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Making Wind Energy More Efficient With Data At Turbit Systems - Episode 142

Data Engineering Podcast

40:48 min | 9 months ago

Making Wind Energy More Efficient With Data At Turbit Systems - Episode 142

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Your host is Tobias macy today, interviewing Michael Take Meyer about turban, a machine learning powered platform for performance monitoring of wind farms so Michael. Can you start by introducing yourself high? Yeah, of course, so yeah. Michael and I'm the founder and CEO of. Systems and we are basically a data analytics platform for wind turbines and We have built some tools to make the maintenance and operation of wind farms, more efficient, and I'm looking forward to a great conversation. And do you remember how you first get involved in the area of data management? Yeah, and of course so my medication is a is a physicists, so I somehow always was dealing with data in the in the university when we met made some experiments, and then also you had to write. Some programs analyze data of cross so. that. That's like one part where I got. Confronted with some data today, also maybe some super complicated data. And, my studies I wrote my bachelor. Seasons about measurements did on UN wind turbines, so you should know winter nights need to be directed into the wind in order to generate power and what was doing in that legislators was. Was making measurements with laser system. It's called lighters, a light detection ranging and with had laser system. You could see the wind. Direction and the wind speed in front of the talent. So that means that the could, or that was at the time. That was somehow the. Division to control the turbine. Before. The wind is actually at the turbine, so it see what's coming in before the turbine and then. Have some control algorithmic that the turn the Tobin in the right direction and the pitch of the rotor blades in the right angles before the Tavon actually before the winters actually Thomas, so but the measurement itself was like of course again with a lot of data on you to match these data, this new lighter system with the data from the turbine link wins twin running what wind speeds were measured with? Lighter system what wind speeds may be measured with some other systems like some animal animators on top of the turbine end. Yeah and so two to make the story maybe to up until I. Get to it. Later on I was still doing some some physics. Also might I I made my my master in laser physics, but this time in shaping temporal in space, cool shaping, and we did this this with splitting a laser beam into its paws to it's different frequencies, and then you could control each frequency the polarization, the amplitude of that frequency, and then you put together then you could have a laser pulse that that's formed in in the time domain so like there's coming lot of energy in the beginning of the laser polls, and maybe later a little bit more and what we were doing there s that we were trying to get electrons out of atoms, and we didn't really know how to push the electron to put it in. Easier words maybe. So the electron is moving into an atom, and and at some point in time, you need to push the attic turnout, so and we didn't really know how to foam that pulse and we did this then with trial and error, basically with genetic algorithm, and that was the first time where I have seen the power of. Yes such algorithms and got super interested in the power of. What you could do with another takes, and let's say the the first. Idea of machine, learning machine learning, but. I agree with that. It comes into searching how computers finding something out that you do know about and then later. Try assist to understand what was going on there. Why did it work? Why did we? Were able to put the electron out of the atom just with this form of pulse and. The ad that was quite interesting, and and then later with with my knowledge about. Energy I was. I was thinking like what to do. what to do in life after studying. And I was looking for something that maybe it's also made maybe stupid, but making the world a little bit better, and I came to renew blassie's I found winton engine, most interesting because parts turning. You have a lot of data you have. It's international you. You can go around the world and and. Everything that you need. For for your brain to to have some interesting things to work on and. So yeah, that's how also I decided to to found to systems. Because actually this kind quite interesting story may be the first time I got on. The turbine was with his lighter measurements and I got quite dizzy like some seasick like turbine tower is like one hundred meters high and. When you're at the top at the Toyota switched off whereas eaten running. There's a lot of movement tower. It's you don't cannot go outside because you are inside the towel, you. You get seasick I was thinking okay. If there's so much vibration due to the wind. Then, of course you need to see some some some wind direction also in the wind movement. And them together with some mates from the university I was. Looking to that problem more deeply, NFL not yet is there is a relation between the wind direction and the type of the movement of the tower. And that also meant that you could maybe. See, the winter action more precisely, and so we did some measurements, and this is how I came. To found toilet actually and then later we became more data, scientists science company. It's definitely very interesting problem domain because you said. Wind Energy is ubiquitous in terms of its availability around the world, because the air is always moving, so it's something that can provide a lot of benefit particularly for countries who are just starting to build out their renewable infrastructure, I know that Germany's been using wind energy fairly heavily for a number of years at this point, so I'm sure that that also helped in terms of access to be able to build your product well being able to sort of remain local and do things within your home country. Yeah, totally lack. Of Denmark. I hope I'm not saying too much wrong here, but Putt from Denmark Germany has been quite early in and wind energy, and of course Germany is a always known as a engineering country, maybe and y'all like within the has been here at my own. I'm born in Raymond and we have a lot of winter nights there and also around for. In one book, the many many turbines and I could see that they exist. Say ended. Germany's a good country to build a new company for wind energy. I think because of all the resources that you have here in the knowledge, and and and the connections that you can potentially get on the other hand also may be Germany's. Very special in the wind energy to Maine because of Patisserie, and that's actually a good thing. When termites are owned Joni by many many people. There's like this this thing. It's which is called a Bukovina Nagy so energy for the for the people saying than small cities they invest with many people in wind turbine, profit from. Financially in this concept, maybe you don't see so much in other countries like the USA or China where whether it's more like big manufacturers own big wind, farms and And so for turbine systems in particular I know that one of the main focuses of the product that you're building out is to help improve the overall operating efficiency of the turbines both individually and in aggregates. I'm wondering if you can just talk more about some of the ways that you're helping to. The output and some of the most problematic factor is that contribute to performance degradation wind turbines ended an both individually and in aggregate. Yeah? So basically a window is like a plane, so it has wings, would which we may be call. day are directed. The must be shaped in a special way, and they must be directed into the winds while the vendors turning in a very special way, we call that pitch, and and then also the turbine rotor plane needs to be directed into the wind. So that actually termites are facing into the wind, which which we call Yaw, and and both these pitch and joining needs to be optimal in order to to get all of the energy out of the wind, and so when I was talking about the lighter system. the goal was to correct the the way. The turbine is into the wind, so the problem is that in big wind farms big? Farms you have other turbines in the wind park that are creating turbulences, and you have maybe sites, the forest at some sort of some of the wind park that is redirecting the window weird weighed. Say and you want to make sure that determined algorithm or the turbine behavior is always in such a way that it gets the maximum possible power output, so it's directed correct into wind, and also the pitch pitch systems, so, but if you have a measurement of the wind on top of the Nacelle that's behind the rotor plane, then you. You always have some Eros, and you want to be able to correct this and ended in addition to that his leg, very simple problem that sometimes technicians to go out and put the measuring the wind direction on top of a cell. They do this with a narrow, sometimes with light more than five to ten degrees, and nobody's detecting that, and then you have a a bad performance of the the turbine. So this is how we started with as I said with the vibration measurements, but then later on going more in the. Data, another takes part. Were you get you get a lot of information from the vinyl? Potentially get it so the talent is logging a lot of data. Speed direction temperature of the outside air. Temperatures of the gearbox temper shaw like a lot of data up to five hundred different values and up to now or maybe the past up to the past two years. Nobody really analyzed the data. These these huge data sets so another thing that we found out this that sometimes the turbine is. Operating in a throttled mode at that nobody knows about so. Sometimes because of regulations because of noise regulations, the Tobin should not produce much power, or is producing less power than actually could end sometimes. These towers go into these noise modes. Without anybody knowing it, and so we figured out. Okay, let's let's do some general anonymisation of the normal behavior of turbine, and let's look if there's something that we can find with. Tobin is not behaving in a normal way, and that's like that's totally a data analytics problem. We don't really maybe have all of the domain knowledge of one particular turbine how it should turn on how to behave, but we can look at the data and see and look for a non APP normalities, and with that example that I was talking about. You can understand like if the tone is producing half the energy that it could. Then, of course this is a huge factor economic sector. If you find these data points in these these that are not producing not energy than than you have value that you can give to your customers, and so you mentioned that at least up until the last couple of years that a lot of this data that was being collected with the systems that are embedded into the turbines, is being ignored or not analyzed any great detail on wondering what the current state of the art is as far as being able to analyze the performance of the turbines and correct for. And do any sort of preventive maintenance to reduce downtime. So up to now their standard, at least in Germany, to have ten minute average values of different measurements at the turbine for instance wind speed. Power output of the turbine, and so that's the standard and basically did. The state has been locked in the past, just because of regulations for instance like if if the Tobin is shut down because of too much energy grid than this in in this case, you have the data to to see and locate. There has been such amount of wind before this event, and you would have generated zone so much energy because of this grid shutdown. That's why basically maybe people were logging data, but now. People also under start understanding that you can, you can do more with data so also more data's locked in newer turbines, and there are more sensors, and the census potentially can not only locked ever values, but also maybe second values or sub second values. So potentially you can get more data than you could get maybe in the past. And yachts like it's a physical system. The turbine is a is a machine and you can. You can grab a topic and then look into detail in look at the into the data and see if you can optimize something there, so yup, so. Just to give that example again to where you can reduce the the power. Whether whether the power of the Tobin is reduced because of some regulations, or because nobody's noticing it. Yeah, maybe I can explain it more how we do it so. We basically try to find data sets that we definitely know about that. The trump is behaving in a good way, so we built out these data sets and. We call them our training data set. And then we train networks on this data set, and we have to think about okay. What physical system makes sense like? What is the input of debt blackbox formula in what's the output and the input for the power output can be of course, the wind speeds, but the energy that's contained in the in the wind is also dependent on density of the air and density is dependent on the temperature for instance, so if you have a value. Time series may be off wind, speed and temperature of the outside air than you can use these two values as an input to generate the power to to simulate the power output. Data said way no K. The tobin is behaving correctly. You can train a neural network on that behavior, and then you can simulate with new data sets how that Toan should have behaved in that scenario and that physical scenario, and then you can make comparisons you can add some more inflammation, status logs and other. European detente service data from the from maintenance companies and makes everything. Everything together and create a value out of that, and then as far as the type of data that you're able to access from the sensors and the control systems in the turbine, and what are some of the challenges that you're dealing with as far as just the data collection, and what is the level of variability between different turbines and different manufacturers, being able to account for? Eighty in the levels of accuracy or the representations of data, as it's coming out of those control systems, yeah. For Good Right, there have been companies on the market that have had specialized executive for that problem because. Every turbine, somehow prototype. Because if maybe you, let's say you buy a turbine from manufacturer a and you put it in your site. Specific site and then you have an additional contracts were data management with another company, and so you can imagine how many potential variations of combinations of manufacturers data data-collecting computers there are on the market, and the means the huge variety of of the data sets, so we also had to learn that in the beginning, and you cannot assume that that if you wanted to type, the data is looking always the same because he knows if it's been generated by the same type of system, so the best way to deal with the promise to to look at each turbine as one system and not make cross correlations too early with with. Let's say if you have one turbine. Type and you want to make cross collisions with many other turbine types. Of the same model. Sorry so the same tobin-type INCR-. Make Cross collisions over that. You you better you. You better set if you have likes each and every time. A specific model end that also means again that you have a lot of. Machine learning models that you have a lot of data that you need to train. There's a lot of skill ability problems. Let's say that you have to look to. And Then, of course, the standard data problems you have data gaps, you have data points that are weird like a outside temperature of one thousand degrees. So you need to handle that or constant. Constant temperature of minus tend. Drinks Hammer. Does. Make sense also. Degree Celsius of course. And you need to clean your data set. I think every scientist knows how problematic can be and I'm young This has really been a challenge. To build some some automated systems that. Clean these very e. These data sets that are. That have a great variety variety, and then in terms of the actual collection of the data. How are you handling getting it from the turbines? And how much of the information are you processing or filtering on the collection point versus how much you're bringing back into your core service layer for being able to do more aggregate analysis across multiple turbines. Yeah I, think in general. You can ask yourself as a daytime. Data Science Company with if you. If you delete data, you delete information, so if you if you say okay. I don't trust the state up on because it has one thousand degrees Celsius outside air temperature and you can ask yourself. why is that so is it because of the because of the real turbine control system, or maybe it's the censoring. Maybe it is calculation era during data collection, and you WanNa know that because maybe that's the problem that the Tobin has. Maybe it's the sensor. Maybe the temperature sensor gives you weird values, and because of that turbine turbines shutting down, so you need to be with data cleaning. You need to be quiet the big point. If you WANNA throw away Dato A. What we basically do, we mark data as as. Not Trustable. Let's say and then we can later reanalyze. How maybe maybe that's because there's a sensor era and so yeah, so we we basically get everything that we that we can get an later. We we flack data to be trustworthy or not, and sort of your question, I think the most preparation of data. Has Been Done on the database that we have. Today's episode of the data engineering. PODCAST is sponsored by data. A Saas based monitoring and analytics platform for cloud scale, infrastructure, applications, logs and more data. Dog uses machine learning based Algorithms to detect errors and anomalies across your entire stack, which reduces the time it takes to detect and address outages and helps promote collaboration between data, engineering operations, and the rest of the company go to data, engineering podcasts dot com slash data dog today to start your free fourteen day trial, and if you start a trial and installed data, dogs agent, they'll send you a free t shirt. And then as far as the overall system architecture of TURBOT, how have you designed the overall pipeline of being able to go from collection of that remote data at each of the individual turbines into your central system for being able to then provide the Dashboard, boarding and analysis for your customers, and just the overall life cycle of data, as it propagates from the control systems in the turbine through the analysis that you're delivering to your customers. specically, we get the data. Different time periods of sometimes in real time sometimes. Every hours sometimes every day depends some on the customer, and whatever the customer has set up in his toe vie. And than the state is, is locked into the database or written into the database, and then we have different jobs running on the database, cleaning the data, lagging data and We have chops that the train the models that than. Than Job Stat that. Generate simulation data than the. Repair, daytime with simulated data with the real measured data. Than we can detect I'm we have jobs? The detect up normalities in the state assets, and then finally one has to ask himself okay. What is really value to the customer? Is it detecting abnormalities, or is it detecting era and does mean detecting Nara like? An in the best case, it is something like a real action point that you can give to your custom offense. Okay, gearbox temperature has been too high for the past two months. So you better send up the suburbs team to check why that is, or maybe you can even tell the customer wide The temperature is so high. End this last part I think is the most. Important part. Because there. You really need to understand the the your customers. To understand. What's the problem that you really hoping and That's. I think also. As data scientists sometimes you need to. Maybe focus more on your customers than than on what you what? You generate AS Roma's hats and. You really need to understand what what I living to your customer. And on that point to how much of a feedback cycle are you able to build with the turbine system as far as being able to determine some of these turbine misalignments, are you able to then feed that back into the turbine itself to be able to automate some of that correction, or does it require generating a notification to your customer who's managing the turbine and the wind farms to then be able to do their own maintenance or operations as far as bringing the turbines into alignment and things like that. Yeah so. If you generate. Some some action points for your customers. They basically get an email or a pop up message on our web tool or The APP And then. They, they can. They can understand okay. I have something to solve here than they can put in their own schedule. And solve the problem and after that they can divide. Give us feedback. So there are some basic questions. How how helpful has this been to you or How relevant has been to use so that in the next iteration we can then. Flack the detected events and understand okay if we show this kind of era, how relevant wasn't to the customer or how? How good where we with prediction so that we can then improve the way how we do stuff or use that? Data to retrain neural networks to some optimizations, and then the other question, too as far as being able to build useful notifications is having the necessary domain knowledge of how the turbines work and the atmospheric conditions that contribute to different performance outcomes and I. Know that you mentioned that you have some background of doing research and working with turbines, but what are some of the other ways that you're incorporating some of that domain knowledge into your product to ensure that you're able to provide the most value to your customers. Yeah I think there's some. Some things that you really need to know. That you have to learn also data scientists. Like. Let's just give an example like if you don't know that the turbine. Has has a limit. Limited power put so if there's a lot of wind turbine will never produce more power than detained three megawatts. And depends on the manufacturer until and type. And if you don't know that, then you might think. Oh, maybe not generating enough power, and the like just an example of some domain knowledge that you need to know in order to to train the networks correctly into to make the right conclusions out of your data and data analytics, and then sometimes, there's also stuff that you. Ah problems that you cannot really know if you don't have twenty years of experience vinyl technician, and in these cases we. We just have a network of companies that we work with. And we can then give them that problem. And then they can analyze it and together with customers. They didn't can make two decisions what to do next with that kind of very special problem, and then as far as the work that you're doing to build out this product. What are you finding to be some of the most challenging aspects of building an analytic solution for the wind energy sector I think handling so much different data sources the. was is the biggest problem. And the second is the quality. Of Your Data and You. Really make really want to make your You want to build a data lake and not. Data some. I know if it's a correct word, but you WANNA have good data pool, and that's really hard with so many different data sources. that. You cannot really trust any, and then maybe another thing is also making things scalable. It's a hard thing. You have different connections to very different to many different turbines and connections breaking down very often and. This is like really a huge problem, and are there any particular technologies that you've been able to lean on to help with some of that scale ability problem in terms of being able to handle the data collection and ensure that you're able to get reliable throughput. Yeah, we, working together with a company, called the sixty four, and they basically managed to us to handle a lot of data and real time under with real time I. Really mean real time like one second to sub second values and they they help us. To solve that skill ability problem if you get more data and even so much data that you gather that you cannot handle with usual databases any longer and what we also wanted to. achieve. We want to give feedback to the turbine in real time and. That could be. Did you have a one time standing in front of the wind park and it's getting a wind gust and. That gust moving through the wind park, and then I tell buying this telling the other turbines K., there's coming a wind gust, and you should better behaved like this or like that and this information is then sent back to toby. the the algorithms are giving the best way how your and pitch the other termites in the park, and all that is happening in real time and that you really need to handle a lot of data very fast, and for cases where you have maybe some sort of weather system coming through an area. Are you then also? To feed that information to other installations of turbines that might be in the path of the weather event, in terms of being able to improve their energy output, or may be throttled them so that it prevents damage if they're. Especially high wind gusts or things like that, and of course like. If. There's a very momentarily wind gusts coming to pack you. You could potentially do that if there's a huge weather system coming that's mainly parts. Of the that's many the job of the grid operators. Or Yeah, many that because they they need to shut down some turbines in advance because they're knowing today, we're gonNA. Produce a lot of energy, and that's too much for the grid. So that's better shutdown. Some some of the turbines and that's actually having quite often in Germany, especially in the north of the seaside. There's some guys that are shot off fifty percent of the time and nobody's using the energy that the tobin could potentially generate during these times. That's another interesting aspect to this system is the energy storage and energy distribution capability, and wondering how that factors into some of the decision making that you provide to the turbine operators as far as ways to ensure that they are. Generating excess energy that's going to just get dumped or generating excess energy that is going to potentially overload, their grids or storage systems and ways. They were able to maybe bring that information into the overall equation or some of the other external data sources. The you're able to rely on to feed into your models. I mean. Yeah, you're right. It's it's quite interesting. There's tons of. Topics and promise that you could potentially solve. This particular problem that you're mentioning right now. We're not solving at the moment. as far as I know, there are other companies around the do that that that have specialized on. Predicting weather in the future and predicting the power output of for the grid operators, and then you can trade a day ahead auctions for xfinity and that's. Totally another problem that you wanNA solve their and for us. It's more the vine, and if you have the tobin running, let it run the best way of can and I'm Yod, I see a lot of potential in analyzing also that kind of data and we also. Getting weather information. Data from from a third party source. But this is more because we want to understand. The operation of the vine, better and make the operation of the tow line, and the service maintenance better of the THA by. And then as far as your overall experience of building out turbot systems, both from the technical and business aspects. What have you found to be some of the most interesting or unexpected? Challenging lessons learned in the process. Yeah, I think. Talking about what I said earlier. The less questions I think it's focused especially when you're starting a company, it's quite hard to as a scientist. So many ideas and you know that so many things are potentially working out, but in order for to bring something to the market. You really to focus, and you really need to understand what problem you're solving, and you need to concentrate on on maybe one problem. I and and do that the best way you can, and then later on, you can add more problems that you solve. Am I think that was the biggest lesson of of the past years. And as you look toward the near to medium, term what you're building out both technically and in the business, what are some of the things that you have planned that you're most excited about or overall trends in the energy sector or technology capabilities that you're looking forward to try and incorporate or take advantage of young? I'm. Very excited about how much other problems there are in this data that you could potentially solve. And the more we are growing and we're able to handle to an end to manage all these different problems at the more I'm looking forward because there's. It's. It's really fun the basically this guy. Is really the real time. Control Algorithms for the Tobin the fascinates me. The most I think that there's a great potential in the real time operation violence. But sometimes it's sometimes it's the the basic things that give the maced the the the most value and It's sometimes technically not so fancy, but. You just solving a basic problem has a great value for your customers and. Sometimes that's that's. The the better things. Well for anybody who wants to get in touch with you are follow along with the work that you're doing. Have you add your preferred contact information to the show notes, and then as a final question, now would just like to get your perspective on what you see is being the biggest gap and the tooling or technology that's available for data management today. I think the biggest gap is really the the handling of how to clean the data, so you have. Great packages like let's tends to flow with which you can train models is Leeann you can. Do almost everything with that, but there's not. I. Don't know if it's possible but There's nothing like it. GENERAL SOLUTION FOR CLEANING DATA SETS I would wish that. There's some sort some sort of solution for that Maybe it doesn't exist because it's too complicated, but. I would be super happy if there's a package that does that for you. Yeah I'm sure that plenty of people would be happy to see that as well. All right well, thank you very much for taking the time today to join me. Discuss the work that you've been doing with turbine systems. It's definitely very interesting. Problem Domain, an interesting technical solution that you're building for it so I appreciate all the time and energy put into that and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day. enjoyed. Listening don't forget to check out her other show podcast dot net python podcast dot COM to learn about the python language. It's community in the innovative ways of as being used. In visit the site at data, engineering PODCAST DOT COM to subscribe to the show, sign up for the mailing list and the show. If you've learned something or tried other project from the show, then tell us about it. Email hosts at St Engineering podcast Dot Com with your story and to help other people find the show. 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What 10 learnings have you had about the 7 Habits since the books release

Amazing FBA

48:47 min | 2 years ago

What 10 learnings have you had about the 7 Habits since the books release

"I hit by introduced to you, Mr Michel visi. Hey, hey, hey, welcome to amazing FBI the place to be for UK based, Amazon, entrepreneurs, I'm your host Michel visi. Welcome to the show. The ten k collective sister podcast is the world's newest economist podcast. Now live on apple podcasts and on Stitcher. It's for six seven and eight figure and ecommerce sellers. It's highly actionable, but it's focused on how to scale your business for sale. All long-term profit, not short term hacks. We have deep talks with real ecommerce sellers and experts in industries, like sourcing team building, and managing cash search you'll podcast app for ten K collective or go to ten K collective dot com for show notes also listen online, that's one zero k for. Kilo. C. O. L. L. E C, T, V, E dot com, ten K collective dot com. Hello and welcome to amazing FBI. This is your host micro visi today. We onto another episode base around Stephen Covey's. The seven habits of highly effective people why we doing yet another episode on this. You may ask do I read no other books? No, I read a lot of business books, and we will be going over those moral in some ways most not Coleman. Kid, too big businesses, or more fast growing businesses in the new tank AAC elective podcast. By the way, if you want to check that out, go to amazing FBI dot com puts ten K, and you'll find links to the technical parkas and you'll be able to sign up to Melissa get Vance. The of the audio uncut order. If you like from us before the general public gets it anyway. So yes, we've got other book valuations coming up, but I think that seven habits is fantastic. But because it summarizes what on one hand should? Would be as Covey himself says common sense, but as they say common sense, isn't common, and also just because something is simple doesn't mean it's not worth rearticulating very very frequently. It's one of the things that emerges from various books, which could be said to be more geared to the sophisticated business settle on the surface like Jim Collins greats could to great, great by choice will then Harnisch is scanning up, which are wonderful books happy meeting. Recently, one thing that emerges from that as the importance in leadership Tim's of having very few simple principles. Which you, then reauthenticate, you know, I-I repeats very, very, very frequently, and too hot, y them into your business. And one of the things that great businesses have is exactly that, for example, Jeff Bezos, one of his jobs that from being incredibly sophisticated doesn't very simple things he keeps rearticulating for the investors for consumers Amazon's consumers, and in. Indeed Amazon's employees. Keep hearing the same message, which is that customers want foster delivery, more product, selection, and lower prices, and they've consistently done things, lots of clever things over the decades, but mostly it's been Gibbs who functioning, one of those functions to fulfilling one of those functions I should say. So this is not just full baby businesses for beginners. This is a mindset that I think, has to apply to the highest level businesses in the world as well. So I make no policies for the seven habits coming back. This is a particularly interesting one. The end of the new edition of the book the latest when the IB meeting, there are some really good questions people put to Covey one of, which is, what ten learnings have you had about the seven habits since the book's release, which I one they're exactly asking sometime in the late two thousand two thousand ten may be an Covey died a few years ago, so probably three decades or more of experience that were. Talking about here for somebody here reflected very deeply about life. So I think incredibly valuable ten lessons on life and business from Stephen. Covey K. The first learning is the importance of understanding the difference between principles and values. We talked about this in one of the other episodes want this shown us for this episode Goto amazing FBI dot com port slash three, three one and you can get all the shots, including we'll tell you how to get the linked episodes of several episodes now about the seven habits. So the imports on Sunday, the difference between principles and values principles Covey on not sure laws that are external to us are not ultimately control. The consequences of our actions values internal and subjective and represent that which we feel strongly about in guiding behavior values governed people's behavior, but principles govern the consequences of those behaviors very instinct statement, you have the valley, for example of. Profit at all costs. And I think revenue at will cost is extremely common in e commerce, generally Amazon, particularly, especially for new biz, and we will been that myself included. But one of the principles of good businesses that needs to be profitable as they say turnover is vanity profited, sanity, cash is king. And if that's a trait little phrase, but I think it is a basic principle. And if you'd know that then you'll value business growth, it'll cost revenue at all cost as gonna stop completing with the reality of having to value profits. Another thing that you might value more than of the things is profits at the expense of customers, getting a good result. You might be prepared is value to full customers, and I do several friends who've very sales or into two of very, very fraudulent or at least say friends of became acquaintances graduates this emerge, but there are either four or just rather. Over-focus on just winning business at the expense, potentially of the customer, adjusting sustainable, because the principle of integrity and links with the building reputation. In other words, you can't really build a reputation but treating people bodily rather, you do it a reputation bitter reputation for building bad relationships. That's one of the examples I mean, so I really think this is true. And there is a big difference team principles and values as an excellent phrase, I'm gonna say it against it. So good values governed people's behavior. But principles govern the consequences of those behaviors I've come to believe said, Covey that humility is the mother of all virtues. Humidity says that we are not in control principles are in control, therefore, we submit all cells principles pride says that we are in control. And since all values governor behavior, we can simply do life, our way we may do so. But the consequences of all behavior. Flav from principals. Not our values therefore, we should value principles. And again, this is such a classic mistake in business, but take Yuli clever people who've done well, which is a great thing to celebrate. But to think that, that will you can control the future, even if he can be believe you can predict accurately, which is very hard to do in real life, because they're so multifactorial things can you predict Brexit's result? For example, could you predict Trump could you predict the trade will would kick by cough? Recently, despite Trump making is that it was all over, those things are very hard to predict. And if we could all do that will be as but that's not how life works multiple has actually done become multiple in mostly by predicting or controlling the wealth. But recognizing what they do control such as the actions the direction of trouble. They take that companies in, but they don't control the marketplace. And I think the difference between what we do control them, what we don't control is an absolute profound thing to be aware of. I'm sometimes people have negative. Rules where they don't control of anything tool, and I think that's not true. Either not said nother defective character a while, this sort of fatalism may be valid, some people, you know, that they believe in identing that's a helpful one for entrepreneurs either. But I think being realistic about the, the principles are, what really govern things cause-effect relationships, then you can start to work within how reality works, not trying to impose your will on it, nor give up. I just think what you're in charge of you should work really hard on what you're not in charge of what you're not in control of you should be humble about, I couldn't agree more with Covey. And I think that ties him with the really super successful people that I know they work very, very hard on what's under their control, and they don't sweat by everything else. Number two, the universal nature of principles. Covey says I have come to see the universe on nature of the principles under good in this material, illustrations, and practices may vary and are culturally specific, but the principles are the same I find the principles contained in the seven habits in all six major religions major will religion says Covey. There is an internal sense of the principle of Justice or win win. There is an internal moral sense of the principle of responsibility of the principle. Purpose integrity respects cooperation communication, renewal. These are universal, but practices on not. They are situation specific each culture, interprets universal principles in unique ways. That's what Covey had to say. Fussing idea, I don't have a broad enough experience compared to Covey's incredibly expensive going around the world. For decades implementing his teaching certainly they're all culturally specific differences between the cultures. I'm familiar with which is guest to degree American online business. British certainly in ways Germans, who are no more from my days in music, and the Chinese who I have a vague knowledge through my interactions with China's supplies, but I certainly very, very different culturally specific ideas that. A ranges from this superficial. For example, we say at trousers in the pants that can lead some entertaining situations. But I think also they're all there is a culture of celebrating winds in American culture, almost of celebrating losses in the UK or trying to keep your head down and not get criticized. And this is one of those things that changes culturally, I think somebody who's not honest, somebody likes integrity, most cultures is not at mired now they're all some profound differences mainland. China has some pretty different cultural norms from most of the west, I'm familiar with the idea of being completely honest in business. Associations may not be such a strong tradition. What I think you can say is that the idea of responsibility of purpose integrity, respect corporation, communication. Those are things that everyone's going to appreciate in, you'll behavior. I've certainly found that everyone appreciates integrity. If you say you're gonna do something, you do it communicates improperly, and teaching with respect and part of respect is recognizing differences, and recognize that people work in different ways. So. So, I think in every business dating you, do you should keep heist on his personal behavior. I just think you can get a better result that way. He's more professional funding. There's nothing more petty seeming than somebody throwing the toys out of the problem. Yes. Very famous business leaders Steve Jobs and job sorry. And even the great just Basil's himself famously through times of the prime Fontana time, but that is actually weakness counterbalanced by huge strength. Plus, they all big, powerful see, as they can kind of do what they want to appoint. That's not trivial me. So I think it never goes out of style to work within a good framework of being responsible. If you say you're gonna do something doing it all being respectful of pricing with people, and equally respecting the people express that in different ways, and I think sometimes the Brits and the Americans can be very, very bad at twenty impose their coach will Neum's on other countries in that same, because I think if you take a bit of time and effort to understand the other side. Then you will get a much better result. And against comes to Covey's principles, which is seek, I understand then be understood, which we will be covering in a separate cost episode. Next one number three, organizational implications. This is fascinating for anyone building a business Covey says, I have come to see the organizational implications of the seven habits. Although in the strict technical sense. An organization does not have habits. It's culture has no more as all social codes, which represent habits. That's fussing statement. Let's look at that ultimately habits are sensitive, personal leadership and the way you personally interact with everyone around you. So 'cause that will set the tone for everyone around you Steve Jobs was a screamer Anderson perfectionist, and I guess that probably set a very perfectionist creative, but very stress Hetty culture around him now. I didn't what apple back in the day, nor do I now. So I don't have the. Inside truck on that I do know that you will generally set the time the organization and what's very interesting is gnomes all mores all social codes represent habits. And that's quite different from you writing, something former like mission statement or an SAP this the famous standard operating procedure that Neil entrepreneurs at least I'm in satis very, very obsessed with a while ago and probably still are. Yes, is good to have standard ways of doing things. But that's not a substitute for habits for example, a habit or a gnome of your culture might be to ignore what's written and just freestyle it, which may be good or bad, depending on the instincts and quality of your people, for example. So that's a cultural, difference and fascinating point. Covey Elsa says an organization also has established systems processes and procedures these represent habits in fats in the last analysis all behavior is personal. So once again, he's emphasizing that really comes onto personal responsibility. But an organization has systems. Ices procedures they come become habits. But again, only the culture of your organization is to follow them. I mean some places how very rigid Slough culture, and that works for them. Some places have raised of free willing culture, and that can work as well. I suspect probably you need a blend between some firm discipline, but not too many rules to follow. I think probably it's important to have discipline. I suspect that that's very strongly. Correlated with good outcomes, sit. He seems to be amongst the people that I know who successful is organizations are. And also it's correlated with as well with Jim Collins is great by choice book, which is for organizations growing in very uncertain times, which I'm definitely going to be doing probably several episodes about at some point on the Tuncay. Let Costco's, it's so incredibly powerful relevant to those in the fos- moving online world number full, the question of which habit. To learn first comes up and Covey says you can teach all seven habits by starting with any habits berry in. Instinct, and he says, you can also teach habit in a way that leads to the teaching of the other six it's like a hologram where the whole is contained in the parts and the part is contained in the whole again, really profound thoughts just to remind is probably profe-. This point of the seven habits are so he splits things up into three basic areas. One is private victory moving from dependence to independence, the next three habits habits four to six are about moving from independence to interdependence in what he calls public victory. And then how seven surrounds everything? So the first habit is be corrective. The second habit is begin with the end in mind. The third habit is put first things first and the full habit is think win win. So those first, we have it's be proactive begin with the mind and put first things first our private victory there about you and personal leadership getting you from dependence to independence, the full is think win win. The fifth is seek. First to understand then to be understood on the sixth signature is, and that leads to what Covey calls a public victory or the journey from independence to inter dependence in other words into personal relationships and the seventh habits surrounds all of those, which is shopping the soul, which is basically about keeping yourself in shape, physically emotionally, mentally. And of course, practicing the habits daily and weekly and developing and deepening. Your practice of those or indeed, any of the good ways of thinking all being by the way, we have done episodes on the first four habits and to get all the details on this get because the show notes amazing FBI dot com was last three three one. So that is a summary of what Covey's referring to here. So which today I you can start with any of them. For example, you could start with thinking win win when you go into negotiation with supply at Hudson has a very interesting take on this. Normally everyone wants to say everyone in the. Bias for us in salads. But we're biased from this applies in China, a wife at wherever that is conventionally, we would expect to go in and knock down the price that this, blah office now at Hudson has an instinct, wave a on its head, and they give him a cost for put it and then Adam has said look, if I give you twenty percent more than the new offered me. What can you do to make this the best product, you can produce and Nomi to say that twice or three times? Because this applies missing they misunderstood because everyone negoti down maybe twenty percent maybe fifty percent. But what an instinct way to approach things and Adam Hudson, and done a good job him his students when, if you might what with very intensively recently in Las by the Las year on and off as consulting client, they do pretty well, because they have a very quality I approach, which I think is more important than ever when it comes to Amazon and competing. So must bravery smart. And that's an example of thinking win win. Another thing you might start with as putting I. Things I in your daily actions, you'll weekly timetable, you'll colty plan fuel business goals. And of course, in order to put first things first aid to start to work on most important things before you on the less important things in the into define, what is most important? And by doing that, of course, you all beginning with the end mind happy to. And of course, the fact that you are doing it at all means you're being proactive. I have at what. Right. So very interesting. I mean you can you can play with all of this stuff, but very instinct, point, and very heartening as well. So said to being perfectionist about it's question of like the newest thing and starts, which is always good advice when you starting something good. And with, with while talking of that the fifth inside that Covey has remember that we're a he's responding to the question. What ten learnings we had about the seven habits since the book's release while the fifth learning he said was start with the outside challenge. Then take the insight outs approach, very, very instinct his what Covey has to. Say it even though the seven habits represents an inside out approach says Kevi it works, my successfully, when you start with the outside challenge, and then take the inside outs approach. In other words, if for example, you'll having a relationship challenge say a breakdown of communication, and trust this will define the nature of the needed inside out approach in winning the kind of private victory that enables the public victory to meet that challenge. This is the reason I often teach habits full five and six before I teach one two and three. That's really fascinating that the man who wrote the book in this order for that reason found that in practice. You often had to teach the more external habits. I and that's really very interesting. Now that sort of ties in with my experience, which is really when people want will they think they need the external things for example, in FBI? They think they need to know what product to sell on. I would say that's very instincts, reverse engineer from the never realized they need to. Think about what would niche they would would be selling into, which may or may not relate to the product name. For example, if you're selling buck scratch to deal with an cheap back people might put the woods itchy back in, or they might put back scratcher. But the point is that, that's the way that people express themselves, you need to understand that then behind that as a person, so you need to understand the person, and the pain, they have. So I actually think you need to on the person that you're trying to save. I who are they what's pain, then you need to understand the competition within the sort of search term will niche of search terms or keywords. What if you wanna call them and only then you want to start thinking about physical product as a solution to that eve, indeed is a good idea to go into it. So that's an example of where I think you actually need to start with something different from where most people want to start. So sometimes you need to start on the outside and work, your way back in very, very interesting. You having a relationship challenge quite often is because you're, you're. To insecure in your view to accept that they might be different view in Las run. I say this myself as well if I get into an argument, about politics ways of doing business or whatever else, it may be it's often because I really should be working on being more secure my own views in the, the I then tolerate that has different ways of saying things, and that's not a problem. But very, very instinct, that Covey himself should come up with that idea. Learning six is into dependence is much hotter than independence into dependent says Covey is ten times more difficult than independence. It demands so much more mental and emotional independence to think win win when the other person is into win lose to seek to unsound first when everything inside Ukraine that understanding and to sit about a third alternative when compromise is so much easier. In other words is Covey to work successfully with others in creative. Cooperative ways who requires an enormous amount of independence internal security, and self mastery. Very, very interesting. I think that's true. I think the mole internal security people have and self Mostra the easier, they are going to be to work with, and they user. They're gonna find success with others. I mean, it's normally the skills person that starts running away to around and to my shame my mitt, the has been Mia time. Sometimes I've done that Vena bits of harsh in even running my beloved. Months, you who I really like. And I'm sad about sometimes I get too stressed about time management something, and forget value. The relationship. Sometimes I've done that was a conductor in the past as well. So maybe I'll have a tendency to to, you know, fly a handle bit when I think being feel things are getting out of control, and that's an internal feeling really that things need to stay in control. And that can be very true and people's relationships with supplies in, in businesses. I've certainly had many crosswords supplies over the years, and it's undesirable, you get frustrated if Chinese producers goods that you think are simply below an accent quality level. Then there's a big cultural difference in what I think is quality more. They think is quality so that's just a bridge that I have to get to span, and that's up to me to spend it. And it's true that you all Uttley dependent on good supplier. I mean on the other hand, you don't just depend on one supply. You can't change supplies. But for sure this is not a business model. Labeling on business model, which enables anyone to act in total. Isolation is just not possible and to be honest, most business doesn't really lend itself to the anyway, but it's possibly private labeling and instinct, addition to what Covey says, is this otherwise he says, what we call into dependency is really counted dependency, what people do the opposite to assert that independence or codependency, where they literally need the other person's weaknesses to fulfill the need unto justify their, an weakness, and it's very nice in a way in all business motor with private labeling or even custody factoring to turn round and just bitch and moan out supplies and have a scapegoat for the fact that we probably didn't do all g diligence properly in the first by sued. So why are you working with the wrong supplier in the first place? That's your decision, not as why are why did you prove production process? That is inadequate. Why did you not do some quality control specifications before you made your purchase order? Why did you not do some? Quality control at the other end before shipping. Those are the things that we should be doing taking responsibility for, for ourselves asset is before we stop blaming the people. And yet blaming the people can feel very morally justified in everyone indulges it, including the biggest CEO's in the world on quite sure. But guess what? It's never the strong option and it's never the proactive option. Because what it saying is you'll putting the responsibility and the power outside of yourself on somebody else in the truth is that's never gonna go in the direction. You want you always go to focus on way you have influence. And if you feel your supply isn't working the way you should then I would suggest as t- things number one, you work in a different way with them and you work to communicate better and get more control over what you do control. I e don't pay them before you've checked, the quality, for example, or don't pay them all of their money. And the other thing is you can walk away and get another supply. So those are the two basic things that we have under our control and a really think it's critical to focus on that and a great sign of becoming codependent. When you saw bitching about how crappy treatment is by Amazon or how badly your supply has done with your puts. I mean both of them could be a hundred percent. True, but by focusing on that you'll focusing on things out of your control. Instead of just going well, I have to accept that, however, bitter that pills, swallow and focus of what is under my control, light rising plan of action for Amazon. If they suspend your account like improving the metrics on your listings if they've suspended listing like contacts in them a hundred times the he give you competent customer service. The fist nights nine times and with supplies, we talked about what you can do lots of things, you can do so very, very insulting under absolutely agree with everything can be saying here about into dependence, very much an independence but very, very much work working for as well. What ten linens of you had about the seven habits since the book's release? There was the question puts Covey in the seventh one is pretty simple summary of the first and next three verse. Three and the next three habits he could pretty well, summarized says cubby the first three habits with the expression make and keep a promise and you can pretty much summarize the next rabbits for the expression involve others in the program in the problem. Sorry and work out the solution together just to remind then once again, the first three habits I one be proactive. Secondly begin with the mind Thirdly put first things first make a promise keeper promise. I guess, particularly in marketing and in fact, in your whole business in any kind of business, particularly, I think I'm Azeem whether the expectations are being created very, very high possibly ossified, high by the environment that MRs created of a wonderful experience, you'll job is really to make it pretty strong promise, which is part of your differentiation from the competition. Otherwise, you cannot stand. Out, but it will say to makes you deliver on it, which is really hard to do which comes down to good marketing, you which promise you make to which people and great production. I e you select your supplies and you have a production process in design. If you're doing a unique design product, custom designed such that to you can fulfill a promise and that's pretty much marketing in a nutshell is funding. What people want promising what they really want. And then making sure you deliver on your promise, so that's a very, very very relevant thought for us any combs, and then next rehab, it's all think when win seek first to understand then be stood and synergies have his full through six and you can summarize those as involve others in the program in the problem involve others in the problem and work out the solution together. In other words, win win, for example, we talked about that example of, of Adam Hudson, and his approach to Chinese supplies. And you could think lots of other win wins. I mean, broadly speaking. View sell lots of units, and you'll ordering of units supply, you win and the supply winds if you're sending good quality products out of valley price, but it's what else is available, then the customer wins, as well as win win win if you wanna put it that way. Plus the freight company wins because they get more business from your everybody wins, basically, even the US government gets more import tariffs. You may not wish that winds happened, but it will happen. Yeah. I think working together is critical together, not a dumping the problem on his blind saying it's your problem sorted out new just trying to solve all on your own, but collaborating with other people again, even doubt, especially in the early stages. But not only if the is, I think once again, 'isolation is a dream killer keeps, and that quite Carmen, but he said it, but it's critical that you involve others in whip count solution of you are stuck at the beginning of your journey, and you don't know where to go. Then get some help with others do not expect a coach or a program or community to solve all your problems, full you. That's. Not my job. It's not their job. And I will never be able to do that. I'm not trying to be very, very clear with any coaching clients. Take on the old person that I do she rejects simply because I get very strong impression not just sort of a slight impression, but that they really believe that it's my responsibility to make that business work. And I don't think I can do that in these possible, also that's not the right mentality is co dependent and what we need to be as interdependent I e e everybody works together towards a common goal. But everyone takes responsibility for their area and that's how I worked. So if you're struggling go find somebody to not barely out rescue you can do that full you. But to help you get what you want to work with, you know, instead, not fully. But with you to help you achieve what you want anew much more likely to succeed in my experience. The eighth learning that Covey had from the, the seven habits in self is the powerful new code or language of the seven habits seven habits says Covey represented new language, even there are fewer than a dozen unique words or phrases, this new language becomes a code shorthand way of saying, a great deal when you say to another was on a deposit or withdrawal is at reactive will proactive is synergistic, or compromise is at win win win lose or lose win is up. Putting first things first or second things. I is that beginning with means in mind, the means in mind or the end in mind, then you'll communicating in a very powerful way reminding each other of the sorts of principles that you should be working on and win win win lose or lose win. Those are very important ways of evaluating any deal. You've just done with the supply with a photographer with a customer, anything you like I mean you read into value weights. Everything you do. Within this language and the language or the codes of it is, is a pretty simple way of checking in with each other, especially in team. So that's very, very true. I think I don't tend to use this language with people because I don't necessarily have yet teams of people who I forced to read the seven habits. But thinking of it, if I start on building, NewsTalk, which plans to do pretty soon for the puck cost, then I'm probably going to be thinking about required reading on somewhere along the line. It's thick book but I think if I'm going to take anyone on even part time more permanent basis, I will probably pay for them to have some time to read the seven habits of highly people because I think it is the powerful in which case then we can start using that code cubby puts it. The next learning number nine is a very sing one integrity, a high value on loyalty. This is Covey again. Integrity, says Covey is a high of value on loyalty, all, but it puts integrity is the highest form of loyalty integrity means being integrated Senate on principals, not. When people organizations or even family, you'll find that the root of most issues that people are dealing with is, is it popular acceptable olitical, or is it right? Very creaky question that when we prioritize being loyal to a personal regroup over doing what we feel to be right. We lose integrity says Covey we made temporarily gain popularity build loyalty, butts downstream, this loss of integrity will undermined even those relationships in a sense, the first three habits represent integrity and the next three loyalty, but they all totally into woven over time integrity, produces loyalty loss comment from Covey's, it's better to be trusted unto be liked very, very, very full provoking. I mean, this is a difficult one in business. But I think there's a lot to be said for this. I'm, I'm sure that there are nuances to be hit, but broadly speaking, if you're trying to say loyal to somebody, it probably is driven by wanted to be popular with them. And the trouble is if. What they're asking you to do is out of integrity. It's not going to go in a great direction, and there may be a case for just moving away from relationships with people who repeatedly requests that you dommage integrity. Everyone else has a everyone has a personal definition of integrity. I'm not here to preach. What should be? But I think we will have a reasonable sense of moral compass, and know what we think, is wrong, we made choose again, values with principles, the first learning that Covey talks about, but we may choose to ignore principles moral ideas that we have with us all the different we may choose to go roughshod over them. But ultimately, I think most people have pretty clear sense of that. So I guess what it comes down to his, not letting the need to be liked to be honest, overcome all sense of. Right. And wrong on that make sense to me. I just don't think is can be sustainable. If you're doing something ends up illegal or immoral is going to damage your reputation long-term you probably need to get out of that situation. Oil change it and. It could be that some difficult conversations are ahead with business partner that family member that person. And that's one of those things that we have to have the courage to do again into dependence pretty challenging times. It's not all about just finding hominy. It's about balancing outs. What you think his important with the needs of the other person, and come to some kind of new synergy, and that's sometimes gonna take a lot of time and effort and work, and I guess you decide decide, whether it's worth it or not. But set the courageous path is to try treat you values nothing. I've got to say that's going to be the right thing to do. So learning them attend from Covey, is that living. The seven habits is a constant struggle, which is kind of reassuring to hear from the creator of the seven themselves living. The seven habits says Covey is a constant struggle for everyone everyone full from time to time when each of the seven, and sometimes all seven habits similar Tena. They really are simple to understand, but difficult to consistently practice, they'll common sense. But what is common sense is not always common practice? An airplane is off track much of the time. But keeps coming back to the flight plan. If venture it arrives at its destination, this is true with all of us is individuals families organizations. The key is an end in mind shed commitment to constant feedback, and constant course correction, very instinct and humble again somebody you've humidity. That's good to hear the truth. And I think that makes sense that, that getting off track is called being human and getting back on track requires a commitments. I we have a goal. All other was there's no definition of what is on or off track anyway, and law, I don't have as goes as we could or should have I'm really getting through prices now read each on the dick deep into the purpose in an aim of amazing of as a business as a whole over the next three to five years. And I think he's very important to do that particular evidence stablest business. If you're just starting out is good notes be pretentious about that. But you should have any way you wanna go with your business over the next year. At least, and the other thing is to have a win a commitment to correcting cools frequently and using feedback and that's very, very important. If you gotta have a goal, but if you don't have any feedback on, whether you'll there, or even you'll you have it, but you're not willing to engage with the all share with each other and have difficult conversations at times, whether it'd be with a business partner, your wife or husband if you're trying to start business, and then necessarily supportive, or they may be make less supportive as it takes longer to get profit. Then you he would like or even to get revenue that requires commitment, and courage, and again you call really. Go very far without those cheese. Can we have a couple of other things to say about developing desirable habits or characteristics? Covey says there was some other desirable, characteristic you would like to make into habit. You would simply put that on a habit to as when the body's trying to live by hobby to destroy mind. You is begin with the end in mind. In other words, punctuality, for example, is desirable, trait e want to make a habit that will be one of the values of habit to. So my no matter what else you come up with. E would put it under habit to your value system. Have it one is the idea that you can have a value system that you can choose your value system, how to is, what is choices over these are, and have three is to live by them. So they're very basic generic and interconnected again. It comes down to the same thing seem from multiple size and repeated a lot of different ways. But it's very helpful they stuff. Honestly, I think this is one of the most profound applicable bits of general business wisdom of come across. I think really statistic. Time. So have a value system. Choose your values Kathleen, and then try and live by them. You can't really full. But again, it's easy to say this stuff. I think the real office to consistently interrogate yourself. You'll business your organization to see if you actually living by this stuff, or whether you're just giving lip service, so some very thought provoking stuff from Covey about his own seven habits. I hope that was useful. I find this stuff very, very thought provoking. I don't think it provides instant technical wins is not gonna make you rich overnight. But I think it does lay a rock, rock, solid foundation on, which you can build some great business habits and practices, which will make you originate certainly not gonna get rich by ignoring these principles movie star acting in a reactive way, depending on Amazon to get you success. Or depending on your supply to be perfect without you doing about it, for example, lies breaking how it one in being reactive, not proactive will being codependence raw than independence over the the first three habits. You'll you need to do is apply this detective if I did the opposite. Would I succeed, and it's very quick to see that you wouldn't, and therefore, the, these habits are in fact, valid and I. Hesitate to, to spend a lot of time on the wrong kinds of quick, fix mindset book says no substantive action. But I really think right action follows right thought as the Buddhist say, and are not talking about moralistic Leo. Religiously I'm not qualified soak about that. But in business, I think that's really true. And I think it can be that we get caught up in superficial fool and threshing round action. But I think deep thoughts, followed by serious action and reflection on that is really the way to go. The it's very, very incentive me, just how powerful the discipline of monthly meetings, most months. I mean, I've when Meeks everyone, but the the tank collected particularly has been meeting pretty regularly enough about eighteen months do think there's a correlation between people being willing to take that time to really, really thinks to clean, a deep level. It's hard work is intensive work a chance. I mean there is chats over lunch, but its intense pops thinking is hard work. The most people make it out to be, but. On the other hand when they go back so businesses and implement that stuff for fully really debated really committed to new deeply heads ideas can actually become something that comes concrete and makes real money. So who knew that, that is actually very powerful. So I'm not suggesting is substitute for action. I'm suggesting is necessary in D, powerful predator action should you choose to accept to that mission? Thanks for listening. Hey, that this is Michael at saying, thank you for listening to the amazing FDA episode. You just listen to just want to mention that mentioned the top of the show our system passed the ten K collective ecommerce podcast, which is four six seven and eight figure sellers on Amazon. Specifically that see we get to show that people doing big numbers will still have a lot of things to learn from it. 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The Hotter Fryer (CHP47)

The Dental Hacks Podcast

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The Hotter Fryer (CHP47)

"Welcome to clinical hats. Where real working. Dentists Talk Real Dentistry. Sit Back Relax. Tighten your tough. Meiring prepares to be clinically hacked clinical hack Swiss listeners. Welcome back to another episode of the clinical hacks and the gang is all here first of all from North Carolina. Mack Jones. What it's Mac. Who WAS UPSET COULD BE BACK? Mac. What's your way in on the last dance. I know you're a big Carolina Guy Jordan Fan way on the last dance for me so I am a big Carolina. Guy I am not actually a huge Jordan Fan. Oh thickens epic player great competitor? I'm a big fan of people who are great fathers and great family men in great people and I don't know necessarily that's how you would describe him I think when you're that competitive you have to be a little bit on the cell facade and we're seeing Abyan in the last dance But it's been entertaining. It seems to kind of be about everything. But the ninety seven ninety eight season which is so quirky. Got a good friend who had a great analogy that I think they. They basically didn't realize how hard is going to beat it hours of footage for this and they really want to try and get outside. It's good and we're watching it recording it and watching it and it's it's great but it's it's a lot of stuff we've seen over the years. I haven't seen a lot of really your shopping stuff. But GOTCHA AND THE NO LAB. That we don't have sports at his killer port and speaking of the last dance latest episode. I don't know if you're Watching it or not Kevin but They of course got to show the shot and breathing down your beloved Cleveland Cavaliers. So Punch again to watch that. So you know that shot over Craig. Hilo is so famous and You Know Million Times. It doesn't it doesn't bother me anymore. But Oh my God he just. He just killed us. Every time the Bulls were always obstacle for that That cavaliers team to to get past this possible so So tonight we are talking about getting back into your office getting rebooted and what the. What the Clinical Hacker GonNa do both maybe business and maybe it may be clinically as well here so First of all Is there a reboot? Date Kevin over there in Cleveland for you. May I were up and running baby purse so by the time this will come out. You'll Varda been going for a few days. And is there anything in North Carolina yet? Macrey You Still Waiting Cylinders Still Hal. we're still under shelter in place orders until May the Eighth K. The State Dental Board released very vague statement. Today alum basically saying we never told you that you could work okay but you have to some crazy stuff. Basically hold the standard of Care Right now. We're not exactly we'll tell you what that is but some link you can and that my gin that's about all we have at this point so we are hopeful in the next couple weeks. We're going to be back at it. You'll have anything. Definitive yet are in a Kansas City. Here in Jackson Jackson County Kansas City Missouri. They've pretty well told us. After may fifteen which is a Friday so I think barring anything weird we're planning on May eighteenth is a is a full ramp up and I've still been seeing emergencies just a couple days a week. Not Very many patients to be honest with you. So all right so Kevin I. I think it's fair to say that you're the most business savvy of the of the three of us. Think you've taken the most business courses plus you've got the most experience so is let's here. Let's let's hear the Kevin Fryer playbook on rebooting rebuilding the dental office. So I think everyone should just rush back into their office. Just treat. Everyone like normal just businesses usual. Just hit the ground remote okay. I realize the problem here Kevin I hate to tell you this. You're not responsible for the majority. Your success We it's clear we need someone else to come in and a Is Your Wife Home Can. Can she come to come to the phone? Can we must you see? Are you there guys? I'm here coming over for not. Just sit in my corner so we definitely have a plan. Don't listen to Kevin at all. We've definitely have a plan for what we're GONNA do in terms of keeping our patients a safe as possible and keeping our team safest possible that's been our priority from day. One you know Kevin. I has spent hours and hours trying to figure out how to resume safely when when we're ready so there's definitely a plan right now. It's a three page plan that we're going to present to our team tomorrow others only. I guess we. This is a shorter form. Podcasts don't know if I have the full three pages you know. Let's meetings mild about that. Yeah Okay so. Let's let's breakdown. Let's try to cliff notes this out as much as we can here. Like what's like one or one or two safety things you want to mention. Then let's get more. Into like the business reboot part of things here. Yeah so basically. Basically I think it's really important for Americans to know that we are on everyone's side and that we'd have been following Nodia. We've been following. Cdc Our governor and everything that we're going to implement or that we have already been implementing is all you know really following those guidelines. So I think for us just letting our team in our patients now that they are a priority in that we are. You know we're going to follow those guidelines has been some peace of mind. I know within the dental community. There have been people who have not liked the. They think they're dentist. Is going to handle things or same thing with team members and I just want everyone to know that we are. We have got everyone's we've got every once back so no we're going to start off with some You know when it comes to and arrives at the office there is already a sign made where they're going to text best once they get there. We'll have someone at the door ready to greet them. I'm to take their temperature. Asks The Standard Cova questions track all of that and then bring them right back into the treatment room We're not allowing extra guests. Obviously in the waiting room and the floor is marked by the front office to establish a six feet from the front office if they do have to stop and talk to someone You know like I'm away out on our plan. Ideally is to bring people right in and be ready to go for We're GONNA Limit Kevin Schedule Looking and giant puzzle. We're going to him. One person at a time I think are well. I don't think I know what our plan is really to do. One patient with one clinician. So worn patient hygienists. Sometimes we can stagger and bouncing all over the place. We're going to try to limit back by minimizing the patients in the office So that will help patients lot in us. Obviously to we've been ordering for over a month Finally we got some of the last things that we were waiting for just like two days ago or yesterday or something so we have additional P P we have a really great team that we've been very transparent with since day one about what our intentions are and again that we want to keep them safe and our patients safe and you know we'll we'll see what happens bell that also about. How are you communicating the message of the you know the optics of safety through your webpage? Social media all those things or is it more like when they walk in the office. They're going to Kinda see it. Notice it or all those. Yeah so all of the above on we whenever we introduce a new service to the office or even like when we moved our practice. I'd like to communicate a message almost like as a marketing campaign. So that's why I've already sort of said three times. Our priorities keeping our team in our patients safe. I want that message to be the message. That people receive from us So we have you know. Soon as we got word yesterday We generated our email and social media posts. That we were. You know what we sent out first thing this morning to our patients and basically it was it was Outline everything that we're going to do but basically just said that. Hey you know we're we're GONNA do all the right things we've been following this very closely everything that we already have in place falls in line with what they want us to do. You're going to be safe you know. We'll we'll see you on the first kind of thing and you know. We generated this email. Sent it off this morning and nearly immediately patients started replying back. I'M GONNA cry like is supposed to be people started replying back and like 'cause I put a leak in the bottom like if you've been putting off treatment you know Click here to send a message to the office. And let's get you scheduled in those messages. Started coming through people. Were there like chomping at the bit to get in and so it was that was reassuring to us and it was very exciting to see that on the patients and also as someone who's been answering the phone there for six weeks. I can tell you that people are like dying to get in. There's been so sweet so appreciative of us in my twenty three years dentistry. I've never been treated so kindly all day long by every single person whether it's been an emergency who's come in or someone over the phone. So people understand. They are being cautious. So they're not coming in if they're sick may have been kind us and you know they're the message that were were back has been received really really well and we can just we can anticipate any potential issue never best. We can stuff's GONNA come up that we're not ready for and we're just GonNa do our best to try to stay ahead of it in and to work within the guidelines and try to you know Rebel from a strictly business type. Perspective are I know that You guys with working with the three dentists and following a lot of To runes things are are due to some of the payment plan stuff in house are. Is that going to be a bigger aspect of what you do moving forward with the anticipation that people might be short of funds. Or do you have any like you know. Is there a financial playbook you guys were following so we don't Exactly do in house per se. We do it when we do care credit of do sorry. You'll explain it second so we do care. Cut It obviously and then we do dental bank. Which isn't a it's not like. We are processing payments is the third party payment processors. We set up your account Dental Bank Ortho Bank. They're also called day deduct the payment and then they just send it to us once we set up their account. I'm not running charges through you know every month at our terminal. I'm not having to keep track of that in that way on but what I think the bigger thing is going to be in. We're already ten years established with with the quality dental plan with offering that as as a in house dental plan. That was huge for us after the economy tanks eleven years ago or so that would vital to our survival back then and I think the same thing's going to happen now I think a lot of people have lost their jobs and benefits and we are working really hard the last couple of days to verify benefits for people but I even. I know that even with us doing that. There's going to be a bunch of people who were going to find out that they really didn't have benefits or whatever the case is offering in house plan is like if you if people don't do it like they need to do it like yesterday because that for us especially when the recession happened that became like almost a like an additional service that we offer our patients like we became known as the office offered this. Donald Plan like and so people would literally like walk in off the streets and be like. Hey My friend told me guys offer plan. I don't have insurance so anyway that I think that's going to be an issue for people who don't offer those plans. I think they need to look into something. So I mean Missy one of the things you're kind of known for is Team Integration and getting your employees to do more than you know sucks spit and do clinical stuff. What are some of the new roles for some of your assistance hygienist front desk going to be in this kind of new normal that we're going to have for a little while so this is This is some of the things that I need to talk with him about tomorrow. We're definitely going to have to have someone solely dedicated to getting people in the office and getting them seated and then Getting them checked out potentially avoiding the front office and night with a with a little bit less volume. I think I can spare someone to really be like the monitor of the you know. The patient arrives and we get a text message. They can be the door so. I think that's GonNa that's GonNa change a little bit. We have a really great team as far as helping each other like turnover rooms and bring people back and kind of get started for people but I think part of that's going to have to change in part of it will stay the same so like I want to keep nations with the clinician As much as possible like I don't want someone to and maybe this is just me over thinking it but I don't necessarily want one person to bring them back one person to do medical history one person to take x rays one person to actually do the profile appointment. I want to try to limit that you know those Interactions as much as possible. That's going to require some rethinking because that's not how are you doing it So I think that will change a little bit and You know I think I think some of this network. That's going to kind of figure out as we things happen. I know for Meryl's GonNa Kinda Stuck in the office for for a big chunk of the morning at least and I'm doing paperwork and business staff and I think I'm Gonna I mean I'm chuckling. I'm on the floor a lot seeing helping with patients running back and forth but I think my plan right off the bat is I'm not even GonNa stop in my office. I just want to be there to help direct trafficking and key people. I think we're going to have to be more aware of getting patients in and out quicker. You know sure. Yeah that goes well. Let's let's shift Gears Mack Jones. I mean you look like you're chomping at the bit talk about Your Game Plan Mac is there. Is there anything concrete over Mack Jones? Dds Yet or is it everything still in process. Or basically you're going. GonNa do just this up planner my lack there. Your things are still kind of up in the air We had some directors come from the state or today which are very vague. One of the things mentioned was emerging. How many patients are in the author? Tom Which Missy Kinda all which. Connolly's up in the air whether we're going to start running hygiene I get back because then if we're doing to hygiene car going to Doctor Column. That's three potential patients in there at the same time. So it's a lot up in the air and we're kind of waiting to get some news Hopefully a little bit of an update next week from our governor to count a new maybe a date we can look at reopening at least full speed so but I'm just ready to go back and I'm kind of debate in a couple of weeks going back and just of being there kind of how we started in there to Kinda cleanups emergencies kill it so so I'm GonNa ask the prognosticate a bit. You know a will hold you to none of these prognostications but how long do you think we're going to be doing this stuff before were Kinda back to? I'M NOT GONNA say businesses usual but like to where if you looked at a standard day be like I. I can't tell the difference between this day and a day from February I. How how long do you see this going for? What do you think Kevin what he got? So I do think it'll be a few months before that happens Maybe that's optimistic. But I think that all this time that we've had six weeks all the negative. Nellie as and all the people saying you know just trying to forecast the future of our profession that it's GonNa go down the tubes and just a lot of negativity. I don't see that that's a reality at all. And it's not what I'm seeing from our patients this day in particular as missy alluded to the emails that we got back were very Heart As far as moving into the future I think people WANNA get out of their house to do something and so at least initially. We're going to be a beneficiary of that but I do think after a couple of months will be business as usual. The thing that I think will really tip things in our favor is if so right now. Restaurants aren't open in Ohio. Once that starts to happen and then I did right before we went on. I was reading about the major league baseball in their their plans. And I've said this to a couple of patients you know that we saw as emergencies. You feel safer here are would you feel about going to Indonesia? Need Indians game right now. Yeah and when you think of all the people there in all surfaces you touch and that seems like a you know a viral nightmare but if we can if we can manage that as a country go to a baseball game than I think. We're we're business as usual and I did see that a major league baseball was forecasting for like fourth of July. Or something like that opening up and I know they have a bunch of different plans and I was really just skimming things but I think that those sorts of things where we're gathering is a big groups will will change the game for all of us point. Bribes are jumped on tonight. I saw an update from a friend or facebook Who coincidentally her brother's a dentist. What about the concept of Haddan ick adaptation and she'd find that as the tendency of MR quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness despite major recent positive or negative events. Why And I think Kevin hit like once we start getting that little taste of normal life again so we all want that so bad. It's GonNa start happening really quickly. I like we've made jokes like we had another dentist reach out to us That was referred to us by Aaron. Elliott she was interested interested into some sleep stops and she she said well you know maybe we can grab some coffee. Oh we can't do that. You know just like normal things. Like Hey. Let's go get lunch. You can't do that so once. We start being able to do those sorts of things. I think we'll feel a lot more relaxed about things about you missy. What what's your prognostication. What do you how long how long it before? You're waiting. Rooms full as opposed to people texting in their here. Well you know with the way people have been responding on the phone when all of this first happened. We were rescheduling patients. One Week at a time just shows there's a lot of people and kind of just trying to keep our control and all those washes out nearly all of those people. A huge percentage of them wanted to reschedule. They wanted to wanted to come back. They saw. Even they're cleaning as an essential service. Even though you know we had to tell him that we had to reschedule it. I think people while not everyone but I think that a lot of people realize that health care in particular had to I make sense right. I think I mean no offence to anyone but I think we should open before a bowling alley or something right. I mean people need to get their health care they have to be. I was actually just got an email about before. We'll right before we went on for my doctor appointment on. May sixth than I was freaking out. I've been trying to get in there for a year that it was going to be cancelled. And it's it's actually you know on. Now thank God because of the governor's words but so I'm happy that healthcare things have open a night from my experience. People really do want it. I think that I kind of agree with Kevin. I think just a couple of months especially when we get in Cleveland when we get a little bit more son around here and people start to feel a little bit better just because you can go out and you can feel the on your shoulders a little bit. I think I think around here. You know probably I would have to agree probably around July or so. Maybe even a little bit sooner where people will once and also. I think that once they do open the restaurants and the hair salons and look by the way but once you open those up I think people will feel better for sure. So hopefully that's with X. Couple I think See You mentioned baseball. I think that was it was pretty spot on. I feel like If people were willing to go to a baseball game but I trust me I would not want to be the MLB. Because I think they've got a tough sell absolutely you know for the foreseeable future But I feel like when football comes round if football's at attended thing and people go to those games. If they're willing to do that he no then then I don't think we have to you know. Have Six foot rules that our practice in that people text in from the car? I I think kind of like I think I heard saw some kind of a new sort of talking about quaranteed fatigue and how people were were sick of it. People will get sick of all these extra things. I think. Just one by one. Those some of those rules will will will fall away. Some things will maintain but I kinda think by late summer early fall you will be able to tell the difference between our regular day in our day at the beginning of the year. That's right this is purvie Mitch. James Earl Jones. A speech from field of dreams about baseball pulled it up on. Do My Best Erica. Like an rb of steam rollers race. Black or rebuild and raced again but baseball has marked the time this field this game. It's a part of our past ray. It reminds us all that was once. Good in could be yet. Oh people will come ray. That's the that's good. You got the deep voice. Sleep it off to pull it off. People will come tiger it if I judged by emergency. Patients are a little bit more in need than than the average person. So they're not gonna you know but I mean of all the emergencies I've seen. No one's like grilled me on P. P. Protocols or they I honestly think that we put more weight on that we do. Patient does like the patient. They feel like we're already wiping down all the stuff. We've got disinfectant sitting everywhere. We got the bags sterilize instruments. We got the gas masks gloves. I feel like they think we're already doing it. So I'm having to make light of the. That's what situation at all. I just feel like in terms of how patients responded. That's my gut feeling. And that's what I was going to add. Also we've been seeing is any indication of how people are going to act than the whoop you will be able to do all this a lot sooner. We've had people who I mean. Every single person who called an emergency. I gave them the option. I said you know if it's if it's if you're if you have a toothache and you don't WanNa wait. We can certainly see you if you want to. If it's bothering you and you think you can manage for a while. We can push it up. I was like leaving it up to everyone and every single one of them was like no. I'll come in. It's fine you guys are you guys are open right like they and same thing already asked about p. Either well I guess that's not true. There is always one patient. Who's our husband's a doctor? And he actually would face shield for us this weeks ago. She's making so. We talked about with yet with her a little bit But for the most part most people there it's not on their radar. It's on our radar because we're just friends with a lot of dental people and we're in all these dental groups and we're we are freaking ourselves out all day long with all of these assumptions of what we think is GonNa Inundated with it. That's all we think about our business editor livelihood but my neighbor like works for the sewer company doesn't know what's happening in our lives right now. You know what I mean. It's not when her right out of the way to one. You know. I talked with my best friend from high school. I was sort of having a moment about all this. Pp stuff and what we're going to have to do. And he stopped being he said you guys have been doing all the right things your whole career. So you're already starting at a higher level than a grocery worker or someone who hasn't had the infection control training so it's like we're starting on the hundredth floor of this already. So he really. He put my mind at ease at that. I get you know what you're right because I had been living in this dental world bubble of hysteria and then the other thing that's been interesting happened twice. Yesterday we had to those two extractions yesterday. Both those patients said this is the first time I've been out of my house for groceries for six weeks and they didn't say if the patient the week before said. Can you make this last longer? This is long. This is the longest. I've good not at my house. And she she just she. You know who I'm talking about missy come back we can get another please so maybe this will hurt next week So there is the human nature of of being a social creature and wanting the interaction so in our last episode we were kind of missing. We were all talking about our favorite things we'd watched on TV during the The quarantines here and let's let's hear your Your favorite Favorite Band Jonas match with Kevin's or not here. Well we oh wow okay. That's what even watching a lot of different things Of Obviously Joe Exotic was on the list. We okay what I would give a while. Of course we are also obsessed with my brilliant you win in the newlywed game. You go but I have to also add that. I am slightly obsessed with like anything that has to do with like murder and crime and all of that. I'm Kevin might be a little nervous because I feel like if I like I totally I think I kid either solve a murder or totally. Get Away with one. Because I've watched these much and so I look at you know we have these discussions all the time that if we were. GonNa you know. Obviously I can't be the one to murder hand. They're gonNA look at me I right. That's the first rule. When anyway we talk about this a lot of night we we we kind of all right. I'm GONNA live. Pd Yes I love like Td. Yeah 'cause Kevin How do you identify? Who's the criminal always? Always the not crime makes you hot. You have to take your shirt off In order to commit a crime yes very funny. Yeah we laugh more than anything when we watch all those shows so a good stuff. Good stuff well. I think that kind of wraps up rebooted the office Missy tell where we can find your Webinar that you think you went into a little more detail maybe on a different different platform this work. We find more information that you've dispersed to us. Sure well if you go to my company which is Buckeye down productions dot com. You can go to the but our facebook page Has a lot of the recent things that we've done or even my own facebook page or three dentists or they were promoting the Webinar that I did today which was more specifically about how to get additional production out of your schedule without marketing for new patients without doing a whole lot of stuff just using. What's in your schedule But Yeah Fuck. Donald PRODUCTIONS DOT COM my website and social media except him yet excellent. Well thank you for joining us this evening missy. We appreciate you infiltrate guys any last words on rebooting Kevin. Just use your head and you know like like missy said. Let's keep our team safe than our patients safe and I. Everything's going to be just fine. No I was just saying you know when you get back and goes on the last episode about falling back when you're training just do that know we'll be all back in the swing of things and no Tom. Hopefully I I was in the office. Today actually was the busiest emergency they have had since. This was all over cup to and extraction of crown a bunch of and I felt rusty. I felt I I seriously had been you know a lot of weeks. I mean I did fine but I just felt like I had to think about it. More as opposed to being on on automatic pilot. But Hey I hit. I hit on my block. So did you work on your floor. You know that's a good question Kevin. I have been working hard on dance. Dance video game where you dance along with the game and have to put your feet on dance dance. Revolution cast and it's just a day practicing coming. Yes coming up coming up next time on. Yo Step foot down on the business right for missy. Fryer Kevin Fryer and Mack Jones. This Zach liners we thank you for listening and join us on the facebook page. Think at once everyone gets back to work. Full see in worth clinical posts. Thanks thanks again plus later.

