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The Challenge: True Lies

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The Challenge: True Lies

"Hey i'm leah. And i'm ali and we're sisters who watch trash tv together and this is spill cistern low. Everyone welcome back to spill sir. Podcast you are here. With leah and allie. We're in person together. This is so crazy and looking at each other in the eyes. Irl it's so weird. We usually record from our houses and tonight. We have a family wedding going on this weekend so we had to like. Change up our recording schedule. Which is great for you guys. 'cause you get an early episode because we've got to record in person. Oftentimes we have to do this more often. Yes super fun and we got a superfund episode tonight to the challenge and It was just such an emotional roller coaster. I feel it really was. I feel like i haven't bullied. I guessed it yet because we just came off the light glide episode. Yeah we really weren't that far behind. No we literally just like watched it live together and then hopped upstairs and started recording so usually we have some time to like think about our thoughts and emotions and you know just figure what the heck yeah and we get ceiling. What's happening on the internet. A little bit before which only seen a couple of things. So it's definitely crazy. Like i'm like. How am i going to digest all my emotions but we can talk about lolo first so we can saddle ya. Lolo is really like the queen of the salt drain out here is can tissue. We give her a tequila shot to help with all the salt and her mouth. I mean something. Something's gotta rinse that out. You think if you hate it a show that much you would not continue to talk about it the way that she is but she cannot handle that people have had success on this show and they were olympic athletes right and she did not. She had an epic fail and was basically forced to leave. Yeah and now. Basically the whole challenge cast past present are coming after her because she came after the blame. I love it. I love to see like everybody come together for common enemy. Which if y'all don't know what happened. I mean basically. She said that nobody ever has done anything with their lives. After being on the challenge they're all losers after aiding challenge. That's basically what she said like. Y'all just go on and make the you know challenge your career and then nothing happens after that you just go on and live your lives. You can't compare yourself to. Jj watt or lebron. James or you know lolo jones. Well it is like if you thought so low of this show and you thought it was just like such a loser reaping liquidity. Go on exactly exactly and so. There's been some really good Responses trust shell which. I don't really loved her shell. I've never really liked her. She's a fun person to hate. Yeah but i don't like the despise her She said that she was at a crawfish. Boil in louisiana. And i guess what's lolo lives. I had no idea because i don't keep up with her whatsoever either so that was really pissed off homeless. You live in the south and you're acting like this like get off that shit to be rude like that when you live in the south and she said so tra shells like i was at a crawfish boil and louisiana and somebody said that you know she lived like right down the road and if i had known her address i would have showed up to her house and told her what i thought instead of sending in a tweet. But i didn't have it. And i don't know her number so this is twenty twenty one. You get it in a tweet grassi. You i love it. Yeah i mean she's just like being the big the most loser you person ever inch. She's obviously so salty. And i really hope that like they never bring her back. Oh i don't know. I don't think that's going to happen. Also i feel bad for him because he was her partner and so he's kind of tied to her In this moment and challenged history so he needs to come back to redeem himself. You know so like we don't think about him with low. Yeah i mean to me. I always just think like justice for non like he has served better you know is is how i always kind of think about. I don't think about him like. Because i mean it's not like they had a great relationship. Yeah no did it. There's another one Mark long who you know is a major challenge. Og he said. I suggest you take a peek at my resume. Lolo hashtag no shade and like linked to youtube video. I love it. What a stupid thing to say. She asked so annoying. Well you know keeps us entertained. Does anything else Before we get into the episode no we can get into true lies true lies. Ooh it was a shady episode. It was it was so stressful. And we're just at the point. Where i like pretty much everyone. Who's there but fethi right. I'm rooting for so many of them. And i'm just. I feel like everyone's on such shaky ground and anything could happen and it makes me so nervous. I could take early her be like. I'm not a huge fan of hers. Yeah that's true very medium on her. Yeah but i think everyone else. I like would be happy to see when after this episode not so much on casey hut. You know we'll get there so disappointing. Okay well to recap kind of what happened. Last week we had amber be who just beat big t she Decided in the dumbest move of the century to seal fussy And so now she's fussy and then noni made the decision to pick kyle and basically give. Ct a free ride. Yes which is very much. What happened this episode. Oh yeah it's totally what happened. We got confirmation this episode that that's exactly how it played out and you know the people who've been doing it for while we're smart enough to see that coming. Yeah and you see noni just like giving kyle shit and being like i just would never wanna be with anyone but you ago love you so much and like cam comes in and gives them share and it is like they do such a love hate relationship. Yeah kyle sums it up perfectly. They were like an old divorce couple. I love that for them like they have this love for each other but like they don't want to be together right they can't be too far apart. Yeah it's great. It's such a toxic relationship that we love to see. It is for sure We also have amber fast like talking shit to corey and being like you know. We're gonna win the data and they're like you know fussy inquiry. Of course we're like. I just really don't wanna go up against you do like. I just really don't wish like now looking back now that i'm just now digesting the episode like we said corey like really was in good with everyone this episode and really all season. Yeah think about it. Who did he have issues with at all this season. Nobody nobody nobody and he like made. Everyone think he was working with them. Yeah he has upgraded his social game. I will give it to him. He's really become a great player. And i think he's underrated this season. Like i don't think a lot of people are recognizing that i agree. And i feel like it's because he always says i'm doing it for my family. I'm doing it for my family. Okay corey i roll it exactly and then we get the sweetest seen ever of kaman leroy roy in the hot tub. I know i mean mom and dad like i just love them so much and leroy drop drops the bomb that nobody in the house knows that this is his last season. I could have sworn he. I've heard him talking to people about it. It's just been confessionals but so crazy. I know it's crazy. How they make us think that. Like i just thought everybody knew it was public knowledge. And then he's like no only cam knows in the hot tub together talking about our life. Do you think that like if he would have told people that they would've been better towards him. Like people would have really like done. Like helped him out. Yes i guess i do. And i think that's why he didn't he didn't want it. That way linking pity votes. No like you're gonna treat me just like any other challenger so noble so pure and i think it's because so bananas got so much shit last season everybody has said like oh. His win was scripted Because they made such a big deal about being his twentieth season. Yeah that was probably like i. Don't i mean that's how i would. I don't want that. Because if i win and people are gonna say like oh they just did it for the for the. Write up of it all. It was so heavily produced. We can't even trust the show anymore. Oh leroy you're just so precious was so sweet and they're like moving in together and you know they've made it this far and they're just so happy and everything's going well for them which just made me so nervous i know me too. It's like Oh the other shoe is about to drop and kansas all. Be your date to the final. Can't they had the sweet eighties romance music going in the background. I just like i had this love for jordan in tori to maybe not this. No no it wasn't at this level. Oh it was more. Just like i liked tori and i was happy. She was happy right because tori still had her moments of being like. Oh my god. I can't control jordan's game. And yes and he would like pop off it. Yeah be crazy. Yeah like you can't control. He can't change him so leroy in cam. I feel like their personality and their energy level are both very well-balanced lia for sure So yes that was precious and then we get right to five thirty. A m tj coming in and waking everyone up wake up call and like just seeing. Everyone's morning facing in confusion and noni was just like a hundred percent me like wrapped in her blanket. Why are we doing. Are we guess seventy. Did you even see tj like digital. Like see him. Are we hearing his voice. Corey's pissy like tonge no oh got it was so funny and he pulls them all into the kitchen and says that he needs to take one of the partners out of the partnership and i immediately knew i told you. Somebody's getting buried. Yeah like somebody has to get hidden away. Yeah for sure. And i mean i don't know my initial thought was like i would go with tj. Because that would just to me be like the easier thing. Yeah me too And it was just interesting seeing everyone's reactions of screw my partner. This is what we're doing or like let's talk about this or whatever and of fest. He's like i'm going lake in doesn't even have a discussion for a half a second and i feel like fetchy kind of led the charge for the guys because he said i'm not going to leave my fate in anybody else's hands Like all the guys were like. Okay well i guess we'll just all go yeah. I don't know what it's going to be which is stupid though stupid. I have never seen. Tj pull them and then the people that go with tj. Have the hard job. I've never seen it. But i will say like had it been like a real burying thing like you're in a box like underground debris through like i would rather be out running doing five miles. Yeah oh then being buried. Oh my gosh just like take a nap. No my gosh no. I would be panicking. I don't think i would be Just meditate for a while. Take a nap. Stretch it out. I think i would be okay. Oh my god no. I will run. I will do all the math oleg. Eat whatever you need to eat. Don't bury me. I i would have done. I would not like i'm going by never So yeah that's that's what ends up happening. All the guys go in the ambulance pissed. Bt's like i get to chill at the house. Treat my coffee so unbothered. I mean it's just not fair. I do not like the way they set up these this season with the rogue agents. It's just ridiculous. Yeah they do need to figure out something else to include them more. Because if you're a rogue agent more than once like corey was you do kind of get to skate by right like it's pointless you have anything you have the uncertainty of like will i not get a re- a gold school will the screw me over but really you don't have to do any of the scary shit. You know what they should have done. They should have made it to where the rogue agent can go into. Elimination like they can be the house. Vote or the double agents could vote for that person like if they wanted to. Yeah like they had a card or something that they could use. Yeah yeah like. They should have been an option for elimination. 'cause i agree. The rogue agent was to safe. Yeah you know yeah. It was almost like you wanted to be the t. agent at the end. Yeah and i think that was probably the case in a lot of the episodes which it 'cause yeah they were probably trying to make us think that it wasn't as good of a thing but i figured it out. We're not figured it out. An cam makes leroy a sandwich. His little his field trip. That was so cute and she's doomed to cut the crusts off no wig. And she's like i can't go. My hair is not proper this. But i will make you a sandwich so q i can't. They're just two precious. They really were playing up their relationship. This episode which was very scary. Very nerve wracking. So then the challenge activated and all the girls and see tif. Let's go see what this is about today. Young cameras like you. She's like we're going to have to do like. Gary know what's about to happen. And they we find out that they don't necessarily have to dig. They are five hundred feet below. The surface in a frozen volcano. Yeah who knew there. Such a thing. I didn't i mean it's cold a shit here so everything is frozen. I wonder if they had is on them or they just had to be cold down there. They didn't look old. I mean you couldn't see their breath or anything. Yeah they were pretty bundled up. They looked very comfortable early on. I would have gone a whole suitcase. And chill in the frozen volcano. I'd be asking questions like what's this rock in. How long has it been here. Just make it educational was just like a little field trip for the boy. It was so ridiculous so the way. The tj describes it. We were a little confused. Because he says you're going to run five miles and then you're going to get to a checkpoint and so i thought like you're running five miles and then you go to the first checkpoint and then you have to run more but in reality i think the whole thing. Total was five miles. It was like right two and a half to get to the volcano into half bagri. It was nobody was even that winded like nobody was having to stop like good on them because two and a half miles in high altitude weather. High altitude snow rock. They look like a breeze. Yeah there's no. It was five miles total. It had to have been And yeah so they get to the first checkpoint the ladies and it's math and we had a lot of discussion of office is we're watching. We're watching with my husband to and he's like a math wizard and like you're very smart and i'm just not good at math at all. So i'm like but what's crazy. This looks hard like what should be good at math. I really did it. I used to be horrible mouth. Always been my worst subject. I did not get good at math until i started home. Schooling my kids. Yeah how crazy is that well because it's like fresh in your mind. He's and for me like i never. I never do a lick of math on my own in my job. I use my calculator on my computer. My calculator on my phone. And or most of the time i use excel to calculate everything for bright. There's an excel formula for everything. So i just never have to use that amber. Beat us too. I really had this moment. Where i didn't even remember like my gut. Reaction was not the setup of the three digit number on top with the one digit on bottom. And then you go one time in like in my head i was like oh so i guess you'd have to figure out like what that number times two is and then get that indu times to again and then that would get you to four like i. It was like crazy. And then i was like wait that stupid. I was like no. There's that other way to do it right but like i haven't had to do math on a piece of paper in so long. Oh my gosh so interesting. Because yeah i instantly you just line it up you put your talk your large number on top and then you put your bottom. You're seventy seven but yeah whatever you're one. Digit number is at the bottom. And then you work your way across and then as you get those numbers. You're putting them into your code. Yeah now there was an interesting point brought up whenever we were watching. This is that she could have been putting the numbers in backwards into the key code or into the lock which is possible. I can see how you would mix that up yeah. I don't understand why she didn't use the snow. Like grab a rock and do it in the snow and draw out. I truly think she was like me but she never got to the point of figuring out the way to set it up like i think she was probably trying to really do it all in her head and then she would lose her train of thought and then she was the more time goes on more and more and more you just freak out and then you can't rank and so she. I'm glad that i saw this before. We recorded because we would have given her a lot of shit. And then i would have thought about. Afterwards arab came out and said during the episode that she has a form of number dislexia. So it's very hard for her to like compute numbers and you know basically in her mind she sees them kind. Of all jumbled up and they don't sit straight like like i saw it you know and even like you saw. They are kind of just all floating around and the So i'm not going to give her too much ship for that. I really do just want to know why she didn't write it in the snow it. She was writing it on the table. I know in some like the snow. Like it's just so much easier. Yeah you know because you can write a bigger you can see it clear you can carry better. It was raining. It could have gotten a raced away. I don't know she knew the carey really. Don't okay let's talk shit reviews for this so ambi ugly you can reach out. I can give you lessons. I can tutor you the same way. I do my ten year old. Okay oh lord anyway as we basically have cam all the way getting down to her partner and everyone does all three of them get down to their partners in one by one. They're all telling us. Nope amber still back there. She's still there. I don't think she's come in him so much shit and he deserved it. I really though like. I really just wanted them to leave him down there just for like a while ago like know feed him or whatever i am. Yeah he's probably fine but like let it get dark like let him freak out a little bit. You wanna get leaky. Needs to be humbled yes. I totally agree with that. I loved that noni was in second place. I thought for sure it was going to go cam. Casey non. Even naughty through flew through those checkpoints. Yanni did a really good job. I was very proud of her. Casey is not good at math. Either so i feel like like i was saying i would be on casey's level of like yeah bad you know like really bad But like eventually i would figure it out. I guess you know but yes she. That's what really tripped her up. Because that had just been physical she would have been in cam was super smack. He was probably in the math club or something at school. That's yeah she's really good at math. I mean remember during the torture chamber thing leroy was like babe your what is it and then she would screaming at him and you go. Shut up yes. She's great with numbers. So yeah the all come out in honestly like it was all pretty neck and neck from anyone. It seemed like but cam inquiry get to the final checkpoint. I and they're able to just solve their puzzle really quickly. Yeah they had a tangerine puzzle that yup a classic tangerine. Your husband called it an anagram. Which i got a kick out of what an anagram of something. What is that. It's not a tanta graham puzzle. it's not a tanna graham. I didn't even hear him say that. An anagram is something. That's going to bother me now. In english anyways so like language arts is what i mean when i say english. Yeah i hear what you're saying. I'm picking up what you put down. We're currently googling anagram to figure out what it is because now we're not going to be able to drop it maybe it is nothing there's any ground voucher thinking. Maybe that's the quiz where i'm an t p or is that where you're like doing one. Yeah that's what the i think. I'm a to wing three or three wing to. I'm one of those what are you. I'm a nine wing one. Our very different mine is like the overachiever. Slash yes caretaker. What's anagram an anagram. Is a word or a phrase formed by rearranging the letters of a different word or phrase. Okay so it's just so like if you had the word fried and then you like scrambled to fired like you're using the back. Same letters to switch it around and make a new word. I like that. Why don't they do like word scramble. Puzzles to are fun. Going through in like watching all the old seasons now. I can't remember what season it is but they had like you know where you have Like pictures of things in. It's like an ax. Plus this plus that ijaz word or like those are fun Different saying you've got to figure it out. They had that as a part of. That's so fun. Like i love stuff like that. You know yeah crater. But it was a different version and people didn't get to watch. That would be really cool. Owned the niagara. That's called when you go into exile do that. It'd be a part of a race. i love that. Maybe they'll bring it back. Maybe we'll see it on. Oh jeez are all stars who yes. So yeah they get to the end cam in. Gory have one. And i'm like dang they're they're not showing vesey like where's vesey. He's still not there and then they just come over the hill like your like tail between their legs. Just walking slowly. It was so funny we take part of me. Wishes like amber would have just been like. Actually i did it on purpose. I just wanted to leave his ass down there and screw him over. I would have respected that. He's been amazing. How nice of you to join us. Which you know religious chat thaci's ass. He was really pissed. Then would have been great. Because it's like ya'll like honestly. I would have gone like i would have been the one down there. But you didn't even give me the chance to have a discussion about it and you just made the decision for me so guess what. I made the decision for you that you were going to stay down there like dowd been bad asking. Meanwhile in the back of her head she could be like william just terrible at math. Yeah she's probably feeling horrible about herself because she knows that she has this condition that she's probably always struggled with. Its made her insecure her whole life. And yeah bessie just is going in on like oh this whole time. I've been held back because partners in pour me. What is that. What are you talking about like every time you one and you had the opportunity to go in like you chose not to go into like. That wasn't was holding you back. And what when you really get down to it. All of his partners when they moved on to a different partner they did fine so it wasn't the partner. It was your poor communication like the shittiest partner in the history. but then it's also like amber. Why did you pick him like it was no secret. Yeah that he was a shady partner line. He said he was interesting. Partner isa said he was a shitty partner. So what made you think that he was going to be a better partner to you like why did you choose him. I think she was just trying to protect herself and keep herself out of the crater. But this is what her rookie shows. You know what i mean. It's like you have to calculate that out. Really how many more craters could there be right. So yes so. Then they get back to the house and this is the first time corey has won this whole season that blows my mind me too. I did not realize that every time we get to this point and the season it feels so long. We've been watching this for so long and not in a bad way. Not like love after lockup bad way but i'm like oh my gosh. He hasn't won one time. Like i feel like this has been going on forever and we've had a million challenges and not one win. Your i was. I was like okay. But then when he said it. I'm like john. He hasn't yet because he was wrong. Half the freaking season i know. He honestly played at the smartest out of anyone. He didn't have to do anything. I don't think he tried either. I don't think that was his game plan. But it worked is sure did. And then we see fussy talking to kyle and casey and they kind of start to build a narrative of like casey's in a tough spot because poor casey pork as you got figure out who she going to put in either vesey who she's been quote unquote working with this whole season or leroy. Who's her partner. Who's been an amazing partner whole season which to me. It's very obvious me to go. Go with leroy like yeah. This has been going great. Like why mess up about. Why mess up a good thing. Yeah and you know that fussy does not have a good track record with his partners right. You see how he is. Is this really. Somebody want to run a final with as your partner. I think it's gonna come back to bite her in the ass. I really hope it does Get club penguin and we like immediately. See leroy campaigning to casey. And he's like. I know you're in a tough spot but like please i'm just asking for your vote. I thought he was going to tell her here. Like this is my last season. I don't want it to be public knowledge but this would really mean a lot to me. This would have been the time to pull the card and they've just talked about how what great partners they are. This whole time and come on can get a highlight reel of leroy in casey a montage of and also casey just really feel bad. That would have made my day. It just goes to show you like. That's why casey made it so far and big brother like she has the ability to be heartless. Yeah you know. And we forget that because she comes office sweet and like kind meek and mild like she impulse him like sketchy shit but she does it like on the low you know and we. She hasn't really been in this position before she wasn't in this position. Law season either. She yeah like they kind of tried to act like last week she was going to be with ambi because like she was working with big brother but it was like nobody really cared. Because it's like whatever it's amber be but now leroy and it's like oh yeah. After she has a conversation with leroy she goes over to talk to fussy. And she's like okay. I'm in a tough spot. This is what's happening. I really thought she was until festival to get fucked. I thought she was saying. I'm sorry i cannot turn my back on my partner. I hope so. And that's not what she did she was like. You're going to have to go down there. You have to earn it in steel me and will run the final together you bench. That was crazy to watch. I was like what the hell which. I do think like regardless of her saying that to him. It's what would have happened. Like she's been the best partner her and cam have been the best part yours to have and obviously facetious just like comfortable with her so he like he would have stolen her anyways but the fact that she went out of her way to go how that conversation with him like bullet stings. Yeah it stings. You see roy like watching from a distance like cam. They just know what's happening. I'll give it to cam though. Because she didn't lose her shit. She says for blood was boiling. But she didn't go off on anybody. She really did. Hold her composure. Which good for her. Because i don't know that. I would have been able to play it that way very mature. Yes your job cam. Then we get like my favorite my favorite Scene of i think this season possibly good one of all the girls just like tearing into vesey and calling him out on his shit. You have leroy cutting. Ct's hair in the background and just being like go baby. Go get him But it landed nowhere with fussy. No he has. He does not have the ability to see any thing that he's ever done wrong like he just he can't cam goes off on him and he's like she says basically what we've been saying you don't want to run with amber be you. Don't want any of these partners like you're too good for everybody. But you're not one in that final. Unless you are running with me or casey your end so go in there and do something about it. Like joe anybody who's bitched about partners and it's mainly the guys go do something about it. But you don't ever want to go in and in noni goes in on him to and you're gonna you're such a bad ass lakers better than c. t. and like seizures older whatever. But like you can't even go and improve yourself. Yeah in the elimination and it's so true and it's so old school challenge. You know like i just love that. They had this moment and like called his ass out. It was like whatever they're just scared. Yeah that's what it is their role scared for leroy. Everyone's so scared And everyone kind of knows that like casey's going to be stolen you know that's what's gonna happen. Whoever wins and then amber like it which we saw amber crying like so much. This episode really did and she was on A nissan tories podcast last week. And she liked cried on the pod. Podcast like and she said it. She's like i'm a very emotional person. Like i just cry a lot. And i never really noticed that about her until she said on the podcast and she was being emotion on the and then like seeing her this episode of like. Oh she is very emotional. I never noticed i. I'm trying to think of a time. We've seen her cry. Before i don't i don't really think we have. We've just seen her angry like the brush it off. yeah so i mean. Maybe i don't know if i'm just noticing it or b right. What but those like amber. She's a little gentle soul right. Yeah she's so sweet and delicate and she's so skinny. Oh my gosh johnny. Not the great the greatest partner to have this with vesey. If you're a sensitive person right yes exactly. She should thought this through. Yeah so then. We see corey just like laying on the finesse finesse. Yeah so well. He's finessing the esi i like it. I like it too. I just love seeing corey like being corey and just being so like he should. He needs to be a salesman like he really does of something like he. He has just has ability to convince anyone of any think he did it with big t remember he was like. I don't want to be the house. Vote no way no way and then corey convinced her. Put his big brother like that's what i want. What that would be good. It would be really good. I think he would you well there. Maybe we can do like a big brother like challenge season. I would love that. That would be the tree. I really wanna see some challenge members on big brother just for the live feeds. That's all. I want it for our the life the end 'cause they talked to him at shit about big brother that it's like okay. Now go do what they did and see how you handle it. Yeah you know. I would be so great so then we have. Ct leroy and nani on their their scheming. You know they are. They're doing some scheming love to see it and they're coming up with this plan to keep leroy safe. Yeah because they don't think fussy is gonna do it. They're like festive. Not soften right gonna screw us. We need one more person to vote with us. We can get. Kyle's vote if we have cam throw in corey And i was really living for this plan. Even though i didn't want to go home the shadiness of it. I really liked. I was here for it. Added to one of those things. If you can pull it off like a core thing earlier legendary move. It is a legendary move. Cam says cory inquiry disagrees. Heater is not going to be about that. And then they'll have to go in right and i mean the whole time. I was assuming that cam was in on this planned. Because cam right played a huge part in it where she was going to be the one who had to stand up at the crater and say i'm throwing myself in. I mean she basically has to be judas in this is a betray. Betray her partner like come to find out. She didn't even know was like kyle bought in. Kyle's like okay. Okay maybe now we should tell cam like what what on earth like. Leroy if you're going to get married at some like you need to learn like you have to get the mrs by in before you make life decisions like it's never going to go well for you bring it up to her and maybe you know. Get it to be her idea. So she's a little bit more baden right and then you can be like. Yeah and then add this out this but you can't just like build the whole plan and then give it to her to deliver. That's not fair. And she's hits like she's like i guess can only kyle's hand roy has put me into this corner where now have to and she's just like not on board with this at all and i think it could have happened. Yeah if like she had if her by was there in the beginning but it wasn't and so it all ends up crippling and it crumbles really hard once we get to To see who got voted in. Yeah into the secret chamber also before we get. We have to discuss the letter. Yes fussy has a letter. It is written on school paper wide ruled front and back and i could see his handwriting and it is just as bad as what we saw earlier attorney season when he wrote gabby note. I don't know why he wrote. Put it on an index card. Why did you write this out. It was literally like you have like a fifth grade class in. You're like okay. Everyone i need you to write about your feelings. Arou- your classmates and what you liked most about this year and what you learned from this year you know it was. He was given a prompt or something. I don't know how. I have very much enjoyed getting to know each and every one of you think if it and he's like i look up to everybody here. I want to be you when i grow. Okay fuzzy if anyone was considering letting him be like. You're your man of honor your best man knicks right now. Just go ahead and cancel. 'cause that's i would never want him doing a speech anywhere. That would be horrible. He's not going to go to any of the award shows to be a presenter. I'll tell you now. Gosh such a mess. They're all just sitting there like looking around like this is so uncomfortable and at the end of it. The whole point is he's wants to be the house vote so it's like you could have just said that exactly. Nobody would've fought him. Nobody was like oh no. You can't be the house. Vote leroy's like are you kidding. Awesome saves my ass. I preferred leroy version of the letter. More so essy's what if s he could have just said. I'm better than everybody else. I hate my partner. She's not good enough. I'm trying to get to the final to get to the end so please vote me in. And that's the thing is like that's the truth of the situation so like stop getting to look to every wounded view like you're so full of shit shut up he's like. i know. I may seem arrogant at times. So all the time at time i was so ready for that to turn into a new i seem arrogant and standoff ish but i'm just shy like i was so ready. He's already said that shit a million time he says but i'm a competitor. You know what. I want to see that letter because i wanna see if was spelled right competitor. Definitely like with three ts or something. Yeah because there's only two right who could have been having. Oh five. I was thinking i should like. We'll there are three. I'm like no. There's not oh good so yeah obviously. Amber unfussy give voted in. It's a landslide. This probably the first time this season that everyone voted the same way. Yeah i think so this. They said it like everybody. Put him in He slept the house. Cam are very proud of themselves And i think this is where we see cam. Make the switch in her mind because we did see it. Cory cory realized what he was do. I don't think he did. Do you think he had a sniff of what was going on. I honestly don't. I honestly think that he was being genuine here. And just saying like this is what i did like. I had this conversation with fussy. And you know. I have fought so hard for roy and i think that because he did it for an isa you know like we saw him try to go up to bat for an isa even whenever there was no way it was going to happen. Nobody was gonna throw noni in. Corey was still there like how i mean. How could we do it like you. Tell me how to get the votes and we can do it. Yeah that's true. So i really do think that this was just a the cards felon the right direction for him. Yeah he and it is true sometimes just being genuine and being a good friend in a good person can work out for you sometimes gets thrown back in your face and i i mean cam is also a very genuine person too so she is and you could see her squirming like. She's a horrible liar. That would be me too. I'll get me the fuck out of this. I'm gonna panic attack. Like stop being nice to me. When i'm supposed to screw you over all out her skin she was just like the look on her face and the way she's positioning herself i am. I am no cam shoulders. Were in my ears like from this until can finally said what she said. I was like so stress to me. This like i just cannot handle like doing something bad like to a nice person like that's just the hardest thing in the world even if it is for your personal benefit or if it's for the benefit of someone else like to just hurt someone like that would be so hard. I mean. somebody was getting screwed over. So she had to think like what's the lesser of two evils. Who can i live with. Screwing over. And i don't think she could live with screwing corey over. Yeah and that's the thing is like she know ultimately she obscuring kyle over and was like. i said. i'm like kyle's a snake. Kyle would do this to someone else. You know so i don. Kyle's a little bit easier to screw over. Because it's like you know he would do the same shit you know. Yeah i guess he just really hasn't been put in the situation too often for us to see him do it you know. So that's why. I'm like what he or does he just play big and bad than he wouldn't do it. I think he would well. That's what we're going to go with so we don't feel horrible exactly. I'm going back and watching old season. So i'll make sure to take note of him. Doing something really sneaky. I'm giving what he did. Like mainly to paulie which that economy desert you know neutral there exactly Yeah so they get down into the crater. It is a hall folks And it's like no one wants to go up against vesey in a hall roll. Hell no so. And i think too that might have been another swing factor for her ugly of like i am not putting quarried down to get injured by vesey. Yeah and leah called it. She was like kyle is gonna get a broken bone. Yeah as soon as they lined up. I was like he's going to break something. I thought it was going to be like a collarbone or like a rib or something. And i was added on top. I was very nervous. And like they showed like the little screen and screen just like many thing of that running towards each other. And i mean just the speed that fancy had compared to kyle was like this is not going to end well and and what really fucked kyle is feci got low so at first when he was running you know the like normal hunched over a little bit. But then what's he got closer to impact he got low. And that is what hurt. Kyle in wedges kinda shitty like. He didn't have to get that low. But but that's always help us. He has been in this shit like he plays so dirty. I mean i get it. You wanna win. But i still think he would have won without going. That low will lake remember his hall brawl with nelson. Yeah he plays dirty and he doesn't give a shit i was. I was really rooting for him. He's in we tried. We were rooting for you. We were all rooting. Get -actly yeah. So he just completely like knocks kyle to the ground. Kyle doesn't even see any chance. He tried to kinda like hold onto a leg for a minute and it doesn't go well and bessie just slowly walks his way up to the button beep pushes. It wasn't even concerned. There was no hustle on the way to the button. He's like i know. I just broke a bone getting up so sad and comes out. Mustang shouts shelton does. And he's like okay. No no good. I can go another round like who already shouted that your finger was broken. It's done medics really on one to episode. Because of that. I was like her like yeah too bad that well it is like if you really want to be mister tough guy and go back again. You gotta let me put this brace on. Snap back into place and it was obviously just like not happening. I mean it was still really messed up. i'll be interested to see like the xrays. Yes of what that looked like like. Did he actually shatter that top part of his finger or does it police yell. I want him to give us more information about this. I'm sure he will To yeah goodbye kyle. Sad way for him to go out. I didn't like the broke down and cried. It was really sad. I'd like to see him. Current broke my heart. My fingers fine but my heart is really broken. Oh muck i can't. I know but i believe for some reason i do choose make. It's sad too much. And i have a soft space for kyle. Because he has type one diabetes. Like my little brother. So i will always have a soft spot for him now. I know and he's just. It's sad but to me i'm like if he wants to come back after he has this baby we'll see he can. He'll come back. You know what i mean. Yeah i think he will. I mean it might not be this next season. Maybe the next one. Yeah the baby's a little older. Holly antidote started a business. He started a property group. So real estate okay. So they call it over in the high property group. Yeah i love everything that is so much fancier so he seems to be doing good for himself. I'm glad he's growing up. But i just don't want miss his antics like i need them to come back. No he'll come. I have a feeling he'll come back. I hope so Alright so now we have winner. Feci is able to steal a partner. Surprise surprise he feels casey doe figure. Yup and casey and lee royer broken up. Casey doesn't even look that sad about it. I am heartbroken. Like can we get a speech to leroy please. I mean she was happy to go be with. I like i don't understand. I don't understand that friendship. And i am going to be really interested to see how they work as a team in the final. Because i think she's gonna regret this decision. I don't think it's going to be all it's cracked up to be. Yeah no. I mean it's terrible. It's always a terrible decision to be with fussy wall. They're both kind of quiet right like nobody really takes charge. Yeah a fussy tries to be the alpha male. But i don't think he has what it takes to win all of the aspects of a final right and so. I think that it's gonna push casey to be in a different position that she doesn't like to be in and show different personality traits that she probably doesn't like to really show. Yeah yeah. I could see that happening. I mean has he doesn't. He's not going to work well with anyone so like others. Not at all And then we have leroy left to choose between naughty and amber which is again very obvious. Until at least if he's going to be forced yeah away from his partner who's been so great all season he ends up with nani. They have a really cool sweet relationship to so then gave a great speech as he picks noni. Yeah and it was so it was so touching just loved it. He's like. I wouldn't i wouldn't want to do with anybody else. You know. we started together on real world. Las vegas and riding together about her like becoming the mazing woman today like a can leroy mom and dad. I know day this episode. I loved it so brushes so now that leaves amber with c. t. and the are our pairings going into the final. Oh who do we think is like has the best shot in the final we have amber and c. T i think i have a pretty good shot. I mean i under has shown herself to be slightly athletic and at least. Ct can make up for where she might lie like. Math skills sand. I think that you know big t kind of broke him in on. How to deal with rookies even though she wasn't a full on rookie when they were partners. Yeah but i don't know like. Cat does get in these and heat of the heat of the moments. He does so very sensitive. Yeah i don't know how that's gonna work. Yeah that's not going to be great and then you have kaman corey. It's looking good for mccoy corey honestly. Yeah that's probably where my money is like. Even though i hate what. Casey did her leading leroy to go with fassi. Really did just help cam and i know that's not what cam wants. I know she wants leroy to win. And she's putting everything into leroy to win because she hasn't said it's her last season right. I think that it just made canon corrie ten times stronger. Yeah it did it. Put them at the top spot for sure And then how do we feel about. Who else is left. Leroy noni roy. Noni i just like i. I like on e. but like a two. I just can't get around to like thinking that she's a great competitor. It just yet. I know but she did really good. This challenge though. Maybe she'll step it up and maybe she's the type of person where like if she believes in her partner. She's competing for them then. She'll do better but if it's just on her and she's like i'll be honest. I'll be fine if i don't win. You know what i mean. Yeah like she has a higher purpose for leroy right. And that's it yeah. Did we forget anyone. That's it fussy in casey amber. Ct leroy noni category. Four going in fourteen going into the final and like yes. I do think chorine camera the strongest. But these are all pretty evenly matched. I would say yeah they were. These couples are really good. It's not like you have that one. You know little couple. That's like oh they're going to be out there the layup yet. No no layup. I mean it's all pretty strong competitors and It looks like the final starts next week and they just really tried to scar me in your ten year old. Who had just walked into the room. He literally just got home. Oh my god me and him both like had the same reaction to amer like throwing up what looked like a outrageous amount of liquor. Alan of blood but it was. My sweet husband knows like that was going to send me into a spiral. And he's like it was just a smoothie. Okay yeah i was just movie and then i'm like comforting. Your son like it was just this movie. It's fine really comforting each other. Yeah so i guess. I'd have to eat something read. It will be like this. Is ox blood or whatever like an ox. Blood moody with cranberries. Or whatever so. I'm sure that that's what it was but it god that really like messed me up for a second. I wasn't expecting it at all. I don't even remember what else they showed us. Because that's all i remember. I remember they did show that they're redoing the very first daily. Yeah you're right. i had to run up. The hill grabbed the thing and bring it back. Yeah you're right yeah so you just kinda got fogged over at nine mind. Throw up very scarring not do that. That would be great. Okay oh man. So that was the episode. We get our final next week. I think we're going to get what a two part the nali. Yeah yeah like a two part finale and then like a one part reunion and then guessing it is crazy me that on older challenges they would do the final and a normal episode. It'd be like oh we have like our last vote in and blah blah blah and then final was last twenty minutes. Like what very weird. How is that the final yeah. I don't understand how they did that. I do like that. They i mean i like that. It's long. I don't necessarily love being left on like to be continued but like if i'm given a lot of good content in there then i'm fine with it. Yeah did say some of you will not make it through the first day. I love it so exciting. Our guys will. Thanks so much for listening and make sure. You're following on instagram at spilt sister podcasts. For all the latest updates. And make sure they if you haven't already done so go and leave us a five star review and Go to our website. Suppose you podcasts dot com to get your merge and what else am i forgetting. That's it after are crazy. League hopefully will be back. Fallen clubhouse sues we discussed the final. Yes but being secondhand family events it has not been easy thing to schedule right. No keeping a watch out on clubhouse. We'll be back for sure and we will catch next week bye.

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NPR News: 06-19-2021 2AM ET

NPR News Now

05:03 min | 4 months ago

NPR News: 06-19-2021 2AM ET

"Live from npr news. I'm nora raum. vice president. Kamala harris was in atlanta friday. As part of the biden administration's push to get more americans vaccinated against covid nineteen. Npr's windsor johnston reports. The white house has set a goal of vaccinating seventy percent of adults with at least one dose of the vaccine by july fourth but is so far falling short of that goal. The pace of vaccinations has slowed in many parts of the south including georgia. According to the cdc nearly fifty three percent of adults in the state have received at least one dose of the shot compared to sixty four percent nationwide speaking atlanta vice president harris said the nation has come too far in the fight against in nineteen to take a step back. Students are back in school in person. People fade the back in the pews. Small businesses are reopening and families are planning reunions again. The white house announced a series of initiatives last month to persuade people especially those in communities of color where vaccination rates lag to get the shot windsor johnston. Npr news leaders of the us catholic. Church voted to move forward with the process. That could call into question. The eligibility of politicians live president biden to receive communion. Npr's sarah mccamman reports the issue resurfaced after biden's election last year after a contentious debate members of the us conference of cash. Bishops voted one hundred. Sixty eight to fifty five in favor of drafting a formal statement on the meaning of the eucharist in the life of the church. That document could include guidance on communion to catholics. Who differ with the church on teachings about including abortion especially politicians like president biden in is the nation's second catholic president and frequently attends mass. The vatican has warned. Us catholic bishops not to use communion as a political weapon the bishops will have a chance to vote on the proposed statement at another meeting in the future. Possibly when they meet in person in november. Sarah kaman npr news. A tropical weather. System is churning through the gulf of mexico bringing high winds and heavy rain to louisiana and mississippi. John cangelosi is a senior hurricane specialist with the national hurricane center. He has some advice to anyone in its path. If you're in a place that doesn't flood terribly. Just stay nores if again if you're in a major flood zone then maybe go somewhere. A little safer. He said some could see as much as a foot of rain. Power grid operators and california are urging homeowners to conserve energy. Because of an extreme heat wave in the southwest. This comes after years of drought straining power grids in california and texas and adding to the risk of wildfires. The national weather service has issued excessive heat warnings for five states. This is npr news. Dozens of students are after another kidnapping in northern nigeria. Gunmen attacked a school. In broad daylight on thursday at least seventy students were abducted. One student was found dead. It was the second kidnapping in northern nigeria. A week there are typically carried out by criminal gangs ransom in russia. An american student has gone missing and feared dead after she got into a car with a stranger on tuesday as npr's laura. Kim reports the last sign of life from catherine seru was a text message. She sent to her mother in the us. Becky seru catherine. Sarah's mother got the text message. Tuesday in vicksburg mississippi. It says in a car with a stranger. I hope i'm not being adopted it. And that's the last thing she wrote catherine seru. Three four is a law student in nizhny novgorod a city on the volga river. Two hundred fifty miles east of moscow police. Volunteers have searched a forested area outside. The city opened a criminal investigation and are in touch with sarah's mother. The us embassy in moscow says it's aware of the case and working together with russian officials lucian kim npr news moscow. Iranians went to the polls friday to elect a new president. The front runner appears to be hard liner. Embrahim racy a close ally of supreme leader. Ayatollah ali khameini results are expected to be announced saturday. I'm nora raum. Npr news npr is doing its annual survey to better understand. How listeners like you. Spend time with podcasts. Please help us out. By completing short anonymous survey at npr dot org slash podcast survey. All one word. We would really appreciate your help to support. Npr podcasts that's npr dot org slash podcast survey. All one word thanks.

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HRN Road Show Meetups Announced for June 21, 2021 by Kemin Equine

HORSES IN THE MORNING

14:36 min | 4 months ago

HRN Road Show Meetups Announced for June 21, 2021 by Kemin Equine

"This is horse. Radio network abused food horses in on a. You're listening to the number one horse podcast in the world. Here's your entertaining. Look at the horse world and the people in it. Good morning everybody. This is glenda geek from ocala florida. You're listening to horses in the morning on the horse radio network for june the twenty first episode twenty seven. Oh eight we are brought to you today by kaman equine. Well jamie is out today. She's actually travelling back from her her. Fantastic weekend out. There at flag is up farms. I'm sure many of you saw the pictures and the videos of her being a superstar out there. And you know what. I'm gonna do this right away. I just want to give her my daily winnie and tell her how proud we are of her and everything that she's accomplished in that she's done in earning her certification and helping people to train horses in less violent manner We're very proud of you. Jamie and i know she won't listen to this so her head won't get big and i wouldn't do this normally on a day when she was here because in her head would get beg so i'm doing it when she's not here. We're very proud of you girl. And she'll be back on wednesday tomorrow. We have the a special horse illustrated episode of horses in the morning. And you're gonna want to join us. We have probably the biggest lineup. i have seen On any of our Horses in the mornings in very long time. You're definitely gonna wanna tune in tomorrow morning. But meantime today i thought i would give you a preview of the rhode show coming up in a month now our to believe Got a lot to get done here. So we're gonna be heading out on the road for five weeks starting july thirty first and we're going be visiting. You guys are listeners across the east coast from well. I'm gonna go over the itinerary with you today. So this'll be the first time that we're releasing the were when the meet ups are going to be our route and where we're stopping and all of that and we hope to meet many of you along the way at the meet ups if you're in one of the spots That were getting together. Please come on out and join us. You know if it's a trail ride you don't necessarily have to ride. I won't be writing so Bring your bike out. I don't care just come out and hang out. That's all we care about. We just wanna meet everybody that we can. And that's what this whole trip is about Before i get to ten area. I just wanted to say that today is brought to you by kevin equine. It's no surprise that americans are among the most stress people on the planet. Your horse get stressed out to every horse experiences stress caused by things like exercise environmental conditions like the weather or their everyday surroundings can even cause stress their horses Diet changes another thing. That could cause dress. All these variables contribute to the stress levels of your horse. This might come as a surprise to you. But you can help reduce the negative impact stress by feeding your horse chromium every day by lowering the levels of the stress hormone cortisol and optimizing energy use feeding chromium results in improved body upkeep health performance and overall wellbeing. But this is important. Don't feed just any chromium feed your horse. The only fda reviewed source of chromium appropriate on the market today can trace chromium from kevin for by name and stress less learn more about chemtrails chromium had kevin dot com slash chromium e. q. All right so. We're very excited to announce our stops if go to horse radio network dot com or horses in the morning dot com and click on the banner at the top of the page. You're going to see a page. That has all of our stops on it now. We don't have all the details on every stop yet. But at least you'd have the date and the time and where it is so you know you can make a plan to be there. And then we'll be doing facebook Event pages for every one of the stops. You can sign up. And we'll give all the details on their about locations and times and all of that some of it we have and some of the stops. We don't have. But i wanted to go through them with you if you're on the west coast and not interested in this. Then we'll see you tomorrow morning for a very special horse illustrated episode here on horses in the morning. If you're on the east coast and want to hear a little bit more about our adventure coming up than hang out and we'll chat about it. Well i we are leaving on july. The thirty first and we are heading into alabama from georgia. Take in drive up there. We're going to be staying at a listeners. Home in alabama. And we're looking forward to that. Apparently they have mini so that should be a lot of fun and then for our first meet up is going to be a northern alabama. Almost on the tennessee. Line near decatur alabama and auditor juliana is organizing a late sunday trail. Ride this is an august. I don't expect you remember all these dates or anything you can go to or radio network dot com and click on the banner to see that but she's late sunday trail ride along the tennessee river. And that's going to be a lot of fun. Apparently they're gonna have amount for jennifer. And i'll be writing along on the electric bike so doing video and taking pictures the guys so this is going to be along the tennessee river apparently in the river. It's very cool spot. there's places to park and allow your horses to go into the river so we're going to give it the announcement on the exact parking place and all of that so this is on august. I and it's gonna we're gonna meet at five thirty in the evening and says sunday. So if you're anywhere in the southern tennessee or northern alabama range there then that's the meet up for you then. We're heading into tennessee for very special day on wednesday august fourth. Have an open house at kobe's army therapeutic center and she's gonna have snacks and give a tour and that kind of thing and then we're heading over to a really cool place and it's called. It's called the livery stables and we're going to be doing a concert temple thompsons putting on a concert. Plus maybe some others from nash. Bill will be there as well. So this is right outside of nashville just to the north. So we're going to be doing a concert there attempts and thompson with templeton thompson. And we would love you to come out in person. it's free we're accepting donations for kobe's army and four templeton so we'd love to see as many people as you can. So if you're in the nashville area. Or any part of that. Western tennessee or southern kentucky On that side definitely stop out and see us. We would love for you to hang out. Enjoy the music and for those that you that can't be there. We're going to be broadcasting that live so it'd be one of the events that we're gonna put out live from from from nashville and you're going to be able to watch the concert at home so that'll be fun to. We're hoping we can get range with the proper equipment then from there on august the fourth. We're leaving. we're going to be doing that in tennessee. and then we're heading up to kentucky. of course we're going to be going to lexington. We're going to be spending a weekend. And they're there and jamie will be joining us in lexington kentucky so august the seventh in the late afternoon. We're going to be doing picnic or dinner. We're not sure what we're working out the details now but it's a saturday. August the seventh for all of our kentucky friends and anybody around lexington police do come out and see jamie. It's the only stop that jamie's going to be on the whole trip so she'll be there all weekend with us. We're going to be doing some other fun stuff in lexington august seventh late afternoon and monday were cited because we get to do our show horses in the morning from kentucky performance products which has been our longest sponsor on the horse radio network. They've been with us for twelve years now. So we're going to do the show from kentucky performance products on that monday mornings very cool so august. Seventh lexington kentucky. Save that date then. We're driving up to michigan and we're gonna be doing some horse camping. There's a horse campground up. There called farm lane campground. It's in grass lake michigan which is kind of the southern part michigan and marie. Setting this up. We're going to be staying there for three nights. So feel free on august ninth through the twelfth to come out and hang out with us. Stay with us. Bring your horse camp. And we're going to be doing a formal trail ride on august tenth at eleven am and out of the farmland farmland camp ground. She said the trail systems. There are the best in michigan. So it's very cool. It's the waterloo recreation area You can camp overnight and hang up by the fire with us or just come out for a day ride. You know if you wanna trailer for a day ride. that's fine. It should be a lot of fun. They're finding amount for jennifer again. Where you will have on for jennifer. And i'll be riding along so definitely join us for that on on august tenth and you can camp over the night before if you don't have a horse don't want on the trail ride at just wanna come camping. That's fine too. We would love to see you and hang out with you and if you if you don't wanna do the trail ride and have a bike. Then come along with me. So that's in michigan and from michigan. Then we're heading to ohio. We're going to be doing a meet up with frankie levato of exerciser fame at the exerciser studio at frankie's place. So we're joining frankie for an afternoon barbecue you'll get to ride an exerciser eat. Some food is a pool there. We can relax have a little bit of barbecue and hang out. There are details already on the website you can. Rsvp to that on the facebook page again go to horse radio network. Click on the banner for the road trip. And you'll see links to all of this. So that's on thursday august twelfth at four pm at at in norwalk which is northern ohio. If you're in that range or area the norwalk area then please feel free to hang out with us. We're also gonna be heading over to the akron area and we're going to be doing a dinner for podcasters. Actually is a bunch of podcasters. That i know in that area and we're also inviting any listeners. That want to come out. And we'll be announcing more about that on friday august thirteenth. Then we head into pennsylvania. We have three places in pennsylvania. We're going to be stopping one is. We're going to be doing. Meet up at uncle. Jimmy's place up. Yes sir. jimmy's hang involves fame. And that's a newcastle pennsylvania. We'll be announcing more about the details of that. That's sunday august fifteenth. And then heading down to allison park which is kind of in the pittsburgh area and we're we'll be finding out more about that too We'll have more details about that shortly to but that's on august eighteenth and then on august the twenty first. We're heading over. I'm very excited. We're going to spend in the weekend in maryland at. We're going to be heading to jacqueline's farm. She's at one of our terrific. Auditors have hill equestrian center in damascus maryland. All you marilyn people come out to her place on saturday august twenty first early afternoon. We'll be having a barbecue and hanging out all day and we would just love to see you. There is kind of a good location and maryland. So we're hoping to get as many people as we can in the maryland. Northern virginia area out to damascus on august. The twenty first. And then we're heading back to pennsylvania to lancaster county where we where i grew up and we're going to be spending three nights there with one of our auditors at a campground and we're going to be doing an august the twenty fifth late afternoon. We'll be doing some kind of meet up. We're not sure yet. But if you're in that lancaster county berks county area. That'll be the meet up for you and then on the way back to florida. We're going to stop in. Virginia somewhere in virginia for a meet up on august the thirtieth details to be announced. And then we're going to be doing the final stop in north carolina on september. The first in the afternoon and we'll be getting more details about that so at least we have the dates and the places you'll be able to kind of set aside a day and then more details will come at all. Be fun at all. be exciting. Y'all get to meet each other. You know some other coa listeners. Of course radio network and you get to meet jennifer. And i and we just have some fun together. And we're going to do some recordings. We're gonna do interviews. We're gonna do video so you know you'll be able to joy at home if you can't go meet us any one of these stops you'll definitely be able to enjoy at home as well on horses. In the morning. We'll be doing special episodes and the road of horses in the morning. We'll be doing a ton of videos and posting them so definitely join us on horses. In the morning. Facebook page and the auditor facebook page as well we'll be doing special auditor videos and just kind of qna's and hanging out with you guys on the trip. So if you keep so. Keep an eye out for those as well over on the auditor page well. That's it for today again. Go to horse radio network dot com horses in the morning dot com click on the banner has the complete list of stops and dates and as we get more details would be posting those as we go along but we're five weeks away i think We installed a new couch in our in our rv over the weekend because the old one was horrendous and was absolutely awful finding a new couch right now with the shortages of everything that involves rb was interesting. But i think we got the last one from camping world that will fit in that spot kind of an odd spot the way it's designed but we installed that only about half a day and we finally got. It installed much more comfortable than the old couch. I'll make the trip a little bit better and actually freeze ups in storage for us to and i'm doing a little painting in there and sprucing it up a bit so we'll have what looks like all new camper when we head out. Thank you everybody for joining us today tomorrow. Horse illustrated and then wednesday jamie's back and we'll hear all about her weekend over at flag up for.

