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Orpheus and Eurydice Pt. 2: Hades

Mythology

39:48 min | 1 year ago

Orpheus and Eurydice Pt. 2: Hades

"This episode features dramatization and discussions of violence homicide DEF that some people may find offensive. We advise caution for listeners under under thirteen something to note. All myths have many versions and variations for this episode. We've selected those we feel are the most dramatic and entertaining and supplemented them with additional research into ancient Greek traditions because mythology comes from oral tradition. There's a wide variety across sources are myths may not always be version. You're familiar with but we hope you'll enjoy them. eurydice easy lay amongst the Ashy Moss and dark lichens of the underworld her airy body like a lead weight even lifting her arms took so concentration and agonizing effort. It was far easier to simply close her heavy eyelids and dream. She didn't dream aim of life or the flowers of the Earth's. Abundant forest floors not anymore. Her sleeping mind was filled by the same dark dark shadows and misty fumes that drifted around her memories of a time before death eluded her just out of of reach. Even her own name was so distant she had forgotten it until out of the Black Knight. She heard the sound of a liar eurydice. See here it AC- Matt Song. Why do I know it. What is it calling forth from my shadowy soul the delicate Alex way the notes play together slipping like pearls on a string so familiar and now a sweet voice crying out lamenting Eurydice. You're GONNA see that is my name and that voice orpheus welcome to mythology a podcast original every Tuesday. We present dramatic stories. He's from ancient mythology and explore their origins. I'm your host and Narrator Vanessa Richardson. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream mythology for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help today were concluding the story of Orpheus and Eurydice Eighty and ancient Greek myth about doc two doomed lovers who cannot bear to part even in the face of death last week we saw the couple's blissful union devolve evolve into quick dramatic tragedy. We then followed orpheus down to the underworld where he was armed with only his lyre this week will hear about the conclusion of orpheus is quest and the dark dramatic end of this epic tale of love and loss us when Eurydice he died from a snake bite in the woods of th race her new husband husband orpheus was devastated a talented musician. He turned to song to express his grief. His music was so beautiful that man beast and God were all moved orpheus. Father Apollo the God of light was so saddened and by his sons heartbreak that he offered orpheus a gift. If orpheus dared descend to the underworld to win eurydice he back from from death Apollo would protect him orpheus would cross the river styx twice into and out of the land of the dead and he would live orpheus leapt at the chance feeling hope stir in his chest for the first time since losing losing his beloved he knew the underworld was full of perils. He knew that it's God heydays had a stony cold heart art but he was determined to take this chance to sing his plea and win back your idiocy. No matter what challenges Haiti's He's put in his path. He descended into the underworld at the sound of orpheus. Song Eurydice e Sprang Brang from her bed of black Maas the cloudy shadows still held sway over her mind but she knew that voice calling on all the power she could muster. She drifted toward the song she followed it past the great elm tree of the underworld old but she wasn't tempted by the false dreams that lay on the bottom of each rustling leaf she followed it through hordes of other shades silently weeping the agony in orpheus voice. She followed the music all the way to the throne of Hades and percents any his queen. They're at their feet knelt orpheus. He was pleading for her life. eurydice aridity reached out her shadowy hand towards her beloved the man who had wooed her with his golden voice who had taken her in his arms in spite of Hymens refusal to bless their union the man she had thought more vibrant than any plant or animal or babbling brook she longed to wrap him in a tight embrace to feel his heartbeat against hers but she knew she would not be able to touch him not here not like this as one of the dead she was nothing more than mist and darkness and so she stayed in the crowd and listened with the rest as orpheus spoke she saw per seventies face soften and then Haiti's as Orpheus sang and finally she heard Haiti's reply orpheus could have of her could bring your it. AC- back to the land of the living heydays would let her go she would be with orpheus once more and and she would run free amongst the glorious flowers and the throbbing light of Full Day far from this realm of Eternal Shadow. She stepped forward towards Orpheus as Haiti's spoke his final words. You'RE IT AC- could go back to the world of the living as as long as orpheus didn't turn around to look at her until they were out of the underworld your it AC- stopped short as as the rest of the shades cleared a path for orpheus she stared up to Haiti's who returned her gaze with a stern steely countenance attendance that was impossible to read. She began a silent prayer have the strength he asks view Orpheus. You who are a singer not a fighter have the strength to resist temptation have the strength to bring bring me back to life you who thrive on pleasure and love not restriction have the strength to allow me once wants more to be your wild companion upon the green surface of the earth your it. AC- followed orpheus through who the crowds of shades she was silent drifting light as air in his wake but she matched his quick pace past West cerberus the three headed hound whose teeth receded beneath his hanging jowls as they drew near into Karen's boat across across the river sticks which lapd at her trailing fingertips with longing your ours it seemed to whisper but it didn't let her pass buoy by hope she followed orpheus up the craggy slopes amongst the formless rocks towards towards the gates of -Tainer US her hope ballooned as they climbed higher and higher. They were almost there orpheus. This is back looked straight and strong bent toward the surface of the earth like an Arrow there she saw it the light seeping seeping through the gates almost imperceptible to the eye but to your idiocy accustomed to deaths darkness it was a harsh glare air even from here down the path and shielded by Haiti's fumes and mists she could feel the unfamiliar heat as the rays of light hit her. Her shadowy form started to become more solid. Her limbs felt strong she could. I almost feel a human heartbeat in her chest but orpheus was slowing. Why is he slowing and now he stopped. Why has he stopped. His body is shifting. God's know or face. Don't turn to face me. orpheus framed by the looming gates of -tainer. US slowly shifted I his torso then his shoulders and then with a final devastating snap his golden head it was Eurydice sees sees orpheus beautiful orpheus with his golden glowing smile Eurydice by beloved bride. You'll hear your perfect face though shadowed with death so close to me Orpheus I've been in here. I have followed you out of Haiti's as the God of death promised my beloved. Why do you speak so sadly. How could you forget Haiti's terms foolish orpheus because you've always been blessed by your father by every man who here's your voice voice. That's why you take the gods challenges lately but Haiti's gave you one chance to reverse the tides of fate. He won't give view another. Oh we were so close so close to my life to our love once more but but you can sign me to death with your careless doubt you've killed me twice over no no. I faced the Valley of darkness view. I would die for you a thousand times over hell arrogant you. You have been my love. Perhaps he would die for me but you flouted the conditions of Haiti's and now you live will i. I must sink think back into the shadows. What if I'd done I will try again. I will save you. I'll amend Mike Faleigh. It's too late orpheus for both of us. My Hell will be no worse than yours your living hell amongst the golden light light and flowers. I'll be surrounded by the darkness of death but you'll carry the darkness of grief and regret for the rest of your life say goodbye my love goodbye. ARTHIUS YOU'RE IT AC- receded into the editing mists of Hades as the heavy shroud of death descended once again and orpheus lead out a great sob as the full weight of his mistake hit him you coming up orpheus faces the consequences of his folly dragons sea serpents giants demons. These are the monsters that must be slain gene by any great hero in myths but these monsters aren't merely adversaries. There are a reflection of the darkest fears man once had every every Monday my show mythical monsters tells the stories of these beasts and asks what they represent to mankind was the crack in just a giant sea monster. Mr Or was it. The physical manifestation of our fear of the deep was the Nemean lion just one more monster for Hercules to slay or or was it a symbol of man's dominance over nature come along on a journey to uncover the beasts of the past follow mythical monsters for free on spotify modify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit par cast dot com slash mythical monsters to listen now now back to the story. Haiti's moved by Orpheus music gave him an opportunity to win back his beloved Eurydice from the underworld all that orpheus had to do was make the journey back to the living earth without turning backwards for a glimpse of your idiocy eurydice heeds promised would be right behind orpheus and once the couple reached the living earth. She would be a living bride once more. Haiti's kept his word but orpheus could not resist turning back to make sure your it AC- was there behind find him impatience fear and weakness ruined the one chance orpheus and Eurydice he had at recovering their love orpheus shattered and bewildered at this unthinkable conclusion to his mission stood sobbing at the top of the a steep slope into Haiti's and then he realized the only choice that remained he would descend again he would follow your idiocy into the shadows this time there will be no hope of ever returning to the Earth's surface. Eurydice Z. was right. Haiti's would not give him a second chance but if he could not bring your it AC- back to life at least he could join her in death. He turned back towards the shadows no fear in his dissent this time he stumbled stumbled and slid down the slope reckless in his despair. He didn't care what happened to his body. All he wanted now was was death. Finally he reached the shore of the river sticks. The tall dirty figure of Keiron on stood waiting in his wooden boat orpheus fell on his knees in the shallows clinging to the edges of the barge. The inky linke icy waters painted him with their lapping waves. Oh ferrymen of Haiti's please let Edney ride upon your boat into the darkest shutters of the underworld. There are no second chances in Hades orpheus. We gave you special allowances because your song moved us but you broke your word please. I beg if you this time I will stay on the the other side never again. Will I venture back to all the land of the living ferry me like any man who comes here to lay his soul to rest amongst the shadows. You are not dead yet. Go back to the land of the living die there and then you'll be as welcome. There's any dead man with the coin beneath his tongue to pay for passage until then you show not set foot upon my boat. Karen pushed orpheus hands off the sides of his boat with his long paddle and drifted away into the dark mists. STS covering the surface of the water orpheus was devastated. He shivered cold and heartbroken. Life held nothing for him. Now he couldn't bear to leave the underworld and face the light of day but he could not pass deeper deeper into hades. If keiron would not ferry him and so- orpheus stayed there on the banks of the river sticks every time care on return to the shore. He began his please anew so it went for seven months orpheus. I started to look like a shade himself shadowy and insubstantial he subsisted on Soro shame grief and end the salt of his own tears but Keiron simply shook his head however much orpheus looked like death he was not dead at last orpheus had had enough his grief had brought him no closer to his beloved ed after seven months of weeping he turned his bony back on the river sticks and began the ascent to the world of the living thing he pushed back through the gates of -tainer us back to life. The light of day seared orpheus. This is Pale skin but he cared not he fell to the living earth like an old man a fever overtook him. His mind was hazy. He couldn't concentrate the day was bright around him but he carried an overwhelming darkness within as your it. AC- had known he would his grief and guilt were shadowy and endless as hades itself several days as of this Hayes passed until finally in a stupor he stumbled to a nearby stream and drank the living water flowing there he plucked berries from the nearby. Bushes and eight and then he fell into a deep sleep when he woke the fever had had broken he was squarely back in the land of the Living Orpheus blinked sadly at the beautiful day around him then he did the only thing he could think to do musician that he was he sang. I lost my wife life my new bride when my heart was full of strength and love. I searched for her through the forest and pasta the jaws of tenuous. I walked amongst the shades for her and sang for the three headed hound. I sighing Fajitas too for her and made my plea. I showed strength but then when strength was needed most I was weak. I turned my head and abandoned Eurydice. Let's see to death. She said will be a living hell for my mistake and she spoke spoke truth in death just as she did in life orpheus traveled across all of th- race race lamenting he sang of your it. Assi so beautiful so wild and young and he sang of his own hope and his failure and weakness that ended it all men and women came to listen to Orpheus is song at every town he passed last. They were awed by his power to move them to tears with his tale of love and loss. Some women in return for Orpheus is is art tried to give the singer love they wooed him with their sultry eyes and they're flowing hair as your it is he had once done but orpheus turned them away young men sometimes did the same slipping their lied arms around his waist and whispering in his ear these he occasionally accepted they reminded him less of perfect. Urizzi and they helped to push his pain away away but his grief always returned with a vengeance a pattern emerged and orpheus grew through almost to like it the whisper of reprieve in the loving arms of a handsome boy then the crashing return of his grief and and shame but the years wore on and he grew to hate the pity and pain his song awoke in the breasts of all who listened he didn't deserve the whole or comfort they offered in return for music. He'd killed eurydice easy. It was time I'm to spurn the company of men as well as women time to flee all human society orpheus slunk slunk deep into the woods his lyre still playing haunting melodies that made all of nature weep but without the goodwill good will of human hands. There was no respite from his grief. He ate little P. Drank less he wandered heard through the mountains with nothing but his liar and the clothes on his back his beard grew long across his youthful face his golden hair grew shaggy and dull his is lost their luster and seemed always to gaze glassy at something unseen unseen orpheus was broken and alone in a waking dream. That was always about Eurydice. He wondered like like an old man. Despite the fact that he was still in his prime then midwinter hit and the mean ads entered the woods. It's a group of Thracian women inspired by the ritual mania of the god of wine entered the mountains of race for their rituals every other year at midwinter they they came with their hair down thrashing in the icy wind they threw away their sandals and pulled off their fawn skins as they rammed through the twisting forest paths and then they began their dance high pitched music pulse does says they tossed their naked bodies back and forth amongst flickering torches warling and shouting shaking their heads and jumping then they spread out through the woods they're ecstatic cries piercing through the darkness as they ran tumbled twirled and shook shook orpheus heard them coming meaning. Lena must be out this midwinter night. Gods keep me safe from they mischief but who's that figure there lurking need in and it is. I- orpheus the singer of threes. I bid you dance on enjoy your nights of freedom so wild and unabashed bashed. I stay not to watch nor interfere but simply because these words are my home. Now is how delightful flamy songs so I might dance through the woods with the Mad God of pleasure at my side as as you come on to me and I love to sing and tonight is your colts nine. I'm colling. I'm willing to the mountains. Come off Theus dance with me I would that I could you make me think of my eurydice in another form so free and wildly live but I cannot join dancer pleasure. I have sworn the company the of women in the joys of the flesh in the absence of my beloved. I am a killer I suffer for it. We celebrate. Oh Break Diane nicest tonight you foolish boy. Any of US could be killers tonight. Set Your morning aside and throw your body into the wind with US enter our celebration and ecstasy you lost one love wild lose. The opportunity for another orpheus was beguiled by the wild freedom of this dancing made her rhythmic make dance and the careening tilt of her neck enticed him. He felt younger than he had in a long time more present. Perhaps perhaps a dance with the mean ad and her sisters would not be a betrayal of your idiocy and of his grief one night of dance and nothing more to forget the pain and celebrate dyonisis and so- orpheus joined the dance of the mean ad he leaped and twisted twisted and let the dark heavy grief which haunted him without in lashes of arms and legs he played his lyre whereas he danced and loosed his voice like the mine ads in cries that pierce through the mountain slopes and echoed softly and towns hounds faraway sleeping children heard his savage mournful tune lovers tossed beside one another unsure unsure what it was. They heard but they were moved. Even in their dreams brides and grooms held one another close orpheus amongst the mine ads danced on but the mean ads didn't just WanNa dance with orpheus they wanted him to join win their freedom fully they wanted him to give them his body coming up up orpheus resists the men ads lustful demands now back to the story orpheus emerged urged from the underworld shattered and heartbroken knowing he had lost his only chance at recovering his beloved. Eurydice easy at first he sang of his heartbreak amongst the thracians and sought comfort in the arms of men but this was shallow comfort and eventually he relinquished the company of humanity and sang his lament to the mountains and the forests of three alone until the mean ads ads arrived and convinced him to dance by their sides orpheus you dance with us and you feel feel the ecstasy of our dance as is right but our wildness at the rights of Dyonisis does not end with dancing. Come lay with us you mean add so wild and beautiful but I repeat. I have given up the company of women for however beautiful. You are however much you call her to my mind you a not your to see and no other woman can take the place. If you ready in my heart nor in my bed forgive me for impinging on the freedom of your rights. I should go silly orpheus. You should have chosen our love now. You'll get a wrath. Let the chase begin. My maidens made made diagnosis grant our legs speed and our hands strengh orpheus while you can be go in peace it. It's too late for that whole look at you. You're slowing. We catch you you orpheus careened through the would his shattered body no match for the graceful strength strength of these hardy women perhaps he should have simply stopped and let the end come and end that he thought he wanted ever since since he lost eurydice but he found strangely that in the face of death he craved life his mind turned in desperate circles one night with mean ads. Would it be so bad you ritzy gone so long now but as the main ads cried as they descended on him it was too late for that now they wanted blood orpheus cried out in agony as their hands clawed at him tearing him limb from limb in savage bloody glee but his cries went unanswered the women were fuelled and inspired by Diane Isis the god of wine and of ritual will madness and ecstasy orpheus had used up the graces of the gods the pain intensified but as it did orpheus felt his mind clear he sank away from the horror of this death piece flooded his spirit for the first time since that day he found your it. AC- lying on the forest floor his trial finally was over. He closed his eyes and pictured your idiocy forgetting his loss and his weakness remembering. Only we love it was time to cross the river styx one last time it was time to join your at Assi on the other side. The mine ads ripped orpheus his body to shreds then scattered the pieces through the forests and the fields of race but even in death orpheus his sweet voice sang of your Ritzy as his head rolled down on the rocky mountain slopes and crashed into an ice cold winter stream his frozen tongue gasped. You'RE IT AC- poor you're ready with its final ebbing breaths all along the Stream and through the mighty forests and mountains as of threes. The riverbanks echoed with his cry. It's still echoes today. orpheus challenge was simple on the surface look forward. Don't turn back but it proved to be more difficult than it seemed. Distrust distrust and doubt plagued his assent. The theme is clear dwelling on the past prevents us from walking into the future. This message is so powerful that it appeared in multiple mythologies in ancient times. One example is in the Bible's Old Testament. Lot's wife flouting the instructions of God peered over her shoulder to watch the wicked city of Sodom. Earn Sodom was her home however however evil it was perhaps she could not quite bring herself to give up on the past as punishment for failing to follow an order from God she was turned into a pillar of salt but the myth of orpheus and Eurydice e contains an extra ingredient that helps it to stand out against similar tales in addition to being a parable. It's also a classic love story that can be easily adapted to reflect changing social social norms and views on romantic relationships for example all bids version of the story leaves eurydice perspective largely unexplored. He writes only the following dying a second time now. There was no complaint to her husband. What then could she complain of love except that she had been loved. Some twentieth century versions of the tale have taken license with that open ended question in her poem Eurydice e modernist poet Hilda doolittle pen name. HD SUGGESTS THAT YOU'RE IT AC- sees orpheus as arrogant and ruthless and ends the tale with your it AC- claiming powerful ownership over herself and her place in heydays however dark and ugly Elliot might be compared to her previous life with Orpheus in the living world author Margaret Atwood posits in her poem Orpheus Eurydice he he had no interest in returning to the land of the living at all and followed orpheus back toward earth simply because she was forced to buy the pact he'd made with Haiti's and in her Tony Award winning musical Haiti's Town Playwright Nas Mitchell depicts a eurydice who willingly chooses uses to go to the underworld in pursuit of a better life the emotions behind any tragic story of love of and loss or as complex as they are universally understood and because the tale of orpheus and eurydice leaves us room to imagine different front reactions and different perspectives the story remains as fresh and relevant today as it did in Ancient Times the myth may a b thousands of years old and orpheus and Eurydice e Dead Death Thousand Times over but their story lives on thanks again for tuning into mythology. 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The Tutts Experience - Episode 68 (The Return)

OC Talk Radio

44:48 min | 2 years ago

The Tutts Experience - Episode 68 (The Return)

"At Farmers Insurance we have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement mixer that's just asking for trouble seen it covered it click for more underwritten by farmers truck fire insurance exchanges and affiliates not available in every state. Hello I'm back yes. It's a Tutsi experience is back here on the trending topics that work I am your host Keiron Ari toss it as wear. The TUX comes from touchy. Yes a well goodness make always eight. Spain awhile hasn't say it's been an M._A.. Singley long time and <hes> it's sir been an interesting what were the last time I spoke to was on second of eight pro two thousand eighteen so so almost a year ago and Mike Goodness me the year has flown by lying and <hes> yeah don't know I generally I'm struggling to think where Venice sell hot but <hes> yeah I'm back basically on a hope you off very well indeed. This is the most important thing you need to be well so you can listen to the Shire and you'll as the working which is obviously the most important thing otherwise it'd be difficult wouldn't he. Sar Remember you can follow the podcast cost at Tutts experience on twitter and of course you can <hes> like facebook page as well if you wish on. It's just called the tops experience so w._W._W.. Dot facebook dot com slash of the Tut's experience experience. Yeah we can come out starts experience at Hotmail DOT com. Yes it is still there yeah not being very used for much of course and he could blame it <hes> blaming I have because I've been very very quiet but I'm GonNa give you obviously guys and gals the reason why yeah now why do I saw well first things first as many if you may know already fuel Furore D my friends on facebook. I've been suffering with real mental. Health Issues <hes> an unknown so sure if I talked about this on the previous episode episode always at sixty seven so this is episode sixty eight uh yeah yes. I'm more previous job now. We're knows the manager supervisor. Shall I say of the hard interchange <hes> which is this big bus station in Portsmouth in the south coast of the U._k.. Here and in the county of Hampshire <hes> there was sorry much going on so much going on <hes> in the amount of stress levels. <hes> that was affecting me not only was I._B._P.. Being paid less than what I was even as a bus driver let learn be in the very works and Publicity Coordinator Blue Star <hes> but there was no security there was lots of antisocial behavior behavior in and around off the building. There's things going on inside the building which I couldn't control an O._E._M.. FAW from being a security guard I am a big worse. I am softest butter. I hate confrontation. I hate arguing with people <hes> and I hate. I just hate bad an ill-feeling and knowing the I had hardly I had no security during the day there is hundreds if not thousands of people using the bus station every day. I couldn't cope with it. I just could not cope with him and it's not tricking off. <hes> I am matter actually that is affected me I ever since two thousand thirteen when our work when I was working for a bus company cool velvets and there was a small independent bus company and I was driving a bus along the motorway will freeway fewer Americans <hes> I was on the m twenty seven. We call it so basically called this the South Coast Highway <hes>. I don't know if anybody else in Britain was hurt at that both parents I it's only a little bit anywhere between Portsmouth and Southampton but <hes> my wheel came from the double decker yeah and our had to struggle to one of the wheels on the decker came off and <hes> the bus just I went tying onto the four of the of the of the tarmac and I had to struggle to get across into the heart shoulder and I've never felt so scared in Oman wife so basically it all go post traumatic stress disorder and it doesn't have to kick in straight away like that but it develops over a number of years now hat done on I've been suppressing it <hes> dealing with that incident and getting very nervous us about driving on the most way but <hes> this stress and anxiety incident down at the heart interchange. It's a trick or for me so I for the first first few months in two thousand and eighteen eighteen a could not and by through two thousand seventeen. I couldn't drive on the motorway. Asu I was petrified the tree our but my hands on the steering wheel annoyed I would think I'm worry that Mahan will just completely so flight fly off the steering wheel and I'll lose control so that obviously <hes> isn't very healthy when you're out there driving on the most Twang and you've got lots of people Ranji in there and you've got their life in your hands Omer Song haven't you if you do behind the wheel <hes> of a motor I drive down the most race are just ahead to get something done so local counseling and it was wonderful the talk service that the N._H._S. to here in in in England is just fantastic. They helped me so much of that and <hes> everything taste back to normal now now back Blue Star and working in the travel shop and <hes> I'm working very regular our some practically working a nine to five job Monday to Friday <hes> but I do the odd Saturday and do a little bit drive into the weekend some times. We're not have more weekends free but to be honest with you. I am thankfully just taking it easy and the only thing that's what I told by. You need to take easy sire. It's just a bit of a balanced there <hes> which I badly needed in my life and it's come across beautifully now everything's going swimmingly. I'm still not quite Roy Dr <hes> and and it's never gonna be completely one hundred percent Roy until I am ready to do Sir Butts that time will come none of Myron control but eventually I know it will happen Sir. You know there are certain situations. I don't like to be in <hes> certain things are I just don't cut conduit a moment because I'm not ready to do so. One of those sadly at the moment is exercise. I just don't have any gap ngare of the MARLINS. <hes> I very much plateaued in my weight so of stuck around eighteen stern ten at the moment I've for for me quite a broad big guy. I'm 6-foot-3 <hes> sorry rates just he's really on my stomach. My belly where the promos Alexa fine homes felling it's just my belly on our hated couldn't stand and if I managed to get rid of that would be so much more happier Arca deal with all the rest but on my stomach's just awful sorry I do need to address it. My Cell Phone Rope if can't Soda Gym Membership Causeway Spending Spending over both of us about seventy pounds each month for and we're don't using him not using it when I could go out for a job or a run locally here in my village of monthly in Fareham <hes> I could go out and do walking around it rings knowing's wings for me to go straight to Jim and do any exercise their plus. I'm an it's a great atmosphere. I must admit Families Center it. They couldn't be noise so the couldn't be any more helpful. They couldn't be any more more invoicing but it's just me Akon bring myself off to work or even in the weekends to get changed. Go down there and do work how seeing the same name people around me in that tight Lloyd Kerr and staring are it's just it's to me. It's just are Dr his north in May I've never on I honestly guys and Gals I have never been exercise mad. I toll all the way through primary school and in Secondary Henry School just never all the way from from the age of four all the way up to sixteen are just not interested tool taking part in sports. He's just not me. Sir such a troy and and lose weight is is becoming very difficult for pain. Sorry I'm dieting is difficult to because it does make me. Happy there's no denying effect because I love cooking. I love eating drinking drinking tea and coffee <hes> and fizzy drinks and stuff but I don't drink much. I recall fees my worst Bam. Don't have enough t to warm morning about that but yeah the the noise stuff Nama chocoholics are I think it's <hes> it's a pain but I do need to sort town but when times ready I will do it. Yes so Amer. That's a bit of a synopsis of how things are going at the moments. I'm very happy of than the on your vision two thousand nine teen is his <hes> on its way as I'm speaking to on Saturday afternoon clock toy when I was like oh good number quote a puck costs for change so some the second of March two thousand nineteen Saturday afternoon I mean we currently have nine teen entries <hes> for the two thousand Nineteen Eurovision Song contest and all going to give you a little bit of a recap of those but two nights I on Saturday nights. We're GONNA find lined out six songs that will be representing various countries at Eurovision Song contest this year sorry I we got Finland in <hes> U.. M. K. and thence Moldova <hes> <hes> picking up picking their entry tonight and then also Iceland Norway and Portugal and Sweden have got their Melody Festival and second chance round with the Jews and then tomorrow and Sunday Sunday the third March. We're GONNA have find out the winner and the entry of Georgia and Serbia very exciting yes so I stick around here on the Tutsi experience since I'm going to basically keep you entertained for <hes> for as long as I can so sit back relax what else you didn't realize you recognize. The fact that got that head out here that had that's banned from all Walmart mankind gave us no head last Thursday night on smackdown he did what how dare you say that out here. They presented him with that Mannequin head last Thursday night on smackdown. Okay that's right. It is a mannequin yeah now. This is the don't you think I don't want you. It boy when we think we can leave on has yeah uh-huh you too. uh-huh yeah is every camp there the what what of the latest single coming from Nikki French who represented the U._K.. Your Vision Two thousand that was her song on your marks. Get set go away and <hes> Yeah I love that song. Choice makes me smile. I remember ember days. Stocking Waterman classic British pop from the late eighties early nineties could stuff and then that previous our pay just before that from J._R.. In King being at the survivor series in nineteen ninety nine. Can you believe that shocking so that's why four put it in because you weren't expecting it where here so what I'm going to do now is I'm GonNa give you a recap of all current nineteen A. and trees that have been confirmed for the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nineteen in Tel Aviv Israel Albania Australia Croatia Yeah Aw Czech Republic in Denmark <music> Yeah Okay German a let's see if Hungary uh aw it's the last via. In in Lithuania aw it said yeah he said this Spagna Spain and finally the United Kingdom yes that is the entries currently of Saturday afternoon there is the Belgian intrigued can give it in the recap apologies. Yes operate you know so all of these things out rights I am we'll play in full on my your vision showcase. Show coming up this Sunday. Yes on the third hit right here. On the trending topics network of course now you can also listen on pulled on put Bain on the popping up and of course on spotify now yes the Eurovision showcases also now on spotify. Yes the big time. mm-hmm is hair Roy or yes as they church. Oh talk would say now what I'm going to do now is. I'm GonNa pay you in full the U._K.. Entry you guys haven't heard here on the on the experience of course someone GonNa play a few now. Here is Michael Royce representing the United Kingdom in Tel Aviv Israel and this is the song which is hopefully going to bring the Eurovision back to the United Kingdom. Here is bigger than you were. There are saying to our make its may we can have there. We now hello. It's big league do can you yeah you will never be alone is big <music> and Teigen Dan. It's bigger than you. This condu- everything we see ah Mike Reiss. They're bigger than us for the U.. K. Two thousand knowing teen well. I have to mention and give an honorable mention to the amazing Zing Merav with Siren Song I she was unceremoniously told to sign a contract in Ukraine off to she won the Ukrainian national fond of VIP data two thousand eighteen and <hes> and basically how the contracts he had to up council all of her tour dates in particularly in Russia now these autism sts in eastern Europe by they go to different countries and they do go to the their neighboring foreign countries to full gigs to make money remember the or these are these musical artists and eater live as well and the Ukrainian Bro Costs to said they go to cancel Olaf. MARUS IS GONNA cancel so cancel with her ones Russia and just SARS unbelievable really. It's shocking stuff but Maruf Song was <hes>. I don't know I she quite liked tape but it's very dead era devilish. Should I say and it's it's very current so I think he might like him. I'm hoping that you do so. I'M GONNA play it for you now. So this would have been Ukraine's your vision entry for two thousand annoying team here is Maruf with Siren Song. y'All the <music> Dang slow four score two pitchbook this group dentist <music> the Bank Bank in Dade Maroon with Siren Song. Yes it would have been the Ukrainian entry tree <hes> in normal circumstances but this isn't normal don't feel Ukraine Russia in these years of the Eurovision Song contest or day now back in two thousand and Hen Russia Ukraine. Ukraine did something similar where they actually had the winner of the Ukrainian National Fawn all and basically they said that you to public opinion they didn't rely care so they cancelled on Sudan's and then Pearl another song in there and then they changed the song from different artists the chase the artist and then changed the song three times as well. It's ridiculous so I'm GonNa tell you this own. That originally would have been the U._K.. U._K.. <hes> the U. K. The Ukrainian <hes> Song for Eurovision the two thousand ten and do she demos he shoots so <music>. I love you for you so to me but I the new by <hes> <hes> <hes> <music> <music> <music>. Ah <music> was L.. Lhasa Voyage with I love you yeah. I was Ukraine's meant to be there ensuring twenty ten but it got changed is shame. I actually really liked cut song. I know it's very cheesy but then again that's just me isn't it. Oh dear well. That's a dish spate topher. If <hes> of our of how it goes sometimes yeah I'm I am very soppy and I am guilty guilty of that so yes to keep up debuted what's going on in the land of the Eurovision. Song contest had Fatu the Eurovision showcase podcasts of course where I spend a free giving you the latest news. I'm playing some fantastic music for the world of the Eurovision Song Contest I in D._D._R.. Yes well. I'm going to wrap up the tops tux experience that guys and gals and I heard enjoyed this episode and a brief sort of hilarious and finding out you know how things are going with another mostly things going pun tacitly well so far just traveling along. I'm hod the on facebook these days or something to do funny but I try not to go on them and sad 'cause like I could go on. You know like most of us could. I'm sure aw but I can't you nervous. Brexit stuff is just ruining my country and <hes> ruining our economy and <hes> when things could be spent better or N._H._S.. On infrastructure picture on the rial on in schools hospitals are just the at all the scars on why this country. I don't know stupid stupid but anyways you know my my feelings on that so just head over to <hes> the episode after June Twenty Sixteen then you know what I mean so and you should be able to find on this feed if not let me know sent it to you right well. That's it for me R._H._S.'s. I hope you take care of yourselves. I'm going to play us out with a comedy sketch which I know you will love at the end of of the Shire so I hope enjoy yourselves. Alves stay safe wrestlemanias not too far away now. We've got bow a month every wing fast lane coming up soon as well <hes> sorry I want rapid on what about wrestling because to be fair the guys on the trending topics network. He had the wonderful <hes> Tim Antique. I'm and T- Mac in our all ago you guys are the Spanish announce table to a fantastic job. NOPE and abby set does with this Russell Chat on my goodness me not boring is obsessed but heavy set if you are listening Justin Summers be ready be ready. I N Garden too so you're out with your Jedi. Babies are haven't forgotten my friends. I haven't forgotten I promise you don't get them for you right so stay by stamp boy and the rest of you take care spiky hair we you know it and I'll iffy debt G. Ofwat Feta Sane v Slat dopey Sanya addio Kelly Nita missy now. 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23:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Five of banter have an official title. We probably official look, well image was the smell it up. But the official title banter with. As be. Yeah. So. Last week we were in. I set in London and. And. A schedules got really like mixed up because of it on that. But I'm a non kitty everyone that observing the month. So like a time like Mary, different like when he was having a THAAD. We were through the podcast then when he was doing. And then it was just a bit like the scandals won't making out. Yeah. It's the funny schedule now but we're trying to just you. Yeah. Don's made it because. Yeah, it's, it's like what tiger in the day. And then when you have a little bit energy like to date. Because as a five time if it's in another. So now I'm back to America. Fasting right now. Matt has is about to all my God. Yeah. Whereby funds like two hours, what I felt in two hours, twenty one two three this is fun. You stop fussing three three thirty two and a half hours. This is going to be too much by raise the. Manda. Echoing no good. What's it called yet another been quite confide to for me this, I've already got a flu? I think will assign infectious, a sinus infection. We'll go something not it's been tiring. But in London finding it really well that really good it. Yeah. I'm doing it. Love special time to me. So it's definitely fitness. I definitely sleuthing there. Ninety for pick up. I think what's been in a little bit tough because again like it's just been hard. I mean when when I was in London before when I was fussing it was good. 'cause Muniz me. Well, together, we work term huff like favorite what spot, and we would be like every day, and we would just like buying emails and like all the stuff that we do that requires a laptop and not like design what, so, like come anything to do with like website inventory. Would is just emails queries anything anything but basically involved running the company just like random annoying stuff here in that, that we have to do. And then as we walk on, how do you do like you're off stuff. You'll what do you do? Create time. She she lit trees like today. But generally, like she'll sit and she'll be like okay to the after great content she'll sell up office, she'll tirelessly do e. I'm done. Yeah. Creating content. I mean other than like Email and catching up and running the business. It some. Yeah. Yeah. I guess social media, and all of that, you do do you like literally? So an illustrator and like and like mush up images. Would you do? I play around our Keiron, see whatever flies me. But it's. But yeah, it's like it's. Good. Good. How did you make our, our new? Yeah. I know. She does with the process. Do you have that? No energy right now. She is done. Unit. So what we're what was your inspiration? Going off of the logo. And then I wanted to, to create some industry that. No. I mean dot mouth is just represents the. Onset of the tour took aspects, would you think it is what my big mouth of China too much? No, we go. Just the sort of the just like reading minimal industry that sort of runs through like back, kind of destruction runs through our whole like social media page about identity. So just something about Representative of the brand. So what, what kind of what kind of music where you listening to? She was. I was there to face anyway. So, yes, another was good Muniz me when wet together, we work on like the, like this country, not with things that she work etcetera. And then what I'm in New York. I walking I mean, like even though when I'm when I'm in London, I can still walk on the design process like Scott shoot at dry. But when I'm in, you'll actually working on like the like fabric soliciting in some playing and production overseeing production of it's a whole thing to oversee production and I think that's one of the reasons why produce in you because that's close to our area. I can't imagine like people that have to produce abode like in China weather where they get pieces sent back then it's like wrong in, they is just so much that goes into production. I feel like I want coast to area and even then sometimes things go wrong. So, so that's what I do. But so we will. Yeah. So when I was another challenge about one thing, quick, I was at the sustainable fashion conference, an ethnic. She came with me, I know you busy, but I not so much, and I realized that how important it is for us is designers nowadays to like, really like quizzes something that I always believed him but, but even more to kind of retake the steps that we can to make change in ethical fashion environmentally friendly fashion. I know it's hot and it takes so much. But to even to start and begin taking steps, I think is really important, and I'm it made me even happier to know that does producing new and having people that treated while that have paid while that it walking undone like, like civil succomb stunts is to make product is really, really. I think powering knowing, but, you know, like the people that are cutting off, I break all treated while I think that super. Putin. What do you think? What do you think is like the biggest barrier for these sustainable fabrics? Like, why aren't they as popular as it should be? Both for the thing. It's what new into the market, and, but for me a lot of the time, like full for upcoming collection. Trying to walk on one fabric. That is very, very fun and interesting in its new fabric will not super super new, but it's relatively new and it's completely. Sustainable than ethically made that trip. But the problem with it is that it's cost is really high and walking with these fabric sometimes has a lot of high costs that emerging designers will alert of brands they can't like they pay that amount for Fibro. It just doesn't fit with them like, much is this stuff? So I think that's been a barrier for me is trying to walk with. Fabrics that are I can still afford, but. Yes. That's really been my bias. I'm trying to make it what with this particular fabric. I'm trying to make it in a way that it doesn't require a lot of yardage. So I can fit it into what I want. So that's what I'm trying to do because action at a higher cost fabric will equal. You know, a Haya higher price point. Difficult for us to. Yeah. It's hot enough already to try and fell selves into a particular price point because. It's not cheap how we make our product than. So that's another thing, actually everybody, everybody when, you know, you, we tell people that you are, we produce New York it's like wait, what New York is not so expensive. It is. Yeah. When even when you tell people that you're working with this new fabric. Do you find them like excited or do? I haven't I haven't told anybody yet. I mean, I've just told me like you guys like as me, but I haven't I haven't told anyone retired anybody. What I'm doing until it's done. Since Nikon new. Republic think it's gonna. You did. Cussing. End of the week when I first showed it to when I first showed it to the place, producing they will kind of like, oh. I don't know how this is gonna look. I was like, trust me. Just ninety minutes. No, how it sort of like. It's not like it's a wrist. It's it's a risk. It's not. That's why of dollars salt. Let's play with NC might not even make uncut, but would trying to see how what would we love to work with it? I think it's gonna be interesting. I think it's going to I think it's going to have a structure that I really like I don't think it's going to be for everyone. But then a gun everything that we do is everyone. I went producing for Micah a whole mock head the people that barred from us thought like Kaniche that not really like the masses. So I think did you like it? Did you see it as the? Yeah. I mean, I feel the fabric in a as a role that, like I, I, I. You'll I in the sense of I can envision it on. The piece saying much. Nice. I'm I think it's a risk, but I'm gonna taking that risk to see how it's going to come to stem, always until the weekend challenge. See how it looks. But yet this current Nah, I said, that's exciting. But the whole conference was really amazing. I think. If people in doesn't thing that I was really interesting, just off the whole sustainability they will mar fun Huffman was that and she's. Designer if you know who she is. I'm sure you know, she has she said something that was super Putin issues said that something about the fashion industry nowadays. I'm how it used to be. So back in the day, it was a lot more like elites, and it was very more like secretive. And people didn't really know the industry. They just kinda sore as like glamorous thing that set it was really like unattainable. And you couldn't touch it any couldn't be in it. Whereas nowadays fashion is more become visitation. It's more like open inviting. And I think that that's really interesting because I think there's even doing this podcast. I think it's really interesting that west sharing this story whereas light up when my mom is quite speculative, speculative would of, of doing it because she's like, you know, like you're kind of being a little bit to rule like maybe it's to rule for you is like, I don't know. But then I was thinking, I think it's quite interesting because people probably nowadays, I think it's move. It is. How about being relatable rather than? But, but not even just to be relatable. I think can jet in general. I think people like, like nowadays, people want to show that Johnny, and the story and, and be more open for sustainable fashion exists because people are like not having it anymore. They're like, no, this is actually quizzing an impact. And we want to change something had everything been closed doors. Nobody would know what's going on in the industry would know how affecting the neighbor as will the violin, right. Wrong. No. I think you're right. I think that goes with Arafat's open. If you had, like, bustles sips of woods, just because I'm chugging it. Chugging checking anything. Remake podcast history break fast on the couch. Silly. I mean notice if I'm not to anyone go do my, my prayer. I wouldn't like make an make a Adana is like a what Praia. No. But, like, how did you say? What, what is it? Prayer prayer. It's. Like. It's like a player. Air. But, like more like what millions thinking intimate Krantz? What's a cool, what's it called with the jets? So then I go back to new can be working on it. So hard with the kid, I think I find any need to light but him in day cow. Find ninety thing because so it's been not that he rules he doesn't like I don't think he can sit in the problem. I think he just wants to move and he's just like activists. His fidget on my friend Madurai Fenby knows zone Mimi. She she was in the same day. So she message me. I we I told a stop by she came up and Noah was like throwing up choking horrible have going. Like while she's like she went to see like the unglamorous pilot, but the yeah for me. I feel nothing. I feel so helpless when I'm here and you'll there and you have a child, and you like hang around New York, and I'm dislike sorry. So. So. Have a good dislike hoping name, you tell me when to come, and it was part of, like, the, the hardship that we have to go through the also the guilt because sometimes as you will have a lot of work to do like in general, and all because I'm like with the kid and like, like I feel like I can't help us. I think that's the part of. Of transatlantic? Yeah. Business dynanmic whether care, I think we've got kind of I think I think obviously, it's going to be much easier. Once we both have what's both in the same place. We have like one headquarters or something, you want to. Shall lay at what once a compromise Vega was combined governors who knows what we're gonna be in shallow moving soon. No idea what we're going. But can be like the beauty that's actually kind of like a dream. I think it'd BT's amazing. I think what she has done in Hosh is built has self her brand of the funding business. I think is absolutely incredible. I really Cup to hub do that will the either shes. She went to my college meditiating. Yeah. Think she went to you of Dearborn. My fellow you. So why don't you just come for London? That's greater. Forget one. What? Something that'd be a dream funded your the fund and you wanna get to give you. Joke executive. But hey listen to minutes and I wanna make a dot so let's end. Why? Nothing. How was the how was it fussing in nam in, in the US buses? Yeah. Me. Visit Potter in London. I have a lot of families, so it's easier because it's here. No, it's longer. But in some way, it's easier because. The kid is just with me, and Chiasso. Shut between two people showed between like twenty so it's easier. And, and the food is prepared for me, and I don't have to do anything. I just ton up two tenths house in, if thought I'd have to do anything, whereas he I have to like make and prepare. You know, a lot more stuff that having to do here. Let's go out. When does know how we have, we have access to, like, like most kids, good that we anything? Maybe we'll talk about where we live in the next one. That'd be interesting. What this Skype John Scott meetings. I and things are quiet. Up in the moment. Right. Because you cool me, and I'm like middle of shabby has not been sick today. And she was she was hell walks book. But she was busy like doing, I think you'll like walking, but I don't know why I think I would tie. Hey, we need to do this, this, this, and I didn't do, but, you know, when you're trying to concentrate in have meeting of dozen. It didn't work out. We caught concentrate during the day when we're fussing, but also it's time to break laws guys. Wanna go you wanna keep fucking. Oh, no. I'm just listening. The keeper of time. I never went foods about succumb, right? To wake up early and take tie. I, I have an ATI saw, and it's already thought eighty. Yeah. But do you think this was a bit of a copy one? No, like it was too much like we're on a phone call. I think it was good guys. Let us know in the DM's. I think I think I would do in the next I wanna go back until about after vogue Arabia. How we got to be like on the fudge because we want. Unofficial schedule. How are we to be in a fascist the importance of being in a fashion scheduled in how we got to parse showroom set? Try as this one was good. 'cause it's like an introduction of well, we are now now, now the present moment of us of trying to steer. Zone. Sorry, the Texans time, I'm for the times, I added. I currently in the process of next collection, which reduces in September. But what can you have to work on? Now. I saw it finish that in June of Charlotte, but we'll see how it goes. Anyway. That was. Yeah. Roundup of our next dab podcast. As when as an date wise. Mike should be next week will end up. Oh, we're on apple and Google. Unless other ones but the fi apple Google Spotify Google has thing, everything. But then how are we gonna do people? Listen to phone took care of the one in her friend. Heck got or his friend in his cotton. But anyway, so you guys done a. Yeah. I think so. I feel like it was not great medicine at the end. If you have any questions, I'm so sorry, we haven't had time to onset, I think I wanna do social media when it's Putin, but I wanna go eat. I missed it. I miss my time to make. I also have to the solid dressing have a good meal. Guys. Love your system. Assists being on the at this to there. I miss you as me. Sure. Bush. Like I am so happy to not be flying. Like I've been what it's been made missed a month that I haven't been on a plane on us. I'm so. You basically made it like like what? But then also a lot of pleasure. Like most of it a lot of trips for like for fun. But also like you chose to travel. You know, I just travel once complain insists. Yeah. Now decking, but no seriously as buddy in London. I'm glad that you find on at home. I'm really happy to be home. Good. So how great new guy. Ago finish the solid Bank. You thanks everyone. Thinks anything that really tab, Jovan jet. With any questions from the DM's that you may have various that you may have like rolling in ready made it twenty seven minutes and this ditch, oh, okay. Levy says night night.

