19 Episode results for "Kaik"

Boom Time For Bitcoin

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:24 min | 5 months ago

Boom Time For Bitcoin

"The shows proudly sponsored by I xe exchange these Gaza. Teamed up with the London Stock Exchange to work with the unique matching engine meaning you've got the lowest trading fees and the best matching available exchange currently lists twenty plus spot Perez and you can settle them in bitcoin theory or use still Ted as well. A number of a will contracts with margin which we love it. Supports Twenty plus feet currencies as well, which means really simple to convert your crypto to cash will cash the Kryptonite not only that the APP itself go download the APP is amazing. You can use the red pack feature to send you mates you buddies or pay bills with crypto with a click of a button going open up your account now and use the code try to call. Can I get I help you well. What are we got here across the top ten high it's looking pretty Stella. Pretty that are in day yesterday a good bounce a really good bounce. On bitcoin. It hasn't gone unorthodox just yet, but let me just say something yesterday. We only close at one point six percent only add. So that doesn't seem like a lot when down a little bit of depth and you say tomato I, say the market you work time from. The lows too far from the lowest to the highest full point seven percent ten, sorry rebound turn and on the clothes it's full percent you know from the law of the died to Willie ended up. That's full percent now I teach a lot about the nature of just teach people how to learn try a technical analysis because it's a waste of time to be honest. It's who says you know a cup of sugar doesn't make a chocolate cake. About sugar, it's not gonNA make the Kaik. It's simple as that. So try to teach people to understand what's actually going on a front of them and what I'm saying here across my talk. But most of the top ten is cradles pullbacks and candles in the cradles on the candidates itself is telling me that one study don't listen. I'll forget you know two days ago. We saw big four point three percent at one stage was down. What was that level? We would go from the high because that's where the momentum started. We would down about eight percent and it was pretty brutal. The way we came off with bounce backs not momentum to the downside went now you kidding my UACC hitting. Pop back up now we've got. Sight, only at close of one point, six percent but a full set move back to the up saw, we've just broken the high of yesterday's candle as well as much as not many great cradle triads out there on the daily. It's what the process telling me that is well, there are site telling. Look we've got momentum back. Becoming up half percent today bitcoin sitting thousand, six, hundred, thirty, six dollars right now wrought. It's good. The market is looking good. The two day to day timeframe. Have a look at on bloody jots. I'm really fully we don't see too much of a move on Bitcoin in the top ten tonight. Because then I'll have absolutely ethical two-day candles and I'll have some training opportunities. I tried to I, tried to wake rich I. Bloody Everything K. Are these guy with market saw with with with the moves are with the momentum is I'm saying bullish momentum here on Bitcoin that's on the daily. We still got a bit of work to do on the mates four out. We don't have a really nice sokoll trendy the two hour look a little bit of a high allow on the one. Now we definitely do have a highly there's not a huge amount You know really exciting me at the minute. So yeah, it's GonNa take some time, but the dailies are looking really really good. Just notice tried that ended up taking two minutes. So get through this a theory ninety, four dollars ninety full spot to seven at one point. Seven two percent, Simon's bitcoin on that daily except fe twenty point, four cents look at that daily cradle beautiful on the to to that might be an absolute doozy tomorrow point seven, six up yesterday to Bitcoin cash look it's coming off that support to seventy fought it's up one percent to seventy five is where it's at lot coin fifty, five dollars in eleven, cents up one percent the to die on that high it looks tidy as love, it V two. Pretty ugly shot. Go to be honest two, hundred, thirty, three cents up half a percent cod Donna at one point four, six percent. Thirty. Point. Non Bonnets. today. So that was at one percent as a twenty one fifty. US pretty sought wise jot point seven yesterday at point six, three dollars five cents. Link had an absolute ball terriers tonight up twenty six point five percent and I'm gonNA leave you know why to leave because like I said going to try to jump on hand I got one minute to do. Cracking despite decided you blocked. 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Extrasensory

TED Radio Hour

53:00 min | 2 years ago

Extrasensory

"Hey guy here. So each of us every day experiences the world through our senses. But what happens when one of our senses Fail's us. How does that change our perception of the world and can technology help a stretch and enhance our senses? This episode is called extrasensory and it originally aired in March of two thousand fourteen. This. Is the Ted radio hour. Each week round. Breaking TED talks and talks. Technology entertainment design design does that really what's ten French? I've never known the delivered a Ted conferences around the world gift of the human imagination. We've had to believe in impossible thing. That's true nature of reality. Beckons from just beyond those talks those ideas adapted for radio. From NPR. I'm guy Roz and on the show today. Extrasensory? Ideas on how technology and even human behavior can actually stretch our senses. But we see what we say what we feel what we hear. And for Neil Harbison. Hearing has never been the problem. The problem is seeing he can see everything. Well, everything except for colors. I don't see the, Hugh and the situation which is blue or red or orange, and that's a bit of a problem because Neal is an artist painter, actually. And if he looks out to the world in front of him just through his is it's like he's living in a black and white film. So to experience color Neil uses his ears. Like, it's like what does red sound like red is f. How about yellow yellow is g? Okay. What is greens-ale? Mike a. So because EV is Lois than orange than yellow then green and turquoise blue and violet is the highest. Wow. That's really cool. Okay. So how Neil does this is almost ingeniously simple. He has helped from some very cool technology and how he came about it how it works. Here's the story begins at age eleven in Spain. Where Neil grew up up until then I just thought that I was confusing colors 'cause I just learned the name of colors and learned that the sky was blue and the grass was green. But when I was eleven I was still did. I I wasn't actually seeing color. I was just memorizing the names of colors, and that moment changed everything he thought about himself and his potential. Well, when I knew that I couldn't see color eilly then want to wear color either. So I asked my parents by color, less close. So just white black and gray. Because I then went to where something that I couldn't see from many periods. I just hate the color, and I just wanted a caller less world, but very quickly Neil realize that living a colorless life. It's. Actually impossible to do that think about sport. There's color codes in sport. If you think about chemistry is important in the color of the material and color is also in literature. You find color in every book every three or four pages you find the name of a color. Even with things that have nothing to do with color like yellow pages or bluetooth or the green card or James Brown has Brown in this. And so it's everywhere. It was like colors all around his house like like almost like a horror movie like you're running away from colors. He I tried actually. I just thought about living somewhere. What color wooden exists maybe in the north where there's just snow just white. Yes. One of my aims was to just move to an island where there would be no color. But even there, I'm sure it would be impossible because places like Greenland, it's usually snow there. But the island is close Greenland as well. So after trying to run away from it Neil decided to embrace it specifically he went to art school and on the first day. He walked right into the dean's office. And I said, hi, I don't see color, and he said what the hell are you doing here? Then like you said the school. Let him do all his art in black and white but color kept coming back to him. And it was like this elusive thing. He couldn't crack it became a mystery to me color became. An invisible element that I just wanted to perceive. So I became obsessed with color. Why just wanted to extend my sense and perceive color. And it was right around that time when Neil happen to attend a lecture by an expert on Cybernetics. He was giving the stuck about how we could use technology to extend our senses. And after the lecture a young guy approached me, and he was a little bit nervous a little bit timid. This is the guy who gave that lecture is name is Adam Montana, then he said, Adam you're talking about changing the way that we see the world. But I don't see the well the same as everybody else and that Rudy got me interested. All right. So the thing dimension right here is that colors have frequencies in Anaman knew that the question was how do I translate colors into sand. I took a train ride back home after the lecture and in the twenty minutes of the train ride. I had the very first ideas already in my head. The final result was this electronic I that I been wearing for almost ten years now detached to my head and allows me to hear color. All right. So to give you a sense of a Neil looks like he has this like antenna that loops over his head and attached to the end is a little camera. And that is what looks at and census colors has it work in like, can you take it off? No, it's Berman Lee. And then it sends this frequencies through shape that it installed at the back of my head. And then I hear the callers. Through bone conduction? You are constantly. Hearing sounds like every time you turn your head. You're constantly hearing things the I'm hearing the wall now here. When I moved my head. I hear the hearing the microphone everything sounds because there's color, absolutely everywhere. Antonio's obsession with extending his senses. It became a reality. Here's how he described it on the Ted stage. So life has changed dramatically since I hear color because color is almost everywhere. So biggest changes for example is going to an art gallery. I can listen. Because so for example, so it's like going to a concert hall because I can listen to the paintings. And supermarkets is like going to a nightclub. It's full of different melodies. Especially the aisle was cleaning products is just. Five. Also, the way I dress has changed before I used to dress. No way that it looked good. Now. I dress the way that it sounds good. Do they dressed in c Meja? So it's quite happy. Gord if I had to go to funeral though, I would Dresden be minor which would be. Torque wise, burble an orange. Also, the way I perceive beauty has changed. Because when I look at someone I hear the face. So someone might look very beautiful. But sound therapy and might happen. The opposite the other way round. So I really enjoy created sound portrays of people instead of drawing someone's face like drawing, the shape, I pointed them with the I write down the different notes. I hear and then I create some here's some faces at this point and heels talk he plays some sound portrait's first of Tom Cruise. Then there's Al Gore. He shows Prince Charles. This is what Nicole Kidman sounds like. Nicole? Kidman sounds good. Some people I would never relate. But they sound similar Prince Charles has some similarities with Nicole Kidman. They have similar sound of is. So you relate people that you wouldn't relate. It's amazing because it's not just the colors become sounds. But sounds that you hear are translated into color in your mind. Yeah. That's the secondary effects would slowly happened. When I started here. 'electronic sounds. I've felt caller. I heard fella phone tone. It felt green because it sounded just like the color green, the BBC beeps they sound third quiz. So I started to paint music and paint people's voices because people's voices have frequencies that I relate to color when you transpose music to color. It's interesting to compare different artists. Mos are used a lot of yellow which is many species. There's a lot of Gino. Whereas Justin Bieber is very pink. Oh, there's lots of eased and also these in his music. So you realized that is are using more or less the same colors when they composed. I will never listen to Justin Bieber the same ever. Again. I will always think he's hounds pink in very yellow. What's your favorite color, by the way, infrared infrared is my favorite color, the lowest, and it's always in unexpected places. What does it sound like it's very low? It's just. Very low. Actually, very nice to hear. So I got the point when I was able to perceive three hundred sixty colors, just like human vision. I was able to differentiate all the degrees of the color wheel. But then I just thought that this human vision was wasn't good enough. There's many many more colors around us that we cannot perceive, but the electronic ice can perceive. So I decided to continue extending my color senses. And I added infrared and ultraviolet to the color to sound scale. So now, I can hear colors human. I cannot perceive for exam perceiving infrared is good because you can actually detective there's movement detectors in a room can hear if someone pointed me with a remote control and the good thing about perceiving ultraviolet is that you can hear if it's a good day or a bad day to sunbathe ultraviolet is a dangerous color color that can actually so I read that you think of yourself. Like is like half human half, bro. Like a cyborg. Yeah. I feel that. I am technology. I don't feel that I'm wearing technology. And I feel that I'm using technology. I feel that I am technology of the Antena is a part of my body, which is an unusual feeling. But that it makes sense when you've been wearing it for so long your body just accepts this as a part of you. That's why two years ago. I created the cyber foundation which is a function that tries to help people. Become a cyborg tries to encourage people to extend their senses by using technology as part of the body. We should all that knowledge comes from our senses. So if we extend our senses, we will consequently extend our knowledge, so I do encourage you to think about which senses you'd like to extend. I would encourage you to become a cyborg you won't be alone. Thank you. You'll Harbison he calls himself, the world's first cyborg. Check out his full talk at our website, Ted that NPR dot org. And, hey, if you're listening to the show on our website, we also recommend becoming a subscriber on I tunes. You'll get a different episode each week for free. It's easy. Search for Ted radio hour in the IT tune store, and when you fight our home page, click subscribe guy, Roz more ideas about stretching our senses in a moment here on the Ted radio hour from NPR. He everyone just a quick thanks to two of our sponsors. 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World spurs. Do you? Remember what they said about him? I mean, they said Steve Austin will be that man better than he was before. Well, you know, I love that show as a kid, and I think it's inspiring and Lord knows we would love to get there. I mean, we are kind of this sort of by on acumen place. Yes. We have believe crossed a big hurdle by developing away for a person to control their prosthetic limb. That's not just you know, goofy movements unintuitive things we've developed the system where person thinks about what they wanna do. And it happens. A system where someone with an artificial hand or arm just thinks about moving it and it happens in Todd actually focused on the robotic arm or hand alone. But his big idea is to literally rewire the human body to make those arms and hands were better instead of just making a machine for the human. We've changed the human to be able to use the machine better. What really amaze me was this. I I'm moving my I wanna close my hand or bend my elbow. Gis intuitive. Right. We don't we're not thinking about that. You just do it. But but these patients are literally thinking in their brains, bend elbow move hand in in that happens has that happen. Well, think of the brain as were thought star to right. That's where you I decide you wanna over him. And even though you're not thinking about it, you send signals down your neck and you make the near fire. It has little electrical signals that hops down all the way to the end of the nerve where little chemicals go across to the muscle and the muscle have a little lexical. Spark hops down the muscle fibers telling them to contract, then your hands close like without even thinking about it. Yes. But what happens when you lose your arm above the elbow? Right. You don't have those muscles to move your hand anymore. That's right. You've lost. Not only the muscles and bones, but the controller. Okay. So here's where the rewiring comes in. Right. Because you've lost those critical muscles that control your arm and your hand. But the nerve endings. They're still there. I could tap the end of a nerve World War Two amputee, and they'd still feel. They're missing hand. So they're alive, and they work like the data cables. So the nerve endings and the nerve signals are still there. Right. But without those muscles. It's really hard to figure out what those nursing those are actually saying the signals are really really really tiny. And you have to listen to it single nerve fiber at a time. Can't we plug them in someplace better place that might be able to amplify those nerve signals? And then rewire those nerves to other muscles. Todd explains how this can be done on the Ted stage. We're using a biological amplifier to amplify these nerve signals muscles muscles will amplify the nerve signals about a thousand fold so that we can record them from on top of the skin. So our approach is something we call targeted reinvasion imagine with somebody who's lost their whole arm. We still have four major nerves that go down your arm, and we take the nerve away from your chest muscle and let these nerves grow into it. Now, you think close hand and a little section of your chest contracts. You think bend elbow, a different section contracts, and we can use electrodes or antennas to pick that up until arm to move. That's the idea. This is unbelievable. I mean, you can go into the body. And basically say we're gonna tach this nerve to that nerve. And that nerve to this muscle. It's it's like it's like you're tricking the brain into into like thinking a hand is there. We know frankly, I'm an engineer, and they wouldn't let me rewire people really sad. So my colleague, Greg dominion at northwestern's talented surgeon, and he goes in there and finds the right nerves and the ends of them. And then we redirect them to where we have spare muscle. Now, I use the nerves of wire and we've lost the the phone at one end. And so we just take the wire and hook it up to a different phone. So that we can talk. And that's exactly how it works computerized prostatic. Arm can pick up the nerve signals, and then tell the percents canned to open or close, for example, top did this with patient of his amend a kit who also joined him on the Ted stage. So Amanda, would you please tell us how you lost your arm. Sure and two thousand six I had a car accident, and I was driving home from work and a truck was coming up direction came over into my line ran over the top of my car and his axle, tore my arm off. After that. I woke up in the ICU. I didn't know what had happened when I realized you know, that I'd lost my arm. You know, it was completely torn up couldn't stop crying for days with Amanda. She lost her arm couple inches above the elbow. So she had a nice long residual limb. If you will. And that is the place where Todd's team rewired Amandas nerves and we can take the biceps which has two parts leave one alone to the biceps control of elbow. Take the other one and put a hand closing nervous into it. And when that nerve grows in you think close your hand, you aren't thinking bend your biceps or contract, you're biceps. You're thinking close my hand. But we've rerouted the nerve the wire two different amplifier. And then that's when it was like magic after that. I could just open my hand in the hand would open. I didn't have to use any funny movements to to work the arm. So it became like a natural part of me. In todd. He was delighted, but he wanted to take it just a step further. So he started to think more about the nerve the nerve actually controls each of your fingers, your thumb your wrist. Now, my colleagues have developed computer decoding algorithms that are like voice recognition. And so we'd listen to the signals from the muscle and these computer programs decoded, so that we can tell whether you want to close your hand, bend, your wrist, turn your wrist, or even what type of hand grasp pattern you wanna make. So I have the elbow. The goes up and down. I have the wrist rotation that goes, and he can go around, and I have the risk lection and extension at this moment. Wherever we laughed. She's just turned her entire wrist three hundred sixty degrees. Yeah. Well, that's quite a bar trick for you. Because you give somebody something they can do and they will use it. So sometimes that's functional because you can flip it into a position isn't even humanoid. And the thing about rewiring those nurses that when you do that. It means that percents cans are actually getting a lot kosher than ever before to a real human hand because the nerves they can still feel in touch once you watch closely. That's plotting. And that was the first time she got to feel since Asian through prosthetic. She had a little sensor at the end of her prosthesis that then she rubbed over different services, and she could feel different textures of sandpaper different grits ribbon cable as it pushed on her reiterated hand skin. She said that when she just ran it across the table felt like her finger was rocking. It was one of those scientific surprises in those nerves to your hand. Actually, two thirds of them were I and sation only one third or for controlling muscles. So these thousands and thousands of nerves that are trying to grow out into something. And most of them are sensation. And they grew into any little sensory end organ. They could so early in the show. We spoke to Neil Harbison who calls himself aside work, right? I mean, his antenna is literally screwed into the bone of his skull. And I wonder if that's the sort of the direction we're headed with with sort of bionic technology. I mean, could you imagine half human half machines who can function normally despite having been born with disabilities or limitations while I certainly imagined, and we're progressing to having machines help people with disabilities and on even more and more intimate ways. As far as. As a half human half machine. I picked challenge to that. Because the essence of human is in our minds, and what we think in what we do. And I don't see that ever being replaced. I hope we have things to augment, but I don't ever feel. My humanity is going to be integrated with any form of machine. It was thinking about this idea of like energy that that travels through body end that energy travels from person to person like when I hold my my son's hand. He no, there's there's that feeling of holding a kids hand, you know, and I wonder if if you could ever replicate that in a percents hand. Wow. That's that's a tough. That's an exciting one. And and the question is how much. Do you get from having being your own hand? So let me put it this way. Something is always better than nothing. So you're holding your son's hand with the very rich sensory normal hand, and you get all of these delicate fillings, but for man with no hands no arms if we put a sensor in the prosthesis. So that as he touches that child's hand, it's nothing more than a little squeeze that. He feels. But yet it's his squeeze and it's hits kids hand. So perhaps the fidelity of the feeling is not near as important as the identity of the feeling, and the fact that it's my hand that is touching something. And that's my kid. Teich n runs the center for biotic medicine at the rehabilitation institute of Chicago. You can watch his amazing full talk at Ted dot NPR dot org. Where did we come from? What is a future of the human race? Are we alone in the universe? So this is a voice, you probably know physicist, Stephen hawking, of course. But the weird thing about this is that it's not just his voice. This is the exact same computerized voice. It's used by thousands of people around the world who cannot speak on their own. And we know this Stephen hawking because well, he Stephen hawking, but there's little girls and older women and lots of other people were using that voice. Even though he thinks of that as being his voice. Right. And so did the other people who are using those voices? They think about them as being their voice. This is Rupel Patel. I'm a speech scientist and a professor at Northeastern University in Rupel has figured out a way to create new voices, customized voices for people who use thank speech people whose actual voices for whatever reason autism or cerebral palsy or stroke, can't speak and the story of how it all came about Rupel explains from the Ted stage, this lack of individuation of the synthetic voice really hit home when I was at an assistive technology conference a few years ago, and I recall. Seeing a little girl at a grown man having a conversation using their devices. Different devices. This same voice. This is my first year. I looked around. I saw this happening all around me. Rations beat a hotel voices that didn't fit their bodies or their personalities. Are you? Flight was delayed coming in from. We wouldn't dream a fitting a little girl with the press limb of a grown, man. It's why then the same prosthetic voice. It really struck me. And I wanted to do something about this. I'm gonna play you now a sample of two people actually who have severe speech disorder. They're saying the same utterance. You probably didn't understand what they said. But I hope that you heard their unique vocal identities. I wanted to find out how we could harness these residual focal abilities and build a technology that could be customized for them voices that could be customized for them. So we decided to do exactly that. With girl named Samantha Samantha has a very rare speech disorder, which makes it impossible for her to speak. But she can make sounds vowel. Like sounds which turned out to be enough of a sample for Rupel and her team. Researchers. That sound is just what Samantha can produce. That's her. And from that, we can gather the pitch of her voice. The quality of her voice, meaning things like raspy breathy. So you are hearing all the I mean, the she can't create were senses, but she can make some basic sound, right? And we take what we can from those vocalisations and use them in the process for we generate a voice for her that sounds like her. So how do you go about building this voice? Well, you have to find someone who's willing to be a surrogate for Samantha her surrogate came from somewhere in the mid west stranger who gave her the gift of voice. Being a surrogate donor only requires you to say a few hundred to few thousand utterances, the process goes something like this things happen in pairs. I love to sleep the skies. Blue though, clouds now, she's gonna go on like this for about three to four hours. The idea is to cover all the different combinations of the sounds that Kerr in the language from this voice Bank. We can now say any new utterance like I love chocolate everyone needs to be able to say that fish through that database and find all the segments necessary to say that utterance I love chocolate. What happens next is best described by my daughter's analogy, she's six she calls it mixing colors to paint voices. It's exactly that Samantha's voice is like a concentrated sample of red food dye, which we can infuse into the recordings of her surrogate to get a pink voice. So now Samantha can say this. This sounds like the real me. I helped make mine new voids. I can't wait to use mine newboys with my friends. That's incredible. I'm so glad you think that's incredible. Because you know, as a scientist, so so many I mean there's been so many versions of that process. And even if they're not perfect, even if they have crackly nece to the voice, even if they're not absolutely perfect in terms of speech quality, they're made with a little bit of them. And that is such a powerful thing. So for Samantha when she heard her voice. There's this the smile that spread across for face when she heard it for the first time what I love about that is it's not her jumping up and down and saying. Yeah. This is my voice. It's this sort of slow realization that. This is who I am. Speech scientists Rupel Patel in a moment. We'll hear more about her research and another young girl who just got a brand new non Stephen hawking voice guy. Roz stay with us. You're listening to Ted radio hour from NPR. Hey, everyone just two quick. Thanks to two of our sponsors, you help make this podcast possible. I to slack collaboration hub for work. Whatever work you do with slack. The right people in your team are kept in the loop. And the information they need is always at their fingertips. Teamwork on slag happens in channels letting you organiz conversations and information around projects offices and teams because everything you need to work is in one place. It's faster and easier to get things done with slack. Your team is better connected. Find out more at slack dot com. Thanks, also to Royal Carribean. Who invites you to discover that it venture doesn't happen. 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Scientist Rupel Patel who designs devices for people who can't speak because she wants to sound more like humans like themselves rather than robots many times people who have these communication devices don't use their devices that often, and that's you know, that's terrible because it kind of closes the world for them. I hope that this technology opens their door for them. My name is Shannon. And how old are you? Thirteen years. Oh, this is Shannon ward. And she was born with cerebral palsy and a few months ago Rupel essentially, gave Shannon her own voice. And she built it on the vowel. Like sounds that Shannon is able to make yes. I think everyone deserves to be heard. So shannon. Like, the voice you had before the when you have now did you like it message window, not so much? So tell me about your new voice. Totally love. Does it feel like it's you? That's a big fat. Yes. Here it I was just stunned because I can hear my daughter, especially in certain words, Shannon's mom Janine when she says mom in particular, I hear her and that is a wonderful thing for any parent experience. Does she seem like it's changed or absolutely it just increased her confidence increased her desire to use her device. I know personally that she loves to talk with her friends more she stands out, and I think people take her differently when they hear of voice that sounds like a thirteen year old girl as opposed to a voice that sounds like a robot of an adult. Okay. You have a thirteen year old daughter. She is now a teenager. If she's talking more is she arguing more with you. Absolutely. I know it might sound so bizarre. But there are times unlike communed plugged the device for a little bit. I have a kid that does not stop. Back to Rupa tell the speech scientists who started all of this. She's trying to get people all over the world to become voiced donors to help people like, Shannon. Yeah. And I think the the beautiful thing about this is that as someone grows we'd like to see is that many people who use a minute of communication devices communication aids. Use the same voice for much of their life. But you, and I don't have the same voice today as we had a decade ago and a decade before that certainly it's layers and layers of experiences and changes in our body that change our voice that should be afforded to these individuals as well what I wanna share with you next is how I envisioned taking this work to that next level. I imagine a whole world of surrogate donors from all walks of life, different sizes, different ages. Coming together in this voice drive to give people voices that are as colorful as their personalities. About five years ago. We built our very first voice for a little boy named William when his mom. I heard this boys. She said this is what William would have sounded like had he been able to speak. I saw William typing. A message on his device. I wondered what was he thinking imagine carrying around someone else's voice for nine years. And finally, finding your own voice. Imagine that. This is what William said. Never heard me before. Thank you. Rupel? Tell is a speech scientist at Northeastern University. She and her collaborator. Tim bundle. Started project almost anyone can donate their voice to people like, Shannon and Samantha and you can do to he want to help out could've vocal ide- dot org. And Kim voice. Of course, you can watch Rupel's full talk at Ted dot com. So so far we've been talking about how technology can stretch human senses. Right. But what if you don't need that technology, and what if you aren't using your senses to their fullest potential without even knowing about it will that that's Julian treasures big idea. Jillian studies sound. I'm totally obsessed with sound it's my life. But, you know, something I think guy that most people are secretly fascinated by sound really. Yeah. We just got used over the last two hundred years to suppressing. Sound because of the number. Noise. I mean, this is so much noise pollution now we've just got into the habit of suppressing a sense of hearing. So a big part of my mission in life is to get people listening consciously gillians idea is that sound affects your life in a bunch of ways, you never even think about, but the flip side of that idea is that becoming aware of sound and really listening. It can actually make our lives a little better. For instance, a couple years ago. The city of Lancaster, California was trying to figure out how to keep petty criminals from doing things like stealing purses and harassing shoppers on the main drag and city officials tried all kinds of crime prevention techniques, but no lock. So they call Julian in he installed hundreds of weather Bose that's because in the main street, cool, the boulevards and those speakers played this soundscape for five hours a day. And what happened coding to the sheriff of Lancaster, California? Is that crime fell fifteen percent of that seventy percent after that sound scape game on yet? And they absolutely love it. I mean, come on. There's no way this is not bringing your heart rate down a little bit. Right. I mean, you've got a little gentle surfin. They're suffering Senate. The that kind of gentle Sieff has a cadence of roughly twelve cycles per minute, which is very similar to the breathing of steeping human being. And so we find it very restful sound. And the birds just because we've evolved to of two hundred and fifty thousand years, it's the sound of security because when the birds singing generally things are okay. If they suddenly stalled. You need to be worrying. At this point somebody out there will be thinking. Because that's the woods. This I always encounter. When I start talking about designing soundscape. And the answer. I give to that is do film as biotech show. Do you feel? Color. Do you feel by street layout? Because you all being changed by those things they are consciously designed, so why would we start to think we're being manipulative? The moment we start to design sounds gapes. And would Julian argues is that listening is the most undervalued sense we have but our ability to listen to really listen, it's slipping away. Here's his Ted talk. We are losing our listening. We spend roughly sixty percents of communication time listening, but we're not very good at it. We retain just twenty five percent of what we hear. Now. Not you this talk. But that is generally true. Let's define listening as making meaning from sound. It's a mental process, and it's a process of extraction. We use some pretty cool techniques to do this one of them is pattern recognition so party like this. If I say, David, Sarah Panteios, some of you just sat up we recognized patterns to distinguish noise from signal, and especially our name different singers and other technique we use if I left this pink noise on for more than a couple of minutes. You would literally cease to hear it we listened to differences. We discount. Sounds that remain the same. I said at the beginning, we're losing our listening. This is not trivial because listening is our access to understanding conscious listening always creates understanding a world where we don't listen to each other. At all is a very scary place. Indeed. Julian treasure thinks, they're all kinds of things getting in the way of our listening. Just think about all the sounds around you every day. In Europe, where Julian does most of his work something like eight million people having this seriously disturbed by traffic noise at night, and a lot of people ride the subway every day. Including Julian and I wear airing hearing protectors every time I retire. Yeah. I'm shocked every day. I see people standing on the tube station as screeches happening at one hundred ten hundred twenty decibels and the just standing there. And once you get to work. Well. Researchers have actually tested people in these noisy open plan office environments, and they found that productivity dropped by two-thirds. Why sixty six percent drop in productivity and open plan office in Tope Insein offices, the buses, of course, role in the offices. So they're not even aware that this is a problem. Yeah. But there's a lot of research now showing that noise and the lack of quiet working space is one of the biggest issues for old office workers. What does it do to people? It creates stress woman's increases your risk of heart attack. It increases your risk of stroke, and there's a whole range of other issues sexual dysfunction, bow this function, depression, psychological disorders, which recited with living in noisy situations day in and day out. That's the environmental stuff. Jillian says is making it harder for us to listen. But there are also things inside our own heads that get in the way. So for example, you might notice that sometimes, you know, when you get a group of people together, right? The conversation isn't really a conversation. People don't often ask other people questions. They don't and they don't really listen, it just sort of take turns telling stories about themselves. Yes, I cool that speechwriting, and it's not really listening. You know, the if you while the other person's toki, that's just as sort of gap while you're writing you mow in your in your mind, exactly. That's actually listening to somebody and listening takes brainpower their studies that show that the human brain can only understand one point six conversations at a time, which is enough for one person in a little bit of your inner monologue. That's the amount of bandwidth we have. And if you in an office what you can overhear chosen token right next to you that taking up. One of one point six we don't have any leads on unless you put headphones on this conversation as inevitably going to be Dakota than your brain. Because we programmed to decode compensation and the way we listened might also be hardwired, depending on our gender men tend to listen in what I call it reductive way, which is to say for point for solution. You know, we like to have a problem and solve it buying. Thank you very much onto the next thing. Yeah. Women tend on the other hand to this more of an expensive way. It's not about a point. It's not about a solution. That's just about going with the flow and being with the person this Ning enjoying the journey with them. So you get this mismatch way, she comes home and says I've had a terrible day downing it's being the awful this happened that happened, and he says have a bath, you'll be fine. So I think the two listening are quite different than when we become conscious of filters, then we can start to play with them and change listening position. Not as a very very powerful thing to do. So I'd like to share with you exercises tools. You can take away with you to improve your own conscious listening. Would you like that? The first one is silence. Just three minutes. A day of silence is a wonderful exercise to reset your is and to recalibrate so that you can hit the quiet again. If you can't get up salute silence. Go for quiet. That's absolutely fine. Second I call this the mixer so even if you're in a noisy environment like this, and we spend trying and places like this listen in the copy to how many channels of sound can I hit how many individual channels in that mix them. I listening to you can do it in beautiful places. Well, like a lake how many goods and my hearing. Where are they? Where are those ripples? It's a great exercise for improving the quality of your listening. And finally, an acronym. The acronym is Russia, which is the son's crit word for juice or essence and Russia's stands for receive which means pay attention to the person appreciate making little noises. Like, oh, okay. Summarize the woods. So is very important in communication and ask ask questions afterwards. I love that. I mean that because what I do. Right. I talked to people and ask them questions, and I listened to them. So I love doing it. It's a real gift that I get to have. You know, I often think that listening is the most generous gift you can give to another human being and many people have never had that experience. I often have said to my teenage children as looking down doing something on their phone in the saying, I am listening, and I say, no, that's not listening. When you think about it? We've go full ways of communicating reading writing speaking listening. We spend all time teaching reading and writing we spend up -solutely not-i'm toll in most schools, teaching either speaking or more importantly, still listening. And we can teach this schools. We can take our listening off that slippery slope to that dangerous scary world that I talked about move it to a place where everybody is consciously listening all the time or at least capable of doing it. Now sound is my passion. It's my life. I wrote a whole book about it. So I live to listen that's too much to ask for most people. But I believe that every human being needs to listen consciously in order to live fully connected in space, and in time to the physical world around us connected understanding to each other not to mention spiritually connected because every spiritual path I know of has listening and contemplation at its heart. So I invite you to connect with me connect with each other take this mission out. Let's get listening taught in schools and transform the world in one generation to conscious listening world a world of connection of understanding and a world of peace. Thank you for listening to me today. Treasure is the chairman of the sound agents. He's got four TED talks all them pretty spectacular in all of them at Ted dot com. With. Here's mellow before scene. Things have never failed in my sound. Luck. Hey, thanks for listening to this episode extrasensory, if you missed any of it or you want to hear more or you wanna find out more about who is on it. You can visit Ted dot NPR dot org. 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Ep 123 - the hilarious Jessica Kirson

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Ep 123 - the hilarious Jessica Kirson