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Episode 143  Machielle Thomas

Hallway Chats

31:52 min | 10 months ago

Episode 143 Machielle Thomas

"This hallway chats where we meet people who use wordpress. We asked question our stories and perspectives. And now the conversation begins. This is episode one forty three welcome to hallway. I'm liam dempsey tara claes today. We're joined by michelle thomas. Michelle is a mommy a marketer photographer. And a dreamer. She's currently the senior brand manager for blue host and most her time is spent chasing her tiny terrorist or finding the tacos in her hometown of austin texas. So glad to have you here. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate michelle. It's our pleasure. Thank you so much for spending time with us today. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself beyond mature shirt. Yeah i i always laugh when someone else says tiny terrorists because all my friends find it. Funny my son is four and we live here in austin and he's a very rambunctious four year old. He's like the epitome of a little little bitty terrorists call my little ankle by the united kingdom around him jumping on me and Because i was born and raised in texas where. I currently live I currently work for the bluish brand. It's been years now that i've been there Been into a ton of work or work camps and Spoken out about six or seven of my drink and really missing them this year. It's been a really really hard year you know after going from ten to fifteen kaman But yeah i'm just. I'm just a a a little daydreamer and i love ella writing reading all things all things on the internet. Really how did you get started in wordpress or attack or wordpress. Let's start there. Yeah so. I actually was a user. I used wordpress for a financial services. Company that i worked for about eight years ago and i use it to the blog and then i started working as a contractor for a couple of marketing agencies and austin as well and i used it again you know to manage their blog posting and kind of that way. I didn't really understand or really had never even heard about the community behind wordpress in the people behind it until i started with the host i started with four months after my son was born and It was a really weird time for me. Obviously there's a ton of hormones going on exhaustion from not sleeping and i kind of was like thrown into this world. I didn't really know anything about. I was just going to be managing content and it turned out that was also being invited to camps and i went to my first camp in phoenix and twenty seventeen. And they're like you should speak next time. And i was like wait. What made are you sure like. I don't know anything about pressing developer. I'm not a designer. They're like no anybody can speak about anything and literally i came back. That was the one year. They had a really quick turnaround on their camps. They did october and then february. The next year. And i came back in february and i The content for the modern world and it was all about content in this new age of media. And you know understanding your target audience and stuff like that and how can really impact you. So i've just been like all over the world that gets a last year with my first camp were can't europe was my first time there last year in berlin was awesome amazing experience. But i've been to guess what four at this point and it's been great. I love i love being a user. I love helping people it part of my job as well so it's great so i'm interested now that that you're that you're working with blue house. Their provider wordpress hosting in many other services. And giving you a senior brand manager role at loopholes are you actually inward presen-. Are you higher up now. That you don't get to log in you just review in right or the field. So i actually don't really write that often i do use presto so a lot of a lot of my job. It isn't a newer role. I managed content wordpress content specifically for the most of the time that i've been able to host. But i think we're at a at a point where we're having to figure out. How do we make products or services that are easier for people who are managing multiple wordpress sites professionals and people in the wordpress face and the community and we actually did come out with new product. Recently called maestro and it's kind of like a all in one solution for professionals so the idea there was like you no matter who your clients are hosting with. You can kind of go in one place image all them and make your life a little easier for wwe admin so. I write things about our products. I write you know content. You know about our products are things that were coming out with. Mostly in is like campaigns and our work with our content team still manage content for the most part so We have writers but also used wordpress. I was in wordpress today a couple times. I'm not that far removed. Live wasn't sure if your team was like. Oh no she's she's getting into wordpress. Make sure we hit the backup but before we let her in no so. I actually spent most of my time trying to write content for how to use wordpress for like an everyday user. I don't have new work him. Us twenty nine hundred nineteenth. We brought our blueprint for beginners blueprint to like for beginner. Refusers and that book was like my first baby on teaching people. Who don't build sites so i do write about where a lot but i also use wordpress lachey. I believe you also a serial demeanor. So i have like seventeen domains in so that's why i was actually kind of like when we came out with. This is really nice because i have a lot of domains and going between all these different accounts can get really exhausting so yes. I think i've heard of people having hundreds of jimmy's teen is not actually that many right. Thank you. I feel better. It's not make fun of me. I finally just let one go this week. Actually because it was a thirty five dollar one. And i thought you know. I i'm gonna use that one. So yeah yeah that's fair. Yeah couple of get an employee. Discount hunt domains no way that domains workers at all you pay as you go just like everyone else i think actually i think legally everyone has to pay for domains which is why a lot of people don't really have free domain offerings. It's kind of like you get the hosting. But you pay for the domain so yeah and most are not that much but yeah oh bugs then we what they add up if you have a hundred of them. Earning really stop myself. Who idea day it seems like the pops up and when i got about four miles gets it. Yeah i do that too well because it's like okay. Twelve dollars so what's the yeah right. That's true that's true. So what's your your background with. Writing are I'm impressed that you went to a word camp and met the people who have done this but not in like a six month period of time where you went to a work camp. In six months later you were talking to people about what you know when there's always a lot of imposter syndrome especially i know like the first time that you're speaking in front of a crowd enacting like you know what you're talking about you know i'm sure you do but you kind of wonder and so talk a little bit about that process in how you learned to to be a writer and to to be a marketing focus writer and to talk about it. I think I think for me. It was actually pretty simple. You know from the time. I was like in high school middle school high school. I always knew. I wanted to be an author rate and i kind of took this journey of. You can't make money writing my family. You know you can't make money writing. You gotta get a real job. So i was like okay. Well let's go for finance. Because i love money. Talk to you about money and helping people organize money and things like that. And i started and i was just like you know as much as i love this thing. This is not like my way you know. And so. I switched and i went back to media. Study some massification sklar and advertising wisconsin. My focus and i think i always knew i wanted to write. I think the thing that i needed to understand that anyone can write anything. If they understand the writing or four you can identify who that person is what their problem is and how you can solve it. It makes it easy. So i think when i went to that first camp was watching people talk and i was like i could do this. You know this is something that scares me run towards it. I should do it you know. I spoken before. But never at a place where. I don't know how many people may come. I don't know how many people will be in this talk versus that talk so it was really a lot of unknowns for me I was concerned. My biggest fear actually was the qna. Because i thought that everyone was going to ask me about something in wordpress that i didn't know yet or didn't understand yet and it didn't happen at all. Everyone wanted to know about. Seo everyone wanted to know about how can i. How can i start thinking. How do i figure out our target audience. Like what tools do i use. And so after that. I was like really comfortable. And then i started branching out from not just talking about writing or content but i had to talk about funding. The right client and how that can affect your business. Long-term i also sat on the women and wordpress panel. And i also had talked about setting yourself up to be paid properly really as a woman in tech and So i've i've of allowed myself to spread my wings a little bit and say i don't have to just talk about the one thing. We all have multiple things that we understand that we can share with someone else. What's there yeah. Just something that you said really caught my attention that scares me. I run towards it. I love that you are. You're amazing your mom. Thank you so. I wanna i wanna go go back again. A little bit too to your introduction about photography i have. I have dabbled in photography. But it's been years and it was never beyond something fun. And i want which you know is ending in of itself but tell us about your photography in kind of how you got into it what to do and what what. What makes you happy in about photography. Thank you this is actually a passion of mine. I don't really talk about it enough. I don't think so i. I started with photography. When i was in high school and i learned in the dark room. I didn't understand digital or anything at the time. So i loved the idea of seeing nothing and then starting to see an image. Come out I originally when i decided to go to school. I was really torn between photo. Journalism and media studies or masculinization is really big struggle for me. Because i didn't know that one for a new station you know but i really liked the idea of storytelling and i feel like images do that and i just found a way to kind of use that in a new type of business so basically. I am a wedding and portrait photographer. So i shoot weddings. And shooed senior photos like for graduating students and families irregularly but i also have a whole collection of things i've never shared and those are the things that i love the most. It's not people usually. It's animals or nature or a piece of tree bark all in the right way or things like that so i really liked the idea of finding beauty in everything in end just really understanding that everything has a story behind it so like what. I'm shooting someone's wedding day. I try to find you. Know the story. Line of it and use that for all journalism. That's in my head you know to create like they're perfect if you will. So that's kind of like what i shoot. And how shoot i try to you know. Stick to real colors. And i don't over at it. I like to really focus on what people actually look like on that day and really just capturing apart of themselves making them laugh naturally having them interact with each other naturally and just capturing those moments you have a lot of creative outlets and sounds like sounds like you have a business more business job now as you've moved up in blue host but you and some tech to but you you get right and then you get this Photographic outlet is well. Where does that come from. Where does that fit in. Have you always been a creative person. Have you The way that you were raised this is where you learned in school. Talk a little about creativity and that means to you. Yeah i definitely think it's in the something i was born with my i wouldn't say my family super creative people my sister. She's she's really designing a home or flower arranging and she's really good estimate that creating like you know beautiful cards homemade cards that that's not my style at all. I don't do any of those things. But but i kind of like i think i think my biggest struggle was always creative. I always knew. I was creative. But i think like most creative people you question yourself. And there's a ton of imposter syndrome that comes from. This is not good enough. This is not my best work in serge's won't share it at all. If i literally told you how many novels i've started and rip them up and started over. Because i'm like this is going to be terrible. It's going to be the worst thing ever. And i think like as i've gotten older i've just gotten to a point where i'm like if it's terrible it's like it's practice work right like everything that i create is like from a moment that i feel at the time whether it's going to bad it's mine. It's my my moment to share or not share. And i think that it's just like it gives me a lot of a lot of peace. I think by seeing something come especially like things like photography and writing to see like a storyline out kind of unfold or an image kind of come out of nowhere. You know really intentional. I try to be intentional about everything that i do everything that i write. What is purpose. what is the value. You know that kind of thing. I do still get to be really creative. Actually my Outside of writing. I do a lot of video directing and getting to know our customers like telling their stories which is something that i really really love to do. So i get to share it. I get to do it in a lot of different ways. I'm actually surprised. I'm not like an over in creative. Overdrive where i can't create anymore because i'm doing it everywhere for myself at work. You know With my kid you know. How do we make new puzzle for you today. You know whatever. It is So i was gonna ask you how being amongst its in because you you added that to your introduction. I appreciate that a lot in one chatting about your little boy an end how that fits into your your creativity certainly can Inspire it i'm sure but also at times younger probably exhausted most of the time. I'm exhausted. But i you know what i think when i had him the thing that pushed more creativity forward with just seeing. I think anybody who's like apparent around children can see this like when you're around kids especially little kids they start you start noticing how they notice everything in the world and it's such a big deal and it's just a cloud leg you know and then you start to really sit back and think like wow i have i over lose. 'cause everyday have not noticed that that tree being were and so i think he making helped me to slow down a lot and to start taking more things and appreciating you know the things that are like miraculously him in like seeing that light in his eyes. When you see something new just like kind of inspires me and makes me realize it's like that's how people are. Even adults can feel like that when they see something new they feel a new feeling or like they see some video or some photo that really ignites something in them. And i think that that's what i try to hold onto. Yeah thanks for sharing and thanks for talking about creativity. I've been thinking about it a lot lately. I feel like. I've gotten less creative overtime. Because i do it for work so i think having that sort of as your side thing that you keep as part of your life is is really important to do when you when you turn your passion into your career. People's needs a great thing to do. I think the crete. It's hard to maintain the passion for the creativity that when it comes to that. So that's why you have to have your own projects. If you're only doing it for money you'll never have you only done for many. You'll never you'll never. You'll get burned out pretty easily. I think so. I'd agree with that and this seems a good way to segue into question about success michelle. I wonder if you can share with us your definition of success and maybe those a professional definition for you. Maybe it's personal. Maybe for you. it's a mix of both. How do you define success. Michelle yeah i'd say i felt like success is relative at think where people's value use lie. That's what they deemed to be success. I think for me. Success looks lake waking up every day and not feeling exhausted in the sense that like. I'm dreading doing the thing that i have to do. You know i think success feels like peace feels a little bit like like stress relieving a little whether he will. I think. I think it looks i think to success to me is like obviously. There's a financial part of it where i can take care of. My family can do things that i need to do. But am i passionate about what i do. Do i understand my. Why do i understand. Why i'm doing what i'm doing. The thing in my being able to be pushed forward constantly things. I feel like we're always you. We can become stagnant for doing the same thing if we're surrounded around the same environment but i really feel like if you can constantly be pushed forward and you're not dreading doing the things that you need to do or want to do. Then i feel like to me. That's peaceful and i would. I would find that a success for me. yeah. I like that. Thank you for sharing that. We're it strikes me a question popped in my mind as you were talking. Was that sense of you shared. And i'm gonna paraphrase very badly bud as long as i'm moving forward as long as i'm feeling up for the challenge is a long waking up with energy to go about the day and meet meet the challenges unsuccessful. How do you discern between. Just you're up late with your son so your toured verses. This is not success. This is not where i need to be. How do you. How does michelle start to think about it. Address that so. I'm very big on your gut tells you everything you need to know whether you're stressed you know somebody makes you uncomfortable. Like my tells me everything i think. I am just really in tune with myself to say you know. I'm clearly tired right. Like i didn't sleep. Well this happened happened. I think it comes down to when i start. There are moments when you wake up and you feel exhausted. Maybe i didn't say that the right way really but you wake up and you'll feel tired or he's like i know what you mean d- physically tired but it's a kind of emotional and all that comes with it own to be honest even when you're when even when you love your job or love what you do every day whether it's our job or not you can still feel emotionally tired right like so even if it's not that you didn't rest they're still emotional things that are happening within you. That make you know kind of exhausted. Or whatever i would say that for me it comes down to like when i start doing the work. Do i get the energy that pushes me. That's also how people right. Like i want to be around people that when i start talking to them i feel renewed and i feel more energy than i did before i started and like work is the same way like when i started doing it. Like can i get into a groove and and start feeling more comfortable with it or do i still feel like it's just too hard. I don't want to do this today. Or and there's always days like that. But when jordan danger that way i feel like that's a sign that you're not doing what you should be doing I love your energy in your perspective. On sort of moving forward and energy i can sense. I get a lot of energy from youtube. So i'm glad you're here to share that with us. How how do you work with your local community. Your local wordpress community. You're you're in texas right. i am in. We're in austin and there's not a a lot of there's not a huge community here we do have. Wbz engine here as well. So they're really strong into our our team. I don't know if you even seven series. But i've i've seen you around as well but So he's got marketing manager so he actually organized awesome here and and honestly i think being here makes it harder when i go to camp. It's easy for me to be super involved. But what i'm at home. It's like family ties and all the things that you have to do at work and it gets really hard for me to do that. I've gone to if you meet ups. But i haven't really been able to really lake cement like a place here and i don't think it's anything to do with the people or anything like that. I think it's just when you're in elements and times you go through the motions and you kind of when i step out of that and i go to go away to a camp. I feel. I don't feel the guilt like the mom guilty of being away from my child or or not doing the things i need to clean my house. You know i didn't do that tonight. So i gotta go home so i won't say that i have a really strong tie here but but i think they're great. I think they've done great work here. i hate that. We didn't have a camp share. But i'm glad that we were able to bring it back to the series. Yeah is is your job remote. Or i mean maybe right now for sure right now what. We have an austin office. That's where our marketing team sets. But we've been home since the first week of march and we don't really have any plans to go back for at least another year. So wow a year. It'll be a while. i think they're trying to you. Know play it really saved which we all appreciate And there's really not a need we. Have you know six offices. Worldwide war on calls with different offices everywhere and so really. I mean you just don't office to hop on a call with someone else so really. It really worked. S i think our productivity is philip. Tomorrow if not better was we're camp. Austin was that the virtual when they had they had the people playing music outing got peach into that one the music. It only makes sense austin right music capital. Rents what stood out to me. Yeah i i don't really I don't i don't have the attention span for zoom where it camps but that wanna treat me so i did check. Also they had like the rooms you could go and get yours advance zone israel this year. It's very real as yeah yeah. It's well i mean people are making most of it for sure absolutely. Yeah yeah yeah. I wanna get to the real heart of the matter here kind of go back to. What what we started with. The best tacos tacos calling you out on michelle. What do you got for us. I feel like i'm gonna get everybody's gonna troll me for this especially the wrong answer. It depends on what you're eating. I like a place of the street from me for breakfast and it's called. It's breakfast chris. Good lunch and dinner. All over our bremer cycles are thing. Okay you gotta love the breakfast tacos. We also like i hate to say we have torchy's is really popular here. So let's talk but torchy's is like really really popular in austin I love torchy's trailer taco so it's like fried chicken with avocado and caso lettuce tomato. It's a whole thing. It's great so. I will say i will say i like torchy's for that kind of thing but there's also a lot of really small taco shops that are just i don't even know all their names to trucks. That are just really good. Yeah are you born and raised. There i was. I'm probably twenty lift. And nineteen of them family. Texas accent austin austin agnostic on the accent or they won't tells me that i feel like there's an accident here but i i guess i didn't realize i didn't have it so i'll take an international. No one knows where. I'm from nice. We know where to go when we come to austin for tacos. Thank you for that advice. Now for some other advice or we ask our guests to share with us. Some advice that they've received an implemented into their lives that they can then pass along to people who are listening. Ooh that's i'm gonna say. This is a hard. Because i i initially want to go for something. My grandmother my mama. Somebody's told me. But i'm actually going to go with something that i actually did not talk to someone about something that i've read before. And it made me completely changed the way. I viewed myself and it basically talks about like whenever opportunity presents itself. Like there's always going to be a cloud of uncertainty or fogleman urgency with it So this is kind of like where i. I kind of. Combine that with everything. That's beautiful or great is on the other side of fear. I think those two things and say that like when something is still scary or uncertain. That's usually when opportunity comes up right and you can kind of rise to the occasion or you can back down from it. So a lotta times. I walked myself into positions that are not qualified for. And i don't necessarily work but i just mean in life right like i try to find things that are bigger than me and i'm like grow into it right like i'll just go into it because if it's not it's not scary if it's not uncertain than means i'm probably just being comfortable And so i would say that. That's of like the the thing that's always driven me to push myself forward. I like a lot of what you say. Michelle thank you something about that. Which is truly beautiful on the other side of fear like that. I'm going to go towards things that scare me. I'm gonna go towards things that are bigger than me. That's i like you thank you. This is wonderful care. Sure thank you. It's good advice. It's very hard very hard to absorb that right. I think but it's it's very important. You know as a mom to raise your child to have that attitude as well as is good. Because i think you can get overwhelmed with social media on how you how you don't measure up so that's really good. It's a to have the confidence to go for things. That aren't comfortable sharing that thank you. Yeah how do you check yourself on that right. Inevitably when we try to take on something that is above where we are right. Now we're going to slip and fall at some point. Stub tower slammer elbow into something. How do you deal with that. How do you cope with that. How do you figure out for you. This is just a slip up versus. Oh this is not the mountain. I need to climb right right. I i think the biggest thing is to understand your capacity right so there's something about saying you know. Obviously i'm going to run toward things scare me. You can't do everything. And i think that when you stop taking things personal even failures which i like to call practice rounds right like you take your practice round and it's like i take personal and say that i wasn't good enough i didn't i. This is not what. I'm good at. Or i should have done better but if you really focus on i'm like i have the capacity. I really saw with myself. That i have the capacity to do this then i really just need to put in the work put him the focus put in the drive that i really need to be successful. Do i need an understanding when you need to ask for help like whether that'd be a mentor. Or even i mean. I really feel like it's really easy these days because you don't have to have a personal mentor anymore. You can go on the internet and find one hundred. Ted talks that inspire you. You can call your mom and ceo. Tell me i'm beautiful. Tell me how great think look. There's so many ways for you to get like that eagle boost that you kind of need to but understanding capacity and not taking things personal even even your practice rooms would a great connection. I never thought about that before that as it takes me personally but a great night to move on from failure right and not be. You're not beat yourself up for end. Yes thank you. Can't you can't keep going so thank you for sharing that s speaking of keeping going. We can't keep going because it's been wonderful to chat with you and to meet you and i'm so glad you joined us today. Where can people find you online. I am most available on twitter. Just app michelle thomas. My name is smell a little more complicated than most. So it's at m. a. c. h. e. l. l. e. h. a. s. at michelle thomas on twitter. Great thank you. Thank you for show. What a pleasure getting to know. You really appreciate your time today as well thank you bye. I can't wait to see you guys in real life. i know cam. Thanks for listening to her. People wordpress community everybody. We invite you to tell others about it. we're on i tunes and it. Holly chats dot com Better yet ask your wordpress friends and colleagues to join us on the show encourage them to complete the beyond the show form on our site to tell us about themselves.

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Empty Screen Inspiration

Behind the bottom line

19:22 min | 9 months ago

Empty Screen Inspiration

"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening and welcome to you wherever you are in the world this is james garfield the creator of the stories in behind the bottom line. I'm very excited about this episode. Because it is now my first year anniversary as a podcast with behind the bottom line. And i'd like to thank all of you listening for your feedback and for coming back for more. There are now thirty five episodes of behind the bottom line. So if you haven't listened to all of them there's plenty there for you to listen into for season four. There are a few changes most importantly we have a new behind the bottom line website. And please check it out. Www dot behind the bottom line one was dot com. Check it out. Please leave your comments. Send me a voicemail and subscribe to the newsletter so you can find out what's happening in the behind the bottom line world in future. I hope to add other features including the scripts of the story for each episodes. So if there are any teachers out there that might be something that interests you some things however staying the same as in previous seasons. I'm gonna tell you the story and then something about the real life background from which the story comes today. Story is called inspiration and it's dedicated to anybody who has ever suffered a tortures of writer's block. I start my screen. And my screen stems back at me with the scenario screen and i because i'm a writer. During the week. I write speeches and articles for big company at at the weekend. I work on volume to my fantasy soccer hallandale the chronicle of wind but today sunday to write a speech for the company kaman on monday. He's making a presentation to the supervisory board about a company reorganization wants to carry out. The idea does not motivate me and so far have two sentences neither of which is any good. Pnp is in sync with market trends and this restructuring means we remain in touch with market leaders. Pnp is in tune with its markets and instead with its needs. I delete both lines. But then i think something else. I switched my novel. Stay in tune with my needs. This spit prince bharadwaj as he pulled the lovely amanda onto the bed beside him and in step with my desires. Sweet dove a text message from the chairman. Pops up on my mobile asking me. How doing super. I answer switching back to his speech nearly finished. I add trying to sound optimistic on happily at screen again. When we started this morning we were both filled with energy. But now i need a drink and screen needs a charter though. I'm not even sure. Eletricity will be enough to stop screen dying of boredom. An idea for a gravestone. Inscription comes to me. And i type it in. He lies little mac of bits and bytes. There was no lack and juice was in its power pack but all its owners text was not funny interrupts screen. And you'll last word isn't going to ryan properly. Delete mukasa travels quickly backwards in cleans screen till it's shiny and white again back to square one. What exactly screen. Hawks is blocking you. Partly it's because i have to write this culprit nonsense on a sunday instead of continuing with the chronicle of wind. But it's also because i don't really like the chairman among his many fools he has. Harry is remembering this. I stopped pulling out the heads in my own is. It doesn't help right my speech. But i hate harry is in the pain stops. Be thinking about being blocked. Stop christ screen. That's a terrible habit. Go and look at something green. Sometimes when i'm blocked i go outside. Smoke look at plans for a while and then ideas come to me. But today after staring bush so hard that it starts losing leasing environment i sit down front screen again with as many ideas as i had before zero zilch nada knicks being the cham- and wants to know whether his speeches ready he wants to practice it this evening. I can tell he's losing patients with you in a second. I reply and try again with these measures. Pnp finances will be out of the roads and in the black by the end of this quarter. Pnp must remain within reach of clients but out of reach of the competition. What rights screen that second sentence. What does it even mean. Delete both. But then i realized i like the combination in and out. It's powerful flexible. I think about similar combinations. You can be in and out of love time pockets favor. Play tune touch sink. Step i switch back to the chronicle again. My lord protested amanda struggling to free herself from bharat oldham's as a thin silk dress that barely covered from bosom stretched to protect her modesty. My body may be within your reach but my love is forever out of your grasp if you force yourself on me what care i for. Love cried bora door. His eyes burning with lust i. The chairman reminds me that i said the speech would be ready in a second that he minutes ago. I don't reply. He can't know. If i've read his message in and out in and out in and out i realized set in a moment or two. I won't be in work anymore. I'm going to be out of a job i'm desperate. Isn't that anything. I can send him. Prince borough rights screen his speech to the barons on page seven hundred sixty six of volume one after he defeated the great goblin army a doth rex just the sort of motivational nonsense. All leaders talk. I read the passages talking about my friends. Said dole opening his arms wide. You may ask. Why in the hour of our triumphs over evil goblins we should now change the way great kingdom is governed. I would say to you now. Above all is the time for change. With our enemies we can scattered. We can screen. Could be right with a few changes to the vocabulary. This could work. I start writing. The results of the final quarter exceeded all analysts predictions. One of the same time. I'll competitors made huge losses colleagues. You may ask in this hour of triumph why we need to consider restructuring our operations. I would say to you now. Above all is the time for change. Twenty minutes later. I sent it out. Switch my mobile and spend the rest of the evening happily back in hallandale with difficulty. Amanda persuades bora door to treat her with more respect. They combine which kroft skills with his warrior. Power to battle effluent the evil wizard of no can do. It isn't until the next morning the title. No my mobile again and realize something terrible has happened. Instead of sending him a two page speech about company restructuring. I sent the champion the complete first volume of hallandale the chronicle of wind all one thousand two hundred and forty five pages of it. I print out the tax meant to send. And hurry to the chairman's office is no way. I'll keep my present job. The best i can hope for is that they'll put me in the social media team. I knock and the door is thrown open by an unshaven tired but smiling champion pages from the chronicle of scattered all over the floor. He pulled me insight and hugs me. Brilliant he says bloody brilliant and prince borut all. He's based on me isn't he. Inspiration was written to business spotlight in two thousand nineteen. And what you can see here is how sometimes writing can be agonizing difficult business. I think the stories probably roundabouts. Nine hundred words long. But i remember it took me something like ten days to actually write it. I'm because for whatever reason. I was completely blocked at the time and economically. Writing very often doesn't make much sense. If i had used that ten days to work as a cleaner i would definitely have more money from Being a cleaner than from what. I from writing the story. What the story includes is various things that i do when i'm feeling uninspired for whatever reason in order to help me to get inspired in order to help me come up with ideas on so i will go for walk. I used to smoke. I actually stopped that now. Michiko's adds to my difficult difficulties and staring at something. Green not just green wall aura or a green table or green cut or something but staring at plants. Don't know why but it helps me often. And so in the past i would go for a walk. Sit down have smoke in sarah plants and that would usually find that was quite helpful and when all else fails and i'm sitting in front of the screen. Nothing is coming out then. I'm afraid to say you know. Probably find this quite disgusting. That i tend to pull at the hands of my eyebrows. Pull at the has on. The tips of my is Which is a revolting habits. I'm but does sometimes help Because in order to stop the pain. I forced myself to write something down. There are other times when writing stories much easier. I'm sometimes i've i have a clear ending in my head And it's just the difficulty is finding the way to get from the beginning to the end and then it's a little bit like a jigsaw puzzle. Where you know what the end result is because he could pick on the box so you can see how what it should be is just trying to find ruler pieces and put them in the right in the right places. I'm sometimes so i started story. I have no clear picture the ending. I might have one or two ideas words sentences. That seem interesting to me that i want to play with And then the story is more like a jigsaw puzzle where you don't actually know what you'll building because you don't have picture you just got to pieces and you're trying to find some sort of logic to it and put it all together and there's are harder i think sometimes the results That's i'm quite happy with inspiration quite happy with the end result of inspiration. But i remember the time. It was very very difficult writing something that doesn't interest me. I'm i find very hard. There are people. I know who can take any topic and Wipe off an article. I kind of envy them. Because that's not really a skill that i have. I need to have some sort of interest. Either in the the thing the topic itself all the person for whom. I'm writing because a lot of the writing that i do within the company that i work is about products services or projects and what i need always have to do. Try to find a way to identify with the people or topics that i'm writing about and that's not always easy reading the story. I realize that. I'm actually quite rude about a lot of the stuff that i end up. Writing for cool purposes really horrible example corporate speak. I run across the other day. Let me just read it to you. On large portfolio of digital solutions helps organizations automate optimize and future proof that business to achieve new heights of performance and dry sustainable progress. Let's write the future together. I mean this is just awful. It's football garbage. And i'm afraid to say ashamed to say i've created stuff like this and i would just like to apologize if you've ever had to read any of it. I don't really know the answer is to making corporate speak less appalling but what i tried to do. More and more these days is to write about the things. I'm asked to write about As if the reader didn't work in a large organization and hadn't been surrounded by this kind of verbal garbage for years and years and it's quite difficult sometimes because you become so used to it and sometimes it's easier you can switch off your brain and produce these sentences foot of words like digital solutions have future proof and optimize and automating sustainable. But i think actually that is just really a form of pollution. And so i'm trying very hard to cut back on that and trying to make sure that every time i write something these days that i'm making it accessible for somebody who's never had anything to do with these kind of topics in the past. The other thing quite rude about is fantasy novels. And i grew up. Call order the rings which lord of the rings something mica thousand plus pages and. That's quite small if you compare it to the output from horizon. Gm dot in for game of thrones and whenever i go to a department store i'm if i make the mistake of going into their book to pollens i was find it enormously depressing because there are hundreds and hundreds of these fantasy novel theories And may i suppose is because i of course have my own novel in a boston. Drool cold face on a passing train and my novel includes action in four different countries hunt for a missing person. Schroer sacks murder attempted rape burglary marital. Problems reconciliation corrupt. Policemen sensational ought discoveries blackmail sanction-busting fights chase and i managed to do this in only two hundred pages so these three six point nine pot saugus have millions and millions of words in i. Just how does that make any sense. So this puts me off Trying to publish a novel. Because i think he's just gonna be drowned in the sea books and i would find that friday upsetting because you grow attached to your level when you've written it and you compare the thoughts of it being just just disappearing without trace amongst everything else in the end though inspiration of quite difficult to rights and i actually had quite a lot of fun doing so. I'm and i particularly enjoyed writing the parodies of this fantasy novels in my own fantasy novel hallandale. The chronicle of wind and i found funding enough. I found those passages came really quite easily which gives me an idea to everybody out at. Tell me what you think. Should i write a complete version of hallandale. Chronicle of wins so that you can find out about the adventures of bora dole. The manager the evil wizard effluent. I'm you can put your comments or voicemail messages online new websites and you can find the link in this podcast post so until the next episode of behind the bottom line. This is james. Scofield saying goodbye.

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MTV's The Challenge: No Time to Die

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MTV's The Challenge: No Time to Die

"Hey i'm leah. And i'm ali and we're sisters who watch trash tv together and this is spilling cistern. Hello everyone welcome back to spill. It's history. podcast. You are here with leah and allie. Hey guys welcome to the final. We made it the final countdown part one. I guess this is kind of like a purge is what cam said pretty crazy. I know it's. I'm just so excited that we're here it starting. I feel like this was very much like a little baby. Final like it didn't feel like anything was that hard. They did some running eating. But we eat for yourself compared to like other previous finals where people are just like dying like leaving in ambulances and stuff like so far. It's been pretty tame. Yeah i think what makes us when appear tame where but really wasn't where the weather conditions which will get into but it was pretty intense. I like we've had a lot of instant karma the season i feel like that's also come full circle. I feel like some humble pie was served in. I don't know if it's just the producers or just the challenge in general has occurs over it of like if you do something shitty it's gonna come back to bite you in the ass or if the producers just like. Have a way of manipulating these situation. No i strongly believe it is the challenge. God's pay you back like bananas had this on him. there's been some others like you re. Oh and the challenge world. Yeah even philip tori earlier this season when she was calling the girls like you know we gird whatever just talking shit about them. Yeah the answer for that. Like an look who is in the final for amber lake. One of the ones that she was talking all that mess about. It's just all come full circle. Lots of full circle moments. Let's start off with who we hab in the final and who are final. Couples are okay so because last we had a little bit of a shake-up as you remember Vesey one in the hall brawl against kyle and of course chose to see o'casey who was just elated to be with her bro vesey who she loves his worked all season and you know she's just filmed so confident to be with him and before this episode aired so in between last week in this week cam came out and said that she strongly believed that casey through the last challenge so that she would be up for grabs for fetchy to take her. Yes i because. I didn't listen to the challenge. Podcast or whatever until after we recorded and In her interview dots. Her leroy are both pretty convinced that that's what happened that casey threw the ball lake rolling around hamster wheel. Competition is the one what no. It's the one where they were down. Below in the volcano. And remember all my gosh like noni just yet hasty and we were all shocked. Which i think i was just so happy for noni. I don't know why logic didn't set in and be like dub. Because casey wasn't really trying i was just like me. Manati is really getting it this season. We've seen her workout. Maybe she's not smoking as much. And i was fully on board with that theory until i watched last night at the so no like I don't know that like she purposely thrown out. I don't either well. Yeah because she was struggling with the running. I mean yeah i think she's like explosive like she is a football player i she played in a long time. But that doesn't necessarily mean you have long distance endurance. You more jets can like explode and be strong and things like that. So i don't know it's an interesting theory i i'm airing on the side of if kaman leroy think that's what happened. That's what i think happened to. I'm i'm with them. As much as much as i love casey but she gets shady shit this season in. She's going to have to answer for it. She didn't come out looking very good. I'm not gonna lie. No and i think that's what's great about people. Coming back season after season is because really like what she what. Casey got away with her first season on the challenge which was last season. She's never going to be able to accomplish again. No she can't fly under the radar and just be this like silent like bad ass. That's really good that nobody really targets because they don't really know her like now they know what she's capable of in like have her number and so it'll be interesting how she has changed her game. Yeah her strategy is definitely going to have to change and later on at the end of this episode. We can talk about who has apparently gotten calls for thirty seven and who has already been released from thirty seven oo alright. So we have vesey in casey together We have leave roy with me and that is really just such a full circle moment like we're now sweet. You know the way i mean. I think they've really played up on like their friendship. And it is crazy that he started in the whole. Mtv world on real world was it new york no he. They were both on real world. Las vegas together or las vegas. Yeah and they started on got together and now they're ending his final season in the final with nani lake. That's just so precious it is. I love it but i do hope that we see leroy on all stars in the future. Maybe like season four. I think he'll definitely get an invitation. Back it'll just be whether or not he chooses to come back. And i think whether or not like they get married. Have babies quickly or what. That time line looks for them. Because i think once we roy becomes a family man. He's not looking back. I agree with that. Yeah and i can respect that too for sure. And then that left by default ct with amber which was just kind of you know going into episode Like i don't know how i feel about this. Like their t been a hot mess. This whole season just like being a hothead and kind of being rude at times and then amber is like all over the place and she's dramatic. And but i mean pretty quickly we see that like this is a good pairing. It and i think it's because they are so different. It's kind of like opposites attract. I think that they are going to be good teammates and this. It's probably good that they were not teammates before because they have they would have gotten thrown in a million times like this is just kind of like the perfect storm for the very ending. Yeah in. I mean they talk about later on like how t's really good ed- puzzles and math and things like that an amber is really good at like the you know endurance parts of things like they really complement each other. Well nasdaq crazy. That how it worked out in both of their favor as we see the episode. Like you know it's just it was good timing for them lucky ducks and then corean cam. Finally after eight partners corey has had eight partners. This season do you know that that is the loest partners. Anyone has ever had a challenge. Season cory broke history. There you go get some kind of challenge notch on your belt. Good job without the one you want. But you know that's the one you got. Yeah so accept it. Take home the award. He's lucky to have cam. And you know. I wouldn't mind having corey on side. He's pretty tough and strong and he does a good job. He's the season. And i don't think that chorea somebody who is going to blow his lid on you. I don't think he's going to talk down to you. I don't think that you know he's gonna do grade. You a final is like he was just going to tell you like keep going. Keep pushing so that's always nice to have to in these situations. Yeah he's a good cheerleader. He's you know he's got the dad vibes go. Yeah total dad vibes So yeah those are four partnerships going into the final and everyone's just like super excited to be here. And i was kind of with vesey where i'm like. Okay y'all get you're excited to make it to the final but like there's a lot ahead of you like i just. I was hoping that people weren't getting to like yeah. We made to the final. Now we can chill like no the finals gonna be frigging hard like i was straight out of them. Yeah i mean that's always kind do this like they have a party night afterwards. Because then maybe you'll get a day off before they have to. I hope they did. Oh my god partying and then they have to wake up and go do all this crazy stuff. I know forget that. But yeah i think they probably get at least one day in between yeah total bad asses and i love it. They were playing. I'll give it dan. i'm bad reputation. I know while. I like so cute. Good music good music episode. They did not job that all season. We've had really really good music. I did love that when they were at. The ice dome is noni called it that yes. All of the women are standing around. And they're talking about how this is the most diverse cast of women in the finals. I love that too. Yeah that's a meeting just with everything we've been through this year. It's like good job. Challenge for having a diverse cast enough casting these bad ass women. Yeah who can represent. And i just i was i love the womanly camaraderie allowed the diverse. Camaraderie i loved it. All and i think it is really a good group of women. Honestly i do too at. None of them have been really catty with each other. You know like they see on each other they get like we're here to win a game but was gonna degrade one another so. I really like that as well. And they're each like bats in their own right like they have different ranks. And i just. I love to see it i know and our yeah. I love it kind of couple. You know each scene we get a couple talking about either going to be so great in the final It's like going pretty well and amber doesn't know how many wins c. T. has which girl have you never watched this show before like did you binge this show. I don't think people study like they don't realize that's actually important to know like you can legit like have that. Be apart of challenge to like. Yeah no you're challenge history and yeah. I don't think people realize that. That's what episode to challenge. All stars was their daily was a trivia on nothing but challenge history and it was hard. It was really hard in the line. Killing it yes. Did you watch it yes i do i. It's only had there been to observe three. No just two. yeah. I've watched that you episodes so we can guys But yeah yeah you know. She's like he's like how many how many of you want us like three. So like you're kind of in good company. You know kinda know what i'm doing here. Just nobody wants to listen to me. Because i'm the old guy who used to play for t mobile sidekick to always with the side gig and then easy everyone just like like shooting jagger's with their is over at casey and fethi because they're so confident they're like we got this shit like they just really believe in their heart of hearts that like they are unbeatable that they are to just like such strong competitors like this is their final. And it's like yeah when you go into it with that attitude you just kind of setting yourself up for failure because you're gonna have parts that you're better at and not as good at like your unique to just i mean yes be confident but like also be realistic and know who you're up against two and the fact that only saw part of one final right he didn't see did he see the whole final last season. I don't know why it seems so long ago to me. I cannot remember in casey. Did she make it to the full final season season. No she wasn't in the final did not. I don't think he did either. I mean he made it to the final but he was al early on. I can't remember why i no. I can't either as feels like a million years ago. I think it's because i've watched so many seasons that i just can't remember what the hell s he did last season. It wasn't relevant. He didn't win. But my point being. Is that vesey. And casey have only been in the challenge. One season prior to this. So you need to calm down. These files are going to be. Nc t mentioned that it's a great point of like you can be as fast as you want but the checkpoints are the equalizers not all about how fast you are or how strong you are like. Sorry neither one of you that bright when it comes to puzzles so no. Don't count it in like we totally got this. I mean it's not like you're gonna go in and pull wrestle or hall everybody all the way through to the end and that's what their strengths are. This is why. I don't a smart for them to be a duo in the final because they had the same strength. They don't complement each other. And that's the issue you need going into a duo final and like i don't think anyone would be in a good partnership if it was with vesey like Partner i he's awful like anyone is going to be with like your frigging screwed. Honestly haney has no idea how to work with people who doesn't have a backbone. He needs somebody who is a great runner who can do everything and he can just kind of boss them around and they can't get their feeling like that's what he would find a way to mess that up to. I think i probably now. There's no winning this i. I don't wanna see him back. I really don't i'm either. I'm so over him. Oh yeah so. We get to the final and tj said snow that there is a hurricane approaching. Yeah and this is kind of like a common theme through al. This whole episode is like this crazy wind and literally like people are having trouble standing up. you had. They're trying to do all these challenges and he was talking abou On that on the nec tori podcast. He's like that is the worst weather we've ever had for. A final event is challenges. Jury and i'm like damn it. All it was was wind like you have to think they've probably been in will last season they were in snowstorms. I mean they've had thunderstorms. I'm shirley really crazy. He and had this was the worst weather they've ever had because of these crazy winds so i wonder if the hurricane ever ended up hitting or because at one point he said where at the tail end of hurricane so i wasn't quite sure like if it had already passed what that meant. Yeah i would guess like it. Hit a different area. And then they just caught the like the outside band asked with like the really high winds is what i'm guessing. They were right there on the water. Like you see the right next to the coast. So i wonder what they would have done it. They had to like call it and say look. We can't like we can't have be out here in a hurricane. I mean they probably would have had to delay it. Yeah or just not the prizemoney. It'd be like i mean if you live then this is what happens and you get more money and so are you willing to risk it or not. Oh my gosh. So their first task is to run three miles. Fuck that check point one and this was like not really even a run. It was more of like a hobble. Rided knob break. Your ankle was the challenge like it was so it was such rough terrain and like people are getting annoyed. That other people are walking. And i'm like you have to because otherwise you're just gonna fall if you just run straight through it you're gonna ankle on something like that's so stupid but unless you're festive because this type of rain it's made for his body and he can just hop from rock to rock okay frog like i don't understand how like this terrain is made for your body. That doesn't even make sense. But it is it made for your partner's body because you have to run it with her. That's what he does not understand this entire season like that. It's a partnership note like t. j has never said once in this entire season partners. Don't matter now it's an individual competition like the only time that's been the case has been in eliminations other than that. It's a partnership. So i don't understand why he doesn't get it. I don't know. But i knew when he was going on on how great the terrain was how he loved it. It was so good for him that it was going to bite him in the ass eventually but leroy is right behind him honestly like the whole group is pretty with each other when they all get checkpoint one it's not you know it's not like super obvious i mean you have the order that people arrived or whatever but it's not any big crazy difference. No i think it was. Everybody knew let's keep pace for the first one because we'd you know it's three miles and we're going to have to run more we don't know how these checkpoints are going to be and this is only day one. Tj that very clear like you need to survive day one so you do kinda wanna pace yourself for day to right did you love. Tj's jeep when he rolled out to the first checkpoint and the jeep with a it was like black gold skull on top and on the doors. How did i miss my god. I don't know. But i thought it was so bad ass. I must've been looking down taking notes when it happened bad. You'll have to go back and see it. Yeah it's like right before checkpoint one you see him like driving into the checkpoint get it. Tj how many like different crazy vehicles have. They had. This season like the red helicopter. I know the scourging. There's been so many different like awesome vehicles that they've used for this season. I love it. It didn't top tj on a jetski but it was still pretty cool nothing will be double 007 seven tj. Like ten minute. Montage of him out on the jetski. The best thing ever out was so at checkpoint one they have to go back again full circle. That's what they should call this. We're back to the beginning and we're doing the very first challenge where they had to run up this hill. Grab this dan. What is it called catechal. Absol- memorize the colors and go and detonate their bomb. And this was way you would think with less people. It's not as intense as the first time they did it with all the people. Yes this felt more intense like the city and higher and everyone was just like ready to merck each other to get that frigging capsule. I know and i loved it. They let the guys go. I i was interested to see how it would play out because in this when you going up the hill you don't really need to be the first one to grab the capsule brew. Memorize the order. It doesn't really benefit you because if the minute you grab it everybody else's fighting you for it so you're not able to view what the colors are anyways. You're just trying to keep hold of it. So i wouldn't have sprinted out there to be the first one either. Yeah it is a very like because technically you could just like all the capsule and stare at it and then whoever memorize it. I but like it's like who's going to be the person to come in and like try to shake it free and like jacket away from someone else like it's very much a targeted competition like if someone that you don't mind winning or you don't mind like you know i guess getting close has You might not do anything you might just look at together but like yeah. It's c. t. And vesey then. They're going to like wrestle. Each other and that was so frigging great to see like see was ready. He's like police. Come at me. Like i am so ready to kick your ass. Well i thought that's how most of the guys were doing it like c. t. and cory c. t. and leeward holding there so pulling it back and forth but they were holding it and then bessie comes in and tease. You've messed with the wrong one today. Like you're about to see y. I'm the champ. And i think feci was trying to feed his ego again. Nc like ooh. Could i take ct down. Because you know he's an old oji not like me being the new g and c. t i flicked. Cat saw a lot of fight in him. I don't give a shit. How big you are no. I mean he is taller than him. I don't know that he's like wider than him or monthly but like he's definitely taller in so you would think that fast each just by sheer mass would be able to like shakedown. Ct because no no. That's not what happened at all and a fussy really. What are you trying to prove here because we all know. You're not great at puzzle. So what does this is do. Well anyways wasting your time. Why c. t. is memorizing it and that's exactly what happened c. t. goes over there put it all in. He's like check. Deejays like yeah. That's right i know it was. I mean that's who i figured was gonna win for the guys again. Then we get to the girls and these poor girls like heynen standups before the thing starts. And i'm like oh my god but then i guess they kind of waited for the wind to die down for a second and they went and i mean this was pretty scrappy to and you also. Yeah ember taking out her anger on casey during some of the parts because it was like you fucked me over like we were supposed to be in the big brother alliance and you didn't follow through with that and so she kinda came for her Yet i mean. Do you blame her. Because i don't like that's what she gets. No i was. I was happy to see. Honestly casey casey she just. She made some bad choices. You know the reason when cam called her the female version fest see lake. Cam isn't wrong here. Like we've kind of see this play out to be true. It's just casey disguises. It better than what he does does he. Just doesn't give a shit. Yeah which you would almost prefer someone to be honest about their ass wholeness. I hate pretending like you're not one you know yeah Yeah not good not a good look. But casey goes in in puts in her stuff gets check and it's wrong and like i'm like damn. There's nothing worse than that because you have no idea what you messed up. You just have to start all over again. Yeah that would be so hard and if you go the wrong way you know like what if you memorized it right to left but it should have been left to right. And it's not like tj says like. Oh you have three wrong. Are you have four wrong. Or they're all wrong. You just don't know you're just wrong and now you have to but i will say like that's a common thing in big brother where you have to like memorize something like in an order and then you'll go check and then they'll tell you wrong but you don't know what you got right. It's kind of a common theme that they do for different competitions so she was probably kinda used to that. Yeah in a way. But it didn't really matter because amber was apparently super frigging fast and she won not only for the girls but overall for everyone she had the fastest time i think the told her like the first six colors use the same capsule. Yeah i do. Because i had it. They had it in that briefcase. So it's not like you could really see what your partner was doing. But because t. has done this so many times i think he probably memorize it and just kept saying it over and over in his head and then when they got a chance to go over there and switch he probably was talking to her and probably said like you know roy deliver right. Yeah and so. It's like well if you have the first six or whatever you just have to work on the last half because how does she get quicker than ct you know. I don't know that's a good theory. i like it. I think she's she's like i won. I'm like yeah little me. He had told her at least a chunk of a. I think so. Okay i think the prize she got though was It was bullshit. She literally just got to choose if she wanted to switch partners which like she a good decision of non switching partners right and then was it. I was like you're not going to give her a two minute. Head start to the neck right checkpoint or something like yeah it was it. I will rely in past. U2 ride and tj's jeep to the next checkpoint with your partner early or just say like at the next checkpoint you'll get your prize and she doesn't have to eat the testicles. Lauren you know what i would have been like no blood. I don't know those testicles. I think i don't think i could do that. That would be. I could drink anything and just pretended to smoothie. And plug my nose. And just chugging it you have to bite into the testicles in shoot the testicles like you just pretend ball just pretend it's a meatball or a dumpling. No it's not it's testicles but you don't know feel like they're just saying that but that's not really what it is. I trick myself. Yeah you do you have to trick yourself and be like ct like it's just a bloody mary. Yeah yeah with real blood this so now they have another two mile runs. They just ran three. A god did this crazy. Tackle beat each other up challenge. Now they're gonna run to more mile so this is where like your body's going to start breaking down on you and they were like on the side of a frigging cliff ryan and so it was getting more and more dangerous. I felt like in you. Just see like vesey pushing and pushing and pushing you know casey and she's like trying to keep up but she says like i need to pace myself. I need to slow down or whatever. And he's just not putting up with and he's not doing it in an encouraging way he's doing it in like a belittling way case case. Come on come on had. We started drinking game. Every time vesey said case dame we would have all been wasted within five minutes like it was so many times it was it was a lie and it was very annoying and it was not helpful encouraging and again like everyone still pretty much all together like didn't matter if you were you know two steps behind someone in front of you like as long as you stayed with the group. I think it was fine. Yeah i didn't understand that either. And they were like okay. Do you wanna pass. And so people were passing each other constantly to take lead a cd said it. It's a marathon not a sprint. And so you don't win by winning individuals checkpoints. That's not gonna win this final. So i didn't understand like why he wanted to be the first to every single one again. It's his ego guys. This is just going to be shitting on fasi the whole entire episode. I don't know what else to tell you. I was so disgusted with it. Was yeah and it gets even worse so we finally see the big moment where fethi or casey falls down and you know it seemed like just a little trip at first a little slip up but apparently some shit went wrong with her knee and top down lady yes. She knew immediately lake. It was bad and she just got so emotional. And she's like. Oh bessie like. And i don't think it was like fethi helped me. I think it was like sorry fussy. Like your fuck too. Because it's fucked like i feel bad at that moment. She felt bad for him. I don't know why And fussy is just like sitting there and you can tell you just like pissed that this is happening and it's like will you created the situation like had you let her go at the pace that she needed to go out then you wouldn't be here so but all even got yourself all even take that a step further okay and had casey sade with leroy. She probably wouldn't have tripped and fell. Because i would have never pushed her like that ever know. I had that exact thought too. I'm like she should never have switched from leroy like she screwed herself. Yeah i mean. I do think regardless of if casey had thrown the competition. If casey hadn't you know gone up to vesey and said hey like seal me away. Whatever like vesey would have stolen. Casey without her consent unless she won last week's final passed challenge last week's challenge. Yes which she probably could have. You're right you know what i like. I am not just credit. Can't at all you know. Like i think cam probably did win it pretty well but i think casey could have pushed harder. You know but. I mean maybe not. Maybe she's not good at running in rocky terrain. I don't know there's so many options in so many ways that this could have played out differently. I just think that at that moment. When she was looking up and calling out for her partner she was regretting that it was not leroy standing over her and that it was festival get her with his dumb ass phase just being pissed that he had in his mind. He's already lost the final so he has no need for her whatsoever. None none at all in. She's just like such a trooper. She's i mean. I don't think there was anything that was going to stop her. Like her whole leg could have fallen off and she would have been like. It's fine like just give me a crutch and i'll finish like yeah. He was like wrap it up. I don't care like luscious. keep going in. And so we know with following her on social media that she's had surgery Over this and she had like a big long recovery. I think she's still kind of in recovery. I mean this is still affecting her to this day. yeah. I wonder how her unfussy are is friends after this moment. I wonder if they've made out now. I don't know. I'm trying to think if i've seen them like hanging out together. I mean casey with josh. But i was gonna say which is another one. So i don't know what's like dig more into it and see how this plays out but everybody gets their key and then they go unlock their buffet of a leader of blood and ram balls and it was like a sheep. Head ahead yeah. There was a lot going on there and the like fermented shark thing was back from orcher. Challenge all kinds of gross stuff. An what's the what's crazy is that the majority of the people here have already eaten this stuff multiple times in previous challenges. True so i don't think it was that big of a deal to them except for like amber feci and casey like the big brother crew. Those are the three that haven't really had all no corey corey because he throws up so much. Quarry has had all of this to multiple times. He always pukes at up. Always every challenge. You see corey eating on he. He's just pukes. It's disgusting knows he's like play the barf montage and like this was just so this was too much i was like i did not need this. I literally covered my screen. I was like. I can't i really don't wanna watch this right now. Why did we need to in reverse. You know it was reverse play reverse play. I don't see it going back into their mouth to then come back out projectile style. I don't need that. I didn't watch that. I covered my screen. I was not interested. I was like when. I stop hearing barf noises. I will tune back in be watching. This watt dt's like everyone weeks off line. this is truly normal delicious. I eat this every day wing on so we get seat or we get casey and fussy hobbling over. I know everyone else's probably like halfway through eating their shit and casey's like i'm gonna keep going because they're gonna let me go. I'm going to go so like she starts eating and bessie just decides that he believes that she's not going to be approved to be able to keep running in the final and so he's not gonna put his little fragile self through eating any of the food. That was the choice he made. And casey was still irritated. She's like they would've medically decode me. If i couldn't go on and they didn't so i can go get to eating come on and i just really loved when lee recalled him a pussy like i just loved it. Yeah i literally woods clopping bank you. Someone like call his ass out he is. I mean he was just being so awful. It's like even if she doesn't have getting d. Queued right after this. Like she is doing her part right. She's the one who's gotten severely injured. Like you do your part. You do the bare frigging minimum. What's the worst thing that could happen to you. You throw up like cool. Get over yourself in somebody online with asking like if he choosing not to eat this because he's a practicing muslim and we've had this conversation before and we talked about this on krause to and he ate in lashed challenge that they had like this right. You know he. I mean sure he could use that as an excuse are no did he not eat it. What what did he do. The torture one. Yeah did he eat it or did he. Well everyone just kinda gave up like there was only like two groups that were competing so many he didn't but like he would have done it. If casey was fully capable of continuing the rest of the final right like you know he wouldn't have just not done it. He wouldn't have quit. The i mean why. Come on the show. You think he not eaten it and then quit. I don all this i mean. I don't remember a time seeing him like really hurry and try to eat something. So i don't know i understand if it's part of your religion you're also saying when you go on the show like you're saying that you're going to be eating disgusting shit like it's not going to be. They're not gonna make exceptions for you based on your religion and i don't think we can assume because it's just like any other religion where maybe you practice certain parts of it but not other so like we hear just assumed that. He practices that part of their religion. We have riot clue. So i mean sure if people wanna make an excuse for fethi go for it but until he comes out and says. Fyi y i had my own personal religious reasons. Why i didn't do it okay. Cool like now can use that. Excuse i guess but like he has yet to say that so. I'm not going to be over here making excuses for him. No i'm not. excuse it all. I just thought it was interesting. That people brought that up. And i'm like. I mean you can bring it up you ahead of time going onto these challenges like hey you could potentially have to eat things that you wouldn't need every day and are probably not going to. We're not give shit so right. Yeah this was so incredibly frustrating. We eventually get to amber and see he winning again. They're just like steadily at the head of the pack throughout this whole entire thing and they get a sabotage they get to give one of the other teams like a whole new new plate of food of desert happen. 'cause it's like obviously your immediate choice would be fascinating casey. But are you going to do that. To casey like i would. She's already like busted her kneecap out like i would feel bad. I wouldn't i wouldn't because they haven't felt bad for the shit that they've done all season long. It's now we it fully exposed that it was not a big brother alliance. It was a casey infacy alliance and that's whose backs they have it. And i don't give a shit that your partner pushed you and you slipped and fell and he doesn't care. So here's this play. And i would do it to try to get them to quit because then that's one less couple that i have to worry about. I get the logical side of why it makes sense to do it like my heart. I don't know. If i could do it i do it. I would i would. I would not do it. And then i would regret not doing. You know 'cause. I feel bad to do it to either of the other two other couples. That are there because it's like well they're in it you know. They're doing everything they haven't been shitty to me so make it worse for them and like do i really wanna see corey. Throw up again you know. Well i don't know and to me. I'm just like you have to think about who's your biggest threat at this point like at this current moment in time. Who has the chance of beating you in this final and basi. Casey has broken only now that she has her knee popped out of place. It could possibly be the only the only way that it would be. Cam is because of puzzles. But like i don't know that corean cam we're going to have the endurance that the amer- well so i have choice it is. I mean it's either gonna be fest. Fussier casey or cam inquiry. I wouldn't give it to leroy. Because i don't know that it's going to really affects them. You know like they've behind every checkpoint. So what do you have to lose their. Yeah exactly yeah. I don't know this is going to be tough there talking it out. We'll see what happens next episode but this was just a great little amuse bouche to the big final. That's next week and we get a new little surprised many reality show sprinkled in with next week's episode. I know i love this. I wish we would get this more. So i don't have to fast forward through commercials. I could get like a for one. Yeah it's called match me if you can and it's by mtv and pepsi mango because you never know what to things you can put together. That will make the perfect match for me. It is not pepsi. I do mango. But i'm not a pepsi drinker. So i won't be trying that. Yeah i find that to be strange Strange combination and doesn't necessarily make me want to drink it now that they've given me this show but hey i'm thankful for them and i'm super excited that lawrence speed from Love is blind show is going to be hosting. I'm like is precious in fabulous. And i'm so excited at this her being given this opportunity. I know it's so amazing. I love it. We're going to have ashley mitchell on. They are which i just. I can't wait to see her on like yeah. There's going to be so much chaos even though it's going to be five short parts. I'm sure we'll still see something crazy. Natalie who was also. I'm big brother in. The challenge will be on their joey south from the circle. Which i want to see joey and ashleigh together. I don't know why i is that it would be a really good combination. Yeah one hundred percent agree. Like i think they are going to match each other's energies. Yes really well. I don't know if it's going to be like too much. But he's also like we saw that kind of like sweet caring loving side to on the circle so this miranda for her eric bigger is like the biggest we hardly ever is that he is from Bachelor worlds like at baba blah. There are a few didn't know toughest patsies anybody else from big brother. No natalie i don't think so. Okay because i think it up there was like three other people they showed and i had no clue who they were. I have So there's one that was just on the most recent season of Are you the one. Which was the season where everyone was sexually fluids. So you didn't partner. You didn't know if your match was a male or female Ks something in sorry guys. I'm pulling up the list right now. oh my gosh. Why is this article help. pull right now what. I can't with the pop ups. Kyra no kylie kylie smith. Joey's from the circle kyra green. Who is yeah. that's what i don't. I don't know who that is. She says she's a singer. She's from love love island. She's the only one who i'm not slightly familiar with. Okay do gino hairy. No here josie. Okay so hairy was on hot. Rosa called too hot to handle too hot to handle. Yes and him and francesca. Were like the hot couple. Coming out of that show had a big falling out. Apparently he was kind of a dick to her and yeah so he. He's just like he reminds me a lot of bear. You'll see yet. His guy. I saw i thought the exact same thing told me i was like. Oh my gosh. Why does he remind me of bear. So that's yeah. Which like. I mean obviously not like the terrible things he's done recently but right you know just as far as like his funny like silly british energy and like just playboy lifestyle. That's very much a hairy. No i mean. I would be very surprised if he left this show. Actually finding a match with someone for hates Who else do we have on yekeh. She's really she's so sweet. She's like one of the most down to earth people who's come off of the bachelor franchise like she's just very like silly and relatable and she just kind of like word vomit sometimes she just. She's a hot mess but we love her. I do wonder if her and eric have not crossed paths before. Because i could kind of see that working so we'll see but yeah definitely shipping joey and ashleigh for her. I just think that joey can deal with crazy girl. Energy and ashley has it. No you know i just. I think that that would be good for him. I don't know why and her. Yeah i agree. And just something to think about natalie roti and Not only new. Grody and kylie smith or both out as well. So natalie as pants. She says she's pan sexual. Leave kylie says bisexual so that attention to female pairing as well right okay. Something to think about. I can see that so. Yeah i'm excited to see that. It said that the show will be on like in the commercials but then like the rest of the show the future four episodes or whatever are going to be on youtube yet so we'll have to watch it and do little chats at the end about it because it's only for next week right. It's just one we. It's only for next week. Yeah so i mean. Hopefully they'll have all the episodes out by the time the I keep wanting to call it a tell all the reunion out and we'll be able to just recap it all in one. Do we wanna talk quickly. Who is supposedly allegedly in quarantine for thirty seven. Yes so if you do not want to know who is on season thirty seven go ahead into now now and this is not final. of course. it's not final. Until they're in front of tj all alleged. Yeah so it's not a for sure thing. I did see that they're supposed to be filming. End wasn't nova scotia. I think who. That's fine yeah off to look again. But i think that's where it is okay. It's old though nova scotia. I think it just depends. So i don't ought to look again. I could be wrong all look again. okay so here's who have that is will be in quarantine. Naw our girl donnie. Nice nile said nice amanda. Do you remember. Amanda ed and Yeah whoa she hasn't been on in a while and she's had a baby since then and she was engaged and found out the guy was cheating on her posted all of it on instagram and then like dumped his ass it was really great. Yes she's like she scrappy she's various scrappy. Maybe she's calmed down. She's also a nurse to a non is on the list yet. No moment god that makes me so happy fucking messy fetchy which. I really hope they cut him. I hope that they see all the feedback that we're giving everybody's giving like not liking him and not wanting him and then they'll be like yeah. No you're good bye. Yeah one hundred percent Live i live devon cole tori good ashley. She is still actively recording her podcast but she could very well be doing that remotely. So why doesn't mean anything. I don't think that they have gone into quarantine yet. Okay just like hey we gotta start taking the proper steps like you have to start getting tested. Make sure that you're all good or like getting the vaccine all of those things so they haven't gone warranty yet. As far as i know. Okay so ashley. Mitchell corey which kinda surprised. But i mean i guess. He's got colleges to pay for. Big t j j was eight by. I heard that he recently got nixed from the list. So i don't know no. I know jay anita which i'm kind of surprised about i thought like once she got a taste of all-stars she wouldn't wanna come back. I think she's like never going to give up on the challenge until the challenge gives up on her. That's a good point loves it. so much. dr. Amy josh awesome. Loves the it this girl i don't know she's attorney from survivor. Romania and i see her name. Is amy her. Last name is a. l. u. p. e. I so i in her name is what i maybe. Em y so. She was on survivor. V romania an x factor. So i don't know you har- crazy hair-color yes like blue and different colors okay. She's a romanian musical artists. Oh okay they always throw some ringers in there a jew and then they find these people. His name is mark byron. I do not know who he is. He's from the uk Mark byron. yeah so. I don't really rather uk or yeah. Okay that makes sense said kay. I'm kyle is also in quarantine which i'm down for. Omar byron got a nose job. Oh he's also really Fig onto the veneers. Yeah he He definitely like goes to see. Kyle's yeah dr There's there's a guy named kells and it looks like. He is an athlete out of the uk although he kind of goes back and forth and he was on too hot to handle season one. So we've got alot. I should know him. Oh yeah. I recognize him yeah. He's a cutie. There are so many. I like no way they all make it. Ed rather run with a lot of random does. But we've been kind of saying that we need some like fresh meat up in here. So ed from the circle. Do you remember him. Who came with his mom. Yes i do a so he is supposed to be there jeremiah. White from love island season two has gotten a call. Kay my gosh. Ceo many newbies. This is what we need though like. We need them to be single ready to mingle party. Like i needed all mish. Michelle fitzgerald on. Maybe big brother is what it looks like. She because janelle follows her in some other big brother. People follow her michelle. Fitz-gerald ring a bell. She doesn't like say who where she's from in her bio Survivor okay. i would not just said. Michelle's from survivor millennials versus gen x. It's set it on there and she one now. This is a different michelle survivor. That's different michelle. Sorry that michelle wu will be on there. She got a call as well as casey. But this michelle it's m. i c. h. e. l. e. That's what i'm looking at l. Show is has michelle fitzgerald. One l. is the sole survivor of survivor row. Coa wrong okay and masao. The shell shubert. Who was on american. Ninja warrior and former castaway survivor. Thirty three is the other michelle. So we have to michelle's which could get confusing and they're both survivor. Michelle's yeah and so. I mean there are so many more but like it just goes on will be here all day if we talk about. Everybody is pretend they're all just rainbows. Yeah i mean like amber be is on the list priscilla from love island uk. We don't know her. Jay said was released from quarantine There are some guy named gobbo who is from warsaw shore. He looks like the next turbo. I have no idea who he is. It's going to be interesting to know. Guard shaq turbo carbo. That's cracking me up. I don't know so there It looks like a very broad range that like. Maybe it is a fresh meat. I don't know i like it. No i mean it may be like the. Ot's are going to be outnumbered by all the new people coming in. I think that would be great. I mean why. Not you know your. Maybe they'll do it like war war the world one style. Where like there's all these rookies and then you have to pick a vet or vice versa. Yeah so that would be so awesome. Yeah so dating all anything else to discuss. No that's it. The circle is back on net flicks. So we've got to start watching that and we need to chat about all all-stars next time. Yes sounds good will. Thanks for listening guys. We will catch a next week. Bye thank you for listening to split sister. Podcast with and leah. You can also find them on instagram at spill sister podcast for all your reality. Tv laughs head over to spill it. Sister dot com to catch up on reality. Tv news in find. Elliot's merged store can't get enough of the podcast. Joined their patriarch to get extended. Episode exclusive recaps and spoilage. Before you leave. Don't forget to draw a five star rating and subscribe to be the first in the know about the latest episode.