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The Tutts Experience - Episode 68 (The Return)

OC Talk Radio

45:03 min | 2 years ago

The Tutts Experience - Episode 68 (The Return)

"Introducing the new buttermilk crispy chicken biscuit McDonald's. We don't need that music made with tender chicken. Let's lose the echo on a warm buttermilk biscuit perfect juicy simplicity of our buttermilk. Komo crispy chicken biscuits speaks for itself. Get it now for just three bucks and get a two dollars sausage mcmuffin with egg or a one dollars small hot coffee all from the one two three dollar menu simply your breakfast at McDonald's prices and participation vary cannot be combined with any other offer or Combo meal. Hello I'm back yes. It's a Tutsi experience is back here on the trending topics network. I am your host Keiron Ari. I took it as wear. The TUX comes from touchy. Yes a well goodness make always eight. Spain awhile hasn't say it's been an M._A.. Singley long time and <hes> it's <hes> been an interesting war with the last time I spoke to was on the second of April two thousand eighteen so so almost a year ago and my goodness me the year has flown by allying and <hes> yeah don't know I- Jenner I'm struggling to think where Venice sell hot but <hes> yeah I'm back basically on a hope you off very well indeed. This is the most important thing you need to be well so you can listen to the Shire and you'll as a working which is obviously the most important thing otherwise. It'd be difficult wouldn't he. Sar Remember you can follow the podcast asked at Tutts experience on twitter and of course you can <hes> like facebook page as well if you wish on. It's just called the tops experience so w._W._W.. Dot facebook dot com slash the Tut's experience variance yeah we can come out in las starts experience at Hotmail Dot Com. Yes it is still there yeah not being very used very much of course and who could blame it. <hes> I blame you I have because I've been very very very quiet but I'm gonNA give you obviously guys and gals the reason why yeah now why did you why stop well first. Things first as many of you may know already fuel Furore D my friends on facebook. I've been suffering with mental health issues <hes> an unknown so sure if I talked about this on the previous episode of episode always at sixty seven so this is episode sixty eight uh yeah yes. I'm more previous job now. When I was the manager supervisor shallow say of the hard interchange <hes> which is this big bus station in Portsmouth in the south coast of the U._k.? Here and in the county of Hampshire <hes> there was so much going on so much going on <hes> in the amount of stress levels <hes> that was affecting me not only was I B B being paid less than Moore was even as a bus driver. Let learn be in the works and Publicity Coordinator Blue Star <hes> but there was no security there was lots of antisocial behavior savior in and round off the building. There's things going on inside the building which I couldn't control an O._E._M.. FAW from being a security guard I am a big worse. I am soft as butter. I hate confrontation. I hate arguing with people <hes> and I hate. I just hate bad an ill feeling and knowing the I had hardly I had no security. During the day there is hundreds if not thousands of people using the bus station every day I couldn't cope with it. I just could not cope with him and it's not tricking off <hes> a matter actually that has affected me <hes> ever since two thousand thousand thirteen when our work when I was working for a bus company velvets and there was a small independent bus company and I was driving a bus on the motorway will free way fewer Americans <hes> I was on the m twenty seven we call it so it's basically called this the South Coast Highway <hes>. I don't know if anybody else in Britain was hurt at that boat Para Needs I. It's only a loop anywhere between Portsmouth and Southampton but <hes> my wheel came from the double decker yeah and our had to struggle to one of the wheels on the decker came off and <hes> the bus just when Pang onto the floor of the of the of the Taw Mac and I had to struggle to get across into the hard shoulder and I've never felt so scared in Oman wife so basically it all got post traumatic stress disorder and it doesn't have to kick in straight away like that but it developed over a number of years now hat done on I've been suppressing it <hes> dealing with that incident and getting very nervous. It's about driving on the most way but <hes> this stress and anxiety incident down at the hard interchange. It's a trick or for me so I for the first first few months in two thousand and eighteen eighteen a could not and by through two thousand seventeen. I couldn't drive on the motorway. Asu I was petrified the tree or put my hands on the steering wheel annoyed. I would think I'm worry that my hands will just completely so flight fly off the steering wheel and I'll lose control so that obviously <hes> isn't very healthy when you're out there driving on the most Roy and you've got lots of people around you in there and you've got their life in your hands owners song haven't you if you get behind the wheel of a motor I drive down. The most race are just ahead to get something done so counseling and it was wonderful the talk service that the N._H._S. to here in in in England is just fantastic. They helped me so much of that and <hes> everything. Take back to normal now now back Blue Star and working in the travel shop and I'm working very regular hours <hes> practically working a nine to five job Monday to Friday <hes> but I do the odd Saturday and do a little bit drive into the weekend some times. We're not have more weekends free but to be honest with you. I am thankfully just taking it easy and the only thing that's what I told by. You need to take easy sire. It's just a bit of a balance there <hes> which I badly needed in my life and it's come across beautifully now everything's going swimmingly. I'm still not quite Roy. Dr <hes> and it's Never GonNa be completely one hundred percent Roy until I am ready to do Sir Butts that time will come none of Myron control but eventually I know it will happen Sir. You know there are certain situations. I don't like to be in <hes> certain things are I just don't cut conduit the moment because I'm not ready to do so. One of those sadly at the moment is <hes> exercise. I just don't have any gap in Gar of the MARLINS. <hes> I very much plateaued in my weight so of stuck around eighteen stone ten at the moment I've for for me quite a broad big guy. I'm six foot three <hes> sorry it's just he's really on my stomach. My belly where the property is Alexa fine moms felling it's just my belly on our hated couldn't stand and if I've managed to get rid of that would be so much more happier I could deal with all the rest but but on my stomach's just oh four sorry I do need to address it my cell phone rope if can't Soda Gym Membership Causeway Spending Spending over both of us about seventy pounds each month for and we're not using him not using it when I could go out for a jog or a run locally here in my village of monthly in Fareham <hes> I could go out and do Wilkin run it means knowing's things were made to go straight to Jim and do any exercise there plus. I'm an it's a great atmosphere. I must admit families center. It's there couldn't be nicer. The couldn't be any more helpful that couldn't be any more invoicing but it's just me I can't bring myself off to work or even in the weekends to get changed and go down there and do work how seeing the same same people around me in that tight Lloyd Kerr and staring or it's just it's to me. It's just our Dr His novum. May I've never on I honestly guys and Gals I have never been exercise mad. I toll all the way through primary school and in secondary very school just never all the way from from the age of four all the way up to sixteen are just not interested tool taking part in sports. He's just not me. Sir such a troy and and lose weight is is becoming very difficult for me so I'm dieting is difficult to because it does make me happy. There's no denying that 'cause I love cooking. I love eating drinking drinking tea and coffee and fizzy drinks and stuff but I don't drink munch. I recall fees my worst bill. Don't have enough to eat warm morning about that but yeah the the noise stuff Nama chocoholics are I think it's <hes> it's a bit of a pain but I do need to sort sal but when times ready I will do it. Yes so Amer. That's a bit of a synopsis of how things are going at the moments. I'm very happy other than the <hes> Eurovision two thousand nine teen is is <hes> on its way as I'm speaking to on Saturday afternoon at Clark time when I was like ooh good number quote a puck costs for checked so some the second of March two thousand nineteen Saturday afternoon we currently have nine teen entries <hes> for the two thousand Nineteen Eurovision song contests and all going to give you a little bit of a recap of those but two nights I on Saturday nights. We're GONNA find lined out six songs that will be representing various countries at the Eurovision Song contest this year sorry I thought we got Finland in <hes> U.. M. K. and thence Moldova <hes> <hes> picking up picking their entry tonight and then also Iceland Norway and Portugal and Sweden have got their Melody Festival and second chance round with the Jews and then tomorrow on Sunday Sunday the third of March. We're GONNA have find out the winner and the entry of Georgia and Serbia very exciting yes so I stick around here on the Tutsi experience since I'm going to basically keep you entertained for <hes> for as long as I can so sit back relax what else she didn't realize that you didn't recognize the fact that got that head out here. That's banned from all Walmart. Mankind gave Al Snow head last Thursday night smackdown he did what how dare you say that out here. They presented him with that Mannequin head last Thursday night on smackdown. Okay that's right. It is a Manica uh-huh now. This is the don't you can. I don't want you <music>. Boy when we think we can leave on yeah yeah the you too the it's every they're the one of the latest singles coming from Nicki French who represented the U._K.. Your Vision Two thousand that was her song on your marks. Get set go away and <hes> yeah. I love that song. It always makes me smile. I remember number. The old days of Stock Aitken Waterman Classic British pop from the late eighties early nineties could stuff and then that previous our pay just before that from J._r.. In King at the survivor series in nineteen ninety nine. Can you believe that shocking so that's why four put it in because you weren't expecting it where here so what I'm GonNa do now is. I'm going to give you a recap of all current nineteen A. and trees that have been confirmed for the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nineteen in Tel Aviv Israel Albania Australia Croatia uh-huh Roy Czech Republic the then mark <music> Yeah Okay German A in Hungary eh aw it's. Respond in in Lithuania aw Sir Yeah said Liz spagna Spain finally the Auto Kingdom. Yes that is the entries currently of Saturday afternoon. There is the Belgian Entry Belkin. Give it in the recap apologies. Yes operate you know are so all of these things out rights I am we'll play in full on my eurovision showcase. Show coming up this Sunday. Yes on the third hit right here on the trending topics network of course now you can also listen on pulled on put Bain on the popping up and of course on spotify now yes the Eurovision showcases also now on spotify. Yes the big time is hair Roy or yes as they church. Oh talk would say now what I'm going to do now is. I'm GonNa pay you in full the U._K.. Entry you guys haven't heard here on the on the experience of course someone GonNa play a few now. Here is Michael Royce representing the United Kingdom and Tel Aviv Israel and this is the song which is hopefully going to bring the Eurovision back to the United Kingdom. Here is bigger than Eddie that are saying to make early. May We can have that we now lose. It's bigger than they do. Can you stand they. You will never be alone is bigger than <music> goodness. Thank you ah it's bigger than you. This condu- everything we see ah Mike Reiss. They're bigger than us for the U._K.. Two thousand knowing teen well I have to mention and given honorable mention to the amazing thing Merav with Siren Song I she was unceremoniously told to sign a contract in Ukraine off to she won the Ukrainian national fond of Vista two thousand eighteen and <hes> and basically all the contracts he had to up council all of her tour dates in particularly in Russia now these artists in eastern Europe by they go to different countries and they do go to the their neighboring in countries to figs to make money remember the or these are these musical artists need to live as well and the Ukrainian Bro Costs to said they go to cancel. All of Marus is GONNA cancel. So cancel other ones Russia and just sorrows unbelievable really it shocking stuff but Maruf Song was <hes>. I don't know I she quite liked tape but it's very dead Dera devilish. Should I say and it's it's very current so I think he might like him. I'm hoping that you do so. I'M GONNA play it for you know so this would have been Ukraine's Eurovision entry for two thousand thousand annoying team. Here is Maruf with Siren Song. y'All awesome <music> Dang Sleep score counting yeah the dentist Yeah Yeah <music>. The Bank Bank in Dade is Maroon with Siren Song. Yes it would have been the Ukrainian entry tree <hes> in normal circumstances but this isn't normal don't feel Ukraine and Russia in these years of the Eurovision Song contest or day now back in two thousand ten Russia Ukraine Ukraine did something similar where they actually had the winner of the Ukrainian National Fawn all and basically they said that you to public opinion they didn't rely care so they cancelled on Sudan's and then Pearl another song in there and then they changed the song from a different artist the chase the artists and then change the song three times as well. It's ridiculous so I'm GonNa pay you the song that originally would have been the U._k.. U._K. The U._k.. The Ukrainian Song for Eurovision two thousand and ten and do she demos he shoots so ooh. I Love Zoo you so to me the new by <music> <music> the move <music> AH AW was L.. Lhasa Voyage with I love you yeah. I was Ukraine's men's be there and sure in two thousand ten. <hes> but it got changed is shame I actually really liked cut song <hes>. I know it's very cheesy but then again that's just may isn't it. Oh dear well. That's a dish spate topher of a of of how it goes sometimes yeah I am. I am very sloppy and I'm guilty guilty of that so yes to keep dubuque what's going on in the land of the Eurovision. Song contest had OFA to the Eurovision showcase podcasts of course where I spend a free giving you the latest news. I'm playing some fantastic music for the world of the Eurovision Song Contest I in D._D._R.. Yes well. I'm going to wrap up the tops chuck's experience that guys and Gals and I hope you've enjoyed this episode and a brief sort of hilarious. I'm I'm finding out you know how things are going with another loosely things going pun tacitly well so far just trundling along. I'm hot on facebook these days or something to do funny China to go on them and sad 'cause like I you know I could go on. You know like most of us. Could I'm sure aw but I can't you know vis brexit stuff is just ruining my country and <hes> ruining <hes> our economy and <hes> when things could be spent better or N._H._S.. On infrastructure picture on the rial on in schools hospitals are just the at all the scars on why his country are stupid stupid but anyways you know my right feelings on that so just head over to <hes> the episode after June Twenty Sixteen then you know what I mean so and you should be able to find on this feed if not let me know sent it to you right well. That's it for me R._H._S.'s. I hope you take care of yourselves. I'm going to play out with a comedy sketch. Which I know your love at the end of of the Shire so enjoy yourselves alves stay safe wrestlemanias not too far away now? We've got bow a month. Every wing looked fast lane coming up soon as well <hes> sorry I want rapid on what about wrestling because to be fair the guys on the trending topics network he had the wonderful <hes> Tim Antique. I'm and T- Mak in our all ago you guys are the Spanish announce table to a fantastic job nope and <hes> Abbey set does with his Russell Chat on my goodness me not boring is obsessed but heavy set. If you are listening Justin Summers be ready be ready. I am going to so you're you're out with your Jedi babies. I haven't forgotten my friends. I haven't forgotten I promise you you're not going to get them for you right so state by stamp boy and <hes> the rest of you take care spike your hair we will you know it and I love you dad. She ofwat Feta Say v Slat dopey Sanya addio Kelly Nita Masisi now. I'll go fantastic fantastic clip for you from the B._B._C.'s radio four shire dead ringers. He GonNa love this one. I think Americans will be quite surprised <hes> but <hes> it's it's basically Mickey taking pressure. Enjoy hello and welcome to this week. I'm Andrew Neil. You've had a lot bucket head. I'm Byron spat face. Joining me on the Sofa is the inventive cheese. A man makes life size sculptures of Bryan. Adams twits die so you're incredulous. Infections do not work on me. I'm currently a billions see before oh you majestic my trophy which I've post between us. The most disastrous car-crash Political Interview Twenty Seventy yes Andrew Yes. I have finally wrested the crown from nasally Bennett's good good to know that when it comes to cringing interviews that make you stick your fingers in your ears we still lead the toy Wa not so Fox Dayak Johnson my deadly rival deep. I have justice wait what little credibility I have disastrous display fumbling rustling papers coming in Bah clearly that trophy belongs to you will take this. I clearly have no idea about my party's policy on the place while I had no the idea by parties police points I lost my dignity might models at my lunch and the reception area real book shamed the two of my leader. Jemmy me the name of your. I had no idea who my name dumble Dole. I'm so foolish I will see your amaze. You will see all and raise you vice will lights bars choice. I cannot compete with that claptrap. You have an quish me Hurrah victories my as he's custom I will place my bottom on the this week. So far where I will be asked by sage advice by every meal okay coming up in the next hour. I'll be joined by a race of cockroaches all with Michael Goals Face Giggling holographic head of Cranston Lance and Boris Johnson right now you can get both sprints unlimited plan and the all new Samsung Galaxy S. ten included for just thirty five dollars per month per line for five lines. 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E15 - Decide to grow your network edge for bigger opportunities this year

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

15:17 min | 3 months ago

E15 - Decide to grow your network edge for bigger opportunities this year

"Hi this Zoe wrath and it's time. It's time for you to get over your fear of networking and get on with it because networking is your key to business success. And promised, we're going to make it fun. Welcome to the Zoe Ralph leadership podcast, you'll source of strategies and insights to make you a better leader influence improved inspire. Welcome back and. I have some sad news. You know one of the worst things about going overseas for so long is that we have to leave our beloved chickens Keiron neighbors. Well actually it's a pretty good thing because their neighbors are awesome and they look after our chickens super. Well, in fact, we got video cams while we're on holiday of the chickens getting fed peaches and ricotta. Yeah not sure that so good for chickens but they looked anyway they looked happy and fat and healthy. So. Whenever you look after someone's pets, the worst thing is if a pet dies while the owners away, right Well that happened. Before we left dragon the little took I mentioned on previous episodes who had gone through sour crop and nursed back to health and was looking good. Well. She didn't make it. She I think she just got too sick and she kept it while we're away and our poor neighbours had to deal with it. Luckily, we briefed them up beforehand. It didn't come as a total surprise but still. To Bury Our poor joke and I love dragon she was like, Uber, took she was a really fun little thing. So. In appreciation of everyone who's lost a pet. That's what we're going through. Anyway it's. It's good that we have pets they make us more lovable and loving I think. So a couple of announcements, edge of Leadership Conference continues to be filling I'm so excited about this event we've got so many great speakers it's going to be wonderful opportunity to really connect to make genuine. Network connections for you in business. An outside of your usual. Arena and I think that's really important thing. Talk a lot about that today about how to get your network edge on and you can start by coming to the conference. Just go to my site, Zoe wrath dot com, click on events and you get all the details there. I'd love to meet you there in person it's happening twentieth of March two, thousand seventeen. The other piece of news I have for you is Mike Second Book moments leadership when it matters most is now available as an e book and you can get it at Cobo ibooks and kindle. So he can just google it on any of those sites or if that's too hard, you can get the links at my website. So I rapped dot com click on books find book moments, and there's all the links to the UK's I'd love to hear what you think of the book. I love writing it. I think it's powerful piece of literature about how to really stand up and be seen and heard. which is one of the things that you need. If you're going to get on and develop your business edge is he needs to be seen and heard and valued. And this is the thing I find with a lot of my business executives is that The more senior, you are the more exposed you're. What do I mean by that? Is that because the more senior often you're more expensive and that's often when the places that big corporations look to save money is they look to the big salaries and go snip snip let's put a young gun in there instead of keeping the old dog around and that's what happened to my dad after twenty three years of service the HR. Cutting people came along and went. We can get along without him with his twenty three years worth of experience and they let him go with notice. It my heart breaks about it, but that's the them's the breaks and that's the reality of a lot of the large corporations. Is that the more senior? You are sometimes the less valuable you can be. If. You Happen to be working heartless organization like my dad did. So. This is you and you're very experienced. You are perhaps more vulnerable and the thing that you need to develop around. This is a solid network because those were the good network are a bit more immune to this kind of threat than those who are not isolated within their own business world. So. Developing a really good network, a robust one and extensive one diverse one is really really important and you may have heard this dash your network is your net worth and it is so true. It's so true. So who you know helps you get more of what you want and it also helps you to be a more giving person as well. So I have a question for you. How do you show up in your network? Are you a taker, a giver or a Matcher? Those are Adam grants categories if you like and his wonderful book. Give and take which I mentioned last episode I. Think it's fantastic book and he categorizes difference. Different people in terms of how they show up in their networks. A giver is someone who gives the give freely of advice or resources or introductions, and so on and they do it. What looks like selflessly. I take someone who happily take some others. They'll take opportunities, they'll take favors, etc, but they don't necessarily reciprocate. Match or someone who? Does it in equal batches so they'll give and they'll take and kind of fairness is the overriding principle for matcher. And I'd like to add one more category or a distinction if you'd like to Adam grants. categorisations in networking I. believe that you need to be a connect tour. And what I mean by that is not just somebody who gives but somebody who can introduce people to other people, and this is really critical in terms of developing a robust network and when you get known as the connector person, you are incredibly valuable. because. You're the go-to person for everyone. So i. think that's something to keep in mind explore this a little bit more. Here's a question for you to when you go to networking events. Do you just go in read waiting for the Lazy Networker 's? Push all over you handle their business card and then zoom off. Chuck gets done that I. think that's networking right get as many business cards into other people's hands. I've been on the receiving end of that. It's just gross and I think that's one of the reasons why people don't like networking events. Or when you go to network event, do you figure out who would be a good contact for you and then workout had reproached them and feign interest? That's a sign, a taker. By the way. It's not a good good thing where you go out and you're like a shark, you're just going out hunting. That's another reason why people get the he around networking. So, what's doing that? I like the idea of going with the growing with good intention. So whenever I go to networking function I go with the intention of making three genuine connections. what does that mean? It means that I am to have three good conversations and with each conversation my objective is to find something that lights the other person up. So I. Keep talking to them until I see their faces light up. So I'm asking them questions about themselves with their interested what passionate about why they got into their working cetera. When I see that the conversations. Amazing. It's fun for me and it's fun for them and it feels really good. So it takes the whole networking angst. Blows it away. So that's I go without intention the intention I go with is that with each of those conversations I aim to give something of value. So I aim to be a giver in this context. So I can I, think in my car seasons with each person is connection someone in my network can introduce them to. Service provider recommend is there a book I've read recently that I can recommend would help them is there an event I know that they might like the enjoy meeting others or is there an article? I can send them. That might be useful. So I, go with the intention of being a giver. So Adam grants words a giver, and then the subcategory to that is being connector. I love being able to do that I. Love being able to introduce people to each other and therefore our entire network is enriched. It's not just my network there to other people's networks are enriched and when we increase the strength and diversity of our networks network. The whole system benefits. So that's what I do go to networking function and makes life so much better he connection is currency. And you don't have to be extra to do this by the way because I know introverts shutter even more than extroverts about the networking thing and they struggle with small talk and Richard not necessarily interested in small talk they prefer the big idea. So introverts here's your cue. Go with the intention of talking big talk go with lead with instead of. How was your weekend lead with? What do you think about the? Recent elections in Britain, and the US, say, for example, top big stuff lead with that. That's interesting. Stuff. Get People's opinion on that. You don't have to dominion things go with the same intentions finding what lights the other person. If you can connect them someone off the Marie source, etc.. So when you decide to be a giver. You get to soak up the feel good hormone oxytocin. So when you are generous to other people, you get the surge of oxytocin and feels really good. Even get it when you witness generosity and other people. So go out of your way to acknowledge other people being generous too because you get that little boost of oxytocin. The other thing I think it's important to point out from Adam grants book is that. Being a giver does not mean being a martyr. And he found that the most successful people in business are givers. And the most. The ones who succeed Lee also givers and the caveat or the distinction between the two. So being a giver can be a road to success or road to not success. He said the ones that are successful are the ones who give extensively and also have ambition for themselves. So it's not ambitious for other people exclusively, it's ambitious for yourself as well and to do that, you need to be able to ask for help. Because when you ask for help, it demonstrates that you're willing to receive as well, and that's makes you extremely attractive to other people because you know what people love to give help. Don't you to ask for help and be able to give it forgive give another person the opportunity to do that. So when I go to a networking function I set my intention three conversations, find some that them up what can I do to assist them to connect them with other people, resources, etc.. And also what I might be able to ask somebody else for help whether it's a restaurant recommendation, a book recommendation or an introduction or information about a new market or Ventura. I'm interested in. So have that new back pocket as well because people love to be helpful. Now not everybody may be able to help you but if you go and ask. What will happen? Here's the thing you need to do about. So apart from setting intentions about building your networking edge, you need to be deliberate about expanding your network outside of your usual industry events. So don't just go to the events in your sector boring it's probably useful and you need to cross pollinate, and that's what's most important. You are stronger connector when your network is diverse. The other thing too is an expanded network, stretches your thinking and perspective, and it's an absolute must in shaping expanding your leadership capacity diversity stretches perspective, which gives you versatility and responsiveness you need this. So how do you expand your network? Well. There's six different ways I've worked out that you can expand your network. One is socially go to meet up DOT COM and put in your hobby and find A. Number of different meet ups that you can join. In your region or city and go meet some strangers. Who all have a common interest. Blocked a couple of meet ups and I'm really looking forward to going to the podcast meet up that's in Canberra very excited to meet everybody there. As an example I also hosts a local meet up called leadership over lunch, which I run once month and camera, which is whole premise is diversity of leaders across the camera sector, and we come together based on different leadership shoes. So socially is is one sphere where you can expand your network number two sport. It's amazing. The connections that come when you have a sporting interest whether it's tennis Gulf War football whatever it is. If you join a club, you'll meet people expanded network. Number three is faith based a lot of people who go to Church or synagogue have really extensive connections based on their religious practice. So if you have a religious practice, get out there meet some people. Number for hobbies take a community college class and there's so many amazing things that you can do through like an evening class that can introduce you to whole bunch of diverse people united around this this particular cost you taking that's a fun. One I think. Number five neighbors. Neighbors are great source of networks being friends with my neighbors has led to a very lucrative and extensive piece of work. So just being friendly to my neighbor with the intention of Hey Gimme some business. By virtue of him, getting to know me, he referred me to one of his staff members which led to hold onto work in that whole department. So neighbors can be one full source of extending your network number six is attend other industries or cross-sector events. This is a specialty of what I do in my work and I have three ways that you can join me in extending your cross-sector network. One as I mentioned was leadership over lunch. I may go to meet up and punching leadership over lunch. You'll find it there in camera number two is edgy leadership on conference. It's a truly diverse conference focused on the business and social. Community sector wonderful thing and the other one is my leader's edge mastermind. The versity that group is going to be it's richest value and you can find information about that on my website. So wrath dot com and click on mastermind were click on events for the conference and leadership over lunch to to meet up dot com and Google leadership over lunch in there. All right. So worried to do is if you want links to any of the things I mentioned including the Adam Grant Book. Ralph Dot com slash podcast slash network leave a comment there if you want to give any recommendations for groups that you belong to that you host I'd love for you to post them all there so that we can. Meet you and meet. Some of the people in your networks as well. All right in meantime live well lead well.

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French Trump Weekly Press Conference November 13, 2020

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

08:47 min | 2 months ago

French Trump Weekly Press Conference November 13, 2020

"And now we take. You live to french. Trump's weekly press conference it is french president trump. I'm here today for the french. President trump weekly press conference roles. I want to thank you all for gathering in front of historic. What get yard irrigation solutions. Bill dang i shall now take questions from zip press mr president birth. Thank you mr president. Tony romo with. Abc news mr president. Some people on fox news and some leaders in the republican party has said that you need to be given time and space to accept your loss. Why are you different than any other officeholder. Who gets voted out. I am really fell. Run tony romo. I come from a long line of unprosecuted. Criminelles chits and billy's have always been able to buy people off or sweating zen to get what we want. This shit is very jarring. I am niche. Only losing. I'm losing a way of life next question next question president. Thank you so much. mr president. Jimmy tangled beacon hill. Press mr president before the election. You said winning is easy. Losing is hard at least for me. It is mr president. Are you under the impression that there are people who liked to lose. I beat the shit out of melania in britain up and she did not command so long as she gets to decorate for christmas. She is up next question. Next question over yes. Yes yes yes. Karen van carlson. Oh a. n. what did you think when you came back from your golf game on saturday and saw the streets filled with joy of cheering crowds. You must've had a hell of a golf game. Sir sake you care on. It was quite good next question. Next question suburban. Thank you mr president. Tom snell from cnn sir. You have refused to concede the election. That joe biden has won by significant margins yet. You are still doing nothing to address the most pressing problem in the nation and the world the coronavirus. You don't eat with the task force and you yet to create a national strategy. Why do i have done. A crab. cubans are loose. You want to be present. Don't you think he will do a better job. His his wife is it took their. What has she done to cure it. Values has anyone noticed that. Dr jill but. Dan has done nothing but massage attention. Engine buzz sir. Dr jill biden is not a medical doctor. She has a doctorate in education. Everyone with dr in front of their name is not a medical doctor. And while we're at sir. Every medical doctor is not an epidemiologist. Dr have specialties. You've chosen a guy who reads xrays to head your covid nineteen task force. Why would we need an epidemiologist for avow. Reuss epidemiologists is for the skin. Epidermis you idiot See your epidermis right now. Your epidermis is showing ha. I'm sorry sir but a dermatologist. For skin and epidemiologist studies diseases within populations shit next question necks quest. John mr. yes. Thank you mr president. Mieko taylor with essence magazine. In a recent speech you referred suppose they you said were called suppression polls. You said they may even be illegal suppression polls. What does the suppression pollster. It is at balls. It is correct. Polling is not an exact science sir. Of course it is it. If it was a sales. I would not allow the information to be released in fat. Legally voters do not have to answer poster questions nor answer them honestly. Many of your voters are so ashamed of supporting you that they lied to the pollsters. That shows what you know you. Nba out there. Not shamed just like to la like me next question next question. Excessive thank you. Thank you so much. Mr president. jimmy tingle beacon hill. Press mr president. Why don't you just admit you've lost sir. Your child's behavior is damaging your legacy. Oh behavior is childish. And i will leave until i've pooped in every drawer in zero resolute desk and created a lasting foul smelling z. Lincoln bedroom and colored myself onto every president. Donncha portrayed ngo what else takes you head next question next question decides thank you mr president tony rumble with abc news. Mr president. Are you at all concerned that by delaying president-elect the transition process that you will be risking our nation's security ten should that care about security. This niche sean. Do you not understand that. If i'm not president i will not be able to strings for an ethical international. A business longer. Do you know what that means. I'll tell you what's edmund. Every day i will have to listen to. What did you lose the election now. I cannot much these patrols up a must have an unfair business. Evan taj or i will not be able to afford more fish. Beckel people will see the actual skin of my gosh papa. John next thursday yes. Yes caravan girls and again and sir you have fired. Several senior people from the defense department and there are those who save. Replace them with trump loyalists. Are there more slots to fill sir. Zehr may be keiron and our like to discuss it what you were there. Could you meet me in my room tonight. I could sir thank you karen and bring it rolled up magazine. We'll see how strong your department of defense can be if asked. I will serve sir next question next question on mr president thank president. Thank you mr president. Tom snell from cnn again. Sir have you thought about where you'll have your your presidential. What are you say. Mr president if i may. I think what my colleague is trying to ask is where you'll have your where you love your presidential your your president. Your president president president's house their papers in president joe. This has been a live broadcast of french. Trump's with the press conference podcast network.

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French Trump Weekly Press Conference December 18, 2020

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

09:47 min | Last month

French Trump Weekly Press Conference December 18, 2020

"And now we take. You live to french. Trump's weekly press conference. It is french president on and i'm here today for a weekly french. President trump press conference roles at shall take questions from zip breath. The short garrett's thank you. Thank you thank you sir. Jimmy tingle with the boston accent. Mr president mitch. Mcconnell has acknowledged joe loss in the twenty twenty presidential race. Might be doing that soon. Sir i did not seek sir. I can't mitch mcconnell's wi-fi elaine chelsea pave queen c. sweetest dealing g. He's story of political favors. however in manu administration. She is out as he secretary of transportation. Mr president sir. Respectfully you have to administration you lost the election. Well erase our dick run. Paul my new secretary of transportation is not six next west. John next question. Yes thank you. Mr president tony romo with abc news. Mr president you have continued with this delusional accusations of widespread fraud in the election and delusion now mfl princess we say cream puff on my head and you can talk to me like zet if you are not beyond say i would not even talk to you right now if you liked it then you should put the crown on it. Do you have a question bed bay. Yes your intelligence community has said that this was the most secure election we've ever had and you continue to claim that it was hacked yet homeland. Security treasury and commerce were among the victims of a huge suspected. Russian hack drew an update and solar wind software. And you said nothing about it. Why i had been so busy trying to figure out what not to wear it. You pedantic aggression. I sick i have decided on anything besides took and over again. Zits allow wind is good. Remember my funded joke. Where i would said Lang television is there any wind. would My followers love me so much. Do in nut -tuni- into sir. Do you want to bat of cream. Puff donate thank you sir. Knicks question nights west john. Just thank you mr president. Tom snell from cnn. Sir you've had a difficult relationship with your neighbors beside mar-a-lago in palm beach for example they objected to a docu. Were building and you claimed. The secret service required it which turned out to be false. Wait wait it could have been true. How do any of my fucking palm beach neighbors new z. Secret service is secret z. Whisper it to secret you third. We have a could. It is a secret kurd xerez. One piggy thin guarantee. eric becca. There's a bullet coming and our jump in front of it for you. Mr president and signals zim pass on gaz loud lit which means get ins e hermetically sealed clay with wa in a deadly reuss and drive me a surly unnecessary joente. Well did the secret service. Require you to build a doc net next gen. Next week's me sir. Thank you thank you sir. Jimmy tingle with the boston accent. Mr president after diaper don trended on twitter. You begin pushing for the repeal of section two thirty of the communications decency act which gives legal immunity for liability of internet services and uses for content posted on the internet. You insist that this is an issue of national defense. But isn't the cat already out of the bag about people calling you diaper don sir. How does that put our nation at risk. Besides sir there was a video of you leading. One rip while sitting next to senator feinstein this your phone bill back bob. We have more here. Oh shit forced him out. next question. Arrested for women rights Yet karen von carlson oei and and mr president a teenager in thailand has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison for making fun of the king. Think there's time to get such. A law passed year before you moved the new jersey king headquarters to mar-a-lago afternoon knew for sure karen but set is an excellent suggest. John thank you. 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Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (2nd June 2019)

OC Talk Radio

1:02:10 hr | 1 year ago

Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (2nd June 2019)

"They call you. The grill master seared the thickest porterhouse in the butcher shop and as you lift that I four full to your mouth you savor the moment to get amazing offers during the Mercedes Benz summer event like the two thousand nineteen see Class Sedan G._N._C. S._U._V. The perfect recipes of driving performance plus. You can enjoy six months of Sirius X._M.. All access included mercedes-benz summer event now. Serving Limited time offers on select line of vehicles offers end September third mercedes-benz the best the people of Britain. I'm here to speak to you about a subject of considerable gravity a subject that affects each and every one of us I refer of course to our a great nations continued failure in the Eurovision Song contest the B._B._c. have asked me to unite kingdom in west of bring home the Eurovision crown once more. I have been asked to write the song but where will I be and that's one of you volunteer wanting to sit so asked not what you'll country can do for you but what you can do for your country by contacting our website the comes a time when everyone must do their duty. Your country needs you. Thank you you could even tonight. You must elect. One of these. Three finalists represent the U._k.. Your vision could known somebody's career. The acting cheese will carry the nation's hope the daunting in Moscow arena and before android ever song two hundred million then turn our state. I won't to win this. I believe anyone ratings me. Choose carefully. Your country needs. Thank you welcome to Forest F._M.. In the Eurovision showcase I'm your host cure in our associates. This is a very special special episodes where we take a look back ten years ago to the renaissance of the U._k.. At the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nine ally this is Surrey from the United Kingdom. Hello this is Lucy chose from the U._K.. Hello this is Michael Rice from the United Kingdom listening to Your Business or case on forest <music> Dave. Thank you in the way yeah. Maybe sir chance the James there we all we cover of beyond say's Deja ever. It's my a favorite beyond say soccer muster met and to be honest with you. I didn't know about that song until jade performed the U._k.. National Foreign or the very first week yeah how sad is that. I need to get out more. Yes we're going going to pay homage to your country. Need you. The United Kingdom National Final for the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nine. Oh yes so we can be playing or the songs that jade sang through that amazing January two thousand nine shows her when it happened for four weeks yes for weeks and we ended up with three finalists which was obviously jade who ended up winning and going to Moscow to represent the United Kingdom with the Diane Warren Anna Android Web Song. It's my time and of course we will hear the two different versions from mark and the twins if you remember them indeed we do sir but we're going to do so we aren't end up up playing the three different versions of my time in succession and one after the other because you've probably drive you mad. We're going to do the one I that <hes> technically he came in third. Yes sir. I'm talking about mark. Mark came third after he signed his version of moines time while they will did in it was a vote and mark came third blessing so it came down to the twins and jade's at the end but so we're GonNa have marks version of its might sewing which is the U._k.. Your vision so two thousand and nor his <MUSIC> oems those days on now. I've got though I've earned the right to show you. It's it's might time. It's my time. It's time my Jonah radcow yeah well. It's time and there's nothing I'm afraid I'll show you a made talk. Show you answer I'll break. I've made face strew Nah. I've got to each to show you. It's my time to it's time in time. I'm not gonNA time and there's nothing novel off of show you. It's ooh uh uh-huh <music>. It's minds yeah eh hello on <music> Yeah Yeah <music> uh-huh so that's the polls with love comedown that came full in the U._K.. They national final in nineteen eighty nine it did and that song was written by Joe and poorly Ortiz. No bad a loved in the nineteen eighty nine contest the U._k.. National Final no a brilliant I it was quite stall Saturday actually <hes> one of my favorite song so not national final is a song called back in the groove by Frankie Johnson. The moves were epic absolutely absolutely epic and <hes> oh I'll play the song for you a little bit later on but my goodness me cheesy as heck butts my goodness me eight so catchy and I will put a link up on our facebook page of that amazing performance by Frankie Johnson what a legend is okay now as the weeks progress for Eurovision. Your country need each year the U._K.. National Fond of two thousand nine at J. Julian was making an impression then incredible impression sorry much fat the I went to go and see the second serve so it was practically the quarterfinals of the the Eurovision you'll continue and jade signed an amazing version of the voice within yes all now. This is a great great vocal performance and j just shows off her mazing records course with this and then wonder why she did so well in Moscow sir. Let's pay song from the second week of your vision your country need you. It is Jade U._N.. With the voice with the younger dome. the young tease will dry also when you're safe home of the ooh uh-huh uh-huh <music> you're listening to eurovision shy case on forest f._m. i i never needed anyone and making enough just for fun days the friends i'm no eddie's ought to be sometimes i o insecure they do more uh-huh incredible vocals add j. u. n. we all by myself very celine dion usc duchy think roy okay we're going to have ropes for engine request very very soon but coming up next is time to hear the though song that well the version it came second in the u._k. national honor your contract meizhou two thousand nine yes we go into hair the twins urgen of it's my time take a listen to this i louis show yeah aw shoe aw i've made my talk show donald <music> uh eh yes the twins it's moi time here you're on the eurovision is show case coming second in your country nature two thousand annoying home the b._b._c. <hes> i'm an m when they they actually took notice and as she wanted to do well at your vision yeah we need to get back to this type of maybe not necessarily this point of project next jay's contest but we need to change things up so badly for when we go to the netherlands next year's eurovision song contest just like us it last week basically gonna be preaching to over the but some we just so badly need to source his house and actually somebody was talking on the o._j. e which is the official through eurovision fam- page for the united kingdom and will fan members there and there was talk about maybe during an actual protest it's works i'm sometimes doesn't it when you purdue protests <hes> sorry maybe might be worth or going out so i i'm why are you can have <hes> and <hes> and get no placards out there intending the b._b._c. sorta out for next year even if it's an internal selection i don't mind if we don't during national final next year <hes> we just need to i need to do something different too badly different and <hes> friend of the show rory detaining <hes> <hes> has risen an open letter to the b._b._c. asking for change up <hes> and of course you can check out his blog which is an amazing block i'm roy's website is eurovision apocalypse dot blogs spot adult common you can follow him on twitter at e._s._e. apocalypse <hes> all roy you are truly amazing and individual i love it right it's now time to dive into maai rob's two hats it is time for the most random officer requests yes it's a part of the eurovision showcase each week which my husband gets to sounds to to get drunk and he's got two hands so basically inside these houses bits of one of those hassle country then and then the other hat is got gears and saw take one out of each end up making a eurovision song and hopefully it will be a one that would work in the u. her vicious on <hes> sir let's do it and we're gonna do it country i a pero half the country is both to gal with got ports ago okay and the net grabby air rob his including two thousand nineteen we now since it's been two weeks on oh two thousand sixteen can't do that one they withdrew after twenty fifteen came back in two thousand seventeen and ended up winning another thank you oh yes we can do this one nineteen ninety-five <hes> this is toll through representing portugal with vanilla and shocker put <hes> joel class that yes the song is inspired by urban music and sports and the feature features crew singing to his sweetheart it's with white skin <hes> while musing on their interracial relationship to growers is blank <hes> he suggests that this could only have been made possible by the intrepid maritime history of their that country and things about their spices cultural knowledge that he bought back to portugal as a result of this issue yes now we such a deep meaning song you authority to quote well but sadly sadly only came twenty i only five points i'll give you a little taste of what the lyrics say okay so your grandfather was in these parts my grandmother was here to <hes> love is the entire ocean and your perfume is immune moonlight might taste is coffee the sweethearts with white screen at white skin you are the crame in my doc tae it's sweeter tweets out then honey a mixture of vanilla and chocolates a white seagull was found in those southern lands sweets and musical people whose tropical singing made the dream and the see blue aw this is a really sweet song i think it's pretty underrated myself live performance great street our vision not bad either banning so what i wanna do now is pay play type theory this portuguese entry ninety nine five just to let in our how many points they got so as a got five points he got four points from france and one from greece is that was it sorry portugal serves opinion sir much more so they came third lost underneath rumors the hungarian song which i'm not going to try and pronounced because he's incredibly difficult <hes> hig natve of eggs has as a fallon i think that's it and then germany came last with only one point from motor stone stone with the <hes> valley bit edik which means in love with year apparently <hes> <hes> so then in the final of your vision nights ninety five but there wasn't a grand fine with is just the fine or there wasn't s._m._e.'s or anything like that in nineteen ninety-five they had the <hes> <hes> basically non-qualifiers from previous discount of previous contest is paired and then the returnees came back who couldn't participate in nineteen ninety four because of nineteen ninety three's by results so portugal gave ed's eight points to sweden when it's ten of WPRO guy for their bank Galveston has my since she and should saw new mind in twenty five goalby men. Let's not sean wasted <music> <music> and how was that took cruise with a shock gala. Yes okay sir. Portugal Ninety five is in the burks now. Let's continue with our Hamas ause to your country needs you two thousand and knowing where J managed to get to the semi finals and she performed this amazing amazing version of a refer Franklin's think this is good stuff and there were come back with the winning so access so much <music> fever yeah you do uh-huh the genuine man with think and it's now time to have this song the went to Moscow represented the United Kingdom as two thousand nine Eurovision Song Contest Eight J. U. N. with its might cy in those days on uh. Oh outside thing on eighth I made and my very strong I this <music>. It's there's a thing ah yeah <music> alone you wake up with bottle your hands because we know lost and you in your in laws Enron through the biggest Atanas autism in our road. Nothing Li like see were building burning uh-huh Colette. It'd be the three were building burning aww uh-huh quite doom and Laura with Roy and I cur Lee underrated second-semi-final emme fallen all of your vision twenty seventeen and Kiev Ukraine a the jury's despised it but the telephone says loved and it's absolutely so be criminally underrated not impressed eurovision north one of those complete injustices that we've learned to love up being Eurovision Fan. Haven't we really yes. Yes well speaking of Eurovision. Let's take a look at the latest headlines of this week in your vision news roundup. Yes it is time for your Eurovision inch showcase news today on Sunday the second of June two thousand nine with May Keiron Ari touched your host. Yes Portugal have one this is Barbara decks award. Yes the French and Conan or Isis. I received the hum the highest number of votes and he was chosen as the most notable dressed contestants issues in eurovision song contest in Tel Aviv Israel and it becomes the successor to I._Q.. Juan the would last year fool the former Yugoslav Republic of Matt's earning sticking with Macedonia the brand new country North Macedonia have been been very hashtag proud of tomorrow Tabasco's his performance at Eurovision coming an incredible seventh place on he and tomorrow to that Scott has been honored by the brand new Prime Minister of North Macedonia is on Zeh Save the bidding process for cities who wished to host the Eurovision two thousand twenty in the Netherlands has started and practically ever Zizi in the Netherlands has put in a bid to host fits so you raise your breath where we could it be going to be Rotterdam anywhere. Rome basically Liverpool Rhone couldn't Daru who represented Finland Issues Eurovision Song contest sadly coming being lost in the first semifinal look away and with his singer Festoon Raymond. We'll be actually going on tour in the fifteen sixty taught rights around Europe and the United States now Nicholas Yourself who represented the Czech Republic last year has released a brand new single and it's board Acapella and facing the music. A video is very tropical so that is your Eurovision showcase news. I'm Karen our associates and and this is forest F._M.. Happy Eurovision to all the Eurovision fans out there why don't join J._p.. And the team of Radio International a weekly trip through the world of the Eurovision Song contest they'll be lots of music artist interviews and regular features including the covers and the night market now on your browser or even better subscribe to the Podcast Riot W._w._w.. Dot Radio National DOT TV at you. I have to miss your favorites. euro-asian radio shows me hello. This is Donna from Ireland. You're listening to Eurovision. She'll case forest F._M.. In my me in the y'all yeah. Okay it feels the knees you STU baggage changing a breakthrough lose wrong yeah yeah <music> uh-huh yeah spa who represented Iceland in two thousand seventeen year vision that was her latest single back from January two thousand annoying chain that is Comma Ma yes bought written by S- follow herself Ingo Gilson Robin Elmore and Colin Diene so we all great tune and very very current nor swans follow so before we have this week's live and kicking hair on your vision showcase on forest f._m.. As promised let's play you the most campus and probably the most cheesiest song ever to take part in the U._K.. Eurovision national final back in nineteen eighty nine here as Frankie John Sern with the puck. You may accompany repaying this. I'm overcome with emotion. We really really cool back in the gird our back in the group by Frankie on Sun and you'd have to look at this performance on Youtube is absolutely hilarious. ooh role can be type of <music> by now. It's Ah much to post nothing positive the now the don have and where the ball now bruce now it aw the home now ooh standing doc <music>. Hey this is look at any from Switzerland's. You're listening to Eurovision showcase on Forest F._M.. In dismay so she got me and Choi when she when she he knows Hello Oh this is from Denmark and this is my song. It's called vis forever. You'll be enjoy it. Hi this is catering do stuff from Greece. You're listening to your vision showcase on forest that family and this is my song better love enjoy online and on one thousand nine hundred point three F._M.. Vase as Forest F._M.. Yes is alive and kicking. This is a part of the Eurovision showcase where we play a song live from Eurovision itself and this week we are going to play the song from Nineteen Ninety four duets vets song for Norway by Yawn Vena Danielson amazing man amazing voice amazing just presence and the awesome at Elizabeth Andreassen. Yes this came fifth Norway in nineteen join seen ninety four and no six because motor came fifth yes anyways to them. Committee <music> scene uh-huh <music> aw Ah uh-huh <music> such an amazing songs such a beautiful language Norwegian and that is new way nineteen ninety-four young Donelson Elizabeth Andrei Asana with coming sick for Norway nineteen hundred four well. Thank you for joining me here on Ari Touchy for this very special episode of the Eurovision showcase right here on Forest F._M.. Your country he needs you two thousand dollars. Yes Hamas to win the U._K.. And BBC in particular took it seriously for once Harvey could join me next Sunday at five pm for more Eurovision crankiness but that's it for me. I love you dacha of Wi fi to be slant dubbing Sanya and see you soon to it online and on one thousand nine hundred point three F._M.. 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Episode 8  Manuel Sevillano

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

40:15 min | 7 months ago

Episode 8 Manuel Sevillano

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Orpheus and Eurydice Pt. 1: Tragic Love