"Uh-huh what's going on and try their naked five call authorities and that's how we begin man. It's time once again for the OPIE radio PODCAST podcast and I've been wanting to talk to Jessica cursing for ever. Oh don't look at my notes now. I didn't look at your notes. I'm shocked that you just said my name right. Why because everyone says cure sin like I did show yeah and he said it the whole time and I don't correct people because I have such low self image? Whatever so you really happy that I send your name right well? It's weird I mean bill burr produced my comedy special and he said Pearson in the special literally literally and it's out there and I didn't even correct you know you've made it if bill burs working with after what you know you're an overnight sensation aren't suggest side now he's like he saw me perform a retraces benefit right right and he was like what the fuck cab. I haven't seen you in fifteen years. I worked my ass off claw. Me Out of nowhere was like you deserve special. I want to produce it. Oh Beulah so cool that he did that. I got scared that you took a peek in my notes because I anything prepare like Chris Farley. This would actually be kind of funny. Jewish lesbian. Imagine Kaik Dyke was in a sorority. I'll narrow sober so bad yeah. It's a fact this is my God. I was molested in fact Cam real. Yeah I say on stage. If anything's GONNA keep you fat. It's being molested in fact cab adulation I asked for because my clothes were tight couldn't go seriously it was. I was like fourteen fifteen so molested well. I can't say I was molested because I yes. I was a kid but I was participated in it. It was a counselor also. Also you want it wasn't like why are you you know but yeah I was underage. Yes and how old were wait. It was a he yeah so this was before you i. This is why I didn't come out for a long because I don't like labels. I mean I'm married to a woman but I never ever wanted to be seen as like a lesbian comic because they've been with men. Do I watched straight porn like I'm into both but I prefer women. Can I don't like labels but yourself a bisexual yes. I lean more towards Eh okay but now I'm like. Oh God it's tough. Oh really woman saying that but it really it's a lot like I'm very male and a lot of ways so it's hard what's tough about women women. I just deal with the whole passive aggressive. You know what's wrong. Nothing like I'm the you know a lot of times the guy in the relationship like she'll just shut down. I'm like what the fuck happened. What did I do? What's you know it takes a while so for me to be forgiven for like little thing the whole thing okay? I'm always doing the wrong thing. I'm always I'm not cleaning enough. I literally my friends talk to me and I'm like I go through the exact same thing I was going to end with fat campsie. It's at the end but now you gotTA. That's the beginning now. You've got to tell the story so you were fourteen. How old is he? How old was the counselor? I think thirtysomething Oh yeah I fucked up. I know I I'm going to say like twenty Kony twenty one word sort of I don't WanNa say it's more the problem was the problem I was fourteen or fifteen yeah and this has happened to a lot of my friends. Look how sad you look now. No this is Amy Candy said on his penis. Imagine Charleston Jews crotch now. Could you walk me through this. Yes I mean I I loved okay. If that's GONNA would probably not your listeners but there's always girls in the audience that are like I've changed my ways a little bit I got I got more females. Listen to me. That's good. It's kind of Nice. It's great. It's important you don't want one. I mean yeah in the crazy days of opie and Anthony would do all these live shows and stuff and you could count the women on one. I've opened for a lot of guys where it's like where and if the women go there they're not even into the comic you I know. They're doing it further boyfriend or husband exactly but I love I loved camp. It was that's why when people get upset that I went. I'm like I had the best time in my I really did have fun. I was with great kids because they were all insecure and fat yeah so they were overly nice because they were fat yeah so it was it was fun. So what was this had to be the eighteen eighties right yeah all right because I don't think you the the reason I ask that is because I don't think you could send your kid to something called fat camp anymore. They would have to name it something else under the guise that they're going away to maybe lose weight and get healthier overweight yeah. Can you imagine overweight cam yeah yeah. You can't say fat camp anymore but but it is fat Cam. I know it is and it's fucking amazing. I I really try to talk about it on stage with people get so upset but you know how funny it is every morning at six A._M.. Thank Benton and had a lineup. It was like a line of elephant we'd hold onto each other's drunks and we had to walk three miles a day yeah but I you know what I much well. They don't you get it where this is the best part it was. It's in the Berkshires in Massachusetts. My family has a house there so I grew up going there my whole life. It's a lot of Jewish people from New York New Jersey who have houses there so might might aunts and uncles my mom's dad's friends so they would drive by while I was walking. Oh my God yeah and they they were just like I just feel like a Mercedes go by amd Barbara Hijazi so but we it was a lot of fun and I was into sports. I wasn't even that FAG. I honestly think going to that and going. Nutritionists and being on stuff made me a lot heavier right wasn't even fat. I probably ten pounds I need because it puts a thought in your head and what was your mom who felt felt always both but mostly my dad he was ABC's obsessed with weight stuff. Yes yeah yeah a lot about looks and my family and was her goal at fat camp to lose a certain certain amount of pounds before you even in the summer and then you had a every Saturday you had to line up on L. in bathing suits yes in in the cafeteria in the whatever it's called the cafeteria. That's like biggest luna maintenance slaughterhouse. You're the best she's the best you don't laugh at your life. It's sad I mean because it was a great experience but I mean I'm sure it fucked me up for sure but why the bathing suit. That's you know what I try to wear as least as you possibly can weight so you weigh less yeah so maybe they would leave you. People would smuggle candy like it was drug deals like hey I got to they'll give you two twizzlers for that. Snickers it was I was not getting yeah so you gotTa tell me about the counselor and how that came about. We was very good looking and he I was a teen and I was insecure and he was very inappropriate and hit on me and I ended up fooling around with. I mean I didn't like have sex with him or anything but <hes> it yeah. That's what ended up. I think he he was thin so I mean after years later. I'm like why why did this guy work as a counselor at FAC. It wasn't even a nutritionist. Nothing could explain why he was a Chubby chaser right but also molester that term is okay anymore but it used to be called a Chubby so you don't say it if it's not a Jew worry about what you say and Dan got so much money. Don't matter yeah so does my father. I think that's why like I just I just do this for fun. Now I used to lose sleep worried about getting fired and writing about not saying the wrong thing. That was a joke but you know now it's true. I know what you I'm just like. I don't let people silence me. That's why I do this because I was talking to mark Norman the other day well. It's been what he just texted me. Oh really where to go up in the elevator elevator. Yeah we should invite him to do a little blurb Tessema us but <hes> yeah he's great we were talking about stuff and I said the word tranny and he went and he's a comic. That's pretty edgy is like you say that and I didn't even know that that's another word we're not it allowed to say I had no idea I didn't know that either really yeah. I didn't know you can't say tranny. I don't know I don't know what the right and wrong. I feel like it's all wrong now. I can. I feel like as long as there's not hate in your heart and I agree sure okay yeah I do too. There are some words. I don't think people should just be you know saying in front of kids and stuff. Oh yeah absolutely right but I still wouldn't sell them not to say it does that. Make sense like lately believe in free speech each but I encourage my kids to curse yeah I mean I don't encourage them to curse but I don't WanNa be that person the here curse word I have to shut down everything and explained to Mike. It's just words in the end I go look because they me and my wife curse a lot and we don't mean you too and they're and they're always on our case. You guys Kershaw and stuff and I'm like. I don't care if you guys hear curse words but I do care if you curse because you will get in trouble at school right but I don't want them to think it's such a powerful. Oh my God thing if they let a curse words. It's not it's not that I think you're right. If there's hate in your heart and you're saying in like a mean-spirited way it's I don't love it. Do you know you can't say Irish twins anymore. Now that's racist. Who said that some other person might have been desma show? Somebody told me you can't say I feel like I've heard him say that. Maybe it wasn't him then but someone said you can't say Irish twins. That's racist. Thank you can't Ansah. It really said that to me. I guess that means what Irish people fuck a lot. I have no yeah I mean they're wasted I I when I joke about Jewish people. Everyone gets upset not everyone but a a lot of people besides Jewish people Jewish people die laughing and other the Non Jews that probably hate us. I'm serious. They all go and I'm like I'm allowed to say this. These are my people all. I'm allowed to their so fucking stupid. It's crazy I mean I can't follow. I just can't follow the new and then it makes me darker I literally we'll talk about the Holocaust for ten minutes Yeah Jenny Audience Yeah. After after the win the whole election thing was going on and everyone was miserable and divided. I had the band at the comedy cellar for months. Bring me up to the Schindler's. They learned the pianist the boy with the striped pajamas every time what people went up to rap music and like A._C._d._C. feels like our like these horrible Holocaust songs good for you yeah. It was like fuck it to Piss out everything it does yeah so get back to the counselor. I'm sorry I need to know some of the details. I mean I remember he would just you know what he wanted to meet me like every night and I would be too afraid. I do remember that I I think I I don't remember a lot because I was such a drug addict but I <hes> fourteen your drug addict no I did when I wasn't in Camp I did. I started smoking pot and drinking a thirteen yeah. I know you think about your kids. You're like right around the corner now that stuff I I grew up in a very strict household so if we came home drunk or stoned all hell would break really scared US enough to not do that so that's probably the only reason like I had a late start and all that stuff what college yeah man. I didn't get high until pillows in college oh I did. I didn't start drinking until like seventeen. We really weren't allowed to date a nearly yeah so so I went hog wild when it went to college. Oh yeah yeah because the opposite happened of course now I now I'm free. I'm in Tennessee. Oh I'm like six seven hours from home and I didn't know what to do myself. That must've been unbelievable breaking seven days a week join a fraternity too. That's what I did having sex whenever I couldn't like it's crazy so whatever my mom was trying to accomplish it didn't work. That's what my mom and that's what they did with food. That's why tell people don't hide food from your kids. Let them eat what they want. I mean I know when they're really young the sugar and shit but like have stuff in the the house because if you don't there I I like rob my friends houses. I put a stocking over my head and take I'm not getting in the middle of the night. I would just like go there snack drawer and attack it because we had no food in the House I grew up <hes> one of seven kids. Sometimes eight sometimes nine we gotta get into our family lives because that's that's where I can relate to you too mom. That's a little little nutty and all that and we had no money so I made friends with people that had like Wonder Brad and soda me to go over their house and have like a wonder bread butter. You'd have money for what we had pepperidge farm bread that was in the bed because it was almost old and they were gonNA thrown in the dumpster. It was like the last stop before the dumps dry right. That's the bread. My mom got rotten food. A Lot. I slipped up every of bruised my mother's when she would drive drive car pool for Hebrew school she would hand all the kids like with apple that looked like she ran over it with. Everyone else gave out all these amazing things and my mom was so embarrassing but disres- stuff to supermarket used to do there is a fruit section and the bruised apples were less money aw yes so that's very neglected and what about the the cans that the Dent Cantu it out the labels and it was kind of a surprise when you came home like Oh do you want. Reports sugar on bread yeah just I would take whatever was in the house well. No my grandma had a beach house in Wading River. I know you live on Long Island and I have so many cousins on one side like twenty something so our lunch was margarine sandwiches with sugar poured over the is to eat that all the time with sugar and I know so good. I'm going to move on from the the fat camp. I guess but I mean you see I just I. I remember him like like it was started with. Just WanNA massage that that's how it started. I guess the only question to ask is were you mentally scarred from that. I'm sure I was but at the time I was just like whatever like I never dealt with things. At the time I still have a hard time with that. You know I can go through something and then months later it starts affecting me and I'm like Oh wait. I never dealt with that situation because I'm thinking and this is you gotta be careful. How you Utah say this stuff but when I was like fourteen or fifteen we all were dreaming of having sex with our you know the female teachers the hot female and if that happened I don't think I would be mentally scarred but then if my son came home at fourteen and confess to me that he just had sex with his <hes> thirty something year old teacher I would lose my mind? I know I don't I don't know I knew it was inappropriate right but I don't know if I was mentally scarred. At the time I mean over the years in my life other things happen so that became a little more intense for me sure but at the time I wasn't like freaking out or upset about it all right. I didn't even think twice about it. We gotta move onto so so your mom's at therapist and what I what I find fascinating about us that not only was she a therapist. She'll she did it at at the house she saw it is fascinating. I think she saw clients in the basement of our house my entire life so I had to be quiet every day and she was helping the world. I mean she was like a huge therapist but we were struggling a lot so that's very common with kids of therapists. Were there helping so many other people in the kids are like I lo- also they're too busy help. That's happens a lot and then the kid is just running yeah yeah there so and there were no cellphones or anything so the clients would just come to the house and a lot of time. She would forget they were coming. I have the funniest stories you're not even so a woman wants came to the House and she's like okay. I'm here to see Elaine so I took her down to my mom's office and my my mom told me that my this is amazing. My Mom told me that organizer was coming. She always has organizers sway people. You know she's like it's like <hes> the the fockers like Barbara streisand. That's my mom like no kid totally hippie so this woman came and I took her down to the basement. I was like okay. She wants you to clean out this closet dual. I start showing a handing her plastic bag. She was my mother like it was like a constant Sitcom of just the people in the house and I would like cater to them because my mom wouldn't show up. She wouldn't remind even write down when they were coming so they wait for hours and you were just I always feel bad for them so you would have to entertain the I'd be like you want anything to drink do you. I mean it was I was so angry. Were you most such an angry with their mental illness. Could you imagine allow like the other. Your father hates you. But were you ever scared with the people coming through I mean because she went to groups groups like on weekends. She would do like a bonding weekend. These people with no shoes on would just be walking around the house the strangers it was crazy. That's where we're kind of similar. My my dad wanted to help the world so he would bring people home from the local Michael Barr and then they would be tenants because my mom is always worried about money so as as we slowly start moving out of the house seven of US eight sometimes nine we were always bringing in people I have a well. She was assistant for like four or five years. One one day this girl Karen is live with us and she has kind of like strawberry blonde hair like the rest of us and my parents she sixteen years old introduces us as this is your sister. I'm like what at six exteriors and it turned out that my older sister was her good friend and Karen's father was remarrying and the new woman said it's either me or your daughter and the guy picks the new wife over the daughter order so she had nowhere to live so we dragged her in and and they labeled her one of my sisters instead of that's incredible instead of instead of like look this is Karen. She needs a place to stay like we did cement work all around in our house and we put the initials in for for all for eternity basically and and her initials in there as as one of us. Do you still talk to her. No because my mom like is just bat shit crazy so Karen couldn't didn't get along with her so one day I remember being in the kitchen. I'm just a kid I can't I can't be more than twelve maybe thirteen and Cairns and tears and a white pick-up truck pulls into the driveway. Maybe Karen it. Maybe I should talk to your mom about this. I've had that too. It's an abandonment and they loaded the truck. It was her boyfriend. She hugged us all goodbye and that's it. That's crazy lizzy again but I don't judge anything because my life has been craig. It's also been insane. Yeah I mean I get it but that's like this is your sister and then she's gone one day right and then you know she basically said fuck this shit. I can't take it anymore. She laughed rather be homeless exactly and then they just had all these tenants and some were drug dealers like my mom ago Greg wise all my spoons <hes> burnt guy swear to God i believe you and some some of the rooms had burn marks in the rug while doing therapy would you now. That's what happened and my mom. My mom just had no clue. Who The hell are you inviting to live into to our home but she wanted that two hundred bucks? It's a week from these people and then there was another one that stole my twin. Brothers is a brand new bikes because they need money for drugs. There was another one that O._D.. In the woods at my brother pretty much saved was only fourteen or fifteen years years old and the new parents religious we started Catholic started might end up. I mean I'm spiritual now. I know you like your parents. Didn't they always Catholic or did they changed religions well well. I was just talking about this last night which is funny so my mom had six berths in five years. Oh my God and the last ones were twins okay and she had all these kids because we'll talk about you again Jessica. We'll get we'll get back to you so my my mom would call the church. I remember these phone calls screaming and yelling at the priest you told me to have all these God did kids now help me now and then openly admit that she didn't want all these kids. I was the first one so I would look at my younger brother's like she's talking about. You guys. You know that right not be because I was I the end that's such a hard hard thing to hear. How do I get rid of them so she kind of turned her back on the Church and my dad was very spiritual but not so religious by the end of his life but then there is a Vietnam vet came into the house and he would have flashbacks backs is interesting? She would bring all these people in that. It wasn't safe for the kids because she didn't really know them obviously and they were drugged. I mean we weren't safe yeah in front of my mom yeah I know about. Can you understood crazy so to her. She would have all this small talk in the kitchen with these people and we're all looking around like what the fuck what am I gonNa Die Scary and then she had just so I could finish this and I apologize. I didn't think we're GONNA talk about this now and there was a attendant that thought my brother worked for the CIA and kept going my mom like he worked for the CIA. What is he doing here? Am I getting arrested and doing this guy just wanted a room and my brother would come by just to you know do things around the house and stuff so my brothers in the attic and this guy's in in his room and my brother puts his foot through the the ceiling and he goes man and he puts his foot up and there's the guy that thinks he's in the C._I._A.. Looking looking up and goes on the I my brother's looking down from the attic after putting his foot through the ceiling and then and then finally it all ended one day the Suffolk County police come to my parents House and this was my dad died in front of the House we grew up in you know we got the house when I was five and horrific car accident in front of my house my dad so then my mom's still living at his house and the Suffolk County police come by and go do you know Blah Blah and my mom goes yeah of course he's a very nice man. He lives up stairs. He pays rent on time all right very nice mass murderer so the cops go well. He the <hes> he's dead he <hes> he decided to pull his car up on the tracks in Green Lawn and he got run over by a train and that was this proves the point to me that you never know someone story yeah it's really true yeah and then they went up to his room and he had the suicide note. It was all planned and I think he left a note on his car as well and and that was finally it for the the tenants could sit back and go. How are you Jessica? He'll know what I'm saying is is like as a comic a lot of times for years. I would look at the audience like this. Tonight doesn't like me this guy and then I realized Oh my God people have their stuff like the he went to a funeral today. I don't know of course rue so I stopped taking everything so seriously. It really changed it for me yeah because I don't take things as seriously anymore because some of your videos online or you're dealing with hecklers you are like probably one of the best at dealing with I'm not I really have dealt with it so many times that I and I warn people now I'm like I'm just letting you know that. This is not going to end well for you so I'm giving you a warning for you but I I don't react to people on the phone or if they say something nice like I literally let it go now. I'm you know some some people every single thing someone does their constantly reacting and I just it's a waste of time I went through a lot of therapy and I'm all about living in the moment now in the present you know I don't I try not to worry about the past. I'm not perfect and I try not to worry about the future you're not supposed to you really will be happy if you just try to live in the moment. It's very hard. It's very hard for everybody you know but <hes> it's it's the it's the place to be so anyway. I do want to say I was going to say this and it's it's bad but I'll say differently I was going to say you're the funniest female comic out there and he's going to say no. That's an insult you are but you're one of the top the funniest comics out thank you well you know I think it was no bill. Burr said to me the he's like I was talking. I think it was gaffe again or I don't remember we were talking to but he said that I'm not a female comic. Come on. I'm just a comic if they don't. I don't think any of those guys looked at me as a female comic right and I always wanted I always appeal to men on purpose. Just talk about stuff that women go through. It does not work. I think that's I think that's where people have a problem with female comics when they just talking about their overbearing mother there. You know what I mean. It's the same to there being a woman dealing with but when I've seen you over the years yes ask your anyone can relate to you. It's not like you're pushing your agenda toward a female. I think we're lesbian audience. Now I in fact lesbians a lot of times get very offended by me really why because a lot of the older like Bucci Lesbians hands-on. I don't appreciate when you talk about you know it's like again. You can't don't tell me what I can and can't talk about. Don't come to my show like I'm not that's why I do this so that I can say whatever I want of course if you don't like it don't ever come again. The most complaints I've gotten are from <hes> I say older lesbians and a lot of times of course like Orthodox people <hes> people like that who just get very ten which is a very lonely feeling because they're quote unquote not Orthodox but they're my group of you know. They're my groups that should I feel like be. They turn on me a lot what they get really overly sensitive and a lot of times about nothing not even like I'm you know I do really the good characters and now even when I do a impersonation of a black person there's there's some black comic like they go off on me. I'm like I'm doing a character. I'm not saying anything offensive. I'm doing a character. I do a ton of them. Well you said something. That's very important in there. You said other comics are giving you shit about that I- Hayes on tires not a lot but there have there are a handful seems like I get very judgmental and and politically correct and it's like but your I._R._A.. You a comic your own peers you guys all should be sticking together. It's going to be coming from the comets because you've got enough people coming after you out there in the real world and now comics getting involved ago. Oh you can't really do the black boys because you're not black and you buy this because you're not then. It's like no man everything pretty much anything. She go as long as they're funny right. Yes I really believe that as long as it's not mean spirited. It's just I'm making being a joke of something but it's not there's nothing there's no malice behind it at all. That's why it pisses me off. It's it's like accusing me of something. I'm not even feeling or doing. Have you noticed that has changed over the years. Oh my God it's gotten so much much worse because of everything going on now right so much worse. That's just too bad yeah yeah by the way I love your Jewish lady an impression yeah. That's my whole family. That's what I'm saying like. I Make Fun of my own people more than I do anybody body you know it's just it's I told a hilarious story yesterday but it's really true that my grandmother brought ten people to see me in Florida. It was the place set two thousand people. There are probably four hundred people there. It's a big you you notice that a lot with three hundred people and their ninety one hundred I mean it's insane how old they are in South Florida and Sarah Silverman's father came. This is so random. She's like my father is coming to your show in Florida I'm like I don't think that's the show he you should really see because I knew it was going to be a disaster and then I had some sorority sisters there from University of Maryland and my grandmother brought ten people from her development in Florida the great strength so I go up and eat my when I tell tell you it was by far to this day. One of the worst five shows I ever did people walked out. I didn't get one. I couldn't get out of it. I tried everything and then I get off and I say to Greg Rogue L. and Dan Adamant and all these guys. I'm like that was. Is Horrific and they're like whatever was nup. They wouldn't acknowledge it and then my sorority sisters came back and they're like that was so funny. I'm like am I on acid because that was har I mean that was bad like really bad and then Sarah Silverman's father comes back and he's like oh it was it was good. You did a good job funny. My grandmother walks in with these like I don't know nine or ten old Jews and they all stand in a circle around me like half circle and she they none on an even smiling and she looks me. That was horrible what happened you embarrassed me in front of my friend and I hugged her. I was like thank you for being honest. You wanted to hear I love the honesty of old like with that makeup disgusting like I feel like they're the only honest people it's little kids and very old. That's always say I've been trying to write a bit about it because drew. Oh my kids would be like your fat. Yeah go point out everything that's wrong me on. My skin is ugly right. You Got Bubis of working on it. I know I'm like Mama. You smell <music>. I'm like what do I smell like. That's right. It's we got to work on that kids. You know yeah so but you you were with a lot of men before you came out of the closet yeah yeah and when I went to Maryland I was. I was in the fraternity sorority things so that's an I drank. I drank pitchers of beer a night and then to parties and yeah I never minded sex with men. I just couldn't fall in love with a man. That's really the truth right. It's not that I didn't enjoy the sex I just tried exactly I tried to date and get serious and I just always just wanted to be with my friends. Isn't it hard most of my closest friends or guys like I relate to men a lot but isn't it hard to be connected emotionally in college anyway between all the Party and does just I know much meat in high school and stay in love. I'm like what you know who you are. Oh how how is pledging the pledge was really scary still yeah but it wasn't like guys. It was more emotionally abusive. I'll maybe not even a Buick Mingo away. Well now yeah a little bit. I was very annoying annoying like every time I walked into the House I had a look in the mirror and like my name was Yogi the bear so he'd be like hey every even if I was in a bad mood or I to carry around candy and if I saw a sister give it to them and was just treated like shit right but then I was the hell master I for years a really I was really into the sorority enjoyed it. I Love I had so much fun just torturing girls well I had. I made it funny but I I just I love being I mean it's so embarrassing to say that but I really low university of Maryland is such a big school and I feel like it really narrowed it down. I I made like they're still my sisters to this day. They come to my shows all the time. I feel like they're I'm closer to them than I am with friends. I made ten years with my fraternity brothers so weird like you're attached <hes> for life yeah every once in a while I talk about pledging on on the podcasts or my old radio show and get scared scared because it was like Yo talk about pledging and I'm like an older guy now and I'm thinking you know they're going to like yeah. You're GONNA hit with a pass for for giving away the secrets of our I. I think it was scary. Some of the stuff is really yeah. They would get really drunk drops off and depending on how much they hated you you know every year one of the pledges would end up in Canada without a without a license or passport or anything and and the whole thing was they took everything your license money money and how did and you just had a hitch hike and hope that you know serial killer wasn't coming along. It was genocea so it's all like farms and exactly really desolate so you know I I remember the you. Drop me off in a field with two guys and I'm like we're blindfolded. We're hi it's fog and we could barely walk. They really got messed up and it was like the Middle Winter and and they're like cow to a hundred before you take the blindfolds I pulled off and I'm the idiot like one to two guys. They're not here. Let's take the blindfolds off and maybe we could see what direction the cars going in right. I'd take that blindfold autism. There's a brother the two inches from my face the car then the guy's always with they were mad because now they took as further but did they physically physically do stuff. I mean I know what you mean. It's more it was weird. Yeah I know there was weird stuff. You WanNa know one yeah we had a bomb the decay house and that meant getting naked taking up a marshmallow with our cheeks yeah it was floor and then they would say okay. You're over the D.. Chaos Al dropped what I just want to drink a couple beers and maybe have sex sorority girl what's wiser marshmallow in my like how how is this. Someone just made this up because they're sick or is it something the brothers did for years before. Probably they did it for years. It's say right yeah I mean I felt like that was a lot of stuff that happened to everybody buddy and then they were talking about how <hes> one of the sororities was the Egos and you know we had a party with the Egos last night and one of them didn't flush the toilet and we'd be blindfolded. We'd have to reach into the toilet and make sure the duty went down properly that you say okay duty because that's what my family no one and you're not Jewish because most you kind of funny I was funny my Granddad Gav Jamaica to to make a Tutti or you have to make who estimate and then I learned like after after the fact the way they did it was it was bananas but if they didn't like you I had reached a toilet also okay blindfolded. I remember the minute you said that I'm like I definite- brought back memories. Of course I freaked out. I was like what am I squeezing and then but you'll learn like every pledge class. There's guys they just didn't like so then there was always one brother trying to get one good log done for for that particular thing so everyone else had the bananas and the One guy they really in lake log. O._U.'s working is recipe all week trying to make sure it was a nice solid Warren. I bid you have to admit the laughing is like any nothing you've ever I. We laughed so much I gotta say I I I was a catty growing up so every day I would walk the golf course talking to different people and I think that helped me become a talk show host but the other thing and I haven't really talked about it a lot. I was a fig in GENOCEA. We had this back room where we'll get high but it was like it was like four couches in a giant square and everyone would sit in there and just shoot the shit and try to be funny and try to be interesting and tell stories and stuff and I think that really helped me as well yeah it probably did you know 'cause 'cause you know I mean you wanted to try to get everyone did laughing and stuff in that room so anyway so so. What did you decide? You wanted to be lesbian. Oh my God that's hilarious. I never wanted to say hey. I'm glad you're asking these questions. People don't know I to this day. I wish I didn't you know that's why when people say oh people choose it. It's like why would I choose a much charter life because it is. I live on Long Island. I'm not talking to walk around where I live holding hands with Danielle. She's very attractive on Long Island. You still won't do now no way long conservative there. It is long island yeah it is I mean there are certain towns that are no. I've they've Nah. I don't think I've ever seen two people the same sex I'm from the Huntington area. That's different Huntington's a little stupid. I get confused because you know I've been in New York City now. Since two thousand two ish and you see everything so it doesn't take every twice anymore so when you say something like that you're not even holding hands with your now who are married to with children that now because it's not there's surprises me yeah. There's no point in doing it because it's just going to. Why would I wanNA get looks six and I feel like an I give people credit that they do it to be kind of like fuck you? You know in peoples face you don't want me do. I'm GonNa do it now but I feel like I don't just don't even want that attention and I never want my children to get looks looks or be judged ever. Why are you surprised me today? I thought Long Island was a little more open by now. It's not interesting jerseys more open. I think and I'll with it and I'm with you. Why would someone choose now that lifestyle? It's it's it's a lot harder to go through life. God My wife went through hell coming out. She was like the only girl of four kids Irish Catholic and Italian. You know a student masters degree very pretty like starch. She played softball for first base for Saint John's like and then she had to tell her apparent was horrible horrible okay nine I but they did and now they're fine. They're amazing to me but it was very it was much harder for them than my parents didn't care they just cared because of what I'd have to experience. They didn't want me to be judged or ridiculed or that's that would be my concern due course so it's it's not <hes> I guess when I was in my twenty s I just started dating women have been with guys since but not in a relationship girlfriend a in college it was I mean I was a senior and she was the freshman. It was the first it's a great story. It's like a soft porn because neither one of US had ever yeah the I remember we like locked. She was very pretty. I always go for feminine. If I were to be with a really bushy when my would be the guy right because they've addict chemistry down for a second so you're in college and and you lock eyes and you know why he was pledging okay my sorority and you're thinking wow I'm really attracted to her. I'm going. I'm attracted to her. I'm thinking she's so pretty okay. I didn't think that yet you know is very confused. I was like so the feeling pretty well. That's okay jumping on here. I apologize but but it's fascinating to me so yeah it is so you're getting these feelings. Go whoa what's what's this. I always wanted to be with her. She always wanted to be with me and we would literally sit in my car. I know this sounds crazy and just stare at each other for hours. It's insane to me. Now that's cool. It was very cool. Did you have music on yeah sometimes and sometimes it was just silent and we never wanted to like leave each other's side but it wasn't a sexual thing. Would you guys talk in the car stereo talk for hours to but there were times we would just stare at each other so how did do you WanNa kiss her at that point I did but I was petrified. No one was gay when we were you know. No one was out in high school. That was not something you knew who is gay because they've like Isla yeah well now I now I know right even back then but like on the track team and this this guy was really good at speed walking really good else like really good really hippie. I know I'm being very stereotypical. I want acknowledged. I don't I don't get offended by a big fan of the gay community don't worry yeah but I do have to say that he was so hippy and I remember thinking myself. That's really weird indication Haitian. I had in highschool that he might be. I mean you would say back with God different with guys. I would say that in my head I be like that guy is very feminine. He must be gay but with girl even with a butch I never I thought that right but fast forward a whole bunch of years and you find out he is and like Oh the speed walking sorry you keep Sachet. You could be Kane masculine to I'm. I'm more of Congress. That's the whole thing like I didn't do anything right and then we went home for Christmas break. This is a great story and we drank wine in my house and my mom's house and smoke pot and we were wrestling. Oh and I know it's a great story. Thank you thank you so pretty right gorgeous. She's a therapist also and so is my wife crazy. I'm my brother just did my podcast and he said I used to when he was because he's younger Hungary's my half brother and he'd be like when I was an ice cream. Bring all these girls Zach. No was now my brother Josh. I have a brother or yeah yeah you got like <hes> I have to have four steps in one right so <hes> but he was like he would always wonder like who are these girls at just score would come home with and then we just made out and then we both freaked out. We both freaked out. We're like okay like it was really scared. Yeah I didn't know what was going on. But did you want more of that at that point of course but I was like what is happening and who is. Why am I doing this and still for years just said it was her wasn't it was just her? That's what a lot of people say in the beginning whether she was a man or a woman I would you know right secret for years and then when I finally told my parents and my sister they literally thought I was dying the way I said it I was crying. I'm like you're never going to speak to me. I don't know what to do and they were like yeah. We know my parents. My mom was like every time Melissa leaves your sopping not your so you were. You must have been relieved that they took it well because there's a lot of families out there around. I am so lucky not only them my entire family not one for my grandmother. It was a little like a thaw the you know he made you get you know because he would yell allot whatever but then then she was so incredible with my mic it everyone I mean that's all they would. I come from a very cool family that way your grandma's a special eighty two because he was amazing because you went to school to be a therapist right and there's N._y._U.. For a Master's in social work yeah and then she was I was sitting with my cousins and my sister and she was looking at me and she called me over to her and she said you need to be a comedian. Every time you're with people they're laughing and I would have never done it. I was petrified petrified. How old were you at this point twenty nine? Oh you started that lady. I did no kidding. I was petrified. I was actually vomiting before the show. I was so scared but I was an open Mike Now I._D.. Caroline's I did like it was a bringer show you know like a graduation show from class and and you're puking backstage the day of I throw I was so nervous. Service I've never been that nervous. Do you remember when I've done stadiums like you know the Dennis leary one in Boston I just opened for bill in Pittsburgh and those are scary. You say how many people I get yeah just anything I haven't done a lot. I get pretty nervous