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Frag Out Drag Out - Fu(k the Break

"They please remember the views and opinions expressed by this show or any other show TV radio. And it's strictly those of set and vigils and do not reflect those of Ed Radio Staff nor the staff dysfunctional veterans Nevermore and. I'm not normally this pleasant sounding on frosty. I'm just a frozen asshole and that's right you got Dui who loves to play and Shit. No wait a minute. Hold on really. Didn't your asshole one to remember me in one folks. Second Lubis soggy introduce DVD midnight backdoor. For All your back we will talk moon. Slough you on US models nights at work. Different Luther afraid out drag out welcome to frag out drag out. I'm your host Nevermore and this time we got frosty. We got we got uncle fester and all the good shit happen before we said. Welcome to fry out out so sorry about that. That's the show folks stakes K. Bar for sponsoring. We'll see you next week. Bye Bye Oh God. So we were lost. Latte win the link was can committing cannibalism for our show. Because I get through it and I'm like Oh crap sponsors and I was like a by Caper so gets the Bar. Grab the reconnect. Grenade aided Yeah that's works ten minutes talking about the knife Henry have so I feel like that was free advertisement in there so i. I don't know what happened to stick phone facebook. You know both been bitching about it in true. I got the one message You know saying that you know you weren't feeling great. I set my phone now. Went into the kitchen there. Grab some advil Schick. Yeah I've been sorely whatnot but the took that took medicine wives like Heiki reaches off the shelf from you know making dinner and stuff like that can reach that so I got shit down next thing you know I go back down for a couple of seconds and look at the phone Holy Shit fifteen messages and that's just as frosty texted. Text alert at that point. But I didn't get any other alerts whatsoever of anything Messenger so I was like Aki Mile Arts off 'cause that facebook with Ding all day it Messenger. Dang they spoke with Dang now. No they're not like it was okay. We explained to them that you were being carnivorous and eating your own kind. So Bacon is good appalling to say we've been at that. If if could reach his hindquarters he would take a bite out of his own hand. But he'll yeah. I lose a couple of files within I gain it. Never mind this. It'd be a vicious cycle. I think it doesn't really grow back. I don't think hand grows back. I don't know you haven't see my mom's I mean but we did bus but this weekend we thought about Yoink. Oh so sweet. I think about you every time I go to Walmart in Dallas. Having why does? Dv Kate Walmart. Besides you haven't been to. Alaska warmer heavier. Keep No fucking joke. And then you've got the natives who cushion go to smoke you. See Me smoking a standing out here waiting for somebody goalie meal. Just get the hell out of here and why are you usually at Walmart for like a minimum of higher half? If you'd have to ask my mother that I swear to God. The store hasn't changed in the ten twelve years of up here. It's been set up the exact same since day one. So you know that if you walk in the door tier right is. We're all your shampoo and shit is to the left is groceries right there in the centers. All your clothes usually. I would be Mimi Person. I'd make a list right. Okay I gotta get Shit Amount Deodorant. That's over this I'll oil. What else do any. Oh yeah needs shampoo. Whatever right so you'd write all that stuff that you need in that section down on the list I or whatever right wherever you're going to start it and then you just work your way around. That's just me I swear to God. She's like okay. I'm Outta Shampoos. Shreds it down then goes about her day. Oh wait a minute. I need a lettuce salad dressing in this. This and then goes back the next day in Africa. The conditioner she She goes off that list in the order. She writes it down so she's like traveling. The store five hundred times left right left Playing Army Walmart. I guess left Bright Utah Hour and a half later. Yeah does she. Does she use when electric Erz Fun No. She probably drained the battery out on the hour and a half come on how long they last but don't last longer than that but what's funny. Is that make a list? Because I always forget the list so I just start like you said I start this away and I go immediately in and I hit anything uneven needing personal care and then a shoot up So on passing housewares hardware all of that and then I make a big right so that pass electrons which is in the back and then I get to the back of grocery and I literally started the back and work my way forward going down each aisle only one time and I can still get out of there faster than your mother. And that's with me having adhd and sometimes. I wonder off and then come back to where I started squirrel. Yeah Yeah I. I don't know that's the only thing I can contribute it to you because I really don't have a clue what's at Walmart. Well maybe not gonNA skirt. I don't know a don't ask. We had a six foot up the black snake the like two weeks ago and they're like wearing the held at a Black Knight. Come from and I was like well. Here's the funny thing a few years back. It was about two years before this I was minding mobile business in my own parking lot and I was walking in the fire lane up near the building and I go and after run this dude off from taking a shower in our outside spigot right so all's good lane clear just had been through it so turn round and I'm on my phone and I go to step in a here. His and I looked down almost dead on a black snakes. Head suckers pissed and we're up against the building so I get my radio and I actually the only time I've ever been allowed to cuss on that said Radio I cussed on this one but on that CEO because it came across. Luckily I was on a second channel as Thursday. Fucking snake out here. So one of the associates took said snake to the woods so think he came back to visit to scare the shit out of male and he was an hour too early on what network yet so the funny part about the Squirrel is somehow. Some kind of Park Ranger ended up being. There captured this booker. What was really really cold. So he had eaten a large meal while they can't digest when it's cold so while they throw in him over in a truck puked up a whole squirrel. Nice unlike how did a black squirrel and cuter? Hey go finish that you want me to go and take that inside while Furry Alamo. No so there was A. They said that it was a cluster. Fuck because there was a man out there trying to whack it with a cane pissing it off a black snake. It's not gonNA hurt you. I mean they get big enough. They can wrap on you a little bit and their bites a poisonous but it will make you a little bit sick but he don't kill a blacksmith. Everybody knows you don't kill a black snake and so my managers texting. Meanwhile I'm driving to work so I'm looking at my phone and I'm like you want me to. What so he's telling me. Hey call animal control so I'm trying. I'm driving down the interstate at eighty miles an hour trying to find animal. Control my phone trying to it. I call them and I was like. Hey there's like six foot black snake and they're like yeah we know this man call it in and apparently he's out there trying to poke it with a stick and I'm like a K. So when I finally get there it's all but I was like dude had arrived and now that he's not surprising the shit out of me because I was stepped on any last time. And you know that initial yum ano-. Y'All got snakes Alaska. Maybe it's not as bad. You know that initial go to step so you don't know nope or danger noodles so you automatically freak out and once you jump back you feel foolish because it was just a nope see. I'll pick up a nope and I'll take him back to. The Woods will not will not pick up a danger noodle 'cause. I mean they're poisonous so it's a bad idea in case anybody was wondering nope Ropes Danger Noodles. Not the same thing. That's one good thing about Alaska. I think the only reptile really have appears frogs turtles dude. I'm the world's worst about wearing shoes. And there is nothing. More gross stepping on a frog barefooted in of all places fairbanks where you can get negative sixty. Yeah it's it's it's strange. I'm sure we haven't done here too. I just conform. They should start saying in soon. Because the weather's just our weather is gone. Zanny I swear to God. The weather is on Zanex. 'cause it will go eighty eighty five degrees and then it'll go fifty six degrees. It's May so we should already be in the warm weather. Whip April. They you know they the saying April is will be rainy. It'll be this. No April was bipolar. And May is its mother and you can't adjust because it'll be eighty five degrees. Somebody who I shouldn't or pants but then the next day I'm glad wore in this weekend should prove it. Why what's it supposed to be this weekend? I'm scared to look at the weather Well we went from seventy degrees to fifty five just after this last thunderstorm in this weekend supposedly is going down in the thirties. What the fuck is thirty degree weather in? May in the south and the mountains expecting snow for three days Mother Nature Go home. You're just drunk as the virus states still closed and if Kobe doesn't get you the words will you ever feel like they're playing a game on jumanji somewhere where the target Puckett stampede. Next on I saw comes. Next is the The flaming flying spiders. I don't know but it's like they're like okay. Well they're not really scared to Cobra anymore. Release the murder Hornets. I mean I feel like it's like we're all in a game of Hunger Games here martyr though tracker jacker. Same thing do if you've never watched hunger game. John no idea what I'm talking about. But they have these little killer. Insects INSECT Flying Hornet look and things are called trackers on Leonard. Read the books. I will stick with crack. Jack's like you pass so we'll start with frosty since we never let him talk. What did you do this week? Besides work slept eight pooped. You got you a new PARKIN's face now. Thank you should borrowing that. Yeah I stole that one so he stole a parking space at least while I was painting that particular crosswalk. I got to use that parking space. I'm pretty sure he stole the sign that goes on there but we won't talk about that. It's a reserved for DV. So I assumed it was for me so he took a picture and I can see why he can walk around with a mean mug marine attitude because he knows mafele already knew. He wasn't a small fellow but now that I've seen a picture of him sad the son who Jesus Hulk mad frosty kill rusty smash exactly. It's like he's the cross between the Hulk and the Obama. Abominable Snowman so to that. Here's one for you a funny story for that one when I was in the Marine Corps. Buddy of mine were in the gym. We're having a bench press contest and I'm just about maxed out any trying to press up and all of a sudden he goes. You know what you look like on your bench pressing and if those of you that are too young to remember or Forgot Lou frig. No played the incredible hulk back in the day. Yes okay since then. All of your banners and hawks have sucked but it was just. It's like almost there that he said that Nelson it clicked as to what he was saying and I just lost it. He'd help that last with the last one is like damn it. I almost had you beat like how will your week besides shuffling your mother around the wool mart and a brother. That was yeah. That's the weekends We've been too bad Minuses fucking getting older ships sucks Got The GALVESTON in the left toe. Got A bum hip on the right side. So I'm Kinda got my pimp walk on Looks Kinda funny but You know it's it's been. A referee work has been out. A slow is yeah. We're we're finding busy work that way. All in mandatory masks only when we're in a vehicles because yeah although check dishes we have one guy that was actually out in the middle open-field on bass surveying a like a dig site in our Illustrious wing safety decides to drive up to him and tells Clara a mask motherfucker. I'm out in the middle of feel. What the fuck do I need a mask on for if I need a damn paper mask or cloth mask out in the middle of the field while on a base Deroga- guy up four? Yeah I better be in fucking mop for because there's some serious on on so your wing safeties a little fucking retarded as us. Well I've progressively come up with newer and more creative ways to fuck with work in a mask. This week's Fucker is a word I can't say so I'm GonNa have jj tune in and say what? I just bought a Mug. You cut off so I'm going to be in Afghanistan. Garb accept. It won't be on top my head 'cause not a Muslim so that's the newest this week that I'm trying a search for something that doesn't hurt my face his never ending but this is literally they softest material because it's actually from Afghanistan from combat flip. Flops they do not sponsor but they should Shit too I mean. It's got to be better than he. Stay on cloth masks that you can't fuck a brief through about used as paper went up for the last week because I think the whole thing's bullshit anyway. But that's besides the point So I'm sticking with the paper wanted to the falls apart. I can't use it anymore. I tried the cloth when they gave me. And it's just like just too fucking hot will the yours. Even pitcher face mine doesn't fell off my ear. Stick out like a fucking photo or some Shit Goddamn Iota. There's that neither with mine. It was either cover the mouth or cover the knows. I couldn't do both advisement for God damn Japanese Jockstrap fucking cover. Everything with that thing. Kills Me They? May they give us these paper masks? And then they say one-size-fits-all but I have some big headphones at work and it literally looks like they're wearing a jockstrap under their knows what it feels like. You exactly felt like like you said they either can cover their mouth and Chin or they don't cover their chin and they cover their nose so then they can't talk because they're lip will slip below the mask so bless their hearts. I actually ordered them waiting on him to ship but our had a local eighty make a bunch of cloth my ass and I had several of them to have tie strings instead of elastic. Is that elastic. What folks your Not long enough for a big head so like you said you look like some. Frodo motherfucker which ears squat. Oh Hell yeah hurts like a sauvage do well. That's why I've used the as you said. Last week was Kinda ghetto but I cut off the sleeves and use those because it's not dealing with the elastic and it. Just kind of like net gator. Something pull up over my face when I needed or down around my neck when I don't have to have it on. It was really cool though. I don't know if it's typical one-size-fits-all things but the art by Carlos callers put out some of her artwork on masks now. So if you haven't been over there check those or check. That mask is the nurse won the. Oh of course draw. I just saw that one too but part of the seat proceeds are going to pull it up here. Real quick do masks not made in China That's the hard part right now. There's plenty of masks that you can buy like there's plenty of mask. Websites is when you look at. It says ships in twenty five days. That means they're coming from overseas. So you don't want those. That's her nurse and kind of like the Rosie the riveter pose and all the proceeds dinners. Was that that we can do it. Nurse Mask and her. Any of the profits are all going to feeding America. That wouldn't do any good at work because I don't need a nurse. She wants to draw raven on the on the Mask then we're get. I have a draw. One of those May the fourth be with you. Only it's going to have the Middle Finger superimposed. Yes gotTa Love Work Mandatory Requirements. I mean they're mandatory for what I mean. Let's look at it. We're not wearing the masks. Like was supposed to their either caddy. Walk is constantly pulling which makes your touch your face even more in all that weird shit but yet they say that the CDC recommends it and I'm like the CDC was smoking crack. They got sick of people so they just started making up the rules. He wear abandoning. 'cause that totally. I mean in what Eric can you go into a bank where demand? Danna right now and ask for money and get it depends. Jiwan arrested or not. Now you can do it. You can't make you unmask. Obviously the firearm and on my bed. Yeah but my favorite my favorite. Y'All ain't even making this up is lady. Put a plastic bag on her head. You see these pictures that they post online and say there's no way people did this and then took a picture in took it off. No no no no. It's lady put a plastic bag over her head with no nose holes or nothing and I was like in five minutes. I'm going to get a nine one one call I am not. I'm sorry I'm not CPR. And you because you put a bag on your head. Sorry Calvin here. Nope she did food. God crazy shit like that and like a guy now this one I have to. I'll give him props for creativity but he walked in and he had on a folks key mask a false ski-masked now at you know from head to neck covert sunglasses on any at nose plugs in it. A Moustafa uncovered you moron like one morning. I did take mom. You know at six o'clock in the morning because that's the safest time for anybody that's over sixty five and Baabda Bother Walmart right supposed to be doesn't eat it just for them. And then you watch people come out and take the rubber gloves off right back in their pocket fondle their mask with their bare hands but the Basque back in her pocket in. It's like what the fuck did you. Even were that Shit. At least they're putting it in their pocket. All I find it on the ground I did see a lot of that to me. All and that's ridiculous. 'cause right there you get your little cart. Return is fucking trash can thank you. People come on man. We expected the return cards to return area right at the grocery door where we have. You can only enter one way. Exit One way because of the governor right so we moved. We carried a fucking cart. Return a put it up against the building right. They Park beside the cart return in. It's another three steps. I go out there and I'll say shit like oh. Thank you for returning the car. You almost made it. My pet peeve right now is then tearing down the cautioned Tate. Oh I'm so sick of putting caution tape up your switch from caution to crime scene. No attributes because the officers are like. Hey if you run out of yellow caution tape because it's hard to find so we don't have a lot and I'm like what have you got Nassau. Their role is fucking hughes like it's a spindle of it but it also crime scene. She let us crime saint. I was like well if I put that. We'll get less customers. I'm just saying we wouldn't have to use a whole much whole lot. Just too big strips across the door and it's good. They wouldn't care because last week read. Yeah exactly I don't even pay attention to the floor. Things come on but we had a bunch of juveniles. Run ended up throwing a gun. It turned out to be fake in a moment. You can't really tell a BB gun with no orange on it that it's fake you know it's metal looks right grips right right. Nine police cars end up store not my fault and like all. These people started gathering. Well I get knocked to the ground by the police officer and I just look at these people and I'm like you're all dead you're dead you're dead you're dead you're dead all you chicken heads who have your head up. Your Dad reminds me of when we threw grenades. We're one of those people that were people they would draw eyeballs on your helmet so that they can keep your head down when you throw her aid at enough. They did that Shit. Y'All but they did it to us in air force if you peak they drew an eyeball to eyeball on your helmet. So the next time you went around they just hold your head now. I mustn't that stupid. I didn't need to see boom. I could hear speaking booms. I got malesherbes in the mail. What I got. It is a mother of all bath bombs and new product from K-bar Soco. But if you in the air force you know exactly what the fuck a MOAB is Hale's. Yeah and if you're not air force you should still no 'cause they dropped one like what was it a year and a half ago two years someone up trump got pissed and drop. The mother of all bombs on people will be testing the MOAB later. Katie really take a bath and David. I mean I could lead to what you're saying is when we're done recording you're gonna go drop a bomb not your kind of bomb. Apparently it's a rule that process to poop before the shadow. Or now you know you can't put that in the Patriot patriotic. Podcast show. They can because that was a funny discussion other that let's see it's was star wars week for me so I've been doing that I done much else. 'cause I need to find a fucking chair? I need a chair. Anita Corner Chair. I need to find a chair. That goes with my new footstool. I went to the hobby lobbies today. Which they're kinda funny they're still there sanitize and but people in the islands do not give up. There's no Arrow sieges go where the fuck y'all on like. This is the land of the lawless. There is no order to the store. I could just walk down the aisle but I found a footstool though supposed to be a hundred bucks and it was in a section for thirty percent off ended up being fifty percent avenue footstool. I need a chair dammit. A never getting a recording corner setup never associated with free footstool. That won't hold still for very long. And that will fucker coming here. Before recording install Madonna like mid bite had in my hand and he reached over and Madonna skied her. Didn't offer it to him. I literally took a and you know you take your hand away from your face. Any took it and I was like he just Dona. The Dog Stole Madonna. Well at least it did shit in your front yard. Smile actually. Did your neighbors. That was awesome his defense. He's a wall so well. This is true. You can't train her wolf now. Kanye well see that Wolf. Posted pedia dog made is my fault. Because as he's leaving the lady behind him is the one who was screeching about him being a wolf and he shouldn't be in the store not corrected her in like he's Alaskan. Malamute she has. Nobody asked you and I was like well. I live with him so I should know. It's an Alaskan Malamute. She's like I'm GONNA throw hands and I was like I wanted. I wanted her to so bad but her very next sentence was but I had my chat with me so I won't. I'm like what a disappointment. I didn't even have time for my driller to get rush and I was just like a get my hopes up. I got eight or nine. How long has this stupid shipping one on nine weeks worth of frustration and I'm in a Walmart on your huckleberry but sadly I did not get too because you know all talk no fun laboring the Wolfback in here and let it bite you? I don't care except he wouldn't bite anything am on your behind. Try to drink out of a fight. I was like good. Thanks to eat or walk because he gets that Mama hough then my son's their nose like don't Joe Panelists. Mommy's getting your ass kicked you. You just let the Hanes for awhile. I hate people people. Somebody was leading their child actively how at our dog and I'm not in my store so I say Fuck I want and I'm like going through and I'm like be nice. Somebody taught their children's fuck manners in here. Muslims like mom and I'm like what you threaten to flip off the old people. I can be loud and obnoxious artist. Were would've stood next to the kids are crying and had mother. Like what the. Hell you doin' bucket. Kids making talk dog. I'm just talking to your kid fucking little crush governor woman. So we need Lincoln prostate both to take a trip to. We're all GONNA go to Walmart and video it. Let Me Dangers. We just couldn't go twice action too. Many too many things silver. Ooh sparkles earth. Oh Shit you know the fire trucks. I'll and I'LL SET L. You're the guy that pushes all the buttons down the aisles. When there's talking toys we did even better. When the UH the tickle me Elmo came out way back in the day they had all the other ones in like the baby sesame street we discovered that if he set the one on the end off the whole the whole shelf goes off toward. So we do that and watch go on the floor. Yeah I have a tickle me elmo story. That's hilarious back in the day when those things were first released. You couldn't get your hands on a tickle me elmo damn near impossible so we happened to get a shipment in at. I'm watching this guy. And He puts a tickle me elmo down in front of his pants yes you heard me right so me and the police officer approach him and stop him and he's like. I didn't do nothin' You know like they do in about dot com tickle me. Elmo goes off in his pants all on its own and starts giggling like even. Elmo's that impressed in there. Yeah dude swore up and down. He didn't steal nothing. Even when tickle me elmo was giggling in his pants he was like and I was like who. What child are you giving a toy that you put in your fucking Crotch? I Hate People Aid Society. Eight everything what am I talking about? A crutch government. Of course. Well the kids are kind of quiet right now because most parents are freaking out and got them in mass so they can't really scream under those things in. That's a good thing. Yeah but why are you bring your baby to Walmart and trying to figure out trying to get a six month old to wear masks so stupid? Even though I may or may not have bought a plush baby Yoda Dude and he may or may not have wore a mask all day in office since it was mandatory that we have mass on at work may or may not have taken photos. I don't know when this is over. I feel like people are going to wear masks like they do in Japan for fashion. If it's ever over so why can't go but can you just open up the barber shops in the hair salons and the nail salons? Please my hair getting crazy. So what's the plan for the Hornets? You know what's Protective Gear? We have to have for them toilet paper. Jack Daniels Oregon's breath if you have not seen that post no talking about twelve gauge shotgun dragon's breadth awesome. Because from what I'm seeing reading. Hearing of where be sued. Nothing won't stop the Stinger from coming through either. So yes screwed. I mean that'd be Kinda Fun not no go away. Oh that don't you China a few of those just for for the virus. I mean. I think that's where the murder Hornets came from. It landed in Washington state. Go figure. Maybe they're there to fix ANTIFA. Don't know I mean I like. Jj's type denier. We're going to all be in fucking met chainmail and shit when it by the time. All this bullshits overall will be wearing medieval armor nights helmets. Ceo Heads could be saved to go anywhere carrying six foot lance. You can make sure your social distancing I could just I need a cartoon drawn now of oink reading a pig in armor with Lance prostes Becker going. No He's art dude. He's I know he's in the background like cussing me. Now try to make it work with what I've already got drawn up. We're GONNA have to contact art by Carla and get her to do some. She hit one of these years. You may actually see merchandise from us. Probably Not Miss Millennium. Because we don't give a fuck enough to try like think about it with a show went to shit started that way. Well Piano you poop. I saw this. When was talking about how down into the computer. He got his pimp walk on Magin his entrance theme In your whole thought stopped the wwe or whatever. The Wrestling People Pitt These have someone come out easy well. Equity which theme song. Well here's the funny part. I've actually thought about this if each of the DVD radio characters walked out. Would their theme song be? I know mine would have to be obviously have to be stone cold glass smashing that. Kinda shit cause I fuck shit up. I'm a shipwreck or upper. That's what I do but frosty is the one I'm stuck on. That only happens winter. And if you in that have flagpole literally I didn't Lick Frost and get stuck doing their buddy gets low mad if you try to licking. I'm just saying out coverage. They took a wrong turn. Well I mean he does have fudgesicle his cheek. So would you WANNA lick that? Why do you think he put on? Never Mind Halle you know. Yeah but it sounds to me like you've actually stuck the phrasing bowl there buddy. I like Bacon and he definitely. Don't like Tundra Rookies. Y'All got to look that word up. If you don't know it means I did scarred for life. Try Living with them who I was going to say at this point in time. Just with all this quarantine you've got probably got. They're all over the country right now. Hey I haven't seen those on porn hub yet. Please don't Google that during the dark web of Porno. Okay so if you go to. The urban dictionary elegant love this tender wookey describing a woman from Interior Northern Alaska. Let's her hair. Grow out at often has impaired bathing skills in paired bathing skills. What the fuck supposed to mean no k-bar she's hammered. I mean they make it sound like she's too drunk to take a bath versus you. Just don't bathe yes. Probably both and in their example is. Did you meet any chicks at the bar last night? Not Just a bunch of Tunder Tundra cookies. They need shaving in a bathing. I mean nobody says that they said you stink go offshore. You obviously have not been in a bar up here lately. Ever they say neither have because we're still locked down as well and then option number two a tender kiss more facial hair than normal eighteen year. Old Man prefer beer over beverages. Where's car heart overalls with flannel shirts and typically green down cutoff jackets and drive? Lifted Dodge diesel pickup trucks when spoken to never looked Them directly in the eyes are you might become their prey. Don't get too close. You may pass out of large contents of tobacco and awake in their foreign. Ungodly layer good lowered. So basically. It's a furry depend upon us. Yes Oh my hate-mail hate mail Hick Mellon five four three two one last off a whole Mica get a Tundra Wookey Mug for your Aunty Halina. No let's not say we did so. The Turner Wookey mugs come a- for already attached. I guess it's like a female Baca wondering around Alaska up there. I don't know in heels. Yes they wear heels. So Tony When you're engaged with one do they make the same? Sounds as CHEWBACCA? You know I don't know my wife is from actual central Pennsylvania so I have never been engaged with one or engage with one because I run angle i. I don't have a hunting license. I don't have tag for Mail under book. Eight hundred will be a draw tags so shoot to kill. Save yourself in. This is really a thing of their like people really walk around unbathed hair flowing out of their tank tops. And just don't give a fuck downtown lower. Let's let's out in the Wilderness. Here's the question. Would you rather face bigfoot or Tundra looking bigfoot? But at least it's getting raped? Did we take Any kind of break we talk through. Gts motherfucker week. We strangest keeps on Rollin. So in other words the timekeeper forgot it thirty minutes. It'll be both fix it. I was like Jesus was a I I have. I don't know if I will make a second half these talk like Yo so marquee to look. We got shit. Oh we did have some did air there. There was a pause a few so I want to get marquee grown ass man our crew. I want to have a frog out drag out that most people will probably never forget. What do you guys think we try to ask the audience? At least what questions if they give a shit. But I've never chat to see if they ever answered my question so Wuxi Little Frag drag with little tree information coming at. You should clash together at least once I I'm just saying could be if we get them to stay up late enough to record us. It'll be marquee. That has the problem. He's got forty seven children so he's got to go to bed early just on five pounds of coffee and drinking on one day in. Mall That Day Gordon. I'm sure he can make it for one. While he makes it for barracks talk so let it. Nothing else has happened. Literally I world is one thing and one thing only here lately so and that horses Ben Dead. We kicked it. We can beat it. We have done strangled. We have done set it on fire and it still allies turned into gloom reused. That we've done it. So is it time to kick the Hornet's nest. Yes we've already done that too so I would forget the book of revelations what's next buck. Oh my goodness Jim have. The Lord blesses stock in grenade price search fully grill. I feel like like if you've ever watched Austin powers. Dr Evil is in charge of the world. Right now are early. Attempts at attractor. Beam went through several preparations. Preparations eighth through G. Were a complete failure. But now ladies and gentlemen we finally have a working tractor beam which we shall call preparation. H. That's Dumb Shit at me Robert Curl Baskin's I tell you that bitch still haven't watched show single show anybody else not watch that bullshit and Nicholas Cage is going to be the new one when watch that either. Can't stand either seriously. Am I. The only person who hasn't watch tiger king or whatever it's called I watched it twice at the very Entertaining because you boys had two weeks off. I figure if you liked it you binge watch it I did. We did go one evening before slater watch it played it at work. Force me to watch. I could not look away like was holding my head. Why is this guy in a picture holding piglets sunny because they kept seeing the means you know of Tiger King just right for started facebook shit and I wanted in the office and I was like man this thanks a fucking train wreck and more means kept coming out and finally I play? I don't care. I threw up on the big screen there the break room. It was the second time around is just as big as trainer because the first time around it more stuff the second time around so yes. Carol fucking baskets ditch. Yeah but that's really evil at least had a shaved kit. Let's not talk well. Joe Exotic at two hundred and thirty seven cats whether or not one we shaved or not. We don't know just and bras in prison right now. So what's that tell you about him will Ghana prison system? That's not funny at all. You did turn two straight guy's gay or a little bit only played gay so they could get drugs. Come on now see no more about the movies and half the people listening probably right. I read all the main JAL like I said it's a train wreck that you just can't look away from this show can show that you should turn off. Don't Chew Chew Mother fucking rolling alone. Came of what stupid thing will frosty say next? Who knows we didn't go to break for you to throw in a one liner to make me choke to death and then have to try to like say. We're taking breaks that we totally miss the break so. I don't know what he's GonNa put an air but bucket. We've said it enough times. I'm sure there's a recording of me saying it. Brake brake brake brake brake brake. I don't know there's nothing on facebook anymore. And this should have a little blackbird today as funny as you scared the shit out of a. What little black bear oh is use a little blackburn he gonNa host like that's me that's why we need information. I'm kidding though it was a black bear and Us over back we restore our trucks up in wintertime. And he's just getting ready to climb over one of those little pipes come out of the ground and I lay on the Air Horn. I swear to God. He left a trail of shit around the corner. The tank ramp to Il. We lost track okay. So was that before or after you tried to run me over just a little bit before. over frosty played in the road. Oh my gosh I got nothing for y'all because we're a train wreck in themselves. I would like to not actually have to do any work but go to work with them for a week. It would be entertaining. I think the it's yeah other days. It's just Yeah the is a maxed Alvin. You can't even have any fun but yeah oh you missed it before you went through. I actually had to nice lanes mapped out with cones for people to go through and they would take and cut through a parking lot. Instead of driving through my cones. I have seen everybody goes to the parking lot. And I'm like there's a gap right there. Fuck this I'm going through the gap. Everybody truck is right with me. No you ain't gonNA take you AIN'T GONNA fit. I said I'M GONNA FIT. If I have to get on the sidewalk. Watch this shit. Oh my God so Where your lanes not mapped out quite wide enough therefore see or there were plenty white he. He didn't even touch the curb. Curb or comb these these people around here. They see cone and they panic actually had several turnaround. I mean I don't I mean I. Five is always under construction in. There's always cone so. I'm just like at the point now if I hit him hit him. That's always see. So what makes freak out about codes? Let's just it. That's what that's the season we're in an Alaska. Right now is constructive. Yeah the next season is winner. And that's all we have so cones are out and they see a Conan the freaked the fuck out so then when they see the snow first snowfall the same thing. They freaked out. They have to ditch so yeah God. It's no flurry. Let me go ahead and crash. Put it here in the ditch for safekeeping so in my youth When I was reading four years ago yesterday forty years ago now. Thirty five win their anytime. There's zone that used like the floppy cans like the tough people use a With last moment take one Click account in just drag over my car and then park Jones for a while like that. Why not not responsible for my co host? And they're illegal actions folks. I have for sale. And that's the one thing that I had to like beg and borrow was frigging the stupid floppy ass. You know the ones with the black bass that pop out the bottom added bringing Colorado and get those damn stupid ass cones for the store it in like a month and a half into the bullshit they send in barricades. And I'm like you fucking suck. You know how hard it is to come back cones without having to pay for them apparently really easy. If you're driving when you're trying to get them gained legally I could not. I finally call the police department. I was like you know those. Come join us for event. Yeah why can we borrow some? Because there ain't no damn events satellite fifteen police got owns but apparently I should've just notified fester there and he could have got me. Got Me a bunch so got about two hundred the back of my truck at work. Well that's helpful. I just all the pain guys around steel when they put him down and we steal from you guys when you put them down. That's fine which recycle that's all there is. I would love to see that game frosty concentrating on painting. Turn around look back and be like where. Hill cones go dammit. Oh he would automatically know what you wish s. We were on the back side of base. Cutting some limbs out there were hanging on the road gets into detractors. And what have you back the Farsi? Cope Co workers in their of stripes down center of the lanes of the road. It of course they had a couple vehicles behind him. Well Stop Painting. Pull up so that people can drive over the you know. Non painted surfaces only tracks. Everywhere was one guy in a van decides. He wants to sit there and shoot the shit with the trail. Vehicle this laying out all the cones and the operator of the old Striping truck there. He was about the get out and fucking dragged a motherfucker out of his van. Whoop IS S. It was hilarious though. Oh Yeah I mean and we. We were behind him the other day and we just joining the parade. We just heard our fucking beacons on stayed behind him and then they let us go. We're like no nothing better to do. We were following you for moral support. GonNa take out your cones but yes could see is so we had to wait so y'all's bosses most. Hey you some days yeah. That's that's a good point. That's why we're on the backside of base. The boss is usually. Don't come back there for good reason because say this. The last couple of days have been working right in front of the big boss's office. So I gotta be on my better behavior better. He didn't say best. He said. Better behavior yes. He doesn't have a best behavior this time of year. No Oh my gosh I I still. I would hate to be L. SUPERVISOR. I really would. Y'All give me a headache in less than a week. You would come up and I'd be like just do whatever the fuck you WanNa do. Because that's what you're GONNA do anyway so fuck it. My SUPERVISOR CHAIN SMOKER. Because of this time of year can hardly get him out of the smoke. Pit Not exactly pretty. Do you WANNA put in a word for what we're supposed to say because we took our whole show up and didn't take any breaks or any pauses and just kind of said fuck it. You know we could do that. Sure why not a folks? Thanks for listening to our show. No matter how fucked maybe it is of course sponsored by the one and only K. Bar soap company. Gay Bars the exactly. The only all natural. So your option you'll ever need check those folks out today because guess what they have. The mother of all bath bombs as right. It's time to blow up that bathing routine. Shake things up a bit and they built that wants to be soothing and relaxing for all those at like think of Bab Freedom. Instead of showering company Fish Bar Wrapper. Grenade big showering rate again. Thinks like when he changed his voice that he's got a fucking commercial radio commercial voice. It's not like you haven't had to do one or two one or three or four if it lasts more than four hours that's different commercial. Different commercial different sponsor. Look I don't care how we get. I am not taking a sponsorship from the Little Blue Pill people okay because I do not want to have to throw in and if you have an erection lasting more than four hours please consult a physician or seek Medical help because it's bad enough to listen to the stupid shit that airs on. Dvd Radio for next year's opener and then of course you know you'd have to throw in those. Those guys can talk with their Phoenix and because leading more than four hours. Please see tender wookey. They'll fix it. Just LOOK ADAMANT. I still can't believe such a thing exists. I'd never heard that dominate. You guys. Yeah living in Alaska. Actually they tender. We'll keep beard. They or everything of their. Yeah it's by the same company that makes the one that's called Panty peeler there is a beer called panty pillar yes. Is it work drake enough or she drinks enough. I guess I hear frosty the background. Contemplating how to answer that false advertising bitches. I'm suing drink case. None of them fell off. Dammit no she's supposed to oh see. Instructions UNCLEAR DID COTTON CEILING FAN case. It was stuck in the bottle. The Beer Flexi seal so they sell Flexi so gift packs now and I have a feeling. That's our fault so sorry. You've heard that show damaged or not spontaneous but they heard in like man. These motherfuckers are onto something. A gift set it. Just lets glitter balls. Oh my God. Let's not get back on the glitter balls a dazzling done cheap. I guess it's better than dirty. Deeds done cheat because that involves tender will keys. They ain't cheap no pay for their meals. My God those. Those things can eat a lot. How Much Isabella. Hey cost shipping it to Alaska bub. Four hundred ninety the Bill Haley. Kasey fifteen bucks but the shipping. Yes Yeah I love that when you go to a website. It's like ninety nine cents. Two hundred and fifty dollars shipping. Well that's what was so cheap. Well folks that's show. I can't promise what kind of show but it was a show. We had a show. Where does getting into our groove switching from days tonight and I literally just took a nap before the show so I was just like must record whereas lead up haven't Alexa so Alexa had a reminder to remind him so that's how can we ended up showing up when we did but Alexa also has Samuel Jackson mode. And you ask them Ula Jackson. What his favorite word is. It's Fucker and yes Alexa. Says motherfucker matter sponsor Freakout drag-out contact oil gate Lincoln Devi Radio matter of fact what she would like get Alexa. Talk in there like have the speaker near him. Oh her busy doing he may actually be gone to get Alexa. I've got a teacher something funny to say for. Dv Radio so right in the middle of a say Alexa. What did I say about TV? Radio on her. Say some smart but haven't figured out how to hacker yet maker. Actually Swear Samuel L. Jackson will swear excellent. I called her a bit driller and she just turned off to hear what I call mine. Wow gas she gets offended and then I said something in she goes you WanNa hear ourselves and then she started and I'm like really Alexa. So she's she's it. She's a smart little thing. She's been taking lessons from the dog. Yeah Probably Skater probably program when we were sleeping anyway Uncle that hundred wookey beer? I just looked it up. It's thirteen percent alcohol by volume. Jesus that's worse than Natty or Ice House? Well the the Panty peeler was eight and a half. What don't wear panties but it has a turt- Cherry smoke. He said Smell Tyson. I how does it make no? They don't want these frosty like A. Don't live in Los Anchorage. I live in the valley where they don't wear clothes but his head has a Tart Cherry Smith and I'm like Oh my God. He'll told you I'd get one in there somewhere. Oh you got right go faster. Do you have any final thoughts? Start crying on air. He's in thought folks. Let him be joining us. Please join US next week or listen to the entire not watch. Please God no. I'm not wearing pants. Frosty ruined it. Well this is a perfect ending for a fucked up. Joe How you Doing Frost. You have any final thoughts. Besides knowing that tender will be smell like Tart Cherry. Come on you stupid microphones. The only thing I got is Check on your brothers and sisters out there and you need help for talk. Somebody look for somebody to talk to use the phone. Use Your text us. Whatever the force us to force CAM scared to ask. Everything is better with Bacon. Bb under will be safe out there. People Robin Blick zeal on. I got nothing folks after that I. How do you taught that Shit? You've been listening to this time. Did it not frosty? I can never get in those lines because somebody makes me laugh. Have you been listening us on a station? W? Dvr That's all. We got folks by radio.

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F**K The Ten Year Challenge with Hannah Berner

Taste Of Taylor

1:09:45 hr | 1 year ago

F**K The Ten Year Challenge with Hannah Berner

"The following podcast is a deer media. Production Hey girl hey welcome back to another episode of my weekly podcast taste of Taylor. I'm your host Tiller Strecker and today I have with me. She's he's been a guest on the podcast before she got damn good. I can't help but have her on all the time. And also she's like a liberty and you know how I feel about Bravo's stars ladies and gentlemen and because I have so many men listening Hannah burner. Hey girl hey girl vander pump bless my area. We need to start off. We have so much to cover today. Day also. You're in my apartment. I the first guy or the first guest friend to step foot here literally me my own. The only the people who've been here are my. It's my little brother and his new girlfriend who I adore. But I can't talk to my little brother because it makes him an talking to my podcast he shamed me. He shamed me on Christmas Day. Day for you. He went to Harvard. I know yeah he was smarter than me too. It's pretty fucking and I just want to kick in the show. I want to kick them in the brain. So he's dumber. I'd still be ten times smarter than me. Kicked half his brain out of his ear. It took me an hour and twenty minutes to get here because I live in Queens. We went I went all the Way Jersey Jersey I should he. That sounds that forty. I was ready to just tear it apart and make all the stories making fun of Jersey turns out I walk here. It's amazing it's gorgeous. I think you need to join the new real housewives of New Jersey and I don't know that this apartment for TV. Who knows I was? Maybe I'm working on that. Who knows you are? Sketchy can't see but I walked in and it was like the coolest apartment I've ever seen gene without trying too hard. It's like masculine feminine. I just tried to like think of any adjective to describe a house and I realized I don't know Shit about I. Like fine cool awesome. I don't know what they're like. Modern apartment DECO S- chic. What how would you describe the style? Cool fucking cool. It's like industrial chic. Yes it is. It's it's like it is it's industrial. Chic it's feminine though there's white exposed brick where we all know Hannah feels about Expos Burke wherever there is exposed brick I will hump it and I will jerk off whoever lives they want to discuss later. That's negotiation we'll do off the pot so it's these like half circles huge windows does there's these like art installations that are cooler than anything I've ever seen. There's a bath in the middle of her bedroom. which is just kind of like hot? It looks like a cool like torture sex chamber. I think it's going to enhance your sex life. This new like I think it will but I also think Mama Mia so you may be getting to. My New Year's resolutions will also help with my sex drive but we'll get stanton little that we are getting to that body but yeah so the places is great. You're you're the first friend to see this place sayings enjoy. It's way cooler than I thought you were even capable of thank you. Well I gotta get credit for credit through so my really good friend Anthony Korea now he was on. HDTV see a show called the cousins and anti. He's actually does work now with Ellen Tube so he's still very much in the game. But I actually was sitting here with Tim I was there. He was here and it was over the summer and I interviewed him for taste of Taylor and I was like I called the episode. Like I dunno like The real estate's my pornography. Because I was having an orgasm like I just WanNa slip around everything because I'm soaking. What just looking at this cool fucking apartment? She's GonNa Post soon. I'm going to do a tour. I swear I promise I haven't because we're not one hundred percent impact. You saw the closet upstairs. It's a fucking disaster so some things I still want to get done but have you guys both pretty clean Taylor kind of not. You know what's weird. She wasn't in our old apartment. She was kind of sauce. Lobs she's GonNa get married but whatever she's editing but she'll listen and she'll be mad but here she's cleaner than I've ever seen her she was she respects she respects base and we'll see if she respects your vagina more to oh she respects me down up down and all around I the issue when it comes to sex because I have low self esteem and so I don't WanNa see myself naked let alone somebody else myself naked could we needed an event like a sex l.. Fit that you wear that you don't have to look at yourself battle hole in it. Okay for I'm here for it. I mean before. Get a spray Tan. I have to take like a fucking like Ambien so ashamed. Someone's GonNa look at my fucking. Oh dimply body orange. I had a friend recently reach out and and was like. Hey I'm starting to spray. Ten Business Love to spray you. I would love to be her friend. Basically it's like that's also really want to friend up my labia spraying me also known for a year I would. I would love a stranger spraying me not a friend so I go to. This place called Brazilian Bronze in Soho. I WANNA Michelle. 'cause they're great they do not give me money to say this. They're just really that good so I was there one time getting sprayed. Oh like six months ago. Maybe you're going was going out to la to meet with deer media who I'm now with so Tajani ten worked and so it worked so I was getting spray and the girl was like. Oh is this for vacation. I was like no. It's like. Oh what do you do for a living and I was like oh I do pack housing. She was like. Oh my God i. I am obsessed with this. podcast called dear media now clearly. She was confused. DEISM network full of lots of podcasts. said that I know yes and I was like no shit. I'm going to meet with them and then I'm like. Why did I just tell her that? What's your podcast called him? She's now going to be like. Oh that's the girl who's Chubby Body. I sprayed and I felt us talk your underwear. I'll go full spread. I'm butt naked and I have a girl that comes apartment. And she's nice very ten girl and she seen all of me everything I bitch about summer house. Everything's going. I tell her all the drama. I like cried her about stuff. Be People in the beauty industry that like like whether whether it's like hair makeup spray people. They know all of our dirt and same with drivers every makeup artists whenever GonNa make up artist. That's like pretty successful successful. I was like so a dirt underground Kahn. Or what signed non competes like MDA's NDA's it's when they're talking to each other being unlike the worst Gig last week and they're like who and they're like Moore I affecting. I'm just like sitting there like Oh this is good. I can repeat this everyone also in case you don't know Hannah Burner. Is maybe the number one worse secret keeper in the world. I don't know I tell her. Always like between me and you and I think why is going to tell the world not because she shady just because she has literally no filter she tells herself she's in trouble all the time with producers on Summer House Bra. If you didn't know that handed also on that show I'm yeah Hannah's bad girl I love you stint because I'm always getting myself into trouble. My friends are always mad at me when I feel bad about myself I talked to you and I go. You know. She's probably are we. Have this happened to her five billion times and she's fairly okay totally fair so we'll increase the sex life that is that is clan. Have Excellent Weird Chair over there. You can have sex on top of this. They have a what is a counter top that would be called a counter and they have a charger system. That comes comes out of it. Here's the thing so is interview Anthony. I'm here and I'm like apartment. He's like really. Would you wanna live here and I was like should and he was like no for real and I was like well. It's Jersey City. You know because I was being Manhattan's Dob But he's like no. I'm renovating Mickey got engaged. Renovating a firehouse. And my fiance are moving there. I I want to rent this to somebody I know and trust. He's like I have friends that want it. But I would put you at the top of the list of you and Taylor one and I was like yes but then I thought we had like a year and then he was like yes. So you're moving around like fall like early winter and I was like yeah twenty twenty. It's like no of twenty nine thousand nine and then I started to panic because I felt like I had to like say goodbye. The New York City. You know to be honest. I've never I've grown up near Sam. How life from Brooklyn? I've never been to Jersey City in my life and I think it's just such a just a rumor that like Jersey so different I walked out and the cutest little neighborhood. You can tell it's like growing and changing and beautiful and I'm like why would anyone live in Manhattan. I thought I and I'm not saying go live. Not In New York. If you live in New York live in an outer borough or I guess Hoboken New Jersey City hoboken looking cool in urban cute. I this cuter I think. So I feel like hoboken's like really like college but maybe I'm wrong but it is on where you are like Brooklyn and and that's a compliment. That is why I liked it. Because it's all these small great restaurants and shops and everyone's walking around and it's just. I don't like the saturation of People Manhattan discussed discussed. I was really scared to leave. And like now when I watch sex and the city are watched gossip girl yes I watched that on net flicks. I'm like I don't live there anymore. What you want to wait in lines lines to get into? I went out to eat long island city with my mom. I walked in handle and there was not that many people in the restaurant and I was. I looked a mom's ehrlich genocide going on what's going on she goes. You're not in Manhattan. You don't have to wait in lines on a Monday at seven pm to go. Go drink with the girlfriend. Yeah also my mom was like I guess you miss you can meet people there. I go no one talks to which other at a crowded restaurant or not meeting people. It's just like to be seen and it's so funny because when I leave New York City I'm like I'm like fuck this place. I love New York but then when I'm in New York recommend I know it's so it's it's it's really like an abusive relationship. I'm an outer borough girl slash. I'd live in Jersey City. I said it is GONNA be bad for my brand but I said it question. Even if apartment wasn't this fucking dope ass and yes I said don't pass. Would you feel the same way about Jersey City. Yeah if I like a normal apply walking here I ready was about to complement you. And then when I walked in I just start puke incompetent but also do feel your home. Is your sanctuary it now. It's a home base of your mind. Do you feel like Oh now I I'm interview. Do you feel like a cooler personnel. Yes without a doubt. I feel more confident. I feel less depressed. I mean for real. It's it's like it's elevated me too. I need differently now. Like I'm more intimidated by you and I ready was. We'll see I wanna be clear like this. This apartment is a reflection. Shen of Anthony. Carino not Taylor Strecker until her donahue a reflection of your quality social climbing I am a great social climber before this apartment fuck improved and and I also but I'm like I don't want to talk about department because I'm scared. Someone's going to try to be friends with Anthony Steal it from that but you know the right people social climb with guys. Social climate is not just the richest or the most instagram followers. It's the quality person that you climb on Miss. Having access to good real estate has access to just people who are better than you in all kinds of ways that has a standing reservation at carbon. We have one of those in our lives to. Oh yes me alone. Teach me how to be more like society no. You're really good social climbing. Oh thank you I thought okay so so. You're here. Yes okay win over the apartment. Well we're GONNA talk a little about summer house because the super trailer might actually i. You look you look like yourself itself in this trailer. ooh Like you're really Sassy and you're funny and I feel like you were great last season but I feel like this is the season where we're Hannah burner is really really truly. We get like all of honest. I was scared last season. This episode of taste of Taylor is brought to you by Fab Lennox. If you know me you've been a long time listener you know I'm obsessed with fabrics. Oh my gosh. And I'm not even that big of a worker outer new year new resolutions okay. 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I know what signed up for. Tell me what you learned. I learned that you can't control anything like us out you could because I remember talking to you and I'm like this bitch I was like I mean I'm a video pretty I was like oh I can. I can try to you know I was trying to be funny like all the time yet. Like the cameras on you all all day A and they're just taking what like make sense and I would just be making like funny stupid irrelevant comments thinking I'm killing and then the show and it looks like I'm shy because they didn't use any of my stupid little witty comments and also. It looked like you play tennis but also coming in knew I didn't have. I wasn't romantically interested in anyone on the show and I was like if I wasn't really like I'm not a fighting person. I wasn't fighting with anyone and so I literally had to like spy skin. My teeth like get this British guy that I was seeing. Beg Him to come on the show to give me any relevancy. Do It's hard. Yeah the second and also you can't have strong opinions on things. Well you can be addict but like I don't really know Count Manda. I'm not gonNA tell him to. But then I spent all winter at them and all winter with Lindsay and all winter we all hung out all the time and then we came in this next summer and I was like look. I can't control anything happens. I could just control me like trying to have fun. Yeah and also like looking out for opportunities for me to like voice my opinion yet and not be afraid of it and so that's what we're going to get season then. Yeah I was reckless and also you have a love interest this season. We saw U M owing on the super trailer. It's weird you. You're good did you look good at kissing on. I thought it was the bad side of my face and I was like. Oh my God speaking of kissing what not to change subject but the the first three minutes of inner pump starts with the new guy. I don't even remember his name saying that she has a bad kisser. Oh Yeah da back vander pomp. Yeah but I just went on. She she new podcast to go. Okay don't make me don't make me bad girl. You're not girl I can't stand. This is my I want to be clear. I feel like every time I enter pump. Everyone thinks it's me regurgitating stalls. He's opinion it's not stacey. Actually we didn't fight but she. I was making fun of scene and she was like stopped. Ah Shut up. I whatever I want. I watched show. I've met the girl and she was like she was like. I'm so grateful to Sheena for playing the role that Chino plays because she really is reality. TV Gold and she was like so. I'm done she's she's like sausage things. Sheena is has a purpose in this world and his great. I disagree I also am. I've heard things about her podcast that I want to ask you two questions about but I don't WanNa be a mean girl and also gonNA be installed seeing bose wedding and I'm going to have a lot of face home with the cast. Komo like Sheena probably will be around for stuff. I don't want her to hate me more than short. He does because she knows I talk. Show I don't think Sheena means wrongly at all. I think she's like like she's focused on her shit and she's self absorbed. I mean there there is the I just think it's hilarious like when she's typing on her phone and her nails are clicking and I just I told her I was like Oh my God. I'm witnessing I was. She has the everything's happening Tattoo and she just clicking on her phone. I just couldn't help it because like I've no filter and I was just like she and I feel like I'm witnessing like like an iconic moment of you being classic Sheena sets laughing and then she fixed her eyelash like these new eyelashes. She glue them on with her like two inch nails and I was like Sheena. I am so impressed right now. I could barely white my asshole with nails like that. I can barely went my ass right now. Komo we have to lose weight when it's hard to wash her but she she told me she goes. She goes this guy like I didn't even remember making out with me me. And then he says that it was a bad make out. And she's like he's a he's it was she goes. I was really embarrassed about how her podcasts. From your is was fun was a good. Would you think about her very friendly with me okay. I think I'm not sure like a a host and I. It was her friend. was there too and she was kind of. I was interested in her shit and I did ask her. How she she did? Ask about me a little. That's kind of a nice overall like it was. I've had less. Positive interactions okay. But this was a very positive experience for me. You know what maybe I need to cut Sheena slack and say that like she can evolve and she can grow. She's been through a lot of shit but I also think so consistently Sheena balls to go on TV and admit that you bought a guy and Apple Watch and then he goes to do you like I'm scared. Ah Scared to admit if a dude doesn't like like my. Dm Right the fact she said that a national TV. There's something actually likable about that. So I have always thought that she was was the human equivalent of a back Tattoo but I guess she has one I think of course but you kind of just one hundred percents. I don't WANNA I don't WanNA explain it for that but yet but that's how it was but you don't want some back data fucking cool slip up where when I went to La. I was just. I found the La like plastic surgery thing. It was hysterical. I was laughing and get out. I was putting on the accent and I was like hey guys I'm writing a screenplay after go hiking and I'm working with my agent. I'm trying to get a new deal about like a story of a girl who's lost in the world but like wants to like could find passion and then I did like how girls laugh in l. a. and I just want like like their face doesn't move. Yes and I posted that right before I went into the PODCAST Machina. No no no outage like I remember sitting there being like Oh this is ideal posting time of what if she watches it. Whatever fuck it will be interesting so walk in and she is like asking me questions? Thousands of people asking her instagram she goes why are you hating on La so much. Oh Gee I kind of was like you know what like I think New York I said I make make fun of New York and make fun of Elaine. I'm again it's very different. I said I love a lot of La but do you think the culture's different and it's frankly funny. And then I was doing okay. I kind of was. She like annoyed because I feel like that's the stuff like I feel like she is like she's giving way more for self now on the show and I appreciate that and she has been for like the last couple of years job and stuff stuff. She admitted that she was like a i. I try to keep certain things private and it just hurt me. What was she came in private before? We'll you know so from what I know of. She now like from being her personally personally like she literally if it's not about her and she's not the center of attention. She gets very annoyed very quickly and she goes silent. It gets quiet and gets pissy and like kind of like has is a little bit of like a snip. Bit with US hard. When you're in an ensemble cast exactly especially Vanda? Pump is way more cast members than somehow also people with huge personality. So it's like you know your role you know. But that's what makes this show so good you put a bunch of big personalities together and they fight over ego so shouting and stuff that she probably could have been and then I also like remember number. Sorry I'm just GonNa say it. Kristen would like one time. Kristen said to me that like when she goes on watch what happens. Live like like Sheena and she knows mom also oh like watch Wa watch what happens live like religiously whenever any of the cast members are on they watch and like if she came up and Kristen didn't like a thousand percent. Don't have her back like Sh- kristen. We'll get a text from her being like you didn't have my back enough you didn't you didn't stick up for me enough and it's like who has time to worry about everything. Everything else is going on. So like the reason she doesn't like me is because when starchy quit vander pomp and she was living in New York. I would have her on my show on Sirius a lot and you know still Z.. Would say stacy things and Sheena like a Sheena must have a google alert on all the cast members or at least she used to because like she knew what everyone was doing in saying at all times I'm like at first. I was like insecure and pathetic. It's such a control freak but actually Kudos girl because like bats effort and I'm a that's where it work maybe to mom but also the world so I think she has her mom on it which you don't want maybe she does and then department wants to make fun of her like Mama's girl but then I'm like I'm the exact same way she has my Mama Giraffe all my dad was. I mean I like I would make fun of it but I like how close she is with her mom. Because that's what I if. My mom didn't work fulltime. I'd want my mom everywhere. My mom is I tried my manager so many times actually had I had. I had a mom. Can you know anything about each of them representing. Yeah I think that your mom did you. Are you drinking ten. Am Bill Monroe. Have that's your mom my mom so matty right now to call your mom actually. My mom apparently drinks. But I don't know why my mom was alcohol. So I know darkness is always a great source of comedy as you were learning. Now that you're in the comedy World Sheena I was. She opened up to me. She was like it's fucked up than the beginning he said goes back there and like that's my nightmare like once a guy tried to kiss me on new years. I felt bad night pushed him away and I was in junior high school and then he told everyone in. My High School is about when I pushed Tim away and I told her that and I was like it. Sucks especially national TV. She just like she could pretend she's better than everyone and I think she just kind of like she just throws was it all out there she does now. And so you don't. Actually maybe it's time for me to change my tune on Xinhua. They tore apart the first episode. She's immediately back at the like guys saying that she was too much. Gotcha like come on. Like how bad do you have a look like. That's I don't know that's my biggest insecurity has ever go on TV and guys being like UHF can hanash. That's my ego. Would I love how she went up to. The guy was like excuse me I heard exactly what you said. She confronted him old. She wouldn't have she would've talked in confessional she would talk behind his back actually cry boy crazy and she confronted it so you know what she's growing so I'll give her credit fun on twitter though they were like. If I have to hear Sheena say another guy shoot up with his or best friend. Lose my shoes I mean seriously okay. So Danner pump Premier what you think about it especially now that you're on reality notion ocean. My my thing is I was. Do you WanNa know what I texted page this morning and being very upfront because I text there. So what do you think of Andhra pump. Vander pump is my shit. I love it so much. I respect all them so much and I wanNa tell you my authentic reaction was because when I watch it. It's hard for me because I'm so in it especially now more than ever that I'm like I don't know if if I read this article about van appointment was like vinegar palm needs to have ended already and I was like I wanted to find the girl and just like Jello wrestle her shows have. We'll have a lifetime journey to them. Where like in the beginning? I mean they started so hot beginning. They want what's great about them. They went on the show. Not Knowing they'd be famous they actually wanted to do other things and this was just like a side Gig so good where like if they re Kasimov Andrew bump it would not be the same compared to real the old banner pump and they should start a new show for like Tom Tom or something but I I said honestly I said 'cause page was like what if they get like more new people and they start a thing at Tom. Tom And I was like the the what they need. Is Britney divorced Jack Arianna needs to start Hoopla and Schwartz divorced Katie. And I'll fucking watch that show. That's one Loki. He wants to happen like you're watching just like Oh my God maybe maybe Tom lose it and leave Katie. But because I'm not they close to. This is why I can't. I watched last night. I was texting saucy in bow and I wrote masterpiece life whatever and also this is like but like bomas on last season but goes on this season like he's a cast. I look Bo so funny. But he's very chill on camera. He's in a good way. He's not trying too hard. So what do you think of the new girl Dana Dr. I thought I was going to hit the new people I didn't. I'm still lukewarm on the guys but I liked the girl I like the girl I think to make out with Peter. I think she's lying yet. Also I think she does stand up comedy. Yeah I know that I I was like damage. She's still first Tinsley steals my tennis story story line now this girl stealing my standup storyline and I'm like Dm Her and tell her to stay in her lane. But I've this is the thing with the guys I don't like the one the guy starts starts off dissing Sheena regardless what issue you have your Sheena and how much you can hate her like she's an og. Don't start off agreeing. Og July a petty thing. She did something really wrong with you. started hot but not over a stupid kiss for and he's also not that hot and oh he's he's mad ivy the other guy. Hi Max not my type. I agree I'M I. I don't find the two guys good looking at all. I'm also a lesbian. It's hard design. Good looking guys who want to reality. TV V. and. That's why I think this summer house is going to be so good because they found the hottest guy I've ever met for some reason he likes. I mean I feel like you have him so whipped and I still don't think you've slept together. He texts me the last three nights to come mover to eat dinner with him. But like I'm kind of like it's a winter I don't we don't we're hybrid. I'm so I texted Chelsea bar said fucking masterpiece. Say I'm I'm watching this alone and keeps saying allowed quote. Those are my friends I know them and then both will keep watching. Hopefully we'll it will hopefully fully. It will help you lose your stage fright because you're going to be at our goddamn wedding. He's very worried because I get really nervous around reality. TV Cameras. I was at Summer House. I hid in the corner of the whole time through drinking somebody and then someone had to walk me to the cabinet like eight PM. Because I was so wasted so not a great moment and then also whenever. I'm whenever around better pump cameras. I literally hide in the corner. I am terrible tair rebel around re. It cares. I can talk my ass off on radio and podcasting. I'm so I'm not shy at all. I can go on stage and Deuce like it was like an opening set. I can't I used to perform in musical theater when I was little. I can host on camera. They'll see really they don't need anything from you but you know what I think it is I just I just think that I'm so pressure on you. I know but I think I'm just so deathly afraid of looking like the thirsty friend on a reality show like Pool B like you who backer. That's trying so hard. I like revert runaway opposite. Yeah but I really am scared. You can't control your angles on Reality Television and I've got off. Aw of things that I'm worried about is the perfect segue body image. Okay so new years is here. The or the New Year is here. Ashwani Ashwani. Let's Talk New Year resolution's In speaking of which so. I'm bringing this up because I just want to address it here. I address it on. The Taylor struck her. Show my radio show go till Shekar DOT COM and sign up for it It happened actually on the show then. Recently I did on my instagram story. And I'm an address it here and then I'm done with it okay PUT It out back. Yeah but I'm bringing it up because it addresses body image aging. I want to know what you think about this but mostly mostly I'm bringing this up because everybody who saw this old picture of me I got so many. DM's Hannah saying. Oh my God I thought this was Hanan Burner really really and you look gorgeous and people I did and people were like. Oh my God you look just like Hannah and I'm like no. Hannah looks like even I was ten years younger anger. Well how old are now. I don't you don't want no let me tell you what she can do it. I am going to be thirty thirty seven in February. You look like you're twenty. I love you I love you ever and always you okay so for me like I. I remember when I was your age I was like I'm never going to be one of those. The people who were at about age. Because it's just like a number and I'm like like whatever like just competent yourself. Hey guess what in your mid twenties late twenties shut shut up. Don't talk about aging body image issues because you know what you don't even know they'll fucking hathaway you gave yourself lisp when you're in your twenties. They call them. I love you Andrew. So but like that's the thing is aging real. Being a woman in aging is really hard hard. And I'm starting to really grasp and understand so I apologize. I used to be on the air as a twenty something year old or an early thirty year old. Like being thinking I had all All the facts. 'cause you're confident you know what society judges when you say a certain age. I have some friends who won't tell their age because they're like twenty three and they want to be respected acted like they're twenty eight. Well I remember when I was in my early twenty s because I was so young starting in radio radio is kind of like an older industry. podcasting young radio's old. And so I remember. I hated that that I was so young. Because I felt like people wouldn't take me seriously and now I wanna go beat the shit out of that stupid idiot and say enjoy being young beautiful thin thing year low twenty any seven and below. I considered everything I said in like a board room or wherever people talk about important things I just was like with grand salt. Like 'cause no one you're just a young girl you and it's like meaning now. They especially social media. I if anyone knows about it I mean now it's talk and who knows what the where that's going. I think it's a bunch of kids communicate. Now I'm here for it and I think that we need to get involved with the kids can't take over okay. I think that they have missed a communication going on on the those little dance moves. They're doing or some kind of symbols to take over and we're in trouble because they're smarter than us. They grew up with ipads at dinner. Why dinner I was trying trying to eat butter? These people is like when I was little I would go to dinner and I thought the foil was part of the butter. Probably did something wrong to my brain and now we're here Greta Greta Thurn Berg whatever. Yeah he's just a distraction started so they can take over the world. They're little tick tock moves and Greta Greta you respect old people. I actually can't get them respect for elders I I also I can't go on it because every time I go on. I got a crush on a thirteen year old. We don't talk about this on the. She told me ads conversation. But when you ask me to say my age I'm not ashamed of my age but you know what I'm scared because the industry we work if I if people know that I'm thirty seven Kevin. I'm thirty six but if people know that I'm almost seven they're going to lose respect for me or something which is so crazy. 'CAUSE when I was in my twenties I wanted to older people respect me honestly as women were totally totally fucked. Yeah Okay and that's the truth when we're young. No one takes US seriously. When we're older? We're no longer useful to society. I think of my age right now. I'm twenty eight. which is such a weird age because because when as a single person twenty-seven and single and someone says are date anyone say no they go honey? You have so much time. The second I turned twenty nine nine I know for a fact alarm bells are going to go off like whistle. Fuck average GONNA go insane. People are going to be like. Do you need intervention. What's wrong with you or you? Okay what I'M GONNA. 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O. T. three zero at thirty six almost thirty seven. I don't Own a house. I don't have children. I'm not married I'm divorced. It's like it and I also feel like money wise career wise. I think everyone's like you're crushing and I'm doing great but like I want to be doing bad taste. Tae Is thirty two who I'm an older woman. Luckily she likes them old and she likes Chubby. Okay so anyway okay. So speaking of speaking of a jolly good christm- okay. So I'm thirty seven so when on instagram. The ten year challenge came out I was enraged and furious and but I just kept it all inside and I I feel. Society is always pitting all women against each other and I felt like the ten year challenge men first of all they really do get better with age. It's so fucking unfair most of them but like with women. It's like the tenure challenge. That's a fun game unless like you're Jaylo or fucking Jennifer Aniston. It's like in what world will any woman really feel like. She looks her best ten years later men years later. Okay okay so I was like really I was. I was against the ten year challenge. I ignored it. It's fun you should 'cause if something's triggering you online don't yes I I'm twenty eight. I look so much better than I did it. Here's the thing this is what this who tenure challenges for. It's for women who are in their late thirties. Early forties maybe even fifties who like our genetic aliens. Yeah and look better now than they ever talks or whatever or even just age gracefully. If you're tall and thin you kind of age fucking awesome. I because as I look at my friends now who are like really spectacular like Taylor will never mind girl from. We'll never be unattractive so she's elegant will always be and because so she's fucking six feet tall in like a string bean you know. I definitely peaked in my late twenties early thirties. I I have like a young face I have. I have like a like a feminine body so for me agents going to be rough. I'm just saying you know what's crazy. My mom had I'd like was a curvy woman had me and I changed her body. Type you bitch. She snow but she said that she all the Touching my network. And you don't have to do the sleep with you Hannah. What's it called when you when you're breast with lesbians are thirsty? What are they came over here? I was like. Would you like to drink water. gatorade breath no So she said it's a one time that you can lose fat cells breastfeeding yet. And she's now the skinniest little thing. Oh then changed her body type into that like before. She was voluptuous. She lost her boobs. Lost about and she's a tiny little thing that's it I'm having babies and getting ready to what I'm telling you need to get predators or somehow Latina eggs are all dying. Bring up she again. My new best friend eggs she. So she's like I WANNA do again. We should have his voice voice. Yeah I froze my eggs. I want to do it again. I don't Know Jersey View I turning it sounded like Teresa giudice. Actually okay moving. Okay so tell your challenger was like I'm not participating I hate this it makes me feel really sad and triggered in bed anyway that so Over and like I am getting ready for SASKIA BOS wedding. I'm going to be on camera because I'm in the broader party so like I I don't like the way I look I'm losing the weight for me no Stasi boat and tell me I do know producers on banner pumps that I had to. It was like for me myself confidence. I WANNA feel like I'm at least a better version than I am right now. I might not be my twenty year old self but in the sad thing is in my twenty s I thought I was fucking fat. Of course ugly. So it's like never get to enjoy. Anyway I digress so anyway so I'm like you know the Christmas vacation is ending. I'm gearing up for like my like for real like okay. Time to start join weight watchers. Start working working out like I'm going to lose weight taking this dead as seriously and I was already my frame of mind like that and I got a text from my friend. Andrea Leventhal Paul. Who I knew years when you stop to reflect and say what do I actually have wanna be better right so and I feel like whether you want or not? On New Year's Day everyone starts thinking like you're vulnerable. You're it's a it's a bad day so Andrea and I I want to be clear. I Love Andrea so much. She is so fucking funny so fucking do without her. But I and she did this and I. I want to be clearly because I posted it and I tagged her and all of it like on instagram story. I don't want anyone to be mean to Andrew about this. This just like friends like this was a vulnerable moment. Had everything to do with mind securities interest family had nothing to do with Andrea. She's not mean she's not a bad friend Andrea just just is a very thin very tall very gorgeous woman. She's just a triggering person she can't she just is but the thing is. She's not deeply insecure. So she doesn't get Jack. Jack wasn't thinking now you were thinking. He wasn't thinking If I worked for myself and Taylor she was. NBA huge paranoid insecure ball of mess and disaster. Also she didn't lie. Why didn't she just stated a fact she? Just send me a picture. That's IT Andrea. Didn't face tune in Andrew is set. My God did she. Student Andrew sent me a picture on New Year's Day she said Oh gee photo dot to dot happy New Year. And there's a picture of me when I was I. I don't know how old but the picture pops up and I address is gorgeous. It was that's what I noticed the cheapest thing in the world all the time. Oh my God I love that dress. I know miss that addresses pill because it was like box. Yeah anyway so I when I saw it shook me to my core because I don. I don't ever remember looking or feeling that skinny but I am fucking tiny boobs. I have no broad. They are fucking like amazing. Where were you in your life? Are you married are you. What's your deal? So in my life life so so she says she says photo and I immediately wrote back. You've just pushed me into a whole depression L. O.. L. and Shiro back two thousand nine exclamation point so what was happening was every wasn't didn't think too. I know every what happened with everyone's computer. FACEBOOK is like remember this day and so on the on unlike New Year's Oh it was the ten year trigger on everyone's like social media apps and so- Andrea had these pictures on her facebook page. This was her book Party Party that I was at because I was like I wrote a book. Ten years ago. Andrew's written like three bucks got even know. I knew that. Yeah sure to Cosmo you've Now for so long so she just saw a memory and it probably dinner with Mike. I'm like what's wrong with her. What she scours the Internet for pictures pictures of me? When I'm young I went crazy in my brain was like crying? But meanwhile no it was from her fucking book parties so all of them popped up. You're probably send end a bunch of photos do people yeah. She said she said if that would make. You should've seen them when I set my other friend Wolf. He's like I have to an apology tour anyway. So she said two thousand nine so when I saw two thousand and nine my my head immediately went ten ten year challenge. She just tenure. I'll challenge and you back. I graduated high school fucking. So we'll now you're the one that's in trouble so I go back to her. I'll stab that tenure challenge in the throat. Okay and missile violent. Your boobs are fire Mogae and then. She says she didn't say worse. She said are she said yes she did and she said I bet they're even even better now. which is a lie? But I love for you know what I would argue. TV likes you better now. Oh Hi girl thanks. I said so much worse. This thing is I thought I was fat here here and she said I know you did okay. So then like she a great little back so then she and then she sent pictures of herself like from that year to. She looks exactly because as she looks exactly the same honestly I think she looks better so she she. I mean she's always adorable honestly looks exactly say exactly. So it's a thing to like any girl listening right now who maybe is like in middle school or high school. What are you listening to? H- I'm telling you bear calling your mom do you your homework and my mom's going to call your mom No but like I feel like when Taylor felt like this. I'm sure Andrew did tall girls probably fell really lanky and awkward. And like maybe not that attractive but you know what you'll get 'em all ladies in the end because the lanky tall skinny girl she's fuck can H- age like twenty five on she taught for fucking ever forever but I didn't WanNa do realize that this is your own fucked up mind. Yes I do not the overall I want to be clear. It's not true so this thing so I posted an instagram. And I want this whole tired about you. Do not enroll your friend. The ten year challenge the ten year challenge is bad and I suck my butt and stuff like that Suck Moba Talk Mumbai. which is my catchphrase? So I just trademark tried imbed. It's actually not that. Actually I wrote in. Tehran and Instagram loved fun. I know only doing apparently or the genzyme they love a little butler. Keep you guys posted. Thanks oh she's young but I want to know. Maybe I'll be like you guys. I'm thirty seven but Taylor Donahue but every night you suck each others butts by putting the butts together and farting talks in the other person's part. Okay I need to like find sick and had I want to know something though. Where's your mind? I in this two thousand nine picture that you're so jealous up like what was the situation where I I I was nine. I must have been I started my show in two thousand six. Oh and it was still with cosmo radio so early on. I was having a really hard time on the radio show show. I felt like nobody took me seriously. I would have my news. Tried sheet this show for me shark. Fired every fucking time and I was probably dating or maybe newly engaged to what's been yeah engaged. 'cause we got married and I don't have a ring in that you can't see my ring. It's fucking huge You would have been able to see your ring in two thousand ten. We got married summer up so photo. Today has accused impulse. I literally just thought that but then or now like you always do. This was like look at her. dimples are so cute so anyway I had like a mental breakdown and all my fault not Andrews. There's nothing wrong thank you. There's nothing wrong with Anderson. We have fucking picture that popped up in her phone. What's wrong is me in my mental issues? My Self esteem my my body image. But you know what's so sad. I've I finally looked away. I've always felt swear to God and I like this girl right here. The skinny girl. This girl always felt chubby. I knew I had like good boobs at that point and I knew skinny arms flat stomach but I but all countries I have ugly knees. I have a big huge Stein. People come on knees. He's no one has nice knees. There's not no one's like look at prisons needs fucking hot potato Donna. Here's the hottest knees. He's angered by her knees. Her new campus just so angula just put some ooh just put some. What is it called highlighter on the kneecap and just Taylor Taylor? We'll get all wet but what I realized was you know so Andrews Not at Fault for sending me a picture. What what the issue is the tenure challenge exists? Okay so so I automatically started thinking about that so i WanNa talk about the ten year challenge really like in general. This is a departure from Andrea Engineer. Cool I fucking love her. We're all good This is about you know what like things the challenge what they do to women you know. I really feel like I feel like instagram is kind of society. And so I feel like the only people who benefit from from the tenure challenge our Jennifer Lopez like women who look great for their age right or like twenty five year olds who or like. I had braces on glance when it started is the twenty five twenty six year old girl. They're posting how they looked when they're fifteen and like when I was eighteen I went to college cut my hair and bleached reached for thirty six dollars like that would be a funny tenure challenge challenges funny for seven years warning. I don't care to do it just because I don't think people care what I look I. I don't really care here. Ten years ago like who cares. I'd rather do a funny tweet. But I don't know I just feel like I- social media is just so fucking destructive you know also back then. People didn't have tons of photos that everyone could look at from ten years ago right. Maisy was in the bottom of your mom like photo album that she keeps under your bed so I was feeling like so I feel like so I look at this and then I'm like you know what don't let it destroy you right. Let it motivate me. I really should. The thing is I was looking for pictures to post like be like well. This is the tenure challenge. I'm going to do it now. Yeah and I actually found some fucking hot picture myself. That were just from three months ago. Granted granted I was on tour so I had on my snatched outfit. Yes my hair. Makeup was dead. Yeah I mean some people would argue that the La- The pants were in great for those one or two people but I don't agree with and so we have now that we didn't have back in the day speech grant sailed her the Greenfield. There's just knocked my teeth out but at the maker I would I think about is in that photo. You were starting your career and you weren't getting as as much respect you were falling in love with someone long person in like it wasn't right for you when you had all these societal factors already on you. You weren't that confident in yourself. You don't even like how. Oh you looked fast forward to now you found your soulmate. Your career is now more successful than ever an independent in the beginning of something. You're in this day dope sick mother other fucking apartment. Because I don't know adjectives. How apartment should be described? and Oh you want to lose some weight. You know what. That's actually the easiest thing. You can do finding soulmates way harder yeah finding career way harder paying versus apartment much harder losing some way Yam. You can do that. That's why when I see that photo. It's like yeah she just needs to work out for like six months and like cut. Her Diet was posting it on instagram. To like sh tell the story because it was fucking great content. Pain is great contents. I was like Oh my God everybody stand of Interior. I'm definitely GONNA use it but so internet we're talking about it on the Tiller sucker show and then people's Interest you have to post a picture later today and I was like of course I will so I did and but even when I was posted a picture I was nervous like I was like everyone all my followers. All my new friends. That didn't know me back. Then they're all GonNa look at me and be like wow what happened. That's what I thought it's funny as it's like no one's GonNa look at you differently if anything they're going to be just like no more about you and be like. Oh Oh cool. That's what it looked like before. Then I had this thought where I was like you know. Oh my God I'm past my peak like I let myself go. Oh this leg truly heartfelt I let myself go. I don't eat well I drink too much. I literally like I mean I. I literally don't work out. I don't have a skull in my entire body and I no. Those aren't good things but it's like I feel like during the best years I I had. I let it go and now I'm terrified like can I ever get even remotely back there therapies. Is You for a second please. And also I wanna say this real quick. My mom is so beautiful she is. I feel like for a long time when I was younger too for granted. And and even now like when I'm not taking uncared self I'm like whatever my mom's beautiful but it's like Mo my mom did work out and diet and like doesn't drink as much as me so I can't just bank on genetics and whenever people see pictures of my mom there I was like Oh my God. That's your mom and this is what I hear. What were you like at dinner? Something you look. Nothing like her but no one saying that to me. Oh so knowing says that I say to me why the fuck are you saying that. I felt like that's a bully. Boys were bullying you saying what I hear is. That's not your mom like that's your mom. You look nothing like her. Your mom your mom so beautiful. Because I'm like well I was beautiful. Don't you think people will be like. Oh my God you guys has looked just a line. No no one's just because you're hot doesn't mean you're sixty five seventy year old mom hot people. She's freaky good look even even Darren carps girlfriend Carson semi attacks. Because she was like I. I didn't know you had a brother so I did like a deep dive stock. Here's your she's like. Your mom is a smoke. Show your your mom and dad should be in a land's end commercial. They're so fucking hot but what I heard was Oh my God. I can't believe how hot your Mama's because like your daughter Carson did not say that yes. I want to be clear. This is Taylor's chatter but also what you have to realize is that isn't you. That's the negative voice in your head that your job is to figure out why your self hating Ding his eating too much and drinking too much. Yeah and not working out is a form of self hate that so my therapist said so. Are you saying that they're deserting gone back into it. Okay perfect perfect. Because that's what I was gonNA. I'm also going to start Zoloft. I was GonNa say I'm going to die I'm twenty milligrams of an anti anxiety pill because I think a lot of people in creative industries our brains are a lot and my anti anxiety pill has helped quiet the noise. That isn't authentically me. It's like coaches growing up like the worst things. People have ever bullied before. And that's that annoying roommate in your head that is your ID. Heidi it's not you talking right so for you. It's literally like realizing that you're in such a great place right now and but then realizing okay then. Why am I doing these like self sabotage and behaviors for myself right okay? So let's say we get zoloft kicks in therapies working and I'm working out in a losing weight and feeling better. I still feel like as a woman who's going to we then like thirty seven. I'm still gonNA feel like like maybe like I. I don't have as much value as I once had. Because I'm an older version region of myself and that makes me so sad and I don't know is that my fault partially is it's Society's fault I think definitely isn't this industry. I don't know I mean you're younger than me so I know this is difficult. No but it's it's not difficult because as a twenty eight year old who's starting comedy career. I'm like okay so I have like Seven years until on thirty five and that I mean Nicky Glazer's thirty. She looks good. She looks amazing. And she's like kill her her moment right. Now let me let me let me let me go back. She career so fucking amazing. I'm so fucking proud of her. I was with her the day and I was like I was New Year hilarious. But like you are hitting your stride us and like thirty six but also she looks fucking fucking good. Yeah she looks amazing well my and but she also has her own body issue. She's talked about on my podcast. Burning in hell subscribe rear view. Yes so she. She has her own issues but the point is is that I'm like I've seven years seven years not a long time. Seven years goes by second so I tell me about it. I'm thinking okay then I'm thirty five and then I have like my point. Is that true. We have to change society thinks of older women. How do we do that? We just if you can see her. Are you can Chelsea lately. Okay because this is the thing is like I can't Jalen can't be the thing that we see because she is she's a genetic freak. Yeah okay like not Jennifer Aniston on these women are not aging normally. Diane Keaton Meryl Streep I mean being dead serious you know but like key words fuck internal next in the summer man man. She feels the pain that I'm feeling right now. But also they're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to take care of but then that's your thing angry. You're not ugly. You're poor. I other girls get some dollar bills and figure it out and then I start to go. I shouldn't have gotten divorced. Rich Guy got all surgery in the world was socially acceptable in his world to get get all the money in the world. It just think we need to start thinking like in the perspective. I don't want to say be like a man but in the perspective of I wanted by the time I'm like like forty. I WANNA have like a production company or like whatever. I'm going to have my family like I'm GonNa do things that because right now I can do things that I won't be able to do what I'm forty five. I can be like the hot girl on a Reality Show Caney Ping and people think it's cute when you do that. When you're fifty people are really going to call the police? Please leave this party worried. And but your diaper back on. I what I can't do now is i. Don't have the respect to like have have A. I mean I could do a production company but don't have the wealth behind it so like I just think over time we realize how age is beneficial for us and I do think like I was inspired to start comedy because of Chelsea Chelsea Handler. Yeah and her Chelsea lately show and she was like I don't know forty five or forty thirty eight fuck. I don't know she just. She's on her twenties right. It Cummings Gorgeous amazing using like of course but surgery but the point. Is it a plastic surgery. Plastic surgery is. I think it's about being confident in yourself. And it's like the mentality approach the world within the world will learn from energy that you put out if you go in and you're GONNA be here. I don't know you're GONNA have a fucking television show soon. And you're going to be running it. And what what I. Just I'm cooking show you manifesting manifesting also. Nobody you know what I think. Will I really. We'd better get chronic. And because I'm getting old no I really thoughts I have. I'm I am a just against Feis. You're so I'm not agents Augist hist against other women who are older. I admire them and look up to them. Yeah yeah this is. I can't blame society and I have taught me. Hopefully you're not even trying signed like attract men which is hilarious. You're like like your girlfriend is thinking. The house thing ever happened which she she definitely has any mentally wrong with us. We're GONNA whenever whenever she's like you're beautiful. It was like what's wrong what's wrong with you. Why would you love what he loves me? These are all things that I hope. We're GONNA pack and your therapist can handle I was GonNa say Oh also TV. I'm like Shit. I wish I started this whole thing at like twenty the three not twenty eight. No because when I was twenty three I was insecure. I'd no idea it was going on. I'd no idea who I was and I would have fucked it up. I would have been like a I. I would have been so scared. Defied let everyone walk all over me. I needed to wait 'til can you just trust that the universe knows what you're ready for and you will do do it like I just want you to have some more trust and a little less anger towards yourself. Yeah I know I'm trying to work wise. Oh I'm trying to work my Leon threatened because you're younger. Could you look like me ten years ago and you're wiser than me. I kinda WANNA be friends. Take from ten years ago she was like where's that uh-huh hanging out with her to be on this. I I might not like tape from ten years. I think I was sucked. Ten years ago I was I was privileged. I was spoiled. I was entitled entitled and I was. I was lying to myself. I didn't. I've always been like filterless an honest but my truth wasn't the truth. Yeah so I was but sometimes I'll have to and you thought the truth was people reach out to me like after the divorce and then when I started digging tae and they were like you've been lying to the radio I'm like bitch to remind yourself when the divorce divorce I was thirty two. You went through the hard part already like you were really more. I say when I looked at my house. Yeah that sounds terrible. That time it was awful but also liberate but also dude. I'm I'm telling you get a fucking sponsorship from like one of these cool companies that helps with weight loss but also you don't want to have a diet culture. Do you WANNA diet for the rest of your show Get back to your normal and get a new routine. When I was in my early twenties? I was obsessed with the scale on the number and scale. I WANNA be a hundred fifteen pounds. I was like a nine hundred ten one hundred nine. I wanted to be and I was never that I was at my thinnest. Maybe maybe one nine thousand nine hundred twenty maybe okay and I was always focused on that number in my head. Ed and I feel like what happened was after the wedding and then I started gaining weight like now I look back. I wish I weighed what I when I was like panicking and then then I think it started to eat to keep my husband away from me. Sorry was been but I think it was conscious. I wasn't doing on purpose. Emotional and then I and then when I got divorced I dropped a bunch each and I was like feeling really good about wearing jeans. Shorts and bootees. How'd you drive with a new lesbian anxiety and fear of coming out but I remember I felt good when people said I look good? I knew I did. Even though the number on the scale was not one twenty I was like I look good. I think this is my happy weight. And then from there. I know you were Deborah's even their gained like thirty more pounds maybe even more and that's like love weight and also self-loathing weight and also lazy and complacent weight and so but like the thing is I had the pendulum swing from one direction to the other super far because now I think I do have perspective. I do know dissuades insane. I'm at emergency but I don't need to be wedding. Wait ever again to be valuable like I can maybe lose twenty thirty. Maybe maybe forty pounds. Maybe that's too much I don't know but like I'm embracing what my natural body you hit the nail in the head or you said to feel valued valued because everyone just said I want this to feel valued like what weight should I be to feel valued and it's like I said that. Yeah you just said I didn't even I auto 'cause in my head. I was thinking she needs to she wants to. You wanted to be rich to feel valued and then you realize I don't need that and then you're like okay. I I need to be famous to feel valued you got that. And now you're like I need to be skinny again to be valued that's all bullshit valley yourself and it'll all come into place. No actually I don't think you're listening to what I said was I need to be young again to be valued your Taco bell on Mall Car Diet. Also when you're young dude I hate my twenty s twenties are the words. No they really expect you to do coke all the time and I think I'm tired I I can't wait for people to be like. Oh she's older. We probably shouldn't ask you to go. I want to be answered. I am still at the phase where people like your fucking going home. It's three and yeah I hate you all a heat. It like I'm done with the twenty S. I want to embrace. Also thirty are thirties are the tits. I'm very scared about the forties and I WANNA be clear. This is not me. Judging you. If you're in your forties i Taylor Strecker m having an I like I like a midlife crisis. I guess that's what I'm in the mood. I just I think life is hard like I need age. I can't do this forever. Okay speaking of which and I love you by the way and you have to listen to his podcast. It's called burning joining in hell because Hannah talks about her anxiety and everybody else depression anxiety. Why she's so why because she's been through so much pain professional advice? It's just shit talking. Uh Oh and it's very funny because Hannah's also a comedian. Follow her on Instagram at being burns. We're not done yet before I let you go. So what is the five year. Plan your twenty eight so when you're thirty two where do in five years. Where do you see yourself what you want? I'm going to tell you what it is but I do want to just preface it by saying five year plans or limiting. I think that like I have more questions. They limit your dreams. I have follow up questions. You don't have to yell at me right now. I'm speaking very calmly. And you're attacking me anyway so I think my okay. Ideally at thirty two. I'd like to have my significant other. I'd like to have my person I'd like to have that figured out I'd like to own a home. I like to own the home and I'd like to just have like right like a career I'd like to have like a team of managers agents that I'm working with and just have like projects that I'm working taking on and like having like big deals like oh a big show or big whatever just working on big things and having lots of cats. What's the ultimate net goal? The ultimate goal is For me to this sounds Corny but to find someone that I want to enjoy the rest of my life with and have something that fulfils me every day that I'm inspired to do. That's so sweet. It's really some immature. It's really simple simple because like I don't think like awards or like a TV show or anything's GonNa bring me happiness. It's about dislike continually being inspired by things wanting to do it. You are wise beyond your years. Katy Cat Oh my God thank you and now I wanna see I wanNA put my cat. What would you do if you weren't doing this if I wasn't it all ended? If if the if the if summer house gets cancelled your podcast got cancelled if like the entertainment world the combination workout. If that went away what would you do. I asked myself this question every day. That's why I asked him I mean it's funny. Because I'd WanNa do something creatively like I would. I would if I'm like done. Let's say like more retirement type Shit. Well done it gets ripped away from me like right when I got fired from CNN to make money. Like I didn't have to make money. I would just paint In like a beach house with like lots lots of animals like cows goats like animals and then like a sex slave when I need to get dicked doubt but if it all got away now look out for mayor go back on the tour. Play some tennis now. I fucking hate that Dude I just want to entertain in Crete Shit. I would want to be an artist and some capacity to what right answer because there is no plan. B If there's no snow fucking that makes people successful with business. There is no plan B immediately agreeable for. CAN'T DO PODCASTS video package. I just need a microphone and that's where I feel feel joy so recently I was like I'm GonNa go back to school and I'm going to get my degree. I can be like a licensed therapist or like a social worker. When did you know that is a tears it probably going to be like my patients current? I'm like enough about Jewish about me. You'd be like girl you're about to be thirty five. Oh you know what happened and you WANNA kill yourself. No Plan B's or bad. I like that. You don't plan B because you're playing a wack. I like watercolors I think what you like. Artistic medium ever ladder calling like naptime oils loser. Anyway I somehow managed to turn myself into Sheen on this podcast and make it all about me Hannah burner. I Adore you. Think you you guys. Have you interviewed door mean you like summer house in February fifth. Check out the trailer. I've washed absorbing times I've got a one year life so theresa it I cry in the end of it. No but what did you in the very thing that yes I go. Carlin's you're banging. Yeah it's a lot you're watching in yourself and it's like cringe but then I'm like people entertained at least hope we'll hand. When I first met you I hated because he ate a scone on the air it was straight disrespect and I looked look did you is well I did it and then I realized you were at batches and I thought I could use this girl? So how'd you back on the show. Then you got. Then you left. Batches coaches go fire fire from badges. We could say and then I was like Oh. She's not useful to ninety dollars and then I thought Oh is thank thank God somebody else. I know that got fired. I love her sore soulmates. Because I know what that feels like and then you got cast in Summer House and I was just like. Oh she's back. You know after scone gate I called Michelle said how do you think I did. And she was like I think she can like I think you do well but you can tell that you agree and I want those for some ever did radio and I wanted to pretend that I do it all the time so you would have me back and she and I was like what gave it away and she goes. I don't think you're supposed to eat like dry patients and then choke on our for two hours straight into the Mike and I was like God. I just want to look like I knew what I was doing. So I'm GONNA casually discount really impressed this girl. I love you so much. Thank you for having pigmy on. I love you so much. I'm so proud of your career and you so deserve it Hannah. You're so fucking town too. You're so good on summer house so I can't wait for you are such you're growing and rising comedian. And you are. I mean the future is so fucking bright and also your Soga podcasting and you're so smart in the way you approach things. I remember when you came on the radio. Show you learned from me master. Thank you for my coach and then you like had this show but you were just like I'm just GonNa like sleep in and do reality. You're like no I'm GONNA have a platform. I'm going to start a podcast by the time the show airs. podcast up running you fuck an editor and podcast you book it. You work so hard you I mean. Gene millennials have a bad reputation. You are the shining light. That is the millennial. Molyneaux should all die you. I'll let you live now. I love millennials. Does I am not because I'm older I'm just pointing at me. I realize you don't fight the younger generation time this shit. I speak of silver climbing If you WanNa see me Andrew Collin who's been great on this podcast. He shows episode and he isn't Wa Gascoyne Puddles he We have a show that sold out at the sand and in January. Can I come back. I don't know it'll be tough to get you got if we show on Feb in February as well so you can get tickets with February show and I'm in DC This January twenty second. Get tickets there's a couple of left and also guys like I said burning in hell fantastic podcast and hunter Samir. She's hysterical at being burns. And you can catch her every Monday Albatross shirker show and you also need to start full co hosting more because the this is magical. I Love Review. Oh I love you because that's it for us to follow me on social media at Taylor's trucker and also make sure to rate review and subscribe to the podcast. Tell your friends. Let's spread this shoot. Shoot around the world help me get confident needs affirmation and like I don't know if the weight loss can happen and I definitely can't go back in time like Benjamin Button and get younger so the only thing you guys is that I have to be rich so help maybe rich I love you all. I'll be back next week bye bye.