Mythology

45:09 min | 1 year ago

Orpheus and Eurydice Pt. 1: Tragic Love

"Something to note all myths have many versions and variations for this episode. We've selected those we feel the most dramatic and entertaining and supplemented them with additional research into ancient. Greek traditions because mythology comes from oral tradition. There's a wide variety across sources are myths may not always be the version you're familiar with but we hope you'll enjoy them. The afternoon was bright and clear full Birdsong and nature's many melodies but none of it was as vibrant as Eurydice orpheus thought as he gazed at his perfect perfect bride she might be human but she glowed like a goddess her skin was fresh and clean as new milk still glistening from her nuptial bath as she twirled joyful through the field her long hair filled with air and light and and when she smiled at orpheus her clear is full of trust. He felt his heart erupt into song hymen. The God of marriage was late but orpheus pulling eurydice see into his arms with a laugh didn't mind the delay meant more wartime to savor this beautiful blessed day the day his love became his wife. He buried his face ace in the crown of her head and inhaled when he raised his is his patience was rewarded. There was high men in his swirling marriage robes holding his torch ready to bless the Union orpheus grinned then grasped Eurydice hand. The lovers stepped forward at first hyman smiled kindly at the eager beaming young a young couple but then his torch started to sputter hyman frowned in concern and shook the torch. It only sputtered more spinning out long noxious trails of smoke from its weak flame children. I came came to bless your wedding day but I cannot speak the usual words nor promise you good fortune orpheus. Your Voice Voice spins out Golden Song and blesses all it touches and here it is easy. You are as pure as any made but the aflame does not burn steady. This union is doomed. Welcome to mythology apar- cast original every Tuesday we we present dramatic stories from ancient mythology and explore their origins. I'm your host and Narrator Vanessa Richardson. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other park has originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream mythology for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. You've let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at par cast network and if you enjoy today's episode episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help today. Were telling the story of Orpheus and Eurydice. See An ancient Greek myth about two doomed lovers who cannot bear to part even in the face of death this week will listen as the couple's blissful union devolves into dramatic tragedy then we'll follow as orpheus travels to the underworld for the woman then he loves next week will hear the dramatic conclusion to orpheus is quest. The first literary reference to orpheus is in a two word fragment of poetry from sixth century. BC Poet Abacus which simply says orpheus famous of name this suggests that orpheus was already a well known figure in oral traditions traditions but orpheus story has transformed over centuries of storytelling making it difficult to say where history ends and myth begins in some Greek oral tradition orpheus was the son of Apollo God of music and poetry and one of the muses the goddess of creative inspiration. He was a powerful singer celebrated for his ability to affect the emotions of man beast I god and even nature with his art when he sang of joy all the world rose up and dance to the tune of his liar when he sang of anguish all the world wept with him references to the story of Orpheus and Eurydice easy. I started to appear in art and poetry in the fifth century. BC But it wasn't until twenty nine BC when Virgil wrote his Georgia Tech's that the full tragic love story was put to paper almost forty years later in eight see it was presented in a slightly really different way in other words metamorphosis these two great poets versions of the story remain. It's best known iterations the tale of orpheus and your idiocy has been the inspiration for scores of poems plays ballets operas films and Visual Artworks Feminist Writers like Margaret Atwood and the poet Hilda doolittle pen name. Hd have revisited the myth from eurydice sees perspective fleshing out the story in new ways most recently a naess Mitchell's telling of the story in musical form. Haiti's town won best. I musical at the seventy third Tony Awards no matter the version the tragic tale of orpheus and eurydice remains as dramatic strange inge and heartbreaking as ever eurydice and Orpheus reclined on the grass orpheus liar lay a quiet in one outstretched hand the nature around them was peaceful and their hearts full of new love. Were overflowing flowing but you're it. AC- nevertheless felt anxious orpheus. Does it worry you what Hyman said on our wedding Hyundai that he didn't less are union that he couldn't smile in shed light and joy on our future. It doesn't thrill me now but you know how much I love you. How my heart sings view even when my liar quiet whatever challenges lay ahead we will face them together together and I will fight for you. Your it AC- stared at orpheus is confident sincere face and then broke into a glowing doing smile. She knew orpheus was right. He would always come for her. Evening was falling and your it AC- kissed orpheus on the cheek take it was time for her to find the NAIAD 's her nymph friends and dance with them through the forest they frolic as they did every night celebrating braiding the chill evening air and a life that stirred around them in the shadows the hooting owls the scurrying rodents orpheus smiled l. that her disappearing form content eurydice he ran through the dense underbrush leaping over fallen branches ranches with her sprightly friends and twirling across the stones that littered every stream she was comfortable here amongst the dark towering hiring trees as comfortable as in orpheus his arms the laughing. NAIAD WHOA flowers in eurydice hair and draped cloak vines vines across her shoulders. They slipped their delicate hands in hers and leaped into the air but what was that and there was someone there amongst the trees coming towards your it AC- and the cluster of Dancing Ni- ads the nymphs fearful of aggressive men disappeared into the forest in the blink of an eye but you're it AC- was only human she stood still amongst amongst the trees watching tensions stringing her body like a bow. The sounds drew nearer until Hilla shepherd came crashing through the underbrush. He cried out to eurydice beautiful girl. I see you there slim shadow amongst the trees dancing a nymph. Come to me come. Don't be afraid I won't hurt you. I just want a a little kiss from such forest sprite a tender kiss to warm my cold lips. Don't run you foolish child. You'll only make it worse your it is he raced skillfully through the underbrush while the shepherd Ariss Tius stomped after her he was strong and powerful and crashed through every branch in his path without slowing fifth it he was gaining on her but then you're it. AC- spotted a stream up ahead if she could just get to the other side and put the water between Queen Herself and the shepherd she would be safe. You're it AC- leapt across the water and landed tumbling to the forest floor with a gleeful gleeful laugh. She Sprang back to her feet. Knowing Christie's couldn't fly across the water like she had he'd have to slog through slowly early. In his heavy shepherds garb a final leaping dance through the forest would get her out of harm's way back to orpheus back to the love and peace and the sweet song of the Liar. You're it is sea bounded away from the stream homeward her dress dirty thirty and her feet sore but a golden smile illuminating her face. No Man could touch her not unless she let him she was too quick and clever but men were not the only dangers in these woods fear exhaustion and pride in her escape clouded her mind. She forgot about the thick ropy snakes that slithered along the forest floor. She didn't notice the dark green green coil of muscle lying in the shadow of the pine or the Glassy Eyes glinting in the evening gloom as she sunk her bare air toes into the loamy soil. The serpent lunged fish coming up. Eurydice and orpheus is love is tested. Hey Vanessa and I have some exciting news for you. Because you've been such amazing listeners. We've released our entire back catalogue of mythology episodes and they're already in your feed. That's eleven episodes episodes of mythology that are available to listen to right now. Be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like our episodes on the Goddess Athena who was pulled between her the two identities as a goddess of wisdom and as a warrior and our episodes on the tragedy of locals life as the gods who were once his friends become his mortal enemies at the end of days whether you're reliving these thrilling episodes of mythology or hearing these fantastic classical stories for the first first time these eleven episodes are available right now and don't worry we'll still bring you new mythology episodes every Tuesday in the meantime get caught up up on mythology for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts and thank you for your support You're adventurous and inquisitive. You're open to trying new things. You're curious about astrology but don't know how to take the first step up if this sounds like you or even if it doesn't you should check out the podcast networks new astrology podcast horoscope today podcast has the daily. HOROSCOPE podcast for all twelve signs of the Zodiac. These two to three minute daily podcasts will give you daily guidance in affirmations tailored tailored specially for your Zodiac signed by a professional team of astrologers. Listen daily to find out what the universe has in store for you find horoscope hope today for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts simply search your Zodiac sign and the word today for example areas today Gemini Today Day or Capricorn today or visit podcast dot com slash horoscope to listen now now now back to the story. You'RE IT AC- ran madly through the Thracian forest fleeing from the shepherd Christie's. She lost him by lodging her sprightly body over a gurgling stream leaving him stranded on the opposite bank elated she turned earned her mind homewards to the arms of her beloved new husband the great singer. Orpheus so distracted was she that she didn't didn't check the Lome beneath her feet as she skipped home. That was a mistake hidden amongst the leaves in the Black Earth was the long long coiled body of powerful snake he sprang out of the shadows toward her his long fangs sunk into her tender tender bare flesh save your it. Issey in horror watched her ankle puff off and redden the droplets of Ruby red blood dripped innocently from her flesh such a small wound but with such large large consequences your it AC- knew her fate as she stared at the two little holes in her ankle. Her cries ceased. No one was in those dark woods to here not even her beloved orpheus. This was it the end in the woods. She loved so much but nature never loved you back not unless you could sing like orpheus she lay down closed her eyes and breathed deeply while she's still could orpheus fierce to was lying in the grass strumming a lovely melody on his liar and thinking of your idiocy of her long neck of her a quick wit and her strong legs and arms of the way her body sank into his after she exhausted herself dancing in the woods leads with ads but where was she dark night had fallen and the stars lit up the sleeping landscape. She should have been back by now. orpheus peered out into the night and felt his heartbeat quicken had some harm befallen in his bride. Men were beasts and beasts were everywhere he had to find her breath to see where he's Eurydice but there was no response the trees and the birds and on the night ads were all silent he ducked under branches he wove through sprawling roots and swaying grasses he he made his way into the heart of the forest the dark place where the snakes lurked in the black soil. It was there that he found her. You're it AC- lay Pale and still on the forest floor orpheus overcome with grief fell across her body. He clasped her cold face in his hands and kissed the two tiny pricks in her swollen ankle. They told him everything he needed to know. Lying across your idiocies corpse orpheus began to sing his his voice wobbled with grief. His heart had been cleft in two but his song was all the more beautiful for for the overwhelming emotion that stirred it. The forest joined his song the Naiad 's raised their wild eerie voices is and so did men beast and flower everywhere. He went as the weary weeks went on. All of threes was moved by his anguish. He traveled far and wide singing of his love for your idiocy and her tragic tragic death he sang of her at daybreak and as night fell alone on the banks of rivers and amongst throngs of weeping townsfolk folk even Apollo his father heard the mournful sound of Orpheus is song and was moved with sadness and pity so he descended in a flash of light to comfort his son third orpheus jumped back at the blinding site then Dan though Apollo was his father he bowed the God of light and poetry commanded respect but Apollo raised raised him up gently orpheus my son you have lost your beloved Roussy and now the whole of three sweeps leaps with you even on Mount Olympus the gods hear your song and we all moved. I am so sorry for your loss. Thank you Apollo. Oh my father. You'll condolences give comfort. I pool poet. You feel the pain so deeply in truth. I do do not know if I can go on without her. She was my weld a hope my beauty and my joy if that's the case my son you must go get her with that. I could but her spirit belongs to Haiti's now. How could I retrieve her. No multiple can walk into talk underworld and return alive that is true and you are emotional man but I am not and I am your father. I will grant. Aren't you protection I can if you descend into the underworld to recover your you will be able to cross the river styx twice once into the underworld old and once back to the land of the living you will have to be brave to face the unhappy spirits of the dead and Haiti's himself their dock doc king only with the permission of the God of the underworld. Will you be able to bring back you busy but I see your love is strong and I know the the power of your voice father did God Apollo. I never thought to have such a chance. I promise you shall not wasted our a face the talk with a heart of steel. If there's even a sliver of hope to recover what I have lost I will risk all with that. Apollo follow disappeared in another flash of light. The exhausting work of engaging with mortals finished for now orpheus in his wake wake was wild with determination. He still had a chance at love and at a life with your it. AC- by his side it it was no small feat for immortal to descend to Hades orpheus knew that and he was afraid he had heard the stories about about the darkness about shaggy-haired Keiron in his little boat about the craggy slopes and the groves full of mournful shades. It's about the fearsome three headed dog cerberus and the ELM tree that rustled with tempting false dreams and end he had heard of Haiti's stony heart Haiti's God of the underworld and the uncle of orpheus his father Apollo was not easily moved but once he fell so deeply in love with percents any that he schemed and tricked and cajoled old until he made her his queen of the underworld he knew love was he felt it's burning need as much as orpheus himself. Mm Self orpheus girded himself against his own fear. Perhaps his song of love and pity would stir that love lover deep within Haiti's cloak of shadows and darkness. The first step was the easiest he traveled to the gates of -tainer us the jaws of the underworld buried at the back of a damp cold cave but from here the journey got more difficult orpheus stood staring at the ominous portal its doors shrouded by long forbidding stalactites and they they were as heavy as they were dark. They weren't meant to open for any mortal soul more than once. He felt their terrifying chill will seep deep into his bones but what really mobilized orpheus were the whispering spirits that guarded the gate anxiety grief disease old age fear hunger death agony guilty joys always they told him to turn around. They told him Love was meaningless that he was weak. orpheus various felt the jabs slipped from his ears to his mind and slowly slither into his heart but then he felt the solid wooden would in his hand his lyre. His only weapon was song end so stealing himself. He raised his voice and and lifted his delicate fingers to the strings. The spirits went silent listening Even the darkest spirits of -tainer were moved by the mournful melody. They pushed open the gates orpheus stared into the darkness mind slowly clearing now that the spirits were silent he could see nothing but an icy a haze of formless mist and smoke but you're it. AC- was down below. He had no choice he plunged downwards words as the gate swung shut behind him with a Grim Bang Orpheus peered through the darkness and saw the path before for him craggy and rough it wolf through dark pine groves full of shadowy spirits crying their own grim songs his heart pounded with fear the ominous site and the strange vibrations in the air but orpheus lament quieted the the voices of the dead as it had the spirits guarding the gate they drifted towards him heads bowed with the sorrow of his song pity stirred orpheus breast alongside fear these were lost souls making their way towards towards the river sticks just like him just like Eurydice easy. This is for her for your idiocy. He thought what and strode down the path holding his voice steady he descended through the Elms Pines and twisting olives lives through the mist and the smoke and the eerie glow of eternal night. The shades drifted in his wake. Finally orpheus arrived at the still dark waters of the river styx care on's little wooden boat sat right on the shore as innocent as a fisherman's bar John any Thracian River. It was so startling ordinary that orpheus almost stopped his song in surprise but then he saw care on with his matted hair his dirt blackened face and this dark cold is orpheus fear flooded back and his song tumbled out of his mouth like a protective Talisman Osman would care onto be moved would apollo's promise of passage across the waters hold Karan's face remained impassive but he stood still and listened as Orpheus sang then Keiron nodded and beckoned end they would cross now. It was orpheus that hesitated from here the darkness would get denser the deathly fear and sadness heavier but once again he steeled himself thinking of your idiocy he he gathered his courage. If she was on the other side of the water then he would cross for her he clambered into Karen's Iran's boat and he sang on as orpheus voice echoed over the vast expanse of water. Her silence rippled across the underworld on the approaching shore. All of Haiti's spirits emerged to listen to the song insubstantial ghostly figures the dead slunk forth from the darkest depths of the underworld. They drifted out from under the bows. Those of the great elm who's every leaf was weighted with false streams. The spirits reveries paled in comparison to the lure of orpheus as song. What voice raised a song so haunting. The souls wondered what voice made made them feel those human heartbeats once again orpheus gazed intently through the waiting crowds as Karan's boat approached just the shore the crowd was overwhelmingly vast et ce of dead but there was no room for fear in his heart as has he scanned the waiting faces for your it AC- she must be near but he did not see her onwards then he descended from Karan's boat with a bow to his ferryman and plunged into the crowd as the spirits cleared a path off before him orpheus saw something lurking at the back of the crowd it was an enormous dog and it had the three heads on each head bloodied jowls hung low over long sharp teeth three sets of terrifying red eyes glared out of deep set shadowy sockets orpheus felt his song falter. This must be cerberus. The bronze voiced three headed. Hound Apollo had said nothing about protection from this fearsome awesome beast orpheus body shook as he stared up feeling tiny and vulnerable. He was not a fighter her. His music was his only weapon but again he thought of eurydice somewhere behind this beast he would fight fight with what he could. He would sing on his voice sword and even cerberus was moved the beasts three heads fell softly to the shadowy ground orpheus stepped gently over the softened pause and Shaggy Gi locks of hair he wondered on amongst the shades and the formless rocks through the dark and the cold until finally finally he arrived at Haiti's thrown. An enormous crowd silently. Weeping spirits stood at his back. You're the throne was a vast dark structure. Haiti's and percents any looked down on this little mortal from far or above impassive orpheus stared up at their blank faces terrified. There was no warmth there no kindness but orpheus had no choice. He was determined to wake their hearts. He bowed bowed his head supplicant and began his plea coming up up orpheus makes his bid to recover eurydice see from death itself now back to the story orpheus shattered by the death of Eurydice. He sang a song so heartbreaking that it moved man nature and God's odds. He traveled to the underworld to see if he could move Haiti's the god of death perhaps his music would motivate the Lord of the underworld underworld to return your it. AC- to the living he began his plea at the feet of Haiti's thrown. Oh great hey dis king king of the underworld your mighty amongst men mighty even amongst gods you hold the strings of death and pull them as you will as has is you're right all multiples one day will be called home to Haiti's to death but my beloved bride. You're a Dec- see was cold so swiftly so soon after our wedding day before had best years had even begun. I tried to accept her loss but I cannot and so I come to you to beg for her life. Many men are moved by grief when their wives. Sti- many wives are wracked with despair when they lose their husbands mothers and Fathers Grieve for lost children and children turn for las parents. Why should I provide mercy for you and you alone. If you will listen I will sing you. The song of my story and perhaps song will move you. West speech fails. You may sing. The rulers of the underworld world listened as orpheus sang of his beautiful bride wild and free as the forest that killed her. They they listened as he sang of high men's arrival on their wedding day and his sputtering torch they sat still as stone own as he sang of your ritzy's cold body lying in the darkness on the forest floor and of the shattered life he lived in its wake but orpheus watched hades and percents any intently as he sang his devastating melody he he saw that slowly they're hard closed faces softened as he crooned on at their feet. He started to hope at the king and Queen of death were moved. He sang until his breath was spent and his face covered with salty tears years. Finally orpheus fell silent. He wasn't sure if his song had done enough but all he could do now was wait. You ask what no mortal has the right to ask orpheus. You ask to reverse the fates to replace death with life wife but your song moves even my shadowy heart to anguish high to have loved and suffered word for love. I too have insisted on fighting for love even when it seemed there was not faded. Oh Hey dis great. It's King. I knew detail of your love. Your Beautiful Queen that you could see love here to moves me in turn are you willing to consider returning to life patients boy. I will indeed grant your request and give you back your beloved eurydice. Thank you thank you but this is hades. The underworld the Kingdom of shadows and darkness. We do not let our own go easily here. You will have to show with your actions as well as your song that you are willing to risk all to prove you you will resist all temptation to show strength and resolve that rivals that of an ancient oak tree in shadowy grove. Are you willing to do that. Your condition is more than fair. Only tell me what I must do and I shall do your task is this you must traverse the path back to the living earth. You must pass through the shaded groves full of spirits and across the river sticks you must climb up the long rocky paths and exit at the Mall of the gates of painless there you will climb out of the dark into the world of the living and you must make the journey all without looking behind you in your wake your rid. AC- will follow if you make it back to the light without looking back your bride will follow you into the sunshine from that moment on she'll be no shade but a living breathing woman she will run free across the Earth as she wants did amongst the glorious flowers flowers of the living fields and you you shall have your love and joy again the rhythm of euphoria will color your songs once more nor and all the world shall smile and laugh instead of weep. I accept your challenge with gratitude. You'd Hades orpheus bowed and backed away from Haiti's tears streaming down his face now at his luck his song had moved even Haiti's and Haiti's in return for music had granted wanted mercy no need to linger here in the underworld now the sooner he made it back to the bright fields of the living world the sooner he would hold your ritzy's warm pulsing body he began his reverse journey towards earth and light and and love orpheus strong legs left-back through the shadowy groves of quivering spirits cerberus stood stood aside as he bounded past Karan's boat cut swiftly back across the water. Then he began his ascent sent as he strained against the upward slopes back towards the gates and the light he walked with confidence and excitement he smiled at every lingering shade and cluster of dark calcified trees for behind him was is your idiocy but he didn't sing. He was quiet for the first time. Since he lost his bride a lament no no longer felt right finally he had hope but it wasn't time for a joyful melody yet either for still he he was without his love. She still walked amongst the dead even if she was behind him but was she she behind him. He listened carefully but he heard nothing not the whisper of a ghostly cloak. Not the Russell of light footsteps steps nor the soft breath of exertion fear crept into his heart. He started to drag his feet and his is excitement drained softly steadily out of his body. His senses seemed to split is forward award on the path ahead ears straining desperately behind hungry for a whisper of her his love his perfect bride he told himself he couldn't hear anything because shades were silent wisps of energy he they didn't make noise in the way of living men. Surely that was it orpheus walked on. He tried to imagine eurydice criticize behind him. He remembered the lightness in her step. The way sunlight glinted in her long hair the wild sprightly lead joy with which she ran into fields of flowers and through durkin dense woods the way her warm smile like a thousand thousands suns illuminated his entire world but orpheus could not quiet another train of thought a less is hopeful one one that wracked his brain and his heart with savage anxiety gods. Were not always honest honest. Perhaps hades tears had been fake. Perhaps he had lied. Perhaps he hadn't been moved moved by Orpheus is song and had with quiet. Malice played a cruel joke. eurydice easy wasn't behind signed him at all or perhaps hades had offered his challenge in good faith but you're it. AC- had been lost amongst the shades aids and fallen away from his path. The darkness beat down on Orpheus his brow as he considered the most awful awful possibility of all perhaps death head changed. Your idiocy changed her heart. Perhaps she hadn't didn't wanted to follow him and had turned away. Perhaps in-depth. She wasn't his as she'd been in life orpheus. His legs strained along the steep rocky path towards the gates. He was so close to the earth to the light to his prize if she was behind him at all but they're at the top of the slope he he came to a stop dread and despair filled his heart. Eurydice city wasn't behind him. He knew it it. He couldn't bear the agony any longer and so he turned thanks again for tuning into mythology next week. In part two will hear about the consequences of orpheus failure to meet hades challenge you can find more episodes of mythology -nology and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar. 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The Aeneid Pt. 2

Mythology

44:27 min | 8 months ago

The Aeneid Pt. 2

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and this is mythology. The park asked original devoted to humanity's stories today. We're continuing our retelling of Virgil, Aeneid, the story we began in Tuesday's episode. This is the second entry of a four part series, so if you haven't listened to part one yet make sure you go back and start from the beginning and tune in next Tuesday and Thursday for parts, three and four less time, and the S., and his band of refugees narrowly escaped the sack of Troy, only to be left, destitute and homeless. They spent the better part of a decade sailing around the Aegean searching for a safe place to build. Build a new city harried by endless storms, vicious monsters, and the vengeful Goddess Juno they finally made landfall in the friendly port of Carthage after a brief and fiery affair with the city's Queen Aeneas left to continue his search for Italy where his descendants were faded to found the future city of Rome. I'm narrating our story as aeneas, his mother, the goddess Venus she watched over him throughout his journey, guiding him closer to his fate, but while aeneas dreamt of a new home, his heart still belonged to troy, and soon enough he would have to choose between his destiny, and his past, and now part two of the. After he left Carthage. My son's Path was finally clear Apollo had given him the name of his new Home Jupiter King. Of Olympus had sent his own emissaries to spur the trojans on their way, so you can imagine how surprised I was, when I looked down, and saw his fleet beached on the coast of Sicily near Drummer Neum, exactly where they'd been one year earlier, looking closer I saw four ships on the move. The oarsmen were rowing hard kicking up spray like their lives depended on it. What was this I wondered an attack, but all the ships board Trojan sales, still they clearly were not working together to vessels, led the others, neck and neck, one with a center and blazoned on its front, and the other with a dragon. A third ship came barreling past from the rear, overtaking the leaders in an instant as it flew into the bay, the crew erupted with cheers. A race I realized how strange turning my attention to the shore I found more for the holiday. A line of tents had been erected along the beach. Chariot sped through the sand, nearly keeping pace with the ships. A line of archers took aim at Straw puppets. What was the meaning of this I wondered? Where was aeneas? I found my son on a cliff overlooking the ocean kneeling before sealed cave. It looked like he'd been there a long time. The ground was stained with the blood of many sacrifices, and the boom of incense, beside him, had burned out. The game's going on below made sense now this was the tomb of aeneas, father and Casey's. They buried him here one year earlier before being swept away to Carthage Aeneas had returned to say goodbye and pay his respects. That was how unkind cheese had. Had raised him, he taught my son everything the importance of courage honor family to respect the wisdom of his elders, and the will of the Gods who would have thought I'd made with immortal and a common shepherd at that it was my own Father Jupiter who got us involved in the first place? He was angry with me for causing trouble with his jealous witch of a wife Juno, so he conspired with Cupid to make me fall for an Casey's well. The joke was on him. Sheppard proved to be a better father than I ever could have found on Olympus so I decided I could stomach one more delay to give an Casey's proper sendoff I waited patiently while aeneas prayed, and when his vigil ended, I followed him down to the beach where the Games continued. A great throng encircled two giant men who were beating one another to a pulp for the crowds approval, one of the men looked too old for such a competition, but he was nevertheless overwhelming his opponent, the younger boxers staggered back on shaky legs, making a feeble attempt to defend himself from the onslaught of blows, his face was already a bloody mess, but whether out of stupidity or some misplaced sense of honor he refused to submit. He probably would have been killed if aeneas hadn't raced into the circle and thrown himself between the two. Two fighters well done dairies, he said, holding the bloodied man back. You fought well, but you were up against supernatural strength, the Gods Heaven telesis side today, and there's no shame in yielding to that the fighter, and the crowd accepted and the SS wisdom, and the match was over, but the victors thirst for blood wasn't satiated when they brought him the bull that was to be as prize he lifted one giant fist into the air, and brought it crashing down between the beast horns, its brains splattered the onlookers, and it crumpled dead. The next was more to my tastes. Riders paraded before the crowd in tight formations, demonstrating expert control of their mounts at the front was young Skaneateles riding high on his charger. No longer truly a boy, he seemed on the cusp of manhood. He was better than the lot of them, and despite my reservations I found myself glowing with pride, as I watched my grandson, suddenly, a gasp of horror ran through the crowd at the far end of the beach. A pillar of black smoke was rising into the blue sky. Aena stared at the fire in horror, then took off toward it. The ships were burning. By the time aeneas reached the fleet. The fire had already spread to half the ships the TROJANS leapt into action, forming a chain from the sea to the boats, buckets of water, were passed hand over hand, and hurled into the blaze, but the inferno was growing much too fast to control I saw the of despair cross my son's face as he realized that the fleet would soon be lost turning to the sea, he fell to his knees and began to pray. I'd seen his father. Do the same on another beach years earlier after the heartbe, Colli. No made her grim prophecy. She cursed the Trojans to wander for years to come until they grew so hungry. They nod their own plates in hunger. And Casey's had prayed to Jupiter to counter her warnings, and to deliver the Trojans to their new home without delay so far at least it seemed that Jupiter had not listened. But aeneas prayed anyway with his fleet, burning behind him, and his comrades racing against hope to staunch the flames waves. Them soaking as close chilling him to the bone of course, wind whipped his face. Still he prayed, and this time Jupiter answered. The men had been so hard at work. Their leader so focused on his prayers that no one had noticed the black storm clouds gathering overhead they burst suddenly unleashing sheets of rain on the fleet, the trojans watched in wonder as the flames slowly dwindled and died. When the last flames had been extinguished, aeneas appraised the damage. Four ships were clearly beyond repair reduced to black skeletons, but the other fifteen appeared to have sustained only surface damage from the fire, he turned to the watching crowd, and in a grim voice, said who is responsible for this. While, the rain fell aeneas captain's interviewed the Trojans who'd been closest to the beach. Several people had seen a group of Trojan women near the ships before the fire started, the women were rounded up and brought before aeneas they stared at the ground, glancing nervously at one another until asked them what had happened. One woman stepped forward. Seven years have passed since troy foul, she said defiantly seven years that we have followed you across the sea, and how many more still lay ahead look around you. Land is good enough. Why not throw up walls right here and be done with it? AENEAS! His eyes widened as he realized the horrible truth. You were so desperate to end this journey that you set fire to our own ships. He said in disbelief. The woman's face fell. We never would have thought of it ourselves. She said in a voice, dripping with shame, but a priestess came among US stirring our fears, and filling our hearts with anger. It was her plan from the start, and she spoke with such conviction that we would have followed her anywhere. Aeneas expression darkened. And where has this priestess gone? He asked. The women all shared frightened Lux then they turned as one and pointed up to a rainbow curving across the sky. So they had been visited by Iris that goddess of the Rainbow a pretty thing, but not much conversation. She serves Juno as a loyal handmaiden and Messenger. This scheme had Juneau's smell all over it. She'd sent Iris Among Aeneas his ranks to corrupt the women's thoughts, and drive them to burn their own fleet a treacherous plot even for her I known she was still fuming over her beloved died does death, but this filled me with worry if she was this determined to keep a Niaz from his destiny, what might she have in store next? I could not sit by and watch any longer. Something had to be done. As I considered my plan, aeneas faced his own decision that night he walked along the beach, consumed in dark thoughts and worries. The women had been driven to sabotage by an outside force that much he knew, but their complaints had been their own. He had dragged them across the world, and brought them no closer to safety. How long could he expect them to keep going? He stared out across the sea into the darkness. Somewhere out there was the land. He sought the place where he would one day build a new city for a Skaneateles and also the city. He'd left behind. Troy, even now he could picture his old home. It's great walls and arches had never been far from his mind the fields where he played as a boy, where so many of his childhood friends had been killed in battle, his father's house. He was mired in these thoughts of the past when he heard the voice barely audible over the crashing waves and howling wind, it whispered a single word. Aeneas. He froze, searched the darkness, but Salmi Moonlight, reflecting off the waves, or was that all it was? Father he gasped. The barely visible shade of an Casey's was hovering over the water in front of him. Aeneas the ghost, whispered again. I would speak with you. Aeneas lunged forward into the water, fighting against the waves with every step, but anchalee's ghost kept drifting further away. I'm here, father, he shouted. What is it you came to tell me? Not here came and Casey's voice. You must visit me in the underworld. Go to the symbol of Kumai. She will bring you to me. Aeneas gaped mind reeling with questions. He did not know who the symbol of Kumai was, or what his father needed to tell him so badly, but before he could ask. A wave crashed over him, sweeping him off his feet. When he came spluttering back to the surface and kyw's, Z's ghost was gone. Coming up aeneas travels to the land of the dead now back to the story. Go to the symbol of Kumiai. She will bring you to me. That was the strange message delivered to aeneas by the ghost of his father and Casey's. He did not know what could be so important or would it transpired to allowing Casey's to speak across the Vale, but aeneas did not question if father had summoned him, this dutiful son would answer, so the fleet embarked once more leaving behind the four burnt ships, and those trojans who had lost their stomach for the voyage. Aeneas bid them. No ill will. As he left, it was fitting. He thought that Trojan. City should stand at Drepung. Num The place where his father's bones had been laid to rest. As the fifteen ships sailed north, I looked ahead and saw black squalls forming on the horizon more of Juneau's handiwork. I had never known an Olympian to be so petty. Juneau's sent my son one misfortune for another. She hated him with unchecked to passion I because of our old grudge, he was my son and a Trojan and the Trojans had slighted her once she had destroyed their city over an insult, and even that had not been enough. Because he spurned her beloved Daito. Who killed herself in response because he would father the Romans the. That would wipe her beloved Carthage from the Earth. I knew then that it would never end. No amount of my son's suffering would sate her thirst for vengeance Norwood, the word of the fates convinced her to put an end to her cruel crusade. So far I've been satisfied to watch my son's voyage from a distance intervening from time to time to keep him on course, but Juno had forced my hand. If she wanted a war with my son, he would not fight alone and neither would i. When the titans were overthrown, the cosmos was divided between three brothers. My Father Jupiter became the king of Olympus watching over land and Sky Pluto was put in charge of the underworld. Hades and Neptune took the see some fear. Pluto most for there's nothing that shakes mortal hearts more than death, but his world has its own order horrible, as it may be Neptune on the other hand rules his lair by laws, not even I understand. I've heard it whispered that the Titan stock flows thicker in. In his veins than either of his brothers, and I believe it, but it was Neptune's realm. My son sought to reverse and his help I needed I swam down into the inky darkness past sharks and whales, and strange creatures that had never been seen by mortal is until a single point of light bloomed in the deep as it grew closer, a great tremor shook the see a powerful shockwave slammed against me, slowing me for a moment, but I pushed through it. My uncle was home. When the fleet reached Kumai, aeneas told his captains beach the ships and prepare for a short stay. There were streams for fresh water and woods to hunt until he returned. The men protested insisting that they accompany their leader, but he would not be swayed. The next part of the journey was his alone. The civil of Kumai was said to be a priestess of Apollo older and more powerful than any Oracle through rumor and whisper aeneas had learned where he might find her. He went up into the mountains until he reached a wide basin once long ago, it had been the mouth of a volcano, but now it was a dank and dreary marsh. Through the swamp, he went until he reached the place. He sought a large cave, surrounded by black standing water, the air around it was thick with noxious fumes, and no sounds of waterfowl could be heard in its vicinity avair nece. They called it the place without birds. He found the old crone inside already in the throes of her prayer, she lashed and world chanting in a language he did not understand her voice seemed to come not from herself, but from the very walls aeneas looked around, and saw that the signs of the cavern were carved with one hundred twisted faces, mouths agape in wordless howls. The SYBIL world to a stop in front of Aeneas. Son of the goddess, she moaned you who have suffered much at the hands of Juneau? Your journey is almost at its end, but you're suffering has just begun. Then she told him what she had seen through her smoke and incense, how aeneas would arrive safely in the land of Italy, how a great war awaited him along with a new home some things he had heard before others he had not, he listened patiently to it all, and when the symbol was done, he asked her one more question. Would she take him to his father? The symbols lips curled into a wicked smile. The descent to hell is easy. She Croaked. The return is another matter. She sent him into the marsh to cut a golden bough from the base of an Oak. When he returned, she had brought in four black heifers, aeneas watched as the Sybil cut their throats, drained their blood into bulls, spreading their entrails the cavern floor once she'd rendered the animal's fat and poured it around the pattern. She began to chant and dance again. The symbols prayer continued well into the night. Aeneas watched for a long time, but he soon grew weary and sat against the wall to wait. The first rays of dawn were just breaching the cave when the Earth began to tremble aeneas led to his feet, as a violent wind swept through the place, the hairs on his next stood on end, and the Sybil shrieked with laughter, allowed crack shook the cavern. Aeneas threw his arms up to cover himself as rocks tumbled from above. When the dust settled, he saw a narrow gap in the cavern wall, tendrils of White, missed reached out, beckoning him inside. Bring Your Sword, and your courage, said the civil, and she stepped through the opening. As aeneas was entering the underworld I was passing through the gates of Neptune's palace. I found my uncle in his great hall, seated on a throne of shells, a tangled greybeard fell around his shoulders like a net of seek help. He fixed me with his lethal is, and in a voice like breaking waves. Asked me why I'd come. Oh I, said the goddess, whose fury knows no bounds. Perhaps you've sensed her unleashing storms up above I thought the see was your realm, but she seems to come and go and do as she pleases. The see God's nostrils flared with fury I could see that this was news to him though he would never admit it. What business is it of yours? Who I allow in my domain? He growled. I paused then considering my options. If he caught me in a lie, he might turn against my son, and with how much see still lay ahead of the trojans. He would make a worse enemy than even Juno so laid it bare. It's my son Aeneas I, said Juno has stalked him all the way from Troy. Nothing will save her thirst for vengeance. She's bent on keeping him from his faded city. Neptune laughed. None can change what the fates have wrought. He rumbled, but that hasn't stopped her from trying I insisted. If you don't care that Juneau disrespect your territory, consider one who has shown you nothing but respect. My son has always treated you well. He has made suitable offerings to not invoke my anger answered the see. God My favor comes at a higher cost. My heart dropped wondering what it was he might want. It did not matter. I needed his help so I told the see God to name his price. As I parlayed with Neptune. My son was standing on the Bank of Dark River, awaiting transport into the land of the dead of throng of Shimmering translucent goes. It's crowded around him staring longingly at the distant shore. A small skiff was making its way across the river propelled by a God old ferryman in a filthy to nick. As he neared the bag, the shades lurched forward groping for the boat with such urgency that the ferryman had to beat them back with his OAR. Once the masses had retreated. He pointed to a few of the shades and beckoned them forward the Sybil seized, aeneas his arm, and dragged him forward through the crowd. Stop right there growled the ferryman when he saw them. This is the land of the dead, and it is the dead I serve I do not fairy living souls. That's enough Keiron said the Sybil curtly. We don't come empty handed. She reached beneath her shawl and produced the Golden Bough that aeneas had caught the ferry. Men's is blazed with fury, but he gestured for them to climb aboard. Aeneas clambered on as quickly as he could trying not to look back at the moaning shades. Karen pushed off from the bank, and within moments they were being swept down the river. I wish that I could have accompanied my son. On that perilous journey, Habeas halls are not meant for the eyes of the living, but aeneas courage did not fail him, if he trembled at the site of the three headed hound service I could not tell you, but he waited patiently as the symbol through it drugged bread, and when it fell asleep, he clambered quickly over its slumbering body. They passed quickly through the Cave of the infant dead, though their ceaseless Wales tore at my son's heart, they hurried past the souls of the falsely accused waiting patiently in a winding line for a second judgment, but when they reached the fields of morning I knew my son would falter their weight, the souls who were killed by love, those poor mortals who burned too bright, who were consumed by their passion, and driven to despair, and there he found her his beloved queen of Carthage. Daito. He gasped when he saw her my queen. Don't let this be true. How did you come to this horrible place? What happened? She did not respond or even meet. His is the light that had once blazed in them, so brightly was gone. A candle burnt to the wick. She stared at the ground, stony and silent. I prayed that my son would move on leave. Daito in the past where she belonged, but his eyes were sharp, and he saw the truth, he saw the bloody wound, where she'd plunged his sword into her breast, and the marks were the flames had whipped her arms. He saw it all and knew what he had done not for me, he pleaded. You didn't do this for me. By the stars on high never would have left if I'd known if I'd choice at all Oh, Daito, won't you say anything? But she would not respond or speak a single word, no matter how many tears he shed or promises, he made. Eventually. She turned and stalked wordlessly away into the gray forest. Aeneas dared after her overcome with guilt and despair. The hour is late, said the civil. Who'd been watching through all of this. Your father waits. With that she turned and hobbled off, aeneas rose and followed. Coming up aeneas faces his past and future now back to the story. At the request of his father's Ghost, aeneas visited the symbol of Kumai and asked her to guide him into the underworld. He saw many strange things on that journey, nightmarish creatures, hoards of the dead, waiting judgment in endless winding lines, even Daito the woman he had loved and spurned. was there having killed herself after his departure from Carthage? Aeneas begged her forgiveness, but she gave him none. As this transpired I had my own task to attend to. I visited my uncle Neptune and begged him to grant Nia safe passage for the final leg of his journey, the King of the deep fixed me with his gaze, and told me what my request would cost. One life he rumbled one human life for all the lives in this pleat, for that I will call the raging sky and see not even Juno will harm your son while he's in my domain, a reasonable price. Is it not? A difficult question reasonable means a different thing from one century to another Olympus had grown so civilized. I'd almost forgotten the days when offerings of livestock and riches hardly turned God's head, when human blood was the only currency accepted by the immortals I thought those days were over, but Neptune was an old God stuck in his old ways. My son would never have agreed to it that much I knew he would have struggled on suffering whatever storms Juno hurled his way content to plod slowly toward his destiny. He got his patience from his father. I'm afraid. While I considered Neptune's price, the Sybil lead aeneas deeper into the underworld. They had reached the field of Fallen Heroes Trojan, soldiers turned and stared as he passed mouths agape in wonder everywhere aeneas looked. He saw the familiar faces of men who had fought at his side. Why have you come to us? Yes, they called stay awhile. Aeneas moved on though it broke his heart to do so. They came to a fork in the road. Aeneas looked down the path leading to the left, and saw a great archway, a winged figure perched above it draped in blood, spattered robes beyond the arch, the sky crackled with red fire, and aeneas heard a cacophony of. Sounds Distant Groans and Wales the crack of whips the rattle of chains, and a great grinding wheel of stone, the civil pointed a bony finger toward the arch, and said there lies Charteris final home of the damned king. rhadamanthus of Crete holds power. They're distributing judgment and punishment to the wicked. He has all manner of terrible creatures at his disposal. The fury's and the fifty headed Hydra and more there you will find the abyss twice as deep as Olympics is tall where Jupiter sealed the titans long ago. then. She pointed at the other path which led to the right and said we'll go this way. They reached the fields of Elise Eum, where radiant spirits basked in the light of a soft son, aeneas, saw joyous faces, all around generations of trojans loafed in the shade, their voices sparkling with laughter, while a band of Mary musicians played the lead musicians strummed a liar and sang in a dulcet voice. What dost make the cornfield smile, and beneath what constellations should thou plant thy little seeds, and make administrations to wheat to elm to vine, and steer the fruit of all creation. This is the theme of which I sing to every Greek, and Thracian this song was writ, or will be writ by one whose name you know well, it's not his best, so judge him not that Roman poet Virgil as my son near them. The Lyre player lowered his instrument. Aeneas took in the site of this man, his Thracian Robes his seven stringed liar. He had never seen his face before, but he knew he was in an instant. orpheus, the legendary singer long before aeneas was born, he too, had traveled the underworld as a living man in search of his lost love, his song had shattered Pluto's icy resolve, and won him the right to bring his lover back to the realm of the living, but when he lost his nerve on the return and looked behind him, she vanished forever. Son of the goddess, said orpheus. This is a realm of joy. Why do you bring us such dark clouds? Aeneas shuddered to speak. I have seen things here. I did not expect he whispered ones. I left behind one sent here by my own hand. Why did the gods take them and leave me to carry on? orpheus put a hand on aeneas shoulder. Your comrades deaths are not yours to carry, and neither is die. Does some love is doomed? Take it from one who knows better than most look ahead. Aeneas never look back. With that orpheus struck his liar and launched back into his ballad. And now the bees youth thrifty bs. I now shall sing your praises and how to farm your honey whilst avoiding lacerations. The poet walked away his melodious voice floating over the fields. The symbol of Kumai placed a hand on aeneas his arm. It's time she said. And Casey's was waiting for our son. Atop a high hill, overlooking the valley, aeneas embraced his father with tears, streaming down his face in a choked voice, he began to tell his father of all that had happened since his death, but and crises stopped Tim. My boy, he laughed. I did not summon you here to discuss the past, but to show you your future. And Casey's gestured to the valley below aeneas looked down, and his eyes widened, he saw sparkling rivers, fields of white lillies, and rising from those fields was the most magnificent city he had ever seen. Great stonewalls towered into the heavens taller than even the walls of troy at its base was a great throng of people of every race and nation, all looking up at aeneas in admiration. Who are these people? What is this place aeneas asked. This is the city. Your children's children will build one day croaked old. An Casey's and those are your descendants look among them, and you will see countless heroes yet to be born Romulus and Remus Julius Caesar. Caesar Augustus. They will conquer the Greeks. Yes, the ones that burned troy will neal to the children of Trojans. Even now the waters of the Caspian seat tremble at their approach. Aeneas took in his father's words shaken by the scope of it all his destiny had been laid bare before him, and he could scarcely comprehend it, so he stood there staring down at the valley until the Sybil called him. It was time to go. And Casey's hugged aeneas once more and gave these parting words. I brought you here so you might know what you fight for and leave the past behind. Troy is gone. Look to Rome. Aeneas nodded and wiped the tears from his eyes. He turned and followed the Sybil upwards into blinding light. Aeneas left the Sybil at her cave and returned to his fleet. The men were overjoyed to see their leader cheered when he gave the order to raise the sales. They had lingered long enough. As they headed out into open water. A Patch of grey clouds menaced the horizon to the north. Aeneas fell asleep to the sound of distant thunder. Certain that Juneau's Raff was waiting for him. When he awoke the next morning, he was surprised to find clear blue skies, and not a cloud in sight. Luck it seemed had smiled on the Trojans at last, but my son's elation lasted only a moment in sorrowful is his crew informed him that the fleet's best helmsmen, an experienced sailor named Palo Nuris had fallen asleep during the night and tumbled overboard. Aeneas was surprised at the news. For Paula Norris had been one of his best. He was grieved to say goodbye. T at another comrade, but there was nothing to be done. A strong northward wind board down on the fleet, filling their sales, and offering to spur them on their way, so they put grim thoughts behind them and continued up the coast without delay. I was glad that my son didn't know the role. I played in his affairs this time. He would not have been pleased to see me. His poor helmsmen into the deep, but one life for a fleet was cheap and I paid it gladly. Sometimes the old ways are best. Neptune kept his end of the bargain. And aeneas saw no more bad weather for the next leg of their voyage. They sailed up the coast until low supplies forced them to drop anchor in a river. And the S led a party of hunters ashore, taking his son as Skaneateles with him. After a day's search, they still had not managed to find any game, so they rolled out blankets beneath the tree, and prepared a rough picnic from their stores, stomachs rumbling, they heaped upon slices onto squares of tough flat bread and began to eat. As Grim, as their journey and present circumstances were, the crew was in good spirits, escapist, laughed suddenly, and pointed to his cobbled together meal. Look, father, he said. We're so hungry were eating our platters. Aeneas paused his meal. Half eaten. His sons joke stirred a memory. The heartbeat Carolina said those very words. When she made her grim prophecy that the trojans voyage would not end until they ate their own plates from hunger, he had heard so many prophecies on his journey I from the ghost of his wife, as Troy Bird around him, then from the Oracle of Apollo the symbol of Kumiai and finally from his own father. Each almond had brought more hardship another task or trial another year on a thankless tse another day facing Juneau's Raff, every prophecy had brought some version of the same message that the fates had spoken a great destiny, awaited him, and it could not be changed. He could journey bravely towards it or fight it and be swept along against his will. He was caught for better or for worse in the tides of fate. My son chuckled to himself. The heartbeat had meant to curse him, but she'd been the best prophet of the lot. He was hungry us. He'd suffered, but he was alive. Somehow the Trojans came through it all and were still fighting. His suffering was not a punishment. It was a reminder that he still lived. His trials were not roadblocks, but signs that he was on the right path the path of fate. If the only choice was how he faced his future. Then that was enough. He would walk his path gladly until the end of his days. As a niece thought this, he happened to turn, and something caught his eye in the far off distance, he stood slowly taking in the sight of the land stretched before Him He saw Rolling Hills, sparkling rivers and fields of white lily, the same hills, rivers and fields he'd seen while standing beside his father in elise em. Tears Sprang to his eyes. He could see it all the walls. They would build the reaching towers, the sparkling city of future, wrong a new troy. My son was home. Thanks for joining us for this special episode of mythology, as we retell the Aeneid this Tuesday will continue the story of aeneas, as he fights to protect his new home against his most formidable enemy. Yet you can find more episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free on spotify, not only spotify already have all of your favorite music, but now spotify is making it easy for you. Enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone, desktop or smart Speaker Distri mythology on spotify just open the APP and type mythology in the search bar. Bar If you enjoy mythology, you'll love my other podcast. Tales Tales presents fairy tales the way they were originally told Orly and unadulterated traditional fairy tales aren't exactly suitable for children and every Wednesday we dive into another dark classic tale mythology will be back on Tuesday with another epic story mythology was created by Max, Cutler and his podcast studios original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler, sound design by Nick Johnson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, carly madden and Aaron Larson. This episode of mythology was written by Andrew Kelleher with writing assistance by Greg Castro. I'm Vanessa Richardson.