about I over the years. When we're in front of big crowds I found it easier because it was almost like faceless? It is do little things here and there in comedy clubs like just these people staring Aruna us. I know God so you find it the opposite I think now even after I did the one last week it's a little more comfortable but I made the mistake of going onstage with Bobby Kelly in Boston and looking at the stadium empty right and I should have never done that. It was unreal like the lights were on. I'm like Holy Shit. I don't know how many seats fifteen sixteen thousand or more I don't know right. I was freaking out Yeah and plus. When you're performing with guys like that right now you can you can hold her? It's more nerve wracking when you're on a lineup with those thriller and Right Lenny Clark and this one and that you know my favorite he's I think think he's by far one of the best comics little time you remember absolutely I put him up there on my top D my my list of the top guys and gals where I was going to say. Oh do you remember your first set of Caroline's like it happened yesterday. Yeah did he do well. I did okay for a comic that did you know I show but when I've seen it I've I'm like that was terrific. I'm like you know when you get gas and you don't trust the guy is giving you as much as you're supposed to get. I mean it wasn't even jokes but I did some characters I had like thirty five family members and friends there so it was very supportive and then I remember doing open mics and being like what the hell was. I thinking this is not easy. What was the thing Caroline's that said you know what I tried it because a lot of people will try it and then say that the second was at the laugh power the power of it was having having a microphone and being above people being able to say whatever I want? It was really a powerful thing right. That's what I love about. <hes> doing the radio show Oh yeah I'm like this world is nuts and if I can't tell people how nuts what's the world is I will go craze well. Yeah I feel the same way. I don't talk about politics or any me too. I don't do it for a while. I get very down an anxious to very therapeutic for me yeah. You don't talk politics bar but there's one thing I do want to bring up. You'll be okay with this so Robert. Deniro recruits you for that movie. The comedian saw me perform and flipped out. Did he see you when you were to sell her to seller in your back was turned to the ground the point yeah which by the way is a really thing you. I'm surprised no one has ever done that. Metoo no offense no. I'm shocked to get so free who've tried to like steal it which it will never work because it's my thing but <hes> could you explain to the people be sure I do my act and then when something I feel uncomfortable or something doesn't go the way I feel like it should or whatever I turn my back to the audience and I talked to the wall. I kind of bend over and I have a conversation with myself so it's an internal monologue like it's okay. You know you're very talented. You work hard. You can eat in the car. No one will know like I am. That's the other thing I'm very honest on stage and I feel like that's the only way to be how many how many years did it take for you to be honest onstage longtime. It does a really long time. I'm still trying to find my voice all these years later. I think I'm getting closer to my true self. Finally more you work on yourself. The more you find that a lot of therapies were all metoo super soul Sunday. Yeah people basically tell me you stop saying that you listen to Oprah Winfrey super soul all Sunday by love that you do. That's my that's my church. I'm very spiritual very very like I if I didn't have that I couldn't function I literally before I do big shows awesome. Thank God just take away. Take me out of this. I I like to be in the rebel and go and I'm not religious spiritual and then the more you get into spirituality like fuck. It's pretty religious. It is religious but not you don't have to go into the hall and Cybele and all that stuff it's it's religion without all the structure right right well without all the analytical people just giving their opinion about without all the bullshit yeah. That's what I mean gene right so back to you. Turn your back to the audience and I do want to mention like you'll talk about. Stop Eating Salads. No one's believing say you know you need to stop eating salads and public nope. It's it's not it's not worth everyone. Everyone knows you go home and fuck your throat with the sleeve of Oreo right then people. Some people get tense and I'm like it's okay. I keep the wrapper on. It's so insane. Do People Squirm orman their seats when you do that. Sometimes I like men die laughing and I say shit like that and then I'll if I see people getting tens. I'll go even deeper into I'll be like oh when when I go on porn sites I put in face. It's fucking brutal. I like when a moving looks like she's going to die. I will keep going even further and further and further because I can't stand when people get uptight especially when women do that. It's it's like especially in the comedy club. You're supposed to just like just go with it. It's almost like that's why I hate when people go after comedians and stuff. It's like this is like I almost want to say. It's a fantasy world. Anything goes into Comedy Club just because you save this type of stuff onstage doesn't mean you act like this when you walk in the streets of New York City but for some reason that line has been blurred they people don't get I mean a lot do but they're definitely people who take every single thing you say seriously. It's incredible. Could you do the oatmeal onto I I don't mean to request. That's okay. I say I turn around and I'm like oatmeal healthy unless you add six cups of brown sugar than it becomes pie and you eight seven pies this morning. You're a fucking. I animal just turns around like okay anyway. I love it's anyway and I don't even address it ally people of course there's people dying laughing and then there's some people who think I belong in a home right. I mean you have to understand like some. People can't go there you're like why is she talking herself right. What is she doing? It's I got to give you a compliment. Because since I was a little kid I would I would listen to teach John Records and then Bill Cosby who I think is a great storyteller and then I moved onto Carlin and and then Kennison and all this and you feel like I've been around comedy with the Radio Show all these years I feel like I've seen everything and that is such a unique Brill Yankee thing that on my ass how something new that no one Elsa thought of before you huge compliment. It took me years to make it funny because I had a realize when to do it. It doesn't work if I'm doing well right like if I'm killing right and then I turn around. It never gets a layoff so you did it as <music> as a defense. Almost I'm bombing. What can I di- did? It's like a I used to teach commoner. I would tell people you need bomb lines right ways to get out of it because so many comics ago keep talking. I'm like this is not going well right so you need to address that. It's not not going well yeah and then I realize it's a way of turning the shell around if it's not going well yeah is to say this is not going like just to be honest right so that leads to Deniro he saw you actually with your back turned and he was <hes> getting ready to do this. Movie <hes> the comedian and and then walk us through that all sudden who is unbelievable. He literally came with Taylor ACKFORD. WHO's a huge director and then? I didn't even know oh I knew they were. They are so I when I turned around like it doesn't matter WHO's here. You're never gonNA make it. No one's going to help you and they were. I heard them laughing in the corner because it was you know anyone who's in the industry laugh at that. I'm like thank God your father has money. You're GonNa like and and then I got a call that Saturday was in Florida doing Jewish gig old Jewish people at my father's apartment and I get a call twelve pm on a Saturday from Taylor Ackford as like hello just this Taylor Akron. I'm like I have no idea who he is. I don't know anyone has I could give a shit to be honest with you. Oh so he's like yeah Bob and I would like to meet you on Wednesday A and I'm like <hes> do as I said and he's like Bob. De Niro and I'm like okay sure it was so crazy and I went in. Did you think it was a prank. No now I'd heard that he was hanging out at the comedy cellar saying I knew they were making a movie but I went in and met with them and like Harvey Kyw. Tell walks in and he's like should I have this kind of mustache. What are you thinking to the director? I mean it was so <unk> surreal. I ended up talking to them for three hours. He just we connected Deniro and I completely connected and I was not impressed meaning I wasn't I didn't kiss his right. I don't know why I uneven phase me. You weren't sitting there was another man to me. I don't know why it never lets so cool. I think he liked that a lot because I wasn't like being fake and we talked for a really long time and they hired me to to meet with him every morning and teach them how to do comedy how to use a Mike and they were just going to ask me to do a scene. That was the reason why they wanted to meet with me then ended up to make a very long story short I met with him every day the comedy cellar I taught him. I wrote for the movie I I wrote a lot of it and I became an associate producer and was in on every scene. He insisted that I was in every meeting. You believe this with the producers answers who are like who the fuck is this girl wow and he was like where's Jessica you just trust and you totally trusted me and like he had to do a as a intimate scene with Leslie man who I became very friendly with two and Danny Devito they were all in it I became friends with all of them. Eighty Falco tons of them and he went into a room with Bob and Leslie alone and told them what to do so if you see the movie the comedian a a lot of that is ideas and I was in his ear the whole movie so he had A. I was GonNa ask you that they gave sane him an earpiece. I was at a Mike so I was talking through every scene like especially when he was doing standup like you you know look at this side. Do this do that so when I watched it I was like Oh my God. That's my line. I said that he was it's crazy so there's a lot of I was in it too right but there's a lot of Improv because you're giving but that's my bet so that's <music> you're thing but for someone to trust you enough to allow you to do that is just he did and then he went on a really hit me when he went on camel and Fallon and all those shows and said my name that's when I was like Oh my God Robert Deniro just said my name on he's like well. Jessica Kirsten helped me and taught me and wrote for Mayo and I I was thinking wow that's so he's now. It's everything comes full circle. My stepbrother is Zach Braff and he starring in a movie with him so the two of them are in New Mexico and Deniro keeps saying I love Jessica you know she's Great. You get a text from every once in a while or you know. He is not a texter he has. I know this. It sounds so simple. He has so much on his plate. It is unbelievable. He has six kids and he's very involved he has he has a now. She must be eight or nine. Her name is Helen. He has a very autistic son. Bad who's away during the week and comes home on the weekends. He has twin boys. I became friends with his daughter and he has six and he's not you know he's involved with everything right. So that's pretty amazing. Ah I started this by saying this one question about politics and I I think I heard you on somewhere wanted to give some credit but <hes> during the filming of that movie in the trailer. He's screaming at the T._v.. Because the trump screaming could you take a pizza ship Pussy Faggot like I'm real when I need have no shirt on he's an amazing shave. You'd be shocked uh-huh cut his and he has tattoos and faintness we pop in and he's pointing at the dam to like go over lines and he would just be watching and flipping out so when I saw that video of him I was like yeah I watched it all the time and you're trying to get things done and him so I mean it's real. It's no secret that's why I'm bringing it up. I know then when the movie came out he was very verbal about that and it probably in fact you know there was a trend on twitter but not ban. What is it when you when you what Yeah Boycott Brian Deniro boycott the comedian right so that was tough and we're just came out but that's just it was it was just visualizing him no-shirt on kind of with his makeup almost yeah and this incredible trailer like beautiful believable wow that he custom? It's just unbelievable. What an experience? That's so I would sit in with them a lot and just be like what am I doing here because it was top Hollywood producers and stuff right but I learned so much and another thing I learned to speak up for myself. The first day I walked into Brooklyn into a diner he was doing a scene with <hes> devito. Danny Devito and I walk in and I'm a nervous I like I never worked on a movie set and Deniro comes up and he goes Jimmy Lyon Line for the scene so I give him a line and he does it and Danny Devito starts laughing so tale Taylor got furious. It's like you can't just go and puck and get align and he's like you get added to me and Deniro said if you ever fuck and talked to her like that it was the first day I was there. It was like I will walk off this. He was very like that. That's also what you think is of very quiet yeah and if he doesn't of course because he's so famous I mean I would walk down the street with him and it's insane. It's the top of the there's no that can't go a step now but in New York colada celebrities walk around and most don't even notice like a lot didn't notice but when people did they freak out right. I've seen a lot of celebrities in my neighborhood over the years. There's only been Yoko Ono when she used to walk around. On the Upper West side people would follower make leave. They're not but all of a sudden there'd be one hundred people like a block away all casually like. I don't think he's noticing that I'm following her Frie- will blocks and then Keanu reeves walk yeah walk down Columbus Avenue want people will come out of stores you see him laugh name as but I mean Deniro is like and he's right up there to kind of like emotional when they see him because he's such an icon and for Real Alec Baldwin he used to who let's just say he would he had come to my neighborhood for something. Let's just say that and he would walk in the street to avoid people in the street like it's just incredible he he would rather other get hit by a car then deal with the average New Yorker everything they say about Alec Baldwin is the True Yeah. I'm surprised he hasn't punched more people in the face over the years and then as ing with his brothers how divided they are. Billy's a great guy had most of all my shows it was oh I love billy on twitter. He's great on and then doesn't Hoffman once with flowers. Just look it up looking for an address like just like lost and confused. That's just no one knew as Dustin Hoffman looking for dress with a bouquet of flowers yeah. I'm trying to think of how you know what I got very star Struck. When Madonna walked into the cellar? I freaked that was like if I met Oprah I would freak out or you know a huge which politician right but very few people. I don't know it didn't faze me. Are you stop trump called radio show he I bad yeah and we used to make fun of them and he he was funny. I mean he was funny on the show rate for Radio Ryan yeah up but soon as I'll say this and I don I try to stay away from politics as well but I'll say this like Susan. We hung up idiot nine. Oh every I'm like he just gave his gray radio but this guy is full of Shit and so full of himself. It's obvious that's my biggest. What do you say that then? You're a snowflake lip tar. I lived at the guy now now. No you're himself. Point is is that he he gets upset like he went off on the soccer Blair like who care I think for comics and actors and actresses were like get over it. I mean when I read Shit right that is said about me. I'll do comedy on T._v.. And someone look. I hope she dies someone. I I made a funny video of me singing in a car. This is a true size baby. It has no that's one of them but this one has seven point five million views. I think I sang a Jennifer like and I'm telling you like a black woman and someone wrote. I hate her so much I hope she it's a tree and dies on impact and I swear like a year ago. There were twenty five thousand likes like there must be like fifty thousand or more. There's so so many angry people but what I'm saying if I reacted to every single thing that has been said about I mean mean Shit like you know sure you've seen it all so you can't. It makes you look so pathetic right. I used to go off on people I used to every time someone commented I go to their page. Find the worst picture and blow it up if you go on facebook page so many and I'd be like I want you I want you to come on my like horrible like or they're crazy. Guy would go crazy on them and and my sister said to me you realize how stupid you look like she was honest she goes when you respond and makes you look so much less like less than like not it's tough though it's very hard but it's tough to just <hes> you know turn around and try to ignore that stuff it is. I've gotten way better yeah. I think we went through a period. I was just as bad as everyone else but now it's like I want to go play with my kids or go fish or pull out my pulled my hamstring really bad yeah. Oh How's your daughter so my daughter Isabella she's three and a half and she was born with heart disease Aziz crazy she had open heart surgery six days old since and she said three and then and a balloon insane she has a very rare heart disease choose born with one valve. I know it's crazy so she has like artificial and damage. Whatever she's doing great she you would never know if you looked at her? I mean she has a ton of scars but you would never know but she needs more open heart surgeries for what a bunch more because she the tube tube that she has his temporary and it's a cow's jugular and the other the other valve is very damaged. It's called trunk arterioles so it looks like a trunk. It's all mangled and yeah let me tell you when you go through that Shit. It makes everything else so much less important it's I. I don't know I stopped getting so upset about career stuff. I was just like whatever and honestly the minute that happened. This is Weird Danielle. Stop working working. She ran a program for teens with addiction issues. She's an addictions therapist and she stopped working and I got that call with Deniro so money wise it came out of no I mean it was like when you need it yeah. It was crazy because he paid me well. It was just perfect timing and he was incredibly sensitive to that situation and comics have been incredible always wanting to do benefits and so yet something we'll have to deal with for a while <music> but hopefully they say when your heart stops growing you know in your teens that that's when she won't need as many at all so you know another good ten years or so please the a month ago. We had to take her to Long Island. Jewish have her sedated. I can't even tell you it's like your life. It's horrible. I'm not going to it so you don't. I don't want to talk about things sometimes because it upsets people but it's real like it's I've had to go through. I have to walk into an operating room in the whole outfit the shoe the covered and that the whole outfit and put a thing around my daughter's mouth and put her. It's horrible horrible to well. They let us come in and you know put it over over her and stand over her and it's okay. It's okay. It's you know when she was newborn. It was not it was nothing I mean it was something but it was spur now. She knows so it's much harder now right but she's incredible. They bounce back. It's so you were so much more fucked up. They say kids babies and kids heels like a hundred times quicker because they don't have as much fear and history and not tense now. Are they just sorta like when can I go play. I slipped on the stairs at my in-laws House but my son who's now nine. I've finally told them by the way he's not happy with me and I had jeans on and around my heel so I went like banana but I was like at the top of the stairs and he went bold three bounces to the ground and he was like a newborn like oh so openly just we're having a party. I just openly like made sure he was okay. My wife grabbed them and I ran upstairs and bald like Hijaz when I can't believe that happened I mean and that's just that so I can't I seen I've seen Har. I mean I know my situation sounds horrific but I have seen and the worst possible I've seen babies die const. I've been in the hospital so many times that I see you. I've seen little babies. I I was there when people have been told that their child was gone so I'm actually believe it or not grateful eightfold because there's a cure right and she has the best doctor in the world at Columbia Presbyterian so we're very lucky you know we also have huge families. Everyone's so supportive and but it's interesting I feel like my dad handled it. Worse is that he's like a macho trump guy you know he he was torn apart with the whole thing every time he's like always the first one there and it's hard. It's very hard to see but it's life right I didn't it's. I wasn't trying to relate to you I was trying to I was trying to relate to the feeling of being a parent like it's just you have no power. I mean you have no way that when when I when I when you become a father or mother other something just turns on some weird switch inside the human brain that switches on like Oh my God no. I don't want all this worry and all this other yeah. You completely changes a person. Let me ask if you so seeing at the hospital do you. <hes> do you believe in God. Yeah I always high. I really wrap our heads around the gods slash. You know babies dying. I know it's very hard but the way that some people have explained it to me is that God gave a certain things and we took really like we have taken so much advantage of what's been given to us for free and this was not the plan of how everything was supposed to go right and I feel like we're so gluttonous and you know that that could have dealt with who knows maybe chemicals in the air made her. I don't know how does that even happen. I don't I think she was created that way but because of other reasons I don't think God and maybe she was supposed to be given to us because we were we were the ones who would take care of her the best I don't know we don't I mean I think we just simply don't know we barely know anything as beings. I love how cocky we are but we don't Know Shit my my dad lost too kids babies yeah wow and his and his first wife is a kidney. I don't do too yeah. I should have two older step brothers and then he also lost his his high school sweetheart then he's married to then that's the only reason and I'm here my my brothers and sisters so life is kind of strange. I know that's what I mean. I don't know why things happen but he didn't. I mean I talked to him about it later in his life and he's like he he looks at as living two lives is because he's he can't imagine lose high school sweetheart and two kids and this and that but he goes. I didn't go through that I wouldn't have you guys and I can't imagine my life without you guys. It's so like it's just weird it is using. It's very confusing using but I don't think we can even try to figure it out right no but she's doing okay when someone O._D.'s. I'm like that's not God you know that's not God didn't put bright heroin into that person's. Are you know of course we're we've taken on drug. These were never I don't think that was all part of the plan right in the beginning of time but you know and also like we all go through our own stuff and you know you told me about your father. I'm like Holy Shit. You spoke to my father today but everyone has their thing. I know so she's doing great. That's good to hear she's really we took her. She was tested and they said it's still moderate leaking right <hes>. She's on medication twice a day. It's part of her life. Like what your mom where's my medicaid like she literally that's just part of her life so she doesn't almost doesn't know any better like she doesn't have her she does. She has a heart problem and she's it's really incredible and you got ten. She isn't incredible disposition. I think because of it like well probably Gary happy because you and your wife She's lucky to have you guys as parents. Were very loving. That's true we are. I'm I'm proud of the parent I've been. I really am not proud of stuff. I really do try yeah. Yeah Yeah. All you do is you can might my me and my wife joke but it's the truth <hes> i. I don't really weird upbringing. I JUST WANNA fuck up my kids in new ways. That's how I look at it. You know what I mean like yeah. I'm doing the best I can but I think even if you're a perfect parent something's going. You can't be perfect right but I don't want I want. I don't want to do the same shit to my kids. That was done to me that on the same exact way there's a lot of people that do the same and then it just under C and you like why time how this affects you. Why are you doing this to your kid? Did I say because these are most people unfortunately don't work on themselves so they don't even see that they have an issue. It's just what they know right but it's so hard to watch. It's it's painful. Of course it is and then you get two new ones at home. I have two little baby girl crazy. I've a thirteen year old a three and a half year old and twin month olds on the House with three the oldest doesn't live with me but she lives near me in in plain view Long Island and I'm with her all the time. She's an actress gone helped me. She's a knockout really yeah. All my friends are like Oh my God who said it to me the other day at the cellar so inappropriate probably wasn't Jim Norton but I could see him saying at courts but someone was like man if when Zoe's two years old or I'm GonNa Rub. I'm like you cannot say that. Sean Donnelly was sitting. There is like that's so oh fought yeah but she's an she's five four at she's gorgeous and she just got a speaking part on that show the village and she auditions all the time and yes she got the bug. That's awesome yeah so it's not sleeping again. Well well. I Danielle stays up through the night but I yeah it was up until like two last night feeding and they're twins yes. It's it's. It's a lot like when people were like oh twin. I'm like yeah it'll be fine. I I was doc one down and the other one starts at they know they're they're complete asset like they. No one will be done and just pass out and then the other ones like the crying is a law for me because I have anxiety. That's the only thing thing that I'm like ooh. This is not easy to listen to that crying a lot of anxiety I do yeah I mean I'm on medication but I you know I take antidepressant but I yeah I get physically anxious about like loud sounds and screaming naming him when I was in the hospital with Isabella and I'll hear the all those sounds I get crazy to get triggered yeah. I have to like deep re than wow yeah. What what does <hes> I think it's from you know just not a never feeling safe and secure and my dad's screamed allied? Just I'm very up top yeah. My mom yelled and screamed all the time so yeah so loud noises driving nuts yeah. No it gets me on a vacuum cleaner you. I don't love that either because I remember my mom. Move your feet. Were allowed to this day. If I hear if like if they're start vacuuming down this hall here you'll see the hair stand up in the back of my neck because it's like out in aggressive. I know so the crying of two babies and then a three and a half like Mama cannot yo. It just right. Sometimes it's too much yeah yeah. Do you like to be married. Yes but it's not easy of course I mean I'm worrying about that. It's really hard when you have kids. It was much easier without getting full. Of course I mean it was completely different. Yeah I asked that because when it felt funny about your family is your parents weren't bothered that you were marrying a woman. They cared that she's not Jewish. Yes thank you for saying that's good. It's the best it's a it kills onstage but it's the honest to God truth. They were like we love Danielle but it would have been great. If you married you know Mennonites. She's amazing but just not Jewish and it's different right and unlike you guys are to accepting like you're more accepting than I am right and then they literally went to the tasting and they were like you cannot have pork and I'm like I'm marrying a woman. This is already not okay okay yeah so it doesn't matter if there's a fucking bored on and it's so Jewish people are like that a lot. It becomes very entitle. It's so interesting testing because her parents would have never said something like that. No never that is so fun. They continue to say you know. You really should bring up your children Jewish. It's just an eas you know it's it's it's it's a great community. I'm like okay tape but Danielle is Catholic and she had them and she went to Catholic school like it's important to her. It's not we can't just discount someone's entire life and say you're Ju- Eh they can be they can learn both but they can't get that in their heads. They still that's well and good yet. They're still like please could you bring join a temple. Bring her for the holidays and bring them the holidays. Let's start with no Christmas tree and we do that. Lays Danielle agree to know baptism. I did have a problem with that because the church her parents belong to does not accept our marriage does not it's not it's not valid to them. They in fact the the pre like he couldn't do our wedding wasn't allowed so it's like I'm going to get my kids baptized at that church. No I'm not doing it right. That's just insane yeah. It's it's it is actually ridiculous and like you said earlier earlier like where you guys don't hold hands on Long Island. I'm amazed by that but Jessica. I wanted to start by. You know you're here today because we were promoting your podcast relatively sane. I wanted to see the art meaning like it is right. You've listened to them and it gets very deep. People and it's I felt like my tweet was a little harsh because Jim server goes old friend of mine and he restarted goes. You WanNa talk to just go on your podcast. I'm like yes because I've been trying to figure out how to do this and then you had this podcast. You're trying to promote so he he gave me three episodes and I was blown away because I like I tweeted aid podcast because there's so many out there like it wasn't okay 'cause I think it was so honest. I really am too. I literally don't listen to any podcast so I been clueless. I've had to hire someone who does who does very successful wants to help me 'cause. I don't even know what you're supposed to do and not do. I just wanted to talk to people I I heard the first three episodes Tim Dillon Buying McFarland and Gary Goldman and they were are all great but the Gary Goldman one which I told you off. Mike was amazed amazing. 'cause he's so honest yes so he's been through hell and he's honest about he's helped so many people and he's such a brilliant in comment. Yeah it's but I think he trusted you. He's I never think they all do you know they they really cause. I heard I've heard him open up over the years but he really opened up for your podcast. I hate the term but I'm going to say it here I think he felt like us in a safe space he did. I hate that safe space craft but it works like a friendship that he he knew close to me so he could trust you. You aren't going to judge them because we talk about stuff alive but there's some guys I've asked to do it and they're like yeah. I don't WanNa get into any deep shit and I did a couple in their hysterical but I don't. I need to just stick with people who really will get real because that's that's what I WANNA do. That's what I find interesting. The only advice and you're not asking for it obviously but you know if you get a person like that that they're just being funny. That's okay as long as you do it right off. Where you're you're holding to the format? which is if you don't know relatively saying they talk about their childhood some of the stuff they're going through emotionally mentally and stuff and it's it's really good 'cause you'll thank you? You'll see that most people do but some don't because they're very high profile you know give Gaffe again didn't get deep about his childhood. Maybe a great about it is it's great the deep about other stuff okay yeah. It's just what do you think Bob. Most comics are nuts or do you think all people are nuts and we just <hes> I don't think everyone's knots in the in the sky and in the comedy community ninety eighty five percent are out of our minds but such good people a lot of addicts some in recovery some dry some using so there. That's a lot the big factor and I just think that the real comedy like the funniest people come from the most pain right. I really believe that why taught some people have said you're too happy to be a comic and I mean I know. It sounds funny but I'm like seriously you're too okay. It's not gonNA work out. You have to have a weird childhood. Yes every child in you have to be one of those people. WHO's I think to be a really good comic? Who sees everything right yeah? You know how you walk into a room like I walk into a room and I see everything do you yes us. We're just seeing us. I saw sides my hamstring injury. No like I saw like two men who look like I'm like Matt Men's men but but also there is something much deeper nice. I can tell when I can go deep with people and I can tell when they're completely shut shut off. You know trying to be more open to uh do that. Well I feel I mean it's. It's living to be open but it's hard. It's my I just going to I think that's much harder for men much <unk> horse specially a macho guy and I think gay men and have a much harder time than lesbians one hundred percent really yeah absolutely why is that I just think people are more homophobic towards game in because you guys are supposed to be you know a man and women. It's more hot and yeah I do a joke guys like desert-like question. I just thinking about lesbians is yeah sexy. It's hot. I say it's not what you see in the foreign like women with long nails like my guide. Your fingers feels like I'm like most lesbian sex just sitting around crying mess. It's a lot of grind. Don't ruin it for us. I've had hot no oh my God right yeah totally all right but when you get into a relationship and it's two women you can imagine your guide like you have to purposely keep it because you can become friends ends. Keep it hot. It gets very emotional locates but relatively sane. You know congratulations because you you're doing it and that was a huge compliment that you liked it because you are folks who you are and also you whatever you come from radio. You're famous from that well. It's a big deal when people like that say things to me. I'm just annoyed that everyone thinks they could do this now. I read an article the other day the seven hundred thousand thousand podcasts and hitting me no and when I was coming up in the business there was only a few of us it was Howard Stern it was opie and Anthony Don and Mike and a few non. I know now everyone thinks they can do this. Drives me insane. That's Weihe podcast and they can make tons of money right from having no talent. I mean nothing so you know but you're doing a different and that's that's what's important here well. I always wanted to be like a talk. Show host and I love talking to people and you know I a undrafted therapy background right and I've such a deep connection to so many comics. I really do very close with a lot of people so I knew it would be. I'm actually GONNA ask Deniro to do it. I'm getting Carney Wilson's doing it on and I have a bunch of random people who aren't I don't WanNa do just comex yeah. I would love you to do it. I interview you just use this okay. Let's get this input relatively silly not no I would love to do it. Oh my God you sitting down asking me questions. I got one therapy question then we yeah so. I've been doing therapy for ten years. What is it with the therapist where you're sitting there and you go? I think it's your turn to talk. You think it's their turn. Why don't they talk o'clock? What is what is what everyone who goes to therapy? If you feel like you need something you're supposed to ask for it. Part part of the technique sometimes is to get you get it up and to ask for it because I feel way better after talk therapy once a week and but then there are times when like I think it's your turn to talk. I mean this is not what does he do but I think you could say that but what's the philosophy behind that this is the true some some therapists talk doc alive and some don't say a word ever and it's you know ever ever while what a great show so. You don't have any feedback no I do. I was going more for joke but because there was some don't some don't because I understand some don't listen in enough. It puts me in a space where my car working on something here and I'm working it out in my head and I'll I'll have these Aha moments like Oh my God and the whole time she wasn't really guided me because I think she knew that I was right where I was supposed to be. Go through your own process at the moment but if you need something you really need to ask for your paying person so why is that yeah yeah but I mean I. My mom always says it's like you have to go therapist shopping. You don't just like go and that's I mean and you can that can happen but it's important sometimes to see different people about this. I <hes> I used my mom's therapists though that's seen away sometimes how that works because they know how Oh insane yes person is and you don't have to my mom's not yeah and <hes> this therapist called me and said I'm your mom's therapist Blah Blah. She's trying to work some things out to you and she wants you to maybe come in with her and Blah. Blah Blah and I'm like nope but I'll come talk to you and then that's how relationships star that's good over years ago yeah that's and she still goes to this because my mom she used to like you want to talk about <hes> therapy shopping she would shop to find the person that agreed agreed with everything I know. is she borderline. She's she's got O._C._D.. And all sorts of crap yeah so she did not want to hear that she could possibly be wrong. That's that's why says she borderline because it's very common you're saying so that's the hard fact can therapy admit always right and then she was going to find someone else that would just simply agree with that side solving anything I know people who do that. I know people I feel like I have some friends who go and it's constantly scene like. I'm so sorry I don't WanNa see someone like that of climbing to see someone who's like. You're you're. You have a big part in this because I'm not going to change. I don't want to be a victim and then there's some who there's some people go in light at therapists I'm like why are you paying to lie to someone yeah yeah. It's so interesting well I- I tap out every once in a while because then all of a sudden I'll be like and then when I was twelve. I didn't get that Ted speed but I'm like yeah. Maybe I should take a break for a little while. You know what I mean. I get to a level where I yeah and then I'm like and she'll even say she goes. Yeah you know and then I'll take a month off or whatever and then we pop back in. That's good you need a little break. I think so right yeah I mean there's they're supposed to allow you to do that because it is a business do right and they make a shitload of money hitting they do so I hate when I'm in the middle of a great point like well we got. We got a hold it right there because they have someone else. I am watching the major sports events like oh I'd like. Don't you dare give me one minute leagues a Fortune Bright Mine is alive yeah but they're cutting me off because they have someone in their waiting room. I do a lot of <hes> on the phone because she done right right at first. I didn't like that but it Kinda works so badly I know it <hes> Jessica Curson did I say right twice yes more than twice all right. Listen relatively sane is just as podcast and it's really good and <music>. I'm GONNA continue listening. I'm also doing a show. Weekly at the comedy cellar called this week at the comedy cellar on Comedy Central and that'll be on every Friday yeah. It's going into the second season. And what else do you want to promote there several times I I just did a movie with I just did jut appetites movie Davidson. I it was amazing. I played Robert. smcgaels wife was unreal because the two of US played like a Jewish couple shotguns. It was so much fun I also did. That's cool. I'm I'm making a movie with Jim Serpico for F._X.. A documentary about female tournaments. What's your angle on that that we're not victims? I purposely don't want to be like it so you know we can. I want it to be very empowering and I want people to go see more comic- comics seeing the movie you one of the few female comics that have pushed past that I am. You're not stereotyped as a as a female common many many are but I'm tr- I purposely. I'm not like for years. I've been like this joke won't work for men like I'm always thinking. It should work for everyone right yeah. That's smart yeah very good all right. Thank you so thank you so so much. It was great. It was a pleasure to meet you. Tell you to Lynn my friend said Oh. You'RE GONNA Love Jessica. She's great. She adores you husband died. She wrote way where she your earlier but she she wants you to know. Her husband is still dead it. Sometimes she'll text me out of nowhere. I just want you to know my husband's still dead and Kelly goes say that tar. She'll laugh. Hysterically sick bad Kelly L.. E. Lynn is the one that she's been on my podcast twice and we did a lot of viral videos together. I know I saw them there. Hysterically we did the mcfaul in that went just incredibly viral and a whole bunch of others and then she opened up on the podcasts about losing her husband who basically died petting kittens at Petco just. I didn't know that yeah pretty much. He was out of PETCO and had a heart attack in the aisle so we kind of we Kinda name that episode dying while Pitt and kids she laughs now. She's she's got a new guy and life's good for her. That's great but that's a horrible way to die. I mean it's no for real. It's terrible so who cares joke all right. Thank you Jessica. Thank you thanks again.

