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GauGAN Rocket Man: Conceptual Artist Uses AI Tools for Sci-Fi Modeling - Ep. 99

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32:55 min | 2 years ago

GauGAN Rocket Man: Conceptual Artist Uses AI Tools for Sci-Fi Modeling - Ep. 99

"Hello and welcome to the INVIDIA A podcast. I'm your host. Noah Kravitz today's guest worked on Star Wars Ironman and transformer transformer films at industrial light and magic during the late nineteen ninety s and two thousand frankly. That's all the Info I need. I want to hear Stories Alaska two thousand nineteen and amongst many other super cool things coli words is now using a enhanced tools to paint giant robots that sometimes go viral on social media so we should probably talk about all all that since this is an AI podcast and everything but I'm a child of the eighties so don't worry we'll get into our two and optimus prime and all that good stuff if goalie lets me conceptual artist modular and bleeding edge digital. Oh that's I'm using the word artists choice right all right conceptual artist and model or Coley words. Welcome MM and thanks for taking the time to join the video podcast. Thank you for asking me to contribute here. It's definitely a hot topic right now thing and I've certainly been a fallen victim to getting into it so let's just dive right into that. What's your current state of a fallen victim to it. What are you doing right now professionally. Oy Right now. I'm doing concept art for Film TV Games. You know whatever it's kind of a gun for hire now finally Europe here in the bay area. You're in Marin yeah yeah. I'm in Marin where it's either foggy or hot the whole world these days but man you're kidding. It's I wish I had AC sometimes but you know you live in a product of where we live so can't complain too much so we're going to talk in a minute about Gauguin again but before we get to that let's talk a little bit about the tools of your trade. What will go into your background a little more a little down the line but what kind of tools are you generally using. When you're making art has a good question generally now it it goes anywhere from posted in a pencil to you know full blown workstation with Autodesk my Mari after Effects Photoshop key show at octane. I must be missing about twenty of you've got. You've got a full-blown digital workstation in addition to the paper. Pencil analog tools. Obviously we've got a full blown digital workstation workstation. You're using the latest and the greatest so to speak of what's out there. Yeah I use my phone a lot to to be honest with you. I use my iphone finger paint use my my ipad to do larger pain overs so I'm pretty mobile yeah over a cool. Do use those as kind of inspiration or do they actually get into your were. CLO- they are definitely my workflow. I'd say five years ago six years ago. I got introduced to the IPAD. I the reason I I got interested in the IPAD was because of the style somebody said hey try the stylus and I was like Whoa and it was just some off off market stylists and then of course they came out with it depends on and then game over. I use procreate a lot okay but everything's generative okay. What does that mean. What is generative man. I had a different much less cool segue in my head and you just beat me to the better one. I've evolved from modeling and modeling tends to it'd be really focused and you kinda need to know what you're GonNa do before you do it. I am hard surface model to which basically means I focus on vehicles goals a microphone computer a motorcycle things like that so in many ways you kind of need to know some of the parts before you get going okay and and when you say model or just for those who don't know like myself you're talking about a digital model but of a object with hard surfaces like you were just okay. That's correct Iraq so a lot of times. You need to know what you're going to build before you go in there and build it because you can do something as simple as a big triangle and call it a star destroyer right and it can be really simple bill because it gets all the information across that you need your viewer needs to know or you can model a screw and the screw might actually be way more detail than star destroyer just because you model it right so it all depends on what what you're trying to get across and so a Lotta Times I'll be standing in line at a coffee shop and I'll say yeah feel like doing something jumped so I'll pull out my iphone and I'll start sketching and sketching anything in particular and because it's small and because my fingers big relatively speaking is kinda like pulling data attic a canvas and just starting to throw stop up on it and see what happens and I find things a lot of my my doodles so you know it doodles or a lot of the paintings or models that I ended up building come from these early genitive kind of for lack of a better rephrase idea vomit right what's Cao Gan and how is that now play into a part of her inspire whatever it does to your process us well. Gal Gone is a genitive adversarial network that has been fed lots and lots of images by nvidia and it has been trained because that's what you do to an. Ai You train it around a lot of different landscape elements at the moment so if I want to doodle some sky or I wanNA doodle what amount looks like next to a sky. I can open Galligani not have to worry about my lighting environment or anything like that. Just start throwing around some rocks and sand and you know you have a paintbrush. That basically says okay this. This is sand paint. Okay this cloud pain and you have lighting environment options. You just turn those things on after you get a few doodles a few of these elements in your the scene and you can go gosh that's kind of interesting. I would have thought of that and I liken it to the tool that came out many many many many years ago called Alchemy. I think was alchemy. Sliver all alchemy did was give you the opportunity to to open a black and white file and start drawing and say whatever you draw on the left merit on on the right and sound simple but a lot of times. Is these little things like that that gets you thinking about. Oh I see something cool in that is kind of like Rohrschack test by using it as generally then I just I kind of use. Some of this stuff is it doesn't have to be focused. It can be a sketch. It really falls into my workflow because I'm not a lot of what I'm doing. Now is not I don't hold it as precious. I I hold it more as okay. Go have a little bit of fun and I try and do that every day and I'm sure as Gow gone and other. Ai Generative tools become more mainstream extreme. You're going to see him on the phones and and other portable devices. GonNa be even better so yeah. That's that's what Tao Gan is and that's how I use. Is it at the moment so so Gan is available. You can go online and play with it. I was playing with it earlier and created some things that will not cool at all but that's fine but you you created this image called high doc and I'm looking at right now. It's on the in video blog. There's blog from July thirtieth. If you're out there listening and you WANNA hit pause go look with this blog. July two thousand nineteen pigment of your imagination or you can go your site colored art station. Dot Com and high is on there back and so it says a I generated background within videos Gauguin ship and details painted and procreate so tell us you you know about as much as you can with words. Tell us about high dock and the process how it was created. A couple of guys were posting. I I use my social social media as pretty much like hey who's doing. What how's everybody doing what's happening. If only we all use it that way meant the world would make better somebody posted a an image of a Gal gadot tests and I was like holy crap. I gotTA check this out and they said they did the background in like three in and I'm like God. This is crap so I opened it up and sure enough. It was that easy so the interesting thing about this stuff kind of like what you we're saying is the first few times you do it. You don't feel you don't feel like you know what the heck you're doing. You don't understand how it's doing. It and oddly enough you start to the is starts it. Kinda give you some indication of how it's formed and how works and I found that really interesting so I was actually able to Sorta used I used some of the tools to trick themselves and gave me a pretty cool looking background. Mike so it sort of suggests you know the like any any tools kind of suggest that you use it one way. I started seeing what I could make. It do just saying hey let's put a mountain coming in from the top of the page agent or put a put snow on the bottom of the page. Let's see what happens and so that's sketch. Process got me to a background on like holy crap. Wouldn't it be kind of fun to throw a ship in there and see what happens. I mean how hard is it. I got a lot of free caller. I got a lot of composition out of it and you know that's the kind of stuff for me as Komo coming from the hard surface world that's the kind of stuff that's kind of always been a bit of a curve ball when me Nokia Matte Painting and background composition and how in the world do I compose posed this instead of just focusing on the ship. How can I integrated into a background that has some mood and and stuff like that things that people look for in my industry so you you know this comes along at a good time because you know. I'm I'm not in an office anymore. I'm kind of out by myself so I get the dialogue that that I used to get in an the office so No it's interesting as you were talking. I was thinking about that because I am a previous life. All of you know four years ago worked as as a copywriter in the in in house creative group at a tech company got to be friends with you know some some visual artists there and just interesting seeing how they were and they work in these pods odds and then the things that they really put time into versus the parts of the artwork that are more. You know almost like grunt work that has to be done right. It's interesting hearing you talk about this and and the background you're making me think about both that process of you know the kinds of work that you maybe wouldn't wanna focus on but then also this other thing with you. Talking about almost almost looking at the tool is a creative partner and somebody who gives you an idea that spurs you on something else in this case you know the background. Kinda create inspired you to go. Did you create the ship bespoke so to speak for this background or something. You already had yeah just kind of created it for the background. I mean in the background was like Oh look at this thing. It's cool what would look good in his background so I let the background inform what I wanted to turn the the painting into like any other artist you kinda. There's a lot of things out there. That are you watching of movies. You Look at enough other art you so okay well. I need something in the foreground and eat something to be focused any light source all the stuff that you kind of the fun stuff that you go to school or train yourself online to sort of be sensitive sensitive to that grunt work a lot of that gets taken away. It doesn't mean that the images final or that the shot will be final by using this tool but it's all about getting hitting you further along in the process of getting appoint across and in the end. That's really what you know. If you watch a movie every shot the director is trying to get a point across and then the cinematographers trying to make sure that the director's giving his point across and then you keep going back and back and back and back and in the in the the process in who in the end is me. Maybe sitting at a computer at home or wherever else I'm working building a model and as I build that model Michael in my back of my mind going is is what I'm getting ready to build on this model something that's going to help the director get his point across so in the end is about communication so as these tools continue rollout become communicative the grunt work and the original process or the origin of the process you're getting closer. Mr Together and and unlike that aspect of it so that image hi doc I mean you could almost start to hand things like that. Often people go k will so and so you know you over there in post production at no a studio you need to Rv effect studio you can go ahead and start to build that mountain and then another can start doing research on how to get those clouds look in a certain way another can start working on that spaceship and then another can start working on the dude in the foreground. Is he moving so all these things become stuff that you can bid on and as you bid on it. The whole thing becomes more you know you're moving toward an end result of shot and that's what you know. That's that's the end result. I'm speaking today with Coley words. Coli is a visual artist a modular kind of on the cutting edge of using AI in in his creative process and you know even though we're talking about visual art your bio page on your on your website call words dot com is a great read. I was reading thing it before we start today and I was. I was really getting into it. It details your journey start back as a kid with your interest in model planes and cars in your college days as the architectural design and then your big move out West that eventually landed you at you just reference industrial light and magic so take us back. Tell us about out the first days and how you went from studying architectural design to work in the movies. Oh man you can give us the short version. You can talk all about how you know tester paints wherever you WANNA go with it. Oh my God tester paints what a frustrating thing tester paints were I had a very limited did not have an acumen for for building small-scale models that fine detail but but at least got the reference Yemen it's well. I grew up in South Carolina in the middle of the state. There wasn't a whole whole lot to do you know if I look at my life now and I look at kids where I live and I look back where I grew up and I was like man. I didn't have quite as much to to do your kids kids do today. I was able to go out and ride my bicycle anywhere. I wanted to during the summer and I had a radio right. Hannah had folding card table and all that combined means. I'M GONNA eventually get tired and I'm GONNA sit home. Listen to the radio and bill models back in the day in places like target now back where I grew up Kmart. They had giant rose of models. Now you have a hobby shop by really good models places like K. Mart Walmart and so I got into that I didn't know how to how to build models as well because I couldn't handle the test or paints. Yes stunk at it. There was no internet telling me how to use anything right I didn't I couldn't google it so struggled. Like why can't I make a Matt Black Back. Tire eight says it's going to be mad. Blairite can't make it that way so anyway. All that kind of stuff starts having on like man I i. I've actually having a better time drawing the cover of the model box so you know the magic markers are cheap so mom and dad got me magic markers and my brother and sister and I would sit around and we draw and I drew model box covers and over time I started to understand perspective. My interest in machines just grew. I got to college and I was like okay. We'll now. It's time to end. I wanted to be I kinda. WanNa be a doctor so I can make money and as basically as far as I'd gotten with regards to future planning uh-huh and the minute that I walked into college at Clemson University in northern South Carolina. I was like I am not cut out for Dr. I don't know what I'm GonNa glad do so I sketched during the first semester of classes in my classes. COUPLA buddies are like dude. What are you doing in medicine. You need to be an architecture so wiggled into architecture through the back door and did some summer school classes and took a bunch of courses that were relevant architecture versus medicine so all of my electives in college into being high in biology and stuff I may dis in and so ah got to I got an architecture pitcher met a guy named Andrew Hardaway he and I thought very similar and worked equally as hard and became good friends in summer school to architecture and I got into architecture and he got an architecture through summer schools and then we went onto we went separate ways he he moved to La and go to CR which is down in culver city banks don't cover city and I finished a Clemson we met back up over the years and the keys directing now but what he invited me to move out to La to learn photoshop and you know maybe that would help architecture and I was working in Charleston South Carolina and the amount of architectural work for me to do. They're the type of architecture. Were was less experimental than the college work that I was doing right right right. I came up during a period of time for your some of your listeners. deconstructivist was a real big thing and what years so. I think I graduated in ninety two okay. Oh that era was hot with a lot of philosophy philosophy folded into architecture in sociological studies season. The ending product was barely recognizable as architecture but by which you got there was really really thorough. Yeah I enjoyed enjoyed that so I go out to. La and I think I took the graduate entrance test and I think I scored inside the fifteenth percentile which is like the low end that would be. Hey you made a fifteen on this test congratulations. You're not going to go back to graduates. When are we gonNA do now so all the stuff have happened and Andrew and myself and some other guys were in a studio in l. A. Working on multimedia and while we were working on multimedia media we were teaching ourselves model in an old piece of software called forms e an electric image was the rendering tool that we used and and after facts was a composite engine that we used in Photoshop so those four packages what what we were really cutting our teeth on and we were getting better at it and got a call or I entered a contest with electric image because electric images in Pasadena and at night every now and again my friend Andrew had moved over a two two electric image and I'd go over there and we would. I was learning a lot of really cool tricks with the software on IT. So I entered a drew spaceship our model the spaceship painted it put it in Photoshop entered into electric contested. One of the one of the judges was named the John Nolan John Knoll oh it was one of the writers of Photoshop so John and he was at him. He was a visual supervised Rhode Island. I think star Trek Next Generation was does the movie that he was working on at the time and George Lucas was getting ready to re-release all of the first three movies would be episode four five seven six his new new hope was coming out and they need some help with with modeling and John. Knew that there was a group of people while in L. A. and a few other areas that were using the same tools that he was using and it just so happened that I was one of them. Andrew is one of them and a few other guys. Were one of them so John's like come on up. I I want to interview. Let's talk about getting a job and I was like okay and granted. I I'm terrible at that point in time in my life. I I didn't know much about island. I didn't really care my biggest care out of two years in L. A. was making sure that I wanted to stay out west right so uh-huh as digging it and I'm like holy crap. I got no problem stand out here. So why not go up an interview. I did and I helped some painters. I built digital models matte painters painters for episode six so I credit I think was return of the Jedi release where I worked on this whole in sequence of buildings in Khorasani and I was introduced to a lot of artists that are really you know prominent still prominent today were you a star wars head as a kid was mind blowing or it was more like yeah yeah. I think like it out west and we these guys are using these tools and go check this out. What yeah I mean I was definitely a star wars had as a kid. I was seven or eight when it came out. It was like George could pick somebody to do this was me so I think I saw it one time and then I remember being blown away that you could buy an action figure that was smaller than the twelve inch tall. Gi Joe's would use all right right so you know the whole marketing aspect was huge as they were. I could acquire these things on Mike holy crap so I go mow lawns for a few days and save up enough money to go buy you know Darth Vader darth vader's four inches tall but my God can sit around and I can look at him and I can draw him yeah did and that's what I did. I did that and the Star Wars. I look at it now and go yeah it. It helped me learn to draw because these are the things that were laying around the house that I was interested in and I drew him. So you went up to one up to and work jet. I release ace. Yup and you were there for a decade more or less yeah about a decade more last night. Island has a lot of proprietary had a lot of proprietary software so I was like I kinda miss.. Some of the tools that I was using before is the little we were part of a little studio using these stuff that could run on a MAC got a lot of powerful stuff you know our department and in house so I got rolled in out of the little studio in into the big machine of them over time I realized that I was losing the opportunity or losing the ability to. I was only modeling. You know like wait. Wait a minute. I can light I can. I can do all these other things. What am I going to do and in I remember someone saying right. When I got to Iowa everything's about islands about twelve years ahead of everybody else with regards to tools and whatnot and I to be honest and looking at it. That's about right 'cause eleven years in my tenure there. I was like Oh my gosh. I can do this stuff without him. I I L- tools maybe I should start thinking about getting back into doing everything again because that was fun right the the market of tools that were out there for the the every man digital artist had caught up to islands proprietary stuff yeah the injury. The cost of entry was no longer a silicon graphics working right and ten fifteen thousand dollars worth of modeling software from alias Studio for automotive design and it was beyond that now we are way the the cost of entry was nothing so relatively speaking and you can do it mostly on a Mac or PC. You know you just do it. Things worked so so I left and went to another studio near the presidio call the orphanage with which was owned by a friend of mine named Jonathan Rothbart and he's been an advocate for me as I have grown as well and so I really learned a lot of techniques and tools that are I got reinvigorated yet by Maya. I wanted to learn my really really well and I did and moved on from there to Doug Chang's art department up at image movers digital in Nevada which is about twenty minutes from my house now uh-huh and then got involved in his art department up there and that's when I started to realize you know what maybe I can one day be a concept artist girlfriend and I were. We're talking last night. About at what point do you start feeling like. You're not a fraud and stuff that maybe everybody goes through this. I'm hoping that feeling comes on my deathbed Cassano but I hear you yeah so there. Are these moments in your life where you start wondering like He. Maybe I know a little bit about what I'm talking about in in. Maybe I should start behaving like night and that's when it started to happen for me so I'd say you know in two thousand eleven is when I started to go. You know what maybe maybe you should start teaching yourself a little more and you know the Internet's great for that right now. You've got that resource yeah yeah yeah so outside of Gauguin which we we talked about a little bit. Are there other tools that you've used along the way we're using now that are leveraging a I as part of the artistic process yeah I ran into this tool called Gan breeder so whereas with Dow can you start by painting. You have a focus okay. I'm going to use the sand and I'm going to paint it here and this is and that's where the San shows up in the generated image and I'm GonNa pay no mountain and the mountains. GonNa show up up over here and this and that's where it shows up so the training of the AI is probably the same because it's a genitive adversarial networks so however however ever mini images of a rock or gravel have been shown to Gal Ganz a section the same amount has probably have been shown to this other a is network of Hey. This is Iraq read. The way that it's been implemented is different in so far as you don't have have a paintbrush you just pick two gene pools when I say gene pools. These networks are made up of all this data of what a beetle looks like or what a tank looks like more what a bird looks like so that data pool of AI each one of them is being pitted with one another and it makes a combination so the is already learned what all these things are but instead of me picking up a paintbrush. I say I wanNA combine a bird with a tank and those two things get mixed together inside of Gan Breeder and it creates creates its initial set of children and so it just combines all these different parts of those sets of images and it comes up with with children. Now how I've been using that is very different than how I've been using again because it's way less focused and more less happenstance so it's it's the cool thing about Gan breeder is that I can wait the two gene pools and say hey when I say wait. I can make one more dominant than the other so if I pick an aircraft carrier and a beetle if it's fifty fifty. You don't really know what's going to happen. You know you know what's going to you. Can you can predict that. It's GonNa be an aircraft carrier. That looks like a beetle at that scale or it's GonNa be a beadle that looks like an aircraft carrier at sitting on orrock right so once once you start to give weight to one side or the other you can begin to predict where this image is going to be set so so if I want an aircraft carrier that looks like a beetle I start waiting the aircraft carrier more and just have it continued to generate images until I find one that I like and then when I find one that I like I picked that as my new parent my new gene pool head and then I let it generate. I'll add another a variable end and then I'll go. I had no idea that if you combined for some strange reason there's a miniskirt in their miniskirt in the gene pool on. I'm like you know what I have found that the mini skirt makes these gene pools more and more interesting so stuff that I had no idea might affect affect how an outcome might be inside the these combinations. I'm learning you know how how these. Ai I have been trained and that's kind of where it is. You know is is I'm finding is the way that the has been trained or. I'm finding interest in that yeah yeah. It's listening to you. Describe gambler always like man. This'll be great for generating like speculative fiction plots or characters sets kinda starting points points yeah. It's really really good for that. The fun part for me is going to be when I actually get a project where somebody says hey. I haven't gotten this. Shed is all been personal most but when somebody says hey we're thinking about a beetle that is of a character who has a armor that looks like this and this and this and I don't want to sit down the ADA and play with it for a while see something once that happens when it be like Oh yeah and I can already see that it can happen. I just WANNA be able to have feather in Macapagal Go. Yes you know what I use this free online tool and I had no idea what I was going to get but I went in and just started playing with it and that goes all the way back to sitting down with alchemy which was free thinking probably still play with it. You know you have no idea what you're gonna get but you're going to start getting your juices flowing and get some inspiration going the most one thing. I've enjoyed about being an. Ra You you give yourself permission to play and just wait and see what your brain is going to do. What's put in front of you. I embrace that and I I hope other artists to embrace that give themselves time to play as the that's the perfect landing point for folks who want to want to even listen to your words. That's what they want to see some of your work. Where can they go online. You mentioned your feeds. I mentioned your art station page. Where should they go as like everyone else. My website was done in two two thousand eleven and I haven't touched but there's a lot of stuff in there. That's really old and fun and more you read my past but I throw up my art on Instagram Graham Allot but that's my business card I call it my living business card and my heart goes to instagram all the time and art that I really I really am happy with promote goes to my art station. Okay so you're you're Graham is is that your name or works and then then colleagues has also That's all one word lower case my art. Station is my name. Kelly words excellent. Were taping keeping this in early. August two thousand nineteen any projects. You're working on that have just come out or coming out later this summer this fall that you want to give a quick replugged to most recently. I've been working on watchmen. I think it had a trailer drop at recently and I worked on Dune last year here so I'm really excited and proud to have been a part of that and I'm I'm excited to see what Denise Villneuve and his crew come up with with for that movie yeah. Those are the two big that's twenty twenty release. Okay that's perfect. Ila wigs out right on so courts dot COM INSTAGRAM dot com slash scully words art station Dot Com and then you mentioned siggraph and as a recording this there's a new blog up on the INVIDIA site talks about Gauguin and being at siggraph thing picked up an award your mentioned in there so plenty of stuff for folks out there to dive into and get inspired by and coli holy man. I would love to do this again. Some time. There's a world of a world of creativity and inspiration that very selfishly. I'd love to tap more into but I'm sure down the line. The listeners would to reach out all right. Thanks for taking the time everybody go. Check out online and all the best to you and everything you you're doing yeah. Thank you. Thank you for having me on your show Long