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WandaVision Episode 8

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WandaVision Episode 8

"This episode of nuff said is brought to you by tweaked. Audio get awesome headphones. Good tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code southgate get thirty percent off free shipping and a lifetime warranty or you can get there through the link on our website. Southgate media group dot com World of cape some riddick's gods and monsters there are those who stand between us and the unknown horrors that lie just beneath the surface are they which is are they scarlet witches or are they always the most evil of the agents of sword. Here we find out nuff said i'm your host. Charlie the professor and with me as always is mask rich fran. It's mas aim. Welcome once again. Back to the show to the penultimate. Take a drink or take a episode of wanda vision. Oh man yeah. Season one episode one embarks troubling journey raising her pass for insect into present and future. A director of course is degrade mack. Matt shake matt jackman than his name. Matt chapman director of writing credits. This week are for lana. Laura danny gets written by jack. Shafer of course gets are created for television by stanley. Jack kirby girl. Wanda maximov graded by credits. And of course. Roy thomas he is the creator of the vision. It's not altron no matter what you said. Although he actually had helps. John bush emma as well jack shafer for of course is the head writer as one of the creator. Pierre cameron is our executive story editor along with blowback for johnny. And mackenzie door so they will get a promotion this week. It sounds like Mega mcdonnell laura donny. And kaman squires are just are good old hardworking staff writers over there at wanda division. Okay so this episode is another great episode of the series in an episode. That really you know. Obviously a lot of people are going to be walking into this. They're going to be saying that. Gee you know You know clearly agatha along and list her evilness richard. I'm still matching bits. And i very specific reason. Why because i get the feeling that we're doing misdirection in the very first opened up in santa match like a happy by fender. Well you know what is because in that scene they say oh but she killed her and her coven. It's like well the entire coven. That was trying to kill her. All died and i think that there is this question of did she kill the coven or did the covid died trying to kill her. I was absorbing all of their powers. And i think what made me What i thought of in that moment was oh so. That's probably what she wants from wanda she wants to suck out all her power so she can become more powerful eater. Mattie we joke because we hope can alert. Sorry but the thing is i got. I get the feeling that it's a little too on the nose and it's a little too presented a certain way the magic is saying. Hey look at this. Doesn't this look like a thing. But really like i said. This is a situation where these other witches were going to kill agatha and essentially what happens is they are shooting their blue magic at her and then her purple magic comes out and essentially defensor now. Here's the question. Did she drain them of their blue magic or did they exhaust all the energy. They had trying to kill her and it killed them because even africa agatha is still talking to her mother. Saying i can be good and it is just as idea that it doesn't seem like she is trying to be the villain. It seems like people are now. Yes she is. Lying will actually. She's not lying because they're saying you stole magic above your station and she says didn't break your rules. I just made them bend to me. Which if we think about our current mystic protagonist doctor strange. That's literally what he did to keep didn't break the rules. But he decided to use various things including the time zones to give himself the ability to and again. i guess people's wishes give himself the ability to study more. Been more the sourcres ukraine. So i get the feeling that will everyone is looking to cast agatha as the bad guy. I actually think that what we're seeing is true that she's there but she's actually literally just to learn. I got the choose like a hyena. China's steel piece a leg meat from the lions via. That's a possibility. And that's that's the truth it. We are one of the things you know. There's been a lot of talk of including shagman thing you know. I'm i feel really bad because a lot of people can be so disappointed all these theories and all these ideas. We didn't do any of that. I'm sorry you know or at least that's what he says out on you know but You know i still think you know. I still think that there are the mysteries that they do need to solve right. They didn't we didn't get any monica rambo in this episode right. No monica rambo. We only get the big reveal with With hayward at the very end and again. That's what i said to me. If anyone is the villain it is hayward is the villains. Because hayward is clearly manipulating wanda it. When they have their meetings do see that we actually see and then we see that manipulated. Everyone else was what actually happened to that meeting. Absolutely but i always got the sense that he was just getting the job done telling people what they needed to hear. So the job done and i think at heart doing it for patriotic reasons for reasons me might be misguided. I don't think he's doing it for evil reasons. I think he think well he's doing it for the right lease. Yeah i mean. I guess that is the you know i mean. That's the classic question. If i do bad things but because i really wanted to be good because i i have a good but this is i think when you use the word evil. It implies sort of like you know well. You're doing something bad here. I think it's it's again much like maybe agatha. That is a bystander. In this situation you just have to deal with the only way he knows how. Well i think that the situation is that literally every supervillain says it's for the best you know doctor. Doom doesn't want to be an evil dictator even though he is just. That's the only way you fools will listen you know. And that's that's the thing it's like. Yeah when you say evil you think of like you know people. Robbing banks raping and pillaging of thing. You know you you don't you don't have like a justification for that but for like i mean maybe i'm not i will say as a as a fan of cowboy narratives. I will tell you that the gentleman bankrupt robber is a very real trope. And so the idea of the guy like i can see as being able you know. Well i mean yeah. A bank robber could be thoroughly. I'd i'd say more evil than what hayward is doing. If he's doing it with the intention of saving humanity well but that's the thing is he doing it for the intention of saving humanity. Or is he just trying to get the bigger bomb and that's the thing it's this is what i said and this is like to me the real money after the snap was people trying to figure out how snap worked how to re snap and how to snap other people when they get your way later to have a snap gap if it were and for what it's worth. I get the feeling they were doing a lot of snap research prior to this because the price because of the device they had at the end that is able to essentially take wanda's energy to feed it back into the actual vision body and that part was a little goofy me. I mean well you know. But but that's i mean first off. It was a little weird but it it shows you that essentially they knew enough about these energies that they could pull pull this off of something. That was residuals. You know and you'll remember that the they actually had some of these digital energies on What's your name Monica's close to that they also had stored away but they maybe they didn't have the device and put it into yet and that's why they and literally what they like. Okay because i don't want to get to her head but really from what we've seen this. It seems very clear. That hayward had a plance hayward's plan was to get wanted to use her powers to reanimate the vision so that the vision could be used as a sentient weapons against superhumans against any Against his enemies they might be you know and that is the fence. Just the idea that you know. He clearly knows enough to to get this person to do this thing for him that he knows enough about the science of it that that is what he's asking now that's why that's his job. Well but does that mean he. It's like this. You know if if i'm a gentleman bank robber rubbing thanks is my job. That doesn't mean i'm a good person. That's your hobby. You don't have a job no no. if you're if you're robbing banks that's your job to show up at the at the bank with with a gun at the danger of your freedom. Well not compels you. Nobody compels you to manipulate an omega level. Super bean sure to try and get them to create another level. Superbeing are like the united states government. Compel them to do that. While the united states government told him to observe sentient weapons. You know to do a job around the idea of sentient weapons. that's all. They told him you think the rest of it was his. We'll know exactly his method to do it and his method to use a manipulate wanda. Because for what it's worth. They didn't even know wanda was coming back. And when you're talking about like the kind of beings that can create whole world that can you know you saw the snap. I don't think that's an overreaction. That thank hey. What are we gonna do the next time. We better prepared next time. So that's why i said. We directed by savvy. Very i can. I can see snap technology. I can see major studying of the visions body because he was at ground zero on a snap and he's made a vibrant him which absorbs energies. All of these things is perfectly logical within the framework of we have to understand stamp technology. We need to be able to be prepared for the next snap. And maybe even create a snapping device right but not a weapon eleven is i was literally to create to bring vision back online and that is where it gets to be. The that is a violation of what he what his well. I don't know if it is a violation but to me. That's when he actually crosses the line and that he's specifically says you know this violation in fact the actually even suggest So he lies to everyone on his seen. Say wanda stole visions body or though to be specific what i believe what he actually says. She broke into the sword building. He edits the footage to make it look like it was an aggressive action. And then this episode we see it was not an aggressive action although she was very frustrated and she does open the door herself you know. Just to assert dominance on it Although again i do find that interesting parallel again with monica rambeau being made to wait when hayward noser there knows what's happening but is intentionally putting them on their back foot. The difference is is that that the only reason wanda isn't going in is because she is being polite showing. I am not a crazy monster. I am actually a sane woman who wants to understand why what they're doing with my husband's body and to that extent there is this idea that because she really goes in after they've authorized to go so at that point she doesn't break in she literally just walked in. Yes she forced the door but the fact of the matter is she was invited in at that point. Unless you're gonna say the was actually damaged. You can't really say that. She actually did damage the door because she literally unlocked it same way that if she had a key could've and locked it you know so really on. Every level hayward is spinning narrative to other people which ford it's worth also puts them at a disadvantage in solving the case because it does look like he is literally trying to recreate vision. Which is you know. And you can say that is his actual goal or that is his obligation but he is doing so width out informing his mates of what the what they're trying to do or even with informing word. Oh but you know what. But that's what i tell you. that's bad management. I don't think so. He's getting the job done. You know gotta really not really. He got cost in town and it only happened to because they want for years. They've been trying to get back online. But this guy on it. We got vision back online. Man we'll no actually. This guy has been mission accomplished. This goes on it for three years at this point right. Hey any vision back online. Only you know again. I'm not convinced that. I don't think i don't think you can honestly argue that. His method was the most practical. I let say the actual best method would be to reach out to wanda and to say you know we have visions body. We actually think you could help him. You could heal them. Sure so you have this power. We would like to do that. You know and that might have actually looked at you. Know what we cut like. Riyadh got his vision He has a vision. It's probably gonna be all truck probably better that well. Yeah 'cause it's a nonsense weapon basically He's he's judson that he can quiet and click except again as i always say the problem with a is an ak47 can't pick itself off the table and start shooting people right. You need a weapon as bad as as as as that sounds. I mean i'm still firmly of the opinion that a being of that level walking around is is way bigger of a threat than a and it's perfectly understandable to consider that person such a gigantic threat. That that lying to your teammates would be acceptable to accomplish a goal which one vision or scarlet witch. College is okay. But see i okay. That's fair that's fair. Let us simply say it isn't the super heroic way and we can. I your not leave it at that. You know that goes with your ear putting sand in your face kind of technique. But he needed. But i don't wanna get too bogged down at the end of the episode because we actually get a lot at the start of this episode including We get the the first implication that wanda did have powers before that she actually was able to cause a heck a probability hex unsure that an untrained person but just with so much magical potential that she caused the bomb not to explode. You know and that is the because as as as is pointed out you know stark bombs. Whatever else they do they do explode. Even the one that did land in didn't go off immediately next to tony star in the movie does blow up. you know it didn't detonate impact. Doing we know that after wanda left the area if it blew up or not well issues still just a theory. Saying hey maybe. Is that all. Because because agatha specifically says it's a probability tax activists says so we all right fair enough. You know so. She is basically observing this. And i'll end to this extent. You you actually also have that first thing where agatha is trying to understand and this is where i get my point of. I don't think agatha is doing something malevolent towards wanda. She is being. And the way i like to think about it. It's like if you're dealing with a very dangerous mentally ill person but that you had to deal with and the thing is is that sometimes you've got to force a reality test on them. You sometimes have to talk them through things but at the same time the assumption that she has. Here's the thing if you just wanted to steal her power harav however she hasn't locked in her little dungeon and she says only i can do magic here and but it's clear that it's not just just want the power. She wants to know how she unlock the power because as she says how do not know the basics. How do you not know that. These rooms only i can cast magic in the circle. It's clear that she is trying to understand what's going and i don't think it was. Just thirty. has gotten their hands on this power. Which is something. She has probably been seeking for a very long time. But here you. You don't even know what you're doing. How does it end up in you get it belongs to you. I mean maybe. Or maybe i mean. That's the thing if you want to assume if you want to miss something i tell people all the time never assume the negative unless someone is being actively negatives. That's what it looks like to me so i'm not a red. I'm just saying that's what it looks like to me. Well yeah and to me is the storyteller is say. It looks like someone wanted to see that someone wanted us to see this situation in this negative light. I could be completely wrong. We may get. A cackling really was yellow on high. Magnus mayan evil blah blah blah. That could be how they ended I just think. I don't like i don't think agnes is the big bad. My adults will either. But i think it'd be easy to relegate her as a side story that allows you to be occupied with something so you don't see who the bad guy in the background is doing the other things that have nothing to do with her intentions. Yes i i have a theory of who is really behind west. You really behind everything that happened and why want to really doesn't understand why it happened. And it goes back to the episode we saw of. What was it called Now in color. Which is is that when wanda starts to express her pregnancy her power structure france and things start happening that she can't control and the thing. Is that when that happened on me which it was largely suggested that this was tabitha. Was doing that. Tabitha the baby which the unburned which was the one who was making her powers going this fritz but it was this baby within our and that leads to the secondary question which is was wonda pregnant before the snap by vision vision has called bentley has sold us has a penis it is purple ended magnificent. He sets own pope exactly when specifically says yes. He has a penis and had an interview. Joker that like serious comment. Well he's tell you from what we've learned about disney. They're very specific about what you're supposed to end not supposed to say i'll bet knee also said he's looking forward to working with this actor are now it's looking like he really meant himself. So you know well you know what but the faction matters that still hasn't been revealed fair. I'm a big fan of the that it's actually dick van. Dyke going to have a little seen with him. That would be interesting now. We pretty cool. Yes that an informed. It's worth you know. That might be what it was. Here's someone who said. Oh well who would. He have been wanting to work with his own. Life is it probably would have wanted to work with dick van dyke his whole life. His dick van dyke is an actor that as a young man you would want to work with And he has worked with dick van. Dyke in this so really the idea that he independent might wind and defend he was. They revealed that he came down to the he was an adviser on it. The idea of them putting defended into a scene. And for what it's worth. It's one of these fun. Little bets where You know when you talk about the luke skywalker seen. They can do that very easily. With dick van dyke because there is a lot of dick van dyke video out there that they could put dick van dyke into a scene and digitally refurbish him. I wonder if that's in black and white. then it would be in color. Must be obviously right one. Imagine so one could imagine that you know the characters shows up as you as wanda's spirit guide you know any number of things that could put in there and so something like that really does strike you as that could be awesome. But we see in the series so anyway so my thing with billy and tommy being preconceived which me and his thing you even still put it on wanders magic or the power of the mind that these beings both powered by the mine stone both in this moment of whatever whatever their sex life is create something within wanda but of course this happens like a week before we see them in bed together a week before the snap and then we know that. It's only been like a few weeks that we know it's been exactly three weeks after the steps so we're about a month into this pregnancy. Which which would be why. She doesn't know she's pregnant yet but then as soon as she realizes that you know again five years in in snap space her and whatever child she in the vision had created in whatever those cosmic background radiation x whatever that cosmic background radiation space energy. They come out and now she is there. She's having this emotional thing and this thing within her is also having that emotional moment and that is why when they go to. So if you haven't seen the show. I'm sorry for jumping around. But so we have this thing where where we ended. Vision had bought them a plot of land to build a house and essentially at this moment. She has this massive breakdown. This massive emotional moment where overpower unleashes. Now what is interesting about. This is that of course. Billy kaplan is one of the written. As super mega omega level mutants omega level beyond the most other newton like franklin richards who is also argued to be the reason time slides in the marvel universe that time kind of moved out a very linear half for the first few years until sue storm gets pregnant with franklin and then immediately time search to grind to halt and starts to slow down. And that's when we start to see you know the time moving differently and things kind of going out of order and the universe sort of having to readjust itself to this omega level mutant who was conceived and is now making the universe to his identity and what he wants to be and in this situation the idea that oh the first thing that little billie happen does is bring his dad back. And there's also the theory that you know that the mind stone because the mind stone powered wanda the mind. Stone didn't disappear. When sap it just a physical embodiment disappeared but its energies. We're still within the universe. And we're specifically house within wanda and so to recreate vision in that moment and for what it's worth clearly is the real vision because they make the point that hayward is tracking the decay rate of vibration eum. And that's how he is tracking our that becomes a question of identity and self. And what makes you you. You know if she just conjured up more by brain eum you know borrowed the particles from neighboring to facilitate this thing and she creates this bahraini. Nothing is the the conscious. He has no memory of being an adventure. He has no idea. What an avenger is well. The the the idea is this. I think is where we're gonna have the difference with the two visions. Is i think that this. And i've said this before. This is his. Oh s this is operating system. But because it's not his hard drive he doesn't have his memories but it's the is the algorithm that created him. It is the program that creates him. It is that's now on the vision that we just saw reanimated by hayward that's all of his memories but i don't think you can have personality without memories in operating system would just be you can't have sent the in an operating system. It's just instructions. The personality in the sentence comes from relating memories to each other creating connections that way. So i mean well but he but but again. That's i think that i you know. Comic books oh sci-fi so we have some some some leeway into what i wanted to say. Well what is what is sent without. Memory he clearly has sent chance and he has an understanding of self in place in time. And maybe it is very basic what west view. It's none of it. Yeah certainly that's believable. But but to say that is the real vision. Is that a leap too far. I think what it is to say. Well i mean if you get him. Usua- you lose your memory but you're still you arguably anyone who would you think. Know you well. I mean i would still think i was me if i knew i was right. I'm turning esser okay. I guess he does know who he is. Yeah so if i'm wanda you will members wander. He remembers west. He knows he and wanda living west shoe. He doesn't know how they got really arguably wanted doesn't know either right. That's and that's what's in bugging him. Is that dissonance between not knowing why. I'm acting this way. But i'm supposed to act this way. I love you wonder. How did we meet blah blah blah. This and that's it is haunting him. Yes wanda has more memory than him. And he knows it and it's bothering him but he doesn't have his full memory but i think and again that's why i think i think that's what's The white vision. I think when. I think we're going to get this little for original head in his original body right. Yeah so it's only be in. There is what you're saying exactly so when they need am either real vision or the real vision and i think he's gonna say i remember doing this. I remember what conduct. I remember the battle in the dust. I remember i remember well. But that's the idea. Is that really. Now here's the question if but here's the thing is that if they're super powered visions. Are they going to fight. Or they're gonna logically just say well. Clearly i have that you're you have the puck but i'm missing. What if we just phase ourselves into one another and just become one big again. Oh that sounds like a good idea. Let's do that. And then sorry people go home. And then they go. And say so now mr hayward you did a lot of things here that was not very nice of you which would be a very anticlimactic ending unless there's more to come and that's always the thing and my thing with billy is billy was the one causing is that we do see that that is when wanted can't control diligent anymore because billy is gaining sentence like when billy i just an emotional level triggered tests in his mom in the same way that a baby might kick and she feels mom gets a craving or mom has the urge to nest as they said. You know then. It's just the baby making her body do something that she doesn't conscious silly. Want once the baby is stretched to calm starts to gain it's simpsons now the baby's making things happen and then the me flipping the controllers When they were the kids are sitting there playing video games that controllers kept going through decades and phasing from time to time to time from nintendo controller to an xbox controller to know. I think that actually literally has to do with wanda extending the hats. And that now there's so much energy being expended thinks he walks up all these things are happening and he comes up and says mom. My head is really loud. i don't know what to do. Those things were going crazy in that moment. I mean it might be. It might be this fact that that he and his brother having this conflict and that's causing him to have trouble controlling things to and it is just this and we'll actually notice that you know when we get to the malcolm in the middle episode. The halloween tackler. It is actually. Billy who does the first fall break. You know i mean there are so many levels on this that we really we really have no idea because someone is broadcasting this. That's the thing someone is. It'd be one thing if it was just a fantasy world within the dome but it seems to be that it is creating this specific signal out and editing the signal to a certain intent. Yes and we don't know now. And that's the thing like maybe want is the editor you know. And that's you. That's an interesting idea that which we think. Tv show there are all these people who work on it. So the is a director and a producer and a writer and editor who fits pieces together for whatever reason to tell a story and that is who is the editor. That's really the question. We don't know who the author is should want to ask. Who is the editor. And maybe that's different ex character. You know maybe dick van dyke is demand saying oh that would be. I mean there's so many things you can do with this and like i said dick van dyke. He's still a very active and stri. Nine hundred seventy year old man. I could absolutely see him showing up in here and it would be a really great cameo just to have that Another fun fact in this because of course we get that first scene in cova when they do. That's the first place they go back to the episode that they're watching of the dick van dyke show is it may look like a walnut and this is a reference to an episode of dick van dyke wear essentially dick van. Dyke has a horrible horrible dream where the earth gets invaded by by by aliens who take other people's shapes and that sort of like. Oh well that's an aim arresting relationship to these secret invasion. We know that it's coming this even invasion. That may be a part of this because we do not. Because i mean a couple of possible. Zeros right i mean. That's the thing as i they could. I mean really hayward could be crease. And that's a whole other thing. I mean that would be the big twist as hayward reaches out to crazy central command so their nazi then i would say okay. Fine he's evil or just doing what's best for the cre- galactic empire rhetoric but if the character of hayward would be considered evil because he's not representing the those that he's representing publicly on the old like he's for the world but but that's not that's not that's not in this case who like he's working for so it's like in that case then it would be like he'd be a double agent then he knows he's doing something wrong here. I don't think he knows he's doing something wrong. Writer i mean well well again. He thinks he's doing. Let's say i won't say that he doesn't always doing so. There are also. He thinks he's doing the right thing. Right right right. Where whereas from a relativistic perspective of what's right for us versus what's right for them from our perspective. We're looking at it in that sort of a lens. I don't think he's evil but if he was working for them then from our lens he would definitely be evil. I would although that's also that's my favorite door memo quote or quote about burma. Which is when doctor strange. First encounters door mammo. He says he is evil. But only by our mortal moral understanding of that word and of course door. Mammo is another person who has been brought up in this because gorman magic is purple and was described as dark magic and it is. This question is agatha a natural conduit to the dark dimension but east but does that mean she's evil and that's that weird that is that weird middle ground because you know as as i will point out all. Magicians use the magical cypher. Ac and in fact in recent things they have doctor. Strange invoking ma'am who left and right so using that magic that energy. That's just a tool. It's not whether or not you have. Is that whether or not. you're using. That toilets how using that tool in fact as was out the injured one was using that dark magic as well. And so i really feel that. Is this idea that there is this magic that is not bound to a moral structure that people are utilizing for their purposes. But that other people get real judgmental about that. That's not the kind of magic you're supposed to use but that's the magical that spoke to her. That's the magic that she could feel and see around her. And so like mordue. Who is a villain in doctor. Strange and is looking to stop magic users. Her coven is like more. Do they see someone who is using magic and isn't following their rules of magic. So they're going to kill her that she in self-defense. Kills them arguably perhaps is just the outcome that had to happen because she was just that powerful of a natural natural adaptive a witch just like want but one is even more. So 'cause wanted is literally describe it which that this is a legendary which run mom that before. Well in the comic books it sometimes now said that i mean it's very that she was like the power crown was on her head. She has the blue power crowd. yes and the. The crown seems to be a magical sign of importance in the which community and as people pointed out that after agathis after agatha after atkinson's mothers dies because it doesn't have the crowds crown is something that you don't just get it's not just power wise. It's what makes me feel like she's terribly jealous of y wanda has this power when she thought it was hers by by right of by birth and by liking. What what's the klingon term for taking what you kill you know but the thing is if it was going to. It's a question of what does someone really want and it goes down. I mean forty it is. It goes on to wishes emiko something. Those seven deadly sense. Are you here for jealousy. Are you here for nvr here for gluttony because you just want more and more. Are you here for pride. For envy's for anger for wrath. What are the things that are driving. And if what is really just driving you is honestly knowledge. Which maybe that is it. Maybe she is just trying to get knowledge. So that's the so. That's what put best motivation just like. You wanna put on hayward wanna put of patriotism and doing the job that needs to be done. You can put on agatha best intentions of just wants to know what's going on. Wants know how she has this power realizes old. Oh you're you're basically living atom bomb and you have no training whatsoever. This is a bad combination. Oh and you just made another little atom bomb. Because he could tell he couldn't read knee and he's like way more intuitive than you ever were. And like you think you're this kind of witch but really this little guy is so much bigger and this guy is young enough like a young like a property. Unlikely to be able to train. So i think that there is an aspect of this because it's not actually killed the children. She clearly didn't she didn't make them disappear. She captured them and even now she has them as situation where the the children are being restrained. But she's still trying to talk it out with wanda that's why i think there is more to it than that We do have her having her interaction with the minds. Of course that's what she sees the vision of these scarlet witch. Very house of 'em designed start which which. I'm sure we have a lot of people make that point that she's wearing a skirt a very long skirt which was a house of 'em designs because she was royalty then so she had her princess count although interestingly only met wanda in x. men days of future past. She was also wearing a princess. So more ex. You crossovers there Now we do get the fact that she says that Agatha says that pietro is ca trump's. But this is what's interesting about it. She says it wasn't neck mansi because his body was on another continent and full of holes but she still calls it a crystalline possession which is interesting because it suggests. There's a person there that she is possessing. When he's being her eyes and ears and also note she says is in ears not mouthed what patriots telling her is probably what was saying. She's just listening. She's just listening to it. So she's doing this crystalline possession. Where she's seeing to fee atrios is in years. But that's really true. In that moment tristan is going with the other universe theory on that which is which is a common idea. And there's a lot of reasons to think that's true and we will probably find that out next episode because unfortunately we don't see how that scene between fiu tro and Monica results after. Monaco looks in the basement can see the magical vines and also has her own is trend violet. The same color as intro shows up. Yes what do you want to say. Tristen as As she while while she is distracted coughing to warn the of pa. Tro actual might have had some Knowledge that maybe had a bit more free. Well since you busy with wanda wanda right now. That's a good point that basically when he shows up and says creepers gonna creep. That might have been literally just because you know what agatha's busy. She's not controlling patriot. Although again we don't know that she ever was controlling aside from just putting you in that scene and like like. He says he's just there to do what his supposed to do but he was brought in. He knows what his role is. And what it's worth that's kind of classic quicksilver in his own way. I mean quicksilver can be a jerk but the idea that he is not well. at least. It's it's tragic experts quicksilver. We'll just we'll give that caveat thing it's far more something it developed in the x. Men that dickman Tv show. Is this idea that you know. He's not looking to build or destroy us just looking to be there and again. He says give his sister grace. But this is all about grieving. And this is all about wanda's processing of her brief and arguably if my theory holds true billy's processing krief of having so much taken from his life should have been. Because you know who knows. Exactly what we're dealing with here. I mean does. He even have a father to to think about what he knows. I mean maybe he does. Maybe that's the thing maybe you this idea of. Oh she has that they're tracking biennium but also within the concept of the story which literally says their is the vision they have inherited you know. He's made a vibrant They have inherited Six skip like literally six suggesting that maybe the vibrant neom that they're tracking is actually bringing that is somehow within billion tommy or the vibration within wander from there many times together that she has been able to restructure. I mean like exactly what it is is is open for interpretation. Now there is another theory. Interesting is a big fan of the story. Is that one. They bring when they bring a vision online. He's actually going to be old trotz. That would be amazing because altron could be hiding out in. The internet somewhere had found his way to squirrel in there and do their building a body might as well get in that and also to be fair when ultra destroyed vision is the closest like structure to jump to and he might have been two weeks dominate vision but he could have always been running in the background. And now that visions that visions s.'s. Gone it could be the oestron operating system. That now is searched self marino and we you know so we might. We might get a little thing where it is a review. That would explain why they're fighting because it could be like actually no. I'm not you. James spader listed in the imdb for this episode of lissi yet haven't listened. Dick van dyke yet either. They like intentionally. Don't list people on the. They like a very control. Disney is controlling. If you haven't noticed out man. Although i could see that being an actor he's wanted to work with no he did work with donald james spader a little bit a little bit and they they worked together but you know. They didn't have a lot of big scenes together. They really only had that last seen at the end. But you know so yet. Like i said i mean it might just be him working with themselves but it also think that. That's you know. First of that. Sound like i never thought it would pass Clearly all you need to be is wacky twins tonette shenanigans show and get to work with yourself. I mean i don't think he meant it with any sort of you know heartfelt emotion. It was just a joke to play with people. I think that's what god. I say that. But i wonder i i would love her to not be too out. Honesty disappointed if that is the case. i'd still laugh because it is funny. I appreciate the joke. But i would appreciate a off much more yet. Another shagman did he. Did this whole big thing. Only so sorry that you were disappointed by the by the aerospace engineer at the same time he never denies that the aerospace. We've seen the air. You never denies it. You just sort of plays into. Oh yeah i guess good. There was the aerospace engineer. I guess that was very disappointing. Sorry about that which doesn't even address. Okay so even. If governor was aerospace engineer issue also trump. Is there more to this story than the new told so again. Don't remember juhu master of close up magic you know. Don't don't forget how important jimmy woo is in that story in. Close up magic and misdirection. Because everything is misdirection story. And i really because again as we saw with hayward the whole point was to misdirect the scene to present facts that direct people in certain way not necessarily to inform them of what's really going on and that's what my takeaway on the whole thing demi final thought something. That's absurd miles. I think we. I think we covered everything. We've covered a lot. Mas and there's just a lot to get through and there's one more episode to go third rumors that it was going to be like an hour and a half long or something. i mean. that's the theory they've officially said. It's only gonna be fifty minutes okay. So that means it's gonna be like a half an hour twenty minutes of it's gonna be it's gonna be a little bit. It's going to be a slightly longer episode airport. I'm having whatever they give us quite frankly and devoted. I don't think there's a lot other semester resolve is not really it. Seems like we're just gonna have a big paddle the battles going to happen and then we're going to decompress on the battle but or just going to give us like the appetizer to a big battle. That's coming and then just say i you know. Wait till doctor strange. 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ep 021

The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

1:00:12 hr | 2 years ago

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"Welcome back to the discourse. Ladies and gentlemen. Highs nuts here. Mike how you doing buddy? Fantastic mabro. How are you? I'm not bad got out through today. Yeah. Good day. Thanks for inviting me. I wish I could have made it you don't play in the snow was working as well. When you don't. So. But no, I did look like I was inside. So I don't really know. What it looked like? It was nice did play wasn't. Yeah. It was it was thirty degrees with some assurance. So wait, we now, not even breezy. Nope. Nice conditions. Yeah. Couple of T pads a little icy but good day me and Francisco through. What goes? We didn't even keep score. You got tags. It no I'm getting them. We'll have take shortly soon for the year. Yeah, I'm trying to get some people to prepay, but nobody wants to do that. Now who on your Cisco Francisco de me if he was eleven to eight nice he'd beat me eleven hundred eight under. Pairs of gloves. How many towels and I know none of that. I didn't even wear gloves that not even Sal towels. Yeah. Tell my tell soaking. You know, all about why don't play a lot of a lot of like, I see snow, but t pads are clear, and yeah. Chains. Chang'an birds Chirpin that sounds good. Sounds good. Yeah. Also, hit the velodrome this morning too. Rent a little warm Brown up ran a little bit practice. My shots and stuff like brain a little bit like ran around the track. Yes. I did. Not cool. Yeah. I did. I know look skinny. Absolutely ran a mile today. Yeah. I did. I did sixteen lives on the track. It's a it's an eighth of a mile. I ran one walked one room on walked on. Nice. Yeah. I can do we do actually have some content for you today. We've been not much has been going on lately we've been struggling for not struggling, but we just haven't had much to talk about important stuff. But we got wintertime open. It's been a few weeks. But we're going to bring you the wrap up of that last time we recorded a it was just finishing up. It was like in the final round, then the Las Vegas challenge. And the memorial is going on right now yet as of right now just finished up. I mean, like just finished up the lead card just finished. So Simon jot lozad fourteen down today. Total thirty under par eagle man right behind. He was thirteen hundred today for twenty eight under science Elmore. First year on the tour fourteen hundred party day total. Twenty six Yali store at twenty two with Ricky sake autumn who Scott whether's is let's see here on the u disc it's from Albany, New York twenty one under par Paul MacBeth right behind him tie with Jeremy calling vile Braithwaite at at twenty down. Nice. You know, your defending champ not defending champ like he just one Las Vegas. Kelvin heinberg is nineteen downtown. Why don't we why don't we start with the wintertime? Yeah. You want to go back. Yeah. Because once we talk about the memorial. We're gonna have to go right into the live cuts just day. I mean, that's just round two. So we'll get into live coverage VS go after after my sports report here. Yeah. All right. Well, the forty first winter time open presented by supreme plight. February fifteen to the seventeenth the oldest disco, of course in America in the world, actually. Grove oak, grow Pasadena, California established in nineteen seventy five by your boy steady Ed night over nineteen or nineteen thousand eighty two players. Paul MC breath, Beth I tournament with this craft central coast coverage, which I did check out a little bit of lookout. Good, man. Watching my disco this year. I think I've actually watched more than you think you have. And I'm very proud of you. I'm very proud of you. But well between nineteen preseason is over man. The forty first wintertime opened his officially in the books, of course, located at Hunga park in beautiful Pasadena, California. The euro disco courses the O G oldest permanent disco, of course, in the entire universe. As we last heard on episode twenty Yemen. Cheers to that. Twenty one here. We won't drink to that. The discourse is not old enough to drink. Okay. Now. Let me explain just in case I confuse the team tell them what the beer was though. That's usually my cue. Isn't it man? Hit is. Cheers. All right. We're going back to dark horse just because they're such a reliable brewery today, I got Belgian amber style ale because well, I love ambers do they're delicious. This is no exception. Yes. Judd what he loved it. He loves it goes, not even having one. I got him. Something from shorts. Got juicy brew ale from shorts four point two zero percent. You got it isn't champagne it is. Yes, it is a little champagne. Wake champagne, I'm not that big on as but I I like champagne, but I like it when it's gone flat a little bit. It's just like the flavor of it not the bubbles of it. I mean, just not when it's freshly opened. You know, it's like so much carbonation. I'm I'm down for it. I like I mean that the two three times you're just having a good time to drinking champion. Absolutely. It's always for. It's it's a celebratory booze. I will use it as such. Yup. Yup. Inside interrupt to there. But we had to get the beer in there because it is up so twenty one drink to it again. Okay. I do like this year too. This is my second me. All right. So let me explain just in case, I do confuse the two there's ten sixteen rated Austin Hannam Perry. Oklahoma who had the lead of eight down after around one. And then there's Adam HAMAs. Ten thirteen raided honesty. You're going to call them hams. It could be hands like to be wrong, though. I'd like to be wrong to and I will argue that hell of you. Either way both had impressive second rounds. Adamant eight down Austin nine bringing his lead over Adam to four strokes and strict at a six stroke lead over crafts, Paul MacBeth. Then round three boom explosive ten sixty five right around from Adam is and Paul MacBeth. They both shot twelve down Austin scrambles, but still manages a respectable six hundred par. Adam ass- takes down the win at oak grove at twenty five down plumbing Beth in Austin Hannam for the tied for second place. Even with man had so fourth-place Joel Freeman v two of those guys mentioned in the last episode Bryan with a Y, Brian Vazza and Norway's heck in Kansas. They tied with Nick Newton and Filo Braithwaite at sixteen down Haakon. I don't know these guys names do they're all from. They're all from players starting to tour. Wonderful disco. More more and more you're seeing Europeans. And no, it's great even more and more. You're hearing about our guys over in Thailand. And having to win, you know, your championships over there to win air to come to qualify for world's over here. You know madness dunes. So yeah, guys really starting to tour. So con- you was the only under thousand a player to crack the top ten AJ Risley's tied with Sweden's Lynn's Carlson for twelve Garrett. Girthy caches that nineteenth behind previously unknown Logan riding at seventeenth just out of the cash at thirtieth place, the Luda Lewis bitney defending champ. Lance brown. Finished thirty eighth the Lou Dobbs the call. Yeah. The Luda tour that's what he calls at least when he's gone to her defending champ. Just now back to back wintertime champion fire Yael, she takes Katrina Allen by four strokes Wease fakers takes third and Hannah MacBeth in fourth and Ellen Wittenoom in fifth that wraps up winter title, one bloom, I'm gonna do that old commercial thing. Very. Yeah. Very practice that I didn't. Through that paper right over the back of his head that worked out, really. Well. So that your wintertime guys, you probably already saw it. But it was still pretty exciting. I you know, I didn't get to watch them that much Vegas. I don't have much for you there. But. No not much on Vegas. Well, Calvin heinberg did. Yeah. Which going around about his shoes now? Yeah. What's that about? You know, does he wishes that are too big for him? That's that's what it looks like to me. And why I don't know winning kid looks like a beast. Absolutely. He's six five like he's tall. And just like all muscle. I wanna seem compared to big germ. Yeah. I'd say big germs taller but having he's like seven. He just. Yeah. He just looks like he's like doesn't like just fit. Yeah. Like, yeah. He looks like he's been Cornfed. Yeah. He's a he's a big boy. Yeah. I don't know. What's up of the shoes, though me neither do does? He just have small feet and he's wearing bigger shoes. Like, I saw the like somebody circled foot in the picture. And like there's topless shots of where it looks like he literally falling out of shoes. Is that comfortable wonder? I guess if that's what you're with him. Does well for his gang finished, forty four hundred par Vegas. That's a tough to grow. No doubt about it, man. Yeah. And then paste in so be in page Verfuss takes on the peo-. Shootout. She. I hall is like three ninety I believe that for soul while horse. I think so. She crushes it out there. You know, it's far as I can throw it. You know, she puts out there like three fifty. She's like forty feet short probably bag putt home for the win. It's fun to see her. When man because she. You know, she's like ecstatic every time, you know. But not in like. Yeah. No. I gotcha. For sure. Now, she's a gracious just flung my pen across the room. I guess I. Yeah. Page, she's she's probably my favorite female. So it was cool to see her wind. Going Jennifer Allen from nine four world distance champion. Yeah. She's a beast. She can shuck she set that up there in those winds though, but they'll sort it all. I know she's still through it. Now, I disc farther than any other woman has to see that competition held indoors. Yeah. You need a big old Viggo ability like six velodromes, but. Like two three even football stadium wouldn't hold that. No. It wouldn't be accurate. I mean 'cause it's yeah. There's you know. I don't know what kind of building. What even even a soccer fields too small for that? No. That's what I'm saying. Do you need like six velodromes? I dunno. I just like to see it in you know, controlled conditions where it's just it's up to you in your your your hand, wrist your arm your desk. And not a sixty mile per hour till and precisely that's still cool. It's still really cool to see. I mean eagle through that cloud breaker like seven hundred something feet the other day, you see that. No, I didn't do it was. I mean, I just thought I was on his Instagram, and it was just a shot of driving and slow MO like not the full like distance of his driving. But. What are you gonna do? I had another pen guess nice trash bag. So yeah. Las Vegas wrapped up a week ago. Also lucky open their doors. They had a lot of giveaways for that. Yeah. Right outside sunset park where the where the amateurs play for the Las Vegas challenge. Very cool. Yeah. No like, the Halloween classic. Is there? Yes, they opened their doors. They had sake is there for signing. Believe out your Gibson was there for a signing two gave away basket. Yeah. They gave away tons of stuff. So yeah. If you guys ever in Vegas. Check him out lucky disc off open their doors right outside always run gambling right outside of sunset park. Yeah. Don't lose. All your money gambling, spend it on. I spy some plastic. Yeah. So the brings us to well just to fill those for those who rely on us their disc off news because I know what happens eagle McMahon took second place at forty one hundred par Kayla Viskhan John van von at forty under par. My my aunt Kevin Jones at thirty nine under he acted like he didn't have anything. I don't have like a full on description. I really only watch the the third round in Las Vegas recently. And I want I saw the me of Kelvin heinberg before I saw the footage. So I was like watching and yet do like all right? You know, we're like your toes bend in your shoe, his shoe goes like like two inches after that gotta just be wearing shoes at a TV because I don't know. Must be comfortable. I know I did look at them. They looked like they were those like really flexi like almost three the Bill, right? Like like, they're almost like rubber maybe. But yeah, it was it's kinda crazy. Like, these some. Go look it up. It's not hard to find. There's memes out there. Oh, yeah. They're everywhere. Speaking means move. We're going to get into the discount to all those guys. Memorial memorial, discussed pro tours first attempt at live coverage. I wanna give shot up. My crush boys of the crush, boys. Dropping both eleven hundred rated rows they were both in first and second to today. Right. Hats out of that. And dude, that's just. Yeah. That must be really to eleven those can change those aren't because. Rounds change once they've been like officially submitted. But they were both like eleven over eleven hundred. They're both going to have unofficial. Yeah. They do change though, they do change once the PG officially like runs. The TD report. It might maybe it's a little different for discussed pro tour events. You know, when I go play a CTO, and I see my rating at the end of the day. It's sometimes a little different week later. Once the TD reports been finalized, okay? Okay. So, but yeah. So the disc golf pro tour. They let loose Jonas. Didn't let them. They're just like we want to bring our production in house at no Johm as they have every right to know job has no central coast. No smash box. No par save. Why no dynamic is following one of their cards. NC that they ought of AJ Zach mountain, Eric Oakley, their their car deployed yesterday dynamic was following and filming that won't be available for few days. But let's just say, it was an absolute disaster too. I mean yesterday, I try to I was home for strength the F P O coverage, which I think only lasted about thirty seven minutes and two seconds. But yeah, I. I don't know what happened there. I wasn't able to tune in for the MTO coverage. But you said how it got a little better? Well, first of all. All right. Nate dolphin. Valerie Jacobs are so cool. I think so they're great value. Jenkins's multi-mm` world champ. Nate Doss is to right. I'm retired. I know I know he's a world champion, right? They have both describe sponsored they are building their own brewery. I think in Eugene Oregon Bebel brewing, if they ever have it available here. I will buy some will be on the air. I'm sure I'm sure we could track down. But maybe they'll send it to their grade is great on the color commentary in you know, they're good. They're knowledgeable and experienced in. But. They're doing color commentary remotely from their home like thousand miles away with a bed sheet with a bed sheet hung up with a bed sheet hung up behind him. I'm like this is supposedly like the grandest stage discovers achieved. Yet the disc off pro tour live broadcasting. It. Even with, you know, the first few minutes you donate sitting there. And he's like, yeah, we're bringing you. We're going to be here for forty hours over the next few days. And I don't think I signed up for this. She looks at him. She calls. I I didn't sign up for the head. And you can see it on her face that she really meant it likes. You. Forty hours of this. It's a bit much for two commentators. Like, you know, even over four day PGA tour tournaments, they they have different. I love watching disc. But that's a lot of disco often four days. Yeah. Especially like Terry Miller, especially when it's not edited in around takes four hours and veils guilty of being like a stall Potter. She just. Yeah. The I I've seen faking. Oh, yes. I mean. Yeah. I mean when you back it up, and you crush it. But when you take thirty eight seconds to make a forty foot putt. But you know, if I can make forty foot putt by relies seconds. I would do it is probably would. Like, yeah. Like cyborg in there. There was another part. So they just cut to a commercial like the most random point. And it was a super commercial. And then they come back, and you can see like Nate and fouth don't they don't even know what just happened. And they're like it's like, yeah. I don't know. Maybe you guys are dancing on the east coast over there. And then fell early over here vows just like, yeah. That was really weird. That was pretty the galley. The gal. Yes, relate music that was using. Fusing? Yeah. What the hell going on here? And then the footage trash after like, thirty minutes. Oh, dude. It was ridiculous. They came back on. I think there was about like two hours of live footage broadcast. But it was a mess. The memes were instant in brutal. Yeah. What I said you like Steve dodge dogging? Then there's the water it's like a pillow fort and its like, shh, discussed pro to broadcast a pillow fort. I've seen I did see that. But I. Oh, man. What is going on here? You know, what I I remember saying on the on the podcast previously. Like, I'm not mad at them for leaving Joe mez because you know, I thought it would be better because I'm like well now Joe mess is going to go and film other stuff in there'll be more footage of more discovers getting exposure. And it just leads all kinds of things. But now, I'm just kind of laughing at him like touch do it without Joe mez. I mean, you know, did you see when they rolled their credits for some reason at the fourth hole weird first of all like nobody in this production staff wants to be acknowledged. In fact, the thing to ever do the graphic. She just like not roll their own. It was weird. It was so weird. It's like it didn't scroll they didn't like flash one at a time. It was like it was like a flip chart. Well, the one I saw was like two names came down in the middle. And then like two names came over on the side. And then like two names came over on the other side yet. That's they were showing all their announcers. And you know, what that's why I don't know. I thought I swear to God it was AJ Rizla and Avery Jenkins doing one I did see sack Melton Katrina Allen. Like either way there's a they're gonna have a bunch of different rounds recorded and edited with commentary pros. But like it was so busy. I couldn't keep track. What was going on? It's a it was a shit show a dumpster fire. Whatever you wanna call. It was a there was a mess. I mean, it's live TV I get it. Like, I'm part of it as well. But I don't know it just seems like they should have tested some of these things out beforehand. But also, I know that when it comes to we need to do this the day before not the day of of that's too expensive. So I get we're all coming from. Well, okay. You work for the Red Wings in the tiger. Well, okay, you go you're on the production. And you know, our challenges aren't that were out in the middle of nowhere with nothing bar ref gear. Yeah. Right. I'm saying, you're production value. Is there? It's been there. It's been a stab. Yeah. You the professionals? Now to string budget. But okay, Mike Mike's on the production team, you can call it. Whatever you want the broadcast the broadcast crew for the Tigers, the Redwings and the pistons piston, and I've not done the lion's game. But that's all right 'cause lately play eight games year. Right. But that's you know, that's the SPN level top of the line. But there's a learning curve for the stuff and one hundred twenty percent. But I did see did see during that little credit. Roll Jonathan van Dirksen, the guy who runs the skip as fantasy league. He was the technical director for that. He used to work for matchbox. So I don't know if they like stolen out from smash box out, Terry Miller or what hey did you see that Terry Miller responded by Connor by? I did I thought that was kind of cool. Yeah. I think I might have been the first person ask where's Terry Miller with the live coverage? And then he was like Terry millage, forty five minutes away. That was so crazy I happen to set murder. Mike also comment. And on that same thread, the what is that? What was that thread? It was just tell you the UT chat. Okay. Did you post anything there? Now, I posted a few. I mean, there's no way to like like or like react to them. So like, you don't know if people are talking to you or not, but right? But now, I dropped some comments thought I don't count on anything. Facebook if you know a lie can come on Facebook. But I'm not like leaving YouTube comments and stuff. I don't normally. But you know, yesterday was kind of a right yesterday morning when I was really excited to see the first round of live disc off of twenty nineteen and it was just right? We kind of like fun of you can make fun of them. All we want. They can make fun of us. Yeah. We have we have eight year studio here, though, high production value, we have eight hundred fans and yet you guys are forcing. Everyone's. Yeah. It was folk from media is does the in house production for the disco too. Or no. I don't know. They're used to do alternate. We'll see if they get better. I don't know. Yeah. No. They did get better because this is all these mess ups word from the it's all learning. Those are the peo- in the morning and then by the afternoon by the afternoon that was better. And then today, it was better today was what I. They it was no smash. Okay. I've literally seen so about two years ago. I was playing it Hudson mills. And you know, what this was actually the first day. We ever did the podcast. No, never remember. Oh, real. It was southern Michigan open at Hudson. Mills was the first absolute Heiser half hour we ever did. But then triple h I was I was coming off. The course and we were behind the card, and it was the am three. So it was an three elite card and a buddy of mine was filming it live. And I was like, oh, I'm gonna tune in. And I was watching a live just while he's filming at pretty much just like pretty much give him a view. You know what I mean? And I'm thinking back at I'm like that coverage that guy on his cellphone using the bad signal was better than some of this work that's happening on the disk off protein things happened. But. Oh, and you know, what we can make fun of them all we want. But one of the reasons I. Didn't watch more disk office that always got spoiled for me. And I've never really like, I don't know. I don't really watch sports. They know what happens. You know, what I inner if it's like eight. But that's happening. Live in front of you. You're seeing it before anybody at home is. Yeah, you're the feed monitor right. Yeah. I make sure it's it's called transmission. Yeah. Mike monitors the feed. Yeah. So what you're seeing at home? He's approving. Yes. It's he's a powerful guy. Here you have you have no idea actually guys have no idea. Speaking of sports, you'll cooking the Michael Blake concert. You're welcome. How about how about Robert Kraft Kraft jet? I'm talking to you over there, who's proper crafts, Robert Kraft. The patriots owner, oh got himself rubbing tug the old. I heard about this. Go get yourself a handy. Rob. Yeah. You deserve it. You're an old man died donated four hundred million charities one two three four five on six six judge target. Our audio tech has got up and left the room. Maybe John dude or building. So you have. I mean, come on ties Bob Kraft, you just when you live at a certain age, you just turn the other cheek and just let them do whatever they want, right. Maybe not maybe take away their license. But right, whatever you want. Whatever you want. What's that? Math. Get that. Yeah. Don't do math. Very good. Or having too much here today, it's up so twenty one we need to drink more beers. I need to catch up to Mike usually I'm the one that's usually on the one that's pounding them back. I had minimum one and a half years before we started recording. Yeah. But this golf pro tour, you'll get it. I'm rooting for you guys. I I don't care. How bad it is. I can go and watch disc off now that has already been spoiled for me. Yeah. I do have a little fun with. But I applaud them they'll get better. And it's to me it's still better than watching a half an hour nine holes that I already know the outcome. So people on Facebook can't keep their mouth shut. Right. I mean, I do like the surprise of the live disc of obviously, and I've been very advantageous for I've been able to watch a lot of it last couple of years. But you know, I definitely don't mind watching how the round Plato like. Yeah. I know you birdie. But like, how'd you wasn't? It was a gimme was a thirty five photo wasn't a sixty five foot or you know, like, even when you I've watched Paul MC that's eighteen around at least four times. Yeah. It's entertaining. Every I've watched this quick cut of many many times like the two minute version of the hour. Long version. It's only twenty eight minutes. Oh, okay. I have you don't have to. I mean, there is the. Each version calls where there's. Versions where it's just him. I wanna say with big germ, and they're just talking about his round. And he's commenting on the old route, which is kinda cool because well, I want to do that myself, right? Right. But you're right. They will get better. I guarantee you buy like the fifth disco pro tour this year. It's going to be like it's going to be fluid. Like, all right. We're going to go to commercial. They're going to go to Chris come back, and they're going to have an open their, you know, everything's going to be Dow. Obviously, I don't know what was going wrong. But I feel like it was like communications like Nate Veld. Didn't know in commercials are coming in. Sometimes it seems like they didn't know what they were cutting too. Don't you think nature get some real headphones? Yeah. Like us like pros. And then also like, okay, except the multi time totally not multi time world champions like they couldn't like they don't have like a trophy case like a room they could have done that in. It was just like I mean for one the sheet. Okay. But then did you see today that the sheet was God? And it was just a wall. But there was part of a picture frame off. Ethics. What is that? Right. That off the wall. I hang up a banner Etima yet table and put your frigging world championship trophies on it who is this presented by descript Annaba auto know, get him a banner I don't care where they're just go pro tour, get them or sponsor by disc craft hangup. Disc graft one pirate, it no guess what? I have to describe banners will send you one. Hook you up to us get contact with right hero. Right. I know you're listening. All the way from Eugene, Oregon. You're having a beer just as we we will try to get a I mean, did you could probably just message on Facebook. And I don't know if he's on Facebook, you wouldn't be that hard to find him. I would love to know what emojis he would respond to you with the crying laughing face. He's a little old. I don't know if he doesn't mode us. He seems like he's hit. Yeah. I mean, I'm pretty sure he's older than awesome. I don't even do Modi's. You don't do Modi's? I mean like when I like I like the phone thumbs up thumbs up. Yeah. I know. It's an okay. Single ball hit everybody with the circle. Oh, yeah. Do you know about the game the game the game? You just lost it. No. I don't know the game. Everybody listening just loss to as the game. This like Penn trip teen. No it was the game. The purpose of the game is not think about the game. Every time you think about the game. You just lost? I think it would be like fight club. Checking back in the nineties people wear shirts and said you just lost the game. Look it up is that an an one shirt or no it was like it was I don't know. Trendy at all this wasn't trendy. This is back in the nineties. But it was the judge. Remember the game? Where you just lost the game. If you thought about the game because he has me because you think about the game you you lose the purpose of the game is not think about it. Maybe that's the intention to just look it up for judge. We'll get we'll get our tuck that he came back in the room. We waited to finish our patriots story until he came back. So. Yeah. Keep keep at it. Steve dodge, the memes will die. Yeah. They will. They will bring us some quality stuff and ULA. It's just temporary. Yeah. Bring some quality stuff people will forgive you. I mean, Joe MAs is going to be fine from not having a broadcast to having one today was definitely improvement. So you're not that they didn't have them last night. But I just didn't see it. So. So yeah, I got some exciting news to about the fella Johm dog is now open for drop 'em. That's a quote day or quote air parentheses here. Yeah. Just golfers canal go in take five dollars to get in like in the other patriot. Or they have punch cards. They have membership packages. And but it's like tiny waiver five dollars. If you just wanna go in whenever. Yeah, it's an athletic facility. So you have to sign a waiver, but you can use the whole facilities. There's tons of room. There's baskets there. You can you know, it's not like a lot of distance. But putters only labyrinth. Yeah. But there's all kinds of cool stuff. Like indoor labyrinth there's elevation. You can throw off of obstacles you can use beers. You can buy cheap bark and watch. She bark will bartender. There's always cool people. So yeah, just golfers. If you're in the metro Detroit area, go check out the Lexus velodrome six zero one MAC avenue, Detroit, Michigan right on the corner of I seventy five it's a pretty cool experience. You know? I mean, it is the ten past punch-card is thirty dollars that's cheaper than most gym. Memberships. And Jim there. Yeah. You can use the only thing the only thing that is an extra charge is the bike trek. And then you need to you need to go to class for that first of which have definitely recommend. Yeah. It's safe. Yeah. It's like it goes up like forty five degree angle. I think that he's got forty. There's some nasty. Wrecks on it too. Yeah. I hear them all the time. We put them outside. I've seen I've seen a few racks not like a nasty one. But you can wear on the outside of it. And you can tell how bad they are. By how loud they are. Because there's literally like, you know, it's like Bleacher style thing almost, but literally all that sub separating us from the people on the bike track is like a quarter inch piece apply say some pride not even a quarter inch. It's like some real thin at better quarter. If I mean, I it's like a special kind there's like steel framing all around it's supported, but the it's it definitely steers the sound of but. Yeah. And then so we did the that's got to be kind of scary to hear this. We did like an indoor ace race there last Friday to tell you about this. I know I heard about it. But I tell you how shot. No. So there's thirty six holes ace's dots. Only as it. Does doubts hitting the basket. Post to. Yeah. Anything about any metal anything above the ground. Like if you slid into the base of it 'cause they're all portable baskets slid into the base of it hit the base that didn't count. But anything above that? What if you slid the post if you skipped it hit the post? Yeah. That counts okay down. But so I how many dots. Do you think? I got out of thirty six SLs. Seven eleven. Wow, got eleven dots. And then there's like there's like three holes left, and I was like I'm going to get another dot. And I'm going to end up getting a dot on a third of the holes out here. Not getting as then next. I finally got ace as eleven dots. One s not not a release. You know, it was only like it was like a thirty foot hole through like some like ex-pm ze. Yeah. But it was just like a long. Tricky putt, not even loan. But is a good time. Yeah. Velodrome go check it out. Well, you can go down there whenever you want. Yeah. Five bucks for an indoor around I play as long as you want, and you can stay there all day. Yeah. Well, I'm free next week lot. So I'll play indoors if you want. Let's do it. Let's do it. Yeah. We'll sell out five different. It's it's I wanna all Potter's. Yeah. Punters all the in there. I mean, we can throw some mid ranges. But I don't want. No, I'm not throwing the majoring almost hit one wall to the. I mean like, I probably couldn't make it quite there. But one to the other reach of the putter lengthwise or those. Let those with Weiss Kate, really. There's not really shop for like letters that in the bathroom. Yeah. There's not really a clean shot because there's something like every corner of the place then in putting leaks dove and on Tuesday. Right. Yup. She got I should be there. This week. Got about a month left not to brag. Because I'm not that great of a Potter and people every week, but I have one three weeks at a row. Three weeks at a row, dude. Really? Yeah. Three weeks around. I don't show I get to miss a few sessions, and you go on a tear like that three in a row move your partner. I had tiger the first week. And she I put all right. But she was just like couldn't miss. She helped out. Carried a little. I mean, she she she's she's eight and then and then I have rich angelman two weeks in a row, and we were so two weeks ago and the enrich were both tied for third place. And we got teamed up we won, and then we were one point out of first place. And then last week, we got teamed up again, and we were only one point out of first place. So now, we're tied for first place. I mean, rich we're both. We're typing. Okay. The two of us. Okay. Yeah. 'cause you can't. Yeah. Right. Okay. Yes. Random drop, but we just happened to get each other to in a row. That's crazy. Yeah. When both weeks ISIS, pretty cool. Well, I'm coming towards that whoever me and my partner will be. Yeah. Well, maybe we mean you. Fingers crossed better than the last time. We're both be pool after last before months. Yeah. And that I get dropped started off. So well my first round. You know, it really depends on who shows up death. If we could all their sixty plus percenters there, then you know, all kinds of geyser, it'd be pulled it. Are usually April. But if it's like this the studies that show up it's like fifty percent, separates April from people. Okay. I'm like forty forty. But that's after like three good weeks. I climbed up I've only been like four times. So yeah, I've been there every week is, obviously, that's the only reason I've been tied for first is I'm the only person that's been there every week. They'll hey, I mean, if I if I could be there every weekday would. Where happens life happens? But no should be this Tuesday that she cool, right? You excited for game of thrones to. Yes, yes. I am. And you said you haven't watched any I have not seen any trailers try not to watch them. I mean, I kind of like four. Like, I wouldn't even call the trailer. A preview was more like a Katiza. Yeah. Like, it was like a minute and a half long. That is. Yeah. Yeah. The the shadow Royal wrestler. Oh, you you're not talking like a proto promo and yet. Yeah. Well, wait mean like event in lake big not. No. It's been yet. You're right. It's it's French from say no of dark like a circular photo dark another it doesn't matter. No. It was kind of like a like a teaser. So yes. Like a wrestling. But. Describe it. But no it was like forced to watch it because it came on before an episode of cheap detective which season. Three was awesome, by the way. But yeah, I was kind of forced to watch that preview, and it was held so. Yeah. Until you're ready for game. Thrones go what happened the wrestling promos? We were in the eighties HOGAN macho man, alternate warrior creams cream crop. Oh, man, do people share macho man promos all day now. Like, it's always my newsfeed like they're so great. Oh, absolutely. I had to give him like with miss Lisbeth. Right. And he's just stared inside sign with arms. Yeah. So you gave it to come back. I talked to Mike in the watching. We have a a deadpool going on at work over who's gonna live who's gonna die. If he's going to be a white Walker. Judd. We didn't do that. That's funny. So we've did like Haapai not on the list. Seriously, like three years ago me, and my brother and a friend of his who's just as with it as we are. We did like, you know, like a baby pool we have like we had like three different things or something. It was like when the next book is coming out. Blah, blah, blah. And then I don't know we had all these pools. And it was like, we're all picking like, six, months and stuff. It's been three years. And none of the things have happened yet. It's been more than three years. I think it's been a long time. I mean, I recently I just watched the entire show within the last six months. Judd one was LJ's last birthday. He had that has impulse. That's where it was. Get three years over three years. Okay. Three years. Hell they'll turn out. He just turned seven. Yeah. Here's a little a little munchkin then came in his. Sitting there and his karate pants Chillan with his orange belt looks like a real bad ass. Did nobody wants what he wants give roundhouse kicked in the face while these bad, but. He looks like he's ready for covert up there. Starlet at night. Yeah. No. He's bought the pants matches a his orange belt or something. He looks like a bad ass kid coordinated. Now, we're going to beat up his dad's soon because he's going to pass them. Me, and John we took taekwondo at the same place like twenty five years ago. I started. I started counting Korean to on the other day. That I'm like Kosinski Ponta Ila taught me when I was your age. Now, he's not the teacher. He's the overseer now. Right. The grandmaster, but he's doesn't actually like do classes anymore. It's still his don't Chelsea's. So do. Yeah. I'm not a ninja. I do have some nunchucks skills, though, I've seen them. They've been posted on their amazing. I always keep going to log and wack myself, elbow, cut it. Thing that all the all-share video by nunchucks skills. If you demand it it will be provided. So Mike what else you got buddy? All right. So disco pro tour will continue next week night week after next everyone's kinda got all the pros kinda got the next week off. But the fourteenth to the seventeenth is the Waco charity open the annual cheerio pin, of course, famous acronym presented by dynamic disks the beast disco. Of course, William Cameron park in Waco, Texas. That really the national tours. Heavy thing much going on as well as the pro tour, everyone kind of breaks up these the open. It's an eight year presented by descript in Texas, garett girthy, Kevin Jones, Jane Conrad, AJ Rizla read for skier Saint Patrick's Day classic presented by Inova. That's March twenty second to the twenty four th and Orangeville, California. Josh Anton, Paul berry Niccolo Castro. Ju- Gibson Kaman fry Austin Turner, they'll play in that one that same weekend is the Throwdown. The modern presented by descript and son king discs Simon's playing Johnny MacRae Michigan's own Jamie mosier, Paul MacBeth. Chris. Go sauce. Kelvin heinberg will be there. Nj big germ. You know? Germ has even playing these last few. I haven't seen him. He's. Yeah. I mean, he didn't have the greatest twenty eighteen which I believe it was reflected in one of the an article on the PGA's weekly newsletter a couple of weeks ago. And I don't think he's trying to get more serious. He's going to be doing just as much commentary. It sounds like this year if not more, but he's going to try to get try to game back. I guess now. Also, do we talk about last time Sexton talk about his sex book? Not we did that. Really that sucks book. I coined it. So funny. That's so funny to message fro how did you not get this? I I almost said something on his Facebook today. But I was can't yet. It's not me. I didn't think of it. So. But you wrote the sex book man, that's that's your boy, I like them too. That's your favorite though. I mean, do when you tag in that post of him doing the forehand twice their dating? I remember a couple years ago. But. Oh, yes. Seventeen. Oh, no. I mean, I it still was like because it started, and I was like many Suzy drove the putt, and oh do this is so funny hilarious Sexto video and he's a play to your strengths. And these like me, I'm strong forehand. That goes off the tee and crushes one four hand over the water. And then he goes up to his pot, which is like fifteen feet away. Like, you know, just play to your strengths. And he forehands of this thing like just hard as like. Miles. And he just makes it every chain. We are getting a little bit low on time here not quite yet. But I do have I do have a gift for you. Oh, yeah. It's not really a gift. Oh, these two. Thank you, sir. Ooh. Twinning twinning double rainbow stamped eraser wizards oranges razors. Right. Yeah. The. Figured all the diamond ones are blue. So I figured you'd want to matching to matching racers. No. Yeah. That way can throw one in store one. This is the threats for my tournament did not show up to do. You know what? Whatever on air sign up shut. I could give you your money back if you wanted. No, no, absolutely. Not. No, I wanted to disk and also. When you look you wake up, and you feel like you're only like half alive. Yeah. That's how I felt that about quarter to nine that day. And I was like I know of I didn't wake up to one thirty. Actually, I was a little over for the winter was shot a five under the first round even par. The second round who won the b pool. Our boy, Tom, Tom, let's told me he has. But I don't know if he does I'm not even gonna tell them. We got a shout out them school making listen, if if you told you if you has he hasn't cited anything specific he hasn't right? That's okay. Exactly. I don't expect them to we already know top so call the pool. I turn win. He actually he was down four strokes in the second half. So it was a comeback win. And what up Travis I'm not forgetting, Abe. Julia. But you just ran away with everything shut like thirteen and thirteen and fifteen hundred and beat everybody about like five strokes each around. So we gotta give our Thompson love. Yeah. I've known that guy for a long time. He's a he's a good golfer. I work with them. And actually, I've we've talked about this before, but we were both of each other's bosses at separate jobs for like two months like a year ago. So now, I'm just his boss. But yeah, he he got me a job. And then I got him a job. Yeah. We were both where he was the manager this restaurant, and I was the manager of the property management company. And we were both working both jobs for a few months. Yeah. So we're dynamic both. Good gophers good. But what up man? Yeah. He came down us down by four strokes going into the second round came back tied Jobe. And then they Joe be tied. And then they went and broke the tie it to get them to holes to took into holes. That's awesome. I'm so happy for them. I mean, I've known for a long time I have been golfing with them for a long time known for long we've been golfing together. But. So have you farm, dude? Yeah. Gra for Utah. Any always volunteers my tournaments. He really does. Yeah. He always does shoveling pads like seven in the morning while setting up in his gold wail of a wagon. It's funny. So tem to have Tim Tim Carl. Yeah. They both got these old. Here's a nut sack believe she does care nut sack. But they've they both got these old like caprice classic wagons. And if you know, the wagon type they're like there's like comer artery amongst the guys who have node land yachts in. Yeah. Thames had the Woody, which is awesome. But he always gives Tom shit for driving his in the winter. Dude, I will even have a garage like it'd be sitting outside anyways. If I need to drive this thing, right? So yeah, congrats Tom. Congrats dude I've never wanted tournament. So that's up to you. But you don't get to play pool tournaments. I was going to ask I would say, honestly and openly. Would I have been in the pool and see? Okay. Like Jobe, I wouldn't normally put him in the people either. But he knows that still. But he can't he can't really he. He's flipped. He forehands drivers to he can't he doesn't throw any mid ranges. And he doesn't throw any putters other than for like his putts. And then so if if it was if it wasn't to wizards I wouldn't put you'll be in the pool. Okay. And then what I put them in there. Anyways, you still beaten everybody by four strokes. And I was like, yes, that's why I didn't wanna put because that top came back in, you know. So yeah, I don't know. But you're kind of the same way to like you don't drive with putters. No. And then like I had like to drive with the putter on at Brize. It would be whole too. And thirteen and maybe eleven. Yeah. But that one day I had you throw in like seven six. Yeah. Yeah. Seven's not a bad one. I mean, like the easiest hole there is it's just with Tomahawk. Oh, by the way, they gotta give away. Do we have to give away? You said giveaways every week. Yeah. You know, what I gotta chief putter for you. We. Sean got something coming. Tyler moriarty's got something common. I was waiting for them to respond. So they could hear it on the air. But the they haven't yet so reach out to him. Nice. But citizen, Email the discourse edge, Email dot com. It's three words to season their T H E D C O U R S E at g mail dot com. Tells what's think we're going to give something away. We don't not giving anything with anybody this upset, but one I got something why? I mean, we don't have a winner. Okay. Well, well, I got a a bunch of chief wizards. I know this make any sense but chief like me not chief as in the disk, and he's the chief. Yeah. I got a bunch of we're giving away because my wife is sick of having a house. She was like, I don't stop you just keep getting more and more is ever going to stop. And I was like, no it's like collecting baseball cards, babe. Sorry that stopped at one point though. It did. I mean, that's that was my I only by him now when I really need them. No, I have like thirty cranks, dude. I gotta hit the auction pages and sills and stuff. I have more than you bet. You. Moore married than you, are you are very much more. Have you happy life, dude? It has got. No, yes. Night statement. Statement. Yeah. He's a cool chick. So you keep her happy. I do love my wife. I really do. She's the greatest we're going to go out to dinner. So yes, I'm gonna play board games. That's awesome. Coming up around here. Dude, you'll know all the tears Frosties around angry leprechaun signed up for leprechaun and might do Frosties your MVP winter series on the seventeenth. I just signed up to do lighting for bowling Taylor, Michigan. So I'll find out what that's that. I'm gonna do lighting for. Oh. Yeah. I know I know it's going to be interesting. I find out what that's about. Well, good luck to you. Thank you party of the Pons weekend. After that on the twenty third the second, and it will Casandra gentry memorial on the twenty third doubles at Bandon MIR in an Arbor fifty percent of the collection goes to the payout. Forty percent goes to charity and ten percent goes to the family. So. Nice. Tournaments and your valuable. I didn't know her. But I know a lot of people who like Matt Neal was good friends there. I think. Yeah. A lot of that in our area people. Let's think where she was from believe that yet. Neil Jason fairway and all those guys out in the area. Didn't know personally. Yeah. So. Well, Cassandra gentry. Cheers to you that you to. Just twenty one. Derek horrors Belgian style in air marshal Michigan. I love that place. Did you to kind of tired rip? It's don't really count as energy drinks, like the ghetto energy, Jerry. That's exactly what they are dollar nine for that. Yeah. It cost red bulls like five bucks for one that the rebels are like five bucks. Yeah. I do. I asked my brother to give you a red bull the other day, and he brings me back a sugar free. It's wrong with you. I haven't let them forget it. Shame. What kind of a are you? This is not during recording. At all. I Abba Loni not baloney was my my nephew's birthday I walk in and like just attacked by like a bunch of seven year olds that you need a wrestle with and power them. Yeah. Oh, fucked up good. There goes we almost almost it. Four minutes left. Yeah. Those kids asses. Like throwing them on top of each other. I mean, you have to let's. Yeah, they loved it. Well, thank you for being with dude. I love the I love the rainbow stamps. Yup. The oranges ones. I had. I do. Lohan, orange disc really do. Well, our guys gonna get outta here. I'm gonna get out of your mind to go to his wife play some board games with the fam-. But it's been real guys up. So twenty one in the bucks spring is on the way now on the goers. It was it was a nice late winter day. I'll call it. There's snow and ice, but a thirty and sunny man, and it was a good time out on the course today. Let's fend the belts this year. While nobody wants to play us, I will place either. I was somebody else or it's like when we go play. It's like two people that like wouldn't even have a chance against me now that and then they they never even wanna well, it's usually like to your like audio, but like cycling who like only go out and play with like you drag him out there. We have to go tomorrow. Right. You have no excuse the just like, it wouldn't even be right? Not like, we're not good. Let's be real here. Which is better. That's one thing. That's crazy about this. There's so many levels to it. It's like sometimes I think I'm good. And then I go and play with guys with your driving in my putting in your back in my forehand, dude. Like, all you think about a part of the main. I do that what you just said. All right. Yeah. No. We make good team. We we complement each other's weaknesses. Especially you got the forehand. I got a decent backhand. Yeah. It's it. But it's a great. It's usually when we play with God's who. Don't like usually when do you want to be Brocker venom? I'd rather be Peter Parker. Jane buddy, I'll be married Jane Mayer, Jay. Though, he gets. Thank you. You've talked about greens. No, come on reader. What your what you movies comics, Mary, Jane, Peter Parker's girlfriend? Yes. Sultry red-headed Ming yellow very well portrayed. Known. I guys we're gonna get out of here. We hope you have fun. We did. Key parts of the T. We gave him a hard time with us the whole disk off world is. But I like what they're doing. I mean, they're still doing it. Yeah. So off at her. Yeah. I'll continue I will probably end up watching more DIGI PT live coverage this year, then I will like edited YouTube videos because those lobby ruin for me. I got ruined man. They are spoiled nights. Like if I if I wanna watch the Tigers game, and I find out they lost eight seven. I don't wanna watch it. We'll no you don't. But I mean, don't unless you give them the view. How are these things going to get supported will? They need to be live. The that's what it needs to go to. I understand what you're saying. But like if you don't want the Johm as and the do I do watch him. I'm just saying I will be watching lots of live cover is what I mean. Okay. But yeah. So our guys this discourse, Mike. I was pleasure, buddy. Always. That's thank you for having us. We how soon. Yeah. You guys law. I'm not leaving. I'm staying. And there's pizza upstairs. But guys get out and throw. Thank you.