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EP358: Wife Swap, Dirty Dancing, & Freezer Burn

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57:11 min | 1 year ago

EP358: Wife Swap, Dirty Dancing, & Freezer Burn

"Four four four I'm sorry three fifty eight okay. I was like Whoa that yeah sorry. Sorry sorry three fifty eight. Yes we are here. Welcome to the show are we're here with the same question. Oh yes I was thinking about this because I was remembering. Bring what it was like to be in your shoes of newly single after being married and high heel shoes now oh oh do you have waves of loneliness or are you just like whatever freedom you know. I don't have waves of loneliness. Wow that's amazing. I'm I'm doing pretty good. I can't I'm trying to think of when I felt a little bit it. I mean sometimes the just everything that's involved in getting divorced that heavy but that's just what you know part of it and I know it's going to be tough and I'm GONNA go through. It and it's going to be fine and you know it's like. I can't not have all that like this is how you do it. You WanNa get divorced. You gotTa do this stuff. I was talking about how I didn't even like the. I'm not on facebook anymore but at the time I was very active on facebook and I hated how how many people were friends with both of us. I know you can't expect people to sort of pick a friend and I'll wrap but it's still just irk. It's still to this day. IRKS works me just like why are they follow. It is tough all right all right. I think some people just don't ever go like it's kind of the same thing as we were talking about last week about how they are dying for you to sign up for the mailing list of anything because most people don't subscribe Yeah Yeah. That's the the effort on to like unfriendly like there are very few people that I've yeah good point unless I'm like Oh. That's too painful to see but it's it's just this sort of thing that when you're going through a breakup sometimes you think oh. I don't like that well. I will say sometimes I do feel lonely when you know there are like you know events or parties or stuff like that like I just don't hear about or know about that. Normally I would have been invited to yeah. I was like oh well. I guess that's you know yeah. That's just okay not going to those parties anymore. I guess and that's fine because I got you know. I got my own little yeah your own tribe my tribe we have to get the update on those baseball players. Oh my Gosh Oh sues I've been unlike dying. I can't even believe it so okay. Where do I even start won? The last episode we talked about how your brother said there was story about these two baseball players who swapped families and lives and it sounds like not true okay so not only is it true but it was like all over the news at the time there and it was in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. They were to Yankee pitchers. That's the crazy part of both the same position yeah. It's really weird okay so their names are Frank Fritz Peterson and Mike Kaik K. e. k. h. King nyc something like that that so yes so they called a press conference one day and announced that they were trading families including wives children and pets and they kept arguing like don't make anything sorted out of this guy. You know. This isn't a sex thing we we didn't swap wives. We swapped lives and wow yeah so I kept reading about. It and I kept like you know the the sad sad thing is at nine minutes not sad but the the unfortunate thing is I think journalists at the time just didn't have the understanding of what I mean. The mental health field did not have the understanding of what could be going on here ending well after I'm reading the stories so there's there's one one of the guys I think it's Fritz so he marries he marries this woman and they end up like madly in love so it seems like two of them really did have oh like they're still married. My God there's still alive. Yes okay yeah they've been married for. Oh my God something like crazy something like forty five years they fell in love and they decided they wanted this situation and then had to convince the other to do. I think that's I yes. I think that that is kind of in a way like what happened because it seemed kind of like yeah her name's Suzanne and that was was like this the other guy's wife and they swap and the it seemed like you know the the guy who had a successful marriage he says says you know both of us. Were looking like we had like by all standards we had good marriages but we were looking for something great and the only way I would I believe right and the only way I would leave my family would be if it were like Earth shattering like this this you know amazing love not how things would would it once yeah but I think that he may be was a narcissist who convinced this whole they need to go down because the other guy they could never work it out like him and him and her name was Maryland Fritz Maryland they they it could never work it out and they got divorced like they filed for separation and they had to live separately for like a year before they could file like a no. you know whatever whatever it's called no contest divorce or whatever I can't remember it's called Lynn no fault divorce no-fault yeah and it just it seems like and then their baseball careers went downhill to after that it just like totally destroyed so that's another story. The hell happened to kids. Well okay so one of them had two daughters and the two daughters like couldn't really understand what was going on and kind of like lost connection into their dad and he said he chose. He's the one that where everything worked like his relationship with the wife worked and he's like sacrifices relationships with his daughters for that that and the other guy they swapped like one child but not the other because the other one was like no I want to be with mom and then the one of the and then the the couple that it was like really in love they wanted to move they moved to some other house and and then the the other guy followed him because he's like. I want to be next to my kids so it sounds like like that guy was pulling all the strings right and I want somebody to really like I feel this guy's like a narcissist who had all of them like convinced at this is the right thing to do but it's really just benefit him. Yeah he was real persuasive. Yeah and people started wondering because the wife of one of the of the Mike of Mike stopped showing up no the the wife of the other one the one who she ended up leaving. I know Oh yeah it's so yes it's real even when I was reading it like who she people were noticing that she started showing up to baseball games in a different wig like she always blonde wig that like her husband liked and then she started showing up in a different one people were like what's that going about and she was wearing it for the other guy and and then it became this whole thing where the wives were competing to try to get the other one's attention it was really bizarre and I I think it say oh my God and the wives like refused to comment and you know an interview yeah. It seems like you know when you first told me about it. It's it was just inconceivable but then the more I think about it. I remember and I think this is not unusual where you find out your partner cheating and like you get a divorce and the the cheating couple gets married yeah and then the B trade partner ends up hooking up with the other person's like Shania Twain Day when Mutt Lang left her for his new woman and Shannon ended up marrying the new woman's ex-husband all okay so it's not do more extreme yeah but like even matt example is the only thing that's extreme about that is the only thing that's different is that they got a divorce. I will afterwards yeah yeah and a lot of times when be trade and then the other person that's been betrayed. You can bond mutual pain. Oh my God that is what I'm trying really hard not to like in in being like fresh out of a divorce. I don't want to be paired up with somebody who we only connect on like talking about bashing out race or like you know what we deserve or what we've had. It happens quite a bit yeah. I was just watching this. this this little video clip on a great this great like guy on instagram following his accounts called create the love and he says he's really good. I think I don't know if he's therapist but he says I'll therapy stuff and he's talking about what happens. Went how some people come in our lives at a certain time for certain reasons and that you have to understand the the the what brought you together and you have to be okay with like when that so if if somebody comes to you and and you start dating somebody who's recently gone through a break-up and you're able to give them like to see them in a way that there are there are the person didn't and you're able they give them compassion and love and and help heal them in a way that your role in their life was like to help heal them and you can expect that to translate into the kind of love where you're both going to be like supporting each other in some maybe yes but most of the time no were you because one person is it's really the needs of one person over the needs of the other and it's and then you become the helper for the wrong reasons like you fall into the role of like Oh. I'm the you know I tend to do that. Were like Oh. 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I twenty five us in our code user. Yes so that's a good deal for that. That story's crazy. I'm so glad you brother brought to our plan. Yeah and I have the photo. I'll put this in the news article for Scherer because I'm like it's so hard to keep all the name straighten all the players. They need a chart. They real well. It's so funny you say that because one of the pictures has a chart. It's like this one went to this one did this. That's so funny. You say that the article has like that's really great yeah man because it's hard to keep those things straight. It's like a soap opera yeah. Oh my God it totally is like real life Telenovela. I've I read this article about a woman who who caught her fiancee's cheating. Did we talk about the already where they were getting married and she found out that he was. I think I did and she's been on the cheating tax at the White House ball last of that. Did we decide if we would or wouldn't do that. I wouldn't wouldn't but I would really love to be at the wedding that was it. Yes correct. Don't want to be the one doing it because that could petty but how God add what would you do to an I don't know if I said this on there before but I went to a wedding once where the woman found and out that she that her husband was cheating on her on their honeymoon. Um Man I mean talk about a day late and it's like you couldn't found out forty eight hours and it was with a woman that he had gone to elementary school with and knew his whole life the best friends wedding or something yeah Oh yeah but like okay if you're married and you succumb come to temptation or you're unhappy in your marriage but you don't want to get a divorce like that's how I imagine a lot of cheating happens but why if you're cheating being before you get married. Are you still getting married right run for the hills or you know I do like I hear from from from well. No it's more like before. They have a kid but yeah yeah. It's really it's like where there's a little bit of an acting out I hear hear from a lot of my friends and so they're married and they don't have a kid in it. Person Cheats or what will then they. They're married. They don't have a kid yet but then the woman women gets pregnant and it's like right here okay. She's GonNa and there's like this panic that maybe they like like they have that night where they like. Go Out and get you know drink away to much and come back at two o'clock in the morning or whatever or they may then they do something like you find out they. Maybe had an affair or something like that like. I think that there can be a little bit of this anxiety that I think is is it can be played out in in kind of like negative ways by I just anecdotally. I don't think it ever is going to end well if you're cheating and then still get married like that's never going to be like oh now a changed person then is it ever I mean you're clear I kind of I do kind of have this once a cheater always a cheater kind of like like they have the potential to do it. Yeah you know like I will probably say I've never done that never cheat yeah. I know you're not a cheater. That's I can't do it like Oh. Oh my God. I can't even all not even I felt guilty like looking at which is silly. I shouldn't think like that but I just ah yeah I couldn't do it and wouldn't want to and so I don't think I ever would and so I think somebody who has gone there like it gets easier easier to kind of go there. Yeah I guess so but I don't know I'm good and ready can change. That's my problem. I stay too long when I need to have gone a long time time ago and that's when I act out because I'm just like get me yeah yeah you do things like maybe they'll be self sabotage. That's much more common okay but you what you do is much more but yeah you know. I've only broken up with have one too. I guess they have broken up a lot of people yeah but they're like clear reason sometimes will date a lot longer. Now you know people get married so much which later right even before like when like you know when I was younger and like night even thinking about marriage but like just to get in the practice of dumping somebody ooh that's hard to doing God. I can't do it. It did it there was yeah and because I often the people that I broke up with. I saw good there. Were things that I really liked about with them. They're just not the person that I wanna like hang out with for forever yeah. It's like the member that book. He's just not that into you. That was so popular yeah yeah I mean that's a tough call to swallow because women especially are just like why doesn't he loved me and that guy just being like he's just not that into you was revolutionary revolutionary because we just can't accept that that could be true right. Have you seen me. I'm adorable added wanted me to tell you by the way he wanted joining me to discuss that. I've watched another eighties film that I hadn't seen before. Oh tell me dirty dancing. What are you eh I mean it was really isn't that such a good one yeah and I I said to him? I cannot believe that I went thirty thirty years without anyone spoiling the abortion subplot Oh right I that was even and thing and yes yes yes yes. There is a lot to that film that I didn't expect. I didn't think it was rape. It's so it's so good and come on that dance like that is so sexy D- Are you into Patrick swayze well. I wasn't until I saw that and so I saw house tipped move and I was like Damn really my that guy knows how to bang. Oh for sure oh for sure. He is making sure you get yours. Two hundred well look at that the way he grabs those hips police and he's all strong lifting up her up in the air like that when I got look I'm Mike Got Marbles in my mouth. I'm getting so excited. So are you referring to the character or patrick the Johnny Castle or Patrick Swayze. You know it's gotta be it's gotTa be Patrick swayze because I also saw road was roadhouse. I saw roadhouse recently and I was like Damn Yeah. He's handsome. My husband has a mail man crush on him big time. Oh we'll see in your husband and I are so similar of course the same taste in men too I mean I think he's handsome and of course he can move but rip you're not into it yeah like it's a little too feminine imminent for me Dancing Terrible. Is it yeah Oh. I don't think so oh my God. I'm like yeah like I get it. I they definitely know what you're talking about. I know what you're talking about with him though and I think what it is is it's a theatrical dance yeah. It's like like a Broadway yes he. He was and remains classically yeah yeah and you can see that and he's got like the whole moves and Yeah Yeah Oh my God. I'm like totally just staring at the ceiling going somewhere. My susie start laughing because like basically her wardrobe before she was cool. Is what would I wear in rural folk. It really is like I which is weird because I also never knew that it. It's it's an eighties movie but it's set in the sixties and I never knew that because her entire wardrobe is not reflective of that time period SOM- Dhamma dresses but yeah you're right it does kind of it is that's true feels modern in term. It does feel like that yeah. It's only the hints with the with the other characters yes yeah yeah. What's her face interest? What did baby baby baby yeah? That is ridiculous that part. I did think mcquay record yeah yeah. I liked it at the Andy called her Francis Yeah so good. That is the movie that I watched for the very first time when when I first got dumped and I I don't yeah when I when land I broke up the very first time and I went to my apartment new apartment and I was like I'm at here and I didn't even have electricity turned on. I didn't have anything I I just had used Patrick. I just had dirty down dirty dancing downloaded on my computer and candles and I watched it and cried and it it was so good see this is what this is witnessed. All Jay can do for you like take you back to another time and that is why you need to try legacy box. 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Get started preserving having your past super easy you just put them in a box and send them to them and and they send you back okay dirty dancing checked that shock check update on baseball players check. Yes okay now now now what I wanted to I was reading this article about how we always talk about the inequality of men and women's workload workload in the invisible Labor that so many women that old subject yeah there's there was unfamiliar daddy that was done that said that that time inequality was also present for teen boys and girls what Im- what the time inequality yeah. I like the amount of time you put hours Labor. Oh for free can sure it is and this percent par to that right. There is an allowance pay gap okay. I can see this and they're paying. Oh my God sues you're so right. Let's also think about the chores that the that you know boys stereotypically do that are like mowing the lawn outside Labor stuff and then babysitting the the girls do babysitters even though that's way you should be getting paid five times as much because for Christ's sake you're keeping something alive live right and they definitely get paid less and those other get paid more. I remember this yeah and Oh my gosh okay. I'm I'm actually like I have a whole. I'm Mike My Brain is going a million places so I'm thinking about my mom and what she did when we were growing up and she would pay me no joke twenty five cents an hour to babysit like she was like put me out to her friends like Jerry Basis. I'm not kidding. There was was a friend of hers that I BABYSAT her children and she paid me twenty five and my mom I think my mom said as a joke but because she was like you don't need to pay don't pay to my mom was like don't worry she'll do it pro bowl magnum. Oh terrible you're a terrible agent and so then my mom would never like she would tell my boss Mike my my boy she would tell my brother's like Oh. I'll give you five bucks to mow the want that it's the chore that she doesn't Want to do that and her her head I. That's something that I don't really like doing but I watched kids kids and that's no problem so there's she's in her mind. Devalued it. Oh Dude. I believe that there's a teens. This is totally of course there is. Do you think that also it's in addition to perhaps it being about what the job is and how badly the maybe the mom doesn't I want to do it but also the sense that well boys have to pay for dates or that's what I was thinking too yeah. I was thinking Matt like once. They're past a certain age like people this because you're going out on a because that's always the argument about why men make more work as they're seen as providers providers whereas women's income is seen as just sort of an additional complement the main income of the family yeah. There's a great new movie that Mindy Kaeling produced. It's on Netflix or no it's on Amazon and it's about aw it's about a woman who's a a talk night nighttime. Talk show host eight nine is a call yes late night. It's good and there's one scene where one of her writers comes to her and says so my wife just had a baby and you you know I could really use the extra money and so I'd I'd really like a raise and she goes into this whole thing about what you see what you're doing here right. Now is exactly why we have the you know income inequality quality gap because you're asking for a raise for the same reason that most women get fired and Blah Blah Blah and goes in this whole thing and she ends up like firing him and it's but the scene is so great and it's it's I mean the movie it was really it was good. I liked it a lot. Yeah that's shut out to that movie and Mindy Ceylan for putting out. Yes we are yeah. That really bugs me. So if you have kids just keep in mind when you're paying their little whatever yeah I can't wait to make Chore Chart. I says Oh excited I do. I can't wait till for like disciplinary things like that. It's going to be like how you got a dog that went out the window but it didn't well. You Said said that I'm not saying it about you. I think you're great dunk mom but early I sing men member. Oh God he's impossible all the wrong. Something's coming out and I get if I get a child like Sigmund. Then all bets are off yet. You're right that's. That's that you're right. You're right and I'm. I'm just GonNa like here's an IPAD. That's what I'm going to be my parenting Strachey 'cause like forget it but go train and like she wants to learn and she does everything everything and so like when she had she had a little accident and not an accident she thinks she did intentionally and I had to scold her and I fall through with my discipline when when I know that it's GonNa work when it's effective did not find what was effective with the wind right so nothing was effective chore Charts Parts. I mean you're wasting your time if you kill rights if I don't have a show that's totally true. What a good point I'm going to have to? I just hope that I get a child who knows what a fall in line with tortored tort praying for over here. You want another Sarah Yeah Count Again I get that God and you know my mom didn't give us a Chore Chart Growing Up and I was like I wanted more than anything. I'm like please guide judge me and rate might my behavior with with stars stars and please give me one phrase all I want and I'm like yeah and then I all I want that and I wanted to go to a private school where he got to wear a uniform so so bad. I'm like what kid wants that. That's exactly that is what I wanted. Yeah I mean my nothing was expected of me. I had no chores I and I don't know how became industrious and hardworking because I was not required to do anything but oh so the older children in your family like given the responsibility of like really it was like okay now. They were doing the chores. I think she was like you're saying where you're like. forget it. I'll just do it. Oh Gosh I mean occasionally. She might say oh sweep up the kitchen or something but there was. There's nothing like Rene Babysit you. You guys were just like it was just a anarchy. Was I think you know when you're poor and you have a ton the kids it is just survival okay yeah. There's still have friends and it's one word yeah but I mean I'm. I'm grateful that somehow I picked up not to be lazy. Maybe from watching my mom buster ass or I think it was a matter of like you. There's no other option house with eight. It's like so I think about when when we went on that camping trip in the airstream and it's two people and two dogs in twenty two space a small space and I had to be so organized and so like every single thing had to go back you couldn't have anything out could have a lot of personal items so it made you kind of like clean up after yourself and do that because it's like you have to stuff's going to get like lost in the mix. Your you know your favorite Smiley Face Zipper coin purse is GonNa accidentally thrown away or something like that you have to like be crea- create like order and structure for yourself so that's probably maybe why you gravitate Abbott towards that or liked that yeah maybe maybe who knows now applying that hardworking spirit to using open fit and getting my button gear here by the way I somebody put under a picture of me knew that we both need to eat a sandwich which by the way thank you for saying but also I love sandwiches at Burger for dinner last year eating lots of sandwiches. We're just also working out. I'm trying to say strong and you know Oh keep our bodies moving falls coming at such busy time of year but you can get some change and get into a little routine. 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Yes sometimes I get in a workout right like I do the same thing over and over and it's super important and good to mix it up up and you know work out different all that stuff so there you go yeah. I read an article about these people in San Advert Cisco that you know it's so expensive to live there and imagine homelessness and things like that are real problem because no one can afford housing using in San Francisco but it was just having this conversation I mean we think it's bad here but it is worse there and they there's certain people are going into the neighborhoods where like the tech bro Billionaires live like Zuckerberg and they're just going through their trash and living off the trash Asha Billionaires God which I guess is one way to do it. Yeah I mean not the worst idea but just such I WANNA do is I want to go to all the goodwill and salvation army's up. Oh can you imagine God because they're all local stuff lou. That'd be good. That's almost worth a trip up there sous. What are we doing Roads Road trip to SF? Have you ever gone through. Someone's garbage never in a million years like maybe my own wants to find a retainer Hainer that I accidentally threw away or something. Hey right like no in fact you know why because what is the thing that I hate the most suzy hurry and also mysterious witness correct and both of those things you can find trash cans. Sorry Susie Susie is hilarious. That was the best like what what does the Justin Timberlake Jimmy Fallon best friend game. We just crushed it right there. This is why you and I are the best canary or the best ever at any of those things because we are. You know you know it's so finish my sentences when we played that game for our patriotic where the newlywed game that was my favorite you answer what my biggest fear was and you just said buried alive which it absolutely is and that's the same thing and maybe laugh that you know Oh that Yup yup but then like but but there was the funniest part about that was like I I know like my biggest fear and I was like don't know Lali real fear like not like fear failure vote which was like and I had written failure so because I knew exactly where God that's so funny working people find that video that's unpatriotic dot com bring by the way we've done a whole revamping of our he's jokes cited. It's going to be the best people this is. We're bringing you. It's really like really cool. Amazing content people kept email. I'm just like going into this Suzanne running over everything but so I've been getting e mails I love being able to work with clients in California and it's so great that listeners have been contacted me and and reaching out for therapy and I'm so excited to start working with you guys but there are a lot of people who live in other states or maybe people who aren't ready to sit down and have a whole session or really like dive deep into it but maybe have a question they want answered and also you know we've got like two smart smart brains over here and we've like you know dealt with a lot of shit in our life yeah good bad and others and you know it's it's like we want to share air with you. The things that have helped us and answer all your questions and you know put these frigging like letters behind my name and suzy's named good use and and so we're doing like a what would you call. Oh what are we calling it reality check. QNA sort of weekly or or periodic the videos for you guys. I think it's such a great way like the idea so good because we're GonNa you know if you if you want advice like we joke about like are are you going to cut bangs. We'll weigh in and I just also love if we have guests on from reality TV that we're getting deep and talking about things that matter and the things that they use to cope and do their life and start businesses or whatever it's just so much more substantive than the elevator pitch than I am. I just get so excited. I'm like we're going to give you so much fun. We're GONNA talk and you're GonNa be there and I'm like here's what's really true and I just think this is a great way for audience to enjoy the expertise and whatever approach that we have to advice it also you know we wanna talk about pop culture and Beer reverent and talk about reality TV but we needed more substance. Yes an enviable to like connect connect with you guys in a really deep way and turn our you know those like live Kuna kind of challenge content stuff. We're doing what that ended up being a lot of us just talking talking about these things anyway yeah yes. Let's like dig in and dive dive in and really like connect didn't feel like a community and it feels really good. I mean there's so so many benefits to that yeah so go to Patriot Dot com slash brain candy to check it out see if if you WANNA sign up for one of the tiers so I look connecting with our little brainiac community too I just get so much out of it well. I was reading this article about how I mean what we have with Patriot and our brainiacs is similar to what a lot of people are getting out of like facebook groups you know I think a lot of people have moved away from the way they used to use facebook but now they're into these private groups where like even our brainiac emily only who was on jeopardy jeopardy women's group any woman that's been on jeopardy is allowed to be in this group that's cool and so they have a community and they probably we have a lot of shared interests and God. Yes I just think that's cool and it's almost like what you would get out of church. Yeah feeling like give a group and I think we have that with our brainiacs Ab Salah Amen Halley Lou yes that is so true but but it makes people feel seen and I think that that can be a problem with social media is sometimes we just feel own and it's nice to find a little we'll spot in the ether where you like okay. These people know me. 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Okay next topic did we oh there was a great article in the New York Times Times talking about how I think the title was why don't women have comebacks like Tiger Woods. Oh like basically making the argument that we're not permitted like if we fuck up and we oh totally aren't doing bags there is there's no like comeback story and totally trial would have to agree with that yeah. I'm trying to think of any buddy who know we like and they used athletes as the example there. I don't know if I don't WanNA say Steffi Graf. I think I have the name wrong. There was a female female tennis player that was I think doing drugs and getting into trouble and it just ended her career. She lost all of her sponsors and all that and it was just the end end of the story whereas with Tiger I mean he might have lost a few things but he was in no way suffering due to his crazy meltdown right yeah that does I was just watching Oh my God I love this show every year when it comes out training camp it's like a on HBO or it's called hard knocks. I think no training camp I can't remember but no it's called hard knocks training camp with the Oakland raiders that's what's called and so every year ear they take a a foot. NFL team and they like showcase like you know like go in depth with the players in their training camp right before and there was one player for the Oakland Raiders who like had a problem with drugs and now he's like crushing it and he's like the whole Comeback Story and the reason why I loved watching the show I wanted to hear about his comeback story and why like I was super into it and I wonder or if you know if I would even have the same reaction if it were a female like I want to say that I would but I don't know I think I'm on it. Why are we so much? Were like more critical and harsh and then like labor like that. That's it well. It seems to me that the standards are higher regardless of for women that were expect aw Ah yes so to do that stuff to begin with was life correct. Oh totally so I'm higher about second chances but yeah totally different you're right. I don't know it just feels like we're so forgiving and we love to hear the Oh they're doing. They've got their act together but with women. It's always like she's unhinged. It's kind of like that debate. We were doing about Is there anyone that's had a meltdown Allah Charlie Sheen who then was it similar. It's like yeah talkback trumble I keep thinking Roseanne like that POPs in my head and how she didn't like she had a few of those and and never like her yeah her kept getting worse and worse yeah and even when she was they had the revival and she was on it. It's still felt like this is going to implode and dead yeah sure or did so unknown ended up but I like hearing things like that because it makes you more aware of the way that you think about women who had for example Lindsay Lohan I'm. I'm not ruling honest. I know that's what I'm that is what I was saying with football player like I'm like I'm not I'm not I. I don't know why I'm not rooting for her either. Even though I oh God I wish you know I wish I were and I would like it. Helps Identify your own blind spots. When you read stuff like that and you're like yeah I kind of? I'm not rooting for her to have combat it right every time she tries something. I'm like Oh boy maybe because it seems like she's however however Brittany true. I am ready for Britney but I don't think that story's going to get any better me either. Oh God what do you think it's because she's not bright. Oh 'cause I mean she. Does Kinda see I well. It seems like she's yeah. It's the it's the lights aren't on there. No I agree that the conflict the and I wonder if that's what happens when you kind of are in weird maturation like stunted and yeah and you weren't and then you know I mean I did commercials for like a minute. When I was younger I have some really funny headshots and outdoor? I'll post them and and I remember being on set and having you know because you have to go to school onset and they of teachers there they they didn't teach me a fricken thing and they didn't see it was like here do this worksheet and they were so easy and I just can't imagine her getting the kind of education that is the equivalent to even just the socialization that even like somebody who has home schools they still have like a lot of those events and activities and like you know yeah I mean it sir. Yes be okay yeah correct yeah but when there's dysfunction and things are good needs some. I'm help sometimes my mom she's like I just watched this talking about Marilyn Monroe and she reminds me of you and I'm like Oh thank God. That's not what you WANNA hear. I'm thinking like what do you mean like. She's so pretty. She's like she's like was never happy. Oh I knew she was like Oh God. No Suzy listen to her. I mean it's it's true though I am. I'm always a restless that restlessness is their motivation towards like channel for. It's a good thing I guess yes. We can like when you were a kid when you were so happy and I'm like well. Maybe that was the weird part yeah. Maybe it's not weird to feel that way as an adult when you realize realized oh the world's on fire you know what I mean like that was ignorant that was joyful but it was ignorant yeah and now oh my God yeah good thing you can be a little bit like that in childhood but yeah saying I mean even I am like a pretty happy optimistic optimistic person and understand that I can come off as annoying I alerted to excited like on the ride to Disneyland and I get it. I gotta like there's nobody likes that outlook home down enough how we used to have that theory and we still do frankly. We just don't discuss it about how what's inside. Your microwave is totally embolic of your life hundred percent. I think that you could also make the argument that your freezer is one litmus test correct correct correct correct. There was like a really cute piece about it on medium it was just talking about kind of that idea like what's in your freezer and I thought yeah because depending on your life there can be some real weird and old and gross things in there or real healthy and yummy things. What's in your fridge freezer? I mean it's clean gene and organized and you know just the normal stuff. I guess only weird thing is like an ice cube tray. That's like I think it's like star wars or something. That's let's go you know what Susie always has people multiple flavors of ice cream. Oh Hell yeah like not just one. You've over there inches yeah and she's like. Would you like mentorship chocolate chip or double fudge. Yes and I'm MC. I can't even decide yeah. You really had trouble choosing I did because I have never had that option in in in and you know here's something I've learned from you okay but that is that went against what I thought would be the right way to do things yeah so I thought for forever ever that if I just keep all of the stuff like the little delicious treats that I like out of my house yeah that I will be healthier and better and I work. Yes totally but I'm already well but like I'm not eating like step one then don't eat crap like we're talking like I you know I'm already nodding and crap like the good stuff but I won't have ice cream uh-huh like that little extra thing and or even like Ritz crackers because I'm like I can't control myself all eat the whole sleeve. What I've learned learned is that when I do have it there I eat less like I when I shot right when I have like three different kinds of ice cream and they're they're all like have a little bit and you know yeah I mean that's how I do it and I think it works also with my son because he doesn't think anything is like off off-limits Candy Joe God that's totally it? That is one hundred percent. Nothing's off limits Susie yes yeah and then I think it does is how train your body just listen to your body like appear in the mood for something sweet. Mike have something sweet. You're so it so the right way to be eating. 'cause I just had a really weird relationship with food growing up the as my like my mom didn't have good eating like she wasn't consistent with her eating habits and she would just like not I eat all day and then like eat at night and stuff and I just didn't pick and then she would like to say no but Kennedy like she didn't have anything like that in the house and then my brother or like had just he would just go nuts he was real sensitive to sugar and everything and you know he just had. Adhd in the doctors told him that he was allergic to chocolate from what I've observed amongst people it does feel like they Pepsi Cola is sort of just normal human cravings for certain things and so they'll abstain and then all of a sudden they can't take it anymore. That's me and then they have like too much. That is totally me. That's good and it'd be like I'll go crazy and like I realized that the first night I told you this I spend the night at your house and then I like had multiple trips to the Pantry for your jar of Eminem's and after the first night I was like well. I don't WanNa do that anymore. I had like I had like Oh deed on it and I was like Nah. I'm good right and I know it's there and I don't have to have it but it was like the first time like kind of like go to spend the night at friends houses and they have the sugary cereal with of that and I was like Oh my God. Yes remember how I told you growing up my best friend. Lia had her family owned chocolate factory. Oh my God and I mean come over over to her house. I I am in camelot. This is amazing. You are right. It's magical. What's in your freezer right now anything? Can you hear my God. This is funny yeah so in my freezer well first of all I was mad because like they didn't do a good job cleaning properly before row row and I'm like protesting. I'm they're coming like this week to come clean the house will take me on the weekend whatever so I- having somebody like like common like clean it all but I don't even want to put any of my food in there because it still feels like it's got the old apartment people's like stuff on it yeah so the only thing that I have in there. This is real funny. I have a box of traderjoes hashbrowns that I liked included my brothers and my breakfast Burrito. I have a one thing of ice cream. That's almost all all the way out. It's like the good ice cream like July. Not Even my God like I want that. Oh my God it's so good. Get the double chocolate. It's amazing and then in the ice tray is a rose courts face roller. Wow you get it like just like it at like a also beauty or whatever those rollers I noticed a huge huge difference when I use it and like reduced puffy. This is not an ad this is easing and I just keep it in the freezer because when it's cool role that under your eyes and like around around yeah draw it's kind of like you know when you go get like a massage and you can feel the knots in your back when they use them. When when I roll it over my face I can feel oh like the not in my jaw in in the muscles around my face and then I wrote over and breaks it all up and I just feel like I'll glossier? It'll be a health the food though no that is sometimes when you put in the freezer could take maybe if I had a bunch of stuff in there but yeah I was in my fridge before before I moved yeah holy crap stocked up so much stuff we never ate and then like lands Mama always coming and I loved her for this but we never ate it. I love the the thought thank you. She would always was bring up. Bring over soup. Oh so we had like four days of soup going on soup and I will be great our your listeners to take a picture of the freezer and tag me in. I'm dying to know what's in there. It's so weird. I'm become obsessed with this yeah well. I feel like I should like clean out my freezer razer and then take a picture of what's in there because it's like I couldn't. I don't want anybody to see with the dirt the other I just moved in and I was like this. It's not acceptable for me so your dishwasher take a picture of your tag in it then subscribe and leave a five star review do all those things and then we'll take a picture of your freezer. Yeah I will definitely photo. Were like worthy yeah. I'm sure there are some black warns the Giselle of trader photos so good great yeah everyone has going on in there and we'll see you next time people. This podcast is brought to you by we podcast networks check out all of our shows including the brain candy podcast. I don't get it coffee combos and let's talk

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Lt. Cdr. Bijay Nair, Indian Navy Officer On Mr. Talkie Talks With Aman Singh | Interiew

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Lt. Cdr. Bijay Nair, Indian Navy Officer On Mr. Talkie Talks With Aman Singh | Interiew

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486  Starhunter Redux  Sirens Song

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486 Starhunter Redux Sirens Song

"Fusion patrol is a listener supported podcast find out how you can help support us at Patriotair dot com slash fusion patrol. This is the fusion patrol gassed each week we look at a different science fiction TV episode or movie and analyze it to within an inch of its life. Welcome to the discussion. Hello and welcome to another episode of fusion patrol. I mean Jean I'm Kenneth. Tonight, we're looking at the store hunter redux episode. Siren's song a luxury sailing ship passes too closely to the Ganymede Ultra prison and is overtaken by desperate escaping criminals escaping from the facility Montana and the gang are sentenced, gather up escaping prisoners for the bounty. But when they overtake the hijacked ship practice, leader of the criminals kills his compatriots rather than let Montana have the bounty because. You know he's evil and he apparently likes to inflict pain. was able to inflict this pain because Montana was basically an idiot and when Lucretia calls him out for it acknowledging that she's right hey, quits and Percy does too. That is right after they deliver their one remaining prisoner. On route, they are commandeered completely legally. A military type, Major Bartlett escorting a dangerous female prisoners somewhere top-secret Percy of course rebels. In every way she can and incredibly convenient and well-timed space nominally damages the Trans Utopian and allows the female prisoner to escape. She releases patrols perhaps on purpose perhaps not. She does weird things and exhibits weird powers slowly eliminating the soldiers as she goes, she also mucks up the navigation the. Trans. Utopian. Locking on a course for the Uranian Moon Miranda. Percy. Once again, acting stupid beyond her years decides not to fix the navigation systems and those walkies where she manages to bumble from one escaped prisoner to another I. She encounters the female who pronounces Percy good as a reminder. This is the prisoner who released the dangerous lunatic portrays has sabotaged the ship and has slaughtered the soldier. Percy then tucks are into bed and plays music videos for her then Percy bubbles into protracted us who takes her prisoner as a bargaining chip Bartlett reveals that there is a secret base Phoenix in orbit around Miranda. It was completely quarantined many years ago because of the Omega Forty-seven virus which killed everyone recently his prisoner who goes by the name I R- left that base on a shuttle desperate to arrive at Earth. They were escorting her back to the quarantine. That's where she wants to go to as when they arrive she heads back into the quarantine station. Track is enamored of his save. Your also wants to follower taking Percy with him. A Bartlett doesn't care about Patriots and he goes after he should have cared because protracted shoots him in the back just before he can apprehend. Meanwhile Miranda, the entire moon decides to explode. IRA is apparently a manifestation of an alien virus. Make forty perhaps that was unlocked when tapping the water ice of Miranda, it spread to humans and became sentient thriving on the human sensation of pain. But now it's had enough pain and it dissolves itself taking with it. Just moments before Miranda explodes the Trans Utopian escapes just in the Nick of time and it's business as usual the subplot of Dante and Percy quitting all forgotton the end. Now I don't remember if it was during the last episode or if it was in our post episode, a discussion that you said to me that you were looking forward to see if I could make sense out of what happened in this episode. And the answer is. A service. That's I? Laud don't I don't know I mean we can take stabs at pieces of it but. It's It's obtuse. I I'm I have to two basic explanations and neither of them are in world One of them is that maybe this made more sense and they edited the sense out of it in a sort of hacked it up, kept certain scenes left out the ones that explained what was going on. and. The other is that they were just incredibly stoned on drugs when they were writing it. but but beyond that, I, cannot. I can't make hefner tale of it I. I really can't if we take up that point about editing, I? Can't speak to the second point obviously I have seen both versions of this episode, the original and the remastered. Seems all happened in the same order each time. Okay. And we don't get any extra interesting exposition or anything that that would give us something. Nothing to your point. The major difference between them is that we do not in the Redux version, we do not have Rudolfo. Transmission in which he speaks about monsters and how they come in various shapes and sizes, and they're everywhere and they're always waiting. That is a bit Ham handed isn't it? Yes yeah okay interesting. Okay. So let's let's take the stuff I can sort of make sense out at first. So Montana. Goes in to the sailing ship. He's in a completely and utterly indefensible position. He's in a doorway crowded. He cannot get into the room. There are apparently six armed killers in the room and he shouts, Hey, drop your weapons and five of them all drop their weapons I can't quite figure out why Dante was. So imposing that they were like Whoa, we can't stand it now and they put their weapons down patrol cops and then he stupidly says well. The bounty on six bad guys is going to be enough to pay off my debts which appears to be the trigger for. Killing the others? Yes. Okay. So I'm guessing that that is the tracks wants to inflict pain on the man who's going to bring in. It's it's it's an act of defiance a trek is seems to like pain yes. Yes. He also nuts and so obviously a lot of. His actions can be written down to It's not supposed to make sense. Is it which I think is. Maybe. That's true. Maybe in real life maybe that's. A story it helps if you can put a narrative to the insanity, but we don't we don't really get that here but anyway, Dante screws it up and honestly it's not that big a screw up. I mean yeah. Maybe maybe it's count your chickens before they're hatched but apart from that, it's it really. You wouldn't expect that to trigger the events that happen afterwards because this is nuts. So you can't expect Dante to be thinking. Here's what Nutso will do true and and to get to a point where previous point you made other Fi I saw this other five and they I'll look. More intimidating, than. Dante. Yeah, yeah, and they just slaughtered an entire ship full of people. So it's not like that they had any compunction about about killing him and they can't have any illusions as to what's going to happen to him if they're captured right I. mean they were they were convicted criminals already, and now they've got mass murderer added onto whatever it was that they had in the first place so that made no sense but okay. Now go back to the ship and Lucretia rates him down for it. Well you know you made a mistake I it really wasn't then she goes on about the whole. You know he was messing up half of his assignments before I was brought on board. Now, this chew two ways we can go with that. The first is Dante takes that he admits to Percy later that it's true and then he quits. On, this I quit. And the other way you can take it is we are now four episodes in. Yes, we are. And Lucretia. Has Been on all four of those assignments and as far as I can tell, their success rate is now down to zero. have. They successfully done anything yet. They didn't bring in ECCLESTON. They didn't bring in the NTN There was another episode in there. They did get the guy to prison, but frankly they screwed that up so badly along the way that. Other people died and and bad things happened. So I guess maybe maybe they got twenty five percent we'll call it twenty five percent but really it was it was a bad. So I? Don't know what they're going there without, but I just want to point that out. She's not helping that much. Anyway to. Two. Days Resignation. It makes no sense in the way the show is presented but as we discussed last time, if you watch with the subtitles on and you see the opening narration, every time Dante says I'm a bounty hunter is just a job do. which makes this makes everything about the character different. If you think he's a bounty hunter, then he's terrible at it. If you think he's a guy who is not a bounty hunter who just does that because because I do it, but that's just what I do. Then his attitude isn't quite as off because I don't care I don't care about this job I don't care about keeping the job I don't care about. The whether it's a success or failure. kind of it's it's a little bit more of a fit and so I question them removing the narration. I was about to say that. There's occurred to me that. Narration should be there for the first season as it was originally. There are some people who hate narration I think it has its place. There are times when a few words can tell you everything you need to know and make the show more accessible and I think this is one of those instances. And, another one is the opening theme music, which is basically narration of Gilligan's island. But. Every week you know exactly what the situation is boom you're on the island there stranded were off. But then what is it at the end of this episode that Causes Dante to go well to forget that he quit altogether basically. was there a revelation that I missed along the way in the story? was literally just selling the shuttle maybe that was it. That that's if if there was anything that had to be it sell so that. I you know I I think that's that's part of the thing for me is that I just I'm not getting what's going on here in in these situations, I don't get the motivation and I don't get the solution but. that that part was the part that mostly made sense. Then there's the whole then there's the whole story with. With with I R- I rear Erie ir I are Eager Rei I got the spelling right but I think she only said it once episode and I kinda or anything my name was mayor. plink. Oh. I'M GONNA look out later. So I was watching this episode Kinda got the same feeling. I did last week with the episode on Mars and and actually kind of hearkens back to the one before that. The first one was not the first one not as much yet but but not as much for some reason. Maybe because they were actually involved in in what was supposed to be happening but it it's kind of like a guard characters aren't the agency in the story they are the steal balls, a giant pinball machine, and they are just bouncing wherever whatever random event throws them. We have in okay prisoner fine. You're assigned to catch the guy that's the part where they are on the on the case then they're commandeered by the military out of the middle of nowhere utterly unrelated to the event. Then, there is a strange space nominally that blasts the ship. Now, we've got a disaster on our hands and escaped prisoners. The escaped prisoner is running around doing things. Nobody understands killing people pronouncing them good sleeping their bunks and listening to billy. Billy soon, nominee I think it is. That's. and. I only got that from the end credits. and. It just. They're they're reacting they're not taking hold of the situation. Dante is always reacting. He's reacting to the threat of losing Percy and he's reacting to the crisis emergency. He's reacting to the nasty major Bartlett he never problem solving and and Lucretia who is my favorite character? On the show so far isn't really doing much occasionally being a bit of the voice, of reason. and. I see that as. A failure I hope that they rectify as time goes on, but it is kind of it's kind of rough to watch when I can't root for them to do anything. It's it's really just about them. Are they gonNA survive it I take your point. This is probably no there. There is probably about Of the episodes of the first season, this is the one I would jettison. If I had to get rid of one, make it a twenty one episode season. And is that because of the fact that it makes no sense, the bachelor of near Yeah it makes no. Since I remember I discovered this series back in Oh must have been two, thousand four when I am. Back in the dark days before the before the whole series was available on DVD and only fifteen the first fifteen episodes where available in a two disc set. And I sat down and watched these episodes Arab. Okay. I Wa- I watch all the others I understood them at least. But this one I watch not thought what was that? So, your introduction to the series was via DVD. Yes. So you watch them in order you watch the first fifteen. I'm just curious what what enticed you to buy a dvd of a series you'd never seen. I'm a science fiction nut and people are almost giving them away. Okay. Okay that's that's a valid reason I just curious as to whether or not. It was like I have always been a lifelong fan of Tony Villa Khanna whose name I can't think of right at the moment. Dante the actor, Michael. Yes. There we go. and. Plus I thought that Percy looked cute. Well Okay Percy is cute and Percy is much better in a still photograph than she is walking talking and causing problems on on the show but okay. So. I'll ask I'll ask but we've both admitted. We don't know what happened in this episode apart from what we saw with our own eyes was the girl a was the girl of reanimation of the dead girl that we saw in the playback or was the girl. A construct. A seemingly potentially non Kapoor. You'll construct of the virus your second choice. Okay. When Major. Bartlett for no apparent reason was being attacked by a swarm of little static and it was saying like complete with this complaint with us he was that I R- broken down. Okay. So When, she's Kapoor. She doesn't run around saying things like complete with us. But when she breaks up into bits swirly light, she seems to have a completely different personality. Okay. Again, doesn't have to make sense because we know it doesn't I I literally could not tell if that was her or that was something that she was manifesting or. Did she was she intentionally killing the guards that she didn't need to kill. So for example, she she definitely I think I think definitely. Kills the first guard that she somersaults at to escape I believe that and then she goes after the second guard. And she knocks him down and out. And I can tell if he was dead but his to his dead but to him, she leans down and puts her hand on his head and says like sorry is what she something like. That was what she said. I couldn't tell if that was a I'm sorry I killed you or when she leaned down, it was sorry I'm GonNa finish the job now kind of thing with her uber finger magic. Powers. So it wasn't sure whether that was a genuine remorse or I'm going to do it anyway but. Right she goes to attract us. She touches him I believe judicial touch him on that one. Yeah. Most of the people I know she touched she says bad I think that's what she said I in retrospect I thought she. I thought she said something else like bat or something and I go oh, she must've said bad. And then his lock explodes and she falls against the floor and disappears that is correct. That is an accurate telling of what happened but we have no idea why it happened because it didn't look like she was. Doing, anything to intentionally open the lock and I think that's a failure of direction like if she had reached down and I dunno pointed her finger, the lock and a little Zap had come from her finger on the lock had exploded and then she'd fallen back and I would've Gone Oh, she did that. But It almost felt like when she was reaching into touch him that there was some sort of I don't know and typical. Electric SPLAT. Like it was like he was. Part of it that make sense like like. They were known to each other. It. makes. As much sense as anything. Can I suppose? These things three. Years, it'd been just keep in mind the topic and. Just, keep on it doesn't mean anything. She pronounced a she the guard in the ventilation shaft she touches and he starts firing his gun. is she making him kill the other guard or is that an accidental upside shut down the thing because I've gone off because I'm? Terrified or Can't control myself. I interpreted that as that particular commando. Did that that wasn't that she made him to it. Okay. I again, I'm watching that going I i. don't I don't know I. Don't know there was the other guard that she tried to talk to and and there was sort of a a little dialogue going on at one point where she put her hand on him and I don't remember what it was about but it was it was I'm just no Bartlett was I'm just following orders. The other guy was there was one other children de. The most one other soldier who said he was just following Bartlett's Horner's. Okay Maybe was at the one where Dante was in the same room. So the guard the guard was behind Dante she put her hand on him. They had a little bit of dialogue and make any sense Oh. Yes. Now now I member and she said remember speaking of esplanade with children who had died. because the virus and she said, remember their faces. Now is she implanting that memory in him because I don't think he saw no, he wasn't there. So she had to be yes planning to memory she's implanting memories or. Like that's the best guess again I. Yeah. Yeah. We're. Totally speculating when that's fine because they didn't choose to provide us with answers and or if they did choose a failed to convey them. So. This a excuse me this episode is a an example of A. high-concept. Drug gone. Gone. Gone. Horribly Awry. I think about some of the. Was it. Joma Noshki was one of the writer on one of the writers on the verge of the various star. Trek series. and. If you look at a list of the episodes he wrote he liked highlights a mask or the S. One with it it. was absolutely horrendous. He wrote that one. I agree it's like what is this giving linear story? That makes sense. Well I'm all for the linear story thing but I think Simon might agree sometimes disagree I should say. Time that's been a long standing. Longstanding story with but Yeah I gates. This is this is high concept or I. Anyway. Protracted use I think is following her because. He literally pain. She let him out. So many map I guess he's grateful I kind of wonder if she's The, there's this whole thing about it's all pain. It's all about pain and then as the episode wears on, then she's like i. realize pains not enough. I want more than paying like. K where did you get pain in the first place? Is it? Is it just the pain of the people that that the Omega forty seven virus that creature itself if we call it a creature inflicted. You could be speaking a pain. I did write this down. This is from the scene after you which I touches. Dante. And chooses not to infect him. and she did with the commandos. The others were infected with the virus because I wasn't sure about that either. The, well, the the infect pugs I wrote this down as I. Know, you'll appreciate the reference on this 'cause I listened. Very listened very carefully more than what to every one of the space nineteen, ninety, nine podcast So I wrote this this destructive my weblog. This is car of Asia doing his best Victor Bergman impersonation. He. He did and and he did give it that sort of amazing. Amazing. A deadly virus that was sorry guilt really is the engine of the universe. and See- not end it seems not to have chosen to fit to infect any of you. But Anyhow I R- told Dante I have enough pain to fuel the universe. Right before disappearing again. Yeah. I think the next scene is when she appeared by the window and she's looking out at Phoenix research station. And by the way, that's a good point to bring up wasn't she supposed to be going to earth. In the quote unquote flashbacks of something we never saw she was desperate desperate desperate to get to Earth. And I. Whatever. Changed her mind changed her mind before before she scanned Dante I think may maybe I'm getting the sequence of events wrong here but. So, what we know is that the Phoenix Station was quarantined for years and then suddenly a shuttle leaves it. And she's on board at the the the shuttle was intercepted course because they're worried about the Omega forty, seven virus. Causing mass destruction of life on earth. and. She wants nothing but to get to Earth, this is something I don't understand in in universe because I know because because of episode one, I know what earth is like. It's not killing her it's not. It's not a destination for that many people want to go to. It's less acapulco and more Newark new, Jersey Oh yeah yeah. I was just watching. Let's make A. Detroit is Detroit Detroit I was just watching The six episode of season two when which earth comes up in Rodolfo called a sewer. What we've seen is not pretty exactly. What we've seen is not Perte but then so she wants to get to Earth they're taking her back to Phoenix at least we think that's what they were doing the space anomaly causes problems. The soldiers were going to take her to facility Triton. Oh, they were taking somewhere else okay to Triton, which is an orbit of Neptune okay. She gets the Control Center. Now I guess this is going to depend on whether she does this before or after she touches Dante and I can't remember perhaps you can. Sit on a course to to feedings, which would seem to mean that she's had a change of mind and I wonder if by touching Dante if that happened before she changed the course, then we could we could infer that Dante's whatever it is. He's got his head whether it's his his innate goodness or whether it's the pain of the loss of his wife and his child or whatever. It is that she resonated with made her no longer wished to inflict more pain. Could we take that as a possible its population? It's possible I can tell you that the sequence of events is that she touch Dante's head. And then subsequently, she went to the bridge and she adjusted the. That the tulips course. So, then that is that is when she says I have enough pain to fuel the universe maybe she got enough fat Dante's head to decide enough's enough he would have it. So. That could be what changed her mind on destroying. Destroying the world, it would have been nice if that had been clearer because that kind of makes. That kind of makes it a little more tragic and it makes it a little bit more sympathetic. Your should the the the thing is is wants to inflict pain, but he can understand that inflicting pain is not a good thing I don't WanNa do this anymore whereas never passes that point all he wants to do is inflict pain. So I think, I would that could have been a little clear assuming that we're even on the right track and then she goes back and she dissolves herself isn't. Sure what she was doing there, and I have Kelly how many times of Watch episode but even behind us to within the last two hours I. I still didn't know what she was doing. Okay. And then Maranda the entire moon blows up and I. I know that you know if earthmovers up or indeed were blasted into deep outer space leaving the earth behind we'd probably all be dead. Yes. And I think it would. It would. If it wouldn't instantly destroy the planet, it would certainly. Change the. It would certainly change the mass of the system that is in a balanced orbit around the sun. Would mess up our tides. The Moon keeps the. Sentence. Centrifugal. Force Center force but the the force of GYROSCOPIC forces we're going up, it would chew sears stable it would shift the orbit in access it would shorten the length of the day would mess up the tides. it would it would be bad we we'd be screwed. Yeah. But the moon is a third the size of the earth. I. Didn't look up with the size ratio of Miranda to urine is but much less I. Yeah. That was my impression. We're also talking about a guest giant, right? We're not. We're not worried about the tides or anything like that but it's still the same thing if you take a significant amount of mass out of a system although, are you taking significant matt amount of mass out of the system years blowing it up and moving it into a maybe a new ring who knows but if we have any physicists who were watching or listening. What would happen if Verandah blew up but what would happen to the? The system because apparently people do stuff out there have space stations and and prisons and. Secret facilities and I'm presuming colonists somewhere and there were worst a reference to the colonists on Maranda see all. Those years ago I thought that they were talking about the people on the Phoenix or the Tanning Miranda or it could have been. I wasn't clear. Wasn't no. There was something in this episode that wasn't clear, but but wait. Character. Fibers had spread to the station. Okay. Which case than the people and maybe maybe that's the maybe that maybe all callers some Maranda were dead or on Yeah Miranda were dead. Because of the Omega Forty, seven and. Now Marandus. Oh. Okay. Wait a second wait. A second I. got it. I. Got it. So the virus, let's say there were people on Miranda they were digging the ice, they got the virus, it killed them all they set up the Phoenix station to study it. It got on the station it killed everyone there. So now basically Miranda is a dead moon that's nothing but a virus and the station is a big virus. The virus decides for whatever reason that it wants to kill everyone on earth. But then after it meets Dante, realizes that that's pointless venture and and that goes back to the Phoenix where it destroys itself, which would include the entirety of the moon of Miranda to prevent it ever killing again. So we have A, we have a suicidal fibers with a conscience. Yes. It had to blow up the entirety of the moon to to prevent that from ever reoccurring. I'M GONNA run with it. You should have the episode. Maybe. Another pass. And the funny thing is, I think that some stories you'd look at and man from Atlantis the for example, you put that down on a piece of paper and you say there is no way you can fix this story without burning the celluloid and the script and the actors and everything with it in a huge bonfire. This is nothing you can do to make that story viable. But if you took this story which didn't enjoy I will admit I enjoyed talking about far more than I enjoyed watching it and you took this story I think two or three passes with somebody looking at it going. Oh see I was thinking. Yeah you see you're not telling the audience what you got in mind here and maybe you're giving them too much credit for their. As you maybe you're giving too much credit for their intelligence or perhaps you are not doing a good job of communicating either way, I think I think something could have happened I think you would have maybe changed the agency of our heroes a little bit and perhaps. Eliminate some stuff that we haven't even got to about Percy yet. And given a little bit more exposition hopefully in the form of not just somebody narrating and I think he could have had. An interesting episode that would have made you at the end like Caravaggio an alien virus with a conscience you know and go that was an interesting concept but instead, you don't get that until Carpaccio says it at the end night. And then you're like, he get that from exactly and here's something I don't get says. She was sent to tell the story not to hurt anybody point number one. Killing people hurting them, Yep point number two who sent her. What Center? Yell. And the Irish virus going out to tell a story in the did I just say those words? I'm sure there's a joke about virus wrote this story But But I mean that way okay. I already. But anyway. So. Yeah. We're not gonNA make sense any more than we just did in that Is I think we're going to get and I'm sticking with it and. Sticking to my guns on that one that's what they were trying to get. And if one of the writers or or somebody else wants to say you got that wrong I will take that. All right. Yes, and I thought about the major Bartlett character and he could have really cleared up because prevented a whole host of problems for himself and his men if you just x not been an ass. Yes yes. His motivation was. I'm not. You know I'm kind of a kind of in a little halfway place in my life I was I was raised watching mash I'm not a military person I identify with the military being filled with. The wrong kind of people I mean I I know that that's a cultural bias that I have been raised upon. But I also know that they perform an important duty at times an unpleasant and and potentially morally indefensible, but sometimes necessary duty. But I also do not I don't fall in the camp of everybody. Military is just a wonderful person that's and I. Thank you for your service because some of them are real assholes and are you get it for the wrong reason or take from it the wrong lessons they like every other group of people have their good and they're bad and they aren't cannot be painted in a broad stroke stereotype one way or the other. Well, first off the coup ever wrote attractive Napa track is Bartlett. wrote him in the worst light that person was knee Lou Gearan again. He comes on board and he immediately starts bossing them around when he didn't need to do that. You come on board. You say, Hi thank you for rescuing US look I've got a I've got a deadly prisoner on board I have to get into this base. Can you take me? There will no, we can't. Okay. Look. Don't make me don't make me inflict article eighty seven but I have the authority to do so and can we work something out here I mean you'll get paid for the transit and all that stuff but he doesn't do that. He's just like all legal eighty. So taken your ship let's go and he won't give explanations and he won't. Wrong wrong approach you know wrong approach with anybody but an underlying in the military, but you can also see Dante bristles because he doesn't want to ship taken over. But at the same time, he knows that that's what he has to do La-, Krisha the same way they know that the law is on Bartlett's side. and. There are prison ship basically of all the ships he could have commandeered. It's probably the best one they could have gotten. It has to facilities. Yeah and that seems to be just blind luck. Percy's reaction though is totally a I hate the military I hate this guy I can't stand this. I'm going to do absolutely everything I can to be a jerk and a problem back and and A. Three year old and. Ask again if you can count to four. Yeah. Yeah. You know you don't get to be a major in the regular maybe in draft time you can get to be that, but you'll give him this. You don't get to be major if you can't count to four, you have to at least be able to count five that's the rule but. It. Yeah. It she just she just instantly goes the wrong way and she she also frankly shows pointless antagonism towards Lucretia earlier in the episode with that whole the creatures like Whoa, you know you've messed up fifty s windy. And I'm thinking, was it not just two episodes ago that look Krisha with only one on this ship that was helping you out. She's the only person helps you practice with your military or helps you to do things that you WanNa do when Dante is the one who is stopping you from doing what you WanNa do was episode two yes trust. Trust CH-. Lucretia is the only person who seems sympathetic to Percy. You would think she would actually kind of like her, but she doesn't seem to at hall and I don't see from what we've seen so far in the story Lucretia has not done anything that should earn that I R- higher and. Fronting. So. Yeah. Again, the motivation of character doesn't. It seems to just follow the wind as to whatever they need Percy be another bumper on the the pinball machine of of that the Trans Utopian pinball machine from bally. I'm is right now or at this early point in the season Percy's character development his following the convenience of plot. Yeah she is. She is as flexible as and it's never good. It hasn't been so I mean to be honest to be absolutely blunt, right? We're we're in this for the hall. We're going to we're going to, I'm going to get through this show but if I were sitting down and watching these first four episodes going into, I want to watch this show I'd be done I my I would be done. Percy irritates me beyond and I can I can live with plot holes. I. Can live with. All banner of problems with the show if it delights me in some way, but right now it it doesn't. It's just like it's not that I hate it it's that I do actively disliked Percy and but. It just doesn't matter how cute she is because he can just change channels and there will be another. Cute actress on on another show if that's what you're after cutesy defined on TV but. So. I have to sit here and I have to try to figure out what the heck she's doing. So why is it that she just the ship is? Damaged the navigation systems are out there locked on a dangerous course they've got control of the bridge here fix this okay. Turnaround I'm going to go walk off and I'm just GONNA go ambling around this ship for for wise I, I could make sense of it whatsoever at the other things is. Isn't a way to make sense of it to the closest I can come to. That is Percy also despite being a good mechanic and engineer when she's doing our job and despite being highly intelligent is immature. I I I. Have Trouble even reconciling that to immaturity because I don't see what else what she wanted to do. You know if I felt like she had Impurity is not making the right choice between two options but this is I can stay here and I can work on this. or I can go walk around on a ship filled with dangerous prisoners who were escaping and killing people do. Like that's that's beyond immaturity. Now, if she decided, hey, I'm going to go down to the cafeteria and get myself a milkshake before I work on this. I would go okay. That's just image that's immaturity, and then if she had stumbled across the prisoner is what did think about bat? We different. But we're we're not presented with any kind of motivation for that. We're just like Percy needs to not be on the brick. Heck. They could have come to the bridge and kidnapped her. They didn't even need to get her to leave her station voluntarily someone could have taken her. Most of the ship is abandoned. Yes. So Anyway I mean it did lead to my favorite scene. It was far too short but that's where backhander and her if she has any more smart ass comments to make. And even here I, don't understand Percy's. Motivations because based on absolutely everything I've seen so far. I expected to half five or six more mart ask comments to get a backhand deal. Is that one? That was that when he said he was going to think about it and she said good luck with that. I think so yeah, I believe that was the comment that he made that or that she made that that got the got the smack. Very much on par with if you can count to four. Kind of thing. So. Down she encounters ir and she takes her to her quarters and puts her to bed and plays music videos for her. Yeah Oh. Okay. I don't think you know we did get seen earlier where she made some grumbly comment about that. Those big old bully soldier picking on that little girl. So I mean she did pull a little sympathy in the wrong way for the murderous creature. So I can I can almost kind of. Almost kind of get that and even accept it. If there had been a little more dialogue where she had tried that theory out on Ir die and gotten some gotten some sort of a feedback from ir that Shin Really WanNa, be killing people and that or something, but we don't she just kind of. As. A sort of meaningless conversation with her and then puts her to bed. Play some music for, and then she leaves and it's unclear if she's going to get uncle Dante to say, Hey, I've got the dangerous prisoner in my cabin or if she's going to the kitchen to get a milkshake or or or what her next course of action was going to be. 'cause I could picture her going back maybe even working on the navigation system and never mentioning that Eire's in her room again to and I don't know what are our motivation for either because of even if the military said well I, guess she's gone and they all packed up in their shuttle on left. GonNa. Tell somebody someday an I. Don't firestone the ship somebody will find out fairly soon. So. Yeah there is there is that. Yeah. I. Don't. Have anything else on it. This is the first time we will this is the first time that we learn of billy sooner. About rephrase that this is the episode in which we learn about billy sooner me and how much Percy likes her off and on throughout the first season, she will play abilities not only video now I'm Gonna I'm. GonNa ask. We playing. I'll just say my wife is from Taiwan and Taiwan, they use the same word for he and she so oddly enough I hear it day in and day out where my wife gets it wrong chill chill refer to me as she all the time or she'll. Just. It it just doesn't. It has an internalized. You said she with regards to billy's NAMI. Speaking she was Percy is the first okay. This is a I couldn't tell. Okay. Sorry. I wasn't clear there this is the first time that. The in the series that Percy has played a billy to Nami video and I saw that the actor who was playing Billy Sin Nami at a name. Yes the name is K I have re was at Kyw Chi. Chi's probably calm. King Kaik King see that's an Asian sounding half asian-sounding name. That I do that and I go I don't know that person is that somebody famous candidate that they got to come in and guess spot lease. It can't be all that famous in that his only credits on IMDB or I start hunter. And here's another. Here's an interesting point D. Did you recognize actress he played I R- I did not Nazanin contractor. This was her first television role that according to IMDB. Okay. I don't know the name of a look look I md DB she was apparently in twenty four which I never watched. I did recognize her from the beginning and star Trek into darkness where she played the mother of the girl at the beginning of the movie star Trek into Oh okay. Okay. The WHO is married to. Roast House boyfriend yeah. Which? oddly enough. I can't think of at the top of my head That's actually funny. According to my calculation miscount tractor was a Swiss seventeen years old when she made this episode. She definitely gave the appearance of being a child. Yes. She she definitely gave the appearance of being younger than Percy. She was because Tenure Allen was twenty five right she's she's playing under under her age. There is the physicality of it higher was was young looking I. Guess we should mention the name of the episode. Yes I do play this game where I I'm looking at an episode and try to figure out this significance and usually it's no problem did eventually clusters about the close. Trust. Ask who can we can extract why that makes sense then was family values. Okay. Families involved that made sense. as I understand the mythology of siren song, it was to lure sailors to the death on the rocks Yup Yup I I'm wondering if she is lured, is it because she lured patrols to his to his death could or all the other people I? I don't know. I did think it was not the the most succinct title that they could have come up with an Hey what the heck it wasn't the most succinct of episodes so. It'd be. Head trip sub be sometimes corporeal virus I don't know. Guilty virus guilty virus. Yes. We watching guilty virus again today actually I like. That name better than you got anything else just in the next episode number five The man who sold the world. Elon Musk her jeff Jesus. Right. Thank you for joining me my pleasure and listeners I. do hope you'll join us again next time on fusion patrol. You've been listening to fusion patrol listener supported podcast, find out how you can be a sponsor and get early access to all episodes and more at Patriotair. 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Cutting Our Newport New and Orlando Meetups