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K The Good Way

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

24:19 min | 2 years ago

K The Good Way

"Brought to you by Scots urologic beating this summer, but with one more feeding this fall with Scott's turf Bill, winter guard, your grass will be greener stronger and more resilient both now and next spring, it's the perfect time pick up a bag today. These these baseball tonight scoreboard. BUSTER only. This is the baseball tonight scoreboard for Thursday, September twentieth two thousand eighteen coming up. The Yankees spoil the Red Sox celebration. Again, Jason kipness reaches a big milestone in a big way and the dodgers continue to dominate the rodeo. Let's get to it. The first page. In Los Angeles, Wednesday night, the Rockies desperately trying to salvage the final game of their series against the Los Angeles Dodgers in early on in Desmond, gave them the lead in a fastball bullet right back up to middle through by Ian, Desmond LeMay. You scores around third racing home, DIVY across home. Plate is doll, stopping at second is par and a clutch two out. Two run single in Ian, Desmond gets the Rockies on the board here in the first that must have felt good for the Rockies now moment by the way Roxy Bernstein with that call on ESPN radio, but they were facing the guy's been the dodgers best pitcher here over the last six weeks in Walker bueller. So the Rockies take a two old lead in the bottom of the second inning. The dodgers cut into that hat drills, one, deep field way back, not even watch. Way up the bleachers and gone. Homerun. What are you for camp of the divers are on the board. It's two one rocky a comeback season for Matt camp. The dodgers were tied the score in the bottom of the fifth dosier line to two leftover toward left center on the move. As part gets by all the way to law. Picking up on the warning track is a left fielder par around. Third here comes Hernandez. He realized for designate. Most played Hernandez diets, hope weight. And does your steps out at it with an RBI double the tie the game nice moment for Brian dosier who it seemed like last weekend with someone who's gonna lose playing time for the dodgers as a season along because he'd been really struggling valve Walker bueller after that first, any trouble he settled in the one to McNabb. Struck out ninety eight from bueller. Well, strikeouts for water bueller. My friend Peter gammons tweeted out in a critical forty day stretch Walker bueller made six starts versus the Rockies coordinators Diamondbacks for a post-season spot in that time. Forty and a third innings twenty hits five or runs twelve walks in fifty two strikeouts a one point. One, two ERA playing against those contenders. He's been terrific. It was still tied to all bottom of the seventh inning. When Dave Roberts called on Yasser Puig to pinch hit. Swinging drive deep centerfield back. Center. AM seal. Three run Homer. Doctors lead five, two again, Roxy Bernstein on that call the end of the night after the dodgers held onto that lead in one five to two, they hold a two and a half game leads in the goat rodeo, the nationally west. Dave Roberts talked about the sweep of the Rockies is this game. The series was emblematic of our ballclub how many people had their hands in this series to help win three games Yossi l. to be able to put him in a leverage spot and to be prepared for that moment and to come through was huge. Obviously. Now you can go on and on about different guys doing different things, but Yossi ELS nationally play of the year last year and just to be understand to not get the start, but be ready when called upon. All all the credit goes to him. In please last seven games. Twelve hits in twenty three at bats with six homers in twelve RBI. We'll be talking with Keith law about, yes. Yup. League on the baseball tonight podcast. In about a really interesting question, the dodgers have about whether to tender him a contract in this off season, the Diamondbacks playing the cubs, the Diamondbacks trying to crawl back into contention the cubs in first place in the National League central. But early on the Diamondbacks took control. I pitch to Amos drilled a deep center field and that ball is gone. By Walker and a green bag leader on the first grade Solti Arizona's sport's ninety eight point seven FM that Diamondbacks role from there. They win nine to nothing. Robbie Ray six innings one hit an eight strikeouts. He's doing all with a one point, five, two ERA in the month of September the Diamondbacks at the end the day six games behind the dodgers in the west, a Padres in the giants into the second inning. San Diego exploded grounder right side. The White House will be around. He comes throw from pants that'll be close in hospital is in Saint Louis. Taken thirties ways Padres on the board. It's now three to one giants on Tom. Voice Banja Jabbar driving in a run. Is it the corners? Nobody out and Galvez sets what Troy left. Centerfield on the move is Anna's elegant down. Will score standard third on the RBI single. For pretty gal, that's it's a long run game answer the three to leave of the Padres getting teabag still with nobody out. In the second hand. And Largo takes the other way to rate. Hence going back to make the catch tagging. Third, come Spanish averred. He will store this game his time. Padres get three back very quickly in the bottom of the second inning. It's three, two, three, two down JABA since going position at second top of the order won't Myers coming up. His days back at all. It's going on. Two run shot for wool buyers and the Padres. It's a five, three. And for well, Myers, eleven homers this season. The Padres beat the giants in this game eight to four Donner Ciller with those calls on Fox Sports, San Diego. The Mariners and the Astros Robinson canot gave the Mariners the and the top of the first inning stretch and the pitch swing in a line drive to left field. This what is going to be off the glove of Riddick. The ball gets behind him. Hannibal scores girl. Now to third, he'll make it. They're Robbie Canoas on it first base and the Mariners have a one. Nothing lead regret seven, ten ESPN. Seattle looked. Alice Geico has been generally terrific since the middle of June, but it was a rough store form on Wednesday night. Looked at clinch the American League West, here's the stretch and the three to swinging allied sat off a title, the ball, bounces, all the way deep into right field here comes, could all onto score and the Mariners have a three, nothing lead. Robinson now attack on in the top of the fifth inning. When that east by really good margin, here's a pitch on the way swinging align shot into left center field that's down for a base hit all the way to the wall sliding stop by marina over to third Haniger being waived in the throwing cut off by solace, the relay to the plate Haniger slides and ES safe at home. And cousin, Kyle would help to finish off the Astros the pitch swing this cloud way. Highway deep is gone right field up to the second deck. Tile Seeger was some thority is twenty. Second of the season was absolutely mashed, and it's now six, nothing Mariners. Yeah, boy, the Astros home crowds are great, but they were just silenced in that moment. Tough night for Houston. They lose nine to nothing. Seven pitchers combined to five hit Houston in this game for Seattle, the Orioles, the Blue Jays somebody had to win. The Orioles did with help from DJ Stewart. That what is deed? Will it stay fair way back down the line and homerun k. batting them. Store deliver the loan ball. Onto the flag cord. And the Orioles have a one, nothing lead. Gary Thorne on mass in. Yes. They mentioned final score two to one Baltimore's eight. Nine hitters had four hits all others in this game combined for six. It's the end, the ends and the White Sox Indians of course rolling into the postseason. We talked to Jordan bastion of MLB dot com. In on Wednesdays podcast about what the Indians have to do with a checklist moving forward. Trevor Bauer will make a start for them on Friday night. They're preparing for his return to the rotation for the postseason as last night's game played out. The White Sox had a one. Nothing lead in the bottom of the night. Dinning. Jason kipness came to the plate with nine hundred and ninety nine career hits. And this is what happened here comes. Jay six guests. You know, it's funny, Josh is soon as I saw this. This happened last night. I was like, I can't wait to hear Tom able Vince call WTN eleven everything. You want it to be and more every time you can't help, but smile every time you hear, Tom Hamilton make great call like that. And it just every time it happens. It makes me more and more want the Indians to win the World Series on a walk off home run because actually see Tom's head explode and although we'd miss him, I know he'd want to do that too. Exactly. And I, I didn't look up this morning who the White Sox catcher was, but Tom's description of a no doubt or is exactly right as soon as kipness swung the White Sox catchers had dropped us. I like, oh, no. So the Indians win that game four to one Jason kipness spoke with Fox Sports. Oneal about that moment. Artem telling them out your first career hit a walk off home versus the angels. Thousand. It's a home run. How does that happen? I don't know. As Mike still work is the question. We're back. Okay. We're getting used to that. How does that happen? I don't know. There's a knack for some certain numbers with me right now. The first head hundred home run inside the park is just weird. Something happens in beginning, I started to think about what might be walk off hitting the first NFL be pretty cool for you. We keep talking about, okay, guys have clinched. How nice is they have this type of atmosphere? All zero zero game one. Nothing just to have the the temperature up a little bit. Exactly. This is a great win tip accountable. Starting pitchers who basically spent. This came about seven. Any covy was he was a step forward tonight. He was very difficult on the whole lineup, and cookie Caplis ended the whole time and. What we do, those play all ninety any we did. We let on them. So they broke mindset in that at bat, he hits Gomer. The bases are loaded first pitch up. He's throwing hard per strike against you as a change up. What's going through your mind now at seen it though? That's what I've been feeling kind of go to play a little bit. I wanna take swing on nuance had a short sling last couple of days. Saudi wanna get too big. I want to let it gets to that. Change of one is make sure balanced type of thing. Andrei. Not with that terrific interview does a great job for Fox Sports, Ohio. Jason kipness is slugging five fifty six in the month of September made adjustment at the plate injustice. The Indians have made his changes, Josh Donaldson playing third base kipness moving to the outfield. He is on fire, Carlos Carrasco reference there. Six two-thirds innings one earned run and eleven strikeouts. He's within nine of matching his career high of two hundred and twenty six strikeout said last season that courting to the note sent to us by a friend, Kyle Safi the brewers in the reds, Hazies Aggie lar- had himself a night and the pitch do, hey, sues Hagler balancer back up the middle base hip the net all troll and any RBI appeal Basit one that nothing brewers against Harvey fly off. Chevalier reunion, three run, hey, sue, secular four. Nothing to walk. Those calls on six twenty WTMJ the brewers win seven, nothing. How about you Gonzales? He's pitching well, sit joining the brewers, six innings to its northern runs last night, the pirates in the royals in Adam. Frazier, got a big hit for the pirates. The bottom of the fifth. Chessel finish over this year. Ranger out to right center gone. Frazier's home run in the parrots back guns. ATT sports nets with that. Call the pirates win to two one. Chris Archer, his first victory in more than five weeks. He threw seven innings allowed one run and struck out eight. The Phillies and the Mets retired skins is wrapping up a good season. No score of the first to pitch coming and Hoskins swings pits at high to write this. We've got a chance back is nemo at the wall, and it is gone. Clears the outta town scoreboard in res Hoskins with his thirty. Second of the year has put the Phillies up one that I think. He's got France, key sports radio ninety, four WIP Dougal Herrera pitched in the one out swinging high, fly ball, deep right field that goes to the Wally. Let's up it is good. Why carried it carried it made it over the out of town scoreboard into the seats. The two run shot, bro. Doodle run number twenty, two on the season and the Phillies dally three, nothing. They shut out the Mets Ford and nothing Zach eflin with five of those innings. The raise in the Rangers. Tommy fan got a big hit for the team that never loses one bowl, two strikes. Here's a swing drive to the left centerfield turning looking to to the wall. Good, homerun. Tommy fan with a multiple Homer game, and it's nine, three raise the eighth. Tip obey wins nine to three over the last four or five weeks or so. They've been the best team in baseball. There's still a ways away from getting close to the Oakland Athletics in the New York Yankees in the American League wildcard, chase the Braves in the cardinals Braves closing in on the National League east title and FREDDY Freeman who leaves the National League in hits tacked onto that file. In the bottom of the fourth innings stretch the pitch Freeman hits. Hard left center field back-end watching it sail into the seats center fielder baiter slept that pitch up. Took it up, fat away and Freeman with another hit in this series. That's his twenty-third Homer. He now has ninety one Rb is the Braves strike I? It's to nothing Don Sutton, six eighty. The fan of Braves, win the game seven to three FREDDY Freeman, a three hit effort. He now has a hundred eighty two on the season, the twins in the Tigers in the top of the second inning. The twins built elite that is piece to left field another to strike single snoring. Another run at student. I'll turn bowl leaving a pitch up right there. Look like a slider. Adrianna picks up an RBI his thirty seven of the year as Kepler mix to nothing lead. Dick, firmer. Burt bly living on the twins television network, Minnesota wins eight to to the athletes facing the angels. And this was a blowout one-two online in the center coming on. His trout is to take that on bounce, and that will score wholesome. Third, second, third, Scotty, Laureano -joyed Sephardi singles on a one to pitch teeth. RV I and it's five, nothing Oakland. Vince Petroleo describing the parade of runs that happened in this game on ninety five point seven. The game final score was ten to nothing. Stephen piscotty with his twenty fifth Homer of the year. He drove in five Brett Anderson got the win six and two-thirds innings, three hits and zero earned runs in Yankee Stadium on Wednesday night, the Red Sox. Again, trying to clinch the American League east, but early on, they fell behind the Yankees and the swung hit of the right field down the line is high. Hi Miguel and go. Har goes the opposite way, and it's a long fly in the right Bill seeks the do can do and get Mickey with it. He homers to write the Yankees. Take a one, nothing lead Dami galleon do, or I think is the American League rookie of the air. He's twenty fifth Homer, John sterling with that call and WFAN. And you heard that about how was to the opposite field in Yankee Stadium off David price. Just keep that in mind as we move forward. Aaron judge came to the plate in the bottom of the third inning. In this happened hit hard on the ground. Mooners legs. What run Sanchez to runs boy cut into third, judge the second. It has to be an era. It was on hotshot. He headed hard and went right through the wickets of at one Nunez to run score the Antes cre- nothing lead. Now, Josh, it's well established your Red Sox fan that was an ugly air. I thought John sterling covered up. A little bit with description of that play describing a hotshot. Yeah, not quite not quite the way I would've describe it. Yeah, it was a sloppy day all around for the Red Sox to bed. Yeah, it was ugly. David price kept on giving up balls to right field and Yankee Stadium. That's not good couple by Luke Voight on and driven right field. That ball is high. That is far. That is. His one to Beloit. Hey, homers go, right? That void is a droit and Yankees out four and nothing leads on and head of the two right vio Martinez going back on the track. He's the wall cheese. He's done it again. Look, cool hand. Luke. Boy hits one to Beloit. Two run home run and the Yankees have a six one week. There's some irony there in the description. Sterling at a look. I thought David price after this game describing what happened. He didn't complain it all because these home runs barely scraped over the right field wall. These look, both teams are playing in the in the ballpark at the same time. It's not like they have different dimensions when we come up, but he didn't really hit it to Beloit, Josh. What do you think? I wasn't a geography major BUSTER, but where's Loit? In Illinois, Illinois, we sure about that. And I know it's, I think it's Wisconsin let me. Yeah. Point, somebody's gonna look at Wisconsin, Wisconsin, Lancer final answer. Okay. Lance from Wisconsin. All right. I mean, God bless John sterling, but wouldn't it have been easier to say like Detroit or someplace that people knew about? No, I think he should've just said like the east Bronx to make the point. Right. It doesn't rhyme Voight though. BUSTER wouldn't have been new, whatever. I think that one. I mean they were literally in the first and second row. Those home runs he hit. Yeah, yeah. So they weren't. They weren't too Beloit boil, boy. What? Gosh. What not an awful game. It was a bad game for the Red Sox near judge added to that in the bottom of the six. Just not that easy tonight. As we were saying to the Seattle Mariners in two thousand three just yesterday, Myers, the ones who to judge. On line to right peel face in joy, the line mccutchen we'll go to third. As Martinez throws the second Towa to out the person. Third has judge gets a not. You know the baseball too crazy game. John sterling deputy WFAN with Susan Waldman, Aaron Hicks applied the coup gras swung online facing down the right feline grow into the right field corner. Extra-base it cuts scored judge around. Third, they're going to waive him. He's gonna. Score hit is a triple Brier, enhance. Two run triple Greg's. The game wide open the Yankees, seven, eight one lead the waste Severino in this game in an audition to pitch in the postseason. Maybe the wildcard game, seven innings one or run six strikeouts and important inning for the Red Sox. Joe Kelly, one of the candidates to fill in that seventh and eighth inning bridge gap that has developed in the Boston bullpen. A third of inning, three hits and two runs allowed a Josh. I thought there was something relevant about that. The Red Sox American League east championship banner, which you can understand why the Red Sox were prepare this because they have a huge leave the American League east. It was accidentally discovered because apparently it dropped off a vendor's delivery truck. Right. And you actually had some friends find it when they were out for coffee and Somerville, Massachusetts. I don't know. There's something prophetic about that. What do you think there definitely is. And if you haven't seen these two gentlemen who found the banner. You can find them all over the internet. They are classic Boston. You'd think that it was a scene out of goodwill hunting or something. You gotta go check it out. But yeah, no, I would say there's some prophetic about it. I don't really enjoy the fact that the Red Sox are preparing to to hang on American League east championship banner in the first place. I think that's something that losers do. I hate it, but that's what should happen to the banner in the first place. Nice. Well, we'll talk more about that with Keith law on the baseball tonight podcast today. Thanks for listening to baseball tonight. Scoreboard. Sure to check out the baseball tonight podcast. We'll have Keith. We'll have Sarah Lang's. It will be talking with a great Dan showman about what's next for the Toronto Blue Jays and he's gonna try to describe exactly what is Aaron Sanchez and what is Marcus. Stroman. Thanks for listening and have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight scoreboard and be sure to download all podcasts including the baseball tonight podcast at ESPN dot com slash pod center. The baseball. Tonight scoreboard.

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Year K: The Canadian economic crisis enters phase two

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Year K: The Canadian economic crisis enters phase two

"Within, Goldstein host of wiretap each week you're invited to listen in on my telephone conversations whether funny sad wistful or even slightly strange. You never know just what you might hear on. Wiretap. Show I didn't think that people actually listened to it. The breath your genius. It's not just that you're funny but you can be cripplingly pointedly depressing. The Wiretap Archives available on CBC listen spotify. Apple. PODCASTS and wherever you get your podcasts. This is a CBC podcast. Canada's about six months into life with Kobe and the financial crisis brought on by the pandemic. It's tough especially if you're one of the more than one million people who are still at work because of COVID. And it's also not over. But despite that, some of the support programs that have helped people stay afloat or winding down Serb in particular it's a pivotal moment made all the more pressing by rising infection rates on Wednesday Prime Minister Justin. Trudeau will lay out his plan to lead Canada through this next stretch. So in advance of that. What is the scope of this economic crisis right now and how do you fix it? This is part of our year case series a look at how covert could make Canada less either. I've got our economics reporter Peter Armstrong with me I'm Josh Block. This is from. Your. Hello Peter. Hey Josh thanks for having me on. It's great to have you so. We're six months into the pandemic here and. This half year has obviously been really hard on Canada's economy and the almost two million people lost their jobs this spring. So I WANNA start by getting a sense from you about how the economy is doing right now as compared to the beginning of the pandemic. Well it kind of depends on where you're looking from right and I think we have that's a big part of the problem is that if you've got a white collar job and the the biggest hassle of covert has been the had to work at home and and very real hassle of dealing with kids and working around that but you're able to keep your job you're able. To, keep working. Then things look like they're recovering pretty well, you look around your local main street or your the main street in your town neighborhood and businesses are reopening and and sort of shops and restaurants are back at it and and things feel like there's wind in the sails and that's one whole chunk of the economy, but there's this other whole chunk that have not. Seen their jobs bounce back and if they have, they haven't recovered the amount of hours they work they haven't recovered the amount of money they use to make. They have maybe been able to defer some of their debt payments for now and for them the economy doesn't feel like it's back on track at all. It feels like it's worse than it was and there's no real. Hope that it's going to get better anytime soon and I think that sort of that intersection of those two worlds lies at the heart of of this conversation and of most of the conversations happening around the Canadian economy right now right I want to drill down into that a bit more I mean what kind of jobs are we talking about here? Who are who are really struggling? Well, I mean imagine if you work in the hospitality industry if you work in entertainment if you work in travel if you work in food services or janitorial services, a lot of those jobs, some of them quite good. But a lot of them at the lower end of the of the economic scale simply haven't bounce back. I mean, we see people in the movie industry trying to get people to go back to movie theaters, but it ain't working all that well talked about cineplex that company has revealed a revenue drop of ninety five percent of the second quarter Warner Brothers tenant grossed over fifty three million dollars would have been considered small PREKO. You've got some restaurants have reopened. At. Limited scale and now we're heading into winter where we're going to lose those patios because it's GonNa get cold and we don't know how people are GonNa react to but going inside let alone whether they'll be allowed to still far from normal for Paul bogner and the sixty restaurants his company runs without Patios or additional government help Wagner says he may have to lay off as much as. Forty percent of his staff to realize that you couldn't bring them all back to begin with and now potentially have to lay some more off. It's going to be devastating and obviously anything related to travel. If you work in a travel agency that we're already in trouble because they're getting beat up by the tech of vacation in that world, you're not going back to those jobs anytime soon. So A lot of those jobs are still in the kind of decline that we saw back in the at the sort of worst of this. I saw that one point one million fewer people were employed in Canada compared to pre copay levels, and then there's another another seven hundred, thirteen, thousand workers who were technically employed but have lost half or or more of their usual hours due to the pandemic. So that's a total of one point eight million people who whose job has been affected. For sure and I mean, and we'll get into the details around this in a second. But when talking about the transition from Serb, the the big federal relief program that that's winding down on Friday this week when talking about that Christopher had four and a half million, Canadians are still currently drawing Serb. So we're talking about huge chunks of this country that are simply not even back to where they were in March let alone sort of getting on top of their bills and their debt, and we always had pretty big debt problem in this. Country Long before all this right well, and despite how bleak the Snapshot Looks Right now I mean things are looking better than just a few months ago, right? Yeah. But Josh a lot of that is simply because people were able to defer their big debt payments because some of us were that you know I I for example, kept my job throughout this but I didn't have to pay childcare because my kids were cooped up with me. So I saved a little bit extra money and pay down some of my debt that happened to and. So those two things that happened somebody who deferred a lot of debt and somebody who was didn't take on some of those bigger payments during the worst of the lockdown pay down a little debt. But most of that's coming home to roost. If you took out, let's say a six month deferral on your mortgage in March that comes up this month right and we'll see that happen on lines of credit and in some cases on on credit cards, the forgiveness period around those is coming to an end and what's going to happen. There, there's going to be insolvencies insolvencies in. Canada are at an all time low. We've never seen them this low because you've got money coming in from the government to help keep you and keep food in your in your fridge in a roof over your head we've been able to defer some of those loan payments, but as those wind down what's going to happen, there's this ooh Nami of insolvency says just waiting to unfold. There are very real problems facing an enormous number of Canadians and we don't really know how we're going to deal with. As you mentioned, the government have is whole host of short term programs to try and cushion the economic fall from the pandemic. So there was Serb and the wage subsidy rent relief for small businesses among others. How important has that been for individuals? To have received this program to kind of weather this really difficult economic time during the pandemic. It's so hard to overstate how important that has been and and how flexible you talk about the wage subsidy. When it came out, I can't remember the specifics of it but the business people were like Whoa man that's not enough. That's not even remotely enough. Dantely, he's the president and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business but ten percent is really really light in terms of offering any support to small businesses who are absolutely panicked and within days the government pivoted shifted adjusted to make sure more people were eligible that it would cover more of their salaries is becoming clear that we. Need to do more much more. So we're bringing that percentage up to seventy five percent making it easier for businesses and charities to show their monthly revenue had dropped at least thirty percent that flexibility in those early days was crucial in keeping Canadians above water they came up with this whole host of programs to try to make sure that if you didn't fall into one, we'll you'd fall into the other and the e I was there to help to and and that that whole host of programs has been I mean unspeakably helpful for anybody who got caught in this. So until now Serb is transitioning to e, you have the commercial rent assistance program it's slated to end of this month. Is there. A sense of the economy has rebounded enough to appoint where you can take off the training wheels and not worry that we're going to smash into a wall here? I mean normally Josh I'm such an optimistic guy. I can't put that optimistic lens on it right now I think the best sense right now is the recovery has probably stalled. And we don't know where it will go but I think the pessimist would say the recovery is in very real trouble. Especially, as we watch the case load climb across the country as cases continue to rise Quebec's public health director says, the province is now in dangerous territory, we are actually probably in the second vague and if people don't follow public health measures, he warns that second wave could be even bigger than the first and we're looking at the very real prospect perhaps not of the full-scale shutdowns like we saw in. March and April and May. But more limited ones and more regional ones that are going to cause yet more consternation more trouble for the economy for jobs for those of US participating in it, and so I I don't know where we're headed none of us have have you know a a magic lamp to look through here but it is it remains very, very troubling time for the economy and and if anything we're going to see, we're going to need more flexibility from the government as we transition into whatever this winter's going. I'm Alina Hudgens. Lyle. And I'm than the Roadway and where the host of inappropriate questions did you lose weight? How are you doing? How'd you get pregnant? We talked to people who have been off these questions. We ask where these questions come from and we learned some more respectful of been curious. Whether. You've asked an inappropriate question or been asked an inappropriate question gum get inappropriate with us. Inappropriate. Questions is available. Now you can find it on the CBC listen APP or wherever you find podcasts. Host of ideas in this age of Click Bait and online shouting ideas and meeting ground for people who want to deepen their understanding of the world. Join me as we crack, open a concept to see how it plays out over place and time, and how it matters today from the rise of authoritarianism to the history of cult movies. No idea is off limits. Ideas is on the CBC listener or wherever you find your podcasts. Well Peter when when the virus I hit us spoke with Jamie about what the economic impact could look like and they were all these letters of the alphabet that you guys discussed. So one model was that things bad for a long time you see this precipitous drop and then it sort of flat lines and that's the L. Model. Another one was the v where you have a significant dip in the economy economy but then it's followed by an equally significant bounceback. Again, I wanNA talk to you about one model that didn't come up which is K-. Letters that we thought we were going to look at it. I didn't think they would be warden here. We are a K.. And that's the idea. was you kind of have been alluding to the the that some sectors are bouncing back from the crisis and they're just fine and that's Kinda upward arm of the K., and then others are not doing as well. In fact, they're doing quite bad the the the service sector people who are not able to work anymore people are searching for new jobs because they're sector has been decimated and that's the downward branch of the K.. Is that something you're seeing. For sure and it like the is actually really good because it's sort of split in the middle. So the top half go up in the bottom half go down. And we're seeing that we're seeing you know white collar workers, the better paid among us have done fairly well in in some cases quite well. And if you look at People's investments in stock market for the stock market has been going like. Through this, but the bottom part of the economy, those lower paid wages, those people with more vulnerable jobs. Of course, we're talking about women, immigrants, people of Color. They're worse off today than they were in January Janice Briana was trained as a teacher in the Philippines but wasn't qualified in Winnipeg. So she worked in restaurants. Most of the restaurant is close and my resumes all about. The restaurant, how can how can I get a job and even more troubling within that? They can't look at the economy today and say, you know what? It's been a rough couple of months boy this falls looking good because it's not learn a parade was happily serving cups of coffee for eleven years. She misses a job so much she still wakes up early. So that'd be time. I wake up four o'clock I cried. It's hard for me to accept that I don't have my full tightened up because I had my bills to pay an all that all of a sudden it's young. And then there is that other arm of the K, the one that's pointing upwards according to Forbes, a total wealth of Canada's twenty richest billionaires increased by thirty, seven, billion dollars. That's obviously the far end of the spectrum. But but who in candidate is making more money than they were pre pandemic well, people who had billions of dollars invested already right so I think they're talking about the Thomson family and the West and family and. Individuals that have vast wealth and that that is stored in in the bond in the stock market and. If you look at it from the bottom of the stock market in March when it bottomed out, it's gone up forty, two, forty, three percent at selling off this week. So if you are in the investor class, you've done great. But at the end of the day, I'm not entirely convinced that the stock market value of the Thompson family gives us a very clear picture from a policy perspective of what we need to do to address low income workers in Canada. Right. But obviously that that's the extreme example that the wealthiest Canadians. But as you mentioned, I mean people my friends in in media professionals A lot of people I know have have been able to transition to working from home with relative ease. It hasn't been that difficult when it comes to their professional life. Whereas people I know who are artists or working in the service industry have not been able to make that transition, and so you really do start to see. Uh, that idea that we're all in it together that slogan from the early days of the pandemic doesn't seem to be bearing out six months later. No and that's where you get into the policy riddle about how do you address the confidence that is needed in the economy to get people to go back to restaurants and bars and get us to a place where we're safe enough that people feel safe enough to do that right that those jobs can rebound because right now, if you you know ten bar, your ability to ten bar is largely dependent on how we do on the health crisis that if the case caseload continues to climb more bars are going to close and they're already working at limited capacity and they're already looking at a lot of their customers sitting out on Patios on the streets and and however works in your. Town or neighborhood those are going to start to wind down too because it's GonNa get cold and people won't be able to sit out as much. So what what do we need to do to help and support and build up scaffolding around those industries and around those workers in this moment of crisis because as I say the prospect that they're looking out at pretty grim right now well, on this, this seems to be the question that Trudeau is is facing as he's about to lay out his government's new spending priorities. I mean what do you think needs to happen right now to make sure the economy keeps working for people as we continue to try to navigate life under Kobe nineteen. You know it. It is such a great question and I have no particular insight into what the government's going to do. You know we heard a few weeks ago that the government was really considering whether it's UB I some big silver bullets social program that might fix everything I think the thing I heard at the outset that I'd like to amplify now is that that flexibility is going to be key and what do you think could happen or should happen specifically to try and address that inequality gap well. So Heather Scofield is. The economics reporter for the Toronto Star and I. Think you know word for word one of the best writers on these issues in the country and she wrote a column that looked at the debate over should we go with a sort of universal basic income and she suggested the far better more efficient, more effective program to try to put out there and address these needs is more of a national childcare program that. Economies grow based on the number of people working that if you've got more people earning and and building stuff and making stuff, they're making money and spending money than one obvious key to that is childcare, and if you look at like the childcare program, for example, in Quebec here, parents will eventually pay only five dollars a day for every child in daycare. The Q government says the idea was hatched to make it easier for women to go back to work. I was a political reporter in Quebec in the late nineties covering this when it was coming up and the the consensus of the smartest people in the country from an economics perspective markets perspective said that it was a Razi John. Around this people thought they were Lunatics Philip. Merican is an economist at the University of Quebec and Montreal he studied the new policy and concluded that most families would be worse off because those earning middle to high income are no longer getting family allowances. Seventy percent of the families in Quebec are getting less money with the new policy because you're redistributing the money from middle and high income families or Lewis and yet. Right go from one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven ish when the program started just to two thousand eight, we saw an. Increase of like seventy thousand more women into the workforce it pumped like five point, two billion dollars into the economy for every dollar they spend Quebec recoup dollar five but Ottawa gets another forty four cents. So it's had this enormous benefit and if you if you think about those that have been hardest hit nece women in jobs that can't be done from the house so they they need to be able to even go go to the work workplace. So I think one of the things I'll be looking for is child care in some former. Do. Anticipated that they are going to be talking about spending a lot here to to try and carry the country through this economic crisis created by the pandemic. And something that the governments faced a lot of criticism for and I know it's something that economists are divided on in terms of. The implications of this kind of huge amount of government spending. What's your take on the potential impact of this down the road when you take on? Large. Deficits like this. Well Listen I. Think we are changing the nature of the conversation and you you think back to again late ninety s when. You know when I was reporting on politics at Quebec we were looking at Paul Martin slaying the deficit we believe there is nothing more ludicrous. This is salesmanship the big screen TV's to the side of the minister displayed charts and graphs and important sounding statistics to back up what is essentially a single simple argument for two decades. Now, we have spent more than we have shaved and the Orthodoxy then was that you had to have a certain sordid debt to GDP ratio, the bond market and the thinking and the Orthodoxy. Around that has changed, we don't really know Josh where it has landed let alone will land, but it is certainly more flexible and the depth and and severity and the profound nature of this current crisis and that it's a health crisis but it's also an economic crisis and it's a demand shock, but it's also a supply shock has has made us change the conversation and all of these governments not just Canada around the the developed world are trying to figure out where that conversation is headed and where it's going to land. What else will you be washing for from the throne speech? Well, just general tone. I talked a lot about stimulus programs back in. I don't know maybe April or May than in a traditional crisis you would say it doesn't really matter. We spend the money on build a bridge paved road bill, the community center this is different this you can't build your way out of this crisis and a lot of what governments can do is to leverage their confidence and leverage their trust into the economy and say look we're dealing with the health crave health crisis so you can go back to. Work and as I say, all of those people on that bottom leg of the K-, the people who haven't had their jobs come back or haven't had their hours come back and are in deeper trouble now than they were in January one of the biggest problems is that they don't see a path out of this they don't know where and how, and when any of this is going to get better. They just keep looking out at the landscape and it just keeps getting worse and it keeps getting more troubling if the government can can try to Marshall some of their resources to say. Here's what we're going to do to get the health crisis under control to move the economy along they can inject some faith in some hope into that sort of bottom end people that are suffering. As as as as as its own kind of stimulus that I'd feel more confident going back into local stores and getting a haircut or go to a man, imagine going to a concert. That that that is kind of stimulus in this environment it's a kind of stimulus unto itself. Peter it's great to talk to us. Oh, great chat. Thanks. Before we go today, some news British Columbians are heading to the polls yesterday BBC and DP leader John Horgan called a snap election for October twenty fourth this pandemic will be with us for a year or more. and. That's why I believe. We need to have an election now Oregon is going into the campaign with his party in the polls and with the highest approval rating of any premier. In Canada, according to a recent survey, the new leader of the Green Sonya I know said it's completely unnecessary election NBC Liberal, Party leader Andrew. Go, concen called the move cynical and self serving for no good reason whatsoever were now being forced into general election that nobody in British Columbia once except the MVP. The, only reason for this general election is to try to secure the jobs of the MVP that's all for today. Thanks for listening to from her. For more CBC. PODCASTS. Go to CBC DOT CA slash. PODCASTS.

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The 401(k) Turns 40

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:41 min | 2 years ago

The 401(k) Turns 40

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith. And today's indicator is forty this week the 4._0._1._K had its fortieth birthday the four one K is a retirement plan offered by a lot of employers, roughly, forty percent of US workers have them, and they are by far the most common form of retirement savings plan in the US. And we're economic shows we thought this is a big deal. We should celebrate. And you know, we should go big. We should invite our planet money colleagues. The reason I've got two guys in here is because you care about economics. Right. Yes. And their this week, the 4._0._1._K retirement plan turned forty what? Yeah. That's he's. Here. Like, we brought in a birthday cake. And many more. This message comes from the indicators sponsor capital. One capital. One's indicator is zero because they offer accounts with zero fees or minimums, and they offer accounts that can be opened from anywhere in five minutes. Capital one. What's in your wallet capital? One in a support also comes from AP. Concur employees can submit expenses from anywhere. It's how the best run businesses make their expenses run better SAP. Concur. Learn more at concur dot com slash NPR. So the four one K is forty I talked about this landmark birthday with Allison Schrager. She's a retirement economist and writer for courts forties. Not that old. So before the 4._0._1._K like what how did people retire mostly? Well, some people were lucky enough to have defined benefit plans, which was these old school pension plans where you worked for an employer whole life. And then when you retired they continued to pay you some fraction year salary until you died. Oh, what did everybody else? Do. We don't into the sort of made it on security and their children, and what other other savings they had. But you know, before that people didn't live that long retirement. So, you know, people just got by not well Allison says only about a third of workers were lucky enough to have a pension plan. These were retirement plans where your employer would contribute money on your behalf into a retirement fund. They would invest the money for you kind of take care of everything. And then you would be guaranteed. A out for your whole life. These could be great for the workers who had them, but they were really expensive for companies a lot of the old car companies offered them big economy companies like Kodak and GE my grandmother worked for AT and T as telephone operator. She had a pension. But then in nineteen seventy four something changed that basically killed the pension. It was called eraser the employee retirement income security act that made for the benefit plans, incredibly expensive to administer really just because it forced companies to actually recognize the how expensive those promises were before the counting students were little murky. So kinda underfunded lock actually to put money aside. It. Exactly recognize how much money they had to put aside like actually fund these things properly and people started living longer. So they aren't really expensive my grandmother lead to be ninety five and she was amazing. She was still driving, and she was still getting pension checks from AT and T inflation adjusted pension checks and things like this were part of the reason why these plans are getting really expensive for companies and companies started ditching these plans, and this left a huge hole in the US economy. A whole that was filled by this, man. My name's then on commonly referred to as the father four one day in the late seventies Ted was working for a benefits consulting company, and he was trying to help a Bank figure out some kind of retirement situation for its employees, and he was looking through the tax code as you do. And he found this obscure little section section 4._0._1._K and this section allowed companies to create a retirement plan where workers. Could contribute a portion of their wages tax free. And employers would also be allowed to match those contributions, and those matches would be tax deductible. Ted says when he saw this he saw the potential right away. I guess the first thing that me share was the fact that this is going to be used. This thing was catch fire. Ted says there were two reasons for this. I it was something companies could offer workers real perk that could inspire loyalty and it was relatively affordable lease compared to the pension. Secondly, he felt like people would recognize right away that this could help them actually put aside money for retirement, very few of us, including me when we're raising families and have all that responsibility of the discipline to every paycheck. You take off the top and put it away and keep her sticky hands off of it. And so you have the biggest benefit from four one K for sure as been the fact that. Makes that easier for people to do than if they had to do it today. Americans have more than five trillion dollars in four one K plans. Of course, not everyone thinks is such a great thing. The 4._0._1._K has a lot of haters. I asked Alison Schrager, the pension economists about this thing that I've often heard about four one case is the kind of ruined American retirement because there were these pensions where you are really taking care of and you felt safe as a worker, and now you're in this kind of murky situation where you're supposed to be picking investments, which feels very frightening and then the employer, you know, throw some money in. But then like you don't end up with enough money for retirement the way you used to with a pension plan. So I feel like the the storyline that I've heard a lot is just that 4._0._1._K like cheaper. And it was this way that companies like pushed this huge expense off. And now, we're all screwed. Well, you can't blame foreign case for that. You gotta blame Orissa which made companies actually recognized how expensive those benefits work. I wasn't points out that companies all over the world have been shying away from pension plans for the same reason. US companies did they just got to expensive still four one K puts a lot of decisions into the hands of workers, and it can be really confusing to pick investments and they're often high fees associated with four one K services. Also, the fact you have to opt into a 4._0._1._K plan means a lot of people just don't there has been talk about you know, workers who are eligible just being automatically enrolled in a 4._0._1._K unless they decide to opt out, but that hasn't happened and as of right now, most Americans have no retirement savings at all Ted bene- says he finds this really upsetting, and he hates the fees associated with the 4._0._1._K. But all told he says he is proud to be the father of the 4._0._1._K could help millions of American save somewhere between ten fifteen million dollars to make it more. Personal is in supermarket just last week and bump into guy didn't seem for years, and you know, so Carl how you doing he said, well, thanks to you. I'm retirement end of this year. I've had that happen. Many times. Well, my cat's been rolled over John seventy six years old. So do you have a 4._0._1._K? Absolutely. And the 4._0._1._K is probably going to get more popular new legislation was passed by the Trump administration that allow small businesses to band together to offer the 4._0._1._K so more companies will offer the 4._0._1._K more people will probably have 4._0._1._K. And so that means, you know, for the 4._0._1._K life probably really does begin at forty. Can we call it a 4._0._1._K ke-? That is. You just ruined. Check their investment. Sports. Right. They wouldn't invest in petroleum. Exactly what it would do. In the 4._0._1._K. There could be some improvements like I don't want. I don't know what to pay. Yeah. I know bring me over to dusk. Are you serious because I believe in it so much put everything in Tesla's about it. Yeah. I know. I know my at my four zero three story is that I did not have one when I first VR. But then I met a retirement economist an interview for different story. And at the interview, she was like, do you have a retirement, but I was like. And then she made me call her the next week. And we on the phone set it up together. This is the nerdy thing I've ever done anyone want more cake.

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Are You Using Your 401(k) the WRONG Way? (You'll Want to Watch This!)

The Money Guy Show

1:06:15 hr | 8 months ago

Are You Using Your 401(k) the WRONG Way? (You'll Want to Watch This!)