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The trump administration has told states to get ready to distribute a corona virus vaccine by November I and one. Some skeptical. This is just to have something to brag about right before the election I will fully trust that syringe get. That has the words chickenpox crossed out the word coronavirus written in. Sharpie. Don't be surprised if by January trump is still president and we all have fingers growing out of our necks. It gets the plot of Children's movie from the nineties like yeah, kid. There's GonNa be a vaccine by the election and your mom, and I aren't getting a divorce after all. We. Just say seven Angels Chris? Lloyd. I wish corona virus, it never happened. Now. Here's the thing if the vaccine ever comes, there won't be enough of it for a long time. So scientists are even now trying to figure out who should get it I, which is leading everybody to try to justify their place in the line. So healthcare workers are like I, need the vaccine to keep you healthy and journalist or like I need the vaccine I keep you informed and Stephen Miller is like I need the vaccine to make sure Mexicans don't get the vaccine. I know it's it's so rare. He gets such a pure unity practice the he so craves really secure. Really. When you think about this problem, you have to thank Donald. Trump for what he's done in the last few months, he made the line for the vaccine about one hundred, eighty, thousand people shorter. It's funny because it's not. That here's your next quote. It's the owner of a hair salon in San Francisco complaining to Fox News. We're supposed to look up to this woman right? It is just disturbing. This woman was outraged that a particular woman came into her shop to get hair done during the pandemic who was it Nancy Pelosi? Yes. Mad. It was Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House. She was caught on camera inside a beauty salon in. San. Francisco, getting a blow out despite the fact that all the salons were supposed to be closed right now, the president tweeted about it and on Thursday the White House spokeswoman started her press briefing showing a video of Pelosi in the salon like it ziprcruiter tape like look her hair flip up into the left up into the left. The most shocking thing about this frankly is that Mrs Pelosi goes to a hair salon at all. We just assumed she snaps off her hair and swaps it out like lygo person. I I'll confused by this story Peter Please explain it to me. So Nancy Pelosi. Called this Alon, which is close all the salons and California closed right now believe me I know because I've been cutting my own damn hair It looks great how and thank you very much. It's an opponent will never not be in a pony for the rest of these days but she so she got the owner to open it for her but the owners, and so it's a little it's a little complicated. But as far as I can tell, this is what happened Nancy. Pelosi. Got In touch with her stylist who rents a particular Salat. She said can I come in for haircut? Stylus says, yes it's okay as long as you only one here. The stylist told the owner the salon he. Nancy Pelosi is coming in. And what the owner then did for reasons I, guess at this point is instead of telling MS, Pelosi not to come she allowed it to happen. She recorded the whole thing and security video, and then she took that tape and she went straight to Fox News, right? Wow, right. So They kind of did as she should've known when Ms Pelosi got the answer back. Yes. It's fine for you to come in but don't wear stripes because it looks weird on camera. The whole thing is really just another foe scandal, but on the other hand what a relief to see the headline illicit blowout and find out it's not another story about Jerry Falwell Junior. It is kind of like You know two people having an activity together while someone else watches from the corner and. Different a story. Absolutely. Absolutely. True. All right. Matt here is your last quote guys. They're so good that was a writer for delitzsch commenting on what is the first good news of twenty twenty it turns out that early next year, we're all going to get a brand new what I have no idea will give you a hint. Apparently people were getting tired of just having thin mints in Samoa's. A. New Girl Scout Cookie. That's exactly right matt. Finally, a reason to stay alive until next year, the girl scouts announced a brand new French toast flavored cookie called toast yesterday we assumed the girl Scouts said to make sure our product is unique. Let's name it after the one phrase that no one ever has said once. I guess toast boo too on the nose. By the way for those who don't remember your day is a word that was used to express joy back nearly twenty. For those don't remember what joy is. Well, Hey, the girl scouts have a new cookie. It's really something I missed girl scout season that wonderful season we're not buying an eating boxes of cookies. The wrong thing to dig. Although, you bring up an important point Adam, which is how in the world are we even going to have access to girl scout cookies unless we're back in our offices eighty, five percent of all girl scout cookies are sold to get the sad dad selling them to leave your room. It is a very twenty twenty thing though that even the new cookie where all excited for is named after the food you smell when you're having a stroke. I'm at this point, a a new cookie may not be enough to soothe our feelings. We might need thick mints. Bill How did Matthew are quiz? Well, he continues the celebrate Tori mood created by the girl scout cookies with a perfect score. Congratulations man. Done. Stay safe stay healthy and we'll hope to see you on the other side all this. I'll make it take care. Right, now panel time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Josh a new survey suggests that people who eat peanut butter for breakfast. Are. Better at what they're better at the hint will the the the people are students of the skippy Sutra better at lovemaking? Yes they're good embed A. Cereal. Company survey. Two. Thousand people about their personality traits than ask them what they had breakfast and correlated the results of the most successful people said, they just have t French toast eaters are the biggest partiers and yes those who have peanut butter for breakfast say they are the most passionate lovers or as they say, well, actually actually to be fair what they say is Over Yeah I. Don't know if I trust the self reporting of someone who has peanut butter breath frankly. Yeah I would like to hear the survey of the last two sexual partners those people. Like Oh yeah. Peanut. Butter. Breath. Yeah. I'll tell you what when he gets in bed it's more of a if you know what I'm saying. How I'm going to have to do some research on this and and does it matter if it was crunchy Creamy I, I'm not sure. That I can think about is get this survey from a company called Weetabix. And it says describe yourself describe your personality and one of the things. For breakfast. Yeah. I don't know because Asian or correlation, but there you have it. Coming up our panelists go all bear grylls in our bluff the listener game call one triple eight way to play. We'll be back in a minute with more wait wait. From NPR. Support for NPR comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman's own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world. A better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org. And Guy Rise and on NPR's how I built this how a simple splash of color accidentally launched. Sandy Chila which into a forty year career as a designer entrepreneur and creator of the now famous chiller which place mat subscriber listen now. From NPR and WBZ Chicago this wait wait don't tell me we NPR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we playing this week with Adam felber Josh, Gundel Ben and Helen And here is your host Aban who has a this week as officially gone feral Peter. SAGO Thank, you bill right now it is time for the wait. Don't tell me bluffed the listener game call triple eight wait wait to play our game on the air. Hi, you're wait wait. Don't Tell Me High Elliott from Essex Junction Vermont and I just finished my peanut butter toast. Really. You're ready to rock. Did you where did you say you're from Elliot I'm from Essex Junction Vermont Oh Essex Junction Vermont okay, and what do you do there? I'm a Spanish teacher and a handyman a handyman now. Okay. So and you're handyman business, your Vermont person you're handy. Of course can you tell us what's the oddest thing you've ever been asked to come over to somebody's house and do you know I? went up that's a stumper I. I would say fixing a Gazebo by the shores of Beautiful Lake Champlain. was hoping for something involving nudity or some embarrassing kind of home accident but that's okay. That's lovely. That's good. View. Vermont, answer to that Gretchen like what's the weirdest thing? I fixed a beautiful gazebo like I live in New York City and if I if a handyman here, answer that it'd be like well, someone called me to get a rat out of their bigger. A. Rat Stuck in my room. That's the problem you got a wreck. Well Anyway Elliott it's really nice to have you with us. You'RE GONNA play our game which you must try to tell truth from fiction bill. What's Elliott's topic you versus wild? So we've all wondered if I were stranded and starving in the wilderness what wine pairs best with bugs this week we heard about a new survival tip for the great outdoors. Our panelists are going to tell you about it picked on is telling the truth and you'll win our prize the Whitewater of your choice on your voicemail you're ready to. Play you BETCHA. All right. Well, then let's do it first up. Let's hear from Adam felber author Charles Lisbie found himself in his own horror story last week while a retreat to a rented cabin near Guerneville California Mr Lisbon had been catching a nap in a hammock when he was awoken by some prowling raccoons startled Mr be panicked thrashed and got himself hopelessly entangled in a Hammock a human cocoon unable to move fortunately, his phone was on the ground beneath. But when he voiced down nine, one one he was told. That all the emergency personnel were combating nearby wildfires and be Charlie was pretty sure the EMT's were laughing at his description of his plight desperate. He had an inspiration using Siri t voice activated his domino's APP ordered his usual a double cheese pizza and sweet mango have a narrow wings and under special delivery instructions for the delivery man he dictated quote stuck in a hammock please help the plan worked and soon Mr Lesbian was being cut free by local delivery guy seventeen year old Ethan Curvello who then received what he called like the biggest tip ever. Liz had nothing. But praise for the teen and the chain saying quote the EMT said it would. Take Hours I got my rescue hot in thirty minutes or less. However, he added his offer was not correctly fulfilled quote when I saw he'd accidentally brought me a Hawaiian Pizza I almost asked him to leave me up in that Hammock to die a guy stuck in a hammock far in the woods is rescued simply by ordering domino's your next story of survival comes from Helen Hong getting drunk and heading into the wilderness seems like the plot of a slasher film or a bunch of over sex teens get picked off one by one by a murderous maniac but scientists have discovered getting drunk might actually be a great idea when getting lost in the woods. Researchers at the College of Little Compton in Rhode Island have discovered that intoxication may cause increased agility on rugged terrain. They came to this conclusion after observing the patrons of the local pub, the loosened leaky lighthouse of little. Compton. Pub was on an uneven cobblestone street with broken sidewalks from overgrown tree roots and I'm actually going to ask Josh to help me out with some quotes here. It's like an obstacle costs to get their reported one local resident. People are spraining their ankles and smash inaugural just trying to get a drink but patrons leaving the pub after a few pints never seem to have a problem navigating the dangerous walkway well, unless they totally lasted. College, researchers then recreated the study with intoxicated hikers navigating highly technical terrain at a nearby Wilderness Park and discovered three beers or to vodka tonics actually improved the hikers ability to not smash their faces in. The researchers were quick to emphasize that any more than three beers or to vodka tonics did not help agility again you know you can't get to Hamid. Getting drunk helps hikers managed difficult terrain without injury your last story of. STAYING ALIVE COMES OFF Picture this you're hiking through the remote Tundra of the Arctic, your face to face with a polar bear and you're fully nude. No. This isn't the climax of a new Netflix's dating show called bearing it all according to travel writer Paula frolic. It's an effective method of surviving her sign a tax. If you should come face to face with a polar bear back away. Well, peeling your clothes off at a time says frolic who strategy seems like. It was pulled from a looney tunes episode where Bugs Bunny dresses up like sexy lady to Trick Elmer Fudd it should be stated however that this is not an appropriate method to figure out if you WANNA polar bear have romantic chemistry or if you're better off remaining friends, just be an adult and ask the bear directly. According to frolic a polar bears, natural curiosity could cause it to sniff and play with each item of clothing. Individually as you disrobe scientists hypothesize that this strategy could be an effective distraction on account of the bears classification under filing certified freak seven days a week. All right. So. Let's put it this way you're somewhere in the wilderness and you're in trouble somebody has come up with a very useful thing to do is it from Adam felber if you're lost in new to help just order dominos, they'll find you in thirty minutes or less from Helen Hong. If you have difficult to rein to traverse get drunk because apparently that helps or from Josh Gone woman if you're confronted by a polar bear, just take off all your clothes, which will distract possibly titillate the bear which of these is the real story of a wilderness survival tip. Well. Peter. They all sound like the they could work but I'm Gonna I'M GONNA. Go with Josh's story as the most believable you're to go with Josh's story is the one we're us. If you're confronted by one of the deadliest predators on the planet, you simply should remove your clothes. All right. To bring you the correct answer we spoke to someone familiar with the real story. I would suggest wearing as many layers as you can because you might run out of clothing before you can escape from the bear. that. Was Elizabeth Kruger's is the Arctic Wildlife Manager for the World Wildlife Fund talking about getting naked for the polar bears. Congratulations Elliott. Got It. Right. You're earned a point for Josh and you have one are prized the voice of your choice on your voicemail. Congratulations. All right. Thank you so much for playing with us today. Bye Bye. Thank Peter. Another game where people who've been everywhere else finally arrive here it's called not my job. When you're hungry you like to watch cooking shows. Well, when you're stuck at home, you should watch Kelly Edward Show mysterious islands. She's a pilot scuba divers, sailor and explorer, and we are so glad she's taking a little trip to be with US Kelly Edwards Walkman to wait wait don't tell newt. Thank you for having Yeah Levian. Oh yes. Well, we love having you wanted to do you justice. have been stuck at home like the rest of us these last five or six months. I actually have not because a little part about me that I should introduce to the audience that I'm also a pilot and so I have the ability to get in a one of the five airplanes that I fly and go to an unpowered airport in hang out and have a picnic rabbi the. Wait a minute. So I know just a little bit about flying. When you mean like an unpowered airport, you mean, one of those airstrips, the middle of nowhere that's just clear and anybody can land there whenever they want because it's not under anybody's control you don't need permission so you just get exactly I live in Los Angeles. So I fly out of Van Nuys Airport and we have so many towered airports here in California alone one that makes. You. Thirty. So I have not been stuck at home because I have capabilities of taking myself right like to go. Sorry. My family for you. I know. There must be so many people who are doing their best to become your best friend right when I, say that, I have a line around the corner I mean it That's less impressive now because everyone has to lineup six. I like that. Now the line has because of the space you are so right about that. Let's go to Catalina. We'll take the we'll take the plane. We'll scuba dive near the arcade there come on. You know it's when I actually learned to dive and Catalina because you're a diver to divers well, I am a bond girl Laura Croft double-o several. So, whatever you guys WanNa, do let's do it. How did you get interested in being basically an adventurer? Well. I started taking road trips with my parents at a very, very young age and I when I started to look at the world in watching that Geo and travel channel and all this I'm like, Oh, I should go to these places. So there are a lot of who just save up the money to get an economy class ticket you decided you would actually learn to fly in. Fly Yourself. Yes. Indeed, and that came about because I saw one man a small airplane landing at Burbank. Airport between Delta and South West and jet blue and I literally googled at the gate one man small aircraft and general aviation came up I had no idea that you didn't have to be a military pilot to become a pilot and so I came back and took a discovery flight from a groupon for a hundred bucks and got hooked and sick in plane hooked and really yeah because wait a minute so. The only time I've ever flown myself in a small private plane general aviation. I got incredibly sick and I said to myself. Well, that's the end of this for me never again and I've stuck to that. But you the same thing happened to you and your reaction was like, okay great. When you've cleaned up the vomit I'm going to learn to fly. Let me tell you why and I'm not crazy. Okay. I just have to tell the truth, but I flew over my ex boyfriend's house. And I snapped a picture from the air and I sent it to him and his reaction was priceless. He's like. How did you get this picture and where are you and I was like, Oh, I just need to be able to do this whenever I feel like. I thought you were going to say I vomited out the windows server. And then be I love that you're pettiness drove you to learn how to fly airplanes girl you're like Hashtag goal. Adventures ever called upon survival skills but we were just talking about that on the show. Do you have any survival skills I mean for example, have you ever had to face down a polar bear? No, no polar bears definitely had a an encounter to some wild animals including Moose wolves bear from really really afar but more. So just being out in nature I do have my wilderness first aid certification I'm going to go get my avalanche training in October back in Colorado I'm always ready for the apocalypse. I literally, I'm literally coming to move in with you. I am coming to move in with you because you are Lara Croft, you really aren't. You are in my avalanche training was stay the hell away from avalon. I would worry about like being with you in the apocalypse because you'd be too good at it and they just be like lagging behind out of breath that I grabbed me by that collar. We'd be out of there I'll. Tell you. Is If, anything goes wrong call Kelly. She's gone up the aircraft. He's going to have all the gear and we're going to survive and I say that. So I'm like choose your friends risely. I'm one of those friends choose a friend I mean it is humbling to know that you have all these for the apocalypse in in my case, it'd be like well, Peter could moderate the discussion at the campfire tonight. Let's. And I it'd be like look. I, don't I hope doesn't come to this but probably I'm delicious. I'll hold my breath I would I would have to say in in the meeting of your new clan don't lead with that job. Around firewood, everybody can contribute Josh Delicious. Can you do the the castaway thing Tom Hanks did and actually make a fire from like sticks if you needed to I, absolutely can. That's definitely one of the skills that you learn like that's one. Oh, one survival skills like fire is the most important come on Peter. That's one on one. This is terrible Josh. Maroon together I wouldn't even be able to boil you. We could use the reflection of giant forehead to call down a plane. Well, Kelly words. It is an absolute delight to talk to you but we have actually asked you here today to play a game. This time we're calling. Welcome to Staten Island. So you've explored many remote. But. What do you know about a pretty normal island right off the wild coast of eastern New Jersey Staten Island answer two out of three questions about Staten Island and you'll win our prize for one of our listeners. The Voice of anyone they may choose from our show on their voicemail bill who is Kelly playing for Lia Ross Love, Orlando Florida all right. Ready to go. Kelly Ready Freddie I. Question About Staten Island one of the best reasons to visit Staten Island is no longer there every year in the fall people used to rush the island for the ritual annual construction of what a the world's longest urinal be the birdman a huge wooden sculpture of a man flipping Manhattan, the bird or see giant bus of Dolly, Parton and Kenny Rogers based on the myth that Staten Island is the island in the stream. Are the see 'cause you know Nali acquaintance and we just want to say, yes, you're gonNa just GonNa because I said Dolly Parton you're just GONNA go yes. Dolly. Parton absolutely I like I like that because you're right she is the queen but the answer is the world's largest urine. Trout is hundreds of feet long. It was built each year for the start of the new. York City. Marathon but sadly, no more now, they with porta-pottys which are Duller. All right. Next question after months of receiving massive electricity bills in your Mailbox Staten Island. Woman figured out the reason why a all Staten Island residents she left her Christmas lights up until August be the bills were actually for the electricity pole outside her house or see Con Edison was paying tribute to the large Italian population on Staten Island by tallying all bills in lire. I'M GONNA. Go with she left her Christmas lights on two August. Do you see you can see it from the sky imagine as you fly around? That's my house. Oh. No actually the answer sadly was be the bills were for the electricity pole outside her house. They were actually addressed to poll as the woman said quote, you don't write to Opole if you're normal. All right last question though it's not often thought of fine dining destination visitors to staten island can enjoy food from which of these restaurants a the world's longest buffet built out of the previously mentioned world's longest urinal. Be Spin, Yvonne Cinnabon Slash Cycling Gym or C., N. Maria, which only employs genuine Italian grandmothers as cooks. I'm going to go see your right and attack Maria. Presumed deserters them coming out and asking you why you're not married yet. Oh, man I got plenty of bill how Kelly, doing our quiz one out of three. Kelly. You'll be thinking about this on your next flight. So we love having you here. That was. Great roundabout answer. was was very positive. I think. Kelly Edwards is an adventurer mountaineer, a pilot and scuba diver. You can hear her every Wednesday on her new travel podcast. Let's go together Kelly. Edwards. Thank you so much for being on our quiz. Thank you guys for having Nisa. Cellphone. y'All Wayne. Away. I'll way would it be? In just a minute, our bosses finally. Nice to us in our listener limerick challenge call triple eight. Wait wait to join us on the air. We'll be back in a minute with more of don't Thomas from NPR. Fly. This message comes from NPR sponsor better help the online counselling service dedicated to connecting you with a licensed counselor to help you overcome whatever stands in the way of your happiness, fill out a questionnaire and get matched with a professional tailored to your needs and if you weren't satisfied with your counselor, you can request a new one at any time free of charge visit better help dot com slash wait to get ten percent off your first month get the help you deserve with better help. If elephant feels threatened. Watch out the elephants have picked up people in literally hold them across the floor and just broken them. How can these two species live together in peace new ways of resolving conflict? That's on the Ted Radio Hour, from NPR. From NPR and WBZ should Gago this is wait wait don't tell me the NPR news quiz I'm bill. Curtis were playing this week with Helen Hong Josh Gone Delman Adam Felber, and here again is your host man having a cubicle installed at his home. Justified feel normal again, Peter Sago. Thank you bill just a minute bill feeds his Gremlin after midnight it's our listener. Limerick challenge if you'd like to play give us a call at one triple eight wait wait that's one, eight, eight, eight, nine, two, four, eight, nine, two, four, all right panel. Here are some more questions for you. From this week's News Helen we got some bad news for Kimberly guilfoil among other people it turns out that doing what increases the possibility of spreading covert. Exactly right. Apparently talking loudly helps spread Kovic particles that group of ladies next to you at Brunch who keep screaming God seriously have gone from annoying to deadly. cording to a professor at the University of Colorado quote. Every route of viral transmission would go down if we talked less or talk less loudly in public spaces that. Is Great News for people don't want to go someone. Sorry. I'm just talking less these days for safe trying to protect you baby. That's what it is. But if this goes on, it will change culture. You know like warrior chieftains giving speeches before battles we'll have to mutter I just don't let them take our freedom. Okay, everybody. Okay. And Secret Service agents leaping in front of assassins we'll have to whisper now. Campaign speeches. Today we're GonNa Take Wisconsin, and then tomorrow the whole United States. We'll we'll I'll try that new girl scout cookie and go Yay. I feel like every song would sound depressing right? Just Bon, Jovi like we're halfway there. Are. Helen there is a new scam to watch out for I'm sorry to say several US states have issued official warnings advising people not to be fooled by what for sale. Online. Soup you can throw. No. give me a hint please. Oh, it's a FIGURA doodle. A dog. Yes puppies. Here's hurt works. People offer adorable puppies for sale online. Trick you into sending the money for the poppy, but there is no puppy. Lots of people seeking animal companions during lockdown. The number of puppy scams is up almost fifty percent last year. I have noticed this because I have an avid craigslist. And there are a ton of puppy listings on craigslist and they're not real stop buying them. Ten puppies on their way they do pull that scam over the phone to Peter when you call them, they're like, Oh yeah I'm say hello to you right now. Wolf. I I can't wait till the sting where where the whoever is they're? To get bus them as like show me the puppies I'll show you the money. Show me the money and I'll show you the poppy. I think of a worse scam. This is so heartbreaking. You have your heart set on an adorable puppy. You like scrounge together all this money hand over the money and you're like I can't wait till I get my puppy and then there's no puppy. It Does seem to target the world's loneliest people right? Like the only sadder scam would be like instead of fake puppies, it's fake body pillows and extra large wine glasses shut up. I. I don't like this is going Josh take get back. Hit a nerve. Adam, a new study finds that in the distant future what may die out entirely Pagers No. I give you a hint of course doctor was a woman. That's the only possibility men. Yes. This study. Okay. With that. Check nobody's going to object at this point. The study says that x chromosomes, which when paired make a person female and y chromosomes, which insists on explaining to you which chromosomes are. Used to have the same number of genes in them. But why's numbers of genes have been getting smaller and in four point five million years there may be no men left at all. Hours after meeting Kelly I'm like, yeah. Who needs them. It's true. I wasn't point five million years away. Yeah if. A man in like four million years. You'll be manned. Exact. People in the future, we'll have to say you know boys will be boys. Coming up, it's lightning fill in the blank hits the game where you have to listen for the rhyme. If you'd like to play on air caller, leave a message at one triple eight that's one, eight, eight, eight, nine, two, four, eight, nine, two, four, or quickly. Contact US link on our website wait dot NPR dot org and check out the wait wait quiz in your smart speaker. It's out every Wednesday with me and bill asking you questions wait a second you don't have smart speaker. Who are you talking to all day? Hi you're on. Wait wait. Don't tell me. Sitting Hey Sydney how are you? I'm great. How are you? I'm pretty well, where are you calling from Dayton Ohio how are things and Beautiful Dayton? They're as good as can be expected during a pandemic yes. That is the standard answer. What do you do there I am an engineer in the aerospace industry. Cool. So so you design airplane because that would be the coolest thing ever. Sure close enough. Close enough for US billions. Do you do the parts that flap when they go in the air. Yeah. Those ones exemplary sidney men are going extinct soon enough. Well welcome to the show. Sydney Bill Curtis is GonNa read you three news related limericks the last word or phrase missing from each if you can fill in that last word of phrase correctly and to the lyrics will be a winner. Here is your first limerick. Nice people fare better at work being rude and mean isn't a perk evil Mojo will stick to the guy who's A. Putz. Is Bad if you're known as the. Jerk yes. Sir. Jerk at work isn't as beneficial as you may think, a shocking surprise to anyone who recently read that Elon Musk is now the third richest person in the world. Many of us are taught the workplace is a doggy dog world where coffee is for closers and quitting old movies makes you cool. But a new study shows that people are willing to lie and manipulate and step on other people to get ahead. Actually don't go any farther than people who are just nice. The meaner people were also forty percent less likely to be told about the pizza and the break room. When asked for comment the Chairman of the National Association of D. BAG CO worker said, I, don't need friends. I have a boat. Do you have a boat? You dingus? Here Sydney is your next limerick. Thanks to Covid my trips I'm revamping I'm outdoors though my legs soon start cramping there's no polls for my tent and the bears caught my sent. I don't know what to do when I'm. Camping. Yes. Camping very good goodson. Thanks to the pandemic with restaurants and theaters more and more people are giving up lavish vacations the summer, and they're trying the outdoors for the first time. One newbie from Chicago interviewed by The Wall Street Journal went backpacking in the ozarks but didn't bring a sleeping bag because summer she reasoned is hot. Turns out the hut part is the sun which goes away at night. These WASSERMAN reported quote I've never been so cold my entire life. This is true. This is a problem because people who never go camping are trying camping right now for the first time. Yes, and they're not doing good at it. Would totally be me really I love to eat out at restaurants and all the restaurants are closed. So I have to do take out and that's my version of camping. roughing. My wife I was out for like half an hour the other day and as Gosh isn't nature. Great. All. Right here here. Sydney is your last. Limerick. Alloa Tower, we just had a setback we're cruising as high as we get jacked. But we just flew to near to some weird rocketeer we have just passed a guy with A. Jet Pack Jan Pack Yes, an American Airlines pilot. Landing, at lax was startled when he saw a man flying with a jetpack outside the plane's window at three thousand feet now he told the tower all about it but not the passengers, which is a shame and if you look out the left side of the plane, you'll see Pacific Ocean Nancy Dingus in a jetpack. Kelly's boyfriend will go to any lengths to win her back. I can't believe that we finally have jet packs. This is what we were promised that the future was going to be like, yeah, it's funny. I read some science fiction when I was a kid which was all about as nifty future with jets jet packs, and some which were distortion nightmare and it turns out we get both. Bill did send you do in our quiz Sidley did great. You got him. All right. Good going said. Thank you. Thank you so much for plan. Thank you so fun. Bye. Bye Take Care Sydney. Now onto our final game lightning fill in the blank, each of our players will have sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions as they can. Each correct answer worth two points bill can you give us the scores? Ellen has four Adam has four and Josh has five Helen Adam are tied. So I will arbitrarily choose for no reason at all Helen Helen. The clock will start when they begin your first question. Please fill in the blank on Wednesday president trump urged North Carolina to test the mail in voting system by blanking. No by voting twice, which is of course, illegal for the first time since World War Two. The federal blank is set to exceed the size of the economy. The deficit? Yes. According to a new report president trump did not want to go visit a military cemetery in because he said blank air losers. Would have accepted suckers this week, a woman in Australia discovered the reason her toilet was clogged was blank. There's a snake in it. Here's a family of snakes living in and I'll give it to you on Wednesday social media site blank said it would limit political ads the week before the election facebook. Yes. This Week Mackenzie Scott the ex wife of Amazon's blank was named the world's richest woman Jeff bezos Roy to sweep police were able to easily identify a man who robbed a Pizza Hut. Because he blanked he he. He stole the sign that Said Pizza Hut. No. They easily identified him because he filled out a job application before robbing it. And I can tell you after hosting the show for more than twenty years. This is not the first time this has happened. According to employees. Demand entered the pizza location ashburn application, filled it out, and then grabbed the tip jar and made a run forward in addition to including all of his personal information on the application. The man also left behind his backpack which had his idea in it. 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Meathead is The Susan Lucci of The BBQ Hall of Fame!