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Cutting Our Newport New and Orlando Meetups

"Hey there. I'm eric olson. I'm kevin days. Join us on our journey to building in your one hundred million dollars. Company your wits eric j olson how goes it we started. God marketers meet up called martyrs automous in norfolk in the fall of two thousand eighteen right off the bat. It was a big success. We had standing room only at the very first meet up. Literally people were sitting on the floor in the back and it was packed. If if course expect are we expected it to kind of like simmer down a a little bit heading into the holidays which it did and then after the holidays are picked up again but we normally have between forty and fifty people show up to every single meet up and it was super exciting and we decided that we were going to expand the meet up to a couple of different markets. The first market that we expanded expanded to was newport news so if you're unfamiliar with the norfolk virginia beach newport news area there is a body of water. You're a big body of water. Give it like a bay. Almost the separates what we called the south side which is north virginia beach from the peninsula which is newport news and hampton and there's a bridge tunnel that connects the two and that is a geographic barrier that nobody wants to cross or does so voluntarily. It's not like just going over a little bridge. It's a pain and it's always congested so people just avoid it like the play you're either either on one side of the region or you're on the other technically we call ourselves one region but the reality is they're two completely separate region agent with completely different cultures and everything and you're on one side or you're on the other so knowing that we wanted to bring marketers anonymous from norfolk norfolk to newport news so we spun up a second marketers anonymous in newport news too big fan fair we lost it and we had very little as far as attendance goes. I think we had ten. Maybe twelve people the first one we're on okay well. This isn't so bad but let's see what happens with the second thoroughness so what we did is we really like cranked up our marketing machine. We spent some dollars and we literally contacted every single market. Oh that we had a connection to on the peninsula in newport newport news and we invited them and the second one was even worse. I think we had seven or eight people show up and we did that for a couple of months and we i kept hoping and hoping we even had a hard time getting speakers and it wasn't even that the speakers knew that we had low attendance it was just hard to kaik penetrate this market and even his just half an hour away but that's how impenetrable these two markets are the newport news as market versus norfolk and we're from the norfolk market so lit a very very difficult time we repeated this mistake with orlando and in orlando it was the exact same results we got a couple of people that would come out to these meet ups and then it was always just like ten or fewer at both locations and i realized that we were spending ed tremendous amount of time and energy and thus dollars to support these to meet us when only like ten people may be six people would show up and it just wasn't worth it. We gave it a shot. We did it for like six months. We cut the newport news one i because it just it makes sense for us to have three people go over. We're a third of the people that actually showed up to the meet up three people that i'm paying for half a day to go spend some time over there to get in front of another four four or five or six people. It's just not worth it. The next one to go was orlando and the reason was jamal and i went down for a meet up and we only had like seven people show oh up but we were there for two days. We were in an office like a co working space that we were paying for while we were down there. We had ubers we had flights. We had airbnb be an all in all. I was gone for two days. I missed a couple of workouts and spent a thousand dollars. It cost us a thousand bucks when it was all said and done to pull that off so so that six or seven people could show up. It just wasn't worth it. It was an eagle blow and still kind of is to have to admit that we pulled the plug on this things after just a few months but what i didn't want to do is just continue to make the same mistakes because i didn't want my ego bruised i would rather admit defeat and take take a little bit of a hit and now rather than take a massive hit by continuing the error over and over and over again so in your business and your activities in your events is think about like is this working or not in the entrepreneurial culture people were always saying never ever quit and i agree and with that to an extent don't quit but if it's obvious it's not working and if you've pivoted and that's still isn't working at some point it's just obvious and you'd be an idiot to continue so you really need to be objective about the things that you're doing and see what's working see what does it and the things that aren't working working. Cut them because there's other things in your business that are working focus on those things. Thank you for listening. Is it time for see website. If so we'd love to help you out check out our website services at this is the ray dot com.

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The second wave of protests

Axios Today

09:44 min | 6 months ago

The second wave of protests

"Today's episode is sponsored by Goldman Sachs. Good Morning. Welcome to axios today, it's Tuesday. July twenty. I'm NYLA Buddha. Here's how we're making you smarter today. How the recession has made our economic divide? Even greater plus Americans are turning to social bubbles to get through the pandemic. But I the second wave of protests is today's one big thing. Protests over the killing of George Floyd had dwindled over the past month, but now they're back last Wednesday, the trump administration announced it would send more federal agents to Chicago Albuquerque in an extension of federal operation that started in six other cities this month by Saturday. Thousands of people were protesting all across America especially in Portland. Where thousands of protesters have gathered in front of the Federal Court House where each night they're teargassed by federal agents, and it seems to be directly in response to the trump administration, sending these federal agents from dhs in Doj Steph covers politics for Axios, and she says these past few weeks have re energized the protest movement. People don't like to see their federal government. US federal forces against citizens of the US. WHO. Who are protesting and so I think there's a lot of concern over them. Rations actions, the more we see, the trump administration react to these protests with more force with more federal agents I would expect us to see even stronger reactions to that with more protests and more cities. If you read between the lines here, this is all happening in an election year. Sending federal officers to different cities are clear part of. Of President Trump's reelection strategy for trump? It's something that he wants to tout as being tough on crime, law and order, but for a lot of people. It's cause a lot of concern in. It's certainly not gonNA do anything to help us ease the civil unrest. You've seen in the US Portland is the center right now for what's going on in US city, so we wanted to take you there to see what's. What's happening on the ground? Conrad Wilson is the Criminal Justice reporter for Oregon. Public Broadcasting he and his colleague Jonathan Levinson broke the story about the Department of Homeland. Security taking people into unmarked Evan's another catalyst. He's also been talking to federal law enforcement officials about how these protests have evolved in late June and early July. This was a lot smaller than it is today and very much so acknowledged the fact that. They've done things that have really inflamed. The situation that have escalated the situation and they've done them very quickly. There are literally thousands of people showing up to the federal courthouse in Portland knowing full well that they are going to get tear gassed. I mean the likelihood is very high. It happens every night. That is how angry people are that is? How impassioned if people feel, there's a sense that federal law enforcement need to leave. Even though the federal presence may have brought more people out on the streets, the heart of the movement remains black lives. Matter and Conrad says journalists and leaders in other cities should look closely at what's happening in Portland. This is obviously something that is a much bigger nationwide initiative and I think that what we're seeing. Play out in Portland. It's a lot of lessons for other leaders, other cities, other members of the media and other protesters to really look at. What's happening here? It is historic. It is very big, and it is something that. The white. House seems intent on continuing to expand. Steph Kaik covers politics, axios and Conrad Wilson Covers Criminal, justice from Oregon Public Broadcasting. We'll be back in fifteen seconds with a great divide in the recession. COVID, nineteen is changing markets, industries and the global economy. You can hear the latest insights from Goldman. Sachs experts and thought leaders GS. Dot Com slash covid, nineteen or on any of your favorite podcasts platforms. Welcome back to axiom. You've heard of a tale of two cities. Well Salsa trooper economy meaning. This recession has caused two very different realities for Americans. Difference between the wealthy people who have financial assets. They own homes. They own stocks, blue collar, workers and folks who've lost their jobs. The rest of the Country Diaspora Bowen is actually assist markets editor so one thing that really surprised me in your reporting dion. There are people who are saving a lot of money right now. Yeah, so the savings rate for the US went for about eight percent in March two thirty two percent. PERCENT in April, so you're seeing literally historic levels of saving, and almost all of that economists say is coming from the wealthy who have most of the cash to put away your average working class person generally has little to no savings, and it wouldn't make much of a dent anyway, so not on the stock market is doing well. You started by saying people who are primarily professional workers people who are working from home have stable jobs. What is that looking like for the rest of the economy? The rest of the economy is not doing well. Well at all, there's just been a complete loss of confidence because there's a loss of control for people who are frontline workers, and there's also been a significant loss of jobs as of the first week of July thirty, two million people were receiving some form of unemployment benefits from the government for about twenty million of those people, the six hundred dollars extra benefits that the federal government had been paying them expired Congress. Hasn't come up with a solution for what to do about that just yet. Do you feel like conversations? You're seeing in Washington reflect. Reflect this dual reality as you're seeing all these protests in places around the country, one thing that's motivating the desire to stay out in the streets. Is this belief that the wealthy are playing by a different set of rules that the rest of us just don't get, and that's one major aspect of this trend that we're seeing exacerbated where the wealthier doing better and better. Wow non wealthy. You're doing worse and worse. That is likely to continue, and there does seem to be a lack of appreciation for just how dire the situation is from converse. Dan Rebellion is the markets editor for access. The latest AXIOS A-X-I-O-S Corona Virus Index poll is out, and it's all about social bubbles David, neither is one of the managing editors at axios. Social bubbles are when people kind of. Put together their own groups of people like anybody. They know outside the family, but it's gotta be somebody that they know and they trust. These are the people that they're going out and socializing with how many Americans are saying? They're doing that? Forty seven percent of Americans, so almost half of Americans are doing some form of this now where they say they are. This is about the first thing I've seen with the coronavirus that is not a partisan split fifty. Fifty percent of Democrats and forty nine percent of Republicans. What do you think these findings represent? They show Americans trying to cope with the situation they're in. It's a recognition that this is not going to be over anytime soon and yet you've got to see some people. So who can you socialize with? Who can you trust? It's GonNa. Be People that you know and they're just looking for any safeway that they can rebuild some semblance of a social life. David neither is one of the managing editors for axes. Thanks David. Thank you. Before we end today show. I wanted to tell you about one man who's walking three hundred miles from North Carolina to Washington DC. It's something walking. Marine Terry sharp has done eat different types bringing awareness to the fact that we're losing twenty two veterans suicide every day. so many people have an idea that this is happening Terry's walk ten to sixteen miles every day this month, and so far he's raised twenty thousand dollars for a nonprofit that works with wounded military. Terry got to see yesterday. We've got more information on our episode page about Terry and if you were someone you know needs help. We have mental health resource links on that page to. You can find these at axios, DOT com. That doesn't today. You can reach our team podcast at AXIOS DOT COM, or reach out to me on twitter at Nyla Boudou. If you want more news before tomorrow, TUNINTER afternoon podcast recap. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and we'll see you back here tomorrow morning. Goldman, Sachs experts and thought leaders are sharing their insights about the trends shaping markets industries in the global economy. You can hear the latest insights on covert. Economic and market implications at GS, dot com slash nineteen or any of your favorite podcasts platforms.

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A Memory Palace/Radio Diaries Crossover Event

the memory palace

17:26 min | 2 years ago

A Memory Palace/Radio Diaries Crossover Event

"Aw. This episode of the memory is brought to you by linked in the right, hire make a huge impact on your business. I have a very small business over here in. So the people that I work with have to really work, well and work. Well with me it is so important to find the right person with seventy percent of the US workforce on Linton. Posting on Lincoln is the best way to get your job opportunity in front of more of the right people. Hurry to Lincoln dot com slash memory and get fifty dollars off your first job post. That's linked in dot com slash memory. Lincoln dot com slash memory, terms and conditions apply. This upset of the memory palace. Brought to you in part by ever lane men. I love ever land where you never overpay quality clothes. I would just visiting some relatives in Florida in. I had bought a pair of shorts in the travel bag from ever lane. It was so great to have the opportunity to use them here in the middle of winter. These are premium essentials with just a little bit more. They want you to know what you're paying for. And why they tell you the real cost they're radically transparent about every step in the process into these close. Look better they cost less last longer. You're going to have these clothes and be wearing these clothes for years. They're simple. They're stylish classic. They're made out of only quality materials right now. You can check out our personalized collection ever, lean dot com slash memory. Plus get free shipping on your first order that is Evelyn dot com slash memory. Eight years ago on February. Twentieth. Nineteen thirty nine twenty thousand people attended what was for all intents and purposes, a Nazi rally in Madison Square Garden in two thousand seventeen I did a story that took place on that night. I am releasing it here both to Mark the anniversary and to let it play out again at a time when anti semitic and white supremacist, violence and speech are on the rise. I'm also we releasing it because I think that what happens with memory palace episodes is some of you will listen to it, and then want to go and learn more, and who can blame you it's so today we are going to do that. The first time I've done this excited about it. Immediately. Following this episode the year Hank Greenberg hit fifty eight home runs going to play a new story about that rally produced by my dear friends radio diaries. Little one two punch as it were. You can subscribe to their podcast, you can find out even more about the rally and the events of eight years ago, and you can listen to literally two decades worth of some of the greatest audio stories ever produced at radio diaries dot org. This is the memory palace. I'm Nate male. The year. Hank greenberg. Hit fifty eight homers to lead the major leagues he batted three fifteen scored one hundred forty three runs drove in one hundred forty seven and had an opium of one point one to two if that means anything to you, if it doesn't just know that it's very very good. He meant something close to everything to Jewish Americans. Joe DiMaggio with talion Americans, but more. So Hank Greenberg was the Hebrew hammer despite suffering all sorts of anti semitic, prejudice and abuse. He never ran away from his identity, even when people freaked out when his Detroit Tigers lost game when he sat out for young Kapoor in every Jewish kid pouring over the box score in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, while pouring milk over the morning cereal. All the old timers shouting baseball. And Yiddish over the squealing brakes of the elevated trains and canal street new the only reason Hank Greenberg led the league in walks that same year was because no one. Would give them anything to hit. Because no one wanted to do to break, babe. Ruth's homerun record. The your hand Greenberg. Hit fifty eight homers. There was another Jewish hero known for his own astounding Affleck feats, though, his fame didn't extend much beyond the orbit. But if you grew up in a cold, water, flat and flatbush or remembered waking up to the sounds of guys selling pickles and Shmatko outside your tenement window and riverton. You knew the mighty atom. The beginning of his story wasn't all that different from your own. He was born Joseph Greenstein in Poland. He had come to America fleeing -program found work where he could which in his case turned out to be Galveston, Texas, the oilfields in. That's where his story it starts differentiate a touch from the standard tale of Jewish. European migration in the early twentieth century. His boss became obsessed with his wife Leah and wanted to get Greenstein out of the picture. So we shot him ten paces right between the eyebrows. And it did not kill him. Not only. Did it not kill him? The bullet it smushed. The doctors went into retrieve it and found the bullet right under his skin flattened against his skull in Joseph Greenstein little guy barely five four gifted with an apparently Petr naturally card. Head found a calling. Hit the vaudeville circuit told his story intense in fields and small towns but kids touch scar. And he built out his act by building up his body. He became the mighty atom strongman the compact package with remarkable bow who drove nails through would with his fists, bent, straight metal rods into hardships who broke chains with his bare hands and who among us would deny his fans, the metaphorical pleasures watching a fellow Jew break chains with your hands. In the nineteen thirty eight the year. Hank Greenberg hit fifty eight home runs and walked hundred nineteen times. The mighty atom was packing them. In theaters all over New York. That year when pitchers started walking Hank Greenberg over and over as you got closer and closer to beating papers record. So he fell three short. The Nazis annexed Austria. German Jews were forced to register their assets, then their businesses then they were forbidden to practice medicine and then law, then they were forced to get ID cards in present them on request than have their passports stamped with a red. Jay, then the Nazis burned the synagogue at Nuremberg Greenberg went to for five that day. Then Jews of polish descent were exiled from Germany right as baseball season ended. And then one thousand synagogues were set on fire on Kristallnacht in seventy six were destroyed as more than seven thousand Jewish owned businesses and Jewish. In more than one hundred Jewish people were killed and thirty thousand were arrested in sent off to concentration camps and those who remained were expelled from school and stripped of their businesses in their property as winter Kim. The year that Hank Greenberg had one of baseball's greatest seasons while people shouted dirty Jew and Kaik him from the stands. Membership in the German American bund was on the rise twenty five thousand German Americans dedicated to extending Hitler's vision of antisemitism in the master race to the United States thousand of them uniform stormtroopers in there was father Coggan radio preacher with an audience in the many millions who had spent most of the thirties keeping his antisemitism coded keeping it to dog whistles and whispers about Roosevelt and the banks but in the year, Hank Greenberg came in third in MVP voting. He stopped holding back writing about the Jewish conspiracy controlling the world in praising Hitler and German atrocities and the radio. Does that you're the next? Winter didn't seem to end in hanged. Greenberg's remarkable summer was dream half remembered in the Nazis passed a law that forced Jews turn over everything made of gold and silver ARC's Minora's wedding rings, lovers Lockets. The German American bund held a rally in Madison Square Garden swastikas in American flags the Nazi eagle and George Washington. The red white and blue and the red and black banners hung from the rafters like retired jerseys and twenty two thousand people in the audience Americans right there in midtown Manhattan with their right arms extended in the Nazi salute. While there was another American just outside. The mighty atom was in midtown to perform nearby earlier that day down its nails with fists Brooks chains in the story goes that he saw a sign hanging high in the wall of the arena. Slogan to familiar. And on that night. Just too much. No dogs or Jews allowed. So he went across the street to a hardware store slaps in cash in the counter in left with the ladder in a bat. And he did the three story ladder across thirty third street, propped it up against the wall. Client started ripping down the side security guard swastika armband shot it for help. And by the time. The mighty atom got back to the street the toward sign flapping above twenty nuts surrounded looking for a fight. So the mighty atom gave him more. And when it was over there were eighteen American Nazis on the way to the hospital. And there was one Jewish-American walking home with only a black guy. Holding baseball. Hank Greenberg signature model, Louisville slugger. Ladies and gentlemen, my fellow can American it's my very great privilege who welcome you Madison Square. Garden was the big arena in New York at the time hockey games boxing matches the week before the rally there was the Westminster dog show. Name is Arnie Bernstein. I'm historian and author of the book swastika nation. The rally opened with the pledge of allegiance. Twenty thousand people stood up held their hands aloft in the Nazi salute. And said the pledge to the American flag. And. Taylor's businessman, you know, blue collar, white collar, they came wearing their Nazi armbands and every penance in their hands. It looked like any kind of political rally only with the Nazi twist. Our boys and girls, fellow white Americans and other none parasitic the rally was explicitly antisemitic. Demand a white gentile America. They denounced Roosevelt as Rosenfeld to say that Roosevelt was in the pocket of the rich. Choose. My name is Sarah churchwell, I'm a cultural historian and the author of behold America with opened the west and build our country was the spirit of the militant white, man. One of the speakers was Gerhardt Wilhelm coons who was the public relations director for the buns, and he gave and explicitly white supremacist. Vision of America American lawmakers generations ago promulgated laws forbidding intermarriage between white and black yellow Brown and red inhabitant. We had Jim grow loan and to complicate it system of immigration quota. It has always been very much American to protect the character of this nation. One of the things that they tried to do was to say that basically this is what America has always been. And this is what the founding fathers would have supported. We are not raping rate patron, but recognition and the will to the preservation of our own. Great. My name is Brett Sisley on oh in my grandfather was at the Nazi rally the twenty six year old plumber. His name was is Greenbaum. He is duty. There's an American as do as a curious yorker to the situation. And you snuck into the rally the only ever homeless parasite Joe. He was in the very very back set them listened and listened in the rallies for about three hours long. Fritz q. Of the night. With split speaker, the Fritz Kuhn. Fellow american. Own her knee too is controlled tune was the leader of the German American bun, and this he wanted to be the Hitler of America. AM not ten. To the men that our woman so terms who the American people found that it. Twenty thousand people cheering raising their hands saluting this man in the Heil Hitler salute. And he was just amazed. And so he slowly worked his way to the front. I remember him telling me that there was one thing said about the Jews and how they're like cockroaches. And my grandfather said he lost it. Weiming? Grandpa. Just muscled his way through the guards that were front jumped up on the stage and he yelled down with Hitler. Bunch of the guards security jumped on my grandfather started punching and kicking him point at him point his pants down. And they were getting cheers and New York. Police ran from the other side of the stage and the police pulled my grandfather off to safety. He had a black guy in a Brockton knows. But. You said he would have done it again that is open to you. Why did you watch? A good area. Join america. The apt up everybody just push through in the air doing Coon screaming free, America, the America. This rally in February nineteen thirty nine was really the turning point for the bond as soon as the United States entered the war all of these fascist groups were discredited and disbanded the bund was largely forgotten. But there's something they tapped into that is part of America. We still see elements of it today. They may not be the German American bund. You know, the the nineteen seventy eight attempt by Nazis to March in Skokie the who clicks clan in the nineteen sixties. We saw it at the unite the right rally in Charlottesville, eight years later. The philosophy is still there. And all these groups maintain that they are patriotic Americans. And this is the America that they see. Radio.