"Are you using your 401k the wrong way you're going to watch this? It's Brian. Preston. The money guy restoring order to your financial chaos retired investing taxes. You've got financial questions. He's got financial answers. It's Brian Preston. The money guy. So Brian. This is what I think is going to be beautiful about this show I. Feel like we have a duty to the financial world there's been so much bad press out there. So many folks saying, Oh, four aren't good anymore maybe you shouldn't be using them or. An old antiquated thing. And we know the folks who think that way really don't understand just how powerful this tool in your financial tool belt can be was definitely is something that I think if you don't understand how this works, how can you harness the power of growing this towards financial independence? If you let all these misconceptions if you let the negative stuff seep in, you'll never get the maximum benefit. So that's what we're going to go deep dive here. We're GONNA try to both keep me honest Yup don't let me get sidetracked on some going down tangent I don't need to be. There's no way. Make sure we keep this moving. There's no way that I could do that. No way can keep you from but I do think it's interesting because we're gonNA walk through the basics where. They came from how their work how they operate things you need to be careful for we're GonNa talk about some basic strategy we're going to close out talking about some advance strategy. So this is going to be everything 401k today instead of reading four or five different blog post or watching four or five different youtube videos. This is going to be your source lot. So let's jump. In I where did these things come from? How did we even get for one case? So we thought we put together a little timeline for you, and if we go back to nineteen seventy, eight section 401K was added IRC allowing employees to avoid taxation on deferred compensation. So they wanted to move some of their income into the future they wouldn't have to pay tax on at present day. Were you excited when they pass that legislation always superstar seventy. Goodyear for Bill Hanson. Really excited about that. So that is I mean it is interesting. So it is allowed employs to avoid taxation on deferring the income to the future years but that's still didn't really change anything what actually opened this up in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, one, the IRS started allowing employees to fund 401k's through payroll deductions. So now, rather than to foreign compensation, they could actually say you know what? I want to take a little bit of my paycheck and have it go into my 401k account each pay period. So, Nineteen seventy-eight Building Block nineteen eighty-one is where they actually let the firecracker that's when this thing started building assets and how successful 401k's become am building, it's been pretty remarkable in twenty twenty, four, one K. plans now hold more than five point, six, trillion dollars in assets. That's really a forty year period that it's gone from zero to five point six, trillion dollars. So I always think is important. So for these things to catch on, the has to be a why why did employers because let's face it pre nineteen eighty. defined benefit pensions. We're kind of what was going on out there and look this is not I don't WanNa Paint, this all cherries, all UNICORNS and rainbows that 401k's are all great news because it was I mean it it. It fell upon your employers to ensure that you came and you worked a job and then they load up your retirement plan you participate as well. Sure. But then when you retire, that's why they're called defined benefit they guarantee the benefits you would receive at retirement will you can imagine population's growing companies are starting to to realize, hey, employees are starting to. Take a job in nineteen seventy and you work for the thirty or forty years. Employees are starting to bounce around a little bit. So they came up with this alternative and this is known as defined contribution breakout. The difference the big thing is defined benefit plans. The wrist rests on the employer they have to make sure that there is a retirement benefit that exists for their employees for the remainder of. Their life with a defined contribution, the risk actually falls on you the participant. If you WANNA have retirement assets, you are the one that are responsible for saving those assets to get to retirement, and then in retirement managing those assets for your benefit. It was a big risk shift from employers to employees so that that's what I think is interesting because I asked annual said Dan we're putting together this lauds. Here's what I need. I WanNa know how many plans existed like in nineteen eighty, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one on the defined benefit and I want you to compare and contrast what has been the change over the last decades and he did a great job by the way he did this in a way because we didn't want to throw the numbers off by including companies that were less than a hundred did only the larger companies so hundred employs or greater and the numbers are pretty striking. Yes. So this is directly from the Department of Labor from one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five all the way through the end of two. Thousand Seventeen, and you can see in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five there were a little over twenty thousand defined benefit or pension plans well, fast forward twenty seventeen they're only about eight thousand pinch plans available to employers with more than hundred employees, contrast that to and nine, hundred and seventy-five. There are a little over eighty five hundred defined contribution plans. Now, there are over eighty two thousand defined contribution. So there's been a huge shift in how employees safe for and prepare for retirement, Boeing okay. Here's one those tangents I can't help but go through when I see things you asked me to not let you do you're about to In nineteen right between in the late seventies, there were twenty thousand defined benefit plans right now we know as of two thousand fifteen when this data was published, that's cut by half a little more with half because it's an eight thousand. So like wow. Okay. So we did drop sixty percent of the plans, but here's what I think is interesting. There are eighty, eighty, two, eighty, two. Thousand define contribution or four one K. plans for hundred or greater impact. This is why when I talk about the ever expanding Pizza Pie, the economy, this is it guys. There's just more employers that have over one hundred employees. That's a positive things for economies I think when innovation is growing and all these good things when people say well, the markets keep going up I'm like, yes because we look at this twenty or thirty years from now, there's going to be one hundred, thirty, thousand plans out there because the economy will keep growing. Okay that's. The end of my sidebar is just I get excited. When I see that the economy does grow it is not a zero sum where somebody loses to somebody else can win. We are growing this thing forward and so it sounds like you know folks who are working folks who are building financial success have recognized that 401k's are a great vehicle to do that. If you look at the Ramsey solutions national study of millionaires, eighty percent of millionare's acknowledged that they invested in their companies 401k plan and most folks when they reached millionaire status they did so. There late, forties inside of their 401k plan that's where they reached a millionaire status and that makes sense because if you think about what is probably one of the best ways and one of the habits or characteristics of what I see a millionaires and what is is systematic forced and continuous save. And what do you know? What on one K. does it allows you to systematize the savings and it doesn't matter good news bad news that volatility that you face because of a pandemic or whatever's going on with global recession with a four one K.. If you do it right you set it, forget it, and you're buying the entire process. It is that type. Of, process that leads to by the time you're forty nine, you wake up one day and go wow, all that money I saved has truly turned an army of dollar bills. So the natural question you probably asked US okay, I'm sold you've told me that ought to be doing this 401k thing I'm in want to be a part of it. All right walk. Me Through now, how do they work? What's the simple gist of how a 401k plan works? So let's talk about. The first thing is, is you're GonNa WanNa know you saw the legislation passed in nineteen seventy eight but then really was lit in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty one is that you get to put money in the first thing you put money into. The retirement plan. Yep, and then that money grows either tax deferred or tax free if you put it in as a roth type invest. So what that means is while you put the money into the plan, you're able to invest it and every year as the account goes up in value as the investments grow, you don't pay any tax on that but when you. Get your you start pulling money out. You take it out. That's when you have to pay tax. If you built it up on the pretext portion, just like you said with a Roth, it also grows tax deferred except for when you pull it out, then you actually didn't taxes it's completely tax free and when we actually pull the money out if you keep. The money in a qualified plan like the four, one ks four, fifty, seven, four, four, three bs you can pull it out at fifty-five if you separate service or if it's in an IRA fifty nine and a half, you have access to these assets. So you can see the whole. It's kind of like this big money machine, you put the money in you, Kinda. Give it enough. Tom To let it grow let your compounding interest kick kick in and then in the future you're pulling that money out for retirement. So we just talked about Brian, how are you put money in in a can either grow tax free your tax deferred a choice in there. Now I want to put it in on a pre-tax basis or A. Tax Free. Basis, will the next question that most people would probably going to ask is how do I know should I do roth or should I do traditional? How don't know what's best for me as a four one K. participant and these are unique times to kind of think about this because I always say depends depends on several factors and we'll go through those. Give a few overview things and then I want you to kind of go through each one. I think you're ages go have an impact on this yet how far do you have from retirement because we know the younger you are the more powerful, your army of dollar bills we also know what is your outlook? I mean these are unique times. Yes. Tax rates have actually come down short because of the the legislation that got past the two thousand seventeen for tax year starting two, thousand eighteen. But we know there's a lot of political discussion about taxes going back up. So all these things come into place a Bo. Kind of bundle that all up and tell people whether decision points they need to consider. Yes. So basically, if you're thinking about, should I choose traditional should choose Roth we think choose traditional if you expect to be in a lower tax bracket in retirement so perhaps right now you're a high income earner you're in the higher tax brackets and you think that when you get to retirement taxes will be lower or your specific tax rate will be lower it probably makes sense to build assets and a pretax fashion or if you're someone who thinks later on a want to do some sort of in-plant Roth conversions, we're actually pay the tax And convert traditional pre-tax assets into. Roth, then you might want to choose traditional. Those are kind of the two times that we think traditional makes sense I also think I, throw in there. If you're somebody who thinks you go retire like fifty five even six sure she has a part of your part of the fire movement and your sister you are go go from much higher tax bracket to wear your income is GonNa get cut way off you might be able to manipulate through Roth conversions or things that fits into the that second component on why you'd want traditional. So then if you're trying to figure out win, should you choose Roth Roth. You'd expect to be in a higher tax bracket in retirement either perhaps now you're in a low tax bracket knows as your career changes in your lifestyle changes. When you go to pull the money out, taxes will be higher or perhaps you think that legislatively taxes will be higher at some point in the future. When you retire Roth is probably going to be a better solution for you or and this is exactly what you to start with Brian. If you're young and you expect that your income will increase, your lifestyle will increase RAF might be a really great. For. You and then lastly, if you're getting closer to retirement thinking about when you want to start distributing your assets if you want to minimize the potential tax impact on your social security or Medicare part B. Premiums, you may want to build assets and Roth because when those do take those distributions, they won't affect social security medicare premiums. So I got to tell you that at the end of that it. Starts Gomaa. Wa. Wa Wa Turns Charlie Brown. We have some visual learners I'm sure that one example can you kind of walk through traditional versus Roth? What are we talking about? If you actually did an example with real numbers? Yeah. So we think that case studies are always the easiest way to learn. So we're GONNA. Lay Out Ralph Roth Ralph Ralph Roth Ralph and pre-tax Patty thank you fulltime equivalent Daniel. Ralph is going to invest in the Roth 401k patty is going to invest their dishes 401k, and then she's going to investor tax savings because remember if we put in money the traditional, we have some tax savings we're gonNA assume that she invest that. So let's assume that each of our two participants or twenty two years old and they're going to retire at age sixty five. Let's also assume that right now they've both make forty thousand dollars per year and they listen to the money guy show. So they're going to save twenty percent of their gross income or eight thousand dollars into the 401K. Let's assume that their salaries grow at three percent and let's assume that they're invested assets whether it's in the pretext for Roth or going to grow about eight percent annualized over there working career. We know that right now they're both in the twenty two percent marginal tax bracket but because their income is going up and because their income will be higher later on, let's assume that in retirement they're going to be in the twenty four percent marginal tax bracket and because we know that Patty is going to be investing in after-tax account let's just assume the tax on any capital gains. that. She generates is fifteen percent. Now we're going to go through the actual numbers but I think there's some key things here if I was kind of like Reading Rainbow. Style highlighting the things that I think people ought to pay attention to both of these individuals are young twenty, two years of age letting their money's grow until they reach age sixty five that's a clue huge the other part. I think is interesting is that we have a big assumption here is that they currently in the twenty two percent marginal tax bracket pretty reasonable but we think because of maybe future income sources pay raises or maybe even have you know some other income streams like rental property or something go push them up into retirement into a higher tax bracket so they think when they retire taxes will. Actually go up. That's another clue of something they ought to consider. So go ahead and play out the numbers. So if just look at the 401K's when we were both of them are putting eight thousand dollars then and then that's that's going to grow each year. So on the surface inside of the 401K's Roth Roth Ralph has about four point four million by the time he gets to retirement. pre-tax Patty also has about four point four million by the time she gets her time. It were just looking at the 401K balance. Those numbers are the exact same. Way Mint. To this, because one is after tax contributions and one is pretext me get a deduction when you make the contribution, how do we make up for that? So let's remember that pretext patty gets a tax benefit every time she puts her money and she saves a little bit and we're going to have her invest that. So in addition to her four point, four, million, dollar pre-tax 401k, she's also going to have an after-tax brokerage account that's going to have about seven hundred, sixty, four, thousand dollars in there. Now, we know that in after-tax accounts, the money doesn't grow tax deferred gets taxed annually. So we just said, let's assume that account grows at seven percent per year instead of eight. Percent Okay so put a one percent tax extra headwind to it. Okay. That makes. So what actually happens is at retirement at age sixty, five, Ralph has about four point, four, million dollars but patty actually has about five point two, million dollars. So if we stopped right there, we've looks like taking the tax deduction actually was a good thing especially if you were disciplined enough to put the money to work, but you're like, wait a minute, there's more to this. There's more remember Ralph has all his money in raw. So when it comes out, it's completely tax-free Patty does not have that luxury. So if we assign a fifteen percent capital gains rate the earnings and our after tax account. And a twenty four percent marginal tax rate to her pre-tax account. We see that hurt total available balance purchasing power balance of for assets is only about four point one million dollars while Ralph's is still four point four million. So in this scenario, two identical savers, it was actually more advantageous for Ralph to build assets in the Roth tax free then for Patty to build assets pre-tax and save the tax savings each year. So just kind of summarizing the seven hundred and sixty, five, thousand of after tax money. Once you took an account like a fifteen percent capital gains tax rate just on the earnings. Contributions wind down to seven, forty, one, the four point four close to four point five, million that was in the pretext. As soon as you took your twenty four percents, member taxes went up in retirement. That's what brought it down to the three point four, bring those together. That's where we came up with the four point one. Now let me ask I, just won't play the other side devil's advocate sure because you said it right Roth Ralph would have been more advantageous because we assumed that taxes were go up in retirement plus he was. Young. So the the the you had a lot of growth here compounding interest if we to flip the script and maybe change the tax rate from twenty two percent, but it went down to fifteen percent we just made a guesstimate of what rates might be in retire. This would probably gone the other way on completely other way pre-tax Patty would have had more money. Let's pause for a second and we talked about this a little bit in pre show Prep Ryan. Realistically, it's not this static when it comes to saving money what often happens is. We're young and we have lower incomes. We save in the Roth and then as our income gets higher and the tax benefit becomes more valuable, we might start saving in pre-tax and taking advantage of the current tax benefit, and then as we age and our tax planning changes with might go back to the Roth or perhaps we split very likely you won't. Stay in one bucket for your entire working career, and that's what makes this part science part math but also part art. That's great. Though good job Fte Dang also, and help us put this illustration together and that does lead to because I. Think we have to understand because we just alluded to there are really two participants in this retirement plan there is you. The employees in your contributions and then there is your employer and their contributions. But let's talk about wing you the employees put money in you have essentially, it sounds like two pots but we know because we get bonus credit points here. There's actually three pots that you're putting into walk through those three different areas. So almost every plan, I'm going to say every. Single 401k plan will allow you to do pre-tax 401k contributions, your contributions going before tax and then distributions are taxed well a lot of plans and this is change of last ten to fifteen years have a roth option where you can your contributions going after tax and distribution to the completely tax free. Now, there's something interesting about Roth four one KS Roth. Four. And four, Fifty, seven, I know Roth IRA's have income limits as a married couple gets right below two, hundred, thousand dollars you kind of can't get. Roth contributions anymore but raw four one KS has zero income limits. You can make a million dollars a year and still contribute to a roth for what? Another thing I think is interesting if you are not over the income threshold for Roth IRA's you can do roth four, one ks and Roth. Iras so don't don't let you don't WanNa see me if you just do one Roth, you can actually double up if you qualify for each individually now the something is probably a lot of people go catch them off guard a little bit. There's a third one there. What after-tax? Well, what does that mean? They're actually for some plants and I'm not every plan offers this you have to look to see if your specific plan does but there's actually third contribution option called after-tax four one K. contributions, and what happens is is your money goes in after tax you don't get a deduction for it. But the earnings grow tax deferred. So it's different than the Roth and it's different than the pre-tax that kind of combines the two. So you put money in on after tax basis than the earnings grow tax deferred. Well, what's beautiful about this is we know that when it comes to pretext and Roth contributions their contribution limits annual, it's nineteen, thousand, five hundred. If you're under fifty right now or twenty, six, thousand if you're over fifty, what's really interesting is if your plan allows after tax contributions, you're not capped at the Nineteen Five of the twenty six you actually can put even more money than that into the 401k plan. So this is a good setup it maybe because I I. Didn't. See US put it directly here in the show because maybe it's the advanced strategy it is. But this is the setup for what we call the mega correct, right? Yeah. So but there's some cautionary tales because we're teasing that that we will come back later and give you in debt details on how to do the Mega Roth conversion strategy. But there is something as I've had this conversation would several people recently first of all, you have to make sure if you do go beyond the nineteen five for those under fifty, twenty, six, thousand for those fifty over that, you don't crowd out your employer matching contributions and profit shares because there is a limit, there's a fifty seven, thousand dollars. Or sixty three, thousand, five, hundred, fifty or over. That you have to make sure that you don't squeeze all that out with contributions when your side that you don't leave enough room to get that employer free money that you could be walking away from free money if you don't leave room for that. So if you are going to participate in the after tax portion of your 401k, you gotTa do some mathematics over the course of the year to make sure that you're funding at an appropriate level. Now, I've also going to be a lot of. business owners, and others who get super excited about this because you know, we've even check that box. If you times, you also need to be very careful that you don't trigger any of the testing things because areas. When you find the additional after-tax, it can trigger some of those those highly compensated our top heavy testing requirements as well. Right? That's exactly right. So if you're just a participant in the four one K. plan and it allows after tax contributions. Awesome. Do it take advantage of this? Year Plan. If. You're a business owner and you're thinking about adding this in, it might not all be sunshine and rainbows because there are some additional tests that you have to pass. Just make sure you check to three or four times before you implement this much of instead of me trying to go through every one of the if the ends our butts on trying to figure out the planning just gets complicated gets complicated so that we also said something there that I wanna make sure we don't. Let just slip through if you're fifty, you get bonus points with these type of retirement accounts because think about this hour race because the government I I, don't know if they feel bad because I'm quickly approaching this age where you reach fifty and I we need to give these guys because it's probably about that age that if you have not understood how powerful your army of dollar bills, this is probably the age you're waking up one day and going, Oh, my goodness I need to save for retirement. So the government's actually built into all the retirement savings, vehicles and additional catch up yeah that you can save and I want to give you perspective because they really loaded it up when you talk about four one ks in four three BS specifically because our as with as term fifty get an extra thousand bucks. That's great. So in twenty twenty, it goes from six thousand dollar contribution to seven thousand dollar contribution simple. IRA's they give you an additional three, thousand dollars a year contract. So it gets a little bit better than just regular IRA's but as soon as you get into four one K. territory, they give you. An additional six, thousand, five, hundred dollars a year. Well, you can think very quickly if you're someone that's in higher marginal tax bracket that sixty five, hundred dollars if you're making pre contributions can be some pretty material tax savings that was not available to your forty nine year old self. So that's really powerful. We WanNa make sure we don't gloss over that because that's a powerful thing, but that leads to look that's all the money you're putting. That's that employees money. Let's talk about the free money or the money that your employer's giving you but walk them through how how does that work and what are the components. Your employer can make the. Choice to put money into a 401k account on your behalf, which is awesome. They said, you know what? We're going to move away from defined benefit. We're going to move away from the pension plan. But as a nod, we're going to put some contributions into the plan for you and there's a few different types of contributions that they can make the. First and most common it's called a safe harbor contribution. Will the reason that employers offer this plan is just like we are dimension at the end of every year four one K.. Plans are required to do specific tests to make sure the plane does not disproportionately favour high income earners and the plan what the IRS came out and said, Hey, if you. Give your employees a minimum contribution a safe harbor contribution will allow you as owners are you is highly compensated employers to put more money in the plan. So long as you're taking care of your people, well, the great thing about safe harbor contributions is they are immediately vested as soon as the dollars go in. So just like the money you put. Into the plan is yours day one safe harbor contributions are the exact same way and what I think is interesting because these we see these take the shape of if your plan doesn't require participation, it's usually around three percents. If it's more of a a matching type structure, it's typically require you to put in four or five percent to get that four. So. That's because they're making it and what's funny is that when you do these plans that free money we've told so many people you do. Not. Want to miss out on that free money that you're going to probably see pretty high participation. So. Usually you go see something you know in the three to four percent range. So safe harbor contributions are one type of money to the employer can put in another type of monies. What's known as a matching contribution we employer says, if you put money into the plan will put money in as well but you gotta have some skin in the game in order to do that. Well, depending on if it's a safe harbor matching contribution, it might be one hundred percent vested or if it's just a discretionary match were the employer says, you know what? If you put in seven percent, we're going to put in seven percent or whatever the formula is. That's one other way that employers can put in money, and then the third way that employer putting money is what's known as profit sharing, and this isn't something where you necessarily have to have skin in the game. The employer says, you know what? It's been a good year things are going well I wanNA reward our people. So we're going to put profit sharing contributions into the plan. Well, the unique thing about discretionary matching contributions and profit sharing contributions is often because it is a fantastic benefit for employers to available to you. They don't say you know what? This is your money immediately, they WANNA put a little bit of golden handcuffs on you to make sure you stay around they love you. They value they want you to have this benefit. But only if you stay with them all if you keep doing that so where safe harbor contributions are one hundred percent immediately invested matching a profit sharing contributions might be subject to investing schedule and they're really two types of Maine, vesting schedules. The first is a cliff where it says contributions are one hundred percent vested after a certain period of time usually like three years. So so long have you been at employer for three years all the money that the boss or the employer puts in on your behalf is yours you get to take it with if you leave or whatever, or they might have a greatest. Schedule where you get a certain percentage investing over a certain number of years. So the most often always sees a six-year schedule where zero percent after one year and then twenty, forty, sixty, eighty, one, hundred after six years I do WanNa make one distinction because I know a lot of we have a lot of young our biggest group of youtube listener of YouTube view. Youtube viewers are actually that twenty five to thirty, four range zone, and so that's the threshold where you're probably doing roth contributions and we get this question all time where people say I'm doing Roth but my son of a gun employer is doing pre-tax. In the Roth because that's what I chose. Here's why guys your employers go take a deduction for that contribution the way the government just like they make you when you choose Roth contributions for yourself they make you put that in with after tax money because there's a promise in the future you get to let it grow tax free and pull it out tax free they do. Kind of the same deal with your employers, your employers go take the deduction now to give you that benefit. So that was why the money has to go in pre-tax they didn't screw up they're not doing you wrong. It's just kind of the way things are structured. Win You have employer money going into the plan. So what that means practically is if you were Ralph Patty who Ended up without four point four, million, dollar 401K. There's a good chance that even though you did do roth contributions, you'll have two different buckets of money. You'll have a tax free bucket of money but because the employer put money in on your behalf, you'll likely have some pre-tax dollars in there as well. So let's talk about because we've gone through vesting. We've gone through employee employer. Matches, but there's a lot of you guys that maybe you have just started a company we've gone through. I. Think He you know downturns in the economy or kind of like pruning a tree in the fact that sometimes we all the economy takes a trim back and you see more businesses get spurred started and a lot of you guys might be in your also. Probably Saad. Hustling. A Lot with side hustles you've seen a lot of people that have all kinds of income sources. So you might be thinking, how do I save for retirement how to do a well? Well, the government has to encourage because traditional 401K's with a safe harbor, four, one ks or even some of the more complex ones that's for people who have a lot of employees. It's there's actually a great shortcut. You could call it 401k with training wills for small businesses or businesses have started out with solo four one case. Yeah. If if you've ever had a small business or you've ever had like ten nine income and you went to. See your account at one of the things that accounts used to always say, hey, a really great way to shield someone that money is you ought to open up set by Ra, which is great except by our as a mechanism where you can put twenty twenty, five percent of whatever your business profit is into retirement account and showed that from income tax. Well, what's beautiful about a solo 401k is it actually is a 401k plan, but here's what unique about it you get to be both the employee, the participant and the employer. So we've already uncovered that there are two different types of people that put money into a 401k. And the employer if you have a solo 401k, you get to be both of those people. So not only can you do the employer contribution? You can also do salary deferral contributions up to nineteen thousand, five hundred. So it's a great way to likely save more into a retirement account than you would if you were just doing. Sarah for I think it's important because I don't WanNa trash steps because I. Love. because. Sepp. Ariz are one of the few savings vehicles that if a client or somebody who's made more money didn't plan ahead except can actually go back in time that you can go into last tax year open up a Steph even all the way up until October fifteenth of the following tax year and get it in. You can't do that necessarily with a solo for one K. but here is what's interesting separate as our only funded by the employer meaning that it's all you could call it profit sharing and it depends on how your business is structured. It's probably be capped at twenty to twenty five. percent of your business income, you didn't get any salary deferrals whatsoever where you could do up to one hundred percent of your compensation solo 401k's fix all of that. That's really the secret sauce because it's. So why do you do with a separate does with the profit sharing that twenty to twenty five percent of the profit of the business but it's also go let you do that salary deferral that one thousand, nine, thousand, five, hundred or if you're fifty or older you to stack another sixty, five, hundred on top of it that is super powerful stuff. But here's the catch in order to have a solo. 401k, you can't have any employees you can have you and you can have your spouse or you can have a business partner. But as soon as you have full-time for employees, you can't do a solo for when Katie Moore you have to move to a traditional 401k type structure well, and people like solo foreign case because you probably like why do I even WanNa Solo versus a traditional these things are very easy to administer. You don't have to fall what's called a fifty, five hundred initially they exempt you out of a lot of the stuff because they know that this is a savings vehicle for very. Small business with no employees shorts or the employees are the business owners and maybe a the spouses of the business owner. But there is an issue with these things because remember in this is something I want everybody listen lean forward he kind of pay attention because I. See this mistake all the time with small business owners. You started a company seven years ago and you heard from money show or some other source that solo full one case where the bomb diggity. So you SORTA arguing you started saving and loading up your Solo Four One K. new love. The fact that there's no filing requirements it's all good. This thing it's like all things they start building every year you're adding your contribution and it's growing one day. You wake up your solo four one K. is three, hundred thousand dollars should be a reason to celebrate right that's deferred gratification at its finest. If you've done everything right, it's a moment to celebrate however. If you haven't been filing the annual fifty, five hundred because there is a threshold, the government gives you a lot of slack in the system with the understand that if you ever get the plan over two hundred and fifty thousand in assets, you better start filing that annual fifty, five, hundred, just a tax form that tells the IRS. What's in your retirement plan? There's not even taxes do now just an informational research greasy there's nothing complicated about it, but they're not playing around if you don't do this fifty, five hundred but what are the penalties associated with penalty for failing to file? This form is two, hundred, fifty dollars a day. But the good news is they Max at right? The maximum penalty that you incur is one hundred and fifty thousand dollars two, hundred, fifty dollars a day up to a Max of one, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars all forgetting to file a very easy easy form. So if you are solar, the solar four, one K.. Stop what you're doing and thank to yourself. Is it over to fifty? have. Asked my count if they're on the fifty, five hundred, if they have not been, go do pause this. Go do that come back and finish the show because there are ways that you can work on it i. mean sure it's in the grey zone just because they keep changing the rules on it, but there is something you can do but once you get a notice from the government urine no-go territory. So make sure if if you've heard words unique to ask those questions, is it over fifty m filing fifty, five, hundred. So Okay Brian we just went through like sort of a no, no with solar four one case don't forget to file the annual fifty, five hundred. We should probably talk about. Okay. If I'm someone who just is an employee and have regular 401k, what are some of the things that I should not do with my 401k? What are some of the pitfalls that I ought to avoid when it comes to participating in this retirement vehicle? Well, this one the first one is a big one we we get. So excited when we talk about financial operations, I think the biggest shocker for people is that we get you out of the ditch covering deductibles I but then the very next thing we usually put and it's Sixty eight percent of small businesses have safe harbor plants means they're matching contributions are completely vested today they happen. The second step of financial order operations is get that free money and we're talking about your 401k match because it doesn't matter if it's is it fifty cents on the dollar match or is it one hundred, percent one, hundred since our it's a fifty percent or one hundred percent match that's one hundred percent rate of return. You can't walk away from that. If we were to say right now is, Hey, all you gotta do is money Guy Dot com, send us an email and we're GonNa send you twenty dollars every single person listen. This would do that yet. We know through vanguard study that thirty five percent of employees don't get their full match thirty, five percent of employees out there are not taking advantage of free money. So the number one mistake that you cannot make with your 401k is not taking advantage of getting the full employer match the second thing I just wanted. To add on big mistakes I see people make is that I see this adage that people think I'm not gonna live to be old I'm GonNa live for today I'm not going to Furger I'm not gonNA take deferred gratification. I'm not gonNA take a little bit today for a great big beautiful tomorrow I'm going to make sure Max it out. So that's why you see people when they change jobs and they will take instead of rolling that money in either the new plan or an hour a rollover, they take the money. And you know. So that's a huge mistake. We see with retirement plans. We also see loans like well I'm not gonNA I'm not gonNA take a distribution, but I'll just borrow off of my plan and here's the thing Ron borrowing from your 401k's a genius idea because there's an imputed interest rate but guess who gets the money I do. So when I borrow from four one K. I'm just paying my self interest well to very important things happen there one you take your soldiers off the Front Lines there are no longer out there working for you in two it's an amortizing loan. So just because the stated interest rate is five percent, every contribution that you make back part of it is paying the and part of it is paying the principal. So your rate of return is really really low rate of return on those dollars is really really low loans in your 401k should not be something you're doing if you can avoid it and I wanna, I wanNA give something specific we're in twenty twenty. Cove it has been a big deal in the government such a big deal that the government has actually changed distribution rules. Should people take these cova distributions if you can avoid it absolutely not again, your 401k is supposed to be for retirement. These are your soldiers in your army that are supposed to be working for your future self just because you can just because the government says, there's a special opportunity just because some some restrictions get waived doesn't mean you should do this social resort last resort, break the glass and. Emergency, do everything in your power to let those dollars keep working for you to all the by the way all the rules did was waived the penalty for having early access to the money. You still go pay income taxes on it. So locals going to get a big cut of that money be very careful that also here's a two other big mistakes I'm GonNa, give you both sides of it. It bothers me when I see young people. I'm talking about young people that have twenty, thirty, forty years until they retire. That are way too conservative that instead of investing in like. Target Index retirement honor a total market index there in the cash reserves Yup just having gone the money market I mean because they don't want to lose it. I'm scared of the market but hey, I know I'm going to give them a free money somebody gimmick free. Parking and cash inside the plan, and then on the other side of the coin, and this is something I never thought if you remember I mean after the dot com and all the things that people have gone through day trading back at you here I mean if you go on twitter, you'll see all the means about Robin Hood and all the other things P. it is legit. The people are back to trying to play individual stocks day trading and you know it's just people are too aggressive. You've got to have a plan for the future and unfortunately I. Think. A lot of people have kind of forgotten that major stuff i. even see this Brian a lot of folks will set their 401k allocation when they're twenty years old and they'll do the great job of saving put money. Okay. But they'll never revisit. So they get to forty five and they still have the portfolio of twenty year old. You have to make sure that you are paying attention to what you're counts invested in and making sure you're making decisions that match where you are. So maybe one of the things that we should talk about it's worth noting is How. Should we invest in the? 401k if we shouldn't be too conservative, we shouldn't be too aggressive or we shouldn't day trade. How should we think about investing in our retirement plan and this is one I think is so powerful because a lot of people. Look. You have to love the one you're with you know not all four one KS or created these I'll you know when I go and look at the four one ks of my clients and even as we designed to four one K. for our company abound wealth, we wanted the best of the best meaning that we want to keep costs low. We wanted to give our employs access to super low cost investments that had a a great long term track record, and then we WanNa make sure we gave him all the features and benefits so to allow them to have maximum growth opportunities for their future. So that's that's the ideal. Unfortunately, not all plans are created equal I. Mean it's it's not uncommon by the way I on twitter ahead somebody asked me because there's some new legislation where you'll be able to start grouping buying employment plans as a group of surely the trade group can go. This is all part of the new legislation and somebody said, what do you? How do you? How do you think this is GonNa go my reality here's the reality is probably the big. Players that you won't to play in this will not for a few more years. You know you're not GonNa see Fidelity Vanguard and Charles Schwab immediately start doing these group plan who usually jumps in I are the companies insurance companies are early to adopt, but they usually have much higher expenses look been shocked on something like four threes and other things I've dealt with some of these players are sharpening the pencil. I don't know if it's because of. Fiduciary concerns or other things like that. But it is one of the things you have to be advocate. This is the key point. If you're somebody working for your employer and you look at your retirement plan ego I, don't see any index funds I feel like I'm paying a what for what we're getting. Go Talk to your point. If you don't have Roth I, mean if you don't have roth accessing your plan, go talk to somebody and figure. Out. Why in the world are we structured the way we are and I can actually name a number of plans where someone who's been listening to the show and they said, you know what I'm GonNa ride HR and see if I can have the index added or see if I can have a roth option and we've actually heard firsthand plans get changed. Here's another great one if you look at your 401k lineup and there's not either some sort of. Age based option or risk based option in the plan whether it be target retirement funds or perhaps even custom designed model portfolios that fit a specific demographic. You should ask for that and target date funds are maybe some of the easiest that you can add into plans right now and I think this ties because people when we do shows like where should I go invest my money we throw out there. So it's just part of our language what we talked to people before you go how a financial adviser do anything go leverage the ability of a target retirement fund because these things have a lot of benefits but. Let's go through a few these key benefits. So the first thing when you're starting out, we think that all you should really be focused on our answering two questions. How much do I want to save a window? I want to retire. If you can answer those two questions, a target date fund is great for you. Literally pick the date. You think you're going to retire like the year twenty, sixty you go and buy the six fund well, right now while we're. A number of years away from that is going to be more aggressive is going to have a higher allocation of stocks. But as you move through time, it's going to become naturally more conservative for you. So just like we said, one of the things people don't do is they don't track their allocation through time a target date fund will do that for you automatically lets you focus exactly what you said on the savings habit. That's the most important thing don't get. Bogged down into where Shimon money go just get it into target retirement fund focus on what you control, which is starting that awesome habit of building wealth and saving for the future. Now, one thing that we think is interesting that was not common knowledge number of years ago is that not all target date retirement funds equal. There are actually actively manage target date retirement funds, and then there are indexed target date retirement funds. I'll give you guess which one we think. Is Best, we do the index variety because it drives the internal operating expenses, meaning the expenses of the portfolio to just operate and manage and what you pay. You don't see a money flow out monthly or even quarterly, but it's in their promise you is baked into the recipe I like index varieties of target retirement funds because they usually less than like fifteen basis point one, five percent vanguard has good ones. Fidelity Freedom Index has some good ones so pay attention. To what you have access to and in the index varieties are much better. Ivana said this if your plan doesn't have it, don't be afraid to ask it's a really easy question to ride HR. Hey can we ask them targeted index funds? You may just be amazed that they say you know what? Yeah, we do and we also were looking for a committee to form to review our investments annually. You might just volunteered yourself for that. That's a great way to. Be An advocate for your for your army of dollar bills. Now, I would be remiss if I didn't share that you know you will get to a point because everybody we you know we're big advocate for these target retirement index funds but there's GonNa come a time where complexity comes you're you're going to get to where you have three, hundred, four, hundred, five, hundred, thousand dollars of assets, and then you go start worrying about asset location you go start worrying about. Financial Planning matters retirement planning, Estate Planning Education Planning. That's where the abundance cycle kicks in. We give you all this great free advice. So hopefully, you graduate to a level of success that you will consider reaching out taking the relationship to the next level. We would be horrible business people as well as horrible educators. If we didn't tell you, there wasn't a level above this and that's actually a great time. I WanNa Talk About Strategy Bo you actually maximize 401K's our. Talked about how this tool is an incredible tool in your tool belt. So we think that they're sort of what I'm GonNa call the basic strategy to maximize and everyone ought to know about, and then there are some advanced strategies some things that maybe you don't know as much about. But before we jump to the advanced, let's talk about some of the very basic strategy already hit number one on the head we've driven this home, get the employer matt get that free money if you're not getting. All of the free money available into your plan. That's the single biggest change. You can make right now, your financial life to really turbo charge building your army of dollar bills. Another basic thing you do make sure your match maxing out all the your contributions as well as the catch up contributions. If there there, you have the income to support it make sure you're taking advantage I. think a great thing to do is follow the financial order of operations go get that free money and then go look. The knock over your water. Go check your tax free accounts you have available they go back to your employer counselors nothing wrong with maxing out your salary deferrals now. This is something I think that has happened you seem more and more with Assad hustles. UC people that have multiple employer. That's right. So if you have multiple employers, basic knowledge is is you need to understand how four fifteen funding them. It's were. That's exactly right across multiple plans. You can only do certain salary deferrals you can only get one set of nineteen five. You're going to get one set of twenty six. In less small caveat you have access to a four, fifty, seven plan that you get to but if we're just talking about four one ks. Fifteen limits integrate and move together across different income sources differ plans. We'll talk more about that in advance strategy. So I just WanNa if you work for a university of you work for a hospital you probably or even governmental entity perk up because that key part about four fifteen limits in the integration between four one ks four, fifty seven's is a hyper savings opportunity that will hit on. So let's keep going. Now let's pivot into advance stretch. This is kind of the strategies of the millionaires, the rich and famous. This is what they're taking advantage of, and you can leverage these for yourself to now look this is stuff you might not have heard of this is stuff that you just might not be aware of. So I think the first one we ought to talk about is the what we call the IRA isolation strategy. If you have a really good 401k available to you it may be possible for you to isolate your IRA balances inside of your 401k and take advantage of a Roth conversion. Remember Roth conversion is when you convert pretax assets into Roth assets there are two ways you can do that. You can do it the taxable way or you can do at the tax free way we actually liked the tax freeway surprise surprise. So if you are thinking about, can I do a Roth conversion? We have a little flow chart for. All right. So if you start here, first question asks am I over the income limit here's what you do. Google income limit for contribute to a roth. If the answer is no I'm not over just contribute straight to a Roth I. Much easier just to contribute to the roth standard if the answer is yes. Then you have to ask yourself do I have any other IRA. Assets. Now, this doesn't include Roth assets doesn't include inherited IRA's but it does include like separate. Yes simpler. Yes I mean. Over our traditional. Because you hear people by I saw it on twitter last night somebody was asking a question about the pro rating of basis on IRA's, and I was like Oh man they they need to know a little bit about this isolation strategy. So if the answer is, yes, you cannot do a tax-free. Roth. Conversion on your current structure, what you might need to do is take those IRA's and assuming you have a really good 401k with really low cost investment options with really diverse investment options it might make sense to roll that traditional that set that simple that IRA rollover. Into, Your Four O. One cal, the pre-tax assets, all the pre-tax assets two zero that out because if you can get it to where the answer is no, I don't have any other IRA assets. Then you can do what's affectionately known as the back door Roth conversion or Roth conversion strategy where you can contribute to a nondeductible traditional IRA. You don't take the deduction, you convert it to Roth because the assets are all after tax, it's a completely tax-free conversion. Why is this a 401k planning strategy? Because the 401K is the thing that allows you to zero out those pre-tax. But. You have to make sure you have a good 401k to do that. Yes. If you are sitting on the step IRA's the simple Ariz because look I've had them all. If you think about my first company, you don't start off back then they didn't even have solo full rank as always started with a separate then you graduate to assemble IRA and then you started doing 401k's a lot of you guys are probably the same way. You can roll those old Ram assets backup into a great 401k and set yourself up for some of these advanced planning strategies. So that's advanced strategy number one. Number two, this is a big one and this is one that we alluded to earlier. It's the Mega Roth conversion or the mega backdoor roth that's only available inside of specific 401k plans will specific provisions. What's what's interesting is that we've spoke to a few corporations to go in talk to executives and others, and we see this on really good plan designs. You will see a lot of the plans will offer after tax contributions they'll in service either distributions or in service conversions right there within the plan. That's all the magical recipes you need because that allows you to. As Bo talked about earlier, we can load up the fifty seven thousand dollars that you can put into these qualified plans, sixty, three, thousand, five, hundred, fifty, or older and then. Any area that you have, it's not crowded out by employer match employer profit. You can go above the salary deferrals with after tax contribution contributions and immediately turn them into. Roth funded contributions through a conversion. So I'm going to give you an example Brian check my math because math is not my. Let's assume that you max out your salary referrals nineteen thousand five, hundred dollars. Let's assume you're matching contribution. Your employer puts in is ten, thousand, five, hundred dollars that takes us to a total of thirty thousand dollars math right. If playing allows for after-tax 401k contributions, you could elect put another twenty, seven thousand dollars into your 401k of after tax contributions. If you stop there, the twenty seven thousand goes in after tax in any of the earnings will grow tax deferred and when you pull the money out, the earnings would be taxable in less you have access the number to your employer allows you to in that same year role those after tax contributions to a roth or do an in plan roth rollover. Once you do that that twenty, seven, thousand dollars of after tax contribution turns into twenty, seven, thousand dollars of Roth. Then all of the earnings, all of the growth will be tax free forever if you think it's really. Cool to be able to do a six thousand dollar Roth IRA contribution or you think it's really really cool to be able to do a nineteen, thousand, five, hundred, dollar raw 401k salary deferral. Then you should think it's really really really cool to be able to do a twenty seven, thousand dollar. Mega Back Door Roth contribution I do want to kind. Of Put some because I've had some questions on the US and I know we're way in the weeds but this is the people who are hanging out. Now are the financial resource. So they'll appreciate this additional depth if you're a business owner and you know that you're either fully funding the fifty, seven, thousand or sixty, three, thousand, five, hundred, fifty, or older. This might not be as exciting. Especially, if you have employees because if you know you're already fully funding that you have to worry about the task testing issues plus it's also if you're in a higher tax bracket situation, do you Wanna go ahead and pay it that highest tax bracket just so you can do a Mega Roth opportunity. So it's not as great for those people. This is really awesome for executive level employees that this additional after taxes actually more. Money you're saving it's more savings as what this enables is why you get so excited about it, and then that more savings is actually tax free raw eligible that's the part. That's the secret sauce. It gets people excited. It is somewhat complex and I have to clarify that because there's a lot of us, my small business owners out there who just sell that the idea of having all this roth money that always have to say, yes but there are some. That have to you have to check some boxes. You have to go run some census data really nerdy stuff to make sure this is a good idea. So let's transition to another strategy. Bo-. We call this multi income source hacking. Yeah. So one of the things that's really interesting we already acknowledged that when you have 401k's case, you only get one, nine, thousand, five, early get one, twenty, six, thousand no matter how many 401k's you have however that fifty seven thousand dollars limited can go into 401k's is per unique employer plan. So if you're someone perhaps your doctor and you work for a medical group and then you get income from a hospital and then. You have a book deal. You have different income sources coming your way from different employers that are unrelated. One of the things you can do is via solo 401k's if you have access, you might be able to Max out one plan at fifty-seven hundred dollars and then have another plan where you're also taking advantage of either profit sharing contributions or possibly even after tax 401k contributions that fifty seven thousand can go across multiple different plants remember here's the key parts of this. Contributions. Ago In these retirement plans are coming from two sources, employees, employers. We know the employees money that's your four fifteen limits your salary deferrals it's capped out. It doesn't matter how many employees employees and companies you work for employees companies you own you only get one, nineteen, thousand, five, hundred. Now there is one hack on this four seven do both you can do 401k's and four fifty, seven different code section with with the IRS. But here's the thing I want to make sure I. Bring everybody back with these multi income source hacking is that it's the employer person portion that's enabling. This is because that profit sharing that twenty to twenty five percent of the income sources is what can fill up that second bucket for fifty seven, thousand dollars. So you've got a lot of income. This is for somebody who owns very successful businesses, very successful income sources so that they can hyper accumulate and yelled this type of thing, but it does work. Now there's one word of caution. Control groups go. If you're related because here's here's what the government's always worried about with retirement plans. Don't want you to have some cruddy plan over here for your employees. You set up some really Cadillac loaded up plan just for yourself or your executives. So you're to the detriment of these people they always wanted. That's why they have all these control group rules. They've you have common ownership and they have a parent subsidiary where a mega company that owns eighty percent of the smaller company. You go run afoul of things because it's a common ownership, you might have a brother sister control group where you. have four or five individuals that own multiple companies with some common ownership between the two of them that is going to make you run afoul of this to. The biggest thing you can do is if you have and I'll give an example, you can own a company and you have income coming in but then you have this other thing out here that has no affiliation to this other company and you don't have any ownership with the way you get paid maybe you're a ten, ninety, nine, nine, this organization. You can then wound up that that profit sharing and that's what's go while you to kind of have multiple source income that loads up these these qualified retirement plans is really powerful. So its power stuff if you're a high income earner and you have multiple sources of income once again, the 401K can be a valuable valuable valuable tool in your tool belt, but it gets complicated. This is one of those areas where we talk about maybe it makes sense to know one to go pro do graduate to the next level before you start trying to figure out some of these strategies, it probably does make sense to reach out and we didn't even talk about it in great detail. But another one cash balance plans cheese or additional plans not 401K's but you strap them on top you know is another qualified plan that you build into and what I think is interesting of is the Seinfeld full circle. We know 401K's are defined contribution plans but I do think if you're in a very successful high income situation, you do bring back some of those components from defined benefit that's like a cash balance. So you can really turbo charge a savings but also provide a benefit to some of the employees. It's a win win all the way around now bright at this point of the show. All right. Good in. We're going to say, Hey, go subscribe to we're done. Awesome. I Na no no no we stopped after Daniel and I guess you could call this. This is kind of the touchdown dance because I had Dang said Daniel give me that slide one more time. If you all remember, we did a show and this is kind of what led to us doing this is. Bloomberg posted this just ridiculous is a headline grabber was click bait. I don't like this type stuff because all the whole reason this was written was to get attention, get more clicks and guess what it was extremely successful but the title was four one K.. 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Quinn Cook on Duke, the G League and Kevin Durant

Warriors Off-Court

17:10 min | 2 years ago

Quinn Cook on Duke, the G League and Kevin Durant

"Welcome to the seventh episode of season. Two warriors off court the San Francisco Chronicle's NBA podcast. I'm your host warriors be Radyr Connor Letourneau. And today, I'm joined by guard Quinn cook who discusses his DC roots. How the team is handling the aftermath of the dream on green. Kevin Durant rift and much much more. I am Susan's lesser Oakland. A's beat writer for the chronicle, and I'd love it. If listened to my podcast as plus attack. The players coaches executives and others around the team every week. You'll get on field analysis and off the field insight. Do you know, which as player lust twenty pounds on a diet of donuts? You would if you've been listening to as plus join me every week wherever you get your podcasts as plus. You've obviously played pretty well the past what's working for you right now what what's been translating? Rather one games? So. We all got to step. Lot of getting lava Tunde guys being out. Trying to help us spas play with so many great players. Open shots got to stay aggressive. Keep honest. No. I think that. With paternity that a lot of getting injuries, Scott keeping better. Stay ready. So you are obviously G league success story. But you know, you guys have some more feelings as stories obviously Affonso McKinney guy kind of overall game in the dealing and it's become a factor. What's what's it? Like seeing guys come in after you and really benefit from the G league in and translate today. There for guys keep their drink. That's the reason for its. And and the hasn't been there that long it's it's kind of service purpose. The NBA us the great sent in Gaza assigned the GAAS. Affiliate players. Use it. Did you remember from the Julie, what would you think of pleading together? Second year. Is a good reason why got beaten. I five my SIS my sister. So. Kevin can keep keep in touch. Keep in touch with the guys like that draft, the Gaza. So when you guys heard that you're invited him that the team had invited him to train account. I. Yeah. I was happy for Luda situation. Told him. I tell you a couple of days he needed to do. His Thomas ticket. You told me when he made team. To do this. That may not to say that on the reason why. But I remember. Guys as he spots telling me what I need to do so fed. It was my duty to try to tell him help him along with everybody else. So desert and Damian lease another guy, obviously played with at Santa Cruz is he got when you're in Santa Greeks. Could you tell that he was an MBA guy? Just kind of. I know I've known him so long. Guy is all about. Got around here. Samples took advantage of every minute in Atlanta. A big big plus worse. He'll help out so much was he on your the PG Jaguars with you are. Lou Maryland bullets. I. Very he can't late service. He played this assault with to us. How cool is it to have these these in on team now, obviously K D day mealy with a little school of Marcus? All right. So. Really, really cool. Take a lot of cries waterfront. Everybody back home having all, but what do you guys need to do to get out of this scratch right now, what what are you focusing on right now all the right way? Competing, keep our heart. Obviously. Games on the road, his three great Danes. All right. They're probably I wonder all right there. Couple sites. Miss the different day. So. Keep building on the habits. You have you went to kill. You went to dukes. Here used to your teams getting in national exposure getting attention. But what do you what do you think of just the fact that this team is constantly a fixture on ESPN? Every storyline is analyzed for every which way. Do you get used to that? Or is it it is something you're still kind of getting. I'm used to everywhere. Then is that? Knob and blessed play last. Red programs plants his. Partially. I'm used to. Hear used today. Been for the past five years. Amaz outside though is kind of going on in house. Leaders and coaches grades obvious keeping everything in house, and we're family. So not outside noise obscene that comes with. No. Gona state has been. Play the game. We understand that come with it. We don't let anybody else paying or anything else affecting how we handle cells. How do you feel like eighties handled everything past not only is there? The storyline with dream AGA with all the injuries. He's being asked to be, you know, a go to guy off its Hispanic going through him. How do you feel like he's handled? Everything all used to being go to go to this whole line. Live that gonna change obviously. To about best players in. I think he's been a great leader. A lot more vocal this year. Just because we have a lot of young guys. Was impressive. How he's handled his leash. It hoping everybody got everybody. Think that? Player even better team. So all the stuff that's goes on contain tons of shows up work every day. He does whatever it takes to win. Rangers so selfless. We've obviously talked to the pass out. Katie helped you various points in your lab. And he's been someone you've leaned on during difficult periods in your live. Is it nice being here to help him during maybe tougher times just to be a friend to guy like that? He drew up with all your friends. I mean, we're we're MBA will help don't highlights combat. Anybody saying uptown come to work every day play basketball? Can't we can't get that perspective? And obviously, no he's been brothers been one of my best friends in my whole life that but we've been together every day for the past year so obsolete. We get closer. He's gone through some. I'm their form and vice versa. That's how everybody on the team. Everybody's here for everybody. This place. So unique is really not the sod is that something that we just do public really a family care about each other. So. I what basis place leaking. What makes Golden State centered place to be? Celebrate obviously every team has their dynamics there's every team has their minor off the court issues. The fact that this one is being being played out in public in such a way that changed how you deal with it at all or as a team. Does it make it any worse because it is so public? I'm ask what comes on the same say, this is so closely scoping scrutinized. So guys know anything that happened. Any kind of this agreement or any anything that happens? We understand. That's how. No sees anybody. Everybody have their pain. So like, I said, I think it's I think it's amazing. How we keep everything. Common. House teams go through arguments guys get into it because you want each other every single day what each other more than the family. So. Brothers fight brothers get to it. But I. This will make us stronger on those gonna make us stronger. But will offer about this. When we start winning when you're a kid and you're playing basketball in the DC area. Obviously the goal is to make the NBA. But at that point, you have no idea everything that comes with that. Right. I mean, you don't you don't understand that by making MBA, you're kinda certain extent giving up some of your privacy and their sacrifices that have to be made when you reach that level. I will point do you think you you start to realize all that comes with achieving that goal making them. Yeah. Offer me. So I've always been able to ask questions. See how it had? So for me. It's been easy transition this. I've always had a Kevin always had Jerry, Jen always had counter follow see how. For me. Ref always been around. I want to be here to see how guys and everything. No, you have no choice, but to get better. Obser- on a ball before about life Morehouse. Road. Thanks. I'm just thinking. Every day from. Summons as a guy who came up through high profile programs. Was it pretty clear early on that like you couldn't get away with some of the childhood adolescent transgressions that a lot of go through like if you messed up is probably going to be written by someone or it was probably going to get out somewhere. Did you? How did you learn? I mean, I went to math. That's the big school. What we're? Lying about that. I started at freshman one of the first. Dealt with people having to pay about new people writing about. Doses. I was fourteen years old. My coach all accountable. So like, I said, I was lucky. Less to have day. Then when I went to do post chaos that got left. Love to say so lucky. Had great coaching. So. For that. Yeah. What what? Your experience do coach K, obviously is as professionals they come how much did that experience set you up for not only making MBA, but having to take a circuitous route and have to go through the Versi that you ended up going all person my whole life. The basketball. Always these. Growing up with learn saints. Told me I had to change your body. Getting the hour before everything. That's that's about. Learn the basketball part all going the best players. Always top telling the country stuff like that. So the basketball rowing up meet really working. Trust in my teammates, me, you know, just growing up. Now, a big thing for me. Out stuff four years. I learned something from every day. I still use today. He's still talk to him on a regular basis. You think you'll be able to see him at any point this season gets? Look at the schedule Charlotte. They'll be in Syracuse so scheduled so it doesn't work out. I was found that kind of fraternity interstate as his out of you guys in the league into do. Is there a natural? Even if you didn't play with them at is their natural mutual understanding and bond there with anyone with coach. Stotts coaches family. Off AD's white, Mike. Say John's with that. They establish the foundation how how we handle things then it starts with the older guys. Like I felt like. I'm close with praying. He'll he played no not to make yourself. Twenty four twenty five felt close to him because he gave me vice when I committed to. Jay will Chris do all the Dow's who play before you got Elvis come back. Reach out. So there you even though you play with a guy you still haven't relationship, they know how practice they know what type of film session after long so. The older guys said standard. So obviously when you're the guy you want to get that reach out to Gaza where now so it's the continuous brother. It's up in your mind should DC be considered the best fastball habit in the country. There's obviously a few. There's you know, there's come out Lanta Indianapolis all over the country. But in your mind should DC right up there. Compete with within LA's dog. Oh. One thing about areas so small and have so many players MBA from central small radiuses is pretty neat. I take a lot of product. Who knows who's the best? But I think could be any of how many how many would you guesstimate? There are you? Yeah. Yeah. Maryland DC DNB area. His over doesn't. Victor. Jerry, Jeremy, Jeff green. Haiti dante? Careful. Came in Dame is like yeah. Further. Yeah. He's more Baltimore. He's from Baltimore by some kind of diff- out the whole air. Like, we don't we don't. I I went to university of familiar. Yeah. So like twelve. Pretty good considering we're talking about like how? Eighty miles county VCI that loss. Thumb robinson. So many. Well, I appreciate you taking the time. Doc. Where's off court is part of the San Francisco Chronicle podcast network. Andre Cooper's editor in chief. If you liked the show, we'd love it. If you'd subscribe to it wherever you get your podcast, and you've got a minute to give us a quick review that helps us build our audience. 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F**K the FLU SHOT, Why do women like PIMPS?,CB tells personal R.Kelly stories, Sly visits the DR, and Inside The Cave is on the RADIO

Inside the Cave

1:39:38 hr | 2 years ago

F**K the FLU SHOT, Why do women like PIMPS?,CB tells personal R.Kelly stories, Sly visits the DR, and Inside The Cave is on the RADIO