The BBQ Central Show

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Meathead is The Susan Lucci of The BBQ Hall of Fame!

"Patio Daddy O Barbecue in Boise Idaho I've got it locked on the fifty thousand Gigawatt blowtorch of the Internet. That is barbecue central. We'll do it live. Doing live I can. It and do it live, so they get that perfect barbecue. You is what? Whatever tweet, but the latter pulled on strike your match and What should we call the Fire Department? That might be a good idea. Welcome to the really big barbecue central show a show that talked about all things, the world, the barbecue and grilling. Originating from the rock and Roll Hall of fame of Cleveland Ohio. The barbecue capital of the North Coast of your program. Breath grumpy a half you afford. Your Tuesday. And other. Have you a phone, call or email? Will get you in here so you can get off the pot barbecue and. Take that. You have and here's how you do. That can get in touch with their show by calling two one, six, two, two, zero, zero, nine, six six female Greg at the choose central show dot com on the twitter and Instagram said bbq central show anything else you WANNA find out about the show can be found at the main website, the queue central show. Show DOT COM and here's what's happening. Coming up in about twelve minutes from now it's the second Tuesday of a brand new month, and of course that means a visit from the guy that is created the most heavily traffic barbecue and grilling websites so much so that it earned him a return trip to the twenty twenty Barbecue Hall of fame. semi-final names list. And a guy who has been appearing on this show for a decade, perhaps even more. I think even more now that I. Recollect quickly in my head, perhaps his first year of appearance on any form of this show cause remember all the way back in the beginning. This was a podcast in its very essence. A prerecorded. Long form interview that was then edited down and released once per week. I think meet had made his debut appearance in what would have been the two thousand and seven Barbecue Ribs Roundtable. Maybe it was even a little earlier than that, so ben around the show as long pretty much as long as it has been going in whatever form, it's been going in meathead from amazing ribs dot. COM will join US father's day coming up here shortly. We also have some hall of fame stuff to talk about we also. Also have a number of other items to talk about answering your questions as well so feel free to email in and call in. These are things that I can do. It's a real show like a real radio show where you could call in and ask an expert question or ask an expert guest questions. If you want, have a mansard right here on the show, and then it's also being recorded, so it will be able to be listened to tomorrow and Friday and ten years from now on and on. Through perpetuity as we said last week. So. That's the first hour as usual that will move into the second hour. A guy who has been perhaps a three year span since last. He has graced the Internet airwaves. The Guy who was widely. Credited with being the Barbecue TV master. Exposing millions upon millions, perhaps a generation of folks sparking their interest in barbecue grilling. Competition Barbecue and all things in between an emmy. Award winning TV producer after the list goes on and on and friend of this show. Jon Marcus reappearing in the second. Hour Toledo. Very much looking forward to catching up with John. On this show, and then thirty five past the hour, or as we call the bullpen segment, longtime sponsor of the show host of the butcher barbecue podcast creator of the butcher, barbecue products line, and the wild seasonings product line. Dave will be joining me because guess what folks. Case you missed it. They boss coming out with a brand new product that will be talking about. We'll also chat up a little bit on how the first thirty one episodes of the podcast have been going. and Dave promises the sound, absolutely magnificent tonight, because as a host of podcast, there's really no excuse for having bad audio when you come on the show. If you have your now, certainly, there's perhaps more than a few exceptions to the rule that. If I had a a podcast host on that, their audio would be substantially lacking, but I know Dave's audio is great on his show. That will translate here onto the show. I think the last time he was on. He had the equipment on, and he sounded great so. At very least. Barring content fidelity will be top shelf. And sometimes that's all you can ask for, but Dave always brings the content strong, so I'm absolutely thrilled to have him back on to talk about a new product launch always loved to get the inner workings ideas of why this particular product. Designed to see the light of day versus keeping it to himself. But as we long no Davis. Ben Introducing products for the market right along ones that he is tried on the competition circuit. Folks have asked about the he is constantly refining in creating, and we got one ready to talk about this evening, so they're show, meet headfirst. Our Jon Marcus and Dave Bosca in the second hour. Tell all your friends and neighbors. The show was on. Do it socially and tell them the follow me while you're at it at bbq central show on Instagram, twitter and snapchat and tick tock slash bbq central share on facebook where you're getting the video feed as well. Once again as I reference the video feed for quite a substantial amount of time, we were simulcasting to both the facebook video platform and the Youtube Platform if you missed last week, this is the only time I'm going to repeated especially if you're only alive listener and you missed it. You're not on Youtube I know. We're not going to youtube anymore. The Roi is not there for the band with that I'm using to get there, so we are recording at the same time as we're going live to facebook, so I will get that video and it will be up on Youtube tomorrow. I did a well researched test. This past week garnered the same amount of us after the fact that. That, I did live had solid connections all the way through the show last week. That's all I care about the solid connections. And how good are we sounding? and Are we having dropouts? Because the more people were adding in the more band with reusing and as we've learned here in Wickliffe? It's as fast as I'm going to get, and there are zero plans for adding. Quicker. Internet speeds here for whatever. We are not here to be progressive. We're here to stay put in Wickliffe and all forms and fashions, especially the internet speeds. I'm as high as it's going to get right now so I have to conserve where I need to. Also I do WANNA mention this. As an early birthday present longest running embedded correspondent from Texas Doug Shoddy sends me this. And whatever seen this? This is called grill loss so as you can see right here. There's a little a half circle right here. That's GONNA fit over the grill. Great individual bars, and you're GONNA be able to scrape off and you can obviously work all the way around. And really get a good cleaning. It did come so you can see right here. There's a screw this is ends up being a commercial grill flaws, but they're not affiliated with the show. I'm just giving my thanks and praise to Doug Shining this little. What what is? Phillips. comes. It will remove this particular one, and there's a whole different size, and by the way there's a an additional size the hidden in the sleeve or it's talked in. So there's up to four different size bars that can accommodate and. Barbecue briskly journalists Derek. Richard would highly approve of this because there are no bristles. Pardon the Pun to snap off on this so while there might be a little bit more time investment here to go through each bar. We can guarantee our safety and our guest safety and our family safety, because there are no items that will break an this thing breaks off and lands on the grill I'm going to see that. If it's laying in my steak. I will see it. So. This is also one of the items that could be used to replace as you can see just. Glide right over the bars, taking away all your grease and grime and nastiness. A Doug is assured me that they will absolutely clean pristine. Your grill rates so especially. If you're GonNa, do, pictures. Through some of the social media that you people like to do, it's great now. Let me ask you this before we get to the first break. After the day interview last week, did anyone get down for the nine dollars and ninety nine cent pay per view that kicked off at six PM eastern tonight. I watched the free round table last night. Some minor tech issues, but pretty good all the way around. My overriding interests, though is who is spending the money to watch barbecue. I'll be asking Jon Marcus this next hour as well. Is it a good idea? and. Are People paying to watch it? I can tell you one centralized is. Who happens to be the Colorado abetted correspondent Dennis Bosso is giving me a full right up as we speak. I can tell you this. If there's anything I brought to market anything, pay per view, barbecue, central show or bad rubs, or you name it. To people I can guarantee would by no matter what Dennis Bus, Oh and John Solberg, not necessarily of that, or they are champions of live fire all regard. Be had coming up out of the break. Let me talk to you quickly about big POPPA. Smokers the one stop online shop all things barbecue. Thirteen perfectly balanced flavors of rubs and seasonings. Sweet money cattle prod cash cow, while proven winners on the competition circuit backyard like mine. 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That's Eight, seven, seven, eight, two, eight, zero, seven two seven shop their website. At big POPPA smokers. Dot Com, Again spelled B. I G. P., O.. P.. P. A. Smokers. Dot Com. A widely respected online retail. What do we say about the Internet be wear? But I can tell you. With one hundred percent Sherrad. They get no more ethical, no more trustworthy. And fewer places I would rather do business with on the Internet regardless of industry. THAN BIG PAPA SMOKERS DOT com, so check them out. Bi GPO PPA SMOKERS DOT COM and meet head leads out of the break. Stick ground. Broadcasting live from the barbecues, central shows studios in Cleveland, Ohio. You're listening to the barbecues central show once again. Here's your host. Greg Ramp. Hey welcome back as portion Xiao being brought to you by butcher barbecue makers of award-winning injections, Marinades, and rubs and seasonings and barbecue sauces, and grilling oils and tonight then the second hour we will be unveiling a new product, believe it or not. All of which of Barbecue Products Testimony Competition Circuit as well as in backyards worldwide. Be The pit master of your neighborhood and visit butcher bbq dot. com stock up right now. All right second Tuesday of the bond. Brings a visit from the creator of the most heavily traffic barbecue and grilling websites on the face of the earth. It is of course. Meet had from amazing ribs dot. Com Hey Mita. Hold on meet had Oh, wait, wait, hold on. I'm sorry. I got lost in my technology Let me let me reintroduce you. I'm sorry joining me now. The creator of the most heavily traffic barbecue and grilling website and less trafficked hairline meathead from amazing ribs dot com. Why we would look you have going on, meet it, you know it was time for a haircut and I just got out the beard trimmer and went crazy. You did that yourself I did it myself. Oh look at you. What does your wife think I mean? That's the most important in cut. Yeah, she seems to like it. You know she seems to like. What does that mean? Oh, she says she likes it. knows. Or what do you think you like it? I like not having to fuss with hair young. it's a little weird. I feel breezes behind my ears, but. Don't look like What everybody thinks that look like anymore well. Here's the good news and somebody who for many years had toyed with the idea of doing exactly what you did. Alternately I've done it any number of times, but there were at least three years where I was like I'm going to do. I'm going to do, and then I was like. What if I do it and I have craters and valleys and Mike you've seen some dudes have great hair, and then they shave it off and Oh. My God, it's a train wreck underneath and nothing you can do about it. I mean it is what it is, but. It is a a little bit of testicular fortitude to actually get the blades on the hair, and then take it down to see what's there now. Luckily, my head was very round, and there were no Mars landing strips, or anything like that, and as I quickly review. You have quite a nice round on not unattractive head so very good. It's very nice I like Greg. I don't know how to take a comment about the shape of my head from a fellow male. We'll take it. Take it as a strong Vero man. Meeting this. We're talking like men here for trying out, but. I I. I had a flat top all through high school I was on the swim team and played football. So this was the jock look, so I'm back to my Jack. Walker well need heads going to be trying out for the Chicago bears this season as well. He's got his hair right after locker. That's right that's. Locker look ask there. You go so We got a bunch of different stuff here to talk about this evening. MEATHEAD and Not The least of which is a great revelation much, perhaps he or Chagrin, but last or two weeks ago I guess it was Emily Park was back on my show as we were unveiling exclusively, the twenty twenty Barbecue Hall of fame and it ends up being a cosy corners disarray, Robinson earn Franklin from Franklin, Barbecue and Joe John Davidson or Oklahoma Joe or Jo Davidson, or however you know him, and look at as we looked through the listen i. I think we had had off air discussions because the last time you're on, I think the next day we were GONNA be unveiling the list of semifinalists, so we didn't get a chance to chat about a bone. You look up and down that list of semi-finalists. That is a very strong list of names. If I could argue one and I probably wouldn't even bother making that argument, but at least eight out of the nine were very very strong. Yeah I felt the same way as I studied the list and I think i. told you this. I told others. I thought I was number four on that list and they since they only induct three that left me out, and that's what happened. I don't know whether I was number four or number five but You know the three who were selected. Clearly very strong. And there were others who didn't get selected light Jon Marcus, whom you've got coming up in the second hour, Darren War who is absolutely the Best Competition Cook I've ever tasted announced. That was also on that list. Rodney. Scott a man renowned for a whole hog doing an old school also very deserving. Power Strong Lisk next year, if those same names come back, and a lot of people came in this year had been nominated last year like desharnais and Aaron. They had both been nominated last year. WAS I. If those names come back this year. Maybe I'll have a better chance. You know I would be honored. It would I won't be. I won't be falsely modest in say I really would love to be inducted, but. It'll as they say how he would. It's an honor to be nominated right two years in a row. You jokingly called me. The Susan Lucci of Barbecue for those who don't know. Susan Lucci, the a daytime TV star who got nominated for? Eleven Times right or twelve title before she finally got through. You know you could be a good running joke if I get nominated. Don't make it again next year. It's an honor to be nominated. I know who I am Our readers know who I am and I. Don't need outside verification that what we do is good for the. Good for barbecue and good for our readers. I wonder though meet had if I might have caused you. Any undue store flood heard any. Extra hope in the fact that I had taken a very unscientific poll with my embedded correspondents the night before where we really dug through the Benicia of who we thought was going to get in now, of course as we review the tape, we were one third correct and two thirds incorrect edge, man's more dumb and smart, but we figured that with the amount of people that you have touched and the amount of people that come out of the woodwork or when I meet people on the street. They know amazed if they don't know you specifically. They know amazing ribs dot com. They have seen the returns on Google. They have been on the website. Maybe they're members of that pit Master Club it is a it is a landscape that has touched literally millions upon millions over the years that you have done it so I thought I was very. I thought my bets were pretty good. Playing with House. Money that meet had that it could have been a year where the second year nominees who were repeat all got in you and Erin and Desharnais but Unfortunately, it was two thirds of that. Because what the hell you know, I'm not much, but we knew that for a long time. Let's be. You even I. Think suggested that I get a watch. Show together and I declined. I had a feeling. I was not gonNA. Make it this year. I like my odds for next year but I. You know I I'm just GonNa keep doing what I do. When I got really good grades in high school and College I thought I was going to go out. I was going to change the world I was going to be You know. Maybe it'd be president or something wrong. But you know when I got out of. High, school and I got into college. I found I was just an average Joe and I was not going to change the world, and when I got the workforce and I started working and I did a bunch of things. I realized that I was just going to be another guy I and then. Back around the year two, thousand, three, four or five. I forget what it was. I started this barbecue website and it took off and. Something has happened. I have discovered that really are changing world your people writing every day and say. I got laid last night because if you. I? Get emails saying. Come home from work. The kids say mom can dad cooked tonight? We have helped so many people learn to cook I was just exchanging e mail art comments with a few of the people watching. Somebody said that they were going to do the pastrami recipe. Somebody else chimed in and said it's great, maybe the best recipe the website. that recipe is just killer They're just good recipes so much good technique so much. We've taught four million people a month. Under that website and they bit, and that number has been fairly steady for two or three years now ups and downs. It's just millions of people millions of people, but when you look at the hall of fame. The current hall of fame as it stands, there's twenty two living members. Most of them are restaurateurs. Competition Cooks, a few who are authors, the only one who is primarily an author, which is what really I am a writer photographer recipe developed, or is Steven Reich land. So it is not something that leans in my direction, and that's okay. I know what I do is good and I'm happy to continue doing it. MEATHEAD FROM AMAZING RIBS DOT COM joining us here on the show, as were doing a little bit of recap on the Barbecue Hall of fame, so we'll see what happens next year was fun for my side getting to unveil semi-finalist this year which we didn't get to do past year, so we added. That was very ero-. You get the honor of announcing the nominees and then the honor of announcing. The winners. I mean all right. Let's talk about next year's hall of fame. Who should be the nominees well? Let's start with the ones this year. Who didn't make it and then let's extend to Greg. Rodney Scott who didn't make Jon Marcus who didn't make it. How about Daniel von, who's on the selection committee, but Daniel on certainly should be considered the only fulltime a barbecue. In the world for a major magazine or newspaper Texas monthly has books. Phenomenal knowledge and expertise influenced so many people absolutely should be there. What about Amy Mills? Her Dad? Mike is There for his restaurant, but amiens running a barbecue school now teaching restaurateurs Sterling Ball one of your ads sponsors. You know from big POPPA. The Big Papa. Smokers. By the way you were plugging his Maqutu Star I've got a Mac to star and I love it. and I bought it from Sterling. So I mean you know there's all kinds really talented people out there that should be in and I. You know I would include you among them. Let me ask you something though. We get to a point now so. The inherent problem with the Barbecue Hall and I want to get into the weeds here because we got other things to talk about, but the inherent problems doesn't really interest anybody out there, but you and me right, we're. We're satisfying ourselves here. So. Let's just keep keep doing that just for a minute. Keep doing that just for about you know the problem is that. There wasn't in the beginning a huge induction of folks from the past that deserve to be in so you create a big initial base of entrance. So, they're trying to piece it forward air by. Adding categories now we're going to eight categories out now. We're going to add this now. We're GONNA. We're GONNA put this many people in. It always feels like. Yeah, but it always feels like there's always going to be a tremendous amount of ketchup to do before you really get into like a nfl hall of fame or a Major League Baseball Hall of fame until that gap is somehow corrected, and I don't know if it were ever be I think there will always be some kind of a vacillating situation or consternation about the Barbecue Hall of fame until that really. Yeah I. Think they're doing it right I think I'm not saying they're not doing it right I'm just saying that the way that it is existing. There is a gap of however many Hundred Years of folks that are deserving to go in. The Hall of famous people who've really been important. There's probably no more than other Tanner fifteen people out there. The. Orbit Rbq me. You gotTA. Be Kidding me. You know I mean all right. We just lost. Heke here in Chicago. been around for what thirty forty years up in Evanston one of the oldest barbecue joints in Illinois beloved. had a tremendous impact influence charity pillar of the community. But he had one restaurant. And, the barbecue was okay wasn't great. Does he make hall of fame? they have this new one of the things they did this year. That I think was significantly important and improvement was they added the legacy