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When Nazis Took Manhattan

Radio Diaries

19:10 min | 3 months ago

When Nazis Took Manhattan

"The. Radar is brought to you by progressive saving money in your car insurance is easy with progressive. An average savings of seven hundred, ninety, six dollars for customers who switch and save. In fact, customers can qualify for an average of six discounts on their auto policy with progressive discounts for starting to quote online or having multiple vehicles on their policy. Get. Your quote online at Progressive Dot Com and see how much you could be saving. National Average annual car insurance savings by new customers surveyed who saved with progressive in two thousand, eighteen discounts, Mary and are not available in all states and situations. If you're a fan of radio diaries. We like to introduce you to another podcast. We think you'd like. Coming to you from Pierre Wrecks in Wyoming public media the new season of the modern west is out now. Stories will take you to a windswept prairie where an old West Ghost town once stood. Into a new town in the making or schools businesses or closing fast. The modern West is exploring rural decline and resilience and asking why does it matter America's small towns disappear. Search for the modern West wherever you get your podcasts. Radio. From Pierre Radio Topa this is radio diaries. I'm Joe Richmond. In an election season where the words will you condemn white supremacy are considered a gotcha question at a presidential debate. It seems like a good time to take a look back at another time in American history when race and ethnic divisions took center stage. Just, over eight years ago on February Twentieth Nineteen Thirty Nine twenty thousand men and women streamed in Madison Square Garden in new. York. Outside the Marquee read pro American rally inside on the stage that American flags and a giant banner of George Washington sandwiched between two huge swastikas. We have adopted the gun salute of the outstretched right arm and hand. Symbol and the salute. Representing the greeting variance of white gentile. Whom and. Nationally. And in our case, that means the United States of America. WHO's the eve of World War? Two. A few months after Kristallnacht in Germany a few months before the invasion of Poland. Hitler hadn't yet proven what it meant to be a Nazi. The rally was organized by the German American Boone one of several American organizations that openly supported fascism and Hitler. The Bund filmed the rally to create a sort of American triumph of the will. Today in the show when Nazis took Manhattan. Ladies and gentlemen. My fellow can American. It my very great privilege to welcome you Madison. Square Garden was the big arena in new. York. At the time hockey games boxing matches the week before the rally there was the Westminster dog show. And Amy Bernstein I'm historian and author of the Book Swastika. Nation. I Let. The rally opened with the sledge of allegiance. To Faith Automatic Twenty Thousand People stood up held their hands aloft in the. Nazi. Salute. And said the pledge flag. He and Taylor's businessman blue collar white collar. They came wearing their Nazi armbands. Every. PENANCE in their hands. It looked like any kind of political rally. Only with the Nazi twist. One member. Our boys and girls. Fellow White American and other Non Parrot pitic get. The rally was explicitly antisemitic demand a white gentile America. They denounced Roosevelt as Rosenfeld to say that Roosevelt was in the pocket of the rich choose. My Name is Sarah Churchwell I'm cultural historian and the author of behold America Spirit with opened the West and build our country was the spirit of the militant white man. One of the speakers was Gerhardt Wilhelm coons who was the public relations director for the Buns and he gave an explicitly white supremacist. American lawmakers generations ago. Promulgated Laws Forbidding Intermarriage Between White and Black Yellow Brown and red inhabitant. We Have Jim Crow and a complicated system of immigration quotas. It has been always been very much American. To protect the Arian character of Whitney. One of the things that they tried to do was to say that basically, this is what America has always been, and this is what the founding fathers would have supported. We are not reaching rate patron. But rates recognition. And the will to the preservation of our own rate. My name is Brett Sisley on Oh. My grandfather was at the Nazi rally. Him Say Twenty six year old plumber. His name was Greenbaum. He felt it was his duty as an American Jew and as a curious New Yorker go says the situation. And you snuck into the Rally The only ever homeless heard site. The job. Back. And he sat there. He listened listened in I believe the rallies for about three hours long. Hundred. Skew. The Pinnacle of the night was blessed speaker. Fritz Kuhn. Later, than John, and. Fellow American. Your all heard of knee. Truest control. Tune was the leader of the german-american Ben. And in essence, he wanted to be the Hitler of America where. You Aaron not can Krisztian to the main. Got Our. How the terms to the American people founded. Watch twenty thousand people. Cheering. Raising their hands saluting this man in the Hitler salute. And he was just amazed. So he's slowly worked his way to the front. I remember him telling me that there was one thing. About the Jews cockroaches and my grandfather said, he lost it type apartment bombing. My grandpa just muscled his way through the guards. Jumped up on the stage and he yelled down with Hitler. Bunch of the guards, the security jumped on my grandfather they started punching and kicking point Adams point his pants down and they were getting. Cheers. And The New York police ran from the other side of the stage and the police pulled my grandfather off to safety. He had a black guy and a broken nose but. You said, he would have done it again. That is open to you. Why did you are sincere? A good crack. Of Air. America When the wealthy wrapped up everybody just thrust rooms in the air and join coon screaming free America. Free America. Does rally in February nineteen, thirty nine was really the turning point for the bond. As soon as the United States entered the war, all of these fascist groups were discredited and disbanded. The bundles was largely forgotten, but there's something they tapped into. That is part of America. We still see elements of it today they may not be the German American Bund. The, the nineteen seventy eight attempt by Nazis to March in skokie, the Ku Klux Klan in the nineteen sixties we saw it at the unite the right rally in Charlottesville. Eighty. Years later. The philosophy is still there. And all these groups maintain that they are patriotic Americans. and. This is the America. That they see. Two years after that, nineteen, thirty, nine, rally, the United States entered World War Two. Millions of Americans went to Europe to fight the Nazis. One of them was door Greenbaum, the protester who jumped up on stage at Madison Square Garden. This story was produced by Erik Kramer without from Nelly. Gillis, me Richmond or editors with Deborah George Ben Shapiro. Learned about the rally from the film a night at the garden directed by Marshall Curry. And the visuals of the rally are really worth seen for yourself. You can watch the film at night at the Garden Dot Com. The, night of the nineteen thirty, nine Nazi rally there were twenty thousand enthusiastic fascists inside Madison Square Garden. But. Outside. There were even more protesters. The streets of midtown Manhattan were tents there were police on horseback. In fact, at the time, it was the largest deployment of police in New York City history fights breaking out between fascist and antifascist, and one fight was particularly memorable. It involved a man called the mighty atom. The story comes from our friend, nate, demeo at the Memory Palace. The year Hank Greenberg. Eight homers to lead the major leagues. He batted three fifteen scored one, hundred, forty, three runs drove in one, hundred, forty, seven. And had an opioid of one point one to two if that means anything to you. If. It doesn't just know that it's very, very good. He meant something close to everything to Jewish Americans. Joe Dimaggio with Italian Americans but more so. Hank Greenberg was the Hebrew Hammer. Despite suffering all sorts of anti Semitic prejudice and abuse. He never ran away from his identity even when people freaked out when his Detroit Tigers lost game when he sat out YMCA poor. In every Jewish kid pouring over the box score in the Cleveland. Plain dealer while porn milk over the morning cereal. Nov The old timers shouting but baseball and Yiddish over the squealing brakes of the elevated trains Canal Street. New, the only reason Greenberg led the league in walks that same year because no, one would give them anything to hit. Because no one wanted to do to break Babe Ruth's home run record. The your hand Greenberg hit fifty eight homers. There was another Jewish hero known for his own astounding athletic feats though his fame didn't extend much beyond the orbit. But if you grew up in a cold water, flat and flat butcher remembered waking up to the sounds of guy selling pickles and sh-. Mata. Outside your tenement window and Riverton, you knew the mighty atom the beginning of his story wasn't all that different from your own. He was born Joseph Greenstein. In Poland. He had come to America fleeing program found work where he could. which in his case turned out to be Galveston Texas the oilfields. In. That's where his story. It starts to differentiate a touch from the standard tale of. Jewish. European migration in the early twentieth century. His boss became obsessed with his wife Leah. And wanted to Greenstein out of the picture. So we shot him. The ten paces. Right between the eyebrows and it did not kill him. Not only. Did it not kill him? The bull it it smushed. The. Doctors went into retrieve it and found the bullet right under his skin. Flattened against his skull. And Joseph Greenstein. Little Guy. Really five four. Gifted with an apparently Predator naturally card head. Found, a calling. Hit the Vaudeville circuit. told his story intense in fields in small towns But kids touch scar. And he built out his act by building up his body. He became the mighty atom strongman. The compact package with remarkable. Drove nails through would with his fists. Ben Straight metal rods into hardships who broke chains with his bare hands. In who among US deny his fans the metaphorical pleasures of watching a fellow Jew break chains with his hands. In the nineteen, thirty, eight, the year Hank Greenberg hit fifty eight home runs and walked one hundred, nineteen times. The mighty atom was packing them in in theaters all over New York. That year when pitchers started walking Hank Greenberg over and over as he got closer and closer to beating Babe Ruth's record. so He fell three short. The. Annexed Austria. German Jews were forced to register their assets than their businesses. Then, they were forbidden to practice medicine and then law. Then they were forced to get ID cards in present them on request. Then have their passports stamped with the red Jay. The Nazis burned the synagogue at Nuremberg. And Greenberg went two for five that day. Then, Jews of Polish descent were exiled from Germany right as baseball season ended. And then one thousand synagogues were set on fire on Kristallnacht. 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COVID-19 Miniseries Episode 9: Recommendations on Ibuprofen

Mayo Clinic Talks

31:06 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 Miniseries Episode 9: Recommendations on Ibuprofen

"This is the Mayo Clinic. Talks of curated weekly podcast for physicians and healthcare providers. I'm Gauche and into medicine physician at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Minnesota one talks about covert teen and they infections resulting from it. A lot of trust among providers among lay people and almost all over the world people are worried about what is going on. Why is the confusion so rampant with nineteen? When you look at any illness that I usually some to not change in covert nineteen. It involves patients with age. Sixty me gender poor economic status etc. That cannot be changed by us or by anybody else. However the modifiable risk factors are access to hospitals with critical care facilities like ventilators What medications can be given and be heard about a lot of new medications being considered smoking so on and so forth? There is increased emphasis on the risk which is posed by the patient school market conditions and the medications that they're taking are not taking during the speed as we already know that there are a lot of medications which are being considered like chloroquine has a tremendous and an antiviral treatment like loping original there. And they're still waiting on the results however what has really taken over the world and has caused a lot of anxiety in the last week is a report committee came out that I do. Profound could possess a could could present with great risks to patients who have covered nineteen infections. Today we are joined over phone by Dr Back. You run KAIK. Who's one of one of our Goto individuals and the Department of Pharmacy and he also sees the Medication Knowledge Management Program. Whenever we run into this problem in Medi- in medicine when we have a question regarding medication side effect I go to Matt Run. Kite because he does possess the knowledge and resources do Even information to me in a very speedy fashion as to what I need to do because I'm beginning to medicine doctor on the front line. So thank you for joining us. Today Matt. Thank you for having me I wanted to ask you about. Could you describe the recent events in the media that led to the suggestion that call covert patients to be taking Ibuprofen That they could be having a worse outcome. Yeah so With a lot of things these days It started off Primarily with social media so it started off with a tweet actually and to kind of get to that tweet. We need to go back a little bit. Further so on March Eleventh Twenty Twenty The Lancet respiratory medicine actually published a correspondence That hypothesized why. A single centered. Retrospective observational. Study observed. Poor outcomes in critically ill patients who had this novel. Corona virus in China who also had cardiovascular disease hypertension and or diabetes so in this correspondence the authors hypothesize that the medications that these patients were commonly taking could be leading to worse outcomes. And we'll get a little bit into that hopefully later on in this talk about why that might be be hypothesized but subsequently on March fourteenth the French Health Ministry issued a covert Nineteen Recommendation Update. In this updated guidance the ministry recommended against the use of non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs and said such as ID Profane due to serious adverse events related to the use of Ed in patients with known or suspected cases of Kobe. Nineteen and I think one important thing to mention at this point is there have been Several case reports or case studies out in France Looking at Ibuprofen in viral infections. And so even before this whole cove in nineteen Pandemic there has been questions in France about the use of Ibuprofen in infectious diseases. So keep that in mind And this recommendation that that came out on March fourteenth was partially based on this March eleventh correspondents in the Lancet respiratory medicine as well. Let's some anecdotal evidence of young individuals with the novel. Corona virus having poorer clinical outcomes while they were taking Ibuprofen so shortly after this tweet or this notification from the French Health Ministry The World Health Organization actually came out and recommended against the use of profane actually said that if given the opportunity you should be using Acetaminophen over Ibuprofen now. They quickly turned around Less than twenty four hours later actually redacted that statement and since since that time other other well-known institutions such as the United States Food and Drug Administration have come out also saying there's just not enough evidence to support saying that I'd be profiled should not be used however Once that that you know horse it Kinda left a barn. The damage had already been done and the media had informed the general public That health authorities across the globe we're recommending against the use of ibuprofen. It's great that you mentioned about the tweet. Devil's just Today morning looking at the number of website hits on when I typed in covert nineteen in Google. Got Five point. Four billion hits Today and for when I when I combine Kobe. Nineteen with either prevent I came up with twenty five million. Hitch just to give you an idea. About how great the sizes at whenever you Add anything to Coleridge like what to do what not to do And had some Miniseries in the past where we talk about covered nineteen all these new events which are coming getting huge response in the media. For example known things that we know it's certainty absolutely certainty we've and we studied it and randomized trials and big meta-analysis like us up non steroidal. Anti inflammatory medication. And it's causing kidney disease. It's five point. Six million hits using on pumping Liberte or long term studies. A long-term use a proton pumping bitter resulting in osteoporosis. Point three million H. Compare that with covered and Ibuprofen of twenty five billion hit. So you're absolutely right that this article which I see a one page document. It's a it's a cross. It is coming the correspondence section. It's not even the main journal and just based on some hypothesis which has been placed Mealy dealing with the pathophysiology of these medications but one of the rich math. I was intrigued by is it. They mentioned about few medications they postulated that few Medications Increase Danja tencent converting enzyme to An enzyme and you tell me why does and your attention. Converting enzyme to suddenly has come into limelight during the covert crisis. Yes Oh NGO THOMSON CONVERTING ENZYME. Two or ace two. I'll probably refer to it Throughout the rest of this really came into the limelight. Because it's one of the main entry points for some of the corona viruses including the novel Corona Virus Which is the cause of the Kobe? Nineteen disease so east to can be found on the epithelium of the lungs intestines kidneys and blood vessels. And as you've kind of alluded to hear some of the drugs can cause an up regulation To these these Epithelial ACE to And 'cause potential issues because it's the main entry point for the the novel Corona Virus here and by some of the drugs. You mean ace inhibitors that the Arab or engines intercept are You Bet there's as well as I do. Profane has also been one of the medicines which has been linked to up regulate engine to and has has a using diabetes but these are physiological changes. Which I've been which have been late to These medications but via found out that anytime in the past whenever you use pathophysiology and and and conduct studies based on the physiology not often right for example in New England Journal in March Twenty First Nineteen ninety-one they had performed a study hypoth- hypothesis that if you suppress the ventricular topic after Michael Infarction. It could reduce our in depth. Made sense that optimize. Our little infarction heart is unstable as swinging all their topics. And if you give him some medications and slow that the topic or stopped at the topic maybe the prognosis is going to be better. But the randomized trials which was published in any gym on March Twenty First Nineteen Ninety. One should completely the opposite when they use flex tonight and in fact the number of patients who are dying. We're dying meows. Were much more on patients. Taking these two and make medication so similar -ly The whole concept that if you award injured insulin receptor To innovators like ace or arbs You might show a benefit in patients with covert but there are other studies. Can you talk about the study? Which that about naproxin which is also an innocent and that is I mean influence on influenza Yeah exactly so So kind of you've done a great job of summarizing why it's maybe not the best Some of these smaller studies may be one thing but we can get conflicting data and I think Naproxen and actually the methods that are great examples of this so In in a study with Naproxen they found that it actually inhibits the nuclear protein of Influenza A. Which is a protein that's necessary for viral replication? And so that's an end. Said that has antiviral activity there and so this kind of compounds this whole Are you know pro viral or antiviral that type of thing but also In in my studies and looking some some of the information up for you I found that into medicine is actually shown. Antiviral activity against other corona viruses in Vivo So based on these observations a Lotta clinicians have questioned the hypothesis. That protein is harmful Because there's other medications in the same class like we like. We just talked about into methuen as well as Naproxen. That actually turned antiviral activity. Now the other thing which I would ask as a general physician I take off hundreds of patients with diabetes hypertension than just heart failure and chronic kidney disease for these patients and for millions others. That my colleagues were listening to our podcast treat as has been short beyond a doubt that met analysts systematic analysis and systematic reviews one after the other great benefit in fact outcomes of hard outcomes like mortality Limiting heart failure Decreasing admission to the hospital all of these benefits are showing with ace inhibitor. So bit stopping. Suddenly there's some suggestion of stopping even ace inhibitors in patients with diabetes hypertension on congestive heart failure. Unfortunately these patients also get a lot. More of them are suffering from covert because of other reasons but the mentioned was that stopped his medications because yes The the Kobe dividers using Andrew converting to a receptive to get in and he's these receptors. Are Operas alleged? When somebody's speaking an ace inhibitor or an are are are ibuprofen or is it alone so just stop medications and maybe that'll be benefit of which we have zero evidence but the harm. I wonder do you specify the harm that could happen if you just blondie take some guidelines adopted to these funny patients? Yeah so I think you've done a great job of pointing out the numerous benefits. So numerous studies have shown that ace inhibitors reduce mortality and cardiovascular and points unstable coronary artery disease they also have beneficial effects in Congestive heart failure type two diabetes and chronic kidney disease and so this is actually been a topic that's come up in In some of the more well known societies and so Everyone kind of saw this coming that we're there would be positioned out there. That might WANNA stop these. Just because of this hypothesized. Up Regulation of ace two on March seventeenth. Twenty twenty the American College of Cardiology and the American Hyper Chin Association as well as the European Society of cardiologists strongly recommended that patients with chronic. Who are already taking ace inhibitor. Or arbs should continue to take these medications and so this recommendation is in part because of the benefits of the reduced mortality. That that both you and I mentioned earlier but it's also because there's been some studies that have actually suggested that aces and arbs might be beneficial intriguing or preventing pneumonia. Thank you. That's that's very useful that now. We have statement from the national and international guidelines. You become like American colleges physicians American heart and the European Society of cardiologists stating that Do not do not stop these medications. In fact they have gone. I was reading it after I discussed with you last week. I was reading some of the guidelines and he mentioned that ace inhibitors have been have been shown to cause beneficial effects in patients with severe lung injuries in in several cases so because of the anti inflammatory effects of this They have been found to be of benefit apart from their benefit to the kidneys and heart and everything else. So these are. These are good things to know That we should not stop. I not predict how many patients had these medications have been stopped and that is that is something to be to be concerned about the other thing which comes about which. I don't have the answer. I don't know whether you is supposed somebody somebody who comes or somebody with this Who have all these quality heart disease or anything comes to the audience gets one? Does how much of up regulations of and you've been converting enzymes happens anyway with one medical one tablet and already admitted in the hospital. He chronically. Giving them Ibuprofen. How much up regulation of these enzymes happening and Debbie Chemicals significance because Ibuprofen? There are alternative medications like Acetominophen One is not really limited in once armaments just through Ibuprofen so one can always say well. If you're having some pain give give them enough in which has does not affect the engines in converting enzyme stu but apart from that Are you aware of any studies Mitchell? But you have to take Ibuprofen for a week or two weeks or three days before. It causes up regulation. Yes so I looked into this problem particularly It was really only animal studies that I was able to find it in and unfortunately You know just because of the way that study was designed they They were not able to actually check these. After one does it was generally after several doses and so it's really hard for us to extrapolate out and say you know after one does. You're GONNA see this immediate up regulation of ace to and you should worry about it So yeah unfortunately. There's just not good data like with a lot of things coming out with Kobe. Nineteen There's still a lot of a lot of questions that we have to answer. That's great that leads me to a much more complex question. This is not going to be the only time. I'm sure you you have been tapped by The doctors here the male clinic and by public. I mean the patients using these moments during similar moments of uncertain or challenging times. And this is kind of almost unprecedented. What we're going through You are the first line of defense sometimes in the providers when the physicians don't know I lift up the phone and call call you or pharmacist saying hey help me out. What does this mean? What does this medicine mean? How do you respond? Or how do you communicate with one? War is the doctors and patients saying Then been via than there's so much noise in the press. A border medications. What do you follow? Yes so I think with all healthcare workers at this time. It's particularly important for all of us to stay abreast of kind of developments with the cove in nineteen But it's particularly important with pharmacist. Because we've been hearing about a lot of different Developing Sciences. That may change our response to the novel virus Even in press conferences. That you hear probably daily from the president. You've heard about a lot of different medications. That are in the pipeline So for pharmacists specifically. There's actually a lot of work that has been done There's there's a great society that we have called the American Society of Health System. Pharmacists are HP. They've done a great job of putting out a variety of pharmacy related resources. So these include a summary of medications that are being discussed in the scientific community as well as the lay press. It's nice table format so I would encourage even Healthcare provider so primary care physicians to periodically check that because they are updating it on a regular but in addition to that that that table that I just mentioned they have a comprehensive database of drugs that are currently on shortage so this might be useful outside of the pandemic In in some instances they actually do provide appropriate alternatives. That are available so I found that this has been particularly useful when we do have a drug shortage if they can in the right direction. Maybe it's a disease that I don't know everything about or maybe there's something that I do know a lot about but I'm just not sure what is available so that's another resource that I would definitely recommend that S. H. A. S. H. P. puts out here at Mayo Clinic specifically though we have developed an internal websites dedicated to covert nineteen for the Department of Pharmacy and before Kovac's even became a thing. We had a weekly newsletter. But we've been using that more and more often to highlight important information as it relates to the pen. Dammit I would urge everyone Pharmacist particularly to check reliable sources such as the CDC cove in Nineteen website eighth. Hp website that I spoke about earlier the website is eighth HP DOT ORG and there'll be links in these specific resources For this podcast. Because what we're saying on this podcast today or You know kind of what's going on in a week from now might be completely different than than what we're thinking right now so it's really important especially in this rapidly evolving situation for everyone to keep as knowledgeable about the situation as they can by checking these reliable resources. There's one in particular that I think is really valuable for everyone. All the healthcare professionals out there and it's called the assessment of evidence for covert nineteen related treatments. And so again that's A. Ps that is in table format. I think is a really great job of giving you the rationale for why why were even looking at something it also tells you about the clinical experience the doses that are being studied as well as some comments about you know some interpretations of the studies that have been put out how maybe some of their flaws. That's very very helpful and so I would check on a S H sp dot org website And actually look at look at exactly The information that you're saying but I would like to add one more thing which actually the confusing and sometimes like understanding a lot of us really struggle with how to communicate risk and why different wider risks which are which bitches which we are exposed to. The particular moment varies between the city which we live The county which we live at the hospital that is close to us all even the country which we live. I've because risk is a risk communication and I'd do. I'd lock out here in mail and I've learned that I have to communicate risk. It has two different object information. One is objective information. Which people want to know that? What is the risk of undesired outcome and often? Does it happen for example. I looked at the numbers today. We have over one hundred and forty four thousand positive cases and twenty six hundred. That's in us. Which would mean that one in fifty five individuals test positive Might have fatally rent. So that's really bad. It's the one point. They were sixty years old obese individuals the other higher risk that they want to know how bad that can be. And that's why there's so much fear so talking about some of these emotions which are associated with risk communication. We need to understand. Why some wrist acceptable? It's somebody's car voluntaristic. When an individual tends to smoke or decides to smoke or have an unhealthy lifestyle. They're taking the risk on themselves and they don't take that as risky as opposed to an involuntary risk which then one minute is putting on us like the White House has done ten so again. You're worried about manmade risk worse off than a man-made risk which I would encourage myself guy happened to small again wrist which is unfamiliar like the current situation as opposed to familiar with a familiar risk would be like driving and getting into a situation where the more I drive. The chance of my ending up in an accident is high right now. The risk of dying in a car accident is one in ten thousand and be very view. Okay with it because it's it's a small risk and and it is a familiar risk but this unfamiliar thing which is happening every county in. Us different particular particular. Risk of developing. And once we develop. What's the chance of hurting us from just being in the hospital through really ending up in a ventilator divorce case scenario that that's very scary any risk which is supposed to children and pregnant? Women are considered more risky than anything else. Catastrophic risk is again fell to be very very Problematic both occasions as well explaining risk which are which are taught to be unfinished And I was just watching the videos over all over the world and I saw some really Saudi state of affairs in India where there was a huge migrant population who just were fleeing a particular City to go to their own own houses because of the risk possessed by cove it and that was felt to be very unfair because poor and they didn't have the resources so there's a lot of Elementary which goes into understanding risk the other bigger elements becomes as contradictory statement which happened in this case The WHO say yes Ibuprofen as risky and then taking back within within a day saying nor does not that again because this pose to Kind of makes people confused as to really what is going on and who is doing what so. These kind of things one has to be as a physician. I'm very often. I use this Element on a US. All the strategy to explain understood myself. I I need to understand the competence for this before. I'm in a position to explain a risk so I keep it very simple. I sit down with a patient. I listen to you on this. I is it be talking about. His pain is a disability. Is a debt for chloride could be either one of the three if he symptomatic which eighty one percent of the patient? You know. You're you're better off. Not Taking Ibuprofen. Better off. Taking tylenol and If it is if you get in the hospital again you're not you. Regardless of what the evidence and what I participate we are talking about taking Saddam. Offend is probably beneficial and its debt. All of this all hands on deck. That's when we are trying to prevent it. That's the WHO whole different situation. Then is temporary or permanent. This seems to be temporary event for most most most of the cases. That's what we're talking about. The flattening of the curve. Most of these issues will resolve within two or three weeks but for some cases of course death is permanent. Event is early then the third thing which I talk about is the timing. Is it going to happen early or is it going to happen? That's right scary. Because it is an early event things happen very suddenly as opposed to hypertension diabetes heart failure. All these things all even smoking. That's why people are okay. We're taking the risk of smoking because It'll happen ten years from now. Twenty years from now so they worry about it and then the probability what is the likelihood of this even happening which that's why knowing the numbers of ar which city you are and in Male clinic. Working Day and night you include Manhattan nursing staff and a front end to absolutely even use the probability of adverse effect. I be no. You're going to fail at times. You're going to feel the patient we're GonNa feel the family have. You're probably GONNA lose some cases but can be a lot more patients understanding Our resources on what we need to do. And that's become so useful. Pharmacy become so helpful and vacating us as to what medications need to be used not used. What are the best format and thank you for to you and your team get that message out with your websites and And also letting US know about the websites that you mentioned here. The fifth dimension of risk his badness. What is the badness of what is the value to this patient so most chronic diseases how slowly slowly they get worse? So it's we don't we don't really see what's going on Till the patient comes back about a year or two. The patient has no idea what's going on but the doctor or somebody seeing them because in a year or two finds out that the numbers are changing the hemoglobin. Even he's getting worse or hot phidias going to get worse even though the patient is living through it. Everyday Coronado. It's not like that. It's now it's within the next two to three weeks. So that is why we getting so many websites and hits and Google Everybody's trying to find a cure but with the cure. There's a lot of information I wouldn't call it misinformation everybody's trying to help the patient But we are trying to establish here to our meal. Miniseries is trying to find out each of these elements which are being discussed in great Detailed everywhere all over the world and try to figure out how clinics exports are pushing it. So if you're talking about Ibuprofen use uncovered nineteen with Matt when Kaik thank you for your time Matt. These remember right now if you're diabetic patients a diabetes if your patient has hypertension patients. Connie can you disease on? If your patient has chronic congestive heart failure please please please do not do not stop. Is the ARBS. This patient comes to you. Can WORSEN KIDNEY DISEASE. It can borsen heart failure. No big deal you will. I know you will not give it give to these of patients and there are many alternative medications which you can but you can use. But I think understanding how to communicate Chris out to understand risk is an important aspect which internists have to face on a daily basis. And hopefully our discussion has been helpful to you. do understand what's going on with risk communication with the patient. We will continue to bring you updates on the situation as events unfold. If you've enjoyed the Mayo Clinic podcast up. Sprite held the next week and above all he physical and social distance.

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An Attack On Saudi Arabia's Oil

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:24 min | 1 year ago

An Attack On Saudi Arabia's Oil

"N. P. R. and everyone this is the indicator from planet money. I'm Cardiff Garcia over the weekend. An oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia and a separate oilfield in Saudi Arabia were attacked from the air. The damage was severe enough that Saudi Arabia has now suspended about half of its daily oil L. Production and that's a big deal because that represents about five percent of the global oil supply that just got shut down immediately after the attacks the price of oil jumped and as of this afternoon. It was still almost thirteen percent higher than it was before the attack. That's what happens of course when supply of something suddenly goes down down. Its price goes up because there is less of it. It's more precious and if that higher price lasts than eventually people will feel it because the price of gas for example all might be higher or your energy your heating bill might be higher and eventually that will take its toll on the economy but will that higher price last and more fundamentally what does he attack mean for the future of the global oil market and for the global economy. We're going to speak about all of that today with John Camp. He's a senior market analyst at Reuters he's. He's been on the show before and he happens to be our favorite oil and energy markets walk or expert and he's going to tell us what we know what we don't know and what to look for for all that is coming up right after the break support for this podcast and the following message come from fund rice is the future of real estate investing access private market real estate projects from high rises in DC to multifamily apartments in La.. Get your first three months of the fees waived at fund rise dot com slash indicator support also comes from Google Domains Google domains helps make your business idea a reality with the tools and partners for building your website like a pro and premium security features included for free make it happen at domains dot google slash. NPR Dr John Camp Welcome back to the show Hi. It seems like we always speak with you. When something's gone wrong with the oil market I promise you we'll have you on the show at some point soon soon when something is going really well. How about that on new. I look very much so John. Let's start with this sadie. Arabia has now suspended half of its daily oil production and my first question is does the rest of the world have the ability to replace that lost production and I'm thinking for example of like the other countries countries in the OPEC cartel that Saudi Arabia is a member of or maybe the countries like the United States that are members of the a the International Energy Agency can all these countries produce enough to offset the loss of Saudi production. No answer is no. It doesn't not not sort a five six million barrels a day that had been lost but there are a couple of points. The first is there is plenty of oil in in stock the Saudis hold considerable inventories. He's themselves all the global refiners hold inventory so we could draw down some of that in addition the United States and the other members of the IRA all hold emergency stockpiles and the White House has already indicated that it will release some of those if necessary so that would take us over any sort of short term decline in Saudi output so the total shortfall might end up being considerably less than six million barrels a day John. You wrote what a column about the attack this morning and kind of intriguingly you were not at all surprised by it you had noted that there was a security risk to these facilities in Saudi Arabia before at what was your reaction when you found out about the attacks. I don't think it was particularly surprising in the sense that ABC hike which is the processing facility. Not that was hit has always been the number one target in your market oilfields. Don't actually make a particularly attractive target August for terrorists or any other armed group. The the oil wells to dispersed is quite difficult to cause significant damage but the oilfields all feed their initial production into this centralized processing facility at APP Kaik where some of the some of the gases removed for me where where some of the sulfur is taken out and that means. It's a bit of a central node it handles as you pointed out about half of all Saudi Arabia's abuse crude oil production goes through that one processing facility and that means that it's very much if you like the choke point in the system which makes it a very attractive target for anyone who wants to disrupt Saudi Arabia's exports as as probably one of the most vulnerable facilities on the planet. It's extremely heavily. Protect protected acted there are armed guards are Ed fences etc deployed around it so it's not surprising that it was targeted what I think people all also prized about is the the Is the tax succeeded. John is an attack like this change something fundamental about how we understand the oil market. I mean does it mean that we have to be more worried about the security of this market in the future yeah absolutely I mean this was I think what people are sort of categorized Jason what you might call a high high consequence low probability events so an attack on ABC hike could be catastrophic but most people that the probability of succeeding was very very low now of course we know that perhaps the probability of it. Succeeding is much higher and of course it can be attacked once it can be attacked again which makes it quite quite vulnerable and do you think that the attack the weekend does take us into a very different kind world and it shows that actually the risk risk to global supply was much higher than we John. We still don't know exactly who is responsible for this attack the hootie rebels which is an insurgent movement in Yemen. Am in that is backed by Iran. They've claimed credit the US government is suggesting though that perhaps attack was carried out by Iran directly this is all a bit vague at the moment but given the geopolitical tensions between the US and Iran that already existed what could be the consequences if Iran is ultimately blamed for the attack. If Iran is held formerly responsible that will raise the question about whether or not there should be some form of response some form of retaliation and I think at the moment. Most people are unwilling to go that far. They're waiting for a decision to be made in Riyadh and indeed in the White House the key question I think for the White House else as it evaluates sort of potential military responses is to anticipate how Iran might then respond to any attack one of the things that I think most policymakers particularly nervous is that if there is some sort of Iranian response ABC hike and the other we'll field installations are probably likely to be Iran's talk targets very vulnerable as we as we saw the we can they can't really be they can't really be defended against an aerial strike. One of the dangers here is that if we do get into sort of an escalatory spiral you could see further missile attacks on ABC hike. which could you know could worsen the damage even further? I think that's something that all sides will want to try I to avoid yet john in terms of what this means for the US economy. The effects of this attack might be actually kind of nuance right. I mean the US because of fracking hang in roughly the last decade has become a huge oil producer itself and so it's not clear whether higher oil prices will be good or bad for the US the US economy so what do you think about that the effects on the US economy of higher oil prices. It's as you say it's more nuance than in the past it will. We'll have a distribution effect. There's no doubt that this attack and the resulting increase in prices is probably actually very good for oil producers in Texas New Mexico because North Dakota we'll beneficiaries of this but for consumers this is unambiguously bad news and of cool that includes a lot of politically very sensitive swing states in the industrial west so I think overall from the both the economic and the political fallout from this on negative for the United States although as fought for certain use oil produces is high prices will be very welcome. I mean they have been under tremendous pressure from this low price environment and from overproduction globally so this this removes the overproduction undoes through them something of a lifeline overall for the US economy. I would say it's probably a small negative John Camp. Thanks so much for your time. Man thanks called in this episode of the indicator was produced by Dr as Ruffy on fact check by Nadia Lewis edited by Paddy Hirsch and indicator is a production of NPR the P._R.

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WeWork Set to Delay IPO After Investor Questions

WSJ What's News

13:37 min | 1 year ago

WeWork Set to Delay IPO After Investor Questions

"You're invited to travel the world and discover what it means to live. The intercontinental life with more than two hundred properties worldwide intercontinental hotels and resorts welcomes you to who iconic properties in global destinations including New York London and Shanghai discover more about the cities and the tails inspire with stories of the intercontinental continental life a collection of stories that were excited your curiosity and offer new perspectives on the world here more at intercontinental dot com forward slash life not so fast we work as expected to delay its IPO after investors skepticism investors have really been wary of these companies that are huge inch but haven't found a way to make profit and an international panel is set to criticize the FAA's approval process for Boeing's seven three seven Max a major ager finding of their review is that the FAA delegated too much authority to Boeing plus the tell Saudi Arabia that Iran was behind. This weekend's ends oil attacks. This is what's news from the Wall Street Journal on can get. Let's get started now before we take a closer look why we work as expected to delay its IPO until October at the earliest hint it has to do with corporate governance. Here's what you missed. US intelligence indicates that Iran was the staging ground for last weekend's attacks on Saudi Arabia's the oil industry. That's according to people familiar with the matter. Both countries are weighing what to do with that information at a briefing with reporters yesterday. President Trump said he wanted to avoid war with Iran war with anybody somebody that would like not to have more. Here's a bit more about what US intelligence intelligence found their report which was shared with Saudi officials but hasn't been made public included an assessment that Iran launched at least twenty drones and at least a dozen missiles at Saudi oil facilities on Saturday however Saudi Arabia said the US officials didn't provide enough proof the Saudi officials have asked the UN for help up to figure out who's behind the attacks and what about oil prices from London. David Hadera has more so it will price are slightly dumps day but they still hang gone to the vast majority of those historic gains we saw yesterday in the wake of those attacks on Saudi Arabia's Kaik refinery. Now investors are sort of starting to take a step back and take a look at the implications for this obviously. Saudi Arabia has a month's worth of reserves but now the oil market it is essentially asking should they supplies run out who will fill that gap. We'll of course give you the latest updates on the situation and our afternoon edition edition and an international panel of safety regulators as finishing a report. That's expected to criticize the. FAA's approval process for Boeing's seven three seven Max plane. That's according to people briefed on the conclusions of the report from Chicago. Boeing's headquarters. Here's Andrew Tangle with more. This international panel of regulators has been and combing through the process by which the FAA certified the 737 Max a major finding of their review is is that the FAA delegated too much authority to Boeing to certify various aspects of the plane themselves without much detailed the feedback or input from the FAA the FAA said it welcomed the scrutiny of these experts. Boeing said quote. It's determined to keep improving on safety fifty in partnership with the Global Aerospace Industry. So what does this mean for the maxes returned to the sky. Here's Andrew again parallel to this this review has been a lengthy review process by the FAA and other other world regulators of Boeing's proposed redesign of the maxes flight control all system known as casts that was implicated in the two crashes. The regulators are asking very detailed questions asking bowing to to perform a lot of tests. They might not otherwise have performed. Basically they all wanna get it right. It's leading to sliding timeline that has I pushed the expected return service back weeks and weeks and weeks to the point where now in it's been more than six months since since the European airlines crash and the plane is still grounded that report on the approval process for the Max is set to be released in the next few weeks weeks. We'll have the latest when it's out now our main story this morning the company that's the parent company of we work is expected to delay its public market debut until at least mid October. Tara Whelan has been finding out more from Maureen Farrell so more Rian the likely postponement of we works. IPO until possibly embiid October isn't a total surprise surprise. The questions from investors primarily regarding valuation really would not subside. There were a lot of questions over the corporate governance at the company over the valuation over. Just investors confidence really in moving forward with an invested in this company where it was going to be. They're also lots of questions regarding CEO and Co founder Adam Newman's financial transactions and financial relationship with the company company and an an overall concern as you pointed out about corporate governance and that did seem to be something that investors really had just been asking about questioning. They hadn't this before the road show. I mean companies are allowed to do these testing the waters meetings they can meet with investors before the formal roadshow. L. Begins and as we reported it was set to begin this week. Though it looks like during now they have postponed it and then. IPO investors stories were spooked by something that wasn't even we works fault and that was the IPO of smile direct club more or less falling flat on its opening day. Yes this company companies foul direct club startup in the orthodontic space and it had been it was one of the bigger. IPO's of the year investors seem really excited about it so excited excited that the underwriters of the deal which are believed was J. P. Morgan same underwriter that we work was using as its lead they actually priced above above the initial range that they set out then they went out on the first day of trading and just fell. If more than twenty five percent investors lost a a lot of money on something that they thought was a really good bet that they were told was a solid exciting company that the market really stood behind and it didn't say they they lost money on this deal and we work our many more questions around now. You've heard from people that the we work. IPO could be delayed until mid October but there are plenty of skeptics out there who think the IPO should way longer than that. Yes I mean a lot of their an existing investors including Softbank. We understand has pushed them to delay okay at even further to wait until twenty twenty figure out more things about the business it maybe figure out a better path to profitability. The company had been making a lot what had been growing. It's revenue but it's also been growing its losses so I think some investors just thought they would be better served by figuring out a lot of things before they went public markets. Maybe taking a year so to before they actually launched a deal. We work we understood until this week had really he had decided they were going to move forward with it. Regardless and we were hopeful that the results from this quarter Mike it. IPO investors excited again. Yes that's what we heard you know. Should they decide to go later this year. There's some thought that you know if they show their third quarter numbers and they may be able to show sort of better their path to profitability traction with some areas of the business the quarter done but I think that is part of the thinking and this type. Yo trouble that we work as is having an smile direct club. This is not really indicative of a week. IPO season this has been a bonanza IPO season this year. It has been a NAMPA. I mean we've it's on track to be one of the best years on record by dollars. Raise the thing we have seen though is that some of the hottest. IPO's like Uber and left that were just these huge companies that everyone had been waiting to see come to market have come out and a really flops and I think it's you know investors have really been wary of these companies that are huge but haven't found a way to make profits and I think for so long they were given the benefit of the Dow and we've started to see the skepticism really come into the market and evaluations. They're being dialed way back in a statement we work said the we company is looking. Ford to our upcoming. IPO which we expect to be completed by the end of the year we WANNA thank Oliver. Employees members and partners further ongoing commitment will have the latest latest on all things we up on WSJ DOT COM The Wall Street Journal listeners come from all walks of life and business and no matter what type of business you're in eighty. P is here to help you achieve what you're working for with. HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people learn more at designed done eighty. P DOT COM on to markets. We're going to turn to Asia now where Ab Inbev. The world's largest brewer is planning to take a second shot at its efforts to list its Asian business in Hong Kong. It's hoping to raise up to four point eight billion dollars. That's significantly less than the summit was looking to raise earlier this year but if it's successful it would would be the biggest food or beverage offering ever. Steve Russillo has more from Hong Kong. It's the biggest difference this time between the deal that the Asian Asian unit of Anheuser Busch Inbev is trying to take public is really the size of the deal. It's about half the size back earlier in the summer. They were trying to do a a ten billion dollar. IPO which would have been even bigger than Uber it would have been the biggest of the year and at that time in July really the demand was just not at their investors said that it was just too highly valued and it just wasn't worth it at that particular price so you fast forward a few months to today and a couple of things have changed the company has sold off one of its businesses Japan's Asahi Group for eleven billion dollars and so now this new deal is essentially a little a bit of a smaller company. That's focused on more of the faster growing parts of the businesses so if you think of particular regions like China and other emerging markets it's focused focused on more higher growth opportunities but it is a much smaller deal relative to what the company was initially trying to get back in July and here's what else we're paying attention to today a new new report out by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This morning says that China leads the world when it comes to facial recognition technology but that other countries are also adopting mcclatchy. Brian Tracy has more from Washington. The report looked at one hundred seventy. Five countries found that in at least seventy five of them there was evidence of government entities entities using surveillance technology enabled by artificial intelligence agencies like airports and police departments and cities using it to monitor their citizens and we should note that this technology can be used for good like for preventing a terrorist attack and and these were you know a diverse group of countries including democracies. Susan and authoritarian government and Israelis are heading to the polls again the second time in five months the election today comes after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now who failed to form a governing coalition in April this time around Mister Netanyahu has been capitalizing on his close relationship with president trump. We report that highways all over or Israel or plastered with billboards of photos of the to the president is popular with Israeli Jews. A recent survey found seventy nine percent of them approved of his handling of Israel. We'll have the latest on the results as they come in. Finally you might have heard apple released. Its latest iphones last week. The question of course now becomes should you upgrade are columnist. Joanna Stern said the latest model. It's the eleven and eleven pro is the phone. That apple should have made years ago. It finally addresses concerns about battery life. We've got a guide for those of you considering upgrading let us know your thoughts Tweeden. Wsj podcasts we promise will read them. No matter what phone you use to send the message Wjr disclosure the Wall Street Journal has a commercial agreement to supply news through Apple News. That's what's news from the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening yeah.