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"This message comes from. Npr sponsor f. store dot com trusted by millions of americans head to fsa's store dot com and use the code news. Now fifteen to get a one time discount of fifteen dollars off your order of one hundred fifty dollars or more live from. Npr news in washington. I'm korva coleman a law banning most abortions is now in effect in texas. Us supreme court did not take action on an emergency requests from abortion rights groups to block it advocates are still hoping the court will intervene but npr serra kaman reports. This is the strictest abortion law to take effect in decades. The texas law bans abortion as soon as cardiac activity is detectable. That's around six weeks. Federal courts have repeatedly blocked attempts by other states to ban abortion at that early stage. But this law is unique. It allows individuals to sue. Anyone believed to be involved in providing an illegal abortion. Speaking to npr. Before the law took effect john -sego of texas right to life said it gives abortion rights opponents new tools if we have evidence that is an illegal abortion being performed in texas We will act on that. We will make sure that we do everything we can to enforce be heartbeat act abortion providers in texas say they will comply with the law but it will mean most patients seeking abortions have few options. Sarah mccammont npr news. A federal judge in new york is expected to rule later this morning on a bankruptcy plan for the maker of the opioid oxycontin. Npr's brian man reports supporters of the settlement. With purdue pharma say it would help communities harmed by the opioid epidemic. This deal is controversial. Because it would grant immunity from and lawsuits to members of the sackler family who owned purdue pharma as well as many of their associates. If judge robert drain approves the plan. The sackler would pay roughly four point. Three billion dollars over the next decade with most of the money going to fund drug treatment and healthcare programs if the plan is approved. It's still faces possible. Legal challenges the. Us justice department has said it may file an appeal during a two week trial. Doj attorneys described the releases from liability demanded by the sackler as unlawful. Today's ruling comes at a moment when opioid overdoses and deaths have continued to surge in the. Us brian man npr news. The remnants of hurricane ida are streaming across the mid-atlantic flash flooding is now a serious risk in west virginia maryland pennsylvania and new jersey. Meanwhile the united nations says weather disasters are hitting the world four to five times more often than they did in the nineteen seventies. These cause far more damage than they did fifty years ago. But the un's mommy mussa tori says warning systems are improving. Fewer people are dying. The good news is that mole lives of being saved because of in house early warning and early action. We see this from the gulf of mexico to the bay opango bengal across the world. And this is a thanks. To advances in metrology satellite imagery strong risk governance g also warns that weather disasters caused by climate. Change are also far more costly. You're listening to. Npr news evacuation orders are still up in eastern california for the kaldor fire. Burning near lake. Tahoe but evacuation warnings are now up across the border in. Douglas county nevada. Thousands of people have been told to flee the wildfire. It is burned more than three hundred square miles about the size of new york city. It's only eighteen percent contained farther north in california. The dixie fire is less than half contained that wildfires burned an area about the size of rhode island the us says ethiopian rebel forces have looted humanitarian aid. Npr's ater peralta reports. The announcement comes amid warnings. That food is running out in some regions. usa. Id mission director. in ethiopia. Sean jones told state television. The us now has proved that thi people's liberation front rtp left rebels have stolen badly needed food aid every town that they've gone into. They've looted the warehouses they've looted trucks. They have caused a great deal of destruction. And all the villages. They visited the civil war. In ethiopia is now in its tenth month in the conflict is spreading. The international community has accused the government of keeping aid from the tci region and now rebels are being accused of using the same tactics against the neighboring region it pravda. Npr news capetown. President biden will welcome ukraine's president. Volodymyr is alinsky to the white house later today. Iranian leader is expected to urge biden to increase financial support to his country in order to better repose russia. I'm korva coleman. Npr news from washington.

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Case #70 Twilight Killers

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14:43 min | 1 year ago

Case #70 Twilight Killers

"He is a day yesterday. Is what we chit chatting to the chatting about chitty. Chitty bang bang now. Don't get me started because that song always get stuck in my head. That's an actual song. You don't know the tradition leaving bank song like goes on because the intros like ten minutes. Have you ever seen the movie. No actually i'm thinking about it. And i think it's like a solid three hours long but it is definitely worth older movie to. Yes it's very it's very old it's Oh what is his name for mary poppins. He's a chimney sweep It'll come to me in a random time. anyway he's like the main character. Dick van dyke dick van dyke. That's it there we go. It's a really good movie. I mean i used to watch it all the time. Oh i know i mean. I've seen the cover of it. Well yeah i think it's on net flicks is it. Yeah off to look it up. Because i wanted to watch it not that long ago but i was like oh i didn't i didn't really remember it being three hours long. Kind of an investment to exactly was that are chitchat. I be mad as well. Quality quality chit chat Oh man i listen. I am a nutball to so on that note. How about we just died in. Oh 'bout we do since we are clearly living boring lives at this point. I'm all for it today. We're not traveling back so far. Okay for some in a while. Yeah we're not traveling back too far. We're just going back to two thousand sixteen. Okay that's back but not back. It's not too far. It's what four years. Oh gosh yeah crazy. Time flies when you're in a pandemic right lies when you age. Oh yeah that's true to the truest thing we've ever said on this podcast not a conspiracy folks not a conspiracy. It's just true bitten facts so we're also talking about a true crime today. Which we. I feel like we haven't done in a hot minute. I know time is a concept. It's relative exactly okay. So we're in two thousand sixteen sixteen true crime. This is what happened. Here are key players. Okay okay tell me got kim edwards. She's a fourteen year old at this time. Right got it. We got lucas markham. He's also fourteen okay. These two are shacking up their boyfriend girlfriend. They love each other to death. Don't don't don't but the main focus of the crime is actually cam edwards. Her family so cam lives with her mother. Elizabeth and her little sister katie. Who's just a year younger than her. At the time and people have gone on to say like kim's relationship with her mother elisabeth which your name. That's me lets you but not It's kind of like a tumultuous relationship. Kim fell that her mom favored her younger sister katie She never fell like she was living up to the expectations of her mom and like they just never really got on multiple. People have gone to say that. Elizabeth actually never favored. Caney is just that katy like would spend time with her. Mom sure that makes sense though. Like cam never put in the effort to try and hang out with their mom so it just like steamed as though right like everything just stacked up that way. Yeah that's sad. It is very sad cam also had suicidal tendencies. She was sort of depressed. Angsty as one is at fourteen. No kidding so many emotions hormones emotions running ramp it. It's not a fun time being fourteen. Not all so. All of this was like coming together than she meets. Lucas who similarly does not have a good relationship with parents. I believe he was expelled from school. And so he was kind of like a dangerous comet. dude Kim's mom was not really a fan. She wanted her to break up with them. I believe there is even a time where she forbade kim from having contact with lucas. That didn't last very long. So you know pretty rocky relationship. I would say yeah. It sounds like it. Sounds like no one's on the same page between the families healing each other at all stained one five and together here. Yeah but kaman. Lucas are in love. They just know they bond over terrible family lives and all that stuff well fast forward in their relationship a little bit and can is talking about how her mom is really just the focus of all of her depression and like her life would be so much better if she didn't have her mom or her sister and you know if they didn't have to worry about how terrible she was in comparison to them kind of the. Oh gosh escalated. Yeah it escalates. Well lucas comes up with a brilliant idea. Okay fourteen year old boy who has a terrible home. Life comes up with a brilliant idea. Got it yes. He and kim decide to kill elizabeth and katie. Oh mom and her sister. Yeah oh yeah so this is not gonna. This is not gonna fix everything you kim. It's not but the plan is that lucas is gonna come over one night. Knock on the bathroom window. And kim's gonna let him in and they're going to stab elizabeth and katie okay. Well formed plan. Yes while they're sleeping well. The first two attempts or failed. Because kim didn't hear the knock at the window while she was sleeping. So let's take that as a sign say we should do that but whatever the third time lewis knocks the bathroom window and kim lets them in and she starts saying. I don't think i can do it. But i still want to go through with it. So then lucas oh eight. She had six knives lineup prepared and ready for. Oh my gosh yeah. He's spills like she can't do the act he can't she can't physically do it but she still wants to. Go through with it okay. That's all sound. Sign freaking kimmy girl nine. Yeah so lucas is the main attacker but cam does get a few blows and for sure he goes into elizabeth's room and stabs her in the neck while she's asleep so at all like hit her voice box so she can't screen and wake up katie. Oh my god they stab the mother killer and then they go over and stab her sister to death both while they're sleeping. There's like not a huge commotion. Nothing huge goes on. Then they decide instead of original plan was to also kill themselves afterward. Murder-suicide deal then they decide they don't wanna kill themselves so this is such a preteen thing. Okay yeah so. They continue to take a back together okay. They have kim's mattress downstairs where they eat ice cream. How sex. And then they watch the twilight movie franchise which is where they're named. The twilight killers comes from god. Care i am. I rolling so hammered right. I know i know these are some choices are all choices and then the next day is when the police are called the bodies are found. They get brought in for questioning and i. Lucas was kinda tight lipped but camden gets in there and she is just singing like a canary. she's like yeah we kill them and she like when you watch the interview that she did. It's her emotions are so even keeled. It's so weird. That sounds creepy. Yeah she's just like explaining very calmly and like there's nothing strange or horrifying about what she's done like she's literally just talking about facts of the day like it's nothing out of the ordinary for hurling through and explaining exactly what happened that's crazy and then she even goes on to say she felt at peace after the mergers okay. So she's no joke a psychopath. So something else that i saw is that they lucas. And cam were both identified. A psycho pass the youngest psychopaths to have been caught. Wow well so question rolling back who alerted the police that there was something going on at the household. Because i assume it wasn't camera lucas. It was neighbors. I believe oh. Because they usually i guess. Elizabeth and katie are usually outside or whatever right like regular daily activity. And they weren't there. Okay yeah. I think it was neighbors. I didn't actually see that anywhere known. I'm thinking we don't know for sure though. I don't know for sure. But i think it might be neighbors. Wow that's crazy and crazy that they would just get caught and start talking. Yeah it yeah but since they were both kids at the time or not teens preteens originally their names were redacted from all news outlets right then they went back to court and they were tried as adults which is why we now know their names and everything about them will so i assume they went to jail they did. They were sentenced to seventeen and a half years in prison. That's it that's it planned murder. I think she got manslaughter. And he got a reduced sentence for some reason. I don't remember why but that just seems wild. Yeah but they both got seventeen years. Wow and this was in two thousand sixteen so it'll be awhile before they're out eat lynn. Yeah i'm curious. If depression has gone. I bet on a guarantee. It's not i would gary. Yeah pretty much. I would sing and that crazy. Yes wow it's never a good idea that kill no especially to like deal with your own mental health. Like that's not going to help me out. I feel like it's just gonna make a worse girlfriend. Felt buck get you a life coach somewhere. Internal self willing is not gonna help. Killing is not the answer the answer exactly violence is never the answer. My goodness yeah. So that's the story of the twilight killers. They've been a compared to a young bonnie. And clyde i could see that. Wow i cannot imagine i mean even now but at fourteen especially i cannot imagine like lining up some knives and saying i'm literally gonna kill my family members honestly saying like why. Oh even on my worst day. There's no way no. I mean the most that i've ever wanted to kill. Something was a spider or snake. Exactly and i think that's the extent of my murderous rage and i feel like that's appropriate rage. Well now we know why. These kids are called the twilight killers. I just didn't realize it would be so literal. We'd love to hear from you. So reach out were on facebook or instagram. At farside chats or you can email us at farside chats at gmail.com you can also see our website at farsight chats dot com and look through our resources remember. Y'all it's a jungle out there so making choices and be aware of your surroundings will catch a one. We're back from the far side. Welcome to laugh such per- fake town here. We have some rule florida down. Our in a rare She there for for bowed forbade trying to say he's got the episode complete.

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Fix It 101 | Jeff, Jason, and Shingles

Fix It 101

47:21 min | Last month

Fix It 101 | Jeff, Jason, and Shingles

"From npr think radio this is fixed at one. Oh one home improvement show to help you do it yourself. I'm jason klein here with licensed contractor. Jeff simmons from house works and pam pie. Ashi certified inspector inspect it like a girl is out this week so an open topic shows or looking for your questions to get your projects completed around the house. We talk about quick fixes big projects. Whatever you working on. Join the conversation with us this morning by calling eight seven seven in. Pb ring that's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four or of course send an email to fix it. One zero one at m. p. online dot or remember. You can hear it again. Saturday at nine to be listening. Jeff how you doing man. I'm doing great. And what did you get into this weekend. But wind and a little rain really. Yeah okay. I mean anything happen. No no no. Of course you know. We live in biloxi. On the weekend radio. We went down to the boat and still had a good time bit. Ripe just Whether was not on our side. No no and it's not gonna be for a couple of days. It's not going to be for for a few days so in these situations as a general contractor knowing that you've got a wet you know at least next few days. What do you just call off the troops. What no no. You can't because the interest clock always ticking right. And i don't care if it's a remodel project or a new a new build into someone is spending their money right. Excuse me so what what we do. Obviously we try to prepare for. You know the the weather so Today were building all of our fireplaces. Oh so we've got a half dozen fireplaces that that need to be built so we prepared for that yesterday and that's something you can do indoors absolutely and and we've got a few projects that need some sheet rock. We've got some. Luckily we're we're busy enough that we have some inside work right okay. All right well good for you. Well i did something that again should be left to nineteen year old people this weekend. My my across the street neighbor cut down this glorious big tree and i thought man. That's a winner. Right there. If i if i can do it so i dragged this giant tree over to my house and took a change all to it and then i spent the rest of the day splitting wood with an axe. I did it. I mean like we have firewood to last through next. But i will tell you. It is wednesday. I did this on saturday. And my back arms my shoulders and my neck and even my head are still hurting because of that. Now let me tell you. Every year. I find this one guy. This one guy who sits outside of a pharmacy that used to be open in jackson and he sits there with this. Would and you can go by. And you're like okay. What you come stack it for like seventy five bucks guy will drive your else and stock the wood for you. Yes you can buy. I don't know why. Then do this year and decided that. I was going to be you know jason lumberjack. I'm telling it. But i got that acts and sat there all day long. Well you know typically when you suck on. Painkillers umass with mother nature. Yes she's tough. yeah. And i'm talking to shovel talking to tree when you start moving mother nature you. You better get prepared. Because she is not as well. I can tell you. I did learn this. This that is a game for the young splitting wood is either for young people or devices made to do so. Go to go to the big box store. Rent the splitter and my wife said. I just get you a splitter. And i'm like i do this once a year. We want to buy any need us litter anyway. Number to call is eight seven seven empty ring. That's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four also. You can send an email to fix it. One zero one at n. P. online dot org and i did want open up with an email that i got high from poplar ville i was wondering the safest way and this is interesting. Especially right now. The safest way to shut off my electricity if i decide to evacuate for yet another hurricane also how do i shut off my water. Thanks pam okay. Well pam i will say I'll cover water. Jeff do power. Y water is probably one of the one of the easier things you can do as far as location because typically that's associated with a box In front of your home. That has between You end the road And it is the city's water supply. If you're in if you're in a city area. I was thinking about poplar bill and they will have city water of some sort but anyway there's a valve. There's this if you look in your yard The way it's done now there's about one foot plank that you pull up inside. There is a valve. And there's a little a bolt in there that you turn and you can use it thing. That cost fifteen dollars anywhere. You won't buy that's called a water key and you can stand up and turn the water off This is one of the best things you can know about your home. If ever anything happens you can run to the street you can. You can run to the street and turn your water off. Say like if Let's say a toilet blows up or relying blows up and you've got water pouring you can run into the street and turn this thing off immediately. Yes so so that. Is your water shutoff out. Other homes have valves closer to the home that are not associated with the city valve if they chose to put them well. It is code in some areas to have water cut off inside the home so All of our new homes. We put our water cut off behind. A small door may be in a closet or something and really i live never lived in a home. That had a cut off outside quarter. I like if you're going to be gone for any length of i'm not going to work Most people just aren't that diligent. And and but if you're going long weekend weeks vacation whatever you go out there and cut the water off. It's cheap insurance policy. okay now. She cut her power all yes paulo. I'm not going to cut my power off mindset that well okay first of all. I guarantee there's something in the freezers freezer. And there's something in frigerator. Okay all right so when you get back it's going to be ruined now if you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are going to get damage from this storm and you're gonna get your power knocked out right then. Obviously you're going to clear out refrigerator. Fraser's ryan going to prepare for all that at that point. Turn it off. But but if it's just a storm and and and you're not sure And i don't know how you would be sure but anyway i'm not gonna cut my power off. That's going to be the last thing. I'm going okay. But the the water is something you need to become quite easily with. Yes okay all right. So we've got a call on the line. And i'm almost afraid of this but i'm gonna go to it anyway because we may be taking a either some accolades or a whip in here jackie's on the line county. What's going on jacqui. Hi a weeks ago. I called y'all about a leaky roof. Yes ma'am and fallen Kaman jeff's instructions. And i've gotten more information. None of it good awesome But i'm so. I'm at a point where i need to make a decision that I did get several people to look at the roof and diagnose it and give me an estimate. Good And i felt learn. Four things One one of the race in the leap at lea- roof is leaking. It's because of the improper installation of the shingles now to Several people said sub-standard singles relate use third substandard shingles reused. Yes or you can buy those well our seconds or something like that third A rich man which was placed on top of the roof but no matter where cut into the room So in other words the room. Tha the addict hasn't been able to make a halt. It's not okay. So the shingles have deteriorated. Because there's no ventilation. Okay right okay. One hand even went on the route and took a video and The rich he stood the shingles are blistering and he told me places where some of their singles aren't even kneel down properly. Oh boy i'm so happy that you went out there and got a couple of people to and and and everything she's saying. I'm agreeing with what you're saying. Jackie a blister to the uneducated eye looks real similar to hail damage. The difference is a blisters just like when you get sunburnt it. You get a blister and it's perfectly round if you will a heo hit is jagged and looks like a piece of ice we. That is what it is. So that's that's how you tell the difference. And then while we're on this subject lift up the bottom of your shingle. If you suspect hail it should have a dent on it that you see from the bottom of the shingle. A blister will not have that dent interest. Okay so so. Where do you go from here. Jackie well the fourth thing i learned and this was That consensus that. There's not enough damage to file an insurance claim of course First of all. It's not it's not covered either so right so That means whatever i do. I'll have to pay out of pocket. my ideal clan would the main leaks or in one area over one room My ideal plan would be to have that section repaired and wait until there's enough damage for an interesting right. Jackie jackie bar yeah. How old is this your in my mind. Jason wouldn't when would this roof put on ten or maybe twelve years ago. The fact that it was so badly installed makes makes me you know in my first thought was. Why have they not reinstalled this roof as a terrible install. Yeah i i think her problem and it will cause many many problems. Her problem is ventilation. So right Well not finally did get in to hear from the person who installed it but he has washed his hands of the situation and And then it'll won the county if you ask who installs ruth. This is the person the first name people say but he. He has washed pants of the situation. So whatever is done it's gonna be out to be done by someone else. So that's where i am and i don't know y'all have any more suggestions or not. Obviously you want to do this without spending is much. You're going to have to spend some here. there's no way out of it. You know you hope to have. Has anyone given you an estimate on the full cost of the roof. Yeah There one man said i could replace two sides and leave the other two sides and then I've gotten but to other people said really the entire roof needs to be replaced and it does no i. Yes you have been elation issue so fix the ventilation replace the roof and unfortunately you got introduced to a for lack of better words. A bad contractor and That's all i can say that. And i'm going from what you're saying. I'm not right calling this person a bed contractor. Because i don't know him avid seen the word. There's a bad experience. Yeah better word so. Unfortunately you're going to have to have to spend some money to get a new roof and jackie. Sorry about that. If if you have any questions any questions along the way in this process if if if you get a couple of days into this and you still need more advice please call us but i i will say jeff makes these calls all the time with insurance. A replacement of the full roof. Sounds like the recommendation. Yeah well thank you all so much for all your help about. I just just a follow up on that just for a minute. If and it sounds like she may not have the disposable funds do that right right i think. I'm gonna go to the bank. And i'm gonna borrow enough money or somewhere tomorrow enough money. Put this refund because it's only getting worse though. Yes if if it's five thousand ten thousand dollars today and this time next year. it's going to be more. That's think of it all right Bob is on the line. But we're going to take a quick break and we want to hear from you. Though what's happening in your home you can give us a call at eight seven seven in. Pb ring that's eight. Seven seven six seven two seven. Four six four bob stein lilo hit you right after the break you can send an email also fix it. I wanted n. P. b. online dot. Org we'll be right back you're listening to fix at one zero one on mtv. Think radio jason klein who are licensed contractor. Jeff simmons from house works pam for inspect girls out this week. You can join the conversation this morning by calling eight seven seven in pb ring. That's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four or send an email to fix it one one empty online dot org. Bob is on the line and moss point and he's got a water pipe issue. What's going on bob. Hope that's the right kind of water pipe but go ahead okay Nine thousand nine hundred nineteen sixty two house from the edge of the couples located credit out in. Splice it in with coupling. Now i'm not a member of the international brotherhood of plumbers. So i'm different this nation. I'm told that. I need to break the with val newly installed in the line now. I cannot find that recommended six piece of metal pipe. I was wondering could i improvise with pvc and feel that would concrete quick crease. Something right underneath that and let that support new Hang up we have questions. Yeah yeah we got questions. Events this waterline in the ditch. No right underneath the expo about two to rodway. But it's in the dirt should be supported within the dirt. Yeah laid on the bottom of the dirt. I think someone is trying to get the same complicated for you. This is this is this a. Pvc waterline come into the house. This is old nineteen sixty. Can't i got cut off. Cast on my sewer next to the right next to the soon. Wow voyage orlando four relied but the water feed is also cast iron. Okay old school. And it's how big quality three-quarter cast iron fight for the waterline. Wow okay Pvc can handle the pressure of standards. City water will. Yeah but you're not gonna marry thank you you're not gonna marry. Pvc with cast iron. I think you're going to have to get a a rubber coupling And they make them slice and made with Coupley okay up until i can Out enough correct information to install the. Pvc line man. I wish we wish we had camera on on. Tv radio right. Yeah but then you'd be called. the well let me. Let me dream on this for minute. Bob and i'll talk about it when you hang up. Okay thank you and finally locates. The metal box meter box could in now that that's set back some time and money at the streets of portland. Put the box over it and you go out there and cut it off when it freezes. Yeah okay okay okay. I think i've got the picture hanging up and going back to easy chair. Thanks bob okay. What i'm here in is bob won't say cut off at this break right. Which is fine. You can get a gate valve right Be so much easier for cast iron. Well it is well and and and but but he can. I mean he came. Patch this if he's got the right style. Absolutely i would say you may want to may not wanna do the the the big boxes you may want to go to a local hardware and or go to a plumbing supply. How yeah yeah. I'm going to plumbing supply. And if it's me i'm not putting cut off right there really no no. I'm covering that. Backup and i'm never getting in under my driveway again. Okay mom will use my cut off at the meter. Or i'm gonna put one at the house now but with it being cast iron. I'm at the meter. Okay and to be quite honest with you. I've never seen a three quarter inch. Cast iron waterline well. And we don't know where bob was and he you know this may been put down by his granddad for all right number to call is eight seven seven empty ring. That's eight seven seven. Six seven two seven four six four If you don't know this was years ago. Jeff you've been on the show since what year. Sixteen lily is. She just turned six. She was born the wednesday on the show. Yeah yeah that's true. I've been here six years six years. Well if those of you don't know we've brought jeff originally to do a show about permitting and hopefully you still remember all that stuff right. Of course okay. Cool one of the things. Java brought up is what are you. What kind of permit do you need a permit to do some stuff around the house. Jason has talked about a lot talked about a lot of stuff on the show that i've done in my house then it didn't necessarily get a permit for but i did also learned that as a homeowner can do anything. What tight homeowner working on their own does not have to have a permanent for anything period. Can everybody here that that doesn't mean you can't blow up your home and now that doesn't mean you should jason from issue should not so. This is how. I look at our inspectors there another set of eyes for me and it doesn't cost much so they're they're relatively inexpensive employees for me right but it's you know it's really interesting if you think about it every every weekend jeff you drive through your neighborhood. It's funny just about any neighborhood. You drive through In the warm months of the year you'll see someone's privacy fence land or on the side of the road where they've replaced it right and it's just you know bob and his buddy out drinking beers put up a fence and one of the things. Building offense in some cases needs to be permanent. Absolutely it does because in a lot of cities there are certain fencing that is not approved right right so you could end up putting up a fence over the weekend And taking it down on monday show. That's terrible and the city doesn't care what you paid for it right so i Another thing by the way if you are. I've done the fence thing myself. But if you are gonna do offense. Call eight one one before lease before you put a shovel in the ground. I've told this story before. My next door neighbor hired a contractor which was just guy. I don't know if the guy was whatever anyway. He was putting in a fence and man. He put one shovel in the ground and hit the gas. Line one shovel. He had not done the doug the first hall that can get expensive any can get dangerous. We had four four four firetrucks hood so anyway all right. Bruce is on the line in lumberton. He's got a question about that. Cast iron pipe a comment. What's going on bruce. Yes sir. I don't i guess cast i think it's just rusted galvanize pipe and I think he'd go more full five hundred dollars and the ditchmitch inputting my new line. That's what he sure out to do. Wow that's a great idea. Bruce forget the old plumbing altogether and move on. Well yeah but but again. Now that's that's that's dollars and again this is radio and we cannot see no but but if you are i will say this if you're looking to to plum and if you know how to work with pvc it's not an expensive product to work with. It's not so And and there are plenty ways and a lot of people look at this scary because they look under their sinks. But but if you if you look and see how. Pvc is put together it. It's not brain. Surgery is particular and it wants to be done properly but it can be done by normal person. Diy person they sell all the glues and all that groupie stuff it at any of your home stores so That's something a diy are actually can try. But just remember if you're going into your main plumbing plumbers always the best. Thank bruce anything else about that. Cast iron pipe. Yes sir thank you sir appreciate it okay Got a very common question here. I wanted to answer before we go to break an email. The came in hilo dryer that is spinning but not getting hot kim. More seven hundred about twelve years old. Thank you that's a interesting question with a lot of information that it didn't sound it's only one sentence but the fact that th- washers twelve years old dryers twelve years old is one thing if our resident expert. Timmy was here. He would say that's an old drier and appliances that he said on. This show are about seven eight years in the start. Getting you know yeah walk you know but the thing about dryer. It's a motor and a drum in a heating element and it should last thirty years. I mean however this person About there's it's funny that you say that. A motor drama heating element. There's there's a. There's a couple of things here. That really goof up dryers. That are very mechanical. Very easy to deal with one of those things. The little relay guy that turns on the heating element and a lot of that has to do with Especially if you've got an older sekine more may have a dial timer on it. Which means you turn a dial in. It's like a timer like an egg timer kind of thing that moves those times go bad after a while and timer also is part of the that tells it to turn hot. Yes so so. The neat thing is jeff. The thing you mentioned about the drum motor in a here is basically what it is If you if if you work with those relays and stuff that those things are still good that drawer. Just keep on going for good. I have replaced heating element and a dryer before and If you like watch video read the instructions. That's not horrible either. You just have to kind of know what you're doing Dryer is not a difficult thing to fix Is is that if you take the cover off the dryer. It's mostly spaces nothing in there. That's right so all right. Let's go and take our break time for. Take our second break of the hour still looking to hear from you about your home improvement projects. If you join today show gives us a call at one. Eight seven seven empty ring. That's eight seven. Seven six seven two seven four six four or send an email to fix it one 'em pb online dot or we'll be right back. You're listening to fix it one on. Mp think radio. I'm jason klein here. Licensed contractor jeff. Simmons from house works. You can join the conversation this morning by calling eight seven seven. Npr ring. that's eight seven. Seven seven two seven four six four or send an email to fix it. One zero one at n. p. online dot org. We were talking about dryers during the break because of the email question that we got in jeff's jeff tell us that situation that your wife got you into well somebody. Did somebody not only two of us live there but anyway the washer to front loader and of course something happened. The door wouldn't come on. The machine wouldn't turn back on and his flashing this code so of course we had to call the repair guy and pair guy went in their push. Three or four buttons. But you know how to do it and all of a sudden the door comes open machines. Fine cost me under bucks for a guy to come in and type in code. Dad is frustrating. Tell you what i've done. I've got a similar kind of dryer. Throw code and i'll look that code up what's up. I wasn't smart enough to do. That's what the google machine is. There you go all right. Let's go to the phone. Who's i hear. John is daniel. Daniel got a comment about that dryer. What are you thinking man. yes sir. I've had an issue before where just one the breakers went out because the dryers easier to forty. So you're gonna get have only get half at one twenty it'll feel turn on but it won't eat. That's so neat. One of the things. I said when we got off the air was what i hate about. Dryers is what they call the dual phase power. Because it'll it'll fake you out and make you think that your drivers not working when it's actually a power issue david. Do you know a good way to tell that when it happens. Have you run across it. Yeah daniel also yes sir Volt meter on it. Get volt meter on the plug itself right. Yeah on the on the receptacle right so so so the the the message there folks is. It's not always the dryer There is a percentage of time that it will be a power phase thing. It was on dryer that i have and turns out turns out i thought it was at the the wall side. Daniel turns out it had burned where it connected to the dryer on one of the phases. And i had to replace the cord and we were back in business. Hey my i. I guess i was probably mid twenties or something dryer goes out. Well what's first thing i do. I go down get a new dryer right. Hook it up. Well they're still not dry right. Well guess what the the lint of this particular house in which we. We can't do this anymore. Code anymore but it went in the slab and through the house and then back up so when you walk out of your yard there was a cap there and that that was your dryer right. Well reason can't do that anymore. Is the problems it causes and sure enough that had to be cleaned out but the dryer that i gave to a neighbor who was first all right thanks. Dan appreciate your appreciate your help there. That absolutely does happen on dryers. And we'll throw off even some of the best of those looking. Tom's on the line. And where are you calling from tom. Ingemar ingemar all right cool. Well you had a comment about that dryer. Also daniel pretty much stole most of the thunder. Okay about the to face our one thing. One thing that a lot of people don't realize it breaks down real simple. It's a hundred and ten volt eating element and one hundred ten volt motor in their each using a leg and there is an if then switch in their. If check breaker box one side might just be dead. And it's not turning on eating out but if for some reason you lost the motorside it won't it won't turn on at all it's prevent like you. Click it on and walk off and they are certified right right okay in there but if like you know it could be burnt like you said against Connects the dryer. It could be the breaker or it could be in the plug. Up plugged and unplugged a lot. You might have knocked something loose in there. But i doubt it. That's a good point. Thank you tom. Two hundred kim volt systems put together to serve a purpose tumbled close holiday. That's right thank you john. We appreciate it that we used to handle on a line in the backyard. So we'll use extra energy for that all right. Let's go to mike in columbus and you wanna talk about that repairing that. Pvc pipe and we talked about earlier. Yes now i have a pvc pipe. That's leaking and it's under concrete. Is there a way for repair. Pvc high without exposing without a plumber exposing now. No no no i mean. There's big sewer lines. We can run liners in that type stuff that you've got a you've got a pressured. Pressurized waterline no. Now you can. It's running under your driveway. I understand that. Find the pipe on either side of that driveway. Planning it's not actually service. Okay well it still under. It's still under pressure. That's right you gotta pull that line out and and try to ca. Can you get to both sides of the concrete. Were you cut it and pull it kate. Because it's the fool. No what's it. What's it service and such an line from your pump will know understand that but is it the skimmer or the or the main drain. Skimmer smith likely Could always cut your skimmers off the bus concrete. Now if it's leaking under the under the it's leaking onto the pool deck isn't it yes it's under concrete. Yeah yeah you're you're you saw cut some concrete and busted out or turn your skimmer off. Yeah that's i prayed of. I've just seen a lot of No looking for that one corn product. If it's out there. I don't know about it so well. Thank you for your time. i hate it for you. thanks mike. let's keep going toby on the line and byhalia got a comment about that dryer. Vent that you had with. W there i mean so what's going on. Well my drivers in the middle of my house and event runs through this lab through through my bedroom and every now and then i have to pull my dry out and take my lease blower. How up to that whole that whole and just blow the land out of and my better. Let me tell you i have. I have another procedure for you that you might wanna try the the. The leaf blower is great. But it's only so strong and the length of the the the crazy thing about what's in your lint ducks is wet land and and the and the the the blower won't necessarily get everything out of there however they make a drill attachment with like twenty feet of line of. It's like a film it kind of like a Fishing pole right and you you attach it to your drill and it's got a brush head on the front and you run this thing down that down the dryer vent and it will push out that stuff not just air but the the lent gets wet and cake to the sides like a like a concrete like an artery potato chips and that's the very reason that violates code. Now might not do that now. What what we do now. We run them up in the attic and put a booster fan on them right then. We run them out the side of the how doesn't give it doesn't give a chance for the stuff to lay on the bottom of the pie and cake up because you're also remember when you're drying clothes you're getting rid of the moisture so that moisture has to go down that pipe also getting all that lint wet so if i hear a river running yeah do tell you what you can always if you ever want to solve that problem for good yeah for good seal that off. Run up the wall through the attic. Put a booster booster fan. Once you get in the attic. Can you will have no problem anymore. That's the permanent fixture. That thanks w w have day Number call eight seven seven in. Pb ring that's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four if you want to get in on this action. It's time for our last break of the our. You still have time to get your home improvement questions answer this morning. Zine costs the questions comments to sell project. You're working on eight seven seven in pb ring. That's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four or you can send an email to fix it one on one at online dot org. We'll be right back. You're listening to fix it one to one on m. p. b. think radio. I'm jason klein who would licensed contractor. Jeff simmons from house works. If you missed any of today's program you can always listen back by podcast using any podcast app or the public media app. Join the conversation now this morning by calling eight. Seven seven m pb ring. That's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four or send an email to fix it. One one at m. p. online dot org wanted to Get a question off to you here. Real quick jeff before we go to the phone with lisa in hattiesburg all right. Here's the email. What is the best way to go. I have a fireplace with a gas line are remove the old gas logs because they did not fit properly too big for the small fireplace. I would like to replace the logs with new smaller villas ones or an insert which is best in which we recommend new smaller logs or a new insert. I don't like inserts for one thing why Without getting in a lot of details we can. We can build a masonry fireplace for almost the same amount of money. Okay now my buddy. That sales inserts mad at me right now right you. He knows my failings right. So unless you're insert is bad. Don't change it leave it alone and just change your long right so this guy took the old logs out and he wants to know whether he should replace with smaller logs or an answer and you think smaller logs will. Yeah because he he. He's he's asking two different things. I got logs and then have insert. Those are two separate right shoulder. i guess he's saying. Should i just do smaller logical an insert. Yeah i would. I would use smaller log. Okay versus going to the expansive doing the inserts. I don't like them any right well and it's funny because when you think about it this can have in. Obviously we don't. He did not put here. But you know fireplaces have a lot of different purposes in the south and insert really is designed to warm give warmth to your home. But that's not all our places are installed into home so sometimes they're just for pretty so i've installed many of them that never seen a fire right. I never ate firing right right. So all right Lisa's on the line in Hattiesburg and. I'm so. I'm so man's this bites fridge trouble what's going on your fridge. Elise good morning morning. Refrigerator stopped performing very well and both the refrigerator and freezer side were to warm of ice. Cream was melting into freeze during search that we clogged it for two days and look completely saul out and now it's working just fun but i know that this if there's a problem it's going to repeat it sale so what could cause that both on the refrigerator and Freezer side. it's a side by side refrigerator. I have one of these side by side. So we had a similar problem and i found that It's funny because the the refrigerator gets it's cool from the freezer right. And there's there's this there's this portion in between those two things that won't get clogged up. Meaning it'll ice over and that ice over is not normal it's because some sort of moisture keeps hitting that right there but but Once that little area between the fridge in the freezer the the the portion of the free or the freezer that feeds the fridge the cold air that will freeze and believe it or not. I have taken just a hairdryer to that. one thing. All the the the the fridge is back on line. I agree with that too. I think another thing i would check. Is my coils dirty. Yeah depending on the age. Some of them are on the bag. Some are on the bottom. This is a side by side. What how old is this fridge for about ten years old. Okay yeah coils are probably on the bottom. You probably have event which which sucks air over those coils To coil to cool the coils. You might check and see if those need to be cleaned vacuumed out. And there's typically a water pan down there too. Hit the freezer from sure. Absolutely the one one thing on the freezer also one of the biggest things. I've seen on a couple that i've worked on is going to sound silly but not all of It's not ceiling properly airforce pulling in moisture and warm air from the outside. So it's an since it's what's considered now leeson older fridge-freezer if it's a if it's ten years old or older. It's considered an older model. If the freezer had a lot of ice in it than than it is bullying that warm air around the seal and once it freezes up like that it might not close completely which only just makes it. worse than perpetuate. So make sure your all of your seals and win. The fridge is working right in the freezers. Working right make sure. All the seals or connecting perfectly. There's actually a little magnet inside those seals that make it connect. Yes you can use you. Can it's not easier fund but it's possible in you can order those online. Thank you so much. Just ma'am all right One of the caller sue in beaumont and her from soon a moment and how to sharpen scissors with a sue. Thank you i know. This is a stupid question it. How do you keep scissors shot. Because i know the students why always blasted call that. I have fifteen or twenty paris's around the house but if you could fabric paper or some hair he they don't stay sharp. I got you i got. I got a great idea. Are these good scissors. I've oh good. Good quality cheap right well. The cheap ones the best way to sharpen those to throw them away and get new ones. If you have an expensive one. I suggest you get yourself a dribbled. You have dreamt sue okay. Dribble is is well. I won't say a rotary tool. It's a small hand held tool that people use to do Grinding and cutting and and but you know what it gets just it gets way down into the into the small things you even find dribbles at nail salons people. Use them all the time for all kinds of different things. So that would be the thing. I would suggest And the rotary tool companies even sell a attachment that will allow you to. Yeah it'll allow you to grind an angle perfectly. Use it every year for for my lawn mower. Oh my gosh. The greatest of all time. Liz just walked up his answer. The phones dan said i cut sandpaper with my great idea. She cut sandpaper with the scissors. Sharpens so i'm assuming it's going to be a very fine grade sandpaper okay. Liz pulled it up. And i'm going to read google to you. Now and radio cutting fine grit sandpaper will also sharpen your scissors. So there you go drink from the internet so it's gotta be you know that's a great idea are the ones they sell the kids. The kids at first graders with japan's he knew the counterfeiters. Yeah yeah right list. Thank you thank you. I appreciate it. I You know the one of the things i want you to pay attention to jeff is. We're doing very well on our podcast very well. And we're we're over a hundred and eighty thousand downloads of our podcast. Yes we are. 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Top 5 Comics Podcast - Episode 164  Heroes Reborn

Top 5 Comics Podcast

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Top 5 Comics Podcast - Episode 164 Heroes Reborn