carry category right, so the inducted three living members and two deceased the and so they they inducted. A couple of important people who are gone. I don't know I don't know how I mean. I suppose we could sit down to make a list, but it's not gonna go on forever. I don't know that it is I think I would to see them in duck more than three because I think, there are a lot of deserving people out there, but. I think they're on a good flight tests. Beat had joining us here on the show, so we have father's day coming up and certainly there's nobody better to talk to about cool gadgets in fact. while. It's not a night. It wasn't gone right against your. This is my. Grill flaw, so you can see it right there and they. got a competitor for it I. Have One of those two by the way. I have I haven't growth loss and I like it a lot. It's very easy to reach the the key. Here is if you're cleaning your grill. And your grades, You WanNa clean both the top and bottom. Obviously the top which is in contact with the food. You don't want a lot of Greece there and you don't want a lot of carbon there because the carbon will make the food stick, but Greece gets on the underside and a lot of people. They fire up their grill whether it's gas grill or a smoker, and there's big cloud of smoke and a lot of it is really just the grease burning us smoke is not as good tasting as woods well believe me I'm you don't want that Greece underneath? And so the growth loss and the charge on this is a competitor for the growth loss I like the charge on a little better I have both I use them both. But basically you can see, it's got this little C. Shape, and that allows it discreet both top and bottom. The downside of it is is it's one wire right? Who are? So. You're standing air, scraping and scrape know the wire bristle brush still is so convenient and easy, and I get where people are going when they say. Banned the bristle brush because it's a potential hazard. If you watch what you're doing if you can't if you buy a good one, and if you what you do it in your careful, it's not such a hazard, but that means an awful lot of people who don't watch what they're doing. Don't know what they're doing. Don't know about the hazard can get sick. Do you think that there is a time when that particular accessory will be banned? Banned or enough people and or manufacturers or big companies would say you know what you people should stop making that and we're going to poop on you until that happens, or do you think that most people think it's a good idea? But in the end they'll go by four dollars grill brush and take the risk because it's cheap, and we're lays Nellie banned the day after they ban cigarettes. Great, so they're never going to get banned. Cigarettes are delicious I mean doesn't. Everybody loves cigarettes. There's there's an awful lot of. Consumer, products out there. That are dangerous and risky, and the because your product Safety Commission and the Federal Trade Commission all these guys. On the lookout for. I don't maybe they will ban them. I'm not a lot of people are. Hurt by them, probably a lot more people were hurt by under-cooked chicken. I don't foresee chicken being banned. I know maybe just one of those things we're going to have to educate, but I do I, do like these products and I think that we should do our best to promote them and tell people about the I think there's an education job to be done. We have to warn people about bristle brushes, and and and especially the cheap ones and there, but there are other ones that like the single wire that's spun spun spun, and that's not going to break, maybe doesn't last as long, but it an easy way to make sure that you don't end up with one in your tongue or one in your small intestine or sticking out of your colon or over the altered my. Bent got one of the. All send him to me. I've got beat and frankly the the ones I like the best or the good old fashioned bristle brushes But. They're really well built. There were angered the ones that are into molded plastic. Scraper on top and you know I can just go. And the top of my grades are all cleaned, flip over the undersides, all clean and I'm up and running. The other thing I do and this is. This is a good move. A lot of people don't is I have a roll of paper towels nearby and I'll take a roll of paper towels, folding up and lamb on top of the girl great and put that brush on top and push paper towels across, because no matter much, you scraped with that bristle brush. They're still Greece left behind. Greece doesn't taste good. Get rid of it US I always. Run a paper towel across the surface. What other cool gifts you have for father's Day coming up that you wanNA, tell. You you don't you said to me? You want to talk about gifts for Father's Day and you immediately cut me off at the knees. You said no thermometers well, but we know about that. That's Christmas. We talk about thermometers and Labor Day we. I have to raise it again because there's just a lot of macho guys out there is a need no stinking thermometers, and or they like to slice open their steaks and look at the color which you can't tell from. You just need. And well I mean we're talking about gifts, so give it to your uncle or your buddy. Who doesn't know about the Monitor's because no single thing will make you a better cook faster than a good thermometer, and that would be a meat, thermometer or an oven, thermometer or one. That does both and. That would always be my first choice. There's a lot of other fun things like I have those really heavy duty. Wilders gloves will other Shan. Yes. And just tonight I had to use them I. I was doing some. Cornish Game Hen Haves and they. They were the skin was. Beautiful and golden and the Interior temp was still fifteen twenty degrees low, and I just wasn't going to bring him in because under-cooked chicken, his hazardous, but I didn't want them down near the fire where they scan in the underside would continue to blackened, so I pulled them up and put them on the overhead rack. But, dammit the overhead rack was really up high, and it was hitting the Rotisserie Bird, so I got those, and it was hot in that grow I got those leather welder shammy gloves and reached in there and grabbed, and this was a thick, heavy daddy, stainless steel great, and picked it up and dropped it into a lower position, never felt the heat at all man. Those things you can pick up briquettes, you can pick up logs. They are just fantastic I have to pair one of which is. Filthy and I use it for filthy things in the other would other pair of which are fairly clean, and you know every now, and then when they get really disgusting I, just walk inside, go to the kitchen, sink pumps, and the dishwasher liquid on it. Our dish liquid on and just wash them like I would wash my hands. Those things are fantastic and They're not terribly expensive in there. They make great gifts. They sure do We're talking with meathead from amazing. 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No special other codes or anything? Just bq central for ten percent off. Beat had from amazing RIBS DOT com continues. Stick around. We'll be right back. Howard stirred Jim. Rome Tan Patrick and ran. The Mountain Rushmore of talk show entertainment. Let's get back to the barbecues central. All right cooking pallets is bringing you the segment, so if you're looking for great quality wood pallets for all your fellow driven cookers go over to could pellets dot com and purchase their great flavors. And the straight information on wood pellets ever have any questions. Just e mail Chris Becker. Answer everything for you honestly and truthfully. Amazon.com sells them as well. Thanks for hanging with me through the break. Did. You have something to say, I look like you I can throw out there if you WANNA play the. Day Gift Guide right, let's go. All right here. This is a fun one. There's there's a pair of tongs out there that I stumbled into on Amazon. They're. The handles maybe twelve inches long. But the end of them. Are How to describe. It looked like a platypus spill. They have a flipper. That basically they're big enough to completely engulf a hamburger or a filet of fish. And Fish in particularly in how that falls apart. And most bachelors so basically. Tongues with two spatulas on either side that you can clamp down on a fish or a burger flipped their stainless steel. I don't remember the manufacturer. Just go to amazing RIBS DOT COM and look up Burger Flippers. They're very inexpensive and they're really work great for Burgers and and fish. I'm really fond of those guys. Something else I think is pretty cool. Idea is there is. Outfit I think they're out of Florida. That makes a hinge kit for Weber Kettles and Weber Smoky. Mountains unknown barbecue is the name of the company that makes Sagan Unknown Barbecue. Barbecue Yep. Well they're not unknown. They're they're make these. Are Really well designed and well built. and. You know you've got to put a couple of holes in the LYOD and the unit, but you won't regret it because it just paying with both devices that you can't hinge the lids. And the cool thing is avacado pin so you can pull the pin and you can remove the hood if you want to. And they're they're not. They're not cheap. They're like seventy bucks or something, but they're really built to last, and they're really makes both the Weber Kettle and the Weber smokey mountain a lot. The problem is. Is the. Cover from my spoke man. I can't fit it over there anymore. because they hinge sticks out so far and buy new cover. They also make us. Oh, for the folks that have pit barrel cookers. They make one that would fit barrel cook anything that pretty much has a lid anymore. They I make him for Weber Kettles and the Smoky Mountains and the pit barrel cookers. And Look I'm I'm unhandy as it comes I think it's been well proven during the life of this show i. put the holes in my pit barrel cooker. I followed the directions that were very easy, and that thing made all the difference I mean. Certainly it's not necessarily that big of a pain to take the top of the pit burial and hang on the horseshoe handle. That's on the pit barrel, but just to lift up boom in locks in place. You don't have to worry about it and lift lifted backup. Put it right in place. It is a it's a great seventy bucks, and again for a gift and pretty cheap and the efficiency and effectiveness that it delivers second. Here's another one long. We're talking about Weber Kettle. It's not unknown Major. I would wager most. Your audience has heard of the slow in here, but it's a insert for the. WHEREVER CATTLE And what it does is Corrales all your charcoal into a small area, and then a water dam between your charcoal and the rest of the. the cooker space, and it really helps you set up. A two-zone now you can do this with a couple of bricks, but it's not as good and that water dam is one of the secrets. Water of course is really good way to buffer heat, but moisture in the atmosphere. condenses on cold me. And! And, even if you're meat is warming, it's not as hot as the air inside your cooking up to twenty five and up. Your meat is not to twenty-five I guarantee. So, the water will condense on the meat that cools. The meat slows the cooking. ADDS a little bit of moisture, but just as important. Is that smoke particles stick to wet surfaces? So you've got a device that pushes all the charcoal off to one side makes your. Weber kettle into a really good two-zone smoker, and it also raises the charcoal up. So if you want, see or something, you can lay the charcoal right over that I mean lay the meat right over that charcoal, which is just below the meat, and get an unbelievable Sierra on a steak or a burger or chop, so that's why they call it slow and here and they make a bunch of other accessories. They make a rack that sits on top of the great. That's a nice thing. They, make any drip pan. The slow in people have got going. All right anything else for father's Day or is that a good enough list to get people go one more item. I'll throw out there at the high end. If if you WANNA spend three hundred three hundred fifty bucks. Something that's really hot right now in. The big box hardware stores and then Walmart is flattop grills. flattop grills are flying out the door. I've heard some confidential numbers from blackstone. Who is the leader in the game and they're busy. Millions of them flying out the door at hundred bucks. These, things work they. They let you cook like you would see a short order. Cook in Jos. Jos Grill. You can do your scrambled eggs your. pancakes year French. Fries, your caramelized onions. Home fries. Shrimp. A scallops Whatever you WANNA see her steak and they get dern hot, and you have the better ones have. Pretty good propane control, and it's just a flat. Metal surface it's. Not Cast Iron. but It really works, and it's a lot of fun. There, there are some smaller ones are great for camping, but if you are into the outdoor cooking and you've got a gas grill, you gotTa Charcoal Grill. You gotta smoker now you need. Grill, All right, so that's in the three hundred fifty dollar range, you said. I! It's three twenty nine. Around there all right so check that out as well sure, most of the stuff is listed over meet heads website. As well meet had is at amazing ribs, DOT com. That's the website, but yet go ahead. Let me just point out you say listed over RS website I just want to point out anybody who's listening is not from there. We test. We Review we rate. We linked to wear to buy it, but we don't sell anything right. You're not a retail. Now we don't sell anything except membership on our pitmasters club otherwise I don't even sell my own book. You gotTA. Go to Amazon get there, you go. Which? I see it right over your right shoulder. That's the best our from what I understand. One of the best ever written top ten books ever written right Burr. Thank you the other thing I wanted to ask you about this evening. I'm going to be having Jon. Marcus on here in just a few short minutes I think we both widely agree that he is somebody that has exposed many millions of people into or at least inspiring them into getting into some form or fashion of live fire, grilling industry and tonight. I don't know if you're aware, but there was a first attempt at a pay per view barbecue contests. Did you know anything about this? And well I just found out about it and flipping through twitter today I saw Ray lampy site and I saw on twitter feed coupla others talking about this fight club, and then when I log in. Your listeners were talking about it, and the comments and I'm still not clear as to what it's all about I'm interested in hearing more sounds like it's a competition pay per view very interesting concept. I don't know how many people are willing to pay to watch competition barbecue, but if they show was a little more than what your typical TV show is showing us, it might be worthwhile and hey, listen. You mentioned John, I'm a huge fan of John Marcus I met him when the first pitmasters. Came on TV I was doing a weekly review for the Huffington. Post I reviewed every week. They were great fun. And John is one of the most remarkable people in the barbecue community. He is truly a man for all seasons erudite. Well read. Did you know he's a playwright? Did I, of course I know. He wrote a fabulous tones for crying out loud. Yet I actually purchased a script to the liposomes which you can read and forty five minutes It's a fun fun play. he's written a couple of other places. You know of people who know of in know that he was. He won an emmy for his job as a writer on the bill cosby show. And Just you know. Coal creators. He was co-creator of a different world. You remember that that was a spin off of the cosby show. That was wildly successful. The Lisa Bonet a I think Marisa Tomei. A younger Theresa Marisa Tomei was in that as well. I mean that's a big deal. Just those things are. Huge he's. He's very very knowledgeable, very experienced. and. His expertise goes way beyond barbecue into all matters food literature. Truly. Unlike anybody else I. Know the Barbecue World. So to get back to the fight club, so it was a nine dollars. Ninety nine cents get down for this evening now yesterday to entice you at six PM. Eastern. They had a let's call round table outside and some secret undisclosed location I know exactly where it is by the way but. They had they had the guy from smoking hogs, Massachusetts Bill Gillespie the pitmasters from nine one three Barbecue Darren war is competing. Of course, Tim. Sheer is over there. Luke Darnell from old Virginia Smoke Kelly words from four legs of Barbecue I believe that was rounding out the competition, so they had these six folks going up against each other and what I'm trying to ascertain is. How much was show I? Mean Look I'm no idiot here. I know how a barbecue competition runs, and if you're starting out from the beginning, which I doubt they were. I mean what are we looking at at a minimum time commitment of five hours or six hours, so there's no way they showed a barbecue competition starting at six o'clock tonight, and it's already over so that there had to have been some or a bunch of prerecorded offer. Maybe they were cooking during the day today, and they were making packages, and then filtering in some live stuff at six. o'clock I'm not sure exactly how it work. Work, because I can't as much as I like because your guy. Day Neil over there in Chicago was one of the big operating partners in this I think he put the deal together with fight. TV in order to get this off the ground. He's in the motor sports to, and that's part of the show that he has over there on wgn and when he was on last week talking about it, I thought I dug the concept. But what I keep going back to back me up on this. Muda Barbecue people are inherently cheap fast, and for them to squeeze ten dollars out for something that they don't perceive what would be two hundred dollars worth of valid I mean that's a hard sell. And then it's competition barbecue on top of it five years ago six years ago, I could see it being a little bit more general, Public Fascinating, but at twenty twenty. And I get that still a lot of people are trapped then there's yearnings for every kind of entertainment to keep us Keep the idle hands going, but I don't know if I saw you know more than a few people paying some money I. Mean I want to know what the business of being here. Well let me let me. Reflect upon what little I know, yes. There is a there's probably five thousand people in this country who are really into barbecue competition yeah. So. My instincts are as that would be their corner their core market because. Now, I don't compete, and I don't judge anymore because I just don't like sitting in a tent for the whole day. But I go to competition every now and then when I do I, know some of the cooks and I like to visit with them, and they trust me. They know I'm not going to share all their secrets and blow their cover and I get to taste of the food now. You mentioned Darren War Than I. He was nominated this year for the hall. Darren is the single best competition cook. I've encountered. I've tasted all of his meets for KCBS. Competition more than one year and they're just unbelievable. There's nothing there that comes anywhere cloth. Nothing I cook comes anywhere close to what he could. Now if I knew I could watch this show. And get his secrets I'd pay ninety five. But I don't know if he'd be willing to do that because as much as he and I, we get along. He and I his wife, Sherry. I I'm bringing them. Wine I brought her flowers last time I saw are. We sit around. We shared drinks and there are some things that he just hasn't shown me yet. And I haven't asked to be allowed to see them. You Know I. Don't know if that's GONNA. Be It now if I knew that the deep dark secrets are going to be revealed in for nine ninety five. Whether they're doing that or not I don't know I'll say this. It's interesting. I didn't hear about it at all. Until yesterday. I Know Day Neil I've been a guest on his show here in Chicago wd end. I know most of the folks you've mentioned. If. I'm trying to promote a pay per view show for ten bucks yeah. The first thing I would do would ask me head to promote it. For Christ's sake, we just the barbecues stars series, which sold for two hundred ninety seven dollars. We promoted it and soul, six or eight hundred tickets at three hundred bucks, so if they had come to me and said, would you? You know here's? What's all involved I? Don't have to be invited I. Don't have to Cook. I don't have to observe that at least. Say something about it on your site in social media. I probably could have sold a bunch of tickets for him. Yeah, well, I'll be interested to see also what the was on the actual technical side of things, and maybe people are a lot more forgiving, but it. Is Internet based I. Know where they were and I'm not necessarily thinking that there's a tremendous amount of infrastructure out there, but maybe I'm wrong and you know audio video. And how did it work to and? To enhance or detract from a ten dollar buying experience. I guess I'll be revealed. GotTa have. You know I mean you have taken this show and fine tune. The production value talked earlier about the quality of Audio I. Mean you've got production values down? Pat With the exception of your blue fringed air. Hard on that. I know and you're going to have to start dying it But The production various crucial. Do a lot of video at amazing ribs. Dot Com because I just won't do crap. Ola Hand held. Camera Video. If that's what this show is, and it certainly not gonna fly. They have got to do what I mean. If they didn't get Jon Marcus, involved in in in doing it, they missed an opportunity because he knows production values, so I don't know who's directing and producing and what's going on. Be Interesting to find out. I now that I know a little more about it I might go out and spend ten bucks and try to watch all right, so we'll see how it goes. In the meantime you could find meet head on the second Tuesday of the month right here in the first hour, and every other minute after that at amazing ribs dot com meet had always appreciate the time, and we will look for you again in July. and. And centralized and we'll see you in a month. 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Pitts & Spitts and Gettin Basted!