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#C10 (caffeine to cairn)

The Dictionary

15:00 min | Last month

#C10 (caffeine to cairn)

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. This is happening. it's we are in the seas. We are well on our way to do all of these words. Talk about them okay. let's see. We are at the top of page one seventy-three again. There are going to be some words that are not normal to most of our daily lives And i will probably screw up their pronunciations. So at the end of the last episode we had the word caffeinated. And how do you get caffeinated. You get caffeinated from caffeine. Which is our first word c. a. f. f. e. i n. eve this is a noun from circa eighteen. Twenty three a bitter alkaloid c eight h ten and four zero to found especially in coffee. Tea cocoa and kola nuts. Ko l. a. and used medicinally as a stimulant and a diabetic. And this is from the german word Caffeine or kathy which is coffee also from the french cafe next is cafe latte cafe. Cafe coffee was something. C. a. f. f. e. and then l. a. t. t. e. cafe latte noun from nineteen twenty seven espresso mixed with hot or steamed milk and this is From the italian which is just one word. Cafe latte Which is short for cafe a lot which is three words which is coffee and milk and then if we go yet to the end of the last episode. We had cafe ole which is similar. But that's coffee with milk and this is espresso with milk. Next is kaftan c. a. f. t. a. n. or k. f. t. a. n. noun from fifteen ninety one usually cotton or silk ankle length garment with long sleeves that is common throughout the levent l. e. v. a. n. t. which i'm guessing is in the turkish russian persian region of the world because this is a russian word kaftan And from the persian word koftan spelled q. a. f. t. a. n. next is c. a. g. all caps abbreviation for carrier air group. Next is the word cage. I form noun from the thirteenth century. One a box or enclosure having some open work for confining carrying animals as birds. If you don't if you want a pet bird y- you don't want it to fly way you gotta put it in a cage but also birds need to fly. So what do you do. What do you do. Next is to a a barred cell for confining prisoners to be a fenced area for prisoners of war three a framework serving as support as in the steel cage of skyscraper for a an enclosure resembling a gin form or purpose as in a cashier's cage for be an arrangement of atoms or molecules so bonded as to enclose a space in which another atom or ion as of metal can reside. What is this saying. So if the atoms form the molecule in such a way that there's a space inside that something else another adam or an ion can be inside. I think i gotta learn more about this. It's a it's a molecule cage. All right next is five. A synonym is batting cage. Five be a goal consisting of posts or a frame with a net attached as an ice hockey six a large building containing an area for practising outdoor sports and often adapted for indoor events and cage. Full is a noun a cage. It's its cage that's full of something or you have a bunch. I think that's right All right this is from latin cava which means cavity or cage also from cavas which means hollow and there's more at the word cave second form of cage is a verb from fifteen fifty six. Looks like it's just transitive. One to confine or keep in or as if in a cage to to drive as a puck into a cage and score a goal next is cage ling cage and then l. i. n. g. noun from eighteen twenty three a caged bird. That's what it is. Why specifically is a bird cage. Ling can anything in a cage be a cage ling Maybe this is based off of Some bird name that ends in l. i. n. g. and then that's what that became next is k. g. c. a. g. e. y. Or you could take out the e. This is an adjective from circa eighteen. Ninety three i feel like the yawns are coming back Okay number one hesitant about committing oneself as in officials are cagey about giving out details to a wary of being trapped or deceived. Synonym is shrewd as in a cagey consumer to be marked by cleverness as in a cagey reply. Caja lee is an adverb. Cagey nece is a noun and is dispelled. A couple of different ways with an e. y. Or an i. The origin is unknown. Who was the first one to use it in this way. Next is c. h. g. s. caps abbreviation for certificate of advanced graduate study. Next is a word that is pronounced a couple different ways. I think it's either kai ya or no sorry kiei or chi or kaiei. It's there's kiei or kite something like that. It is spelled c. h. i. e. r. I'll just say kiei noun from seventeen eighty nine a report or a memorial concerning policy especially of a parliamentary body. This is from middle french choir. Oh it's probably pretty similar similarly pronounced to kiei. It's spelled a couple of ways. Q. u. a. e. r. or c. a. i. e. r. which means choir q. u. i r. e. and. There's more at that word kiei okay. Next is co hoot c. a. h. o. noun from eighteen twenty. Nine synonym is partnership and league used Usually used in plural as in. They're in cahoots. And this is perhaps from the french word. Cu- hoot pronounced that way c. a. h. u. t. e. which means cabin or So if that is correct maybe a couple of people were hanging out in the cabin. And they partnered up for a business or a project or something and they said we're in cahoots and then it became cahoots. Just wish that is the correct story. Next is how c. a. h. w. noun from sixteen fifteen a dark colored petrol p. e. t. r. e. l. formerly abundant in bermuda but now nearly extinct. What is this. These scientific name is tara drama ca. How is it. A bird is a a fish. I'm guessing it's one of those two most likely Okay next is c. A in all caps abbreviation for computer aided instruction or computer assisted instruction. Similar to cad. Next is came in c. a. I m. a. n. or you can replace the eye with a y noun from fifteen seventy seven any of several central and south american caracas billions similar to alligators the genera- names looks like there's a few Came in c. A. m. n. or mellano soukous or paleo circus Let's see this is a spanish word. Probably from the caribbean word came in c. a. y. m. a. n. which is probably pronounced came on. Oh yeah we definitely got a post. A picture of a cayman next is cain capital. C a n now from before the twelfth century the brother and murderer of able a b. e. l. So as the story goes if you are A reader of the bible I think adam and eve had cain and abel were they twins they were. They were brothers. I think they might have been twins. Although i'm not sure End kane decided to murder able for some reason This is From the hebrew word kane which is spelled q. a. y. i n. All right next is the suffix. Cain C a n e noun from no year synthetic alkaloid aesthetic as in pro cain. Pr oh cis. Yeah looks like it might be from the word cocaine Says it's from the it's from the german suffix cain k. I n. which is from cocaine k. o. k. a. n. I'm not smelling that correctly. A which is the word cocaine. next is india. See a i p. I r i h denia noun from snag. Nine hundred seventy three a cocktail consisting of lime sugar and rum. This is from brazilian portuguese Type era which is which means back woodsmen back woodsmen or rustic I do not think of cocktails. As being rustic or in the backwoods. I think of them as tropical in beachie and palm trees and stuff Definitely lime sugar and rum There's there must be other ingredients from. Yeah okay So where where. Why why is this from the backwoods or rustic who who invented this. Yeah anyway kepa. Denia sounds tasty. Not sure if. I've ever had one. But i've heard of it next is let's see kayak you could pronounce it that way or you could just pronounce it as kaik c. a. i. q. u. e. e. and the i has the out the dots cake or cake noun from sixteen. Twenty five one. A light skiff used in the bosporus. Is that a boat. Yes i think it is because number two says eleven. Teen sailing vessel That's the second time we've seen levent or eleven teen in this episode And this is a french word from the turkish word Qiqu ska- a y. What is that letter in there. Is that an eye kyi k. can't tell But yes it's a boat of some kind used in the turkish part of the world. Okay next is. I think it's probably cared or curd. C. a. r. d. noun from sixteen sixty three this is scottish and it is a travelling tinker also the synonyms trump and gypsy So this is from the scottish gaelic. Word cared c. e. a. r. d. which is a craftsmen akin to the greek word. Care dose which means perot fit. And then lastly our last word. That's how that works is cairn c. a. i r. n. so it's it's probably kern cairn pronounce it different ways noun from the fifteenth century. A heap of stones piled up as a memorial or as a landmark and care and with an e. D. is an adjective. This is from the middle english. More specifically scottish cairn c. a. r. n. e. from scottish gaelic karen c. a. r. n. akin to the old irish and welsh karn cer n which means cairn I've i've seen a few of these You know they weren't like authentic cairns Let's see we were in of Pacific northwest forest It was at the whole rainforest may be and there was a river and Some people had just built up the rocks and made some of these things they were small they were pretty cool and so i took some pictures of them and then when we were in a iceland at the top Top of a waterfall. Some people had apart probably lots and lots of people over time had just started throwing basically rocks in a pile And so there is this. I guess you could consider that a cairn. It wasn't as a nice. And pretty but yeah. That's maybe this is more accurate to this one. A heap of stones. That's what it was. So i got a picture of my wife pudding a stone on to add to this pile. So maybe i'll post that picture That is that for that and all that stuff. So we had caffeine cafe latte a kaftan cage cage. Ling cagey ca kia. Which was the. Where was it. A report were memorial something How which is possibly a fish or a bird ca. I came in cain the suffix cain cape body. Nia cared and cairn Well i think i will pick cairn as the word of the episode Just because you know. I like what it stands for like the history of it It's for a memorial or as a landmark And that's that's kind of cool Yeah so we're going to end the episode there. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing information goodbye.

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Ep.140 - Why do soul mates have such lethal tongues?

THE X & Y SHOW

34:50 min | 2 months ago

Ep.140 - Why do soul mates have such lethal tongues?

"The opinions expressed on the x and y show are the sole opinions of the host. Please note there is no intentional desire to offend any member of the listening audience. With that said if you steal ended tough shit his nfl show with your host miss to roosevelt man topics late. It's up ex Relationships he talks about sex. He's he even gives good tips. There is no other show. Come to allow own sit back. Take your clothes off and relax. It's time for the x y show. Where real relationship issues are talked about and addressed the only place on the planet that tackles the topics that everyone wants to talk about but no one is brave enough to address escapes x and y baby. Now here's your host roosevelt gobert and greetings greetings. Greetings greet teens. What would another segment of the show. And i'm your host roosevelt. And i must apologize. I'm a little late with this episode this week but My back was hurting over the weekend and say safe bad. Were those of us back pain. And i don't suffer paying. I don't have chronic back pain but sometimes it it lets me know. Hey i'm here. How you doing you know it ever messed with me in about three years but this time it was talking to me so i was taken all kinds of shit because you know. I don't like pain and i was taken That what is it. That oath rightous talanoa arthritis or taking me. Some muscle relaxes and What else advil. I was taking all cash it. Because i don't like paying so i couldn't show but I see and i was supposed to monday. I supposed to do yesterday. Excuse me. But i still was not It still wasn't feeling quite well I'm not a hundred percent. But i feel a lot better than i was so You know. I say. I'm gonna show out because you know You know. I don't like the missed dates and shit so here i am so before thanksgiving and I'm gonna give it A show again Friday regular time. So i just don't want to miss this show so here i am as a little late better late than never I didn't get any emails. I didn't get any tweets of nothing saying you know how you beg Yeah yeah. I didn't get shit. I didn't know how you doing. Where roosevelt where are you a high heel. Do me wrong. I don't know my birthday in. I mean i'll do me wrong. But i still love you. Oh let's see jump into these week. Squished this is from Tom tom is okay. Says i'm fifty seven. And i just had my first son. Dale am i too old to have kids. you'll late next me No i did showing this like a month ago some like that. You're not too old to have kids tom. First of all it's nobody's business but you know keeping unreal the things that you you know. You're fifty seven so your son gets tin. You're going to be sixty seven so the shit that you can do us. You know twenty seven and thirty seven. You ain't gonna do this shit no more So in that aspect You probably won't be able to go out with junior in Play basketball or You know tennis some shit you know. You know something where it is physical. You might be able to. You might be an really really really really good shape. But i doubt it you'd be sixty seven years old when your son is ten. And you know he's a teenager you be your damn seventies so there'd be a lot of things you can't do anymore physically what your son but i'm you still can offer him You know a bother presence you still there you still the father figure So you still. He still can look up. That you just can't do certain things physically that's all but you're not all to have kids. He just now that you're older. You had to do it differently. That's all you can't do the things you've done with your son using your twenties thirties but you can still be father. So you're not to be a father you a little older now and You're more season so something you can't do anymore. That's all but you're not too old. And i applaud you to you for the seventy s. Still fucking and you still viral. Virtual on european should But you still spur your swim. Still working So that's good man. I'm proud of you See if you can get adult Next one from gimme. Gimme says i'm forty eight. I haven't menopause yet. But i do want kids. What should i do well Get a lot of baby boomer. Questions ginny You know it sounds like you probably have a boyfriend. I guess you're not married. I don't know you didn't mention that but if you're if you're married you want kids You know there's a few options You could Adopt always adopt You can do the you know the semination and stuff like that. They put nutting you and You get pregnant So there's a few options you can get a hourly pay a woman to carry a baby for you But she's still heavy eggs so you're menopause yet so that's the option you can get Semination or you can adopt you know Or you can do naturally your husband swimmers all your boyfriend. You didn't mention if you had a boyfriend would if you're married there's a few options you can do if you're single and You know there's still a few options but it gets a little different I guess you still maybe adopt but it just be more difficult Inexpensive by yourself so but you still adopt You can do the artificial insemination again you know their sperm banks of course In if you know a nice guy who you think would be a good donor Maybe some free spor- that. I'd never understood why women pay for note. I never understood dead. You know i mean you have to know someone that's good enough or you know. I mean the motherfucker know had to be brad pitt or didn't zales some shady. He just a reasonable guys smart. That's all you need. You know you you women pay all his money for sperm banks You know you want a guy who six five you want a guy with brown eyes you wanna guy with blue eyes. You want a guy who has blonde hair and all this bullshit. It doesn't mean that you're all spring and even going to turn out that way as you guys pay a fortune for nut. Something that you can get for. Free understood that but Question game if you're married and so support you know You can always adopt offficial nation. You know you get you know nut putting in stuff like that Or you can do it. The naturally off. You're not married. Like i said you know same thing. Just the most specificity by yourself in a guinness seminated or you can find a really nice guy who you think would be a good donor and get his sperm for free. I don't see anything wrong with that. I don't understand why women would be willing to pay for a strangers nut when you can get some money that you know for free and You know an engaged in his nut would be a lot more fun you going to the sperm bank in putting a violent yo ass and ejecta sperm the old fashioned way. Just talk to your buddy friends in knowing you know. Give me some pussy. And then you've got you know maybe it's just me seems like a lot more easier more cheaper. You take the like you know for me. Just take me out to dinner okay. Mina me for some chicken wings. All right That's given to this week's episode this episode. Why do soulmate have such lethal tongues repeated. Why do so mates have such lethal tongues. People who are post to be in such love. I love you baby Such marital bliss and when they get mad at one another their tongues are very sick. Very mean to one another person's supposed to love one another. I love you. I want to spend the rest of my life with you. But when they get a little angry or something that bothers them then they say stuff that sometimes there may be no return. And i just thought that was interesting. You know. I heard that from different people over the years. You know. Friends relatives You know stuff like that. I'm sure you've heard it. You know your friends get an argument. Your relatives some. Have you heard your parents get an argument. And your dad and your mom see some very hurtful things to the person i never. My parents I never heard anything that was hurtful. I mean they had arguments. I'm not gonna lie but they never said anything. That was her at least not in front of me. I never heard it. But i know some you have some. You heard your your father. Call your mother certain things your mother call your father sir. Thing and You know it's really fucking with a lot of you hit today. You know like marriages nothing you know like my parents talked to each other like dogs. So marriage is not all that special. You know it's really not People sometimes merrick covers of very poor examples of what a marriage should be as far as showing a very loving relationship. That's what i think. America's you're married you love another. How could you say something so hurtful to the other person but it happens. It happens every day to happen. Very often You know verbal abuse. you know that's that's more frequently but even just you know every once in a while someone gets mad and they see something. That's very hurtful happens a lot. And how could that happen. If you'd love this person one example you know like the husband is You know i saw. I've seen it with my own eyes. The husband knew that was suffering from a weight problem. If you've gained a little weight. When they said i do They were married for about ten years in You know she ate a few cookies. And you know things happen Nothing wrong with that. You know but she was filling in. She wasn't obese. He wasn't you know but she was a little thicker than when he got married. Put like that and she didn't like it. He knows she didn't like it and she and he would hone in on that when they get an argument you know he would say things to her. That i feel that He shouldn't have said i was in. They didn't i. They are head argument for me. And i heard him you fat fucker. You know you need to move your fat ass. you know. He would say things like that. I'm like looking at him. Like why would he say enter an he would be hurt and crying and stuff and and i'm like man. How could he say it. And he'll look at me and like minnows and know pulled aside late man. That's fucked up. You shouldn't say dead or she'll wife he's in so i heard some but women do to not just a man heard Sometimes i had a friend who had a little problems in the bed and his wife says some him she got mad at him you limp noodle mother fucker you know you know dick maybe a little small you know you pixel dick fuck you know shit like that i mean is all kinds of shit that i've heard from family And mostly friends. You know you'd be over there and watching a game or something or playing cards. Some and you know argument Both how you know and in the words flat. And i hate being in a friend's house because that makes me comfortable but i've been around many arguments and i've heard a lot of hurtful words in his a bad example to me and i'm like thinking of these people post a love one another. How could they say such things. I heard all kinda ship. You some examples Fuck you you fed bitch. That's that's you say that thi oyi call your wife a fat bitch. You're a fucking loser. Her data meeting times. You so damn stupid. You know that that happens. How many times you heard that. I don't know why marriage you you're fucking idiot a hate you. I wish she would just die. I wish he would just die. You know saying that is just hurtful to me. And i'm just saying you know but you fuck your parents from making you. That messed me up. When i heard you when i heard that the fuck you a fuck your parents that made you you know. And sometimes her for words can even become racial. I've i've known inner interracial couples known i know interracial couples will have gotten it. Now it's in. They say some things that were very hurtful disrespectful and very mean to someone who's supposed to love. Could you imagine if not now. I know white girls mayor to address black asthma. Dwight girls i know. hispanics mayor to white A noah white. I know a white guy married to a spanish girl. I know white guy. Married to a jew person so i know a lot of A new a person is married to a chinese woman. So i know a lot of mixed couples. And i heard i heard a lot of shit over the years. Some hurtful shit and it makes me realize why divorces also high. Because if i heard some of this stuff i don't know if i can make it and quite frankly it has thought on me that i'm second guessing myself. Could i really wanna get married you know. Do i really want to get hurt. You know 'cause they i. It seemed like the person that loves. You know your weakness and they say it hurt you when you're arguing knows what they argue. That's fine. I'm not saying every man could be you know all year lists but why do you have to see her words especially racial her fours. I heard some shit odi years. You know fuck you you stupid as crack. Yeah yeah. I heard that you're a dumb ass nigger. I heard that the people that love one another hurt them. You fucking kaik her down to fuck you. You spick bitch. Yeah get your ass and a kitchen cook you slanty out motherfucker heard all of this is one thing to say racial things just saying this shit repayment actually really curls my spirit you know just sanish and i can only imagine hearing it from the person that's supposed to love me the person that You know saying that. They want to spend the rest of their lives with me. You know and seeing some hurtful shit like that. And i've asked my friends when they say that fucked up shit in front of me. You might check them. I don't you know. Go hunky dory and shit i check my. He said that dumb shit. You know fucking i i you know i don't. That's what a real person with. Do you check people when they sent some or doing some fucked up. She had checked as i said. Why would you say that dumb shit and it'll be the same shit. Oh man. I was so mad. I just wanted to hurt her. You know oh man she. She gets me so angry. Oh you know. I just i mean he makes me so mad and i just i don't know he just brings it out in me. Chemists shit is dead. You getting so angry that you willing to say hurtful you know shit verbally hurting hurting the person that she was supposed to love of her name verbally and emotionally you know. You're that angry that you hurt them in that way. Some you stupid motherfucker is believed that you know. Long as it's okay along he apologize. alright. I'll say make it up tour. Yeah colors Fucking in all right. Yeah column nigger but you know i just fucking tomorrow he forget all about it you know. She won't even remember caller hike care. I'm making up tour. You know some you stupid motherfuckers. Actually believe that and believe if you apologize. You know it'd be okay but sometimes it doesn't matter how many times you apologize. How many times you send flowers. How many times you take you out to dinner. Many time. he say. I'm sorry is always in the back of their mind that he actually call me. That ain't no is one thing to hear that racial shit on outside from some you know from some personal and outside it has inside your house. You hear net shit from someone who who's opposed to love you that takes shit to a whole 'nother level. Animal tastes them now me personally. I never been verbally on slaughter and net. She will never happen. Because i'm not the person that would ever take this shit. But even though i would never take it if i had a white wife. And she called me a fucking dumb nigger which was a be a asinine statement is. I'm not dumb. But still she utilize racial statement in. Call me a dumb ass fucking maker. That is something that you know it would make me. Faint person really loves me. And i might forgive her. I don't know. I never been in love. They say love micky do crazy things so i can't speak that far as to fouls forgiving. I'm thinking now with my head my mentality. I probably would forgive her. I wanna hope that. I would but i don't know could i don't know i would never forget it. It would always be on the back of my mind like my wife actually called me a dumb nigger a racial You know word of a nasty word like that from my friends that of users nasty words of their loved one. Call them a kaik. Call them a cracker. Calm spic you know. I never talked to them personally. Because you know. But and i don't know if they would even admit to me but you know. Have you gotten over that. Have you gotten over him or her. Call you those words you know me personally. I don't i guess it depends on what kind of person it is a me personally. I don't think i would ever get over that. I would always kinda doubt her love for me. My wife one. I loved ones on supposed to be spending the rest of my life with one. Took vows with me. The one who took my name called me dumb ass nick. She was angry with me. She wanted to hurt me that much. So i'm thinking do she really love me. What else was she do to hurt me. If she wanted to. Hurt me with the words that much. What else is she willing to do to hurt me if she gets so angry and vice versa. What else is he willing to do. You know if it's Wife what else is he willing to. He called me fat bitch or a stupid bitch. Fat whole you know. Call me a fat cracker. Whatever he used so some some hurtful as words if he that angry with me what else would he do. So my thing is this. How is it that people who say they love one another and they want to spend the rest of their lives with this person and They can't live without him. Is all that bullshit. Because there's a lot of you. Mother fuckers out there. Who do this very thing. It happens more often than you think as some you stupid motherfuckers don't only do it to your loved ones year your husband. Your wife even taught the parents like that. Some you talk to your parents your you know. Now that's something i wouldn't tolerate. I'm sorry You not going to talk to your parents like that in front of me like that. Fuck that so i'm lynn. You know but Some you call your mom you stupid bitch hate you dumb. Be very helpful to your mother. Now you know. I don't know maybe something. Your mom did when he was little some some. You have some fucked relationships. That never healed. But i think that you know if that's your parents. Somethings that you should never do. You shouldn't say hurtful things to your parents. You shouldn't say hurtful things to the people that you love the people that you took vows with i do. I love this person. I love you sick and health to rich or poor. Whatever your vows are some you make your own vows and shit your memorize these beautiful vowels at you winning sa- beautiful her vows so beautiful. Did you hear them own. My god all these beautiful words all a lot of times winnings ship. That's nothing but show is the the theater of it but a lot of you. Mother fuckers who get married don't understand what marriage is love someone. You're not supposed to say things that hurt them not supposed to say things that they might can't come back from the person you love. That's the person you supposed to want to be with for the rest of your life. Why would you hurt them. He's supposed to love them as what you're and that's what you're vowel. Say right and a lot of motherfuckers. Oh my ring said look my ring. And that's what i mean. A lot of you are into the show. The whole theater the actress of the ship. You know the wedding the reigning dress but a lot of people out there who went to the courthouse and they got just as much love. You do. It's not about the diy trix. It's about what it means and a lot of you folks don't realize what it means when you get married. You're not supposed to say hurtful things to the person you supposed to love. I think in my theory one time or another. You keep saying hurtful things eventually. Best person won't be able to come back. Yeah they forgive. You know they'll fuck you again. But they were never forget that you call them a racial slur. Because you've got mad you know or you call them something. That was just totally unnecessary. Something that was this mean. Hurtful in no forget especially if his racial especially. If it's racial you know one thing you have to deal with this shit on the outside but you come inside your house and you being call though racial slur by your wife or your husband signed damn you thought you were on my sad. I thought you. I thought i can count on you. That's what i'll be thinking you know. Does she really love me. Damn she would call me that. It would cause me to reevaluate our marriage. Maybe i don't have as good as i thought i did. Maybe she doesn't love me. Like i love her. And those in the problem start. Start down everything. So that's all. I'm saying folks. If you're married you're married to someone he's supposed to love them is supposed to be your soul mate. You're going to be with them for the rest of your life. Don't see her for the. I'm not saying don't argue. I'm not saying that that's crazy. That would be asinine statement. Don't argue you're going to argue but you don't have to say hurtful things that you know he or she may not come back from supposed to be the person that you love. Why would you wanna hurt them. So bad so bad so low dead. You know you might say something. They can't come back from when never forget. It will always hurt them that you said that i. Would you want then the person that you're supposed to love so think about that the next time. You're an argument about that. The next time you want to say something to the person that you love thank bed the next time how you would think that it will make them feel for the rest of your lives. Think about how you would feel anyway something to think about. Hope you enjoyed today's episode. Be sure to check wife out. I'm on pretty much. Everything i'm on. Pod breed. Check that out my shows on there. There's a lot of other great any pods. 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Whisky world faces its #MeToo moment

The Current

12:35 min | 3 months ago

Whisky world faces its #MeToo moment

"I am speaking to you at a moment of grave crisis. I'm Jeff Turner and this is recall it's a series about history not the ancient past history that hot to the touch. In this first season, I explore a revolutionary political movement that brought a modern democracy to the brink. You can find recall how to start a revolution on the CBC listen APP or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a CBC podcast. Don't you play. Ball up in. Band. and. Pop Culture. It's what rough cowboys drink on cold nights which scheming politician sip in Dark wood-paneled lounges. The Brown. Hemingway's lemonade. Talking about whisky for all of its lower, we rarely see images of women drinking whisky, of course, women do drink. And distill it and review it and they love it. So when whisky writer, Becky Paskhin came across Jim Murray's twenty twenty, one Whisky Bible, this line stopped her cold. If whiskey could be sexed, this would be a woman knows how to Pote Seduce and win your heart. Becky pass called out the Whisky Bible and sexism in the spirits industry and a live discussion on instagram. She counted thirty four reviews and this year's release of the Whisky Bible that she found used sexist or vulgar language. Her Post went viral since then women in the whiskey industry have been speaking up past can joins me from Brighton England becky morning. Hi. I'm well, thanks. Is. Two hundred Kenneth she is known as the whiskey last see she's a writer and enthusiast who has been in the industry for decades. She is in Saint John New, Brunswick track according to you. Good Morning. Math becky when you started to read those descriptions of Whiskey in twenty twenty, one whisky, Bible. How did you? React. funnily, enough I was actually on a train at back down to bartend from. Scotland visiting some whisky distilleries and I was looking at a pdf on my laptop and with my face mosque on and I feel sorry for everyone else around me because my reaction was just Oh. This is price. He must have been wondering what I was reading. You could have read it and just been disgusted, but you decided to call it out why take that extra step? Because I think the objectification women whiskey is there's no place for it today I mean it was once upon a time in the world of whiskey where whisky companies would get away with this with that marketing which involved and sexist imagery, very an alluring imagery of women in their appetizing but. There were so many women making whisky. Whisky enjoying. That actually referring to women in such a way in a whiskey refused book is just so disrespectful to You're enjoying it and making it what sort of response to to get to to the post. I. Mean I've been message thousands of times. I had a lot of people get in touch. With support as as everyone's probably saying that have been a lot of support from whiskey companies is while he will agree that and sexist language has no place in the world of escape an an an mostly, quite lot of messages for women young women he would just new to the industry and even established blenders and distillers who said thank you so much for standing up for us because we're so tired of this kind of rhetoric. They would just say grateful that something had finally been set and not the industry had acted in the way that it has joined mcinnis. When you saw Becky's post what was your reaction? Mostly grateful and. The realization that this this this is it. This is where the chain begins. From your perspective I mean being grateful. What have you seen in the industry? You've been writing about the whisky industry for decades how sexist isn't? It I mean it's gradually gotten better. I've been doing this I've been always ski enthusiasts for almost. Thirty years of my life and I've seen you know. In really bad times all the way to our current situation, which is much much better So it's been a journey and it's like everything else in life I. IT involves a change in culture, and so this is where I feel like are the time is now with everything that's going on it is time when this language appears in in something called the Whisky Bible. Calling yourself the Whisky Bible is one thing but how big of a following doesn't have the? Is it the Bible of Whiskey? I think you'd be wrong person to get the number actually purchased that book So I rely on peer reviews or word of mouth or I. Mean obviously you know just trying it myself for for myself because I think. whiskey is a very individual thing. It's it's no different than if I were to ask you, you know what? What vegetables should I be eating I mean you have different needs and requirements and pallets than I would. So I think you know having a an all being do all one book that covers every single individual that would be drinking is is beyond. My realm of understanding Becky, how big of a deal is it for you to call out riding in in this book and the Whisky Bible. Well, I actually goes beyond the Whisky Bible. There's I think the reason why we have same much of a response to that sexual major paste was because there is a deep seated underlying issue had that sexism In relation to women who work in risk in Hugh enjoy Whiskey is a issue and I think. What I said about Murray's Whisky Bible is just one instance of the sexism that. Women have faced they today in the vine of wack whether that's an pouring drums from behind the bar and ordering a ball or or even working in a risky show. What happens if you go to a bar and US for Whiskey becky would have you experienced. and. It depends on the ball that if it's disliked. Department specialising whiskey. It's. A k. you join ice with that you should join Johnson Kaik with that whereas if I was a guy, you wouldn't be asked that question. It's happened quite a lot an often even at whiskey is I presented it whisky shows hosted quite stands and. The guys will come up to the stand off the speak to a one of my male colleagues despite the fact I, you know I was the editor of whiskey publication and my colleagues understand where. My colleagues and Yet, they would. I would cost me to speak somebody else because as in there is I didn't know anything. What is it Joanna Boat whiskey that has made it such a male dominated field and that would allow for that language to still be pervasive mean. Yes. Sexism exists throughout society But in this field, what is it that that you know people have believed would would keep an as such a male dominated field. I think it's just an outdated view based on nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies marketing to be quite honest the reality is you know in in my lifetime in North America I can't speak for everywhere else but in in Canada specifically, forty percent of Whiskey drinkers, females to tending festivals, and that's WHO's drinking whiskey. And you know we're not. We're not necessarily interested in having whiskies marketed to us. We just want it to be gender neutral so I should have the ability to walk up to a stand. As easily as you would matt and after a whiskey without having, you know the with the rhetoric that exactly what Becky said are you sure this is what you want. You didn't want like a Pinochle water did you want some ice and Matt or? and I think another thing that needs to change to be quite honest is. It needs to be marketed. differently. So the whisky industry has a responsibility to start marketing whiskey as gender neutral or that it's for everyone it's not just for men and that's how I feel about you talk about Marketing Walker released. A. Jane Walker Label is there anything I mean aside from the name? Is there anything different in the bottle Joanne between Johnny? Walker and Jane Walker? You know and I believe I could be wrong on this but I believe it was actually slightly more expensive than the regular Johnny Walker which for me. It's just another form of sexism. So it you know I. It didn't I didn't I refused even drink it to be quite honest but that's again a personal choice I just I have a staunch stand on those types of things becky have you seen the industry change and it's not just in in light of your post but. Things change over time. Have you seen the industry change and change the language, but also try to be more inclusive? Oh absolutely in the whiskey industry as far as I've nine it since I've been working in Whiskey for ten years I, is it stemming cle-? Says the same many different people in NASA friendly it. So welcoming the industry itself is a I've never experienced sexism from within the industry. This is. A thing that comes from consumers it can the lost years especially with the different movements that we've been saying that has been a real effort to. Try and change the perception of Whiskey as being a man drink that said I. still think that there's more that the industry can be doing an John said. Whiskey marketing needs to lose this. I did only white men drink whisky kids. Yes. When been. Rather people of different backgrounds as well. Why are we only ever seeing walk men in -tising and I think once that we have a an. Gender Balance and. When we have more gender-balanced advertising, we'll start to see this perception of whiskey just being a man's drink start to fade away Julie just finally in the last minute or so that we have as a as somebody who's been in this industry for a while. What would you say to young women who are just getting into the industry and they're concerned about what we've been talking in the sexism that they might face? I think the biggest thing that I would love to see happen and it's been mentioned a few times in in conversations is the women in the Industry today you know should be there and available to mentor the Women of the next generation and I? Think that might make a huge difference in changing the culture within so to speak. It's great to speak with you both about this, Becky thank you for your post and the conversation that it's generated. Joanne great to have you with us. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks thanks to mcinnis as a writer known as the Whiskey Lassie. becky pass is Whiskey journalist keeper of the quake and the CO founder of our Whiskey Company, which is a campaign to highlight diversity within the whisky industry. We did reach out to Jim Murray of the Whisky Bible for comment on this, he sent us a statement that reads in part people drink. Whisky for its sensual qualities through nose and taste the Whisky Bible will reflect the sensuality and the better the whiskey. The more sensual it is essentially doesn't always equate to sex, and when it does that doesn't automatically equal sexism. He says, he apologizes those who were offended but not to quote the Woke Brigade and quote for more CBC podcasts Goto CBC DOT CA slash podcasts.