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Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (2nd June 2019)

OC Talk Radio

1:02:10 hr | 1 year ago

Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (2nd June 2019)

"And now an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive guy take these off right. What is this? This looks good wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair yeah. Where did you get good stuff solid? That's not veneer that solid stuff aggressive can't save you from becoming your parents but we can save you money when you bundle home and Auto Progressive Casualty Insurance Company affiliates another insurance discounts not available in all states or situations the people of Britain. I'm here to speak to you about a subject of considerable gravity a subject that affects each and every one of us I refer of course to our a great nations continued failure in the Eurovision Song contest the B._B._c. have asked me to unite kingdom in a quest to bring home the Eurovision crown once more. I have been asked to write the song but where will I be in this. One of you. Volunteer wanted to see it so ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country by contacting our website. The comes a time when everyone must do their duty. Your country needs you. Thank you good evening tonight. You must elect one of these. Three finalists represent the U._k.. At your vision could known somebody's career tonight. The activities will carry the nation tokes daunting in Moscow arena and before android ever song two hundred million then turn our weight on that state. I want to win this. I believe I can do it anymore. Ratings me choose carefully. Your country needs uh-huh welcome to Forest F._M.. In the Eurovision showcase I am your host cure in our associates and this is a very special special episodes where we take a look back ten years ago to the renaissance of the U._k.. At the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nine hello this is Surrey from the United Kingdom. Hello this is Lucy chose from the U._K.. Hello this is Michael Rice from the United Kingdom while listening to European showcase on forest <music> taste and G._p.. On the way maybe Sir chance there we all we cover of beyond say's Deja Ver. It's my a favorite beyond say soccer muster met and to be honest with you. I didn't know about that song until jade performed at the U._k.. National Foreign or the very first week yeah how sad is that. I need to get out more. Yes we're going going to pay homage to your country needs you. The United Kingdom National Final for the Eurovision Song contest two thousand nine. Oh yes so we're going to be playing or the songs that jade sang through that amazing January two thousand nine shoulder when it happened for four weeks yes for weeks and we ended up with three finalists which was obviously jade who ended up winning and going to Moscow to represent the United Kingdom with the Diane Warren Anna Android Web Song. It's my time and of course we will hear the two different versions from mark and the twins if you remember them indeed we do sir but we're going to do so we don't end up. I playing the three different versions of my time in succession one after the other because you've probably drive you mad. We going to do the one I that <hes> technically he came in third yes sir. I'm talking about mark. Mark came third after he signed his version of Moy time while they will did in it was a vote and mark came third blessing so it came down to the twins and jade's at the end but so we're GonNa have marks version of which is the U._k.. Your vision so two thousand nor his oems those days on Nah. I've got though I've earned the right to show you. It's it's my time. It's my time. It's my time my Jonah radcow yeah well. It's time and there's nothing I'm afraid I'll show you. You've answered its breakthrough. I've made face strew Nah. I've got to each to show you. It's my time to did some time in my mind. I'm not GONNA and there's nothing novel off. I'll show you ooh uh uh-huh <music>. It's minds. Eh Hello <music> on <music> Yeah Yeah Uh and so that's the polls with love comedown that came fourth in the U._K.. The national final in nineteen eighty nine it did and that song was written by Joe and poorly Ortiz. No bad a loved in the nineteen eighty nine contest the U._k.. National Final no brilliant I it was quite stall Saturday actually <hes> one of my favorite song so not national final is a Song Chol back in the groove by Frankie Johnson. The moves were epic absolutely absolutely epic and <hes> oh I'll play the song for you a little bit later on but my goodness me cheesy as heck butts my goodness me. It's so catchy and I will put a link up on our facebook page of that amazing performance by Frankie Johnson. What legend is okay now as the weeks progressed for Eurovision? Your country needs each year the U._K.. National Fond of two thousand nine J. Julian was making an impression on an incredible impression. Sorry much fat I went to go and see the second serve so it was practically the quarterfinals of <hes> the Eurovision your country needs you and jade signed an amazing version of the voice within yes all now. This is a great great vocal performance and j just shows off her mazing recourse of course with us and then wonder why she did so well in Moscow sir. Let's pay song from the second week of your vision. Your country needs you. It is Jade U._N.. With the voice with the younger Dome Ah Young Tease will dry also when you're safe home of the Ooh uh-huh uh-huh <music>. You're listening to Eurovision showcase forest F._M.. Win Though is I I never needed anyone and making enough just for fun days the friends I'm no Eddie's ought to be sometimes I o insecure they do more uh-huh incredible vocals add J. U.. N. Way the all by myself very celine dion. Don't you think Roy okay. We're going to have a rops for engine request very very soon but coming up next is time to hear the the song that well the version. It came second in the U._K.. National Your country needs you two thousand nine. Yes we go into hair. The twins Urgen of it's my time. Take a listen to this Louis show. It's yeah aw shoe. aw i've made of the show donald <music> uh matt i guess the twins it's my time here you're on the eurovision is show case coming second in your country needs you two thousand annoying home the b._b._c. <hes> i'm an i'm when they they actually took notice and as she wanted to do well at eurovision yeah we need to get back to this type of <hes> maybe not necessarily this type of project next jay's contest but we need to change things up so badly for when we go to the netherlands next year's eurovision song contest just like last week basically going to be preaching to over the but some we just so badly need to source his house and actually somebody was talking on the o._j. e which is the official through eurovision fam- page for the united kingdom and will fan members there and there was talk about maybe during an actual protest it's works i'm sometimes doesn't it when you do protests <hes> sorry maybe it might be worth or going out so i i'm why are you can have <hes> and <hes> and getting placards out there and telling the bbc sorta out for next year even if it's an internal selection i don't mind if we don't during a national final next year <hes> we just need to i need to do something different so badly different and <hes> friend of the show rory delaying <hes> <hes> has written an open letter to be asking for change up <hes> and of course you can check out his blog which is an amazing block i'm roy's website is eurovision apocalypse dot blog spot adult common you can follow him on twitter at e._s._e. apocalypse <hes> all roy you are truly amazing and individual i love it right so it's now time to dive into maai rob's two hats it is time for the most random officer requests yes it's a part of the eurovision showcase each week which my husband gets to pass out to get trump and he's got two hands so basically inside these houses bits of paper and one of those countries and then the other hat is got his and saw take one out of each wind up making a eurovision song and hopefully it will be a one that would work in the eurovision song on <hes> sir let's do it and we're gonna do it country i a pero half the country is both to garlic we've got ports ago okay and the net grabby rob his including two thousand nineteen we now since it's been two weeks since two oh two thousand sixteen can't do that one they withdrew off the twenty fifteen came back in two thousand seventeen and ended up winning we need to do another thank you oh yes we can do this one nineteen ninety-five <hes> this is told through representing portugal with vanilla and chocolate foot <hes> joel klatt that yes the song is inspired by urban music and when smoke off sporran and the feature features crew singing to his sweetheart it's with white skin <hes> while musing on their interracial relationship to growers is blank <hes> he suggests that this could only have been made possible by the intrepid maritime history of their that country and things about the spices cultural knowledge that he bought back to portugal as a result of this issue yes now we such a deep meaning song you authority to quote well but sadly sadly only came twenty first with only five points i'll give you a little taste of what the lyrics say okay suck your grandfather was in these parts my grandmother was here to <hes> love is the entire ocean and your perfume is immune moonlight might taste is coffee the sweetheart with white screen at white skin you are the cream in my doc t it's sweeter sweeter than honey a mixture of vanilla and chocolate a white seagull was found in those southern lands sweets and musical people whose tropical singing made the dream and the see blue aw he's this is a really sweet song i think it's pretty underrated myself live performance great st division not bad either banning so what i wanna do now is pay play hi to you this portuguese entry ninety-nine five just to let you know how many points they got so as got five points four points from france and one from greece that resist sorry portugal serves opinion much more so the canes third lost underneath rumors the hungarian song which i'm not going to try and pronounced because he's incredibly difficult <hes> hig natve of eggs has allen i think that's it and then germany came last with only one point from motor stolen stone with the valley bit ish which means in love with year apparently <hes> <hes> so then in the final of eurovision nights ninety five there was there wasn't a grind fine with is just fine or there wasn't s._m._e.'s or anything like that in nineteen ninety five they had the <hes> <hes> basically non-qualifiers from previous devious con of previous contest is paid and then the returnees came back who couldn't participate in nineteen ninety four because of nineteen ninety three's by results so portugal gave ed's eight points to sweden when it's ten of which was <hes> young johansen was sipa may i'm not looking at any sauna saying <hes> the ten points went to the united kingdom that was love city groove we've love city groove and the twelve points from portugal went to the eventual winners there's no way knock turn by secret garden sir hair is portugal nineteen hundred five rubs random request talk cruise with bois put chalk la which means vanilla a- and chocolate must WPRO guy for their bank Galveston has my since version two should saw new mind in twenty five bagged the gold be men. Thanks Sean wasted yeah <music> and aw how cool was that talk cruise with a shock gala yes okay Sir Portugal nine ninety five is in the Berks- now let's continue with our Hamas ause to your country needs you two thousand and nine well Jay did manage to get to the semi finals and she performed this amazing amazing version of a refer Franklin's think this is good stuff and come back with a winning so let's go back to <music> fever. Yeah You keep doing uh-huh they are genuine man with think and it's now time to have the song that went to Moscow. I've represented the United Kingdom as two thousand nine Eurovision Song Contest Eight J. U.. N. With its Mites is in those days. Uh Oh the signs and thing on so breath I made in my very strong I this <music>. It's there's the thing ah yeah <music> alone. You wake up with bottle your hands because we know lost and you see you in Las Vegas Time Autism in our road thinly like see some zones were building burning down uh-huh the sir. The three were building burning. World uh-huh quake doom and Laura with Verona Curry Emma Lee underrated in the second emme fallen all of your vision twenty seventeen and Kiev Ukraine a the jury's despised it but the tele voters loved and it's absolutely so be criminally underrated not impressed eurovision north one of those complete injustices that we've learned to love being Eurovision Fan. Haven't we really yes. Yes well speaking of Eurovision. Let's take a look at the latest headlines of this week in our Eurovision News Roundup. Yes it is time for your Eurovision inch showcase news today on Sunday the second of June two thousand nine with May Keiron Arita Shiites. I yes Portugal have one. This is Barbara dex award. Yes Ferrand Conan or Isis. I received the highest number of votes and he was chosen as the most notable dressed contestant. This year's Eurovision Song contest in Tel Aviv Israel becomes the successor to I._Q.. Juan the would last year yeah for the former Yugoslav Republic of Matt's earning sticking with Macedonia the brand new country North Macedonia have been been very hashtag proud of tomorrow Tabasco's his performance at Eurovision coming an incredible seventh place and he and Tamara to that Scott has been honored by the brand new Prime Minister of North Macedonia is owed on Zeh Save the bidding process for cities who wished to host the Eurovision two thousand twenty in the Netherlands has started and practically every city in the Netherlands has put in a bid to host fits so you raise your breath where we could it be thankful to be Rotterdam anywhere Rome basically Liverpool Rhone couldn't it Dr Rude who represented Finland Issues Eurovision Song contest sadly coming Ming lost in the first semifinal look away and with his singer Festoon Raymond. We'll be actually going on tour in the fifteen sixty taught rights around Europe and the United States now Nicholas Yourself who represented the Czech Republic last year has released a brand new single and its board ACAPELLA and face. The music video is very tropical so that is your Eurovision showcase news. I'm Karen Our A._C._S. and and this is forest f._m.. Happy Eurovision to all the Eurovision fans out there why don't join J._p.. And the team of Radio International for a weekly trip through the world of the Eurovision Song contest there'll be lots of music artist interviews and regular features including the covers and the night market now on your web browser or even better subscribe to the Podcast W._w._w.. Dot Radio DOT TV at you never have to miss your favorites. euro-asian radio shows me hello. This is Donna from Ireland. You're listening to Eurovision. She'll case forest F._M.. In my me denuding the unknowing y'all in the okay it feels good. Nothing the need you stu changing a breakthrough lose wrong yeah yeah <music> two the <music> SPA who represented Iceland in two thousand seventeen year vision that was her latest single back from January two thousand nineteen that is Comma Ma yes bought written by S- follow herself Ingo Gilson Robin Elmore and call in D. Endon so they we all great tune and very very current nor swans follow so before we have this week's live and kicking hair on your vision showcase on forest f._m.. As promised let's play you the most campus and probably the most cheesiest song ever to take part in the U._K.. Eurovision national final back in nineteen eight thousand nine here is Frankie John Sern with the puck. You may accompany repaying this. I'm overcome with emotion. We really really cool back in the gird our back in the groove by Frankie on Sun and you'd have to look at this performance on Youtube is absolutely hilarious. ooh All can be nope. <music> by now not and much is to host nothing positive the now the don have and we're now rob happens now it aw can be the home now ooh back standing doc <music>. Hey this is look at any from Switzerland's. You're listening to Eurovision showcase on Forest F._M.. And just my sunk. She got me and Choi when she when she she we know Hello Oh this is slow from Denmark and this is my song. It's called novus forever. You'll be enjoy it is for yeah me too hi. This is kettering do Scott from Greece. You're listening to your vision showcase on forest that and this is my song better love enjoy online and on ninety two point three F._M.. Vase as Forest F._M.. It is time for live and kicking. This is a part of the Eurovision showcase where we play a song live from Eurovision itself and this week we are going to play the song from nineteen ninety four duets sweats song for Norway by Yawn via Danielson amazing man amazing voice amazing just presence and the awesome at Elizabeth Andrea Song. Yes this came fifth Norway in nineteen join seen ninety four and no six because motor came fifth yes anyways to them. Committee <music> scene uh-huh <music> aw AH yeah <music> such an amazing songs such a beautiful language Norwegian and that is no way nineteen ninety-four Donaldson Elizabeth Andrei Asana with coming sick for Norway nineteen hundred four well. Thank you for joining me here on hurry touchy for this very special episode of the Eurovision showcase right here on Forest F._M.. Your country he needs you two thousand note. Yes a Hamas to win the U._K.. And the BBC in particular took it seriously for once have you could join me next Sunday at five pm for Eurovision crankiness but that's it for me. I love you dacha of Wi fi the same slant dubbing Sanya and see you soon to it online and on ninety two point three F._M.. Vase as forest your burgers coffee table. If you WANNA eat a burger put on a bar follow your instincts to be for the new all American cheese voter fresh juicy fiefs fast tillage crispy around the edges covered in Jewish cheese and stacked to the ceiling with deliciousness and knocked that baby Dow with a frosted beer at the bar. Just us like the Sports God's intended but new all America cheeseburger at Buffalo Wild Wings. Please drink responsibly introducing the new buttermilk crispy chicken biscuit at McDonald's.

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The Abduction of Persephone

Mythology

39:32 min | 2 years ago

The Abduction of Persephone

"Hi, everyone. I'm thrilled to tell you about an unbelievable new show on the park cast network. It's called extra terrestrial and it aims to answer. The question. Are we really alone in the universe and stay tuned? After the show to hear a clip of the first episode on the nineteen sixty one abduction of Barney and Betty hill to listen to the full first episode subscribe to extraterrestrial wherever you listen to podcasts. New episodes come out every Tuesday. This episode features dramatization in discussions of kidnapping sexual assault and violence against children that some people may find offensive we advise caution for listeners under thirteen. The palace of a loose s glowed in the mid day sun, the ruler seal ES stepped outside to take in the city view. It was only a modest city, but it was prosperous and the streets were fragrant with incense from his palace. He could see farmers journeying to and from the market. The year's end would be bountiful just then a mighty wind swept through the streets of Ellis. When it reached Celia us it bit right through his skin. This was cold. Unlike any heat ever felt before over the next few days villagers came to cry at the throne of Celia us. Their fields were barren the cold had hardened the earth and the crops already planted withered into fruitless stocks. His eldest daughter Colli AFI turned to him. Garments wrapped tightly around her quivering. Shoulders. Is there anything that can be done? Surely, if this cold persist are people will starve I will go pray to demeanor. Take your sisters and fetch water before it freezes client, the gathered her sisters and together they made their way to a well called the Parthenon or the virgins palace. The normally bustling square was unusually empty by the time they arrived Colli a-this stopped dead at the site of the well above the well grew in olive tree. The only green they'd seen in weeks and beneath it, a Stroud woman was crying. She was old beyond measure her skin cracked and dry. Like the parched. Farmlands just outside looses, pardon me. Hello. Do you need help getting water? Are you hurt? Where do you live the old woman stirred and looked out from beneath her cloak? She may have been old but her eyes were bright as a spring morning readings children. Thank you for your concern. Is there a place within these walls that would house a bereaved mother? The four young women escorted the krone back toward the city centre. Little did. They know this old woman was the precise cause of the horrible drought. Welcome to mythology on the park cast network. Every Tuesday, we present dramatic stories from ancient mythology and explore their origins. I'm your host and narrator Vanessa Richardson today, we're focusing on per seventy the daughter of Zeus and demeanor goddess of the harvest for seventy is the personification of vegetation and the cause of winter every year, new episodes of mythology release every Tuesday, and you can find us and all of park casts podcasts. Wherever you listen to podcasts at park cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. We also now have merch head to park cast dot com slash merch. For more information. Action. Something to note in this episode all Greek myths have many versions and variations we've selected those we fell to the most dramatic and entertaining and supplemented them with additional research into Greek traditions. Per seventies. Most well known story is that of her origin in it. She's a young goddess snatched away from innocence and stolen from her doting mother. This story is historically referred to as the rape of any and has been depicted numerous times in western art under that same name. It's important to note. However that this is an archaic use of the word rape. The origin of the word comes from the Latin robbery which means to snatch to grab or to carry off in many older forms of English such as medieval English the term was used interchangeably between sexual assault and kidnapping two quite different levels of trauma per seventy was a virgin maiden goddess before her kidnapping, and though every God on Mount Olympus sought to court her. She preferred the company of the female nymphs who. Served. Her mother. The crowd of nymphs scampered through the plains of MISA. They were ASEAN IDs spirits who presided over the natural world at the center of the group was there. Dear friend percents any who they called the one with the delicate ankles per seventy was not an ASEAN, Ed, but the daughter of demeanor goddess of the harvest demeanor loved process any more than any fruit or flower and would only leave her beloved daughters side, if she knew the oh CNN nymphs were there to look out for her. The nymphs task was to paint, the flowers assigning colors to each pedal, demeanor conjured from the earth as they did this. They could not resist picking some for themselves. Why lady percents any did you send a Paulo away the other day? He's the kindest Olympian of them all kindness Olympian is still an Olympia n-. Apollo swears fidelity, but would court one. Of his muses the second. I look the other way. What about Hermes I hear he pledged himself to you as well. You gossip too much besides what would I want with a husband who was never home? I could not tie him down and his wing shoes could not pull me away from my flowers or your mother, or my mother, she loves me more than my father does. That's for sure you mustn't say such things about Lord Seuss mustn't. I. They continued through the fields picking flowers as they went for seventy could not wait to show demeanor. What beautiful flower she had painted and pick today in her bundle were roses, crocuses, iris, blossoms and hyacinth. But she soon forgot about all of them before her sprung, the narcissus flower of astonishing beauty dazzling her eyes with golden light. She gave a quick prayer of thanks to guy. Her grandmother for letting her see such a sight. But guy oh was silent. The flower was her doing but not her request. It was a favor for one of her sons as per seventy reached toward the narcissus the earth opened up around her the nymphs fled disappearing into the breeze like leaves in the wind, but percents any did not move. She did not even screen she remained rooted to the spot as the chasm widened per seventy watched four horses emerged from the earth. Pulling a massive golden chariot behind them. And then she saw its occupant. The eldest son of Cronos known by many names, Haiti's Agassi Laos Lord of the underworld he reached out and seized per seventy by the waist lifting and depositing. Her onto the chariot behind him as the horses reared to plunge back into the earth for seventy finally found. And her voice to scream lords Zeus. Zeus did not hear her. But when per seventies cries reached demeanor, the goddess of the harvest felt her heart begin to break, abandoning everything she flew to the planes of Nisa to save her daughter. When Demeter finally reached the planes all was still. There was no chasm in the earth. And the flowers were undisturbed, however, listening closely she could still here for seven these screams echoing on the breeze. Demeanor heard someone approaching behind her and wheeled around. She found herself face to face with three women attached at the back deform strange circular person. This was had caught a goddess of crossroads and witchcraft. What happened here got? I heard your daughter and the CNN sprawlking past my cave a moment later, I heard a scream, and they were all gone. I did not see what it befallen her. But I felt the earth shake whatever came for your daughter was powerful. If your withholding information from me, this is all I know. I swear I adore your daughter and with never wished to see her harmed. Let me help search for her in no mood to refuse help demeanor allowed cocktail to come with her together. They scoured the earth searching every cave and plane for the missing maiden for weeks. This went on their search eventual. Lead them to the only possible witness Helius God of the sun working above the earth. He saw everything and was able to report that per seventy had been kidnapped by Haiti's Helius had been unable to stop it or even come find two meter for. If he stepped off of the chariot pulling the sun every life on earth would die after hearing her daughter's fate demeanor flew to Mount Olympus. She found Zeus at dinner with a mortal man sitting across the table from him. His name was Tantalus, but she paid him. No mind as she rounded on the Lord of thunder. The seventy has been taken by your older, brother. About time eighties found himself a Queen. I was worried for him to not muck me Seuss. My daughter was up -ducted by me our daughter. You knew you gave processes away to the Lourdes of the tent. It is my right as a father to choose who she weds. My brother is honest and fair and will their lives among corpses per seventy needs to be on the surface with flowers and fields. And you go to the underworld and tear her from Haiti's myself. If I have to your roots don't grow that deep demeanor. Do not make empty threats to me I gave my daughter to Haiti's and that is the end of it. I intend to honor my bargain, you will regret. Making such a bark lark by words soon. You will be begging Haiti's to release her. With that demeanor. Strode out of the banquet hall, leaving Zeus to wonder what she meant with that cryptic statement. Coming up. We'll see how percents any reacted to her sudden and aggressive kidnapping, and how her mother worked to force Zuse's hand. There's this great company out there called upstart that is revolutionizing the way you borrow money by rewarding you for your job experience and education in the form of a smarter interest rate, you see most loan companies make their decisions based on your credit score and history. But upstart believes you're more than just a credit score. It would make things so much easier for me of upstart had been around when I was first starting out. Trust me, it's tough to get a car loan when you don't have any credit, but upstart makes everything easy. It takes less than two minutes to check your rate and it won't affect your credit score. Once your loan is approved the funds are transferred to you the very next business day. That's how serious upstart is about getting you the money you need us the money to pay off student loans or consolidate your high interest credit card debt into one monthly payment. Whatever it is up. Start is there to help? Hurry to upstart dot com slash mythology to find out how low your upstart rate is checking your rate only takes two. Minutes and won't affect your credit. That's upstart dot com slash mythology. Now back to the story. Per seventy clutched onto the back of Haiti's chariot as it plunged deep into the earth. She watched the sky dwindle into a pale blue dot as the ground closed over their heads her is adjusted to the darkness. But there wasn't much to see. She could just make out the dole glitter of mineral veins running past them like rivers through the cold stone, walls, the horse's hooves rushed over the ROK with practiced lightness as if they'd been bred to make this journey growing. Dizzy, she fixed her gaze on the back of her captors head dark and implacable. He only glanced over his shoulder occasionally. And when he did he'd whip his head back as if embarrassed to meet her gaze. What do you want with me Hades did not answer her? Did he even hear what she said? Suddenly the horses. Slowed to a steady trot the rock around them expanded into a gloomy underground cavern beneath them an underground river of inky black water flowed. She had heard of this place, but as a death list goddess, she never thought she'd find herself here they passed the river sticks. Or was it the Acharon the river of pain? She could never keep the two straight squinting her eyes. She could see the ferry Lulling in the water behind them. The Ferryman Keiron stood at the prow guiding the vessel onward, and then it was gone out paced by Haiti's steeds. Per seventy almost screamed again, but her voice caught in her throat looming ahead of them was a monstrous hound with three giant heads staring down at her with bared teeth. A main encircled all three as the figure grew closer. She realized the main was not made of hair it was a main of snakeheads winding from the hound SCRUFF. Welcome fair process to the underworld. Please don't don't worry services already eaten. He's actually quite a pleasant beast. Once you get to know him. See I think he likes you already as the chariot passed the monstrous dog per seventy heard a mighty thudding coming from behind it. Then she realized it was the dog's tail slapping against the stones ahead of the chariot percents. Any saw Hades palace a dark structure rising from the earth until it melted into the stalactites on the ceiling. This is your new home my home. What would I do here rule? I want you to be my Queen. I want to see my mother lady demeanor is welcome here whenever she deigns to visit. She could never come down here. She ab- horse death to venture. So deep underground would be impossible for her come sit Haiti's guided her inside the castle to a gilded thrown a piece of expert craftsmanship. Second only to his own per seventy briefly wondered what long dead architect Haiti's had pulled from the depths to craft this chair. You must be famished. She was but she did not wish to grant her kidnapper the satisfaction. So she shook her head no water. Even now, I want you to be comfortable here. I won't lay a hand on you without your permission, an easy thing to say when you've already taken me from my home taken you were given away freely by your father. I assumed you knew did you perhaps not perhaps I was afraid you'd dismiss me like all the other gods. And I knew I wanted your beauty beside me down here to bring some warm to the land of the dead. I do not want your hospitality. I want to go home. This is your home now. And my hospitality will remain here. Should you change your mind? The Lord of the underworld bowed to her and withdrew per seventy sat wondering what was to become of her for the first time in her immortal life. She was alone. Miles above ground, demeanor had abandoned all her duties as goddess of the harvest and gone into self imposed exile shrouding herself in grief. Intern crops had withered and the dirt grew brittle and impossible to farm the mortals did not know how to react to the bitterly cold winds. So whole cities went silent huddling to their fires in hopes that the chill would pass. When Demeter arrived at a Lucius, she appeared as a week old woman, the daughters of Celia found her by the well where she introduced herself as dose. Oh, a woman from Crete when they offered help. She asked only for work the girls brought her to the palace where met an IRA Celia says wife was struck by Dimitris warm presence and agreed to hire her without a second thought exhausted from having to care for an infant on top of four adolescent daughters. Met an IRA had offered a lavish salary to dose. Oh to mind her youngest child each night when meta naira and Celia went to sleep they left their child with Dosso for brief moments while cradling the child in her arms, demeanor was almost content child. There there. I cannot wait to see you grow into a straw, and handsome man, young demo phone demeanor wished to repay Celia says family for showing kindness to her after minding the child for weeks. She made a decision demo phone would receive the greatest blessing. God could bestow a human demeanor would make him immortal. Every night when meta Niagara and Celia went to sleep in their chambers. Demeanor would pluck phone from his crib and anoint him with Ambrosia, then she breathed the breath of a goddess over him and placed him in the fireplace between the burning logs. By the gods. How much did you grow less night? He looks strong as an ox doesn't emit an IRA. I knew there was something special about this woman. You must stay I wouldn't dream of leaving. But in the back of her mind, she knew if she did not leave this family soon. They would die every day the earth grew more barren, and she was beginning to doubt Zeus would give in and the more. She lived among these people the more guilty. She felt about the suffering her grief caused them daily. Tell me ceus how do people fare not. Well, our crops were ripe and ready to harvest but this drought caught us off guard. I see but do not worry though. So we've been praying and making sacrifices to the gods demeanor. Goddess of the harvest will soon see our plight and make the crops bountiful again disguised as dose. Oh, demeanor hit a frown. She had no spirit to save their crops. Later that night demeanor made democrat on promise as she applied. His nightly dose of Ambrosia when you grow into a man demo phone, I will pass on my knowledge through you, and your people will never know such hunger. Again, once again, she deposited the child into the flames. What are you doing to my demeanor world to see meta naira in the open doorway staring horrified at the fireplace? Up next demeanor is forced to face her own negligence. If you enjoy learning about creatures from out of this world, I really think you'll enjoy the park cast networks new show extraterrestrial it explores the tales of alien encounters that millions of people have reportedly had those who claim to have had encounters certainly believe what they saw even if they have no proof extraterrestrial will analyze possible scientific explanations for these encounters as well as answer the question are we really alone in the universe. The first episode on the nineteen sixty one abduction of Barney, and Betty hill is out right now you can look for upcoming episode spotlighting reptilian humanoids, Roswell and the nineteen seventy seven UFO invasion in Fort Benning. Georgia new episodes of extraterrestrial, come out every Tuesday, search for and subscribe to extra terrestrial. Wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. Now back to the story. Lost in her thoughts. Demeanor hadn't noticed the Queen before demeanor. Could react met an IRA dough for the fire and wrenched her baby free from the flames. Menton IRA couldn't hold onto her child and fell to the floor. Clutching her own singed hands demo phone lay on the floor. Thrashing his legs helplessly in the air. What's going on Celia appeared by the door sword in hand the site before him was surreal his wife cradling her injured hands his baby rolling on the floor and the nurse made standing by the fire looking aghast DOE. So was starting to burn a phone alive. Is this true? Joe show gets rid of her. I never want to see her again, do not worry. You will never see me again. And with that demeanor cast aside, her shawl revealing her true form, I am to meet her goddess of the harvest you have squandered my gift to you. You son was to be an immortal now he will remain just a man. To wither and die like the rest of you Celia and met Anaya fell on their knees. Forgive us demeanor of the harvest we did not know ignore humans. I can see now what is to become of your people. The people of Lucius will fight each other in a great battle and many will die met an IRA was so shocked by demeanor sudden transformation that she had completely forgotten about her child lying on the floor. But her daughters had heard his screams and rushed into help their baby brother when Demeter laid horizon on the girls who showed her such kindness. Her heart softened is there anything we can do to. Appease. You a wrecked. A temple for me at the foot of your crop Lewis? I appreciate your kindness. When you knew me as Dozo, but show me the respect. I am out. Now that you know, my true name. Celia spam did not hesitate that morning they began construction of d'humieres temple, which they placed on a prominent hill. So it would be the most imposing structure in all of loose when it was complete. They made burnt offerings to demeanor and prayed to her constantly to end the piercing cold. Demeanor. Did not answer them. She lived in this lavish temple like a hermit. There was only one thing she wanted and only one individual could grant it to her. On the top of Mount Olympus Zeus was in a bind. He had brought thunder and rain to the earth in hopes of refertilize ING, the soil, but without demeanor, the dry ground remained as unyielding as a rock all over the world, people were starving. And while he would never admit it to anyone Zeus was afraid afraid of the deadly toll of demeanor is grief as sacrifices grew more scarce. He was forced to wonder what was a God. Without anyone to worship him. Below the earth per seventy was completely ignorant of the Cold War being fought over her. She had her own war of attrition to worry about. It was hard to tell how much time had passed in the darkness. She had given up searching for exits Haiti's palace was completely inscrutable. And every time she tried to leave. She found herself back in the throne room her hunger and thirst were deeper than ever and her. Resolve was beginning to crack after all it wasn't so horrible down. Here. Hades was kind and though he was unskilled at small talk. He was attentive to her needs as she allowed him to be once she got used to the lack of flowers per seventy could even see a life for herself in the underworld. There was a strange dark beauty to the place. And then someone came to see her. Through her magical craft headquarters, the goddess with three faces had found her way deep into the underworld in her search for per seventy percent was thrilled to see a familiar face in the gloom, or rather three million faces personality, are you? Okay. Has he hurt? You know, I'm fine. Were you sent by my mother? Well, your mother has not been seen in months. The earth has grown Barron in her absence ordeals are starving because of me because of Zeus and heydays because their trickery in Erickson's because they will not allow her to see you. Oh, oh, I've seen alarming number of souls crossed the river sticks. I thought it was common. But I suppose. Oh, no. Why would my mother do mortals to this fate? Just because of me, she loves you per seventy. Stephanie, and that is the only kind of love Zeus respects, the kind that ravages and leaves bodies in its wake will he relent? It's hard to say he's proud but not stupid. He'll probably given before everyone on earth is dead. Can you get me out of here? I can but I cannot promise safety from Zeus. He would capture you and send you back here. The moment you see the sky stay with me. Then I need a companion or even just someone to talk to Lord Haiti's is distant the goddess of crossroads found herself at a crossroads. She could either return to the blighted surface or stay below and help this poor stranded. Goddess, I could never leave you behind. And so he took up residence in the underworld as per seventies. Confidante? Haiti's entered per seventies room one morning, or at least it felt like morning for seventy had just awakened. But there was no sunlight to speak of in Hades palace. The Lord of the underworld wore his usual, inscrutable expression. Will you join me for breakfast? I will not eat, and I will not force. You all I ask is your company percents any joined Haiti's in his dining room and had to bite her lip when she saw the feast laid out before her fruits and vegetables of all sorts lay in glimmering dishes of pure, silver, next pitchers of Ambrosia and nectar the Lord of the underworld was generous. But then again, she was his only guest. You're looking much happier. Lately processing having someone to talk to must be a vast improvement, especially when that someone has three faces you knew, of course. I let hukou through. So you'd have a friend down below. I realized you needed more lively conversation. Oh, why do you refuse to eat? I will not eat until I rejoined my mother on the surface. Of course, it is your right to feel this way. Why didn't you ask for my hand the same way Apollo or Hermes? Did did you not wanna bride who had come with you of her own free? Will you know, the answer to that question? I've never taken a maiden down here. Mortal or immortal mortals greet me with fear immortals with disgust. I have spent so much time alone. I'm a stranger even to my own brothers. But I'd rather it be this way. Why would you rather have a husband like my brothers Zeus the God of thunder and ill-temper who ravishes young maidens whenever it suits his fancy. Do you want to become Hera neglected bride constantly at war with the one? She married. They're all alike up on Olympics. You knew this. I saw you reject the Palo and Hermes, and that rejection is why I fell in love with you just because I could not love in Olympia. And does not mean, I will love you not really. But there's one thing I have that. You'll never find on the surface. What is that fidelity? There's no loyalty or integrity in the sky, the earth or the see my brothers belong to the shifting clouds and the changing tides their passions as unpredictable as the realms they live in. But my domain is death death is constant companion. As Haiti's spoke per seventies is glided over the feast before her hunger tore at her stomach like a caged animal. She took up a pomegranate and held it in her hands passing it from one to the other Haiti's looked on not touching any food himself. As they ate Hermes the messenger. God sped toward the earth from Zeus palace following the exact same route Hades chariot had taken only a few months ago, he passed into the underworld with no interruption or Haiti's Hermes. What can I do for you your brothers? Zeus commands you release his daughter at once. And which daughter would that be my brother has so many it's hard to keep count the one you took to be your wife. Yes. I'll inform her at once wait here. While I go, fetch you will you Haiti's left, the inpatient Hermes waiting and travel to his queen's chambers. He found her sitting deep in conversation with Kati. Your father has decreed you are to be released at once. Are you going to do anything to stop me? No, go and be with your beloved flowers. I imagine they're missing you by now that moment percents any gave Haiti's the last thing he expected from her a smile a minute later. She was gone leaving the Lord of the underworld alone. Once again. Hermes carried per seventy to the surface as fast as his winged feet could carry them when they burst onto the barren earth per seventy was shocked by what she saw the fields where she had seen the beautiful narcissus were now only cracked dirt and her breath formed clouds when she ex hailed this was unnatural. And then she saw her mother the goddess of the harvest appear over the nearest hill. The two of the met in the center of the plane in a loving embrace seventy. I have missed you. So have I I will never leave your side again. But as per seventy spoke, demeanor smelled something on her breath, a certain sweetness that you. Eat anything while you were with him. Just a handful of pomegranate seeds why you will leave my side you'll have to what why food grown in the underworld is not like food on the surface only the subjects of the underworld Kenny that safely. So if you ate something. Is there anything that can be done? I'm not sure it was only pomegranate seeds four four pomegranate seeds to take the edge off, my hunger and thirst although demeanor bristled at the idea they were turned to Olympics for Zeus to decide the fate of his daughter during the hearing Haiti's made a rare appearance on Olympics when she saw her daughter in the same room as the man who kidnapped her demeanor felt a flood of rage the feeling deepened when she saw her daughter exchange, a look with the God of death was that affection. She saw in her daughters is Zeus. It was only four scenes please forgive the transgression only four. Then process shell atone for only four months, four months, many blessings Zeus, I was not finished four months of every year for one third of the year per seventy you will dwell in the house of Hades and the rest of the year, you may live with your mother or wherever you see fit. Once a year per seventy would leave her mother and spend the four winter months at the side of Lord Haiti's one month for every seed she'd eaten during this time, demeanor grieved and the world grew cold and unyielding. However, it was not a deathly drought. Like the first winter demeanor kept her promise to young phone and passed on her knowledge of agriculture. Soon per seventy was happy during her months with Haiti's. She presided over the underworld as an equal to her doting husband whether winter or summer per seventy found love in every season. Percents. As love story was the Greek explanation for winter. And why it was a fool's errand to try and plant crops during those months per seventy was worshipped most as the cause of the seasonal change. But commanded just as much respect as ruler of the underworld in this. She's something of an enigma. Amongst Greek goddesses. She's married to a powerful God. But her rule is neither subservient or antagonistic to her husband. In fact, in many of the stories, she appears in she's treated as his respected equal, for instance, when the musician Orpheus saying his way down into the underworld to retrieve his beloved Giridih percents any overrides her husband and gives the grieving poet a chance to retrieve his love in another story went to receive the wisest man alive died and went to Haiti's. She allowed him to keep his famed wisdom even in death. And though, this is rare in Greek myths, there's no infidelity between Haiti's and percents. Any her presence alone was enough to soften Haiti's, cold heart, and she seemed to truly find love for him during her stay too, many this made her a symbol of hope and mercy in the afterlife per seventy found love for both Hades and demeanor, and thus gave the Greeks a model for appreciating both winter and summer, death and life. Thank you for listening to mythology new episodes of mythology come out every Tuesday, and you can listen to more mythology and all of par casts. Other podcasts on apple podcasts, Stitcher Spotify, Google, play cast box or your favorite podcast directory. If you enjoy the show the best way to help us is to leave a five star review while you're there. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created by max Cutler is a production of Cutler media and is part of the park cast network. It is produced by Maxon Ron Cutler sound designed by Ron Shapiro with production assistance by Paul Moller, additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Carly Madame mythology is written by Maggie admire. The amazing cast of voice actors includes by alphabetical order. Mike Kaposi, Jerry, Courtney Elstein, Kimberly, Holland, Harris, Markson and Brooklyn server, I'm Vanessa Richardson. And here it is a clip of the first episode of extra terrestrial, it's about the nineteen sixty one abduction of Barney and Betty hill. I hope you enjoy it to hear the full first episode subscribe to extraterrestrial wherever you listen to podcasts.

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BEST OF #447: Judd Apatow (originally aired Oct 2016)