"And. You're watching the barbecue. Joke. We'll do it live. Doing live I can all right, and we'll do it live, so get that perfect barbecue use. Taste whatever we put the letter on, strike your match and. Should we call the Fire Department? That might be a good idea. took. Donald. Good evening and welcome to the really big barbecue and central show. This is a shell that talks about all things import of the world of Barbecue and grilling. Originating from the rock and Roll Hall of Fame City of Cleveland Ohio. The barbecue capital of the North Coast. Happy to have you. Here. On this very show. Can't. Fit Jumping in the evening through phone calls or emails here how you do that, you can get in touch with the show by calling two one, six, two, zero, zero nine six email, Greg. The BB shoes central show dot com, twitter instagram, said bbq, central show everything else you want to find out about the show can found at the main website, the BBQ, central show dot com, and here's what's happening coming up in Abou- oh. Wait a second. Automatically Update Oh, we don't want that, so it's giving away part of the whole thing. They're already. Oh Jeez, anyway. Coming up. On the show this evening. In about twelve minutes from now. A new sponsor of the show here over the last couple of weeks, and hopefully for the foreseeable future building, some of the most pristine and succulent offset and pellet cookers on the market today Ryan's Abril from pits and spits will be joining me. First Time to the show we had coy on. Probably well over a year ago, so we now have the other half of the pits and spits teams I don't know if he's pits or Spitz, but we will call him Ryan and we'll be joining him in about eleven minutes from now. then. At, thirty five past the hour we'll get into a little competition barbecue stuff. Remember all the way back in the day. The show was pigeonholed as a competition only shell so to show respect for the roots. Back and do a little competition talk. However, there is a little bit different, spin and or agenda on this one. I'll be talking with now. Two time grand champion in a row this past weekend the weekend before that the pit master of getting based at Brad, Iger joins me. So we'll talk about the last couple of wins that he's had, but more importantly, since he is a very well known name here within the industry very formidable competition, Cook, finishing very high and team of the year categories for many years, always a threat to win no matter what competition he goes to. I want to get his take on how the competition scene is feeling! As, over the past couple of weeks as thing started to reopen, what is the competition feel like right now. What are the other teams talking about? What is he talking about? What are they doing? If these events, who's in charge of what what safety measures are or not being put in place, we'll also talk about the restaurant. He's got a very successful restaurant. That's happening as well so plenty to talk to brad about, so he's thirty five past will move to the second hour and joining me will be I believe third time guests to the show, but her husband will be first time guest, the show Susie, and Todd Bulla. Grill Hey. For the second hour if you watch television, especially, the food network like a lot of us do. Susie had a television show debut Saturday ten thirty eastern following. The pioneer lady so great spot will talk to her about that as well. So we'll see how it all came together. And how much creative control behavioral hateem had versus the Food Network, and if it's a one off show, or if this is a pilot of a series that will be saying we'll talk about fourth of July. We'll talk about their unique relationship and being married, but also being business partners, and how that whole thing of all so planning to talk about in the second hour. It's going to be a great second now, so make sure you tune in. If you miss it, make sure you get it on podcast. So that's what's happening tonight. Ryan's Abril. Brad Line Iger and Susie and todd bullock in the second hour. To one six to two, zero, zero, nine six six. Greg at the bbq central show dot com. I believe if I'm not mistaken. I have found a APP in my streaming service. I'm just finding out about it now. That does allow me to see the facebook chat for instance. I see Dennis Bosso just said something. So I can I can show that. I believe caere Dennis saying hey. All in here's John Solberg saying something to Sylvie Curry. Showing there, it is right there and we have David Wright and ball. Hello from Pittsburgh this is fun stuff that we're finding out about. I'm going to. Am I allowed to change. The time it takes. A wait wait, don't WanNA. Close all right. So. I'll be able to mind I. Don't know how much I'M GONNA mix. I mean that seems like an awful lot of work just to get there, but. We'll see how things are going, and if I can mix in A. A Question but it appears I'm seeing some kind of A. Of A facebook chat within this APP so. We're almost there for as much as I hated you well. I didn't like Youtube for stealing my bandwidth, but I did like the chat, so here is a facebook opportunity for me Oh monitor. We'll see how it goes. I can't promise. You're going to get up on the Freemen who even cares? I got an email question. And it reads this way geographic question. With Smithfield, being owned by China, in the swine flu issued on the news. Should we think twice about purchasing their products. Thank you. Theresa Theresa. The answer simply is now. Should not be thinking twice about purchasing. If you're gonNA, think twice about purchasing pork because of the swine flu that also encompass every other pork manufacturer out there not simply become Smithfield and I am absolutely tired of hearing the whole. Smithfield is owned by show me something that isn't owned by China. We all want to buy American I. Get it. We feel good. We're Americans. Buy American. But. Let's look at it realistically here. Smithfield owned by China shirt. But how many American pig farmers are they? A lot so. There are a lot of jobs that count on smithfield operating regardless of ownership. and. Yes, they are sponsor of the show, but I'm here to tell you that if you decide that, you don't WanNa by Smithfield to stick it to China. There's a lot of American pork farmers that could bear the brunt of that I certainly understand as I said I want to buy. American just like the next guy, but don't be scared of a buying a Smithfield product because of swine flu. That's the first. I'm hearing about it by the way. And secondly, and perhaps more importantly. Don't concern yourself with Smithfield being owned by China that happened in twenty thirteen. It's not something new. The product is still really good. I don't know how widely available it is because of the other virus or flu, or whatever you WANNA, call it. But. They employ a tremendous amount of pork farmers across this great land, so let's not cut off the nose to spite our face, hopefully that answers your question three, so thank you for writing in also last week I had mentioned as I was out to the American royal for a Status Update on that event, especially seeing Memphis in May and the Jack Down in successive weeks, not getting a reply before the show. Last week we were left to speculate during the e segment on if it was gonNA, happen not however tonight. I have something to share. A barbecue central show exclusive news. That's right. Greg Crappy reporting from the breaking news desk here in Cleveland. Ohio with an official statement for the American Royal, and Emily Park and quote as of today. The American royal has no intent to cancel the World Series of Barbecue and twenty twenty. We plan on hosting the competition at the Kansas speedway in September. We are evaluating the special events and contests components that occur throughout the weekend and are planning on revising some programming to ensure safety to our guests. If the barbecue were to be cancelled, it would be based on the. Of covid nineteen and restrictions beyond our control, and we would hope that this would be determined. No later than the end of July were working closely with Wyandotte County. The Kansas speedway and kcbs to. Wait all the areas of the contest and prepare and create updated event plans once again. That is from emily parks. Currently, it's still on. I thought initially last week. It was fifty fifty. that. Release would lend me to believe fifty-fifty might have been the right choice out of the gate, but of course I backed out of it one hundred percent that it would not happen. And the way things are spooling up across the nation as it relates the corona virus. I'm still going to maintain that. I just can't see this thing happened. Unless, they put the event on at M.. K. C. in the field out there. That's the airport. Plenty of space out there, but is emily said they plan on having it the Kansas speedway. And I'm not talking about the team spacing I'm talking more judging. That would appear to be. The bigger issue can separate teams and all that. Anyway. Right now. The American royal is on in September. And if there's going to be a cancellation, they hope to know by the end. Of July. Meanwhile if you need competition in your life. Have, you been honing your home skills cooking during this particular time. Put them to good use in the Walmart. Cooking Challenge. That's right. 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Perhaps you're in the market for a new, an offset or a pellet cooker, perhaps guest makes both in. They're really sexy. One of the newest sponsors of the show let's go ahead and race of the hotline and welcome in First-timer to the show. Ryan's Abril Ryan how are. You I'm absolutely fabulous. Appreciate you making time for the show this evening, and before we get into pits and spits specifically sense This is your first time on the show. We had on the last time a little background about you personally where you grew up things you've been in professionally and ultimately how you get into the building business. I grew up in a small town about an hour. West of Houston called Bell. About three thousand people, you know kind of. Somewhat of a rural agricultural upbringing was an act growing up. You know and to call a welding classes, and that type of stuff. ended up actually graduating from. The University of Texas at Austin. Degree in finance, which is kind of what brought me to Houston back in two thousand ten. K. Voronin finance for a few years and decided that. I kind of wanted to be more the small business side, which is how? Bits and so it was for sale in twenty fourteen and ended up buying it, and that's that's kind of. The rest is you know kind of what you see today. Was it for sale by the original owner or had it changed hands, so it's changed hands several times right five different times, just kind of different iterations of of fits and spits. From the product offering I mean we still get calls all the time from people that have the original smokers from eighty-three, some even kind of earlier than that before it was formerly, pits was kind of. Four kind of formative years. But it's gone through five or six different ownership groups, and then we're kind of pursuing the original. Ask that the original owners had which is more of the. Focus on the backyard. Distributable product as opposed to big crazy, awesome stuff all the time. When it's changed hands that many time and I'm sure you're doing due diligence before you make a purchase like this. Is there any trepidation in your mind that how come there's been so many changes of hands and if I get into? What am I going to bring to the table? That's going to be any different. Yeah, I mean I think in for us. That was part of what made it attractive right? WAS THAT WE? They were really focused. Almost completely on The kind of large custom trailers, which if you're in the Houston area, you know especially the Texas area. That's kind of what we're known for up until really the PELLAGRA came out. And our view is that it's a great Product offering, but. We really wanted something. We could scale more. So Houston is a pit building city, perhaps unlike any other, some of the most legendary pit makers in the country are in Houston close gator pit maker. The list goes on I would ask if the market there is saturated, however you getting into the business and continuing to sell cookers along with all those other companies that are perhaps the better question is. How are you finding the business climate right now? So this time you know this exact moment in time is pretty interesting. You know going into March. We were at HP. We were in New Orleans going to do in our. Car Typical Spring, type stuff seen all the new stuff out there and. The RODEO got cancelled. which is a big event for us, and we were pretty pretty worried. Pretty concerned but. I think what happened was now. Most people have actually been stuck at home and so they're kind of justifying that. Either saying yeah, maybe I can't. You have more of a luxury smoker. Grow for the backyard or just maybe accelerating that purchase that they never got around to doing in the first place. So we'd actually been. Very fortunately very busy. This spring, so we're hoping that that. That's kind of. Keeps pays for us. From a High Level Ryan, what is pits and spits stand for in the market. What are some of the marquee items that stick out to you when you hear that name? Sure, so are kind of the items that were found founded awkward or backyard kind of stick burner, so offset smokers are we have a what we call a Combo smoker, which is the fire boxes actually under needs, and so, what that does gives you a smaller footprint where you can either have a stick burner, but also a charcoal grill same unit. that. That's what for thirty years you know. We made and whatever everyone? New Ford will randomly run into Bender's or new customer near Route Repeat customers or just. People that have had these in their yard for decades. But. Just kind of fundamentally what we really try and focus on. Quality. Craftsmanship and consistency. In we we say, consistency we, we mean kind of on both sides in the shop, and then once data the shop meaning that we're. We're turning out a high quality product. Over and over. A lot of times. That's basically just by doing the simple things right meeting. Instead of focusing on a bunch of automated high tech equipment stamping, and that type of its skies have been working there twenty years and welding, and we're running our accu shears that have been around for A. Thirty years right someone you get parts for them, but luckily back then when he made his subsequent day for Mental, ask you thirty or forty years so. We think that that really comes through our builds, and so if you're out of state, we don't really have the option to similar to you on. What we consider you know kind of our local delivery. We picked we create these things and you get. It comes off of a truck in a big CREIGHTON. It's fully welded. It's like it's it's substantial. We. We know that we have A. we have a real price tag on it, and so he wants you to feel that. As soon as you touch this thing or feel it, and even see it right, you know we we try and take take care to grind down in Polish all of our wells that you'd look at it and you kind of question. Was this thing bent or was this weld? And then you look at the age of the steel. Three sixteenths inch steel. Wasn't probably wasn't bench your stance, you know. No doubt. Ryan's real joining me here. On the show from pits and spits, pits and spits dot, com is the website and socially add pits and spits. All spelled out if you WANNA, check them out from a traditional or offset What are your size? Is that you're offering? And what are the most popular size is right now, so we don't use any. We don't use any pipe or Tanks the way some guys do. So I'm going to speak at edges as opposed to gallons. So! We work with. Our too much popular would be a twenty four inch diameter in either thirty six inch in length your cooking, chamber or forty eight inch cooking chamber. We also have a size smaller that is. Covered oblong eighteen inch diameter, so if it were round, who'd be eighteen inches, but it's actually. Twenty four inches tall. And, then thirty inches long. Now. We do have some larger stuff as well for the competition or catering style event trailers. That's a thirty by sixty or even yo forty by sixty. Ryan. How many of the J. P. Models are you selling your? Really That's not a high volume product for us, but it's a we. It's interesting. We've got a lot of. Questions on those features. Now is kind of what I talked about what she designed. It originally was like Jess. You're going to open up a can of worms. And we're going to get these. We're going to be trying to have people focus on this specific repeatable product and they're going to go. We'll. Can I add show for the storage box or whatever? It's a it's a fun product. That's for sure. How do you work around that? I mean I I can see where so when you talk about these kind of pits, the lure in the attraction whether it's a pits and spits, or any other ones that I had mentioned is there's a framework and a lot of these different websites that you can go to, but ultimately what it draws people in, and as the allure as I had mentioned is the fact that you can make it wildly customizable. It can really become Greg's pit or Ryan's or just as pit. So how do you work around somebody that wants a lot of the jess smoker stuff, but they wanted on. Not The just smokers signature series. So what we try to do is I think if you were to go to our website and try and customize something. You know we don't really have that that. We don't offer kind of the impersonal customization, and so if you're GonNa win, someone has that approach. They say you know I want to a maverick. Twelve fifty pellet girl, but I want this stainless steel side shelves with the teach paper holder. Well, we're we. Invite in our setup in the way that people call in and talk to Coy and talk to me. You know able to if I'm not doing fun back office. Says typically core. They're talking to, but we really trying to guide them to. What they really want as opposed to kind of what they might think, they want, and a lot of times it ends up kind of leading him away from that customization and yeah, at the end of the day. A lot of it comes down to price and risk. Meaning When we freight these things. We're typically eating half of the freight cost, and so if you start to add some of this customization on it throws off some of your density numbers and all of a sudden. Freight doubles and we're just not big enough that we can go. EAT that every time. And so, as we start to kind of pass that along to the customer, kind of kind of start to understand, say okay, look I get it. You know I think the removable side shelf is going to be fine for me or. They kind of understand that. conceptually, it's simple, but when you start to kind of put an action and do it. Kind of costs associated with it People tend to kind of end end up backing. Yeah no doubt about Ryan Burrow. Joining me here on the show all right so palette cooker popularity. I mean you see the market gain steam. You guys actually jump in. When did you decide to offer a pellet product? So. In Twenty fifteen i. believe is when when the idea was conceived. Basically like I mentioned earlier. You know we had this. The majority of our business was A. Highly customizable trailer line right, and so we're. We're selling those here. In Houston to mostly oiling, ask companies so oil goes from, and was that one hundred. That's a fantastic business to be. When it goes to twenty, it's. Your phone doesn't really ring too much so when that happened. This is Kinda. My first frontline experience on the downturn. We. Were trying to figure out pretty quickly what we gotta do to survive and grow and really achieved the kind of. General Business Goals we had for ourselves. And looked around and I'll I'll be honest, was probably like most people in that when I saw pellet smokers or cookers grills, or whatever kind of follows the word pellet. I A Naysayer and I thought you know. This is a fad and this is a kind of. Cheating whatever? But thought about it. A little bit more went adva it just as kind of guest. You know just a one off type trip just to look arouse my first one. And I. Just saw a few more brands. They're the type of you know. Boost they had in the scaling had not thought well. They must be really doing something so I talked to a couple dealers. and. Dad Time! It was not a huge deal in Texas so we just kind of tiptoed into you know bought a hopper off the Internet. Strapped onto one of our. Offset smoker barrels, and just kind of ran with and. We did it with some. kind of hesitancy and some. Some caution for probably the first eighteen months, then in December of two thousand seventeen, when we rolled out our maverick line and Ever since then we went from being. Single digit ten fifteen percent pellet all the sudden it's. Ninety percent of our business really yeah, wow! Completely took off not that it's the same, but from a comparison standpoint during the day I sell peterbilt truck so when I started with his dealership five years ago, I think out of ten trucks one was automated or automatic, and then you fast forward twenty twenty here I don't I don't even know if I'm selling one standard transmission now out of ten trucks of they all might be automated or automatic SOS just the way that the the market flushes and you got to adapt. It's crazy I mean. You know hats off the guys like Traeger who when? They didn't say. Let's just go grow our brand. They said let's go grow the market. And when they did that it, we were kind of. Just positioned well to be the guys in Texas that were geared up for it and rebel. Dealers already and. We're able to have the the maiden Texas Kinda stamp behind us so it just. It just lined up really well for US operationally I'm sure there's many similarities in regards to high level function, but what makes pity and spits pellet cooker. Stand out in your estimation. So the first thing that people are GonNa, notice like I mentioned earlier that construction and so. When we designed this I mean. The metalwork and kind of the general. Framework and structure was done. This was a thirty year old. Proven smoker designed that. We base it off of and so. If! You were to look at our one of our twelve fifty. Mavericks or Pellagra? Compared to a twenty, four thirty, six offset smoker, literally the same body same lid same. Cooking Chamber everything. Heavy gauge fully welded built like a tank type approach. And then on the. Electronic side of it because we stepped into it slowly and didn't just. Jump in and say we definitely figured it out on the fly. That's for sure but. We didn't want to do something to hurt the brand or to kill the brand, so we wanted to do it correctly. So because we took our time and found. A great a great partners in. The. Controller Space Roanoke. Who Lot of people have used a lot of people have grown with? And they were able to tune in to kind of customize controller for our. Specific models, and it's been. It's been great. We're really happy with it. So. We think that we have really. From the controller combined with our heavy gauge. Steel and down to the detector replacement and DRIP hands. We think that we have superior temperature control, just kind of Jenner along jetty, longevity of the smoker and Grill as compared to. You know some of these imported brands and you look at them. Just you're not going to get the same live performance out of it. Ryan how are you fit for models in the PELICANS? Ones to choose from, or is there one size and that's it? So we have. We have three models kind of three base models on call. Each one of which you can add an upright smoke box to. Now kind of those six models. You can get each one of those stainless. So being down here in Houston do a lot of humidity where an hour from the coast. Where we have strong connections to Louisiana Alabama Florida along the Gulf coast and so. We do full stainless signing. We really think that. There Will be the first admit they are pricey. Dare Dan tastic I mean beautiful machines run great. That's probably to the part of the pellet. Line of the most proud of. And then we actually. Released something called. We'll be called the meat locker. This coys idea I will admit that I was. Reluctant because when you start talking about something the size of a refrigerator A. I'm kind of scratching my head. WHO's GONNA put down their backyard right. It's been great I got. We got we connect wirelessly to the guys roanoke and they tune it for us, and it's got it. It is purely a smoker as opposed to a grill and it's kind of giving us. Our first taste or To some more commercial applications. That! That's been a really fun. Interesting part of the line to expand into this year so basically from two thousand seventeen. Now we went from two models to. Kind of did a total skew counted something like. Twelve or fifteen? What kind of? Lead time. Are you looking at right now if you order helicopters? Right now we're getting back down to our four five week lead time. That's where we were when we went into. March but then. Obviously very thankful to have the sport from all of our customers, but things. This kind of grew faster than than we were. Things move faster than we were. Expecting prepared for, and so we stretched if you had to kind of six and seven weeks, so we're. We're working to get that Baghdad with four and five range and. Honestly by this fall, we hope to be at kind of a two weekly, and even having some inventory of our more standard models. Ryan joining here on the show pits and spits dot. com is the website at pits and spits on social media. If you WANNA, see those pits out in the wild. If you're ready to pull the trigger, go ahead and hit him up and get that order in, so you can get started on that lead time. Ryan always appreciate the time and support of the show, and let's do it again to pause day grading. Appreciate it you. There is Ryan from pits and spits right there. Yeah, Baby! Love, it great conversation. They're good insight of course. So if you are in the market for a stainless steel, really nice pit. Pits and spits is going to be the place. You want to check out no doubt about. The other side of this. CRIPES. Here's some air and. Now we have we've come home with pits spits. We had coy on. Twenty seventeen and Now, we got the other side. Ryan. 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He grabbed the DC at the grilling and Chilin event in chillicothe model against thirty three other teams, or to talk about the weekend and competition barbecue in general is the pit master of getting basted competition team? It is Brad linebacker Abraham. Greg. Look. Let's cut right to the chase here. Brad because I. Hear People saying your last name all over God's podcast earth and we are going to set it straight here right now. I believe I am saying at one hundred percent correctly. It's line ago, right? That is one hundred. He's other people schmucks Brad. Let's start naming them by ready. You start. All right, never mind. It. You're the first one to get it right like somebody. Somebody who has a last name that appears to be very easy to enunciate. It's probably for some reason harder than Iger to get right. Everybody wants to add letters to it. It's very annoying so I do take a little bit more precaution with last names and trying to say them right nevertheless I had mentioned the G. This past weekend, but you're actually running two in A. A row streak right now you win the Ozark Barbecue fast in Springfield, Missouri about two weeks ago there twenty six teams, so you appear to remain dialed in when it comes to the competitions, and we can talk about how the events look and feel and a few minutes, but just from a getting out and cooking feel. How Nice it to do what you love doing. It's great to get out great to see everybody You know great to get back into the competition. Setting the good news is though is that you know we did a lot of projects during you know the the quarantine period you know about Walker and I did a live class We've done I I was I. Cook the last contest. You know aletha before The it hit March and then came out and cooked in in. Warsaw Indiana so I. Really I mean I had the probably the longest break I've had. You know a couple of months? Competition Barbecue, but To Cook quite a bit, so that's why I think. I I've come out pretty sharp and ready to go where other people might be, you know just rounding into in the mid season forum a break in competitions in the events themselves, but doesn't mean a break in cooking and keeping those skills honed, which is probably key to any team success. I would imagine. To it, you know there's a rhythm to everything from finding your meat from how things together from the contest, and just from from spacing and hiding your day, and so just stayed sharp and having that freshener. My definitely gives you a leg up on the competition, and gives you some confidence. I mean that's a big part of cooking to is as confidence that know what you're GonNa put the box and know what you're trying to execute. Breadline joining me here on the show from getting basted so this past weekend's results fifth chicken, you win ribs with a perfect score, one eighty ninth pork, a third brisket or the ribs what they call a perfect perfect. No I got a one eight and tenderness on that. Keep me from getting a perfect perfect. So whatever that was that judge was thirty, four thirty four point whatever so. He must have missed that one but you know what we'll forgive him. What a Dick! How dare he? Everybody's got to be different. There's always that one bag in the tent. That's gotta be like you know not perfect perfect something. There was one speck of something on there that he didn't like. Yeah I. Don't get it together. You definitely missed it, but. There breath. I think I got knocked loss per second pair. That's all right. We don't need the best judges. That's right I. Understand what's happening, so have you made any significant changes to the program that you are running compared to last year, or is it pretty much say? No I mean I'm runnin pretty. Much I went back on my brisket and I kinda started running some of my two thousand, Fifteen, two thousand sixteen brisket recipes, just because I have tendency to do that, but that's really the only major change I've made everything else. Chicken ribs pork. I'm not on the same stuff I've been. Ron really the last couple of years. It's been about been about the same thing. You talked to a lot of teams out there. Have you or have there been any big flavor changes that you either notice or hear people talking about that weren't happening a year or so ago, or is it still a lot of the same or less? So I think it's a lot of the same you know. I mean you know the same people are teaching classes. you know the modernization continues so to speak, but I think of anything right now there might be stuff and I think Fred. Robe was kind of started it Darren worth where you know on some of the beach. You're trying to get a little bit. Bit Shar, and and you know we're is. We've always got a little bit of that in those Jambo. Guys, actually you know I know Fred brings a PK around, and they're actually does use a gateway drug, and they kind of brought us back to our roots, where at the end they'll finish things up a little more smoke on it and put a little bit of. Of Char on their. You know what Tim shared I call backyard it up a little bit and I think that's kind of a trend in a in scoring and flavors, but other than that I think the profiles are the same, just maybe a little bit more smoke, and maybe just a little bit of there at the end is is Kinda kicking that flavor up just. Just a little bit more, you know I remember. When I had started doing the show, two thousand, six, two, thousand, seven of weekend week out, there did seem to be quite a varying degree of what cooks were putting on their food, and then I forget exactly where it started, but it's certainly been here over the last number of years where it seems like everybody's running. More or less the same type of flavor profile because they see teams like you and Your Body Tam and Sterling. You know all the the best teams out there that they want to do. What's winning, too? Because everybody wants to do? What's winning right but? Is that a potential barrier for growth from a? From a creativity standpoint, if you have somebody that's willing to take a risk and go outside of that homogenization as you call it They're probably going to get penalized. Because also the judges are expecting something now at this point, because a lot of it has remained the same. Yeah. I mean since I've been in barbecue I think that's been the case that that you know? Don't think it's necessarily a negative I. mean everybody Kinda jumps in there and says Oh, it's a meat contest. Well, that's truly you know. The similar flavors truly boil you down to a beat contest. You gotta get tenderness. If you don't get hit, tenderness yourself, you're flavors won't be right. You won't score the way you need. Need to score, and so I don't know that it's a bad thing, because it really is a focus on cooking the meat, the more similar to flavors get but I. Think they've always been that way. You know in competition barbecue. You're not trying to make like if you're there. The judging ten sitting at one of the tables. I'm not trying to make the best buy barbecue this that that you know you've ever had. What I'm trying to do is make a bite of Barbecue. Six different people from different backgrounds and different PALETTES can agree on, and so when you take some good food, and you taste like you know you take some of the great food a lot of the times, stands out. It's just right down the middle. It's cooked perfectly. It's tender age juicy, and there's not. Not a single flavor that you can pick out and that's what tends to score. It may not be the best piece of barbecue that some of those people ever had, but it's really consistent, really solid, really well cooked barbecue and I think when people realize that I think they tend to start scoring better I mean. You may have affordable that she really loves. But if it sticks out, or if the judges sitting there man I love this thing, but or I know they're thinking about it then they're going to start writing down seven eight and it only takes two judges to do that before it. She completely. I guess the traditional mindset that I always struggle with by the way, not a competition. Is You want to stand out and have people go. That is the best bite of Barbecue. But to your point. If everybody's dealing with the same profile, the ones that stand out are the ones that are cooked the best, and that's where the the cream rises to the top so I certainly appreciate your thought process on that as I mentioned. You've been out competing the past few weeks, but the majority of the country prior to that was staying home. At least a lot of us were then this reopen happens, and with that comes things like these barbecue events so. Looking back on these past two weeks in these past two contests, how do these feel? In contrast or comparison to the ones you were doing in twenty, nine, thousand nine for instance. Well! You know as far as the teams go. I think it's pretty similar As what they were before I, mean there's no public the events in the events that we've been going to haven't really been public facing events anyway, so you know as far as that goes into the same. The teams are doing the same. We've always been pretty socially distance. You know we get our are forty by twenty or or whatever amount of space, and and if we want to go and talk to somebody we can. If we WANNA stay alone, we can I think we're the biggest differences. Is that you know? Know, you're wearing masks. The turn ends. You require to put gloves on a new pair of gloves. When you go, you know. Bring a bleach wife with you. Wipe your box down. you know the from what I've noticed, and I haven't been inside the judging ten, but you know they're. They're supposed to be having a social distancing between the judges so I mean there's been some changes and and some things that have to happen, but I think the biggest difference is how deep in the well of judges that. They're having to go to get people in that are comfortable. Judging I know the one in Springfield and I'm from Springfield. And that's where I started cooking, so some of the judges they had their at the contest where the same guys that were judging maybe like six seven eight years ago when I started that I had really seen in the judging tent for a long time and they came back and judge just because the organizers have them on file and and and. And they brought him in. They were willing to come out so I think we're getting a lot of new judges or judges that have a judge in a long time and and You know I think that kind of it's been frustrating for some people you know the Internet chatter and maybe somebody even scoring, but I think the reason for that is that there's a lot of people that are are doing favors so to speak organizers just coming out to judge. Are you getting any specific instructions on staying so far apart or wearing facial coverings and gloves, or if you're going to be in this area, you gotTa do this specifically. What kind of instructions are you getting a team loading it? Yeah, so I, mean it is you know when you're when you're dealing with food? You're supposed to have a mask on When you're running your food up to the judges Ted, you're supposed to wear a mask and gloves and bleach wipe and that that's the the official line everything else I've heard recommendations of not having the nine twenty twos, and the seven Oh sevens, and the you know you can go on, and on the the the Kelly words, ten, thirty, five, or whatever it is, and and you know, but they're not banning it. They're just suggesting it and I think A. A lot of that is just covering you know. Eh, if I could say an ask covering going off the events. You know they they've got a You know they tell you what to do, but they're not really enforcing that stuff. The judging being four spot this up between the team's not really from what I've noticed so I. Assume that sense you go to these you either agree with how they're staging these events and your safety isn't necessarily something that might come under compromise, or perhaps you don't think that it's an event that puts you in any real, moderate or extreme risk. Yeah I, mean the way I cook I can tell you right now and I appreciate the judges that come out and judge I wouldn't judge one of these events right now, and that's just my personal stance is far as my cooking. I'm pretty socially businessman. I got a forty one foot toy hauler I've been bringing in there. I, sitting there and and you know I'll talk to a few people you know I haven't been out venturing around or anything like that, so I don't I'm not worried about myself. You know catching spreading doing anything like that now. That being said you know if there is a big event that had a big public, and and everybody was coming in there. You know might change it, but yeah. I feel pretty pretty safe. I feel safer going to cook a barbecue contests and I do go on to get groceries. Let's put it that way around. You know less people and and and people that I know, and and you know I feel that. If somebody had symptoms you know they'd have the decency to stay home, so I feel very safe cooking the contest now. If I were judge, I would absolutely want to have some social distancing measures, and and and make sure some of that stuff was being being enforced. Before I got the judging. Brad Memphis was canceled a few weeks ago. The Jack followed suit last week. Do you foresee American royal of any sort happening this year or any real remainder of barbecue competition season? The, royal stop near I think if they could you know the difference between the Jack in the Royal you know of course Memphis and may kind of fall somewhere between is, is that you know? The Jack has a different core business you know and there's really no win for Jack Daniels in holding a barbecue competition. You know you're gonNA make half of. Of the population mad for holding it, you're GONNA make half the population happy for holding it, and it's just really not a win. As far as a from a PR perspective of the American Royal Contests is Pretty, court so that organization so I think if they can get the participation and they can get the sponsors I think that one will go off. you know, but I would say they definitely the last email they sent out. They were kind of angling for their. You know potential to cancel because you know they keep a five dollar. Administration fee or whatever to refund your money, and they were definitely signing they definitely winding it up that that there's a chance that they were canceled, so I would put the royal at about fifty fifty right now just because I think if they can turn a profit or or just you know get the PR and a I think it will go down if it gets to. Where a lot of sponsors, a lot of the big guys party cats, and whatever pull out, and I don't know what they're paying for the racetrack, but if it doesn't make sense financially, then obviously, then they'll, they'll pull the plug on it. as far as the biggest goes as far as other events goes. I mean who knows right they're starting to. Come on board and and and we're starting to them, but now there's some spread you know taxes getting hit. Florida's getting hit know parts of the southeastern getting in I know you know along where I'm at in one. Arkansas border in southern Missouri is getting pretty good pop, so I could see health department starting to walk back some of these things and we might see more cancellations coming up house, the restaurant doing. Well we took. We took a wall up. There you know for about six weeks and you know why rise close six weeks to two months and and but now really honestly Branston You know tourism's back in Branson and we've we've actually seen sales increases the last. Two or three weekends It seems like what's happening is we're not getting a long distance vacationers, but we're getting. A lot of people woke up, so we're having big big weekends. We kinda tail off. What about on Mondays Tuesdays then we grant backup for the weekends and they're having big weekend, so people are traveling. people are enjoying themselves. You know we've got a lot of lakes down there, so there's a lot of activities you can do. socially distance in our takeout. Businesses been obviously ridiculous you. You know we're still doing probably fifty to sixty percent of our businesses still take out and You know we're doing. You know what we were doing last year for full tourists. You know half of it takeout, so it's been it's been a you know an adventure, but you know we we live through and survive through phase one here and hopefully things don't have to walk back down because it's certainly is very hard on restaurants when when they locked down the economy like they had to do. Where to compete at an expert. I am going to the KCBS. That rib only contest at the home. Office this Sunday. For the fifth July and then I'm going to take a week off. And then my next main KCBS contest is going to be an Osceola and it looks like that one lineup. It's a double, and it's lining up to be a WHO's who I think. We've got you know about. Walker's coming up. We've got Joe Pearson's coming down. We've got over. Jin smokes coming in all the way. He's flying in all the way from from the east coast, so it's going. Going to be in campground about sixty miles north where I live, and and it's it's shaping up to be one of the conscious of the year, so I can't wait for that one. 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A Maestro of Meat and Marketing | Jason Ganahl (GQue BBQ) | DH079