"Is pleasure entertaining. You from commentary house reversal interviews and sexy gays cautious. We have given you all know, the common Washington, go inside the cave is still here. Cave can ignorance guarantee thought provoking, ignorance the best blend of hip hop. And I'll be with special guests. Gave is I think as now on radio. Go inside the cave. K? Phillips, your voices heard speaker. The heat all inside the cage has to wasn't. I gotta ask you. Now, usually he to movement inside the cave. We started is usually about a person, you know, or a woman that misrepresented herself. But this week I need to ask my which cat with me we not together. But we went to see snoop the redemption of snoop Dogg and the show. I went to see Don Juan show, and what I can't understand for the life of me is why a bunch of women. Ran to Don for pictures and hugs. He's a pimp the Bishop and a bunch of women ran to him for hugs and pictures, and I can't understand for the life of me. Does that make sense? I need a female answer for that. But I just can't understand how a woman could run to Don Juan a pimp not on as a spiritual adviser. You know, what you know, what he did marry my he did he was officiated at my cousin went in nineteen eighty nine. No, forget it. No, no, no. No, they both got divorced. And then they are I p they both did speak. I want to speak ill on a dead. But. I wanna fishy in your win. You was a bad marriage too. I'll talk about my wife didn't believe me. So I because you know, we got the VHS VHS Omar God, Don wild really was the big got married in allow locals loud. Don, Juan would preach you pay big money. He doesn't opening weekend. It was loud. They both did it. That'll any woman a little pimp Mary her. I problem, but I can understand the effectuation with. Women going to see this. This'll makes the whole metoo thing. Look like a bunch of garbage. 'cause you women are pressed by this John you want to see like I understand. But you guys want to go get a pick. With Don Juan for woman. You want to hang out with Don Juan? That's. Striven and walking the street. That's fucked up. Joe? Shit. It might be the fact that he just celebrity you know, what I'm saying he's a pill. Celebrity pill ex-pm that is spiritually buzzer. Spiritually. Anybody who still believes Don Juan legitimate, pem is full. We used to be at use to be. He's not a Pentland. Aided attempt for a long time. But the thing is though, why would you wanna go meeting ex pimp because he the celebrity? That's why. And then there's a whole economy, not those particular women, and I'm not saying all women, but what makes a woman susceptible to be in pimped by pimp in the first place. First of all you got to understand the game. The understand the reason why they do it. The reason why you ain't never lived that light. That's why. Sort of. Yes, I had. Of women. Absolutely. That's because has the old that we play. This saving. I'm sorry. You say oh pill plays the role of saving holes. But that's the that's the allusion Gill. Then he put her about their oldest role. Absolutely. Thank you. The port of party to was there was taking over everything and society in life right now. Social media. So have many run to other things in life just to see how many likes they get really really. This is an old as crowd. It will who was acting the wildest guess what every old woman next to me or they fold snoop was before. So I think a lot of people who run into him not just because you're celebrity. We'll see at the record and take a picture of the telepho- extra shit. Also. I was with my cousin down one. Don, Juan with the hassle together. Just just just have some no social media to. So what he was the only status and in the car and the cop out about young people is is that they're being affected by social media. But that's not absolutely Trudy their own. He if your social media man that thing hasn't wave either exposing nor narcissism or turning you narcissistic wanted to. No matter how you are. There's there's all when I say it was. New payment. ABC we both with. So how was the crowd reaction? So you see you save a lot of older people. Ios and everybody in there was my age and older old necessarily I will survive and all the phones they came out with people that with older, and the funniest thing right now to me is when I see older person live going live on Facebook. Yeah. Yeah. They all know Instagram is. Are they doing? The valley. They cool it out a flip phone. Caillebotte minute. It. All right, right. Before we. That the MO ladies wildfire better your valley. The real hot spot valley. Don't start. No shit slide on start no shit before before we move on before we move on. I do want to say that obviously did affected all these guys on tonight. That means none of us one the mega millions. If they did they wouldn't be here to like to ask every single personal here. What would you do if you win or if you had won the lottery that big one point six billion after after tax head nine hundred million dollars? What would you do sly? No, let me down brother. What would you do? The first thing all together. What would I do here? Go ahead run off list. What would you do one of the first things? I would do I would not be going into work or I will be professional going work at quip them off fuck in procreate way. Bye. All I would definitely call in from island. A while. Now. Call me while I'm flying the plane. You know, I would definitely be on a yacht. So place for that first week because you don't have to come. You'll have to come forward it in Illinois. You'll have to come forward for a year or something like that. Right. You don't have to claim you'll have you'll have to come over for like a year. Unleash I signed a beca. They're fucking ticket. And I would disappear. If you only go by that sound, you'll be a white, man. But. Down on bleach for skiing. Come come back. A black. You great. Ever notice when it when the got a pocket full of money going into work to just so tired. Argo work to sit on my lock. I got some don't they need. I need to get my shit out. My life. Logger? I guess him sit out my lack of watch. 'cause we didn't Jim it ain't Jimmy hop. Is it? Would you do wherever you win a letter? Butter. Man. I'm doing a similar thing. Man. I'm getting the fuck outta town, man. Somewhere as you already won the lottery, lock sit outrage, Sri Lanka. Oh where man gotta here. Written a yacht bringing the family bringing the crew. So we brought in. Joe dirt come over to let me know let me down. Joe I get my money. I'm probably walk around naked air where I go. Time. Don't be a small Fiso. Oh. Mike my job. A misdemeanor. Bernie max'ed. Around the mini knock down the first round brother at a boy too. All right. I roll in what you do. I don't have no elaborate stories because I don't play the lottery. So I don't have the lottery. So I I don't have my dreams. Eduation? So might be a little bit more frugal. I ain't gonna let course like everybody else. I quit my job. But in my wife thinks I'm crazy for the laughs at me every time out actually get a big ass RV and travel around the country. I got all right. Knicks villi. Oh, y'all stone as. Bagel, please a winnebago queens. Say they shit. Trailer wheel. Winnebago? Everywhere you you you visit. About all he gonna pay them. In a big all black big oil ball. Oughta be a winnebago they make they make bigger RV's winning. Winnebago, you'll have a Harvey. Twenty nine on that one. What you let me down belly. What you're gonna do, bro. May. I'm kinda I'm kinda boring, man. First thing that wake up from my coma that I wonder Muffin. I always tell people I'm gonna end up being asked to you because I'm past right out for having many days. So after I wake up from nesh, it really, I'm just say the wealth, man. You know, they say, they know fun if the homies can had in this in this case about money, so fun to have money may if you came listening around so this rid. This rid. All right. That was sweet. I come. Less. Restore fifty four. You know, the hair restore place. Komo your. Joke today. I'm gonna go to sampling as. Went on vacation he'd bring nothing back. Navy? You've been a vacation the one month. You ain't bring sit back with the blissed on them down feed. You. Bring you back to back. The back two years supply because that year supply only six months on them lips. His grow on the lips. Paul. What would you do big? You. Gotta may just call me. Anonymous now got them, exactly. That's long. I'm buying. I I got a different burner phone everyday. So when I hit you up. All I can tell you a dollar, but don't call you back. Then we're gonna get thrown in the garbage. You're going to be for real from the show. Jonah every day. I'm getting to somebody homes on the street news. You wanna do it? I got one for dog on bring dog to be the first one to bring NFL see now. Got you do that. You get them quits. People being the statement. Well, let me tell you. I really thought about this high. No never win the lottery because. All I got his evil should my mind. First of all, let me just say this my family, my wife mckee's, my mom them. They straight all the ladies the lady and gentlemen, on this show, y'all street now that out took care all that y'all know how y'all on my main page on Facebook. It don't I don't do nothing on. There has been empty for about two years. Oh, all this shit going stop soon as I find out Fisher that I want because I'm gonna go down that list. And I'm going to all you're gonna see on your feed is fuck you. If you kiss my as suck. My dick bitchy wanna give me no pussy in high school. Fuck you is going to be a whole it's going to be all that should be going on for about twenty four hours. Then I'm going to call my wife that we have to have a talk. And I'm gonna say look here is only so much positive shit. You can do it now hundred million dollars. To come to agreement. I'm a niece sixty days where I'm not low. No, I'm no longer CBI. I'm no longer Courtney Blackman. I'm no longer the father of my kids. I just need sixty days. Well, Banney your kids abandoning everybody. I'm no. Fucking. I'm going to have a wife. Law. Right. Hey, look, I'm can go ahead and get yours into cause for sixty days. I'm going to get it in because I it look. Vegas. Say hands. It's only so much positive shit. You can do a nine hundred million gave back to the kid gave back to the community. It's you still have some millions left. I need sixty days would've, I'm I'm gonna go to I'm gonna go up the FOX nukes and pull up at the front door say I need these four bitches to come downstairs for. I need to move. If I first to win the lottery and go to prison. Dog. How? Prison. Pasi scheme while in prison. See me, you know, the less negative wants to a bunny ranch. He left out in the cocaine. Komen. Call your ass. Cordy him told you about that bunny ranch and ain't ours. You'll come out there biz win one thirty seven. All right. All right. That's how we get now in. Trying to. Okay. This how we get down on indie central radio. We'll be right back with listeners feedback with cousin. Lamar. Johny Kip just got paid for by listen to Friday to still got the eight. That's what I want. Still getting a hard hard paycheck. One. Chick and go to the Bank and cash for Goto the Kersee. And I gotta drive that do that, man. You gotta have check. I don't know a big dog. Can we get a check of we wanted to? They can only get a check. List? They fuck up big it with the check. Are you going to check check belly shit kit. Strike nap. Yeah. That's right. Oh, that's part of my kill yourself and start over. This is. Doll eight don't speak on my money over there wrote. This. This is listen to feedback with cousin Lamar got an opinion. Let's beer one. It's as the direction of sake. You really feel? I just say listeners feedback with cousin lavar on inside the. K podcast. K podcast dot com. Contact us this week. This week. We got a Carolyn Carolyn right saying saying something should be a joke. I captured no-one jokes during knowing autism months. Adult disrespect people who are seriously suffering from the results of breast cancer, so guys and then she goes on. She says so guys only hold the gore for for women to look at her. But you should be ashamed. Joking about breast cancer joking about breast cancer do. Yeah. Go here. Do remember joking? I wasn't joking. I did say that don't you should hold a door for for a woman. So you can look, but I do remember saying that, but I don't remember that burst council she probably Tom about. And what's her name again? Caroline, caroline. Trust me. We definitely wouldn't joke about breast cancer. You might be referring to you know, in the studio, you know, sometimes we have substance as lunch party favors. So you've probably heard me a CB going back and forth. When I by mistake, say breast awareness and correct me instead of risk council when maybe come up, and I don't see no joking that. Yeah. I don't remember you. I don't know. All right. What else we got good? Sorry about that care. What else? All right cements that we got lands Lance writing sands. So when he bring in the show back to Fridays, are you ever gonna do sports updates again? And then also what happened to her sports update? You never tell him. Last week. This is from last week. That last week. No, lance. We might need Lance. Don't land grab big big rig across the nation. We might need to get rid of a body, Lance. What else? Yeah. He also says, you know, you're watching too much porn when you have subscriptions to triple X sites. Tail. Fly got the new this X cat. Do. I have issues. Joe you say you wanted to tell Lance 'cause I know we all told him last week. But you wanna tell them what to heard yet? You wanna tell the Lucknow still somewhat? Okay. I know you know, you've been itching. I'm talk. We told him last week. We're having a rolling compared them to meet much. Oh neat. You frown? Roun- food Gezi. What else we got? All right. That's from the garage. The riot says what the hell is this? You guys are terrible activists does your audience really like this. I guess so because you keep in and up on the charts near shout out to the garage. Yeah. He's talking about the last night in Vegas sketch. He only heard a lot of feedback from coupled episodes ago, so all our listeners one there was talking about when you go back and listen to this from a couple of episodes. But yeah, I think we're doing a pretty good job. Keep listening J in the garage listening better getting better. What else we got? All right. We got Nina, Nina says wow on your response to chivalry. I'm having a hard time. Believing slide does classes on chivalry. And Joe rarely if she doesn't get out the car when he does he would just leave her in the cards terrible. So hard to believe about that. I've told you true. Maybe guys don't open the door for you. Is good to know that somebody kid. I'll just say look if I'm holding and you'll get out of the car, I'm coming to get you. I'm going to have me a personal meal say I'm hungry too. Say I'm hungry too. Doggy bag. That was funny about this chivalry ship. And I'm kinda like on the fence with some things, I do some things that don't aren't really that old. So all that opening doors shit. It's over you really ought at. Oh, no. Is a couple of Jesus that no mass still to this day opened up the car door and shit. I did that never was my thing. I hold doors open and stuff like that. But my car does. But was funny about this is the main people you hear the main women you here. Complain about men not being rule. Chivalrous is independent women. This lesson. Have it both ways you can't say, I don't meet a man. And then you want to make it a be chivalrous. The. We need a man and have a man be in the man position. Or are you going to be a getting off the car by himself female that was from a cast corner? Let it go from Li Li was. All right. And then we got Troy Troy, he says, you know, you watch too much poured when you looking for porn hub to that was funny thing in learn not gonna say it was original that I never heard that before nowhere else. On says, and that will give the cave credit on he too because everybody is using it. Now that is the truth. They are definitely using mush it kind of pissed off about it. Because they took it in spent it and made it something else that totally disagree with what else we got. 'cause edit that out. All right. Cheryl, Cheryl, right? San san. I don't understand what I'm listening to last night in Vegas. I'm trying to follow alarm, but it's confusingly funny. You all even know what's on. Nope fail. No way. I'm winning. I know that much. Not not wait until a couple more episodes taken this shit day by day. I'll how slamma he winning. You got killed up. Hey, that's winning. And that's what it on this year. That was I knew scrip you've been in the closet again. The last time you you play that one guy. One of your characters got killed up on one of. One. That's in the game. Still funny. This is funny. Okay. Who? What's going on? I'm gonna get caught up who. Remember ever said. Okay. Yes. Then we got. A while. The niece the needs licensed sand. Good interview with the girl. From more means world. I can't understand for the life of me watch. She will come on this show, but great work, and it was a good interview. And she acted in the bega show. Well, well out I, you know, I take I resent the fact that they right me too. Say that our platform is not deserving of of be lists model sleigh. Actress. For this show. Jeremy who must be surly Ralph, Pepsi, right? What's her name? Want to be on the show? She wasn't on the show. We too big for you. CB CB and we recorded show he working last night in Vegas right now. They made them to the park. Comet fifty go onto the podcast wash show. What else we got cuss last? We got Tiffany, Tiffany. Right. Saying saying congrats on the radio show. I like it a lot. She said as far as last night in Vegas is pretty funny y'all getting funny again to the point that I can't listen to the podcasts at my desk while I'm working. Favorite kidney? Again, we never stopped mayor funding seventy so. So that's that's he got us with that one favorite Tiffany favorites. Paul. I knew users yet, by the way that was Tiffany haddish narrowed in Tiffany haddish. Like, I say listen to feedback today inside the cave podcast g mail at g mail wherever you follow us on social media. Jay, z, Shannon. News room was gossiping reality. Rumors. With cats on inside the cave. Don't right now with news of changes while he's sending emails Tuesday. Wins. So much has happened. In political news this start with the main thing bomb has been sent two bomber. Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton's basically, all the Democrats and CNN Maxine Waters got one waters a bomb has been sent in our good. Oh, president said this these type of action not be happening. And we're totally against it. We need to come together as a country now last night on the other hand or sorry Tuesday night imitate cruise was telling everybody that they were gonna lock Hillary up and they were going to do a whole bunch of other violent shit. So you know, if only we had like crew f- like we can find like Twitter feeds or someone on TV speaking violence against CNN Kratz, only we had. I think what I told you earlier that. They just do every time the election about to happen. Some something happens, man. And you're just trying to scare up the vote. They don't have a platform. So they they scaring people into going to the polls and vote in voting Republican conservative. How is blowing sending a bomb to the Democrats gonna make people vote? Because if they would've did it to other ways, they would've thought it was them. So they, oh, we got to do it to reverse way. So I think we all come together. On denounced announce it. And and they're still they're still go to the polls and vote no conservative to protect the country, this food just said the other day that he was a nationalist. Proud. The only one. Openly saying that now that's crazy where the country's going. Going back. Great again, he's taking it back. Today. We can't have this. All together. Yeah. That's that's making America. Great again. All right and social news for those that don't know in Atlanta hundred seven thousand people in Atlanta lost their right to vote why you ass because they didn't participate in the last election the laws being called use it or lose it. So for everybody who'd been vote in twenty sixteen. You're no longer allowed to you have to reregister. Shit. I ever. That's the dumbest shit of dumbest shit of best. Call voter suppression, fellows, that's what they're doing. Exactly. In an attainment news brought to us by rolling into Cleese report playboy is having the first transgender model on the cover of its magazine. I wish cat was still trying to understand this. So does this model road? Just you sent it. This model is this. So this is a woman man, or is this a man woman. You can be two different types of transgender one. That is non no, which one is the magazine. I wasn't checking for quitting. Because because playboys only the show vagina. So that's what I'm trying to figure out how they going now. So are showing I'm I'm I'm gonna say like this there sumptious that I'm making is one or two things. Now, I haven't seen a playboy in probably twenty years. So I don't know what they from what I understand what to look at them is that they never really showed the opening Mike show. Mike the hair for whatever before scene. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Role again on the more up. We'll let me say this on the more a little more popular one. I'll put it this way. That's neither here, nor there point is is that if they gotta get outta town. He's probably going tuck. And then if he don't tell them he got one of them surgical Jonah's, the no show that. So this issue going to be called, do you know that oh, it's still gonna be a playful issue? The the whole agenda is bro. Is that? If you remember the whole thing with genuine where the transgender woman tried to kiss genuine, and they got this whole thing that now it's some type of like you're not allowed to deny them from being woman. So if you turned out, you're being homophobic, if you turn down the advancements of transgender win fuck that. If they are. They are shocking to be considered women just like a regular one day like January down the regular woman. He married he turned down woman from kissing. That's not what they're saying. He what you're saying. I mean, he he turned down advance. No matter what. They flip it. They flip it. That's what they do. Just like the one transgender was on beat dude up on on that. What's that Dr show, Dr drew or something like that? That ex-marine China to women let the big loop heat up, then low Jewish new. Got to see the. Larry's let me use it. Homophobes with if you kiss them you homo neither here. There. There should be this is not transgender bashing gay bashing. But there shouldn't be no Dixon playboy. It's not gonna be a penis in playboy, bro. Either. He had. Ear playboys. No too much for him. Will you still got nudie magazine? Good point too. He said he went back to the Bundy day. A great point. Let's get this move on. In sports news, the Lakers and the rockets at abroad in the third quarter of LeBron's home opener. Chris Paul Rasiah, Rondo Brandon Ingram were all suspended. Here's my take on this. Lebron is quickly finding out that the Lakers ain't what is cracked up to be because that their turn four games in and they're already turning up. Got to win. Yeah. Do not yet. They might. With the bulls. Kobe walkout family. That was funny. No that was. Come on you believe in the internet again that was from when he got his jersey retired. Somebody may. Somebody played me. I thought he certainly out. See see what I'm saying? Well, guess what? Cbi? He should've walked. Welcome walked out of legs game and went to the to the World Series. Okay. Okay. On though. So I guess he didn't say that. If they if they go, oh Inten he'll come back. I guess he didn't say that either. Joe you read that on the internet, right? Yeah. Kobe's quoted as saying if they go, oh and ten I'm coming back. But they gotta want him back. And I don't think they wanna play. I'm I'm joking. Somewhere. All right. Rondo spit on Crispell. Oh, he definitely spent on Chris Ball. He should've got twenty games 'cause outta still been beating breaks up. Rhonda. My whole thing is why was the Brian walking off, Chris, right? That's relative. Banana boat thing. Heels man to them, right? Here we go. We gotta go through this every season. Exactly. Go ahead. Rondo they hit them? They hit them. It was different Laurent. And Chris Paul was hugging. But. But it's supposed to be Dixon playboy. Now, you're talking about the grand Rondo, hey, y'all some right now out in just because you if I get into when your co workers. You mean the team you're going with your co worker? Let me ask you this big. I tell you what you told me. Quest. This is what he told. This is what big dog told me he told me he said if you ever come to my home hometown with me and son end up happening. He say you straight because you might you might guess you would meet. So that's the way LeBron is a Laker foot. Chris Paul Holly him after game. You'll be hugging on him. Chris just you told me you told me if I come down to your hometown. What you go you go to my hometown. With me ain't nobody going. Fuck. What you first of all you got right? Rondo is this guy. This totally different out say you wish he has somebody to hold you. The bra probably got home barbecue, the Braga home and his kids. Why you think oh my God? Daddy like that. Let but daddy. Chris. It takes us. They farm issue. See? See? We'll see y'all making y'all making terrible terrible. Terrible mistake, y'all keep trying to compare nineteen nineties basketball, the two thousand eighteen basketball and K nobody LeBron because this LeBron does all the time. He not getting enough of that he come into nobody. He should have grabbed his teammate not the other day that show team. And you gotta go back to the locker room where Rondo and what Brandon Ingram, you ain't going back to the locker room oppress fall. Right. The same. It was a different way than mellow grab. Brandon ingram. No. So I guess we've been to that type of show, right? No, you really wanted to be kisla, Brian James. So so dog this would be one to do you wanna do like when you had a dance? And then you switch parties like Maher was healing on health party. He wants out of switch. He will mellow to look at Eric Gordon, say April, I'm gonna come over there and get Rondo from your hands. And I'm gonna give you Chris. We're gonna make a evening clock hall told the Brun while he hit his hand on. Amen. I'm cool. I'm good. I'm good. Then he walked over to Jeff Van Gundy said the man spit on what he had to tell the brunt. I'm good for him to get his arm off up watch the video. As in in ABA that somebody onto the other team to someone admit your boy was wrong for this. Exact. Eighteen at all. Two thousand eighteen wrong in two thousand thirty eight got Devon. Thirty eight LeBron still look those record that record Rondo and angering gonna be mad too long. That was listening rundown on on Monday. We'll be taking case. Vacation. Anchors. What? Was we get back to where we live from somebody still get another. Vida. Right. We we own the same team. Right. If that's like that's like, that's like you come to Chicago. And you get into somebody that we and we go over it with the guys at that you and then walk off. Lebron saying the same thing. What do you mean you go there with the guys? Okay. Why would you go to Gaza? It's not your guys if they if if I got some guys Chicago. And then they somebody else in the yard get into it. And instead of me walking off with you. I go over there and walk with them. Hey, man, what happened man leader that's filed. You guy you came with me. Okay. So Chris, Paul guy, right? That's not his tiny. The competition. He he worked with them. Right. Way down talking about all I know is he just met the, hey. In a in a finals what did receive while his teammates? Look, we know you a cagey coup, but this business you are teammate stop being nice to that. Nick. In nice. Comparing old school basketball. They CB. What if you notice it that's going on with the Minnesota? Minnesota Timberwolves, whatever they plan. Again. Embiid can't get into 'em. Be. He get not who Jimmy puzzle run into. Jimmy bill. Fuck both of them. Don't be on a bit laughing. It's recording. It that's what you'll be doing. This. Thank team. Don't mean. Now, go. Fact that was the roots. Ain't nothing new. They saying nothing new. Hey, this is for those that don't know we have a segment car kill yourself and start over for. We're going back to the original kill yourself and start over around the cave. Let's do it right now the first segment something after. Start over on inside the cave. I got a team. Florida. Southwest Airlines flight from Tampa Bay. Why does lady was sleep next to him? He decided to grow and fill on. Detail her. Well, the president said is cool to do it. So that's why did it. Is he rich though, if he's not rich, you can't do Trump specifically say when you're rich eggs, actually, no hell, no. He originally facing two years federal penitentiary for that before white Joso. Pardon people. Really big on par. Larry hoover. So you say he going pardon the white guy. Yeah. Right. That's a good one. Would you got this week's life? Kill yourself. Start over to. Political Saudi Saudi Arabia's coming up with as many lives as they came to cover for murdering the on the Washington Post reporter. They still line. They still coming up stories on how how does does man. Came up missing dead murdered dismembered. So they they definitely need to kill yourself start over. And and another one will have to go to forty five sitting up the inside where we don't. We don't know if it was them or not we don't know if we can be sure that they knew anything about it and come to find out that this man has more business dealings with the Saudi Arabians personal business dealings than anyone to the point where he doesn't want to lose any business context within for when he leaves office. Dirty game rule. Number one is thirty game dirty game. Absolutely is. Absolutely. All right. Would you got this week because 'cause has interest of stuff? No, none too interesting crazy shit going on in my area over in Greenhills, Ohio should been happening far more often. But yeah, I remember sit back in the day where you remember the old fucking Scooby doo looking at advance creepy bands with the tenant. The. That right. Well, it's like two vehicles roll around in the neighborhood. I'm stock and nobody got shot yet. But they rolling up on kids on bikes, and like trying to learn more to the to the Beatles. And rain hills is like just a, you know, one little town away and. Has happened. Like, I'm getting reports like probably twice a week. But whoever that full is driving around in green hills. I hope the cops get you before somebody in the neighborhood. Get you. I I don't know what I was played out. Like, I mean, the hell still drive around putting Scooby doo vehicle trying to adult kids like. Don't you? Remember back in the day. Yeah. Yeah. The same ship home you clan. Raper stan. That's great. Would you got this week valley? First of all, I wanna pray for that person is doing of driving bankers on a certain neighbor. He's already today. Today. Somebody got the leeward number right? Able to speaking of of that embodies meant to get this out last week on if you are a couple of weeks ago of funeral home cantrill funeral home in Detroit. It was offering around close down about fast, six months ago. They went into a redo the building make a community center. Only for the contract is defined human bodies general. They found to have more than they found about nine here babies like in in Darvish bags think. It was two bigs casket will I multiple their babies inside of. And they found cash from people who pay them that they never get too. So the one guy. Police never found out about it. Got. His excuse was what a family some of them couldn't afford to pay. So I told them keep the body. That's day. Billy, billy. He really would. He was dead serious too. Though. Yeah. Man. You know, needless to say he ain't getting look into him and everybody else who responded that. Craig? What's funny is I don't know what goes on and white. But this is actually like the coming like an issue, but across the country like there's many stories like this where you have one. They were stolen the bodies out in the back like they had like hail. They were throwing them out. Sad like rolling down the hill. Yeah. Like, they wasn't. They wasn't like cremating them. I guess it cost so many hundreds of thousands of dollars that get that other than that hot like cremate a body. So I'm like, well, why are they keeping body while they just cremate them? But I guess it costs money to do that. A lot of times. And this is one of the sad things about you know, our community man is we don't prepare for the life after. Meaning you don't have life insurance. Little little CU Bere. Gotta get you know, we gotta get some type of donation and bury people crazy, man. I just don't get it. So we always gone to these mineral homes, you know, begging with our handout say we can't afford to put our mom in the ground, or you know, the Mon had seven killing can't come come together for two three grand. Yeah. Have you when you think they're going to give much? Could you got this week big dog? That was a good one. Man. I gotta give it to my son's bus drop. That's right. He need to kill us. Other start-up? Does mother forgave her day. He'll pay as right by the house stuff of you know, what? I mean. He's looking terrible. He too old to be fucking drive. Joe? Thank you. The school six. To my son's BUSTER. Fled. Really what you got this week, man. Oh my gosh. So many so many. We gotta start out with making Kelly. We gotta give her a big kill yourself. Start over. The theme here is going to be white privilege. Just let you you know. I just don't stay for the life of me, how these white people could just be on national TV, and you got four white people at the table discuss. In would is racially, okay. To do. I don't see a problem with by Pete where people Trump address up character in this half a old enough to know with black trae says, so she gets the first kill you. So. You so. The second kill yourself and start over goes to check Kelly quarterback for the Denver. I don't even want to run down a land at shitting that eat in done. But this gotta rap. She's so damn long. Think of same as Dr knell. Quarterback in the day of Denver Broncos until just this week when when the owner same my post and finally cut him your post, if I pose a course. So I think that's it. I'm gonna sleep. Somebody else's house. Somebody asked me what I posted. Right. Somebody say I want to know what kind of sweeper I was. And I said it was a curvy. Today house. Most of them relieving doors opening city, probably lived in communities or something like that. Yeah. Scoot over a second. He beat the phrase off his exit sweeper though, and you member anybody remember Karbi. At minimum things is heavy as hell. They probably got a fracture scholarship. All right, keeping Parolin white privilege more white people news, kindle Jenner was rocking, the afros on you kill yourself and start. Here's the thing. This is what people think joking about this. But in in the year, twenty thirty. Black people will look like the car dashes. That's that's that's going to be only representation of black people. You're gonna have you're gonna have one nigger congress with in other African American community would be the car dashing. That's it gonna live. That's why is rock and afro right now because she's gonna show that she had black pride in the Trump era. And she rocked airflow. I'm telling you, let me ask you this. Why? Because I might be a little confused on. What actually went down was this was this being a culture vulture was he trying to steal the name and call whatever she had an afro because in all honesty, white people in the seventies head frozen. Like our understand how exclusively black thing. I don't wanna get my black card talk. But I'm saying like welcome back Carter had afro will that's a conversation for you sly dog 'cause we weren't there. So. And until. Mr. Carter did have an afro. That's what I'm saying. It you know, plus had a afro his effort was so dumb. And he was so fucking hand. There's I'll his own. This is not a conspiracy. They thought Alex trebek's was walking black. Do look what he plaque. I can see even in the seventies. He was darker any head of afro now. Geraldo, ever Marietta Buckingham road. Might explain to me where everybody's mad at KENDALL. Jenner form. I think she's going to be African American when it's all said and done. That's that's going to be reputation of African American. Also, I wanna give the people there's a new movie or new show coming out. I think John living John legend was going to be creating called surviving are and basically what they did. They talked to and his wife. It's ex wife, and we know his ex wife rolling. It's crazy what the school system she is on their dog. And. Amee dog dog him out, and they talked to everybody. But here's the problem. I have with dozens on giving so kill yourself from start over. You can't make it official. If you only gonna talk to certain people going to say, what you want them to say because I know some people that got some stories about our Kelly, and you ain't interview them hill interview. Meet meta fact enough is enough. I'm going to tell our Kelly story right now. Here are Kelly story. Yes. I do. Okay. Sure. He goes are Kelly story one day. He touched you. He to say. We do. I would place linked to white. PPC? The. Holding their cameras. Listen, I just wanna know. A fee strong. Like, they have a strong. Rolling. You know, I know CBO and the camera. Editing. Fogging up thirteen years and the camera. Back came. Go here. He goes. Do I tell different are Kelly story every week until I run out only got about nine of legal one. Who's in the studio me and his cousin? I won't say his cousin because that whatever. So we will studio and we're getting ready to go on the tour bus to the next because he traveled always his tour. But even when he was going. Local places he would ride in the tour bus from the hill lead studio. And he would go. I'm talking about ten minutes away. But he'll go in his tour bus. So we leave on the tour bus, and he has on fatigue outfit. Fatigue outfit off teeth. And he has a mask on his a mask on his face. But we leave out of his cousin. I remember that. Okay. Relieve how none of any talking about the mass covers a fool mass like he'd get rid of burgle your burger. He leave out the his room. And then kills come out his room. He got the fatigue on seven people watching them and stuff. So next name. No turns out lady was his wife, and she comes out the room and walks up to him, and he gives her the point like Malcolm mix point in terms head in like points, and she just put a head now walked off so Tyree. Was there at the time anti Reese came they made them bitches and check it's a negative his wife. Oh, my that. We have so many hoes tonight before, hey. It up. Can ask. Tyree says a funny motherfucker, I got another story about Teresa funny. Okay. Tell me tell tight restore roof. With though we go to the to the club that he r Kelly's doing his his releasing the best best of his best of CD, anti Reese kissing and this nigga walkup Tyree told her story before Jay Davis. Oh, this nigga walkup Tyree. He was like, yo I know you he was drunk as he said man, you was in so food. Now, you fucked the shit out of Nealon. That would mean homie. He's watching another night. Thank you. Fuck. The shit out of me alone. Man, you lucky month. Nah, nigga, I'm bored. Okay. I'll get what they call. You. To make it legal for me. Like. Oh, those Kelly restores there. By the way, we want to give a kill yourself start over to a man who actually did kill it. So he was a filming a video on an airplane. Canadian guy in eighty at the falling off a plane plane wing during a music video. I want to tell his family, and I don't feel sorry. People are. People are because they have things caught green screens. There's no reason for you to actually go on who is the motherfucker that let him go on the wing of a plane. The stunt double the stunt. Double letter says do it because ever do that. Are you serious? Everybody involved in this should need to kill yourself and start over and it sound like that guy actually did. So anybody thinks on file for cracking on this side stupidest parachute? The negative. Me. No. That's gonna turn out. Well, he did he did have on a pair of shoes. He just ain't pull until you hit the ground. Too late for that. How high up was Yorkers. If they said it was skydiving high. So I don't know if that's like two thousand feet or three thousand feet, but yeah, he fell off. And I guess he was so shocked. He grabbed a damn shoot the corden time. Our ain't that a bitch. I'm supposed gone skydiving this weekend. Hold on, man. Black people don't skydive what the fucking talking about. You're going skydive. I'm going down. I'm playing this weekend. You gotta be. Perfectly flammable. I'm real smelled Sunday. Grand Canyon one. Girls. We don't have on the. He's a fucking celebrity. Not be jumping not in no planes man slot. You've been with us a year. Man. You gotta be real. You got. This is what should call them cancer patients. Richmond. Going on at the fancy trips and do all that risk mistaken ship. A slack and you like fill out some type of waiver. Yeah. All the rest of your vacation time and truth. It up belly wanna be my vacation beneficiary. Mr king. We. Eight weeks vacation time. All right. That was kill yourself. Don't give it the valley hill. Fuck it up. That was kill yourself and start over eventually Mahala the heifers how we can get a eight hundred number. So all our listeners, you can send us some kill yourself and start over we right back with the Cleese report. That was Mace. I need to be about away valley. I will listen to that some. Mace talking about molested metric 'cause I you know, we that song came on in nineteen ninety seven and we will seventeen so I didn't really pay attention to lyrics like bonanza grown, man. I'm like, wait a minute. You follow her to school? This come Mace is by Mace at Mesa, featuring Moe Neva, I need to be. Will for one. It was a lot of rape. He likes songs back in the day that people really didn't catch and you just get speaking those stories about some. No, no. If you if you look back to a lot of music, it was a lot of questionable things being said and even were big Utah valley sound like he was a Melissa big told abroad, here's going that. He's dead. Yeah. I mean, they said a lot of questions shit in the nineties, but this really late. He says. Yeah, I remember shorty. She was not nineteen. He said, and then the guy's telling them she is nineteen. He said nigger follow her to school. That's how I know. She wasn't nineteen. For one why he ain't at school. What is creepy? Really you never heard that before. Sounds like that I caused a lot of that. Amazed with ASA valley. Why you over there looking at me? Little girl standing there. This segment right here is the Cleese report. We do on inside the cave is actually its own cash. You can follow it on Instagram where I bring a conspiracy and enrolling guy. His Sophie, actually fact checks me, let me know if this has any credentials of being correct and everybody else gets feedback. You want answers Cleese reports. The board with Roland on inside the cage handle the truth is this segment is being sponsored by Weinstein film. Production company expanding from the west coast to the east coast. They pride themselves on catching in motion covering all your film, photography and editing needs if you are in need of their services, call them at eight. Eighty one four seven or visit them on their website at WWW. We are lying stand dot com. That's Lyons with this team. At a boy row way to go out there and get your own w we definitely get w two. This week. We're talking about the flu shot. Every year round the fall in the wintertime start here ED's on the radio seeing it on TV about going to get a flu shot in my problem with the flu shot is. Why does it always happen around this time of the year? Why do you have your flu shot this time of the year? See the problem. I have with the flu shot is this they make it seem like the cold and the flu that happens when it's cold outside. But we all know be honest with you. I'm not a doctor, and I don't play one on his podcast. But I have a lot of medical people in my family and cannot catch a cold from it being cold outside. You cannot catch the flu from being cold outside. So why do they keep telling us? This is the flu season. Why do they keep telling this cold season? When people have caught a cold in the summertime catch the flu in the summertime. Why do they keep? Telling us this bullshit why because they want us to get the flu shot and all the flu shot is in my opinion to make a real quick is us being tested for the government while they inject his bullshit in seat. What's going to happen to them this time? That's my opinion on the flu shot. Fluid. Sometimes understand this setup. Okay. Anyway, CB's crazy, and he needs to ten foil hat to match my tinfoil hat. I totally agree with you. Yeah. Back. Darby? Okay. So let me just break down a couple of days. Okay. So the CDC is a government leaf funded program gets about eleven billion dollars a year to be funded and the flu shot is one of their ways to. Inject the people, and it's not even a dull actually children in elderly. So what they're trying to do is is government in Islay shin of the people. They need the population that go down the flu shot does not stop you from getting the flu. Guessing gain the flu has multiple strains in a year. So what they do is they shoot you with a flu sprang guessing that it's going to stop you from getting particular fan of flu that's happening that year. This is Eddie Arctic thinking and has been shown to be idiotic thinking. But nobody believes it because you have Walgreens and CVS giving you fifty dollars gift cards did get the flu shot that should tell you right there that ships. No, let me tell you some things that's in the flu. Okay. First of all you have from out of the hat hat is a top sent and his lethal in had high doses. While all these ingredients supposedly are low doses. There has been many cases where children have been shot multiple times with the flu shot. Yes. Yes. Cut you off. But this the reason why we look my life is the first time I've seen my wife, go up, Dr did that to my son. And because I didn't know, but I said I thought that he already got is flu shot that we have never got it since then after he turned two years, we never gave my kids that doctor made a mistake. So she say gave my son flu shot back to back months. Yes, I am. I'm skipping some stuff. I just wanna hit you with the big stuff. It's called power soul. I'm probably pronouncing that wrong, but that is a chemical that is supposed to help the bacteria for not forming in the flu shot, and it is a mercury based preservative. Okay. Mercury is a heavy metal. We should not be putting mercury based products and our bodies number five or number five and number three on my list cause I'm skipping, but it is shaking eg protein. Are we putting chicken egg protein in our body, and how many people are lergy to eggs? My son one of them. The CDC comes back with this bullshit as well. It's really doesn't affect you. If you have a allergies. Have a Eglise based flu shot. Okay. Bullshit drugs. Biggest drug Bill. So and there's some antibiotics or whatever Bullshits gelatin and some. Luminol aluminum salts or some shit like that if. Influenza barrier is just a big ask Petri dish of guessing what the fuck is supposed to be in there. And they're testing us or testing dumb ass running. Get. No right now, I'm not gonna call on that. How will? Listen to this today, and you still get a flu shot. Kill yourself startled with giving you the facts. All you gotta do locate up. It's it's not you have listened. Oh, I'm sorry. There's no proof. There. There's there's been a study that shows that no child between the age of team in six that has been less susceptible to a flu every year when you get the flu shot. What it does? Is. It gives you the fluke. Right. A strain of flu to stop you from that strain of flu. But would it also does is it weakens your immune system? Here's where the Test Dummies shit comes in their work their weakening, just like CB say when you get the flu in the summer is because you have a weak immune system when you get the flu in the winter. It's because you get a new system because you know, fucking code on stop believing. What your mom told you have five you're now that shit doesn't ask them? How you get a cold dummy? Okay. Matt from not wearing white. He's walking around without hats on all time. That's that. We're hacks. We love hats. Immune system. That's how you get the flu. So if you shooting someone with a chemical that weakens your immune system, what you think that you'd be more susceptible to get the puck of loop. Exactly. So let's wake up people stop believing this bullshit that the government's telling you, and I'll do this even one better for you. Don't have my paper in front of me. And I'm not that good of remembering shit, and I can't give you the specific date. But let's just say within the last fifty years. They was tested syphilis or black people. So it's not above them doing that. Adeboye anything on this? I think really nil anything. He did that. I don't get a flu shot, nor do I let my children get a flu shot. Don't do. It. Don't do it at a boy Joe. All right. That was the clues report. All right. That was. That was. It ain't hard to tell this is let's get into this cat's corner. Got a problem me, some advice sinew questions and problems to cat for cast corner. Inside the cage. You have questions for cat inside the cave podcast. Dot com. I'm doing this without cat because villi remember remedy. Millie remember to tell you guys a story member this up. All right. So listen from anonymous anonymous says does my girl want me to Fokker friend. Anonymous says I'm sixty and my girl is forty three we've been together since she was nineteen and she keeps inviting her friend over then she leaves this has happened. Four times already. Does she want me to her friend? Kesse here big dog. What do you think about about? Now. He's a fucking pervert because he. Thirty thirty six years old scrotum nineteen year old you'll fucking talk about the Scooby doo vans. Pulling up at the schools. This is what's going on in the community. Brought she was she was legal before we get to this week vista damn kill yourself for the year that do they used to be they used to play for WVU. Twelve year old. Yeah. Bring that up. Go ahead. Then he did what? Killer's wife will give it suppose. Makila simpson. Oh shit. I know that. Baso? That's the same store. He got cut from the he made it to the NFL, but got cut. And then he got caught. And then the it was it was actually a family member. He killed his. Oh, no, go ahead. Doug with your opinion on this little. Not bad. Okay. So to do he's due to sixty and his girl is forty three right? And he'd been they've been together since they was nineteen. No since she was nineteen. Okay. Album CB. Didn't they just drop who and just finish on the run too? Day. Do you think that she wants Joe, do you think that might be setup man fucker Frank 'cause you leaving the friends over what he ate? Rolling. We can do for this. Evidently, she do. Because they don't want to leave a friend Ben on my man that what? Right. One thing. I could say doesn't never happen. Yeah. That's. What does she come over there? So she can go and cheesy. Just let me know where he do. The mind woman. You never know what the woman well says setup testing says. Here's the trip. But if she took up teeth. All right. So do we want to this guy to go to to fuck, a friend? Not. Work out. He's. Oh shit. Exactly. End up with with two is he sixty would a girlfriend. What the fuck is going to happen. Fucking thing. Going to give up a Cadillac fuck out of here. He got a pitching. Fuck. Record there. She send the video to us and all. Years old go with Joe, I mind one monkey don't stop no show. And he had twenty forty eight. Is your wife to you? I just called up shirl she all way over this. When you pop their blue pill. Take about thirty to forty five minutes. Gone prepare get ready fucking likes last safe. I mean, he got another option he can leave leave whereas in the house. Sounds like you thinking about smashing sound like oh, yeah. He definitely thinking about met. He's. He damp shelf into pretend like he Joe. He don't want one billion dollars balking around the house, but as negative. Ready to get a fine. Doesn't want us to justify in smashing or he is I need to go ahead. And listen to that little runny that bad coolant now video oh, man. Yeah. I've seen the this morning. Terrorism videos, even most. The right. All listen to the Indy central. We usually get more serious letters in this someone send you send it in. We will give you an answer. Cat is probably better answer than us. But go forward anonymous go for big country wrapped. Big dogs. Is big dog going inside the cage big dogs country. Big. Country rap. Tune turn it up. That was the country rap. Tune over the week the big dogs. Let's get into this slag. So the truth. Hey, it's tougher to tell the. Ladies, let's talk about it with fried on inside. I got interested in store some interest in having wild vacation and Diaz. And it's not it's not geared toward the women. Right now. I wanna tell you this real quick story club and DR. You go to the washroom, and sometimes people just in Texan only phone too, you know, and so washroom room on his phone to urinals, and it's a stall. I'm on us Washington. No big deal. Why for hands get back out? We get back out in the club has some more drinks. I don't know how much time guy. But I'll go back go back to the washroom again. Now, the guy that was it was a guy in Washington Texan when I was in the first time. So there's another guy that does the same guy in the washroom again. I don't know if he ever left out, but he's in again, and he's Texan now is you went there again with seventy twice while you all. When when it's all inclusive, you're taking the alcoholic taking their water. You gotta you gotta go Chris balcony. Oh. Got a seven year old all inclusive me, and I get the news all the bathrooms. So so that's the second time. Third time. I go up in this. The bathroom stall door close. Comes out. He's been in Nalen. I don't know if he was never know against here. But he's from he was from Puerto Rico. And this girl comes out, you know, so she was in a man's washroom. So he was in doing something with it. So either smashing against but the moral stored other parts of stories that the Puerto Rican do was dealt with his girl. He was in the club with a female what his girl and this girl this girl that was in. This is the point I'm getting too. So my question is have you ever had affects Ewell encounter with the woman. Why you out what another woman? Seems like he took his girl vacation with his wife. Yes. I figured out. I put me sit together. And so he was Texas cheek that he had met when he checked when they checked in them. He briefly told me like chick has seen and was when they check in. So the chick knew he was with somebody. I'm why why? In the mirror and him and a chick while behind like I could see them in the mirror walking behind me out to the hall in out the bathroom door into the hallway. From the euro. So they wasn't over that in the bathroom stall door was closed. So. I normally don't ask people about their business. But you can you can figure that one out that that prompted this question. So have you ever been out with a woman and still had a sexual encounter with another woman? Whether it was a come up or whether you set it up like dogs said, hey, I'm meeting my girl, I'm taking my wife out. But I'm gonna be. But. Let us know like to hear a great guy to me. Like a hell of a guy. Sounds like the sixty year old man who tried to hear this forty three zero zero free. Twice would different questions. He he hit both of them. Yeah. Just. Yeah. Just do it man. He was a K. I know some people don't think that story was far fetched that shit was happening for real. He went right back out into the club. Like he was dropped and guy with his wife or girlfriend, whoever that was. Like shit happening like having all inclusive do some team on inclusive. Do something. I can't believe slack came back and snitch. Me a that was that was researched. And I'm using that question. Research research at I was using that as a question. Inside the cave patriot. I have I have somebody. That's omitted the question and. I'm trying to remember what format she submitted to question. I think I was only people sending them to me on what's out. So the question she submitted. And this is from Dominique Dominique Dominique's I favor person number. How many question was for the ladies to tell the truth? Could you marry or date someone who was a swinger? Ladies could you marry or even date someone who was a swinger? She said was is thing was a swinger. Wants a swing girl. Hey, Where'd they let a promptly be there from London? Europe somewhere. International in the national international question. How? They don't have nothing to do with this. But you know, how? The gala was at a president Dominican staying in my resort. And we'd he showed up. All the all his list security, come first and they locked the place down, and they walk the grounds and shit. And then like the military star showing the army diversion elect the marines and the effluence dash o. And then when when they get when they also duty I guess they put on regular clothes. They still was walking around. But let me say. The president of the Dominican enough he made not, but it was like a lot more bitches showed up all the. Here a concert was happy. So everybody seems to cure concert. But by locking down the. Leaches? Men. They were everywhere his his version of secret service and ridiculous. But it was a lot more women that that ended up popping up out of nowhere. He was on the grounds. President American baggage. Your care. No, no, no, no. Joe Joe Joe Joe Joe. Was there, but that secure car it was a concert coming up in a few days? And he might have been staying that for that reason it was it was some type of political event happening at my resort to. So it was a lot of political figures. At this resort. But he got a course a lot early and they like secluded him and shit. So when he went on the beach, she was on the beach all by itself or with his family or whoever and in military. I got something some pictures at a military, and she like that, you know. So that that I don't have any pictures of him. But you you knew he was on the beach because they will not let anybody else on the beach. That just being on the beach by yourself. It was him and his people same thing. When you go by yourself, Joe when you when you went international national DC. Never had. Yeah. Oh, do at bam. Why would you Jodi the three times? Got joe. Doing the dummy. Begging. What is known? I gotta go to bed. This do this man. Now, it's time for favorite part of show. Tell me something jokes. America will finally have someone to look up to. His name is Joe dirt. Joe dirt in the building or the best segment. K podcast. When inside. Day is going to be good because I got it off the internet. And is always right. Always right. So. Man was buried with six million shillings, which is a hundred fifty nine thousand dollars about American money to bribe God on judgment day. Gandan will serve it struggled his wife to bury him with a six million shillings like I say about one hundred fifty nine Greg when he died the money was meant to appease guy for his earthly sans. Fifty two euro Charles OBE on. The thing of personal personnel. Officer at the ministry of public service for decades. He stated that he wanted his wife to the part of the huge amount of money and his coughing when he dad therefore he got hey for thin, so he can get into heaven. Even though the exact same was not stated he acts his brother and sister to make sure that his wife did as instructed. I'm great man to me. He's he's trying to get into heavy by any means necessary. One hundred fifty nine grand is gonna get you in there. No comment. I'm not gonna make any statements. I don't wanna miss quoting. And I say, I ain't gonna say, well, I'm thinking, I'll leave it alone. Give was how many times like what was it twelve times twelve hundred and forty four hundred forty four thousand some anywhere. Like, he burnt an extra fifteen grand. For. Deficient. That's the greatest in the world you go. Get ego. Get up their money. Hey, they ball ako holiday guy from. Did I say, Peter? No comment. He go really make you rain from. One one was the what you call. It. The preside over the funeral take fifty nine grant which Lord alleged. Joe dirt Rolla hit a sponsored this week. Did you have one? Dummies our us. That was the dirt sheet for everyone might have been listening to this on indie central radio, if you might have missed the segment on the show, don't worry because valley Ville point to wrap up the show and tell you what you. What was going on up there? People issue, man. Vail, Ray job job follow that man. Did Joe sakes some women fantasize about streetwalking? Yeah. I did. Slot at hotmail. Turning into seasonal said. He he been on roasted even. In on his cast mates. L stress. You gotta take a vacation. We'll see turn into Lamar autumn after winning the lottery. Leave a hole in his point. He opened the door. So she can't go. Say bitch. I'm home. I got it. I could see Joe walking across the front window front of the Khartoum. This. Yeah. 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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 286-Avery 25

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 286-Avery 25

"Uh. A law. The Yankee pup studios. Now, the Yankee craft beer. The pipes being pulled. Not doing, bring the drums and let's have a party. Just. David. You. Doc, you Jamesy project project. Dick jacobs. Take it away. You pay for that. Yes. Indeed, here we are back in the power and sitting next to me is Mr. lingo lingo Philly. What's up buddy Britain, Yankee back, and I forgot to give you the bell. So thank you. Let me test this. Yes. All right. Cool. So we have the sponsors bells every time. We mentioned a product. We like to give a bell and and then of course, Denny who is good friend gets a beer cost away and it's sort of an angel getting his wings. Then he gets a bit how about that? We have a wonderful show lined up for you where we think it's wonderful. I have a collection of expert Bruce and expert consumers. John brew. Okay, so we might as well go to Joan Kowalski I Hello, John. How are you? I'm tiptop Phil. How are you? Welcome back to the you. Great to be back. Are you phone Ling? Your phone links? Some of my phone? Yes. Would you like to press the button. It's Monday night football. There's nothing in it. You put beer there, is that copy written? Yeah, that's pretty cool fill that is for Eminem's, but I'm so cheap that I haven't filled it up mostly what you my weight and nothing's happening, but I'm watching it anyway. Thanks to him. Is OS right lingo still over there? Okay. Next to him is streets wondrous I'm not gonna say he's an assistant bro. He is a brew at church street. Mr. Trump full. Hello? Hello? Hello? Hello. I like it. Yes. I've told not quite a base that he needs to get closer to the microphone because he tends to talk. Very much wealth and our guest of on all the way from Aurora Illinois, where his brewery is making excellent via it's hot flame brings number one brew or wait a minute. You all the new bro. Mullen. Welcome. Ken windows, no just say, is it Spanish day? I didn't realize. You'll get in quite a regular. Am I? Well, yeah, you've been on a few shows. Well, trying to talk more fill. So. When he started off, he was real quiet, helps the feed me beer before. Fear and macaroni and cheese, and we hit today. Actually, it's a celebrator show because the brewery that we are reviewing BS from and talking about is celebrating twenty five years of goodness. They're out of Boulder, Colorado, and it's Avery brewing make you very much that was a quiet, very quiet, quiet on your much. Avery brewing has been going as I say for twenty five years. And earlier this year I went out and visited my daughter who is in Colorado just down the road from Boda. And while I was at the loss day, we were visiting, we went to Avery bring and it was an absolutely marvelous day. I think this was January the third or fourth or something like that. It got up to seventy five degrees. We sat out on the patio at a very enjoyed some delicious food and got some great, Br. Lose. I would recommend anybody going out there who is visiting the Colorado area. Now, let me ask you a question. Many people will poop who Avery because they have a thirty percent owning. Well, they don't, but thirty percent of them is owned by Medella, which I believe is a Spanish or Mexican Mexican brewery. Right. Okay. Which brings back Mr Kim Mullen. Oh boy. No, no. I mean, see. Okay. There we go. So it does have a good, a good pedigree because I think Maddelo is quite a well known beverage that is drunk considerably south of the border and out north of the border lingo fishing. By the way, it's the official beer that your Chicago White Sox. Not my Chicago, my Chicago. There you go lingo taking Justice microphones leaning out. So he's projecting try to project Delo. Very good, actually, not a bad, not a bad beer. I was recently at a wedding few weeks ago a. Already married Mexican style wedding, and they had a keg of Myrdal. All right. They brought it lights. It was actually light. I prefer the dark. I do like the dark. Yeah. Once you have black g fill, I, it was light. It was tasty. It was told it was wet. And besides that Keila was good. So it was. It was a good night. I'll did you ever mareo cheap? No, they had a DJ. Oh, okay. Because I went to a Spanish wedding Mariel Mexican. Probably what Spanish are Europeans fill. Oh, that's very true. Yeah. A Mexican wedding. I, if can I call them Hispanics, is that okay? Is that more politically correct? What anyway, I know the guy have Mexican heritage, but I have to tell you the author, two hours of Marriott. She. It was a little bit much right. It was almost like when we go to a wedding these days and you have the constant thumping of damn disco music all rack. Am I getting old? I'll take the mayor you. Yes. All right back. Avery. Who owns a brewing, who's the guy who started anybody, Tim Eggar now you'll close Adam Avery because you know that everything started with Adam right. He didn't have any, but he did have lots of good ideas about brewing. Now. The be the first we have a six pack with a couple of extra slammed in because I'm very glad to say that Ken lingo brought some additional Avery options for us to try so. The first is that we're going to try and then I'll get into what Adam actually brewed initially a couple of EPA Tanic and there are a couple of this hours. The first one is a Jinja Saleh which I like ginger beer. But of course, that's known alcoholic or can be alcohol. Anybody had ginger in a salad. No. No. Not that I recall Phil fruits and stuff, but not ginger. Okay. We'll she on Gilligan's island. She was. She was a little red headed Tichy sour now. No, actually. Very sweet. Okay. And I'm trying to think she has issues now like most pizzas. Yes, I preferred Marianne Marianne. Okay. She was all country. Saying the mall. Daughter. I'm gonna pass out these samples, which. I haven't cleaned my losses because I've got some little bubbles on the side of yours. John terribly. Sorry. No, I like that like Marianne and and and the professor Marianne in again, Bob Denver, you hang out and smoke weed together. He's actually my life. My wife. In lumbered next to a house or very close by the guy's name was Bob Denver. Okay. The Denver's. But it wasn't. It wasn't about the the, the. But no. So he wasn't a little buddy? No. So botanical from Avery have become somewhat of a sideline for them because he is really known for some of his really big flavor bit a big alcohol biz he likes to call it big biz and apparently he says, yeah, I like to brew these base because that's what I liked to drink. So is that a good commercial model seems to be working okay for him because he's been around for twenty five years and interesting enough. He noted that most of the big has Goto twenty nine states outside of Colorado because there's so much competition in Colorado. So cholera twenty nine states Denmark and Sweden. So you know those bloody Scandinavia. There's no outer drink, right? Oh, absolutely. They do. Okay. Let's go to the Jinja Sal. Poured it out. This actually is a barrel aged Sal rail with Jinja six percent AB. So actually one of the bigger ones, let's go to Lingga all man. I'm telling you fill this huge ginger. Fragrance in this thing and I sip, I get swallow. My mouth is still watering. Was that a the sour note Americans? I don't know. Oh goodness. It's got a huge, huge sour flavor. I, there's, I wouldn't have guessed it was his highest six. I would've thought much lower, but it's boy. My mouth just continues to water after this, but I absolutely love this Ken. I'm joy in it. I, I love the. I make ginger beer at work, you know, and do it this great. I just love ginger and it's really fragrant and like all over the place here. And I think it's for me a sour beer. I gotta taste, you know. You know, like two, three times before my palate adjusts and I can start tasting other stuff other than just tartans. Definitely has the tartness yawn. Now, I don't know which barrel this is aged in. It doesn't tell me if it's just a straight up barrel or if it's, you know, a tequila Barra, Jim bow. Would you read the bottle, please? Campbell? I'm chatting here, but I will say that the Roma is just, I mean, that is ginger off a tall, earthy ginger, but I was gonna say this, this ginger isn't your like ginger ale, smell, ginger. This is like if you've ever had like ground ginger or ginger slices and sushi or something it this has that kind of flavor. I real-. Injure. What are you? Ready? What have you found out? Ten verdant that right? Verdant fresh ginger is okay. Yes, you got online rooted in radiant tartness peaking in the unmistakable burst and. Bite by of this bright, barely budged Sauro. Does it say what Bauer that's does. It says brewed with Rocky Mountain, water malted, barley, imported specialty, Belgian malted, barley hops, Saccharomyces yeast retina. My sees lactobacillus Pedio cactus. Maybe it's just PDF mountain water. That's what they do. Yeah. Guy hooks off to kids feet. Oh, no. Just a regular oak white oak a lot of sours or soured in a barrel that is knock you lated with with, you know those what I just read to you Brett lactose, what do you mean by not late? It lives in the wood. When you empty it, then you refill it and it's sours the next batch. Does anybody get any any wood or anything like I don't. I don't. Well, we all hope morning usually. I don't get. There's nothing else to me other than I detected it's real. The barrels will dry the bureau out a lot. Okay. This have is probably a lot. Sweeter is the barrel dry out which you get a lot of dryness. I mean, if the if you're using the barrel to sour, he may not taste, you won't taste so much, but you'll taste what lives in the barrel in what it does. The joke, and I'm going to be very im-. Boy, good that you tell us. Give it. So this is a joke in England in England because we, we oppress everybody here. This can be a polish person, or it can be an Irish person, but I'm gonna tell it the way do it in England. They say, how do you make an Irishman mad. You put them in a barrel tend to pissing Kona. Thank you. Can I have a team for that. Mcmullan here. So anyway, the first one out the out the gate here for Avery. I've never tasted a ginger that I found to be too gingery, right? Ginger beer. I think this is the closest ginger. I love ginger and stuff. Okay. This is the first time I can actually taste you. You're quite right link. It is just like having that fresh. Sliced off stuff that you have next sushi as far as I'm concerned anyway, that is pickled, you know, oh, it's pickled yes, go where you were pickle. Adam, I think this is closer to fresh fresh ginger, just like just sliced off from the root. Okay. Well, Adam, Avery started his bring career Homebrew like many people do and he used to do Ambos Browns and Stoute's. That was these first brewing for Avery for five or six years, and he wasn't really making a go of it. And then he decided to brew hog heaven, which was a Bali wine, and apparently things start to happen in terms of the distribution everybody wanted, he'd never looked back growing those big biz can we have a thumbs up thumbs down on this. Everybody's gonna thumbs up. You had a little flickering thumb. They can just flexing it. No emphasis clicking enjoy. Very good. So we have a good. Wait a minute. John has thumb sideways toes way and be out. All right. I think I'd like more candy, ginger profile player profile. I'd like a little little more mash up. You have a sweet tooth, Joe, I do. Thank you. Solar of his job. So we're back and little bit conversation whilst we would go on about salads temperature, they should be served at Joan mentioned that he might like it a little bit warmer, but can I go? I don't know. Yeah, I don't think you get anything more from the sow when in fact, I think he gets worse. I guess, but you know, but I like him dry because I think you know, there's not. There's not really any half bitterness to really go against whatever sweetness might be, which is west but never were to get sweeter. It might be almost cloying sweet late make for me, make me me kind of like little Urpi how sick to my stomach. And I'm thinking something sleep. But this is real dry. So. For me, I like him. So what did you say linga? I have my glass ready for the next one. Oh, okay. I was finding because I'm still working on the ginger south. What we wanted to move onto though was speed number two and ask six pack of Avery watch. You've probably gonna have an eight-pack, but another sow coming in at rasberry. Now a couple of shows ago we did have roused show. Hello. This is pouring out very rows be like who likes rasberry Nebi. That's what I want to know. Everybody. Okay. So this one is actually the similar. In the botanical series. This is coming in at six point five. So you're going up a little now, is it because rasberries tend to fa- meant the higher level? It doesn't. It doesn't have anything to do with the the fruit that you using it. Right. It's just the way that it tends to. And I'm wondering guys, if if if the beers aren't a couple of points higher than a lot of the other sours that from around here that I've had, I think a lot of sours tend to be about three or four percent. Yeah, but there are. I have seen him seven, eight percent to. There's more and more that are creeping up in a b. and I think if you look at the. Of going blank. What's the bull device. Vice is, of course are low, right? You do want to street, right? Yeah, that's be easy drinkers. They could do like four, three and a half you asking if the fruit addition would increase the. I was, yeah, definitely goes into secondary ferments the juice from the lotta times lead all civil. All kinds of civil. Yeah. So let's go back to Mr.. You'll get Gwen. Why don't you look you look at the when you put it to you notice that the head just got chewed up pretty quick. Got some alcohol for sure. So let's go back to Mr. level thumb, John, how do you like this hour? I guess they feel pretty pretty similar. The first one, except that I like raspberries, I guess a little better. Okay. So I I like it, but there's something about it if I'm comparing it to other sours that I have in Chicago area that this comes across his little heavier and not quite as nice for my palate. I, I guess I like a lighter soured dry. Do like sours though. Oh, ken. You know, the thing I'm noticing about the name really. Really dry. Okay. Try to talk. Yeah. It's a, it's got a really dry finish. Seems pretty clean on the finish to me real strong raspberry knows on. Which goes in line with the ginger one. Right? So yes, I like this one a lot. It's it's got the great sour, but the appear raspberry flavor. It really does remind me when I get a good raspberry jam, then I can actually taste the raspberries in that little bit of bitterness. When you hit from the case. Yeah, the past, oh, we can know what this interesting. We call them pips. You come home sees right? Yeah, the pips, you know, a little bit glad is nice. That is it gives it a different almost a bolder kind of a flavor to it. Very unique, bolder Boulder Colorado tomorrow. More robust. The the description to commercial description on this one is kind of interesting because it starts off with the would luscious. Isn't that a Woody word? Luscious luscious right? Red raspberries, try site. What. Yeah, right says are elegant elegantly intertwined. Now I said, whoever writes this stuff away professional writer. Elegantly intertwined with a bountiful amount of lactic acidity and delicate barrel nuances to cultivate the stunning Sauro. I think it's pretty safe could, but the rasberry comes through right at the end for me. So every mouthful of had it's been a bit thin to stop. But then at the end I get that lovely rasberry and then the this. Yeah, I thought the raspberries are pretty substantial. Maybe. Yeah, right in the middle. For me, I must have like a like a raspberry. You might have a recipe dead zone somewhere. In front of your tongue. Stephen King novel, the raspberry. Adam, avery. When he started out doing his home brewing, he was working anybody know where he was working. Boulder Voda Colorado. No, he was actually working in a rock climbing still. So he he decided that, hey, you know what? I think I'd like to go into law school, but his coworkers recommended perhaps he do something different. So pantley he wasn't a good candidate for law school, and so he created a business plan and every bring was born some twenty five years ago. Was that nineteen Ninety-three right? Yeah. Nineteen ninety seven and eighteen nineteen Ninety-three and Ken will you brewing in nineteen Ninety-three? Not yet. I started in ninety four fifteen. Sixteen. I know I I met my wife that year. Oh, did you cool? Oh, you got married or you just met. I met her that year. Okay. Okay. I hope so. Lizzy. Listen. Nineteen ninety lingo. What were you doing? I don't know. I was probably drunk somewhere. Ninety three actually ninety three. I was for the same company as my wife. Oh, Kim us. All right. Okay. The wep developed. Oh, all right. Nineteen. I don't know. I think maybe three now. Started now, see as time goes every so much. Yeah, just Chuck. What were you doing in nineteen. Like helping to produce Newsweek magazine ROY, did they to the computer? I remember Michael Jordan retired that year, a belief Jeanine them first retirement, run that time, and then. Your little things number from then I was home brewing. From time to time Wayne. Not a lot yet. We all just gotten home when you get home, it's easier to home. Do. For that was the -partment bring in apartments bet you running the tavern, right? Joe. Yes. Nineteen Ninety-three you've been a while nine nineteen February of nineteen eighty eight. Bought the business from dad. There you go. I became this third, John, the third Joan. I thought you only had two bathrooms in snow to John's no lady. All right, quick break. We're gonna come back with one of our first. Oh, sorry. Yeah, we're gonna do the. Thank you. Joan comes down on rosaries. I see thumbs up around. So at least we got at least we got an extra thumb up. Ooh. Half of them of high up. So I wasn't sums down. We'll come back because they're the next three b. is very difficult to pronounce. And they brewery only so you have to go to Avery in boulder to get him. We'll help you feel what to get. Pronounce the words. Oh, thank you very much. You're welcome. If you're going to be a small toss and Nelly. Nelly. We're going to have three biz here now that brewery only releases and they have these barrel aged be, is at every you go up into the the tat room or the souvenir shop or wherever isn't as big fridge in that is a whole selection of their numeral bears, but also just brewery only based ones you can only get there and these, I guess, I don't know if they largely experimental or what they are, but I picked up three of them and they that twelve ounce bottles. They range in price from about ten bucks up to as much as thirty bucks. Twelve ounce bottle. I don't know what I pay for these. Wow. Yeah. So they better be bloody good a cut say, but I have had them store down hicfa ten months there at least ten months old. I did take them out of the fridge. I didn't have them in the fridge, but I put him in cooled them down. I took them out and they have been sitting there for, you know, maybe an hour. To their mildly code. I think the right temperature, but you guys tell me you'll the experts. So the first one that we have here is cold. They all have like some type of weird, Latin name. So do you guys anybody speak Latin? I do do it was my language in college, and of course you being a good Catholic boy every every confetti Dale own pencil. What say that again? It was the start of the configure with your altar boy. Oh, okay. Oh, yeah. Not like that. Huck. Hey, I didn't say anything. All you did not say anything like you did anyway. This one is called Knox rep Asada. It is a tattoo room rarity a barrel lead saola and it six point, nine percent. And it's. Actually a dunk sour ale with notes of smoke and sweet talks. Let sweet toss a candy. Yes, thank you aged in sir. Oh God every Soroti and they hope to Keila barrels anybody who Soroti NATO did I pronounce that right. It's s. u. e. r. t. Soroti a NATO an e j anyway. Asiana Caleb hours. Yes. Aroma. Silence. Over because there's not much now it isn't as. You have to really dig deep. The look of it is is definitely doc, right? You'll partners on those. Maybe third. Barrier something the head tends to hang around the rim of my sniffed the now you guys have got straight loss. The little a little bit of lace on that. Okay, so let's taste it and see it some pretty fizzy pretty carbonated. Right? Yeah, that's cool. Man, I'm gonna give that a top Sal rating of. Out of five, probably four dollars off the rasberry Sal. What are we thinking here? Who's got thoughts on this too key lebarons the different type of aging. Didn't didn't. I don't know. I don't know what, but what does tequila really taste like worms? Yeah. Depends on how long it's wherever the bottle does it. No, that's. Oh, that's. Oh. Hello. He. Is the kid has got the, no, it doesn't. Miss MRs Smith's Cal scowl scale has to give it has the worm. So this one potentially is a straight out too key. I nobody seems heard of it. Something that says, swear to rep barrels and NATO tequila barrels rep Asada rep Assad. Oh, is the view either got till you got silver rep? Assad auto. And a NATO we in NATO is is age the most. Latin because fan. Night in let well, yeah, notes rep Asada. I've guessing that refers to the darkness of it. Dr Dr Joe hat John, yet black is your at. Thank you, John. You say what? Three levels of tequila and it's like the the, the rollout, basically silver sees? No. Would I believe rep Asada sees a certain amount? Yeah. And then a NATO is over that. Two years. So that. As soon as a bit, probably swat as a NATO. Okay. And then rep Asada is long knowledge a bit shorter? Yeah. Not to me. I don't to me. I don't get much seculow character. No, it's really hard. It's very hard. I'm not. I'm have. I'm struggling tasting anything with tartness. Yeah. I mean, it's not bad, but if they if they agent to kilo his tequila notes, I'm not kidding. I get like dark Mary notes in there. Right in the beginning. Yeah, it doesn't say what's in there except for this notes of smoke and sweet talks. I don't know that I'm getting smart about that in the beginning will be smoking at Rayleigh. Let's go back and review that again back tape. Let's go back. I guess I could see that maybe a little tobacco. I think you're right. If you kind of in a little bit as you as you sip it in, it's almost you know how how they Sompo coffee, you know, when they take on a spinning? Well, they take. On the spoon and then. Air into it. Yeah, right. So maybe we have put the air into. Tat room rarity. Okay. I, I guess I'm glad I had it, but it was a bit of an anti-climax. Excuse me. What's the? Is that right? An anti-climax us the one before the climax. Told me about this. Is that the right front. No, no council? Well, the one, what's the one step before the final one. Sometimes we go. Boys. No idea about why maxed -nology. Able to remember the climax blues band. Yes, I do. I think this is kind of Florida's a little bit in so much as we were expecting something else. This is my I was expecting something quite stunning, and I didn't get it. Can I, I sort of disagree. I think this is quite complex and he's drawn to a different and and and I think this I have I agree with, yes. Okay. Let me okay. Let me go back and another. Okay, so gimme a show of thumbs them. We'll go to the next one and okay, we got, okay. I'm going thumb, sideways, Chuck. He's going dump. So I always in three thumbs up. All right. Well, let's go to the next one. I have opened up Scholastica humus cucumbers, John, you have the definition for me. Yes. Car Lada is a red cloth from the medieval English red cloth cloth. Okay. So. And I remember back in the day as the day is like the old days of old Kath Catholocism. You know, they had all this weird artwork in and they always would have a scarlet cloth with like a heart with thorns on it, and then like a dagger in it, and it was always pretty creepy. So and cucumbers. Cucumber accused. Okay. So I can reveal everything here. This is very delicately colored almost looking. Barrel aged series. This is one is the one that is only five point, four percent. This is a blonde Sal ale aged in neutral oak barrels infused with cucumber, and. I'd been ski which counts for I think the color. Now, what is brewers a neutral oak barrel, dental shadow ones. It might be a brand new krill. It hasn't had anything, maybe hasn't been, you know, sometimes you get barrels had wine it or something like that, but okay, this may be a nice new one. I don't. So fresh oak barrel then. Okay. So do we expect some hokey? Would he characteristics from this sir? But I think there's other players are going to step on that shit proudly. I just got the aroma and flavor. Linga. I loved it. The notes knows feel on. This is fantastic. The high biscuits in it would totally comes out for me right away. You're getting high biscuit. I got cucumber to you'll get in cute. You're getting you. I'm just getting a cucumber main. I'll tell you on cell. He words coming. Care was reading all about that. Careful searching up this. This about cucumbers. Okay. This, no, it's amazing what you can find on Google when you look up cucumber, right? Yeah. Indeed fill. So look is delicate. The aroma is cucumber. You'll get in high biscuits. There's high biscuits in your. I think it's a combination. Mallett if if you don't, you don't know what's in there. It's really a surprise. I mean, it's. Not bad surprise. Does it work? I think it does. Really lights. Our it is, isn't it? Yeah. I, I find the first cucumber beer. I rarely taste it was over at noon whistle where he did his. I can't remember the name of it was a cucumber say's on and I was a little wary, but it really worked because the say's on with the Belgian kind of spiciness going, and it really was this is a little more cucumber, but they're blending something else in with it. So it's isn't. All right. It's not just a cucumbers. What? What about? I mean, revolution does a high biscottis something or other? What is it that all that it's Rosa, right? Yeah. Rose Rosa, which yeah, that's pretty high. Biscottis can be either insipid or it can come through quite nicely and delicately. Right. I think they've achieved. I thought the revolutions. Good Braddock. You thought. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So do you like this one? I on Scarlata Joe. I. I think it's, I think it's really good. I, I like that it's not so dry as some of the previous years we've had. I do have to say one thing, goose island did some kind of cucumber beer about five, six years ago, and it took me weeks to get rid of it to get the draft line where you could pour a different beer and because the beer like almost totally poisoned the line and when you got, you know, you can't just pull the line out, give ad that Ken. Have you ever had your lines poison with you. Cucumber, but I I've, I've had to. So the lines that are buried in my tap tower that are packed in there, the right fiberglass and they don't. They resist that flavor impregnation oh, the vinyl part. That leads to man. That picks up stuff. And, and I mean, if it's even colored, it's it's not just color stained its flavor. Stain too. So can yet, I'm, I'm replacing that part of my lines every year now. So you can you have five gloss all the way through or do you have rigid? So have the end you need a whip that you can might. Wherever they're at. Okay. Yeah, needle more flexible line. So you have to replace that frequently because it picks up flavors. It gets flavor stance, so root, here's the classic. Yeah. Oh, yeah, it'll it. If you have a trunk that made of all vinyl lines, it will bleed through all those. And really all of them tastes like revere. Wow, wow. Oh, here we go learning something about via which I'm sure if you're a, what is it a CBS certified BS of you'd know that right now. Can you add experience in serving beer and restaurants as well? Right. So you your wealth, a million with this hop Bines restaurant? Well, no, that prize. Was the restaurant. I was in Temecula brewing company and I was at I was at Applebee's. Okay. Oh, Applebee's. All right. That'd be cool. It was a mango or they're a Mangla. Oh, a MAC. Very good. Okay. So how do we look at the the second one in the buyer relate serious acute miscue Comey's do we have thumbs thumb? I'm gonna give it a sideways. I know it's delicate. It's okay. Doesn't hit me. I guess I was looking for something a little more, but I have some wrong because the combination is delicate. Right. All right. Cucumbers? Well, I do like cucumbers now. My wife has a lot of cucumber infuse water because she's. The non alcoholic. She's an alcoholic. But sorry, you know. And I found the cucumber pinch to be either real heavy, and then it goes quite funky gets cloudy when you leave it in that you have to fresh. This works well, I guess the alcohol for jobs. The cute. Jobs, the cute. All right. We're going to open up by third one here. This one is the loss. One of brewery only collection and this one is cold. And actually if you look at the labels on all these, I haven't really looked. They have like kind of a weird kind of pitcher on this one is called Flavius cats, which either means that is the flavor of a cat or John. You've looked it up on Google exactly what you said. Phil, oh my God. It's the flavor of a cat flavors f. a. b. l. u. s. no, no f. l. a. v. u. s. f. LA flab us may be lab flavors, cats us. This is a Blundell and now we've headed into the Avery big bear area because this one is fifteen point six. So it's poured out. I would say that this compared to the previous, this is a delightfully coppery colored. You know, like the other one was delicate. This is delicately Coppa. It's a, it's a blonde Dale. Cool's demon strength via aged in Soroti tequila barrels, and this will make you per it says. So any pairing, please? Wait until the end of the same. I hear did rise when I. So you'll get in. So the aroma yo getting legal alcohol or something. Okay. Yeah, yellow cat. Oh yes, flavors, Kansas is yellow cats to me. Then the role that would that would fit in with the blonde Dale? Right. Dark toffee, and so you'll get doc off almost like dark toffee care. Interesting. Yes, it is. When you smell it? I didn't really look at real. I thought it would be darker beer just from smelling. It gets later. Good Lord. You're right on fake. When you take a sip of that, it's almost like taking. Toffee with alcohol. Whoa. Now though I have to say that that that flavor disappears pretty Deng quickly and the alcohol does not stick around in my mouth anyway. I feel it all the way. Got in. Okay. So we'll say, yeah, I. He oughta way alcohol says there's all one there. I might day I'm not getting that. Okay, lingo. I'm not getting it either. I was expecting from the smell. I was expecting one of these huge punches in the face where you're gonna feel that burn all the way down and what I got was a good flavor, but it's a little too sweet for me. Okay. Oh, yes, definitely sweet. That's right. And yeah, and the. Multi sweetness? Yes, this multi, but the sugary sweetness would which would be a negative care sugary sweet. Our judges certain malls, like some of the English most will give you that toffee character. I don't know what they're using, but there's Marissa. Style call to ethanol. You're saying that's the real smooth. Outdoors definitely has. Oh, wow. That in my call at the no, yes. And you can drink it. Okay, good. Crates works great in your car and works rate in your beer and coffee. Okay. So this one is the definite big impact. Ken come on, give us an overall viewpoints. You're a bid swear to to kilo barrels it is. Ace raw Tei tequila Barra which the other one they must have a big deal with Soroti. Yeah. So Ken now I might the nose up front was really sweet with the little bit of that Carmel character. You know. The alcohol is hat. I get. I definitely feel the heat from the. Yeah. I think the aroma I don't. I thought I was stationed in a different peer compared to what these guys were describing. Because to me what I get is that sort of Jose Cuervo. I wanna puke sort of smell from the front. If you remember I, that's what I get from the nose, and then you go in, taste it in this all these notes of caramel and sweet, multi sweetness and deliciousness, and and then you do get you do get the alcohol in the Finnish, but but on the knows that I, I get definitely get tequila in. Yeah, yeah, definitely. Not for me. I don't think it's cloning -ly. Okay, so so this is this is obviously one of his big bay is I think this is one of the ones that I'm glad I chose it because it has the most impact now not because it is fifteen point, whatever percent, but because it has so many different flavor aspects. I think John, you're you're right on the nose is to Keila you know, somewhat off putting to me tequila, but the offie. Yeah, there you go. I didn't. I didn't Nissen that talk character. I didn't get the different or that alcohol until the after taste. I breathe in and out and I could feel and taste alcohol after that. You really get the notes that I, that's where I do afterward. The higher alcohols burn like. Be uncomfortable, but sudden drink it and then you bring out, you can kind of you can taste that. I mean, there's a lot of it too. Yeah. Yeah, it's kind of an interesting brew. Could any you guys drink a bottle of this yourself? Oh, I could definitely. Oh, yes, definitely. But I mean, I think like Phil talks about quite a bit of, you know, sitting around the fireplace and one of those one beer things in guy, leather chairs, the guard beer. I think this is definitely there for me. I could definitely drink one of the remember this. Oh, okay. Don't remember because nobody has seen these bitches to come website. These are only twelve ounce bottles. So this is the type of beer that I think I could handle a twelve ounce bottle off. Although if I was to share half and half with somebody, that would be nice and it's definitely a Sipah you know. You don't? Yeah, I could get it. Jonah still manage to swallow his in one. You're exactly right in in a small mount, like in like the glass you have or in like a port glass or something like that, you know where you can just sit? I personally could not drink a whole bottle is no, I, and it's not. The Swiss sugar in the swing into diabetic shock. All right. Bill, I looked up your name in Spanish. My name. Okay. Feel. His field Bill, but wait a minute. Spanish would be Felipe Felipe of Spain. You know, the English had a hell of a truck with the Spanish back in the days are mild, you know why to defeat them because Spanish because no, they were buddies with the Irish who was Spanish. It's all right. We don't mind the Irish. We need to ensure. I thought the English sorta issue stop yard. Yard seventeen killed the dot. We've had Trump with the record straight. We hadn't Trump with the Spanish. We've had Trump Spanish law, but the Irish came into play the end of the seventeen hundred, correct? Because they insisted on eating potatoes and we did not want that. And with that. Boy. That we all. Thumbs on this. Oh, two thumbs. Sideways sums from lingo. Wavering thumbs up thumbs up from junk day. Everybody has different opinions. It's wonderful pools. We're gonna come back to the crowning glory of Avery, which is at twenty fifth anniversary. And then we might have a couple of extras at the end. Now Avery brewing is well known for big business. And as we said, some of the biz that he has brewed a things like the Reverend and salvation and the saw and Mephistopheles stout, which is eighteen percent there. All right out there in, you know, the fourteen to eighteen percent Mark all really decent biz and this one that we have is that twenty fifth anniversary bruise celebrating twenty five years of Bruin dynamic, powerful, and all defying bruise as the commercial description goes. This one is an oak aged doc. I am. It's coming in fourteen point five. So on the lower end of the big based, but the high, no, the other one was I fifteen wasn't it? Yeah. Fifteen point six for the flavors, Kansas. This one just simply cooled twenty five. I like doc AOL's. It certainly poured out doc. The head is not retained it self, but there was quite a nice little head for a while. This is hard to get ahead when you're porn sampled glasses to if you're a regular. I don't know. I think it's sort of pops up when you shake it. Lays on the site. I said that seventy times. Anywhere such a dark beer. Seriously, john. Doc out Ken Tennessee here because my gut down boy. Can you brew? Couple of dog ails I vibe one which is close to my heart is Ukrainian crushe with a k. and k. on the crusher to u k rusher. Yeah, but that's a Russian imperial stout. This is this is doc. What's the difference. Actions, right? I guess I would say probably the the amount of malt you're putting in the strength of the beer Rilling. And now like a lot of times that Russian imperial stout will be happed more than this one. Maybe almost too happy to consume right away needs to sit for a few months hits. It strikes this went to me, doesn't appear like it was ever like super hopped up. I was gonna say something about the amount of roast character like stout, you would expect really strong roasting dark ale might be a little more multi more mellow, but man, this is really Roasti. Does anybody have a long lasting alcohol. Tastes from this than the previous one I was going to comment on that. Phil, go ahead, John, I think number one, the aroma and the tastes follow one another with this one. In contrast to flavors Caplis and number two, I think this one to me is more alcohol than the flavors Candice. It's it's taste wise, a apparently apparently it the is not doesn't say that. Well, this is lighter body. I'm not getting alcohol like on the other ones. See I okay. Alcohol, I get the alcohol and this. What are they? What is the person on this? What is what. This is the whole percent. One point, one percent less lower lingo. You'll very quiet over there. What is I? I really liked this one a lot. You know, I love the the Maltese and the Roasti -ness of the malls. I think John is one hundred percent on track this one. Even one point. One less still. That's a high alcohol for any beer. What this one to me isn't as strong over has the after taste of alcohol or any kind of burn than the other one had the other one had a slight one. It was not one for my me personally notable, but this one, the Maltese just comes out and reminds me of a really good dark beer. This has more. Fizz in my mouth be that alcohol ick, fizzle carbonation. The other one was more a subtle alcohol. Is this a subtle alcohol? I don't know about that. Feel is Emaar meal has a lot to do with it for this one is a very silky almost lactose milky kind of of of almost like they had premium is too. Yeah, I, I, I thought, did they put some oatmeal Inness to some oats to to smooth it out? I I know that they probably didn't, but it does have that kind of a tone as far as field for me. Very silky. Nece going down. I, I get a lot of roasted mountainous. Yeah, and yeah. And I think I think this is a beer that with age that roast character that like acrid, you know, is going to evolve in a lot of times. Develops into like a dark, fruit character. So I think this would be a great bottle to age. This has a little bit of that background right now as I, the final, you know, as it finally went down that fruit Eunice a little bit game through DACA some business. But to me, it's still really Roasti like, so everybody needs to go out and buy two twenty five, which is a fifty. But if you go by five drink one and any hang one now. Okay, how we've had settle raging shows here. We've come to the conclusion over five years. We may not be getting the best. How long would you say this full? Can. I don't know. Company is one, I think if you bought a couple and throw them both down the cellar, I'd wanna have one after two years in one after four years, one of the what? One after two years and one. After four years? Yeah. After two years, you can decide to like if you're right, it's starting to fade certain, then you drink the other one right away. That's interesting. So maybe I need to stick one into the cellar and hang onto it for a couple of days. I made a vow. After talking with Brian Parola from pollyanna that I wouldn't keep fear my God. Allow that I wouldn't keep a beer for longer than a year because he said, you know, I don't. You can keep it as long as you want, but I bought it for you to enjoy now. I still think there's some beers benefit for me. I think you could be right, and this is one of them. This is one of this is, could this be put into the Bali wind category? I mean Bali and you can hang onto for two down with the roast. In roasted barley time have a little bit of a of a different character of molasses kind of mal. Okay. Well, you can find that out when you join us for our Bali wine show up in December. We always have a Bali wide show. I have at least half a dozen of those that I've been hanging onto for a while. Not for five to ten years. I have to say, but I've got a few barley wines that are got some age on them. You're welcome to come. Brief heavy, but. That's a good one. Avery brewing. Has, as I say, got that kind of overtone to it. And I post this question on. Facebook. I don't know if anybody replied. I think it was a couple of comments, but I said, you know, goose island come out with their variant lists for this year, and I think there's like some seven or eight different variants this year. Yet they are owned by Anheuser Busch. When we'd we'd were bought by Anheuser Busch, think St. people, they will one of the big boys. Okay. House, I'm Bev which they will be really fide, right? You know, they said, oh yes, selling out, blah, blah, blah, blah. So does Avery brewing just because they've got a thirty percent, you know, Medella interest to they hit the same. What's your opinion? Let me go around on all everybody. She opinion on on. The big boys selling quote, and quote, selling out or and keeping their independence, which I think goose island has dumb. John, I think certain Burris like goose island and goose island was probably one of the first ones that was acquired and they've kept their Chicago only beers and they and they certainly have kept brewing. They they, they brew the brew beers that are well regarded and for some reason, hasn't received the derision that some of the other breweries that have sold out. But to me, I think all these breweries are what they're doing is they're getting a cash infusion and how you choose to use the cash. I mean, if the guys that start to Berea simply sticking it in their pocket. Then they're selling out. But if they're using it to increase their vision or their or their business plan than I think it's, it's an advantage. And they're doing in there. I think you have to look at things to individual basis, right? I suppose certainly, you can look at goose island. You can stay. Anheuser Busch is taking their three one to beer. Say it made it national? Yeah, they didn't. They buy out all the rights to all the area codes old, airy coz they did. They laid like reserved like the protected, whatever. Yeah. So I mean, they're so there. They'll take some of the beers and they'll try to. Make some money off of them, which usually it, which means that the council come in and say this, these multi too expensive getting these cheaper ones. But on the other hand, there's still a bunch of beers that goose island makes that are just like is almost as if in highs never exist. Right. So as a just something that as a consumer, you just have to educate yourself on really just as with anybody been bought out, you'll you'll know, I mean, you'll drink their beer and this doesn't taste like or does, and he'd say, you have to pay attention to it, just have to pay attention Balas ballast point, and we'd Ken Ken is coming up with. I think we can do an entire podcast on us. I'm telling you. So in the early days when inbev bought breweries like bluff and who garden and. And what was the other one? Stella, Stella, okay. They consolidated brewing and these breweries that have been open for hundreds of years were shut and people that had multiple generations working in those breweries lost their jobs balance. When they got that was the old that was the oil. Yeah, that's right. They would buy the beers and then they let them die. So when goose got bought, we all held our breath. We all bitched. But we thought maybe, you know something would be happening, you know, along the same lines and in fact they did move production of Hongkongers and offers. I, I think I went out say to say that when out to the bud breweries, but they still made bourbon county stout here and and the sisters. And now now what they've done, I think they brought back to Chicago. I think they're making that here. I could be wrong. They haven't innovation brewer, Tim faith. If you guys know him, you should follow him. He's doing amazing things with beer. He's fake for me, he ran the Chicago marathon what they had a special beer for the for the people. It was dry. It was three one two, and he finished in three minutes and twelve seconds. Godman he was going for a better time. Hold on three hours, narrow free ours. Ours did. I say three minutes. Well, fourteen fifteen percent St.. I like buying beer from the local people because the money stays local. Yeah, right it. It gets spent by families that live in the in the area. On other businesses that you know what I mean? It keeps you money local. It's not getting shipped out somewhere else, but how about what do you think about two brothers. What is that stay in local or is it going Zona, but Arizona they've put in so that they could two brothers out west the same way as Oscar blues put in a distribution in North Carolina. And I went while I was there so that they could distribute to the east coast. It's still the same damn breath. They didn't get Brit. They didn't get bought out, but. Yeah, and they're and they're expanding tremendously. So the bug is what's the difference? You know? I, I think there's some small, the breweries that have been bought out by St. net by, you know, worldwide conglomerate. Streak vote out and what happened. Well, they had to of, that's this hemp beer there. Oh, more about that. Ask for that. I can't drink because they get drug tested. Everyone's. I can't. I can't. That's right. So we'll have to go back to that and just the second, maybe. Okay. So there's one other thing about these at Bruce that have been getting bought that been bought out and that is that the price point that they're selling their beer at is undercutting what smaller brewers can do you also it's anti-competitive, it's it's, it's not. It's not fair, but. Okay. So founders I think is only that. Does independent founders got foundries our scare blues and cigar city on maybe well, hey, we're. Okay. See we need to research this and then do yes. Can you get together some of your brew friends and we'll sit down. We'll have drew. On the. Tone on the betting. Okay. So I want to, I want to conclude our Avery brewing place. We all going to come back with a phone. So if you guys want to carry on listening, you'll hear about that young kimbrel which is four years old, maybe four years old. So we'll come back and do that one, but not at this point in time. If everybody could raise glosses and lingo, it's goodnight from me and could night from him, and it's. Thank you very much. We got the biggest link we can with. Thank you very much. All right. We'll come back with a pumpkin bid. Do you think I can handle it? I don't know, man. You may have to sit down for this. Okay, where all all all, see if I can get my legs going. Okay, hang on. Okay. Hold on boys and girls here comes. John. Going. But. Right. This is quite down boys. This is our bonus beer. It is cold pumkin and it's PUM and then in brackets, Ky.. And then n an I, I all what like the jelly? Yeah, it's a social lubricant. Is that like jelly. I'm gonna read a label. We we don't know too much about this. This is a porter brewed with pumpkin and spices, right? They lost me, but then it says eight of them barrels. So this is a, this is two thousand and fourteen. This is batch number one, and I think this comes in at a proximate -ly fifty percent, but let me more than that. And then Ken, how did you seventeen point? Two two percent. What seventeen point. Thank you. And the Kyi refers the Kentucky because this rested in bourbon. How did you come across this beer? Well, I I work at four Babb every year. It's the greatest barely spirit competition or or festival in in the country, probably of mankind, Abba. And you know, you help clean up and there's some stuff left over at the end managed to pick this up there. I think that's where I got it. So so let me give let me give you my as as listening to the show understand. I'm not a big pumpkin big. I. The idea of putting these spices into is has to be done very well. And I have to say that the only to pumpkin biz I've really liked on number one from dry city, which believe it or not is the first year that he did this with smoked pumpkin and ferry gentle spices and not to be too sycophantic to Mr. k. but you'll be a witch. I can't remember the name of it, but you said you did the same thing. You smoke the pumpkin. We used to call it Irma gored. Erma, gird smirked. Perkin bird. Used to call it so. So what do you call it now? I think we just called it smoked pumpkin. Porter, yeah. Okay. It. I mean that Irma gird thing was a mean right. And our owners didn't didn't like that name. So we just call it a smoke down goes. They don't get the mean the whole mean thing. Well, so that's what I just, I smoked pumpkins not. I smoked. But I didn't put any spice in there and so smokes was settle in. There was none of none of that crazy spice this year. I did brew a spiced pumpkin beer and I tried to keep it social and not. I'm not a fan of pumpkin spices in it overwhelms the beer most of the time. And and so us by s-. Right. Like the mccormick's. No, I use the okay. The pumpkin spice thing that you're talking about like done for you, used individuals spices so I can control the levels, but so what about this one pump kin, batch number one. I've already formed an opinion from my first sip, but I'm gonna reserve that opinion from your I smell well. Actually the for the first smell maybe say this is good, but then I sipped it and I was on a journey. Joan. You know, again, I don't know whether it's my nose, but I do not get bourbon barrel I get. It's almost like the tequila thing from before it sort of off putting. And then the taste is totally different in its way too much spice in in my mind. I think this is an, I l- sorta like pumpkin beers. But this is like to me, heels just comes up and wax. You're right milk. Puss. In the flavors. Punching a little low there. Johnny, Chuck. Okay. I know where he's going with that because, yeah, I think in the Finnish when you're breathing, especially after you drinking read, it's like, okay, the spices. Are they the? They last but up front. I mean. It's not so bad. It's not over powering the nose really in Chuck is moving into his nose and and you know, it's kind of a nice calmly, sweet character up front and the spice has the balance against it. I suppose it's just a matter of preference, and he got some alcohol, certainly there throughout the whole thing. So I, I would say this pumpkin spices cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. Cinnamon is a spice when you put it into stuff, it blooms, and it keeps getting stronger and stronger. And to me, this is really strong. Cinnamon kinda hot. Sometimes I feel that in this beer I agree, Mikey. Well, I like the smell. The nose field was really good. Totally lost me when I took my first. What else you like about something? You know what? I have been eating pretzels because I'm trying to get the fucking flavor out of my. I Vic pumpkins vices in a bourbon barrel, aging it for years. Not a good idea. Yeah, I was gonna say, what are you really think? I think you just said. Everything you guys say is absolutely hundred percent correct. I was caught initially from the aroma and then the first taste, and then after it went down the back of my tongue, I went, oh, holy Craton. You're right on the cinnamon now. I thought it was more not make, but I'm not very good on not Megan cinnamon differential too much either. One of those can. I mean I to what a lot of these rules that go with October fast and ails they put too much of the spice in and it gets overwhelming. You lose the taste of the beer. Now, this might have been good aged in bourbon barrels on its own. But now they start throwing like all these spices in there and totally ruined it. In my opinion, it almost wanted me to have a little squirt of with cream on this, you know, in order to desert beer. Well, yeah, but I, yeah. Oh cool. The not in my dinner, they call them base St.. I hate that. I know I'm not. I'm not into a media term to disarm not into describe of those stuff. It was a stout. It might have had a chance, but this is a porter supposed to be a little lighter. I'm I don't. I think, actually, I think you say that. I think it is a little lights up the alcohol just and then those spices, man. I'm glad I tasted it. Thank you so much for bringing it needed to be drunk because we needed to get rid of it. I share drink all of how much do they show this. Well, you know what? It looks like those others that you, but it's more but that waiver, they have the twelve ounce bottles because they know that what they providing for you is something a little bit more, you know, higher alcohol, big beer, unique, big flavor, unique. So they're going to give you a small taste drove it. Well, okay. You know what I can. I can help you with this. Why we could change this into a variation of the Irish car bomb. And take a shot glass a half Irish whiskey in half Bailey's and drafted in there, it would probably help slam them. Yeah, you would get poopie faced really fast. Joe, but you watch your mouth beer right away. Family have been blown up by Irish Kabul wouldn't be saying that shit up. Yours didn't either. Oh, okay. Right. Thanks. This is the boat service and goes. Okay, Abon all here because that's why. Young lingo brought with us is Avery brewing company's l. Goza did I say that right? Elco's Goza those. What's the characteristics of goes to the Laval? Salty and. So THEO and sour. Okay. So this they describe as now interesting enough in the I think it's rate. Baer, they describe it as a growth. Sqi goes Lichtman Hayna anybody new Lixin Hainer is. Silence so will pass that. Got that. When I went into massage parlor. So this is full. Four point, five percent. So we definitely come down in our AB. This is tot on field unfilled Honey, God to off to the seventeen percent leading. We're taught unfiltered wheat with lime and sea salt. Now, I know that a lot of these biz have salt in them, but can anybody tell me if they can tell the difference between cease oil and just regular soul. What regular salt has I dine regular salt is I died in it. Oh, can you tell you tight? I know. Isn't that like I can tell more from the texture than the taste. It's it's extraordinarily urine colored. So what are we? Well, we think about this John. I like it. We're kind of going at-bat woods and it's really a pallet really this one. Right. Absolutely. So been the first beer? Yes, should have been the first beer. Okay, thanks. I'm glad this is. I always. So we have to go back to our smoke be podcast when Jones said, oh, you should have had Bamberg yes as the lost beer because that's the standard. So maybe we should've had goes as the first one. Ken, the says lime. Right? Really strong citrus and lie. Well, actually mild of the now is expecting ads delicious. I think it's good. It's. This is summer beer. This is this is you know? Oh yeah, one more beer and a good nice. Oh yeah. He's cold hot. Hot sitting out on the deck slam on. Yeah, you drink lectures, you thirst lingo. I love it. When you get hot. All right, man. You got terrible, cinnamon and nutmeg in your mouth and this great. Pelling away. Anybody have a favorite Goza. I think noon whistle mix. I know my understanding from the marvelous Mark Naski as that goes were originally made out in Germany and the Soaltee nece came because they used to men and them in caves that had soult in the caves, right? It was coming through the rock and the saltiness. Came into the BIA and I, I also want to say that he said there was like it's either coriander or there's some kind of spice matched up with with the salt. Yeah, so and that was what they made in that town. They put enders. I mean, what kind of herbs, which years. For. But I think the fruiting just is from the yeast. I used to Brooke, Cory, Cory and. Expert on that. All right. I think we've come to the end of that bonus beer evening of Avery brewing. Thank you very much. Fucking. No, no, no, no, it's cool lingo. You brought an extra one which is a Nilo being stout. Now, I think microphone May Day vanilla bean stout called it's what was it tastes like being spirit. Thank you. Fled your. Would you say that Avery brewing has to offer to people if they're looking for something a little different and the Potanin cool range in the high alcohol range in the low alcohol range here? I think they have a little bit of everything. Your local and you can go to the brewery and get some specialty beers, or if you're like us twenty four hours away, you know, twenty four hours, no twenty four hours to Tulsa. Oh, is that what it is? Okay. I mean out here is Dahlen forgot who certain a single. What the hell was. I put me. You were gonna say, if you want to get a hold of those. Oh, yeah. I wanna get well that it's a bit late for that of get hold of us is lingo at pub costs dot com. Now, what does that? It's pints at the Britain, Yankee dot com on Facebook, look up there and upcoming in the next few weeks. If you want to join us on our brew bus tour Sundays an Email at pints Britain. You go down to. Dry city and Tri city and science, fucking Email, son, go down to dry off your ass and go down, have pint of were headed down Griffith, Indiana, three tremendous brew breweries that will get a lot of stuff for your business. And we were ahead of them. You know, we're head of them in sooner. Oh yeah, we're years ahead of them. Damn is a good evening. Okay. All right. And it's good evening for me. Ain't good evening from him and good evening from everybody. Cheers, cheers. Could he could he. You know what? You just can't buy good help holidays, q. and good evening from me and good evening from him. Good good evening from us. Thank God hook. I pay you later.