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I'm the one in charge of cleaning it up. And can i tell you this in terms of what. You're not looking for out of a pet and weaving backed ear. Synthetic turf fem- abroad philly to my son's football game the last Saturday and it was outta town and it brought my son and my daughter there and we're watching the game and a little girl was playing with fail sort of off that where the parents were sitting off the sideline. There's a bit of a space between the sideline of the football field where the parents were all sitting because we're trying to find some shade. We're back about eighty feet. Because it was pretty hot day. And phil got loose and phil took one of its nice loose dumped right on the astroturf and right in front of everybody and the problem. Now when i'm taking phil for walk own go and he plops down on. Somebody's lawn and does that. Hey i only got one bag. And i do the best i can. Yeah but i ain't getting in there with You know one of those Eyebrow combs or something getting it all out its best efforts. You know what i mean. Yeah and that's that's about it. It'll rain at some point. But when he does it on the astroturf with your kids playing football playing football. He's not on the field he's just in front of all the prying kids could run out of bounds into the now but it's also they see the consistency of yeah and so when they see that someone took Milkshake with some tapioca pudding and spilled it. All of the astroturf and they see me go by and give it one pass with the pag wayne down. Would you do not wayne done. But not your mouth water. I i literally go get like my water bottle and like seltzer. Water dump with go to the car and get some paper towels out of the trunk like of course you know. Everyone's i'm on. I'm on the jumbotron. Yeah so there's that. I i just send. It's kind of a weird thing but i just send an email to the Nanny olga gone. hey Can we do like next at petco. Can you pick up something. I can we sprinkle something like so. It's a weird thing where it's like. We're ron kinda week. Four feels got diarrhea. All right got insane idea but they could be parasites and things were all kinds of stuff. You know vetere. Maybe a little bit action. Well i'm not sure. Why the busiest guy in the house what. You put a tweet out for chris for a veterinarian to help us out with the canine diarrhea. Yeah anyway they he. He has his spells and it goes back and forth. But i feel like this should land in someone else's lap be nice. It'd be really aware of it. Well there not cleaning it up. So i'm walking the dog mainly it's what i'm saying. They aware of it. I got the announcement fell had diarrhea parchment or was it. Yes it was done by the town crier have box. Yeah he came. He rang a bell. Pull out a scrawl shoes with buckles. Yes feather quill Thank you it was announced to me. I think on sunday by probably by. Oh oh sorry. Hold on a second better yet. better I went to i. Almost i told us on my podcast. But i didn't tell you drew. I almost started crying sunday morning. Because i had gone to seth macfarlane's birthday party on saturday. Night seth cranks up the big band and by the way when the big band is rolling it to fifteen to twenty in the morning yeah. There's no party that goes. Were wrapping up. We gotta get out here. You don't realize when the band shuts down that's the kind of all right. Pack it up you know light. Turn the house lashawn something that festive and enjoyable sets. Got my in the whole time as singer. Dean martin song and you don't realize two thirty in the morning but it's two thirty in the morning. He's still have on his tennis court there and put that accent as it moves up above that. Now there's a more intimate gatherings either way i roll in it Three am they've had a cocktail or to the party. And i have to wake up at eight forty five minutes out of town. Get the kids to get everyone together. Come over here and start podcasting. And then i agreed to fill in for jay leno hosting some car thing and like noon that day. Like you couldn't when you've had no sleep in your hung over and I come home at three thirty at three three thirty at night. An old guy is like asleep on the sofa and she gets up and she goes fills got diarrhea. And i said okay. I don't my options. Are now. Because i've put him outside. Tear up all the lawn furniture. If i put him in. I said fine to let the flop fall were right. I went to bed at three thirty with you know. Fill on on top of means. He's he's apt to do and at about five thirty. He gave me a hard. Paul wakeup like now now and i walked him out. Open the back door. And he went running out so when he went running out. I shoot them. Okay that's the diarrhea. I then shut the door. And said i gotta go back to bed. Stay up nurses dog. I got to work two jobs on sunday. The leno kick my podcast. I went back to bed. He does what he always does. Which is if you lock him out. He punishes so he brought up a bunch of sticks tormo up torp some lawn furniture and a rug outdoor carpet. You lock him out. You get punished and then i came and i got up. I was blurry eyed. I the kids. I made him breakfast. I got the dog. I packed everyone up. A came here sunday this now sunday morning. I did a podcast that drop the kids and the dog off at the other warehouse to watch football. I was gonna run over there real quick. Shout some things out at the kids. Before i went to the car show to fill in for leno and when i walked in crap all over the place i got down was doing the was using a doughnut box. The other guys had bought they bought. It doesn't and the hostess box. I had the i was that was so i was using the mop. Maputo scoop it up back there. The other got now with big lid using a scoop. Now you have to picture this. The guy's cousin sal and company then don't know what's going on there just watching football games and eating and and my shop. The kids are running around having a time. Let's out of town. I know i gotta go host this leno thing up at the pasadena design center and blah blah blah running on fumes hungover. I start. i'm down on my knees. Unfortunately i've dressed up a little bit. Because i gotta go host this thing. You know. i'm down on my knees. I'm trying to clean this up as i get it scooped up and i'm trying to carry it out the door. You know throw just literally put it outside here. Phil comes in and takes another down right next to me and i i just. I almost drew. I almost broke down. Like i literally. Just what have i become. What is this. What is this what are we doing. How does this go work. You didn't go god. Why are you punishing me now. I said what. I said what i always say to anybody's near me. I said i had no idea. I didn't know i'd be fifty two. I'd be a millionaire. And i would spend forty percent of my life like cleaning stuff up like tally. Put that away what he did. Why's that out now if you look for your blow up microwave if you make a burrito and it blows up in the microwave you have to all right. I'll clean it this time like cleaning. Refrigerators out. That's a good portion of what i do is simply cleaning organizing and then people can do this all the time like a adam. You're not doing it right. You got hire a crew or a guy or whatever it's like what do you mean. A crew dog just took a dump all over the floor. I my kids can't do it. Cousins it's not cousin sales job i i would never tell my system clean that up. Yeah like now. What do you want me to do like yeah. It's one of those when it comes to like the shop it's all the organization is like pictures old pictures wedding you yours. The that's dad's pictures. The kids pictures old side. Hey there's a sign an old gas station sign you want to put on ebay. You want to throw it out. You wanna put it up on the wall like who's doing this. You're you're some guy. You hire on craigslist here now. You just everything all day every day. Weird yeah but you can't avoid it as you're saying how did you do the rest of the day i went in i went up to Go do the one up to go. no jeddah app towns a online to all right. We'll see if it's jeter not I went up. Did this show and for the guy at end of the parking lot was like who are you. I'm here to host much. where's your pass. i have a pass. i can't let you well. I'm not on a list that anything i got when you hear for again. Just tell people tell somebody japa- town yes sir. Hey judd how you doing. I'm doing good. You know i was on twitter. 'cause i'm addicted to twitter and it said you're taking calls and i thought i'd call in and find out how not to be addicted. We had been calling last week. We talked about today on keiron of kevin and bean. We we I don't want to be a one up or but Alec baldwin called in once doing the same thing so evidently there's a lot of celebrities that are just hanging around on twitter. Trump is right twitter's great communication mechanism. Oh my god it's it's totally ruining my life. I do the same thing every night. I'm in my room. And i'm on twitter and then i'll go to my fourteen year old daughter's room and she'll be on twitter and i'll go get off of that ruining your life by room. Check the tweets. I got while yelling at her for being on twitter. And then that's cycles for hours do you do you get horrible tweets. Also like like the rest of us are pretty nice. I love the horrible tweet. Soon as someone tells me to screw off of here we go i it. Can that be antisemitic enough for me. I love it. I love it i i don i was thinking about it. I think i want to dominate. Like i like knowing. I'm smarter than somebody so awful to me. i'm so happy is it jed. I don't let me graft my personal feelings on to you but tell me if this rings true it all for you andrew. The part where they go. Hey you're dickhead in your your mom meets bad pussy or something i go. I don't care but the part where they misquote you. You know what about that. You're such a hypocrite. And you're like you're always talking about this and you're like i'm never talking about that like do part where you're misquoted or misunderstood that gets me get you judge. What gets me is when they're when they like criticize me and they're correct. Oh like we'll be debating donald trump and they'll go well. Your movies are eight minutes too long. Every time i furious. I probably shouldn't i should not tell people this but since i've said it ten times i'll say it in eleventh. Hold people all the time if you wanna screw with me and somebody recently did this. I read our view of some movie. I did on amazon. I go if you really want to get to me. Here's how to do it. Don't go minus ten stars. I hate that guy. I wish his kids would die go. I'm a big fan. Usually love all his stuff. This wasn't his best effort two and a half. Oh that's brutal brutal right. 'cause the minus thousand stars you gotta we just gotta hater. Yeah here to start with. I normally like judge hate that. Yeah i love it. Painful when they're accurate And then somewhere deep in your soul. You know they're right. That's that's that's how they get you. I'll give judd by the way. A little plug judd. Appa town friends large theater. Oh that's tonight. No no it is as you as you hear this judd who are friends and what are you. What are you doing. And i know you started. Well i should say when you're doing trainwreck. We were talking about you getting out and getting up and doing doing stand up. I believe is this part of that. yeah you know. I've been doing standup Consistently for about the last two and a half years and i do Benefit largo once or twice a month. This one it's a ten o'clock show with an old friend of mine. I'm not allowed to say who it is. But you know who it is adam sandler. I can't say who knows. Maybe it's rob schneider when you know who it is. We by the way judd. I you know what. I was thinking about you the other day and the reason i was thinking about you is I have a movie. That's coming out another documentary. And i'll get you copy if you like and i think you'll and i was just thinking. Geez it's weird. You sit around. You know all these guys know jimmy. Kimmel has six million twitter followers. And i've started sitting around going. Well we're going to do this movie on our own. Or and. But i said but i was probably a few people i could reach out to and ask them. Hey could you just shoot out a tweet you know. Let people know where to go to get the movie or whatever it is. And i was doing a standup show in new york. And i asked judd at the time if he could do a little shadow little tweet out in my my half and he was like absolutely and i was just sitting at my desk thinking. About what a mench judd appetite is just the other day popped into my head so you don't have to reply to that. Just let it wash over you judd and let it. I think that's the most fun thing about. Twitter is out of the blue for no reason at all. I can aggressively promote todd berry. Stand up and you must get. How many followers do you have john I'm a one point. Seven million so that's a lot drew. You gotta lot. Yeah what do you got three point two three point two but if he shoots a tweet out right now no one will answer no answer a hate or the bunch of hate i only have five hundred thousand and i must say i don't get much negativity but if i go on jimmy kimmel live and i do. The angry tweets thing though. They find a baker's dozen to choose from. I feel like i've muted. Everybody that doesn't like me when i like. It's funny you say that i. I thought i'd put up a new policy and start blocking these people. The fine tremendous joy in it and then they inspire fifty other people to start firing at you to try to get blocked to really. Oh come on. I've never blocked anyone. I don't know. I i in about three days ago and just been under fire ever since like i. I get very little like it used to be. I would say something. Negative about trump. And i'd get hundreds of tweets and now like at one guy. But judd what what other than the live show. Your guys always got ten projects going at the at the same time What's next what's coming out next. What what do we should. We look forward to one of the main thing Right now is i produced an off broadway show with a for this Great comedian. Chris gathered And it's called career suicide and it's about his life it's a one man show and he talks about his alcoholism and his mental problems and his suicide attempts. But it's also really funny and Very relatable to people who've just had serious mental issues too goes and it's kind of oddly hysterical because he just has a funny perspective and he's really reaching out about it so you can get tickets to that at a career suicide show dot com but it's great it got a rave and the new york times. He has a talk show on the channel. He's really great. But that's kind of becoming your thing. And i don't mean that. Put you in a pigeonhole kind of way. But taking you know. Amy schumer and taking her life and taking all her foibles and then putting out there in a comedic way. Yeah i like to be the first person to try to figure out how to crack the code on how somebody would be in a movie or a tv show. It's not as much fun to be the twenty s movie for someone. It is sometimes certain people but it's really fun. If someone's never started a movie to go how would they be a movie star. Like why would i want to see. What is it about their life. They should talk about You know that is the most fun i say. That's interesting well. And and being. I dunno i say you know but fairly responsible for this phenomenon known as amy schumer like i mean. Obviously she was out there. But i think judd was played quite a quite a pivotal role at her. Well she brave in her writing. You know very few people. When i sit down with them to work on a script have the courage to really dig deep into their emotional issues and come up with a comedy about them. And that's why. I think the movie came out so well because i said her. What what. what's your issues. Why are you having trouble meeting a nice man and having a healthy relationship and she just told me and and then she put it in the movie while i was just watching it on cable and laugh and the other day. And it's it's it's got quite a nice Rotation on i don't know if it was. Hbo showtime watching on but anyway. Hey so judd. I'll tell you what since you got stuff up in out in coming around and stuff. Why don't you come around and do my show and do drew show and come in and do it do it in person when you when you got some. I'm happy to talk both. Show business all of my physical problems from right on i will. I will have my assistant matt. Send you out a blu. Ray of the new documentary. I think you'll enjoy. I've asked one question. Has to get pissed off about but that Last thing you an hour talking about any change in that no no okay got it. That's a rough one. Yeah i got a new one to talk to you about all right. Give me a call now. Doesn't let me communicate with the world until he's done with a couple of hours now. Yes okay all right take care guys thank you send you out the the twenty four hour war everybody and The rest you. that's kind of fun. I like the idea that people just randomly call into this show. It's awesome it's a it's a fun world we're living in right And shut app is such a good guy. 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Yeah no they were physically attacked me or anything but they were not fantastic described the jacuzzi at that. One place in sunland wherever was locker center being. I if it were a slick vomit on top. I feel better about it now. That'd be nice. Yeah philly cheese steak out there now. What i'm saying is i've had roommates. That were my main beef with all my roommates is most of them were lazy. Like i think. I would literally change out the water heater for seven hours on a saturday and they would sit on the sofa and just watch me. Walk back and forth at tools back. But i wouldn't even offer to help like it was a weird. I could never do that. Yeah not wired but anyway go ahead. Jack actually one question real quick. I know you're pretty pro-trump I noticed there's also like a hillary clinton commercial every time. Every time i play podcasts off the website enough that was your decision or that was like podcast one but on their. It's podcast one but my thing is like i'm not really pro trump. I certainly don't like hillary at all but as far as if she wants to give us money. I'll take it. I don't care if the same way felt bound mountain dew. Like i'd talk shit about mound. And then they offer me some money to commercial. They did it like i don't. I don't know that to not to restrict critical political advertising. Doesn't feel right to me. I i understand the people are like. I'm vegan and i'm not running a burger king commercial but on the other hand you're probably making a little too much about yourself. Yeah you know what i mean. It's like what we do. Look i have a business. My business is podcasting. I try to get ears and then podcast. One tries to sell advertisements to those years. There was something called the puppy. Nater where we through puppies into a giant grist and jain mill and flash shot out the other side. I might have to talk to those guys i might. I might know but as far as the rest of it goes luck. And i do like look when it comes to on it or i use on it project. Rich uncles i met with that guy. Howard he told me about it. And i liked the truecar. Yeah half happily we have good ones. Yeah valvoline and stuff like that this stuff. I like stuff. I use people. Send the stuff out. But i'm not you know i'm i'm trying to pay bills here and i'm not i'm not. I'm not here to restrict speech. Thank you go ahead. Sorry i figured podcast one thing but yeah I i haven't had roommates story for you So basically I was working with a guy for about. I wanna say or not about four years and One one day some hold on the thing. It's too fast your smoke detectors too fast if it's fake me. Yeah the beeps. I'm i'm pointing each input. I wanted to see if you could just be coming to quickly. Their food loud also to be a little loud. it's It's it's like twenty eight to thirty four seconds years just went about fifteen seconds. That's too fast. Yeah okay. 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Yeah he'd been drinking wine at the time and You know the trainer. Did you know scott. What's wrong with that trainer when you mean that's georgia is still made to do. Yeah you're alcoholic now but he didn't know that and i didn't know that at the time so You know and long story short. You know the things that i started noticing. Is you know he was working a lot too. And we're trying to get the house together and he had just moved into a big house and you know we had people coming. Put up the gate and all this kind of stuff and then you know he'll work till like five in the morning and only get a couple of hours sleep and i just assumed that was why he was like so cranky and grumpy all the time and the first month i was there i was i was still working with the client so i wasn't there during the day so i didn't really see this so I took like a month off to help him. Get his stuff together and That's when i really thought start seeing the scott coming into play. Because he was drinking the scotch just like he would drink wine and large amounts and is he doing it at while. The sun was shining and stuff like that. But at the time i am i didn't really even realize it know like my first indication that he had issue is when he was drinking wine one morning we were going to church and he said oh you know. Can we stop at the store to get some line. And i thought i just thought he was joking. Wh what is what was worried about golic so long story short we win it in a big fight. I moved out And i use in a drunken rage. He literally took my computer. Throw it in. The water took my external monitor through it in the water. He called the border told them not. Give me my dog back He threw my luggage out the window. i get that i get a miami. I take the next dollar. They get back to miami Where i actually live in. My dog died at the airport. Jesus why hope it was a service and it was the first all right. Well i like ninety percent of the year so my dog goes with me volunteered. Stay consistent Yeah i know. I feelings about your time at the airport very mixed mostly positive but all right and one of the crazy people like to burden everyone on a plane. Good thing is. I travel ninety percent a year of the i do feel. Oh you don't take the dog. I don't know i don't go home. I was in la for three months. Like i put in the crate and put it in. Put it down below but alright. It's gone now. There's nothing we can do sushi john. And there's nothing. I think we say they'll bring back. But listen sara sara. What's going on where we're going. Yeah i it sounds chaotic. It sounds it. Sounds whatever but what's going on with you. This guy is a piece of shit fine. He's an alcoholic okay. What what's up your forty one. You're getting involved with these guys that there's a lot of chaos going on you're taking a month off the same. You're getting a personal trainer. There's a lot of the sort of Dependency florence nightingale going lawyer. I listened to audio book. Get you recommend doxygen dakota pendency blog so it kinda got me a little more you know in that line rates and And then going to a therapist but the problem is like i keep having a lot of anger about issue and like three three months ago trying to figure out how to like you know. Get that out of my system. Let me tell you this sarah. I really do think that. I've been thinking about this a lot. And i. i'm a realized i get. I get what you're saying you know especially the drunken outbursts with the throwing the computer and stuff in there. That is one hundred percent. That person's foibles. You know that's on them. Start them them although she you chose him. And it's your computer that went to davy jones locker but that's them you know what i mean and you really in life people whether it's being cut off on the freeway internalizing it or having a drunken guy going to a crazy rage and you internalizing that you can. You can go ahead and feel the part where it's hey. I had a lot important stuff on the computer. And i got screwed but in the part where you internalize it because it's directed at you. Well that's the part we need to change. She's mobilized something else yes. Let me talk to her about that area. So dad why what happened with him. Growing up four all right. So that's where this is really. That's that's the generator for all this confusion and rage. It's also what fucked up your picker makes you attracted to guys like this and you have to get in and you have to go to alanon alan. I get a sponsor and you gotta get intensive therapy and hopefully. It's a good therapist because this all that trauma that whole phenomenon of having the abusive alcoholic dads to be worked out. Yeah three so we gotta move this along the hager. The anger is really about that. And all the all the. I've tried to concentrate like you like you didn't get right with all the things you didn't get so we love sweetie therapy and it's nice guy. That's easy that impasse that so. That's the easy part. But i do have a recommendation for you. Out of mega work your while. Some pumpkin in your dog food diarrheal go away within a day in the dog food. I got a lot of pumpkin laying around. We do like the sweet and pumpkin stuff. Yeah and he knows even put apple cider vinegar and water involving diarrhea. What's apple cider. Vinegar do if he had it balances. Apa actually takes away older from the dog bread. Or the back of my. When i walk. Yeah ok sure and just kicking. 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LIVE from Politicon with Kiran Sreepada & James Mackler

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49:42 min | 1 year ago

LIVE from Politicon with Kiran Sreepada & James Mackler

"Hey this is Kelly with two brads talking politics part of the DEM cast podcast network. This episode was recorded live from Pelikan in Nashville. Hope you enjoy it By sort of the the the dysfunction of Washington so to speak the political conversations the tones and all that stuff and so you know after moving here nothing so still working with federal executive agencies and what I saw was basically that you know the things that we had worked towards the oversight you need Tennessee's seventh district which is lawry's district so Keiron I'd have you thanks for having me on happy birthday and listen I everyone I am Kelly pollock I am the Co host of the two broads talking politics podcast sure we were working night molested physician and works in Smyrna and we were working and and you know a lot of conversations about how to make things by Laurie Coleman who is the director of Digital Strategy Time Cast Laurie Kelly how are you and I want to wish Lorri a very happy decision yeah we announced I think it's nine days ago now but my might kind of focus was always being a civil servant I went to school because at some point you realize like this is not is not a function or result of someone doing a bad job or because they don't know what to do it's actually a function of so can can you start by telling us a little bit about your background and why you decided to run for Congress you just announced and so I I'm interested to hear why you've made the rods talking politics is part of the dumb cast podcast network and so my usual co host Sophie is in Madison couldn't make it here so I am joined today they were all the things we've seen in said this program's working or not working this budget constraint is helping you're not helping I mean all of that was kind of background of how the program's implemented and then I saw how things were within those agencies actually counter the oversight concerns and all the budgetary concerns and it was very very alarming meantime like we can do something about it and so December We decided that you know at some point I want to get involved in run for for office we thought Congress underpinned every the way I saw a lot of things in government and so along the way I switched over to the private sector side I went to work for a company called Grand Thornton and doing public sector new our friends and neighbors to believe so you know it was ominous at the government also shut down in December because that kind of facilitated that a rational sane you know older politics from what I hear stories of my dad talks about no Ronald Reagan and tip O'Neill talking together and and that sort of nonpartisan back base were Hor oriented approach to evaluating and understanding all see didn't just stay with me and may come just we know that one hundred percent right or not obviously we haven't haven't won yet so we can say but we think by we I mean I'm talking about the one that suited kind of my interest in my my knowledge the best we felt also that the current person in office right now didn't have policies that reflected what we our public policy I I try to pursue as many you know higher level degrees I couldn't learn as much and then I went to work for the Federal Government at the Government Accountability Office sure up I'll answer any question no problem with that so we have thought of what a pack path victory would look like say hey listen I I know what you're going through I'm not that far removed from from where you are and and I think that together we can work did not just make things better for you but also makes system that you can actually be proud of and to people who are opened myself which includes all my cousins family and relatives there's a lot involved in and get registered in ensuring that the polling places on election day be inspired I don't claim to be I'm GonNa ask the hard question which is this is a very Republican district Tennessee seven I think in twenty eighteen it was like the best result for Democrats you know fringe extremist people they are Republicans for reasons that I think some of my relatives Republicans years and years ago and and still are and Tennessee's believe fiftieth in voter participation so getting out and trying to help young people my wife and I was talking about campaign staff and volunteers who are helping out we think that I there's a large percentage of this district that is not voting or is unregistered at the time so I think there's a good number of people out there that can help us a help help campaign in sort of coming over and voting sometime but still the Republican got like sixty six percent of the Mo so why what is your path to victory and what I I this is probably not something candidates another path here and that is that we have a number of people who a dentist Republicans in the district who are not we're going to run a positive and optimistic campaign which is I think what's needed we are not about to attack people personally and we don't have problems with anybody personally the two prong approach on voters we also are heavily dependent on my past saying I'm interested in policy I our political candidates and that is what we're going to do today so we are joined today by Kiran Sri Potter who is running for Congress whose Democrat running so you don't have to answer this part if you don't want but what would success look like if you don't win is there a a a success that you could get that would be something short of actually winning that the campaign in twenty team built up which I think nine points from twenty sixteen campaign if we could do the same thing and so the victory will will a large effort on voter participation getting out the vote at all across all ages there is and maybe now for all the issues voting for a sense of reason and neighborliness and a better way to do government for all of us so that's kind of chain and you know he's a very disgusted with the theme Washington and the partisan politics so you know how all of these things work and he has been reliably Republican voter until twenty six mind because I want to show people that that's where we're coming at it from you disagree great I'm talking to you let's find a way to work through those disagreements I think when you're talking about who might cross the bridge you know AAC for us and our children I have a five year old and a twenty month old and a lot of this decision to go into it was based on how do we make this better for you guys editor and they know that even if you don't agree on one hundred percent of the issues one hundred side at the time you still should be able to have the conversation move forward even if it is a little bit we're tired of a lot of the rhetoric they're tired of the the emphasis on on twenty four hour media and social media that we know practical part of life but but we all do it a huge issue and that's really where I think a lot of people would consider you know your position everything we thought facilitate that vision the movement and it just kind of underscored Khayyat this is dysfunctional at its finest I mean there should be a better way bat ABS- seen him speak about how that illness brings you closer to God and therefore nobody needs health care because versus the New York representative doesn't believe in healthcare he thinks he is probably you know socially liberal a fiscal conservative he's an accountant he wants to see run for anything I I don't I'm not an expert on how to best use media and all that stuff but I do know something about policy and so all our physicians are in Tennessee seven what what do you think we can do to help Tennessee and so the story which is at Republicans who have looked at fiscal conservatism as the linchpin of their political philosophy. I don't know if you've looked at the numbers that's that's how you that's how you get bit interferes with your relationship with the Lord I'm an Isa physician which I find very interesting extreme what's what you think and what's going on I'd also like to make the argument that conservatism is not a party specific goal it it can be the greatest ski group Polishes World but I'm hoping that I can get out there and and sort of give some of the younger people are GonNa meet some some visions some some sort of relations you know whatever you think about the politics to see I'd be having a conversation is missing so that's essentially why we WANNA run involved so here my husband is one of those Republicans that you're talking about and and also comes from a sort of biblical place So you know I think both those thoughts exists in can exists we need to make sure letter how what would we do here and finally my wife and I said you know we could sit here and complain about it we could sit here and just talk about it or at both of us either side of the aisle and I'll make the argument to anybody who wants to have it the that the policies I support come fiscally conservative background is wealth not concern today citing that we could spend the day together as to the usual format of you broads talking politics is that we interview guests and often those guys get ourselves in the forties or mid forties that would be excellent if we had a twenty twenty two candidate if I don't win and we have a twenty two point two candidate that can start from there that would be huge and the reason is because they believe in sort of fundamentals of policy that reflect whatever that party you sand for they are tired of the rhetoric same way that rule healthier in particular in Tennessee has been decimated and you're going to have several rural areas right does relatively recently that has left a large number of people without access to any major healthcare in that area to go to Murray County I think there's hundreds of miles before they'll tell you physicians they'll tell you that there is a small percentage that is based on the insurance costs the the access but then so you can get to a level one trauma center and there's not a whole dependency on the services there to be reliable so you know these are areas in which the federal government or food stamps or or supplemented nutrition programs the way we approach anything related to that has a deep impact on health outcomes as well so take the classic political definition but the fact that we should be spending money effectively to get the best outcome for people now related to healthcare healthcare in my you just have problems with policy position so that's the path we hope will appeal to most people do your second question what would it look like if we didn't win hopefully building on the momentum that sure that government functions to help those who need help the most and also guarantee equal access to opportunities opportunities like having healthcare he's like having education and proper infrastructure and all of that and in terms of rural hospitals closures Somera in mcnairy county I just saw a hospital ideally we should quit for positions and policies and then have rigorous intellectual debates about how best to achieve these things in that of course is not really what happens in Congress opinion is a right I mean there's there's nobody gets to dictate when they get sick and we need physicians to help us or hospitals nurses to help us get over that sickness ah Obamacare when the place and naturally by the free market system that people have talked about I think you'll see cost down in the insurance industry in the Medical Ah Congress that right now is majority Democrat probably still will be after twenty twenty but representing district that is historically somewhat read I I I had never heard the story that you just said about illness bring us closer to God's by correct me if I'm wrong I think the term physician lately but this goal conservatism is not exactly how your people have have implemented policy so I think there's sort of a distance there in a discount there's a large portion that's based on the way we approach social policy right so the way we approach education for kids the way we approach school lunches or or have health care for our people in a population that's not naturally increasing anyway then we've got serious trouble coming in every other program that we put on the than doing it all at once and I make that argument because I think President I think incrementally we'll get there faster overall with all the partisan politics out there there's nothing I'd like to bring up healthcare is not in a vacuum right you can ask most health economists and health policy experts my constituents want I have made the case that not only working in government before but being able to see other parts of the country has helped me understand perspective and go in and serve your constituents but also find ways to work with people in Congress who aren't always trying to work like what is the way for chiefs from a lot of different parts of our of this country and that's important in understanding whether or not there are people in other states and therefore there I think there's a much smaller portion of issues we disagree on than than there is in Jersey issues that we agree on so I can look across the aisle and hope that there will be people there will word out of this mess that we're in yeah so there's a lot of things that are running through my head right now that I want to get out area I don't think there's anyone out there doesn't do things we should leave sick people dying on on the street and I will ignore any rhetoric right now about that but additives that can get on your side what is that they may have that you may need what's you have they may need in order to help negotiate better bills it's not politicking at that point doc to work towards getting a better healthcare system understand that you know economics should not be punitive it should be productive who understand that children shouldn't be handed me living in this state and being represented Is that I feel like no matter I I I think staying true to the message that were trying to Bush here is is is top priority making sure that you're not just running a civil campaign should step in as a whole as a federal government not as a necessarily as a full partnership as was done before and try to rectify that situation if we don't when it comes to healthcare I I'm not GonNa there's nothing I'm GONNA hide behind here I do think accessing security the only difference I have I think that we should take a more incremental approach to getting there mine was never heard because when I call my representatives which I do daily almost in terms of listening I think you have to make yourself available I town halls if your representative are one of the most important ways you can reach out to your district congressional recesses like to think that means the majority of the constituency agree with what I'm putting out there and so I would hope that my positions would represent that and that pushing those positions would be analogy industry in the industry and we'll end the attorney industry so as policy person I'm sure that you think that I don't think anyone really truly believes that I think we were all good natured and and and hope that we can do the best that we can and in that we can agree on and in terms of getting there if you can live a life and you can live a political career that abide by those principles of being civil of being productive and allies just because they happen to be children and you know getting the meals on the weekend is an important thing in an important service that we offer I think that those are all things things I what were your husband and and we'll we'll win them over I would like to just there's something you mentioned though that does relate to health care the legislative hurdles and all that then we will if we just try to go at it from day one we'll hopefully avoid a lot more litigation in the political bantering back and forth than we had right now it's a lot more partisan bickering and posturing and things like that that are happening so how do you go into Congress surly meant for you to go home and just fundraise and just you know take a vacation yeah sure it takes some time with your family but also reach out to the people that you're it's they just basically tell me that's not the congressman Congress woman you know been they're not they're not GonNa do that superhuman beings we hopefully can walk and chew gum at the same time and if new information comes up if new concerns come up you need to be able to incorporate the there procreate or address them if they're not and that's another thing every representative should be doing when they come back districts some elective move when I come back to they get into office and it's you know this guy by the way for those you can't see me I'm just pretending those on my hand you know this guy is doing something I can't believe you that would definitely be free to talk to you but also you know when I wanted to talk to ask about I think I think healthcare is I think it's actually a lot simpler it's it's finding a good way to move forward together I I'm of the belief that the majority of the issues out there are things we can all in terms of things that people disagree with there's two things I think he at the way one do you think the majority of the district feels that way you're GonNa have to Sorta oh crazy and you know he's a worsening on the planet that is the kind of rhetoric that that needs to stop and it depends on US secondly if I am elected I would you should be able to justify every vote that you you cast you should be able to tell people I voted this way because of this reason or I couldn't vote for this because position you know this my way or highway attitude is is like utterly useless eight does not help as it doesn't get us anywhere we need to be able to say shop same places we go to the same places our kids are in the same schools so make yourself available if you're a representative get out there and talk to people don't be afraid of what they're gonNA say policy that is just the majority representation without trampling on the rights of the minority and two are you open to change are you open to being able to refine honey represented here elected how do you represent all of the people in your district and listen I listened to them enemy so I wonder if you've thought about twenty month old is maybe a little young for that but if you've thought about that with your with your five year old in how you think and talk about politics we're good policy but also a good office when you're actually there to do so I've seen a lot of people say oh I'm going to run a great optimistic positive campaign Xining that's what you're there to do your representative so listen to what they have say I've currently trying and we'll continue to try and succeed so with our kids we haven't really looked at this in terms of politics in the way you know media's has displayed in CNN or whatever that is something that we've told our kids in a broader way that you know your goals politics is the game I think policy making is really what it's all about all at the same time doing well yourself I mean it's not a an Arab binary choice that they work together anyone that's ever worked on a team knows than the team succeed being respectful I think we can actually get to where we need to be or maybe I'm just not business I like I like an optimist it one thing I think is freshman we look at it more as the choices you make should be good person and if you can be a good person at the end of the day that's all we really care about that manifest politics in a way that is educational that is hopeful that gets them civically engaged in how to keep them from seeing other people's the take your kids yeah well as a father say my twenty month old is the smartest twenty month old now I'm kidding the yet it's important and my wife and I have policymaking reflects the interests it reflects a desire to do something good that's what your goal should be it should be to leave the planet better than you found it should be the point is that you should be able to be heard you should be able to touch their congressmen we shouldn't be some people that are on you know in Washington and distant part of your community I mean to leave the person you meet better than when you first met them it should be to do the best you can for everyone your neighbors relatives friends Congressional district where you will be part of national politics federal politics but yet if people in the district probably have concerns that are very different than what is going on nationally doing that you're too afraid of of of justifying positions I hope that I won't do that in I'll try my best not to but that's that's talk about this ally as I said she so she's a physician and deals with patients from across the political spectrum so it doesn't matter to her what refined with whatever they want to do swimming that I am really curious ballots right now is those of us who follow politics really close for this reason and here's why it help or hurt the district this is an important function of the way we evaluate our our representatives and so my feeling is if you're not the best ways personal interaction being accountable and being transparent see you mention you have two little kids I I have an eight year sleepily everyone must be following politics as closely as we do the there's so much going on national politics right now I just flew in from DC this morning you know and that's you believe all she cares about is are you healthy and what can she do to get healthier you're not in any of you are what you can do to be even healthier in the future yeah I I think that's why you need to be active member of your district in your communities no matter where you are whether it be as a representative or US going into politics so be it a my wife's case it manifested as as going medicine in our kids case who knows what will manifest says but if there as long as people were league when an office will do so as well to reach out to anybody that calls or emails whether you're donor or just as a concerned citizen like it doesn't matter to me like the the five year old myself and I think one of the things that I sort of think about a lot struggle with a lot is how I talk to my kids about or traveling for work or whatever you come back home and and that's your investment whether like I said it's your neighbors kids your schools whatever I mean that's that's what matters taking up so much in my brain space but I suspect that's not actually true everywhere on the ground in so what what does that look like when you're running for office so you so being in your community talking to people letting them see that you know politics the way it's been portrayed as politics is far away everyone and maybe maybe some aspects of it are a really matter steeples if you're out there and fighting for them on the issues concerned about which you can only do if you talk if you see me on the street come talk to me if you see me anywhere for that matter come talk to me I am pretty approachable guy think I'm more than a people that live there country music stars all the way to farmers all the way to tech guys all the way to or whoever so you can only understand all that I think I made three and a half hours across the district wants so it's a big district and it's pretty diverse in terms of the types of industries they're types of by talking to people because I don't think everyone has every experienced that exists in the district so let's not pretend like we are already you know experts on those let's go out and learn what we so before we wrap up this first section with Ukraine is there anything else that you want to make sure that we talk about and the you know what I'd like to say is this we the focus of our campaign has been as mentioned several times in meeting people in the way we do this is fair and please don't hesitate to email there's link on there to contact us I check all of it so I'll get back I need to learn let's go out and talk to people in our fields that we don't live in our neighborhoods that have other concerns that are not just based on the way our family functions and parts of anywhere we can just talk to people because that's what we're gonNA continue to do for the next thirteen months we want to know what you think about the issues but online as our positions we want to know how you think I can better serve than the current representative and I think it's not just policy you know consulting firm or something like that from DC aside from that our website is Kieran for Congress dot com that's K. I. R. A. N. and you spell out the word for and on it I I think that's the best you can do in order to make it still at politics in Washington is more connected to people in wherever Mary County I mentioned earlier or any other county in this district willing to listen to you so long as my five year old is not having a meltdown I will happily spelt Smith spend as much time with you again that is the we have everything that you would think a campaign should have issue positions where we're going to be you know fundraising events you can get involved in all of that is is on anyway we can function and and that's the way the campaigns going to function going forward it's it's meant to be a campaign about the way normal people live their lives and not something that's engineered from a actions that happened or the story of the momentum that they just care if they can see some results on what they're interested in and that goes back saying as being able to represent the concerns of your district you're only priority and you can only do that by going around and talking to people the district is large for those of you who are listening do not know it is I think about see I do I will say this I think those town halls are important that I haven't really seen any of those so what I'd like to leave people with this we've been calling meet and greets and they're not fundraisers they are literally getting out of the community and trying to get into community centers or a senior centers or convince Lori that she should vote for you 'cause she's in your district right Laurie the word the words chicken in every pot Karen thank you and we will put that information on our website as well you can check it out as we have another guest who's coming running a couple of minutes late Lori and I are going to vamp for a couple of minutes and talk about a dumb cast which we are both part of so as I mentioned earlier in the recording Lori is the director as their opinions and share their perspectives on what's going on politically in their own community and because of that it's nick nuts started thinking about how he could support grassroots writer Karadzic talking politics are you WanNa start sure why not so jim cast is what we call a grassroots media and what we found through twenty sixteen twenty seven twenty eight was that there was trip digital strategy for dump cast I am the director of content jumped passed in so we can explain a little bit about what it is why we started it and what the heck it has to do with a model that allows people to submit content from anywhere so all across America in all fifty states uh there's been a very gradual but steady loss local journalism and local places where people can express the state's twitter pages and we are adding in a growing list of volunteers for each state to help connect the makes sure that whatever content is you know put out is actually seen by somebody so we have facebook pages for has a network of podcasts. We have I believe seventeen at this point podcasts that are all part of the network and what that means is that we support each other and we are looking for content from the grassroots organizations from activists from candidates to be her and we we share each other's contents a we help inform each other about things that are going on listen content producers and together we of course incorporating a few months ago as a Bible One C. Four leaders throughout my life I've tried to find opportunities to serve and I'm running for the Senate for the same reason I joined the army I feel like this is a time of crisis the US Senate from Tennessee James Welcome back to talking politics aren't used to be back still for people who may not remember veteran Amana faith my track record of service resonates I believe this is very much within reach if everyone who wants change joins the team to make it happen much like how I think my grandfather's generation felt after Pearl Harbor so I walked into an army recruiting station instead I want to be part of the fight sign me up I had to get an age waiver folks share that sort of information but what makes him cast unique is way are a volunteer organization as well so our focus is to really but then we also share the episodes and and help people find other content that they might really like and so we're not all the same Mike content my podcast and I need to step up and do more so there was a Senate race in Tennessee I just in twenty eighteen not too long ago and the different people who wanna get involved from organizations to people who just want to share things about the state and and stay informed about their states and decided I needed to serve in another way I saw the problems with military sexual assault problems which really persists to this day so I switched the Jag Corps became an army prosecute Tennessee in two thousand twenty I spent a lot of time traveling the state with people about what they need but aren't getting from their elected officials something that I am often turnout last cycle and our super majority Republican supermajority responded to those increases passing severe voter registration restriction laws that James One of the things Laurie one of the things that Tennessee really struggles with his voter registration and voter your previous episode with us which was many months ago now at this point maybe they just a a little bit of background about yourself and while you're running for Senate sure I'd be happy to Royal Hospital closures per person we have an opioid epidemic that is ravaging our communities and there's no national solution aren't even talking about it the trade war hurts our into a a wide range of content as so we are now joins our our second guest at this is James McClure who is running for Senate yeah and so what two brands talking politics has to do with besides me is that a dumb cast had economy more than any other state so when you look at the fact that we're in a presidential year with high tide voter turnout I need six more points things aren't getting better and I'm an outsider as you all know but maybe the rest of your listeners don't know I was practicing law on nine eleven as a thirty year old lawyer and after our nation was attacked I felt all the service the people aren't registered or we're in the bottom we're like forty nine fifty s in voter registration and voter turnout how do you think channel systematic barriers to voting into registration and those have only been increased since last cycle we had some significant increases in voter registration actually criminalize the process voter registration now luckily that's being held up in the courts but we are fighting an uphill

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Hour 1: Saints, Cousins & LeBron