"My name is gordon kabul. And you're listening to podcasts. Alabama band plan and man ran a man top. I've cars podcasts. People talking about comics pop culture events with today with a massive disaster. Josh forty-five put up put up and cbs. Also i guess today we're doing episode number one hundred sixty four many already grazer lemon nine years nine years. Yes he snores a season. Nine man is weird right they. I know it's crazy. See some day. We're going to do a little different way to talk a little bit about the telling you what you call it. The most recent marble traits which is not really trailer. It's like a teaser. Most recent marvel officially like named much of what's the name drop. It has a whole intro by stanley which is awesome. If you haven't seen it you can find you here but if you look up eternals on higham. Dvd it's curling have listed. Is there a trailer so check it out. 'cause van tastic. Intro is great that nobody talking about issue number one of heroes reborn from marvel comics store for you this episode I will start with any kind of all news. I guess so. I said giant new segment sound right in the news. And that's right so i guess Joker tuesday reportedly in development with walking phoenix. Being okay. that's an interesting. I didn't like it anyway. So i don't care about as interesting about making another one a lot of money so mean chase ultimately is movie. It's not like a. It's a good one time watch. I think i don't wanna watch a whole launch and like compromising we've talked about on this show and probably other shows also. It doesn't really fit anywhere. It's its own bag and part of that aggravating as far as like portrayal invasion beautiful. But he i don't sequel does need one. I would say no but didn't make a lot of money. So i guess we'll see so lady that Who she the character ant man. Wasp retirement the fat guy. But she wasn't really bag. I like the silk was ghost yet. Goes she the actress is going to play. Officially sign on a player of sony. Red sonja film really Hanna hanna john comet kaman k an common cannon. Haina john cannon crazy all right i mean. There's a lot of psychologists happening so they actually this week. We had a brand new color montoya sonia. The art is marie. Having a three car was really good. That's kind of a little weird immune departure from normal version the character. Whatever all different bridget nelson. I mean i would hope she's less crazy as thing. It means a different. I mean yeah generally speaking right. So he's he's making particular way. So that's a whatever i guess. They have a date for that at all. They don't have a date. Just says premium information. He added just came out. She decided on this and say wake with a year usually give like twenty twenty one ryan to the seen anything else like kennett skimp at invest. Cambe had what's his name. Come in and play a conan jason. Momoa i mean from that. It was the most reason incarnation of the movie. Those two surprisingly enough to robberies aren't actually connected like there's separate things even the bridge nelson movie. Arnold is in there but he's not actually playing conan. He's a different dude. Well yeah. I mean only because like the people who made the sony. You didn't have the right to conan comics though they did connect. We're in the same university. So that's the things they they put him in there as the whole thing was he's like he was supposed to be in and then like there couldn't figure the right thing on nike. Like we'll just change. Your name is perfect. And right. So i mean i thought that was cool. I as need today. Connect him me right now in the comic world Over the marvel. So the house of mouse which i hate. I hate that so much. It's pretty weird. The books are not bad. Actually books are actually really good but the darker to really get to so. It's not like it almost like they didn't even miss a beat because it's kind the same thing that dark which was doing which is now under. Here's that's totally different late. This outage of interesting is totally different. Stupid love that it's crazy. See your the part of the problem. That's dumb to me yeah. Time travel's crazy he got an idea. Here's my here's who's the new vendors. Captain kirk conan. I don not that crazy and mickey mouse new avengers. Are you gonna call moving in. Call them vendors. That's new is oregon. You teams so they are then you of injuries of injured. Hallway and luke skywalker. He's i'm by doing that conan. That's what you're doing the only one of those characters that wouldn't because of who owns them star trek captain kirk. He's threats sure was his random. Oh in the neu- d- the noise is the big bag. Because he's back. I mean yeah just like. That's what i'm saying that come on. There's gotta be a limit the amount of people you put in one universe because surprisingly the stories work okay. You think do. Because i'm not the only one in the series like over twenty issues need okay. That means nothing. He's popular enough to keep going. I guess they are red. Sonja liz over dynamite right now. So ceres. Wise in connection wise or not even. They're not the same company at all. I doubt we'll see jason momoa conan again although you know what. He's a lot more famous now than it used to be. Something else kind of marbly com marveling non-fox spider-man's heading delay again. There's been no lake clarification y. But being pushed back a full month so he gives raise you to and you're like oh. I'm super jackson three. You're going to have an extra month away because now instead of mayor release snuck him until july and then the subsequent subsequently houston come out months a month apart and also as far as series. There's basically the whole thing backwards and the first time because originally it was delayed because kovin so how it's his behinds. It is kind of weird. I coal are was good. Yeah it's got a impending delay. It is fine Zack snyder says he'd love to direct a story but he's not sure if he survived the endeavor like physically harm somebody else killing. So just be like. I really beautiful dancy lightsaber scenes. It'd be like synchronized swimming in the olympics. Looks really cool. But i don't understand what's going on. Cnn only because of the story. That's the perfect thing. I don't know how i just figured it. Out zack. snyder is synchronized swimming of movies. Like it looks really neat. They're doing something in a pool and they're dancing around beautiful but what to what purpose was going with really going on hopefully gold medal. Nobody knows nobody knows. he's not. I remind until t brown tomorrow night how you see how we react still go badly. I'm sure it's gonna go great thing. Man i mean justice has senate. I mean we talked about on this show actually episodes ago but the dude he needs somebody else. Driving the boat as far as the story elements because like the visuals are great and historic fees are. Okay he's these extras someone else. Extra in there to help on lila's outward keeps own flow a bunch of five great movies. That aren't even really a movie. So because it's beautiful. Yeah but it makes no sense as what i was saying i mean since ending donald day. No don dead the mall rains. That's one of the last made full senses movie now. he's i want. I mean it gets managed to i. Don't know man is still still make any sense. Heat is arthur scripture ramp so marvel studios still reportedly wants to bring Alongside john brzezinski for fantastic for also remains zach. Being johnny a storm that beige wise and stylized for sure which is weird if they did that that'd be like three really huge actors and in one marvel movie which is crazy. 'cause they're all three huge superstars I be surprised that they do that. Will you think back to even the fox fantastic four. I mean chiklis is a pretty big name time. Not as big as any of those three. Yes it's used teabag. He wasn't movie big. That's true zach. Franz huge like he really is normally blunts. she's really really big in pretty big. I now makes it makes sense who you rounded out the cast then with. I'm not saying. I'm not say anything bad about it. I i'd be surprised. But you gotta johnny storm's gotta be when when they go to do a fantastic orpheum unless you get guys like kind of unknowns ryan like it is spider man you know like you really what i mean. Gotta have i know. Let's get on things. That winds up being the case for his castings discern. I don't say that makes more sense because all of them on the same par. I mean i wouldn't necessarily bouncing the same will house but comparatively if he put some if you put a whole bunch of unknowns the ever that works okay if you put one superstar than four unknowns while a show if they use a group of people that are i think he'll be fine. I don't i think. I think he'll be a fantastic apart. And he's great. He wants to do a tour. There's a bunch of flight stubborn world. The one one also which is awesome. But i mean ephron is johnny storm i see it. Sure does look any comedy movies man. Eighty movies actually like beowulf. Those like so. I got it. Then billy casper for the thing. You got really k. seth rogan. If you're going to give him a oh man you know do much. That has actually not horrible right. Any kind of voice invincible. Also if you're going to put him in a loosely. Cgi once he's changed and actually be really pretty uk that's horrible but we actually be really and he's also pretty famous downsize. Here's the the only problem with that. How here's the only problem. Putting like four superstars in marvel film as they're gonna be onboard if they're gonna make it a part of the next phase on board for mobile homes and it's just like those guys being willing to do. I mean i know. I know that. Like robert downey junior like he did other films intermittently but he was pretty much. Just doing ironman like heated. Some other stuff. I mean like show combs and we franchisee. He did but as far as the thing i mean. That's a good point. As far as cassio bunch of popular people are well known people trying to leave him in the multiple movies harder state mean whether they just wanna work to work or they really love the characters or know what it is. I can honestly tell you. Like if hemsworth i love or i can't wait to be thrower but i know that like robert. I want to be like my thing so it just kinda our man i do like that rounding cast actually more thing about the more. I'm okay with ninety s. Throw in being the things because of his size general heavy trimdown crazy hair and his beard making military man for a second. I could go really cool will say i love michael checklists mostly from the shield and cash then a thirty staying but i could see working the same way sort of answer as interesting. I like that idea. It is awful by like idea. I guess we'll see there's no actual date for that. I mean we get a logo sort of is actually refers to phase four of the marvel movies. But it's also for the same. It has forwardly. So i think that's actually face for is fantastic. Core of kevin fight. He did make some comment the other day about like the really close to getting all of their heroes finally tied up to where they do whatever they want so they got work on some deal. I don't know who left her. There have left to morass bob still. That's a marvel comics character. But it's they don't have film rights for spiderman. I mean the distribution rights still lie with more over universal and foothold. So i guess give you referring to name more. He's pretty synonymous with pasok war. So that's a possibility distribution wise if there's a name or movie universal has rights to it. But i don't think name or whatever be like a a stand alone movie without supporting cash from before you need by himself. I don't. I don't necessarily know if you hold whole movie. I mean bag ivan. Fancy core or even the anti hero. How he's in the comics but without some her fuel for that. I don't exactly see how he could be his own movie by himself. You know what i mean. So him hogan only no other than the spiderman franchise which is still sony so vitamin everything contrairement connected to spidercam more bs. And that whole shebang of things but penalize mean since have their deal with sony low. I love scenes. The playable depending on how many i have no idea. That contract is written as thing the spiderman franchise in the two pieces over universal going ones. I'm aware of everything else was either fox left fox in return because time now they bought fox can't imagine there's eating alison sitting out on his own thing right. I just as he is kind of a cryptic comment. I don't know what that means. I'm sure i re-. I really don't have any idea when i read it and i wonder who's talking about but that no. They like a loophole with hulk ragging rock instead of planet which is fine because was high as thing he i don't know that's a having the same name or if you put him in the pandemic movie if nine name or movies so but this point there's been multiple that they're gonna have to do with spider man. I think i think has conversation before central game in the film. Stuff like says news But with the fantastic four like you can't do another. I at least give me pointless to do. Another like reboot like origin stone. Were distorted like you're gonna have to just like kind of go for it. Maybe they could do it. Shoehorn wise without having full even play. Don't go back to being kids again. I'll give you the first mike. Fifteen minutes of the josh train movie are awesome turns into something totally different and becomes a different movie and is not garbage but how am regard school with ours. Great whatever the whole thing was just like me taught mess after that for sure and hamas cima semi afternoon on sidewalk disgusting. But i i mean i think this points kong spiderman like hit. Another reboots player scratching disabled like. Oh by the way spider-man's here looking at this point so many people know who the fantastic or are and has been multiple has four films past. This is like you kind of got to roll with it. Maybe the iron it into the idea of how the end we did talk about here. I know we've talked about this before you buy off. We've ever talked about me. Show if they went to direction of using the blip to help with him in space have the reference from the wanda vision about missing astronauts is actually referring to the fantasy. Four i that's what i thought i mean. Otherwise it's a weird line or challenges the unknown but when he have no the dc. That's for but it's the same idea right. That's what they were they were. Dc's original nasdaq hordes. Without power ackward science books were okay bialik as a thing if it's not them is seems like a weird line. The habit granted is inserted in the middle of stuff. But it's one of those. It's like. I hidden louisville kind of thing. So they use it that way and they connect him to sword and come to the astronauts. They're missing part of the blip. And all that you get an origin story wall. It's not exactly the origin story. It's close enough and with the modern movies makes a lot more sense especially with the way they did knee. I'm doing the five years. So i if they use that as their catalyst. He almost shortcut prior to that point. They're already group like we don't need to get the mary. Come up and say oh. I don't know if i like you so much. Dave my sister just fast four passing apart from the actual change rather than have our setup and change and then she twain moving like the other movies. Did it'd be the same idea shortcut. I decided that's i feel like that going to do you. Just a waste of film of doing whole complete another reboot right. Yeah there's two pieces in play that you could use in grapes from. I mean have the baxter building at the end of spider man two of the missing astronauts in one division. So there's order pieces in play that you'd have bridge from and where they designed to be that who knows mean whatever but if you don't take that opportunity before with it i said i think the for the video is really mean for phase four but if it's not line the same way in so many marketing messed up because it only used it. You know what i mean with. Amines reveal or means something else cameo wise who knows be asked for his things they ask moving the movie list right. Dont'a movie louis movie list season yar so the first thing we got released wise he's black widow. It new schedule is july nine so as far as releases concerned. He's got another official date and everything else bridges from there so. It's the first one on the list as far video of the world. It's got the most stuff out there. You can see the who are going further article on it attack as trying to find it as as we're we're talking about It's the all the different teases in one of the fantastic corners multiples harm. I anna read it. I saw a number. One is moral studios making fitness for film. Which by putting the four like are they early teasing face for which a renaud's face what is happening but also the four is the pandemic were low. As far as you're saying right so there is that s number one but The sword lovers basically defend essa corps logo hanging. Yes as a kind of lines but okay what they're saying. I mean it shouldn't enough. Yeah glad jail. Deans wearing a fantastic uniform. Basically kind of yeah. That's good point. Okay i'm just reading it. Like i'm not saying i agree. Source colors are blue white. They've been so sword could have been like who sent them into space. That makes sense for the. Yeah that's always talking about Sort sorta training astronauts rhino that They're building something big. We know that right Darcy cosmic microwave background radiation yup cosmic rays. Monica knows in aerospace engineer. Yoshikawa kinda thought. I was going to have more punch to it. That's why i didn't like one of reasons. Because we're suppose teases huge reveal mariah or anything that One of one division wasn't afraid of fox by bringing in like the other pe- tro united in him. But it was hell says kind of like a we don't care about we own. Has your we want right. That's the only ones that have so if it hasn't four thing i mean okay. We hold the pictures next retailer. So we're talking about the seventies having a similar trend to the classic phantasm for blue and white uniforms. Any kind of so okay. That one i guess but she was never really part of the four in the first place lay the comics. She never really connects to them. She exists around them. Let's spectrums never part of the she was never an official four-member by any means as far as designed concern. I can see what they're seeing and that's interesting down. I haven't seen that before. Yeah i'll give you. I think this sort of a little bit of a stretch but the rest of it. I can the well. That particular character will come back around here and second so here. So here's all the rumors to ski and mcgregor. Both remote rumored is reader Bunch of times. I seen presents the more For invisible woman. Sue storm seen emily blunt and allyson eve which i can see both of them like al better honestly. Andrew garfield has been rumored a bunch to play johnny storm. Her nathan play has been murdered. Played the thing i can see. That too is that a lot of whisper can he would also fit really good. I like new Obviously yeah keanu reeves the silver surfer which makes a lot of santa's actually to norman. Rita's wells over sir. Which i don't see that one is montana. That's omonia kiana was just like way there's dialogue mccallum our sense terry crews ben grimm which is also the fantastic. Actually john seen has been grim. Have i picked eric. Who's over the two years. That catherine johnny storm i told you liam liam in handsworth is. Johnny storm should be hilarious. Have both have sourcing standardize next week. Johnson but that's not gonna happen now but cranston is prevailing liam neeson. is the voice in caracas. Okay mark strong as the voice of glasses and like these strong for that Kevin figgy has actually supposedly met with the mcgregor Bobby brown connery's image patel colin farrell jessica chastain in your henry. Cavill for future mc rolls. That's that's like actual like well the payout for you wanna go the four valerie. So look if they're talking four but that's like a broad spectrum of could be anything new. Yeah lozano names that are cool and in the of the was was being designed as interesting maniac. Culinary sir would be pretty cool. I think he'd kill silver surfer disliking his like somber like monotone talk almost like his Looks like he's just had massive tragedy in his life which he hasn't. But you know what i mean i i know he kinda has best for me is more than any normal person. I must say that. Not the current one. The one before this the kremlin stole live. Orleans married his girlfriend now the lady before the crime lady. That's on the died. Yeah will you go channel that inter inter sadness. I mean lawrence planet. I would love to see some silver surfer. Mcu sure really would And james gunn said that twenty twenty one is of going to be really difficult to get guardians rabbit. Twenty twenty one. I think is that what twenty what it is Currently guardians is listed for Two hundred twenty three twenty. Three's he said is going to be really hard pressed to get a hundred. Which yeah i mean. He's also said he africa's gardens three might go straight the tv stuff with me. It sound like that means because he's really high on working with john cena which i mean. That could see that being cole will do that. Green lantern show coming out. I macs zero masters missio night actually which they did cast the guy gardner character. Yeah i heard that interesting. They're saying he's the one of the names. But because the group who knows like cop. Drama weiss like eight of them koor ought wait and see household Other people to be runner. He's always been a camera. Inter fan dagger I love beggar. He's also has to be a certain kind of person to play the character right. We'll see ya. That's that'll be. that'd be interesting thing. I can deliver the bravado. The needs to be you know to be gardener. Because he'd lands a particular way also to do but he ad- guises a he's a special kind of shine as far as the movie list or whatever like when we were mentioned. It's supposed to be the person on the docket for for release Following at shink chee september third and change she just has traded drop actually and i mean it looks awesome so as she like in the world com aguire. These days will just marvel's bruce lee way first appeared on the on one highest tracks in his career. So as a thing. That's what he was. Short answer to watching tisdale is very different. Will see what they do. I i don't wanna down downplay it 'cause like the. I'm sure there's people like guards that we'll have to wait and see like maybe it'll be really great. Boy i don. We'll see i'm also surprised to do the eternal to be honest with you like why. They went that direction. Not sure butter as kind of yeah. He's kind of weird. But that is actually the next one wireless to and had one of the biggest chunks in marvel preview. Actually angelina we see. Oh gosh Can dives suber let these name. Kamaluddin dhabi things. What it is so we see him in there Yeah as far as the thing is. It's weird choice just because even the books like when you said to grinds galaxy people like oh cool. That sounds neat. Because they know the gardens are or have a version of the gardens in their head. He's eternals even qiao. Most of us will later him. What because it's weird like casting wise. I mean we have a little list of people for that. One kid harrington plain black knight which i need an expert. Centering game of thrones. He basically already was the black knight. So that's cool. I think. I d like that dude Angelina jolie is Jimmy chan is syria. We have some hikers isaak rajak is said richard madden is echoes which increases the only character of the that has facetime in almost every version of the comics. So he's like a main dude in the books. We'll see of movie does it. But there's a whole handful people. And like i know. He mentioned the last episode in the news section. I think chloe's al just one actual words over at the authors for her noman land as thing like they've got a good director in hand directed pushes for like real life scenarios or life like backgrounds soleil. That's really cool and a trailer. I mean the couple pieces. We see. They look interesting. I couldn't tell you what's happening. But they look interesting. I mean angelina. Jolie shot with the sword. It looked so cool blake will. I'm sure it's going to be a good film. I just don't i. I don't i just don't know that much about it's like all right. I mean i know a little bit about them. But sure actually. He's mentioned the day on the evening. Looked spandex podcast. I do with a magic ninety. Three point one's Max to jack kirby who created eternals also the new gods prior do either. One of the things was hired to do costume designs for caesar as a space opera. If you go to the jack kirby museum website. There's a whole bunch of the character designs costumes even if you can cosmas got built. And there's like photos of him and a lot of airy what the turtles in new god look like in the comic books so he did that stuff that clay in turn around repurposing for account box which is pretty cool just because of how old's quotas any idea they try to make like a space version of it as a as a theatrical stage play someone else check out that the i would comes to eternals. I mean i don't. There's not a whole lot of information. That i know about them actually saw i guess we'll see but they're saying november fifth so close to christmas time like this year this year. Yeah today saying that the this you released wise. We have four movies. They're all two thousand twenty warm. So i mean black widow which have now been done for over. Two years probably originally supposed to go last year. This was on may of last year last year. Two thousand twenty so as originals was we may and he got pushback to summarize than eventually was supposed to be october then now our july. This year supervised this upholds and now with all the online streaming stuff for like disney plus and everything. I don't imagine that that we'll see much shift again unless the world completely breaks more time i guess the aso july this year than shanxi in september eternals in november followed by spiderman. No home in december. So spidery christmas but as far as releases four this year in the later half of the year fourth. That's kind of an awesome material. And we got loki coming out like what two weeks i saw that is going to be released on wednesdays two or something like that is not the normal fridays. Okay that's interesting. Why not just reminded me that. I don't always remember that. But like i guess cobra kai season. Four's already wrapped nice. Yeah that's awesome. That's really cool. Which needs to happen soon. However as far as the thing. If you haven't seen cobra kai i mean we've been telling you on the show for like years now. I watch the boys finally like all of it. I still haven't finished season to by seen lava. I'm really liking like surprisingly. Like i didn't think i was gonna like it now. One into whatever. We'll see. And i was like i've really enjoyed it like i start to finish. I thought what's his name is amazing which i love him at carlisle via karl urban is just. He's awesome so greatness by decent housing in pretty much everything. But yeah you kills it. He because he's terrifying in some scenes of other teams. He's like beer buddy but yeah he's a. He's awesome in the to meet his parents. Variant is enough Also wow gone with it is. It's different in the comics little bit. Yeah or quite a bit. I googled it like to see what happens. This is in case. they never make season through. So i wasn't sure i was redoing some reading. It's way different way. Understand that i only read some of the comics i need the pristine i thirteen or fifteen issues before he punched out of the commerce coming out like swimming years ago so in the comics. Black nawar like the batman looking today is like a clone of home lender and he's the one that like the one that ended actually raped. Karl urban wife got her pregnant or whatever or did that like. It wasn't home runner. He's that kills. Lander says still could happen. I don't think so. Yeah yeah be the empty indices into. I guess i don't know how it goes. I'm not sure that they're going that directions way. Different crazy which is really cool. This cool things that happen man. I was like oh is neat anyway. Very surprised like i know. There's there's so much content out there is so much stuff to watch a. Have you seen this. have you seen that. I'm not gonna start watching that like swamp thing all you still should. Because they don't finish watching. I mean they're not gonna watch it but he's still still good now. It's like right now. somebody asked me. have you read. Game of thrones. All the books i said. I'm going to be like. Yeah like. Should i read it. No they're gonna make wisely. His that play word is never gonna finish that series. And he's just gonna leave you hanging. You might as well just watch the really crappy ending of the tv show and be let down that way instead. He'll take time on finished works. Like don't like joe madureira. Probably one of those gifted like comic artists ever spent an effect that he didn't finish child. Chasers makes me so angry. Rumor that mike finished. There's no rumors it's like finished. Yeah i will see what happens with the released. Suppose it's already finished. Nike gaza artists doing it and right results aggravating. Considering i agree ten Supposed to be like if oversized issue ads in it and it was like the the people get. I are like backers and kick starters for the game and then like everybody else. It'll go like it will be beyond diamond or whatever after that like through image consensus. Put other books he added. We'll be upper order. Said some point handle the in the regular world to still aggravating. Because it's only one issue. Well there's toxic ongoing with new. Look new artist supposedly. I don't know. I guess we'll never did that. To begin with because most most creator creator owned projects like switch writer. Writers hardest periodically like lecture. Not everybody's eric larsen does. Every didn't he do. Every issue like forever. forever percentage dragging. Yeah he still has yes what he's always written and drawn around yes but stance a him. Stabby brian too long runners like that. That i can't think of any way that's like this creator owned like written andrew on everything done every issue on a consistent basis forever. She that's true. But i mean kirkman has a close runner of the bulb invincible and walking dead walk into. I did have to artists. True but okay. That's three united mean. It's such as home out like you're a rare breed. If you knew that like you've done it you've put out a book like it's not easy you don't imagine having to do it mark after mom dude. You hundred fifty. Yeah no i. that's blows my mind. Yeah it's it's it's impressive to be able to do it. I get it but like dramatic like. Okay yeah relinquish relinquish duties. Much store continued. Because they're cool characters. Right oh yeah. They're definitely awesome. He had actually like a talent farms down just kind of over overseas things. There's nothing wrong with that man. Maybe just you may. You really did plan to come back to it. And then this fell off the wagon on so one of the video game thing from what i understand. That's what he wanted to do. Originally anyway in competitions having to he also did so. i guess there's that but may amount of fan following. You had bro. Come on the differences. Joe mattis young. Okay still. there's still a chance. Yeah there is you know what. I mean like georgia are is an old unhealthy man. It's a very different thing my mind. He drives a rascal scooter. Not because he needs it but because he's just that lazy like he's that guy that runs into you at the grocery store to get his pack of oreos because he can't ask politely enough for you to move that's how much i dislike. Georgia martin hold. He's wearing a captain had because he does like. I bow cap in hat salary cap in hats. It's just like saint. Canon has captain if you say so consecutive what is anyway. It doesn't matter he. I don't like him. And i wanna say some. I wanna like spout expletives into the heavens about him i want to curse his name the seven layers of hell but whatever. He's just he's not a good person. Immune that's okay okay. I guess it did take years for stephen king to finish the gunslinger series. You know it really did but he also like he didn't promise anybody it would be done at any certain time and he wrote a million books in between all those things you know like patricia. A think he's just razi. Well not totally in the but as a thing at this point anything he writes is going to match fiction. The world of his his series can't writing original now because there's so many van versions of things Theories of things. No what he does is gonna land on sundays in theory. No because the last book that came out is like there's there's different characters that never existed in the show. Yeah there's i mean there's so many different layers they don't go to the show that like he said it up that way on purpose so it's still a he could still do something really cool. It's fine can be way different. It's fine to do that. He decided rice a prequel instead By the way they started principal photography or the prequel frequency show equal show. Which i think. Actually i will enjoy that more. Okay because it's really neat. Like i'm actually pretty stoked i'm more stoked on now. Is the rich also co over the place tonight. I mean yeah. That's more of a bit more a little free anything else. So movie wise after the far from home. I know we home known as what it is starbucks vitamin no way home. That's the title for the december. Release staffer that guy. The next thing is doctor strange. The manas multiplayer samantha's and that guy's set for march twenty fifth. Two thousand twenty two. So we have that guy march. Dan were supposed to have a thorough love and thunder in may so the jane foster female thorley movie made six two thousand twenty two. They're still talk better version of that movie in. Which if that happens that's awesome. We'll see there's casting history of christian bell playing the helms. But i can't remember the name now so i think that's cool. Kristen bell kristen bell christian bell christian christian bale. Yeah would i say kristen. Bell the same thing. Bale bale batman. That's the i christian. Bale bale semi cure seeing like christian. But then like bell like crystal yet kristen bell. That's what santa like you were saying. Mix between two names like kristen bell l. Maybe it is out of there. So maybe so christian bale guy batman supposed to be playing on the villains in the thunder which wanna again. I don't remember so that's why after that. But that guy supposed to be out in may then after that we have conduct forever. Which is the panthers sequel and it is scheduled for july eighth two thousand twenty two as well that but i don i. I don't see anything wrong with recasting him. Just don't i as far as a thing. I don't think we're gonna before with new lead as the mail by panther just the way things are flavored in the world right now and the concept of like what the book sorta did. I think we're gonna see a female black panther. I mean makes a lotta sense within gone with five. Years of the sister wasn't because we never really see her feet away so the sister dingo way naturally family lies you would have fallen to her as next in line to take over as black panther now the other tribes could challenge to whatever you have the same kind of scenario that he had in the first movie but as a thing. The haven't mccollum books. So i think that's the natural progression going to make a female leading the second be done but whatever they do i mean. I'm sure it'll be okay but concept lies in the i think that's the most natural progression because he's been gone for five years and all those five years something else had to take over and it would have fallen her so i think it makes sense. Accuracy kill longer. Sure i like michael jordan. Just fine but as far as the thing. I don't think that's going to be what happens. But he's guys title finally says not by panther team. It's forever Then he following that movie we're gonna have the marvels which is the second capra marvel movie and it is scheduled for november. Is that the second. Captain marvel gap. It is so the marvels the logo itself has we'll carrollton berlin it and kamala khan s if the fan earthy film name for the movie too. So it's gonna be a grouping of nigeria's That ruin have from one asian monica. Monica was going to be in tomorrow. We'll to well. They've also reset pictures from the miss marvel. tv show which has con the other miss marvel. Apparently she is also now a casting for marvel's which is the movie name for. Captain marvel two so include. All three of them in how that makes sense outfits. Don't know yet. I'm asking cons. Show stuff will. Price set our that hud camera to he. Now marvel's a thing. Essien has a crazy life fiery as it comes within one though and we have a cat. The marble logo in the middle of it for carol. Yeah he's a whole thing like separate movie didn't even realize that that's that's what it is but that was aiming for Winter next year. Sunday base november following that we jump all the way twenty twenty three two thousand twenty two. We get four movies again. Doctor strange love and thunder gonda and marvel's so like for the next two years then we twenty twenty three and i one on the docket. Is wasp quantum mania. Which i feel like known about our lot longer than a couple of these other ones so that that's kind of weird but they're saying it's supposed to be february seventeen twenty twenty three so still early in the era gas but it's the first one must afterwards. Following that is garden. Galaxy libertarian retirement earlier with it. Which is supposed to be able to replace. The may twenty twenty three. And my like you were saying james talking about how. It's going to be hard pressed to get there which i mean there's a lot of digital effects and he's so busy with everything else why i don't think he's even really started on any no they haven't at all glad understand it. And he said he is. I'm not starring anything until suicide. Squads done right. Which i mean that guy least laughing i redmi sally done filming. But i'm sure they are. I think is really close. Scher got gotten a final trae reporter. I thought i don't think final trailer there's still. There's there's the creep the preview they needed during fandom last year. The the what the red band. The is red and the foul trailer i thought so i mean i don't really know if it is your mind usually. There's two of them. They did that make teaser thing which wasn't really trailer at all but had a lot of cool pictures. They do. Two different trailers. yeah. I thought i already did. Oh i don't. I don't i don't think so. I feel like i've only seen the to with is not one out there haven't seen anyway. I mean that like. I'm sure he's we're having press forward and as far as releases concern. That's all part of the brian a picture. So let's get trying to cancel a guy for something he did twenty years ago. Me in psych right. Yeah he adds pretty yeah. Pretty pretty Willy nilly mdc of disney. But like is a thing i mean. Yeah that's what you get. Well i mean it is what it is like i. You know i briefly. I understand cancel culture to an extent like if you do something really really terrible or say some terrible. You deserve to be like. Hey maybe taking care of but going back in time to something happened. Twenty years ago somebody said something. Twenty years ago. I think back and pull things out of of thin air just because all that is just bullying enrolling in its in. It's it's counterproductive to angolan on. So he's actually canada. It's counterproductive to cancel culture. Because it just like what you're doing is you're you're making like you're you're putting like basically james gunn who'd said some things when he was younger on an early version of his twitter account just to be shock value. You're putting him. The same. Category almost is Harvey weinstein and who is actually doing horribly heinous things and it's just like you're downplaying the whole situation by doing that right. We'll make harvey did not nearly as bad and exactly everything look so gray which doesn't make any sense. Which instead of being like this is horrible. And it's just like this is something you did when you were young being idiot like this there is a difference on just like an into. It's basically people. There's no repercussions anymore for people getting behind keyboard saying things in pointing things out dummy how you do this. You're terrible person. So don't do this at okay. We go for days. I you know that's key markets for canceling a really great director. Sure sorry. And then. All which reminds i saw rumor today like actual like pretty solid. Rumor that gina. Carano might be good that it wasn't that that they like. Oh maybe maybe the same thing they like they call the car just to be like this make everybody happy and then afterwards like hey come on back yeah. I don't know. I want to see sure diving of fire. We give her own show. It's not it's silly to be as as flat about things as they are. But i mean there are giant company and trying to keep everybody happy. You can't so as a bit of a crass comparison but she just Away maybe use. The different example agreed as far as things are concerned. It's not you now but it is it. Is it a career injure life thing. No it's like you might y you know. Try try not being so rational which proud there is not. Yeah it's different but it's as far as the thing not saying that she was right. She didn't she wasn't wrong. Showed up in this in the same age. Like i listened to. I listened to like a million different podcast and different things. Like listen to like. Want my favorite. My favorite podcasts of podcasts. Those guys they say some pretty terrible things. That are hilarious to me. You know and i'm sure in any other. I mean one of the guys is black and so whatever you know they don't like they don't say racist things like they. They say some pretty terrible jokes. About like whatever and i laugh. Every time i made me that person maybe whatever what but also listen to like the doctors row friends. it's the scripture washburn and those guys are like so the opposite like they're like they they like. They chose not to do an episode when when the capital got like raided right. And they're like when are gonna do an episode say is the whole thing capital. They're all like deep and seven. Come on man like those idiot rednecks of the capital. Like taking care of it is. It's a bummer. That happened but it got taken care of. But that doesn't mean that your comedy podcasting stop and you guys need to recognize every little thing that happens like in mass your Their over the top of the other way right. that's just like they're so sensitive to everything scher and they're like if you don't take the vaccine you're terrible person like that's basically what they're saying like they see him at bums me out because i love scrubs i love podcast when they're just joking and making jokes and talking about the episodes like it's a really great podcast job but it's just like i mean usually i'm not the one like remember like what shakes like where shame that the person nazis from texas. You're cancelled that it was like one of i. Can't cancelling the country music scene. Cancel the dixie chicks. And they're like just showed up and saying remember that whole thing and i'm like why are you yelling at like to shut up and make it funny podcast. Please don't wanna your politics man right. So yes that's the biggest part you'd have your voice iritani monkey entertain me exactly. Yeah that's i mean. I can quit listening and manuel listening. Okay phase on down the church. He's going to be a doctor professor. What's the guy the from harpo. Corrales the professor. The dr phil tony. He's the guy that's awesome so there's a new. There's a new harp of girls might movie doing it as the gadsden. All the wbz like dc staff in constantine. Oh really yeah. It's creator knows name. But he's a lot of stuff but nice i do like i did. He's awesome turk. Great was far as marvel. Movie stuff like last we have list. Wise is guardians three so far as it goes as far as it goes then. The photo of course appears. But there's no real answer tilly. If it's a monica for the four or of his face forced exit so like being. That's four you don't use that as a thing. If seems like a waste considering how close you are and how easily when easy how you could at this point before with that idea. You've already peppered. Ps you talked about earlier. Stopping spider man. This stuff in wanna vision. There's already stepping stones against the fantastic four. So of that in the for they show isn't likely easter a idea that it seems like a waste. Well i mean you got to consider that. The i mean they talk about. They talked about the hammer. Who is hammer like these. Non desert every time at the late leads between the movies. Yeah yeah so mean you talk about things before they even showed things same. Why there's a couple. There's a couple of that or the other videos author in the world. Taylor's like that are on the blu rays. I used to be on youtube. I don't know if they're still there or not. The for a couple agent colson videos that were released released on the believers of the movies was doing his thing. Yeah and like areas of one of them. That's is called what happened on the way to thors hammer. We asked higher for that. I don't have yet. We should and that particular short. He's still close driving to the desert to see the hammer and he stops at a gas station and get into like a robbery. It's awesome but like they did a couple of short pather things that exist outside. There's like the The mandarin short. Also which is partially what people are leaning towards with shane. Same thing so as far as like shorts in the world they did a whole batch of other things. That are like the blu ray or find on youtube which again. I don't just youtube because the disney and everything and they still be there. i think. look and try. I mean by tyler. Who is the four one is. Something happened in ways that the worst hammer. That's called the other ones. They don't the call. I know you're talking about i remember. I remember seeing us up. It's been a long time. Yeah and it just makes me colson and or was two things. Do segues as grant colson harry minute which allows clinical tiny. But i wanna know why they wasted the in humans on agents of shield. Tv show well known. They initially thought it was a waste originally introduced him. On the agents of shield. The show still ran synonymous with the movies and up until the last three seasons of did had appearances of we dropped the hydra running shield. It's all on that show. And they all revealed with movies but when they showed the in humans you never signing the big boys because he gave her on. Tv show on tv show was supposed to be a movie before that. And then for whatever reason that inhabit as a film instead became tv series but as a tv series very poorly received from what i understand from reasons I have never actually seen in humans. I've seen trailers from comic con. I've seen little video clips. And i've been told by people have watched it hate it I didn't hate the trailer but the trailer wasn't much of anything. And as far as the show. The us black bull medusa and one of the biggest complaints is apparently somewhere in the first two so the chop up all his hair which seems like a questionable thing because that's her ability but it's a high budget thing for cgi. They cut out of their together. People said they were impressed. Walk jenner and i don't. I had never saw those pieces so right but as i forgot about that i thought it will not forgot. That was gonna be thing but that was back when agency showed was like the top of the marvel to show thing our we've gotten productions. Tv shows basically Cherie ass i think since then Alkan i think that's what they intended for in humans because like the first episode they originally released an movie theater style but the way they released in his also questionable because he took the first two episodes taylor them into a movie and in only released it in. I max theaters so like i am actually road often watching very very and from what i've heard from people about the cgi not being the best. Why would you ever aim any. I next theater release something. That questionable affects a special. You could sell now it during his a theater thing. Yeah angrily to like half the country or something. But i thought they did so. They weren't really bagan. No was impressed. So we don't talk about the humans now at all and he dropped them from aging. She'll show a really quickly but at the time in the comic books they were trying to push out the x. Men because they had bought fox yet. They're trying to some side men while the fox was still at time fox too long x. Men presume they're trying to do was trying to do something besides x. men because they could does he can use them. Yeah which is why the complex we went from having like eight x men titles released to having three we had zero in talks nelson back between four and five and they weren't bad books or anything but the humans never score visit is smart it makes sense in a power move kind of way but then humans were never as popular as as ex man. Most fares just rebelled visiting my x. Men i don't care so i mean the books weren't bad. And buckled on book we had inhuman which was really cool. Had some joe madureira art actually and in ryan statement. Who's also fricking rate. And madame called the in humans renault. The all new huhne's all unions as what was called and we gave a black both right hand man. The duties of a cry shoot. He's only humans caning. i can't remember his name anyway. He got his own book as well. His name powers be able to escape anything or figure out how to escape anything. Shoot get members name anyway. It doesn't matter. As far as a series of books from having literally no hume books to having a whole handful and the next minute books dwindled from but it was it was it was a power move on marvel side on what they thought it was going to. The movies is the movie still came out. So whatever does she do the same thing which sephora. that's what it is. I remember going back. I mean all the way to like when j leader the human book. Yeah i thought was great and thought pad. They just didn't meet the reception that they were hoping for and like when they didn't like i said that is saving passing for like whenever fox put out last movie to josh trank movie before they did they said well you guys want to buy it back and it was all put it out. And they're like no. We'll just cancel the complex and they did for like five years in november passing for books. Johnny storm the thing. We're still around but everybody else was often the galaxy doing things. We never saw him do anything so reading soon. The kids off the cosmos as martin. Another story anyway. Yeah it was definitely a permit about that crazy nonsense. I still think black bowl is. He's will character so rad character offer. Sure i mean you can still bridge from the tv show stop. Were just forget it ought happening. I mean i guess. I mean i guess you look at it this way like they still use the ed norton hulk movie as like mcu tanny lass. So i could do now has not not undoable and light as agents agency shield at the end in connect anymore. We don't mention anything else. But robbie rasa ghostwriter that's true he was awesome. There's there's still quite. he's cool dot l. D. storyline was cool. They win a different direction. That didn't wind up anymore. I y exactly. They're allowed do that or whatever. I'm surprised we never got to a close and back in any way in the movies but as far as the thing that is ran on courson flavor reason elected to make its own bag enough since that of some connected anymore. I'll necessarily need not bad. I mean usually runs too long. We'll have wavering. How it is think going. That's really bad like the first episode. That's because they're making a doll to hide. Have him and then got awesome. Yeah anyway till it everything. So that's been at least we're going to go through sosa. Called heroes reborn correct for heroes reborn. Two thousand twenty one not original. Here's reform now totally different thing. So is this a new big like cross title. I'm going to be events like it had its own regular book. There will be time in books. So like w whole handful. Different tie ins baron. Zemo has one raise buildings team ago. After i assume the squadron his handful of bag is the guys kind of thunderbolt even not really thunderball so. There's nothing that has his own like x. Men book where seems to be. He's the replacement for miss for rob professor x. So there are other series is happening here. Parker has a one shot because he's not really spiderman so he's fantastic chaperone. Whatever that's gonna mean so there's a whole handful of like mostly one shot tie ins the don't affect our regular continuity of books here their own like their own things happening separate from the universe so you get all of them no but if you might the particular character than the right to follow ones of characters you i. I don't like blade. He's a main ball. he's kind of an character. Why no less. I'm getting to like we'll go through the book. Nasek an apprentice of. I don't really like laid but i because cheated on his taxes and fled the government. But i love the story. I love ed mcguinness. Sure and you know you're right. I don't necessarily like wesley snipes. They're the same guy. Man i know except that like here's my other question before move on and that's what i was gonna tied into. Why isn't the blade stuff listed on. Ahmat i'm going to say because we're too far away to happen. They already got the guy they've already done mockups of him in the costume stuff like this. I know marshall ali taking over the role as blade is a pretty cool idea. And whenever the announcement of all the academy awards her green book him as far as other things he'd done at time he was ever on the high point of of of his name in circulation. I like him a lot. No great i loved. I loved green book. Oh yeah no. It's fantastic movie. Have you have nothing to. But he's fantastic like it's it's a an. It's one of those films it's like. It's an oscar nominated film but it's like vigo is in it but it's so re watchable it so like heartwarming in great but also like some dark so it's like but it's fantastic and Oh my gosh. I think he'll do a good job. I don't dislike wesley. snipes as blade. Shooting i- surpri movies getting older. I don't wanna go different route. I'm sure his is car. Some some issues of him i remember. He's not a lot of stuff lately but like whenever on last lady. I heard i heard a lot at fern. Rauma and mike. Just just as like jared leto. I'm the joker. You have to call me the joker but he was blade in. That's how he was referring to and you wouldn't talk to him as anybody bud light. So i'm sure ryan was loved that i i have imagined it was sort of larry storm but at the same time like considering me who ryan his highlights business. I can only imagine how that really win. But like as a thing he just pretty over the top with it. And so i now since then he's had a loss of is like mean incarceration. He did a couple of comedy movies since then like he was using a how. Gosh call me. They call me dolemite using the new Coming to america is. Yeah both like straight up comedy movies so like new things. To amuse expendable three. So it's not like he hasn't been doing things but as far as anything at this stage is like he didn't have the same stop going on as as a head spaces concern. So i imagine it'd be different. There was talk about him. Possibly taking the role of dracula. And i i think that's fan. Theory is because we don't even know us dracula's sixty go man. You put a little color. His hair make him dracula all no but like making him be l. Play blade. I mean that would be rough. Considering the last movie was it was physical hard for him. 'cause you're talking about like of amount of activity is over the top. I'm i don't know the thing about in in twenty america and he's willing to enhance numbers now so the same as ours stuff could point. Why are working crazy. Vampire jumps and backflip sensitive point two and a half years in jail. I didn't know as a two and a half years. Yeah offer taxes right well however long is on the run you left the country so i mean i'm sure that wasn't quite the same living but i mean if you use the conference of america them kind of incarceration i guess. Stretch as seen eddie murphy. Really come on all right we'll have and then slash alone because he didn't expendable before l. Both of his first things back. He's an expendable. Three is the third one is the third when he was still in jail during the second one. The fourth one is getting ready to your made to what people are saying. I haven't seen anything you about it. Since i was like a blurb abacha bachelor click based off right. There's no reason not to the only thing. I think you will fail in those movies with. He's with harrison ford because if a perfect opportunity for a one liner for him and they wasted and the third movie he's fine. Helicoptering comes over the hill as all tanks and how somebody on the second say he really had to be tanks. I hey tanks just like any angels of snakes tanks. How you didn't get that. I have no idea. He seems like a no-brainer line. I don't get. It are serious sienna in indiana jones. I know what you're talking falls into the snake with. He had to be snakes. Taints things tanks and snakes kind word. Now here's a live over the hill chopper. A lot of tanks. It would make sense to be there. I'm telling you may have to watch. Maybe that's why you don't get as most people wouldn't get it. I'll come on man. Sorry reasons in the movies are action. Wash hands of this series. Wash my how my gosh. I can't believe you don't get that. I can't wait till the end of this episode. Why you don't get me. I got something out of you. Got a good one okay. We'll see anyway so moving books. Thanks man can't believe that. Speak of the with snake and tank aren't the same word scenario. The situation i'm saying that video game understand what you're talking about me. I don't see it. everybody else seems to. who's everybody else. You don't know them any other people's not true. I will ask the other tyler's tomorrow and see if they get it. I'm your life. cbs true. I'm ninety percent of your light has not you know i mean he like seventy five percent. That's not the way said it's funny comedy. Show guys come on now all right. So here's reborn will be. Spoilers zara by jason aaron and are games by ed mcguinness which mean like our wives fantastic Do you want to start off with the book. And he was starter. Let me start good so we first opened up we joined robbie reyes who is riding a bike and we have this crazy voiceover going on about how he doesn't understand how he woke up where he woke up and nobody seems to know. Where the vendors are i. Try to call for intel core. Dump and i was in and i couldn't get the woke up was at london. He covered him dry blood. Yup not knowing what the heck is going on in hobble. I've never seen before but look like ever lived in for months trying to teleport from the injures mountain but an engine mountain doesn't exist and he checked in definitely doesn't says it's like he's trying to figure out how the world is. The winning is and how it was where he was and company like. How have the slowest on biking and as he's riding down the street we see amazed of how the shadows wearing trench coat and hood who addresses him starts talking to him and then like adam about tells me he's looking for the ghost rider and like freaks robbie out which is kinda weird. I think to be honest. I can expect more of him and be like. Hey this is on. The things are weird we lives in. The ghetto doesn't freak him out because he's used to like every day probably. Maybe that's how i took it. Sure like he tells them yeah. I don't know what you're talking about ghost rider. He's like more looking for they've injures and robbie brushes ahmad like. Yeah you're crazy man Whatever you're smoking must you must need to. A treatment program. Like robbie writes off turns into glades voice order and he starts talking about how he's been looking for somebody to prove the he's not crazy as all he's been looking for if i survive by somebody they can prove that he hasn't lost his mind the is he's he's a vampire hunter. He spelled smelled vampires since he woke up and he also does not know how got where he was or what he was doing way. We we first got there but this world seems to have no vampires which is a very strange thing for him like it gives us a timeframe tells them in blades voice over. It tells us in two weeks and he can't buy anybody even knows what the images weren't aren't they ever existed as he's talking to himself. He says that the whole planet has undergone has gone under the knife having carved up in recreated slapped on the bones but non the right places and like as he's talking we'd be over getting his voice over. We see behind in this election. Truck borough by in on the truck says we elect colson. Isn't the background it. It comes into play later from there. We jump to washington dc days later. So there's a lot of time package in a book as things go on but where we join Washington is just outside the white house and we have so much alike agents on the lawn and fell walking up to the white house with a giant green cape who super pissed and yelling at the adb as a yelling at the white house. We see the frontside. We see this doctor. Doom and doctor doom as he's giving his speech is going to take over america and he's he's going to be. The rightful. ruler of the world are of america. He transforms we see this. We see a giant like a pink. Pinker read sort of diamond shaped thing which we quickly find out as jim said iraq and as he holds it he added to his chest and he transforms into dr juggernaut reread. It looks awesome. It's it's a cool like mash up. Even though it's not really a mashup paramesh. I mean kind of need be talked. I hate when he collected the gym. So this world we've never had a proper juggernaut and him find. The jewel is the first person. Since jules us i guess in the past to have it really and as always is going on we have a voice overplaying from blade and places. Some parts of this world are better and he still talks and talks about how the world is not all roses there still places where people are starving while other people feast so. There's still lots of lots of problems in the world. But this world missino vampires and that's kind of awesome thinks it is and like certain other things to be very different an almost better but he still knows that they're wrong and like as fight on the front lawns begins. We have our new main guy. Our team leader guy. Show up to stop doctor. Doom and it's hype period on and he shows victor. You never learn deo. And the two of basically into a fistfight. And if you don't at all he's basically superman basically blond-haired in marvel and a doctor of course lives in doubts period fall. He's lost his people as his country. Turn against him happier and explains during their fight that all we did was force them to allow like elections happen. We drove dictation out. You came in dead last. Yeah all the people voted and they didn't want you. We did turn but against to overthrow you. We may democracy thing as five minutes is pretty cool to shots straws. Just awesome bruiser guys and getting so awesome at one point dume grabs holy neck choking him and he still still talking to him and we see how your influxes neck and it shatters dunes ham like cracks all up and he starts using i guess he vision on him yellow. Do they call the different for him. I guess i don't know that as nuclear vision. Thou either answer from there we cut to a scene of what is the top of a the white house and there's a whole bunch of black lake swirling stuff around outside of it and we join nighthawk. Who is the capitol building. The capitol building makes more sense. Actually sheet is e. Okay anyhow we join busy as the senate. How captor right now. We join nighthawk. Nighthawk is basically the squatters and he's in the process of trying to get into the congress in the end of the building held the same congress and he tells a because we're talking over headset however has as to each other or your calms. I guess it is eight thousand know. I know places over usually thought covered in black and trying to kill me once. We're inside the senate. There is a a really crazy looking. Basically you. Venom scrawl are venom venom. Hydra which they call him the black skull so best they can. Tally must be the red skull mixed with menem right. That's why i took it as right. Could we have a whole bunch of hydrogens but the coloring is black and red instead of green and we have venom with very hydra ask. Skull spider logos. Heads really read. Scully definitely look small so like as a thing. That's gotta be what it is and it turns out that he's currently holding all congress hostage and as my jobs is try to save them it wherever we can from there. We jump to a doctor spectrum. Who's heading up space. Because you see something coming. He informs the other two movies investigating with the space and like all this going on. We're still getting blades reflection of the world dialogue as he's talking about how things have changed in high whereas everybody and he's he's investigating things we says went to the the seventeen seventy four bleaker street. There's doctor strangers like a head shop. And he found jennifer walters but she runs a successful lawyer. She's not wearing. He added nothing. Green about her and carol damage is just a pilot. She's not captain and because he hasn't been able to make captain because too much of hard nose usually talk about her and the scene. Yup there's reflection of all these characters that used to be our heroes world and where they're at now they're all gone. There around is not what being as themselves but you as a doctor spectrum flies out in the space. He's basically a on a green lantern. I guess he. He's informed the others you know what he's he's coming out trying meet it. And he tells carol danvers usa flying alongside him. He stay back carol. And she's like they get all the fun because she wants the the battle lever and we shot for second tony stark. There's nothing iran about him at all. So blades investigations. He says in tony stark disappears never took trimble heart. he's still just a warmonger. Basically arms dealer. We had a talk about his time with him. Because of that. And i mr stark Meeting the joint cheeses has been rescheduled Waiting signs like they're happy hour inside as blades that creeps in the shadows. He's he's like the spirit of engines. The star brand dangerous banish in the negative zone. The nation will doesn't appear on any maps and was dimissed as a myth years ago. Power iron-fist never left them out the mountains of tibet. Whoever did all this was certainly thorough. The near as i can tell all i really had to do was change. His one important thing that affected all the rest and it's him staring at a statue. Captain america emphasis in loving memory right. It doesn't say anything does that's all said he doesn't say what what is he needs to change but lose to that he actually mentions banner too busy talking about banner being banished as crazy next scene you have the next squadron supreme character who is Blur and he's fighting. The silver wit choosing between scarlet witch in her brother died. She absorbed his powers. Because there's no avengers. They weren't rescued by them to not be evil so he dies and shoes power so she's a speedster also the scar which which maker even more crazy horrible. I was the fact that like if that was the real case. Is crazy powerful. She is the fact that she's not leading that group. It blows my mind. Because he's a guy like she never return good and best we can tell for all intents and purposes the squatting supremecy all the good guys best we can tell i mean in comics. They're based off characters. Start as bad as a mock of the justice league. But they're not really bad like when changed. The squadron became good but like while the more book the eighties. They were good but like does questionable. Waiting would handle things. bi like originally they squadron sinister. Now we're looking at yes. And i like the original incarnation. These characters had told different name and they were just. Ill deathly that we've interest could be just as ling and as far as the thing with your changed to the squadron supreme. They stop in bad guys but they weren't really entirely entirely guys either. So i mean it's a mixed bag of what they are but in this world they appear to be basically the justice league basic sales power says fighting a mix of it'd be odin the destroyer in Space space out. Certain monster guy mostly fights spiderman. I guess but yeah. He's dog is weird. He's looks like a dragon. Money's not that big yeah. Just random has a tail like sort of stone stone looking aperture about him. Be lamb amalgam of them. But as i mean as he had blade talkie his his dialogue. He's basically says this is the last all father and in other words. the gods are dead. Anne c Spectrum in space now. And he's was waiting for whatever's coming towards earth and he's He's hit by jank fist. And he's a no can't be eyesight you die and your stones turned dust and whoever's coming adam as like a goldfish and a purple blue and green one and they're like all like attacking spectrums death. You speech you death. Maybe that is something you fear. But i or but not i and then you get which is the most random thing to me but awesome at the same time in no combination. But you thanos right. Music embraced death with all. My infinity rains right. Which i thought was weird that they said rings stones after wearing is finger like rings so it's a mix of anything. Kyle the mandarin. I guess but not not ten. There's only the five bi so instead infinity gauntlet. He has infinity rings but looks like then. I put like the the base of the greener character. Who has with look at the trading cards right and their powers in the back films. Not that powerful doctors perkins harmful like comparatively to thanos with the infinity. Gallon like string level but he just agree. land train. You can't use all his power with with a different color spectrums so i think i think he's power actually fluctuate like physical string trees dude with his powers right which like energy projection is is one of his biggest things than it's even bigger than like his strength was able to shoot crazy. Beams of his strengthen his physical prowess or whatever like number wise. If you want or what does what's his projection so okay so for those. Seven is the highest for those plane home. The if you bought your copy of this book early enough most stores were provided batch of promotional cards. The away with the book now granted the in early groups of them because they didn't provide a lot of them and like not every issue has a pack of cardio with it which is sort of aggravating but in the pack hard. We have tim trading cards and on the back that done like the old school. I want to see ninety nine series of of stats so as doctor spectrum. His energy projection level is six but his intelligence is a form. His strength is to his idea. Ability is also six so it comes to energy projection. He's only one step from highest but as far as physical strength the correct dude. Sort of anything about strength. Look at on his superman his strength is six is their ability seven but his energy energy projections only four so doctor spectrum and you just like religion the string releasing the dude. It's in the way they will use their projections. As a thing. You think with all five rings or al five gems of the way more powerful than doctor spectrum. Just classifies course damage. Did i have a card so hard as hard issue with that so anyway those that is like it's it's as pure on thanos sitting. I showed him well. Not all these even doctor doom. Not really it's doctor. Doom with jimmy said iraq's transformed but he's still like mixed with juggernaut. Hanna kind of being the has the gym that. There's no cane marketing her though. But he's like he's got the juggernaut like the look for showers so yeah even look like ways armor transforms looks like retiring right but i mean anyway but this thanos does have vampire teeth and does look like that fire. Chief i don't know they're really supposed to be that or not buy it. Is here now. Sharking nines so the next scene we get It says days earlier and as as blade speaks of Looking for god's using. I wish. I had a god of my own and it says days earlier norway and laid in his his traveling like coat hoodie in cloak or whatever it is and he walks upon. What is a looks to be thor. And he's drunk and he's drinking out of release we viking horn. He's drunk where at t shirt and he's dislike very metal. He's like now. Yeah you never found your hamer. You came to earth because your dad since year. Two legroom some this in that adani like he never learned it. He's gonna get it. And like i don't know what this avenger person you speak of. And he's like. I don't know i know. Nothing of hammers is dead. And my only friend here is a this basis czyz drinking and as you get angry ear yelling at blade for asi mali's questions your thunder and lightning outside music. You hear that thunder like that's because you and it gets matter and he's like leave me the hell alone. I thought it was cool. They still hell. Acl like like the the norse version ryan the hallway ours is on those really cool and then As is like losing his girl these this thing he just throws up on the ground right. So he's like he's turned to fight him. Andy four blade goes to say his name. He goes to call in for a interrupts him before he can he punches the mighty guy said leave me the hell alone the bones in my father i show. He's beauts everywhere. Played like okay. I missed too much for me. Amount blades like maybe i should be like the the god of wine and drink to forget like he is and then thors belt combat like more where that came from. I guess the only problem is a vampire for mike. Kind get iraq. He's like Somebody's gotta bleed so then it goes back to nighthawk. Yeah doing with the Black are the red no handed they call the black skull rush gloria and his like white house. The nighthawk president wants to know if it's true to blacks. The bicycle has taken congress hostage. You need also like to know you're deciding. A whiff senators to rescue. I and the close calms i hear. You're the smartest man in the world who maryville an awesome blazers again. If that's true then tell me something mister dark and scary nighthawk. Who am i and why am i. Here is extended this blade. Go back to london to your rats and magpies. You know me. I know every two bit cutthroat in every corner of the globe. I'm i'm the face. They see dark when they fear where or when their fear won't let them sleep until that night. That is really me standing over them. Has that night finally come for day walker and then blades laughing. Is there standing back to back. Surrounded by hydrogens he's like look here as like blade slashes hydrogen throat. The you people can change things around all you want. But i'm telling you right now pow ain't no world where you can lay a hand on me without losing it and nighthawks like most any other night. I would gladly feed you that soar. But i don't have time whatsoever for what's for whatever nonsense this is. I'm a bit busy saving. The world is a turns out so the hell am. I see. i've been searching. The whole damn grow for proof that i insane. I just needed to see. It is somebody's is somebody else who knows the world is all a big damn lie and now i have like overwriting com hansel calms cancelled my heart. The president demands that you say congress in descending order according to fundraising pro is a till it her dammit till the president he tell him nighthawk. The squadron supreme of america. I've been saving the world for a living for laws. Anybody can remember. Mr president i have said is a guess what he said. Maybe you should fly over there and help him. Mark yasser issues. I've done here which is talking to. He's hiring he's still find doctor. Juggernaut non winning. We'll yeah is secret services. Tell the president like a president colson. Get you to the bunker sir until the doom situations clear. Carlson says they really are something. Aren't they are squadron. Anyone ever deserve to have a universe revolve around them. Look at it son. I mean take it all in and tell me the truth. Have you ever seen a world war beautiful miss and it's the supreme fighting. They bunch of different cut scenes of inviting anna. Let me see Nighhawk say night. Note and hand wilbur surveillance primary target blade. Then it's blade on some like glacier somewhere. He still talking to himself. It took some surgeon to get here had to break into the pentagon still the last known coordinates from their let. My vampire not be my guide. I can smell human blood no matter how faint number. How cold shows a th oregon's to hell with everyone nothing matters but but you meal friend more meaning he's still hor holdings horn like as i can like the card out horn like drinking out of right. He's as a cobbler. Don't you and then the bartender of you've had maybe had anything. i said. one more. Meade like as he yells at like. Lightning erupts from garlic. Looks like he might hit it on the table to actually which seems he would have done before because the way the so does a slam i guess yeah so prior to thord job outdoor at one point timer for has been any. That was a candidate. Donald blake who dr donald blake. Doctor who went on hike in the hills at one point found his walking stick and took it. Anyway you re tap it. It would transform into the hammer and transform him the thor so it serves dual life purpose then eventually did away with that idea real. Recently we found out. Donald blake's personality didn't actually go away. It was imprisoned scifo which didn't go so well In a very recent batch of books but as thing prior to the transformation in thirteen you over the body the stick is the walking stick was what transformed between the hammer and itself to provide the idea the secret your second personality so this appears at the drinking horn. He's actually the walking. Stick heavily slams. It aligning ups from at least from beth. I can tell so. The next scene is Blade against these chron ice cave and he says in one thousand nine forty five greatest here on the world disappeared. He was lost presumed dead. Even though he wasn't there never there just never any vendors to go find him and the and then the last two scenes that we see our thor looking at what was his goblet. And it's now hammer. Now the hammer says i blaze so talking. He says i suppose there still aren't with me and any suck head or vein popper who ever crossed my path would tell you blade. Don't give up easy the whole damn world against him and the two scenes you see. Are thor or looking at his hammer crazy. But insane by all the gods like shocked and maybe like he's getting some clarity. Oh my gosh. And the next is blade putting his hand on the block of ice in captain. America's still frozen. Barb is right which anybody and then he says. He's basing not allowed under his breath. Avengers assemble because basically what happened. Is captain america early on in the book when he's looking at the statue captain america that that's that was the pin the pin drop the cosmos Different yeah that was like the that. He's he's the one that changed everything. Somehow that's part of the anchor. Am i at when they're talking about when he started by. He never had removed to travel from his heart. Either so like as thing. things unraveled. Something somewhere best we can tell from. A blade is ascertained. It has a big piece of new capital. America which is kind of awesome unlikely says like symbol owners breath. I think that's so cool. But if he did notice though we'll go back to the cards that come with it. What are the card. Say for which character well see a doctor spectrum on top as far as characters yes the doctor spectrum but what to say on the top superhero gay. Can we have periodic also severo nighthawk also superhero boiler also see where hero. Then we have A rearranged so. It's my fault power. Princess also superhero. Then we have four which says supervillain have bef- isto so the devil. It also says supervillain have blade which is also a super vom followed by aiming captain america also supermom suzanne interesting. Because it's like a something i mean. Obviously officials involved. I mean the fiscal from the card alignment puts him on the good side. Or will we know is being a good side. And if i just laid i played the neighbors were following even robbie race remember style so it can't just be remember anything rally raise talks about. How he i woke up. Oh blades voice over. Yeah i miss read the you as you look at. It looks like its rival race. Then you realize it's not till we find. Robbie raised talking about being a kid on anybody. I miss because as blade's going he's looking for all if you didn't know robbie race was part of the vendors off and on he's had them the most recent coronation of injuries part of along with surprisingly was two years really part of the team but he was there during the story him an actually carry-on shows agreeing to as a thing crazy via the cards Looks like who are normal. Here is our our allies on the side of supervillain according to the cards says particular world. They're not on the same side. So i guess as far as ratings that we normally do like like i said before we got quite into this. Been a blade fan. Not a big vampire guys. Some jam like my favorite vampire things. The lost boys like that's kind of where it begins in an end. That's my that's my manpower is i'm not that guy. Like obviously like twilights the dumbest thing in the world to me like i never got into With the really ridiculous one. That was on tv show. They're also from the south true blood's never got the bloodstock stop like no interview with the vampire was like kind of like like anne rice stuff like some people really love it. I don't really care a couple of the books i was like. Whatever like never been a vampire guy not mme like the underworld stuff like you know t brown and like that everyone. Podcasts talks about like how he's like all unrolls the greatest firm hurting harm interview interview with the vampire. Yeah no he's talking about. How underworld is the great vampire stuff. Okay mine's not bronson sure so. I just i'm not a vampire guy is i mean. It's a decent enough a story like they're okay like vamp urging me a yes i mean as far as monsters go just like they don't like data heightening kill like oak stakes and silver pretty easy to kill or like if you run into one at night you're screwed but like you just take your umbrella day like you should fine. You know like rain all the head but anyway like blades can like he's like half and half and he's kinda can go during the day but he's like the powers of the nighttime visit us. Whatever i don't i don't dislike him. I'm just never been Not like a huge family. Like oh my gosh. Love blade i. I watched the movies. They were pretty good like sure. The old books like the old like marble. The old marvel monsters books with i. Cam hellstroem was part of that. And oh yeah. The during spirited engines kind of stuff like was never big fan ables darker books. Like i was too young for it was a mirjam. But the fact that he's like the key characters so far i thought was really neat. That's what i was practicing with as it was written. Well enough for me. I was like. Oh okay let's get you pick the one guy who's kind of like he's already kind of bad guy in some people's eyes even though he's not you know but like people always blades back. But it's like you this cool us neat. I like that. Scottish supreme thing like it's i kinda guys but kind of like what was going on third like marvel owns it but other but again they're using them again. The carpets i. I mean you talked earlier. I mean high periods when used periodically off and on just a powerhouse outage to kinda fill a role in like different storylines. Sure kinda the other haven't really seen not as like regular him in doctor. Spectrum are going to show can any normal fashion but yeah thing even when he shows up half the time in half the time. He's bad so like he had many series. Maybe two years ago call hype with him trying to try to be a superhero and actually superhero. Because they don't generally speaking. He's not tied that cares about collateral damage so he lands on the side of getting the job done for the righteous answer but if he kills a bustle kittens in the middle. He doesn't care as the comes when he wanted So that taylor. Storyline was trying to idea of him. A feeling bad about normal people ain't trying to put more weight on being more nor actually superhero early so like the rest of my kind of the same bag and like as thing. I don't think we've seen blur like literally at all in anything. Recently i mean or power power either one of them and i maybe just 'cause they're too much like pair predecessors and because we have speedster how hawk he's wanted he shows up every once in a while too but not any normal fashion high period. The one that really shows up at doctor spectrum and even when special he usually not in a superhero suited usually walking around with the gym in the back of his hand. And he's dressed like rifter and half looks like so as a thing. The others don't really do a whole lot by themselves. I mean we got a few mini series of the squadron supreme and their yano five or six issues. A piece suv not something super crazy as far as play. They're very like hero anti hero. I guess not usually just straight up bag is but they're also like oh. We got hype out of jail. Become help the avengers smash some crazy back from space. Because he's in jail which basically but they also have like the century tuesday. The that's another of the same character. Mary because bob is very like superman as well versed nowadays and he's never really been bad but the of mercenaries also making crazy so but again seven thing going on but hype been around long century unless you believe the rhetoric in the next century around forever which had forget him. Avoid take over the super add. It was so amazing sankoh. well done. Yeah it was great anyway. Doesn't know what we're talking about. The central i first appeared in quotation marks. Even wizard was part of it. They're like oh. There's this uncovered like original like stories of the characters written mike way back in the nineteen sixties or whatever and blah blah blah blah and introduced. There was such a good like. Oh my gosh. Throwing an late setup whole thing was april fools joke and people loved it so much that he still around. I mean it was really neat. Professor was it wasn't a big eagles jared. But they did. They did that article inco with with the combo with the book. Oh yeah but the book was part of the joke. He was all in april fools joke. But it wasn't really a joke. It was like a actual proper story. Well they made the book but the book itself sacramento seven seven. She's a mini series. And they did. The way built a book out because the person interviews about his joke asada interview was magazines. Joke asada being delivered the remains of this book. There were elise attic after her husband passed away so they made the miniseries they took. What was the classic art also in quotation marks and mix it with new art to fill in the holes of the story for pages they can have to the end of the story. The whole thing going on is that we have this character the void. He's coming in the centuries looking for help to defeat avoid and the void is going to destroy everything will then turns out that the century of waiter the same guy just a century claims personality shifts becomes the void and can't stop it but the only way to stop the void is if you get in this century as zimmerman thinks about and he's not fair so the whole reason that stan who was alive at the time did remember the century nobody work in marble remember century and none of us as readers as the artery on as the months like the months went on. I do remember that but like we as we got towards the story because even the characters in the book slowly started remembering the century because he's so brilliantly reroute alec had has bladder man like news publications. Like it. In like i it was just it was gene. It was so good as much as i hate queseda. It was one of the cooler things that he did thing. Century the whole that bob coming on the scene whole thing was does so well in orchestrated now modern day like today. I don't know if you do it because the way the internet is now how we need your news you can use from eight million like little fan sites sign of it work the same again but the way they did. It was amazing. It would have to be like really like what's the then anyway but like it was the thing then it was but like you'd have to disappear. It would have to be so planned out and slowly released in such a thing. I mean what they did. That was pure genius. It's one of the cooler thing that's ever happened in comics to me. Honestly the centuries fantastic as a thing i mean. He showed his stories lot anymore. More one point the did kill him. He's not technically dining. Where i guess but like as a thing ya know the centuries which if you're listening to the show we've talked about the century and i show multiple times. The as a thing just brilliant. I as far as a setup an execution of something just amazing because they like fallen have pictures of the the guy who is supposed to be the artist and these old pages that look just like jack her yard. I was mazing leded so zohrab as a thing. Him him the century hype in the century. I mean they're very similar to the super house revolves. Mother both people powered by the sun to both men like clones are knockoffs knockoff. That's what you call those one hair. Bob's long periods short ones red here red here appearance now. Braun here as you call it. Orange coloring lawn orange. Guess but as orange go with rain singer the figure. Now it's it is orange ish as far as his haircut is concerned since reasons. This is real color natural hair but the way colored here. It does look very orange. I'm gonna say he's a ginger orange. But most books affiliates like dirty blonde so either way as things nakasu regardless even as he talks about how as long as there's a sun in the sky that's like he says is fighting boom anyway as far as books score-wise yes gorbunovo as an injured trippy. Crossover thing that could be really cool. My one of my favorite artists like make me like character. That i'm not a fan of i give it a four seven five. I was very impressed. Like i didn't know what was going on like are picked it up. Sit down as this was cool Yeah big fan case. Sewer goes i. I like books like this like forgotten. Heroes in goma kamina refined stuff in like you know Big fan i. I mean this. This is a story. They've kind of been done before in certain ways of like. Oh wait. Nobody remembers like a world chain around me. Yeah we you know like these people and over here but like the they're still here like in life. You gotta remember you are an i. Whatever like it's all it's been done. But his i if it's done well as a cool thing so so so yeah. I also man like as far as stories concern. Yeah four and a half because it's it's really pretty fun and you don't need really know anything to read. It was great for across over ten times. Like you have to know like characters in what's going on with them to be like. Oh that's why that person's anus. Why did this this thing. Just like a cool. Hey this this is a cool story right. I mean if you know who the squire supreme is. That's cool but you don't really need to you. You don't even need to if in mike if anything. Who's discordance agreement you google. You're like okay and then back and read our more like book from the eighty six eight hundred eighty six like shirt like okay cool like just there's a lot to it like an bring a lot into it can be like you know. I don't know if a lot of people. I don't know. I'm sure i mean there's a lot of people like people listening to chastise espa like the captain. America found a glacier zero thing like he disappeared for a long time and even just found him. he wasn't an original lender. Now they know the the vendors found and you know whatever and like. There's some coolness to this whole thing. Sure well seen when blade in there like the way they set it up really really cool. I liked it a lot from awesome story. Wise book wise for half. it's awesome. And i love you. Giovanni around that dude's mcginnis maginnis that new awesome. He's great thick necks. heroes fantastic. He just thick necks in a way. That your true love just never could figure out about rayfield rousing next to you is not the same thing not not not well man. Not the thing has been an ongoing battle between since we medicine like. I can't stand him. You always defend him. Is true the matt damon of the comic book world because he looked the same because he kinda new remember wizard they used to do like. I wish it was like what the segment was called. As if they made it or like like we wish they would make it like it was kind of like The people the people who worked for wizard and my fans and stuff. Okay if they made this movie who would play these characters Yeah and they did like if we made a movie about image comics who would play the characters. Obviously day made me laugh so but his true they went through all room. It was like they all pretty dead on that casting casting call. Maybe i can't remember. I feel like that's right but i don't know if that's actually what the thing is like win grant morrison's justice league like right as it started the rytas hidden his peak at the same time. Where people coming ashes. Amazing sure like if we did a justice league movie who played batman and. I think i'm like ninety nine percent sure to go back and find that issue because i have an my garage but like i'm pretty sure. They cast christian bale back then real which would have been ninety seven ninety six ninety seven on. That book came out when that issue came out. Yeah and as batman that's interesting. I'm pretty sure because he was like he was really really really young at the time but he yeah i was like years later like i came back to me and you wonder man. That's yeah i remember. When they were doing the same gear used to be like one was as easy to a casting for like wolverine and her leg. Dan's again. I thought he's right high because he is. He's also at the time. You still very hairy concern. Do can act at all but like as thing absolutely not he got knocked down by that guy from the north side kings as a thing at the time he would have made sense for heightened size and i be now as far as castings are concerned. At the time. I thought man that means a lot of sense overall. I remember those things man. That's interesting if it was actually pick. That's pretty crazy. I have to go back and dig through pine that right. I know what it was before it was when they were still like the square like book like the square ends of the comic like it was like enough to be square still before they went around. I mean i that narrows down to about seventy five issues hundred. I think there was shape. That way reese three hundred well. I don't i mean i don't i don't have one through like oh right yeah i do. I think i have wondered like bar map of the fact that like why certain having subscription was the first magazine i ever had subscription to it as a kid you know and and have to go back and look. I'm pretty sure era wise. I know what i'd have to look and see. It will be interesting to see if that was the case. That's really crazy if if that meant that is most drama style. It's awesome freaking crazy because you know who used to do that. Jim mclaughlin who went on to be. I think editor for talk show. Yeah He was the one of the bigger riders for. Was your magazine. Back then right. We had a little team people for a while. The yeah he was like what he did like the heated like the letters section but he also casting com else like a glock. Mozambique right but at the hunedoara pretoria cow. Right i think so. Then they make sense as an editor over there. I don't think he didn't. He like story writing. Not that i can remember us. Just the editor. Yeah i like any did a batch editing over there like you like editor. In chief of copper comics became the guy his How will respect to you other than the comic from wizard at the time. It was magazines really being ill and like haiti was chance. So many companies in like books launch. Just being there magazine hardawy image guys big of like notices. It did because all the things. Iran from image right next to dc stuff in margot soften as a as a periodical is really told me was destroyed because of the internet one hundred percent. It's true it's really true but the thing is like the cool thing about getting a magazine the mail every month and the other thing that was used to have that like slowly fizzled out. Because people were carrying was that they had a price guide in it did at beckett section in the back and they do like not every issue. But i was once a month and do you like a And if you don't know She gets to said beckett. Was the sports card like come monthly. Think they still make those have clemson beckett. Price was get thing so you know. The blue book is for cars. Same idea dispere. Trian cards candy apple but wizard magazine. Price gate cut in. They also do like the an artist's section in some issues. They do like a brutes and babes. They call it. And it's like here's how you draw an arm. Here's how you draw like as are something there's a bunch of those the hardest article stuff in there Articles and things being there was like a actually toy. Fair magazine became from wizard. Because he's like a section called toy fair in and they'd be like what's the the top ten hot action figures right now. Came from wizard. Magazine did spawn. Its own mike book adamant because i liked that section so much is subscribed to toy fair after that makes sense which i you know what i mean it was just. I love the internet yoga me wrong but i mean they're the shows stuff instantly. That comes stuff. I just really like having a magazine. I consider nike. Sit there on an afternoon in like you know like my my my favorite part was i. I ran the board for like When i first jobs Carry out a bag boy. Basically a city market right. But i also i worked at a radio station ran like even before i was on the air. I went on to be an honor. Dj for a couple years like my very first thing that they hire me to do. Run the board for denver broncos games and cu buffs games. So i was there for like i was there. I would be fed in out. Pushed the button to play like commercials type of the codes for the next group of commercials and blah blah blah. But i was be at happened to sit there for like the entire. There was an hour. Pre-game in our Hour and a half or something like that. Previewing postgame plus like the length of games was is about usually like six or seven hours. Now have to sit there. And so when i got a new wizard magazine i was like i would read that from cover to cover like two or three times but it is my favorite game of the week because of a month you know because i got a new wizard magazine and i just got to dislike dive into it right and julia working and was dislike saved a man. It was like that sunday like it. Go to go to work at. Google myself a snack. 'cause they're safeway was like like the mall with a radio station that i worked in way was connected to walk over to safeway. Get myself like Wasn't hot pockets. That red baron made their version of hot pockets and they're ham and cheese were delicious. So i'd get a box of those gives them cottage cheese and some croutons and a couple of things to drink. So you need like seven or eight hours. And like i go over there night get ready. Night is like this like we had a little black and white tv kind of all along and was going on you commercials. Everything sure has when he did a tv commercial radio as well threat. Anna aso do and that was like basically my sunday for sophomore junior senior years of high school junior senior high school at least at least three football seasons or yeah then i had app. Subscription was the entire time so nice again man. Thornley refund things but what what what. Spur i think. What kind of like brought that memory is like one of the very first issues i think of wizard. The hammered got was the heroes reborn. The original early born all man with none other than robbie phil jim lee and i think they're the only two that really ideologues but books spun out of it. It was a very different thing than what this story wise or sure but this is called heroes reporting whilst ensuring recycled name for sure but like it kind of. I think that was one of the first like i bought issues before that but the one of the first ones i act when i got my subscription and my mom's like okay pay for whatever Subscriptions i'd have to like take my money down again. Money ordered fill it out and send it into the aol style but anyway the heroes reborn issue was like one of my first issues and was like cap america on the front nose like you know. layfield changed the eagle. Earn the eagle. The stupid zimmer. Put a needle in car party idea interview. Yeah finding american style but it was like him standing there and like that that google leith if you're listening to this and you know we're talking about. There's this one one specific picture term cover in. It's like it's captain. America layfield grew but it was like him standing there and like cap. America's chest is so weird looking like it looks like proportionately does make anything it's so disgustingly odd and his head turned to a funny way out. No body wise. He's not cheap away. That would make any sense. Never been a fan. And i've said it before will say it again now that he's funny. You want people to get into compost. She showed the luck. If you're on the state you don't let them read it so he's flashier he really is. I don't think the other way around. Have you read too much too much of it. New start seeing thank you got folded and a half literally folded in half what was going on as i think. Jim lahey cured neuronal. She was fantastic. Wrong it's not in. The first began amaafuza salacious book. But he's guy still man still even even now he's supposed they suffer things. I'll make any sense. It isn't in the hands mike at all. Anyway he was born. It's gonna be seven part miniseries. I've talked to earlier as much. A there's a whole batch of italians. i think story wise. You'll cry be okay. His read the main book by itself best. We can tell the i mean there's other characters in these different mashups. It'll be interesting to see what that is. I look couple. The side books look really cool so check it out So what did you learned josh That you think taints and snakes are similar words or things. I mean maybe both. Maybe both when i learned today that they're not at all seen at work in night win by sons. Both sits on the checklist for the one shots. She looks very batman which also makes sense considering how nighthawk looks right. Very squadron savage savage savage of some of their titles mazing shutterbugs math spiderman. Because i know. But i'm i'm curious of what he looks like Show about good. You call a photographer. it's to cover makes it look like he's jimmy olson so i don't yeah on the cover taking a picture of something happening as weird. Yeah nights i can't remember without one. Looks like just me saying the title here is return should be towards the end. I think the final flights like bordering warnings going to be around Whores somewhere sure. But he's still like weapon x lukeni like this is all like just mockups. They care to design pages then designed pages at the end of the block. Girl power Falcon and kids spectrum. Do yana like young of interesting roar. books josh might me man. This was stoked behind stuff like a candidates retailer to his speech so as far as like a suggestions are books. I've got a couple. And i think it last week i might have mentioned from before but again it looks awesome so magic. The universe is going to have a four part miniseries. It's called massa's universe. Revelation issue once was come out on july seventh so summer booker as coming out from dark horse comics. And we're going to have artists mindy and some page aren't showing up I think he started out on instagram. But i've seen in a couple of websites now and it looks really cool so as univer stuff. I think that'll be awesome and aftershocks got a book called beyond the reach as guys come out. Also in july has been written by ed bryson which being cath america. Stuff you read you know captain america and then it replica. Really cool to basically the ideas that we have a female reed. Who absence of happens in her family. She decides to take this trip to california like a road trip that she's been wanting to take her life so it's her dream road trip vacation and she's off. The you know. See the world during her trip. A breach in the world happens where a rip morality reality causes monsters. And just crazy nightmare. Animal the come out and it sort of wrecks whole california. She's in what happens. Lee hernia a boy whose families and easier dead or lost. I came they seize norfolk. But i don't know how he has become that to basically try to escape this nightmare world the test pages look really cool. Brightens gotta writer. He's he doesn't so. I think that'll be neat. it's it's going to be miniseries since aftershock. Imagine within do but as far as like a first issue the first issue pages look really cool. So i'd suggest those two things. I mean knocked. Tara's got issue three out now. it's still fantastic. That's the image. One fries like series their concern for other stuff mean we just wrapped up the man thing and even though it's a three part story either numbered stupid. It was really cool. I e she was curse. Amanda of injures say cursor mantha spiderman. Third chris anthony x. men and they're all number ones but they read they read to each other so tailings dumb but this is pretty neat. I like man things Anyway that's what i would have. Where josh anything else action figure. Update of your world. The did we didn't talk about last episode but they did release the movie figures of the first couple movie. Figures from the snake is found. That are coming out. So it's like a baroness a snake. Eyes scarlett a storm shadow air. I i'm yeah The good except storm show is subject. The other movie storm showers which is so stupid because they still haven't made a proper storm shadow yet for the the new six inch line. Which i don't understand why but they did get some rumors today pretty pretty definitive. That the next If follows yeah. Joe or the class Us her pacified. Action ears classified line There's been the mass releases which happens the easiest to get but then there's like target exclusive was to been even more difficult to get. I think the the rumor on the street is the whole point. They weren't sure how popular this line was going to be and being like switching from three three quarter which like judge joe was the first like real i mean besides star wars by ja- joe was like what made by the rubberband waste things like that. They the the multiple points particularly when they really put the one eighteen scale three three quarter inch on the map. But that was what gi. Joe did they were like other people. Had like the t cross and like steph arms in whatever but like gi. Joe really changed the game and so this is the first time well besides six. I guess but they weren't technically six inches of fame sixes right weird size so anyway. This is the first time like gi joes down like the full like a a whole proper different night side is mine change tomorrow. Legends like this one twelve scale big deal. A lot of people are like but bunch people were into it. Bunch like all see what it looks like a bunch of like. I'm gonna hate it. It's it's been pretty big success. I mean considering but they under made a lot of stuff especially with kobe. It was hard for them to get things from factories in china is quickly as normal so the ordered and so there has been a a lot of figures. I've been hard to get like. This came with the motorcycle. Shoes person that came to a vehicle has been only one so far but it was like but she's been really hard to get an aftermarket. Wise shoes initially forty bucks she. You can't find her cheaper than hundred ebay like that's just worst The covert troopers. But i dare a the called moco. A cobra. island is whether they're calling them exclusives The original they've sensory released it little bit different color not that not really that noticeable so like those of gone down quite a bit Beach had been almost possible to get because he was part of that first wave brown. I wanna tired exclusives. Yeah and then firefly same thing. Same thing and the cobra viper also The next cobra. I island technical violent or whatever exclusive. That's gonna target zoos. Major blood which a bunch of people of major blood is a character character. He's a bad guy you know whatever But the talk is because the line has been so successful safar newsmen social love for it that they re releasing cobra viper and firefly with major blood when he comes out so the funny thing about that is. Because if you don't already know. I hate scalpers over. By whole cases and so money vapor tons and tons of money just to make money because they don't and they don't care about the action figures ever kill online. When you do that seducing the release of those two figures which viper was firefly wasn't as hard to get get harare forty bucks Aftermarket which they're only twenty figures opinion about pena double the amount of should be w mount. But whatever it's the viper looks really cool but those things are going for because there's a lot of people wanted army build and whatever so the fact that the the the they're going to release that in the new street date for major major blood release the viper and firefly is supposed to be june first so as you listen to this you have about a month three weeks probably until i of New gel check that out. I've actually since since quick collecting wine really helping figure that i'm a big fan of character but like old school joe about everything like it doesn't matter what it was about mo- doubles and triples. Whatever because i will slow. I joe but with these line this line dislike. I just kinda get what i'm into. And so i would love to have a beachhead. I'm not gonna pay eighty dollars. Vj pay eighty dollars for twenty dollars. I'm stupid with three releasing him in fix the problem with the. I haven't seen rumor releasing him yet. But they supposedly when they did the hasbro like a miserable firefly firefly cobra viper. So they've really. They've basically release the trooper a little black painting a little bit different place once called trooper one's called a infantry They're they're sharing. You seem side by side of their so similar. I mean well. Maybe the firefight paint job issue in the release also. That's true because i guess under the firefight flak jacket. Yeah people taking a flak jacket off. Because he's got he's got the urban camel all over him when take a flak jacket off. It's not even painted underneath. I didn't do. They didn't do. The camel wallow through so i skipped on saw. Yeah kim philippine job on him so if you want to remove the jacket which is reliable and make him look like traditional firefighter right. He would look right. So maybe the fix that The valor iverson them know. What's what's the sargent. Slaughter the action force. The thing that's coming out with a new start and slaughter an valor force valor. Or is it action. Visit action force. It is action for us. Navy their third party company has a new secondary company like a private company. That's doing went to scale like military like kind of gi. Joe esque style like series but with new characters. But somehow they made me deals arkansas tres. They're putting edison slaughter through that company. Right capricious action course action for sound. Right pallor i think maybe experts forces the lines name the company making it i think. Valor some our verse zaveri. Anyway something like that. I'm just typing certain solder. One fell scale. Yoke go come on ryan so anyway. They've been making a much secondary aftermarket parts to fix so gung ho came out. Then they made. They made his gun that he originally came with an his proper hat and his proper vast like in the figure that actually was released. They made his original looking ones. I got weapons. Pack that you can buy through them They're doing some cool stuff. So this is a secondary companies who trying to make this line a little bit better than even like this. For my fans outcry They did release scarlett and roadblock in more traditional colors as well so they did a second re release them as well even though they were easier figure defy but like they switched scarlets gold and shininess to like disturb brown and tan. Right which is. I mean i thought the scarlet figure was a cool figure to begin with my favorite ones But anyway yes things. Go if you're if you're an action figures in joe and like you're not a dirty scalper when if you're dirty scalper than i don't wanna talk to you and i i think you deserve stub your toe so hard Nail biter scalpers me swimming. June first for those anna basically pointed to figures that have won't haven't been or planned to be released bareness in beachhead which supposedly has said. They're going to release everyone eventually. One way or the other And i don't think that the movie version of baroness because it's not the same figure at all. it's not. I don't think they're talking about that right so because they still. They still haven't made go to the judge a website they do like. There's so much art markups some different things been a bunch of 'em are old art like art that's from. I'll actually olive back from belarus venomous. Some of them like sand scorpion as craze from that art from that package but The rumors are barbecue is coming up. who else is come. Three figures coming up that were has gone. That's kind of weird but barbecue is one of them for sure. And you like murnian. And he's still haven't made a original. Og storm shadow so they did the ninja for storm shadow. They called arctic storm shadow and he was amazon s ram. So it's but it's the ninja figure. Basically paint job. Lies is really cool. It's one of those. I did get like silas. Shadow play Islamic done the original ice sleeveless but in the art. It's a new. It's a new art for storm shadow. That never seen before. And it's him in his. Og like sleeveless white cobra. The mascot hon. No he's got the he's got. Just the ninja mass. The but it's his left arm is asleep like a tattoo. Sleeve vaguely like japanese saiga. He's style yeah. Which i'm actually not opposed. I think that's kind of a cool thing translates to a figure but there is again. Secondary company like a secondary one. Save like a private company that they're like a ninja Only inches and a bunch of people have been buying those the white version of those tuesday of a bunch of different colors ninjas and then you can buy the white ninja from them and then you can buy the covert account. Put it on there and it's basically storm. Shadow's it's a perfect eric. I think they're called the retro tacking one. Twelve scale ninja figures. So that's your action figure update all that we kind of off allows there. But like that's what i know. I'm gonna joe. I can tell you all sorts of other stuff like really cool things. Acid rain's going nuts right now. They're like it's one of my favorite lines of all time if you if you like the one eighteen scale their murdering doing so well the some really cool for years those new a samurai looking as showed you look i have. I mean i've seen pictures of them but like they're not out yet but they look incredible Has skull knows irv have the faces and design the ads the acid rain format which is kinda mad maxi in added samurai flair to it in school. And then there's a. I mean an enjoyable anything. Joy toys doing just looks super good. They're just they are pumping it out there. I don't know where they're funded from. Who's behind them. But they are putting out some cool stuff. They're putting out. Max putting out like a meal. Their individual figures their weapons like a gear access. 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They're some of the things you can actually get through you cowlishaw retailer and they just got licenses for some more stuff like I think the called legends saturday morning cartoon summer legends of like he. I'd have to look and see who was on the ball. But they're like a bill bailey sono yet just got they got some really random like licenses share but man zorro zoro's arrived on the flight whereas libra figures. The two of them those are those are one twelve scale payer figures. Fantasy lands amazing. There's they're ancient. Greek lands amazing Just really cool things out there. So don't don't get discouraged. If you like your normal like transformers or mentioned far always transformers but like just your your regular like go to be able to go to come with this thing and like there's some he's gotta do load research. Show who's cool stuff out there that an army socialist Other internet stuff you can find links to all shows. You're the top comments podcasts. 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Cam Janssen: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 50