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"Good morning millennials. Welcome back to the morning toast. Happy wednesday it is a virtual hump day for the two of us. Sorry theo you're going to have to sit this one out. Hey club how you dern. I am dern good very upset that it's wednesday and i'm not in the presence of theo. I didn't think about that one extending my trip and had i might not have extended. It's good they didn't think about it. Then you know too painful. It's painful speaking of hump day. You know he'll be celebrating. Bruce is on the loose. He's in full hump these as he's getting neutered this week but like he's been humping mom every night it's nuts. What do you do when your dog is humping you do you allow it to happen. You have say no. The first few times. I was fighting him off. But he was like scratching and clawing and then eventually i was like just do your thing and then maybe fall asleep. I know it's like you want him to feel better and like exercise. His whatever it is that they do but behaviorally. You're really supposed to tell them now. But it's like. I told him no like i literally was doing everything power but he wouldn't take no for an answer so at that point what do i do. I put him off the bed at certain. But then whenever i picked him back up when even an hour later like he was randy again. You have to reprimand him. put him in the created. It's so sad but it'll be over soon. Yeah it'll be over once he neutered. I'm hoping like a lot issues. Go by the wayside. I'm really like banking so much honest. Neutering it's going to be disappointing other than that. He's just been a dream and so if he needs to hump it's wednesday. He has an excuse. I know you just want your children to be happy so very hump everything in sight then so be it. also it's like kinda flattering because he only wants to me. I gave him a pillow. Not interested doesn't want hump his dad like his mom. I'm i'm so flattered yet. Maybe it's something about the way you smell felt like really turns. Mon- ooh bruce on the loose. Well we've a good show for you guys today. I felt so good after yesterday's show. Like i just felt like even though over the course of the day like things kept popping into my mind that we didn't really hit on that i had been meaning to talk about. We didn't even talk about the prince. Andrew of it all you know i know i realize that after two but i felt like we had but i guess we talked about it like offline so it feels like you talked about it online. You know it's just like. I mean we could talk about. It now agreed what he did. And he's still like sitting pretty and you know living his best. Life and meghan is fleeing the country. I don't know if he's living his best life. I think he is like the queen pays for his security but he had to pay out of pocket for his own security for Eugenie and beatrice right because they're not senior members of the fabric which which kind of is congress is congress with everything else that we heard so it really is beneficial to compare everyone's roles where they're at but it's also extremely confusing yet. No i cannot keep up with like the traditions and the rules and the exceptions and the limitations. It's very confusing. I'm just doing absolute best here yet. Plus like the rules can change so so just because something's a rule like that i'm mad that it didn't change. Yeah and it's like well. Why now why. This rule hundred percent but the story is developing and we'll dive into it. The queen's responded. There's so much drama. I cannot believe that homegirl responded. So i think we should just like get into it. You wanna get into everything. Well if you want me to talk about my day. Yesterday i had actually the best day of my life. I think that you should. Because i think a lot of us including me are just living vicariously through you and we could use a little joie de vive at this time so yesterday. I was spending an absolutely delightful day by myself brian. I'm pretty much on vacation by myself. Because brian and ben are working like from the hours of whatever it is nine two whatever. And i've just been spending so much time by myself at the beach and i love it and then yesterday. Brian got done early. And he like scheduled this thing and you know when we go on vacation we straight up like stay at the beach the whole time like. We don't do adventures types of people. But brian was like just get ready. We have a boat bubble up he coordinated a beach drop where we took a boat from the hotel. They drove us like twenty minutes to another island. Do they dropped us at the beach and like bounced and dropped us with like a picnic with alcohol with snorkeling equipment and never been snorkeling before. Like me and brian just like had lunch on the beach. we'd had a couple of cocktails and then i went snorkeling for the first time and it was everything like i did not think i was a snorkeller. Like i did not see that in my future but it was core jess. It was such a cool experience. And i was like a little afraid but like brian is. He went scuba diving this morning at like six in the morning. He's a pro. It was so fun. And i like tam. I wish i did this every vacation. Like making the most of my day you know yeah we. We've gotten more into stuff like that recently. Like definitely being more adventurous. But it's not in our nature. So i'm glad that you went outside your comfort zone at most of the time pays off and sounds like a beautiful romantic day for you and brian. Sorry bank there. It truly was a beautiful romantic day for me and ryan. You can't. that's so nice. I started a new show last night. The great on. Hulu with elle fanning. A lot of people been nominated for all the awards in it's a period piece catherine the great russia It's okay it's a little weird in gory and like i really love it. Probably keep watching it. But it's it's like a lot it's already sort of and i think it's categorized as comedy but it's just like really i mean maybe these things were happening like it. It's it's nice. Yeah it's a lot so I'll keep you guys. Are i if i decide to continue on with it but other than that just you know another not. Oh you actually mister beautiful day here in new york. The weather yesterday was like a beautiful beautiful perfect day and so that was definitely inspiring for lots for lots of people. No i heard. It was absolutely gorgeous like lots of people seasonal depression starting to wear off. Which is what you love to see after a year of quarantine. Yeah you really do. Also today i just like so sick of my face. I'm so sick of looking at it of good anyone about it so today. I am getting eyelashes and my eyebrows. Tinted of that'll change the scope of history forever. No it's going to change everything. Plus i got bo talks like even if i don't like it it's something different to look at and it's temporary so there's not a lot of pressure with with that and the last time i got my eyebrows died a year ago. Nobody else liked it in our family. But i did so. Excuse me do did okay cool. No i had a lot of haters. I remember but your family. I don't see anyone anymore. So i want so you can really. You really only does bruno or anzac what he thinks. I know what's actually didn't really like it but it's fine. Whatever you listen. It's like that tiktok song. I just wanna feel something. I just want to feel. What even if it's good or bad like you just want to feel something. Yes and that's how i feel. 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After the time that would have put us in the category of people who came home from school. And watch the oprah winfrey show so as much as oprah is my queen. I'm actually not that well-versed on the history of oprah and harpo so this i apologize. This is all new to us. Yes okay first story. Queen elizabeth responded to meghan and harry's oprah interview. She put out a statement from oriel communications saying this is the whole. The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for harry and meghan. The issues raised particularly the particularly that of race are concerning while some recollections may. They're they're taken very seriously and we'll be addressed by the family privately. Harry meghan and archie will always be much-loved family members. So yeah this is my thing first of all. I thought that this was a photoshop thing. Photoshop like what. What am i photoshopped. Graphic excuse me when i saw it going around the internet because the font and like the color and like the date was like in a different font it was just like kind of jenky and i was really surprised at the communications team from buckingham palace for all second of all it was so short. And it's like they sat down for two hours and like you give me four sentences like i think it's crazy that they responded period because we were literally stan yesterday like you can really say whatever you want about the royal family because you know like for the most part. They are never going to respond. Not in any like full way where it's like. I'm going to respond to every allegation in every story that you just shared right. I think like the shadiest line in here is wall recollections may vary so that's kind of what we were saying yesterday. It's like perspective of is everything and like this might be your experience but this was not their experience. You know yeah and i mean. Generally speaking recollections do vary. That is true. Yes yeah but. I don't think there'll be any I think that's the end of it like from one to true investigation on who said what about archie skin color. I'm sure they know who said it. Because i'm sure that there were other people who were in the room of the conversation but i feel like on the one hand people are like that's it. That's all that they're saying and i just feel. This is more than i ever expected to get two days after the interview. I think that they might still address it in a more formal manner. What i don't know what they're like preferred mode of communication is whether it would be a sit down interview or maybe like an article or something but i feel like they had to just put something out there to let the world know we saw we see it like we're taking this seriously They said as much as they possibly could and honestly was more than i expected to get yesterday. Yes i agree with your sentiment like even those only four sentences. You're right. It's more than i was expecting 'cause i was just pretty much assuming they were never even going to acknowledge that this whole thing ever fucking happened yet. I don't know how they could not acknowledge it. But i guess they could have. I also just feel like the way that it's going down in america versus the uk is so different completely different. The way that it's being received is so different. And i also feel like an weirdly. Uh americans i feel like are being the most invested in this when it's like we actually are in the royal family all unless you're a fan of the crown the show and you know what's so i. I completely agree with what you're saying. Because i've been spending a lot of time on clarence houses. Instagram and the royal family instagram. And just kind of trolling the comments especially because yesterday on i guess there's like this general like understanding. That charles was the one who said that comment about archie skin color. I have no proof of that but the internet kind of believes that because i saw on pop crave tweeted yesterday. Charles clarence house for camilla and charles is like whatever they posted a picture of charles doing like some you know how philanthropy benefiting black communities and it was just like kind of overt you know like and so i flew to the comment section to see what people were saying and it's mostly british people who follow those accounts and like there's no comments like it's all thank you for your service queen. We love you like. There's no kind of trolling happening. Which i found to be really interesting. Well i had heard that. There was trolling happening on the on. The official kensington account. Like i feel like clarence house is like a little small for for people to be going to sue. Yes then the most recent post from like the royal family instagram was queen elizabeth signing some commonwealth papers and like explaining why commonwealth day so important and the comments read. Thank you for your service. We stand with the queen. We'd love the queen like it's really culture. Maybe social media cultures different in the uk than it is in the us. Because i was. When i tell you i was shocked. Not see like one negative comment until maybe fifteen comments down. Yeah interesting so Yeah i would like to know what's going on over there and if it's like i feel like everyone in america watched over interview did everyone in the uk. I don't think so well also. It was slightly delayed. Do believe they only got to see it on monday night. It was a full twenty four hours later. giving was it primetime. Uk monday night or was it like you have to get it on your cbs app. That's an interesting question. Because i did watch it for my cbs. I do believe it aired on bbc. i think. Please don't quote me on that. But i think it was like an affair. Okay okay cool Let's get into our next story. Because it's more harry and meghan stuff piers. Morgan is leaving good morning. Britain after controversial meghan. Markle comments risi. Yes he is leaving his early hours. New show. On the uk network people has confirmed quote following discussions with it. Pierce morgan has decided now is the time to leave. Good morning britain. It has accepted. This decision has nothing further to add. He was his departure comes after he was criticized for his response to meghan. Markle's recent interview with oprah winfrey in which he questions markle's authenticity while discussing her mental health. He said i don't believe a word she says. I wouldn't believe it. If she read me a weather report and the fact that she fired up this onslaught against our royal family. I think is contemptible. Yes so you know what's crazy a few things about this. I think that that's the sentiment of a lot of people in the uk. And i don't know what the culture is like in the uk. But i have a feeling that a lot of people agreed with him and like stand by him. But i can't believe like of all the crazy. Fucking shit pierce. Morgan has done and said like it finally caught up to him like. That's what's shocking to me about this whole thing. Yeah it seemed like that was sort of his role on this show like to. He's always held these opinions and so not that it caught up to him but it's like he got or he had to leave for being the person that he was always on the show. But i'm not like i only have really read some of his commentary on meghan markle. I don't good morning britain. And so i don't know what he contributed on a daily basis outside of like butthurt nece towards meghan markle. No there's such a butthurt and this there but like to me. I knew i keep almost saying pierce brosnan. I knew pierce. Morgan was a piece of shit when he criticized oriented grinding for leaving london after the manchester concert. Like like some like That was somehow like a cowardly thing to do which was atrocious. And he did apologize but still like that was disgusting. So only care about piers morgan enough to like decide either way like you know what you say crazy shit play stupid games win stupid prizes for sure and even like i'm not a huge fan of piers morgan. But i do like parks. Morgan ports morgan on the other hand. I do not know you once you get into that because that is complex. And it's layered and parsis morgan morgan's work is the impact huge. Yeah so that's latest with pierce morgan. I don't know what he'll do next. I don't follow his career. So he only ever pops up when we're talking about meghan markle or he's just like inserting himself in places like nobody asks for talking about kim or he's always starting shit on twitter. He's annoying. Yeah oh yeah. He is always starting stuff on twitter. Yeah but that's like his. That's who he's become in a way so i'm just shocked that it ended up like catching up with him. Yeah i think there were a lot of complaints. I read something. There was like forty thousand complaints to the network. I'm curious if it was really his decision or if it wasn't oh i imagine it was in at least let him resign as opposed to it. Being a firing clearly never knows one really never knows. But i do think generally speaking like when someone is fired like the company wants to take responsibility for having fired them as he took a stance right we quote quoted. The right thing right but maybe he resigned before he could get fired. Yeah who knows who knows okay. Next story naive. Rivera's dad is ripping ryan murphy. Broken promises made after her death. Neier vera's father blasted ryan murphy for allegedly not following through on promises he made after her death responding to a fans tweet on tuesday from july that said she had so much respect for glee creators murphy. Brad fouled chuck and brennan after they issued a heartfelt statement about the late actress. George rivera tweeted quote. Everyone needs to know. What matt ryan murphy really did or didn't do i'm about to blow up the story and make sure he knows that i know he added in a follow up. Tweet when you are part of the hollywood elite. Some people treat others as they are less than vocalise a good game but it's shallow as the sets on stage that they create promises made in public only to fade with time and excuses even in an unexplainable tragedy. This looting lee said it's like no poetic. He appeared to be referencing. Ryan's promise just out of college fund for rivera and ryan dorsey son josey as he responded ha to a fan who asked did they never opened the trust fund for josie. Oh my god. Yes so like that is really crazy. I mean i guess we never really follow up on these types of like celebrity promises and would that we had to. Yeah right like they all business. Managers accountants like hundreds of people. I thought it would get taken care of literally the next day. So if in fact there was no college fund ever set up. That's atrocious because to get to receive all the praise and you know people say. Oh this week ryan murphy so generous and then to not actually do it like that's so disgusting right and whether it was like i mean it's two things that could have happened like one. He said he was gonna do it like knowing that he wasn't which i don't. I can't fat against southam. But or he said he was going to do it and then like still hasn't gotten around to it but it's like the more time passes the less top of mind so it's like if you were going to do it the time would have been. I'm sure now like he's reminded and he's like oh fuck and will probably set it up. Assuming dots was his intention to begin with. But that's just it's not. It's not okay but in ryan murphy's defense the kid josie is five years old like you do have some time before you need the college fund. So i don't think. I know it sounds weird that it wasn't set up yet but like in ryan refugees defense. He does have another fifteen years before he actually has to do it. No i know but then it's like if it's a fund doesn't it search like earn money for itself so the longer it's it's like the sooner it set up the the better off you know what i mean like. It's like something that you accumulate. Yeah no check. That's fair but now we're getting into stocks and and that's where an us here at the morning toasts. We don't cover economics not that often sometimes sometimes but now in this case i don't know how i don't know how putting the money in before college time would benefit the fund right. But it is like. Where's where's the fund. Yeah i'm sure now like the fund will be coming. But it's it's weird to have to follow up on some knuckle nocco that. I'm i'm sure it's coming but also let's hear from ryan murphy. Maybe he did set it up right. Maybe he just didn't like send over the paperwork right who knows probably next next story chloe's talking about her burgeoning family. She says. The pandemic interfered with her plans for more kids. It was a little delayed. This khloe kardashian. She says quarantine got in the way of her plans to have more children sooner. An exclusive clip from the ellen original digital series lady parts with hosts sarah hyland and obgyn doctor sherry. Ross courtney and chloe talk family planning with the latter explaining that. She definitely intends to give true. Who is three next month a sibling. Sooner or later khloe says she interest in have made embryos kicking off the process. She said we realize that my eggs aren't strong enough to be frozen they should be mixed immediately sperm to make embryos so i actually have made embryos and then you know with kovic finding this whole fertility process if you do need assistance artillery. It's much more challenging during kobe. They say if you wanna make god laugh telomere plans so the one time. I'm actually really trying to plan. God is saying you can't make your pledge. Louis just say maan plan. God loft khloe said mon- clung god locked. Which is our favorite yiddish phrase. If she gets queen she is a yiddish clean. she would be. i mean. I even know everyone rolls. Their eyes at khloe interested myself included at the end of the day. Like i just want to do whatever is that she wants to do. And it's true can have a sibling. That's amazing but i am like fatigues a little bit. I know i mean i was scared to even choose story because you're always like i can't even say khloe interest in without like the fatigue coming through my something I literally feel like chloe's getting to kelly ripa point no so much. Mindless news out there about khloe kardashian mindless oh it's kind of mindless like no. She's like literally okay. This is why. I don't want the story that they don't have their. They haven't even made plans got so they know they are actively actively trying to make another baby chloe interest in something. We've been hoping for in speculating about four years. Now member christmas. Christmas telling her to freeze her eggs and she was just like not wanting to talk about with everyone now. She's talking about it publicly. She's letting us know that she is going through idea with tristen. I feel like i knew this like this is a mindless oh. I thought that it was like very Open and honest her. But you're right way. But i do love when any person with a platform talks. About conceiving in like you know having trouble with fertility through ivf excuse me So i give her credit for that and have a lot of respect for that. But i'm just letting you know. I'm getting slightly fatigued with the khloe kardashian like non update updates. I know and i try. I never really choose them. If khloe interest in we're seen here or there like it is what it is. I think we can all assume they're just a family at this point and i'm just happy trusdale. If she's getting a sibling yes at the end of the day. It's always what's best for true. I started calling bruno bruised. Al q- maybe we set a date between bruce dell and trusdale only cuties. I can't also speaking of china's. I would be remiss devastated and heartbroken if i didn't let him know that the rest of the show is sponsored by flex. 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And also i feel like another tidbit from that story is that there's an original digital series called lady parts hosted by sarah hyland and an obgyn. I did know that. Because i follow sarah hyland on instagram. Very very cool. Are you ready perfect than vinyl story. Wow those fast. Yeah just breeze through. I mean because everything is just harry and meghan whether it's this show or you're reading like the tabloids. Sorry i don't even want to say tabloid anymore because i'm like fuck the tabloids yet but no everything else going on in the world is moot no completely moot but name malik. Israelis entity are the. Is this the mood news. Moot news for cher. Zane malik is sending scathing tweet. Fuck the grammy's zane relic tweeted. Fuck the grammys in everyone associated unless you shake hands and send gifts. there's no nominations considered arrange enraged. Malik tweeted on tuesday. He said next year. I'll send you a basket of confectionery. The twenty eight year old singer is not nominated the twenty twenty. One grammys which airs on sunday. As his album. Nobody is listening was released in january. Twenty twenty one before the deadline for this your show. Prior to that he released the ecus falls album in twenty eighteen but his former one direction. Bandmate harry styles is up for three awards so he's not even eligible this year. It said he was. They said he released before the deadline. So it's accounts. Oh okay okay. So we is using way of writing it. I had to double think for a second hundred percent. So here's my thought. And you and i were talking before and actually agree with some of the sentiments in here because like you were saying that halsey has also spoken about this publicly. About how like. There's so much politics around grammy's and you're right like there is a part of the grammys that is like shaking hands sending vip boxes. Like just you have to wine and dine the the foreign press or whatever the campaign for a lot of these big awards two which again is just underscore. Right there irrelevant. Yes but when he says it. I really agree with her because like halsey is arguably one of the most influential artists like of our time. Her music is played everywhere like she. She crossed genre. Like i could go on and on the thesis about how talented halsey he is and how i've literally heard her music like i can't escape her music now with zane malik while i appreciate the sentiment. It's worth noting but i'm heavily invested in pop culture. I have not heard. I don't believe one iota of this. Most recent album like not even one bar. I have not heard anything now. Yes i haven't sought it out but popular music finds you on the radio on commercials like so. I agree with this sentiment. But i don't think that's why you weren't nominated. Yeah i agree. I think that's a really good point. Also we reported back when the weekend said something similar that the grandkids are corrupt. And like he is another are artist whose music like to find our generation. And is you can't live your life without hearing it but yeah come out. Everyone who doesn't get nominated can just be like. The grammys are corrupt certain point. It's like well close your music good right. So that's the thing. The weekend is the perfect example. Like a disgrace like truly offensive. He feel the same way about him and halsey like he literally has shaped a whole new genre of music like he's he's music is just played the super bowl so like to play the super bowl and then knock it nominated like that is an obvious slap in the face with zane. I don't see it as a slap in the face. I feel like it really didn't deserve the nomination. Sorry yet but it is always interesting to hear when like celebrities. Start to pull back the curtain of these mysterious awards that they really think that we care so deeply about Just confirmed like what we all thought to be true. Which is it's not you know. It's based on all of these different politics within the industry. And it's not like a not just de-legitimize is like the grammys. If you win a grammy for best album then it should be that you had the best album sent them. The best gift basket the best confectionaries. I completely agree. But i think it was interesting. How the article. Compared like former one direction member harry styles. Who's been nominated three times. So that's actually an interesting comparison like they're not on the same level musically in terms of the reach of their music and the popularity of their music. So i think that's actually a perfect example like are. How are we comparing these two albums. Fine line nobody's listening and also the album being called nobody's listening is just like too little too on the nose for me. No i no. I thought the same thing so well. That's those are the stories. And i feel as though you needed to know them We have deer toasters today because it is home for god since. You're just like on an island time. I forgot about well your toasters. Wow let's go. I didn't watch anything on tv last night. So there's no tv recap me neither. I'm waiting till next week. I'm still enjoying my week off of like not having every night scheduled. It's so beautiful wonderful and thank you everyone for respecting that. But i did watch. Rupaul's drag race last night with brian. Because the most recent episode was the snatch game which is the best episode of every season. I don't know if i've ever explained to cheer. It's like they play a game show where they all basically dress up and do celebrity impersonations and it's always the best there. Some of them are are really good and look really weird happened in last night's episode because foreign wide and it was definitely controversial choice but simone played harriet tubman and it was his like it was so she was so obviously the winner like not only is it a creative and rusev. Some people might not find this funny not only. Was it like a really creative and like risky choice. When watching the show she was the only one making jokes. Like simone literally kilt and simone didn't make it to the top. I think they were like maybe afraid of like. They're being backlash if she won for doing. Harriet tubman but it was just so different. And i understand why someone might not think it's like the most appropriate choice. But it was so funny and they gave it to pick who was good but she did paris hilton. Which is like you know. it's like basic. Yeah one hundred percent. i didn't watch. But i do. It's like people have paris hilton before and it's such. Obviously that's hot like it wasn't like that creative yes. I agree that it's an obvious choice. So i'm curious if anyone else thought it was weird that simone was safe but not in the top when i thought simone was clearly the winner. I'm sure all right dear. Toasters brought to you by neum getting healthy thing about everything you've ever learned about getting healthy. There's a lot of contradictory information out there and things like that old fashioned food pyramid aren't much help. So introducing new. It's not about what you just ate about. How you eat. In general though noon teaches you about eating your cravings and how how to build new habits so you can ditch your misconceptions and get smart about food and the choices you make. It's based psychology. So newman teach you how to eat so you can accomplish. Your personal health. Goes and stick with them long term. Because you don't need rules to lose weight you need knowledge and it's not always about losing weight. 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I was entirely prepared to just declined to purchase when she told me whether or not her friend had it. Because my husband just bought me a new purse for on november. I'm very picky and i value functionality. So i can never just purchase bag. I've only seen online. She tells me your friend doesn't have this bag and that was the end of it fast forward to the second february when my husband tells me he got me the louis vuitton bag i wanted. I was immediately concerned that he spent two thousand dollars on a bag when he just bought me one. We don't have that kind of money. Just laying around and for him to make that decision on his own. He didn't understand why i was upset because his mother had told him that. I really wanted the bag then. I realized this was the knockoff bag. I tried to explain that. They didn't ever really want this bag. I understand why she thought she was helping her. Son do something sweet. But i'm not but i'm nothing like that. I wanted a pair of leggings for valentine's day. When i told my husband which wants to get me. He said he'd already gotten me something so now. I'm stuck with this knockoff. Bag that by the way still cost one hundred dollars. And i'm never going to use it. What do i do ooh. that's tough. That is so tough like just tough dynamics in play just like gift that you didn't want your mother-in-law's law's involvement but also like knockoffs are are an interesting territory. Because i think it's like really like a personal choice. Yes about whether or not like you would feel comfortable wearing a knockoff. whether it's like an ethics thing because it is like copying and illegal mum or if it's just like when i wear. When i get the person i want i want it to be. The real thing is extremely personal. So i think the pets like so wild. That your mother in law's just like running around getting everyone like knockoffs but wait in the mother-in-laws defence. You never told her that you didn't want the knock off in fact you actually told her bag. You would've wanted if she would have had it so it's on. The mother-in-law falls you misled her. You did because you didn't want to like yuck her thumbs and i'm not interested in off. She's obviously like excited about her hookup. Jackie that's perfect. You didn't wanna yuck her yom so you were being polite and now that you in the ass i mean i. It's really fucking annoying that your husband sent three hundred dollars on a bag that you're never gonna wear. I think you just need to be honest with him. I don't know if the knockoff seller takes returns so this the nightly not this might just be a three hundred dollar lesson learned. And yeah but you have to. But you can't let the lesson go online. Do you have to tell your husband like if your mom tries to get me like a jenky bag again. Police say no. Please listen to me. Next time i say. I want the leggings for valentine's day. It'll save us a lot of trouble and a lot of money. Yeah your husband. Thinks he just like killed it because he's got her the bag she's dying for. I got it at a great price like him. He doesn't know that like that's not something that you would wear. So just tell him and you guys will have learned together and he can decide if that's something that his mom should know for the future but then just let him know. Yeah but at the same time if the mom is so super happy with her bags i wouldn't. Yuck so don't tell. Don't let your husband tell her just like this stays between you two. Yeah but then. It's like if if she doesn't speak up about the fact that like she personally doesn't want to wear knockoffs then like maybe next year for her birthday like the mother-in-law gonna get another knock off like so. Yeah maybe we have to hope that like this is just like a phase for the mother in law you know. Yeah yeah how good are sent. Picks you know hook us up with the contact info also like what was the lv bag. Was it like this season. Nocco i know a mike kind. Well i have uncovered through tiktok like this whole world of underground. Have you heard of d. h. gate. Yes i have. Oh my god. I see people unwrapping. They're knockoffs from d. h. gate. They come in full. Louis vuitton boxes sleeper bags. It's legit and the litter cost like fifteen dollars. It's crazy. oh wow i. I heard it because i wanted to get remember that time that kylie and baby went golfing. And we're those chanel outfits twinning and like i really wanted that alpha but it was like you can't pay that much for an outfit. That's no you're gonna wear once so was like wanting to get offers in. I never went through with it but d. h. gate did have a good looking one. Yeah no and let me tell you. I'm not judgmental. Like i feel like i could see myself in the future like not wanting to spend money on a bag and just like buying fake one. I don't currently have one. But i do not judge people who do like i even though it is illegal. I fully respect the hustle and we live in a designer obsessed society and we're just trying to survive. Yeah and you know what like there's some really good knockoffs and it's like you if you can find one. No it's like that episode of sex. In the city where the in l. a. and samantha sending selling fendi begets out of his trunk. Yeah no. I was walking down the street yesterday and i was turning the corner and there was a dior book tote on the floor and was like who would put that back on the floor and i turn it into a whole blanket floor. No i thought so too. Before he turned the corner to whole blanket full of knockoffs. I was looking at this. Your bag which. I've always sort of one. But i'm never gonna get and i just like how that looks 'cause you're real. I know the thing is like you have to be careful. Like i don't know if i would buy on the streets of new york like they literally like are so janke like your wife fake coach bag instead of like interlocking sees. It's like interlocking fs fake. Yeah yet no. It's so fake but there are some really good ones not on not that i've seen on the streets of new york. I would be curious to see what your mother-in-law's working with yes do tend to follow up with the contact info next up high quality and jackie. Hi in our first off. I love your show at truly brightens my day. Always crack me up. I'm writing because my fiance's best friend. Jack doesn't know if he can make our wedding and i'm wondering if i should get involved and say something tim. My fiance was jack's best man and we flew across the country during a difficult time to support him and his soon to be wife who is difficult to deal with. Flash forward inject says he may not be able to make our wedding. His wife's twin sister is getting married. The next day and the location is cross country. Jack lives out of state and is being told. He'll be his future brother-in-law's best man. Even though jack says he feel sorry for him because he doesn't have that many friends what hurts me. The most is that he told his family about our wedding and his future. Sister-in-law's still booked her wedding the same day after ours. Knowing jack would have to choose. It feels personal. May question is should. I text jack that he needs to be at the wedding. What should i say. Thank you for all your help. I really appreciate it. Yeah that's tough. Yeah i would send. I mean i would tend to tax. Innovate like important or your husband for him to be there. Just be like just say that. Be like i understand that you know you have other like that. It's going to be a tight weekend for you but it would mean so much to my husband if you are there and then and then also like then if he can't make it like he owes you yet but also this is the thing. A lot of people are going to have trouble with because in the next at the end of the year. I've had like four weddings scheduled. I have three of them on the same weekend. And i cannot go to one of them i can make two of them but not the third one like this is something a lot of people are going to be dealing with because so many weddings were cancelled. So i think everyone should perk up their ears and listen to what jackie sang. Because you're gonna have this problem whether you like. It is going to be in your future in the next year. Yeah like a whole. And especially for. I feel like my age. I feel like like people in my ear. At least that's how it feels this year. It's like this was getting married year for like one of my friends and people my age and so all of us are going to be like well not me personally but all of those weddings like are going to be doubled up for this next year and so far i. I don't think. I have a conflict yet but i won't be surprised if i do. I have a triple conflict. Like it's really way and it's three big weddings. I know which weekend you're talking about. Three huge weddings yes. That's really sad torture. We've a third and final one. It's a little long but it's it's insane. Okay okay. i need to like any to focus a little bigger. Because like i actually think what i've learned from to your toasters and i'm being one hundred percent serious is i think i actually might be dyslexic. Like i never thought that before. But i really feel like i have a feeling that i am. Oh when what. I've learned from your toasters. A takes me a minute to be able to jump from one subject to the next because i get sort of invested in like even while you're reading the second story like i was still thinking about my stance on and then i miss honestly miss the whole thing. I just answered their home. Just basically her best man couldn't come to the wedding. Okay that's what i thought. I pay attention police. No that's why. I said like gimme a second. You just need to clear my slate. I feel like i'm one person. I can't just move from one issue to the next. You know these things they stick with me. You feel too hard jacking claudia. I wish i was communicating under better circumstances. Because you two are. The highlight of my day are the reason. I stay sane with a house full of kids in quarantine. I'm incredibly are year. And i don't even think the bruce can solve this one the back story. My husband and i are very happily married or so. I think he's a wonderful dowd. A doting husband and overall p john. So i was shocked to the mother corps when i went to set his alarm for him after he fell asleep and saw omega l- the chat app. We used as teenagers to mess with strangers. You know what it is. Jackie totally lost you. So i got so. I was shook to the mother fucking corps when i went to set his alarm for him after he fell asleep and saw omega the chat app. We choose as teenagers to mess with. Strangers was pulled up on his phone. Do you remember omega. Now it's like a chat roulette. Okay that's a. I was thinking so it's like it's on. It's an app on your phone and you just like. Is it like chat roulette. You just straight like you put in a topic like sports or a lotta people. It's being on tiktok so you put in like talk and then you just like literally roulette with random strangers. You were telling me about it for taking talk. That's why it sounded familiar. Yes i took a screenshot with my face i took. I took screenshot with my face in the screen and sent him the screenshot. It's all i could think about. It's all i could think to do to have any proof. I googled and tried to figure out whether or not it was a pop up because my husband is just not the type. I'm sure so. Many women say that. But i consider myself pretty in tune and he's just not that type but here's the thing he deleted it from his history by setting has settings to private which he admitted later the next day he says nothing he akzo. Nothing happened by two pm. I'm fuming that he has ignored it. And i text him. He immediately calls. And i'm going to pit the size of canada because i can hear the guilt in his voice. He explains that. He saw something on his video game about omega and he remembered the app and was shocked that it was still around. He went to the app just to see what it was like now. He said anyone who has ever been on omega knows. It's a bunch of flaccid penises and russian models looking for men for internet sex. Okay i just want to bust in really quick. It's not all that. I just have to say it's a lot of that but it's not all. He swears he was only on it for a bit and fell asleep. The man doesn't even watch porn. We've discussed how we don't really believe in it but these are real live. Humans not just a video. I want to trust him. But i can not check the pit. I have only talk to him when necessary when we have kids and life at cetera. And he's not making any effort besides profusely apologizing on the phone that he broke my trust. It was that he went private to hide. It made me that made me flip. We all google things but we don't hide it unless we know we shouldn't be. I cannot bring myself to to do the mature thing and talk to him. I'm to hurt and wanna be petty. In fact i want to dress really cute and meet a girlfriend for wine. So he knows. I'm not about to become some lame doormat. What the hell do i do. This needs to be resolved. But i am not going to be the one to do it. If you got banner zach doing this. What would be your next move. Signed mom with job but apparently a dick of a husband okay. There's a lot to tackle here first of all. I love the idea. Get tresco for ryan yells. You should do that regardless of whether or not your husband's on omega and i think i agree like you don't want to like a doormat and just go feel fabulous and do something. Yes now the next question which was what would you do if you found. Jacker ben omega. I'm trying to put myself into your shoes. And i think that what i would do. Considering it sounds like everything else you're saying like your husband is a good man and you guys have a good relation at good entrusting relationship to the point. Where like you guys have each other's phone codes and everything. I think i would really. I would need to understand like one hundred percent what you were doing who you saw. What right and what led you there right. What you thought you were doing like what you expected to see what you wound up seeing how long. How much time do you spend their. Like i would. I would need to know every single detail in order to make peace with it because you know what like sometimes people just get curious and he didn't do anything illegal he didn't cheat on you like maybe just you know. It's not the most kosher thing to do but like it's human nature to just be curious about things. Yeah i'm trying to put myself in your position. And honestly like if i saw was on omega him and leslie and then we would go on together like that's what i would do but i'm a different breed of woman so i think that it's very natural for you to feel like hurt especially because it's the lying. It's like the privacy sin it's never of the crime it's always the cover up right now. He went private. I don't know if it's because he like didn't want his wife to see 'cause he was doing something wrong because he's embarrassed like you know it's like oh i did this. I don't maybe he was. Who knows he got or curious and like just did something kind of weird and hit it because he was like embarrassed and didn't want you to see it not 'cause like he now has a new girlfriend from omega l- like i really. You just need to sit down and talk to him and be like gimme like like you have to say like you're literally talking to a child like i will not be mad. I need to know like what brought you here what what kept you here like. What intrigued you like. I just need to know all the facts and then we can move on but like if you're curiosity about what's going on is killing you so just be open and honest. I'm not going to be mad. I'd just need to know like what the fuck you're doing like alternately to trust you. I'm just having a hard time reconciling this so i just need all the information to be able to move on from it and i think that this is something that you guys can move on from. I think i think he is feeling embarrassed. And due to that embarrassment he will never do it again. But for your peace of mind you need more information definitely more information is key here right and then see what he tells you what he saw what he did. What if there it goes by category like claudia said say. He joined the Sports sports like then and he says he saw these people. Whatever the maybe later you go onto to go to sports and see if it were eight lines up. S what category he was him. Yeah yeah you need to get as many facts so that and then also get all the facts and then in a year from now ask him again what he did on omega and see if the story lines up oh setting alarm in your phone calendar remind me in one calendar year no setting alarm in the phone is how she got into this mess into. Well i'm sorry that you're dealing with that but hopefully you work it out. I have all the faith in you i do. 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Ep 2.62: Dest, Handbullsh*t, EPL + RBL's Aaron Long & Tim Parker interview

Puty's World Cup Podcast

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Ep 2.62: Dest, Handbullsh*t, EPL + RBL's Aaron Long & Tim Parker interview