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

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A Maestro of Meat and Marketing | Jason Ganahl (GQue BBQ) | DH079

"Welcome to digital hospitality. I'm your host sean walsh. This is cowley. Bbq media production every single week. We talk about digital hospitality. Every business needs to be digital every business to be in the hospitality business. This is one of the greatest times to be in business. We are so excited that today's guest is a good friend from the barbecue space Somebody that we met thanks to the national barbecue association. We met in twenty seventeen. Actually the nash in bbq a was held at the annual conference was held in fort worth texas and jason vinyl g. q. Are welcome to the show. A sean good to be here. Thanks for having me in. I couldn't agree more with you. This is a great time to be in business. Yeah and you know. It's so funny when you go to a conference especially for national barbecue association or any conference no matter what business. You're in Both you and i we both owned barbecue. Restaurants were both in media on. We both do events. We participate advanced. We produce events but you never know what you're gonna get. And i think one of the greatest things about any kind of event is the people that you and when i i remember you were doing a presentation on social media and the things that you were talking about. Were a lot of the experiences that i had experienced running kelly barbecue but then a lot of differences. You had a lotta great insights and one of the best things about networking is you get to learn from like minded people. We say that a rising tide lifts all ships. Were grateful that anyone that listens to this podcast. No matter where you are in the world no matter what business. You're in hopefully every week we get. You guessed that have insight that you can use in your business. And you know so. Many of the conferences that i went to Actually n bbq one of those conferences. That i went to when it was here in san diego robin from robbins. Up in pasadena california. He gave a presentation about his barbecue business but he basically said a story about that. They were barbecue a breakfast restaurant and they went all in on barbecue in the whole town hall community. Said you're crazy. You can't do that and it ended up you know. He had an incredible run. Started selling barbecue sandwiches at the rose. Bowl trying to you know just doing all this really cool stuff with barbecue. And it was at that time i was like. Hey this guy can do it. I can do it. And that's what city was that pasadena. S that's what they say about denver to try to do barbecue in denver. You're crazy that's part of. That's why i'm so excited to have you on jason. As part of our story the west coast barbecue movement as we liked it so call. Santa's were in untraditional barbecue places places where people don't think of the american meccas of barbecue. It's not kansas city. Were not in texas. Not in memphis. You know ran the carolinas when you go to colorado when you start your business. I've heard you on multiple interviews talk about. There was no slow smoked barbecue in colorado. What you were doing was different. And it was unique and part of what i'm excited to talk to you about. Today's first of all take me back to fort worth and remind me in our audience. What you talked about as far as social media goes because social media so important to how we run our business. And i know it's important how you run your business with us. Give us some quick tips about back in two thousand seventeen and where we are three years later. How much is has a. How much has changed. Why would be different. Yeah it's changing exponentially. I mean i think like technology in the advances. I mean it's not linear at all. It is literally going going like this. I mean i. I my restaurants only five years old but i remember like the fax machine. People used the fax machine and they would send over facts orders for for catering orders and that was a couple of years before i got going so think of all the things. We're doing digitally now versus where we've just come from the fax machine. That's a mere. What like seven or eight years. So we're we're gonna go seven or eight years from what we're doing now. I mean you look at what. Kobe has really sped up that process in. It's really got a lot of the bigger companies. Which i think are a lot slower to act to things like digital. It's really got them on board and you see how they're transforming their entire buildouts of all their new stores and i. I'm really fascinated to see where it's going to be in five to seven years. And as the technology companies create new applications that we as restaurant tours can leverage us in our businesses. I know what a lot of people are talking about. Is robotics. But i don't really see how that's gonna work with barbecue. Barbecue is not kind of a set. It forget it type of business when these different types of technologies created in get utilized. I can't see how government is going to allow robotics to take over and eliminate all those jobs. I foresee a certain type of automated tax being placed on businesses that are going to use them fully automate their businesses so that there's a disincentive to reduce those jobs. So it'll be very interesting to see how all that stuff plays out. How how technology. And how innovators and entrepreneurs and creators create different things for different people use and then how does government allow that to be utilized by those different people and stuff let society can still function at a high level too. so it's a fascinating time We live in. I think i can win down a pathway. You're asking me about the pro. That knows seve's archaic to me. I'll tell you one of major. I remember teaches. Isn't that amazing Three years ago. We're talking about a conference at you. And i both attended three years ago that we were presenting on cutting edge information. You know in twenty seven. Gene i'm talking about podcast turning your barbecue. Visit into a media company. You're talking about instagram. And all these other things that you're doing on social media and then now looking back on. I'm like oh my god has changed and three. It's crazy and it's almost. It's almost hard to kind of keep up with all of it. I that is that was. My debt is still might mike. Liberal role is just sales marketing within his business. But i'm actually right now trying to hire a director of marketing right now as we look for another. We're starting at got. That created an ice cream brand a couple of years ago so we got a new ice cream store. That's going a guy new barbecue store we're looking at trying to get going so i'm getting pulled in a lot of different directions that i can't give the sales and marketing the attention that it needs so i'm looking to hire somebody right now. Ought to do that but to stay on top of all this stuff. That's out there and not just to do it. Anybody can be doing like you can do social media. Just do you think you're doing it well but how to make sure you're actually moving the needle on these different things where you're going to spend your time and energy. What's the best place. It's going to help your business best overall. I mean that takes a lot of time and a lot of resources to put those kind of reporting mechanisms in place. Because i mean i know the most valuable thing for me is is my time. I wanna make sure it's being spent in the ways that's going to be the most productive for me not just in the business but whether it's my time that i had with my wife whether it's the time that i have for my kids as we grow. We get more employees time than it used to spend with. Some of our employees have been with us a long time now gets reduced. I do. I make them feel so they're still just as important with me even though we don't spend the time that we used to spend together. I the thing that my most precious commodity is time in. How do you deploy that so that others enough to go around to to everybody to it's. It's it's using technology to do that right. I mean it's It's all just it's all it's fascinating and i agree with what you said. It's a great time to be in business in a great time to be alive yet. I think what utah which you just address is something that has been an issue for me. You know we've only been a single unit restaurant for since two thousand eight right now. We're opening our second location. But i also have to manage my time. I have gotten to the place. Where are you working in your business or you're working on your business you know you're somebody that you've grown locations or managing multiple brands. I mean you participate in organizational role. I'm guessing in the denver barbecue festival which is a huge part of growing the sport of barbecue in colorado in the west coast is planting flags letting people know that. It's not just in austin texas. It's not just you know in in saint louis. It's not just in memphis like all. These places have incredible barbecued incredible history. But like other people like you. Other people like matt horne up in san francisco in oakland. You know they're all planting flags and this is a global thing. This is not just an american thing anymore. The internet has gotten rid of all of those boundaries. And that's powerful because people in israel people in norway people in canada people in australia. They're coming and looking for content. You know one of the reasons. I was so excited to talk to. You is about your building a youtube channel. You're not talking about now. You're trying to hire someone to do your job. And because i had no that you have the same blood type is me. Part of what makes us different. Is that we're practitioners. So we're actually doing it and using it so you can see what works what doesn't work. Would you set early on was like you. Don't wanna just do social media to do social media cracked. Anybody can check the box but checking. The box doesn't work. It doesn't resonate for your brand. Who are yes. What kind of challenges do you have been the founder. A person that is usually on camera hiring somebody that's also going to produce content because as you grow out you have to like you said figure out your time. Your time is the dad. Your time is a husband but also your as an entrepreneur. What's your what's your ideal ideal balance for that moving forward. yeah well. that's a constant struggle in school. I thought i mean the evolution of being a founder to trying to grow a business. Which i i love the thrill. I love the challenge of obscene. Can we grow in camera Row in a way that we can still produce the same quality of barbecue when it was the very first shop in a very first store and idea for for the listener so we have the first shop. How many square feet. Four hundred square feet the second one the ice cream attached right next to it. So it's it's four thousand square feet for for both of them got standalone ice cream shop right next to the barbecue place. Nominee sweet spot. I'd say about twenty five hundred. Twenty eight hundred ish if we can get the pits outside if we have to have the pits inside than probably three thousand square feet at the kind of want. You wanted to be like a tuesday afternoon and it's full and there's always energy in they're like i don't want it so big aware it feels like it's it's dead. I always wanted to feel like. There's a lot of energy whether it's a monday or tuesday launch or a friday or saturday night dinner it now. I mean this last year. Everything's enjoyed the most far off site. Yeah we'll can you let let's talk a little bit more about so you started with one. You added the ice cream for your second right so your second location was a second location. Plus another brand. Yes yes so. I wasn't sure if we do barbecue. I mean you look you look at all the different brands that are all over the country. And how many of them are execute at what. I would call a very high level with multiple stores very few now. I think that's changing. I think people are getting better at making barbecue in multiple locations so when when i was considering opening up a second store this is going back three or four years ago. I mean i think a place like like joe's barbecue in kansas city. They they had two stores but there weren't many places that were executed in a very high level that were very well known and doing a really good job so i was really scared of that. So what i thought about doing was opening up an ice cream shop that if it wasn't good people would say. Hey let's go get that barbecue place in the ice cream and we can get away with serving good barbecue but not very good barbecue now. Do we got two years underneath their belt. I use your online reputation is pretty much everything nowadays. So i look at google in a utilized that are utilized the conversations. I have with the employees that have utilized the conversations that i have with the guests are utilize all the direct messaging that we get from all of our guests. He can get a sense of where we're at in what our perception are. And in howard performing ultimately there is one if you want to call it a a resource for review or one judge or one decision maker that decides the fate of your business next the cash register. The cash register will decide how your business is going at any given time. But you could have a really good day and performed poorly. If you don't have those other diagnostic indicators. You can't tell really kind of how you're and stuff right. Here's the cash register. Often times is lagging indicator where you're at where this other indicators are very real time of higher doing how you forming at any in italy real time moment right so yeah once. We got that second one goal and we got two years under our belt. I know now that we can the people really good barbecue at multiple locations. So now i'm excited to try third and i'm going to keep doing them until i no longer feel like we can keep keep up that debt very high level. Maybe it's three. Maybe it's four. Maybe we can do five or six. I i don't know i have no idea. I'll continue to assess and we'll see where we go. But i know we're in a place right now. We got competent leaders of got great staff got great employees. We need to figure out the training part With two locations. It's still easy for me to get around and make sure everything's going well but At our at our at our store we got people that have been with us a long time. They have a lot of pride in what they do. They want they they come to work. They wanna make a difference for the guests that are coming in. We wanna make sure we're giving them the best barbecue. They've ever had the best twenty minutes of their day with their service. We wanna make sure they feel important when they come in. They take that aspect very seriously that the group down here same thing. We got good management in place. We got some staff now. It's been with us for a long time. We've got a little bit of a ten year now for some of our season kitchen staff so now i feel like we're in a good place to to try to try a third location. What is your relationship with. Old agree fits. it's great. I was just texting with alex mornings. So alex night. His dad david. David is the founder of hickory pits. Alex lives out here in denver. And so i have a great relationship with alex. He's by the shoot. I think he's gonna take some pictures for a training video that they're doing on one of our one of our. It's that we have at our at our north store. Yeah i think one of the things that i'm fascinated with. Is you know we talked about this. The greatest time to be in business. You know whats reported is obviously all these restaurants closing all the struggles. And that's why talking to someone like you. You have such a depth of perspective. The same that. I have that there's never been a time where the relationship between a restaurant owner and their vendors as more powerful because those vendors that we use they need us just as much as we need them if not more store an active involved engaged. Client you give them feedback that they would normally have to go and ask for but not only. Do you give them feedback. You give them content. Which is even more powerful. I answer your business becomes a media company. you're just talking about all hickory pits. Which is the pits that you use. It's the same pits that we use out here. Same pinzel we're going to be adding as we add locations rice. Incredible company cape girardeau. We went over there. Luke was just phenomenal. You went out of his way to show us the old part of old hickory olfactory that they started and actually when we went out there or twenty sixteen went out there with jean and my wife but we toured the whole facility. Went around that dave Went winter the new hangar building. Everything out but going there to see where the equipment is made. It adds a different element and adds an element as somebody that so many businesses we use vendors for all different kinds of things but we don't ask them their story. We care so much about our customers story at the vendor relationship is so important to right totally tell tell me about the difference of your perspective. Now as opposed to when you're a single unit a single unit operator. Oh gosh some great. Soy's that i remember. I didn't have restaurant experience. I had worked in a restaurant in the time i was thirteen. Started out as a dishwasher. Busboy in work my way up to a bartender. By the time. I was twenty three or twenty four so i always enjoyed the restaurant a lifestyle but at twenty four i i was out of it. I didn't get back into it until five years ago. And as a as a first time restaurant tour i mean all your vendors they disfigure. You've got no shot Business with you. At all. And i can tell stories here. Now tell one really quick one. I remember going around at a guy that was going to be our broker and he wouldn't even drive around while drive around to find a place you like. Send it to me. And i'll find out the information on it and now they're calling me sending me stop every single week. Hey we think about this. Let's go look at all this kind of stuff so it's completely eighty from that time. No everyone's working for you xactly. It's ten stores jason. We're gonna come on. It's great so i remember. I found a place in other sign in the window as all this is in then it was just a place that was close to home. I got four kids. So i just needed a place close to home inside that this this place. I could see it happening in so i. There's a number on the on the window. I sent it to him. He called they were advertising for eighteen foot. This about six and a half years ago in denver which is a really good price and it's not a Location yeah eighteen dollars a square foot can. Yeah yeah yeah yeah for sure. I mean i would assume out in san diego. You real estate's crazy here. It's it's it's it's i think it's it's stupid and it has to change. The taxes are way too high on buildings and the rent rates are way too high that i do think i mean. Cova is exposed the bubble big time. But there's been a being bubble in in commercial real estate restaurant real estate rent prices here in denver. My opinion mount last probably three or four years and then the tax rates on those properties have been crazy which they just passed passed down to the operators but anyway they they listed that at eighteen in the broker said i think if you sign a ten year lease i can get that place for you for fifteen dollars a square foot. What do you think about that. I almost fall out of my chair. I was like holy cow. If you can get that for fifteen dollars yes. I'll sign it Let's see what you can do. He calls back and he's like the lowest they'll go is twenty four hours a square foot. Not only did it. Not only did it not go down but it went up. They went up a significant amount almost to the point where ran the numbers. I'm like oh my god. I don't. I don't know if we can do this. I don't know it's worthwhile. I don't know if it's worth the risk of putting the money into it and of course you hear all the horror stories of opening a restaurant like i had some really difficult decisions to make a relating all at all that goes back to first time operator. You haven't been in a restaurant before. Oh you're we're not going to give you this place for for eighteen dollars a square foot. You're gonna you're gonna pay heartedly for and it's the same with the food vendors and stuff like that to in order to get leverage in any person who is considering a restaurant only got one restaurant by buying power increased where i get all of my business. Sure i might be able to find meat. Better at one particular vendor. I might be able to get my buns better from somewhere else. I might be able to pick and choose all it. It replaces but i get more leverage when i can combine it all and give it to just one place and so by giving by giving all of my business that just one food distributor. That's certainly helped in the beginning. But now i feel like with our volumes between the two different stores. The second stores is mature. Now it's doing good. So between both stores i feel like i can get the attention of all the different vendors but what i learned through this entire process is that i want to do business with people. I like more than anybody else. People that i have relationships with people that like to your point where it's mutually beneficial that they're going to look out for me versus just for like the bottom line height. I understand everybody's gonna do business but we got all kinds of different vendors and there's some that you just like a lot more in that's really what i use to decide who might vendors are going to be more so than potential anything else as whose whose values me as a customer. Who do we enjoy each other's conversation so that they're more likely to pick up the phone just because we want to talk for a little bit in see where we're at and stuff and so i try to really do business with with delight more so than people who might have the same me a dollar or might be able to get it to me faster for a week or so. So tying it all back to old hickory. If you've ever met david in. Certainly alex i mean there. There are some of the most hospitable people they are. They get to know you. They get to know your business. They're great for our industry. They're always. I wanted to help out and supply pits whether it's through operational barbecue release. I just had a a pretty long conversation with alex probably about two or three weeks ago. He's gonna be creating some amazing content off the barbecue industry this year and i'm super excited to see what he puts out but to build a community of of all the people that utilize hickory to really try to bring them together and to allow them to learn from each other so i'm really excited to to what they create but they're a perfect example of of doing business with somebody you. I can sure we could have found. Barbecue pits a little bit cheaper stuff. Anybody who's barnwell hickory knows it's not. It's not inexpensive But they're people that you like to do business left and you wanna see them. Do well awesome too. Yeah i mean that's the power of what's happening right now. You know when you do create that community and you do have partners that understand that the marketing works both ways you know when you're creating content like if we created content which we've talked about frequently we just switch our point of sale system over to toast and we did all unboxing video. We've done multiple videos about why we switch from low to toast and aloha. We had for twelve years but we switched to toast but that act of us. Creating content for them has made a deeper relationship with toast. So that there's people there that are willing to do things that they wouldn't otherwise do because we're willing to go out of our way not just for ourselves but to help other restaurant owners who might be in the same position that we were going. Why should i switch. I keep hearing about switching or trying to become a digital restaurant trying to improve my website. What are the benefits of toast. Or what are the benefits of like until you hear from somebody like yourself. That's owns multiple locations. You don't know it 'cause it's different when it comes from or hickory. It's different when it comes from toasts when it comes from jason from g. q. Out there creating it. He's using the product i mean. That's the micro influencers her type of world that we live. But if it's true and authentic and not oh. I'm getting paid to do this. No i'm doing it. Because i like doing business with them and in return they give us all kinds of different opportunities that we wouldn't have otherwise racked. I totally agree. Tell me more about Sports your sports guy buffalo guy. i went to buffalo. I went to see you for two thousand to two thousand and three semester in spain. And then i came back home to my grandfather but we had some good times up on the hill. None to see you. We've we feed the coaching staff every single week me I just around the program all the time so Like like you said. I love sports. I love i love going to the games i just reached out to them said hey got barbecue place. When pressed the barbecue they said yes and then we just hit it off. That was what the very first coach. Coach chokes mcintyre barry. I coach when i had the restaurants and so mean. Coach mcintyre actually became friends. We had each other cell phone numbers. Wouldn't like talk all the time. But dictation text message. And of course. Whenever i'm around you know. The the the the built the new training center champion center now but we would talk and all that stuff were friendly and they're very appreciative of of what we do For them we we help out buffs for life for ram. We donate much of food for their big fundraiser. single year But but i love. I love athletics. i love the opportunities. He creates from people. I love competition Unfortunately never was a good enough athlete to play anything beyond high school high school. I played basketball baseball. I played baseball for in college for one year and opportunities to d- to schools for For for basketball and football. But i didn't want to go to school. It was never never anything. I was interested in but yeah i just love everything. There is a bit here. The back of my neck stands up when you go to a college football game. The band starts playing other so much emotion from the student's section. Having a couple of drinks in you. I mean it's just a great a great environment and i really miss that this fall not being able to go to those games up there in boulder and they had a great team. We were making the joke with my wife. You know like this is the one bowl game. I don't know that the numbers don't want to say in the last thirteen years and so this was an opportunity to go while it was It was dan. Hawkins first year was the the last bowl game before mike macintyre took them to the alamo bowl you. The one that won the pac twelve south then lost twelve championship game so this would have been Since i've been in the area second olguin yet about twelve or thirteen years. It was also nick savings first year was that was that your day. Play nick saban in that old game. It was alabama vs colorado. Is thirteen years ago. Nick sabin i first year at alabama. So i was joking with my wife the other day. That wouldn't that be something so twenty. Twenty that the buffs gets go to ballgame. We can't not only. Can we not go to the games. But we can't go to the ball game. My wife was recently elected a region at c. You so she. Harari evolve of this new in everything that they have. So we're we just love and she went to see you and she loves college football so we love being around just The university in the fall you know have been having gone to boulder but boulder in all with the leaves and just the smell in the air. There's nothing like it in i. I am literally getting excited Just telling you about maybe me fired up to give back out. A- i can't wait for that next year was odd watching home games on t. e. ad here so i mean the thing that i i love is when whenever i mean this is our way into sports entertainment and everyone has their own story but when you see brand and you think of an independent restaurant you don't think of professional sports. You don't think of d. one. Athletics outreach like you are already involved in the program and you decided to get your business involved with barbecue and i think that that's one of the biggest lessons that we try to teach on this podcast to people that are listening is when you own a business like. That's the greatest thing you've already done all the hard work. You're the entrepreneur. Like if you choose if you love sports. There is a way into sports. You don't have to have a huge budget budget. We don't have to be an enterprise restaurant to go okay. This is our sponsorship deal with the chargers. No you can go roots the way that we did to place where eventually we're feeding antonio gates and joey bosa you know. These are just incredible. Loss that i would have done for free. Forget about daddy's from getting paid to do it. I mean it would just from a marketing perspective would have been great for us and it was and it still is. What did you do to get your location in in your in empower field empower field. Yes we're at empower field. At mile high. It was similar to what you just said. So you know the the barbecue isn't going to sell itself right like you said earlier. Were not in kansas city. We're not we're not in austin. We're not we're not saint louis. People aren't going to get off the plane type in their phone. Best place to go get barbecue. You're going to be out there. You gotta be getting in people's mouse and so the empower opportunity came through the denver barbecue festival so anybody that knows the real muscle behind the hustle of the denver. Barbecue festival is a gentleman by the name of brian. Wabi and brian wabi created the lou festival. Which is in that same family. So that says is portfolio of a barbecue vessels and he started at probably six six years ago and i started message like hey brian from saint louis as a brand name out how through email through tax. I can't even remember can even remember the point out. The reason i ask is. People can't discriminate. If you want something you go through twitter you go through email you go through text message you go through in person. Whatever you have to do you let somebody know you're there and you want the opportunity. That's exactly what you did because that's how we roll up if you saw enough eventually. Someone's gonna go ahead. Can you do that right there by this guy is so annoying. Listen all or they'll take a liking to you'll know wanna be friends with you and be messaging him somehow like listen on from saint. Louis i see on this barbecue festival. It's awesome. I can't wait to attend it. I know some of those guys that you have that are in the barbecue festival. What a cool idea. Thank you so much for doing it. Do you ever come out to denver colorado. I have a barbecue restaurant. I love to meet you. Come on and let's eat barbecue and all that kind of stuff and so. I probably did that for i. Don't know how how many however many times we didn't. We didn't meet at all a truce to a yes. Yeah finally we met. I'm trying to think of the first time we met. And i can't remember how the first time we met but it might have been ironically through hickory. 