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Boomer & Gio

13:42 min | 1 year ago

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"It's funny he just asked me one of the pirates doing and they don't have a manager or general manager while the GM meetings are going on Like imagine not. Having a general general manager meetings were similarly star Joel. I'm sure that they have some sort of representation out there. Maybe there's an assistant. General Manager has been named general manager yet. Now I don't think so they don't even have a team president so just when you think gets bad around here there are other places where it's Worse It's a Well oiled machine. Yeah I guess so my goodness all right Jerry. Noise Jerry is is with us. And he's got an update. Good Morning Jerry. Your morning brought to you by the Ray Catena Auto Group schedule an appointment today to Raycatena Service Center First Class Service at affordable prices and your winners for the Cy Young Awards Jacob degrom and Justin Burland grab just the seven Pitcher in the National League win back to back years. Twenty nine of the thirty first place votes. Here's degrom Rahman S and said it was a dream to win one but to win back-to-back honestly. I'm kind of speechless right now. And speaking of honesty he was honest. Honest when he says yes. I felt the pressure with the way the season Kinda got out to the started. Did after getting the new deal ended up signing a contract. And you know you don't WanNa disappoint point whenever you do something like that and then come out too good starts and then three can't even remember those three or four bad ones in a row but then you you look like Oh man you know now I really got to figure this out. We figured it out wrong has gone on. He's all that Leon and we've bladed for so long Jacob. Can't you see that we need a call strike three. I know I can't be wrong that I'm in love with dead. Brahm two point four three era two hundred and fifty five strikeouts in two hundred four innings. Then there's very lender. He wins his second Cy Young Award. Also when it in Eleven Burland Orlando when twenty one thousand six he beat out Garrett Cole he got Seventeen First Place Votes Cole got thirteen so good for him. Yankees GM. Brian Cashman with Mike on on the fan. So are you going to be getting top pitcher this off season bobby sanitary competitive market. Those things aren't easy and And then with free choice you have the ability to decide that AH money might not. Necessarily the the entire driver will address to the best of our bility's you perceive need and speaking of pigs. That's why you're a fool uh-huh fool the old free choice factor free choice because free choice you know. It's not like we could tell these guys what to do health now. He mentioned the pitching avenue. Pitching coach and Matt Blake. Maybe a lot of people don't know a lot about him. I mean cashman is so enthralled with him that when Mike asked him about uh-huh and what can you expect of them. What do you think of them? Got All choked up even a very effective manager a Jeez. That's that's impact. Yeah Yeah that is a manager of a little tough to get through. That Randy Levine Pondimin. I'm not sure that our gas. Yes I'm not sure the MVP's will be announced tonight. You've got Alex Bregman Mike Trout. Marcus semi-in in the Al.. The National League finalists cody bellinger Anthony Rendong own and stroh player should not be allowed to win any of these awards. The pitchers though. I don't know you know the pitchers benefit if it you know when the other team you know when your offense puts numbers up on the board yet but this this was back in twenty seventeen we don't know about twenty nineteen quite yet get with what was going on. Okay was whistled now. We do know that so anyway. Jacob degrom was talking about those three starts it was third fourth and fifth start in April. This cheer he gave up in terms of earned runs six earned runs three earned runs five earned runs in those games if he was lights out the first two right right and then he also had a bad game game against Miami where he gave up six runs in May but after that I mean every every game is like zero one two zero zero euro one two. I Miss Ridiculous. And of course the way that he finished the season was amazing dominant. Right hit the month of September. He every every outing he won at least seven innings right and his earned runs for the month of September against the nationals. He gave up four Oren runs Arizona. One earned run the dodgers Cincinnati and Miami last routings zero about that about that Babb whip got it got whip. You won't whip no no no thank not really good okay sooner right non war that means just honored replacement. That's a very high numbers. All right. He should win. This is what does it mean. It means a guy if a guy had he's he's he wins that many games above the guy that replaced is there such thing as ratings above replacement that people give us Negoti. That's what I should use Jets owner Christopher Johnston with the media Wednesday Adam gays. We'll be the jets coach for the rest of the season as well as next. No moves being made you want to ensure you there will will be no changes in coaches. He says I guess and quarterback Sam Darnold in sync. They have the same vision for this team. Going forward and here was really Johnston go. He says That'd be fine if they had a daughter named her affiliate war war of above five star quality above eight your MVP quality. So Jake's was seven point nine you could tell you. He talked about it after the game of a plane clean. You're not turn the ball over. You know making throwing the ball away when he needs to. And here's gays. Having a short memory says yeah we beat the giants. It's wonderful now we move on. I was looking at you in the last one but you lose the next month. Nobody cares members last one so we we just need to make sure that we stay focused on task. It gets take on the redskins this weekend. Forty niners left tackle. Joe Staley out at least a couple of weeks surgery to repair a fractured and dislocated that guy's just had a tough year because he had just come back from what of Tibula Fibula some Abiola injury schnitzel injury. You sprain dish Nivola and it was a very very many weeks painful. The the Texans claim cornerback Vernon Hargreaves off waivers from the bucks Thursday night the Footballs steelers and BROWNS and Cleveland Baker. Mayfield looking forward to it right atmosphere for us you know the singular mindset and focus that we need to have it just so happens they were planning division of so. It's a big one for us. We know that man for Mike Tomlin Kinda showed you think Odell Beckham Junior puts on in pre game tonight. Oh you mean a lot of one handed catches spent a Lotta a lot of time working in pre-game and run around on the sideline and then catching a ball and going to the sideline again getting fluids wardrobe choices top of mind until you're honest cleats. He wears tonight. Yeah if he's good with those. There's Mike Tomlin he knows it won't be easy. We're excited about NFC North divisional play. We're excited about being a part of or just robbery. We understand the environment. We're going into week eleven already in the NFL boomer semi yesterday texturing goes because I'll candidate handed short week football. I can't say Thursday night game having it's your week football see North Road Action. Playing quarterback back got douchebag tendencies. That would be awesome. Commercials shoots shaved his mustache. Do I do S- bag tendency road action on shore week football obviously obviously steelers five and four the browns three and in six NBA last night. The Lakers clobbered the warrior rebound graph by Javale. McGee Bounce Pass Lebron Mill curves I twelve sixty five fifty three twenty one twenty two ninety four their a league best nine and two Lebron James had twenty three Kyle Kuzma Adding twenty two on the night. Anthony Davis played in this game so actually needed Nafta and by the time going from rutgers last night actually watched some of this game. Yeah they warrior. Team is not even recognised they're gonNA fire. The coach leads Draymond green was back but outside of that it's dangerous Russell Draymond in green and and a cast of thousands G. League. Yeah really. I think he's got some equity The endel Russell thought man. I'm leaving Brooklyn going Golden State. That's Awesome I. Don't think so new. Do not gone well. That's for sure. Raptors beat the Blazers one fourteen to one OH. Six rockets topped the clippers. One Zero two ninety three as James Harden had himself a night uh-huh pulls up for a long. They're defending him so tightly. He figured why not pull up in thirty three. They won't defend me from there and he was exactly actly right. Knocked down the triple rockets up for tyrel clippers. Three fifty two to go ninety eighty six Dick Yetlis how far the shots shots are like to stand on the court where this is is insane and it makes it. Look so yes yeah. He'd forty-seven last night For Him Kaik load managed all knee. I don't know the yes. Yes he did yes. I did not see the box score. Here was Austin rivers. Though his dad add got elected in the fourth quarter and he was trying to help that along with the officials because he was screaming at them and Austin rivers comes over gone. TM team up and they did team up Here was he got tossed as well as CBS. Sports network is GONNA show the video. Here was rivers no shock. The DAD got tossed. Look before many times once it starts to play is fast is better love star telling Tony he got off for people who don't know this place for the rockets right. He played for his dad. Ah Yes that's right. He's starting to get his dad. His Grace Watch them go. kind of cool is really enjoyed it. It was fun Kemba Walker had twenty five. Celtics beat the wizards one forty to one thirty three and John Moran the game winning Hoop Late Grizzlies over the Hornets. It's one thousand nine hundred seventeen. He had twenty three points and eleven assists. You've got the knicks hosting the Mavericks. Tonight's our KRISTAPS porzingis coming into MSG thoughts on the reception. You might get on. No no I don't know what to expect. Social media is mostly negative. Joe Yeah we had a guy call in the other day said Oh you know boom you ran out of town and also the crap all you have to do is read the history of kristaps Porzingis when he was here. And you know why the next got rid of them you know. They wanted to be traded. He wanted to get out of here and you know he put the Nixon an untenable situation. He had they had to trade him. I mean he was giving it was got so bad. He gave a list of teams gave a list of teams the nick. That's why they had to get rid of him so he forced his way out of here just so everybody he knows that Knicks are two and nine set a low tonight when you see him the Foreign six Netzer at Denver who were seven and three kyrie irving questionable with a shoulder shoulder impingement. We've got another impingement hinge moment. That's a new injury that never existed load management and they're just calling it something yeah that's signing Iman Shumpert the Oh yeah rangers in Tampa tonight last night. The islanders look like they were going to have a nice comfortable win now. zeke weakest can't pull it along but he fights it back and back to news in the dirt soon put themselves by a couple of things one that play by play guys really really good at Brennan. He's really good. And the other thing is I got in in the car. Just to hear a berry trots cut overnight and I thought they had lost the game like honestly I was like wait a second. They won last couple issues. Where where you know they? They had a three goal lead on Pittsburgh and lost that game in overtime and then last night they had a three game lead and I was goalie at one point last night they raw a five to two two totally stupid thing and I know that they wanted to visit. I thought for us. We were just okay today. We're a lot it better than we were We can play a lot better Take anything to and I thought. Yeah but they continue to win on thirteen eighteen three and one of the best teams in the League right now and I'll tell you this matthew bars l. is ridiculous he is. He is off the charts goodman his his Kenyan going in skating ability and his awareness on the ice man. He's he's I think he's one of the top five players in the league right. Yeah with that record and his skill hard to argue and now you know last year he he skated a lot with the puck this year. He's passing and more which you know it comes along with understanding the game and get a little bit older and CIA. The ice a little bit better but man he is really talented. Senators beat the devils four to as they scored three in the third rutgers. Drexel last night by five. And you got Seton Hall Michigan State Tonight Game All right thanks Jerry.

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When Nazis Took Manhattan

Radio Diaries

22:39 min | 2 years ago

When Nazis Took Manhattan

"Hey, everybody. This is Sarah producer at radio diaries. A little news before we begin the show Joe is serving as a mentor with forecasts an international program for young artists. This is a special opportunity to work on an audio project for a year with Joe with financial support you can apply at forecasts dash platform dot com. Applications are due March first and for those of you in New York City, I will be presenting new work at on air fest. Join me at the radio Toby a listening party on Friday, March first at the white hotel in Williamsburg tickets and details are available at on air fest dot com. This podcast is supported by Lincoln learning with more than thirteen thousand courses linked in learning can help you clinch any career moment. Like finding a new job earning promotion or nailing your next big presentation. 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From pure Xs radio topa, this is radio diaries. I'm Joe Richmond. Eighty years ago on February. Twentieth. Nineteen thirty nine twenty thousand men and women streamed into Madison Square Garden in New York outside the marquee read. Pro American rally inside on the stage though were American flags and a giant banner of George Washington sandwiched between two huge swastikas. We have it up the gun to salute of the outstretched, right arm and hand this symbol in this loot represented the greeting variant of white gentile each of whom is in nationally. And in our case that means the United States of America. Use the eve of World War Two months after Kristallnacht in Germany, a few months before the invasion of Poland. Hitler hadn't yet proven. What it meant to be Nazi the rally was organized by the German American Boone, one of several American organizations that openly supported fascism and Hitler, the bund filmed the rally to create a sort of American triumph of the will today in the show when Nazis took Manhattan. Right. Ladies and gentlemen, my fellow Christian Americans. It's my very great privilege who welcome you Madison Square. Garden was the big arena in New York at the time hockey games boxing matches the week before the rally there was the Westminster dog show. Name is Arnie Bernstein. I'm historian and author of the book swastika nation. Fled. Lead gen the rally opened with this ledge of allegiance. Twenty thousand people strong stood up held their hands aloft in the Nazi salute. And said the pledge to the American flag. And that law. Taylor's businessman, you know, blue collar, white collar, they came wearing their Nazi armbands every penance in their hands. It looked like any kind of political rally only with the Nazi twist. Our boys and fellow Americans and other non parasitic the rally was explicitly antisemitic. Demand a white gentile America. They denounced Roosevelt as Rosenfeld to say that Roosevelt was in the pocket of the rich Jews. My name is Sarah churchwell, I'm a cultural historian, and the author of behold America spirit with opened the Wisden build our country was the spirit of the militant white, man. One of the speakers was Gerhardt Wilhelm coons who was the public relations director for the buns, and he gave an explicitly white supremacist. Vision of America American lawmakers generations, a goal promulgated laws forbidding intermarriage between white and black yellow Brown and red inhabitant. We had Jim grow loan and a complicated system of immigration quota. It has always been very much American to protect the character of this nation. One of the things that they tried to do was to say that basically this is what America has always been. And at this is what the founding fathers would have supported. We are not reaching rate Bateman, but recognition and the will to the preservation of our own. Right. My name is Brett Sisley on oh in my grandfather was at the Nazi rally him say twenty six year old plumber. His name was door Greenbaum. He uses duty. There's an American as a Jew as a curious New Yorker to assess the situation. And you snuck into the rally the only ever homeless parasite is the job. Using the very very back, and he sat there he listened. And he listened in a believe the rallies for about three hours long. Mr q. The pinnacle of the night was blessed speaker, the Fritz Kuhn lated intent on fellow American. You all have heard of knee, those are truest control breath. Tune was the leader of the German American, Ben. And in essence he wanted to be the Hitler of America. Know the Christian to the men got our woman how the terms to the American people found that. It. Watch twenty thousand people cheering raising their hands saluting this man in the Heil Hitler salute. And he was just amazed. And so he slowly worked his way to the front. I remember him telling me that there was one thing to said about the Jews and how they're like cockroaches. And my grandfather said he lost it. Bombing with my grandpa just muscled his way through the guards that were front jumped up on the stage and he yelled down with Hitler. Bunch of the guards the jacuzzi jumped on my grandfather, they started punching and kicking him pawing at them point his pants down. And they were getting cheers and New York. Police ran from the other side of the stage and the police pulled my grandfather off to safety. He had a black guy in a broken nose. But you said he would have done it again. Often to you. If you are sincere of ACTA area back. Join. When the apt up everybody's just trust the rooms in the air and join Coon screaming free, America, free, America. This rally in February nineteen thirty nine was really the turning point for the bond as soon as the United States entered the war all of these fascist groups were discredited and disbanded the bund was largely forgotten. But there's something they tapped into that is part of America. We still see elements of today, they may not be the German American bund, you know, the the nine hundred seventy eight attempt by Nazis to March in Skokie the who Klux Klan in the nineteen sixties. We saw it at the unite the right rally in Charlottesville, eighty years later. The philosophy is still there. And all these groups maintain that they are patriotic Americans. And this is the America that they see. Two years after that nineteen thirty nine rally the United States entered World War Two millions of Americans went to Europe to fight the Nazis. One of them was is door. Greenbaum the protests who jumped up on stage at Madison Square Garden. This story was produced by Sarah Kramer, without from Nelly Gillis and me Joe Richmond or enters Deborah George bench bureau. We first learned about the rally from the film a night at the garden directed by Marshall curry it's nominated for an Academy Award this year in the short documentary category. And the visuals of the rally are really worth seeing yourself. You can watch the film at night at the garden dot com. By the way, an ad for the film was supposed to air this week during Sean Hannity show. The thirty second spot was called it can happen here. But the CEO of FOX rejected the ad saying it was quote, not appropriate for our air. We'll be back with very different story about the rally, and Nazis, and a local Jewish superhero known as the mighty atom that strain a minute. This episode of the radar is podcast has support from care of which delivers personalized vitamin and supplement packs. Right your door. 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In fact, at the time, it was the largest deployment of police in New York City history fights breaking out between fascists and antifascists and one fight was particularly memorable it involved. A man called the mighty atom. The story comes from our friend Nate Demeo at the memory palace. The year. Hank greenberg. Hit fifty eight homers to lead the major leagues he batted three fifteen scored one hundred forty three runs drove in one hundred forty seven and had an opium of one point one to two if that means anything to you, if it doesn't just know that it's very very good. He meant something close to everything to Jewish Americans. Joe DiMaggio with the talian Americans, but more. So Hank Greenberg was the Hebrew hammer despite suffering all sorts of anti semitic, prejudice and abuse. He never ran away from his identity, even when people freaked out when his Detroit Tigers lost game. When he set out for you. Kapoor in every Jewish kid pouring over the box score in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, while pouring milk over the morning cereal. All the old timers shouting baseball. And Yiddish over the squealing brakes of the elevated trains and canal street new the only reason Hank Greenberg led the league in walks that same year. Was because no one would give them anything to hit. Because no one wanted to do to break, babe. Ruth's home run record. The your hand Greenberg. Hit fifty eight homers. There was another Jewish hero known for his own astounding Affleck feats, though, his fame didn't extend much beyond the org. But if you grew up in a cold, water, flat and flatbush or remembered waking up to the sounds of guys pickles and Shmatko outside your tenement window and riverton. You knew the mighty atom. The beginning of his story wasn't all that different from your own. He was born Joseph Greenstein in Poland. He had come to America fleeing program found work where he could which in his case turned out to be Galveston, Texas, the oilfields in. That's where his story it starts differentiate a touch from these standard tale of Jewish European migration in the early twentieth century, his boss became obsessed with his wife Leah and wanted to get Greenstein out of the picture. So we shot him ten paces right between the eyebrows. And it did not kill him. Not only. Did it not kill him the bullet? It's smushed. The doctors went into retrieve it and found the bullet right under his skin flattened against his skull. And Joseph Greenstein little guy really five four gifted with an apparently predator naturally hard head. Found a calling. He hit the vaudeville certain told his story intense in fields and small towns but kids touch scar. And he built out his act by building up his body. He became the mighty atom strong the compact package with remarkable power who drove nails through would with his fists. Ben straight metal rods into hardships who broke chains with his bare hands and who among us would deny his fans, the metaphorical pleasures are watching a fellow Jew break chains with hands. The nineteen thirty eight the year. Hank greenberg. Hit fifty eight home runs and walked hundred nineteen times. The mighty atom was packing them. In theaters all over New York. That year when pitchers started walking Hank Greenberg over and over as you got closer and closer to beating Babe Ruth record. So he fell three short. The Nazis annexed Austria. German Jews were forced to register their assets than their businesses, then they were forbidden to practice medicine and then law, then they were forced to get ID cards in present them on request than have their passports stamped with the red. Jay, then the Nazis burned the synagogue at Nuremberg. Penn Greenberg went to for five that day. Then Jews of polish descent were exiled from Germany right has baseball season ended, and then one thousand synagogues were set on fire on Kristallnacht in seventy six destroyed as more than seven thousand Jewish owned businesses and Jewish. In more than one hundred Jewish people were killed and thirty thousand were arrested in sent off to concentration camps and those who remained were expelled from school stripped of their businesses in their property as winter Kim. The year that Hank Greenberg had one of baseball's greatest seasons while people shouted dirty Jew and Kaik and him from the stance. Membership in the German American Boone was on. There is twenty five thousand German Americans dedicated to extending Hitler's vision of anti-semitism in the master race to the United States. Thousand of them uniform stormtroopers in there was father Coggan a radio preacher with an audience, and the many millions who had spent most of the thirties keeping his antisemitism coded keeping it to dog whistles and whispers about Roosevelt in the banks. But in the year, Hank Greenberg came in third in MVP voting. He stopped holding back writing about the Jewish conspiracy controlling the world in praising Hitler and German atrocities and the radio. Does that year turned the next and the metro along winter didn't seem to end in hanged? Greenberg's remarkable summer was a dream half. Remembered the Nazis passed a law that forced Jews turnover. Everything made of gold and silver. Arc's Minora's wedding rings lovers. Lock. It's the German American bund held a rally in Madison Square Garden swastikas in American flags the Nazi eagle and George Washington, the red white and blue and the red and black. In banners hung from the rafters like retired jerseys. And twenty two thousand people in the audience Americans right there in midtown Manhattan with their right arms extended in the Nazis flute. While there was another American just outside. The mighty atom was in midtown to perform nearby earlier that day pound its nails with his fists books chains in the story goes that he saw a sign hanging high in the wall of the arena. Slogan to familiar. And on that night. Just too much. No dogs or Jews allowed. And so he went across the street to a hardware store slaps in cash in the counter in left with the ladder in a bat. And he did the three story ladder across thirty third street, propped it up against the wall and client started riffing down the side. The security guard swastika armband shouted for help. And by the time. The mighty atom got back to the street the torn sign flapping above twenty knots surrounded him looking for a fight. So the mighty atom gave him one. And when it was over there were eighteen American Nazis on the way to the hospital. There was one Jewish American walking home with only a black guy. Holding baseball. Hank Greenberg signature model, Louisville slugger. That's neat Demeo of the memory palace. They say you always remember your first true. Love for podcasts. The memory palace was mine over the years has continued to be one of my favorite shows. So if you aren't already a fan do yourself a favor and check it out the memory, palace dot US. The memory palace is part of pure Xs radio Topi network. And so are we you can hear all the radio tovia shows at radio, tovia dot FM. Radar is has support from the National Endowment for the humanities national down for the arts. And and from listeners just like you. I'm Joe Richmond of radio diaries. Thanks for listening. This podcast is supported by Lincoln learning with more than thirteen thousand courses linked in learning can help you in the career moments. That matter today, let's learn about asking for a raise for more. Visit Lincoln learning dot com slash free. Course, I'm Jane Barrett. The founder of gold being a small business in the financial services space. You will coffee you money most people do and at the very least it's great to see your income expand. And the best way to do that is to get a raise. So how do you get a raise don't just not into your manages office? I need a rice look at it. As a project. I you'll research than build your reasoning as to why you should be awarded rise unlawfully find the right people to make the case to research means to find out everything you can about the industry norms for your position and work. What people above and below you obeying paid. And especially what your peers with similar scope ABI. 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#1353 I Don't Know What You Want Out Of Life

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

36:21 min | 2 months ago

#1353 I Don't Know What You Want Out Of Life

"Thanks for listening to the atom and dr drew show on podcast one. I heard this crazy stat the other day. Did you know that the average person is productive for less than three hours out of an eight hour. Work day five hours of wasted time. How can that be normal. Normal and try cliquot up. Click up helps. You break the norm and get more done in less time. By replacing all of your unorganized work apps and bringing your tasks docs goals chats and more into a single shared workspace click ups customer services unmatched. And they're making the world infinitely more productive so join over one hundred thousand teams at companies like airbnb. Google and uber who already used click up to level up their productivity with click up. You'll save one day every week. Guaranteed which means more time to spend with family taking that ultimate road trip or whatever you want to spend more time doing. Cleanup is free forever. 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That's thirty percent off at lifelock. Dot com promo code. Adam sale ends november thirtieth recorded. Live at corolla one studios with adam corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew pinski. You're listening to the atom and dr drew show. They're gonna doctors vision. Dick's specialists over there going andrea ski. I was thinking about the death of math and how covert is killed math but also was thinking about when you went on the doctors you had to fight with some dr tv show that it wasn't it wasn't a fight. He was jimmy and he was giving me these opportunities to kind of walk things back or say of course every life is important. You know what's his because when you go. This isn't hurting young people and they go fourteen year old died in new brunswick and go of course. That's a tragedy for the family. I'm so fucking tired of that part where you go look. I'm not a racist. i just think there should. I'm tired of all the. I'm not at no one's four death right however it makes me think that maybe the doctors that are so exercised about this. Don't deal with death and dying. Somebody dies my practice for a couple of weeks. I do a lot of old people or you're going to wear out that pillow you keep going at that rate and but when i was really what i was seeing hundreds of patients every week i it would be essentially every day. Somebody would be working in icu. Now and and deaths and when you're older is sort part you gotta kind of plan it out. Almost you've got to sort of be like well. How much risk do you wanna take. Do you wanna be in a nursing home. Join me to treat every non luck. Hear anyone listening. Here's your simple argument. The doctor was pushing back and gave me. When i said this affects old people and sick people they suck. Yeah but those old people don't they deserve to live or what about their family so much like okay. We get it. Hero begin it. You're better than me fantastic. I'm trying to fuck fucking not have an economy collapse. You're worried about nanna fine. You're better than i am quite anyone who challenges you on this shit. Do my simple thought. Experiment hypothetical with them which i told him which is when you are bringing your child home from the hospital your newborn infant before you walk out of the parking lot you must spin a wheel and wheel says eighteen on one side and eighty one on the other. That'll be the whatever lands on. That'll be the age that infant dies if it lands on eighteen you're devastated if it lands on eighty one you and your wife are going to have a second honeymoon right okay. That's the difference right idiot. That is the difference and but how about talking to eighty one year olds. I get lots of calls. Maybe one year old. Who were saying. I tell me. I can't see my grandkids this year. There may not be next year. I what do i do. And i said well. You assess your risk and decide how much you take. Maybe masks and outdoors. Whatever you do but you gotta think about this you know. How much risk do you want to take. And most of them are like have gone to thanksgiving right most of them. Yeah and it's like and the governor would be apoplectic to hear that the encountered on the way in that the legislators are i think are heading to maui. Yes yes yes they are. I heard that they're heading to having cancelled their maui. Trip cracks no maui trip cancellation for the california legislation. Yeah thought we weren't the to be fair. The governor went to a birthday party of french laundry with thirty people. And then what i loved about that was what's matter now thing you can look it up. Gary what i thought laundry was more like twelve twelve. People would you but My co host on fox. Show i do pushed him on that and he goes. Hey i apologized. The that's it's over. Apologize sin okay look people. Here's the deal he's telling you one thing and doing another the california. Legislators are telling you one thing and doing another now my whole thing with this. It's like i said it's right up there with ouchi saying You can't go to church and you can't go to synagogue and you can't go to the ball game but if you want to go out and protest in go out and protest okay. I hear you clearly now. I don't have to listen to what you say governor newsom. I heard your message then. I saw your actions. So then i shall then tear a page out of your playbook in california legislature. You don't want to travel fine. You're going to maui. So guess what i'm just gonna do. You can't sit there and smoke in front of your kids and tell them not to smoke. It's especially true for adolescents and children. Today what you wanna day and guess we're all the surges coming from right now. People white double double at least in. La county no. It's twice what it was before here up to about fifty that's primarily what we're doing here in southern california and that's because they're like hey. I'm not listening to those assholes. Josh thirty south carolina. Hi well. I am listening to you guys. All i'm hearing is that we're living in a technocratic tarantula time so how to how do we as a society i mean all right so the premise from my perspective is that we are under kind of an asymmetrical attack where our online social media platforms have been weaponized to where the idea of a pandemic has caused this mass hysteria group. Think where everybody's just handing over their their rights and and that's just kind of getting lost in the mix where people are operating from this status and fear it'd be fair. It's not just social media. It's the pro. The formal press the so-called presses very much a participant in that. But yes. I i agree with his contract right. Yeah okay yeah a weaponize a little hyperbolic man. i get what you're saying. They're they're suppressing certain thoughts and they're not suppressing other thoughts. Yes out side. well. I i mean. At what point do you just have to ignore what the state says and continue on of mid february one. Well adam what makes me very happy to hear that you're the one of the only dissenting voices and main to be fair. I'm not really even dissenting. I just do what i do when i do it. I've been driving through red turn. Arrows red lights and not washing my hands and doing nothing for for years and years and years i will assess the danger and then i will. I will act accordingly also. So the people go well. What about other people putting danger again. I've flown southwest. Ten times puts. Everyone puts a mask on. Then they hand you a bag of pretzels and everyone pulls the mass down to there and everyone's just puts her fingers into fucking mouth on a one hour flight on a one. Our right from salt lake city drew one hour. You can't not snack for one air. You can't carb load for one. It says ten thirty to eleven thirty flight like get up. Eat breakfast and get on the fucking flight. Yeah now they're handing out snacks so look it's not a science well if it is a science. No one's no one's executing people may be saying. I'm going to wear a mask but you wearing your mask around your chin sitting next to somebody sixteen inches from you. Who's eating sorry. I i also think the planes are one of the safer places you can be but the airport a little messed up generally get notes airport. The airport doesn't do anything and once again closing parks closing beaches. Fuck yo. I mean that. That's that's the whole thing for me. The the iran. Everything's on the beach. You can't drink a beer on the beach. i ca- i. I don't know what you guys are. I don't know what you want out of life. But if you want some fucking retard gavin newsom do adhere to every rule gavin. Newsom has than. I don't call that much of a life. If you live here in california so you know thanksgiving fuck it having a party. That's it. It's i don't know what else to say i'm not interested in it i notice i'm not defying anybody. He's defying me. Basically the way. I looked at as i'm not doing anything differently than i would have done anyway. And by the way. I don't drive fifty five. I have a fucking radar detector. And i drive eighty-five why why not. I have decided if i ever been in a car accident. No okay. I'm a good driver. I have a professional drivers license. The race car. Driving seventy two impala right. So i'm just gonna drive the speed i want. I want to drive. Okay well i mean you know online harvard entrepreneurship course right now and you know i'm thinking about innovation industry and it's so hard right now to think about innovation and industry starting anything any kind of business because at will the state can come in using science quote unquote to shut you down. And then what did you do. So you know i You know but beyond the the covid we're so divided right now. What do you think adam. We can do as a nation to come together to bridge this. Divide this horrific divide. That were all experiencing. I do is long as armagh. Mike on a little weird. I'll put you on hold as long as half the nation is gonna be down with Getting rid of school choice and black lives matter and three restrooms. You know transgenders competing against women like former man in track and field. We're not coming together. They're just not that you know the don't incarcerate anyone defend the police not coming together. Nobody's down with that. And if that side of the aisle wants to stay the course with that will then there be a divide now they just. They saw it in the last election all that super progressive shit america went down. We we like prison reform. We like some. Maybe maybe when maybe when reform of some of the police departments have start talking about defunding the police and opening the borders of country goes fuck that so there shall be divided as long as a group of people want that nobody. Nobody's coming around somebody but most people in this country more regulation more taxes and and you know get rid of you know no no kids get to go back to school. The two thousand and twenty one over most people aren't down with that are not going to happen. Yeah it's it's sort of a weird Tension between people that value freedom and people who sort of want control other people and tell them how to live. And what's weird to me. Is that used to be the right. That these the complaint about the right anyway right there. There's sort of two uptight and they're telling people how they ought to live now. The left is totally taken that job over and they're telling everybody how to live and speak. It's gotten right into your right into your consciousness now and there's only one remedy for that which is fuck. You and i'm not apologizing. Nobody should apologize. It would go away. All they want is for you to basically they just want you to bound front of them. That's all if you stop bowing to kind of move on. They don't have any weapons they don't really have anything other than your personal fear of being of ostracized pushed out. They have ostracism. And they have cancellations right. And do you know you know what the you know what. He was exactly analogous to scientology twentieth twenty five years ago. Big paper fucking tiger scared of turns out everyone who stands up and speaks out. There's nothing the can't do fucking thing but people are cowards drew. Let's not forget well. They're they're cowards. Cowards cure where's your fucking personal dignity people so what you know what i mean like. Oh this isn't popular. And this is gonna lose friends. So woody here for fucking you gotta lick your finger and stick in the air. Every time someone asks you a question how. 'bout you give your fucking opinion. People are disappointed drew. they really are. And i'm some sort of weirdo outlier. Just because i have opinions. And i stick with them. Why is that bazaar because everyone else is afraid right. But does anyone asked me to apologize. Yes now none of the doctors they asked you. Don't you want to watch now. They when apologize let me explain it or whatever but he didn't ask matt. I'm looking at me and asked me to. Have you ever apologize. yeah at the end. I said policies that my daughter. I don't apologize for telling jokes. And it's like well what people are funded. We'll tell them to get their shit together. Why are you offended the last time you've been offended. Drew i i. 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Ads see site for details so here. Here's hang. I got a tweet idea for you go ahead. Yeah i realized how much twitter's fucked up everyone. Yes because twitter has created a perpetual ongoing full-time high school popularity contests and nobody wants to be truthful or speak their mind with twitter because it's this constant it has no beginning it. Has you know when i though it's a mob. It's literally monk. What do you think a highschool popularity contest. It's like you get in there and you get in there and and and say to the high school students. I think we should short lunch by ten minutes and shortened. Pe by ten minutes and add ten minutes onto you'd be destroyed. I mean in high school. Yep well it's perpetual. Yeah that's what it is. That's why you have to apologize. That's not your colossal mob when it gets going it's just out of control as wild. It's like a city square during the french revolution right. Bellsa don't look at what was your. What was your this is from. Chad miller at vigour. Oh life vigor of life through. I really like would you have to say but on the adamu show. You need more balls. Adam runs all over you and your opinion seems to have no wait and i was thinking as you were yelling at me a minute ago. That tweet might might be appropriate to to this. But i think he's talking about whenever we talk about race. That's when you really start talking to me and and to be fair. I get quiet. Because i get careful. I don't wanna say. I don't want it. You're scared i'm scared but it but it's also i want to be accurate. Well now here's the problem. Everyone takes anything on race. They grab it. They put it through there. You're it's easy to say therefore therefore tease it out. Therefore it's easy to say something problematic. So that's where i get like okay. I'm trying to listen carefully. And think about what i want to say. And that looks like i'm frozen solid then. Fear fear is what initiates your hesitation right right because dennis prager said the n. Word is the only word you can't say on the radio there anywhere right and he said you know you can say kaik and you can see chink. You can say everything but the n. Word and he's basically saying why singled out why and an also when you say this person said that you're not saying the n. word. You're kind of quoting the person right. You know what i'm saying. So he was doing that. And then there's a big headline. It was like prager laments. The fact that he can't use the n. Word whatever so of course anyone listening is going to take that shit in gonna try by the way if anyone does that. Put a fucking pistol in your mouth in. Put yourself out of your misery and more importantly your family because they have to live with you and neighbors and society like are you fucking high. Who are these people. Highs week i dennis prager thinks it's idiotic that you cannot say the n. Word blames discussing left. Yeah but that's not the It is because it's just another bad word that in a in a sea of bad words but yet again kaik is on the table so either way but wasn't the headline. i was looking for care. But either way the people that do the tattle tailing especially the man. I'm so fucking disgusted by those people have no. let's see conservative. radio host. Dennis prager complains. The left has made it impossible to say the n word true. Still not the one where. He's lamented fact that he can't use the either way people they're going to do it. Anyway is what i'm saying to gonna take whatever you said and turn it into something. Here's the point you gotta off the grid. You have to get off the grid lamenting can't say negro or colored yes. Dennis prager gets roasted for lamenting wasn't lamenting. He was explained. Like like if you do in articles now when they do black they do black and capital the capital being now. It's just one more way to separate a group even further from the separation. That's already occurred in the last decade or so good good for you guys shirt all gonna turn out great well there. It goes drew everybody. I speak our mom. All i really do. Think we have to return with the unique history behalf. And that's what this is all about. All all and i really believe we have not and how we're going to do so. I have a dialogue separate. Yeah all right there you go. Drew drew prove the twitter point in the middle of talking about that guys tweet point yes the you roll over me. No matter what i try to say. Now you're like you have some. You have some standing in society. Some i are you. I don't so you know you have to parse your words a little daily. Listen i i feel strongly that we have a history that we need to come to terms with one way or another. We've not done it and we're not doing it now for matt. Write that down. Drew says we have a history and we have to come to terms with it but write it down right so anything. I say you're gonna shit and now of course. Does anyone deny the history. Well when you start saying we're treating this one thing separate. Yeah because it they very unique senor history that we have to figure out right. We're sort of not doing it i. I don't think we're getting any better. I really don't. I would agree with you on that. Jews have now history now with this country so much not like that some there. Yeah we've had some issues but now like that all right. What about japanese data moment And you say that was nothing more next talk to george decay remind man bring that up all right your guy and by the way. They're made california's decided to do that. With the entire citizenship for california lock them in internment right. That's what we've got home in term is that we have. I don't know what. I don't know what the other sheep. I'm not doing anything. 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I'm nervous a little bit calling in but i love you guys So i went to the trump march on saturday. Here in dc and Since i went by myself. I decided to take my dog with me and You know everybody wants to pet him. And i have to say so. Many people offered him water when they were all men that whoa what's going on in virginia. What was the temperature outside You know it was not high. Sixty five hold on drew. Our worlds are colliding. These guys lawrence twenty-seven sounds cute. No guys had restless cocco yes. They didn't have feminine. Canine hydration disorder. Ed restless cox. And that's what brought them to you in your dog. This is why you must have diagnostic specificity. In every assessment you have to be able to distinguish between f c hd in our see. That's right they can overlap sometimes as a certain amount of overlap. Gary please be respectful. Of course. I mean. I don't want them to give to laura our in lawrence are. I don't think i'm not ugly. We're gonna count that as kid and again. what did you say. The temp was outside. Five five and sunny you know but people as our guys these guys hitting on all. I don't think so. They were with their wives or and they were all very polite. Swinger now and i thought it was weird. Weird with demographics. Because you know these are all like you know maggie trump supporters like. They were pretty polite and were pretty like masculine people. But but hold on to. Maybe we should play the psa for our cs but is not treated by a monogamous relationship. People get confused about that didn't it. Reduces the symptoms oftentimes but the symptoms emerge even in a in in loving monogamous relationship. Some guys often self medicaid. Well yes of course. They have to otherwise who knows what might happen. I wait wait wait wait. The thing that kills me. Lauren is that people can't stand to see a dog. Pant which is weird handing does not necessarily mean thirst for the animal It's just how they dissipate heat when they're walking around. They're very comfortable when they're panting but people flip out when dog panting and i think that's what you were dealing with. I mean i will say. I brought him while i brought water for him. I didn't bring water for myself. I bought it for him so she now obviously at sea hd does exist subclinical. You have a little subclinical. Fc hd two right shimon her with her and water water water hydrate hydrate news a little subclinical debris do should we play. The public service. Announcement is an aerial. Gary will dig up and Let's say let's talk ahead online dating kim over here kim forty-nine california hi. Hi how are you got good. What happened longtime no now. First time long time maybe. Second time caller. What's the fuss. Tell me what's the fuss okay. I'm calling you guys because I've had an incredible Difficult time getting past something that happened to me. Green and a half years ago Met a guy online online dating and we met up and seemingly It's like we were like really connecting this and that this is the hard part for me. I don't know how to verbalize all this. 'cause it's like i'm trying to stuff too much in at once. If you get what. I'm saying so okay. Long story short I i found out who about his past about two months into knowing him. And what i found out was pretty back. 'cause he was withholding things went and told me his last name so i was obviously ignoring red flags and yeah all right so this is this is bad but it's been three and a half years so for you a luck. There's so much to it. But i don't want to drill down to deep what i what i'm saying. Is this in one's life. When one has a break-up or betrayal or online or whatever it is there's the impact of the actual event that relationship the divorce the betrayal. Whatever it is is that then there is. How are you doing in all the other facets of your life so it's basically because it's been three and a half years there you should. Ptsd at that point. But what i'm saying is is usually analogy of like when the hiker falls off the cliff and it's like the doctors if he wasn't a world class athlete he'd be dead. You know if your body is built up if your world is strong enough sugar to break some bones on the way down that hill but it's not gonna kill you. I get using my powers distinct. Feeling that she'd been raped prior to this as correct You're the person. I was waiting to draw the questions out of me I am. I went into online dating. I was It took care of my my parents. They both passed away within a year of each other. We're trying to speed this up to not know So basically i had not had much of a life up to that point so therefore i hadn't really put myself out there dating. I suffered from body image issues. I was molested she she said one syllable and i said yes to all right so chem trauma treatment trauma treatment here rama treatment. It's not worth getting all the nuts and the balls just trauma treatment because this is ptsd right right you had the sexual abuse you had the horrible isolation and the abandoned the death and the grief and then the betrayal by this guy and the scariness of all that. That's all complex. Ptsd and it has a treatment be treated. please get treated. don't sit and wallow in this. don't worry about this guy. that's not the problem. The problem is what your body is doing in response to all this. Because as adam said you were not a world class athlete to begin with. You've already been traumatized. So sets up the ptsd trauma informed care. Please go get please please please me december twelfth burbank. Flappers drive in doing a parking lot. Show a car. Show their january fifteenth and sixteenth. Naples florida off the hook comedy club. 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