"All right. Guys Seems Army episode two, point sixty, two usuals are back again we got Larry Nance junior and Mikey Fowler on the Program Boys how we feel today. So, weird weekend. Strange very strange weekend strange week strange weekend so much soccer going on. You Mike and I were talking about before jumping on the pockets. There's games every single day. which is great, which is great something to some the keep in mind off of actual work So we're GONNA do let's we're going to do the headlines. We can do results, power rankings, and we can preview that sort of the the layout we've been going with up before we do Larry I saw Danny Green I don't know if you saw this but Danny Green he's coming for your NBA foot very crown. How do you how you feel? Danny Green doesn't scare me in the slightest. You have. Is that what you're saying? But I mean I could mark in the box like I'm not. I'm not worried about it so. All right. All right. I saw he posted on instagram. Didn't see it. He was. He gets some stuff from Latin. I think at Milan. So the Stock Chuck Norris. hopefully, check for covid had a time and with that. Let's go through the headlines. So we got to this week number one will start with sir, dust, and then we will go to handle rule handball ridiculousness. There's lots to talk about the let's start with desk though start with the positives here. So he officially arrived in Spain. So just a few more hoops to jump through is to dot t's across before the United States of America officially has two. Players playing F C Barcelona, which I think is. Well, it's a bad day for the behavior. I would say that I'm sure a lot of people would poke holes in it in various ways but fuck off it's it's just impressive. We got two guys EBB Ursula. the question for me though coming in is. Would you rather see him Bar Byron Than Barcelona You want you guys got some thoughts on that. He will die. Someone I think they have so many rightback's at Byron Munich. and. Especially, like guys who can deputise there you Barcelona Tomato clearly Sergei Roberto in the fan base is hated at right back I would worry about this at all. Or I mean In in terms of current state of the club. Right now Barcelona, leg I, if I WANNA go into that club as a young guy, they currently like their old is l. so like they want to eat lexus new if new legs they need in, you know that second wave around. So like is soon is. Out, with the old you're. I mean you you. You took that spot hopefully can hold it through that because you know. Barcelona's Knock Estate Bats Long. Now, if you're attached to that project early, you're GONNA, get like included in some of the cool comeback narratives knocking going to be bad forever notions I don't even think they're bad now, but that's neither here nor or less. You made you made mention that later I think Sergio Desktop Barcelona does sound lovely though I really do enjoy it does it's clear that he wanted to go to Barcelona for a long time who wouldn't I mean understandably so To play devil's advocate just a little bit. In. Barcelona has never been more of a shit show than it was at least a few weeks ago. I mean that they signed. American. Sign American they big. Sore as they get the Drama it's just there's so much going back. At the end of the day, you're probably right the bar slow is not going to be bad for long. And as long as he I mean, he's got the skills as long as he keeps his head. In the right frame of mind he's a Yunky. What does he nineteen somebody? I? Think he's nineteen like. Getting bought by Barcelona and you know Barnes, after years well, that is insane. I just hope he keeps his head straight. And does what he can do because man thing he's GonNa be fine I'm excited. He could be good. Yeah. So break great news for for the men's national team The second headline is handball. Role. I mean, of course talking about Chelsea finally have a good player with his hands. No No, it is good to see though the. Mendi looks like you might be a little bit better than campus. So congrats on. The Ham. So we've been talking about this for a while Everybody's been sort of unhappy about it. It just sort of really blew up this weekend because I. Guess in part because of the Tottenham Newcastle. Game. which was just it was ridiculous. What happened but there's two separate issues here. So there's VR. And there's handball. And the rule, the rule as it's written now. And that was changed by Fab or whatever recently, and the reason that the so everybody's getting mad var when really it's not Var's fault it you know it's the it's the rule is the way the handball rule is written. What the A are is at fault for is Var's reason. I'm getting there the reason that the hamble rule was written this way. It was written this way because of a are. So the basically the way the rules written, they're trying to make it as simple as possible. They're trying to take as much subjectivity out of it as possible and so now that Vr you can nitpick every little play. You can see if a ball you know touches somebody's arm hair You know that's how you can determine. Okay. It hit his arm it's as a handball period as long as hand isn't what like behind his back legs in front of his chester however it is. So you know there are all sorts of questionable calls. This weekend spurs was the highest profile because it was a ninety third minute you know I would say questionable handball but there was the what was the other game United Brighton was. Time night. Bright. was I mean that was that was obvious hand both. In the hundred low at ninety, seven, hundred minute was they didn't they didn't they didn't see it until after we we call that didn't say we said put down that they're going to get a pen Fernandez when we were talking about shirt knows we also find final whistle. Close enough Will like to point out you know our talking about it lampty. Beast. Everybody tremendous. Yeah you did. You had a good one this weekend. We'll have to look to get a little fantasy moment in there somewhere. So I, just I just mean bitching hamble basically is. You know I, I want to go back to what it was before. You know handball is like pornography. You know it when you see it and you know people are going to people are going to argue about it. We're GONNA argue about it whether that we have these subjective you know the subject is taken away or not. They have changed the rule they tweaked the rule at least the interpretation of the rule. You know right after Tottenham got screwed and I'm sure as Mike Wants to point out the new tweak would not have actually help help Tottenham. That's true but they basically said that as long as your hand is. At your side essentially. What did you think of Josie walking down the tunnel with like four minutes left. First Time in my life I totally understood you is i. I hate that he does that I hate that he does that but in. That instance I was like the I probably do the same thing. He, fucking. I would lost it to to be I did lose it in my Room I. Love. It was one of those things like when you're with somebody who doesn't love the sport and you're they're like, why are you celebrating celebrated harder than an Arsenal winner? was honestly some of the most fun of had in a while watching that we'll get to the minute it happened it had happened everyone knew you're like they're going to slow this down I'm GonNa Call College. Looking. He's not going anywhere near goal is is just a totally unintentional thing, but they're a call it. Fuel into. Well it's just finish. Let's go right into the results. So let's start with Spurs, Newcastle? So Spurs. ended up drawing one one. With. Newcastle. Spurs had about ninety seven percent possession to hit about twenty five shots. On target in they scored one goal what. They scored one goal. One. And then. So in the ninety third minute or whatever there was this, you know we frost in the box any carol had it like straight down to maybe carol was effective. I guess so I guess you gotta say by the numbers he certainly was. and he handed it down in. Air dyers jumping with his back to curl the ball hits dyers arm You know you can't argue that it did hit his arm. There's no intent it's not going anywhere near goal is just so ridiculous So then Newcastle puts the penalty away and that's the end of the game. I hate it. I hate it everything about this game I hated soccer for at least a few hours. I hated just I was sending very very mean I was mad online about as mad online as I've been in a long time. After the get him. But You know the the bottom line is when you have twenty five shots on goal and I'm I'm exaggerating a little bit I. Think we had like thirteen or something shots on goal, and you only score one. You know you're you're taking a chance so spurs should put that game away. I will take. I will say that's true. But man everything about that. Really fucking suck. That's really all Seibu that that's it. That's it. That's. Let's go to a more more interesting game. Certainly may well, maybe not for Larry, Who? Go to Chelsea and West Brom. A West Brom came into this game. You know having not scored a goal season I think and they put a three spot up on Chelsea in the first half they're up three nothing half. You and I were texting and I was like I'm still not convinced. This is the West is going to hang out and you you actually felt the same way. I'm pretty sure and LO and behold Chelsea did come back to make it three three. And the if they had five more minutes, he probably would have won that game. I. Mean The guy's role at the end but. What are your? Or what were you thinking you know at halftime and then after the game The only thing I was thinking like. Have someone like. Sheets that's just about the only thing I, was thinking. No I mean we we inserted Tiago Silva an anytime you try to insert a brand new like. Heart of your team. You know there's there's GonNa. Be You know there's GonNa be some submissions in the road but I mean West Brom was our consensus twentieth pick I mean incense this. And we gave up three no problem. It wasn't it wasn't like. We. Hit. Like they had three world as they score on us where it's like, you know what? I have to our hands up, have no just outclassed us through and through. And then you know great Frank laid into halftime and then we woke up, we're all everybody on the on the pitch is twenty, one, twenty years old what are you need waking up from? Did I Silva's not twenty one say. You. Sleep. The whole game. That was a crazy. That was a crazy result I at the time I. think that was the craziest result of the season it. It got crazier as weekend went on crazy crazily enough. Coming out of that game though your concern level about Chelsea was it high mid mid range low is it to? Really. Know it's not really my concern level is it it's I. It's not as high as it could because because of the other other, it's also that happen. If. They were supposed to do and you know we're not getting Gore not catching Liverpool. That's just what it is. But the fact that the unlike the other results happen you know United's been United Tottenham did what they did arsenal you know did what they were supposed to do against Liverpool select. We you know I I don't feel good about it but the fact that everybody else has to the bed make. Gay. Loves Company. Yeah. Totally. If you're going to drop points, this is the weekend. Do it run hundred? Let's go. Let's go through some of the other crazy results. So the one that like. Just, hit me like you like a ton of bricks was not city Leicester Strangely. Enough. It was West Ham Wolves. West. Ham. Wolves, West. Ham just soundly. Beat them four zero. I know I think both of you guys have been a lot more down wolves. I have the season yet. You're not down wolves it all I, I'm not in band that game. Really sure. Everybody, shook me to the Colo I. Clearly Wolves I. Didn't think it would be West Ham, but I thought it'd be someone I still don't think that they are. They definitely are lacking something and their teachers they had last year. It's that that was a consummate ass whooping I mean it was just West Hatch. Usually a result that you check to see if anyone got sent off. They didn't there was no red cards I I'm pretty sure. No. But West Him. Rewards like score that many goes goals in total in four more game weeks and now. I mean cal McKenna Antonio looks like a fucking racket ball. Has Been announced the restart to be fair. He's been really good restart. Of all teams Yup I duNNo. I I've been down a little but I did not see that colored from what? So no I think we can agree on that. There's some other things that like you could see coming and get right. I was. proved. Periods. Though in the second craziest. So I'm I'm saying West and what was the craziest of the season second craziest of the season is not West Brom Chelsea although was at the time city getting their asses handed them by Lester you WanNa talk about what I got. Wrong. I think we all do I think we all got this wrong pretty sure. I called this and asked what back the other way. Yeah I think we all said the same thing. James. Madison I tell said he looks heavy and slow puts fucking forty yard. Shop night there whole. Thing. Is that their whole their midfield had looked like not good for six seven, eight nine months now, and then just for whatever reason they good against a city team that was. I think city scored the first goal actually SORTA like here goes the game and then. I feel bad for after watching GONNA seem so weird in Nacho Libre. Bardy plays they're just so so different. It's ridiculous and like he probably went there thinking like I'm going to get out from the shadows to play it less than than body can't forever I'll take over a thirty year old at the time was probably thirty. Now he's like whatever you're right now he's like wasting prime of his life behind like informed for like forty matches in a row. So he he's got seven. Now through through the first couple, he had a hat trick against city right here he could ahead he would have had four, but he got taken off before the last penalty so he would've scored four. Wow Yeah I think the the other talking point was city defense like what the fuck was immediately announced Ruben Diaz media me. Just like it was just like Chelsea and Mendi when basically. Go against I can't remember what was. Brightening. It was in ten minutes later one minute later. A and he had been up. You didn't even speak to the team. He just walked right up to the rich owners. No not doing it get em my about Ruben Diaz for. He other centrebacks took the city centre backs were just terrible in this game. I think they both gave away a penalty, both of them being completely avoidable. You'll stand up and our back before the window. I still think it's cool Bali yet while so not to go off on conspiracy theories or whatever. But basically so they bought in a broaden Ruben Diaz for like seventy million no big deal there. There was a link at the bottom of the press release originally enough not the press release, the website whatever on the website, it said Cuna with Kula Bali. At the bottom of. The bottom of this man cities, official press release link and they immediately you know deleted that but not before obviously, the Internet never forgets. So yeah, I don't know if that's because they're already talking with the with Kula Bali and like he's on the verge of coming or if they just sort of got it long I don't know but the some some interesting see. They did send Otamendi back to Benfica believe. So that opens up another spot in some money but listen money's no object to them. As they've proven, we'll say I. GOTTA stand up from my born. Arcade did score. So he was bad but got one bag you know. He's a good fantasy option except he's centreback. Yes, he's. Just. Like him. I know I. Know You do how did any team with a double pivot of Rodri- in Ferndale could seat five goals. For India is over the hill, do do's over there. He's been over the hill. But. Yeah. Still I don't know. I still don't know how you do that with Rodri- and and the guys that got there Yeah it was there was mental mistakes and that's what's so crazy because Pepsi on your team. Do. You see what happens going forward. also got to give credit to lesser though they played well. Can. We can. We got drowned out in in you know in talking about it I will say. Another standout performance from. My my early call in now that I know how to say Stagno with another. I just don't know what I need, what you know what more needs to be. Not much. You got that one right. You host what you've got right You guys did maybe both Tariq Lampty that guy was huge for bright that's as this guy So you really did call that when also I heard Byron Munich is sniffing around on him so we should. Right He's been he was huge united won the game as we sort of mentioned through ninety. Seven th minute penalty that that was a real penalty who gave that away that was your boy Neil. Neil. We're GONNA, we're. GonNa start a new segment what the fuck did neil no pay moped. Do this week 'cause he does something that is like notable every single week usually motoric this time he didn't he do a peninsula. Yeah, he did he. Channels, crowd. The crowd. What did he do? Did he do? Friday. Anything and then then get away the penalty in the ninety seven minutes. So do listen he he puts himself in scituate. Stephen fucking. You Hate Bopha I love. My what I, not hate mouth, Bay of. Y You why you dislike him although I think you should respect him. Respect his skills and respect his ability to stir shit up the way he does there. One thing that this brings to mind. So there was a lot of talk after that game about Mo- pays penalty in his ponente being disrespectful. There was ever like a like an old man yelling at cloud take inch in soccer, which I guess maybe there is here and there but like not not as much as like baseball and some of these other sports that's only happened because it's united. Probably and David. I think if it was some other goalkeeper, they probably when you first of all, who are you fucking serious like a peninsula being disrespectful if you've put us ball on the goal, that's what you're supposed to fucking do. Are you serious with these takes I couldn't believe it when I heard and like I normally like I don't know which of the Robbie's it was. And I I like the Robbie's but one of them was the one that I heard it first from the disrespect thing are you are you serious I like at twitter troll this is like a panel. This was on NBC I love the Robbie's but like brother brothers I don't know which one are you did it but like I think it. Might I don't know actually I don't WanNa accused him of doing it but yeah whichever the Robbie said. To panic. Are you dead serious? Unbelievable. Let's put a put a bow tie on the weekend here. So Brighton United, we went through. I. Guess the last one the last one is Arsenal Liverpool. Right? Mikey. Mikey. Done Atlantico. Okay. All you all you? Maybe. It's me does it I. Know I had to talk through my Chelsea misery, Yeah. Will throw it to. Mikey. All right. So You're I you're all waiting for doom and gloom over here but I know it's a huge upset that Liverpool was able to take down arsenal this weekend. Wow fucking. Huge result we did see coming. Believe what I gave out three one both. Idea drew us. We are who we thought. That's exactly what and. Who we thought they were they played Liverpool are still I don't think dead that I don't think that's a huge and we're not going to be evaluated on how we play Liverpool F it. Value you on no matter who you play includes still think twenty one to four and shots not great. Listen we knew going in the possession was not going to be. So you know it's our fans have been through this before mainland. Nile scored early at Liverpool one year, and then we lost five one and the minute lock at scored came back and scored. I was like our Fox building this is gonNA be a bloodbath. Then it was to one and you know what they played out of the back really really risky. View that wrinkles. Tell me that doesn't indicate at least a team that's playing with suppressed for some. They have some discipline in them. They're trying to system. They understand that is gonNA take a while the players are vanity be right but I was pretty impressed with how we bounce back and you know what to one Lakh has a chance in the eightieth minute. Like at the end of the day, he scores that you bunker in you have a whole different narrative about this three. One is fine. I think Jota for fifty million is. I don't know how to look at that, but he's pretty active. Yeah. Yeah. I mean look pretty good, Burma the can put a shot on goal. We still didn't have to quit IAGO more Henderson. So I think there were obviously the Gulf and qualities. Van Dyke lateral passing was a fucking joke. Yeah he's every time. He's pretty good. So I enjoyed it. It was fine I didn't really like leave. Furious or anything You know like there's a lot to take away in in the positive sense but I think Liverpool Pretty fucking good. Not really too concerned about that. I? Think that's fair. I still think. A top four side in the premier league. I think. Of the season. Well this Larry said with everyone else losing I feel pretty good about this weekend I don't really hate it. Won't last talking point WANNA bring up for the Liverpool Arsenal game. You guys can both weighing on this. So there was a let's call it an incident. Red. You're saying that Assad Amani hit somebody in the face was tierney guaranteeing it. Yeah. Tyranny hit him in the face was sort of like a was an elbow I. Don't know if it was four eight he was just way too fired up. Because you he he made a he diverse early in an crushed. Belorussian and then like thirty seconds later he puts an elbow in tyrannies face in you're like, okay. What's going on here? Like he got away with both bring much calm down. So he got a yellow on the second one I saw a lot of fans on the twitter machine saying that that should have been red card. Did you see this in orange I saw it or Ange? It's an orange I. think if. I mean is if that's if that's Trough Trussardi instead of monies that red if it's shock, it is. That's that's a lesser team lesser players that are read. No that's amputations. That's. One of the. Other guy I don't know. I. Think a lesser player gets read. Yeah I I think you're wrong and then I. If you could add another layer to and say if there were fans, it wouldn't have been a red. We wouldn't be talking about if there were fans. Wouldn't it be interesting interesting. Okay. So a lot but yeah I, fucking. I mean that. But also I told Sam this before Larry the minute APP and it's like Bat. Bonnet a score. You. There's no doubt in my mind that guy scores a goal now if anybody gets away with a Possible Red card offence that they made the gotten. Like a striker Harper scoring, it's like it's like when you papa ball up foul in the first basement, drops it the next pitch going yard was. Rule the land. Okay. On acknowledged. If if if Everton keep doing what? They just slapped from this year upset at a couple of times. Keep doing. I'm excited to see them play you know one of us but like. I'll tell you what I I don't want Chelsea be the first plan. Right. You raise a good point in cavalier at another hattrick today. So. I the first team they play assuming not GONNA first big sex. Let's just say it that way who six is going to be a liberal. Two weeks. Count. L.. Loud. In the fresh, we can stack. So they got Liverpool. Everton, there's also city are similar weekend. It's GonNa be a big weekend. I'm not looking forward to it s not for a little while. So we'll hold on hold off on that for the moment any clothes for we do power rankings though and I'm glad you brought up Everton because they do deserve some credit I was going to give shout in the power rankings which will get you in a minute before we do that though. We Normally League Cup. You know rambled on ranted about not giving a fuck about it, and if we had lost I wouldn't care but since we WANNA. Bring it up basically. A hate the Karabakh out but I eight Chelsea more. So we won and so I'm GonNa talk about it but more importantly the real question. There are a lot of talking points in this game dire in leaving the field to take a shit or something and then just. Weird player. fucking Weirdo. And then make listen you can't make a penalty if you gotta take a shit. So credit to him, he knew what was going you knew what was going down here I don't agree. I don't really agree with myself on phone but. Same question though so to you Larry. So now that you lost to while well, you basically lost three three to West Brom and then you lost one one to two Spurs So same question is you're still not worth while you worry, but it's not like ten throw panic button election Yeah I'm definitely I'm definitely worried I'm definitely worried but at the same time like I feel. I feel Beer Ashley about it because. The other shit that happened. I hope I hope the Care About Cup is not really on our to do list I. Don't necessarily care. I think it's great that verner got off. You know a guy got Nice Scott they school was got his first goal. But at the same time like this, this upcoming weekend is. as close to a must win it's as there's been. For us you. GotTa, have it weighs? Good ways that the table the only thing out safe from spurs of the entire being absolute Weirdo was regular. I'm excited. Thanks I. AM excited about him I'm it's been so long since we've had some speed. On that side I'm just he came out like a bat out of hell and he and he was actually at fault for that first goal, he added other than the hat he played really well, he was everywhere the field I like him I like to more a lot. I've I've been begun in for a while I thought they were gonNA loan them out. Did they like him as much as I don't like Lamelo? which is a huge compliment. Vans don't like Lamelo. I can tell you that like I love it I. Love Him. But. Drew thank you for asking Sam. My my list of the most hated Spurs Harry winks is still at the top and. He's. Like three Isis Guy in the world in I've said this about we'll trap nicest guy in the world when it was the national tales I really WanNa. Watch the game with him here on the couch like with me. Watching this game. I'd say, my thirdly favorites daily Alley 'cause I hate when he comes up against actually it's between him and Kane top for my favorite. Thank you for asking is Hugo lorries because he's my player. you've gotTa, you've had this list go I respect that it's not sunny. seriously. So how would you like son? He's like the. Guy Laroche Planet. Dawn. He wasn't on my list Harry winks by number one. You said you lose your favorite. He's my favorite because he can't stop sucking up. I'm glad that you put your biases aside for. When he gives away like the World Cup Final Goals, pee my pants it's been a while since he's done that he doesn't like once every four or five months like the Barcelona game when he was like the sixth farthest defender up I was. When he does that Shit. Yes I'm right forgotten about that because he's he hasn't done it in. So long I'd like forgotten now bring it back up is probably like this weekend thing. I can't wait all right power rankings. Let's go WANNA. Go First, Mikey. Liverpool by large, she's moved to the top of everyone's list here still think city to I I actually still believe Chelsea three because if you take the second half than you actually have something to build on there and I still think arsenal for nothing changed for me. We're going to be different on this you. WanNa go next. Sure I mean, do we have to acknowledge reporting or can we? Out there in pen-. Liberals often running. You're. GonNa pay less there. Aren't you know I, don't like that city is I don't like where they're at but they're the second best team league. Of Not as I on Chelsea any more but like I think. I think we're still third because everybody else's so lackluster just because they're form I would put Everton four right now. You guys are GonNa you guys are GonNa take issue with my list here. Michelle Liverpool, you're not gonNA take that list Larry I didn't even think of Ericsson I got to start thinking about Everton. Forgotten them earlier real number two speaking which number to my list is Everton right now. Okay. Number Three's lester number. That's arsenal. That's Not In my top foreign why it is right now right now their defense sucks yes they brought in Ruben de as. They don't have striker aware. Whether bad and they stopped the solicitor they. End I just think right here right now after what I saw against Leicester I don't think I've had city outside the top four in like. Since I was doing power rankings like like. Years ago I would in a one off game right now, I would take off four those teams. Maybe, not also, but at least those I can't even believe we would have twenty percent of the ball out outshot eighteen to five against. Would catch them on the break like without budget lags at in Alabama Yang going against that that defense which granted if you give him some time with. You know with Ruben Diaz with Cooler Bali probably. Yeah. That would that's the conversation with city and Chelsea's we are talking about guys who just met each other. That's GonNa take some time, and I think that's what we're talking about Chelsea, like adverts at few moments where you're like, oh, that's what he's supposed to do. A. Ball back to Doi was like nasty and you're like Oh shit like it's funny. You know what? Somebody said the other day with that I loved that It's interesting to see the French number nine playing Care About Cup games. Rudy only start only plays in the cups and he's still Francis Nice. He's still nine if they played a game right now. Yes. But he should be he's. He's awesome. He's so it's very interesting to see the. I know there's political stuff and like all. Won't play with France. I would still say best for but. To Make a good point there make a good point. Nine day better. But but my point is right now I would not take city against for sure whoever? So that's Michael. Yes, granted they just got waxed I. Think I think to day tomorrow if late another ninety minutes a I I'm taking city over Leicester, I'm taking city over at me ever since I like them over lesser like at city is still city. They had a slip up and they're still see I've I agree and I have written down their plane leads this weekend. You said it's a huge game for Chelsea this weekend I agree with that. This is a huge game coming up this weekend for city. We'll talk about it in a minute, but like if they don't bounce back. At that would be a bad sign because. City you know you're right. They are city normally city. If they do something like this, they will bounce back so. bottom three I'll give mine to start. So I had to had to move West Brom the twentieth slide you know you. Kerr three goals in a I know you did it had to do. It had to move down to nineteen. So I got full mid twenty got west Brom it at the nineteen and I gave in to to Mikey's crusher got Sheffield United at eighteen at the mall. Let's go. I know you. Like we said, when we hopped up on and I I will compound I, would go off your point 'cause I have the midnight as well. I will say that you always say when I said that they're one of the worst teams is your like they'd played well, though they could one and it's like, yeah, I keep saying they don't have any fucking scores like Halley McBurney six goals last year all Bernie led the team with six goals last year that was didn't the. Vaccine, thing last season it played well, it could want and they always did win. That's the difference for whatever reason they got the bounces last year this year they haven't got A. Like a single boat. So yeah, you know fits the narrative fits your narrative. So you got you got any disagree are you sticking with West Rummage Twenty Sylvan Yeah I. Actually have the exact same order as you owe full Muslim. Flopping Science Flipping Philemon West broker. But I have Sheffield third lasting Larry you WANNA throw somebody else in there you voted seems us. I I have the same bottom to I don't like Sheffield in the. I don't like Sheffield. Basement. But I'm racking my brain for who I can replace them with the night right I mean you can't throw West Ham in there right now. So. Bright and he can't throw you know palace even though I think POWs will be eventually. All these teams, you can't really throw. That's why I had to go with Sheffield. I don't think palace will be there. I. Think they're they're they're. What seven points through three and I know I know they did or under six right six sixty. Three game. CanNot influence so far true. Make a point but I think at the end of the about did did Southampton when? They did they won't one zero At Burley. Which I had the other way yeah, I do too. I'm currently googling the most goals conceded in a season and it's eighty nine by Derby and I think full might be in for Rod. I mean. Calvin. Because like Tim Ream as you know the starter there, Anthony Robinson if he's not stereo, probably GONNA end up buying they're gonNA buy like probably calum chambers need they needed like multiple setbacks and did you see also the form coach? Peter Parker. I'm just GonNa Call Him Peter Parker. Parker I know but it looks like the reporter. Fulham coach in the full owner got into it over twitter. Like. A Scott Parker did Scott Parker should not have a twitter. Being like I love. Club coach. Coaches that have instagram's I. Love Owners have social media so I love that they do, but you can't you can't get. You can't fight over fucking social. That was an. Coming off the heels of like this terrible start the season. Things. Do a shout shoutout to Arsenal's boy I'll be rooting for them for just because of his story That's two shutouts in a row for Martinez Yeah Yeah. I'm already I'm already, I'm already conceding the fact that he's going to be the greatest goalkeeper of all time. He's the he's the Golden Glove winner. That's just what it let's just. Hellene Argentina to like four. World Cups. He's going to win multiple the gloves minute we made the choice I you could put it in the bank. Pays going to hurt Leno's other knee and. Never. Let over shaky to this weekend to I. It's just that bit fucking chaos over here a strange. I. Don't know why it is brought to brought this to mind but did you see the one of the weirdest transfers just? was. Ross Barkley. When on loan to Aston Villa Yeah, they're good I. For the move, but it's weird. No I. Love It I. do too. I like Mcginn a lot in Mcginn in Barkley are both suber active players like sloppy but super active and Athletic Oh, they're gonNa make as many mistakes as chances they create like a going to be it's going to be entertaining football to watch. I'm. I'm pretty high on that transfer I like him too in. Let's grayish play with a little bit more freedom because now you can put a Barkley in front of. I really really liked the move I lake villa. Managed to do all this shit, they now have a goalkeeper with some with like probably the best of all time and now you have. A really really good field. That's what happened with Everton right when you get the midfield and build around that like Arsenal right? We still started started shock and you're midfield is crack awful. It's like if if you're talking about midfield being the the core of teams would handle is not a thing anymore Everton in is good proof of villa now is doing the same thing. So you can't hate that move at all what struck me I do agree that I liked the move for probably both clubs. And the player is that I, also for years I, kind of thought of Ross Barkley in Jack Relish being in the same category, these guys that are like their talent. Again, a ton of talent they were supposed to sort of carry their team Rosberg who is supposed to be the man for Everton for a long time never really. Just. Never really panned out then he went to Chelsea never really panned out there Ingredients hats religious like become the player that I thought Ross Barkley was going to be in. So it's just that's what struck. Me was when he in Berkeley showed up at s Villa Jersey outside wall what the fuck is that like that's radio. They kind of did a little bit of the Lukaku Bantac type deal? Or both they were both right here, and then you're like they both could be great and then. Yeah exactly exactly now. Share showing up at the palace or Ben Tekken enter. Obviously that that is protected enter. I'm. No I like yeah it makes me jealous. I mean there's midfielders going to clubs with quality. That's. Quality Midfield you gotta you gotTa know. One of these fucking guys dude I'm sick of being aware or partee may like. I hope you get. To and like I would love nothing more than to fund that through the sale of all the bumps that we've been trying to get rid of. Or. Just be good for the. Game Yeah, he's an animal. I, mean, it's like it's almost like Liverpool getting like obviously the different players, different level players, but they're different level of clubs as well. Currently like drift. Is like it. That's that's. That's that's WHO's GonNa. That's GonNa make them tick. That's GONNA. Ping. The ball around like that's who's GonNa you know it'd be engine of that entire like of that entire team. So like I I would love to see it I would love to see what is unbiased shit from you Larry I'm not I'm not a fan of this. Mutual respect. Now because we both know that you're clearly the third worst team on the PODCAST. Redeeming up teaming up here is that what's going on? It's clear as day. unbiased. I want I want. Things. More fun. When teams are better you know what? I mean I would love I would love to. Them. Back to their old Ericsson Cain date but guess what? I better. We're going to be better just give us a minute. Joe's give us a minute. God, if we could have had like our offense within defense, we had with John Up and toby and Danny. Your Walker, we put all our best players together over the last decade. We'd be up like a team that may actually compete for well, maybe on trying to build a stadium as decade, you might finish third. All right. You fuckers we're moving and Chelsea. It would just it's an arms race. All right. We can preview more spurs talk. So Spurs in the united sort of the highest profile game of the game of the weekend here that with a six game, it's going to suck the thing I would say they'd probably it's it's a great time to catch both of these teams. So they're catching each other like right about when you'd want to catch them you know. We got to play another another qualifier Europa qualifier. I thought I thought after the first one we qualify for Yoga that I thought. After the second one we'd qualified reopen group stage. Now, we gotta play a third one. I can't even keep track of this shit So we got a notice how Bureau of qualifier on Thursday that is must win. And then we got the united on Sunday and the United is you know they haven't been playing all that. Well, they didn't look that great against who was at Palace Brighton. Brighton. Yeah I. Don't have a good feeling about this as a man. Say that. Not a not happy about. Just too many games we got injuries. We gotta go to Israel. We played all over Europe Games on the road. I think. You know. And Fuck in. Countries. I don't even know about and nobody Israel. But like do we really got to travel every single Goddamn? Thursday. Nightmare. I would probably take Larry you actually think this game's going to be open. I think I think it's GonNa. Be. I do. I do have an eye on me sick. I can't necessarily tell you why I think top defense is the reason it's going to be open. I don't know they're going to be back there. But if if it's somebody like you know data, no Davies Oria like are. The fact that he's There, but it could be any of these guys like. I think united to talented on the attack like even though they lost a bright. Brighton. They still put foro up or the or even though that you know beep right After the Brighton happened like they put four up in a pretty. Ugly Game. Listen to say united was prime to like have a big ofensive game but they did that today in the League Cup they'd be. Brighton again, be brightened three zero. So they'd been broken twice in like five days. said. What does that sound like? You. Liverpool beating me twice in four. Yeah. You guys you guys get that coming up. That'll be fun Okay. So Larry I. think sounds like he thinks it's GonNa. Be Open Game I. I just don't I just don't really like I don't want to think about this game I think realize. That Mike you've been. You've been quite what you think Tottenham are GonNa, are you GONNA try and? I think. I personally think that there's no way you lose their this. Real. No percent rumors jinx he doesn't think this. I hope I'm praying for draw because I don't I'm not scared of you but I don't like you and I'm scared of them and I don't like that. Okay. So I would like golf you guys. I. Won't be like minus goals. Dramane to lose points angle different. But I'll settle for a nil nil where everybody publicly hates both of your teams. That would be awesome. Okay. Okay. That's your call. It's. It's fairly now my first male of the season prediction there's zero chance that time to give up A. Eric. On the field and Bruno Fernandes are going to be able to field. Those who are like it. Those two are like anybody Louise it is a penalty. He can hurt his back and find a way to. Handle it. If do that that's impressive. I mean, there are very few people with that. With that level I think there's going to be at least one penalty. Is Not there's always a penalty when the Spurs Spurs United Way and it's always usually united. Gets it The though to other Games, we actually mentioned this earlier. So leads in city too big bounceback games for Chelsea and city. So leads and steady play that Saturday morning the Chelsea Palace is the one you're talking about I have no fucking idea what to think of that city game no fucking clue city leads I don't really either I just think that leads put in a good a good shift against Liverpool in opening weekend that was in an a tough game. I. I'm always like the type that when A-team that I think is good. Plays a just absolute shit game the way they did against Leicester just think they're gonNA bounce back I don't know what the what the injury situation is with yet or what if he gets back that's huge for them. I just think they're going to bounce back I. Think I'm GonNa go city Let's say three women that. I think they bounce back today I still think that that game's going to be tighter than people think but I'm going to go. To One city. I agree it's going to be tired. Most people think I think. mean. Leads. Chelsea play lead this weekend. It'd be pretty nervous. It'd be nervous they. WanNa go. Or? do or to still. That'd be awesome for two. Now, the other bounceback game, the book crackdown on Saturday Chelsea and Crystal Palace south road you first Larry so you what what do you think's going to happen here? I'm not actively looking forward to this one either I'm. I don't know I. Think we're GonNa win but I think CZAJA might. Might run amok on us. because he's looked interested he's looked interested the season early on windows still open. So he's still looking for that. Other at least for the time being our defense is what it is and. I mean we we. Just. We just lost. We just lost. So I think there's there's possibility of morale being low heading game hopefully, it's not but. I don't feel good about it. I. Think we win but I don't think we look good. Is GonNa be one of those like. Can't believe we want to. I think I'm with you. I'm going to own Chelsea I I wouldn't be you know worried about Chelsea until baby Jesus comes back the season doesn't even start until like Pulisic's out there. That's why I'd say that. any other games that looked interesting Everton Brighton I'm. I'm interested Right Yeah Everton just looks fun. brightens got mouth pay. So I gotTa Watch. It. In the point, the point I'm worried about arsenal, Sheffield because of all the should I talked at any realize they were coming up this week now. As A. Fact Great I actually really will do like Sheffield, to take a point. Yeah. Especially because they have a big strong striker that I like it's yeah. Put in the books one going Arsenal Sheffield One god suck so bad one. I, mean. I mean there's no way they're that bad I think they're that bad adding to. Your secret gooder I. Think Way Down Deep. You know he's doing to me what I did to you. Look under his blue you'll catch me here. You will catch me say anything like that London. Purple Underneath Claritin Light Yeah Right. Don't do that. I just look at the weekend themselves. Look. Chelsea Basically. lost. Tottenham. Basically loss arsenal did lose. Fulham got there s you know handed them like. What are the other ones I through palace in there even though like people really. London team. Are Their base their cellphone it's their. Stadium Four Zero Wolves kings a London right now give listen. It's been a long time since there's instant of anything surrounding like you know West Ham's we I was just trying to give a little credit when they. You know when you can I guess is what I was trying to do. Aim. In those. Everton Brighton that's the one out ryobi really watching. I love writing this year. I think they're going to give. Everton, I think they're going to give them a fight. Everything, three to. Allow. Brighton. you're ripping the brightening. Late. Let's say. Up To Two year I'm. GonNa go to I think they've call the point I do at the around been Pesky. They did they. They been passed they deserve. They deserve resolve for what they've been doing. So I think they take solace with one point here. another bounceback game wolves. Fulham. Fulham. As as we said, they basically should show the how God I just perked up. This is GonNa this like there's some blood in the water here right so this could be like a six zero wolves I Dunno wolves are just as bad but like this could be a hypnotist Asterik. That's what I was thinking. I was thinking like a Jimenez Troy masterclass on the two guys they're going to be like are we belong on this job? Yeah. Well, did they play? So this past weekend did submit Oh, play don't believe. So right the what's going to happen it was going to play trial is gonNA move up and they're going to run. Roughshod. As say, yeah, I agree I think we're all. Wolves I. Think Liverpool probably beat the shit out of villa. Ville, you guys pointed out like I like villa but like you know they're still you Barkley just coming into the squad, the guys they brought in still working in. Ns? Liverpool. So. Literally, all yet say. Mike any other EPL games or ninety games monkey your. Said, we'RE NOT GONNA publish this until the game over but tomorrow in all the Shitty Europa qualifiers two teams that are actually interesting matched up Rangers Galata Sarai GonNa, Watch that never never thought I'd see a Scotland playing each other but that that'll be fucking hilarious I like a lot of the games this weekend we were talking about our good name matchups but the teams are fucking brutal. Like lately, the beginning killed was looking at before the event is Napoli on Sundays awesome which doesn't fit that category too good. No, that's to good teams. Leipzig. Shocker should be good but CHAKA socks. Some terrible. Athleti Athletico V. Reality should be good but clearly real socks. Like I'm not entirely enticed by a lot of things but my favorite game of the weekend is illegal. It's like the Sunday three o'clock is Leeann Leone Marseille. Museum. Marseille's a good game that is game. Okay. I'll give you I'll give you some credit there I thought you were going to go further down the table now like lots CEO interest fund, but like lots got smoke today so and there's via. At three o'clock as well. Madrid just one one nil today. So they're back right back on track His Art. Yeah you got hurt he's out for awhile again inmates Emmy Sam you're lucky 'cause bail probably wouldn't have been all of this happened two weeks ago. Interesting interesting. I think it would happen. Anyway I would think I think the the the relationship with royal was just it was done. They needed to go their separate ways, but that is a good. Interesting. Hypothetical. What would happen? That's all I. got for Fun Games this weekend but there's a lot of soccer so much soccer so much soccer. It's the best. Got Boys can't thank you guys enough. can thank all listeners. Thanks for joining us and we're going to now throw it to an interview with let's C. Get to New York Red Bulls Tim Parker and. We. Are At guys this week I have the distinct pleasure of being joined by two veterans of the new. York red. Bulls I. We have recurring guests in strong island legend Tim Parker Great Heavy Tim thanks for you know willingly subjecting yourself to another round of my questions. Come back off. Excited is great to have it hopefully come back more and often. So along with you this time we have another person that everybody's GonNa. Know. From the rebels and the national team we have Aaron Long on the program how you doing today in doing well, just I'm away to training happy to be here. Nice, well, appreciate you joining on I. Think the first question everybody wants to know is how Tim convinced you to join join us on this little rinky-dink podcast today. Yeah I think for the most part. I try to deny media requests. I'm not big on on media and podcast and stuff I'm just not out there too much. I feel like Tim is somewhat similar. He's a little bit more of a Social Butterfly, but fact that he's been on this podcast more than once something's gotTa be good. So I had to join and see what's up. Okay. All Right I. Like it So ordered operations here we're going to get people caught up on Red Bulls twenty, twenty season. Now you know there's been some thrills and chills. Then, we're GONNA do an abbreviated. This is your life segment where Tim and I will grill you Erin on your career Analytic House Ritchie and I grilled him a few months ago. And then we'll do some rapid fire questions at the end wrap things up. So that's sort of how I see things working out. Let's start at the beginning here though before we jump into the season, I've heard this about centreback pairings that it's sort of like marriage I'm I'm a member of the goalscorers union side like proudly play no defense in don't really understand how it works. But if you guys are a marriage in the back, who is the earner in who is the nurturer? Outfit that's like asking who is the Alpha Beta You, want it. I'm definitely Alpha and. Say. He's the we have this debate all the time. Is this question's GonNa go nowhere fast. To help us to. All right interesting. It's an interesting interesting dynamic. That's okay. It's okay. All right I want to start off with something a little positive because now we're going to go through the twenty twenty season and you know things were a little negative at the beginning. I didn't want to start off with something like two negative right off the bat. But. You guys came into the season I think there was some question marks of whether you know the. Management had done enough to retool the team, gets lost big names. Over the seasons and over last season or offseason I should say, but you know things start off. Well, you get some results before you know the world went to Shit and then went to them less is back tournament. You won the first game beating Atlanta one zero in retrospect maybe only beating them one zero was a bit of a red. Flag A shot across by Atlanta there but you know things sort of you know went. Downhill, but it just things didn't go right from then on for a little while anyway and ended up with a coach Chris Armas was dismissed. Looking back at the beginning of the season in Kenya Monday morning Corey quarterback sort of what went wrong there for for a little while. Yeah, you know I think. It was a little bit of a combination of like in the beginning of the season we start off on a little bit of a high probably came back inside the. Back Tournament and. We just didn't really have like. And he kind of Ocho or anything like Dr Koss. Big, issue of like. We're down back. We won a game like we felt okay about a game, but we weren't like super confident because it's not like we like. Politely likes. ACURA. ATLANTA. By probably like you're saying. Retrospect Patriot. We could've or should've at that point in time. But obviously fives around lacquer around. Our way better than they were a couple a couple weeks ago. So what you know what's changed obviously of new coach at least for the time being, but you know in terms of what change Did it. Basically, you guys say fuck it. Let's go and let's just sort of play loose play free or was it more like Oh shit? We, lost our coach. We really got to knuckle down and focus. You know there's sort of two different ways you can go about it was did one or the other sort of come into play more in the in the way things sort of have turned around more recently. I would say it's a bit of both right you. You can't be tense and you don't WanNa be robotic out there. But at the same, we knew that it was getting serious and we gotTa make playoff push and we wanna try to jump in the table as far as we can. In the next month to Clo- close out this season just talking to your point I think. We have a lot of young players this year and young players sometimes a little bit of time to step up and know their role and Noah wait they have to hold the team. Maybe before if if Bradley wright-phillips scorn a lot of our goals and and we as a team Kontena, Kinda ride that wave of his legendary scoring and kind of helping us out a young guys are gonNA have to learn. They're GONNA have to step up in scored goals for this team and little things like that. So I think it just takes a while for for young guys to know that like listen. This is my team now and I'm getting big minutes and we got a lot of those guys and I think he just took a little bit longer for us to Kinda step into those roles and hopefully we're we're rolling now. Part of the turnaround I would be remiss in not pointing out was seems to at least somewhat coincide with a tim you you getting back in the eleven and you know letting. Letting your ginger genius show they're out on the field. You know. At. The beginning of the season you're not getting as much time as I was expecting and as I'm sure you wanted it to to get what happened since then did you like see a Voodoo doctor or like you don't change your approach on the field or is it just something else going on? I mean. Obviously whenever you're not playing it sucks. So I was played down at the back tournament I was very happy but. It was just one of those things where I was like what I'm just like. I'm down here in Orlando to have fun and just play and just. Let, let it play its course here and Not Fortunately. But like obviously all things kind of like. Happen for a recent. If I obviously, I was able to find my way back in the eleven. Played. Played pretty well. Now, obviously, we're on a little bit of a role. It's just I think I'm just having fun like being like. Being back tiled ways I guess a little bit of a way but. I think. It was a tough time to be honest just because you're in that bubble and then on top of that I was playing psych and this kind sucks just trying to make the best of its day by day. Headband recently. Grown out his hair he's got a nice little. Will hairband in the red locks flowing out there got the captain's armband. The last three games scored eight goals. He's just really feeling himself lately so it's good to have the feedback. I mean listen new hairdo is a pretty person. So it makes a lot of sense actually listen if you told me that Tim Parker was going to be wearing a headband two years ago I would have said no chains. HAIRBAND? All. Slicked back off the field. Your Heart. Them in. He's like cooler than you. Now Erin I know you're like you know South Carolina or South. Carolina. Cal Cool. Is Has Tim Barker in his long hair and his headband everything like overtaken you and like the cool factor I don't know. But I think I might get him a little bofors at Bedford next. Take it out of my daughter's Jor. That's the problem is Iran's now at so he's just like kind of four fitting the call stuff allies like his look a little rag hit by. Polish. You she'll a mullet doesn't say I'm not, adapt. Yeah but it doesn't look as good as it once did. That's yeah. I gotta I gotTa go you know a little bit. That's what happens. Does things here. All right. So you guys Ya, I've actually heard a lot of chatter on this and I know you guys probably can't go into too much it sounds like red bulls or maybe negotiations with a guy geared stroup who play who coaches in the English championship for Barnsley. Were in the trust tree here. Have you guys googled him at least? I saw I didn't Google him but I looked him up via twitter except when I saw his name popular known yeah. Okay. All right. Okay. Yes. Yeah. We looked. I. Think. We looked them up and like notice the all had ties to read bike rental. Salzburg hip. Him So. Usually what I see treaties, rumors could be 'cause you can kind of dismiss them pretty quickly as a player. There's no way that this is going to be true. Maybe this one is true. So you kind of look him up just to see if there is the liberty to the room or at least right you want to know what's going on for sure for sure and yeah, he's got. He's got long ties to the NFC. Salzburger rebel salzburger. I. Know which actually which one? That one it's. And I say. You got you got it right. Around there. One of those, it's gotTa be right. Okay so now, prediction time for looking forward to I've sort of you know painted a rather doom and gloom picture. You guys are actually in pretty good spot right now you're in seventh in the east and you know within striking distance I think ten points of of the top in the east. So it's not like you. You guys are having a bad season really is just sort of relative to what we all expect from. Red. Bull. We just sort of expect you guys to basically win the supporter shield every season. So, is there a part of you this season you guys have been there done that when it comes to support a shields, but since you can't win the supporters shield analysts cup I mean it's just like impossible pretty much. Is there like a small part of you? That is like thinking you know what? Maybe? Maybe we'll let somebody else when the when the the shield this year and we'll sit back and shock everybody in the playoffs and win most Zach going through your mind at all. I was actually plan going into the year. Perfect. We drew it up this way if you didn't think we did. It does it does give me a little bit of like a I. Guess Hope to say that a lot of times these teams that would've molest cup have late bushes in the season, right? They don't start these that well, they get to a grave slow to end the season, the playoffs strong, and they kind of ended up stealing it from wherever the top team is usually. So I guess that's where my head's at. Now you guys are taking a page out of Seattle sounders playbook. Not. Bad okay. There's the there's the twenty twenty season so far and in the future I guess. So now we'll we'll turn to you. Aaron this'll we're going to do a little? This is your abbreviated life Tim will will help grill me on some of the highlights and Here we go. So you grew up in so callous we've said you were born cooler than me and probably cooler than Tim you've played basically every sport under the sun if my research is correct. Except Lacrosse. Okay. Extra I add. A little across it actually affairs. For how athletic I think that I am. I am in every single sport lacrosse sticks are just the weirdest thing. IS A. Concept it's sort of like people who try to pick up soccer as you know in their whatever twenty S. if you've never kicked a ball and you like if somebody watches, you try to kick a ball. You look just like a total nerd total he can't. It's just such a niche sport, right? It's like. Just. Pick up a lacrosse stick and go have some fun with your friends if you're not a Lacrosse player. Who just? Think your what. Who's took up your spoon on out the now That's gotta be some Lacrosse. Across here, I'm with you on this one, and Lacrosse, is one sport that I like never played from Wisconsin. We didn't really have lacrosse. So it's sounds like Tim is actually like a you must have played in high school or something right to. The sticky does like little flip tricks in staff you think. He does kick flips with his raking roscoe. That's college are for you, Right He's bringing the county talk here. All the time where you like bounce it off the Armadillo off-spinner what is that? It's not really A. Name. CAST. The parking. Okay a grown up so you. But you've finally eventually pick soccer and it sounds like you know your family. Supported you had to like makes long drives from from where you're living. You ended up playing for. Team called Arsenal. And did you become an arsenal fan because of that? I did yeah definitely. Are you still an arsenal fan and more importantly. Do you regret that decision? No I'm still an arsenal fan. It was just so easy mean all my teammates were like twelve to fifteen years old and we're wearing the kids and every time arsenal gets another new kit. We get to wear it and we get to watch them on the weekends and we really good in California so it was just like an easy. Like A for right? Yeah. Watch this weekend the Gulf arsenal, and then it just kinda stuck. It makes sense. It makes had to take a little shot at him just because I'm a ton of fan but yeah. Makes Makes Sense. On, your recent win. Thank you thank you. It won't last long we will will should the bed this weekend I'm sure. They're exactly. Wanted identified pun intended. Yeah. Listen. You can't make a penalty when when you get a ticket, shit everybody knows that so. Or move there. Now, I'm going to do a little Yadda Yadda Yadda here. Sort of pass through a bunch of stuff because you you you went through. A lot of you played at UC Riverside, not exactly. A national powerhouse but solid program you played PD l.. You were sort of given the cold shoulder by by MLS teams coming out of college. You played us but he said fuck it I'm just GONNA. You know I'm GonNa, make this work. You played USSL for a few clubs have see Tucson. I saw. Portland sounders to. and. The in, and so I'm I'm big time. Yada. Yada Yada in your career here for a few years obviously the lot happened there but want to get to bull because things really picked up When you went from, I think he played a season with sounders to. And then you and that's when you you signed with Red Bull. But interestingly enough I read that Red Bull said, you had to play center because you've been a center mid for like a lot of career or all your career. Except for the last couple years when you it sounds like you're playing like sort of jack-of-all-trades playing everywhere. Red Bull signed you and part of the deal correct me if I'm wrong but they said you have to play center back. Yeah that was part of the deal for not even when I showed up it was before I got there the head coach Jesse Marsh said Yeah. We'll take to our preseason. We'd see a lot of qualities in him, but we'RE NOT GONNA BLAME AT Center back. So if he wants to come to preseason with us, he needs to understand that he's GonNa play no center mid and only centreback minutes for a slice here. Head around that. He's okay with changing positions than than we'd love to have intr- we'll listen Jesse Morrish knows his shit. So it's interesting that he saw. What was his rationale? What did he? What was his explanation to you for why he he saw you as a centreback centreback only? I mean, my qualities definitely fit a centreback. What's I think it was more the fact that I wasn't breaking into the center mid spot anytime soon. So He's like listen let's let's utilize your still said, and if you have the best chance of making the team, it's a centreback. I don't think he saw me being a national team set back at player. I don't that was the case but I think he saw like, okay, I have DAX McCarty. Bay Sasha question and Sean Davis my four center. mids like sorry. But you're you're not gonNA have a chance here. So if you're gonNA come, you gotta come centre-back back and you could earn your spot. There I think you actually really good at it, but only time will tell. Well. Off. So things you know really kicked into high gear this point. So this was about what two thousand sixteen I think. Not that long this is not like distant memory This is a few years ago you went from red. Bull to. Playing rebel to in US L. and then like a week later, you're starting for the US men's national team you win defensive players of the year year. You know I think your best eleven from less. You Got English Premier League clubs coming in for you like what the hell happened. Did you like to sort of start some super-duper steroid regimen or like what happened here? I. Mean, let me just let me just touch on the fact that like. All this good stuff happened when I came. I mean, he's not the way that the way this guy walks on the locker room right now is just it's it's incredible. Ball. All right. Let's continue. That's all I have. I. Mean listen. He's got a point that a lot of things picked up from I mean everything's sort of. Picked up completely for me when when Tim got there because we we then had the best defense in the league that year our team was great that year we want support a show that year. So I mean you're not gonNA get. or it's extremely hard to get national team call ups or best eleven or be an all star if your team hasn't one of the best league or making sports show so. Yeah. I. I got a lot of credit certificate my first national team call up with him. We were roommates introduced me to some likes Berry starburst or something like that or what was that Tim wildberry Sour? Sour Punch wildberry good wildberry Sour Patch a lot of memories that you that was great year for me just rode the way though yeah, it was. It was a huge uptick in in the career, but just rode the wave. That were here. In our here Do you consult whenever I read something about you Aaron. It always mentioned you as a late bloomer. Do you consider yourself a late bloomer or was it more? You just didn't get the opportunity early on and then when you did you seized. I am a firm believer that if I would have got him opportunity as a six in the mls I would have done. Well, I really do think that I'm all on my own off. Tim In training if I put the neutral on and I'm in the middle, it's it's lights out real us. Absolutely lights out. Relaxed but I think I would have done well. But again, it's it's one of those things where my career definitely wouldn't be as good as it. Is. Now. If I would have stayed as a sentiment. I might have been a starter Max but I would have never been you know a national team player or an all-star anything as sentiment. So I don't know if it's a late bloomer or it's a little bit. Of Love that I that I ended up changing positions or I don't know I really don't or maybe I wasn't that good and I needed to change decision. So it wasn't so much as late blooming as as being in the wrong spot. He was coached I believed in me so. I I really have no idea. Listen. Just keep sending you know. Christmas cards. Jesse. Marshy away. Now. So I mentioned this some EPL clubs I know West Ham was one that I heard a lot of chatter about you know there there were teams from from Europe that were coming in for you. And I know. I've heard. You say that it's always been a dream to go play over there. But it's it's got to be a weird situation for you. So I know that some teams came in with offers and know that rebels rejected them. You know obviously this is it's just an awkward dynamic for you. But how do you explain sort of the the whirlwind of emotions that that came along with that where basically like no rebel was saying look, we value you. At let's just throw out a number here I'm gonNA throw it a fifteen million random number there. They value like very much like they're saying, we love you a lot. But at the same time they're saying you can't go play your dream and play in. Europe. So you know, how did you sort of work that strange dynamic in your mind? Yeah. It was some that I had to learn. Definitely. It's Like we've been talking about my career, it's a huge turn for the better at one point and it was all a whirlwind and then there's there's clubs that are interested in me and making offers in in my head. It's like, yeah, you know let's let's continue this this trend and let's you ride the wave all the way to England. Why not? Offer like why wouldn't I go? but there's so many things that are involved in just had to learn that. There's. There's you know you as a player, you really have no power it's just two clubs have to come to a decision. You know I'm under contract with the Red Bulls. They liked me here they're telling teams that are not for sale in as a player. You just have to be onboard with that wrap your mind around eggs if you start getting. Mad or angry or looking into the future thinking what could have been or I deserve this what's going on like it's GonNa, hurt your play in her you as a person in her teammate. So. Yeah I just had to learn that I have no control of under contract and just play my best ability, and what will be will be to plumps to clubs come to a decision than greatest thought great. You just got a flag contract. Okay. Okay. Well, it's it's like becoming learning to be a true professional as they say. It's all over the world. So it's it's just that's very natural and soccer, but it was my first time going through it. Okay. Well, now, when you heard these numbers being thrown around the teen millions of dollars being placed on your on your head so to speak. Did you ever think you know what maybe I need to go up my like life insurance or a medical insurance policy a little bit and get some get some extra cash on the back end perhaps. A pretty cheap guy to be honest. Spend any extra money on life insurance does that. I mean if it was up to me, I would have told red just sell them for like some better food just to get the guy. Output. Playing time for you. More playing time maybe a little bit more love around here but. This guy. This guy just had to stick around because his price tag for valuing himself now. Put The price Arab myself. That's it. All right now I've got a question for both you guys so you mentioned just demolish. You know he's doing big things in in Europe. You guys know him pretty well, what is he like as a coach? Can you sort of like as a player what what's different about him versus you know a lot of other coaches out there. L. O. You start because I have I kind of have a little different view than you probably. I feel like Jesse is unbelievable at slip a switch between. Coach on the field and being a players coach off the field like he's so. He's one of the nicest guys will ever meet before training. Training he'll be like, Hey, what's going on? How's Your Life House Your House wife has your kids as girlfriend. They'll talk to you about anything under the sun in the morning you can go with shake his hand and it's like. You know roses and daisies after after training he'll talk to you about offseason trips and you'll give you recommendations. All you gotta go to highland. You gotTa ride a took took when you're there. This is what I did. And then it's like you step onto the field and it is like complete business. Like you've never seen before. You know it's just amazing I can switch and I think that that's what really makes him great and what makes us players love him? But. He's also a little bit a mad scientist, but it works for. All right. Okay. That's good. Explanation Tim you're. Yeah I mean the last word Ehlo set his ally I would describe him. So when I first came to red bull. you know I came from a locker room was like like a call rob was coach so is like Really like he was a huge players coach Jesse. Is a players coach I decree. Taylor's point, but it was like. Jess was Kinda like a mad scientist bike. This guy like throw themselves into the tactics like studied the game all the time like had film cut up for you like Atlanta moments like. You. Come in at eight am and he'd have felt cut up for you on like something that you take yesterday or. You want to see. All of it was obviously all good. I remember once story of. Like Jesse bike grilling me about something I was just like I tried to make like joke of it and if I did it really pass over that while and I was like I'm just not going to make that joke again and it was like it a lot. It was something along the lines of like you like ask me does Tim like I thought your fast like your your highest speed and the game was. Like eight point something. Like Jesse? Like. But I just thought like if I put myself in good spots and I never really have sprint that heart and he just gave you like a death stare. That's a pretty good response to coach. You Know Paul Net that stat on you I think that actually is a good response. He didn't appreciate that apparently. No. Thank you. I thought it was a good response to. So basically he's he's a true soccer nerd at heart it sort of sounds like. He loves the game he loves, tactics he loves film for sure. Submerged himself in willingly loves it big time Princeton to Jenness Ri- to Princeton good point. Than you are saying jobs guy I don't know. I don't even know what UC Riverside is. I'm definitely proud to be Johnny. Don't disrespect cyber in the Fifi lives right now we're fighting HEBR athletic program boy. Not good that good. Yeah. I know all about some. I saw Cincinnati in some other programs. Little of soccer programs are getting cut that sucks. Well out to UC Riverside. Hopefully, they get they get. Back, on track last question similar to actually two more questions before we run the rapid fire but Jesse. Marsh and Gregg Berhalter you you can you can you compare and contrast the two? I feel like they are very similar in in the way that they love the became football like we've been talking about and submerging himself in the tactics and video and the numbers and the stats. They're very similar in that way. So. When you're with them you'RE GONNA they know every part of the game and every part of the opponent and they're so well studied in. so that Is the way that they're super similar the way that they're different. I think Jesse values against the ball more and Greg values with the Baltimore. easiest comparisons I can make. That works that works last question before rapid fire. You've played Aaron. Think multiple US Mexico Games at this point right. Listen, I'm not going to bring up the the Goal Cup on should have one that we didn't. Let's talk about the other one. Let's talk about one we want So I know I think Tyler Adams. Scored the winner. The big thing that stood out from this game was the let's call it a confrontation between a map meazza Diego Linas did you know when that happened? How much of a just a thing like a meam it was going to become? As last stories this game. Kim knows about the safety. I'm I'm in the stands this game actually I wasn't roster tame was actually rostered and he's on the sidelines he was on the bench for this game I was up in the stands. So I'm watching from a different perspective more of a more I guess more relaxed state of mind, right? Obviously I'm still invested in the game and I want to win, but there's a there's a different feeling. When is potential that you could go into the game? So it from my seat when it happened on Mike Chuckling Mike Wow this is gonna blow up for sure. I didn't know it was going to be a mean necessarily, but I knew it was going to be viral all over the Internet for sure right when I thought. It was. Absolutely was what about? Four that we score the goal that game we end up winning. Tim Parker gets a giant Norma's bonus being on the bench gives me none of it. Doesn't give me a sense. What kind of teammate is that? He went through the mental. Preparation for might have to go in here and play Mexco I. Thank, you exactly throw the guy, a bone You know. Patch kids as my as my bonus. A bills. Fan You try this hour patch berries. It's actually not a bad trade off. My God. So what was the talk in the locker room after the game after that incident would people like you guys all laughing meows like what what, what exactly was said after that? Definitely laughing at the guy. Yeah. Laughable. But there was a lot of celebrations in terms of the whole win. I feel like that kind of got buried a little bit and I do remember Matt checking his phone and he's like dude, my my social media I can't even. Can't even go through my phone because every like three seconds he was getting an update from a social media Cadillac turn off his social media's for a little bit. Let it calm down. So we knew was blowing up. But we weren't like completely talking about it because we were suffering with. Big. Sense. That makes sense. I was always part of the part of the crew absolutely blowing the lid off that. It was just like. That was a dream come true. I will always love. For the content that came from that and it's still coming from that. Can't be good content nothing. That's what it's all about in US Mexico I. Mean This is just just a dream come true man me as as basically hero of mine forever just for that alone All right let's do some rapid fire. So Tim, you've been through this before Aaron, it's just random like these are GONNA be some random ask questions Yeah, we'll just have fun with it So some of them are directed at both use some of them will address at one this one's for both you. So let's start with your keeper David Jens Jensen. We weren't sure how exactly I'm not sure exactly how to say it, but he wore a red hat. With first game out of the gate, he wore a hat. Did you guys like give him shit about that because he definitely deserves some shit for that. It's just so like Scandinavian. European asked to work hot because okay. Right. Athletes don't wear caps. They just don't wear caps. That's not what athletes do I feel like the feeling that's just something you guys needed a girl drill in whether he's got it yet or not I don't know it's just my opinion. He certainly deserved ship for this. Okay. For both you guys so lot has been talked about NYC AFC playing home games at red. Bull. Arena. Obviously. It's gotta be a little weird for you guys but you know in terms of your feelings about it. Do you feel more like a cock in the corner watching someone else have relations with your stadium or on the other hand? Is You know just funny that after all these years of NYC AFC fans making fun of how far away the arenas that they now have to beg like dummies to go play in it. Yeah, it's a bit false because I I don't like them playing our stadium lights all the time. Right it's a little bit like. It's a little wack by the same time making them pay to play in our stadium is really funny and now they have played in New Jersey. Like Whatever they had it coming right. You guys have been hearing that for years I'm sure. So it's just it's just a simple as being like we like basically little boy. What look I really say to us now like you came to us God father. I love it and listened. That's what rivalries. That's what make reverie special. I love it All right. Let's go some easier quicker ones here. So this one's four Erin What is the last thing you bought Amazon? Last, year. I don't even have an Amazon account. I totally cheap so I just made. By everything for me. Honestly I was talking to you. Listen to Hey, if you it's good good work if you can get it for somebody else violator stuff that's smart move. But they don't for some reason. Do you know what top to you is the sauce? Yeah okay. Skin hot sauce. But for some reason, they don't sell it in the east. coast. Drives me nuts. I gotta get it on Amazon. I'm actually shocked that I knew that but Yeah. Okay. That makes sense makes sense I think we used to steal those all the time from Lake Japan laser. Tabasco Dude. If. That's what it allies it was. Still GonNA. Still, good hot sauce and it worked is in college and we reported shit in on us just how it goes One's for you. What's the last book you unit? Oh I just I just finished tiger woods biography. Or. Auto box. This guy's such a bookworm, it's crazy and he's a big `guv`nor too. So that actually makes a lot of sense. Golf Game Okay. I'll be honest tigers book is wild if you have. It's crazy I mean I bet I bet it prior to be honest. Ago Timid I beat him. You never that. Jim. He did it was it was. Double Double. We lost. Okay. All right. So now this one's back and forth you guys are you know you're a CB tearing? I would say you're at least somewhat similar in terms of height and weight. One, he's got a little bit on the other, but let's start with the. avs, who wins who wins armless arm-wrestling between you two. I mean come on. That's not even fair. To help. Tim Tim probably wins but just barely okay. All Right Tim who wins the forty yard Dash. Cam. I'll be honest. This is one that we said. We Wanna try because Aaron says he's faster from like fifty to sixty yards like I'll probably veteran Syria forty. I think I honestly think he might get zero forty but over one hundred yard dash I beat for sure. But no-one runs hundred daughters. All right last one, I was GONNA say Tiebreaker, so we'll say the personal. was. Hundred Dash E. IT's tied one one This one authority Aaron I. So who wins a heads up holdem poker match? Me, I'll just I'll just. Absolutely. Like mind fucking the whole time. It's all just mental for me. there. You know I don't know much about holding, but it's there's no way I don't get in his head. Israel. Tells you all you have to? Know what Texas whole I know what it is I don't know how play I know what it is and how to play. I've just not I wouldn't call myself a hold him expert. He's not an expert at the game. He's an expert at playing you. Tim. But he's not now not a good gambler rain contribute. That's where it all breaks out. Okay. All right. This one's for you tim. So you and Dax McCarty are currently neck and neck on my personal list of favourite gingers. So as impartial jurist and as an Ode to the the presidential debate from from this week debacle, we can call it. I'll give you the floor right now you make a case for why you're a better ginger index. ooh that. That's my boy but This is tough on on the guy gets taxes. Legendary. Say. Ledge so To. Be Still fucking still truck and he's still doing this. If, if I get his age obstacle truck. superpowers I'll be pretty happy respect. Okay. I respect your respect for Dax I'll give you credit year. Okay one more question needs. So for Erin you know we talked about the let's say the complex calculus the comes along with possibly heading overseas I'm GonNa. Put you on the spot though one word answer. Yes or no prediction do you think you're gonNA. Play in Europe. Yes Like. Like it strong Last one, four, the strong islander. So Tim, this is actually the toughest questions I've ever asked in the history of Sam's Army hope you ready. Mary Fuck Kill Dan PSG hank. Dan PF. Hank. The, the crew from. Part of might take. Unfortunately I think. That's tough I think. If he. Just wanted to have sex. 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Syndrome K

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:41 min | 4 months ago

Syndrome K

"In one thousand nine hundred eighty three. The italian government surrendered to the allied forces. The germans not wanting to see such a large part of europe to the allies quickly occupied northern and central italy however as the germans occupied rome there occurred outbreak of what was known as syndrome k. Cases of syndrome k. In one roman hospital were so great that even members of the dreaded german gestapo feared enter learn more about syndrome k. The disease which saved lives on this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is the rise and fall of the third reich. A history of nazi germany. By william shire since its publication in nineteen sixty william shires monumental study of hitler's. German empire has been widely acclaimed as the definitive record of the twentieth. Centuries blacks hours the rise and fall of the third reich offers. An unparalleled and thrilling told examination of how adolf hitler nearly succeeded in conquering the world. This is a richly rewarding experience for anyone who wants to come to grips with the mysterious question of how this minister civilization ever came into being much less sustained for as long as it was you can get a free one-month trial to audible and to free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash or by clicking on the link in the show notes in nine forty three. The war wasn't going so well for italy. The allies had invaded sicily. In july and quickly liberated the island. This led to the collapse of the italian government. The leader of italy benito mussolini was arrested. You talion king victor emmanuel. The third signed a treaty of unconditional. Surrender with the allies. This allowed the allies to land italy unmolested and occupy the lower half of the peninsula. The germans couldn't let the allies get that much of a foothold in europe so they quickly rushed in and occupied the northern half of italy creating something called the italian social republic. They busted mussalini out of jail and set him up as their puppet ruler. The division of the country was aligned. That was roughly between rome and naples. When mussolini and the fascist party came to power in italy in nineteen twenty two they did not have an anti-semitic platform. Jews had lived in italy for over two thousand years and rome was one of the largest jewish populations in the world since the diaspora there were even jewish members of the fascist party in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight italy enacted antisemitic laws that stripped italian jews of civil rights this was mostly under pressure from nazi germany. There were roundups of jews but conditions were much better than what they were. In german occupied areas of europe there were no desk camps and no jews were transported to nazi controlled facilities. So things in italy. Were not good by any means but they were a whole lot better than the rest of europe after the collapse of the italian government. July nineteen forty-three jews were released from prison facilities in concentration camps in the south all of the jews and facilities there wound up protected by the allies in the north however they were not so lucky when the germans entered italy in september nineteen forty-three what little protection the jews had in italy were suddenly gone. German ss units began rounding up italian jews almost immediately after the entered italy and the new italian puppet state assisted them on october. Sixteenth nineteen forty-three. The nazis mounted a huge operation in rome's jewish quarter a hospital on an island in the tiber river. The fatah benny 'fratelli hospital was right next to the jewish quarter when german officials came to inspect the hospital. The staff there told them they were welcomed to inspect whatever they like but they should stay out of the ward of patients who were suffering from syndrome k. syndrome k they were told was highly infectious disease. That was worse than the plague. The syndrome was unknown. But it exhibited symptoms similar to berkeley closest with permanent disfiguring. Even short exposure risk catching the disease and transmitting it to everyone else in their unit. The nazis fearful of catching syndrome left immediately and never asked any questions. What was this mysterious syndrome k. syndrome k. Was nothing more than a hoax. Fabricated by the doctors at the hospital to rescue jews who had fled their. For safety syndrome k. was invented by dr giovanni meal. The hospitals had physician. He was an antifascist. Who took the job at the fatah. Benny 'fratelli hospital because it was a catholic hospital. He was offered jobs to head up to larger hospitals. But turn them down because it required him to be a member of the fascist party at a private catholic hospital. There were no political requirements. He hired other fascist. Like dr via toro sacred doty who refuse to join the fascist party one doctor adriana osa created the name syndrome kay he named it after albert kesselring. Who was the nazi commander in chief in the region and herbert kappler. Who is the nazi police chief in rome it was a subtle jab. That only the doctors in the hospital new syndrome k. Became the code word over the next two years for any jewish refugees which came through the hospital. Everyone who entered received paperwork just like any other patient would if someone knew that the refugees becoming they would request a certain number of beds four syndrome k. Patients children who were brought in were taught how to cough on command. Whenever a nazi official came by foreign expection throughout the entire war. The nazis never found out about the. The total number of people. Saved at the hospital is unknown. But it's estimated to be between multiple dozens of people to several hundred of the forty eight hundred jews in rome sent to concentration camps in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Three only three hundred fourteen survived the war many of the doctors at benny 'fratelli hospital including dr. Oc and bormio were later awarded the honorific righteous amongst the nation's by the state of israel in two thousand sixteen. The hospital was named a house of life by the international rallo. Wallenberg foundation a plaque now sits outside the hospital which reads quote. This place was a beacon of light in the darkness of the holocaust. It's our moral duty to remember these great heroes for new generations to recognize and appreciate them. Executive producer of everything everywhere. 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FuseBox Radio #613: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Fall Session #4 (Fall Into Some House Mix)

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

1:00:55 hr | 7 months ago

FuseBox Radio #613: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Fall Session #4 (Fall Into Some House Mix)

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Intuition, Spirituality, and Our Inner Voice; Mary Ann Bohrer

Mindfulness Mode

39:51 min | 10 months ago

Intuition, Spirituality, and Our Inner Voice; Mary Ann Bohrer

"Mindfulness mode, but you know if you're rational mind telling you to do something and you're just gonNA. Do it that way, but you keep getting these strong strong gut feelings. That you shouldn't go that route. You really need to pay attention to that. Reach new heights of calm focus and happiness here on mindfulness mode with me, your host and mindfulness life coach Reuss Langford. Hey Mindful tribe! Have you ever had that feeling that somebody's thinking about you? And then all of a sudden the phone rang and wow. Well today we're here to talk about all of those things that happen when you might think Oh wasn't that a coincidence and many times. It just simply wasn't a coincidence. At least that's what I think. I'm here to talk today about intuition and consciousness, and all those things I'm here with my wonderful guest. Marianne Borer Marianne. Are you in mindfulness mode today pretty much every day. I would say so. That's great. Marianne borer is a PR professional, a communication specialist and an intuition advocate who is interviewed some of the most gifted intuitive in the world. She's also interviewed top scientists researchers. She's interviewed so many people and even a Catholic archbishop, and all about the topic of intuition. She shares her findings in her new book. That was just recently released. Released and the book is called the gift within US get that book. Mindful tribe. It is fascinating, and this book is wow well. We're GONNA. Find out all things about the book about Marianne and I think you're going to be quite amazed so Marianne. What does mindfulness mean to you? And then we'll talk about intuition and consciousness, but let's start with mindfulness. I think mindfulness to me means that we're aware. That, we're not alone that we're getting signals and information and guidance from a lot of other places from. From beings and energies that are cub smarter than us. A lot of people think that they're just bumbling along on their own, and I can't even release the word idea anymore I use the word inspiration now the fact that I wanna make a meatloaf or something is not always coming from the divine. No, but a lot of really great thoughts have come to me and I'm very well aware. That and being mindful that those inspirations are coming from. I call it the powers that be my it could be your my guide. Scott are higher South Raider whatever angels people who have different ways of defining it, but. I learned that a lot of things that inspire me a I'd may have gotten from that that help. This is a gift within the bow. Very simple, that was an inspiration from my guides. My powers that be the name the gift within us. Another example of something that I was mindful enough to understand that some of these thoughts were coming to me kind of a and assisting me, and that's kind of what I wanted to impart to anyone out there that we do have just by being mindful of the fact that we're we have helped. We have guidance is right at our fingertips, if we just only understand bat and one of the keys to understanding that guidance is to be to take your ego down a couple of pigs behind bill and listen. That's kind of the short story about my mindfulness journal. Wow. Wow, thank you for that. And and for those of you who are just simply listening and not watching the video Marianne just held up a copy of her beautiful book and it has this gold bowl on the front. The the book is absolutely beautiful like I said, but once you start reading it I don't think you'll be able to put it down because it has so many fascinating stories, so let's talk about intuition and consciousness. Where do they intersect? What's your definition of intuition? And what's your definition of consciousness? Consciousness. We have to play a role in that way. We really have to make a decision that we're going to be conscious. And also all of us with a beating heart you know, has that other element, which is the consciousness factor? Just Open Up. Your mind received the information. Intuition is a just kind of the gut. Feeling is just kind of just. The raw data is coming in many of us. Maybe. Don't listen to it, but you know if you're rational. Mind is telling you to do something and you're just going to do it that way, but you keep getting these strong strong gut feelings that you shouldn't do that route. You really need to pay attention to that correct, so there is a lot of intersex between consciousness intuition well. You talked a little bit about intuition at the beginning, but I WANNA know if you consider yourself a religious person well I'll tell you something I was raised. Catholic, and this was the first year I didn't go to Easter mass because you know the the virus. But I have to say that this book is for any of us. I don't care what religion you are. If you're any religion, the book transcends religion because especially at many of us experience docking, able to go to church, or whatever that shouldn't dissuade us from understanding that we have the spirituality right at our fingertips, so think in a way. It's kind of a good lesson. A lot of people I know have turned away well. Actually I'll tell you a statistic pew. Research P. E. W. Research found that the fastest growing group of people are people who identify as spiritual but not religious. They've turned away from traditional religion, maybe because of the sex scandals and all of that stuff, but they're still yearning for that spiritual connection. They don't know where to get it, and that's kind of what my book is about. It's about being able to understand that it's right there for US and again though isn't about this religion versus that religion. In fact, many millennials are growing up really not identifying with any religion, but yet again they're seeking that connection that that they're yearning for that spiritual connection. And so many of my guest talk about the universe, or they talk about you know there's so many words and here we are running around on earth, fighting about which religion we can talk about, and all this thing when Alta tely all just the same. Isn't it not well? You know it's interesting as you mentioned the Catholic archbishop when I was growing up, my dad was a methodist. My mom was Catholic he converted falls when I was maybe about seven or eight and Father Flynn will look the like bing crosby. Lovely man! He converted my dad, and he became pulses men. He became a family friend. Father Flynn became an Archbishop or Bishop Flynn, and then he raised up to Archbishop Not talked to Father Flynn in maybe twenty years, so while I'm writing my book. Towards the end I thought you know I'm just curious with Father Archbishop Frame would have to say about this, you know. Would he say it's the work of the devil? You shouldn't be talking to psychics. ETC, etc, so I called the man and I interviewed him, and he said the most beautiful things that I just didn't expect. He said that Jesus had these abilities. Saints have these abilities, and actually I'll read a little quote from the back of the book. That I talked about Archbishop Linen and his interview in the first chapter, which is called the new spirituality, but basically he says this to me. This direct connection has always been available to all of us. Some received this guidance through prayer. Meditation and others by simply listening to their inner voice. We all have access divine wisdom. It's just a matter of knowing entrusting trusting that we are loved and worthy of receiving guidance. I mean how beautiful beautiful thought and this man he's the Bishop Bishop, the head of the committee to investigate the sex scandals right? He's a very high a guy. He just passed away in the last October. So I was fortunate, I couldn't believe what he was telling me. He was so accepting of this so encouraging, and that kind of quote was what he's saying in my first chapter, and frankly I had tried to contact bishops ministers rabbis to do it chapter about what traditional religion of thinks about into. Nobody would go on record nobody so getting Archbishop Flynn to speak with May, and before he passed, didn't even know he was sick, but I sent him an email. Saying you sure it's okay for me to write these things that you said you. gave me the green light. You know I think that that's stunning. It is stunning, and did you record all of your interviews? Did you think you would ever publish the recordings? Ho That's an interesting question. Everybody I interviewed knew they were being recorded. I have. Old fashioned cassette takes and tape recorders all around me. Now my phone has this audio thing all the iphones you can and I also take it on there, but I don't know that's an interesting concept it's. Fascinating when you're asking them about their lives. I mean I I've interviewed thirty three very highly gifted intuitive 's psychics and mediums from the US around the world. It also at the end after they talk about their lives. How they? I realized they were gifted. Many as children were bullied. I mean you wouldn't believe what they've gone through Dioso estimate. The and what are you WANNA share with people about what you've learned. And they come up with the most beautiful pearls of wisdom about you know the afterlife, or whatever it is that they want to share, so there's these golden profile chapters like call them about these thirty three gifted people. As I said some believes children's some were scared. Their gift somewhere closeted somewhere accepted some came to. They're in their forties after having life as the naval commander Suzanne. Geese men in my book. She was on Air Force One with the president and. Age of forty eight or something. She retired and her husband's daughter. Her stepdaughter, who is pregnant, was walking somewhere and was struck by lightning and died. And then suddenly she's blooded with this medium ship ability, and she also has a radio show. She's written books. He's amazing, so everybody's story in my book is quite different. In it's fascinating even for the gifted people to read about other gifted Beagle because they say wow. I thought everybody was just like me. or whatever at one Suzanne said to me this Angie's millimeters. She's really Marian where some of these people bullied his children. And I said yes. One Gentleman Eddie Connor is from the south is so funny. And he said though he was gay, and he was beaten up regularly for being gay, but he said Marianne coming out is psychic was a thousand times worse because there is this taboo around this topic for what is changing. It's changing. It's it's way different than it was even twenty years ago, even ten years ago. But we, it's part of the reason I wrote the book because I want people to understand. These are real people I didn't purposely in interviews, celebrity site x other James Van Prague. Has a quote on the cover mybookie. He's been around forty years. Wonderful Man, the only reason I even talked with him. He's best friends with one of the gifted people in my book Kelly White whose? Beverly Hills. I love him he's great, but these are regular. People and somebody said to be married. I can't believe some of them were divorced. Some of them were an abusive relationship. Some of their lives are not perfect just because they have this gift in fact. Many of them somewhere closeted because if people found out they recycling. They might be prejudiced against them, for whatever reason so it's very interesting. Their stories are world is going through so much change right now, and I was going to ask you. Do you think there will be a day coming up in the future where we can talk openly about these things without fear of being discredited or being, you know thought of as a lunatic or something like that? Because that's true like so many people who have you know intuition is real to so many people and reading your book. It's like absolutely it's real and yet so many people are afraid to talk about it. Do you think that day? Day is ever coming I think there's always going to be a faction of people that are living in fear about this? I'm not there to change their minds on. It also depends on what stage you're at Seoul development. Wise, you know so. There's initiatives the group that really listen to your show that really get it okay. That's great part of what I've done with. This book is on trying to shine a light on that big group in between who have turned away from the traditional religion their yearning. They're seeking and they need to know that it's right here at our fingertips. It's not something to be afraid of. When people say oh, we're all psychic. I'd say no I. Don't say that because the level of giftedness in the thirty three people that are in this book is extremely high there at the top end of the HEAP Extremely gifted extremely accurate. But for regular folks like us every last one of us has access to this divine was in this divine guidance. Just by listening to our inner voice, the only caveat is, it's imperative that you take your ego down. A couple of pigs listen be humble. Humility is not as strong super many people especially in the US. Marianne Marianne I want to ask you. How did you change as a result of writing this book? Well a little background? I'm a public relations. Person by trade and I lived in New York City for almost fifteen years and. I had to do a big press event. And just before the two thousand, nine, hundred, ninety seven, because a client of mine was putting a giant digital clock on thirty fourth, street midtown, counting down the days in seconds to the year two thousand, he called the Millennium Clock, and he wanted national press for this clock and I don't even know why really these restaurants or owns all the franchise restaurants in New York, but he wanted national press so. I said at really okay. What do I do so again? I had this inspiration. Find really highly gifted psychics. Mediums do a press conference and talk about why two K member back then people geared whites. You case the world's GonNa add so a thousand days before the year two thousand edit Tgi, Fridays and breasts right in Midtown Manhattan I had twenty four I did a lot of research. Twenty four highly gifted psychics mediums. I wasn't just going to do a stunt and pull storefront. Psychic's together right and journalists came to this event. Seventy five journalists came to this event, including the Wall Street Journal CBS Evening News of course entertainment tonight inside edition and those types, and they could sit. Each gifted person was seated at a different table kind of speed dating style, and the journalists could get three minutes, or so with each of them and ask them either personal questions world event questions are celebrity questions and the reason. I mentioned for two reasons the guy from the wall. Wall Street Journal came up to me at the end, and he space was just drained of any caller he was shaking. And he said Marianna confessed I came here to make fun of these people, but they were so accurate that I'm still would shock. The reason I mentioned is I ended up becoming close friends with a lot of these gifted people, and still am and the. Yes, of course, generated US national and global press, but the friendships that endured from that time have been strong at an overtime as a communicator as you are as well I, started to get. Hurt feelings that. Why are these people being put down? Why are they so misunderstood and I started writing their stories. If for a book I guess. and. It's just started to work overtime that I'm writing. Their stories are maybe seven to nine pages. They're not just a couple of paragraphs. and then over time it organically grew into their stories, but also I interviewed. Scientists who are studying psychic ability like Dean Raden and Dr Gary Schwartz and others. I wrote chapters also about how people with these gifts have been treated throwing history. You know back in the day. Kings revered them, and then they went through horrible times. They were persecuted, so it's changed, so the book is more than just the thirty three profile chapters I also have a chapter six simple steps to accessing your own inner voice. It isn't an arduous job. I'm very bad at Meditating I. I'm sorry to say that I have great respect for people who are good at it and I think for mindful. This is killer, but I'm a white knuckle, so if I can get into that space where I can receive information anyone. Can you know yeah? Yeah? Marianne I'd love to talk about two or three of the people that you profiled in your book and one of the first ones that comes to mind is Cindy Wenger and she had a special gift to communicate with animals. Could you tell us what it was like interviewing her? Tell us a little bit about about. Cindy, well, actually there's to. Leave from California and Cindy, winger, who was from Pennsylvania and I have to put them together in a way, because I have a dog, a little, White, fluffy dog, a Bichon frise day, and while I'm doing these interviews snowball course was her name. was ill and at it because they're reading my pet, not reading me. It was very interesting because I wasn't sure. If my dog was going to survive, she was only eight years old, but in both cases they said. Your dog is going to be passing and sure enough in that space that month. We tried to take her to the vet and everything, but everything just kind of fail. And she could communicate both of them could communicate with with my animal, and tell me what they were thinking, and it's ironic because Elizabeth Lee the other animal communicator. She's allergic to animals, so she can't own a pet and she loves pets Saint Cindy Cannon Pets. Does Day feel Cindy winger I think if you read her chapter, she would be sitting on a back porch and there would be a cricketer. Cricketer something and she could hear them communicating with her. I mean any life form, and she was overwhelmed with this, but she turned it into helping people communicate with their pets. Pets are extremely spiritual beings. Yes, I call my dog nurse Angel New. v Sean named Lila and feel that energy in that love from those animals. So that's all I wanted to communicate a couple of stories of animal communicators. They're easy to put down. Because how can we really test what they're feeling right? It's not like we can grill the animal, but they did tremendous with horses. All sorts of different animals, cats, dogs, whatever but yeah I thought that they deserve some notoriety in some respect because. Our animals if we could also intuitively listened to our animals, I don't know if you have any pets. Young we have. A cat and I had a dog who passed a year ago. Still Miss her so much, and she looked a lot I used to have a Bichon longtime ago, but she was she a little white dog, a West Highland terrier. They look similar. You know, but the years are different. And she just was so amazing and I loved her so much and Then our our cat died back in I. Think it was May. or May and. So. We really miss her as well. And now we have one cat left who but yeah. I I love pets and and I think it's fascinating to connect with people who have that intuition that they know what. They can communicate with the pat better than I. Can Yeah I. Think all of us have if you're being honest, all of us who have pets and felt that? You know and they're just so loving. I mean some pets have some neurotic problems not mind never did, but their neighbors that have tested just won't stop barking or whatever so these communicators can go in and actually talk to the pet. In calm the down or get more information, so yeah, they're in my book Elizabeth and Cindy Wenger Yup. WHO's another person that jumps into your mind that you'd like to tell us about? Well I, have to say there's a gentleman from Australian Paul as. Who linear city for a long time? His Dad passed and he had to go back to Australia now. He's having visa issues still in Australia, but he is just. He's the first. It's all athletic. Order A to Z so Paul's first profile chapter and I wanNa tell you that. When I do my interviews, I tell people you know. I've been referred to you by so there. Scientists or another gifted person I need to interviews with us of first reading, and then about an all tape it about a week or so later I'll I'll interview you about your life and I'm not testing. Testing them or vetting them through this spring I. Needed to experience the reading with them. just to see how they work. And everyone's quite different, but and then I. If you read the book, the very beginning of each chapter I say a something about my experience with that person in Paul's case, I take the reading I don't i. don't really talk much I want to hear what they have to say. And Paul started off instead to me Marianne. You're one of three siblings, right? You're one of three kids in your family and I said yes I have a brother and sister. There's a fourth child. Who died at a very young age? Of. His name was Michael and he said I want an I got goosebumps because. My sister was older than me. My brother's older but Michael was born after my sister's, I never met him. He died at a year and a half of pneumonia, which of course was really hard on my mom? I never met Michael? And he said and nobody knows the story. I mean my husband kind of knows it, but it's virtually one of those things nobody knows me knows, and he said Michael's all around you and he's looking at e. you know helping you with this book and looking at you. Love and I mean stories like that just blew me away, but Paul young man would go up to people in the store. Store at the age of five or six, he'd be walking around in a supermarket and his guys would tell go to that lady and tell teller that her husband's shouldn't beat her up. He should. She should leave, so he'd walk up deleting stay I. Know Your husband's mean to you should. You should think about how to help. And the mother is. Woman would go to his mother and said. How does your little boy notice? And, so the mother had to start keeping Paul in a cart the shopping carts. See what just wander up to people in and save various things as a little child. So. Yeah, everybody's story is very unique, but. There's another Gal. WHO's in my book? She's a medium. Some people are psychic. Some people's are medium summer, both so that that's the distinction. Virginia Cinderella is a medium. Wonderful Person, she each for free go into homes that are quote. Unquote haunted an and help the spirit the released. She explained to me. They're not haunted. The spirit is just stuck. They're not trying to harm anybody, so she will do this with this I think it's called Pennsylvania Paranormal Society, but she did a reading for main at the very beginning of the readings, she said Maryann I see the house you live in, or she's in Long Island. She doesn't physically state. You said. were there to old people that own that house before you an old couple and I, said yes, and and there was an he died in the lady died. And I bought the house from her daughter, and she said okay. Their names were Bernice. An Adolf now who comes up with the name Bernice right nobody. But then I realized eight off. You know everybody knew Mickey and Bernice? Mickey, and Bernice so I'm open when people say something that doesn't Jive with me I. Continue to by to say no. His name wasn't Adolf. She goes yes. His name was able. We get off the phone at the end of the reading. I'm clicking on my computer looking up my straight address previous owners of this House that I meant. It is eight off and Bernice Makovsky was Jewish, and he never used his given name. He was ashamed of it. He hated. So I think even his daughter didn't know has given name was eight all, but isn't that amazing? Totally amazing story while. Yeah, The to be on the receiving end of so many readings, is incredible and many of them. Although they don't know, each other day would stay the same things to me about about this. So I again for people who are looking for reading I have the contact information listed the back of my Michael for all of these people. Because I wanted people to be able to the first question is. How do you find a gifted person and it's really hard. That I say go to your local bookstore, they might know people locally, but the reason it's hard. Is there are there are three groups? There's out fakes which most people think all psychics are fake, which really irritates me, but that's a very small minority and more often might be a corporation. It's runs a psychic hotline or something that there's a huge group which I call the well-meaning but mediocre. All of us can sing bruce but not many of like Adele or Frank Sinatra true. There's this huge group. They're not out to take your money. They're not lying to you, but the reading. It seems good. But. They're really picking up on your hopes, dreams and your fears. Your media the people that are super gifted, which is everyone in my book? They're going straight to the source. They may tell you something that you can't. Even believe will happen or maybe don't want to hear that, but they're just getting the the pure story, and I'll give you an example of that the very. Very first psychic person I ever had a reading from. I was in my twenties I was living in Pittsburgh and I had a job offer from a big PR for Ketchum which is based in Pittsburgh, but they had a New York office. They wanted to hire me, but I had to live in New York City and work out of the New York office and I. I'm a small town. Gripe didn't really WanNa move to Manhattan. So because they are headquartered in Pittsburgh I thought will I'll take the job work in New York for six months or so, and then like transfer back here so I met this lady Nancy Meyers her name, she's in my book out in the Green Room of TV show I I had to go on. TV, to promote around Halloween this event called Fright night. Night and she was also going to be a guest had met her before because she's a psychic, so it was around Halloween. We met. She gave me your card. I did my segment, and then she did hers, so but six months after when I got this job offers after I'd met her, so I found her card and I called her and I wanted. Wanted to get a reading and I frankly was kind of scared about the reading, so I drove to her house. And as you probably know, you don't have to be in anyone's physical presence to get a reading, most of the people halfway around the world I've never physically met them, but anyway back in the death thought Oh you have to be there, so. So she sat across, remain in her living room and started reading, and I said you know this is my plan. I've had this job offered. She looked straight at me and said we still laugh about it to this day. Because we're, we're still friends, said Maryanne I'm sorry to tell you this, but you're going to be in New York for many years. And my heart just dropped and I was so. Upset and sure enough I ended up. Going to New York I ended up living there for close to fourteen years now I would fly back and forth from New York to Pittsburgh. You know on weekends. But it's not what I wanted to hear and you know funny thing the other day. She reminded me she said Maryann three years before you even had that psychic event which I mentioned I told you you're going to write a book and you argued with me. She said you were pretty grumpy. Not An author and I had forgotten that, so she's it. We have to laugh because she's just you know she just knew. While that's amazing. Marianne I've done a lot of work in the field of bullying prevention. Over ten years and I always ask a question about this. Do you have a story? You can share with us about bullying either yourself, maybe when you're a child, maybe as an author of this book, but a story where mindfulness maybe would have made a difference, you know I have to say I I've been fairly fortunate myself with respect to bullying, and I've always been also an advocate for people who other people are trying to hurt. You know that's why this whole situation right now with George Floyd. Is So heartbreaking to me. I I A. I can't even talk about it. It's just that disturbing, but yeah. I have a great deal of compassion for people I myself somehow been able to breeze through situations. Mostly if I see abused of people I run the other West. Which is the reason that? Maybe I, I've been accessible and not being bullied, so I'm trying to think of other people that were bullied I've been I mentioned. Many of the people in this book would be bullied by other people I guess. They figured that was a weakness that they were psychic, or whatever, because the public perception is oh, that silly you know, intuition is silly. It's gotta be women's intuition. Intuition they just demeaned. These gifts, which is as I said before is one of the most important forms of communication we can have so I think that for bullying for example, one of my messages is I did PR for free for battered women for years because I cared about domestic violence and child abuse and I have a story in the globe I call it my first divinely guided PR campaign. Campaign where I did this for free and I ended up getting this huge contract Johnson jumps for four times when I was making to do pr for battered women I end up in the White House. Getting legislation passed. It was all divinely diets crazy, but you know I care so much about the children in one thing I always tell people if you're with somebody harming you emotionally physically wetter get out! Out Trust your intuition, trust your mind for Miss Your consciousness. Doug person is just there to harm you. And I learned later that there may be a contract that you've had been another. You know before you came into this world that you're going to have a bad situation with that person, but truthfully the best thing you can do is just run as fast as you can the other way because. There's no good to really come out of that. Thank take you for doing that work done with with bowling. I wasn't aware of that. No problem, you know I've I've certainly. Learned a lot by doing that and that's that's the work that took me to mindfulness, but your book Marianne. The gift with Ns is so wonderful and I love the subtitle, intuition spirituality, and the power of our own inner voice Woohoo, and yes, our inner voice is so powerful, and it can be a positive power, but it can also be a real challenge. It can be a negative power. What do you suggest people do when they're sabotage by their inner voice, which is telling them, you know? To do things that just don't Gel with them I think that there's a site in what you're describing there sounds like there's more of a psychological problem going on people that repeatedly get into abusive relationships. That's one reason I did the PR for domestic violence. If you don't get your children out of that marriage or that situation, by the age of two chances are very strong that they're going to repeat that the women will grow up to be with batters. The boys will grow up to that or the women. So if you're having something where your your intuition is good to you, you're getting messages from. Of Love and guidance. These really smart smart cool Danes. So, you're usually going to be steered in the right direction if you keep sabotaging yourself. I think that there's something at at work there that you need to explore maybe on a more psychological level. because. The Gut feelings they're. They're pushing you towards the light towards the right direction, so you know I was on one show, and some man called in, and said I keep hearing I that I should go harm people. I keep getting these voices and I i. said Sir you need to get some professional help because. That's not what I'm talking about here. No, no, it's the list was coming from a place of love and guidance than positivity and. now if you're doing something, destructive or negative, and you keep getting the feeling. Gee, that's wrong I mean listen to that, but no it. It's all good they. We're here souls I'm sure you noticed We're born here and life is a school. Essentially our souls grow during lifetime. Sometimes, we're meant to experience really tough thing. Sometimes we're meant experience beautiful things, but that's how our souls grow, and even those hard times. There's something you're going to get out of it and now I will say also that your intuition is. It's not like a running faucet. There will be times although rare. You're in like archbishop. Flynn called the desert of our soul, and the reason for that is because like a child that you're raising if they fall down in skin there near whatever it's all a learning process, sometimes, we're meant to grapple with the problem ourselves, but for me, if I ask for help and I asked for direction, oftentimes it comes like I have former agent of my book. Who is a lovely lovely woman? If for two years, but she just couldn't. She just didn't have the bone of selling being able to sell a book. It wasn't her strong suit so I. Parted ways with her and I. I ask for help in the very next day. A friend of mine called said you should call this person, and that's my new agent. He's been tastic so sometimes. You have to just ask for help you know. Ask for guidance and listen, but if you don't get any guidance. oftentimes the rare times that have happened to me I just kind of work through it myself and I think that's how we re. Expand grow the mindfulness that you're talking about right Marianne as we move on in the interview, I WanNa ask you five quick answer questions so just thirty second answers are Berbick the first one is who is one person who has influenced you in your life. As far as mindfulness is concerned I think we spoke of him Father Archbishop Flynn Father. He was all about love, and and as you heard in the quote that I read and I hadn't talked to him in twenty years in viewed me with this knowledge that a mindfulness leads to all things good, so don't turn that off. Listen to it how his mindfulness affected your emotions I welcome all emotions. I think that. If you try to just compartmentalize, yourself, only want the good things. You're not really being mindful. Sometimes there are things that turn us off that we don't like either about ourselves or other people or situations think about it be mindful of it and embrace it, and that's kind of what I've learned. Don't try to shove these things away. There's a reason you're being taught these lessons. Tell us how breathing is part of your mindfulness practice. Practice Oh my goodness. You know when you just focus on your breathing. It's probably one of the most spiritual experiences you can have and not to bring this up again, but I was just watching George Floyd Funeral, and they were saying you know. He said I can't breathe the they're saying. Take the word greed and learn from that that breathing his life is. There's good things that come of it, so yeah, that word right now is very hard for me because of that poor man, but yes, breathing is all positive living it can help regulate the rhythms of your soul and of your mindfulness Marianne the book that you've written. The gift within us is so amazing. Are there any other books that you would recommend? That are related to mindfulness. You know there's a book by Dr Schwartz Super Synchronicity. And, he talks about the fact. Actually have a copy of it here. I can hold it up. He talks about. Synchronous of you know that is when things just seem to happen like the we're on the phone I was interviewing for some reason there a bunch of cardinals that were flying up to his window, and on my end of the phone I looked out. There were all these cardinals on my roof, so his book is all about these interesting synchronous cities. And just being aware of that, and he's a very serious scientists. He's out of the University of Arizona. Just being aware of the fact that again we're human beings, but there's this expansive wonderful divine wisdom. That's out there trying to help us the route. They're actually rooting for us to do well. We need to be aware of that, but super synchronicity book that I highly recommend by Dr. Gary Schwartz had Dr Schwartz is amazing. Certain some other. Other amazing books as well so thanks for recommending that and the last question is, is there an APP that? You would recommend or maybe something on a website or something like that that can help people with mindfulness well. I have that APP com. Yes, you know and I think that's very soothing. It doesn't demand that you do some arduous procedure to get there. It's just simply calming you down bringing into that space of of amazing mindfulness so. That is one place where I will go just to soothe myself and wingers in that mode of quiet. You get so many inspirations you've just you've flooded with. Wonderful thoughts or just just even just soothed as another way of looking at it, but mindfulness is just opening up. My friend calls it a satellite dish where you're then able to receive his really information, so I would say that calm has been very helpful for me. That's great, well mindful tribe Goto Maryanne website. It's Marianne borer dot com, and it's M., A. R. Y., A. N. B. O. H., R., e., R., so go to her website, but get a hold of this book I think you'll find it fascinating and Marianne. It's been really a treat to talk to you today. Thank you so much for being on mindfulness mode. Oprah's. Thank you so much I. Look Forward to talking with you and I I always have the best experiences talking with people like yourself who have a very informed audience. You know these folks get it, and they also help spread the word others, and that's another thing. Your show is helping to spread these messages so many people. And, then Dave, intern help that maybe aren't as formed as they are so for me as a communicator. What you're doing is fantastic, so it's my honor to have been on your program and I look forward to talking with you again. Yeah me too Marianne while all the best to you by now. Mindful, tribe I hope you enjoyed today's interview. If you did, please tell your friends about the show. Every person who subscribes and listens helps our show so in the meantime take what you heard today and reach new heights of calm focus and happiness. Stay in the mode.