First Take

32:19 min | 2 years ago

Hour 1: Saints, Cousins & LeBron

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But which team takes on the wind gusts are the saints. Now the best team in the NFL. Plus how far can the bears go this season? And which team wins, the NFC ease also can LeBron and they Lakers keep it rolling. And why are the warrior struggling, let's get started? So what's going on? Everybody will win. I take on a Monday he'll feel heading wonderful weekend. He is Mexico Elleman. No, Molly Keiron, Stephanie Smith is in LA, Steve how Phelan I'm feeling wonderful presidents. I haven't looked forward to a regular season game. And it fell in years. I am it's like the Super Bowl tonight. All right. Let's get into it. Because we had a good one yesterday as well. The saints and proved to nine and one as they demolished the eagles forty eight seven Brees was incredible going twenty to thirty three hundred sixty three yards and four touchdowns. Meanwhile, Carson Wentz rug alling with three picks. Here's the cubeys. A lot of football games my career ever since I was a kid. And this is one of the the worst losses. I've ever been a part of and. Yes frustrating, especially all the around festively defensively special teams. We just got beat. I feel really good right now. I'm I'm a love my team. I love coming to work every day with these guys you I wanna I wanna play my heart out for these guys not care about them and truly don't wanna let them down want to be as consistent as I can't for them. Give them confidence put them in positions to succeed. I mean, that's my job. So I'm just doing my job. Drew Brees truly grateful right there. Steve nice lips. Did this think prove they are the best team in football right now. I think they are. I think they are. And I I don't think it's almost it's virtually impossible for anybody to walk away with a different conclusion. Obviously tonight's Monday night game between the Rams and the chiefs might have some kind of impact on on such commentary. But at the end of the day, it's just hard to to deny what we're witnessing take place before. I very odd. We're looking at a guy in drew Brees. Completing nearly eighty percent of his passes. We're looking at Michael Thomas that has arrived as one of the top five receive is in football with seeing rookie like a tray quad Smith have about. What is it ten receptors about a hundred and fifty seven yards? I mean, we're seeing that dynamic duo out of the backfield in Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara with CNN offensive line. Protect one of the greatest quarterbacks this game ever seen having one of the greatest years one could possibly imagine. And then all of a sudden your defense is coming together. A little bit there. You you quite ally. Apple a couple of weeks ago, you hell the reigning defending Super Bowl champions, two seven points. I'm looking at the Philadelphia Eagles. I told ya Friday when we asked what chance zero absolutely positively zero and then cost it and went proved it max because guess what he turns over the ball early in the game. It's like a seven point game or whatever. And he's throwing his helmet on you know, on the ground on the sideline why? Because he knew in a game. Like this. You can't afford to make any mistakes because you can't stop this well oiled machine, and that's exactly what the New Orleans Saints are right now their defense is not great. We understand that. But the secondary to become together Williams and Lattimore in that secondary at an ally apple to the mixed getting out of quarterback, they're plying pressure. And if they can give you anything anything at all, you know, the off. Rent is going to do the rest. So when you say that I would say to you their offense is just as good as Kansas City or LA's and the defense at least over the last several weeks might be arguably a little bit better. I'm gonna say right now to say to the best team in football. Stephen. I thought you were going to go the chief. So what changed your mind is it just the defense that you saw last night. Well, it's a combination of the fact that the offense is so unstoppable in defense improve it a little bit. That's how the the answer right now is the saints. They are the best team in football. But it is actually because of the defense. Their offense was unstoppable. We know that you know, what other offenses I'm stoppable Kansas City. You know what other offenses stoppable, Los Angeles. You can't stop these offenses. They're all excellent. They're all as bitches about as good as an offense could be the difference is this year. The saints are playing defense in a way that the chiefs art, and the Rams aren't the saints have. Been stopping the run basically all year, they're good against the run. But now last night you saw him getting after the quarterback too. I mean Carson Wentz was totally flummoxed. And when you look at the final score is the outscored the the eagles essentially seven to one forty eight to seven means six touchdowns in a couple of field goals to a touchdown, basically seven to one out outscoring the defending Super Bowl champions. The other thing about the saints is they have home field, the Los Angeles at this moment. And maybe they could even go on the road. If the playoffs were to start at this moment. But it hold drew Brees. It home has been completely insane. But Stephen A not long ago matter of fact last week, I saw your power rankings. Would you have the saints like third or fourth and you were raving about Kansas City? Bush appoint. Kansas City hasn't played yet pizza ranch tonight is your number one. Specifically told you my listeners fluid is Stephen A list. Okay. It's not max is not the NFL. It's not pundits other. It's my list, and it's fluid if fluctuates from week to week sixteen weeks seventeen weeks during the NFL season, you're going to see something every week to says Stevens. Hey list money list. I make the call. I am the CEO it is unanimous vote of one two zero. Okay. It's uncompromising. I do meet. What what if the chiefs go out and stop the Rams to we'll have a different discussion. But we're not have it. I take on Tuesday morning after the Monday night game with having the same Monday morning leading into the Monday night game, which I'm going to be at today bunny. Doing exactly okay last week to make you have him forth. What is it just? Excuse I had them third. So because the two teams ahead of them haven't yet played that the saints are now number one that I expect I expect an epic encounter between the chiefs and the rain tonight, I expect to see great things, and I expect to see flaws in both teams I am looking at the New Orleans Saints, and I'm watching them steam roll over one Ponant after another after another and the big thing for me max, the one thing I have been consistent about what this is that. I think that drew Brees is a league MVP. I've said that for weeks now a lot of people's on Patrick Mahomes tip. Okay. Others have mentioned Aaron Donald and others. I have been on the drew Brees bandwagon for the last several weeks his brothers just on another level. And he's having an all Tom season. And I'm watching him perform, and I'm thinking that that's the difference right now. When you say, I expect to see great things, and I expect to see flaws be more specific what great things. What flaws not only reason? Well, we're going to get into that as the show progresses because we will be talking about the chiefs. And the Rams which is why didn't get too specific with you can get into. It's not till the end of the show. It's about right? Well for me personally. I'm thinking that we're going to see flaws from the defensive side of the football with away because it is secondary. If a keep to Liebeck still got Morgan's pitas out there willing to see what kind of struggles he's going to have or not have. We know what we're going to get from Donal, but the respiratory cularly LA secondary, not only that you're playing without Cup. So we'll see what whether or not they compromised offensively with the cheese. We've lamented the state of affairs with their defense for quite some time. Now, we wait for Justice, Houston, and every very to get back to see what they're gonna add to the equation defensively from Kansas City. But we don't know they don't break what they've been an awful lot. So we're going to see what they're going to bring the night. And that's when I mean, that's what I mean. When I say, we'll see great things, but we'll see some flaws, right? Well, you have taken the chiefs as the number one team in football for the last several weeks and the difference between and listen breezes, clearly the MVP at this moment that's going to be tough to argh. Against but the difference between the saints and say Kansas City has not been at the quarterback position. The difference has been recently if you favor the saints the defense that has been the defense the difference. The chiefs can't stop anyone. I doubt they're going to stop the Rams might even without Cooper Cup. Hooper? Cut makes a big difference to that team, actually. When when all three receivers are healthy, there's nothing you can really do. You can't defend everyone without Cup. The Rams come back down to earth a little bit. But the bottom line is Kansas City. Can't stop anybody and the saints can. And that's the real difference in the two teams. That's why the saints right now are the best team in football. I got no problem. We'll see we'll see tonight, you know, about blink motion activated security cameras, amazing technology for detecting anyone sneaking around your home or trying doors, and of course, monitoring holiday package deliveries. Blink is inviting ESPN listeners to score massive savings during its black Friday, cyber Monday event, go to blinkprotect dot com slash radio and sign up for an alert when the sales starts. That's blinkprotect dot com slash radio or hit Amazon dot com and search blink security is an Amazon company. Right now Collins the bears who control the NFC north Chicago. Now leads to division by two games after their twenty five twenty win over Minnesota. In case. You miss any of the action. Let's show you how it happened to kill the go biking. Toughens falling short against a dominating bears. Defense in the third quarter bears up by fourteen Khalil Mack shine the light on him sacking Kirk cousins per loss of eight Viking settled for field full until fourteen to three MAC and finish. With the second of four fumble. In the four nine minutes to go hasn't intercepted by Eddie Jackson who returns it twenty seven yards for a touchdown hasn't in the Vikings. Not happy bears go on to win twenty twenty. Here's math on making this team. So dominant. Have you ever felt this is your man? Oh, man. In close, man. But even then it's not about me. On defense, so strongly chummy plays either they're not listener not paying attention or they don't really care. So we'll have to find out which one of the three it is. For more. Let's get you back to I take return of the math my jammed back in the day. Nothing much. What's going on fella? Yeah. We'll get you. He's got everything unlike somebody else, so but we not gonna speak on that. There's no need to speak on. It was no need to speak on. I'm looking relaxed women the sign show. Yes. I am out of the way. They already use zip. It. Gimenez, you'd better come. And you say let's settle down. Let's all settle down. And. Let's let's let's. Man United studio. I'm lame. Do you have what I say? Go ahead. First grade teacher shy town stand up the bears seven and three persons. Take game lead Kirk cousins to be dramatic had two picks of his own including a picnic than his bikes that when all for all in for their quarterback franchise. They're now five four and one then this game proved the Vikings made a mistake signing Kirk cousins. Of course, listen, you know, why franchise the reason Kirk cousins was available in the middle of his prime just for the money and didn't even reset the market is because he's not a great franchise quarterback. Those guys do not become ever available in the middle of their primes. And then don't get don't even reset the market with the contract. That's what he's a good quarterback. He's a middle of the pack and want to say he's middle. Okay. That's the playoffs case keenum last few think you're gonna do better than that with Kirk cousins. And by the way, I know a lot of the analytics guys may be made roll their eyes at this. But let me give you kind of the dumb mainstream hot take e- or big picture, low hanging fruit view, okay? Look what happened in the game is a microcosm of Kirk cousins. Good quarterback, right? They have a chance to tie it up. He throws the interception to bury them. Then. Once the game is over. They come back. They come back. They come back and then when a chance to win. Hey throws the perception that leads to the loss by one score. If he is there as the tipping point in the balance of power, at least in the NFC north that didn't happen. You just spent all that money on a guy to win a game. Like this. You could be six three and one, and they could also be six like you could be almost in the first place in the division and every high leverage moment, he underperformed every single type. And by the way, this has been happening a lot in his career. If you really look at the high leverage moment with Kirk cousins, you go a lot of those numbers were empty calories. Bottom line is they signed him click thought he put them over the top. He will not put them over the top. Therefore, it's money poorly. Spent period, I completely disagree with max on this one. And here's the reason why I think Kirk cousins was a good side. I don't have any issues with them. What's issues? What money being accorded like twenty seven twenty eight million for guys like ham, Matt Stafford another they haven't even wanna playoff game. I get that argument. But clearly, no one's denying that. He was an upgrade from case keenum and on top of it all the market. He got what the market allows which is a twenty eight million a year eighty four million dollars guaranteed. We get all of that. I will remind everybody that Kirk cousins was brought to the Minnesota Vikings because the Minnesota Vikings last season Damian, you can co-signed on this. They were number one in points allowed. They were number one in yards allowed this year. They're eleven okay. In points allowed and fifty yards. All I'm saying to you that did Keith. His taken a step back several weeks ago before they got on a roll, particularly after they lost the Los Angeles Rams thirty eight thirty one we looked at the Minnesota Vikings. And we saw so many holes in their defense. We said, Dan, this is not the same team that they were last year. So we looked at the defense as being problematic because case Kirk cousins with opposed to arrive to t- that had an elite defense. You know, exactly what you were getting from Kirk carpet. And I think that's exactly what Kirk cousins is giving you this year. He gets it numbers. He gives you numbers. He'll give you share a touchdown completion percentages and all of that stuff. But you're not relying on him to win you football games that was supposed to be Minnesota's defense. And even though last night is not the greatest time to make that argument because Kirk cousins did throw up pick six at the end of the day when I look at Minnesota's five point one record. I'm looking at the fact that their defense. Has dissipated in terms of its prowess more so than Kirk cousins is not being that guy. Listen, first of all I got to come out and say, I've never been a cousins guy because if you look at Kirk cousins throughout his career particular washing. He's never had a signature moment. He's never had a signature moment. A signature win. When you could just be like, okay. That's that guy. But here's what I will say, okay. Kirk cousins was in a unique situation as far as being a free agent. So he got what the market determine what he should get so not knocking Kirk cousins money that concern. When I look at the Minnesota Vikings Stephen that you alluded to this their identity is their defense and they want to run the ball. Okay. Last night. They had twenty two yards rushing. Twenty two yards rushing in that game last night. And we've talked about all with the Minnesota Vikings d v they have taken a step back on that side of the ball. And Stephen that you talked about the numbers they're not able to they're not getting to the quarterback as opposed to. They're not in the secondary tonight covering like they like they've been accustomed like we've been accustomed to seeing. So when you look at the Minnesota Vikings, you can't expect her cousin who's never in his career been the guy that really kinda showed the low to all of a sudden come into the Minnesota Vikings franchise and be that guy. He is who he is. He's a stats guy. Let's just put it out there. He's gonna put up good numbers. He's gonna you know, he's going to be upper echelon guys for us number concern. But he's not going to be the guy that he's gone. Gonna show the load and all of a sudden elevate the Minnesota Vikings to this Super Bowl Super Bowl five t he. He did have signature me at two signature moments last night, which is in high. Months wing interceptions. We know what it is Damian for you to say, no signature moments or then even following your argument. It doesn't make sense to sign him. If he's just a stats guy. And you can't rely on them when the when when it counts the most and you add the team ready from with to win. Why are you all of these sorts of new because you can put because Kirk cousins is an outlier maxi's out LA how often do the garden of Kirk cousins, you know, his caliber I'm not saying he's drew Brees Tom Brady. But these guys don't hit the market very often. So when a quarterback of Kirk cousins, you know, his cowboy comes along, of course, he's going to demand. But he's going to demand a lot of money. So you don't have to give it to them. Are you going to pay? Bridgewater on. Okay. First of all teddy Bridgewater concern. Everyone was play Monday morning quarterback. Because we've seen them at what he did in the preseason. So everyone wants say all they had Kurt they head. Teddy Bridgewater doctor. But if you're the Minnesota Vikings, you watch teddy Bridgewater through what two years rehab. We have rehab practice. So no other team really had a better kind of advantage point. Then the Minnesota as far as what they thought that Ted teddy Bridgewater, take them. So that's why I had no problem with the Minnesota Vikings paying Kirk cousins. And by the way, neither do I. Because remember what I keep saying? Max he arrived in Minnesota with Minnesota via fresh off an NFC championship game parents with the elite team in football. So what you need it with somebody that could put up some numbers and had the potential to really elevate you to such a degree where you could still rely on that defence Kirk cousins and four years as a starter. Sixty nine point eight percent, sixty seven percents sixty four point three percent this year. He's completing seventy point seven percent of his passes. We looked at Kirk cousins just a few weeks ago. Max you was sitting up there talking about how good Kirk cousins? Look now, you'll never say you never once said, oh my goodness. He's the second. Come. And then I'm not accusing you of that. What I'm saying? Is you did acknowledge how good he was looking and. That's what it is. I got no problem with with acquiring Kirk cousins. If you're the Vikings, I do have a problem with paying them as always elite quarterback, and I will really quickly say the giants. Need a quarterback and teddy Bridgewater will be available and I'd love for the giants to sign Bridgewater in the short term. But if they wind up giving him a Kirk cousins contract be yelling and screaming about that too in class contract for middle class quarterback. How how many times I gotta tell you about. It's not about necessarily the name. It's about it's about the leverage when you hit the market and Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe the event a TV tray. I was watching football and holding a plate of Meatloaf win. Bam a bolt of lightning slams into the apartment blowing out the TV and surround sound anything. You could have done to help, ma'am. I'm a foldable table, not an electrician TV. Trae can't help you in a lightning storm. But the guy co insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage. Go to Geico dot com to see how affordable renter's insurance can be. This is sports center right now. I'm Tony Collins mini reunion tour for LeBron James this week the Lakers play the Cavs Wednesday last night, the play the heat. Lebron had not one in Miami. Since leaving in twenty fourteen well that shirt change making history along the way. She'll make an airlines arena week. Oh, and the first quarter James was feeling from three here within space sent back to me. That's good. Then amiss John Kelly on the three s good and once again on the step back three three Ueno James heating up Lakers, thirteen after the first quarter twenty seconds left in the problem with forty points. Math season condemn LeBron to shoot up three. Guess what happened? James fires that one deep three. He's just the fifth player in NBA history with fifteen point game four against the franchise. The Lakers the win. Here's a after the game. Orleans land told me to finish the game off. And I'll bet you won't shoot a three. Let me say go for the three. I bet you won't go for three. So I went for three point right lanes. Do you think it's smart to do everything? Stevenson bet you today guy. God willing to say. So we're gonna say. Now, let's get you back. The first take. Lebron going off for fifty one in his return to south beach last night. He becomes the fifth player in NBA history to score fifty points with three different teams and only the second player to score fifty in a six. Or I'm Haider, right? Oh my goodness. Steven is LeBron hung the best basketball his career. He is you can point to the twenty twelve twenty thirteen season. I think that was the second championship. He shot forty percent from point range that year that was his best. This is the best. This is the second best performance from three point range. He's at thirty nine point six percent from the point range and in the range. It's not like it's at three point line yesterday. He pulled up from thirty two feet. That's what he's doing right now, you have to take into account the fact that when we point to how explosive he was when he was in his prime, obviously have more spring in his step, and it's jumped shop was falling with a degree of regularity more that one particular season. Remember that back then he had the Wayne Wade and Chris Bosh to lean on therefore the level of duress that came in his direct. Was it the same as it is now devoid of that secondary superstar on your squad or even star on your team? Everything is falling on your shoulders. And what are you doing the answer that call your average at twenty eight point eight about seven point seven rebounds about nearly seven assists per game. This man is is is on another level. I said before the season began it wasn't just about winning. He was going to try to put on an absolute show this year and put himself in the conversation for league MVP, honest. And max that is exactly what he is doing. This is not the best. Lebron James we've ever seen, but I forgive you Steven A for thinking, it is because LeBron has evolved his game in such a way you mentioned the distance at which shoots the three not all threes created equal at Steph. Curry is shown the deeper you can shoot it from. If your team moves the ball, the more wide open looks other guys getting higher. They're shooting percentage should be from deep. And that's the way the game is played nowadays. And I said I mentioned. One's better than LeBron shooting at deep. You mentioned Steph curry has more ability. But LeBron by the numbers shoots the very very deep. Threes, wells, anybody. So that is all true. And he has thought the game at an even higher level. It's always been a basketball genius, right? A survive. But in the last several years and it shows up in the playoffs. Lebron James has been just losing his mind. But if you want it, so I get it. He's evolved his game in subtle ways. The way Michael Jordan in certain ways evolved his game. Who's better Jordan from the first three peat where the second three peat? He was a more complete player. The second time Jordan was more of an animal. He was more of the force of nature the first time and that early Michael Jordan is the greatest player who ever played including the late, Michael Jordan, including this LeBron James and the prime LeBron James is not this season. It was as you pointed out the second championship his third season in Miami. When he discovered that spot from the right side where he basically couldn't miss the. Three. But it's not just the offense. Stephen. Yeah. His P E R was basically tied for the highest in his career several points higher than it is now back then that's PR's. Basically, those advanced analytics basically look at the offensive side of the ball where even by those numbers. He was a little bit better than basically as valuable now just a different kind of player, but a little bit better then, but that's to say nothing of the defensive side of the ball. The fact of the matter is playing for a Pat Riley franchise Spoelstra, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh and those guys LeBron James played wire to wire all time great defense. He was a great defender on multiple positions and a credible defender. At least I would say an incredible defender on all five positions not seeing switching on all five. Oh, five then all five positions at an elite level the entire season. So you have a guy who's offense is slightly different now. But whose defense was simply different back dead. Lebron James is third season in Miami is one of the best defenders I've ever seen. The Bron James has never defended consistently in terms of from first quarter the fourth quarter, he's always been elite when called upon to do. So 'cause he can do that with his eyes closed. But there are many times that difference between a wildland, for example and somebody like LeBron coagulant at walk into the league opening tip off taking on the toughest defensive assignment from opening tap to the end of the game that he's been whereas LeBron because of the offensive responsibilities that he has had has always managed it judiciously, but I will say this to you at the end of the day when I look at the Los Angeles Lakers right now because of the personnel. He has a bailable to him. And because of how he's been. Called upon to bring these guys along. I'm going to tell you that right now what I'm seeing from him is incredibly impressive compared to a lot of the moments. If not almost all of them because we're not the early with Cleveland 'cause we know I carry that franchise. But this is indicative of that when you're playing with the way that Chris Bosh, and then kyri and Kevin love in them. It's a difference between what you what you have to do right now. And I'll comparing it to that not his early Cleveland days. All right. Well, keep the move and what is wrong with Golden State, fellas? The warriors dropped their third straight and four of their last five after the infamous, Kevin Durant. Draymond green spat. Steve Kerr not holding back after the loss in San Antonio take lesson. Okay. We don't have that sound right now. Keep in mind, obviously, Steph curry wasn't there Dan with the groin. Max are the warriors struggles more about that spat with K D And Draymond green or Curry's injury. Is this a trick question? Now. Of course, it Steph Curry's injury as Steph curry is the warriors. He's the revolutionary player. He's the engine that powers that team first of all it. Steph Curry's up the floor. Draymond green never bringing the ball up to even wind up in that position in the first place. So that incident doesn't that's not the inciting incident. Right. That's not the catalyst for all. This. Maybe something else pops off. But it's not that. And by the way with Steph around on not sure there's something else. Pops off the unselfish superstar keeps everyone on the same page through his behavior. They'll left to talk through with behavior, but beyond all those things whose Steph Quinn cook. I like him. He's a nice player. He is not a Steph curry equivalent. He can do certain things. Steph, not there's no approx. Summation for Steph on that team. So without Steph curry, the warriors aren't the warriors this is. So obviously a case of steps absence leading to this situation. It's not even close. Well, what are we asking? Here is it because to me, obviously, K D And dream on fallen out with one another last week with the clippers situation that's been a distraction for this quad. Now, of course, they've curry being on the court makes the difference because with him on the court. You're not losing three straight. Not this team. We get all of that. But in the same breath. I definitely think it's it's not as if to say that Kevin Durant and Draymond scuff. Then the, you know had zero impact you, Dan, right? It had an impact the game that dre mall was suspended. They beat Atlanta. But they struggled to win that game. We've seen what happened with them against Houston and San Antonio and Dallas or whatever they lost the Texas. They ain't even lose the team. They lost their entire state of Texas in the NBA. In spend the three to five days. And so I look at it from that perspective. And I say if there had were completely on straight, and they were zero locked in and focused. I don't think that would have happened. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe the event a TV tray. I was watching football and holding a plate of Meatloaf wind Cup. Bam a bolt of lightning slams into the apartment blowing out the TV and surround sound anything. 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"At the movies with arch Enam is on the weekly entertained with podcasts, featuring an for today's senior film critic of the Washington Post and me arch Campbell veteran TV news movie guy missing an action, but back in the fold. I recognize that voice. This is your announcer reminding you this is your announcer. I know coming in here like a cowboy trail, I love it. Welcome back, man. Thank you so much. Yeah. Was all by motorcycle. It's right. Mark stern aka Nigel on the Tony Kornheiser show is poking fun at me and joins us. No, not poking fun at you know. Listen, I you got to drive through Texas. And I know we're gonna hear a little bit more about this. I just the the very idea of that road trip. Just I love it. I love everything about it. And I love that you do this later on. I'm going to tell you why I love road trips, and I I drove sixteen hundred miles to San Antonio and sixteen hundred miles back. And and I'm gonna tell you what I do on a road trip that applies to this podcast. Excellent. But I drink heavily is that what you do on the road. Dachary standing the Anna the first minute you that line is that really decorate stand across the line used to they used to have them. Guest drive-thru Dachary, right? Yes. Stations real have discount liquor stores and discount beer shops. And also they advertise Buddha. Oh, yes. I know what Buddha raising my hand is blood. Bloods. Yes. Station louisi- waiver before you eat it. Lee elder era nearest embarrassed. Get your car. What I I. And Hornets tells me she was a baby sitter in nineteen seventy eight the original women. Our women not eight hundred seventy eight now, Jamie Lee Curtis returns as a gun toting Rambagh determined to wipe out the Michael Myers guy, even if he did launch your career and make her rich. But here we go with howler weaned the reboot this. Final this time. Tell you as somebody. I heard something leaving the it last night. Kids favorite line at eight. Dad? Great meaning for you. Right. You know, I did babysit during the seventies. I'm a little bit younger just for the record. Just. Nobody do the math won't be about. About. And I was of that cohort that that movie, you know, how some movies just lodge into your cells because they speak to you on some cellular level of your era there of your personal time I related so much to her character because she was not really a nerd, but she wasn't. But she wasn't a fast girl either. She wasn't like one of the cool kids. She was just this really normal high school student who took her studies pretty seriously. She was you know, she wasn't a she wasn't like a little little Manx. You know what I mean? She just assoc- minks. I just I loved her character so much Laurie strode and the wages lady. Yes. She was relatable is what I'm saying. And so, and then the whole sitters scenario was very personal and. Very vodka tive and visceral for me. And I we were talking off Mike earlier about the whole slasher genre, which I've never been a fan of. But this is the one exception. The movie that just kind of got me on all those lips. You think the audience really was teenage girls instead of teenage boys? Interesting because I notice I don't know about your screening last night, my screening was mostly men. So I don't know what do you think demographically? Well, I mean number one, I think the original Halloween really started a trend in films, which its own sub genre within horror. You know? I mean that that landed spawn Friday, the third all the original was quite good. And then it spawned nightmare on elm street, which the first one was also the, you know, and we think now, oh, they remade at eight or ten time. Right. But those originals were original exactly arch. And and then the the quintessential honor is to be parodied like with scream. Was the kind of imprimatur of like, yes, this is a cultural moment. So so like starting at Halloween Halloween from well. Yes. That johner. You're right. That sub-genre of team. I think before then otherwise psycho like you could say. Aiko sorry. But this started the teen slat that team. It was a part of that whole John us moment in terms of discovering teens as rediscovering teens as a market, but to me, this is truly this equal. It was none of those other sequels Halloween. We're could claim because they didn't have Jamie Lee says this story direct connection act. And I think they did a really good job. I really do Jamie Lee's character in the in the sequel has paid psychological price for what happened to her forty years ago. Now, that's that's an interesting place to go. Well, you know, it's interesting to watch that movie, and I couldn't not watch it without recent events in my brain about trauma about women confronting their trauma and sharing their trauma short and us understanding as a culture how that works in the brain body. And I think she's playing all of those notes, and this is an extreme version of it. She's kind. Barricaded herself she's become a Gora phobic. And she's kind of outfitted her house in a way that you know, it's it's like a surveillance state unto itself with all these cameras and she's armed heavily armed. But I mean, you know, there's she also I don't know if it was Jamie Lee who started the term final girl, you know, the final girl, and everyone if he's the one left standing the one that the killer really wants and after the other seventeen exactly killed we're having sex, right? And so here, she's the ultimate final girl. And I was thinking of, you know, people in the news recently as our final girls like the ones that are left standing to Shay, this is what happened to me. And this cannot this cannot stand unless it can sometimes it does. But no, I thought it was very effective. See I thought it did it did everything right? There was a lot of humor in it. Which I enjoyed I loved any McBride had his hands. As a producer, David, Gordon. Green wrote and directed it. And I think bring back some of the original other actors from nineteen seventy eight will Hatton. That's very smart. They did they pay a really nice way to to the to the original. I thought it is it is there is lots of blood and killing Yeston more than used to be seven. You know, you could count seven bodies, and I lost count after seven a lot. And they were dispatched with just increasingly disturbing into in disturbing ways. Particularly went after podcast. Yes, what my? I say that for my final line. I did not get to see this. I could've seen last night. What were you doing Mark? What else was going? The movies. I and true love the boss red. Five and the screening was at seven thirty. I initially said the different kind of. But I was like, oh, yeah. I'll just leave halfway through and all the rest of it. And I was like you're not gonna do this. Like he ain't going to do that though. So doing that. So with our it. Spoiler alert. Spoiler alert podcasters get knife eight. There is a lovely riff about is kind of like cereal, you know, all of these murders. Cast plays a role in this in a very clever way. Yeah. There's a lot of clever twists and Judy Greer plays her daughter. Oh. And who's also been marked by this. And whose life was was was completely consumed by and changed by it. And there's a granddaughter. So there's this wonderful sort of matriarchal line of fierce women, you know. Yes. Fan of three generations that and it's poised to be of this year's version of it. As far as audience goes be huge huge. He clearly did the audience. Enjoy it last night. I got good vibes. I mean, it was if they didn't go crazy like because this premiered in Toronto, man. The the buzz was really good. I mean, people were like God that was so good and so much, but you'd see you gotta be careful of that festival bubble because I was expecting this wild reception. It's like, but I think people especially people who really enjoy that franchise and love that. I won it. Completely punches all the boxes. You know? I think it does a very good job with everything. She's amazing. Can I? Is good enough? Good enough. Good enough. Can I ask one question to you? And this is a buck as you were babysitter back in the day. The other the movie and all I saw was the ad for this. I don't think actually saw the movie because the ad scared. The crap out of me much have you checked the children? And then it's like. And then it's like killers inside the house because that's all about a babysitter. Totally and I've ever seen that with my my my brother, we looked at that. And we just ran out of the room by the time. I came straight. What is that called stranger? What's the name of the movie? Oh, what a stranger this critical. That's what it is. Yeah. When scream sort of did. And when Halloween came out, I was out. I was out of the babysitting racket by then because I had already gotten a job job. You know what I mean? So I was that. That was my I went from my Halloween phase to my high fidelity. I should do that. I should just do like my life as a movie. Great halloween. Do that. Actually, I was already starring hype my hours. My hours. Much safer. Yes. Yes. If you're turns out back. Yes. So, but so I didn't have because but you're always a little bit. And we're going to talk about it. I really going to talk about other hor speaking of scream. When I saw scream I was living in Austin, and I had a house out by the lake. It was dark and I had forgotten. You know, I would usually if I had a screening at night. I would remember to keep the porch light honor have a couple of lights on that day. I had forgot. And I had to drive into that driveway. It was pitch black in the middle of the woods out by lake Austin. And I had an even though scream is funny. And it took the it was scary to in the dark winter by yourself scary. That was the first scream so I hadn't put a yeah. I had a moment. Ladies and gentlemen. I had a moment out in that driveway as a grown woman. I was a little bit freaked while I'm susceptible. You know, we all are. So I think it's it's a horror movie for people who don't like are movies. You think Halloween is I would like to see Rosemary's baby again. And see I 'cause I wonder how it holds up. I remember being just thoroughly creeped out by that. I feel like I watched that recently. And it does hold up. Hold up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. With Gordon then of course, the original exorcist that one. Well, and you know with both of those and with Halloween to one of the things I appreciated about Halloween last night was the score that John carpenter on music that he wrote which was so simple and kind of tinny in a way in a little bit. You know, it's just a little since Trach right on the edge of cheesy fitness perfect. Sown s yes, yeah. It's a psychotic. It really. Is. It was the runner up for the song this week. I'll just say that. I'm wondering last night. I was like I wonder if if Mark will put that, but it would be hard to kind of do a needle drop that made any kind of sense. Yeah. It's just it's sort of just over and over again. But as a soundtrack theme, I mean, that's really it's one of the most iconic horror movies, really good. And they used it. I thought it really really well. So what's your favorite harvey'll? Yeah. We all liked it last year. I loved it through. And I was thinking about this when we were talking about, you know, we're talking about Halloween before before the show started. And I realized okay, the Red Sox gave me an excuse, but Asher movies. I'm not it's not my bag baby. You know? I just jump scares. And I just because I see it coming. We all get out. Don't go. The guy leaves the truck, right? The guy is son or driving like gotta go and see what's going on on the audience wrong. They grownup stuff there's one, and it's not really a horror movie, but there's a couple in the sound the song of the day is going to relate to one of my favorite horror movies. I'll save that for then. But the one that came to my mind, and it's because it's from much well my youth. I should say childhood, but the lost boys of always love that movie. I love that. You know? I don't know. I don't know why. But really love that. Because it's not it's funny enough that it's not quite as scary. But there's a few scary moments. But I just you know, for some reason that stuck in my head. I mean, you could go way back. We talked about the shining is the one that scares the. That's the one where I'm like. I just can't sit down the exorcist. You know, those are the one I saw the shining. They had played the here's Johnny clip so much that it was that it didn't have any powered, you know, that wasn't when he's freaking out and again spoilt if you haven't seen it. But that wasn't the scary part for me. It was the two little girls memories. Don't explain that enough. And it's so random and creepy that that's the thing that everything's show up in it, don't they? Well, there's little there's there's little girls little girls in it. And the little boy his brother is at the beginning. Yeah. That's yeah. Sean, and it it harkens back to it. But to this day, if I'm in an apartment complex or a hotel, and I look around for kidding a big win again. I know, I know so brilliant. But I but lost boys for me because I can I like to laugh, and I can laugh a lot in that one. That's good. How are you? Well, like, I say, my favorite horror film is the exorcist the exorcist one that's still creeps me out. And I get creeped up when I look at those steps and Georgetown, by the way, do you know, and this is so inside local the gas station. That's right. And the left of that guesses should be taken down. I I think probably putting up more apartments. So we may lose the exorcist steps. Really? Declare some kind of landmark or something. There was some discussion of the exorcist steps recently. I hope we don't use them. And it's a cool thing. I've I've run the stairs. Once in a while when I'm feeling. Yeah. It's it's a really cool thing. But those the house at the top they've had to erect a big brick wall overrun of it. Because so many people. You know, look in and throw stuff at it. Like holy water. Yeah. The exorcist mean. Yeah, that's one. One kind of a cool thing. Like, it's like I like it when we're in in December. You get all the great holiday movies. You know, they're always on TV. There's all the ads for him. So I like this. I like this time of year. Well, and let's let's also remember the mummy ribs. Took the well. What was the office this grew Reginald loving ours? Did you hear that posters for sale urge that I heard that got a Kickstarter campaign Kickstarter? One. Frame frame. Michael's? Again. As an original. You know, the originals we honor the original. Of course, that was so original because it was about him and his soul mate. Somehow had a connection to him absolately. So the basics as the fundamentals is say the mummy, we're not talking about the Tom Cruise movie from about the nineteen thirty two. Yes boras. The only one the mummy mummy, the mummy of mummies. Should we talk about beautiful? Boy, I was very much looking forward to this. Steve Carell who is really turned into such a good actor Denison grad. Very happy to have EuroPol. Timothy shallow, Matt pal. I still have never I don't think I've ever met the young man. But but you like his work. Call me by your name van also Maura Tierney. And they she is the stepmother, and he is the father of child of a young man who gets addicted to drugs and the family tries to deal with the addiction. And it's based on a book by a writer whose name I don't chef is actually to books it's based on both the each of them wrote a memoir, Nick chef and his dad David, and they this is sort of an Malcolm of both memoirs, apparently and. I would not recommend it to anyone. I it's hard is in the right place. And I just got worn out by it. And then I was disappointed in the ending and the end because they didn't quite. They to me they weren't able to tie together. So they did that worst thing you can do in a movie they go to black. And then they start throwing all these words up there all these sentences all these stats, which to me undermines the experience of you. If you can experience that what do you need all of this stuff for it was? I would not recommend found it hard to deal with and. Contradictory. Yep. That's a good point. Yeah. I didn't. I didn't really like it much either. Although I do think shall amaze performances. Amazing in case. There was any doubt. He's a good actor. I think this will put any not that there should be any doubt. But he really elevates. What's there? And I don't think what's there is like you said I thought it was repetitive. And it's just a study in misery. And I gotta tell you as much as I do admire Steve Carell from what he's done in terms of stretching. I don't this was a good performance. I just don't think that I don't think the character suited his range limited after all which is perfectly fair. But. It's just didn't think it was his strongest. We went from like to do eleven. Yeah. Again. It was repetitive. And it was cyclical, and it's just it's just watching very difficult situation kind of cycle cycle through. And you know, the filmmaker tries to kind of. Earn interest by scrambling the timeframe and doing lots of kind of visually pretty things. But it doesn't really do anything to change the fact that this is just a, you know, it's it's it's a story we all know way to Americans no way too. Well, but it just didn't offering thing new, and honestly, I don't wanna give anything away. But the fact that that that the young man did write a memoir should tell you something. Which is good news. But I wanted a little bit more about how he you know, or why just like what? Yeah. I just needed some more other than just watching it happen. I needed more insights into what were what were the motivating factors both in terms of the addiction. And ultimately, you know, maybe getting free of it. You know? So I just yeah. I wanted more. I since we're going there. I was thinking will he turned his sons pain into copy? Well. Yeah. How the sun felt about you know. Well, yeah. I mean, I do think there's an interesting sort of subtext of the whole thing, which is that this dad, you know, he was a writer for Rolling Stone. He's hip you can tell that he raised his kid to be cool. You know, it's like you're going to know all the right music, and you're going to have all the right taste and all the right things and part of the part of his reaction to the diction is wait a minute. This isn't the script. You weren't supposed to do. This pot is okay. I did drugs. I'm hip, I'm cool. But this is this is going you can tell he's been projecting his own ego onto this kid all his life. And that's part of the issue. And I did think that was an interesting sub theme. You know, I thought that was really fascinating. Because I think we all tend to do that with parenting. Well, as not a parent, but I would think. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna make you be the cooler version of myself. I'm such a cool dad mom that you won't possibly perfect for you. Screw me over, you know. So I. I loved that part. Like, I thought that actually, but they didn't really I almost felt like it was accidental. You know, like they didn't really delve into it with any kind of just I would not work. I wouldn't either arch by the way Timothy shallow may just to give you an update on what's coming out for him next. Yeah. The king he plays. King. Henry the fifth. Oh, David Michaud. If i'm. Then and this is next year. Then Little Women directed by Greta gerwig. Oh, good. And then this is not they've concluded principal Tigra in this. But a rainy day in New York directed by Allen apparently shelved show. That's last. I heard was that they are not going to be releasing that? Well, there you go. But if you're at you know, what really termi not turn me around on him. I thought I've always thought he was gifted. But there was I think we talked about this on an earlier pod was there's a little movie called miss Stevens. That I think is available on streaming. Check it out on Amazon and or net flicks. If you can it's called miss Stevens with lily Rabe who I think is fantastic. And I wanna see her more often she plays a high school drama teacher who takes a troupe of her kids to a drama competition and Timothy Shalam is one of these kids and his performance within the performance is one of the best things I've ever saw. It is really amazing. I've read about these. Theatrical shirt ever did. It says I'm looking here on a limited release in September of two thousand sixteen. So it's definitely available on check it out. It's a really neat little movie. And he is he is superb. Dow two things I was gone two weeks and longer. It really does that's part of my plan. You can't miss me. If I don't. Oh, no. And I started talking about a star is born all month before it opened. And because I had the wonderful experience of that screening where George Stevens junior interviewed Bradley Cooper afterwards. George was just snowed. I think by the old school techniques of a star is born. And then of course, I heard your podcast talking and talking and talking about it. And it seems to have hit a nerve that that story seems to seems skeptical though, I love the old school touches I loved a lady Gaga of who is so fascinating. And so a charismatic, and I love the closeups of the of the story. I think the second half doesn't carry the way the first half fos. Yeah. That day new mall. I was when I was on my road. Trip. I was thinking, well, you know, I liked the Judy Garland version because in her life. She was both characters really good behind. You're right. She really was he was the rising star. And then she was the falling stuff. Panned of. I don't know. I'm just I'm interested that it's hidden nerve. And I liked it enough. It's not my favorite movie this year. But. You know, I salute when something strikes the nerve. And this certainly has. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it's really special. I still I still love it. Yeah. And for me, the the measure for me of great movie is if it stays with me, not just the next, but even resonates a few days after that. And this is like two weeks after I was still rolling through the artistic debate. That was you know, throughout the film, and and just certain moments in it just when it when it sticks with me like that that that to me, that's my own bellwether for. Well, I also I think they were very smart to bring it out early. You know to do the test screenings like a month before. And and I don't think there was an embargo. I mean, I think they were just throwing it out there. Tell us what you think. Right. Yeah. And and I think that's that's a smart get that were going and the music. I think the fact that the music is good on its own album is selling and that shallow song is just it's just. Transcends the movie, and so that that just adds to the mystique and the allure and that kind of popular will the song to that is I guess Jackson main Bradley Cooper's character, Jack and means like signature hit. Maybe it's. Yeah. Let the all time. Yeah. They never play that in its entirety. You really only see like a verse of that. Like when he's up on. He liked picks guitar at the track. The whole song in that. If he did I don't remember it. I need to go back and watch it. But I I have downloaded that song. And listen to maybe about fifty thousand times, which one is Jason is song. I'll have to look that up. I meant to look at. But anyway, I think they did a really cool job with the music as I did with Juliet naked. I think both are good examples of music centered movies that really did the music, right. You know, I wish Joe Juliet naked. I think is out of theaters now. And it may be streaming Cran. What agree now, I just it's a crush. I wanna summer crash you'll see it other movie. I was really looking forward to is first man. And as you know, I was gone the last couple of weeks. So I went to a retail screaming at a Cineplex in San Antonio regular civilian. I wanna be a fly on that wall quarry of una plex. I think it's got sixteen theaters and the three o'clock matinee was eight dollars and eleven cents that with us. And here's what I want to remind us. Did you do like Harvey Korman and blazing saddles student fair. I'm sorry. I didn't even have to ask. No, you're old when you don't have to ask for your senior discount. So you know, you get there and they're showing commercials. I got there at three forty five start. I got their set down by three thirty. So you get there. And they're running commercials commercials for TV shows, and then three forty five calms, and they run the thing, you know, turn off your cell phone, and don't talk and don't be a jerk. And then I set through five or six trailers, plus the student commercials for Coca Cola. You know, film students get like fifty five minute. But yeah, it goes it just us long. Let's here's the front of think of the trailers. I saw the nutcracker Mary Queen of Scots Ben is back aquaman, Halloween, Robin Hood. And I think there were a couple of others and there were about twenty five people in the audience at three o'clock on what day week day a Friday. Okay. Three o'clock on Friday. The youngest. Now, if we were diverse there was all kind of of ages there, and no Mark you always say, there's always one in the audience. Yes. Usually they sit right next to me. Well in a might magnet. The audience was so enthralled that you could heard a pin in the last thirty minutes when the moonshot begins and you go into space, and you know, some of those scenes are dead. Silence. Real silence. Thank you. So compelling. I mean, you're. Seat could feel the audience holding their breath and the experience gave me goosebumps. I'm so happy to hear that. So great. It is one of my favorites this year. It's great. It's a good movie. It's a really good movie and deserve your attention. Absolutely. I know and it's not getting the attention. It's really not it didn't open Ticu Yalies up to expect -tations and some people think that that stupid talk about a false flag operation. Exactly flag controversy which was actually it was so Indiana that I didn't even mention I just I refused to even dull Jit over effected. Effected if it affected this movie in any way, I'm going to be really angry because Kanthi thrilling global American achieve. American flags flying. Everybody in the world is is captivated by this. And I we talked about this last week, and I'm not spoiling a pot here because we all know that Nealon all walked on the moon, the dramatic. I thought for me. I heard you say this. And I thoroughly agree. It's the footstep and in the looking up to see the footprint. That's it's like the flag is just like, okay. We did that afterward. You don't need that for that scene. You could have it. But you don't need it. And for this to become a thing now is utterly absurd. It's just infuriating and Neil Armstrong. Was he was a Gary Cooper type? He was the strong silent America, right sixties. And and you know, this is played out against the backdrop of the Vietnam war and everything else that was going on polarization. I thought it was an incredible movie. And I was so proud of the audience. That I set with after wonderful. Through forty five minutes of stuff to see that. God, that's cool. And it was worth the journey. Right. Yeah. That's so great. Commercials. And then twenty five minutes of trailers, it makes it tough. I'm all we can I hope people can get over whatever they're not getting go. See it's the kind of thing, you know, it is we always talk about those all rounders like you can send people to this. And just say go, you know, and I just think that kind of movie, you know, it's just it'll if you're old enough to remember it'll bring it back in a way that's valuable, and if you're too young to know it then it's a beautiful primer. And what happened was an inclusive American moment. I and I remember because I'm old staying up all night with the group of friends watching the picture because it's seems to me like they landed at like one AM or midnight the middle of the night because I remember getting out of bed to see it. All I was my parents got me out of the crib and held in front of the TV watch this. But I mean, I people ask me how old I am. And I said, well, I was born in nineteen sixty nine. April. I was around for Woodstock, and I was arrested. You know, but it's here. Cronkite talked about the JFK Texas play. Because we do. It's remains to me the most significant achievement of humanity. I mean, the great the we did it as Americans. But this is for all humanity that we put a put dudes in a little washing machine and there four days a week to go to another planet. No attention to the flag plows. That's totally relevant. That's totally relevant. Well, and most people who were talking about it haven't seen the movie that. Yeah. It's usually the case. These people looking for a little click click bait and a little purchasing the pundit wars or whatever. Yeah. Silly speed beat. You can read and review. Nothing is not click bang up watching this movie. Kill you. If you. You can read and one of these reviews of Washington Post dot com. I post stuff at arch Campbell dot net. Send us your wise cracks too at the movies twenty two at gmaiLcom at the movies twenty two gmaiLcom, and we come to you from chatter, it Wisconsin Jennifer streets in northwest, Washington. Dc chatter. It's a restaurant. It's a bar. It's a podcast studio. And it's a money losing hobby, or I dare friend. Tony corn is talk about a Kickstarter campaign lifestyle last choice. Truly is it's bedecked with Halloween. I've never seen so many holidays decorating, natural, Nancy view. Yeah. Really is fantastic. You gotta see it, by the way as decide note. Tony we got this on the show earlier this week from Brian Polian. Who is the special teams coach for Notre Dame? He sent in in official Notre Dame football helmet. God with the gold like legitimate Notre Dame gold flecked paint on it. It's behind the bar were done. It's literally one of the coolest things ever. Yeah. So come by and see that an order like six meals just just to help the cause. So so I'm bereft on streaming. I'm brian. Do you have anything to hang your sole goal is over for this season? And now he's Saul. He he became sole. He became Saul in the in the closing moments of that. And you've been wondering. Yes. Going to happen. You could see it bubble up. He was selling cell phones out of the back of his car legally. You know, he's like he can't help himself from being who he is. You know? And you know, he's we know Kim is just right at the edge racy Varna who I just I can't sing praises in is he gonna drag her down. Well, she's not in breaking bad. So I think one of two things happens either. She says I'm going away because you're just toxic. And I don't need you any my life at all. And she just leaves completely or one of his games up getting her killed. I hope to God. That's not the case. I mean, that's that's what we're all thinking. Well, certainly he does get involved with some. I mean gusts. You know, running that methane pyre is is a tough guy as we found out with the German guy thought he could sneak out of this construction site for few days to see his wife, and he found out that the drug dealers who were funding the whole construction operation. We're like, yeah. No. You can't. And it's going to import for you so spoiled that for everybody, I'm sorry. It's been out over a week. You know, there should be a time. Limit for the somebody fries. Tell me they blew up the death star. To, you know, fill see it. Okay. Well, and you need to be really of familiar with breaking bad. But if you are, it's just brilliant. I had such deep doubts. This is gonna work. You know, it's like Joey Frenchaccent. It's like, no you're just trying to scam some money and just keep it going. But boy, they really did it correctly. They did a Jonathan banks. I can't get enough of him either. Everything he does good. Yeah. He really isn't it and this has really given him an extension of his role, which was so good. It was and you wanted more of that, you know. And so you got it. It's it's all across the board. I know you you never got into that universe outside the boy, it's fans on this one. But I'm happy for all of you. Yeah. So you got nothing watch. Now, there was a British version which exactly yes with a sexy vicar of. Saucy? Yes. To write that down. Back to Avoca between things to you know. I'm like, I'm waiting for all my fate like the counterpart trailer sits out in the counterpart seen it. I'm so excited. That's coming. But that's not coming till December. I'm waiting for my crown to come back. I'm waiting for my Babylon Berlin to come back my catastrophe. I'm kind of in that show that the that the listener turned us onto injustice wonderful, but it only six episodes. Yes. So now, I'm kinda like you're like, I need more. So I'm something called the Romanoff's by Wigner who is the guy that leaner, the guy that played Buzz Aldrin. Oh, Corey stall Corey stalls in it, and among many others as a cast of I can't this is on is this on Amazon prime. Doing old school. It's not been Jabbour. They're they're renting out by one by one. I I don't know what it's about. But I wanna watch I do because spoiler alert I interviewed Diane lane last week Niamh. She asked about me. Should I got the feeling? We can talk about that. You're right. Probably about she's in one of these episodes of the Romanovs. Oh, she is fantastic. And so it's basically the loose theme. Is that you know, there are people who think that they are descendants or maybe sometimes are descendants of the actual Romanov family white Russians. Right. Exactly. This is kind of loose. That's the loose connection. They all share is some connection with that family. Whether it's real or imagined, okay? And other than that. I really don't know they have shroud this thing in so much secrecy like I asked for press. Usually, you get a square press and stuff it was like pulling teeth getting the screener, which I finally did. Oh, you so you have but I don't even want to comment on it. Because I don't know how it fits into the larger constellation. That'll come out in a few weeks. But on ously it's a little bit of a mystery about how everybody relates and how they overlap or they do overlap. So I don't know we're just along for the ride, but it is an amazing cast I- amazing. I she's Diane lane. She's just tremendous. Type about that. Because that that story is coming out in a few weeks. So we can talk about it more than when is the Romanoff's available. Is that out? They started it. Okay. So there's like one episode one. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. Whatever night it drops Thursday or Friday. That's what you get. Then you gotta wait a week. And I know and I will never try and sway either. One of you to the Walking Dead. But this might give you comfort on some level. The ratings are really starting to dive on this show. I think it and there's a couple of actors that are leaving it after the season. I think the seasons is great as any of them. I'm captivated by every time it's on I just cannot turn away. But I think I think the end is nine the Indies everything has its natural end. That's okay. Can I choose you some Drager Samis arch? I'm looking for something. The Walking Dead. Yeah. I wish I had something. Justice is good. Yeah. But the Romanoff is heard another thing, and I meant to look this up before maybe maybe our production team are crack production team could. Lathering. Apparently, there is a show called the wine show w I n e. Why it's kind of like top gear for wine with everybody is on it. Oh, must track this down like an elk in the wild bringing in hold on with Matthew goody J. Federene any and Matthew Reese, oh my God. This is. Must find it. Do they just sit around and get one? Wow. That's brilliant. Thank read. We've talked about James per floor. Good. Okay. If you need something good is good too. Is these terrific? If you want something good to watch. This is not new HBO. It was two seasons called Rome. And it it's one of an ancient history guy. I need to watch that it is. So unbelievably, well, I'm going to put that on my list, I need to I cannot recommend it highly enough. And I forget oh gosh. Now going to look it up so talk about yourselves for second. But rome. The guy who plays Caesar is a guy that we've all seen before what is his name darn it. Look at this. Hold on. I can think of Caesar. I hardly know be see we can't. All I can think of is Steve corral. Sierran Hines am I pronouncing here in high? He is so good. I Kevin McCabe is in it. Ray Stevenson Zenit. This is all based by the way on true figures from Roman history things to minor characters they build all show around. It's like almost like a Rosencrantz and gilded stern kind of characters. But it's just so well done if you want something good I recommend that. I find that wine wine show. I'm in wine show in the Romanoff's. That's wow. Now, there was another show that was back last night that of course, none of us watch. Because you guys were and I was watching the Red Sox. Oh, yeah. The Connors, formerly Roseanne, right? And okay. So we didn't watch it. But the reviews on it are that the handled her departure as well as you possibly could. They did it with respect they weren't. So it wasn't just mean to it wasn't mean-spirited wasn't like when Charlie Sheen. Right. Yeah. And it wasn't like chef on south park. When when Isaak's left that this was done with dignity with respect. They didn't them using a bad metaphor kick that corpse around. I guess the storyline was something that she Odid on prescription drugs. And so there was that scene that they were dealing with. And it takes place a few months after the funeral and after the death. So it's how the whole family is reacting to excuse me, dealing with it. And from all accounts, they did a very good job of it. And there are some quarters that are saying, maybe the show is better than what I was eating, but I was just kind of dipping in and out. But my my impression is some people do think, it's even stronger. It's more about the characters now than about Roseanne Roseanne was so white hot that gives hard to see past. I mean, she very sense. She was that care, right. Maybe it's more of an ensemble. And what a great on samba Laurie Metcalf. John Goodman, right? Yeah. Terrific casca. Johnny lucky. I guess is coming back in it. And Mary Steenburgen was guest starring it. And again, I'm just getting this as the woman that supply the prescription drugs to Roseanne seen some of the trailers some heated back and forth with John Goodman, and her character. So it looked motion. But I'll be honest with you. I've never been. I'd never watched that show. But I'm going to go back and watch that. Oh, and I also want to say I did get a chance to watch free solo. Oh, my oh. Have you know, greener? Oh, my plan to while. Archie got. It's it's an award contentious Tony every and doing very well at the box. All go the moment. There's a moment closure years March where he he meets the people the there's like all of a sudden out of nowhere is like couple of folks, you know, spending. Just can't even believe that you're seeing you can't there are moments where you just cannot believe what you are seeing. It's wild. So good. I'm glad you caught up with. Yes. Thank you for that. Is it music time? It is music time. I had a song. I was going to suggest. Maybe I'll it to you. Right. A require. Okay. We'll talks ourselves fine. Well, I hope you. I hope you watch Rome. I really I'm going to watch I know him classics keep Trump, but I just I love the way that they did it. They really did a great job of it. And how you pronounce his name. Sharon hines. I always think sh what do you think arch? Sharon, Sharon, Hahn, negative, Cheryl Hines. Cheryl. Hi. Larry, David Zenit. Yeah. It's. By the way, I was making a joke, and I'll I'll test this with you guys. I want to do this in my neck stand up. So I was thinking about how every time anything from ancient history. Everybody's in a British voice. All they do the antics. Shakespeare, and I was like wouldn't it be great? If instead of that, they did like the stereotypical bad Italian voice friends. Oh, man. Leucopenia, and I can't tell this pronunciation, it looks like it's. Really obscuring. Wow. Wow. Even more confusing. All right. How we're going to share in just Marcus. Sorry arch arches handling this. No, no. Horror movie. I mean October mode read what you wrote. Well, sure. Well, I man lunar rhapsody. Yeah, by Baxter is that who that was Vanni Toronto. So perfect for that. And by the way, it was Jason is bell. That wrote the song from that. We're talking about left at good times. Whatever it's called now. Yes. Other one care on. Yes. Oh, secure on here on or Kieron Keiron. Karen, Keiron cure on heireann Hines to run on names brilliant as Caesar. So this is our soundtrack song of the week. You're gotta get this one in one note, really? Oh, sure rice, they're young credence. Clearwater revival. Right. By the way, the critical commentary on this song. This was releasing. Let's see April of nineteen sixty nine John Fogerty reportedly wrote this after watching the devil and Daniel Webster. I'm sparked by seen film involving a hurricane forty four claims. The song is about the apocalypse. That's going to be visited on all of us. Birth. Yeah. They did read after I was born this. I'm playing the song because this is from the soundtrack of I think my favorite horror movie of all time where wolf in London American world in London which used sound as before the show and was one of the first movies. I counted that was like whether these in soundtrack and a great way you'd blue moon know, a couple of versions of that you had this, and it just it just worked on every level for me. It was it's a lot of comedy. But also, very scary. And I remember seeing that movie and being utterly blown away by it and just really really loved. I think Griffin Dunne is only note from that. Did not play the lead. I forget the guy who played the lead. Hold on. I have it right here. It was David Naughton. Dan. Yeah. So a lot of good stuff. Yeah. Eighties. But just to it's one of those movies that kind of gets lost in the cracks of it's time and directed by by the way, written directed by John Landis. And I think he's deal was that he'd written it like a long time ago. And oh, yeah. He'd written it when he's system on Kelly's heroes. He and fellow crew member were driving in the back of a car when they came across a group of gypsies, the appeared before Ming rituals on a man being buried so that he would not rise from the grave, this realized would never be able to confront dead gave the idea for this movie in wrote it and sixty nine but shelved it for ten years. And it wasn't until he had some success with other stuff like the blues brothers in Kentucky Fried movie that he finally got Greenland project. So just just to kind of a cool rock and roll horror movie from back in the day. Do you guys have fond memories of just me? No, no, no. I remember it was kind of a of an update of thirties. Yes. Or the will. And and it tweaked it with contemporary music and contemporary actors, and it had a lot of humor to it. And and yeah, I thought it was good. I don't think I watched the. I know there are gaps in my movie knowledge because when did it come out eighty one eighty college see when I'm in there like my whole colleges, I didn't see many movies because I was at school. I was aligned and we didn't really have a big we had like a little art house theater in our little town Northampton, but I don't remember going to movies just movies weren't that big deal back then. Ludi crazy the way we are. Now movies were very cool. He's coming into their own in the late sixties and seventies. And you could see things in the movies that you couldn't see on TV. And by the way, wasn't a big part of our cultural life in my at my school for some reason. It's just so I do a huge well in four four younger extras who listen, we didn't always have this thing called cable. He's word coming out that you could see three months later or streaming or anything like that back. Them in theaters. And then they vanish head, but we were going to like art movies. You know what I mean like? What I mean like ring in king of hearts, and I remember seeing my brilliant career, you know, stuff like that. But we weren't seeing may exactly and they would show foreign films on campus. But we weren't going to go see the movie that was coming out on that Friday at all at all. It was just not a part of our life. Those the Truffaut movies when they came out. It was a big deal from France Shino, people would go and watch them and think nothing of the subtitles, good luck. With that. I want to very briefly mention my road tar yet. And why I like road trips because I sit there, and I do my best thinking as I'm driving and listening to the radio and thanks to serious. I listened to a bunch of really odd stuff. I heard a nineteen Forty-five recording of Carmen from the Metropolitan Opera, which was amazing because you could hear the the singers dropping around because they didn't have the kind of microphone. We have. And then I discovered the classic radio channel. That's my fav-. I heard cost Selo in nineteen thirty five broadcast of the Lux radio theater. This is why wanna mention it. The host is sesame demille. I'm not familiar with him nineteen thirty five when they moved to Hollywood and their deal was they would remake movies as radio plays. But they couldn't always get the same actors. So they would cast different actors in the radio plays of these movies. So for instance, they did a production of CASA Blanca with Alan Ladd and Hetty Lamar goodness. And you know, it's just it's so the show I heard was called the legionaire and the lady which was originally the movie Morocco with Marlene, Dietrich and. Gary Cooper, this performance Dietrich and Clark Gable? That's so cool. Ed. So after the show demille interviews the stars and gabled comes up and says, Mr. Gable a thousand hearts are pumping because you are here, and my young assistant gave me a screen test of you. But the studios at your ears were too big. And then Marlene Dietrich comes out. They interview them separately not together, and these misdee- Trich your so beautiful and to such an honored have you here and our audience would be so grateful if you would sing your signatures on from the Blue Angel falling in love again. She says, Yes, Mr demille would be happy to do that would be accompanied by the composer of falling in love again, Mr. Frederick Hollander. He starts on the piano, and then Dietrich literally drops her voice on octave. Noon rule of again. To do never vaunted to can help an all I could think of was Madeline Kahn. Saddle. Hello. How you doing? When you said, hey, Lemar of things at Hannity heavily people. Brooks. For generation. Well, a her, you know, Madeline Kahn's imitation was spot. Perfect. Oh now, I wanna see that again. Genius. That is so. For the trend. When else would you do that when you're dry driving you like this miles? You're like I got this for the next few hours. Yeah. This is perfect. Can I give you a little recommendation? Yes. Yes. I don't know if we've gone there yet, I do have sleep issues. Sometimes I find it hard to sleep. Sometimes I find it hard to when I wake up to go back to sleep hard to wake up. That's my. That's also. Well, when you when I've had trouble, but I discovered BBC there's a BBC radio app. Bebo rare. Yep. Did you like the theatrical chased certainly do I play radio BBC? It's it's awesome. And I've been listening to there is a series on there. Hold on. Now. I'm gonna look at it. Because it's with Bill Nye, oh van is much phone it. It's night, Bill Nye. Yes. My favorite Bill Nye who should have gotten last year. Yes. Yes. Nine cool. Okay. Was it called Charles price is they changed the list every few weeks. So now's not even on there anymore. But check it out because there's all these different. You know, there's a there's the Saint there's the old. Oh temple. Yeah. Simon templar. Oh. There's this long running soap opera soap opera called the archers that I'm completely addicted to now and they're classics or modern all of it. Million things on love it. It's just fun to scroll down and try different things. It's really fun. What's being see radio? Yes. It is the name of the thing is on. I'm gonna start playing it. You don't need that in your life. I player radio BBC. I player radio. Okay. And I've got a recommendation for you on my automatic my audible app audio books. I listened to of on with great frequency the actual production of jest in when I love that story Colston PC, Ren. But it starring Laurence Olivier, which is pretty cool. And I think Orson Welles directed the whole thing. So it's like, yeah. It's pretty cool the checkout so mania fans to. I love those sounds great arch. So we. Was just so having just drive. Yeah. Listen to Marlena. Clark Gable rolls by then I heard Jack Benny perform brewster's millions. Great is that rates? That's great. So we've got some emails. As you said before the address at the movies twenty two g mail dot com. This from a Patty Tatum we've heard from her before. Hi, guys love the podcast from October fourth the discussion about the Texas hill country just brings back memories. I lived in Kyle which is just outside of Austin. And my son is still in San Marcos beautiful. I think of bananas the Woody Allen movie when I hear about San Marco. If you want to miss, the crowds, but get great barbecue go to Kent blacks in San in San Marcos. They have another location Lochore. I always bring a large order to Louisiana when I'm in from my Amil annual visit quite says used to be. Quite says used to heart. That's quite but now blacks is considered because the crisis family moved up to a new place. Right. And there was sort of a split. Okay. Blacks place, and then, you know, the place. I went Louis Mueller, which I sent you a picture of. Yes, that's sort of the granddaddy because the guy from Franklin came there. And learn at the seat of the master. This all the way from England Dave in bury Saint Edmunds England. Dear an arch and Mark I've been meaning to tip you off to this show bodyguard from the BBC. Okay. Db drama series that I believe net. Flicks has picked up you won't be disappointed, buddy. Okay. Right up my street. Yes. Oh in this. Final one. This is just to me. But I wanna make sure we highlight this look up John C Reilly singing fathom the bowl on a discount rogues gallery, which is co produced by Johnny Depp around the time of the first pirate movie. You can thank me later. Big fan. Mike, Mike sorry. I downloaded album it ten years ago. Like I've had that album. I know I know that song Johnson these things a couple of songs on it. And he's just he's a multi talented guy. Are you looking forward to the Abbott and Costello movie as much as we are low? Laurel hardy set cannot wait trailer. I have not seen the trail. Okay. I I have in the first the only I know we can't judge trailer. But I told you this, and I'll say it again reminded me of Chaplin sort of the setup for it. And I always yes, showcase, I think this is going to be fantastic night of around. I watched this is your life when they did a loyal and hearty. There was some reference to one of their silent films where he goes to the dentist and the inhale a lot of laughing gas. Sues? You know classic. Good ole the Google and ipad. Yes. So, but yeah, I can't wait for that. Can't wait, and I see Riley as the party looks. I mean, the the makeup work. They did. He just looks fantastic. Looks fantastic. Dave on that. Let me look that question. Let me look you guys you guys give me your under the radar recommendations. I'll look that up. Well, I'm going to jump in again and go for I man, I'm just I was just so impressed and don't overlook it's will it gave me goosebumps. Do you know I'm going to? I'm just going to reinforce that for mine. And it's by the way is incredible interesting character Janet is and the way she plays. Her is just it's great. It's like I've never met that person before you know, the kind wasn't quite key little wasn't a cookie cutter back a little bit of she has to now gives them what for. No, you're talking to them. I'm not, you know, I just loved that. It's at the Avalon, which is even it's just like, you know, it's fun to go. See that. An I max if you can. But it's also I think seeing it at the avalanche would be really really special. So that would be my pick of the week. Good mine. This is a movie Liam Niessen. Did I think it was last year? It's called the commuter. I love the. No, I'm gonna stick with in the in the Halloween mood. So I'm going to go. I already talked about a couple of ones I like. But this one isn't really scary movie. But it counts for Halloween. Go back and watch young Frankenstein. Oh back in. Off of guarantees people out there that comes on, and it's black and white and the black and white watch it. Okay, watch it. It's when Mel Brooks had his ninety nine mile an hour fastball. Gene wilder Teri Garr Madeline. Von it's just the scene. Whether Clore spin. When they're with us my boyfriend. Yeah. Put seem we're Madeline Kahn. And and gene wilder are saying goodbye on the train platform. Tappita is it's. So you know to your uncle Marquis, watch it watching. Okay. Does that leave us a our final words closing lines? Will may I quote an Hornets? I'm waiting for my crown to come back. That makes it sound. Like, I've got dental problems. I'm going to quote from Halloween. This week's Halloween just say, we're making a podcast three thousand sound. Got it. When you. And I'm gonna quote, I think it was u n we need is a sexy. Baker saucy may. Hey now.