Scoops with Danny Mac

24:22 min | 11 months ago

Cam Janssen: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 50

"Chris rabi sean. Scoops with danny dot com. The wednesday december sixteenth. Twenty twenty addition of the program happened to be with you today. Gonna talk with cam. Johnson coming up in a couple of minutes. Some recent report suggested that the nhl could be close to getting back on the ice and cam and strict podcast cams. Podcast just head. Wayne gretzky talk about the great one share. Some stories visited with ken hitchcock lately. So we'll have some fun shooting the breeze with cam. Janssen coming up in just a couple minutes. Don't forget to subscribe at the podcast. Good wherever you listen to your podcast. Subscribe scoops with danny mac. Lever review semi. A screenshot will send you a hat just in time for the holidays. Scott a couple of nights notes from folks who have received some hats that we've sent her that lauren has sent over the last week or so. So do that subscribe and we will hit you up. You can hit me up on twitter at c. h. r. a. b. c. h. r. a. e. You can also email me. Chris at scoops with danny mac dot com. Let's get to cam janssen. I will put a Explicit language warning. Well just a cam. Bean cam heads up. But he's the best love chatting with him. We talked wayne gretzky. We talked ken hitchcock. We talked the league. Hopefully returning potential labor issues cam. Johnson joins us right now. What up big boy. What are you doing. Good man to sit in front of now. You're actually let's chat a little bit. I'm rolling so let's just dive right into it kobe. Let me take my scarf so it doesn't screw up. My is terrestrial radio. What is this. No this is my show podcast. Oh it's okay cool. Why you're asking if you can if you can drop a bomb. Yeah feel free. Well yeah let me be me. If i'm going to do all right go ahead. i'm gonna leave the scarf part in And i was just laughing because of course on camera strict podcast. You guys have wayne gretzky on episode drop yesterday. I already listened to it. It's incredible and he answers the phone of zoom ever and he's like hello. This is wayne and you guys just style laughing. But that just kinda sums it up doesn't it is. He's like he so majestic. And i use that word a lot. Some reason any chirps before. But i don't know what else to say about them. Like i think of them as like a lion but not but sweet like he's just like you look at it in awe you look at this man you'll listen to everything that processes to his brain and comes out it's so meaningful and we're you know you just listening to them. I've never felt so besides lula merlot. I was very very nervous with him. And he's the same kind of way. I actually kind of do those two in my opinion and my personal You know what i'd done with you. Know with with lulu murillo i kinda put those guys somewhat in the same category as far as like nerve wracking interviews wayne was so easy softspoken and just humble and the always brought gordie howe and you know he's almost too perfect right. Yeah it was amazing man. Landa again the podcast is up right now. The campaign strict podcast cam. Johnson is on the chris. Rabi show scoops. With danny mac dot com. I know that you guys had been chase it. Well maybe not chasing this one for a while. But i've talked to you. And i heard you say a couple of times when you know people ask you. Who do you love to avenue. I was like well the obvious one and he gave you so much time. That's like the biggest thing like. I'm sure that you're learning the components of a successful interview and you'd love obviously if everyone face to face it's not possible right now but to have a guy like wayne gretzky give you as much time as he did made for such an unreal interview. Was it worth the wait and give us an idea of kind of how how it came together. And maybe what you've learned over the course of doing this podcast that you think helped you with this interview. Well it's weird when we get guys on like andy. Can you know. Get a guy on it two seconds. He knows he's has all the numbers. I hate doing that. I don't like calm. people are come on. I don't like doing that kind of stuff. That's annie's territory. He's greeted but in this particular case gretzky's always on our radar. He's on everybody's radar. You just can't get you know he's like that. If you're hunters like that albino buck with like whatever Hunter but you catch that you make you might see some time but its way off in the distance of this like whatever okay but with this case we became up on our ninety ninth episode. When we go into some of these interviews someone in a podcast. We talk about okay. We're on our you know you know. Sixty eighth episode or whatever. So this homer like okay. We have to get wayne for the ninety nine. How do we do that. And he's he's in this such a little circle and no one really has his number and you know you just have to go through a couple of different people. It might crusoes the one. That did it mike russo odd when out of his way to bug him which in my opinion. I would never do that. But mike listen to the pod. And he's like you guys won't work. I wouldn't waste my time so of all the people that we know. Honestly that no wayne gretzky might crew so came came out and really really helped us up stepped up to the plate and you know how it is rabi to call people like he's doing that's favor for gretz like he's been around for so long crusoe that he has these relationships of some of these big guys and to waste a favor for us is incredible and we owe him a lot and he's a great guy man he really is. Yeah he's he's the man and obviously you know there will be times when i'm sure you could get someone or or you know. Yeah i've got like fifteen minutes. You know i can squeeze yen. And they're doing something else for they're in the car they're picking the kids up like it seemed like it was the perfect situation the perfect environment and again. He seemed just so comfortable. Whatever you guys wanted to talk about comfortable talking about. You know dustin johnson and you know family life and being buddies with dj and talking about that aspect of things talking about you know going back to his youth hockey days. When he was scorned four hundred goals are talking about you. Know what. I stick like anything man. No i go. I go you. You a handyman. Like if he because if he would've said if he would have said yes. I would have been pissed because i'd have been like win the hell. You ever have time when you do have time when you're a kid 'cause i am not and i'm like if you're telling me that. Oh ooh i go to the bathroom or you know. Something's wrong with. I could just take my tools out that no no. He's a complete opposite and if he would have said if he would have said yes. Order like curl. How were you able to get that skill set when you already have the best right. So bizarre love how about when he goes. Yeah i mean like. I can't so i'm like oh okay good clerking thing for wayne. Gretzky say he had he had two great quotes and in talking about you know competition As a player in the nhl in one of the greatest athletes of all time and then also as a youth player. He said that you know in his last season. He scored nine goals. People said to him you know you could still play. And he said nine goals used to be a great weekend. You know it's time to hang up. And then he said when he was asked to speak at a youth tournament to he he finally agreed to do a walked into the locker room and said it doesn't matter if you win or lose it's how many goals you get. He's a cool guy. If you ever meet him like he he remembers my name which is like oh my god. I forget people's name so much. It's so ignorant. On my part i get so pissed at myself. Sp- oh god it's the worst field and he remembers my name when i go places and like that's maybe maybe i've come over thinking it but i'm like okay. That makes me feel good. Even mentioned my name in the podcast. Now mike l. knight word like just nerdy. I don't get. I don't get like that. What people anymore. We're one hundred of these damn things hall of famers out the wazoo. There's only a couple of people that get kinda and he's definitely one of them. And i was on my best behavior and i didn't say anything stupid. I don't think what. I also like to tell me something. I don't know you know what i mean like. We got you here. You're staying on for an hour. And he is just awesome and again mike rusel man you hook it up. It is with this and You know wayne said yes why these guys say yes to come on. Podcasts is beyond me. Because but because i think like what are they get nothing but then when they do they feel like. It's a a therapy session for him. I honestly think that when they come on they could decide. You know what no straightness out for the record blah blah blah blah especially ex. Gm's it's the kaman strict podcast you've had plenty of x. gm's on I've been saving a couple of these to listen to doug armstrong. You sat down with him for more than two hours in each cock. I can't wait to hear. Hitch man hitches such a beauty and when he was here and i was lucky enough to be on the radio broadcasts with curbs and at that time chaser hitch would sit with us with the radio guys in the tv guys. Before games after his media scrum. We'd we'd sit in the media room you know he'd come out with his tie on kind of tugging at it uncomfortably pop down in the chair and then he would just be in his element man and he'd tell us stuff tell stories. Give us stuff off the record. You know these kind of chance you you've been involved in them and just to hear a guy like that. Talk about hockey. He's just he's a hockey life. Gretzky was the greatest player of all time hitch might be the greatest hockey historian of all time or one of the greatest coaches and hockey personalities. Who never played the game of all time back. Can't listen to what was it like to visit with. Hitch and i mean what. Just what an absolute beauty i. I don't know if there's another word. Here's what i get out of all these guys. They're all out smarter than i am. And i know that talking to them in five minutes proves that i am a sponge a sponge. I'm done a hundred these damn things in every guy. Some of the hardcore cavs. I darren mccarty like were you know we go back and forth. Talk about fucking whatever. But when you get the big boys. And i get into a weird days where i get caught up in every single damn thing that comes out of their mouths. It's all just processed so well and it's they already know the answer. Before you even ask. The question is the weirdest thing and hitch and mike keenan and liu and wayne and dog for two hours like they but then they get so these guys these guys on they get so comfortable they forget. They're doing it now. Did they say anything stupid. Now all of them call us back and say he can take that out absolutely but they get daily session there like they re they talk about it and they love it. These guys are all crazy hockey christie. Okay and so when they sit there for an hour they get in a groove. And they're like no. I explain this because if you ask them great questions okay. Yeah let me break this down for you. It's it's awesome. And i'm learning a lot on. I learned so much talking. These guys it just romy on a personal note. It makes smarter in the end. And i like it and i need it. It's pretty amazing to hear a guy like hitch. Who can you know has coached you know so many games and is set records and in the nhl and his you know one cups and had success in done everything one internationally and he can still recall like a shift from like a regular season game. Fifteen years ago you know just his memory and the way his mind works is just at a different level do they. All are every one of them. It's so weird like when you get the tough guys on you know. He kind of gulf most part. Then you'll get a tough guy on. That's like whoa. Wow he's really in-depth with something or whatever the you'll get like the superstar is on and maybe you'll get one air like holy shit like this guy so down to earth and you'll get going but all the gm's man like they're all just ate. All our photogenic memory is the right word for it. They all all of smart in the same way. Photographic photogenic your photogenic. I am very fake. I mean yes dude and and it can be really hard like you said. They've been asked everything It can be really hard to ask a question that catches them off guard or that gets a really really honest answer and being comfortable and and the having time to sit down and not do a rushed fifteen minute interview all part of that but it can be really tough. Yeah and have you learned how to ask questions in air bursts with these guys so that they think of things that they haven't thought of any think wow and instead of getting the answer that you know. Kennedy's cock has been asked of wayne. Gretzky can't even imagine how many times been asked the same handful of hockey questions but to be able to make them really think about something is is a skill in and it's something that you know bring stuff out of them that maybe you wouldn't get otherwise it on who are giving sample but wayne you gotta be way way different level you have. You can't i. Don't need a gotcha question with him. I don't need a cavallo ways of anything. He says great. I'll give it. Neil smith ex. Gm rangers here. Here's a question he's never. I talked to kevin stevens or he was on our podcast. Who went through so much hell and some of the personal stuff that kevin said. I've never told anybody told us. And then we related the neal smith who was a gm of cabinet at the time we go to all this stuff in neal was so open about so much stuff and we felt that. And so we start talking. Like here's a kevin and they talk about this. This whole scenario can steve gets caught with crack cocaine emotional. Oh my god. It was listened to our. Neil smith honestly was one of our best podcasts. In my opinion he was like you know what i'm here. Getting therapy session. Any talks about he clears up so many rumors and things are messy a and this that and the other and they're not all positive like you know they're not all like no. I did it right this time. He's no. I screwed us up and his lie or whatever it is like this i loved man and he he pro good here. It is there. You go ryan kelly. 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The kaman strict podcast can't recommend it enough. The wayne gretzky episode episode. Ninety nine is up also for blues fans can hitchcock doug armstrong what's going on man with with with the nhl. Are you start to get nervous at all or are we gonna get things together. We can have hockey soon. I mean did we think we're gonna have a bubble that worked out. I didn't think so. I was like negative throughout the whole thing was so damn bizarre number six months ago talking. How are they going to do this. Like how the hell you gonna do this. And they did and it worked was perfect. Nope damn it with work. Are they going to figure this whole thing. I do think so. I think the boys are going to. I am so i talked to a couple guys man all time and like i'm confused right now. Do i go one hundred percent workout wise. Do i kinda lay off because you wanna it's soak. Npr girlhood percent. The whole time doesn't work that way man. It's still like you have to gauge. When you're gonna start so you don't overwhelm yourself where your underdo it or this. Nah it's perfect timing on workouts on windows. Beat the best shape at the right time. It's an art and they're so damn confused but in the end these chillers man like fuck everything fucking go. I need to perform. I wanna fuck can shoot in front of people. I want to like even if somebody there. There's a camera on me dammit. I need to do what the fuck i do. And so in the end they're going to go. I don't care. let's play even if they get skied. It out a little bit in my opinion but like last year even during the stoppage right before they restarted there was the announcement that they extended the cba. And i think a lot of people around sports looked at that and said wow. That's that's really encouraging right because baseball said issues and and their agreement is up at the end of this year the nba. There aren't issues because they're part of it and they can see everything. And i think everyone knows the money that stake but i think it's gotta be confusing right now for for fans but but especially for players because if there are more labor disputes in there are more things that the league and the players can't agree on. I think that you hope that by everyone coming together and pulling off what was an incredible stanley cup playoffs. You wouldn't have those kinds of issues but it seems like those. Are the things the the ice things that are holding things up right now. yeah. I know there's a lot of things hold things up man. I mean owners like you. Can't i always in the end. And i say this again i always take especially when it comes to the ownership group of saint louis. I always kind of lead on their side. I want them to win the battle because in the end we need a healthy organization more than we need these players in the making that little extra money that could affect the bottom line to a point where you're not. I put works on organizing been there. It's hard to explain in my opinion but there you need the organization in the end to be as healthy as possible without screwing the players over. How do you get to that point. I don't know what i went. Tom stillman and his ownership groups to be like okay. We can still make this happen. I know the players are kind of sucking things up. But i read the player suck things up. Then the ownership group suck. It's out baseball. Otaki and we all know these. We all know the owners for the blues. They're all saint louis guys and they need to be there. They need to protect the organization. Well and. I think that you can certainly empathize especially with the blues ownership group. I can't speak for other organizations but you know the last handful under stillman. They have spent to the cap they have spent literally every dollar. They can they have improved out of their pockets and sometimes while battling with the city the and they also you know at a point had to make the postseason just to break even now. No one's i think feeling sorry for them but it still is a business with the amount of money that they have put into the organization. Forget just the last two years. Forget the cup here over the last four five six years and the long term plans with the building. i mean. Something's gotta give they've got to be able to generate revenue or you know they're not going to be able to forget spending the cap you know that'll be released the fox fox in there even hire me for anything so i'm not kissing her ashes and kiss their ass. I know these guys on a personal level or the point is like look what they've done. They brought winner classic here. They've done it all star game here. They built the city up they built. They built his four sheet. Beautiful ring for all these kids. That are unbelievable in saint louis like talking to saint louis. Hockey is like the best of the best. They go tournaments in toronto and shit kick everybody so they built like they're doing everything so in the end again. They need to be as possible so however they can manage that. It's that's the way it needs to be. And it's the trickle down effect that affects all of us. Your organization needs to be healthy and it's not baseball where you got billionaire owners and say well you know it's the there's gotta be. I don't know how you're going to get there. I'm certainly not a mathematician. I nor do i fucking wanna be but hopefully they can figure this out and everybody's somewhat happy and i rather the ownership group be a little bit happier players yet. We were Hosting the morning after the together on five ninety and you were talking about classes. High-schoolers should take like seven or eight. Classes were were basic finance so figuring out. Maybe maybe there's still hope. No i'm i'm gonna actually a decent spot. Now it with the white step certainly took over a wild man back in the day when you're making money a young age and no one near buddies lowney and they're fucking limiting their parents and your house come on you gotta take care of him and i certainly spent a lot but you learn from it and you figure it out and it's all working out now man so you know i'm gonna i. I'm so open about shit. And i like it. 'cause i'm comfortable with it and i think it helps overall men and it works and i fucked up. I'd gotten through on the things we're gonna key bottom line. Is it common denominator is my wife is certainly has been there for me at all times. So that's the best so fucking rockwell. Appreciated man agai- strict podcast checkout The gretzky episode but but subscribe leave review and check it out because some incredible incredible guests. I'll get you to sit down with me one day. We'll do like the ninety minute interview. A couple of cold ones man. I'll let it really poured out. Yeah dude i like it. I'll leave with this. So the reports this week have said the two sides are hoping on december thirty first camp start for non playoff teams january. Third the rest of the league's. Darren dreger and january thirteenth for the start of the season. Yes or no. Will we be playing hockey regular season games by january. If they allow people to stay. I said yes or no just gut just do a baby. Yeah baby let's go. I'm getting bored. Talk about me to brother. I've never. I've never heard you say that before. Podcast check out the podcast check out. Wayne gretzky a appreciate it brother. We'll talk soon anytime bro coming.

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Andy Strickland on Petro Loss, Armstrong Salary Cap, Future Blues Captain: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 6

Scoops with Danny Mac

25:23 min | 1 year ago

Andy Strickland on Petro Loss, Armstrong Salary Cap, Future Blues Captain: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 6

"Tuesday edition of the Chris Ratio on scoops. With Danny, MAC DOT com we're going to dive more into the Alex Patricia Angelo's stories Alex is officially headed to Las Vegas the deal Last. Night seven year contract with the signing bonus with the no movement clause the Blues of course on Friday signing Tori Krug and I think everyone realized that that signaled the end of the Alex Portray Angelo Arup in Saint Louis and we're going to bring in one of the experts on this situation in on this story Andy Strickland that comes your way in just a moment. Don't forget go onto scoops with Dante MAC dot com listen to the Chris Rabia show every day. Also wherever you listen to your podcast, I tunes spotify subscribe, leave a review and. You can also reach out to US tweet me at C. H. R.. E. C. H. R. Aby you can also send an email Chris at Scoops Danny AMAC DOT com if you want to ask us a question for the Mailbag, we've got a couple of good questions for Andy Strickland coming up here in just a few minutes but Chris at scoops with Danny Mac dot com ardy strickland joins us on the Chris Rock show on scoops at Danny. AMAC DOT COM andy has been right at the forefront of the alyx betrand Gelo News. Of course, you can hear Andy. The CAM and strict pod the and strict podcast taking over the hockey world follow Andy on twitter at Andy. Strickland what's going on strike I will say that I had cam speak to my sports broadcasting class at Webster University a couple of weeks ago and one of the students counted F. Bombs and we had seventy eight. So the bar is set very, very high for you. I won't say that I expect seventy eight F bombs in this conversation from you call your co host certainly sets the bar high for you on a day to day basis He shatters it every time he talks I mean he is shattered the new record all the time they always say records are meant to be broken process. You know and he breaks there's no doubt that's part of vernacular man that's just the way he speaks hockey guy it's like saying like and or but or whatever the. You know the the typical you know words that are using the English language man he was he inserts that from. Him That's can't be came. We love that about. Yeah. Instead of like our, but it's it's an f-bomb I'm speaking of breaking you've been at the the forefront of of this Alex potential news what a interesting year it's been what an interesting time it is for the hockey world strick as we are dealing with a lot of uncertainty. A lot of uncertainty in terms of the future of sports and how that may have changed the way that organizations players think about things. Different I'll just ask you right now before we dive into Petro, how much different you think the landscape of free agency is and was and will be this year compared to if there had never been a pandemic and if things are just rolled along. As usual and as expected over the past twelve months. Well, I, think it's different in the sense that maybe portray Angelo would have been able to get a higher ab. and and certainly a higher a AB in the open market. because a salary cap obviously is going up. So whenever you have a flat cap and that number doesn't increase, this means obviously teams don't have as much cash and money to work with and that handcuffs teams I mean, you look at Vegas you decide Alison translate I mean they've gotta move out. another body or another contract, and they've really moved out to pretty good players established NHL players. In Paul's Daphne and Nate Schmidt these guys are really really good hockey players and they couldn't keep them. So, you find ways to be creative now in terms of how it relates to Saint Louis. I don't think the pan down that impacts how they conduct their business and organizational philosophy. there's been so much talk about signing bonus money. You know that's just something that they don't believe in no move clauses. They're not big fans that. But I do say and I and I said several times. Everything would have been. And is negotiable and if it came down to a no move clause I don't I don't think they let transport walk. Solely because of that. you know obviously, it's not something that Doug Armstrong is keen on doing you know and the into signing bonus money they've inherited contracts that include tiny bonus money. Ryan Riley's contract Brayden Schenn's contract that he silence still. Had some bonus money in there and they even offered portray Angelo signing bonus money. Now, it'll be the year deal they were willing to come up off of that, which shows you that they did want to get him signed and they have the ability in the luxury the advantage of being able to offer the eighth year. You know I see one more year than any other team in the League was able to offer portray Angelo. So you know there wasn't bandaged there they put sixty, four, million dollars on the table to try to keep them. They thought that was enough to get it done but obviously, it turned out. Very very distantly. Andy, stricken is with us. Again, you can hear him on the Kaman strict podcast. You tweeted the morning just a bit ago. Now it's portray Angelo admitted to me this morning he wanted the new challenge too close. To you FA the more you had its sights set on playing elsewhere says decision came down to more than hockey the idea of playing and living elsewhere was intriguing to him. This is the other side Andy that I think sometimes fans who are so close in. So motionless vested in situation might forget like sometimes you just want a new challenge, right? Like that happens with any of us in life you may you know be at a great company and you may have a great situation. And a great opportunity you know to stay but sometimes, you just want to do something differently. That's the case I certainly can't blame Alex or his family and I imagine the signing bonus money has to be important as well because we just saw this pandemic could bring the sports world to its knees. So if he can get half of his money and signing bonus than you know that's gotta be something that's attractive a lot of things change and sometimes you just want a new challenge, right? Well that's absolutely right I mean and he's from the star player to go into free agency, and certainly we see players go into free agency every year and we see star players change uniforms I mean, how often do we hear that you just don't see? you players spend their entire careers with one organization. So rare man, it's so rare. It doesn't. It doesn't happen I mean even like Alma Tennessee so revered here in Saint Louis don't forget he was a superstar and probably already a hall of fame before he got here from his days of Calgary, I mean Chris pronger who's going to have his Jersey retired whenever you know whatever we get fans back into the seats. and he's he's a hall of Famer. You know he went on and played for what three other teams after he left here breath hall the greatest player in the history of the organization burning Kirk all these eventually. Finished their careers elsewhere. On this is not new. This is not something we haven't seen before and I think in the case of a transient increase, I've been saying this for weeks the idea of exploring free agency and dipping your toes into free agency seeing what else is out there seeing what kind of offers he was going to be going to be able to get from other teams. I think that was very exciting to him and I think that excited him to WanNa. See what else was out there did Lena was guaranteed but he wasn't gonNA sign here. but the way this played out I don't think anybody. inside the Blues Organization. Is surprised by it I. Think they fully expected this I think they. They had a chance to keep them but when they couldn't truly begin negotiations shortly after winning the Stanley Cup. I think they realize. Okay. We know where this is headed and this is going to be a long road. I, mean, there were several weeks at a time. Where there were no discussions whatsoever and the blues tried to reach out his recent as a week ago maybe a little more than a week ago and portrayal NGOs, camp. At that time. Weren't interested in having any type of discussions if the blues weren't willing to come up off of that eight, million dollar number that they already had on the table. So have the end of the day we can talk about signing bonuses. We can talk about new clauses you can't get those unless they're true negotiations. And I don't really think Chris, we ever got to that point where there was any true with Janet negotiating going on at least negotiations in good safe. Any strickland is with us in the words of the immortal poet laureate Lil Wayne real g's silence like lasagna. That's what Doug Armstrong did as he pivoted Tori crew signed I think that that took the industry a bit by surprise. Tell us about Tori crew why he's a good fit and your initial reactions is the deal was not only done, but it was done as quickly as it was done on Friday. Well. He did this not just once he did twice I mean he went out and signed and traded it for Justin pollock. During training camp last year. So this is the second time that he's done this even though Riley on July first a couple of years ago caught everyone by surprise. Didn't it? Well, what what I mean is in regard to the the situation like, okay he didn't have a good sense of where things we're headed even last year in training camp. So he went out the just the faulk deal and then you look at where things are right now or a few. Days ago and you know I knew heading into free agency. I even tweeted that out looking for another transmit likely unless shot defenseman, they were three left shot defense available or three defensemen total in be available in free agency that could truly give you top four minutes to those being left shot. One of those being a right shot in Alex translate and the other two and t j Brodie Tori crew and crew was probably the second best defenseman available behind portraying. In the open market So I think maybe it's the prize some people maybe the fact that they were able to get crew surprising people I don't know if everybody should be surprised that they went out and landed another player because I i. I truly believe Armstrong Listen. He's one of the most proactive general managers if not the most proactive GM in the League today. And I. believe that you know he always had a plan B in mind he wasn't gonNA. Sit there and not do anything in the events lose for transient. How do you face guys like you know Colton parade go and David Perron Ryan Riley, Jaden Schwartz and Brayden Schenn Look at these guys. If you lose your cap and and one of your best players and you don't do anything I, mean this tells those players. Hey, we still expect to win. We still consider ourselves a Stanley Cup contender. We don't believe that the window to win is opened and remains open and I think it sends a great message and a clear message to the rest of the team. Now, in terms of Tory crude, he's a really really good hockey player but not. Just. Getting another guy there's elements to his game that I think he does better than potential in terms of his ability to get up the ice probably a little more flash to his game a little more creativity with the puck. He's a great distributor. He competes like an animal He's feisty. He'll get in your face for a smaller player He's got a good shot his vision and playmaking ability and all three zones and his ability to distribute and move the puck. He does at a very high level here. This is a good hockey player, and so they didn't just move on the transfer but they brought in somebody who's really good now is he portrayed Angelo. you know this parts of his game that he doesn't do as well as petro specifically in terms of how petro defined our defense inside his own and I mean for transgender was obviously one of the best has the great stick but you're going to move on from a player like him. You better go out and make sure you get a good player return and Doug. Armstrong credit because he. Got The next best player available at that position until recruit. This guy is really really good. I think blues fans are going to be happy with him and I think it's certainly a softened the blow of losing the Blues Captain and Alex portraying the fact that they were able to bring in Tory crude I think has a lot of blues, fans and people around hockey being like, okay. Hey, the blues. Remain serious and as bad as it may sting a little bit to lose potential, they got a pretty damn good player return strict I call it the benefit of the doubt clause and it's something I give to Doug Armstrong for instance guy and a management group in front office that has made right decision after right decision if you're a fan even though sometimes it's sucks to see a David back now. Trends Aleve or to see a Brian Elliott traded or or whatever. Like you give them the benefit of the doubt because of their track record how was your appreciation or perhaps the industry's appreciation for Doug Armstrong and the way he goes about it changed over the last three or four five years as not only defending cup champs but also operating up against the cap in Cap era with the successive loser vet. Well he understands talent he understands the league. He knows players League I mean Doug Armstrong Scouts as much as any other GM out there too. So he knows the league. And like I said, he's as proactive as any GM that's out there, and again I get back to the organizational philosophy I. Think this is important too and I think it's important for agents to understand. You know sometimes you get agents too much credit And a lot of times, they don't get enough credit. But how they negotiate with individual teams, you cannot negotiate with every team the same way Chris you can't try to go into negotiations and they go. She ate with the Saint Louis. Blues. The same way that you would with the Toronto Maple just because of the flexibility they have in Toronto from a salary standpoint I, mean, they can handle the big time. Signing bonus money you know soaking Vegas There's a reason why the blues don't do that. You know they're not strapped with a ton of cash where they you know reached into their pocket and and they had that same luxury that some of these other teams have you know. So if you truly want to keep the player in Saint Louis you gotta look at it and you got to say, okay Does he enjoy living in the city does he get enough is times? Do you like his role Is he he the casting of the team is family like living here kids like being here you start checking all the boxes in it? Yes. Then you gotTa make a decision what's best for the player and sometimes it's probably best to stay. Especially when you have a chance to all the sudden become you know one of the best players in the history of the organization and obviously everything that comes with that with the accolades and people talk about jerseys being retired and whatnot. So you know I think from that. Standpoint I think that's where things went a little bit highways Chris if you are outlets for transit representatives. And you come in trying to negotiate a deal that you would do with one of the more wealthy teams as opposed to looking at it for what it is as the blue has amid major or mid market team small-market whatever you however you WanNa, look at it You just knew they weren't going to be able to get that done and to try to handcuff or strong arm mid market team that is trying to keep their captain and one of their best players put sixty, four, million dollars on the table. But you still want a certain type structure that you know they probably can't deliver. I think that has a lot of people. Scratching their head a little bit now just in terms of how that went. You think twenty seven eventually hangs in the rafters. I don't. I don't. Now. Not to say that he wasn't a great player here. nothing's could change. Let me let me rephrase that it's also hard to define what that means right like. Well, if he if he goes on and wins two or three more competent becomes alleged. You know who ends its career with Free Stanley. Cups maybe a concert maybe wins north. Maybe you went to North or who knows maybe ends his career back in Saint Louis who knows right right. But I'm just saying like if he truly like evolved into. A legend, all time hall of Famer, all time player. You know like we're even in the case of Chris pronger. You know when he left here heat or they've won a Hart Trophy at ups league, he'd want to. Norris trophy. You know nothing against for transplant because he's very good. But. Let's also understand it. He's never been finalized for a major league award. he made his first all star team I believe in his late twenties. Now. There were some Olympic years in there where maybe he would have made an all star team and let's put up some good numbers and obviously. The system, the blues play how you know th th. The emphasis on defense maybe has limited him a little bit offensively prior to last season he saw him or freed up I think the evolution of Colton parade has contributed towards that where parade are portray. Angelo had way more offense starts last year you know obviously being on the number one power powerplay helps in terms of your overall production. This guy scoring sixteen goals in less than a full season. I mean kid a great season last year I think it was the best season. I'd ever seen Alex betrayal play at least from an office standpoint just the way he was getting around the ice and. He was playing with. So. That's why I think. Vegas is going to be a great fit for him. From that standpoint because they do like run run and gun at a little bit. They are very aggressive author. He's GonNa have some freedom to to go and he'll probably put up some good numbers. I'll probably fit in well there and he looks at that organization long-term to feels like. They have a great opportunity to be good for a long time and the window. Maybe we'll be open longer for them than it is here in Saint Louis to win the Stanley Cup and his opinion so. that's what leads to those decisions. But again, could he have his jersey hung hanging down the line it certainly could happen and it certainly would have happened. For sure. If, he would have signed his contract, but again I don't hold it against him for not doing it man every player has that right they earned the right to go to free agency and this particular case with the transient though. He took of the system and he chose the place where let me throw two questions at you that I've gotten. We're GONNA answer later this week on our mailbag with Dan McLaughlin Eighty Strickland's with us for another couple of minutes which non NHL Athlete would make the Best Nhl, captain? Do. and we'll take Yati off the table because that's just an easier. Not Non NHL. Oh I'm GONNA say Jimmy Butler from the Miami Heat. Like A heartbeat, he'd be on my team. Any Day of the Week I. Love me some Jimmy Butler. Just setting aside the fact that he broke up like three different organizations. Oh. Yeah And he's getting your face to that's a good one. All right. I'm trying to think All right. That's a good one from the. NBA. A trying to think baseball or NFL I think Troy Paloma Lou the steelers would made a great one. Oh Yeah Brian Urlacher? Yet Jimmy Butler. Matt Millen Yup Yup I I like polar though yeah. Okay. And how about this? because. We're starting to see some fans trickle back into events. which will say take hockey out of it which event. Would you most want to go to without fans? So it's kind of right now and pandemic world. It is your private viewing party. You can be their front row where are you going? I'm going to an NBA game man just because. I off even with eighteen twenty thousand fans in the stands anybody who's ever sent. An NBA is incorrect. You hear the trash talking here everything it is truly incredible and I think there's more trash talking and more trash talk in an NBA game probably than any other sport, there's a lot more chirpin that goes on in hockey. The people probably realized to the NBA Trash. Talk is at another level certainly on the NFL as well. But if I had to choose I'm going NBA baby courtside which any Butler in. The game too. Yeah. When I, worked in Memphis covering the grizzlies I got to sit courtside for most of those games and watching those guys do what they do like. I'll never diminish what NHL players can do on skates. But watching someone the size of run or watching the third string center who never plays before the game make twenty out of twenty three pointers from the top of the key is unbelievable I think I would go. I'd love to walk at the masters this year with nobody on the golf course. That'd be cool. That'd be cool. Yeah. If you're a hardcore golf guy I I, listen go into the PGA Championship and he was here in who that was I. Love being there one of my favorite events. What a? Week. Andy Strickland the Kaman strict podcast how about this? You can get anyone. You inject him with the Truth Serum you're getting them for thirty minutes forty five minutes on Cameron Street where you sit down with. outside of Chris Rear Danny Mac. Man. Doesn't have to be happy. Didn't have to, but you can't say Jimmy Butler 'cause we know you're big Jimmy Butler Guy Now? No No. Listen. Dion Sanders are or Alan Iverson man my two favorite athletes grownup off those two guys. And Barry Sanders, but it'll be cool man and now he's doing barstool thing and. And he's just got a great personality but I love to hear some of the stories back in the day. With the cowboys but. Yeah I mean just in terms of wanting to sit down with some of those guys I, love sit down with the CIO. Love this Allen Iverson when I was in Memphis, it was two thousand nine was like the end of his career the grizzlies signed him the beginning of the season. It was like you know a publicity stunt. This was before the Grizzlies got good and our Guy Rob Fisher whose grizzly sideline reporter was like the first five or six games of the year a I did not play and it was after a game. Called him over there like an L. A. He's a hey man I'd like to talk post show fish said, this is unbelievable. You know is hurt. Sam Strings been hurt. You know but we're going to get him you know on tape and. This is a guy who's you know an MBA legend future hall of Famer and he says they I I feel in man how's the hamstring he goes? I am strings fob ass hurts from sitting on the bench. The next day on Iverson was relieved of his duties from the Memphis. Grizzlies. Iverson I had so much respect for him. Just being a maybe a warrior badly, he you know what? He would make great NHL Captain. Yeah he would. He would. Love Iverson. and. He story is his documentary I. think that's on whatever is must see TV. So check that out. Andy Strickland, we'll have to talk a little NBA next on the constrict podcast. Appreciate it. Thanks for jumping on. Great stuff being on top of the Petra News and we'll talk soon I appreciate the time. All right you gotTa Chris no problem we'll talk to him. Thank you to Andy. Strickland. Coming up tomorrow more golf talk last week Rick Gamut from. Rick run good dot com joined us to give us his fantasy picks and one of the listeners that we gave away a subscription to rick's website to one four thousand dollars won second place in a draft kings contest last week using rix cheat sheet. So rick join us. Tomorrow, we'll also. Have Dan visit with us on Thursday and a couple more surprises along the way. So be sure to tune into Chris Rabi show the rest of this week twelve noon scoops at Danny Mac dot com, and wherever you listen to your podcast that's going to do it. We'll talk to you tomorrow at noon until then Chris Wray same nice. Each Other and is always pace. Scott. Signed. Laura

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Creating A Documentary Series - The Journey Begins

Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

24:19 min | 2 years ago

Creating A Documentary Series - The Journey Begins

"We can do really powerful things if we tell the rot store using the rotten language and and bring everybody with US inclusively it has to be something that we can all get on board welcome to episode one hundred and fifty nine of bay the drop a weekly interview podcast sharing stories from people who inspire and motivate invite others to help you learn how to tell your story. I'm Amelia Video Director at Narrative Marketing and firm believer in the superpower of storytelling. I'm very excited in this episode to announce a special project that we're currently working on with assistance from the Community Broadcast Fund Channel Forty Four. Oh and supporting partners we are creating an pot TV web podcast an interview series cold transcending the gender narrative the aim of the series is to provide diverse viewpoint of the women and men who are championing diversity and equality this series will share positive of success stories from women and insights from the men who are proactive in this space we will investigate had shift out conversation from an US and them or hey and she mentality to an inclusive approach that focuses on us as humans rather than focus on our agenda in today's episode. Ah The drop I discuss why are we creating these documentary series and we also hear from two of the project team members. I explained the process. We're going through in order to create content that we hope who shaped change to the limitations of our current gender narratives. This is a special version Asian of Bay the drop this documentary series was made possible with support from the Community Broadcast Foundation nation find out more at CBS dot all dot. I you my my name's Emilia View I am the Directorate Narrative Marketing and the producer and director for transcending the narrative and what ease transcending the Genera it really is. What is it all about what he decided to do here all right yeah so. I mean that's a big question. It's documentary series. It's an eight pot documentary series. He's that looks at what's happening with the gender conversation and showcases women that are really successful in traditionally traditionally myo dominated areas and also really importantly includes miles in the conversation miles who are supporting women in traditionally male dominated industries and really looks at how having this conversation not just from a conversational pace but in a way that can drive action. That's going to bring about change. What do you say this documentary doing. What do you want to do yeah. I'm so I've worked in Malda dominated industries allow myself and in a lot of the conversations we're having in that space with particular clients we're working with was around the fact that even though there was a desire and an intent to attract act women into the industry there that were really struggling to do that and there's a whole range of issues leading out from through primary school high school and and then we went into those fields somewhere along the line it wasn't working and why is that so that's something that really interests me. Why isn't that happening and we've in having these gender conversations for really long time and yet they're still only seventeen percent representation of women on Essex listed boards in Australia all right and there's really low representation of women in many industries stu even though within within their organizations and groups that are working really hard ought to get more famous representation and why is that you know what's happening and what can we be doing and could we show Castro documentary series. Could we showcase Kayce examples of women who are doing that because then is that going to be part of helping young girls see examples aw I could do that because if there's not authorize role models that does make challenge challenging but there's a number of challenges in place and I really wanted to get a collective of opinions rather other than just my thoughts around these and speak to people who are actively involved in these areas and industries who proactively supporting women both men and women who are proactive in the space and get their thoughts and see how we could create a piece of content oh series of content that it could provide a meaningful path forward and I don't know the answer and I think that's part of the exciting thing with these documentaries. We don't have that end so I don't think we have the framework for these conversations yet where we can include both men and women in how do we create a quality without being an us and them compensation. We can say we need more women in these areas and the I don't believe that this yet a narrative that allows men to clearly really articulate what that necessarily means to them. There are many men that are very supportive of this but even some of those supporters feel slightly intimidated or afraid fried because what are they losing. What are they giving up and there isn't necessarily a good narrative around how we acknowledge it and still move forward in that direction so that's what I'm really hoping that we can achieve and that's a big big and it's really interesting because even when I started these horses so the documentary is made possible with supporting funds from the Community Broadcast Foundation and through support of channel forty four which is a community television broadcast channel in alight so when I went through the process of applying to get funding for the documentary I it needed to come up with a name and the concept has died the same. I really wanted to strike case successful women and have conversations from men who supported that but the todd that I used when I applied for the funds was famous in a man's world however it just didn't sit right with me. It's not a man's. Well not female. I'm all in that man's world even that was to represent women working in male dominated industries but we don't ease very much in us in them and so so I went to I had these I had these discord. It didn't quite wrought the documentary series on the underlying concepts were really resonating being an overseas with successful securing funding but there was still something that wasn't quite raw and I went to a conference code. The new conference and there was a spike of their code CACANI AT UB she was incredible and she spoke around for us as a community a whole worldwide community to become better data at our narratives to become better at creating inclusive stories and really talk look at how we bring each other together to transcend. I ran over to the economy and I said this transcending to explain the documentary in the idea and I told her I had these. TATO female demands wild but it felt awkward. It's not about that at all. It's about transcending and so with this particular series as adults with what stuck stuck in stuck in this same conversation so are you looking to tighten these conversation to a younger generation and see if we can try an influence them and guide them around some of their choices. This is especially young women who you know sometimes even tonight. We get pigeonholed into what we shouldn't shouldn't be or what are strict weaknesses. I is this conversation going to kind of. Take it place at that at that level with its way back up and yeah one hundred percent and I think it's really important and eat lack. The whole journey of creating these documentaries is really opened my eyes. I felt like I was wearing this is definitely a topic that I've been passionate about and spent time and conversations on but when you stop focusing on this level that we have in production figuring out the guests and figuring out the flow is eight episodes from really getting down into some of the detail of of where Eddie's happens. Is these very obvious to mate that these sessions need to stop quite early that unfortunately they're unconscious. Bias tested happens very early on and and people talk about these you know how we may see smoke gaels looks pretty that Dressy so lovely and then we might see a young boys and we'll be like oh you're so fast strong cheeky and their three so shaping these different types of expectations and so how we can shape these to make sure that we don't preference tots of industries tops of work types of I emotional reactions biased on male or female we may to transcend beyond that and give people access to all of these things encourage feelings thoughts interactions regardless of gender a and there are people that are running. These programs and some of them are specifically focused on females. I non to thirteen in stem for example because there's just not enough girls coming through in those areas but it's exciting to think that as we get closer to equality will be able to have conversations around what do you actually interested in settling for my experience growing up. I wouldn't conceded construction as an industry pathway for myself. However project management within commercial construction is very much about being organized and and being a good communicator now. They're all skill sets that I'm quite good at yet. I didn't concede a construction because it was just outside of the realm of things that were considered to me as as a female. Where's your passion so these come from less a multi led conversation. Yeah you know I was brought up in a family where my dad used to cut out new newspaper magazine articles for May about women breaking through the glass last ceiling and I was always given the support that could achieve anything you know. Mum used to sign me you so you can do anything you want if you put onto that's what you WanNa. Do you know mom and dad were very supportive. was very much given an a personal narrative that if if I wanted to do it if I worked hot than I could achieve it and so for me. That is my mentality. That's how I live but avs as I've grown up. I've certainly experienced challenges abso- was harassed in a workplace I have seen through these experiences that many women in the workforce have to and realize that that not everyone gets that same support family support that I did to achieve then as I became a mother of two boys a you know my thoughts tasted around. How do I have that conversation with my boys. Had I make sure that I bring up boys that are very respectful of women that understand understand that just by the gender that they will balloon me that I potentially have privilege there. What is that conversation. What is the shape of that conversation. How do I have it in in a way that provide them with tools to make them bitter men. I've hundred percent believed that we mean to create the rock conversations. If we want an outcome if we wanNA drive action then what is the story around. What is the narrative. We give it because we can shape change but we have to consciously do that. We have to consciously think about the language we use the phrase. Is You know and I catch myself. We Roy comments. It's like she fought. Don't fight like a girl saying that I would say that to my boys but eats bean pot of AL language. I think where a win now that that has ramifications ends but until we really stop being conscious of how he used language then we dilute its power we can do really powerful things if we tell the story using the right language and bring everybody with US inclusive late it has to be something that where we can all get on board and I think think these comes back to the fact that we haven't allowed a spice for everyone to if they don't agree with it or if they feel you intimidated by the potential changes and change is scary. Any change is scary so we need to allow spice for that. We need to allow that conversation and for me. The people that a negative around feminism and who make these comments the bat. Oh what a load of rubbish or don't believe in in the gender gap or a negative detractors of some of these things that I'm very passionate about. It's from my perspective. It's easy for me to go their own however that's not going to help us transient that doesn't allow us to come together because they already going become knowing that. I've written them off. You know they're not gonNA feel respected value and this is the route challenge with transcending narrative. I'm you are now. Having a conversation with myself going need to respect these views. I don't agree with the. I'm not really sure that I actually understand them but I need to try. I need to listen and I need to validate the FIA and then look at how we can bring the conversation forward forward because we can't get stuck in the FIA. We can't get stuck in the US in them but I don't know what it is. That will take us on that and that's what's so exciting about this documentary. You have to Grit Christian. Can I get back to Knight Yeah. Look obviously the team narrative ready marketing. We've been creating video content audio content written content for a long time so we do have a great understanding of the content arc and understanding. I mean what are the elements. We're going to bring who the people that will help us. Tell the story and how we're going to shape it so women moving into production so we've got most of our guests lined up but however somebody identify themselves and guys yes. I could speak on this topic or a nurse someone who should speak on this topic would we'd love to hear from you. We are definitely looking for people to get involved and support the project. We want to distribute this content as far and wide as as possible looking at aligning in schools or community groups to make sure that we can help spread this message and also businesses that might feel you like they really want to support a new gender narrative in their organization so definitely interested to hear from anyone who thinks that they might have something offer yet. What are your biggest fees moving into it and also what is your your greatest goal. What do you want. The end of one of my biggest fear is that the conversation is so big that throughout these we will struggle to find clarity. This is going to be a biggest challenge is gonNA speak to the always incredible credible people when they've all got different thoughts and opinions but we have to somehow cohesively bring this together of eight episodes to connect act. Two One story that we can fuller that will also a neighbor last to provide actions to do something because I do not want this to just bake conversation the station for the sake of conversation. I wanted to bay a pace that helps people think and then potentially act so we'll be distributing the series series through regular broadcast on Channel Forty four in twenty twenty probably around April so we've got a while for this project rollout but as well. I'm really excited that we will be sharing eight episodes and maybe more we'll see how that actually unfolds across bay the drought which is the podcast that I posted for over four years and so I think that you're going to be some really valuable content from my listeners to connect with this documentary as well so I'm really excited that we've got that JHU platform to be able to extend that content on as well and everything. I'm really excited about this. Documentary is the team that I get to work with and that we get to work together. Gather on something that will really passionate about but from different perspectives so we've got creased. Who is the New Yorker for that. I work with so you know he brings things a different perspective today's Kristin who are referred to as j his passion about women and empowering women and so unreal looking forward to the viewpoint and angles that she brings and more recently we've started working with big who's going to support Chris Kaman and editing and so she's only twenty so twenty year old female she brings again Qabala of a different perspective to it so it's a really great cross section of how different viewpoints that we're bringing together a shared passion for really bringing these gender equality conversation to life in a way that's going to hopefully drive change my name's. Christopher woman and I I am the director of Photography and the editor of transcending the narrative. The reason I'm excited about this project is because a lot of people in my life have been talking about what the gender narrative and grading equality and had to do it seems to be like there's an issue between what people want to do and what they should should be doing facebook and social media creating negative conversations between different groups paper was Wayne men and women creating divides. Sir Transcending rants ending the dinner. Narrative has a clear goal. We want to be out to create a narrative of action encompasses by sides men and women and had a forward. We really conscious of doing it right creating the conversation because if we don't then we can exclude someone create a for the divine which is exactly what we want to we want to include everyone in the conversation and hopefully the views of the show in the list of the podcast version will be out of the create an opinion in their mind and not feel like their opinions that they're watching her excluding their their previously held opinions sir. This is GonNa be massive undertaking but I think we can do it really positive and I feel like we're all skilled enough storytellers to police altogether and in the end we also want to make something we really proud of and we can stand behind and may be the results of it in the future which is pretty cool. It's pretty cool Persson and on the production assistant for transcending gender. I've been working with a million for years and it came about that. She made the Koshi usually Mike's and tell me all about it and I was on board because I really take my boxes in terms of yes yes I. I want to support a movement that tells by sides in a really really positive light the discussions we've had been so robust that they discussions were all the hotel site passionate baton as soon as we kind of sat down with a pen and Piper and Amelia launched into what heavy was what she thought this was going to be. You know everybody in that room. I'm just stopped and he could tell that we were all in the right place for the right reasons and we've been through who we're going to interview interview them. We've had very bus discussions about what's my opinion visa meals opinion versus you know the rest of the team's opinions and I think that's healthy in this journey that we can actually sit down and have discussions that we don't agree around some stuff in that. I think is exactly what these documentaries about is taking. Everybody's opinion and just going. This is what it is how we going to how are we going to give this information action to the world and opened the conversation when it's too big a thing to soap but what we are going to do is start to have a different conversation what we're already doing within. The team is having a different conversation to the dean here and the dialect. I was already having different conversations with myself and the team around what what we think and where we think they should go Hopefully it's going to reach a lot of people have these conversations and really flesh them out. My expectations are that we will just make some incredible human beings that are trying to do the same type of thing and have the same type of conversations and I hope that we make people that will challenge challenges. I really do because they the kind of conversations that for me might change and if we can be challenged on our opinions are I think we can challenge others and therefore I feel that's the ripple effect that I think these conversation ages is some kind of hit bussing robust great conversation about whatever Everett's GonNa base. I'm really looking forward to that to me is a mother by the Boina Gail. I WanNa give my kids the whole platform so yes what my daughter to grow up in and fuel beautiful no and do what she wants to die but I want to get there on the farm riding motorbikes in the modern sign with my son to allow him to do that but then also allow him to understand how important is to have women in our lives and respect them and so yeah. I'm looking forward to how this might shape the way that I think working with really path women. I heard that that they don't change some opinions opinions and help guide me crazy mother who journey into the unknown so it is very much. 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63: Aphrodisiac Wine Pairings for Valentine's Day

Unreserved Wine Talk

26:36 min | 1 year ago

63: Aphrodisiac Wine Pairings for Valentine's Day

"Now you might not have thought about aphrodisiac food and wine pairings. But it's been on my mind a lot lately and I think most winds are aphrodisiacs in themselves else but there are certain foods that we tend to associate as Aphrodisiac foods. And so. That's what I'm looking at. and which wines go with them. I hope this both things. Sparks a passionate debate if you will. Because we're going to be matching libido lifting dishes with different wine types to stimulate your senses. You're now I believe that romance starts in the kitchen or even in the wine cellar before you get to the bedroom and the first rule is to pair the wine you you love with yourself because there's no sense in finding a perfect wine for wasters if you don't like it and as always he's when I talk about food and wine pairing these are just guidelines. I don't call them ever hard and fast rules but I think of it as the marriage of different ingredients. Do you have a thirst to learn about wine. D Love Stories about wonderfully obsessive people. ponting Lee beautiful places and Amusingly Awkward Social Situations. That's the blend here on on the unreserved. Wine talk podcast. I'm your host Natalie Maclean and each week I share with you unfiltered conversations with celebrities in the wine world as well as confessions from my own tipsy journey as I write my third book on this subject. I'm so glad glad you're here. Now Pass me that bottle please. And let's get started. Welcome to episode sixty sixty three now. Valentine's Day is only two days away. So we're going to have a little fun today. PAIRING WINE WITH APHRODISIAC foods from wasters to chocolate. Plus I'll chat about what it means when someone describes a wine as tasting salty. Is there really Salton Alton wine and how can you tell this conversation first aired on my regular facebook live video show seal often hear me responding to a comment Eh. One of the viewers is made. You can join that conversation every second Wednesday at seven pm eastern including the evening. If you're listening to this podcast on the day it's published. I'll put a link in the show notes where you can find us tonight at Natalie MacLean dot com forward slash sixty. The three. It's fun we chat we drink. We laugh we drink some more. So bore yourself a glass and join us. You can also join me on a free. The online video wine class called the five wine and food pairing mistakes. That can ruin your dinner and how to fix them forever. GO TO NATALIE MACLEAN DOT COM tom forward slash class and she's a time and date that works for you. I look forward to seeing you there. Okay on with the show all right. Let's turn to our first topic tonight. And that is Aphrodisiac. CEAC wines. Now you might not have thought about aphrodisiac food and wine pairings. But it's been on my mind a lot lately and I think most wines are aphrodisiacs for doozy accident themselves but there certain foods that we tend to associate as Aphrodisiac foods and so. That's what I'm looking at. An which winds go with them. I hope this whole thing spark a passionate debate if you will. Because we're going to be matching LUPITA lifting dishes with different wine types to stimulate your senses. Mrs Now I believe that Romance starts in the kitchen or even in the wine cellar before you get to the bedroom and the first rule is to pair the wine you love with yourself because there's no sense in finding a perfect wine for oysters if you don't like it you're an is always when I talk about food wine tearing these are just guidelines. I don't call them ever hard and fast rules. But I think as the marriage of different ingredients so just as you might take a chocolate cake and put a swirl raspberry in those flavors go so beautifully together think about about that when we're marrying food and wine now onto some fun historical facts. Many ingredients have historically been considered APHRODISIACS. Easy access sometimes. Because food physically resembled male private parts like avocados which according to the aspects by the way they grew on testicle trees and their female counterparts wasters in figs other foods such as Chili peppers provoked okay fiery passion of love with the increased heartbeat and sweating and yet other foods contain certain minerals that increase energy stamina stamina and blood flow throughout the body as well as to vital organs. An example of that is Gingrich below my saying that correctly. Gingko Biloba Aloha so. Let's talk about eight matches and let's start with wasters. The ancient Romans called Oysters and Aphrodisiac based on promiscuous miscanthus women gulping down. Lots of them. But then again the ancient Romans also thought the turnips were in the same category. So I'm not sure how much we can trust their guidance cazenove that Eighteenth Century Venetian lover. Eight forty oysters. A day for Breakfast with his mistress in the bathtub built for two now. Oysters have vital minerals such as copper iron zinc. All of which are essential for are male fertility. So what do you think or do you have a favorite pairing with oysters. Now for me first of all I should admit I don't like wasters. I've tried one or two but I find it's textural thing I I don't know what it is. I've got to teach myself to like like oil stairs but I have had one or two and I think with their briny taste and sometimes not fishy taste. Because we don't want orders that are fishy in old but with the briny salty taste. I think a crisp white wine goes beautifully. The classic match Of course is a Chablis an chardonnay from northern Burgundy but equally well are sparkling wines bubbly whether champagne or sparkling ling wine from another region. So yeah with oysters. Than if you're on a bit of a budget can also get a Cava which is tends to be more earthy dry than percent go but percents will work. The Italian bubbly kavas the Spanish wine Spanish bubbly are North American sparkling wines terrific Whether it's from California Niagara BC or Nova Scotia. And I want to know from you is. Is There Aphrodisiac food that we should be talking about. I've got eight different ones that I'm GonNa talk about all right. Let's go on on to the second food. I have pine nuts. Yeah you might think that is unusual but hind that's like are also high in Inns Inc.. They've been part of potions prescribed to the love sick in the past but they work just as well in Pesto in my opinion and for me in classic pairing with pine nuts because it has sort of an herbal taste I love New Zealand. Sauvignon blown. Or a Sauvignon Blanc from from other regions like the Lamar Valley. Or of course like South Africa others that produce it. But what about you. If you've got a pesto which it does have that early green taste. What do you like to match with that? So pine nuts is number two now next up number. Three three is a by Berry. Hopefully I'm saying that correctly a high. It's the Brazilian Aci Berry which has been called Natural Viagra. The ACI is the most concentrated botanical source of iron in the world. That's why a lot of people take it as a health food food. It improves blood flow throughout the body. It tastes like chocolate and dark berries. Now it comes in powder capsules. But that's not very romantic. What are you GonNa do sit in front of the fireplace and break? Open some capsules or down a capsule with your wine but because because it has that dark berry and chocolate taste. My choice of pairing would be a full bodied red. Maybe with some MOCHA notes. So we're looking looking for some oak aging and or some very rich flavorful fleshy right dark plums and berries so in thinking a Sharaf's from Australia a ripe Cabernet from California. Maybe you have some other suggestions. Not sure if you envision yourself sitting the fire and popping a Chi- berries into your mouth. But they are the natural Viagra so had put it on the list. Let us just move on to the next category next step is asparagus. Probably not top of your list for Aphrodisiac foods but these slender long. Green stocks are best served lightly steamed while still firm and bathed in melting cutting butter or hollandaise sauce. Now doesn't that have your juices watering asparagus. Like a bad boyfriend is tough on wine due to you natural organic compounds that make the wine taste bitter so when it comes to asparagus. I'm very much in the camp of love pine nuts and I would therefore go with a New Zealand Sauvignon blown or a gruner. veld leaner the famous zesty. White wine of Austria Avena Verde from northern Portugal. All of these are not ocht or not very much and they tend to be zesty. Green gene herbal can handle ASPARAGUS. Because if you put asparagus with buttery chardonnays just GONNA clash. It can often make make a wine tastes sweeter than it is because it has cr which makes everything taste sweeter afterwards artichokes have this too. You and Moore captains which just wreck everything so. asparagus is a special challenge. But when you have a abridging ingredients like your melted butter or your holidays. That will widen your choices. I'd still go with a crisp white wine. That's not next up. I have soft creamy cheeses such as common bear in bree they lose sensuality. I WanNa say that again. ooh sensuality when they flow like lava over crusty piece of Baguette and coat every crevice of your mouth So when it comes to soft cheese pairings I think a buttery Chardonnay will work especially if you like to layer your richness rich on rich or you can try steely recycling or a Soviet blunt cut right through the creamy richness of that Burri or Kaman bear. Let us move onto the next one. which is strawberries and whipped cream now here shape and texture come into play play? This desert isn't as sweet and rich as chocolate but it does require a medium sweet wine that has some citrus notes. I would go back to your chocolate. Dipped strawberries would be in this category as well so with this I might try. A ice swine is generally. I don't think ice wine is a sweet enough wine for a pure chocolate dessert or even a cheesecake cheesecake. Those are just too rich for ICEWIND. which by the way usually only has about ten percents alcohol? It just doesn't have that rich unconscious. voluptuous texture that. Say A so turn would have or Hungarian Tokai or course support so with. Strawberries is an whipped cream. The classic at Wimbledon The tennis match is champagne but I just think that's a good way to kill your champagne. It's just too sweet if you've got a bubbly with some sweetness. Sure but with strawberries whipped cream. I go ice wine ago. An off dry I to medium sweet riesling like the German spot laser aright nil. Let's get to chocolate. Shall we Let me tell you about chocolate. So cazenove that eighteenth century womanizer also love chocolate. In addition to his oysters he drank a cup. Ah Hot chocolate every day. So chocolate ignites similar positive endorphins to being in love. They've studied this so in the brain. When you Louis chocolate similar endorphins are released as when you're in love now? I think the wine match depends on the amount kind of sugar and milk solids in the chocolate. The less of these I e dark chocolate the dryer the wine can be like an Maroney also in dark. Chocolate has a higher concentration of CA cal recipe auto is in that family of repast wines like Maroney. They're darker their richer. Resi Otto is even sweeter than Maroney. Nothing Maroney is technically sweet but it does taste sweet because it's so ripe right and the grapes are dried on the straw mats before fermentation for Milk Chocolate that sweeter and has more dairy and milk solids I would go for a richer sweeter dessert wines. Such as Port Passion Fruit Caramel blend both the sharpness of the fruit and toffee richness of the CARAMEL. Well you might WanNa try a tawny port. In that case Sherry goes from completely bone-dry a pheno on I anti and graduated up. Just like Riesling does to a full-on sweet. Cherry called a cream sherry now. Some famous brands are BAE lease season others. But I would say the sweeter style of Sherry is what you'd be looking at with chocolate and I would love to pair sweet cherry with chocolate has some toffee or not's pralines caravel. Something like that. I think that would be pretty to die for combination now of course chocolate and wine pairing is a whole big topic in and of itself. Because we've got all the way from dark chocolate milk white and then chocolate mixed with different things like Greenwich or Pralines P. Con Scare meals all the rest of it so that deserves a course in and of itself and speaking of courses by the way if you have not taken my free online video wine class fleas pick a time and day that work for you join me on that because I go over the five food and wine pairing mistakes that can ruin your dinner and how to fix them forever so save yourself yourself spot on that because we go into even more food and wine pairings. Oh let's talk about creme. Brulee crew lay to me has sort of burnt butter toffee flavour. And I mean that in a positive sense so it has to be a sweet wine. 'cause the wine should be sweeter than the desert. So Kimberly Emberley is not as intensely sweet as chocolate. But it's still got that lovely burnt butter toffee taste. And I would go with a Tokai. That's it's the Hungarian sweet dessert wine and it tastes like sort of Apple Pie. I just think that would be beautiful with Creme Brulee but I would love to hear your suggestions with lobster. I would probably go with a crisp white wine. Unless it's lobster melting butter on then you can start to venture into Chardonnay with a some oak on it Nova Scotia Tidal Bay with lobster natural pairing on your peaches. Probably an ice fine. If they're fresh peaches depending on how ripe and sweet they are and if you're putting anything else with them what would I care with net flicks. Anything anyone goes while I I guess it depends on what you're watching like if you're watching when Harry met Sally or something like that a ROM com than we could get into a whole other topic all right. So here is my eighth and final Aphrodisiac food. It is Bacon yes Bacon Bacon. Bet You didn't think bacon was sexy but the smell of the food can stimulate desire. Studies have shown. Smells smells of certain foods. Not Baking but they will increase blood flow to strategic areas in men. That's Pumpkin Pie and lavender and for women. Curiously it's cucumber liquorice conversely those who lose their sense of smell also are found to have diminished sexual actual appetite. That is just very sad. In addition not being able to smell wine now. Bacon hasn't been scientifically proven to stimulate stimulate blood flow or sexual appetite. But I'm nominating as one of the most potent aphrodisiacs on the planet. Because I I think there's nothing sexier in the morning when someone is cooking Bacon for you and does the dishes afterwards. You just can't beat it. It's it's a breakfast food but you know it's the morning after right but also bacon can often be an ingredient in many dishes like bacon wrapped scallops scallops scallops. Then don't destroy wine as much as they would on their own. SCALLOPS are among the toughest for wine pairings. So with Bagan again I would pair it with a robust red wine. You often hear some red wines described with a media or bacon note. I'm thinking Rhone Valley Syrah could be an Australian share as little black pepper going on there but I just think that would be such a great pairing between the two all right. I'm going to go onto the next topic. which is salt in wine? Have you ever heard someone say ooh this wine. There's a lot of slim shady or assault in this wine. When we hear people talk about or if in fact you have tasted salinity or salt in wine? Where does that come from? There's different theories Greece. One is that salt comes from vines planted close to the ocean Briny breezes deposit sea salt on the grapes so do we then taste it in the wine the way we get a briny taste in oysters. Well from my research many winemakers winemakers not everybody. Of course it's not a consensus. Don't think that the iodine absorbed through grape skins would make its way past fermentation in then into the final wine. And that's what you'd be tasting. Another theory is that it comes from the water source for the wines. So what we're tasting. Or sensing sensing is really the mineral. Content of the wine much like the taste of whiskey is influenced by its water source. Another comparison would be mineral mineral waters themselves. People have done tastings people with too much time on their hands of done tastings of mineral water side by side and can tell hill or d. Say they can that one. Mineral water can taste distinctively different from others in the lineup. New York City even has a water sommelier. Am One of the four seasons. A third theory is that the salty taste comes from various layers in the soil with vines have thrust the roots of course too much salt in soil will prevent vines from growing in the first place which is why they worry about that in certain regions of Australia Where the water table has dropped or is drying up the soils are becoming increasingly saline or salty? It's a danger to the vineyards. In addition to of course those horrible forest fires wildfires that they're experiencing now just they really don't need all of that compounding their efforts shirts that is such a sad situation right now but I think perhaps we don't need to be solidified when we describe wine as having Cherry Flavors we know the cherries aren't added to the wine. So I think maybe there's a parallel to be made there that even though we make tastes salter feel like it has salinity. We know oh or I don't think we need to expect that there's actual salt of course added to the wine. That'd be illegal but also that the salt may be he just a sensation or at texture. That were tasting like the morality of the wine you can in fact measure the degree of salinity in wine as you can for all liquids even though that actually doesn't equate to how salty the wind may taste to you that is a perception thing we we know that vines can absorb minerals including salt from the soil. But that doesn't mean they're necessarily passed onto the wine because as you know synthesizing sizing different minerals and so on is an organic process and what ends up in the grape and then finally what ends up in the wine after fermentation are different things. So I know that's not definitive but I just wanted to talk a little bit about that concept of saltiness wine because it can be confusing. My personal opinion is that the soil's matter and so do winemaking techniques that bring forward maybe more fruit in there for your taste or perceive. You taste less salt in the wine but I do think in the end. It's probably a taste. Perception likely taste. Cherry's that is personal and subjective and that it may be for me personally closer aligned to mineralogy in wine so a texture stir thing Minarelli and acidity acidity is in there too so acidity saltiness morality. I think those three work together and get your interpretation of what you're getting what you perceive. What your taste buds pickup? What's in your background is a taster is? What's GonNa come through in the wine? Elaine says I love Salty. Anything pairs well with my Kryptonite. Chips Allay that's my Kryptonite is well. I gotta tell Ya bag of chips. I mean I think there's people were in the sweet camp and then the savory camp so sweet is chocolate maybe ice cream and so John and then savory like I love Bacon too. That's why nominated it but chips and all manner of chips cheetos popcorn so anyway. What is your favorite of all the things we discussed? And what pairings are you going to be trying on. Valentine's install whether you're going out or staying in or there's gallon tines day to is that the day before the day after Valentine's damn never quite sure but how you celebrating Do you have a wine lined up or haven't thought about it yet very well. That went faster than I thought. And thank you so much for joining me. I I will talk to you again soon. Take Care Bye for now there you have but I hope you enjoyed this chat. If you like this episode please tell a friend about it especially someone who's interested in the wine. Pairing tips shared. You'll find links to my wine reviews video version of this conversation and a link to where you can join us on. Facebook live this evening in the show notes at Natalie Maclean claim dot com forward slash sixty three and. Finally if you WANNA learn why the lemon or butter test can guide you on wine pairings. Wchs join me in a free online video class at Natalie MacLean dot com forward slash class. And he won't want to miss next week when we'll be chatting serving with mike visas known as the wine economist and award winning author and Professor Emeritus in Washington. Mike took an around the world trip in eighty wines Jules Verne style to discover great value wines and the stories behind them. Thank you for taking the time to join me here. I hope something great is in your glass this week. Perhaps a wine. That pairs well with your favorite Aphrodisiac dish. 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Urdu Narration: Qaza Namaz Ke Masail  Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi

The Clear Evidence

25:00 min | 1 year ago

Urdu Narration: Qaza Namaz Ke Masail Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) | James Cameron

Around the World in 80s Movies

21:55 min | 2 years ago

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) | James Cameron

"Hi, everyone. Welcome to around the world in eighties movies. My name is Vince, Leo. I'm the author of the film review website quit stood out. It I have to check out over four thousand of my written reviews and read their anytime quip stir dot net is where to go Q W I P S T E R dot net. I don't just cover films of the nineteen eighties. Even though I may have an emphasis on that. I also do film reviews of what's out in theaters right now, you can also listen to my podcast covering that. You can find my links at my website quip stir dot net today. We're going to be continue on the second part of three part series looking at films in which a protagonist and antagonised travel from the future to the past. And that's where they do battle last week. I covered the Terminator from nineteen Eighty-four this week. We're going to go a little bit outside of the nineteen eighties. Forty film that came out in nineteen Ninety-one. Of course, I'm talking about Terminator two judgment day. And the reason why I'm going outside of the eighties here in order to cover a sequel. Is because a lot of the ideas for Terminator two were conceived of for the first film, but he didn't have the budget. They didn't have the time to really get it all together. And a lot of those ideas were safe for the second time around. So there is a narrative similarity and a lot of the seeds were born in the nineteen eighty so enough there for me to consider it a part of a narrative, hole course, we bring back a lot of the main stars from the first film. Terminator two judgment day has writer director James Cameron William wisher junior contributing to the screenplay Arnold Schwarzenegger is back as Terminator Linda Hamilton is back as well. The sporting class really kind of starring cast here Edward furlong, and Robert Patrick and a smaller role going to Joe Morton, like the first one, it's an are rated film. It does have strong violence gore in language run time is well it depends on which cut you watch. I haven't listed here as two hours and seventeen minutes and some of the cuts that feature extra scenes are. Are a decent amount longer than that. But I'll get into some of those cuts a little bit later. You know, thinking about the first film Arnold famously said in one of the few bits of dialogue that he had in nineteen Eighty-four is the Terminator I'll be back seven years later. His words, of course, would prove through the sequel to the hit low budget flick, which gained normal popularity in the home video and cable market return. And at this time with over fifteen times the budget, it became the most expensive film ever made up to that point. Although it has been superseded by many of today's big budget studio releases in terms of special effects for its day. These were the most stunning visuals around and have revolutionary techniques that blended with the live action in a near flawless fashion for the air. Now wasn't supposed to take seven years to put out a follow up to the Terminator Hemdale film corporation, which released the first film to the biggest success that they'd have. Had they pushed forward putting together a sequel just the following year nineteen hundred five with James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and producer gale and heard all expressing interest in making it happen. Cameron though was more interested in providing just the story and screenplay then he wasn't getting behind the camera yet again as director and that affectively put the project into kind of limbo there when the rights to the franchise which Cameron had sold off for the insane. Price of one dollar in order to be the director of nineteen Eighty-four is the Terminator those rights have been bought out by Carolco a few years later for a much higher but still relatively low five million dollars. They said about again putting forward to sequel with a now superstar status Arnold Schwarzenegger. Agreeing only on the condition that he would return if James Cameron returned to direct a deal was then hammered out back in nineteen ninety to give James Cameron much more leeway into making additional passion projects he took on Terminator two. Two and production on t two which is the marketing name for Terminator two that would soon begin on the follow up immediately now to bring back the talent the budget would ready start before even one frame was shot at sky high level. Arnold Schwarzenegger was brought in for a reported fifteen million dollars that if you take a look over the course of the script adds up to about little over twenty one thousand dollars for every word that he uttered Cameron himself secured about five or six million dollars to get them on board. He said about working on the script with William wisher wisher wrote some of the dialogue and also co wrote the novelization of the original film. He knew these characters as well as anyone besides Cameron himself. The core of t two's, ideas came from those that Cameron kicked around for the first film to terminators. He wanted to bring back cyber nine take down toward the end of the film at cetera. But either he did not have the budget to achieve those things or those ideas changed. When he had cast Schwarzenegger into the original tea, eight hundred role Schwarzenegger. It should be noted scoffed at playing the bad guy in the first film, but then agree to it after being cajoled by James Cameron here. He scoffed at playing the good guy who does not terminate humans in t to and he felt that way partially because he saw his Conan franchise pretty much sink. When it did a similar thing in toning down the killing going for more of a PG level to try to widen the audience and fortunately loss that initial audience now after about two months of working together the first draft of the screenplay would be complete. They went for more of an action oriented feel to the thrills here. Instead of the more horrific and atmospheric beats that were provided in the original. And once production began the costs to bring Cameron's vision to life eventually would balloon from its initial sixty million dollar budget to or reported hundred million dollars that placed at firmly as the most costly film ever made to that date, which is coincidentally in honor. James Cameron would repeat when he made True Lies, and then when he may Titanic and then when he made avatar Linda Hamilton returns here as a buffed out version of Sarah, Connor, she's the mother of humanity's feature savior, she's now holed up in a mental institution for her claims that the world is going to end in an apocalyptic nuclear war instigated by a sentient advanced computer system now the savior John Connor played in this film in young form by Edward furlong. He's a rebellious teen living in foster care who soon learns that his mother is not a crackpot after all after being chased by a cop who's actually AT one thousand model Terminator a shape shifting liquid metallic artificial entity play by Robert Patrick, the t one thousand is sent from the future to kill John. Connor interesting to note here that the film sets up the team went as the potential human symbolic has savior who is later revealed to be the assassin and an advanced Terminator. Model despite all of the advertising, though, giving away all of these plot reveals, you know, it was meant to be a secret. But James Cameron knew that it was a secret that wasn't going to last long. So the ended up just revealing it in the advertisements though. The movie does play as if you're not supposed to know. Now. John savior here is a T hundred cybernetic organism player. Arnold schwarzenegger. Identical to the one you saw in the first film, the one that tried to kill Sarah. Of course years before only this time his future self did reprogram one of those T eight hundred to send back and protect him as a boy as well as his mother. However, the older model is barely match for this nearly indestructible features to killing machine and then a chasing sues he's Sarah and company trying to stay alive while they're destroying the path you humanity's downfall. The advancements. Here learned through the finding of the chip and the hand remnant from the previous t eight hundred machine we learn about from the first film, Linda Hamilton here returning. Beginning several months of physical training to get up to the kind of physique that James Cameron envisioned that a woman gearing up for war would have she trained in judo. She learned how to properly handle and shoot a variety of weapons, and of course, really utter game in terms of the acting department although much of it had been placed prior to filming one of the last editions would prove to be one of the most important in its factors. That would be finding a young actor to play John Connor a then unknown local boy with no prior acting experience Edward furlong. He was found by the casting director at a local boys club because the young actress that they had been auditioning for the role really could not give convincing enough streetwise attitude. They found it here in for long in the flesh. He joined the cast a month prior to shooting beginning for the film during which he had to get up to speed with not only acting training, but he had to perform some minor stunt work as well as to learn how to ride a motorcycle after James Cameron toyed with initially having the T one thousand resemble Kyle Reese. Kind of a twist on the first film. He then explored this notion of casting rockstar Billy idol as the team one thousand idle ended up having to out because he ended up having to recover from wounds from an unfortunate timed motorcycle accident that would take him out of the very physical role Robert Patrick here, another relative unknown professional actor that caught James Cameron's. I when Cameron watched die hard to during the casting process. He's here to play the villain Kaman using his idea for every man looks that he meant for the Terminator in the first film to full effect here taking it one step further by assuming the role of a police officer in order to do the kind of Intel and to gain access to places without question that a Terminator want Patrick says his performance used predatory animals like the American bald eagle and shark for inspiration on how to behave as Terminator on the hunt for his prey he also worked very hard. I'm building his running stamina. So that he could perform the T when thousands scenes of high speed foot. Chases over and over without visibly showing signs of exertion. Now, there are many, and I realize lot of people were listening to this right now that consider t to the superior of the Terminator flicks. I can understand that from an I can't stand point for sure, and perhaps depth of characterization standpoint. Of course, I'm not willing to concede. The point here, though, I actually enjoy the first film more, and I think my preference partially stems from the fact that I was a kid who watched the first film endlessly for about the seven years prior t two's theatric release it became one of my all time favorite films during that span still is by the way. So my expectations were pretty high for me to naturally scrutinize a sequel, and perhaps a more important reason is that with the exception of budgetary restrictions on special effects, this really nothing that I could think of that. I would change about the first film. Whereas there are several things that I kind of wish it would be better or. Least different in the makeup budget sequel. Now, some are lesser preferences. Edward furlong casting would not have been my choice. In addition to seeming to labor to act on occasion, only seven years passed between the movies and here. John Connor supposed to be ten years old Edward furlong is still noticeably older than that he hit the age of thirteen during the time of filming. I don't think he passes very well as ten year old personally speaking to sidestep these inconsistencies, though, James Cameron claims that t two's time line to be around nineteen ninety four and ninety five depending on which interview go with. Although there really isn't anything particularly within the film that was suggested anything is set outside of the world of nineteen ninety when the film was shot and for the largest raw back. I'm thinking more along the lines of contrivances in the story. And while those make four some cool moments within those set pieces, they seem just all too convenient to really swallow such as the appearance of liquid nitrogen truck. I mean, how common are. These on the road just happens to appear when it's needed immediately followed by scene at a metal foundry. I mean, how can being in is it that the two most plausible ways to stop the team when thousands of present themselves right at the climax of the film now, regardless of whatever weaknesses, you can ascribe to this film. This is Nevertheless, I think still one of the best science fiction actively ever made some truly breathtaking scenes of action that will leave anybody who watches it with mouth agape James Cameron may not be the best screenwriter when it comes to dialogue. But he is a phenomenal craftsman when it comes to mounting big time big budget action set pieces, especially in keeping the momentum through shrewd editing tight pacing Cameron also knows his characters well enough to give them room to breathe within the construct of this thrill ride fills in these in between moments with actual character development, philosophical explorations and bits of drama that do have emotional resonance. Although this. This is similar to the first film. I think Cameron pulls off this feat without copycatting much else. Especially in the way, he delivers moments that mirror its predecessor by building on teams without actually ripping them off a Terminator versus Terminator battle. Here. Gives us a fantastic showcase for special effects driven action. But also fills this film with surprising amount of pathos Cameron also works for you. Well with his group of actors drawing out, Linda Hamilton's best performance. I think in any film, she's been in and he works well enough through some difficult moments with that first timer actor furlong to get him through a highly seen high profile movie to make it still a phenomenal time for most the symbolic touches. Here are very well developed these state true deform without taking us out of the moment. John Connor here. He wears a public enemy t shirt that's holy appropriate for a young team to wear and early nineteen nineties. He's being chased by a representation of a policeman in the T one thousand that's equally appropriate giving the machine power to walking out of situation. Gain access and right of way without being called into question. Given that the phrase public enemy is someone that is being sought after by the police that does make sense here. Terminator x that's the name of the in public enemy. It all kind of comes full circle their playground. Motifs also bound in this film. That's a place where life is just beginning for many people. But as shown here in a very horrific dream sequence is where life ends with all humanity. Eradicated in a very fiery display were all that's left is the metal concerts that we built paralleling the future where humans are also on the brink of extinction to agents of metal the character of Sarah Conohere has gone from an unassuming waitress from the first film to a warrior and eventually throughout the course of this film's, her personality dabbles into becoming something akin to terminate her with pre knowledge of the man responsible for advancing the technology that will bring about the end of the world, essentially and coldly trying to assassinate him in order to. To prevent an outcome that would nearly decimate life on earth in essence, she's the Terminator even though she's a human within this film this plays out in contrast to the t eight hundred he's Terminator who learns how to be more human and to value human life, at direct theme of the film that human beings are the ones with the capacity to destroy ourselves. If we don't eventually learn the value of our own existence now and beyond the action, and the special effects, the film is also quite humorous at times, especially during scenes such as the young John Connor teaching the t eight hundred to start using slang to fit in better. Affirmative should be changed to. Nope. Lamble Schwarzenegger's penchant for one liners second to none for his era, and that gives them the ammunition that he needs to deliver more funny moments later, it's also surprisingly affecting for an action movie, the ending particular provides a tear Jerker moment that will leave a few is misty. I'm almost ashamed to admit. This is one of probably a handful of films. Get me out. Crying seems ridiculous today. I don't cry anymore because I know it's coming, but it really did affect me and for such a robust film that strives for hardy mitch's mo-, it's surprisingly adept with showing a kinder and softer side at times James Cameron and co screenwriter William wisher have made sure that what could have been just a film that delivers on technical brilliance is also a human and emotional experience. It's not dissimilar to the way that the eight hundred is defined an unrelenting artificial contract with an unexpected core of human emotion to guide it eventually now despite its sky high budget t- to would prove to be a major success at the box office erecting over two hundred million dollars in the United States alone in nineteen Ninety-one and over five hundred twenty million dollars. If you include its worldwide, take it makes it the biggest box office earner of nineteen Ninety-one. Reportedly it still holds the record for the highest percentage increase in box office between a secret. As compared to the original take erect in about four point three or four times. What the first film had done. The in addition hair compensating for a ballooning budget product tie-ins do abound. Harley Davidson that the eight hundred rides to sunglasses to the soundtrack featuring the latest hit song by guns and roses, whose music video features clips from this film as well as a cameo appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger himself as the teat hundred in the music video for you could be mine that's punctuated within the movie when the eight hundred pulls a gun out of a box of roses, t to was blessed with great critical write ups and satisfied to a great extent. Millions and millions of fans around the world, it would Garnett repeat viewings and smash home video release records to top off. It's phenomenal theatrical run. It would also be nominated for six Academy Awards for its technical achievements. It took them four Oscars for its visual effects. It's makeup it sound mixing and sound editing. It did end up. Losing to Oliver Stone's JFK for cinematography and editing though. It's Oscars that it took them made it the only sequel up to that point to get an Academy Award when its predecessors had not gotten any nominations at all at least until the Bourne ultimatum and Mad Max v road sometime later, not too is a spectacular motion picture experience. It will probably knock the socks off of anyone who does not as shoe anything with violence. I think it's one of the best sequels ever made. It builds upon the first film without feeling like a complete recreation, even though it takes essentially the same plot. But it feels so much different in so many ways from its tone to its characterizations to pretty much everything else. It gives us more of what we want a great deal that we don't expect and all bills up to a powerhouse ending that actually delivers. So for that. I mean, what else can I give it? It's a four star review out of four stars on my skill means. And I recommend it to anybody. Who would watch an R rated film, of course for. Stars out of forms. I think it's an excellent film. Infinitely rewatch -able. I notice something different every time. I watch it. And I just enjoy this movie James Cameron really knocking it out of the park when it comes to sequels his aliens considered one of the best equals of all time anti to. I guess if you can't run to the spawning which he barely actually was really involved with. But my goodness. I don't think you could have expected such a home run to be hit twice within the same universe in an action series. So just an incredible movie. I love it. Now, there are multiple cuts at the film that do exist in home video releases special edition, director's cut Skynet addition ultimate addition. I mean, there's just I don't know which is the best one. I guess I would say start off with the version and you'll probably become a fan and then end up watching all of the other versions the next time. And you'll notice a lot of story wrinkles a lot of plot developments. I mean scene said explain more of the character motivations and the plot famously the director's cut does contain a dream appearance, featuring the return of Michael Biehn as. That's nice, touch, and then ending that set in a future in which it shows the changes that are brought about by the actions taken within the film. I'm not going to spoil that for you. Let you watch that on your own when you do get into the alternate cuts of this film. But regardless whichever way you slice it. I think you're in good hands watching Terminator two judgment day in any of its various cuts. It's a great, Phil. Anyway, that's it for me for the Terminator franchise. I'm not gonna get into Terminator three or the other two sequels. I came out that didn't have Arnold Schwarzenegger. I do have reviews them on my website, doing courage to check those out equity dot net. Obviously sometime in twenty nineteen. We're going to get the follow up that ignores those sequels pretty much continuation of the first two films with the new Terminator film called the dark feet. And that'll be coming out this year, I will review that on my other podcasts. Call quitter movie podcast check that out when it comes out as far as what I'm going to be covering next week running out the three films in which a malevolent person from the future comes back to the past and has to be taken down by benevolent. Agent of the future. I'm gonna go back to nineteen Eighty-four not for the Terminator. But for a film that was released the same year it is called transfers which also had many sequels outside at the nineteen eighties. But I'm just going to cover transfers for next week more of a B movie feel to that one. But really fun and has a cult following of its own transfers from nineteen Eighty-four for next week's episode. I hope you keep up with me as I get to these reviews and until next time. Thank you everyone for joining me on this trip around the world in eighties movies.

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Cam Janssen on Blues Hockey, Arnold Palmer DFS lineup: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 101

Scoops with Danny Mac

23:57 min | 8 months ago

Cam Janssen on Blues Hockey, Arnold Palmer DFS lineup: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 101

"Commend her. Welcome into the chris. Rabi show it is wednesday. It is march third. Twenty twenty one gonna talk a little blues hockey with cam johnson. Coming up here in just a moment. Blues out west is they will be in action tonight. Got a little west coast swing in a west coast heavy schedule and it begins tonight in anaheim against the ducks after they played in anaheim a couple of nights ago. So cam janssen gonna be with us to talk a little blue sake coming up. And then we'll talk a little golf with a game. In as we get seventy arnold palmer invitational. Don't forget subscribe to the podcast. Coupes danny amac. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe to scoop. Mac dot com lever review semi screenshot on twitter at c. h. r. a. b. e. can also use twitter to submit your cardinals mailbag questions. Tweet me at chr. chr abe. Every week we will respond to your cardinals questions. So cam johnson right now rick game and after that talking golfing has always cam with the colorful language tax so be aware and perhaps appreciative of that are cam. Johnson joins us on the show. Of course kaman strict podcast also five ninety fan. What's going on. Does it feel like we are Into march hockey in the nhl stanley cup playoffs. Just around the corner man. i don't even know. I don't even know where we're at with hockey like you. Look at it and you're like oh oh we have that much. That many games left. It's been kind of confusing when it comes at the schedule. And where were you like. When you go into march as a player you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. You stood the bugs on the trees are starting to bloom. And you're like okay all right. Now it's it's the last stretch. Let's go grind it out. You know you put it on the line and you know you're gonna have a awesome the summer you always look forward to the summers f you bust your ass and you you you play you when you worked hard and you in all of sudden the season's over is like oh my god. I could show her two months. Stray got some money. Have some fun so this is like the last stretch. But now it's like shit. You got a little ways ago and you don't know what the schedule is gonna be because who the hell knows what's going to happen in the next couple of months with covert and things like that. Yeah it is. I think that is one thing and you know the nhl. I think has to be pretty pleased with the way things have gone to this point. Don't they from like having everyone participating. Hell you smoothly dude. The nhl aims ways even with that like outdoor game. Like they just put that together. Okay no fans fine. We're gonna the most beautiful place in in the united states and we're gonna play right by the lake and yet there might be glare and things like that but it's going to be one of the most viewed games On that sunday when boston affiliate we're going at They You know a million views. So they're they're on it man if if if if push comes to shove and they need like like recreate something or or change something real quick other things happen like they're really good at that. What have you made the blues. And speaking of having to recreate or change things what have you made of the way. The schedule has been Jockeyed around a bit. You're seeing a lot of the same opponents out west now blues will Take on anaheim tonight then. Allah at la at san jose before home but a lot of a lot of just repetition as a player. How do you deal with that cam especially with what happened. There is on earlier last month. Just deal with. There's nothing you can do but like is it son. The watch anaheim play all the time. No there were fun. Oh seven they had pronger and shit kickers on that team and their salon scoring goals and they're beaten the hell out of ya like. That was a fun team to watch. But right now my oh cool now. The that secrets kid tried to pull michigan on us but they got some young guys know watching it play holiday time or even la right now. I know they're boring. I wanna watch vegas. I'll watch colorado. I watched it even minnesota right. Now is actually kind of cool. They actually have an identity for once especially new russian. Kids that came over He's like twenty three years old. He's dominating he's hitting guys like they're fun to watch now but the answer a question now man like arizona and anna and event in la like. Oh yeah cruel. But i'll i'll watch anything. So what's your biggest concern for the blues right now. I just a number of injuries that they've dealt with what's your biggest concern right now for the blues we Turn the page in a much. Well ties i mean that has italian okay. So like the injuries. Yeah and here's my concern is like what the hell are you gonna do about the trade deadline like. Do you have enough cap space. Are we waiting for bosak and those guys are they just gonna wait toll playoffs. Come around and come back like yes. The injuries are bad but how to deal with the injuries is more important especially knowing the caps going anywhere. The trade deadline might be stagnate because no one to take on contracts. So if you need to get that extra goals scored because these guys are still hurt like it might be hard to do that. you know. And you got to balance its caps and look even balancing. The cap is right mathematician to do that that by of me long time ago. Tom stillman as an ownership group sport. Four k not all this money all the time you get two thousand people in a stands. That's what i'm worried about. All along the lines. They go. But i just want the organization as a whole to become the stay healthy. No i agree and you know. We've talked about the fat candidate right now. It's more evident than ever especially with the way. The blue spent over over the last couple of years that that domino effect might really compile this year and after this year right not i mean how good a notch it costs more money to bring in two thousand fans then it would be. You know what i mean. How can it not affect you in the long run. So you know. They're willing to do whatever it takes to win with the group that they have now and that is just a cool singer world. That's why the the best ownership groups in a league now might not be the one who else but certainly one of the best ends on. You know do anything for the team. It amid market area. So i do i do is weird and again i don't know i don't know the dynamic of it and what they're really what's you know. What thorough portfolio looks like. And what they can do this. That i just don't know but it can't be going in the right direction right. Yeah let's let's talk about the right direction on the flip side of things. I if you were telling someone. The senior most encouraged about this blues group right now as we are into the month of march what would that be their warriors and that gladys gonna come back and they just figure out ways to win games like they're they're look. They've gone through a lot of hard hardcore stuff with injuries. And things like that man but like they're tough. They're mentally craig. Ruby's mentally tough. Otter all that coaching staff doug armstrong like even if they are banged up and i i just think that they come together like i really do. I think they're going to put on a show leading into this last. Stretch coming up here and i think they're gonna find ways to win dirty weird hockey games in weird ways were go might have to step up and save you win you a game things like that but i i. I trust that they're going to figure it out now. Are they gonna be. An unbelievable team. Intrigues though. But i just think they're gonna squeak. Squeak wins enough to where you put yourself in a good spot for plus house that This might be a weird question. But like i feel like we keep seeing different versions of jordan bidding. Maybe keep learning a little bit more about who. He is as a competitor. Not just a goalie right. So if i was gonna ask you to describe jordan. Bennington described the way he plays described the type of competitor. He is someone who has just dropped down and had never watched him before. What would you say i say. He's cool shit. He's just a cool cat now. He's a skinny big nose. Kind of look. Do don't tell him. I said that. But he's cool shit is interviews or cool stances call the way he plays always cool going ahead. You are sunglasses. He knows he's a big dog. 'cause he wanna cop he's cool. He's a cool as dudes and he doesn't take shit and he'll win you a game and you know what maybe you know. Every his numbers are slated a little bit because the guys in front of him having played. Well i mean it's it's just that simple he's leading some crappy goals but i. He's he's a he's a he's an athlete he's a year he's a competitor. He's fun cool for the nhl like a cool goalie. Patrick wall kind of style. Where he's loud. He'll say what he wants to say. You know he'll chirp you'll troll the you know the interviewers and stuff like that like band saint louis lucky to have a goal like that with that kind of personality. I like personality as you know rabi. I wish everybody had a huge personality. But if you get a couple of guys that are team that do and they win and back it up man. That's a good recipe. Baby isn't funny like we want our athletes to show that kind of personality but then sometimes when they actually do people want from the pump. The brakes a little bit wall. Depends on what you're doing dude. Timeouts it depends on what you're doing if you're instagram and a son of a bitch i look at me. Look at me and you haven't done shit in five games like settle now or you're loud and like cocky and you haven't done a damn thing then settle down but if you got your groove going and you want to like and that's part of it and you want a little game here and there i don't mind it at all. I don't mind now a balanced to it. You got me fired up. Now i think onto saying dude the said like it but you just don't be loud when you're not playing good you got that that's it don't allow or not playing well and once you do you want to get a little swag to you. Go ahead beginning show needs what's going on in the podcast man. What do you guys have come on. We we get the big boys. We are jimmy rufford who you know. The hall of famer e came on You know we get these jams. We got We said we got prongs common. I mean some big boys actually and he doesn't want at say a couple of guys. Because i get it because you never know you just you. I'm not going to say but we got two guys that don't do interviews coming on our. Why do they say yes. I don't understand it but they certainly do. I feel like it's a therapy session forum so we got some big boys coming up the next guest. I think prongs live from the studio so that'd be kinda cool very cool cameron. Strict podcast chemistry. Podcast check it out and check him out as well. You can follow the podcast on twitter. You can follow cam on twitter. Also cam janssen show monday through thursday twelve to one friday at one o'clock on five ninety appreciated ban go Go stay fired up with the the saint louis fans need you to continue to keep everyone fired up amidst this strange schedule and we of don't really know what's going on what's going on. I'm a motivator ma'am. I can walk in that locker a motivational speech. Who doggy. i love doing that. I just said to a youth girls program. They played an all boys team under twelve. I went anyway and they beat the out of a. I've been repeating the story over. And over but i don't give a damn and i loved every minute i'm a motivational speaker. Just like What's his name. That slowly chris farley fully in the in the ball. Yeah yeah yeah exactly. Yeah i'm cool anyway. Manhandled live in a van down by the river. Yes exactly not quite anymore quite anywhere but it's all good. I'm gonna come over to play an. Oh yeah dude. I'm getting into golf do. That's the bottom line. Maybe it's my new thing. I know you're the a motivational speech on the first tee. Well somebody's got to hook me up with that. Because i can't motivate myself to be a good golfer right now so i need somebody else that were. You're the best. thank you brother. We'll talk golf with rick game in next of rick run. Good dot com. And the chris rashawn scoops data. Amac dot com ryan kelly. The home loan expert is one of the great sponsors of the program and scoops with danny mac dot com and right now is a perfect time to learn about a home loan refinance. You hear the word all the time but maybe you don't even know what you're doing sensually you're redoing your loan so in terms of your first mortgage your retooling your loan. The home loan expert is paying off your current loan and giving you a brand new loan. You can decide the term thirty years you can go shorter. Give them a call. Look at your current mortgage and ask the home loan expert. 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Certainly and i heard you talking over the weekend on the first cut podcast. Cbs first step podcast. And you know it was a fun course it made for a challenging course and it made for us risk reward and we certainly saw that play out there are there are very few events on the pg toward where you can get a range of scores like we saw at the concession. Last week i mean brazen de shambo alone. Shot a seventy seven one day. Shoot a sixty six. The next matthew goes outpost. Whatever sean eighty-one. I mean when you have guys who are you know so significantly under par and so significantly over-par That-that for me is is good golf. It's fair it's difficult and if you're just a little bit off you can be. You can be in some big trouble regained with us. Rick run good. Dot com is the website. Rick ron good dot com and yeah we had to another A great tournament. What what do you like about this week. And and what do you like about the arnold palmer invitational. rick yeah. I mean you. Obviously the great the great legacy of arnold palmer in the history and the fact that bay hill is such a staple. And it's beautiful and it's a well designed course and there's water lurking on a lot of these fee shots again. We're going to see like we do all the time in florida. You've got to be exact off the tee or your ball's gonna be in the bottom of a lake. I mean that's kind of how it works when you play golf in florida so i think there's just so much tradition. You know the fact that it is an invitation when you get a little bit of a smaller field. It's a bigger purse. It's more important to the players so you usually get a really good field here so all in all it's just one of the most traditional staples and it's well deserved. Sometimes sometimes events are just like. Oh it's been around for awhile like that's what makes it cool. I don't feel that way about bail. And i don't feel that way about the arnold palmer. Let's talk about the top of the field. Rick and certainly Some guys that were in the mix last week some guys with some good sunday's what do you make the top the card we have right now. Rory madrid kings perspective. The most expensive player at eleven thousand five hundred bryson read hatton fitzpatrick sunjay m. And down the list. We go rory being eleven thousand five hundred on draft kings. It certainly well deserved even though he hasn't been one since the end of twenty nineteen. I mean it's been awhile for for rory and he's just got to figure out the iron game that's that's really what is holding him back at this point just really a lot of inconsistent approach shot so this is well. Deserved has absolutely feast it bay hill. He won here a couple of years ago so no shocked to see him there. It might be a little bit too steep for my liking. I would probably prefer to go down to a mixture who has been one of the most consistently good players on the pga tour. Another runner up finish. Last week. he's nine hundred dollars cheaper than roy mcelroy Or you can even go back. Chris to the defending champion tara. Ten thousand dollars even obviously this course sets up well for him. He's a prolific winner around the globe. Include his european tour numbers and he's just super solid everywhere so That's probably where i would focus the vast majority of my attention in the in the upper end of of this board. Yeah after we talked about hat. And last week i was looking a little bit more at his numbers in. It's just it's i. poppy man. How well he plays and how well he plays compared to the relative ownership for instance on draft kings. Or you know maybe you find it added. She done still the guy who continues to put up a really really really good numbers and continues to be overlooked by the majority of players. I think it's it's the american centric -ness of of us right. I mean we you. We don't know what guys have been doing on the european tour. At least the casual fan doesn't These are not familiar names. You know some of the guys who play like ryder cups and playing presidents cups. They always seem to come in more than they should be. Because of the name. I mean rickie. Fowler hasn't played well in a year you throw him up on draftkings this week and get twenty percent ownership of it. I mean it's just it's it's crazy Kind of the way. The casual fan plays in that drives a lot of the the larger ownership numbers. Rick game is with us. Rick ron good. Dot com is the website recovered as we make our way a little bit further down the card. Whether it's the mid tier guys a couple of value plays what do you like. And what kind of player kind of in that in that echelon do you like at this course and at the arnold palmer invitation. There's a very specific type of player that has had success here so i run the model every single week and this is this is based on the types of players that have found success and the types of players that have found success at bay hill are the ones that are great off the and they are great on approach and it's those two stats that stand alone in their head and shoulders above everything else. So if you're looking for ball-strikers you should be looking for guys like very far down the of corey connors corey connors is like the absolute perfect fit for this course. If you're ever gonna wanna roster corey connors if you're ever gonna wanna bet him. This is the spot to do it. He still a very poor putter. But if you can get you to the green. He's in good shape. You move a little bit further up the board. I mean you could consider. Paul casey similar ilk. He's going to be awesome. Auditees awesome on approach. And he's going to be worse the closer he gets to the green. But that's okay for this week and then you fill that out in the middle chris. I think some of the history guys you know the course history here has been relatively stable. So someone like a francesco molinari. Who won here two years ago. That's the last time he played this event. He's coming with three top tens in his last four starts or even mark leash man at eighty. Two hundred dollars just a couple of hundred dollars cheap. Or he's rounding back into form after a really horrible end to twenty twenty. He's one here in the past finished second last year. So i think you have a really a lot of great options between the ball strikers in the guys who have good course history to kinda start filling your card or filling out your lineups rick. Gaiman rick run. Good com is the website recovered. A guy or a couple of guys who you do not project well. A couple of fades This week or is who you feel like. There are specific things about their style of play. That does not suit this situation particularly well. Yeah i've got to that. Popped right off the top of my head. Here kevin munoz number one. So so if you're looking for ball-strikers kevin ause the opposite you know. He relies heavily on the short game. And it probably is being reflected in his results at bay hill or at least its recent results in his last four starts. He's missed two cuts and finished thirty sixth in the other two. So that would be a bit concerning and then the big one that might come back to bite me here. Jordan speeds and i want to be clear. I'm very very bullish on jordan speeds. Twenty twenty one season. I think what he's done coming in off of three consecutive top. Fifteen finishes is phenomenal. I think there is some staying power there but to ask him to play bae hill the way that he just played at rivera and he played at pebble beach and the way he played a scottsdale. Like it's a big ask hill. Requires you to be good off. The tees speed is one hundred ninety. I in strokes gained off the tee. He's even worse than that in driving. Accuracy he just sprays it he sprays it all over and if you sprayed all over at bay at bay hill you are talking about penalty strokes. You're not talking about just finding it in the deep rough and knocking it back out so that would be a concern for me in the short term for speak even though i am pretty bullish on a what is the strategy this week for one and done and again. What kind of A player you looking for especially when there's big names who maybe don't suit what you think you need to do. Have success at this course where we trying to find an edge that respect. Yeah that's right. So i'm kind of laser focused on sunjay m. here so he's played this event twice. He's finished third in each of them. He won the honda classic last year. So if you start looking at the results. In the florida swing. Some james name is going to pop up and very very good player off the tees also a pretty decent iron player as well and he's basically the best player. I'm comfortable burning here. Some of the guys above him. You could play patrick reed anywhere. Victor hobson is seemingly turning into an absolute stud bryce. And you can save for a major rory. You can save for a different locations. So he's essentially the most expensive guy that i'm willing to us here and i'm pretty laser focused on on using this week. Rick gaiman from rick run. Good dot com the cbs. I cut podcast. appreciate it. man. Enjoy the arnold palmer invitational and we'll talk again next week. Always enjoy it thanks. Respond is always now.