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Clare Cook and Dr. Robert Autin  Investing in Lafayettes Creative Currency

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Clare Cook and Dr. Robert Autin Investing in Lafayettes Creative Currency

"The. This is John swift. And you're listening to discover Lafayette podcast, dedicated to the people and rich culture of Lafayette, the gateway to southeast Yana today's podcast is being recorded in the offices of writer solutions raider creates and maintains technical strategies for businesses of all sizes across the country as well as right here in Lafayette functioning is their complete IT department. Raiders motto is you just want it to work. We understand if you're wondering if writer can help your business, please visit Reiter solutions dot com. Lafayette convention and visitors commission also provides underwriting for discover Lafayette to find out more about our local restaurants, festivals music scene and much more. Visit Lafayette travel dot com. Our guest today are clear cook. And Dr Robert Oton, entrepreneurs and husband and wife Claire cook is a dancer choreographer teacher and community collaborator with the deep commitment to dance in the power of the arts to affect change after a decade of working in New York City, clear returned Lafayette in two thousand sixteen inspired to invest your time and talent in her hometown's arts community, she's the founder and director of base in arts collaborative art space in downtown Lafayette, as well as the tick director of basin dance collective the professional dance company in residence at basin arts, Dr Robert Oton is a surgeon specializing in minimally invasive and. Bariatric surgery. He's affiliated with Lafayette general medical center in Lafayette, general surgical hospital a commodity GRA undergraduate of you L Lafayette in biology, Dr tan earned his doctor of medicine degree from the LSU health sciences center in Shreveport. He did his fellowship in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery, it Albany medical center in Albany, New York and his residency in general surgery at New York Methodist in Brooklyn, and I'm shift gears about the guy behind the MD. Robert also owns Acadian SuperBeets on the more street in Freetown, and he's a main cook from what I've seen on some YouTube videos. He's also a partner in the construction of the vermillion lofts on east vermillion street in downtown Lafayette and in spoon. Bill a barn restaurant that recently opened downtown Lafayette, Claire and Robert welcome to discover Lafayette. Yeah. I know this is your first interview together, and there's so much. Much you could each have an hour of your own time. But I love the dynamic of you both wanting to move back home to laugh yet clear, if you remember we spoke a fierce back when I was director of upper Lafayette, economic development, and you called me from New York, and you said we really wanna live either in the downtown area or upper Lafayette, and I was so pleased that after all your studies both of you wanted to come back home. So it's a great opportunity to have you both here and share your story really happy to be here. So you moved back here you were married in Lafayette in what year twenty fourteen okay? It'll be almost five years this month in February. So. Thank you. Yeah. So we can talk about how you two met because you were telling me, you didn't actually date when you were younger if you can talk about when you're in high school, and all is soon you were high school sweethearts. Would you talk about? Nursery school spokes. Three years old. We have pictures like the same like mother's day program or something like that. But we grew up in the same neighborhood. So we we went to all the same schools literally nursery school elementary middle high school refreshingly. Yeah, we were friends Camille. Yeah. He was great above me. See always a big guy like big. Yeah. He and his brother REM I ride to school before I got my driver's license. I was the one in the back of the car at some. Yeah. So we were always knew each other. But certainly there was not a romance, and then into college I was at LSU Robert was at L, and we kind of started hanging out. And then that's how we we started dating. And we spent most of our college years dating chime in missing something. And then it was it was cool because I think we really connected over our commitment and our passion for what we were hoping to do in life through dance through medicine, and in college that's kind of always a time where you have to be really focused and sometimes your peers, your friends are not always not disciplined. So I think we really connected over both having like a very specific vision and drive, right? And so we shared that. But then there was a chapter where we had to go off and do that separately. So we weren't together for. For as long as we dated. We weren't together the same amount of time. But you both ended up in New York's ended up by design just happenstance that your resume. Around. I went to med school in Shreveport. And I wanted to do was gonna come at the Lafayette always knew I was gonna wind up back in Lafayette family. Yes. I just love it in Lafayette, always did. So I wanted to train elsewhere and saw plight in some of the bigger, you know, Chicago New York, Boston and everything and I ended up getting my residency in Brooklyn. So that's, you know, so we're up there for about a year and a half or two years or so before their three or four years by then grad school, and then just living and working in the city, and then yeah, a couple years after Robert was into residency. We, you know, even in New York, you find the people from Louisiana and y'all go to the same saints party or something like that, you know. So we ended up circling around similar social groups. Yeah. It was kind of cool because I think we had really taken time apart and we had pursued and started like some major headway on those individual goals. So when we came back together, it was almost like this new this new relationship where you felt like you were sharing this whole new chapter. Like oh. And there were so many things that I got to do. Now, you want to share and like connect those things in newer more mature. Place. Now, Robert your residency took quite a while. Yeah. Really that wasn't commitment. I always, you know, five years, how long how long it takes lucky to get him at school right after college, you know, some sometimes people sometimes it takes a little longer. You gotta go to grad school before you get into everything's praying that I would get enough to college. And luckily, I did so I went to medical intrigue port, and then just went to take any gap years or anything like that. So just went right through and then a one year fellowship, and Albany and bariatric surgery pick your field. What you to? I don't know. Maybe maybe I think the hardest. Nothing general I always wanted to do surgery for sure my dad was a urologist. And I thought that I would do that maybe going into med school. That's probably what I was leaning more towards, but it seemed that they didn't do as much surgery or open surgery. Their field is even though they do a lot of they do some open surgery that the field seem to have been replaced by a lot of Indus procedures that require cutting and everything but. General surges? There was a difference in the amount of you know. Operating that you did. And you know, the types of surgeries that you did not like to work with my hands and everything, and I would always liked about medicine was I guess a nanny in the hands on approach and everything. And I always like that and surgery. I thought was the best entry and then for general surgery. That's just you know, I think that trauma. There's which I do a lot of trauma surgery where you know, operating on people with gunshot wounds and things like that. So those are those are, you know, I always just wanted to be a part of that. And I think it takes discipline and everything and. You know? And in bariatric surgery was just you know, everyone most people's will specialize in. It's good to have a specialty do bariatric surgery, which is weight loss surgery. But I that is that is general surgery. I mean, that's just you know, most people who have done an extra year of training. But that is just a, you know, that that's that's a, you know, a couple additional operations in, you know, in an additional field of knowledge that we used to help people lose weight, but it's it's still very much, you know, falls within the principles of general surgery. Caitriona region. You mean after give? I have two partners Dennis day, Dr Phil. Gotcha. And they they were here before doctor started the practice here. And and then there they all I think that there's a surgeon performing the operation at Lourdes 's as well surgery. But I think there's probably four generals bariatric surgeons in town, and I'm one of them. And but I do a lot of general surgery as well. And my partners do also so we are still doing colons and lumps and bumps in hernias, and Colin cert-, you know, things like that. So well, let's talk about you guys you moved back here and both coming back from New York City. What was it Clermont Suman for you? It's family too. But what what you're you back to your hometown. Well, I think it's interesting. How lives are very, you know, you can be on a separate path. But when you join with another with your partner like suddenly, there's new. Possibility ahead. And I think like for me Lafayette was always a great place to come from in my family was still here. But I I wasn't quite sure that I was ready to come home or felt like there was momentum growing for me, New York. But when Robert nigh ended up getting married at felt like you start sharing ideas, and there's a true collaboration in in. What you want your life to look like? And I think that we would really spend so much time living in Brooklyn looking like when I called you looking at. Ooh, what are the what's the real estate in Lafayette? Look like are there's all of these peers people that we went to call that are starting new businesses or starting organizations, and you could just tell even from living far away. You could really just tell that. There was such this sense of potential and this youthful since of possibility and energy. And and I think we both just felt like okay, we really have a desire to be a part of that. Because we believe the commute. Is so special to us. And also we've been away for a while. So you feel like I've learned a lot being away. And I'm always still learning. But if I could contribute or share some of what I've learned to make the community more evolved than I wanna do that, you know. Well, he's here anecdotal evidence or stories about people leaving Acadian ah in them wanting to come home. And you really kind of exemplify that I, you know, I'm just delighted that you're here and clear again, let's follow up with you. You did bring depth you taught in New York City. If you can tell us your experience you worked on the major stage and you trained without. I worked I did a lot of various training. I did my masters of fine arts at NYU the Tisch school of the arts and their dance program. So those were the first two years, I moved to New York that was like my kind of most rigorous training program. And then I really started doing a lot of Korea graffiti, which is I love performing. But for me is really a passion and sort of that deep love, and I was really fortunate to be able to start to produce my own work and work with a lot of different artistic collaborators are really enjoy collaborating across disciplines, so not just dance, but creating dances with writers or with composers with visual artists sear really tapping into like a multidisciplinary experience. One of the the more noteworthy experiences that I had in New York was I got to work very closely with Susan Stroman, who's a Broadway, Tony Tony winning wherever and I spent a few years. Working on the Broadway show bullets over Broadway on the lab, which is sort of like the workshop before it goes to Broadway. And then I had the really wonderful opportunity to restage the Broadway choreography for the national tour. So it was a really cool job. I mean, obviously, but that job was what I was doing in New York when we decided to move home. So it was really cool because the first six months that we moved home every it was almost once a month. I would be on the road again checking up on the show or quitting in a new dancer. So it really provided this wonderful transition period for you because it felt like I was still very connected to my New York community. And but at the same time, it gave me a chance to really start to understand what was happening in Lafayette, and sort of where those gaps were in where I felt like I could most contribute. And so it was at the end of that national tour, which was summer of twenty sixteen that I felt like I made a conscious choice to really root mice. Self here foundationally and not so now open based art do you still travel some choreography? I'm not working on any national tours right now. The last Ono's working on was finding Neverland in twenty seventeen for a short amount of time. But I sort of I could see that based and art sues really growing, and there was so much responsibility. Also passion behind that for me. And so I made a I made a choice to to stay here. But I do I do take projects like I was in New York for a couple of weeks in December. And I'm developing a new musical with two collaborators one from South Africa, one from Australia. So there's still like bubbling up project, but I'm a little bit more choosy about the traveling these days. Yeah. Now, Robert I look at cooking and culinary arts as you know, it it it's our artistic in more than dance sometime. I'm fascinated with your story in that. You're, you know, successful surgeon in you seem just as comfortable behind. You know, like a stove. I've had the really enjoyed watching some of the videos you've posted showing how to make the best bealty and in the love. I mean, it's humorous, and yet it's I mean, you just make people wanna come to the super tryout things. Can you talk about what got you to invest in the super hot? And have you always liked? You will clear was talking earlier about how we used to look at real estate and everything in town in areas that we liked what we thought we can do to get involved in, you know, make difference in you know, where we wanna live. But also, you know, I always. When we earlier my career. I did not really think about it say my career in my training when I was younger. I never thought I'd do anything besides surgery. Even when I was a kid. I mean, I, you know, I always wanted to be a doctor, and I didn't really consider being chef or anything I knew that I like to cook. And I always enjoyed it. In turns out, a lot of doctors like to cook a lot of you know, after this people seem videos, and doctors and doctors last tell me about the things that they may only with how they cook. And all that and a lot of team to be very good chefs, I guess and their hands, and they just, you know, a lot of people like to cook. And doctors different, you know. Yeah. So I used to come in town in look at the, you know, just try different recipes and cook for a whole family because my have huge bunch of cousins and sisters, and we all used to get together. And I would like to put on a big, you know, just cook a lot for everybody. And but looking at, you know, saw the super was for sale I was already mentally prepared to maybe by it. But I think that you know, I always wanted to place, you know, it'd be like if Judy sin went for sale, and you know, you knew that you always loved the place, and you just wanted to. Get it time for sale I was really like kind of primed already because I thought so much about, you know, buying like a place. Maybe have, you know, a plate lunch business or something in Lafayette, but in that area, and particularly Freetown, you know, so and I bought a rental house from the from the the lady who about the super from sold the rental like a house that I use it. As a real is a now uses an Airbnb just next door to the super. But you know, she told me she's like you need to buy the super hat, and I was like what that's not practical. I can't buy the super at now. Bam. I gonna choose I'm telling you need to buy it. So then sure enough lay their cousin Rex Moro's realtor in town. He's he looked me up with a, you know, a guy named Toby Rodriguez who was a butchery man and everything so we got together. And you know, Toby was very interested in the super at and everything, and you know, we talked and we decided that we would open the restaurant together, and he would handle more of the food. And I mean, he would be the food in manager guy. And I would be the, you know, about the real estate that was, you know, but we were partners in the in the in the restaurant. So we sort of had divided responsibilities. Mine were more. I guess I was contended that time just to be involved. I mean, more curiously, but I was more like I was not the chef. And I was not the manager anything like that day job. Right. Right. But with time, you know, I realize I couldn't afford not to do it my way, you know. So, you know, people say partnerships in business often don't work, and if you best way to lose your money right restaurant. Right. So, you know, so I. But I realized that, you know, nothing against my partner. But you know, I realized that I had to do it differently. And you know, so we closed it and after a month of it being closed. Add some other people who wanted to rid the place because this place is very unique. It's a it looks beautiful from the outside. It's just a great spot. But I decided that I it was time for me to do it. I realized that the reason why I bought it because I wanted to be in the restaurant business. And so my old partner are the the old owner. Or the the former owner she she wouldn't like for me to call olds because he's not old, miss Lynne. Darren Paul she decided that she would open it up again with me, and from there, we just started back to the basics. And then and then from then on then I started to bring a my food in my recipes, and basically let the plate lunches to her, but the in the hamburgers that was hurled recipe. She won't let me change that or anything. And that's okay because I love her food. And if I didn't like it, I would change it. But you know, I started, you know, making Mon sauces making bacon smoke in my own roast beef. You know, we didn't have much poboy game going on. So now have delicious poboy with long as bread. And you know, you know, all the meats are, you know, homemade, you know, we found out the chicken Franks. I mean everything's homemade now, you know, the biscuits. I mean, we don't make our own white bread. But we make or we don't make our own buns. But we make our own biscuits. All the meats that go on your sandwiches. Homemade except when do you have time? Well, you know, we just. I don't we don't kids yet. So we just go in before and after work in we'll probably. We'll probably. To help train the staff to do what they can. But most of the stuff is the meat has to be Briand in prepared and smokes. So I mean, the brining on myself, and, but you know, the smoker I can like kinda start that before work, and they miss Lincoln checking taught them out to check the temperature. We built a smoke house. Yeah. So you know to smoke all the meat, and so miss Lynne. You know? They'll they'll go an at what chips and everything and check the temperature and it works out fine. You know, it's it's not that complicated. Really inevitably feels like work except for when you have to get certain products out and it's kinda late at night. And you gotta get, you know, the customers you can't not have certain things. But it's it's a lot of fun. And I think that the customers I definitely find that the customers are starting to respond to the, you know, the specialty meats that we not only selling our sandwiches. But that we sell by the counter, you know, source to meets always this low. I get most of my pork from the UNICEF super at. And which is in interesting saying the super as well, but the unit soup bread. It's a wholesaler in Eunice. And I either if I feel like taking a ride I'll go pick up the meat or they'll just deliver it. Yep. Yeah. Sometimes you need to take a ride and I like to do that. But do you have any idea when you kind of fell in love with the sky? You know, he owning the super at an practicing medicine. Yes. And no, I feel that Robert has always been an amazing cook lucky for me. And so you don't look like you eat very much. But he is his food is amazing. So I definitely knew that that was a passion. And I think it's cool when we moved home because like Robert was saying, I think you sort of have these ideas about what you imagine as possible, and maybe sometimes living in a larger city, it's hard to do a lot of things. So you kind of have to be really specific coming back to laugh, it you realize like there is a lot of possibility and potential in this community. But there's also ways that you can do a few different things it's challenging at times. But I mean, I think when we moved home we really both we were sounding boards for each other one hundred percent in terms of just brainstorming about ideas for an art center. Brainstorming about ideas for a restaurant. What are like do these things? Coexist. I don't know if they do. So then it would be like, okay you. But I mean, I feel like at one point it was like, okay. Could you dance classes next to eggs? I don't know. Maybe you could you know. So I think that we've definitely been great sounding boards. And so I'm so excited because I think that from day one for our relationship, it's always been about having separate, but really specific shared ideas around a passion. And so it's no surprise to me that our lives in some ways remain be for this community like unconventional. I don't know. It feels pretty normal to me. But at the same time, it's very logical because we both are very passionate people. And we have the amazing opportunity to be able to spend our days full of doing things that we love and like being connected really deeply into the community that we love so never a dome. Yeah. No, never never. Ever. You're so supportive of each other. From what I've gathered when you were looking for a space for base in arts. I know you like the downtown area free ten area you chose downtown yet. You're for me was like a no brainer. Because downtown is such the epicenter of the arts and arts and culture, so present there and in terms of based arts is so much about a container for creativity being a hub in a home for for artists and helping them to fulfil their potential. So it felt like that was a definite space definite location that felt really important to be in not center. I enjoyed your interview with Brennan Robichaud and on the inter- he doesn't I don't know if you still do on the podcast Showtime. Yes. But for anybody that wants to hear an in depth interview by you Claire really recommend it. But in the interview, she was commending, you Robert for being a good sounding board for the name first of all for base and arts a base in being a. Elective that allows things to pass through. It was beautiful. You came up with the name. That was another sounding board moment, we spend a lot of time naming things is really hard is so important, but it so important because it's what you lead with. And in arts has really been such a it's exactly what you just said. It's this idea that ideas can come in. And they can be contained low for as long as they need to be fostered. But then the whole goal is that it flows back out into the community to to reach someone else to teach someone something to share new idea. But it's a cycle. You know, people come in and come out with with something to give something to gain. We've brought so much char community with the level of instruction and choreography the and arts, and of course, your collective brings. Would you like to talk about that psalm about you know, what sure on senior we're here in early twenty nineteen what's well. A big moment for basement arts is at the end of twenty eighteen we finalize received our nonprofit status. Congratulations key. So if you're not in the nonprofit world, it maybe that means not very much, but it's it's a long journey of paperwork. And and really I think as it should be because when you become a nonprofit, you really are opening your organization up to the community in a formal way. So that was a big part of the latter half of the year for us. So we're really excited in two thousand nineteen to be fully like engaging with that programming and with the community and seeking out more people to become supporters. It'll be it's money and yeah, financially. But also just like as board members and volunteers and just kind of expanding our reach and a lot of people like what is so cool about base and arts as we do so many different things. So depending upon what your knowledge base arts is sometimes dependent upon the type of art that you often engage with. But we have like a full visual arts. We have a gallery every month. We show at. Art walk. We have visual arts classes, we have a new program, which is actually the first project that the super and base in arts or collaborating on XM dance. Yeah. Well, so this is through our visual arts program, but we have a new program that we launched just at the very end of last year called the bare walls program, and it's an art subscription program. That pairs local artists with local businesses. So any business in the community that has bare wall. So, you know, you move into a new office space or you have a big office space, and you don't have unlocking all of the bare walls at raider solutions. No. But it's art is expensive. And but at the same time, it can make a space feel so much more inhabitable, and so much more creative and exciting and on the from the business side, that's like a real asset in an investment. But there are so many on the other side there are so many amazing visual artists in this community that just don't have a platform to keep their workup consistently or there are many community spaces that are having like cafes that say, oh, you can hang your work here. But there's no return on investment. And so artists are always working for exposure. But exposure doesn't always pay the rent. So we've created this program where we are creating a giant database an online portfolio of local artists and businesses can sign up for the program. And it's a very there. We have like a bunch of different tiers, but it's super affordable. The lowest subscription is like one hundred dollars a month. But you get like almost ten feet of art. Oh, wow. And then the coolest part about the program is that every three months, you can change out the art. So you get to constantly reinvigorate your space, but the biggest part for us is it's creating direct relationship. So the super is joining the program because they have a giant restaurant with no art perfect place to and so Robert was able to select we have a lot of different aesthetics that we have a lot of landscapes, and sort of like Louisiana singer art, you can choose he chose the aesthetic. And then as part of the program, we base arts and bear walls will curate different activities. So we might have like an artist breakfast where the artists could come and patrons could meet the artists or have some sort of education experience for your employees. So it's just all in that relationship building scenario. So that's a big a big part of our early years. Just kind of spreading the word about bear. Really? Really teaching people about art. Yeah. It's all about artists communicating process and increasing value for sure it's great gosh. And now you also partner in the community. I was reading that you had a teaching residency Myrtle place. There's so much that she do giving back to the community. You've put on workshops at Acadian cares. One of my favorite, so wonderful. Yeah. We've done a couple of years of workshops where we'll do a full day of movement work with the residents. Yeah. And it's a wonderful way to tap into personal identity and personal story as a road to recovery and Myrtle place. This is a new program. We're almost at the end of it. It's been a six month artistic residency in the school, and it's called movement and mindfulness. So we've worked with the school to build a curriculum. That we go into each classroom there seventeen classrooms letting people. Yeah. Little people we go in every other week, and we work on ideas. Mindfulness as it relates to focus, and, you know, self care, and competence, and compassion and kindness things like that, but we use like meditative practices, but also a lot of movement because a little people don't like to sit still all the time. Yeah. It's been really it's been really successful. And it's been a really fun journey to work on with the school. And you've also worked. I'm just looking you collaborate with Katya symphony runaway dish. Yeah, we succeed project with runaway dish in twenty seventeen called stir and actually that I'm looking at Robert, but dot came out of I think I moved here and for a year, I looked around and all of the different artistic disciplines and realize that ultimately people care more about food some days than they do about dance, certainly most. Yeah. Most days I like both. But yeah, right. But I mean, I mean not in ingest, but the idea of. Partnering with something that is literally on the tip of people's tongues. They understand food. There's a creativity that people can experience immediately. When you taste a dish. Are you talk to a chef people here love food. So if you could I guess pair that idea of creative process, and how it feels to taste something that you love to eat. And the guiding question for stir was what if you could taste dance? So we paired chefs with choreographers, and we commissioned five dance works and at the show at the you were seeing the new dance. And then you were also the chefs created these really uniquely crafted bites, and so you were tasting the dance as you walk. It is, but it was really a fun fun partnership success. Yeah. H you teach classes to ride just to individuals or you have group clydes. He's class at base arts a couple of classes a week mostly to the dance company, but they're all. Open to the public. Can I teach at U L, and the do you like to dance Robert? Not really. Cajun dance. Job. So it's okay. It's not no I didn't. I would say that. I mean, I will sometimes you know, I don't like steak so it's fair. Yeah. But but yeah, no, I'm not I don't have that talent. I wanna move back to Robert before we do how can people find you with base in arts? What's it? Good way. To in from our website is based in arts, Lafayette dot com. That's always a great resource, and we have a very active social media presence. So you can follow base arts or base in dance collective on Instagram or on Facebook right now, Robert a couple of things before we start winding down you. You have become a business, man. I mean, you've become a an investor in downtown in a saw you in the paper the other day when the million lofts were breaking ground everybody. I think has been watching that with interest as even articles project bring in a mixed use facility with what twenty four is a twenty four residences residences and commercial space space, and that's on east million where the leather pouch used to Johnson and familia what a great location for all kinds of young business. It's only a block away from base and art great close to the super. Mean from the superhero Austin to actually being downtown. And then you've also invested in spoon Bill, which is the filling station and took tell me about that. If you have a few minutes, just are you looking to branch out or just? You want to be clear what the spoon Bill restaurant. That's really Adam Lofton is the I I would call the architect of that business engagement. He, you know, him and in Stephen Barrett, and Jeb Jeremy Connor where the three main Nuys involved that, you know, Jimmy Connors, the chef and Steve Steven Beretta's, the I guess the front of house manager and Adam is is a real estate investor. So it really goes down to relationships in Lafayette. I mean, you know, you get I knew these people in fact that funny. So I think that the Stephen talking to party one time, and you know, about just over her that he was looking at the super now's interested in buying it. Talked kinda just we're talking about that. And I was like man I'd love to what if you know. I'd buy cheaper ad and y'all would come in there. You know? So we just the in that didn't exactly it's not that. We didn't go that far. But we there was an introduction. And we got to know each other. And of course, we know have lots of mutual friends, and and I got to know Jeremy Connor for the various things as Jeremy with a chef for the star project. Yes. Adam is just you know, Adam goes back to you know, we were friends from New York from who married to Maron Rosen who's Lafayette Europe. So. You know? So so that, you know, so the s wanted to invest in that, and I always know when I like many people, I'm sure when I saw that the filling station was closing you'd think you know, anyone think man, what what what an opportunity, you know. And so I was very pleased. Whenever he came to me to talk about you know, the opportunity to invest in that so that was an easy decision. And but you know, that I have no control over that. I'm just not Besser just like there are there are other investors and can gallon making things turn down to you. And you know, but I have no control or anything like that. So I'm just you know. Cook over there or anything like that. But but the vermillion loss. Vermilion lost Stephen article, I get to know him through. He's, you know, a program that like to get more involved with his cO to fill, but my uncle Jimmy dimaggio's involving coda, Phil. You know? Well, the Jimmy told me that Michael Jimmy told me that I should meet with Stephen article. But I knew Stephen was because he was a state Representative. And you know, I knew who he was. But anyway, he said, we should talk. So I just called him. And you know, he told me out from loss, which I think it helps me as a business owner in Freetown to have more. I think this what we need the most downtown is is is residence because I think. More stores more retail. Restaurants, do well popular trendy restaurants doing well downtown among others, but I think may perhaps some of the retail places might not be thriving as much, but I think what they need is people who live nearby. Yeah. Exactly. So in that would definitely help me out in the supermarket. They have more people live in nearby. And so that was also a no brainer as well. You know, and it's going to be I was pleased to see how many people are out the groundbreaking turn out. It was and always a lot of government people were there and a love it's private dollars making these things happen, right? We need to remember that that it takes people willing to take risks to invest and. Sure checks. So yeah. See Jason Sikora. We're taping. It raiders solutions today. Jason you've been really writing all sorts of questions. Going. I just have a few questions. I wanna start with euro personal. Thank you both for being here. I appreciate this. So I know a few surgeons general surgeons through either my wife, or Chris Reiter, my own medical things, very very unique mind, and the way you think about things and I've noticed that with with each surgeon when they want to learn something about something. Whether it's we wanna raise chickens, we talked to general surgeon who had chickens because they knew all about it or I know you're talking about. Even if you want to buy TV talk to general surgeon because they did all research headed time before about that TV. So it doesn't surprise me that you started a restaurant that you own a restaurant being that you had a medical background. But now, you're running a restaurant and cooking. So it was no surprise. And of course, that's what he's gonna do is all about that. But was there something about that that you've learned that you weren't prepared for? Yeah. There's still plenty of them. Not prepared people. Come to me with suggestions all the time about how I could better run my business. Those are always welcome. But you know, there's this still have much to the places where I mean, it's where I wanted to be. But there's more that I would like to do there. And some of that just has to do with like, I think that, you know, hiring something I'm kind of a. You know, the hiring process. I think is a difficult. I put out a Facebook search that wasn't too fruitful. I hired somebody. If you listen, and you shouldn't do it. But he didn't show up for work the fumbling day. Seemed like a good higher. Anyway. Hope you listening right now. Articles about people just don't even call about combat. But anyway, I am looking for someone now two things that I do there because a lot of the meat preparation, but I make the boot in the sausage only kind of stuff, but it's gonna physical. So you know, you to be able to lift in do that in no have an understanding of cooking and smoking, and that type of thing it's not I don't think it's that hard. But. So. Yeah. Like in hiring, and everything and just you gotta be ready to. You know, the super is what about it's not your typical operation, and that's clear when you walk in the place. I mean, it's a laidback feel things are done much. Like, you know, I'm not gonna it's not like the way it is like in your own home. But I mean, it's it's just kind of a blast from the past. And it's a little bit slower paced and everything and in that, but you have to you know, it's cliche, but you have to be prepared to handle everything. And I think I think perhaps if. I don't like to make too many. Allusions from surgery and running a restaurant. But there's one thing is that you have to take responsibility for for your place. And that that's you know, you have to certainly have to do that with surgery used to take the ultimate responsibility for your patience and not. You can have you can rely on others. But in the end falls on you. And that's that's one thing that you have to understand when you have a business really not only restaurant, but you know, the bills have to be paid a poise out to be paid. And the the, you know, the, you know, you have to have your supplies, and that type of thing. So, you know, I guess Jacqueline. That's a lot of time practicing medicine in payroll and all the state regulations staying code. There's a lot in. Is there something about this general surgery that people don't know where just take for granted that well, your general? What's your specialty? That's that online. Really? I'm not. I'm not one to you know, that that that doesn't particularly bother me. But, but no, I think a lot of people don't know what it is a lot of your best friends. Don't really know. What do? So I guess the things that people know most about is. You know, if they're hanging out with me, and I'm on trauma. Call after leave to go handle like a, you know a trauma situation. So that people understand that, you know, I think that you know, if you operate on gunshots and things like that. But the rest of it, I guess to put it most simply most general surgeons tend to focus on the gastrointestinal tract, infix, hernias and other loosen bumps and things like that. Next gall, bladder stomach emergency type of emergency or non emergent, you know, hernias or you know. You know, things like that. I think could chime in. So I I mean, I'm always impressed, and like, I guess inspired or motivated because I think that most people don't appreciate like the art of improvisation that surgery requires but like in in the arts, you might deal with improvisation dance dancer in theater and acting like where you're sort of making choices in the moment. And there's there's a sense of liveliness in that like, what's it gonna be next? What's gonna be next and that feeds or creativity? But sometimes I step back, and I'm doing that all the time in the arts, and then Robert comes home, and I'm realizing like he did that all day long. But when lives on the line, and that it sort of blows my mind because he's so cool, calm and collected. And then he'll come home, and we'd just cook dinner. And then like as cooking. He's like. Oh, yeah. Did this today or like I worked on this cases challenge? You can never tells me the names. Just right hip just saying, but it's like. We just talk shop like, oh, yeah. Had this. Meaning today, I taught this class did this jury, and then like sometimes I think about that especially when you're on call and like come in the middle of the night, and you've just done two hours worth of really intense, improv basically, and it's kind of just wild. How much art goes into choice making in a surgical procedure in the same way that it would be, you know, on the stage interesting. So clear kind of the same question for you. But I'm gonna make a double question dance and the discipline of dance that people don't know about and then advice for someone who wants to get into dance and make a career out of it. Sure. Well, the discipline of dance. I think if you're really passionate about it, especially around here this answers questions, but it takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of focus, and it's very it takes your body on a toll. So I think that the longevity factor really depends upon self-care and like taking care of your body doing recovery after you're in an intense rehearsal period. Making sure you, you know, stretch your muscles or eat healthier you get enough rest. And I think it's such also a discipline in which we see in this community most young people doing it. But sort of like a big part of moving home was realizing that after seventeen eighteen years old once people were dancing, you know, ten hours a day in high school. There was nowhere for them to continue training or a really developed like that artistry part of it. And so that's a population that I'm really passionate about is that post high school college post college early professional keeping because I felt like I remember being not person at seventeen going to college and having no idea that Dan Soza choice for me professionally and also having no peers to be able to understand not like, oh, I'm not going to XYZ social function because a have rehearsal or I'm not going to go on spring break because I am in rehearsal. You know, so I think by continuing if you're young dancer to remind yourself that like if this is something you're passionate about your creativity is like currency, if you don't use it, you lose it in a sense. But at the same time like if you don't use it, you might not feel holy like yourself. So you shouldn't. Count that like you really have to invest in it as currency for your livelihood. My daughter. My youngest is it all shoe, and she is a roommate, and we McConnell who is she's ballet she's in Valais and still active, and I think studying to be a doctor Hooley, but it's the discipline that you both have is amazing when I see that in young people. It's it's it's so admirable because it's so easy to go to college and just get distracted blown away by the parties, and whatever. Yeah. And it's a good time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Spinning out with Rex more. I think it's just telling like kind of I always tell my students that you this like. You get in any career. You're going to do like you stepped forward into that path because you obviously have an excitement or passion about it. But then like, it's okay to keep checking in because not everyone in the world, if you like dance, and you started as young dancer is going to become a professional dancer. Not everyone who likes medicine is going to become a doctor. But you just have to keep that dialogue open with yourself to keep saying, okay? Well, this is getting harder. Is it still worth it to me? And if the answer is yes will then know that it's worth the discipline to do it like it is still worth that keep going, you know, right? Also will both for being here. Jane from Essen questions. Thank you. Thank you. What a wonderful partnership. You both have Dr Robert town. And Claire cook you go Clara town or I go by all whoever answers or calls me cooker Otani answered clear. Robert, I wanna thank you both for making time. I know that you're on call a lot. And just was so glad we could get you both in. In the studio writer solutions. I'm the same times. Thank yous been a real pleasure hearing your story, and I'd like to thank again Jason with raiders solutions are sponsor Lafayette convention and visitors commission in our newest sponsor, I b Bank who will be here. More about on an upcoming podcast on behalf of discover Lafayette. I'm Jan swift. Thank you.

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291 - Getting to the Root of it All

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291 - Getting to the Root of it All

"In two seconds. Sorry. No worries. What should I do right now with my life. The life. That's we're all vote. Another beer. I got some. Stuff to do. Soda dot com. You're listening to science, sorta. You're listening to episode two hundred ninety one. This was originally two hundred ninety, but issues came up and we're going to be talking about not about those issues, but about issues of things that are science and things that are sort of science and things that wish they were science all around the theme of getting to the root of it all with me now to talk about all that stuff is the erstwhile Joe, hey, everybody and the stalwart Matt pillow. Pillow. Matt's for those of you who are not fully caught up on the backlog is the host of the indefens- of plants podcast, a sister podcast to this show, and he comes on here science, sorta from time to time when we find a plant topic, so obscure so worthless that it might not. It's not even worth its own defensive plants episode. We have to tackle it here. Nice. I wouldn't say it's useless. It's just generally we just cover very different kinds of avenues of science, but it works. This is an exciting topic to cover, so. Okay. So I found a. For a little behind the scenes. The way a topic usually makes it to the show is I kind of have feelers out across the internet with various organizations that have a members of our newsletters. I've signed up for just kind of paying attention to what's going on in the news. And if I see a story that I think is potentially a good topic for the show, but outside of my area of expertise, like if I see a paleontology story, I could tell if that's a good story or not, but for things far outside my expertise, I usually pitch it to our stable of cohorts who are more of an expert in that thing. And I kind of just ask them like, hey, is this a thing is the thing you're interested in is the thing we're talking about, and then they'll come back and Ben gets the the butt of most of that just because physics is the furthest from what I understand it. So it's hard for me to tell if thing is the thing. Plus, you know, archive papers get publicized a lot every once in a while and they're even if they're not a thing. So in this edition of, is this a thing I saw a story from US which is a little news publication put out by the American geophysical union, and it was about route models so better data at the root of ecosystem models, and it's about a updated version of what's called the fine route ecology database or Fred, which is delightful. Nice him. It is a great. I really appreciate it name and I read this article and I'm not sure I understand it any better. So you're gonna have to help us out Matt? Yeah, that's why I'm here, I guess. So should we just jump into it? It's going on, jeez. I wanna know about that. There's Fred. I don't personally work with Fred, but I am a treat based ecologist at this point in my life and traits that are really fun thing in a lot of ways in a very frustrating thing in another way. But you have to take into context of what you have to measure when you're measuring your plan. Everything above ground on a planet is relatively speaking much easier to measure than everything going on below ground. And that's why Fred is exciting because roots and soil processes are for lack of a better cliche are just kind of this big black box, right? You can go underwater with a submarine or snorkels NC what's going on under water, but you really, there's just no version of that for going. Underground and unless you're growing plants sort of artificially in one way or another, you don't really know what's going on with the roots and even if you are doing things artificially how realistic is that. So they have a database where people can can finally take what little information we have at this point and and kind of condense it or make it available, which is always great. And sciences is a super exciting step in the right direction for any field, but especially sort of these of blow ground processes. People don't wanna study. Those one of the questions I had was it seems like this database a, it's, you know, I think we're all generally in favour of databases like these being open and free to access for people in the field doing the work, but also just, you know, having data like this compiled somewhere, generally databases in science are becoming increasingly common for various types of fields. And that's just because there's so much data out there. I did this thing today where sorted all of the PDF's that I have in my. PF, you know, scientific paper management software. I sorted them by year and like by the time I get to the nineteen seventies scrolling through, I'm not even like a third of the way up to the modern like the so much more data. There's a huge bias towards the recent there, I guess, is what I'm saying. Sure. But one thing this little blog post didn't really touch on, is it touch on a little bit, but not enough for me to really get why it's important distinction is that between fine roots and course routes. So can we get into just the physiology of what types of traits are being actually looked at and database here for sure. And that's a really important distinction to make for plants and probably going to butcher this because there's exceptions to every rule. But generally, I think, of course, routes as being more stabilizing routes to other that long tap root there, the carrot that you're eating right? There's a lot of density to them, but relatively speaking, not as much surface area. They do. Jorg nutrients in water. I think largely, they're, they're a big conduit for water and also really important in storing a lot of the energy that plans or producing through photosynthesis and taking up through other routes, but fine roots. You can kind of think of as the main surface area of plants interface with its soil environment. So there was both anchoring the plant, but also scavenging looking around for nutrients, trying to find areas of partners microbial partners where those are strong end looking for pockets of nitrogen phosphorus in it's really those fine root hairs that are doing the bulk of the work for the plants in terms of nutrient uptake and water uptake. And so those are really important to try to understand how they kinda distribute themselves in the soil, but also how they interface with different kinds of soil environments, right? So some soils are going to be super rocky. Others are gonna be full of clay. Some are going to be sandy. And again, if you trying to understand the health and fitness in. Performance of a plant, you wanna look at the roots. So making that distinction between the roots that are kind of there to stabilize the plant roots that are doing a vast majority of the work in most cases, that's where that distinction becomes super important. The finders are also the ones that completely wrapped themselves around my sprinkler system so that I can't take it hard he, yeah, yeah. We actually just had to take out a pipe in our basement that the fine roots of one of the trees on the street had made its way in in done a very impressive job at blocking the whole thing. So these are still macro scale parts of the plant. We're not talking like microscopic or to some extent I, it's both. I mean, you can definitely see fine roots with your your bear is if you grow plant in some sort of clear container in you lift of the bottom, and you can see those little hairs that are coming off. Yeah, you can see those, but some depending on the size of the plant and even among a single individual, they can be really small. And again, a lot of that has to do with a surface area in b. The ability of a plant to absorb has to be through, you know, these tiny little interfaces between cells in amongst cells. And so when I pitched you this story, you said that you had some personal experience in debating with your adviser about not using this kind of data. So can you kind of give us what your personal experience like what project were are you working on if you're if you can talk about it because I know it's not published at might still be a little bit, but like what was the project you were working on where this data was debatably useful? And then what was your thinking and why you ended up not wanting to go that route? Well, I like I said, I'm I'm a Matric ecologist at this point in my life, I've fallen into this. We're realm of science where traits, so the physical attributes of an organism. In my case, we're talking, you know, the height of a plan, the size of its leaf. Let's it looks air model Joe as a plant. So like the height of Joe, Joe would be a good indication of how competitive Joe would be for, say sunlight or space in the canopy. Joe, are you competitive. For some what you think. I'm average competitiveness, five foot, nine, five win. All right, right here too. On put Joe's hands. So Joe's hands and the top of Joe's head were there to absorb energy from the universe, this giant nuclear fusion reaction in the in the sky. That matters how much surface area the size of Joe's hands are going to matter. But what you end up seeing when you start collecting data's from data from a lot of Joe's and different kinds of Joe's and different people related to Joe is that there are certain trends that come out, right? I can show you like Joe's typically have ten ten fingers, like if that would that be the sort of? Yeah, but some jobs might have only five, some jobs, there's no problem. All right. That's funny, average average, Joe, but all of these say something about sort of the trade offs and the strategies of any organism. But in my case plants, right. And so when you look at these global trade databases when people from all over the globe, start consolidating their fines, and you can grab all those data points, put them on a graph. You start to see certain trends and these trends had to do a trade offs. And like I was saying earlier, was that you could kill someone a cactus, you can show someone of banana and without knowing anything about where these plants came from or what they do or really have any sort of concept of plants in general, you can kind of make a rough estimate enough to say these probably come from two different types of habitats. Right. And that's what's really great about trade databases is that you can get a really wide swath of data points on a variety of traits that people have kind of consolidated down and get kind of these global trends and patterns not even just across. Globe, but say across the eastern seaboard of the United States, you can see where one plant growing in Georgia differs from a plant growing and say, New York. The flip side of this and where my contention comes from is that you're really only looking at the means of these individuals. So a lot of different plants all collapsed down into a single number for, say, leaf area, and that's where things start to get tricky. If you're trying to ask these big lose, you lose some of the natural variation exactly which is why traits were kind of picked up by colleges in the first place. There's a lot of that nuance to natural variation. They call it the the superficial variety among and between different species that gets messy and that's really hard to do with and make big picture concepts. Palpable speaking speaking as a fellow type of ecologist who does more modern animal and paleo-ecologists ecology is is generally seen as very noisy science because they're so many little variables that can affect your data. So there are times where taking the the mean or taking the average of a bunch of data reduces the noise and lets you perform other types of analyses that you couldn't do if you included all the you couldn't do with the same level of confidence in your result, if you tried to incorporate all the natural variation that we still acknowledged does exist, that kind of a fair. Yeah. And then it's exactly the state engine that's I think I've seen that repeated multiple times in the intros to all of these trade papers is Ness, it's not an idea. This idea is not new to me. I mean, I'm synthesis, but I mean, you are titillated at wonderfully, and it's just it's complicated because you do want to take big picture ideas, these trends in sort of the plant adaptation in sort of fizzy logic. Michael carbon acquisition economy strategies and make generalizations that then help make better science better predictive power, that sort of thing. But the problem is, is that when you start to make averages, you forget that there is a lot of natural variation among species and that variation very much matters. When you're starting to ask questions about, say conservation of species or conservation of multiple species across geographic range. If you're only using a mean, you're forgetting the fact that especially for plants that plasticity their organs can change in response to the environment, even if their genomes are changing while I will appoint something else that is an issue with databases is the database only tends to incorporate in. This is a function of how these databases are built in the first place, but it only tends to incorporate things that are widely reported across the entirety of plant trait literature until like this is a completely hypothetical example that might be wrong. But if this database doesn't include like presence or absence of. Of of spines than you might not ever notice that occasion, cactus these two relatively unrelated plants. Have this interesting trait in common? Oh, that's exactly the case on, you know, they're not important traits or something that someone has hasn't cared to quantify in those certain situations. You don't get that sort of resolution. That might be actually very important in this system. And again, I don't wanna make the sound like they're completely useless. They have utility is just there's as is in ecology and biology in general, there's trade offs to the kinds of science you wanna do. And I read a lot of conservation literature and I get very nervous when you start talking about bringing in these big ecosystem, wide theoretical ideas and starting to use that to help inform conservation practices of plants. And when we talk about trade offs in biology, a, you've mentioned the idea of trade offs. A couple of times is what we're talking about. There is more of an animal person such as my brain is, but like things that are really good at digging, don't tend to be really fast running like. You have to kind of choose, you know, if you, if you modify your limbs to be like stout and robust, being able to dig and scoop then you're probably losing the functionality that allows you to be like very grass island, run across the open plains to to make it understandable for Joe, a miatas always gonna handle better than a truck meant for hauling stuff with me. Did that makes them with you thinking Dr grant running away from dinosaurs? He seemed to be able to do that. Well, I mean, I'm not sure how realistic that was because dinosaurs if anything their success was predicated on how good at running they were. But you know, as I've said on this show before humans are, are the running -ness of all the apes. So we are not as good at climbing because we've given up some of the like dexterity of our feet to make them more of a rigid springy structure for running, right? So we can't grip and climb with our feet in those same way that other apes came. We're not terrible climbers because we are still primates. But in terms of being able to run, we're much better running than any of the other prime. Rates, Joe? Yeah, we are. We are running nece. I was just going for the. He's a digger reference from. Yeah, you did good poultry. I didn't do. I even watch that last night before. Just that senior, you watched olive drastic park just that's dressing. You didn't. You didn't give it the accent show like you'll never get grant coming. He's like me digger. Yeah, right. You've let me down. So if you like, we've leveled some criticisms at databases in the sciences, generally. But I think one of the reasons I wanted to talk about this is because I also wanted to applaud the effort is putting together asses is not easy. It's pretty thankless work. It can be a little tedious, and then there's the issue of like maintenance. So it's rare, at least in the databases that I paid attention to to ever see this level of overhaul happened where you get a full two point zero version of something that people have taken the time to like actually update and maintain. And that's that's no small feat. No, and that's really impressive. And a really good point to make is all of those times when you go to those breakout sessions or workshops at a conference that are like, oh database construction, and I just go, I walk away, but I, we rely on people that do those things and in have the patience to sit down with. What is as you mentioned a very tedious process that requires upkeep requires coordination that is a monumental feat in and of itself in. I don't. Again, I don't want to just crap all over databases. They are absolutely necessary. Absolutely vital important for doing important science. But again, the people that make them, they impress me because I don't have those skills or patients. We were crapping over them in any way. I think we were just trying to clarify like any tool. It has a use case scenario, and you wanna make sure you're using that tool properly, you know, otherwise, the result you get isn't gonna make any sense, or is it going to be useful to anyone else? Is there anything like this in an engineering, Joe, what giant databases of like naturally varying things? Because you know you, Jacob used to joke about looking things up in your book of all the numbers, and I never quite knew what that meant. So now I'm trying to see this is an analog. Yes. So a perfect example of the book of all the numbers is there. Our databases effectively of material properties for all the different alloys of metals. So if you wanna know how strong something's going to be, you say, okay, well, it's made of sixty sixty one. Aluminum. I can go to the big table a sixty sixty one aluminum data, and it'll tell me all the different material properties of that aluminum so that I can use them in a strength calculation for part. And you know, those numbers vary across all the different materials and they're based on actual testing that was done on samples of that material. And there's an, I'm not a stress engineer, so I don't work with as much might get this little bit wrong, but there's a basis materials and be basis materials or numbers. And you know, one of them is based on like, well, eighty percent of the samples bell within this range. That's your take a basis and then be basis as ninety percent. It's it seems backwards, I think, but you can pick from those that data to say. You know what, what you want to use your your now? Asus to say like, well, for sure. The material I have is going to be within such such data set and you can calculate how strong something's going to be from that. Cool sesame example. Nice. Some databases are import across fields. I would say. Yeah, just, you know, I can't always instantly make the connections myself. Sometimes I'd like to to hear from others about where these connections exist and before we move on, I wanna make sure we feel like we've given them their kudos, but to make sure we've been specific. This article from US was written by 'em, Luke McCormick, a Shaffer Powell and calling 'em Iverson. And I believe all of them are directly involved in the actual maintenance and upkeep in distribution of Fred and will link to the US article in the show notes because I don't know what your feelings were when you read it map, but some of these photos are gorgeous and really impressive injecting intricate looks at. I'm confused how they got the photos. Where's the light source coming from here? Where's the dirt. Yeah, it's again, it's, that's the struggle with trying to study routes as you don't put goggles on in dive below the soil surface like that you, you have to you kind of have to destroy to see or grow them in such a situation that can be very difficult to coax them to do as they would've nature. If you put a plate of glass up all of a sudden, you have all of the routes hitting this this flat impermeable surface in and behaving quite differently. So I don't really know how it works. There's a reason I avoided doing route stuff for my dissertation, and it's the logistical challenges are a nightmare again that this is incredible work that is desperately needed. But I'm very anxious to see what kind of separates reality in in situ, in the environment from these sort of laboratory. And maybe that's something we can gain from from this kind of database work. Sounds like a lot of the photos from this article came from a forested bog at these spruce and peatland responses. Changing environments site, which is a apparently scientific site up in northern Minnesota whose acronym is also spruce. So it's the spruce Moore's receivers, I loved the photo with the little tree, the large tree, the little or not the large street with the little Colin bolan the little bug feeding them. That was cool little bug. It was will bug. Yeah, they're adorable. We raise them for for fun here, meet. And then if people actually want to get access to the database itself, you don't have to be a scientist to actually download all the data for free. You just need to agree to the data use guidelines policy, and you can get that at roots dot o. r. l. for Oak Ridge National Laboratory dot gov. And can I just say that that that's another really cool thing about open access data sites is that you could just have someone that's really curious and happens to be statistical genius that just wants to putz around with stuff in their home and by opening it up to the public, you don't know who's curious enough to find something new and interesting out. So, yeah, go for it, right. They said the file format for the database itself is a c. v. file which stands for commerce, uprated values, which is easier to use certain statistical software like our, but you can open it in excel and you can make a chart and plot some data like these are all things you could just do whatever copy of accelerating. So if anyone if anyone listening goes and download the data and mix. A cool figure just runs us to typical analysis. Let us know time I kinda wanna talk to you. If you doing that, your spare time, you know routes like to slurp up a drink from time to time as do we. These, let's move over to our next segment of the show. Fred, sits solo skin dark. There's no word on shadow. And the us. Those things, and he's. Then boxes things remind life. It's been good. He's. Two. So. Junes and. Maybe if we didn't also talk about what we are drinking I am. I'm very excited for mine and after the weekend I've had, I didn't think I would be excited to drink anything for a while. But yet here I find myself still excited so I can go first or we can. We can bracket it in a different kind of way the me Mac OS, I, yeah, mine's less exciting. So maybe we'll have like an exciting sandwich. We'll go. And then I don't know what just got, but Joe's usually pretty pretty exciting. Not never as much story is Ryan has. Okay. Well, I guess I'll just, I guess I'll just lead off with the story then bring it on. So you know, I want to because Matt's here, I wanted to have a beverage that's a plant based on a plant as opposed all the meat-based bridges up there. Hardcore meet those a simple broths are becoming a thing, and I did have on the show. Is that a thing? Yeah, yes. Broth. Not as offended as I thought it would be by that. But yeah, the jury and you call it brought, it becomes less unappetizing against. I mean, it's basically just like chicken stock that you drink on its own, but like if you call it a chicken soda, it'd be weird. Right? No, I agree. Meat, juices even worse. Yeah, right. I made I did make a chicken soup the other week that once it cooled under room temperature set because of all the gelatin from the chicken thighs and legs that I was using and like everyone thought it was gross when I was like, it's not fat. It's collagen. This means I did a good job. If it didn't set it would mean that I had made kind of a week broth. But anyway, that's a different word upsetting. That's also how you make soup dumplings step one to make good. We don't have time. We don't play show. I'm having a beer called pates off the crust, which is an Appalachian style kvass ale brewed with pumpernickel bread, apples fig leaves and coconut from the Fontham flora brewery in Morgantown, North Carolina says batch one nice so has what is it tastes like KOMO. That's why I'm excited who what's a kvass. It is a traditional Slavic and Baltic beverage commonly made from rye bread. I looked that up knowing you would ask, and that's what it says in Wikipedia. All right. You've got a a variable garden issue drink here. It's your show. It's your show so much folio. This is Amazon. It gets really excited by things being poured. It's party time spurt time, but and one of the reasons I was I was looking forward to having this is it's only three point, two percent. So very such because I've had two birthday parties this weekend on successive days, and so it's it's ready for something pretty light. The ease the headache, a little bit boots. Really. It's more than I thought it would be. Just curious how much the fig leaves are doing that. That's the crazy thing is that it's not even figs. It's just the fig leaves. Yeah, that's weird to me. But I feel like in the big leagues are maybe giving it some of its Tannock quality jer in. It's a very like dark Brown like it looks like if you had a slice of rye or pumpernickel bread as liquid. That sounds delicious. Yeah, I'm kind of digging it. Thumb review the beer. You got to review the fear into the microphone into my all right. Hold on. Hello? Hello to everyone. Okay. What's going on with Mel here? Again, it's kind of fruity. I wasn't expecting a tarp here. It's very tart, but I can't identify a particular flavor or things the fig leaves that are giving it the tartness on wonder. We don't know because it's it's pumpernickel bread, apples fig leaves and coconut. Okay. I taste the apple cider yet is a little side every it looks like pumpernickel red. Well, I mean the pumpernickel flavors not coming through. It's just making it dark. Do you like? It is pretty good, but I did like kind of split my lip and so it's actually making hurt. Sorry. Started. All right. That was Julius review corner. Who's up next. I'll go. Oh, no. Go ahead. Joe mines. Mine's really boring. So. Okay. Well, I'm drinking a reading draft, creamy red Birch soda booth. So you also had a plant based beverage instead of a meat based beverage? Yes. Yes. I did not go for meat beverage, so it's from the reading soda soda works and carbonic supply company from reading Pennsylvania. I lived there as a child. Really? Yeah. Well, this is from your hometown now, is this a Birch soda Birch beer? Well, it just it actually just says, creamy, red Birch creamy Ren Birch. Okay. It has left off the the final word there I was taking. So say premium reserve soda, hang on. Pretty good. Definitely. There's definitely some cream soda flavor going on there. So it's closer cream soda that it is like a root beer? Yeah, it's it's like a cream soda mixed with a root beer. Is it true Birch today? Did they say if it's from true Birch syrup? Let's see does not. It's. I mean you just got like the, you know, the standard natural and artificial flavors, liar. There's. There's this bottle. I absolutely love Birch beer, and I think it's fun fact. I could be wrong about the ratio here, but it's like an absurd amounts of sap. You have to extract from Birch. It's like fifty gallons of set to make one gallon of Birch syrup, but that's like maple syrup to yet. But it's to the extent that it's like, I think maple syrup like maybe ten or twenty to one bridges like fifty to one which is absurd, but isn't that? Because we've bread sugar Maples to be extra taps. I wrote to question I don't know how much selective breeding went in, but they are just kind of like a rockstar in terms of ratios of deliciousness to water. 'cause you can make maple syrup from other species of maple. But the ratio is much higher. Yeah. And like way higher in fact than some any. I mean, you can make it from a variety of trees, but I think they all kinda suck. We, we have a buddy in also in Pennsylvania to keep up with the Pennsylvania theme Austin, who taps some of the trees in his yard. And it's crazy because there's like terroirs for each of the trees. Like each tree produces a distinctive flavor like he doesn't make blends. He does like single tree syrups fascinating boils down himself and it takes like hours upon hours to boil the sap down because you have to super slowly to prevent it from over Carmeli Zing or I guess that would be burning. And yeah, like he was. He lined up three or four yards for us when we were there when he made pancakes. And each one does taste noticeably different. What's the time to the tree on like taking that much sap out of it? Is it like a big deal. I've always heard that a traditional methods where you just kinda the drip the trees only going to give you what it can. It's not gonna you know, you're not draining the tree, but I'm I'm really curious to see all those systems that are hooked up to pumps and such. I don't know. I honestly don't know, and I think you know the industry obviously has its bias sees and what they report. But I don't know if we've been hardcore tapping trees long enough to really see a huge. I think the field guides didn't episode on that on their podcasts goes want to check that out too. If you only go put it in the show notes. Cool. But what are you having matter? You drink syrup and not. I am it Sunday. I got work to do editing mile podcast. So I'm drinking coffee, but instead of Creamer I'm using Bailey's Irish cream kind of boring. But you know, it's one of the first cold weekends we've had all summer, so we're getting into fall and I just I need coffee at need that warrants and why not throw a little bit of Irish cream in your coffee? I've never actually been a fan of alcohol in my coffee. A few times I've tried it. It's just never worked for me. Yeah, it's for some reason. It's really just the Irish cream thing in the coffee that works for me. I refused to do it any other way like when I put whiskey and my coffee or anything like that, but the Irish cream just adds enough of that delicious sweetness to it and it doesn't bother my taste buds and it's, I don't know if like the mix of uppers downers just kinda center me, but I don't get like the coffee shakes like normally do, and I'm just pounding it all we do you. Do you normally. Cream in your coffee. It's just not always cream. They put a little splash in the morning if the if it's free fresh off the pot just because it cools it down at it can get an EMMY quicker. All good reason. Yeah. All right. Yeah, feeling a little little a while to do like get your coffee from a nice roaster or does just whatever the grocery store has. We go with the grocery store stuff unless we're we're feeling fancy, but this is actually cared copy. It's their one hundred percent rainforest certified beans. So I I'm doing it a little pretentious in in for the environment, but it is tasty. I like it. Have you done a show about coffee yet for by? Did a show about sustainability in coffee plantations with Dr Perfecto which is a great episode, but I would love to find someone that can speak to the ecology of coffee. So if anyone listening Ken do that hit me up, we can do coffee episode. It's coffee, you know, in terms of sustainability, it's one of the most high heavily traded commodities on planet earth. It's like up there with the oil. Caffeine is the number one most consumed drug on the planet in which also comes from tea, but coffee grows and kind of a Bush, and it is a plant that actually does do well in the under- stories you can grow it underneath the rest of the trees. You don't need to clear field to make coffee. So that's what they're talking about when when they say rainforests save for shade grown what they mean is they're not clearing forest to make room for the coffee plants. Right, right. It's a much more sustainable option than just, yeah, the chemical Laden monocultures were they took down everything to make it so not a big fan of the monoculture now, Nora by bad from us, lots anyway. But I will be better able to quantify the weight of sloth or I guess just the weight of the coffee beans that I'm grinding each morning. Once we kick into effect some new measurement definitions which is coming up in our next segment. Chips. Joe? Yes, that's my name. The meteorologist keep telling me it's going to rain, but the metro GIS are telling me the amount of rain might be changing. Yes. Not very much. So, yeah. So I picked this story to you, and then you gave me zero hints on how you felt about it or what you were thinking. So I'm very curious to get your take a hot take from Joe hot take. You're right. I was. I was pretty bad about providing that feedback for that. Hey, save it for the show. So the the story that Ryan has sent over is nautical for nature by Elizabeth Gibney talking about some upcoming changes to the way that s I is going to define a handful of units. So in the past things like the kilogram or the meter were defined on just like an actual thing that sits there at that is the official official meter. The official kilogram over time they've been working away from physical objects as the constants. So for example, the meter is no longer a meter. It's now how far light travels in an amount of time, which is basically the speed of light divided by the speed of light to get seconds. So they're now looking at doing something similar for the kilogram the Ampere, the mole and the Kelvin. So they wanna take those four units and change the way that they are Kirk. Defined to be based on something more constant, something based on universal constants and something more readily readily measurable by anybody versus having to go somewhere and measure the actual thing. And today is the national bureau of weights and measures, which is the body that introduced s I or is it system Internacional it's French, yeah, but we tend to call it the international system of units because we swap the IS, but we're go sl because that's how it was done in the original French. And as Joe mentioned, the original kilograms in Paris, they're meeting in Paris again this year in October to talk about whether or not they're going to adopt these new definitions for the units. Because the idea here is they want to make the units as measured by something fundamental to the universe rather than just an arbitrary object. We've chosen to define as the thing, right? Yeah. And the reason for that is basically. At the uncertainty in the current system while it's been fine for a long time, it is now getting to the point. We're doing experiments on such tiny scales that the the uncertainty, even if it's very small is still too big for the experiments that people wanna perform. So this is in part for us because we're just getting better at doing things right. So yeah, we're just getting so good at doing stuff. We're working on such tiny scales that all of a sudden the uncertainty and you know a kilogram becomes a major player in something, but also there's more than one official kilogram out there. Those the kilogram that's in Paris, but then there are some copies there are. So the issue is there are a couple of copies of the kilogram and their weights have been varying since since they were adopted. So as much as fifty sixty micrograms in a century, right? So the plan now is to move from big k as it's called apparently the international prototype kilogram PK, which is a cylinder of platinum radium alloy stored in France, and they're gonna move to for the kilogram. They're gonna move to basically take clinks constant, which is six point six, two, six cetera, et cetera. Time center, the thirty fourth meters squared kilograms per second. And then just divide that by six point sixty six cetera, et cetera, time thirty four seconds per meter squared. And the result is one kilogram so idea being. If you can measure planks constant, you can determine a kilogram, and this article goes into like the ways that they made go about that, but it's so that's kind of the idea is they're going to do that for all these things. So. Next one they wanna do is the Ampere or amp though basically current electrical current right now, the Ampere is defined as the amount of current required to flow through to infinitely long wires in vacuum with your one meter apart in order to generate two times ten to the negative seventh Newton's of force per meter of length, though it's kind of this thought experiment which you can do the math on and say, okay, well, that's at this much current, right? So instead of instead of actually having physical kilogram anywhere when it comes to Ampere, it's like a theoretical thought experiment, which is right even less. Drift, but not as easy to conceptualize. Right? Or how do you even practically use such a concept like that? Yeah, I don't. I don't know what what the value of that concept is other than what we've used. So now we're getting, but we're getting rid of it. So the plan will be instead the electric current corresponding to the flow of one divided by one point. Six. Oh, two, big number ten to the negative nineteenth elementary charges per second. So basically you flow a whole bunch of elementary charges through a gate and however much current that corresponds to. That's one amp. So if you use you build yourself a little single electron pump you in measure a single stream of electrons going through the gate, and when it's been the right number, that equals one app. So we're gonna. I'm like really tiny, tiny, a- experiments, but you can measure it rather than being some imaginary thought experiment. And this is kind of the trend. I made a metrology joke at the beginning of this segment and metrology is the study of measurement how, how do we measure things right? And this is sort of the trend that's been happening where people who worry about the stuff have wanted to move away to make things as non arbitrary as possible when that's going to be relevant for high precision sciences, like high energy, physics, particle physics, electrical engineering, stuff like that. I don't anticipate that this is going to have any real bearing on people's everyday lives. Do you Joe? No, this is very much inside baseball. Yeah. I mean, this is this is work on really, really tiny scales where it will actually matter so for for most people, it will not matter. That is correct. It will matter in that. There will be fewer podcast stories where people podcasters go and try to touch the kilogram. Two or three of those, or somebody gets access to one of the vaults, and they're like, can I touch it and then the person, you know, the white glove person says, no, no, no, grease on the kilogram. Please. But so I feel a little sad for the kilogram big k, I think it's a big k, yeah, I think it's a little bit of a romantic concept that there's some vault somewhere that that houses the idea of the kilogram and physical form. But I also think that it's probably better to move away from those things as much as possible. I mean, we are recording this just after the really horrible fire at the Brazil's natural history museum and the loss there is pretty incalculable. So when you even with backup copies, when you tie your measurements to something physical like that, it is is at risk in ways that higher in concepts aren't not to not to make light of the situation Brazil. It's it's one of the biggest tragedies and natural history that I've experienced in my lifetime certainly. But it is. Yeah. So that's, that's like this heavy thing that's weighing on me as I think about like moving away from stuff that has to be stored in housed properly, which is a much more abstract concept, but there is a real. There's real value in doing it this way instead of the other way. So yeah, the other ones besides kilogram and amperes get get, you're going Joe or is this all the other two are the mole and the Kelvin, and the mole is the most kind of funny. They're just taking Sarai. A mole is the number of atoms in twelve grams of carbon twelve. That's quivalent avid, guidroz number. And now they're just going to say that a mole equals avocados number and there's gonna call that they're just going to set the set the baseline there instead of having it related to anything in particular, there's gonna call Africa, Drew's number the constant and go with it, which the middleman? Yeah, just defying the constant based on whatever we've been using, I guess. And then Kelvin is is similar. They previously had it as a triple point of water divided by two seventy three point one, six. So basically the freezing point and. Seventy three one six degrees Kelvin divide that by seventy three point one six and that's a Kelvin. They're going to change that to the change in thermal energy of some number of jewels. One point three, eight of the twenty third and that'll be the Kelvin instead. So. It's not. Again, it's not like anything that's gonna change anything for anybody normally, but it will help with experiments that rely on very low uncertainty units of measure. I would imagine that down the road, this could lead to better insights into what the large Hadrian collider's doing that are electron IX. So eventually some individuals or humanity in general will potentially benefit from more accuracy in our measurement. The other thing that's interesting is like the shift here is now the uncertainty doesn't come from what is happening with big k, the certainty comes from the instrument you're using to measure the thing that defines kilogram and we're getting better and better at, you know, making those machines measure those things more precise. So we're adding some uncertainty to measurement of kilogram because we're relying on thing that's less stable, but it's a thing that can be improved better over time. I think if I'm understanding this correctly. That sound right, Joe. Yeah, so it's kinda cool. At the very least gets people thinking about, you know where these concepts come from. I love like you said the idea of, well, we're going to start a company making meter sticks. We have to go to France to find the meter, so shouldn't. Yeah. And Joe Jacob, did this didn't episode on this for ten, including where you talked to him a trolley? Just yes, episode seventeen. Technically speaking, which I think you can find on soundcloud. No longer on I tunes, but it is available on the site sort of sound club. So yeah, cool stuff. Does this affect how faster car will go? Joe. No. Does not make my miata any faster. It's taking apart and putting it back together. That makes it seems to have a bigger impact on. Yes. If you have any ideas for how Joe can squeeze a little bit more speed or maybe even velocity, if you want to add a vector into the equation, you can write in and let us know and Mike featured in our final segment which is coming up next. And that's the paleo path. My feelings. I want some. Just because it's the other end. The trial. So I can see on Rabah stress, expressing my inside. But that's why. With the nation. Supports. What is right for me off stall. Staw land is Powell. Let's see. That's looking at it Glock automatic. I'm going all the way a fallout. So let me ask you. Who's gonna take the weight. How. The show where we deal with feedback from the listeners, and we're going to start it off with a patron thesis. So science is on patriot, but instead of plugging our own patriotic I will let people know that independent plants is also unpatriotic right met in did yes. Patriot dot com. Slash in defensive plants, so you can get like stickers and stuff stickers. There's VIP section with bonus photo and audio content, and then you can even get yourself. All of that plus a producer credit for the giveaway producer credits. We give away unlicensed unaccredited fake degrees podcast. There is gonna make anyone any money. So so our patron thesis this time is going to mog nece mog nece-. So I don't know. I don't know anything about magnets. Sometimes people write in and give me a little bit more information which we can then use to incorporate a. These title, but in lieu of that, we usually just pull from the episode. So what do you guys think? What say. Metrological modeling. These are really want to incorporate big k somehow. Okay. We can do that. What potassium, right? Yes or anything that potassium does with root structures. Zoom, would potassium highly reactive with water. Yeah, it's not. I mean, there's a lot of plants that accumulate in news. I wish it was pastas because phosphorus is really important building. What if mongooses thesis is all about? Like disposing of big k after the new units are adopted by making it into fertilizer. Let's made of platinum iridium is that. Said it was the letter k. stands for potassium. Okay. I thought that one, if you guys will saying the big actually was a big block. Which seems way to react. I wish it seems real dangerous. Okay. That was a bad bad idea. But no, it's Putnam iridium tougher tougher really actually tends to be in very low concentrations in the soil. It tends to be doesn't tend to be Cosmo genyk in origin. Because the rhythm layer, I is the KP boundary, right? We knew when the story hit the kill, the dinosaurs hit because of a layer of a radium in the soil. Something there. So tracing plant extinctions through route iridium levels shoutout to big k. Oh, yeah, there's something there. Okay. So I think something like a kilogram day keeps the radium away. Also there's also mole Kelvin and amps to pull from. So moles probably the more relevant one. Yeah. Using big k. to destroy moles that are eating valuable, Rupe surface area. What about like something like a mole of nutrients modeling, fossil mammal, ration- of fine, root systems like Joe? I think he did that. What did I say? Of course, it works mole of nutrition modeling soil, irrigation of fine route web systems be a fuss, Oriel, mammal, bingo. I think we got it. Agnes. Joe. Yeah, works cool reds on your BSO. Yes. And Joe, I think you're up next with an interview. I saw it in there. It was not labeled as mine was to get what until just now. Okay. So I have a tunes review from the boom stick. We got a rare within you. What is it? Sam Ramey harder darkness. Darkness, that's what I was trying to think of. Yes. So anyway, the title of this review is highly educational five stars, which is the best kind of review the booms. Dick goes on to say, I only recently found this podcast and started from episode one instantly loved it, and now over thirty episodes in and still going, they do a great job explaining the complex subjects in a way that can be reason, doubt, and even delve into the wacky your side of things. I don't know what a future Soad's hold in store, but I'll soon find out. Thanks y'all and keep science in your everything. Adorable, yeah. We've been pushing hard for views lately because we unfortunately dropped from five stars to four and a half stars and the way that I think the orcs is it takes a lot of new five star reviews to get back up into that five star rating which is not nearly as sad as when you lost all of your reviews. But back up good something. Base and I tunes weren't talking well. So I became a bible podcast for a little bit. Bibles, plants, five stars. Yes. Rated us before and are tired of us going on about it. Maybe go check out an episode of indefens- a plant. You could even go on and then rate it accordingly. And according to stars. Which number that was, but you'll see it's it's got featuring Ryan from science sort of. So it's easy to find it was our testing the water to see if we like each other well enough to join forces. We do and we do it worked out. We have. We have about Megan funnel dispersal syndrome. That means Joe megaphone. Also big animals, dispersing dispersal syndrome. I was gonna say it's dispersing seeds across a bigger area. So why? Why would be called syndrome? Because we're not one hundred percent clear on how worked in the past, and then we killed all the Becca up. And so now that they're all these plants, especially in the tropics who are missing their disperses. So there's a famous paper called the fruit that GOP, there's eight that's all about, like these fruits that seem especially adapted for mega-fauna consumption that are no longer being consumed in the tropics. And it has affected the distribution of those plants around the forest because they're not being moved in the same way unless you're a palm plant in an area, tapers tapers will poop those nuts. So we just need to reintroduce the woolly mammoth. I mean, that's an option. It is weird to think of a giant Kerry elephant in the jungle, but they did live there just. It seems. Yeah, I wonder if they were less hairy as a result that people have thought that about ground sloths that maybe like in the tropics ground slots would have been more like giant naked mole rat, but I'm not buying because modern Olympics enter pretty hairy, and we also have fossil clumps of from various ground slots in north and South America. So I don't ascribe to that theory, but some do. So I was going to say this IT interview, I think, is. Potentially nor Ganic five star review. I don't think it's from our push. 'cause she said that will the boom stick says that they started from episode one and they're only thirty thirty episodes in, but they gave us a five star. Ninth jed June twenty nine eighteen I don't think they caught up through just like a couple months. They had a lot of lab work to do. Yeah. Good point. I think this is a real real five star review. Not that not all real. Organic start view. It wasn't cultured. Congrats. Feedback is a little different than usual in that every once in a while on Twitter, someone will just kind of ask their network of people for science podcasts. So recently woman, Jennifer asked for some new science podcast. What are your favorites and listener of ours at mountain vol- great, Twitter handle by the way, big fan of the mountain bowl said, that's sort of an titanium physics are both delightful to John replied, no, you're the one who is delightful, but then Adam Becker, who's at five ironman said, I second suggestion of science sort of. So it's really awesome when people take a moment to recommend our show to a friend of theirs or just someone that they follow generally in that kind of direct fashion. I think Matt, you've probably noticed this as well with your show and Joe back when you technically speaking, but word of mouth is actually a really important way that podcast distributed. That's indeed it's hard to get people to just organically pick up and start listening to new podcast. But when someone else out in the world says. Hey, this thing is good. That goes a long way towards overcoming that initial hurdle to entry. So that's usually I'll takes for me if somebody says, hey, check out this podcast, I'll usually just pull up my phone and subscribe to it right there. I rarely go in search of podcasts, so that's always recommendations for me. So I just wanna say, we really appreciate when people do that for us. And in the final little bit of news I want to cover is Google alert you guys been gaining Google alerts set up for for things that are relevant to the show. I want to see if people out there talking about us and Google. I don't remember when I must have set this up. Any must have been in the early days of the show. But I grew Guler for paleo pals which what we called ourselves back in the early days because we were, we did talk a lot more about paleontology than we do now. So I got an update on some somebody mentioned the paleo pals and the Los Angeles Times. Wait for it. Title of the article was grabbing go Labor Day snacks to make your vegan gluten free and paleo happy. Geez. I was like, I couldn't as if I was annoyed enough with the paleo dieters for a variety of reasons. Now they're, they're blowing up a mention. Their snack. It's like, you know what? If I had. I'm sure these groups exist, but like I have a hard time. Imagining a group of just like happy. Go lucky friends. Some of whom are recruiting insulin who were on the paleo diet, just personality wise. Those people aren't likely to be like a group of friends. You have to all provide snacks for so. If you're part of some sort of group of happy, fun, loving, maybe Los Angeles-based gluten free and paleo folks. Let us know that that's a real thing that exists in nature. Because as of right now, I'm not sure I'm buying. I just thought that was kind of a funny note to end on that. I'm getting getting alerts about keeping your dieting fun. Yeah. All right. Well, that's all I have for this week mad. Have we plugged in defense plants enough or does it need just one more? It can always use just one more indefens- plants dot com. We're on every major pod catcher out there and go check us out on patriot patriot com slash independent plants, Joe, you got to plug. You know what? I don't this week that's allowed. I'm glad you're liking American innovations. I am good show. Yeah, people should go check it out. They heard a preview here. So, and then if you haven't had quite enough of me because I know I have. 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