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"Happy F*cking New Years"

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"Happy F*cking New Years"

"Hello and welcome to hysteria. I'm Aaron Ryan This Week Eliza Master Monica and I look ahead to twenty twenty and how we're going to keep ourselves in fighting shape for the most important election of our lifetimes. Then t n Tran Kerlin deal and Priyanka arab-indian join me in studio to look back on two thousand nineteen from what we love to watch on. TV To what we read in speaking of reading. We've also got an interview with author. Julia Leah Phillips then instead of hills. We're GonNa talk about all the ways. Women stood up to president trump this year. You'll love to see it. Hey Are you guys ready for twenty twenty. You might think that it's going to be a bad year. What with the eleven months of escalating shouting culminating in the loudest election in our lifetimes times? But I actually think it will be good for example. Twenty twenty is perfect for those New Year's Eve glasses which means the year won't start off with people trying to figure out a way to make eye holes holes in the number one which was a disaster for ten years so for more on how we're getting ready for a very important year. I'm going to call my friend former White House. Deputy Chief of operations under president in Barack Obama and the Generis Garin of grouchy looking cats Eliza master Monica Hello Aaron what was that accent. was that an accent. It sounded like Liverpool. That accent accent is sinusitis. You sound like one of the Beatles. They don't be jealous. I'm totally jealous. So end of the year is a time when a lot of people start kind of assessing what they've already done which is stressful because everybody feels inadequate when they're like what have I done this year. You know whatever but I think what's exciting about the end of the year is that it's a good time to get ready for what's coming in what's coming in. Twenty twenty is a lot of really important stuff The most important most important election in our lifetime is coming up and we have to. I guess be in good good fighting shape so I'm curious what you're GONNA do to get yourself ready to run the eleven month marathon that we have to run next year. I mean honestly I'm taking social media vacation. You are no way we know when I'm going to try. I have to try. Because here's the funny thing. Is You know. Oh I was in Bavaria for a family vacation and the upside of being like eight hours ahead of the east coast with three three generations of your family is like. You're not checking twitter all that often and so I get to my hotel room at the end of the night look at the TV. And be like it would just be like angular merckel miracle being like and then in America Today Huahua and move on and I felt as much better slick. It's not like I forgot. It was fundamentally terrible but sometimes we don't need to be. He reminded of how fundamentally terrible it is all the time because it does make you hopeless. Feel like you're not having impact when we are having impacts. were all having impact packed. It's like get up. You go to work every day you You help take care of people you help all ladies across the street you help support moms demand action Shen you help like support women's rights to reproduction or you know what I mean. Yeah and we're all helping we're doing but sometimes you just need a break you can't it can't just be the negativity in your face all the time because nobody wants to say the news doesn't WanNa say we're winning or we're having an impact. It's like not good news right now laying so we. That's what we I should do. Just needs to take a little break right. I mean you don't WanNa watch the sausage being made. Sometimes I think the news cycle can be really corrosive because you know you see see people coming with. It's a very very bad faith form of entertainment because everybody who comes onto your cable news screen is they're no they're not there to have a discussion there to represent talking points for the most part. They're there to repeat things that they've been told to repeat and they're there to to create a moment for themselves and that doesn't have anything to do with what's really happening. I think what's really happening. A really important thing. Is that the things that are happening. Things that are important are the things that are going on right around you. In addition to what's happening in Washington. Obviously but you can affect the things right around and you. You can't affect the fact that Neil Gorsuch is going on Fox News and and that's gross You can't affect the fact that The RNC is buying hundreds boards of thousands of copies of Donald Trump. Junior's book so that you know Daddy's little propeller hat boy can be on the New York Times bestseller list. Those things are infuriating creating but what you can affect is like you know. Do you talk to your friends and neighbors. Are you taking care of yourself. Are you making sure everybody's okay. Are you representing what your viewpoints viewpoints are and what your morals are in your own communities. And I think in order to be somebody. That's like an an local advocate. You have to you don't want to. I don't want to be like shaking my finger. I know that if I am being a local advocate I have to take care of myself and part of taking care of myself is is Do on my resolutions Eliza. Yeah let's hear okay so kind of along the lines of your social media vacation About the the last first half of last year I I read a ton and not like news. I read a ton of novels and really beautiful writing. That didn't really have anything to do with my day to day life and I found it to be a really incredible escape I found it to be A really great way to feel connected to people's experiences that were different than mine. And I mean I know whatever. I'm not like a kid who just learned how to read but it was really really helpful for me so going into twenty twenty. I'm always going to be reading a novel. And here's my trick back because I know it's sometimes hard to find. I was going to ask okay. So here's the trick Because I used to be like why is it taking me three weeks to read this book. It's only three hundred pages and it was. I would have like ten minutes a day where I would just like sit down or I would read before bed and pass out. Here is the trick Instead of when I find myself just aimlessly scrolling through social media. I'll be like you know what I'm doing the thing I will set a timer on my phone for twenty minutes. Turn my phone upside down. Pick up my book and I don't look at my phone. I don't look at anything but my book for those twenty minutes and usually when the timer goes off I'm like ten more minutes and then it only takes me you know a week or so. Oh to finish a book if I really liked committing to like that. so that's like a trick. That's very important because I think I'm reading fail because I try to do it before bed and the truth with is I just pass out and then I feel like I've lost my brain in what I mean. I feel excited about myself so then I stopped taking the book. Because I know I'm just GonNa Fall Asleep but I think that is a very very good option. It's actually how I wrote my second book. How did you give to turn the Wifi off? You turn off yet. Yeah because the problem is when you're writing the book you're usually on your computer right and so all of a sudden you're getting like pop up notifications and so there's an actual APP. You can download but I just just use my fingers and I would turn the Wifi off and set a timer separately. That was like four an hour because after an hour your brain needs a break anyway and I got so much done and so. I'm actually going to try that with reading because I'm I am feeling a bit. I'm feeling a bit dull. Look I could I could use with a solid you. The couple of books to plow through between now and my birthday. Let's say I mean it's Yeah I've I've I've found that reading has been super helpful. Also win reminded. When's your birthday again? And on the end of February okay. Good so I've time to assemble embarrassing. Present please do. I'M GONNA creeping up on the forty four or this year you leaks. Oh my God. You're DELLERI now double numbers. I don't know what that means. Let's pretend it's lucky. I also have found. This is gonNA sound really like Pollyanna but I've found that when I'm feeling really sad. It helps me to do something nice for somebody else that needs something nice. Nice done for them Yeah so The other the other day So I have my sister-in-law just had a baby and the baby is. She was born at the into November and I was trying to figure out what to buy her for the holidays and I tweeted. You know what is a good gift for a new mom that Oh I saw that that people well didn't think to give you and they're all these people that had all these great ideas and it made me think. Actually that's something. A lot of them were things you could do for a new mom or somebody who's busy. Who has like a lot not going on and not a lot of time there like things that you can do for people that you know and care about that will mean a ton to them and that won't be a huge sacrifice for you So like if you have a friend WHO's a new mom offering to babysit their kids because being around kids as mega distracting. Like it's really hard. It's really hard to be mad about the news when you're watching like you're trying to keep a four year old from killing themselves. It's great so I mean offering to babysit somebody's kids and being like you're going to go get a manicure right now and I'm going to sit with your kids and not think about the dumbness of the world. I'm GonNa think about how cool your kids are or how crazy your kids are I think like doing a little something like that for somebody that you know is super nice thing to do. I think that is really nice and you know unrelated but related a couple of weeks ago. I have really only been suffering with what I think are hot flashes. And it's like the more you think it's happening. You're like Oh my God. I'm only early forties. Is this really menopause. Like what's going to happen rush and I was really just like by myself on the Internet and just going down the rabbit hole and I was like fuck that and so I tweeted and I think that one thing that is nice to due to and that I want to do more of because people were so nice to me is like sometimes you just have a real question and you want to crowd source so I tweeted at menopause twitter and was like clashes. Start mock you about them and can I tell you I got the nicest most fucking helpful answers that you can possibly imagine so when I see people tweet things like that. I'm going to take time to write thoughtful a replies so that you can pass it forward pay it forward because like honestly some of the stuff I was like. Wow Wow. That's really easy like I can do that. And it helped Yeah 'cause we're not alone. Yes nobody nobody's ever I mean that's the upside and the downside of the Times. We're living in right now is nobody's ever alone. Nobody's ever alone like two sides of that. Let's use it to our advantage when we can. Yeah and we're especially really not alone going into two thousand twenty because there are many of us as we proved in two thousand eighteen and we just need to keep ourselves healthy and in good fighting mm shape and make sure that we're taking care of each other too. And I think we can do this. Eliza I think we can do it you know what in the immortal words of a man. We don't see enough anymore. Yes we can just came to me. And I told myself I am also tickled and let's end the conversation version on that happy New Year Eliza and looking forward to a great twenty twenty feet Zane by about a month ago we asked you to submit pitches for fake be level holiday movies the likes of which you might see on lifetime around this time of VR. And you guys responded in such force that we are quite frankly worried about you. We got hundreds of pitches and people are still sending them to the point. That Carolina is quote quote getting mad unquote as promised. We picked some of our favorites. And Right. Now you're going to hear some of the hysteria crew review of them. And in the meantime make sure to look out out for video versions of these pitches hitting could media socials. You definitely won't regret it. Unlike Caroline who in one hundred percent regrets agreeing to having this contest in the first place hope Hope you're ready. This is all in one for Christmas. Is You written by Rachel. Carol is a high I power working woman in the big city. She returns from her family. She for in Shipren Montana for the first Christmas and alone she does. She should since mom recently passed ask. Dad is on his own trying to return to her quainton idyllic hometown. She sees her childhood best friend. Tom Sensitive Guy. Man's Smith is now helping her. Dad runs sheep farm. Oh and he's a widow with a ten year old daughter named holly but the trouble and they need something big or or a large evil corporation will take over the farm make an automated jury. Can Carol Save the farm will she. Tom pull the wool away from their eyes. And realize your against one another with a large sweater sale one musical number that is completely unnecessary. And the help of a plucky general and Santa. It just might happen. Oh baby lamb on it. Tom's Christmas hello everybody. Welcome back This is a thing I feel. You need to be honest with you people. This is something thing we've recorded like a week ago. You're hearing you're hearing are old voices but we're going to do a special episode for you about the end of the year things we enjoyed in two thousand nineteen gene and things that we found to be good in a year of a burning garbage. So let me introduce the panel. WHO's here to help me try to end the year on a high I note first off? She is a comedian. In the head. Writer for CBS's diversity showcase. It's Dan Tran. Hella back so great to be we hear again again. ooh The magic of behind. Don't even yes. I think it was on an airplane with members of beach. Yeah I was in found out what this means. What does it mean there'd be a little? It's a tiny. It's a hard about this pan from blue. From from sunnyside. She would always do that. And and Moses were both like why she was putting up that money sign it was always like it every pictures like cash money and I was like. Oh I don't know anything about Capon. Okay up next yes we have. She's an actor comedian. You can see her on sunnyside on. NBC Dot Com. It's carrying who and Hulu NBC. Hulu Caesar Taylor and last but not least special guests. I think you're the most frequently appearing special guest on Hysteria Elia like Lovett. You've got squatters rights. At this point it it is crooked media zone Priyanka Urban de thank you so much for being there for having me as always loves panel. It's fun it's fun approach. How was your year my year is ending better than it started? I think that's good. That's bad it's like I feel like December has been busy and fun and we'll just kind of just be like yeah. It was fun shark totally. I remember one time I talked to you. And you're like I feel like crying all. Yeah that was. That was a dark days. Yeah we've moved past the look now doc. Is that this short days. I'm not crying in my car anymore. Like we're good so good teeth from you. You're a crying is bad like in New York City. You never have any alone time and I remember like learning that in New York you just cry out in the open. Oh Yeah it's like putting on the odorant you just I do it. You're just like well. There's no place for me to do this. You're sitting there like walking eating like a euro and crying. It's just a normal but I'm glad you're not crying anymore to sometime. I I believe you've never you'll never again. Well because twenty thousand nine had so much news was bad and annoying. Yeah I thought that it would be a good way for us to end the year by talking about things that we really liked in two thousand nine hundred and we're going to start talking about stuff that's like normal stuff to like and then we're going to get weirder as the conversation goes on a dating APP outline all your favorite like the Well I think it's a good thing about twenty. Nine thousand nine is that there was a lot of good art. Made like you know I was looking back at two thousand one For just like normal reasons just because I was like listening to a playlist of that Arab because I was was trying to write about something happening in that era and I was like wow culture was trash in the year. Two Thousand One and it's actually pretty good. Now you know. Politics are bad but culture. Chur is is getting better. What was bad in two thousand and one thousand wash low rise bell-bottoms means With women back apparently Arrellano over my dead body coming back. They're not coming back. But it was like you know like Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears and like the Spray Tan and frosted frosted lipstick and it was just like it was just like everything was like orange and shiny shiny and leathery in a way it kind of is White House yes void and it's played out now it's playing out in politics. Boy Bands unlike rap metal. Like which is so so much worse than I remember. I listened to Po Dino's like this isn't music shouting so let's get started on some of the good except happened in two thousand nine hundred and I'm going to start with you Karen since you work in TV on the camera what what do you think it was the best show that you That you watch. That might not be like one of those shows. It's mentioned in Lake Award Conversation. Oh it's a it because I really I know but she won all of them. I really did think that that she was I mean I. I think that we know who she don't even say her name. We all know it was like I mean. I'm sure that there was a divided. I I'm sure it was a divided place slash slash room and all that stuff But I think at thoughtfully bike season two and the first episode of that and the way it was like a parallel of the last supper upper was just so stunning one that I've seen one that I've seen that I think is really terrific. That other people might have not seen He's incredible in this is Paul. Bitney is in a Discovery Channel Show about the unabomber. I don't know if it's from this year but he is insanely good. He is like it's a testament to how if you don't have the right network behind you To like push you through the award season but you have great content like if that was on. HBO It would have been the will of HBO. It was it's not perfect towards the end but his performances just she's stellar he's absolutely stellar. And no one's heard of it. I hadn't heard of it and then somebody told me about it and I was like Holy Shit I left a the gathering with real humans whereas like I gotta go finish. Watch Paul Right now. What what happened with the unabomber getting? It's a cliffnote spoilers. Aaron felt about Chernobyl. It was like oh I don't want to do these in boyle the way Craig Mazin who created and wrote that show used to be Ted Cruz roommate in college. He's the roommate of Ted. Ed crews always like fuck that guy like yeah also and then he wrote a show about Chernobyl go figure I mean he also co wrote the hangover two. So he's he's had quite complicated. I I was in a room with him and he is also just like a lovely man. So it's one of those things that you're just like. Oh all Craig so glad. Here's your findings. You're the greatest Couple of shows that I saw that I thought were under song. Did you guys see undone on Amazon Amazon. Now this animated and it's Super Weird and Bob Odenkirk isn't it and it is about a woman who is she gets in a car accident in and after the car accident she like thinks that she sees her dead father and her dead father is like telling her how to solve his murder. And it's like so weird and it's not perfect but it's really weird and good and it's one of those things I'm like. I'm glad they tried this a couple of Jack Horsemen people made it and it's really interesting interesting. The main character has A disability she has a cochlear implant and she like will remove it sometimes it like plays into into the show and she also is a very flawed person. It's really really good so I recommend undone no my would be okay off of animated animated. I loved to Coon Birdie Did anybody I was just thinking about them. I really love that. Show it it only. It only had one season. But it's It's cartoon voiced by Ali. Long in Tiffany Haddish and Stephen and it's just such a smart funny cartoon about women I'm in and they also like take on some serious issues I don't WanNa spoil it for even watch it but it's so funny so smart and beautiful it's beautiful I think it's it's it's Lisa Hanna. Wall right yes okay and then the other show would be. But I feel like it's always a flea bags do but Penn fifteen. Yes so good. I haven't laughed out loud at a show in so long in that made me laugh out loud. I was crying and laughing at the same. Yeah Yeah I'm not like cry laughing. I was like like emotion crying and also laughing aloud at the. There's a scene where they're at a school dance and that and I was just like Oh. It's the concert recital got me. God's watch the last two episodes about a week ago and I remember you talking about their so amazingly as in your Ira Ryan and it was. Like I watched and I was like their incredible. I can see this is excellent excellent. It's like A. It's like a beautiful indie film where these girls actually like really ground into it and it's funny and it's very poignant and the voices so specific it's really wasn't so good and it gets that's better yeah you forget that. They're like thirty something year old women playing these teenagers. Sometimes you can see that they've like strapped yet physicality and like it's so amazing. What makes it? So that's what makes it like. That's what helps to heighten the ridiculousness like how insane all of the emotional stuff that they're going through is is anyway. It's so good though. Shut up what were your shows. The mine is decidedly a little more trash Asia. But I love trash TV you. I think which was a long winters that okay right yes. Yeah Yeah Oh that is actually for some lifetime which I think no one watched and then it got on Netflix. Right around the New Year's is the first show up. Yes because it's crazy. It is a bat. Gotcha crazy show. I Love I feel like I am weightless into TV and movies and the rest of town. But when I do watch I'm usually with like my roommate or friends. It's very fun show to watch with people especially if you're like a person who will like screaming freak out like kind of like get scared by things and react if you were like a reactive person to hear TV Yeah it is a trip and the second season's coming out Right after Christmas and I'm very I think the day this podcast error. So that's what I'm going to be doing. It is a crazy show. It is definitely one of those shows that seems like it has a self awareness to it it. No it's like playing to the audience. Were it like knows that you're gonNA freak out about it is over. It is ridiculous. It's ridiculous it's the craziest show you watch television with others like it's the year two thousand. Yeah Yeah Kinda like my roommate and I were great. We're both home like let's go watch episodes whatever. Oh yeah that's what I used to a bachelor when the I just like I saw depressing to watch and I'm like yeah I do that with the Ellwood. I'm trying to see the new L.. Word in a group right now I was trying to watch. How is trying to watch an episode of the Bachelor? 'cause I got it real curious because people have been talking about on this podcast. I don't have a we'd watch it. It's not on the Hulu Dollar TV antenna and like connected to your ATV and you get free TV. What am I queen? What are you talking about your Ryan? Let's move onto movies that we really liked. I'm going to start. I okay so let me. Just start with my thesis on movies. I think that the only interesting movies that are being made right now. We're in the horror and thriller space. Oh has those movies rely on novelty and surprise and so by design they have to have something surprising about that. Like Hollywood can't worm its way out of it. Like Hollywood tends tends to just make shit that already worked and do it over and over again until they've beaten to death and you hate every version of it but like with horror it has to be new audiences audiences needed. That's why get out was so successful. It was new and surprising us was so good because it was like a new thing In that tradition I think midsummer was one of my favorite movies. And I'm a wimp about her. I have to read the Synopsis Before. But I thought it was a really beautiful piece of filmmaking and in an incredible examination of like grief resilience survival and And I think the way that it was shot the way that it's like it sounded was just incredible so we haven't seen I mean there is some mallet violence in it. So if you're sitting down me out very sensitive live to Mallet valley where you're like you're like you never surprise in any movie but I have to read the Synopsis Go. It's like because it's like. Are they going to do this. Because there's is no I read what happens and I was like okay. I get it. And then there's the same thing with this With the directors other movie hereditary where. It's like I knew it was super scary and I read it and I was like okay. I'm ready for this and I was not fully ready for it. Midsummer's I think really innovative and it is shot. Really he like it's sort of like overexposed and sort of like hurts your eyes to look at it and there's also there's like mega violence happening on it and just like it's a really. It's a good movie not for kids but has anyone else. I need to see on my list. I is scared. I haven't I been bad about watching movies this year. Okay I may look man was like meal like ooh. Okay right okay. So you're like an do you WANNA go. Yeah I have well. I my every the movie. It was parasite it's because it was like such an incredible movie viewing experience. It was truly the most like novel movie watching experience. I've ever had the other movie I'm going to do is the farewell. I haven't seen the farewell. Yep Oh my God absolutely loved it such a good the film have you seen it. Yes it was what I was gonNA say so because there's a couple of things number one is that I haven't seen that many movies this year from this year. I if I'm not on it and then I was gonna say that because I have seen it and I was like it's small. It's a tiny little movie but like they did the they did the important stuff Ryan woman directed directed at right. Yeah yeah directed and wrote it while it's a tiny little sundance movie. That's kind of a little engine. That could that is kind. It's she. I mean just given even the David Goliath filmmaking and the budget she was working on and stuff it's just she just she just did the most. It's like when you see beasts of the southern wild they'd against the they hit the relationships the relationships are done in such a way. It's like Oh yeah this is what a movie is about at its core is like human connection and like yeah. There's something really beautiful beautiful. It's funny and I started weeping from the jump cried through like just waves of crying. You Got Janka disease. Just wave of crying throughout the whole theater Aquafina really good in it. I would argue that. The other characters are like the grandmother is incredible the grandmothers phenomenon nominee. The grandmother stole the show is so for that alone. Go Watch the fair. It's time also an independent filmmaking. Lor Lulu weighing. Who is the director of that movie is dating Barry Jenkins? I know it's like lower couples like very hot power all the talk of Chelsea Peretti and Jordan. Peele I'm like really you guys really GonNa concentrate all that town and that one household you guys are a little vacuum genius share yourselves. Just Kidding Priyanka. What was your favorite movie with who fiancee-caddy with whom get more into let's go? Let's go deeper into that. That was your twenty nine in mine was book smart. Yeah I love a little coming of age Camilleri. Very heartwarming sweep but also like super fucking funny like it was like very like actually laugh out loud. Funny good I I just loved it. I loved it. It was the the scene with the swimming pool There's a swimming pool scene. That has a song Shoot who music. The whole movie is eight is really good. Yeah there's there's a swimming pool scene where it shows like these. This girl who like her crush she thinks her she and her crusher like undressing the. And they're gonNA GONNA jump in the swimming pool and she's looking for her crush. Yeah and it's like it's so it's such a beautiful shot scene. It's so good I I really like them. Also beanie Feldstein. Feldstein is so good. She's great they both are they're both incredible. Delta Delta Airlines edited that Queer Seen One. Yes 'cause 'cause I was like it was the first time I had seen it. I watched book smart on the plane and then I was like oh this is such a sweet scene and then I came home on American and the guy next to me was watching it and I saw a completely different. And you're like like this got cut out of the delta. I I felt bad movies. How do you know what you miss you have no idea w out Delta Delta the hallmark of the air? Yes yeah I have one so this is the other one is this is from two thousand sixteen but I do think that there is a lot of poisonous in the way you can watch movies now. Park Chan Wook the handmaiden. Hasn't even I know but I've been wanting to do stunning and the cool thing about this is it's an adaptation that's an F.. It is an adaptation From a British like novel or something so it's like he made it it's subtitled but he made it and you know like like and like adapted it the other way which I thought was was really fucking boss of him like you do it. I'm going to watch that. Get it you get it park all right before we get to the fun ones certain books. I know you're a reader for what was your favorite book of the Philly. This'll probably be a lot on a lot of people's lists already educated. I thought I read it the very very beginning of the year and it is just crazy to me that the woman who wrote it. Basically if you don't know much about the story she's she grew up I think it's survivalist or something. So they're basically like isolated from society and like the middle of I think Utah Perner family. They don't believe in modern medicine and like they don't go to traditional school any of this And they have like they deal with health issues mental health issues all of this stuff and when she's seventeen she goes to school for the first time and she's like learning about stuff like like the Holocaust and all these things like way later and like her sense of what the world is this is so vastly different than what any most people reading it is and I feel like the experience of reading it actual book. It's like so beautifully written. It's the awareness and leg. The all of it is incredible. And you're like it is so the feet of you writing this book like what it took to get to this. The point is incredible and not only that the story is moving and emotional and good and like blue book so quickly and told everyone I knew about it. I just wanted to write down. It is good good ten PM favorite book. I'm always I'm always behind on books so I'm like trying to catch catch up with the classics and reading things so the book that I read this year that I had had been my list was a sympathizer but I know that's from like a couple years ago. Has Anyone read the sympathizer. It's on on my list that I have not sparked it's written by Viet done that and win Vietnamese author and it's about how called the sympathizer Won The Pulitzer in two thousand sixteen. I think But it's about a Vietnamese man. Dan who was a spy for the via Kong a spy in the South Vietnamese army and then he leaves Saigon and come to the states. And it's Kinda about how his life in the United States states is all complicated because all of his friends are in the South Vietnamese army but he has been working for the BBC. So it's just like whose side like doc who is actually against who in war and it's I remember reading it and I was like sad couldn't put my finger on wires like sad and upset and forlorn for like five days after he. And it's because there's like a whole section of it that's about a reeducation camp and my dad was in one but he never talks about it and I. It was the first like portrayal of one that I had read and I was so upset. And then my partner was like Ah Yeah you just read this book. That's like about your like an related to your dad's experience and you'd never talked about it before I was like. Oh that's why I'm sad that day but it's a beautifully beautifully written book another memoir. No no fictional actually fiction okay. It's a fiction book here in. What was your favorite book of this year? I struggled this year with books. And I'm looking back over my notes because I was given suggestions of books from other the people so I'm just gonNA say ones that haven't gotten to yet that I haven't read that I heard her excellent There's a book called home going That's also my list right and then Less is supposed to be really. I mean obviously less is supposed to be very good but And my sister serial killer is yet. Yeah my sister. The serial killers was very very good last the last the last like novel that I like. I like I like love with my heart was the sellout by Paul. Oh Betty Bady them saying his name. Right what is what is the settle at the sellouts allow which is like I. I mean it's it's so funny and sarcastic it's satire. It's a man in Los Angeles who owns slave. He's looking the last guy to own a slave in in like I think it's like south central Los Angeles and And he is in a Supreme Court case where he's like making the case for it and it was just one of the most original things I've ever read. I laughed so much because it's such a commentary on what capitalism is sounds like a Mel Brooks Ian. Lift to make that funny your. It's like when I heard the premise is like no. And then I started reading and the writing so fucking good so good I mean I hope you enjoy i. It's like I always could snobby about like a really snobby about pros. I want the pros to be the same thing I wanted to. I wanted to sing. I just want the pros to be like. Oh aw I wanNA feel like I wanNA feel gysi Ghankay. Okay that's noted that's going to be your expect the blurb on the back of like something you have a friend who writes a novel Dot Dot Dot Gysi dot like moist very moist east very moist. When you write your book? I'll read it and then let me get let me get out. Not although I don't know if my I dunno my pros would make you moist. I don't. I'm not sure that I have that gift. Oh jeez UNIFIL really dry moist is a good word. Somebody's gun hill. It's been fine it's take it I don't hate it I just I just. I'm tired of. I'm tired of the debate on subscribed not not not making eye contact more like she's moving on. I one time I have a like a friend confront confront me and she was like you know you make people feel very judged and I was like what and then I realized I. My mom has that quality two or sometimes she'll just be like I don't think so and it's like she's not trying to be anyway. I sometimes do it so that was not my intention. I read a lot this year and some of the books. I read a lot of books not on purpose. Just just so happened that I was like. Oh this sounds interesting. That sounds good. A lot of them were by Women and people of Color and queer people which was like a cool thing. When I was like looking down at my I was two books that I've read One of my favorite works of fiction. That was kind of a light. Read that kind of sneaks around and punches you in the back of the head Ed Fleishman is in trouble By taffy bulldozer ackner. She is a New York Times writer. Profiles are like incredible. We interviewed her for the show. She's it's just wonderful. The book is like very fun and like it's an effervescent type of pros. It's a fun. Read a book. That is a really heavy read. That will not take very long as Colson. Whitehead's the nickel boys. It's about a reform school in Florida during this during segregation and These two black boys were there and and just kind of trying to live and survive and it has to give anything away but there is a part of the book where I did not see it coming in any way and I had to put the book down and go on to walk. It was like it wasn't like a graphic like it wasn't a scene of violence or or anything like that are wasn't like a particularly traumatic likes. It just was like so crazy. It's a great book I loved a book by Called Miracle Creek. By Angie Kim a courtroom thriller about an immigrant family who runs a treatment facility for kids with autism and special needs. And there's an accident there and the you know the whole book is unpacking with the accident was at first I was like I don't know if I would like this book it is. It's so good I lent it to my dad and my dad loved it and it's not normally his thing. Also Julia Phillips wrote a book called Disappearing Earth which is probably my favorite book that I read this year. It is a somebody described it to me is like a magic trick. I agree it is a book about two. Little girls go missing on a remote peninsula in Russia and every subsequent subsequent chapter takes place in the months after the disappearance and they follow different women who live on the peninsula. And when you're reading it you're like why am I at a party with this this girl and then when you get to the end realize every story had important clue about what happened and like at the end. You're just like Oh my God like it's it's really really incredible and I'm delighted to announce that we have an interview with her That is going to be on this episode of this podcast where we talk about that book. It's it's Soga. I have a copy myself and bought a copy for a family member for Christmas. And it's like it's so good trips always going to digest triple staying with it like when when you switch around from like sometimes I find like when I have to switch from voice to voice like it's hard for me to connect between character sensors. The sense of place in the book is so Oh intense that that it keeps. You centered on the plot itself like the peninsula that come chuck to peninsula is like super remote. had been totally cut off from the rest of the world during the Soviet era and that it's also like volcanic and there's all this like you natural beauty and danger to it so you really. The place is like what keeps you in the story. It's it's really really good We have to take a break but when we come back my conversation with disappearing earth author her Julia Phillips. And now more of your bad movie pitches. This story is a season of joy written. I carry a Martha Stewart. Type celebrity name joy goes to a small town for inspiration for a Christmas book. She has a warm public image but in real life she's cold and she spends a good amount of time at the beginning of the movie holding her phone up to the sky trying to get signal to get email and make this miscall. She meets a handsome local farm-to-table chef name. She falls in front of him while searching for signal he teaches her about what is family Christmas recipes and about slowing down to really enjoy spirit of Christmas. They fall in love. They Co author occurs the night by Christmas all right I am super for stokes to give you guys a treat. The author of one of my favorite works of fiction. This year is in studio with me and I could not be happier to introduce to you. Julia Phillips Phillips Hi. I'm so thrilled to be here so Julia let me. Just get this out of the way. Your book disappearing Earth which came out in May rocked my face off it's Eh it's one of my favorite things I've read and I've I've been really i. I've been real not to brag but I read a lot 'cause I'm lonely and have no friends but it it really impacted me and I think I read it in June and months later. I'm still thinking about it. So thank you for writing this book. First of all that makes me so happy. Thank you for reading. It blows my mind still that people read a book that I wrote when you were writing it. Did you feel like you're kind of in a room by yourself like all work and no play Mc Jack Del blowing over and and over again. I definitely wasn't a room by myself a lot of the time And I was sharing pieces with people. But it's so hard when you're working on something to convince anyone to read it at any any point so it's really hard for me to imagine you know I would be like. I have these short stories in the literary magazine. Does anyone want to read them and people would say no thank you never so. This is a very different experience. Well Oh you also were playing the long game with writing this book in that. It sounds like you spent years living in the Senate. The setting of the book come check Peninsula in Russia. I'm is going to struggle with it. I'm like when I first opened the book. It has all these Russian names and I was like who boy I know here. We go with Warren piece. But it's actually. It's not as hard to follow as like say the rush investigation. So you've been wanting to write a book obviously set in this place for a while. What was the germination of love that idea? I was Larussa file As a teen and in college I studied Russia tonight studied in Moscow Geico and I for me studying Russian and wanting to be a novelist which was always my ambition we're really divergent interests and I couldn't figure out a way way to tie them together and finally I thought okay if I can go to Russia and write about Rape Fiction about Russia in English. Then that'll be the way to sort of like scratch. Both these issues is at once so I started looking for a setting for a novel and I didn't know what that novel would be but I thought there are certain things I want that setting to be like I would love it to be in in eastern Russia because I spent a lot of time in western Russia I would love it to be not as centered around Like a huge sort of urban and dense population. Not as much about city life. I was living in New York City. At the time I had Spent a lot of time in Moscow and I wanted to be in a setting that was more rural or more more connected to nature and I also wanted to be really attractive. I thought if I'm going to move to a place I wanted to be a beautiful place and when I learned about come chuck I thought this is it. This is like so much more everything I wanted and so much more so so it sounds like you're writing about part of Russia that is itself marginalized from the rest of Russia and within that you're writing about people who are marginalized. You're the stories that we follow in. The book are stories of women who for whatever reason are sort of pushed to the edge. You there's a woman who has a cancer diagnosis. Who's also an asshole? But she has a cancer diagnosis. And you feel very bad for her. And then there's a woman becomes a widow for a second time was the the choice to make the stories about women deliberate or did you just kind of feel the book pulling you in that direction. It was deliberate. I the stories pulled me in that direction and then I went all in from the very beginning so I Started trying to go to come Chaka in two thousand nine. I got a grant that let me move there in twenty eleven And once I got there I found you know. Come Chaka so isolated. It's it's on the Bering Strait sort of a huge picture that tale of Alaska swing it swings into Kamtchatka and it was a region that was a military base during the Soviet the Union. So it's totally closed to outsiders and still it's really difficult to get two dozen any roads that connected to the mainland. It's effectively an island and I went all the way around around the world like twenty hours of flying time from home for me to get to this place that was so separate from. It's the rest of its country and yet when I got there all I could think about. Were concerns. I had as an American fears I was experiencing and bringing with me from home. I I couldn't you know wherever you go there you are. I couldn't leave those behind and a lot of my experience in the world. To that point and a lot of my experience the world now is shaped by gender and shaped by it and the and and by being a woman by for me being White by the experience of clearness in the world all of these things things were so present in my life and I brought those with me and they completely filtered how I perceived everyone come Chaka so the structure of this book which is Abou All these different women's stories in the context of this one. Big Crime like how these different women are impacted by this one disappearance of these two young sisters sisters. It's about for me exploring that that range of what Violence against women looks like what harm women's lives. Looks like and how interconnected we all are and yet how we have this very different experiences based on how we see ourselves and how other people see us in the world The crime that kicks off if this story is a disappearance was it inspired by anything real. In this age of true crime it was inspired by A couple of cases says one of which was inspired by a lot of different cases Some of which are so close to the crime in the book. That publicist assistant. Stop talking you know. But I I'll say that I while I was working on this I was going in really deep on the Jacob Borderline case in the dark podcast near there is so. Did you listen into the dark. I couldn't it was it was to like it completely. Affected my whole child like everybody's childhood around that part of the country it was really consuming and makes so much sense and I think the the this reflective podcasts as a really good job at facing the trauma the ongoing trauma of what happened that you know for his his parents like or that doesn't go away that doesn't recede as the headlines received But they also looked at the the scope of the investigation and to me that was so fascinating to situate this crime This very personal very individual crime inside a system that can be really easily misdirected. And an everywhere that you put your research if you're putting your resources for toured for example on national search then you are not going to be dedicating as many resources to a local Search you just don't have limitless time and money and people to do that and sometimes you go with your gut and your leads you the wrong way and to me. That was a really interesting thing to look at How these systems function and what collateral federal damage that creates for the people involved? Though you know it's funny as you're talking I was thinking I see some patty wetter laying in the mother of the girls Like really really they do. She was such a she was a figure who is Pretty prominent literally for for a long time and yeah. That's that's a super interesting and it was also such I think you and I are around the same age and the missing child Motif was such a thing growing up And it's such a fear. Is it a fear that people have in in Russia. Also do people go missing in the Wilderness to people get kidnapped is there you know. Is that something that happens. I was so there are a couple things I can say specifically about. Come talk to me. It was a real education to come chocolate because it has relatively little infrastructure Russia's so big it's it's a sixth of the populated activated land on the world and come Chaka's really far from the seat of power Russia's really centralized So most of the wealth in the population and the infrastructure and the resources are sort sort of gathered in and around Moscow and come Chaka is Forty five hundred miles away from Moscow and and so it's for example It doesn't have many paved roads. It doesn't have Train tracks it doesn't have a- all sorts of different infrastructures that can create Connection and also create a safety net among people people who live there and because of that. And it's also a very it's a very dynamic Even geographically ethically dynamic place. So there are. It's it's on the Pacific Ring of fire so it's really geothermally and seismically active. It has volcanoes Gino's at how hot springs It has a pretty challenging climate. Because of this in the same way I think that is true. In many places in the north and many places with little infrastructure sure Sort of the boundary between life and death is thinner and There are lots of ways that you can be at risk and lots of place place ways that you can be hurt even if it's not at the hand of another person so so Def is kind of closer and more present If I get drunk for example example in the streets of Newark and like stay out all night. Something bad might happen but it might not if I get drunk income Say donate like freeze to death and that is not Often something that people talk about in New York where I'm from like the idea that does say you're freeze to death like that is just. Not The I dea. Death is not so close At least in my social circle right I was interested in that. How how much more acknowledged knowledged Danger and death were and I am also really when I was there. I happened to be there at a time when I first I guess I was there in two thousand eleven to twenty tall and then again in two thousand fifteen. When I first went there there was a serial killer operating there at the time which I didn't know okay? Okay and then he was there were there. Were like missing girl posters around and then later I think by I think he was arrested rested in twenty four teen And ended up dying pretty soon after his arrest so that case case was ongoing and in the background and and posters were there and I think a sense of alarm was there and yet it was something that was not yet spoken about public. It wasn't yet Acknowledged as a thing does. Smoke was there but nobody was quite like. There's a fire behind the smoke. That may I ask that makes you have. There's a chapter in here about A female character. WHO's Gay Did you when you were in Russia preparing pairing to write this book Did you get to know any people who are gay who experienced similar anxiety to the gay female character. Yeah I did I met a couple of their Of Two young women who had very similar concerns to that particular character in addition From the way that it manifests in the plot is quite different but their concerns were were The sort of thoughts that they were voicing are similar to thoughts batch. She has While I was there there was also like they're also people being killed on Kamtchatka for being gay a which is not Or for being suspected of being gay or queer which is not a something that's particular to come Chaka or to Russia by any means I mean that is something that is is currently happening still in communities in America and and that kind of Community unity rage at people perceive to be other I think is really strong Both there and here and something that made a big impression on me makes a big impression on me. Yeah it seems like one of the things that kind of kind of goes through. The entire book is a sense of is a sense of that. Something really bad just happened in is about to happen again. Like in a horror movie you know in like there's a jump scare and then you have little lol in you know if you've seen enough horror movies you know that the lull is there to calm you down so that you're the next jump scare makes you even more. I want to talk about the process of writing novel which to me as someone who's never done it seems like horrible And I also wanted to tell our listeners. That the reason that you're on the show right now is because after your book. I tweeted about it and we communicated over twitter and I also found out through twitter after I read another another book that I liked Miracle Creek by Kim that you and Angie are friendly with each other that we just had a sleepover this past weekend thing to me. So my question is You know in novel novel writing which seems like a very solitary pursuit which we talked about before. How do you find community and do you find that other women who do what you do support each other? And how does that look I. So I I before I wrote this manuscript For this book for disappearing Earth I wrote a different manuscript and they wrote it totally in isolation like I was alone all the time. I wasn't really sharing my work with people and it really damaged Not only the final product. But also because I wasn't seeking feedback or community at all but also so my wellbeing while I was working on it. I I think to write anything. You do need to have some private time. And also some shared time where you're collaborating with people and hearing the ideas and hearing feedback even if you don't end up incorporating it for whatever reason just to understand that if you want to share your work with the world as a final product you you also WANNA share. Share your work with the world in process to some extent So while I was working on this book I was really really grateful to have writing groups and to have workshops and to be able to share my work with people who offered feedback. That was huge for me. I have been even having trying even trying to teach myself that lesson during the writing process that that sharing is so important. That collaboration is so important. I've been completely blown away. Since the book came out about how how collaborative and support the rating is certainly women. Writers Women. Debut raiders like Angie but also like everybody. Everyone is so generous Chris with sharing resources and looking out for each other and celebrating each other. And it's a really really beautiful thing that I think of how many years I spent bent feeling like there was a cool kids club that was going to kick me off their lunch table if I tried to come over and and it doesn't feel like that it doesn't feel like there's a just lunch table that you're allowed to be at and everywhere else is rejected. It actually feels like a really joyful dance party. There's like no cool kids like anything anything. Anytime I've I've re enter entered a different sphere of my career. It's like you know I'm working at a a blog. Oh this is the cool kids and I start working there and we know we're all nerds Zucchero desperately about what we do and then you move into like journalism all the cool kids of journalism. Oh no they're nerds. Who Care desperately about what they do? TV writing same deal like it's cool to hear that novelists are also well see all of the work you do so when we were mentioning on twitter I of course completely fan girl all over you and because all the work it seems to me to be the most challenging thing which is sort of writing on deadline or writing as with the novel no one was saying to me. Oh please write your novel. I need to have it in the world so I could spend all all the time I wanted to make it however I wanted and I feel like that sort of responsive writing where the audience is there already that seems so challenging to me. I don't know if you find it. Just as a grass is greener situation now. Because if you're making something and you're constantly getting feedback eventually you start to feel like you're losing your center. And you're like Maya crowd outsor- sourced person I mean. Everybody has a crisis and the crisis of the person who's doing like quick deadline turnaround. especially if you're doing that stuff so my crowd source is all all of this just generated by what gets garners the most positive attention and I think if you're working on something longer the challenge would be that you're just sort of you announcing in the dark and and that you don't quite know what people because you don't WanNa just write something that's totally to your tastes that nobody's really going to care about because the purpose I think of art is to communicate ultimately So it's a I feel like it's a balance between like how do I communicate effectively in a way that people will want to consume and then also remain true to what I'm trying to do with my actual vision is and it's I think it's just hard no matter what you do. Yeah Yeah it's a really important question with uh no answer and sharing his so vulnerable like you know when you're talking about working in a writers group it's so hard to put something out like a first draft of a script or a first draft of a a piece or you're like I have a germ of an idea that's the most vulnerable feeling world. It's like walking naked into a meeting and everybody else is wearing close. Yeah so It's really cool to hear that. It's something that I guess. People who work the way that you work people who are novelists have to kind of muster that courage over and over again to like do it. And that's like it's cool and it's cool that you've you've done it and you've put something that has been so meaningful to a lot of people like doc. We were reading reviews actually our producers because I they put together a prep paid for me even though I wanna see that I was like. Here's some reviews and they were reading reading the reviews and today they're like we were just like we have to read the because it was it was so well received by so many people so I I'm really glad that you came in today and I have one more question. And there's about the title Because I just I'm fascinated by the way people go about choosing titles for things because it's always the most frustrating process. How did you choose the title so so I chose the title based almost exactly of what you just said before off of of this sense that at any moment something else could be lost so the the book kicks off with this big loss with the girls going missing And they right before they go Missing their two sisters one tells the other story about as soon Nami hitting Kamtchatka and washing away a town and in her telling. There's clearly this piece of earth that that disappears and then just a couple of pages later. They are also swept away by something out of their control something they could have never anticipated and I wanted the title to refer to that specifically typically that soon Nami story but also more generally a sense that as you said for these people For these characters anything could change at any moment. Anything could be lost that they're really building their lives on unsteady ground and and I wanted the title to speak to that that being said before I sold the book you know I was working in a long time and sometimes when I was working on the script meet someone they would say. Oh you know what's the name of the thing you're working on and I would say disappearing earth and they would say what I would say disappearing and they'd say sorry and I would think like I gotta find a better title you know I gotTa find like Lagaan girl I gotta find a really punchy girls gone girls that should have been but You know something. That's a little less poetic sounding a little more clear and and memorable I never found it. We sold sold the book we all at the Publishing House kept looking for a better title. We never found it disappearing earth what it's remained and still the other day said at some of these disappearing. Girth yes and I was like I wish I would have sold a lot more book. Julia Phillips thank you so much for joining me all the way here on the opposite opposite coast where you're from and listeners if you haven't read disappearing earth check it out it's so great thank you being here. Thank you so much And now more of your bad movie pitches written by Nancy Mary. Ann brought in the other town mistletoe. Mississippi the bills are getting ready to stage their annual crispus. The plans hit a snag. When the group's longtime long time set builder unexpectedly skips town but mistletoe still demands a show so Adele the Queen Belen Star Soprano dumps the the responsibilities of the shore to be disastrous production on Carol Julie Bowen Saga All to Light Alto seemingly hopeless Keiron Keiron serendipitous lease symbols upon local farmhand named Josie? Who reluctantly agrees to help? Build this year set a couple of weeks of hard work later later. The show is back on track. But on the eve of the premier caroline joe discover their new set has been mysteriously sabotage spoiler alert. It was a jealous now. Karen Joe All nighter to fix damage tempers run high together they stage the greatest is Christmas pageant and mistletoe history and build a connection that will last a lifetime that is hot and love to build a set with another hot lesbian. And welcome back. We're going to do something a little bit more fun with a look back on two thousand nineteen eighteen instead of talking about our favorite pieces of art and culture. We're GONNA talk about our favorite clapback because it feels like this year we pretty much perfected the art of the clapback especially when it comes to clapping back at the president. Oh Yeah let's talk a little bit about that. Who are your favorite it women who clapped back at the president in Twenty Nineteen Priyanka? Let's start with Oh excited about it. Yeah okay well I mean in my the first one I thought of is I feel like my favorite until someone at this table comes up with another one that I'm like nope. Never Mind but gratitude Berg sixteen years old old is just out here. Trolling this man. No Way and he like what he says to about. A kid is fucking crazy. especially I mean like. There's all this stuff about them getting upset when baron trump's names men shit like you know there's all of that It's ridiculous it's awful. It's super mature. I mean like what do you expect from this ban but The way she she doesn't get angry about issues makes it her twitter bio every time. I'm just like you know like happy. Young girl like whatever loves so. I don't know it's so funny. Yeah it just. Every single time is like old people. Why are you doing doing this? Fight with teens on the Internet like stop stupid. They will defeat you they will. They will ownership team. They rise up. The teens will defeat. I mean online. It's like trying to beat a Russian at chess like you can't beat the teams online now Yeah it's like trying to beat American women at soccer. You can't do it. The perfect segue okay. Because my favorite clap back Megara Piano Meghan repeat. Oh Oh he called her out for like a little viral video. That came around. Where reporter asked her like? Are you gonNa go to the White House when the World Cup. And she's like no not going to fucking White House I and he she said something back on twitter at her and then she scored two goals the next day and then they won the tournament and she was the mvp she was the golden boot which is like the most goals e score in tournament. Like the absolute best clapback. In my opinion Maghera Pino came to this office At World Cup at the beginning of the week the end of the week she came into office. I've never see like no one. Crooked media has never reacted this way to anybody. We are like all gathered around the door where like cheering. We're playing music. Like she walks in world dislike like standing there screaming like psycho fans. We've never done that for anybody. Who has walked been here ever kind of upset that I didn't know that little hurtful that me and getting that reaction when we walk in full but thank you for pointing out the DJ cal? Poly One guy. What else in an recently put up a video of her endorsing Elizabeth Warren for President and I got the World Cup feelings again where I was like me Ella g Oh my God it was like? Wow Oh my yeah. It was really good Karen do you have a favorite woman who sast back to the president. This year I liked. You changed the verbiage. It's almost like you could psychically feel me googling. clapback this what are we talking about. Can I nap up yet. think. AFC has done a very nice job in her take on facebook. I don't know if that's clapping back. It might might just be known as he's such a Dick to her and she does not shy away from it all she always she always comes back with something better than the thought like everyone. WHO's addict her? It's just like she always has the perfect like clapback like the degree to which the clapback goes. It's never like over the top. It's never like never falls flat. Yeah she nails it every single time. It's never over over the top. Like seen in Penn fifteen where there's a scene in Penn fifteen where like one of the girls is like yelling at. Oh boy she's like and your dad's Day. Oh that's right God your awful called his story so dumb bitch or something like that so fun. She doesn't right she never goes too far she goes g like yeah. It's the it's pitch perfect every time. I mean. Obviously she's great everything she does but like to do that is what scale. Well I was just thinking yesterday. About wind trump told the squad to go back to their own countries and all of them are from the whatever. I mean Ilhan Omar is the only member of the squad that wasn't born in the US but she's an American so who the fuck air anyway. So stupid yeah go back to where you came from Okay Minnesota. She did go back to Minnesota and people cheered for her people gathered in the out. They cheered so I love that. was that people from Minnesota Great. They're great for all the shitty things happened in two thousand nineteen. There were many positive things Totally they they had a press conference to clap back and the press conference them being super calm and collected and cool and on top of it as opposed to his like Elmer fudd style l.. Losing his mind they were sort of like bugs. Bunny ing it you know. They were just chill to and on their carrots and enjoying themselves around that time that that story was happening when the president as an and told them to go back I was holding a tote bag that said Hashtag. We won't go back in an elevator and a white dude was like. Yeah we want you here. And I'm like and just covered her face with both hands. The table discovered. They're like we wanna hear and I was like. I love confusing ally ship. That's here's is one of my favorite moments was when Donald Trump referred to Chrissy teigen. John Legend's filthy mouth. Just I was like Oh yeah the type of person that has. She's great. I feel like people who are totally out of line step to her. She is like good cracks or whereas in his leg. All right you want to do this. Let's do it But she seemed to really relish it was it was very funny. Awesome and great Also want to give a shoutout to share another person who claps back at the president. A Lot I Have A. I made a list share Susan Rice Kamala Harris who was the target of a lot of the president's hate this year. Who always had something I saw your list was just going to be a share club? I it was like she's going to make up for my dearth of pop culture now go to. WWW DOT twitter dot com and shares. Twitter is. It's really really really good domino. And the formatting of her always just so beautiful life all life oil check this out. It's pretty good Okay well that's all that happened in two thousand nineteen nineteen and that is all the time we have for the last episode of hysteria of two thousand nineteen. Thank you as always to Eliza Master Monico for calling in thanks to Kieran. TNN and young for joining me in the studio. Thanks to Julia Phillips for sitting down with me and for writing her incredible book and thanks to you the listeners. We love you guys. And we can't wait to make more show for you. In two thousand twenty hysteria is a product of crooked media. Carolina Reston is our producer user. Our editor is Sarah Barrett and Kyle is our sound engineer. Thank you Juliette. Beckstrand for production support and toward digital team Elijah cone and not enough Melconian when filming and editing video content. Every week you want to go cry Amami to step base in the cooking. Make me from the Momma. Get me some among never talk.