'cause i know he's really close with david. Alex knows guys but long story short. He put together that denver barbecue festival. And which was at its huge for the barbecue community and there was people in college. You'd mentioned earlier. Nobody doing like smoke denver. There were people doing barbecue near denver but it just wasn't popular at all to anybody. Outside denver near wasn't like the relationships people didn't have the relationships with other barbecue places to where it was it was. They don't go to the water cooler on monday morning to talk about their favorite place to get barbecue in denver in it still is. I think it's changing big time. I think we've got right now. We've got probably seven to nine places that are doing excellent barbecue all the time. I don't think they nearly get the enough attention and respect that they deserve. I think right now here in denver colorado colorado. There's three places that i would take. And i'd be happy. I'd happily go up against any three places in any other city tony toe. I think it's just as good as barbecue being served in in those other cities in it's cool here in denver to talk down on denver barbecue places. Is denver much like myself. I'm a transplant. From saint louis to california to colorado a lot of people move here and a lot of people move here from the midwest a movie it from kansas city they moved here from nebraska people nebraska. Very proud of their barbecue in abreast of very proud of their barbecue in iowa. They come in from many places in the midwest and they just thumb their nose at at colorado in denver barbecue. It's cool to to do that. A lot of people believe it or not from texas. Even move up your us. But i do think that's changing places like proud souls barbecue. Tony is a friend of mine. We actually went to high school together when we competed in barbecue contests for awhile and he opened up a barbecue shop and so now he's getting barbecue pits into people's homes. They're cooking barbecue more often. They're they're eating barbecue more often in denver. I don't think it's slowly happening. Denver who rather rapidly is turning into a barbecue consuming us city in ways that it was nowhere near that even as little as five years ago when when when i first got going again i got nasa sean saw. That's not at all the question that you asked what it saw went down that path but the relationship with wabi wabi has all back together. Wadis event that denver barbecue festival is also bringing a level of credibility to the to barbecue. So he brought in a lot of these very well known names and we had conversations where he's going to get more denver places in it for the upcoming years. We cancel it this year because the code but but but festivals like that things like that it is certainly contributing to the barbecue scene here but through that i got to the host that at mile high stadium in our field. Now i got to meet the people out there Became friends with them went on a trip to kansas city with them. Trying to think what. We went out there to to to promote the dimmer barbecue festival and got along well with them and in the conversations just started happening didn't work out well for them worked out well for us so we negotiated a two year deal with that and that just ended this year. I'm very happy to say that. We got a five year deal in place for five more future years at empire field to in this people selling barbecue broncos games and whatever other major revamp comes through right right. Yep yeah so we got a. We got a nice kiosks there. We were on the club. Level up there this year We can get back there on the level next year. But that's i mean. This is a football town. This is the people here denver of love their denver broncos on it's been tough years the last couple of years but i think we layered on me look we. We beat you this last week. Incredible there's there's been plenty. Don't don't don't see me song lost team to a different city and i've got thirty to thirty two. Nfl team nfl fan bases. That don't like me so folks from you might just be happy. You're slang in barbecue and to cover how about that. All that's very very So tell i mean. I i love the lesson in. That story is that it takes the act of getting involved. And i think that's something that you know as a single unit business owner as somebody a lot of what we learned was getting outside of the four walls of our restaurant You know by having to be grassroots by having to be scrappy it forced us Exactly like no one gives a shit about us. We're in the part of san diego that nobody cares about but by getting out of it and by going well what can we do. Where can we participate. You start to get known and if you do a good job and if you have great food and you upgrade hospitality. Guess what your top of mind. And then next thing you know i mean. Did you ever think that you would be serving your barbecue at broncos games if you have to pinch yourself right. Totally totally do in china. It's all of this this whole ride in just five years none of it. I never thought any of it may start as you as you as a judge. You to judge judge. Some barbecues them kcbs contests. That's that's sean. That's exactly. I got in all of this so when i moved out to i actually moved to boulder for a job in gun. Barrel don boroughs at work. I was in mark leaning sales for a medical device company. It's now meant shawn at the time. Who was videon. Formerly tyco healthcare formerly mylan crowd formally or puritan bennett's so i had a variety of sales and marketing management jobs with them. And that's kind of move me move me around it. So when i moved out. Here i was. I was about to take another job to go somewhere else. Met my now. Wife and i was probably thirty to thirty three as again. I wanna have kids. I wanted to keep bouncing around and do not sell them at a woman that i could see. There is a chance that i would want to be with the sliding sort of family with this lady. And so when i got asked to go somewhere else i said no. Let me get to these certain levels. These rations Gets pretty political in wasn't bad but it didn't necessarily wasn't great because the expectation was just to go on somewhere else and they brought it new managing slade in its. It was fine but it wasn't great right and so their lack meaning. Yeah yeah it just. It's part of their jobs is to continue to develop certain people and stuff like that too. So i left there. I started a medical device. And pharmaceutical recruiting company leveraging relationships. I built in that industry for a few years in service. Doing that now. Working out of my home doing that and i had this time on the weekends To do whatever i wanted to do. And i just moved out here and i'm not a barbecue snob as long as it's smoked well and that will release season early sauce. I'm happy with it. I found my favorite places saying luis. In fact i joke around with with mike emerson of pepys. Mike johnson of sugar fire that had they had their restaurants in saint louis missouri. There would never have even moved away happened. But i used to bandannas and i love. Being diana's it's a regional chain in saint louis and that's where i went and got my barbecue fix all the time in saint louis moved out to california. They found a place in lafayette california. I lived in san ramon straight was fantastic. I went there probably once every two weeks. My barbecue fix moved to colorado. And i drive thirty to forty five minutes. I find a place that was great. I go back a second time and it was okay but it wouldn't justify like a forty five minute drive to go. Wherever so it was. There was good barbecue candidate consistent but certainly good barbecue in different places but it wasn't necessarily scratching at that really had a stretch for satisfy a barbecue on a consistent basis. So i went online. I found the kansas city barbeque society. And i found out they put on these professional barbecue. Contests all over the country. And i thought holy cow can be judged the most amazing barbecue ever but as any judge will tell you. You also get the guy who everyone says has barbecue. They need to go put it into a contest his barbecue too. But i mean you do for me. I like competition barbecue. A lot of people didn't like it. 'cause it's too sweet. It's one bite barbecue really Punch right but i think my most favorite some of my most favorite restaurants are putting out amazing barbecue. But i think underneath the judges tent on saturday at a good contest is a great place to get fed in. You need some barbecue but started out as a judge just just to do that. And then after judging being a competitive person. I thought man when be fun to get one these contests one of these weeks. And so i i gotta do a contest at my ass. Kick that my ass kicked for good good. Two years eventually turned that around Wait wait hold on. Hold on take me back this. You meet the woman of your dreams. What is she telling you. When you're like i'm gonna go first of all i'm gonna judge which takes all day long. Yes solvay to judge which means you're not home and then you're like okay. Not only was. I going to judge but now i'm actually going to go there for the entire weekend How did she sign off on that. We didn't have any kids at that. Care that actually get the heck out of house. You're annoying me. Go get outta here. Supportive through all this stuff which is great. But there's always the net balance when you're around somebody all the time you need a little bit releasing its better our relationship. Now get out of the house for a day or day in have yes. Certainly we started having kids a lot of that. A lot of that changes decided opened up a barbecue restaurants that on the rica limited due at three sixty five were a sick breed. Aren't we yes no doubt about that. I mean no doubt about that. I mean there's much easier ways to punish yourself the cheesier grays ob- yeah. It's a crazy ride which started out just judging in competing contest. They were winning contests. You were winning six significant contests. Yeah it took. It took about two years twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen. We want a lot. We won the team of the year out here. Guided by a lot of really good invitation alternative contest. And that's where. I really got inspired to open up a restaurant. It was never never my dream to open up a restaurant on but doing a lot of those invitationals they get to meet a lotta guys and they. Head barbecue. Restaurants and they would share their revenue. What they were doing as holy cow. That is amazing. The amount of volume the amount of barbecue. You're selling the amount of revenue you're selling. I was really inspired by that to to give it a shot. And i'm not one to ever look at a challenge and be like. Oh can't do that. In fact i kind of in the same lineage. I remember go into the contest frisco even before i decided to be a judge and there is a barbecue team right there. And he's like hey and we were just talking in. I still remember very vividly. Walking in frisco the smell of all the aroma of all the the barbecue brisket the reds being smoke all the combinations of all those different aromas of music being played that the people running around smiling the beer being served walking around drinking beer sampling barbecue from all these different vendors hearing the music from the band. I like this is i don't want to leave this place. I'm going to figure out a way to make this happen for seven days in a row like barbecue festivals and stuff or still to this day one of my favorite places. It just go hang out. Never remember walking around seeing all the different vendors. I remember kelly words from forelegs up. I mean the whole world champions set on my is so impressive. I remember just ugali over. What all these guys different setups. And all that stuff and there was one guy that i started talking with walking by a k. This is a rib that i just turned in a contests are. Are you interested in trying it on. Like heck yeah. I want to try that. I tried it and it was hands down the very best friend i ever had in my life. I remember his team name and went back. And i looked at the results of the contest and there was probably i wanna say like fifty five sixty teams there in his rid finished forty fifth on that and it was the best rabbi ever had and i kind of created the story at that time in my head how these guys like. Just make the most amazing barbecue. If that rib was best revival had in my life i would never be able to net. These guys are just too much better than anything. I could ever be or not aware that you could actually get better kind of add it once. You threw yourself really immersed yourself in it right and kind of intimidated by the thought of competing against those guys at the time so fell into judging judge met some competitors and then The thing that i took for granted to was east guys are in barbecue cities. This was a major mistaker. Underestimation that i made at the time was a lot of these volumes. Were in the cities that we talked about where they have a lot of tourists since Five percent of our business coming like literally coming to the city for barbecue totally totally trip for barbecue place. Just go to their place right and over for our place. Nobody's doing that for anyone in colorado. Also i bass underestimated what we could potentially do based on the excitement of like holy cow. blown away with the volume. That that you guys are doing but through a lot of hard work through a lot of Perseverance through a lot of tenacity It just getting better every single day. I'm very proud of what we've accomplished. So far in as little as five years and i'm super excited for the future like i'm super excited just to continue to just get after it and and see what we can do so i have a story i'll tell you We my wife's families there from bulgaria. They were over here last year for the holidays. Might wife's father and my wife's mother and they wanted lobster so like okay great. We're going to go and get some. Fresh lobster went down to valley farm derek shop and got some great lobster. And then you know. I haven't cooked lobster in a long time and i was like you know what i'm just going to google. Let's howdy grill lobster. Tail and sure enough jason billion views breath fuck is going on and it was a phenomenal video. We made the lobster tail tasted delicious. Why did you make a youtube channel. And how do you make a barbecue. Youtube channel also trying to learn. How many good youtube channel ranch making those videos. Probably about about seven years or so ago. I started having kids with with heidi. And we're collecting all this footage of all these pictures and then from pictures that he bought in video. And i was getting all these these little seven second ten seconds videos of of the kids as we do with all this all this stuff. So it's like. Oh man i can learn how to make videos and then we can put together videos like if we take a trip back to single louis from make video of our trip from saint that single strip by putting a collection of all these small videos together and it would tell the story of the trip. So that's how it all started so ironically. I taught myself how to make those videos by watching youtube videos. And then since barbecue is really my my passionate what. I was most interested in at the time watching all these other youtube videos. I remember watching malcolm in the early one of the other guys like rbq. East of san diego guy. You know gray. i dunno graham. Oh i should probably introduced Guys to but breaks out in san diego in greatest one of the very first youtube or guys like you would have great segment is having great on talking about that kind of stuff. And i remember watching a lot of those guys again being very inspired by then thanking them thinking of them as very cool that same kind of Dealing a guy by looking at those competition barbecue areas. I'm like wow look at these guys putting out these these these masters of the backyard trading all this really bring barbecue in and teaching me how to do it and you get that sense of. Reciprocity almost fight like well. Thank you for teaching me how to cook food and so i thought oh what the heck. Let's make a couple of videos and put that out there in one of the things that that got out of that the most was the connection you got from the other barbecue. Youtube graders and there'll be different types of groups where you'd send messages back and forth. United started developing really good relationships with with the other youtube barbecue raiders and that was free and were helping each other out. Give each other tips feedback and all that and that was more just a thing for fine onto just create with other arctic connect with other bowl who are passionate about trying to stop off and just kind of i just i mean i d. I would never really took it seriously. My very first bowl doing it was just trying to get to a hundred subscribers. Got to hunters. Subscribers get two thousand subscribers got two thousand subscribers in like holy cow we actually ever gets ten thousand subscribers and then it got to ten thousand subscribers and then i networked with a a youtube a guy who puts out a videos to teach people how to make make you tubes youtube excuse me to content and we became a friends and i just got burnt out on it making youtube videos. A ton of work right it is. It is a serious job. It is a fulltime job for two hundred percent. You can't get into it thinking you're going to make money or anything like that. It's because it's a passion project you gotta love doing. It and i had the restaurants the kids the kids had their events in all. It's all the time when i was making these videos. That kids were little and he didn't see him in the early videos that run around the house with the background. Sometimes they're in it and all that and we're just doing it on the weekends domain. Whatever food i was cooking but as they got older they had sporting events they had different things. I just didn't have the time to do that. So i took a couple years off for making the youtube videos and if i was going to consider myself a youtube creator. That's probably the biggest mistake within youtube. Youtube loves consistency of the the craters. That's continually putting out product aweso that People are subscribing accumulating watch time on their videos and so now i just buyer that back up again probably about two or three months ago. It really does feel out mitch. Starting from scratch all over again. I wish i would have found a way to try to keep those going for those couple years. I took off but it was. It was too hard and talked about earlier is too hard balancing all of that kind of stuff time. Just wasn't there on the weekends on wall. Got great insight. Because that's what we've found in the podcasting space in the instagram space. That take like you name. It on. Social media platform is always better. The more you give it in the more consistent you give it. But it's goes back to a time allocation out of you produce original content made specific for that platform because making a youtube. Video is different than making a tiktok video. Yes knowing like understanding the nuances of both of those platforms are trying to repurpose content. Yes it works sometimes but really tiktok wants to talk content top. You can go and share it on instagram but really instagram reels wants instagram real content. That's ultimately the challenge that all of us all of us face. And i think it's a challenge but for me it's exciting. It's exciting because it's a level playing field for everybody. I mean really is. There's never been a time where no matter who you hire. You still have to stay on top of marketing. I mean it's in your blood. Marketing and sales is in your blunts. No matter what your art of your part of that story you're part of that documenting process net scary to let that go. Hand that off to someone else. i mean. that's that's just like the barbecue you cook it Allow somebody else to cook it. You cut it to allow somebody else to cut it are. Is it going to be the same way. Done the same way that you would do it in your name on the on the wall. It's your reputation. it's your money. That's that's at risk you know and it's it's scary to hand in that stuff off so to other people what What kind of anything. New ne- new app that you're using that you're excited about our new technology. I get excited about all of wanna be both but you said you know you get them all you play around with me. See what the potential is you see. What the audience is you talked about. And see what kind of time investment it would take to create the content that you need to create in order to stick out on there. You see what kind of engagement you can get from the people that are on there and one of the things that i'd never done a good job at is really dedicated myself to just just one. I masturbated i'm all over the place. I'm doing i'm doing a little bit of everything versus just a whole lot in just just one thing and It i. I don't i'm trying to think right now. If there's anything i'm like excited about a linked in got into linked and maybe about two and a half months ago but i'm not getting any traction on there in i think part of the reason is is that a lot of my industry is not in there at all so if i talk about restaurant related stop. It's not practical. A lot of the other that are that are on there. If i put a video about cooking on their that people aren't they don't care about that that are on their on their to network with other people. They're on their on their to to make inroads whenever business. They're they're working on or whatever industry they're in but it's it's not. It's not a good one for for restaurant people. But i enjoy it. Because it's it's it's just business stuff. You don't get a lot of political stock. You don't get a lot of the other distracting kind of stop enjoy business in general not just restaurant steps like do you enjoy seem a lot of the different content. That's going on just just in business so as as a consumer i'm really enjoying lead-in by as someone trying to grow an audio answered growing influence. Not it's only been two months. I'm not it's just friends and people. I know where people want my business that are other vendors vendors that are engaging with me. I'm not really getting any traction on there. But i am excited. I created a g. Tube page on unlinked in about a month ago again. I just haven't had the time like you said there's there's different pieces of content for different platforms. You gotta reedit repurpose it to put it on there. It's like all my god it's just. It's just so exhausting. So i am excited to get this other person on board and maybe with some of that i do think our business profile on lincoln is people. They still go to work while not so much right now. But they're still in their home office. They still got an eat if we can do a good job of setting up our content on their news. There's really not a lot of restaurants at all utilizing linked in business pages yet that if we can start getting our content out there i think you can get a lot of usenet can start driving some awareness driving Some people into our restaurants in may be offering some incentives to go ahead and order right now online. Get our food taking a real quickly. But that's that. I see that as opportunity. Something i'm very excited to try here in twenty twenty one and i'm gonna give it. I'm gonna give a full go. I'm gonna go probably four to six months consistently putting out content on those linked in a business pages to see if we can get some traction on that another thing too is. I've been pretty good about email. Database would over thirty thousand email addresses in in our database which is great. I mean those are those are denver yard readers. And so whenever i need to get something done i send a message out to all of them and we can get like if i need to do to get some sales quick. I can offer incentive onto them wing to sales really quick nets. What's really satellite through kobe. Through those first couple months of uncertainty with that. But i i try tax. I haven't done anything with texts. I started to Be a subscriber on some other big brands text marketing to kind of get a feel for how they communicate in what they do that. So we're going to give that a shot here in twenty twenty one also but anything. That's out there sean. I mean like you. I give it a shot see how it goes and if it works then we'll keep doing it if it doesn't will be it and try something different. I think it's it's really important to beta test. I mean it's more to touch things and taste them and see how it is as a consumer like you said like it. If i don't like it if i don't like how it feels if i don't like how it tastes. I don't like the feeling of it. Then we're not going to do it. But if i knew like and somebody that's a brand that senate different industry is doing it away. Email marketing in a way text messaging away putting out content on linked in in a certain way. If it looks good then we're going to try it we're gonna because that's the power of exactly all this stuff that we're talking about is that there's there isn't there as far as we've come. We are so early. Yes we are so early just unbelievable and we have to reemphasize at every single show but we are so early. That now is the time for people to get involved and you can get involved. You can open up restaurants a fraction of the price that you and i had opened up restaurants virtual once i find it super expensive out here for the brick and mortar about. I thought california was extensive. What's going on over in colorado development. That's happening in construction. Is crazy like i thought this would come down They i mean. They stayed the same a lot of the raw materials. Terrace on them are are expensive. But we don't have the skills sub sub contractors out here that the cost of construction is super high that it's it's sad. It's sad to seek. What i thought was such a great industry in a great opportunity for chance for people to to to capture the american dream and start their own business. It's sad to see a gap point words now pricing out so many people because there's lots of people that have the will they have the snazzy they have the ability to do it but you're just christ out of it don't you don't you see the supply and demand is going to change. I mean they're the inventory it. It's the same here. We have landlords here we have commercial brokers here. They tell me this is how much it's gonna constant. I just know that that's not true. They're operating off off of old prices and those old prices. They're just not no one's going to look for the five thousand square foot restaurant next beach. That's not the restaurant that i'm looking for five years ago. Yeah you might have convinced me that that would be a great decision for me to go. Make an open up our second unit like that. I'm not looking for that. And i also think that all things are like temporary to what might be the case right now that can change in two or three years and in those places said you talk by. There could be some great value there whether they chop them up into two different places. Who knows what what happens with all the to buy it it. Just it just saddens me to see What what. I think could be a great opportunity for a lot of people to own their own business to realize the american dream It's so difficult for them. You just get suffocated with the initial startup costs in and i feel like we were very lucky that when i first started doing this when i i kinda got into this little over six years ago. That wasn't the case. I mean people right now Their jobs will drop it. The idea of eighteen dollars foot rent like looking at third place right now in. I mean i can't find anything anything under thirty two to thirty five dollars in a in a decent place in both places right now. Our place a in place be zero visibility. And that and that's always been kind nice about barbecues. you can get away with a restaurant with zero visibility. People will go make the extra turn drive the extra mile to to go. Get it based on the word of mouth and in what they hear about the a word of internet the internet. Yeah yeah definitely i mean. Internet makes it a playing field if you get after it for for a lot of people and i recommend everybody to embrace it and not not to be scared away Get out there and do it. But it's it takes a lot because now you're putting yourself out there. People are going to judge. You know they're gonna they're gonna make up ideas about you and you're going to be evaluated right now you gotta get on there to stop putting your food out there but people want to connect with you and a lot of them are just afraid of how they're going to be judged stuff like that and now is like the line line a mile long people. Think i'm an idiot or think. I'm stupid or it's think i'm lucky. Or whatever and there's plenty of room for more people like that but you can't let that fraction of eight to ten to fifteen percent of the people determine your fate or your outcome you gotta think about the the eighty percent of people that are thankful that you're doing what you're doing that when it gets to know you they want to support you. People people get crazy about their favorite brands. I mean they they want to support you. They want to see you succeed. I mean we get so many messages from people like to so excited and so happy that were not closing during ovid that were doing okay and i think innately inside people. People want to help other people stop. It breaks my heart to see people us too scared to put themselves out there on social media for fear of that five to ten percent of the people most of the people. They're not even gonna say that to your face they're gonna say behind your face so it's no big deal anyway. There's just talking about you that you're never going to hear about it but just accept it for what it is in no matter. What a certain amount of people aren't going to let you buy your relationships your past girlfriends or boyfriends if you're listening to save several them may or may not like your whatever the kids went to school. There's always gonna be people that don't like people when you're doing it. Maybe they don't like you because they're jealous of what you're doing. And they wished they were doing. Or maybe it's who knows what it is several different reasons. But i just don't think that that's a good enough reason to not put yourself out there in my worry is. I just don't want to be older. Regret not doing different things. Because i was scared or as fearful of doing something. You just got to do it in it. S comments i think that's that's phenomenal advice. I can't tell you how many conversations i have with people that i love and respect that have incredible businesses that are trying to scale their businesses. Yet they're nowhere to be found on the internet right rent a traditional type business. They do marketing in a certain way. And you know the answers. It's right in their pocket. It's the answer's right in your pocket and like you said the worst thing that can happen as it could be twenty thirty ten years down the line and you realize all these new industries have been created all these new businesses have been created in old Old offline business where people are now talking to the camera. Other talking on tiktok. They're talking on clubhouse whatever the platform is you name the platform. It's it's simple it's video it's audio is written word in it's images like forget about the logo the problems we attach like. Oh i feel this way about facebook. Feel this way about yelp or i feel this way about twitter like get over your feelings and just start talking and letting people know who you are and what you do to your point. You know what the secret is that he already judged you anyways the the internet coming on the internet has nothing to do with their judge. They've already judged you who you are. Yes i agree in. They're gonna judge within their first five seconds to listen to the scale of the longer. Don i'm done with that. Exactly like the visor. He's wearing today. I don't definitely is the jason. How how can how can our friends Find you where we're online. What's your favorite digital playground that you're you're actively arm. The most is my personal instagram's let's just adjacent J. so nba nhl indelicate delicate mentioned earlier leaked in. I check in on my lincoln account probably two or three times a day. facebook i don't really do a whole lot of baseball. Go on more on the g. Two page on facebook twitter. I don't really do a whole lot on twitter. Got a twitter account youtube by minute now every single day checking out. What but my buddies are doing what they're different ages and trying to learn. Learn from it too and win. Win is the denver barbecue festival. Let's forget about covert but typically winners it. And how do people get tickets. Because i i know that that's on my list. I dunno off john. that'd be fine. Oh yeah i'm coming for sure off good this year. I don't know. I don't know it's going to happen with. I've got a three. I'm going to three and a half year old and a one and a half year old so were dealer deepen the toddler stage. Don't seeing a couple of years that you know a true down with four kids you know. Different barbecue vessels ever every year at father's day weekend. That's like an. I can get away with the father's day gifts to jason each an incredible barak probably make you don't boulder to awesome. That'd be great but we appreciate you. Thank you guys for listening up. Please follow jason on those platforms. Interact with them and stay curious. Get involved and don't be afraid to ask for help.