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Cleaning Up Vermonts Water

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

1:34:33 hr | 2 years ago

Cleaning Up Vermonts Water

"For radio Vermont, it's the Dave Graham show on WD EV. It's your show about the people places, and the issues that matter the most to you. Now, here's your host, Dave Graham morning. Reminded his Friday. In nineteen and we have a good year lineup for you this morning in the second hour of the program. We're gonna have three three different perspectives on recent legislative action, relating to water quality in Vermont. John Grogan from Vienna. Are see. Nicot Kaman from the age natural resources and. Amy Sheldon Representative for Middlebury chair of the house, natural resources committee, going to be joining us on the day Graham show here in that second hour to talk about latest activities related to water quality. Intellectually legislature been a big issue here in Vermont for years as, as we try to figure out how to get elation playing the better shape lake Champlain in its tributaries reduce runoff from farms, and other sources into the lake and, and clean up the recurring problem of blue green algae blooms, which have occurred, many reasons summers along the lake and the state of mind is going to be stepping up the EPA hopes the as on the state's case. And so I'm gonna be asking the three of these folks. Are we doing enough can we do should we do more and be back next to you in the legislature looking for more funding in any other changes at cetera? So we'll have a good discussion about that one open. The phone lines in the first hour here in invite listeners to call in haven't really had an open phone period here. The couple of weeks since I've been back on in the chair here. And so I wanted to check in with folks and just hear what you're thinking about. They do have some questions for you. Of course. Today is a president Donald Trump's birthday happy birthday, Mr President, and he is celebrating by walking back. It seems a little bit. Some remarks he made earlier this week saying that he would not really worry too much about getting quote unquote, dirt. On political opponents from foreign countries, as of course, this allegation has been hanging over his head since two thousand sixteen when he got up in a very public event in called on Russia to try to find Hillary Clinton's emails and, and welcomed. It seemed Russia's involvement in their efforts to meddle in the US election, which of course they were found by US intelligence agencies to have done and the question hanging over the Muller investigation was did the president actually encourage that to what extent was the Trump campaign involved in that, of course, Mr. Muller? Special council found no conspiracy to mess up our two thousand sixteen election. The special counsel, however, said that the president's conduct in, in responding to the investigation of all that was up a lot of questions for instance, ten instances, where in it appeared that the president may have obstructed Justice. And that in itself, of course, is a crime the special counsel saying that we don't have we prosecute the president because of this Justice department guidance saying, you can't prosecute a sitting president candidate a sitting president. But we can't exonerate him either. The special counsel said so here President Trump comes this week in, in an ABC interview with George Stephanopoulos. And he makes several remarks talking about how he doesn't really mind much. It seems the idea of a foreign power meddling in the US elections. For giving one side dirt on the other and saying. Telling George Stephanopoulos, he wouldn't immediately most likely call the FBI now. He's telling Fox News that he would call somebody, whether the FBI, or the attorney general or not, not sure, exactly who and try to get get some attention, put on such thing. If, if foreign power were to come to him, where people around him and say, hey, we can help by addition dirt on your opponents will, there are a lot of allegations after Wednesday's comments that the president was basically inviting Russia, to come back and try again in two thousand twenty to help his campaign and help him get reelected. And that, of course, is a very good look going into the into the into the next election. In fact, the there was a, a very straightforward criticism of this from the. Chair of the Federal Election Commission? The this is Ellen Weintraub. She is federal commissioning, of course overseas. US elections, and is considered a pretty important federal agency in this realm. And here's what here's what MS Weintraub had to say in response to the president's comments this, this was a statement. She issued says let me make something one hundred percent clear to the American public and anyone running for public office. It is illegal for any person to solicit accept or receive anything value from foreign national in connection with the US election. This is not a novel concept electoral intervention from foreign governments has been considered unacceptable. Since the beginnings of our nation are founding fathers sounded the alarm about, quote, foreign interference intrigue and influence on quote. They knew that when governments seek to influence American politics. It is always to advance their own interests. Not America's anyone solicits. Who solicits or accepts for an assistance risks being on the wrong end of a federal investigation, any political campaign that receives an offer of a prohibited donation from foreign source should report that offer to the Federal Bureau of investigation. And that, of course, is exactly what the president reason express some reluctance to do in his in his comments to George Stephanopoulos of ABC this week. So this clearly was quite a strong rebuttal from the person principally charges fulltime job is to oversee federal elections in the United States to four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in Waterbury, one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five in my quiet. My first question for listeners this morning is has the president this week? Been unduly cavalier toward this idea of foreign governments trying to meddle in US elections. Or is he right on the money? Is he basically saying as he put it that's? Life. That's this is part of life. And no, I would not necessarily immediately think I to call the FBI getting such a getting such a offer from a foreign government and welcome listeners to, to weigh in on this one this morning. I had another question that I the or sort of multi-part question really that I was wanted to raise this morning, because coming up more and more, well, actually, let's get a call on the line Bill from stoves colony. Good morning, Bill. Doing this warning dune. Well, how are you? Good. In response to President Trump and his response. I think he shot his mouth off a little too much, which unfortunately, does even though I think some of his policies have they're working. I think it's in trolls. It's mild so much against which is fanning to me is that in, I think the inspector general of verify this, that's his dad's a year. And all this nonsense about the steel Sierra information with the place in Russia, which will fall was involved with the DNC and the Clinton reelection camping. So I think beyond his both parties both politicians. Both political parties are at fault. They need things and you know from probably should do of correct. The answer. But I think he's somebody who wins by the fact that the Clinton campaign used that ridiculous discussion about him urinated on the bed of Obama and this and that in Russia. So I think truly both of parties in this country are full, probably be nice to have a third per party. That was little more touches the will of people. You mean a political party that, I guess, you know, I'm getting so disenchanted with both parties when you listen to them. It's just amazing that we can't get the things done in this country that we all know, that's in both parties more concerned about their pocketbooks thing there reelection than I think the American people, so that might position on this and, and Bobby not going to happen because money controls politics in both parties, obviously have a lot of money back. But in terms of foreign intervention, I think both parties win the spec. The comes out with his report. I think it'll be recognized, you know, Winston's and, and their reelection was on Russian dossier on this nonsense on, so I remember hearing about the Steele dossier, though. The that, that I initially what locks the investigation by the American. I intelligence agencies was not an in fact, far from it just the Steele dossier that there were other foreign governments, which were reaching out to the United States and saying that they, they were getting, they were picking up until that, that the Russians were we're trying to interfere in the US election. And, you know, other European intelligence services were hearing this and relaying it to US intelligence agencies. And so I don't think you can hang your hat purely on the Steele dossier is what launched this thing. I know. I think foreign governments trying influence elections for centuries in heaven. Knows the US the United States has done pretty openly. You know, look Venezuela. I mean, here's a. You know about our interests, but I wrote parties are critical, and if we had a real strong, they're, they're tied to candidate that would make commonsense priority. I think a lot more people would be voting for third party. It's, it's become almost impossibility hurt more Republicans or the Democrats, third party of came on the scene. I think both I think, really people, you know, I'm saw us folks to people who are progressive, and they say, you know, I'm just so sick of not having anyone moderate to make something happen. I think it's coming from both sides. It's just, you know, well, whatever happened in my lifetime. I don't know it just seems money's controls things. We'll bill. Thank you for the call. Interesting. The dutch. Hey, next up, gene for berry morning, gene. Good morning Dame. It's good to hear you back again. Well, I'm glad to be your thank you very much. You what you did as some nice people that build in for your tool. That is true and I've been I've been expressing my gratitude, airing. They've done a good job to what could you see you see Trump is up at his old tricks again? Darting in on the democrat. This is just as excuse to see what he can find out about the Democrats so he can get up them just got up the Republicans when he campaigned before, you know, he what he does he, he, he gets them so irritated and mad if they back off and they, they quit. He's trying already to do it with Joe Biden. We know that too. I knew what he was doing. The first verse time to I've been around a few years. I, I know some people after a while and but and then he's trying to say all know by find out something bad that they're doing. I can report it to the FBI. No. This is just his his excuse. But I see even they Republican and agreeing with him. I was surprised that Lindsey Graham, they are. He he was kind of against it too, because he's been for Trump. But I was surprised to see Sarah Huckabee Sanders, leave. Zander's is on her way out the door, and she don't wanna get mixed up in this stuff again. You know. It seems like she, she oughta finds a mouse to do because she clearly she doesn't seem to have been enjoying herself very much. So make you wonder sometime the stuff, she's coming out with with Trump show. Maybe our agree with him up to, I think about anyway, job just have to wait and see how this works out. I still think that Russia shouldn't be involvement anyway. In the you know of this. I, I hope they can do something about it to, you know before it's too late to get something going again. Like it did before. So sure enough we'll, gene. Thank you for the call seeing touch. We love here and drive. Yeah. Hey Ray air boys to already. Let's go to Fred for Newbury, good morning, Fred mardi kill mines of the president was an existential threat to America. And I you know, you're a word snus. I'm not. I looked up extra stimul- in it says it's a philosophical term. Then the definition was very philosophical, and I still had a hard time understanding the word what does extra stencil in does anybody really know it, you know, that's one of those words, it gets tossed around in conversation, I think, in many, many cases, by people who, don't actually know its proper, meaning I'm, I, I'm not a full, I wasn't a philosophy major in school. But my rough understanding is that existential ISM was a sort of a mid twentieth century development philosophy where. You know, we're we're where we were, you know, there was a strongly tinged with ATM, shall we say, in which, there was allegedly nothing else beyond just are minimal existence year during our time of life, and that would be it and cetera. Very, very rough as I say, if there any philosophers who wanna call in and help us out and defining existential ISM. I'm more than happy to hear from them. But in terms of existential, and I think, in the way in the way Biden is using it is. I think you hear that term tossed around a lot about by folks who essentially wanna talk about it want to use it in a way where you know you go back to the root existence. Right. So what he's saying is that Trump is threatening the existence the continuing existence of America as we know it, and that is an allegation that's frequently raised by liberals and progressives to particular about this president because they worry that some of his more thorough -tarian tendencies. Really violate you know what we think of as traditional civil liberties in the country and traditional ideas of American fairness and Justice at cetera. And, and that's I think that's where Biden was going with that. It's interesting because I wanted to know what term would be. There was a bunch of terms that were listed in one of the ecstasy intial phases was just begins. No, life begins on the other side of death. What does that me life begins on the other side of death? Yes. Next essential term. Yeah, I guess we're gonna, we're gonna have to going to have to be some research and try to figure out what that's about. No, we're getting detail too early in the morning, I need more coffee before I go follow all the way there. So that's. That's the other the other word that is getting that gets misused a lot, I and it sort of it sounds a little bit similar. It means something different. But exponential people talk about anything that's going up fast growing exponentially. And but when you think about back to your, you know, your ninth grade math class, and they talked about experts things being squared or cubed and basically, you ask people to you actually dig in a little bit, and say, is that growth, really exponential? You know something went up thirty percent. That's a big. Maybe a lot of growth in a certain trend or something. But it's not exponential. It didn't go by itself by three times. When did you want to get it? If you wanna get into some complicated rhythmic, shake a C earthquake. Oh, what? What's how do they Reggie earthquake on the Richter scale? Yeah. On the richest. Yeah. In so earthquake of five Richter versus earthquake of six Richter six is ten times the divide. That's right. Ten times as much. Yeah. I learned recently, the decibels work. Similarly, decibels are not linear measure. In other words in other words, like one hundred ten decibels is not ten percent. More than one hundred bullets a lot more than that. You know all the science I don't understand it. Just my job, five days a week at Elton John. No. Week actually people that use the word exponential really don't know what? Yeah. So there you go. You know, the English language appears to have been built to be misused because heaven knows it is on a regular basis. Hey, thanks for the call. We have San from Williston next up. Good morning Sam. Like his welcoming back, Dave. Thanks. Good to hear your voice. Thank you for with Joe Biden was saying that statement. I think you gotta go back to the original source. Maybe it was ten cruise or somebody else to it last election. The got got those words. The existential threat to America. I mean he's list of lines are every time he doesn't know what he's saying. So he's borrowing from Ted Cruz. Now. He's here. Maybe you know, he's got to beat better organised the primaries, maybe figures, we'll Ted Cruz beat better or so. I'll our Ted Cruz standing in Trump. Yeah. You know, that's that is true. That is an interesting. Interesting fact, that ten Chris is famous for being the least popular guy in the US Senate. Was he working with them? He's working with. You tell me. Congresswoman hayworth. Alexandria Qazi Cortes legislation putting together of that is that is interesting that I mean, this is people are urging you always here, folks. Why can't these folks in Washington work together? So if you have a conservative Republican in a very liberal, Democrat, or even the left socialist democrat, I guess, with in causing Cortez. And you think, oh, socialism. If you take out the money part of it pretty consistent. It's just whose money they wanna use somebody told me that political spectrum actually is more of a circle than a line. You go far around enough to the left, you're gonna end up on the right. Sam. Thanks gos-. Good to hear from you. Hey, let's go to Rama and waves time. Good morning Rama. Political description. It's nine a circle the, the political spectrum. It's one of those color wheels because you can go center to outside or anywhere around that three hundred sixty degrees drawn in a lot of different ways. That's well that's the accurate one. Okay. Then I say that. Because that's the one I think is accurate. Okay. Listen. So we, we have the Trump McConnell, Republican administration trying to drum us into another war here and I do not for a second belief that Iran attack those tankers. I do find it extremely plausible and the matter of fact, highly likely that the US Saudi Arabia, and I you know, it's always seems as real has a hand in the Middle East somewhere in there somewhere. So, but I it a minimum I think it's extremely plausible and very likely that the US and Saudi Arabia's fingerprints are all over that. We are seeing a repeat of a lot of I remember watching them. Secretary of state for George Bush share general of, of Paul. Thank you, when he held up that vial of, of white stuff UN. I remember watching him do that thinking, you know, this guy just pulled stage trick on us. You know, they have no evidence that any of that stuff actually exists in, in Iraq. But he's going to hold it up there and say this is what it could look like. And that's what that, that video of whatever that video was. We don't know for sure what it was. They're gonna come out with evidence and say that look this proves our point even though it doesn't prove our point. And this is not the first time that the Trump McConnell Republican administration has been trying to trick on us either. They've been trying with Venezuela that didn't work out, you know, they couldn't get us into a war, Venezuela. He's afraid to try with China and he was afraid to try with North Korea for real simply because there was big old China's sitting there. So I, I really think that we are who we talk about exit exit special threats. The human race is under an ex -sential threat from the climate crisis, the United States of America, as we know it with the with the basic values as nonstop in our the premium to our constitution is under ex stench threat by a political party that has been a naval by multiple other political parties and the Democrats are just as guilty of this. They have in Nabl, the Republican party to get to the point, where Trump was actually able to become their presidential nominee. Yeah, it is. It's not a pretty picture. The days I guess is the best way to describe it Rama. I'm gonna go to a bottom of the break. I thank you for the call. It's good to hear from you. And we're gonna go to CBS news. At the bottom of our couple of words, smart sponsors will be back with more. The name brand. Spring long-awaited much celebrated upstairs at the almost world-famous warn store, you will find colorful clothing for men. Women and children bulls. Mugs, candles cards and gift wrap puzzles toys and games jewelry, CD products local. Soaps, more best, one stop shopping for months, according to Yankee magazine come for lunch on our deck, and enjoy a fun funky and friendly world class shopping experience in the beautiful mad river valley Morin store in Warren village, Vermont open nine to six every day. It's the Dave Ramsey show on WD heave e. Back to the second half hour. This Friday morning show, June fourteenth two thousand and nineteen and just out of curiosity because the word existential came up in our discussion about Joe Biden in the first half hour Google in what to look up the definition ear of existential, came across the site called all about philosophy dot org. It part of the says the next essentials believes that a person should be forced to choose, and be responsible without the help of laws ethnic rules or traditions, what if they meant ethic ethical rules, maybe ethic rules, because, you know, certain ethnic groups, I guess, consider themselves to have rules that comport with their own their own heritage and and cetera. And the. One of the interesting things about this kind of leads us a little bit into our next discussion because I promised to ask listeners a question about ethics and whether ethics are kind of becoming a thing of the past, or just being really changed in, in a in a big way and to the extent where all the old rules are being thrown out, and this comes up, I was looking at an interesting article from actually CNN has a piece about Christine Blasi Ford. She was the woman who accused Brett cavenaugh of, of a sexual assault when he was a teenager and where she is now she's had a tough life since since going public really last year in, in his hearings. Course he's on the supreme court now. So the argument here is that oftentimes in these kinds of dust ups, it's not the not the woman who comes out on top. And anyway. One of the things it gets raised here is that there's a Yale Law professor who? Shortly before Ford's allegations, prominent yellow professor, Amy Chua endorsed Kavanagh's nomination writing in the Wall Street Journal how delighted she'd been that her own daughter. Sophie trois, Ruben, feld had recently accepted into pellet court clerkship from cabinet. One head the slight feeling that TWA was explaining lucky. Cavanaugh was to have been was to have been allowed to hire her daughter after cabinet will became mired in ellegation about his sexual behavior and underage drinking twelve with the bathroom again while also being forced to deny allegations that she advised students at Yale to, cultivate, a certain look, if they wanted to clerk for cavenaugh could be trying to keep in with a powerful friend Leo blogs asked that the time so that her daughter might one day have a shot at a supreme court clerkship with him. So here's this law professor, who's writing up ED's, and making other comments basically defending and praising Brad Kavanagh's and his work as a judge, etc. Etc. Now. All of a sudden, this law professors daughter looks like she's in line to get a job very sought after coveted job as a clerk, for a certain supreme court Justice by the name of bread. Cavenaugh. And, you know, the argument here in the NPS is that, that's a little close ethically, that there's maybe something that smell has, has a slight odor of nepotism, going on here. And is that is that an issue or, or have we ended in age when somebody who is in the elite, and you'd have to say that a Yale Law professors, probably qualifies? Could just sort of kind of thumb their nose at, at ethics, and, and the whole idea that maybe no no special advantage should attach to, you know, my kid just because I'm writing is op EDS about a certain supreme court Justice. Well, so yesterday I got I got a Email out of the blue from a longtime Vermont friend someone I've known here in the state who, who suggested that I do a radio show segment about a company in Vermont. That is working with bio, char, and in one of the things, they're doing is possibly making bio char into a medium for cleaning water and actually contribute to the water quality project. We're gonna talk about the second hour of the of the show today to clean up Vermont's waterways, it struck me over time. That would be kind of an interesting story. And the thing to talk about here on the radio and I may still do that. And I've been trying to decide but I told the emailer yesterday that feeling. Little squeamish about it, because my son works with his company and, you know, if I'm on the radio, kind of promoting. What my like my own kid is up to is that unfair to everybody else who doesn't have a radio show. How there, maybe as a kid to we're trying to break into a career somewhere and Remond and just wouldn't have the same advantage here. And the response I got from my friend was go ahead and just stated up front. You know, your kid works? They're still an interesting companies still deserving sometime on the radio. So what do you think listeners out there? Do you think I do you think I'm, I'm being too squeamish about this about this connection? I have my son happens to work for a company that I'm thinking about having on the radio program or, or is it is it something I should just go ahead and do, do I need to mention it on the air that my son works there. And I have this action or or not, you know now that I'm into this realm of existential ISM, where after responsible for my own decisions. Call me up and. Tell me what your suggestions are two for one seven seven seven one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five. And are we do we worry too much about this stuff? Maybe we do in getting nods from my good buddy, Jewell here. He's saying he saying, yes, we do worry too much about this kind of this kind of you. Talk about your wife working at the hospital. You talk about your shelf, working at BT Dicker. What's wrong with your son, working for a company talk about true? And in fact, that is something I try to do whenever I do mentioned a lot. We have guests on the program, here with with of digger and frequently sing their praises. I love the fact that they are making such powerful contribution to Ramachandran but whenever I bring up say. Yep. I still work, there very part time, get a small paycheck on a regular basis from BT digger. And so there you go. You can figure that out and that's probably what I'll end up doing here. But it just you know it's the kind of comes up on a regular basis. And so that's why. I, I want to check in with listeners and see if any of them have any thoughts about does it make you uncomfortable. When I brag about D, V, D digger, and you know, that, that I draw little paycheck from the more is that no problem at all? You know, that's the kind of thing that, that it gives me a little bit of pas. And maybe it's a habit. I developed a longtime journalist with the Associated Press association press. I gotta tell you tell you credit to the company, I really respected honor that company. They, they are so careful about ethics that I had to make a regular report to my employer about where you know what my family members. If my family member was giving a contributions to environmental group or something I had to tell my employer about that. And, and, you know, and sometimes wondered about that, frankly, you know, should should I regard in this case it happened to me. My wife, who was making regular contribution for wild. I don't think she's still doing it, but for whatever reason to. Veep, Vermont public interest research group and, and did I need to tell my employer you know about that connection. Because my employer wasn't paying my wife. I heard for ethics are ethics she's a registered nurse. I don't know if the follow nurses ethics when I work in journalism. And so why, why should we concern what she's doing with, with my my employer? I sometimes argued but on the other hand, I always did it because that was the role and, and I really do respect that end of the spectrum that idea that, that, you know, everything that you really cross your t's and dot your eyes. When it comes to this kind of stuff and be be mightily careful about because peop- people can lose trust. And do we think that this young woman is going to get a clerkship on his court because her mom wrote, nice op EDS about about Brad Kavanagh? Well. Let's put it this way in my from my perspective, doesn't hurt her chances to get that Plum job. And so this is what do you think two four one seven seven seven or one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five is that something that it's good to it's good to put out there, or, or we just so cynicism discontent among the public when the public reads the CNN report, you know, when finds out that, that professor tries daughter is, is going to be a is going to be a supreme court clerk for Justice, whose. Who was helped theoretically anyway, by her mom, you know, pretty close connection there, is that a problem? Two four four one seven seven seven is a local number in Waterbury, one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five. What about any, any family ties that may play into, you know, people always talk about Vermont being a small place and that we have many, many instances of people working in roles where they may have a connection where they have to do some public business or whatever they happen to be married or whatever. So give us a call, which they Tim from Barnette is on the line. Good morning. Tim. Yes, come on. And I'm putting that in the same category as. Say like politicians. Lobbying for, you know, funds from say, like foreign countries and, you know, big companies and so on. Yeah. So you know, you're pressing your own advantage, basically. Right. You're yeah. Pushing for your own kind of just. Got on a butter, your own bread or something. And so, put when politicians ask companies for for campaign donations what happens there. What do you see is the problem underlying that? Well, it's going away their decision. You know, if something happens to come up, you know, and legislation that, would, you know way that decision on a bowl. That's that, that, that is the issue isn't it? It's and that's and that's one of the reasons why when that happens, it kinda get suspected even more than it happens. So if it happens ten times, people that happens one hundred times, and then, and then I suspect, you know, one of the problems is that just spreads that public cynicism out there that, that decisions aren't made on the merits that that the vote happens maybe because of the money. Let's go to another caller. We have looks like Sharon from west danville. Good morning. Sharon. Hi. How you doing? Well, you are on the air what's going on? I wanted to make comment about the bio, char, Sean. I think it doesn't matter. We're in a small state. Everybody knows somebody who works some place, the related or not their neighbors. I think a very important topic to be disclosed, and discussed people are aware of what's going on, and the possibilities of alternative clean water process. I come down with you on this. I mean, I think that's what I'm gonna do is I hope to have somebody from that company on in the next couple of weeks. And we're gonna talk about that topic. I it is a fascinating to me, and I have learned a lot about it from my son, who's works there and. I think it has the promise and so will will will we will explore that on the show here. I do I do hope depending on their willingness to join me on the radio and all that sort of good stuff, but we will we will explore that. And, and, and I think my suggestion for my friend yesterday was just stayed up front. Hey, my son works there, and people can make of that what they will. And you know that that'll be that. And so I don't you know, maybe I'm making them out of here. I don't know. But I, I think it's a good idea for me to check in with listeners every now and then just make sure that you all out. There are are good with it. You know. Can you know, you're feeling what do you what do you think in our our you regular listener? Sharon, do you listen to? And when I come on extol the virtues of digger are you bothered at all by the fact that I get a little paycheck, from them, worked part-time there? No. Okay. Good. Well, I think. Well, I think. Small business and so much, integrated, you know, opportunities and people who work in no different people that it's going to happen. So you just disclose it. And you present the topic, and, you know objective but the topics are important to all good. I appreciate that. I thank you for for the comment. I mean it's something that I kind of I think I'm playing it. Right. But every now and then I think it's a healthy thing to ask. Hey, my playing this, right. So there you go. Thanks for the call. Appreciate a Bill from Whitefield. Good morning, Bill. Hello. Say what? Everybody else's said, welcome back. Thank you. Good to hear you again. Thank you. I have a. Really, well, used old dictionary that I bought and nineteen fifty nine and I just haven't well, let's see what that says. So I went over and just looked at existential, and it very simply said on and this is the in for eggs essential was of or based on existence. It went on to exit stent and gave three or four lines about, you know, the origin, which was fairly recent at that time after the second World War. But and but just the funniest side of the war in store has a an old cooler, you know, all the, you know, wouldn't thing with small doors in it. And there was one door that didn't really have any storage capacity, but could be opened. And it's and they had they had a sign there for years. Maybe it's still there said, there's nothing behind the store and somebody had written under that very. Existential. There's nothing behind. That's pretty good. I like that. That's a nice little nice little piece of graffiti there. I think. Have a good day. I'll often appreciate the call as a little light touch the conversation is always a good thing. So, hey. 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And we wanted to just a few minutes to go in its first hour of the program, here on the Dave Graham show and, and wanted to mention that, you know. I am sometimes accused of being a little tough on the on the president of the United States. Donald J Trump, it is birthday today. And I and I do wish him. Well, I hope that kind of get his. I don't know try to try to get his some of his impulses under control. I think you know, he tends to blurt things out too much, and, and get himself into hot water, as well as some criticism on this program, and, you know, and I and I just wish he would think things through before, saying something, like, hey, you know Russia, if you if you wanna dig into my opponents emails, please do or hey, I think it's a fine idea for a foreign power like Russia to help us out. No, I wouldn't bother calling the FBI I find that to be really just way outside the realm of responsible stewardship of anything that might look like a United States government that I think most people wanna see which is just a, you know, a government, which you can be a liberal, or conservative, I think, in really hope that the government is operating in a way which. Is responsible and, and in level, headed and sort of not, not, not supermac Curiel and impulsive. And unfortunately, you know, here again, we have an example from just this week of the of the present. Now he seems to be walking this back. There were some comments where I heard on CBS this morning, quoting Fox News interview with the president talking about how he would well, maybe he would call somebody if a foreign power comes in and says we have dirt on your opponent. And but again, this, this comment from the from the chair of the Federal Election Commission, Ellen Weintraub just pointing out the fact that accepting anything value, including one would think information negative information about dirt. Let's call it about your political opponent from a foreign power is against the law in the United States. Pretty much has been since the birth of the Republic, the. The, the framers were worried about this, and in foreign intrigue, and so on trying to influence the United States, and, you know, and, and that is something that real politic indicates if you look at, you know, the way the world actually operates. Yes, that kind of stuff does go on the United States has been accused many times of meddling in the elections of, of other countries. And you could argue that sometimes it has done so pretty publicly. I mean, the, the idea that the United States wants to have say, whether the in whether the, the, the future president of Venezuela continues to be Madero, or this other gentleman, who's currently escapes me as, as having been in play recently as a possible leader of Venezuela. You know, the United States of a right to meddle in, in that decision over should that be left to the Venezuelans may. Maybe the United States has no more right to vet to meddle in the Venezuelan decision. Then Russia has metal in a decision about who should be the next president of the United States, as it is lodged to have done in two thousand sixteen. So that's something to think about in, you know, certainly we, we, we tend to live by certain standards and act in certain ways around the world that then when they get revisited upon us. We express some big misgivings if not outrage. And so I don't know there's a poxy connected to that should we be thinking these things rule, the more carefully before we act in certain ways toward other countries that we then say they should never act toward us because what we're America I guess that's the that's the bottom line there. Well, the we get to the last minute of the hour here on Dade Graham show before the top of our the mid point of the show where we're gonna have CBS news. And we'll be talking with Tom Terry of. Doc media news after that Tom's gonna be he's got a range of, of stuff to talk with us about. Let's he was. Well, we'll hear from Tom when we get back. That's my cue that were about wrap it up here for the first hour. So let's let's wait and Thomas of prizes with a couple of things perhaps at the top of the hour day Graham show continues on WB FM and AM FM CBS news will be back. Spring long-awaited much celebrated upstairs at the almost world-famous warn store, you will find colorful clothing for men. Women and children bulls. Mugs, candles cards and gift wrap puzzles toys and games jewelry, CBD products, local soaps, more, that's one stop shopping for months, according to Yankee magazine come for lunch on our deck, and enjoy a fun funky and friendly world class shopping experience in the beautiful mad river valley Morin store in Warren village, Vermont open nine to six everyday. It's the day Graham show on WD FM and AM. Back to the second hour of our program here on this Friday morning. June fourteenth two thousand and nineteen we're going to be having one of our correspondence from talk mediators calling in talk to us about some of the national going on out there believe we have actually Tom scoot Eris on the phone with us right now. Good morning, Tom. Hey, good morning day. Happy friday. Happy Friday to you as well. And we're looking forward to the weekend. I guess. Right. So, hey. You have some interesting stuff going on this morning, obviously leading off with Iran, or we about to go to war or what? Well, you know, I don't know for about to go to war. I think the fingers on the trigger now for several weeks. That's bothers me, and it's kind thing had happened yesterday that could set off a, a larger confrontation and, you know, military action between the two side to your listeners who may not be aware what we're talking about two ships were attacked straights for moves in the Gulf of Oman yesterday crews were evacuated safely. I think there was one minor injury. Thank goodness. But US Pentagon released videos, and photographs video showing purportedly showing the rainy in naval vessel, removing unexploded mine, the whole of one of the two ships, the jesting, if you're rain were complicit in these attacks. Rain on has denied it not surprisingly on. Oh, the sectors stay. They listed the bunch of actions attributed Iran show, the how aggressive they become the Pentagon in releasing video. And the photographs so quickly was trying to make the point as well. You know, you can look at this from several ways and it's not me casting dollar anything. Anyone saying, I'm skeptical of everything all the time as a journalist if Iran did it. I'm trying to figure out the motivation behind that knowing that there's going to be evidence left behind any attacks that could point to who did it. You know whether it wasn't right. Or somebody else, where the minds are the type of minds that where they may have been made, etc. What motivates on do something to me? But then I'm trying to apply my logic the, the thinking of nation that in reality is run by a religious organization, not really a civilian government. Well, I, I guess a couple of things about this. We had a caller checked in with us in the last hour, basically saying, you know, expressing extreme skepticism about the whole thing and wondering whether wasn't another Gulf of Tonkin or something or just to complete active fakery. And, and, and I do I mean think about this. Now, you are in a crew of people, I guess, who's assignment? It is to what go in fetch an unexploded mind from the side, the side of ship, that were, you know, somebody could be shooting at your while you're trying to get your mind back. Is that for real somebody really gonna do that? Well, yes or no. Can you and I are playing your are type of logic situation that doesn't necessarily lend itself to our kind of logic. I mean so if you put something if you want to try to cover up your involvement, and, and unexploded mine would give investigators that clear lead as to who may have been behind Italian. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna somewhat dismissed if I heard you correctly, I think there was an attack on the ships, clearly, they were damaged. And you know this is not a fake moon landing type of thing here. Okay. I believe that there was some kind of incident. What does that what does the new who caused it or you know, why they caused it open for discussion in that part? I'll leave wide open for more evidence and more direction would it. What's the new term for fake video on the internet? It's like deep, not the fake depict. Fake. Yeah. Yeah. But no, I, I mean I who knows. That's my finances. Deep-freeze. Okay. My finances are deep fake. So we're. Similar similar shape here Todd, but the but, but, but I, I, I don't know. I mean I, I guess you're maybe I've got your skepticism on steroids or something here. But I, I. Don't miss a trip. It what I'm saying. I I'm skeptical of everything these days, I always have as journalists. Sure of I say that I do accept or on the face of it, that two ships were attacked or two ships. There were explicitly like explosions, onto ships in the Gulf of them on. Okay. And that the crews verify this, and that their crews are safe with exception of one in individual pairs of, in flight injured by one of the explosion that much except beyond that what caused the explosions. You know, was it accidental that the to having to be go off, so close to each other, etc? Etc. I'm really, you know, open open for information on this and I saw what the Pentagon released obviously to me. My untrained diet looks real, okay? But, but the on that I'm not in a position either they have all the knowledge on this, or, you know, like your question. Is one that I've been asking myself before. But extent what motivate would motivate Iran to do this. Okay. What's, what's their goal in doing something like this. And I can't answer that doesn't mean there isn't one doesn't mean that they, they didn't do it second as you raised. Why would you go back knowing that the US and others are watching these areas? I mean, the USS Bainbridge was in the region because it rescued some of the crew members of one of the ships. So, you know, you have all sorts of international ships now near these two injured vessels to help them. Why would you try to tempt this? Well, maybe you're desperate to get that mine off their, you know, situations lead people to do desperate things. They're, you know, let's face it, the world is not neat in. X planations. That is that is very true. I mean, if you look for everything to add up just to perfect logic and evenly in center, then you're probably not going to look at the daily news these days. No. Hey, wanted to check in with you about Trump's mouth piece of Sarah Sanders on her way. God. Did the president of water to leave, or is this her? Yeah. I was gonna say this is from what I've heard. I don't cover the White House like my reminded of, of that. So I don't know any inside skinny, but it appears that she's leaving on her own. Listen, that's a tough job for any person for any president. It's just a very pot pressure job, these days and she's been in there awhile, you know, since John Spicer, left and right. Turn over an epizootic even under President Bush, Obama and Clinton. You know that's it's somewhat not frequent but it happens. You know, you have you go through usually about two or three if not four press, folks, people in that office, depending how long in the office. So she's been almost, you know, the poll, I full term, you know, two years, plus after Sean Spicer, left and son, unusual. She's leaving far enough in advance to the next election to get someone else in there to warm to warm up to the job and be, you know, comfortable, and if indeed even point somebody. Away. I'm I'm parts of my opinion things. Sometimes, I think they might not even name anyone for awhile because they have so few press conferences, and the White House. I mean might just Neo not me not appoint. Somebody same. The main public duty was to have briefings on a daily basis. And they haven't been doing that. So I guess that's right. At least traditionally it was. I made. Right. And President Trump tweet so much stuff, you know that sought like you need someone to come out and they the president today said, you know, ABC and be yeah, south, no. No, no, no. Kellyanne Conway near the hand. She looks around sticking around even though there are some calling for her departure. Yeah. An independent government group in declared listeners, this is a federal offer office, a sort of like citizens watchdog group. They said that she is repeatedly violated the hatch act which prohibits government employees from gauging in partisan politics. And so she does una regular basis. She goes out in the White House lawn and comments about Democrats in congress and potential democratic presidential candidates and so forth on the way I supposed to do that. Okay. That the thing so they, they urged that she'd be removed from that position and prison from basically said, I'm not gonna do it. So Kellyanne Conway will stick around for a while and essentially serve as the president's mouthpiece as well. When she does your tickets his positions quite well as she runs. She took over as co chair of the campaign, twenty sixteen. Yeah. So, and the president, of course, it saying, forget about it, basically. President has shown that history of nut caring. What the law says a mini areas is been made clear. I'm not particularly surprised that he's doing more, this recommendation, speaking, independent government, and he's delivering reduced to this president DC this thing out of the chair of the Federal Election Commission talking about his comments concerning taking information from. Is is I didn't read her comments in detail. I did this morning. I did say this. She responded to that. This is Ellen Weintraub chair wine trauma. The chair of the Federal Election Commission saying, I won't read the whole thing. But she starts living something hundred percent clear to the American public, and anyone running for public office. He's illegal for any person to solicit accept receive anything value from foreign national in connection with the US election. She doesn't name Trump by name obviously, but she but this clearly directed his comments. Yeah. Do you. I mean is this something of value? If somebody if somebody from Russia caused you up and says, hey you you're running for re election or whatever. And we have some dirt on, you know, Joe Biden Bernie Sanders, whoever is this, something that we that should be considered something value would be in violation of this law that MS wine. Trough. Finding the trays of value is what exactly is that? That's a hard one to you might be in the eyes of the beholder. How valuable is if, if you call up and say, I got on x y z, and he or she did this, or that is that value to it put it in journalistic terms. You know, I'll get a call from somebody with a tip on the story. How valuable is that? Well, it's only as valuable as in my case, if it leads to a story, good, or bad, or maybe just of at least Don, Don jR saying I love it. Exactly, exactly. Just a just bring us back again. I don't think that, again, this goes to the Kellyanne Conway story and the Senate President Trump clearly follows the beat of his own drum on things. And so he's community whatever he wants to do. Because his here's Roddick segue to this. He's like the Iranians. Is your do as much as he can see what he gets away with until we stopped? Okay. No one stopped him from doing anything. He's wanted a why should he change now? That's that is a question with which I think will have to leave it for today. I think very much. Have a great weekend. We'll talk again next week by by a lot of the focus of the legislative discussion in recent years has been lake Champlain. Of course, the environmental protection agency's been after the state of Monty, get some work done here, and we wanted to get caught up and sort of just give your listeners review of what happened in the recently completed legislative session on this front and, and check in and see. Are we gonna get some funding for water quality improvements? Are we going to make some make some real progress here, and we've got three experts with us this morning to, to talk about this and joining us, I think, on the phone from Middlebury is Representative Amy Sheldon? She is a democrat chair of the house natural resources committee and was key shepherd on getting the legislation that did pass this year. We'll talk about that through the process in the house and Representative Sheldon, thank you so much for joining me this morning. Good morning. And also on the phone. We have Neil Kaman from the agency of natural resources wanted to get the executive branch folks on here to talk to us about. So what are you gonna do? Now. The legislature has has put it's, it's a stamp of approval or something on on this process. And how are you gonna respond deal Kevin is kind enough to join us to talk about that? Thank you so much for doing so very much and good morning to you and to represent Sheldon. And John gruden's also here John is with the Vermont natural resources council. The green groups in Vermont, and key players and trying to move this process along and get the state to really focus on this issue. And VR C has has been as been a huge participant stakeholder, I guess we call them in the in the process here and John Grossman is in the studio this morning. Thanks so much for coming by John. Thanks for having me. So I wanna start with you, Amy Sheldon if I could just. Ask you to tell us what was it about what you do this year? Are you talking about S ninety six particular here? And that's the main piece on water quality or there any anything else. And what would that that sounds like that was the centerpiece, right? The center piece of the water quality work that we did the session. Yes. So s ninety six does a few really important things and the parts that we worked on primarily in, in my committee were about the service, delivery model. We call it, but that's just a, a way of saying, how we get the money out the door and into projects that are actually going to meaningfully impact, you know, the improvement of the water quality. So we established a watershed based distributions system with what we're calling clean water service providers, and the clean water service providers will be selected through a competitive process. And I think it's what's important is that they're going to be watershed based, they're going to be integrated into the basin plans, which currently are how we identify the projects that need to get done on the ground other important factors in the thinking about. The how we've reorganized how the money gets out the door is selecting the how we select the projects, they're going to be based on work that the agency of natural resources, is gonna do which meal can certainly flesh out further. But in terms of getting the best bang for the buck, which projects are going to have the most impact on the ground in each watershed. And then helping the clean water service providers. Select those projects what's important is that these projects, we're talking about under this, this particular part of the clean water work were doing their voluntary projects agencies. Let us know that about sixty percent of what needs to be done to clean up the waters of the state of Remond will be done through the regulatory process, the required agricultural practices. They municipal stormwater hermits. But the rest of that needs to be done. The remaining forty percents of the work that. Needs to be done needs to be done through, what we're calling voluntary projects projects that landowners, step forward and agree to do on their property to clean up the waters of the state. That's the part of the clean water funding that we're talking about this session in as ninety six how much funding redocking about how much more money, did the legislature come up with this year? And where's it coming from? Currently, I think we came about fifteen million more dollars, and it's coming from an increase in the amount of money coming into the fund for the rooms and meals tax go from four percent six percent into the clean water fund, and it's going to bring in that money that we need to do these projects, and the, the room, the rooms and meals tax actually, so part of that tax revenue goes into this. I know the rooms and meals tax itself, is higher than as open the more they. The ten percent ranger twelve percent range of so many isn't it? The overall. So, right. You're talking about the tax rate, self. We're not changing the rate. We're just dedicating a portion of the rooms knows tax into the clean water fund, and that's actually the important part of this is that, you know, the has asked Vermont to dedicate funding for clean water. And so we've said, yes, we are dedicating six percent of the Neal's sex to go into the clean water funding. And that is in addition to the property transfer tech surcharge that came in, in the previous by any and then also be sheets tax, which are not Texans, the collection of the, the, the bottle, return money. That's not collected be going into the clean water. So that brings us to twenty million. Of state money going into the clean water fund. Okay. And so. Is that enough? Or do we need a little more? I seen recall figure like twenty five being the target that was identified by the. Yeah. So you're right. There's a little more that's needed. And the thing about these taxes that allocation of the rooms and meals tax tax actually grows over time, and the sheets taxes estimated keep saying, tax, excuse me, these sheets revenue is estimated to be one million. But that's for six months and it goes to, to. So I think when, when all said and done and you see growth in those sources. We'll get to the twenty five. Odd word way sheets. I think you said something I think I'm not familiar, I don't think a lot of our listeners are. But essentially, there we are talking about when folks have bottle deposit bottles, and the retailer has charged Nichols safe or a soda bottle or whatever. And in the bottle doesn't get brought back that's the nickel that otherwise would have I think, in the past just been collected by the retailer, correct. Yeah, it's more not quite the retailer. But right. It's the source of the fund is is in the distribution network. Yeah. Network. Okay. Man. So it's not not not going in the storekeepers pocket. I guess. Is that right? Stink. Record on that. Yeah. I believe it's farther up up up the distribution chain that had been getting money now on. He goes into the clean water fund. Yes. Okay. Going into the clean water fund. Yup. We have a caller on the line. Let's, let's bring in rich from Huntington. Good morning, rich. Good morning over the last few years. We've heard a lot of discussions about creative efforts to fund this clean water fund with myriad of different taxes, that have little or no nothing to do with clean water. But here very little discussion about what is that money going to be spent on specifically? Are we going to be upgrading municipal sewage treatment? Plants or buying riparian buffers, or things like that. I just it's, it's kind of the reverse of a lot of other revenue things that we hear about statewide we all fit in here, the needs laid out very cleanly, and then we go searching for revenue in this case seems to be we're looking for revenue. And I not denying that there's a problem. But what specifically is as money going to be spent on? Let's let representatives Sheldon take stab at Representative Sheldon, give some examples of of you mentioned competitive projects, and individual watersheds. What do you have in mind? Right. So the good good point. So the in what we're talking about with the funding that we're raising our those Thon, Terry type of projects more in the latter category that the that the caller mentioned on riparian protection, and I would say, like the municipal stormwater upgrade type projects, they, they would come more from the capital Bill kind of money that we've been raising in the intervening years since the clean water act, past week, dedicated some money from the capital, Bill into those type of projects that money will continue to, and it's going to continue at the level of tap, but then start to taper off. So I would actually deferred to kneel who is more intimately familiar with the particular types of projects. But their projects that are identified in the basin plans, and there also may be new types of projects that the agency has in mind because we are. Are going to start denting the civic projects that can reduce particularly in the lake Champlain watershed reduced for the most. So. So when you talk about sort of competitive grant making process, some of the what's going to be spent on question will be answered as the proposals come in right? Well, I guess I need to clarify that a little bit. When I said competitive, I meant that the, the selection of the lead organization in each watershed, we'll be competitive. We're, we're creating this clean water service provider model, where say a regional planning commission or conservation district or another watershed organization would be facilitator the lead coordinator for clean water work in each watershed. That selection would be competitive, and that would be the administrator of the faith funds in that in that watershed as far as the project selection in each watershed. The vision is agency will assist in identifying those projects that will have the most impact on the ground for the issues in each particular, watershed, and that those projects would move to the top the challenges that those. Projects were talking about are the voluntary projects until you need, landowners, you need to identify both the project, but also the landowner who's willing and interested in participating. Work that needs to be done. One of the reasons we're moving toward this clean water service provider model is that we can the fate with do more of a block grant type situation where you get five years of funding to work on a suite of different projects that are identified and move them forward. But you're short of funding each year because it does take time to get these projects completed. We'll resume the baby Sheldon. I know you're a little bit pressed for time this morning. And I wanted to really kind of front-load this segment with you because I, I wanted to, you know, get get your your words in here. I really appreciate you joining us. And I, I'm gonna let you go, we'll turn turn the show over now to John groman for VR RCN, Neil Kaman from, from an are and talk. More with them. Thank you so much for joining us. Amy Sheldon democrat from Middlebury. You're welcome. And we're going to actually take brief break here on the day Graham show a couple of words from sponsors. And then we'll be back continuing our conversation with water quality with Neil Kamina of are, and John VN RC will be back shortly spring, long-awaited much celebrated upstairs at the almost world-famous Warren store. You will find colorful clothing for men. Women and children bulls. 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So even talking about you did your whole series on watersheds. And we've been talking about this twenty fifteen right hadn't cracked the none of, of either where the funding is gonna come from and how we're gonna spend the money, right? So the question of the for the caller was how we're going to spend the money and as Representative field and was saying, we're going to this clean water service provider model but. It's a really interesting system, and I'll give an our credit that, you know, this, this was their idea of how to answer the question of how we're going to spend this money and what we're going to do is, let's start with the focus is on lake Champlain, initially. And basically, they're going to be clean water service providers for the different sub basins of lake Champlain and ain't ours, actually going to do an analysis of the load reduction for phosphorus it's going to need to come from these areas and then these clean water service providers, which have to be approved by the state, so they don't exist now. So the next year and a half, Vermont are going to see movement on creating these clean water service providers, and then on giving an allocation to reduce pollution to these providers, and then the state is committing a block grants to go to these providers to meet those targets. And it'll be up to each provider to find projects in their area to meet the targets and they're going to have five years to do that there. Are, you know, the projects you know, they run the gamut from everything that we've talked about over the last five years and beyond could be storm water related to could relate to farm pollution problem could be a road pollution problem. Many of these projects are listed in the base plans, these tactical base, and plans. But that's how the system is going to work. So it's going to be very different system than when we had right? And some of them be the like going around and implementing best cultural practices as well. Or is that a separate category? Well, it's I mean it's complicated. But I mean that's at is, is mostly a separate category. Certainly are certain projects that could overlap with pollution coming from farms. As Representative show that said, you know, there are the regulatory programs whether they're the, you know, stormwater regulatory programs or the agricultural regulatory programs and those are in place in those that's where we're planning on getting the bulk of the load reductions from those sources. But we have to go above and beyond this, and this money that we have been calling for, for years is extra is going above and beyond what we've done through storm wanna regulatory programs wastewater regulatory programs agricultural pollution regulatory programs, but certainly all of those categories there, there are actions that we need to take that aren't covered by those regulatory programs. And so for these these, these are going to be projects that otherwise wouldn't be addressed through, you know, through the normal regulations that we have I see Neil, Kevin. I want to bring you in on this, and, and sort of you get take a swing at the same set of questions, which is your view of, how you think this money will will in fact, be SP. Bent and, and tell us what you think. Sure, Dave, thanks for the question. I also just want to say good morning to Jon Amy and John. Both did a good job of talking about the types of projects, the aggregate funding, that's raised across the clean water fund and the capital Bill essentially, go to pay for all of the sectors that contribute phosphorus to lake Champlain or lake meant for me. And or other pollutants that we address as well and the new water quality Bill ninety six requires us to look at all those types of impairments, and all those locations, staging lake Champlain. I we think about it from the perspective of the different sectors that need to have phosphorus reduction. So John mentioned stormwater, that's one sector, so rainfall falls on our roads or other parking lot, hard, surfaces carry sediment, and phosphorus with it down into drainage networks. There's also the road networks themselves managing road runoff from rural roads. Certainly. Challenge, and that's an area where we will be focusing funds as well. That is regulatory, meaning the municipalities have to do it. There's also work in the forest respecter. So even though force have the lowest amount of phosphorus delivered per acre. There are still areas of the lake Champlain watershed where we do need to focus on making reductions, and that's through good well-managed force practices. Well-managed force are really good at phosphorus, and then there are other types of natural resources project, so examples of projects that DEC is just recently funded include, for example, the restoration of flood plains the removal of berms or other structures that keep floodwaters from getting access to flood plains and depositing sediment and nutrients back into the fields where it belongs as opposed to being transported downstream or restoring. Right. Perrin buffers. That's to say, planting of trees, which the caller called in. And asked about specifically you know, another really important area of water quality improvement is in what's called green stormwater infrastructure. So here out in our built environment and towns, just like my town Virginians. The push there would be to Enya late the functionality of wetlands, or forests by creating stormwater. Steam water treatment practices that try to infiltrate water that try to have water flow through rain gardens, or other features that are not only water quality affective, but they're also attractive. And so these, these are a suite of areas where we are doing the investments that knew that we are going to be able to meet the EPA targets in a timely way, and, and basically, get the federal agency off the face of the state of Remond. So that's a great question on the, the short answer is yes that we'll be able to get. EPA off the case of the state, and that in order to fully complete achieve our goals, that's going to take a good bit of time as, as, as all parties have been saying, for some time to the point of what EPA's expecting going back to the passage of the clean water act with John mentioned. There was a phase one implementation plan, which had twenty eight individual steps of standing up different regulations and regulatory processes, and the last remaining three steps which were outstanding as VP as last check in were about the stormwater stormwater rule. Standing up new storm Reid rule, which has been completed a stormwater general permit, which is all but complete and then creating the long-term funding source, which the legislature has just accomplished. So in terms of the lake Champlain phase one plan that work is now done, and we look forward to hearing that he A is, is, is happy with that. Terms of doing the, the long term work we have to be all in with our funding. John is correct that and Amy about the importance of front loading, the non-regulatory because if we don't get that work done. We won't meet the goals, the regulatory work will be done. Tell me your view of, of the funding adequacy year. I guess. I guess we're Amy said, we're, we're getting up into the twenty million dollar range here. The state treasurer as mentioned, twenty five year, I think for twenty years as being the necessary investment here, and of course, you know, that's significant money over the course of, of twenty years if we're talking about a five million dollar maybe gap on annualized basis. Are we spending doing enough or do we need more money, will, I think that speaks to elegance of the funding source of that the committees elected to use the rooms and meals tax kinda has a built-in inflation in it of I understand around three or three and a half percent? And you know, that's because when times are good people travel, and when times are bad people travel, locally, so Vermont, as always a destination that, that, that source continues to grow and listeners to bear in mind that, that's complemented by federal funds, which we receive every year, and matching funds with the legislature allocates through the capital, Bill. So the aggregate package allows us to meet those needs. So the short answer, you feel like that, that, that the funding was your Mark this year. That does the trick. We feel pretty good. And, you know, I believe that there was dialogue between the EPA and the administration about the adequacy of the proposal. And so, you know, we have we have EPA, if they agree with the fundamental final outcome. I think were there. Yeah. I wanted wanting to John. Yeah. So, you know, I think I agree with Neil that for this meets the minimum amount of funding that had been called for by the treasurer, and, you know. You know, really didn't have, like a minimum amount of money, they basically. Leading, Vermont analyze the regulatory the non-regulatory what we needed, but the treasurer came up with the twenty five million as a minimum as of floor as you mentioned over twenty years, and I agree that, like, we have capital money this year too. So if you take the sheets, and you take the property transfer tax surcharge, and you take this rooms and meals tax, add, the capital, money. You know, we're in the twenty were probably little over twenty five million for this year for water spending. The issue is we talked about this before is to the capital money's gonna go down. Right. We just we spending a lot of capital monies. It's twenty fifteen and clean water that money's going to be needed for other types of projects, that was one of the treasures key recommendations that we can't rely the capital money was really a bridge. You have heard say that it was a bridge, too long term funding. And so, you know, once they capital money really dwindles down to, you know, significantly last only a few million a year. We're going to be with. Rooms and meals tax and the property transfer tax in the sheets and joint fiscal you know, they analyze it and they think with the growth of rooms and meals tax, and they're actually spending less rooms in meals this year than they are going to spend next year. So it's actually going to go up and we'll be in the twenty five million dollar ballpark with a little bit of capital money in those three funding sources. But I want to stress that I think this is a minimum amount of money. We need to watch this. I don't disagree with Neil that, you know, for phase. The phase one deliverables in the regulatory world is how we talk about it. When you're under some sort of order with EPA to, you know, meet a requirement their deliverables, and I think the state of Mont right now has met those deliverables, but that's only phase one we have faced to we have to you know, there's going to be consistent. Check ins with EPA about how we're doing about meeting targets and not just the money. But, you know, the progress for making in terms of reducing Palu. And this is something that we need to watch the legislature will watch advocacy groups, Venus see will watch for monitor's needs to pay attention to how we're doing in terms of meeting, our needs reducing pollution, and whether or not there's, there's more to be done. And the only thing I wanna say is that there is something that we should keep an eye on about. We don't want to divert money. So this is a new revenue. So we didn't create a new revenue source, basically, diverting more money from rue the rooms and meals tax to clean water. And the reason that the legislature, I understand, was okay with that was because there was a change in the federal tax structure, related somehow to the Trump tax cuts, which you could ask somebody else's attacks expert about how that all works. But that because of that there has been a bump in, in, in, in some of our corporate tax revenue that we've gotten in. So there's not going to be a hole in the in the general fund because this is basically taking existing revenue dedicate. Clean water, which is great. But, you know, VR see and other groups we work with. We don't want to take money away from other programs that need it, right. Sure. Why we'd been always talking about a new revenue source. So the analysis was is that we could diverse this money and with the change in the corporate tax structure, there's going to be a growth in the general fund that will fill that hole, and that money that other money that goes to education as my understanding. So we, we don't want to see a hole in the education budget. So hope we have to watch that. So. Just kind of put that down and, and alert people to that. And something I think we all need to be vigilant and watching of the twenty. Yeah. Go ahead. Neil may I just like to compliment what John is saying, he's right about the capital, Bill spending of one of the things I loot too. But I just want to again emphasize for the listener. Is that the investment that the legislature puts into the capital Bill allows us to match federal infusion of federal water quality funds that come in? And so there's a substantial increase, there's a substantial opportunity to leverage those federal funds through the capital Bill, which we do annually, which itself complements other federal funds that say come in through the agency of through the natural resources, conservation service, so federal agricultural funding programs. So really the aggregate funding package is pretty large. But what we're talking about. Here is just the state component. And I think John providing good frame up for you. Let me just ask you like, for instance, take this year's a snapshot of the current or the fiscal twenty twenty which will start to life, I of the roughly or little more than sounds like twenty five million dollars. We're going to spend on these water quality programs how how much of that is the capital Bill in, in twenty twenty I can give you those numbers pretty quickly, it looks like the capital Bill is coming in at twelve point one so about half almost half of the of the total funding. And are we? Are we thinking that the capital Bill? I mean the John was talking about how that's going to dwindle. Over time was the timeframe, there will be down from twelve point one to, to to what by win. So it's not it's really not my place to suggest what may or may not be in the capital. That's a little bit above my pay grade. But I do know that the clean water fund board provides recommendations to the governor for annual requests for capital, appropriations. And I believe the clean water board met the other day to begin to frame their FYE Twenty-one budget process so that will go through some public process will be asking the public, what they wanna see out of that. And then clean water board. We'll make their recommendations. But I believe those recommendations will continue to request capital funds, and certainly. At minimum the matching funds necessary for the state revolving fund money that big federal infusion. An and I think those materials are available online. Neil saying is correct. But I think, you know, just provide numbers like estimate numbers for your listeners that. I think it's historically, it's been like four to six million mocha in that range, and I think we're going to get back to that we've been like the twelve million dollar range, right for a while now that's the bridge since twenty fifteen and. You know, that's been great. We've been able to meet, you know, clean water funding targets, you know since twenty fifteen I I've been on the show before, and I've, I've tried to say every time it's not like we haven't had clean water funding since Vermont clean water act passed in twenty fifteen. So we haven't had a dedicated source been mostly capital, money. So now with the dedication of six percent of the rooms and meals tax the property transfer tax surcharge about four or five million dollars, the sheets, the unclaimed bottles you know, you're going to get up in the twenty to twenty five million dollars, nine capital money range, if you add on top of that every year, four to six million capital funds. That's what we basically, I think working with. And so, I started to really get firmed up in the picture here that you were describing earlier, John Grogan from our see that the excuse me the, the message here really comes down to is looking pretty good. But bears watching into into the coming years, a couple of ways. I mean, I think, and I would agree. And it takes a long time to see the underground changes. But I think the one of the I mean, the one of the good things about the TM DL that we're operating under now is check in with EPA regularly and their benchmarks along the way. And there's going to be a need to evaluate how we're doing and make judgments along the way and adjustments to actions. We're taking an adjustment if we need funding for more actions. And so, yeah, I think this puts us on track to begin to do the work that we need that we need to do. And I said, I give the agency credit. I think there's a lot of accountability built into the system of load reduction block. Rant to clean water service provider to meet those targets. They have to meet those targets and you have, and they're going to have to show that what they have done through through modeling and through, you know, going to the to the agency and going before the legislators say, look, we took this money, he was target and we were meeting, our target or we're not, you know, we'll see if the targets are not being met. Yup. And well I think that's that is a pretty good summation of the situation here. Neil, I wanna I wanna give you last word here just to do you feel like this is it, you sort of you've won the championship like Toronto, Raptors last night, or or what? Neil, always wins the championship. I would say that we the reward for good work is the opportunity to do more, and we are looking at a at very substantial piece body of work both within the agencies of the clean water initiative and among our partners who will be looking to formulate themselves into water service providers. The Bill is a foundational shift in how we do water quality funding. And I think it's a very exciting one. I believe our partners. Can look to rely on the state to be able to support their ability to put good projects on the ground and the types that I already described, but also to pay for the operation and maintenance of those projects, which is extremely important part of maintaining that infrastructure that we put in the ground. So there's a big, there's a big body of work between now and, you know, when we flip the switch, and have those block grants going forth, and in the interim, we need to continue to fund the best possible. Projects as their identified by our base and planning process. So we're, we're excited and we're going to move this work forward and look to see some good results. I know that I, I didn't want to take the last word away from yoga just listen to so Neil alluded to this. So this transition period. Right. So this is a system, a complicated system is being created. I think we're going to be, you know, in transition for couple years, right? This is not happen immediately. So like next this year, this we're still funding projects as Neil mentioned as we have been fun, funding them. These clean water service, part is don't exist. The load allocations don't exist. You know, these are all going to stood up over the next two years. Basically, the Newport of the results are good work as the opportunity to do more. Yes. And the agency has a lot of new good work to do so. Alright gentlemen, why pre shared the two of you sharing your thoughts about all this very much, and also Representative Amy Sheldon Middlebury, these are important issues in Vermont, and I'm glad to be able to give them a little airtime now and then, hey, we're going to duck out a little bit early on the day Graham show today, because I want to leave you with a piece of music. It's it is something observance of Father's Day, which this coming, Sunday, one of my favorite jazz musicians, Horace, silver wrote, a terrific piece backing around. I think nineteen fifty nine or so called song for my father. And so I think Dana has got a cute up. Let's, let's, let's exit with that have a great weekend. Everybody.

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