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Talkin' The Star: Projecting the Cowboys 53-Man Roster

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Talkin' The Star: Projecting the Cowboys 53-Man Roster

"What's up. This is talking to star podcast and the regular season is almost here. We have one more preseason game to get get through. Were so excited for the regular season to kick off. We're not gonna talk a whole lot about this preseason game as it kinda just full folds into what we're going to talk about about the day and that is the fifty three man roster prediction show that myself dot miller coal patterson are going to go through. We're going to build the old this cowboys fifty three man roster today before we start doing that cold dawn how you guys doing tonight pretty well. How are you good good as always dog you hang in there. I am hanging in there. I'm i'm hanging in there for college football this weekend and i just can't wait for week. One man i i want them to just absolutely beat the tar out of the giants well in order to do that. We gotta get fifty. Three is right now. They're ninety. They gotta cut down to fifty three are- this fourth preseason game is going to. I don't know i feel like i feel like in previous. Years is fourth preseason game in a lot for twelve to fifteen guys as far as who makes the rostrum and if you like this year's just so solid like i feel like you could probably predict ninety percent of the roster before the game even starts and have a good feeling of what you were doing but we're going to go through it. We're going to do this kind of a unique unique way. We're gonna go through each position in order to keep somebody on the roster. We're going to have to get two of the three of us to say yeah. We think this guy is going to make it where we want the scholar roster we are going to do this is what we think. The cowboys are gonna going to do but we do want to have two or three votes to pass the guy onto the roster so it'll give it a little fun experiment in by the time you guys hear us again and these cut downs warranty happen so that's why we're doing this. I know it seems like it's a little early but we do wanna get it out for for you guys before the cut downs actually do happen so we got a lot to talk about so we're going to dive right in quarterback. I feel like this is probably an easy one. Maybe going into the year. It wasn't with mike way cooper. Russian russian dak prescott but i feel like mike white's play over the last few preseason games probably played himself off the roster. Would you guys agree with that. Yeah we agree. There's much to argue there yeah no he. He's been objectively terrible. He's so this is kind hard to do. I think they go with just dak prescott and cooper rush. You guys don't think you'd see them going out and looking at a brock osweiler veteran for that third spot the i would. I would be very upset if they actually even attempted to talk to brock goss- waller was i was just mentioning. I mean i would say that there is a eighty five percent chance that that they're just going to stick with cooper russian than trying to get my quite on the practice squad if not kind of just totally move on from him and look for somebody else but those that's my take on it my votes or for dak prescott cooper russia's the quarterback one quarterback to what are you guys. You guys are cool with that. Yeah obviously running back gets a little interesting here because right now. Zeke elliott is not on the roster. He's not on the cowboys active roster. He's on the reserve not did not report list. I think they're gonna keep four running backs and that's including jimmy's allah wali so you know i'm gonna go ahead and write all down as my fourth guys that okay with you guys yup yeah all right. Let's go ahead does zeke report before the start of the season. This is going to be an interesting one because as we have to get two or three votes say he'll be on the roster. This is again what they're gonna do now. What we hope happens or will we think's going to do so. We're having to predict if if azali it does show up by the start of the season which kicks off what on thursday so y you know we've got seven days. He's gotta show up within seven days to to make the roster for the start of the year dalton. I'll start with you. Is he here in time to play against the giants to be on the fifty three man roster cutdown zapping. Honestly my gut is saying no. I don't i don't know i it's such a weird situation because i feel like he wouldn't wanna miss game checks but he wants to look like a serious but with the schedule being so easy you know relatively to start the season i just it's a weird weird situation. I i think he's going to be gone for a couple of weeks. Okay all right so that's one coal ezekiel elliot here and this is interesting. I wanna clarify this is for what we're saying is the cut down day on saturday so the cut down to fifty three so you're pretty much saying is going to be here by saturday. Do you think he'll will be in the building. You know reporting by saturday when he's cutter made by saturday. I don't think so <hes> i have gone <unk> gone back and forth with our now. He'll be back for week one. I'm kinda. I'm don cyber by gut. Kinda told me no. I don't see you don't see necessarily signs of him coming back <hes> he obviously wants more money and it looks at the cowboys are holding firm and not wanting to given <hes> i i really don't see any way he goes for saturday. The real debates if he sues up against the giants. I agree with with what you said. I don't think he's here by saturday and i'm leaning towards the side that he did. He's not going to be here for four week. One and i think you you know after a couple of games. You might look at themselves in the mirror guard. I need to get the word but we'll see what happens with that but i don't think any of us see him being here when the roster is trimmed down to fifty she three which is quite a bit of surprise kind of what people reported in what people were saying the last few weeks so with that i think everybody can one hundred percent pencil tony pollard as a roster lock heading into strata already gets low interesting after that you have mike weber who is a seven round draft pick this this year. You have jordan who has a nice little preseason. The team seems to like a lot and then alfred morris dairy jackson. Let's go with the number two spot. We got jimmy's all awali we've got. I think they're going to keep four. Would you guys agree with that. Yeah i would agree with that. Don't you think they'll keep four including putting all the wa i do. Yes all right so we're going to sort out these other two. We got mike wherever we got. Darius jackson got alfred morris and we got jordan sean dalton. Yeah i'll go ahead and let you put in your vote for the next two spots cole. You'll do your next to and then. I'll do mine so the way that i would do. It is different than the way that i believe the cowboys were going to do it it it would be it would be pollard and weber but i think that it's going to end up being pollard in chun. It looks like sounds like they really like him so i. I don't think there's any getting around it that i think webber ends up on the practice squad okay so you're sending webber to the practice squad putting morris in shown on the roster correct. Yes cole is at the same thing you are going with or you some different. I think they i think they go with weber head of chun. Okay so you have mike weber and alfred morris on the roster. Yes all right. I'm going to have to go with morris. Inchon's gonna go with dalton so that's going to give us twenty pollard offered morris in the reason behind that in our first little discrepancy here but it just sounds like the way the what they're saying to the public is talking about his football i._q. And you know he's still has a lot to learn. That just seems like a practice squad guided me where i don't. I don't know i don't they've jordan chun's been in the building for a little bit and he's like. Don said they seem to like him but also mike weber was a draft pick and they seem to value their draft pick so it's definitely not title walk. That's a tough one that they're going to have to decide on but i'm going to have to go with john and morris so that will give us our are four running backs now real quick. Do we want to go over what would happen if zeke does show up yeah. Let's do that okay just just yeah so real real quick. It's zeke pollard morris and that's interesting. They keep more. That's interesting. Do you think they would keep morris if he does show because then you would have turned out they would see i think they might. I think they would consider actually on the other way. If you're saying they would just keep john on over morris or yeah. I think they would pick. We have pollard and zeke. We can afford this third. Guy can afford to be a little. You know he could be an inactive going into game days boy. If it's just pollard the pollard morris as the bell cow or they might say okay. We don't know how pilots going to handle all the durability side of things you know chun morrison's getting up third age so you don't know how he's gonna handle things how successful he's going to be so we might have to carry. We're active guys going into the game day. I wonder zeke's here in you know if they will change their game plan for. That's a good question because they could definitely view it as hey since we have zeke another veteran. Let's stick with the draft pick. Let's go with the guy who needs a little work in whatever. I don't know that that's a great question. Nobody wants to know i mean i do you think they would stay you guys. I think they would stick with for me. It just doesn't sound like they really like weber all that much right. Now i started article of i think i personally don't keep more susie comes back or i think <unk> kind of cars in the fact that they weren't morris here to talk for <unk> gives a veteran player for twenty to lean on lucky said that <hes> durability things of that bell cow is he comes back. I don't see a row for more but that does this thing. That's that's. That's these discussions. They're probably having right now is. They're trying to plan out okay. Hey if he shows up. We're going to do this if he does that. We're going to do that and that's that's what makes us whole thing fun because there's so many different scenarios and so many different options of go ahead and move onto wide receiver ever. We all agree that we think they're going to keep six. Yes yes okay all right. Amari cooper obviously an absolute salute lock. We're going to go and put him down. I don't think we need to discuss that. Michael gala also an absolute block. I don't think we need to discuss that. I don't think we need to discuss it but everybody does have randall cobb and thinks that they're sticking with marina cobb. Is that number three guy correct yeah yeah. I can't believe how many people i've seen say something like. Would that be surprise cut. It's like no. They're not going to cut their third best receiver signed to fill a role that cole beasley left but yeah yeah all right. Would you guys all agree that it looks like table and austin is safe for another year. Yes they really liked avon elson like since he stepped on stepped in foot. It's star off season too yeah. They like him all right. He's going on pop. You stay on all right on to start the year. Noah brown is going to be pop that again that leaves us with two roster spots available. I think thirsts three guys who were still badly. I think there's two guys but i think you could mention engine. Three devon smith the former second round pick from the jets cedrick wilson the former six pick from the cowboys last year and then you could could include john v johnson. There possibly reggie davis in there as well. I think it's a pretty pretty safe bet that they're going to go with devon smith and cedrick wilson <hes> you guys with that or do you have someone else on that roster agree with that but what happens if they don't know burn up. I mean they'd have to take him off. Pop like tomorrow though what you think till like yeah yeah i think they will. I'm just saying like net hypothetical scenario. Who would be the last receiver to make the roster who who'd y'all think wilson. I think i think they would try to get him back on the practice squad quad. I wouldn't agree with it. I think that you know i would probably go with wilson over. Smith put may seem to be really high on smith right now. He's had a good what are your thoughtful now. That's a good question as well. What was that. I'm sorry court. Cole was saying what does what happens pins if they don't keep known pup. They take them off tomorrow when i been i've been wondering about this for a while now. I think that they're really going to. I think they're going to go with the speed man. I think that's what they're gonna do or even though i think that <hes> cedrick wilson is probably the better receiver overall. I think that they really liked that speed and i've really enjoyed what i've seen from devon smith so far i and he is a former second round pick. Even though he is a little bit older i think that they're going to they're going to side with that. That speed really. It's we've seen it in in other places is be a huge asset and it's something that other than take on. You don't really have on offense at the wide receiver position. <hes> i mean amari. Cooper is is somewhat fast but he's not fat so i can see them using him at in like that <hes> oh oh what's his name that went on e._s._p._n. I can't even think of his name right brice butler. I can see him role where he just gets down routes every game and gets a target. Maybe two yeah no. I agree and i think i think they're kind of looking at it to was mores. Cooper's foot ends up not being good which i don't think that's going to happen but let's just hypothetically say. Amari cooper ends up missing six games this year because of his his foot. I think they're looking at it. As devon smith was a highly touted guy coming out ohio state <hes> he had a lot of potential coming into the league so i i think they're going to go with hey. Let's go with the better talent here. Why cedric wilson. I think has talent. I think he has a lot of potential. I don't know if he's quite there yet. I think devon's must been oblique. He's got <hes> experience and he had he come little league. He was one of the prize guys coming out ohio state so i agree i think they go with six with the bean amari cooper michael gallon gala marino cob day von osten devon smith and cedrick wilson with noah brown gone on pop and then you know it's gonna be a tough decision when he's ready to come off. If those guys are a plane wealth cedrick wilson devon's makes plays. It's going to be interesting decision to see what they do and noah brown is available to come off are tied in. You guys got him. Keep it in three or four. That's marcus. Lucas guys had a pretty good off-season void <unk>. You guys got three or four. I'm interested it to see what those injuries are like and if they're actually going to be ready for week one or if either dalton scholtz or or blade charwomen are not going to be ready for week one and possibly go onto i._r._r. Because i wasn't concerned about it at first but the less we hear about doubted the more concerned i get so. I think that they keep a three because i don't think so. I think that lucas is one of those guys who you can cut and then say keep your phone. Keep keep keep your phone by you. Stay stay close. I think that's who that's what that's what they're going to do with him so coal you got you. Have it going whitten german scholtz or do you have have <hes> marcus lucas sticking around at do tend to go with three <hes> but kind of what don said it it is worth mentioning that there has been a lot of talk about the injuries so it is worth keeping an eye on but the end of the day. I do think they'll go with three times. It's funny because you mentioned you know they haven't been talking about a lot and i haven't been paying attention a lot. Either have a practice at all since being injured. Is it been limited. I don't i believe so okay. That's something i want to keep an eye on demarcus. I honestly forgot about it because it happened so early. In the off season being behind witnessed it's just jarwan and schultz and lucas that guy they signed halfway through the preseason. I thought they were gonna take it really easy on those guys because they didn't want to have those guys get injured. Injured have to ramp up whitten's practice rupp's and preseason rep so that's something i'm gonna pay attention tomorrow. Make sure that either. They are proximate or not because they're limited. That's a good sign on but i agree with you guys. I think it's gonna go whitten german schultz. The only thing i could see is that if one of those guys like you said is that banged up then i think i think they would just be a murderous. Lucas swap for for one of those guys but i'm gonna go with german. Schultz says the three tight ends on the roster. You guys good with that yeah gotta. I am sure all right oh line. This is where it gets. It gets a little tricky. I guess you have your five that isn't going to change change tire and martin frederick connor williams allow collins everybody straight with that correct and i think everybody is everybody okay with the joe looney and his the six right now. I sure am guess all right. What about cam fleming right. Do you guys have them keeping now. Entertain offense lineman. It's it's tough because each tell you gotta make cuts somewhere and where is it going to be is the question i get here. Here's my first question before we even get to the number. I don't think conor mcgovern's going to play at all this year. I think they're we're gonna. You're gonna play all i think they're going to he had the injury hadn't practice he practice yesterday and then felt discomfort and left. Oh ooh tells me that he's going to do in that case. They go short yeah. I think think mcgovern's gonna go on on i r because he can't even if they even if they even if he goes i are they can designate for but then he would he you would have to be able to fifty three on saturday which is tough because then you're keeping a guy. You're cutting again then. You're so so i think he's he's literally going to get put on i r. I think it's something to look at tomorrow if he doesn't practice tomorrow i think he's i art and i think they're just going to cut their awesome for the season and come back next year. It's just that's such a tricky injury to an offense interior linemen that uses that upper upper body strength so much to have a guy that injured his pack not practice a whole lot not play at all and then get into practice in his first day back. He feels discomfort and leaves. That's dodges tells me that it's not ready and it's probably you know he's been. He's been on the show for you know t._a.'s and stuff so i'm gonna have to. I personally say he's going on. I r and not gonna not gonna see the field this year. I know i might be on my own that so that's going to be a question that i wanted to ask you guys. Well the the problem with me. The problem i have with it is i just i don't know who else you put on there so user for yeah for interior guys for backups because joe looney is your backup center so is adam redmond he's again. I haven't making it kind of in place of so you're out onto a fellow well no because we still have two spots left. We have two spots left but you're going to take another tackle like it's going to be compost sir. Here's my thinking behind you. Connor williams could be your swing your backup to the swing tackle if you need them. They're not going to do that though they. They are not gonna move connor williams outta that left guard spot. You think campos makes the roster though i mean. Do you think he's actually no. I think mitch high it is going to you know i know maybe they seem to like him but he's been banged up this year. This is tough off so we we have seven guys right now. Tyran smith zack martin travis frederick connor williams lea collins job looney cameron fleming. I think whether other is i._r._s. Return connor mcgovern's field for the key might start on the fifty three but he's been going to go right off so we're just gonna leave him off of it for now just to make these things easier easier. I think you're next two spots or are going to be decided by brand night mitch. You know what i'm cool with that. I'm cool cool with that. Because then i'm taking seven wide receivers and then i'm taking no one even if you can't because and i say that because is even if you carry three tight ends noah brown place special teams and if you really need a pinch he can line up in line. He is two hundred thirty pounds he can do it. If you physically able to perform there will since we since we don't think he is going to gary gary got written down. Let's go. Let's let's fill these two less lots on the offense align so we can break real quick. We got through spots available. We have two tackles. We have joe louis who can play both guard and center. We have lyle. Who's your tackle so we got three tackles. Connor williams. Who's a guard marred travis. Frederick chooses center exac mars guard so you have three available arbs three available tackles in two centers. I mean i agree. You probably do need to carry a guy and that's what i'm thinking. Brandon is because the dude he's played guard amy's played tackle so you're getting getting some versatility there and i know he's been banged up but as a ninth offense alive and you think they could afford to just carry that guy that hey we like what we've seen from him. He's got position. Flex guys think it's going to be brandon either urgent campbell. That's my opinion see i i just i seem to all americans. I see all the all americans and i can just see him taking retired but if i'm in the minority on that unhappy about that let's go. I just know how they love big schools and college ward if guy. Let's get your picks dot. Who's your eighth guy offered on. Its it's hyatt cole whose rates pickle offense the line brandon knight. Just keep i. I do know they like him. I do like this position flex so is that eight or is that nine that's eight brandon knight is your i think they take nine right so that you can take so then you can take redmond or you can because we feel well. They only the only reason why i say redman is because i think redmond could play center or guard so if one of our guards gets hurt maybe they've throw looney in there at guard and then take looney center of some happens to frederick i. I don't know how they would do that or do. They feel better about just keeping looney. It's enter into a fellow guard. Let's do this because we have to break down. I'm conduct. I'm going to do so hilo cole. I like to feel it too. I would have said redmond but i also agree that. They're going grist probably going to feel just because they're familiar with them over so we're gonna take our first break. Were to come by. We have are often knocked out comeback. We're going to do our defense and we're gonna do our special teams and we're going to get out of here and get ready for this last and final preseason game. We'll be right back after our first break. We are talking star. Football is finally back and nothing adds to the excitement of watching that first game like having a shot at a million dollars draftkings the leader in one day fantasy fantasy football is celebrating the start of the season with an extra special week one contest new users can sign up today and get a free shot at the one million dollar. Grand prize is just by using code s._p. 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I'm your your host connor lives. You make sure you follow me on twitter at connor n._f._l. Draft here's my co host tonight. Coal patterson and dalton miller make make sure all those guys on twitter at cau l patterson and dalton b miller mixture following blogging the boys on twitter at blowing the boys the podcast on twitter at the star and always want to give a big shed off to blogging the boys and vox media media for allowing us to host the podcast. Put it out for all you guys to listen to check out a scream at us about whatever you know. We love doing it. We love doing this every week. So we're going to keep doing would it because there's guys give us the platform to do it on. We're going to review real quick talk about the guys that we have so far on the roster starting with the quarterback position we out that prescott cooper rush go under running back. We have a elliott not reporting by saturday so we have tony pollard. Jordan chun alfred morris and jimmy's awali wide receiver. We got him carrying six. We got on the pup list with amari cooper michael gal randall oh cobb tape on austin devon smith cedrick wilson on the active fifty three man roster tight end jason witten blake darwin dalton schultz the three tight ends that are going to be on the fifty three markets. Luca's had a heck of a pre season but he didn't quite make it if one of those guys is more banged up than we initially think right now how to position where he could probably slide into their spot while they recover in offense line. We kept nine guys that was turned. Smith zack martin travis frederick roger connor williams lau collins joe looney cameron fleming brandon knight in executive sue a fellow and that leaves us with twenty four offensive players on the fifty three freeman roster. We still have a response to fill so we're going to die right in. This is going to be a good one because this is probably gonna be the one spot where we're going to have the most a differences in between our three choices so i wanted to start off defensive line. <hes> i'm gonna go through. The guys who we see is locks already. I'm gonna to start off with of course the one and only demarcus lawrence if they cut demarcus lawrence. I'm done with the franchise so i'm going to go and put him all right right. Next guy on the defensive imposition robert quinn is on the suspended list so he is not going to count against the fifty three man roster so we don't have to worry about him right. Next guy who i think is clear. Lock is me collins. I don't think they're going to be moving on from him at all. This year at least is a free agent at the end of the year so hopefully he. He plays good enough where they can get him back but he doesn't play good enough to where they can't afford them. Antoine woods. You guys have antoine woods making the roster correct a friend of the podcast absolutely tristen hill you guys of course. I don't think even if he was absolutely the horrific this year. It'll be on the yup right doorns armstrong. I feel pretty safe about putting him on you. Guys the group that one yup yup all right. Let's move onto the next guy we that's five six six christian covington the free agent edition from houston. You guys see him being a lock on this roster yeah i think he makes her roster. <hes> all right. Let's go and put them down long paul's but thank he sticks to his good preseason so far ars wall art kerry hyder another free agent edition from detroit played really well this preseason. He's probably not as safe as a lock as some of the other guys relisted so this might take a little time cold kerry hyder making the final fifty three yeah. I think he does make the team <hes> he had pretty good performance against houston last week in a preseason it johnny gopher sports day wrote a nice piece on that and i think that pretty much solidified his place on the roster but you can argue that eh navy he doesn't make the cut but i think he does carrying hundreds month boy. Don't make an eraser yeah. Absolutely i think he's been one of the a really true bright spots coming in. I gotta give you props on on that one because as soon as the signing happen you were on on top of it that this is due to watch out for it's good. It's good to see apache on the back when you deserve. It not matters man. You got played out of position game. It can kill them yup. That's what i've done. I'm tired crawford. I know a lot of people want him gone. You know don't think i think he's he's a guy that this team values that guy more than more than a lot of people no. I think he's still a lot to make us. Rosser golfer gap yeah all right. This is where it gets tricky. We were eight now. I'm gonna say they keep. Are you guys ok with keeping ten all right. This is where it gets tricky taco charlton. Yes he makes the team. I think he makes alice. They cut him what what about trade you don't think he gets traded by saturday. No trade form yeah all right all right we got we got the rumors coming out of their deep offense defense. Line teams are calling all right. We got one more spot left. We have one defensive in one defensive offensive tackle to defensive tackles three defensive tackles two defensive ends four defensive tackles a guy who can play both and kerry hyder guy that he can play both entira crawford defensive in taco charlton that gives us one two three true defensive ends to defense alignment in war. Were the three true defensive ends taco charlton demarcus lawrence endurance armstrong and queen doesn't count because he suspects correct quinn's suspended list so he won't be <hes> you know he won't be on the roster until three coming into week three after he serves his suspension. You have carry higher can play some three tech and he can play some defensive in and the tyrone around crawford who can also play some three tax defense events so you're pretty much split down the middle right now with the same amount of defensive ends is defensive tackles if you look at it. We know what those defensive line so. Let's look at this then. You're also guy who's been around for a little bit. Do you guys think he sticks around for another year or do. You think that it's his times kind of commons. A member of the cowboys vicky make. I don't think he makes it either all right. He he is on the street levied under all's sorry buddy dan your wise rookie out of kansas. Another guy who can play in can play out out. He needs to stay playing in but he can't play out and they have played him outside a little bit this year. Do you guys think daniel wise is a fifty three man roster candidate. I think he's a candidate. I don't know if he makes a team. I think they might try to get on the practice squad but i think he's borderline doc. This dude it so tough for me yeah. I want daniel wise to make this team so bad but i ain't he has a better chance of of making it. You know who daniel was reminds me of that louis neil. I think he's much better player than louis no but i think he's going to get that same treatment a guy who every pres every off season. You're like he's finally going to make the team coming on l._s._u. Similar guys who played inside play outside outside shrimp and it was just always a struggle for those guys to stick but i i like daniel is coming out of kansas. I'm going to say that he ends up on the practice squad. I think i think thanks to ricky walker rookie out of virginia tech a guy who no one really knew about coming into higher. I knew about first preseason as i was. We were all over trying to tell people look out for them not very consistent but man. The flashes are there for him. <hes> <hes> he's made some plays. You know he's a guy who's primarily gonna play inside. You think he's another practice squad guide or fifty three man roster guy. I don't think he makes a fifty talk about it. Really i got man. This defensive line is going to kill. Kill me talk about it for a second because i gotta think about this. Yeah i mean. I think it's so tough because you're looking at it now. You have demarcus lawrence a pure pass rusher. You have me collins. Who's really a pure pass rusher. I mean not a bad run-defender but he's a pure pass rusher antoine woods. Who's your run-defender. He's not a pure pass rusher tristan hill whose pure pass rusher dorrance armstrong who can kind of do both so he's kind of a neutral guy christian covington guy who can do both kinda probably known for his pass rush more than anything carry higher kind and more known for his patron anything entire crawford and do it all guy taco charleston i think he's only on this roster because he was a former first round pick but a guy who you think can do both he hasn't hasn't shown the ability to rush the passer so i think when it comes to these next this next spot unless you wanna go to eleven you need to keep somebody audie who can be that run stuffer and i don't know if ricky walkers that i don't know if that's his his game it wasn't at virginia tech as more of an off the field guy could disrupt the pocket and there's not many more candidates to be that guy so that's kind of what i'm looking at in this situation. I think walkers kind of more of a practice squad guy possibly can but do they have. I mean they don't even have that guy really other than yeah obviously antoine woods but that's kind of what i was getting at is kristin covington might be that guy. I mean i think i think they ended up taking i think they ended up keeping joe jackson because he's he's got bigger defensive end who in a pinch i mean i think he ends up being the new tyrone crawford in crossing so too and that's how we're gonna fill it. Out is is joe. Jackson is the tenth and final man unless you do want to go deep. Do you want to go to eleven eleven or no way no yeah i i mean i think i think there are ten. I think that those are going to be demarcus. Lawrence me collins antoine woods tristan hill during armstrong christian covington kerry hyder under tiro crawford taco charlton joe jackson and what i'm interested to see what these cuts. You have guys like jalen jobs. You have guys like ricky walker. Walker and daniel wise who we don't currently have on the fifty three but those are three really talented guys that you kind of hope can get onto the practice squad. I know they love jokes wchs they love his potential what to develop him a little bit so it's going to be interesting to see because you can't put everybody on the practice squad but when you have three talented i wanted defense alignment in daniels rookie walker and jalen jokes. That's going to be a phone. Keep an eye on to see who sticks around who unfortunately doesn't for sure yeah <hes>. Let's talk about these linebackers. How many how many linebackers do you guys have them carrying into the season. I had fixed when i made my my last one year all right. Let's go ahead and put down the blocks. <hes> l._v. obviously is on the roster. Jalen smith is obviously on the roster me and i was getting ready to say sean obvious the roster that is you guys would say that as a first thing right yes of course all right after this. It's kind of a crapshoot. I think sorry joe thomas definitely on the roster for sure. He's been balling out jones so that's that's your four l._v. Jalen sean lee joe thomas. I think those are your only for sure four locks to make this roster after that. It gets a little interesting. You have justin phillips the rookie out oklahoma state who's played really well this year. You have just in march who's been with the team the last few seasons who's played well. He's a good special teams guy but then then you have the luke gifford's covington's. You have those guys like that. Nate hall even rookie out of north western. Who's played well preseason. You got two spots. What's left at you. Have two spots left with about three or four guys that you say could probably be in the mix. Just in marched is he stick around as the team's fifth fifty six linebacker. I think that he does. I take it as well. I would say that he does as well. The only way i don't is if is if something happens before and i don't see them trading for linebacker with their linebacker depth no if the only thing they get a call from somebody that they have to trade off future sixth or seventh round pick for an established special teams guy. That might be a little bit cheaper. <hes> that's the only thing i can think of but but i think just marches on the roster in the sixth and final spots probably gonna come down to justin phillips and luke gifford bird flu gifford is also a guy that they might put on the roster initially in iraq to return that could be a potential option for him <hes> or he could be a guy that they just pull roster and sit and wait on but it doesn't sound like he's going to be ready anytime soon so between luke gifford just phillips who were the two who are battling for this final spot. What would you guys agree with that. I guess you think chris chris covington's gone. Oh you know that's tough. We already have christian in covington so find it difficult to we can but house scales doing oh house scales i i've. I haven't checked sleep when they picked chris covington. I was like why didn't they do other indian. Yeah exactly. I don't know how scales is doing but i really enjoyed gifford from what i saw before his injury. I hope that he somehow somehow makes makes the team <hes> so. I'm gonna put him on it just for that sake. I don't know how serious that injury is. Women really heard much sense taught me we. We heard that it was you know somewhat severe but that's i think that's about all we know about it right like it was just a bad ankle injury but it's not broken so it's like a high ankle sprain probably what six to eight weeks so. We might get a week four so they might just keep him and said. Don't wait and see how he feels. After a couple of weeks co houdini got luc gifford or justin phillips yeah. This one's pretty tough for me. Honestly honestly i've liked to have seen from both aussie. Gifford's look good. I really like would have seen from dressing phillips's ablaze. The injury is kind of thing that makes makes it a challenge because like i think they're both healthy right now. I think they would go gifford. <hes> i just injury you don't know are they gonna win away for him. They wanna put on. I are like harden. I i will. I i wouldn't be surprised either way. I'm just gonna go as phillips. Philip talked about from jacksonville like i said i would have seen from different as well. I think what the injury. I think they go with philips. Here's the thing i agree with you calling the only reason i do. Do you know i am going to side with philip because guess luke gifford's injured but how much was luke if we're going to play this year especially on special team reps but industri defense tro- he wasn't you just arm and then you start this process over next year. That's probably the best thing to do is just put him on i._r._a. You have them again for for next year and then you start. Let's do it. I liked that connor talking sense all right so we got late. Rain-drenched gerald smith sean lee joe thomas justin austin march in justin phillips six linebacker linebackers. Excuse me that takes us to twenty five twenty six twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine thirty thirty one thirty two thirty three thirty four thirty five thirty six thirty seven thirty eight thirty nine forty men out of fifty three. We have thirteen spots to phil. Three of those are special teams. Obviously let's go ahead and knock out the special teams roster so we can finish up with the cornerbacks and safeties and then we'll be out of here for you you guys. I mean this time three weeks ago. I'd say no way but britain. Mars is going to be for this team on saturday. Correct us rush. Yeah reston piece matt right chris jones. You guys don't this is tough. You could save a lot the money goals casey read but i think there instead christian saint they stick with him as well. That is something to watch. You grew that dome mm-hmm yeah it would be less less a surprise than dan bailey getting cut last season but i don't see what happening either yeah all right so l._p. Is your long snapper and that is your three special teamers that gives us forty three so we have pretty deep here and we'll go back here in a second second. See if we want to add anybody in anyone else but we're going to say <hes> you have you have ten roster spots left and the only position and we have lots to talk about is the defensive backs. We're gonna take our final break though before you then we're going to take our final break come back. We're gonna sort out these defensive backs. We have ten spots to phil. What are they gonna. Do what arena do we'll figure out what we come back. We're talking to star and we're back on talking to star podcast and we're back from our last final break of the off season because the next time will be on the regular season. We'll have kicked off and we'll be talking regular-season n._f._l. Football we can't wait. I'm your host here with my co. Host coal patterson dalton miller follow us on twitter at huntersville draft at coil patterson and et. Don't be miller follow blocking the boys on twitter as well at blogging the boys and thank those guys so much for allowing us to do this podcast every week. We are pumped for the regular. The season were pumped to get this thing started. I we got ten more spots to fill. We got the cornerbacks got. The safeties and we have ten roster spots left personally. I think this works out perfect. I think it works out perfect for what they wanna. Do and i think that's exactly the plan. They have as far as i think our numbers that we did home. I think are really going to correlate to what they're going to end up doing them saturday but let's let's talk about it. <hes> everybody byron jones you see him being healthy healthy and ready to go <hes>. Maybe maybe not week one but he's going to be on the fifty. Three man roster comes saturday. Share cheeto think he's pretty really safe as well i would. I would assume so brown still just playing great football. Nobody talks about him with the do just shows up and plays every week. <hes> jordan lewis even though the coach hates him. I think he's still away sure all right. This is where it gets interesting five and six i think c._j. Goodwin is an absolute lock to make this roster really because special teams special teams all the way. I think he is is by far. The best special teams player on the team and valued showed some ball skills in that last preseason game and i think that might solidify his role in this team going. Hey d hey can play special teams and if he's going to make plays like that then we don't mind having him around and it's interesting because if you're not looking at it from a special team standpoint. You probably go mike jackson donna one but i personally have c._j. Goodwin is a lot for the for the team. I think he makes it as well like i think they value special teams in. He shouldn't be on on that unit and i think that is what puts him over the top. Don't i'm just curious. Even though we did go to one mm-hmm i wouldn't personally have him on but i think that that's what they do. They're just building your your padma roster pretty much so this does get interesting though because you have and we can talk about this as well right now now i have them keeping six corners four safeties. They could keep seven corners and three safeties if they really wanted to. I don't personally see them doing that because i think that i don't know if they've seen enough in this is what we need to talk about this fifth quarterbacks i've c._j. Quarter because he's more of a special teams guy than he is a quarter yeah. That makes set's fifth corner. We got my jackson and we have donovan. You can make cases for both guys but i think it comes down here to to. It's gonna come down really to to the to christmas charlotte what he what he wants to see. We were really excited about kris westerly coming wing into the off season with his size with his link but he just never really panned out. He couldn't stay healthy. He's a potential practice squad candidate as well oh but he's definitely not in the consideration to make the fifty three. Put i think it comes down to donovan a lumber in my jackson cole. Who do you have making it between those two to do this because they do like matt i jackson. He has that size. That christie looks for sad to moments in training camp it. It shares why the cowboys drafted him why they wanted to bet on some upside. I do think donovan <unk> limbaugh does make the team. Don't between a lumber jackson. This was really health. They did just take. They just drafted jackson a. I think it's alama. I think fits what they wanna. Do even a little bit better than jackson does even know jackson's a little bit bigger of a corner alleged. Look good so far. It looks like richard sherman out there besides the obvious you know c._b. One talent so. I think that that's where they go with it agree. I think it's going to be donovan. The lumber a to both are around the same size it just this again. I feel like mike jackson's the only corner that had some struggles rules this year in preseason the one the forty niners game. He got picked on a little bit. You didn't see that with any other corner but him and indigent it's preseason. He's not over. I'm not overvaluing but i think that that might go to the decision-making along what was able to get his here not multiple footballs and serbia little bit more physical when i take it kind of makes a difference when it comes to picking between two guys were so close in these last few roster spots. I agree with that all right safety four spots left. We got the safety position. Excessive your woods not going anywhere forever. He's only roster astor jeff heath. You guys both jeff rosser right. People are crying right now that we said that all right this is where it gets interesting as well because behind exhibitor woods jeff. Heath doesn't really donald wilson rookie who i think's gonna make the rosser. I'm gonna go ahead and put my voted for donovan wilson you guys. How are you guys donahue wilson. I agree with that too. I think he acted keisha law. That's who i would take better. Take him yeah. They better keep him share last spot on the roster. This is the final fifty three man not necessarily fisherman but our fifty third man deciding between cave on frazier got. It's been around from central michigan for for multiple years. Georgia yoka a nine year veteran a boise state. Don't forget about that. Yeah coins eight. He's got that link. He could play a few different. You can play both spots george. I oko jimmy showers. I think thanks for everything you've done for us but i think you're gonna probably not make it an endearing thompson former hydrographic also out of boise state so don't forget about that either. It's gonna come down to one of three georgia yoga capon frazier during thompson where you're going with this third safety forth you mean for. I think it can be cave on frazier. I think that they really like him. He's he's an arcade so that's that's really where right i go with this. He's done a lot of stuff in the surrounding community around here and i think that he's good enough on special teams for them to keep them cole. I'm gonna go with dairy thompson for the final safety on dallas cowboys roster however with that said i do agree with with what don santa with cave on fraser they do trust and they do like him. I do think he brings a lotta. Special teams value <hes>. He's a guy that davos davos. They've obviously got me known a lot <hes> over the years so i do think he has a real case. Make the roster would not be shocked in the at all if you were to be the spot. I'm just going with during thompson. <hes> i think i think he can succeed in the secondary. I think they would like to bet on his upside and talent talent. I think they go with that is great because mansi personally our take take georgia even though you haven't seen a lot from them this year but i just ah dude the six four to twenty five that has had really really great seasons. I mean cincinnati. Bengals are just terrible. You went to the vikings last year. That defense was kinda fallen apart as well. I would personally take cocoa but there's nothing that they've shown me that says that that's what they're gonna do tough because i like gary thompson cave on frazier. I'm gonna i think i'm going to just look at the roster. Mr woods being a true free safety jeff heath being the strongest donovan wolfson having a strong background. I'm going to have to go daring thompson too but i would be fine. Okay ron frazier. This is probably the only don't have a real argument with. I guess i'm just picking during thompson so you have to quote unquote free safeties season to quote unquote strong safeties but it wouldn't surprise me one bit. They call frazier because they're familiar with them. He's a great special teams. Gala golden said so. That's pretty be much. That's one of the only spots that i say is true. Toss up for me everywhere else. I can make some kind of an argument for one guy or the other but but that one i either way with so i think there's a different direction sticking guests africa you obviously there's a lot of different directions can go so i wouldn't be surprised and went which sporadic take i agree. I agree. That's that's it fifty three guys. We went through mall. We'll go through them. One more time. Dak prescott prescott cooper rush. Tony piler jordan chun alfred morris. 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Knock on wood that nothing happens in between now and he's in but you don't have any other than zeke elliott not holding out all of your studs so far are looking like they're going to be on the fifty three man roster at the start of the year in that's that's huge when you start the season with with all of your you know your your all your early players either the one that are healthy and ready to deploy. I think that's a huge huge huge huge confidence boost for this team because also takes for tyron smith to to towards a._c._l. L. a. mark again. You got some guys that are paying but it sounds like they're all gonna be brave for week one and that that's really a huge confidence booster heading into week one. You guys got anything else. Get out of here. Quick covered it well. We're out because this is the last podcast cast preseason next time you hear from us we will be into the regular season regular season football be upon us. We will know the fifty three man roster. 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