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The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis-05/27/20 Full Show

The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

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The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis-05/27/20 Full Show

"Carlstrom. The most comfortable call you. Hello Hi. How you doing. Gary Lewis with you hope you had a fantastic weekend got electricity paying homage respect. In all like me of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice? And and now we are back. Of course it is your morning ritual with me. Gary Lewis Cayenne, spam seven hundred eighty two sons most. Stimulating talk, and there are three things I think you need to know? Number One right off the Bat Martha mcsally cancel the interview. That's I. Think a big thing you need to know and we'll get into that in just a second, but she did cancel the interview. You probably were expecting that I. Wait till you hear the background about it. Okay I'm just just. It's very important, and if you if you think that I'm tough on more than somehow I'm GonNa make more. Kelly Wins Martha and her lack of action or whatever it is. You go right ahead and believe that I have nothing else for you. But but yeah, that's that's. That's the first thing. That's a big deal right now. Second thing that I think you need to know saw this. Poll out seventy five percent of swing. Voters say they're going to vote on issues how they feel about president trump. oh! Third thing that I think you need to know or reports that apparently Joe Biden. Going to switch it up and focus you ready for this now he is going to focus on the economy and trying to convince people that he will do a better job. On rebuilding the economy. Then president trump, of course all he talks is killing jobs in that industry in Andrew here and fracking there and this, and that and this and that what is he? GonNa get. Is he going to get? Is he going to get? Some great knowledge dropped on him by the great economists known as the Bernie Sanders says he drives to get his votes. Boy! And Joe Biden, apparently still committed be Joe Biden. Three thinks I think you need to know. So listen I hinted at it last week, said there could be a big thing on Tuesday morning at seven twelve. And some people sending messages and got a right, but I didn't respond. So here's situation. Any this is where don't blame me and don't get mad at me. Martha, mcsally has apparently written a new book. If, you don't know what it's called. It's called I'm Jeff Flake in a skirt. No sorry it's. This won't come on your show. Garrett yeah sure. Sure So! She's written a new book. And she has. She has decided to go any book tour. A bookstore. You tore of radio stations promoting her book. So. It looks like she actually is going to be spending more time promoting her book than Actually Brandy Mark Kelly a business partner of the Communists, communist Chinese but what you know, it's just facts. Are Facts right? So an email is sent to Ryan. What was it last like Wednesday or something like that? WHO's days? There you go and there's her, I guess her her book. Company contacted a a A company, let's just say that does offers radio bookings so all of a sudden thrown out there? Hey, Martha mcsally a new book. She'll be available in six minute increments. Nine am and eleven am on Tuesday. May Twenty sixth with like? Slot so Ryan within eight seconds response yes. And gave it away prime slot. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, here, anyone. He requested he prime slot, which was about what is nine and eleven eastern, so it's about ten twelve in the morning. Arizona Eastern time seven twelve. Arizona time. And we got back. I think it was the next day confirmation. And Right Away Ryan and I both know that obviously her people don't know about this. You, know they basically. There's a publishing company going to A. Company that does radio interviews arranges for them. They went to it and more probably agreed. Yeah, you're paying me to write this book. No one's going to buy 'em. I I gotta get publicity for it. So yeah, I'll whatever you set it up. I'll talk about it. I will talk about it. and. We got more confirmation Friday afternoon. They actually sent down the list to us. Yeah of every station I have it every station. That Martha is going to be on today and I still didn't say anything so apparently didn't give Martha any heads up. What's how this works at Martha's going to go? Sit in a studio somewhere. Probably here in I think she was in Tucson, so going to go sit in a radio station or studio somewhere here and put on headphones and they're gonNA they're gonNA call each station for six minutes. Hey, we have. Senator resigned the line Gary to talk to you about her book. and. They're gonNA for six minutes, and then she's going to say thank you very much. They're gonNA hang up next. That's how this works. So Friday! Friday night or Friday doing Ryan since the email Friday actually about lunchtime Friday. Here. Is Your Interview Reminder Short interview window and apply coca and he says please keep your call a six minutes. Thank you. Now just so you know, we were the only Arizona radio station on the list. So she represents Arizona is in a dogfight, actually even dogfight. She's getting smoked. By the COMMIE. She, shows no fight back. And, she's going on a radio book tour. I'm all about people making money. I get it, but I mean. She was appointed to this. She's trying to cash in and being a senator while lasts. So. She's going to be talking to radio stations in Charlotte Youngstown Ohio. Some station I've never heard of in New York Metro, it says. Minneapolis Saint Cloud Denver Pittsburgh. Dash Wheeling Pennsylvania. Waco. Casper Wyoming Chicago. New York Rome, Georgia and Wichita Kansas. So. Listen If. I didn't send out a social media post yesterday saying that. I am going to interview Martha Sally at Seven, twelve and for six minutes. If I didn't do that and listen I'm there let you know what's coming up on the show? When there's something you know somewhat unusual and big, and because always great. So, if I didn't send out that social media post on facebook and twitter. What would have happened is that? She would have literally. We would've sat here at seven twelve and not received a phone call. Like that's what it would have been. There would have been no phone call. Where shows even actually have headphones is Dan. It's actually just be on the phone, so. I decided to have a little experiment. Any I sent out. Even if you don't know, we're supposed to more than on the show this morning at seven twelve and listen. Whether she comes on the show or not. It doesn't eight doesn't matter right. It just doesn't matter. Okay the show is going to be good. No matter what I don't. I don't need someone to guess only problem and hance the show. So. I sent out a tweet and a facebook post about the within a couple of minutes of each other right. And I sent it out yesterday. Probably won't see the exact time. It'd be nice. Let me go to my twitter real quick, and because the exact time of this twitter post. Okay. Five forty eight PM Yesterday. I tweet out so senator mix. Sally is supposed to call my show tomorrow morning at seven twelve am for six minutes. It should be interesting. Immediately by the way on facebook and twitter. She's GONNA cancel. She's GONNA cancel. Let's take bets, not me. People know what our track record is. So, That was a five forty eight PM then I get! An email actually get a phone call from Ryan I'm over at a friend's house and chaser on my two year old phone rings. I don't get it because I'm chasing my two year old and then immediately, if the phones upbringing to get Ding Ding I'm like I must be important, so I go to grab my phone and let my two year old. Go play with matches broken glass and Ryan's I. Call Me. So I call him, and he says your reputation precedes you. I said. What is this? Check your email just got the cancellation of the mkx sally interviews. You've gotta be kidding me so I sent that at five forty eight PM. Six twenty seven thirty nine minutes later. Ryan gets an email. Ryan sorry for the late notice, but we've been formed that the senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow, so we have to cancel the interview apologies. This is not I am not ruining this for Martha mcsally. Martha Sally is ruining this from Martha mcsally. I'm, a, constituent. I speak to a lot of people here in Arizona. She works for us. She would prefer not to speak with Gary. I thought she's not afraid of. She took on terrorists. You're not afraid to liberals. Didn't she? Say That I mean. She said that in when she decided to run for Senate, didn't she say that I think there was something like that? That's what it was so. I'm confused. Well I let us let me Let me make it clear and help unconfirmed you. Okay our hearing none. Come on what's going on here. She's running rela pair. Get the job done. There you go over, and then after taking on terrorists and combat. The liberals in the Senate won't scare me one bit. The senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow. We've to cancel the interview. She really screwed up this time. The wasn't to be easy for her. But I'm sure flying a fighter jet as she calls it in combat. was probably on more tough than listen some SCHLEP. Ask questions from Tucson right. So Martha cancels. She runs. That's what she does. She runs from CNN. She runs from NBC. We played that sound bite on Friday. And now she's running from our our microphone. Does that inspire confidence for you to vote for her. And by the way more I would love to speak to the people that actually are mad at me for this I want to hear the logic. She has a track record of this. Listen here we go, and says CNN tried to talk to Republican senators simple question. Is it okay for president trump to ask Ukraine to investigate political rivals center? Martha, mcsally literally went around the capital around park cars everything to avoid cameras. A her hurried, said no climate. San! And then, and then you put Casey Hunt from from Friday. If you missed that one casey hunt, we're really late, but Casey haunt said the same thing whenever I still Mike in a phrase. Ask about trump's. She runs away. Don't blame me here. We go you. Tell me what you don't want to do when we get back when we get back just and you WanNa, comment, you feel free. Eight, eight zero. K S, T, eight, eight, zero, five, six, seven, eight. You know it's very easy what she could have done I'll talk about that, too. Holy smokes. You know she really could use this opportunity. She rented. Shut me up. Not have been fine. It's really it's really sad. It really said we'll continue. Do not go anywhere morning. Ritual Gear Lewis Can S. T. seven hundred or go to Aero exterminators DOT COM. Excellent Work Ryan. Excellent Work Ryan. Garrett Lewis with you we are going to have. Bumper music rejoin music as we call it all show long. It's all going to have the theme of running. Running in honor of Martha Macron. Mix Silence. How can you say this? You're the reason I enough enough of that already. Like what more do you need to know, right? What more do you need to know? This is, this is insane. What's going on right now? I have never seen anything like this. In my life, there are people that won't come on the show I get. If Lake didn't WANNA do she won't come up. They don't to answer tough questions. By the way sixty four outside going to be ninety nine day one. Oh three! We're in triple digits for the next bunch of days could be one of six on Friday one three tomorrow. Let's play just in case you missed it. It's not just me Casey on this is why we sit back and I wanted to ask the senator. Why what are you doing to earn back? The trust of trump's supporters don't trust you. Doug Ducey by seventeen lost by two. What are you doing? What is your plan to win them over? We don't see you supporting the president. It seems phony. Listen to what MSNBC reporter. Casey Hunt said Friday morning morning. Just face here. We go, Joe. There have been many many times in the last year where I have stuck a microphone in the general direction of a cory, Gardner or Susan Collins or Martha mcsally in particular and try to ask him about President trump and a usually run as quickly as possible the other direction. And she won't answer questions with the only station that actually. Said sure we'll take her. and. She won't talk and she's out pumping her book. As the seed in Arizona is, I may go blue. She's leading the A, com sympathizer business partner destroy her. And instead of fighting the good fight, she's out there trying to sell a frigging book. What are you over under thousand copies? What do you think under? Under. So flake was the last senator and he tried selling a book, and it's all like two thousand copies. Nobody cares. Mix I. Know What's going to happen silence. True colors are gonNA. Come Out! I'm telling you as soon as she loses, she'll try to get a GIG at CNN. Because she promised to bash the president. Disagree and what? It was like and Blah Blah Blah just like all these other Republicans. She's not the only one by the way so flake got smoked, and he went to be a commentator on CNN CBS and whatever? then. You had that that congresswoman from me. A loved member her. She lost she was this. All Look at? This is a black woman conservative. She was globalist as globalist can be. She hated trump. And then she got smoked in her reelection. Right she. In her re election, and then, what does she do? She goes to see it entity. Bash trump. They'll all do it. It's always somebody else's fault. It's not just Martha that does it. Right, it's not just hers. Eight zero S T eight, zero, five, six seventy, doesn't she should answer our questions? Again come on the show, and said you know Garrett I, know you give me a hard time. It's your right to give me a hard time. I totally understand it. We can agree to disagree on certain things, but let me tell you what I'm doing to win. Let me tell you why people should support me. This is what I think about China is. Kelly. This is how I have supported the president. She totally shut me up and only. And I would have been very respectful by the way. Yes Ryan Ryan. We're talking Friday. And I said as much. They want to be a wise guy. Just literally be as professional as possible which I would have been. It's not a hard thing to do right to beat breath for professionals I can and ask questions and let her answer that that's what that's what you do. just to give you a little heads up. I mean too many people on TV and radio try to ask questions to make themselves seem smart. You gotta ask questions to get the answer, and sometimes they give good answers. You're like okay, sometimes they hang themselves. What does it say that she won't even come on and answer any questions sets for six minutes? It's crazy. Let's jump at Ted. Ted Welcome to canister. Pay, more get. She's got nothing to say I. WanNa Hear Anyway. I can't imagine anything she says I. Don't want. Hear especially you about to sell a book. But see if I heard you guys like this morning. This was the only Arizona radio stations you talk to. And now she's uninvolved anybody in Arizona. Well, we were the only ones on the list from Arizona. She she's GonNa have a good time talking to my peeps in in Waco for my old stomping grounds apparently, and then somewhere in Wyoming in that that's going to help her with a reelection. Right somewhere in Pittsburgh and wheeling Pennsylvania. That's going to help her with a reelection. Electorate is selling a book that nobody's GonNa buy has. Yep Yeah. You got it. That senator. My fault my bad. Yup, you're right. She's your fears of big big fighter pilot. Thank you Ted my fault, my bad. I'm the one that's making her. Do All these bad decisions snow? Gary? How is terrible? Well, there's that. There is that so Martha Mix silent cancels. We'll talk about it throughout the show. Do not go anywhere. We'll continue to take your calls on this. Eight eight zero. Eight, eight, zero, five six seven eighths, but other things to get to as well including Regina. Memorial Day tweet which is one for the ages and so much more. Don't go anywhere Sherwood on Kennedy. She. She. Boy. Well there's that. Jerry Lewis with you can spam seven ninety two sons most emulated. I got I love it. runaway rejoin songs. as we talk about our senator. Senator Martha MC GUMP as she run since you run so far. into another one we're going to have coming up. Now. We have a a mayor here. In Tucson that is. Can you literally politicize memorial? Day To be a social justice holiday. You probably can't. But she can not only did Regina Regina Romero the radical nuts. She is not only did she politicize Memorial Day and try to make it a social justice holiday. She fought English in the same tweet. Maybe, you can explain to me what exactly she means. Okay I'll take facebook shot of it and put up my page I actually think facebook shot of the the email that. Ryan received last night of seeing the senator doesn't want would prefer not to speak to Garrett. I think great I'll stick that up there during the break, but Regina tweeted out this Memorial Day and every day. We must fight for democracy. Equality. And Justice for all. In order to properly recognize the sacrifice, our social, our soldiers gave in their defense. We, what? What does that even mean? They gave in their defense the defense of what? They gave the ultimate sacrifice to keep freedom in the country. Freedom. But. She tried to make it a social justice holiday, and then who knows what the hell? She meant. I don't even know if she knows. To properly recognize the sacrifice, our soldiers gave in their defense, the defense of what democracy equality injustice. Was! What I mean. Just it shameful, absolutely shameful. Don't we'll do more on that. As well I got some Biden news the reaction to Joe Biden. Lack of coverage as well San if you don't vote for me, really black. Only smokes. Of course, just like the accusation of the women had said that Joe Biden sexually assaulted me and now they all believe her, but they're still going to vote for Biden or maybe they don't believe her, but they're still gonNa vote for Biden Johan. Omer said she believes her still gonNa vote for Biden. What a feminist! She is right! The reaction from people about what Joe Biden said, including an epic one from the NUTJOB. We heard from her in a while. Sheila Jackson, Lee. All coming up right here and Israel supply dot com. Yes Gerald Lewis with you here. Can Spam seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk, all runaway rejoins because three things I think you need to know number one. The fact that Martha Thematic silent was supposed to be on this show at seven twelve this morning, but we got an email thirty nine minutes after I posted about it on social media to tell people she'll be on the show. We got the cancellation. We got the cancellation The email said she would prefer not to speak with me. She's on a radio tour. We were the only station Arizona that actually asked for her, and she's on a radio tour to sell her book. As more Kelly's beating her. Like a rented mule can only hope that Danny McCarthy does something second thing. What is true? I can't say that second thing I think you need to know. Is that seventy five percent of independent say they're going to vote on the issues not on if they like trump, don't like trump, which is of course, absolutely terrible news, right? Terrible News. For Joe. Biden and Democrats terrible news, but they have bigger problems. Anyway. We'll get to those in a interested third thing. I think you need to know how about this one actually anti fouled. She had a nowhere on. Friday comes out and says you know we can. We can have some irreparable damage if we keep it alive that we whenever we were never meant to be in lockdown this long. You're the one that said it. He said no sports. Hands ever again. We can't do anything till there's a vaccine and all of a sudden guys changing his tune. He has never been right about over the weekend. I Andrew. Cuomo said I. Don't do predictions because all the models were wrong now they're all saying it. Three, things I think you need to know. We got the fancy sound bite. We'll play it. Eventually. So we'll do more Mix island in the next hour, but Joe Biden after Joe. Biden said what he said. Do, you have. Do you have the Joe? Biden's greatest hits Ryan, do you? Do you have those ready to go from? You have the one where he talked. I just got in context. We can't just not play it. You know if you ain't black. I mean this. This is crazy. You Ready. You got it okay. This is what he said to radio Charlemagne listen to this listen. You gotta come see when you come to. New York bp by. It's a long way until November, we got more questions. You've got more questions. I tell it if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor, trump and you ain't black. Wow. So got quite a bit of backlash. Shockingly right, I mean it's. He went through for the votes. Listen Charlemagne hardcore left. He hates trump. It's crazy i. mean he actually asked better question? The media he doesn't hold back is I got nothing to lose I don't care. which is good for him? He has of course the wrong. I mean I disagree with him ideologically right? So, he talked about smoking weed while. On charlemagne show to try to get some voters same show again. We're Hillary. Clinton had hot sauce on her purse. Just listen Listen to this. I think Becky I think got decades and decades and studies from actual league. Smokers though. Yeah I. DO I know a lot of weed smokers? Like my Buddy Barack I've just want to it just in case you missed all this on Friday and then one more, he went on CNBC and said he is He's jumping on the trump train. Listen I swear. This is incredible. Stuff radio just. Thousand. To say you're going to govern as a progressive and enact programs in the mode of Sanders, and Warren, and if so, what does that say to either moderate Democrats or independence or even? Some Republicans dissatisfied with President Trump. I'm prepared to say that I have a record of over forty years. And that I'm going to be Joe Biden. Who? So that happened anyway so about the whole black thing I mean how horrendous and his response was. I should have been cavalier I said it in jest. No I think you pretty much said that man. If you're black, you know vote, not really black I mean come on, it's just it's a no brainer would listen. Black people don't think for yourselves is what you do you over Democrats. Wow. Wow so anyway, let's get He is a little montage for you of how the Democrats decided to forgive him amazing, right amazing. They make up everything about trump being racist, and they run with it. I mean the media ran with him. Being a Russian agent for three years for God's Sakes Joe Biden actually says something very racist. It is racist. And now all of a sudden. It's okay I mean it's just it's just Joe. That's just all it is. It's Joe. One Oh three Ryan, we listen to this. You know I'm a little revved up. Okay, because this is a distraction by Bison spoke. To his comments on the best club be apologize. He clarified. He said he should have been so cavalier. We need to move on to talk about the issues. And what's really at stake there? vice-presidents shouldn't have said it. He apologized for it, but I really think the goal and the nerve. President trump I believe that Joe Biden was incorrect in and saying the statement. You Ain't black but also believe that his apology was sufficient. Given Lindley he was saying I'm sorry. I apologize to his. Credit Joe Biden recognized within minutes that he had gotten carried away. I think he has apologized. He should have apologized. It was like one of those jokes just falls flat. Almost the end of the interview and you need to understand the context are being. He apologized for. Move. I mean. We can obsess on this. In in the scheme of things. Not Going it's not amount to diddly squat. Says the White James, Carville. Now you heard Joe Biden. Say What he said, right? You heard him say it. You're. Trying to decide who's going to have over between trump and me ain't really black. Sheila jackson-lee. who is out of her mind continues to get reelected by people Houston. Congresswoman one. Oh, four claims that Joe Biden didn't actually say it didn't really seem really say it I mean listen to this Sheila jackson-lee here we go. I don't believe anyone who saw that exchange would in any way suggests at anyone is black black is. Black. That exchange was ingest, but on second thoughts I have been. On a spoken different than. He didn't really say that. He actually did. She was on Bret Baier shirt, and she ramble on for minute at the end. He's like listen. He actually did say that. But thank you for coming on the show accidents. So now by the way. The trump campaign is selling. You Ain't black enough t shirts. Brilliant. I mean they're branding Biden for what he is. He's an old racist. He said things about I mean remember the black. He said two black people that the Republicans WanNa. Put you back in chains. We have adult sound bite. He made the comments that you can't go to a seven eleven. Let's have a slight Indian accent i. mean all these things he's. So proud to get awards and work with racist senators. Will Democrat Racist Senators back in the seventies. It goes on and on Kamala Harris. Call them a racist at a debate. Didn't really have the trump campaign brilliantly is pouncing on this. And there's only you ain't black. Enough t shirts. They got the quote I. Mean It's all in there? It's beautiful. It's so well played. So Simone Sanders. WHO said he said it and Jessica. She's a spokesman for the Biden campaign one on Al Sharpton Show MSNBC. Playboy and guess what this is what she said about the one zero seven, the selling of the black enough t shirts listen to this. Frankly, it's dismiss the stick -able. It's disgusting and it's a distraction. That's the disgusting thing. That's the despicable thing what Joe Biden said he was ingest. It was ingest. Was Ingest. Break. I have more coming up. It's so good it's so good. Do not go anywhere morning ritual. Gary Lewis Kfi am seven seventy. Tucson's muggy ghetto plumbing. St. From, the region studio, your local fiduciary trajan wealth dot com. Am Seven. Kostrov bill of both comfortable call. Gary Lewis with you here can S. T. A. M seventy? Tucson's most stimulating talk guides Tuesday. Might feel like a Monday who knows. Three things I think you need to know brought to you by strong bill, plumbing, air and solar. Number One more thick. Sally canceled her interviews. You're supposed to have on in four minutes on this station five minutes whatever it is. Hinted at a last week she's pushing her book. We were offered through a third party company. The chance to get her on, we said yes, and I said the the social media message last night at five forty eight. That she's going to be on the show for six minutes. Thirty nine minutes later rang the cancellation email. Martha would prefer not to talk. To Garrett would prefer not to speak to Garrett. which that's okay, that's all right. Maybe maybe she's like Joe. Biden. And it's like. You. You Ain't conservative enough I. Don't know second thing I. Think you need to know is that the market is up big time as more states open. And seventy five percent of swing voters say they are going to vote on issues, not on their personal feelings of trump. That's a big deal that goes against all all the. All the Democrats could hope for said that's it. That's IT and Joe. Biden is now gonNa go on these as he can run the economy better than trump i. wish you the best of luck there Joe. Good. Luck third thing I think you need to know. And Vouch -I. Comes out on Friday and says yeah. We could actually do irreparable harm. If we locked down, we weren't. We weren't meant to be locked down for an extended period of time. He's the one that was pushing for it. The whole time the guy goes back and forth. He has never been right once. Which is why by the way the media loves them because they're never right either. Yen agenda to push and that's what it is. How can anybody believe anything? Sky Says Three things I think you need to know serious. Martha was supposed to be on the show again expanded last hour. Just tuning in. A third party company that that that is that was hired to get her on the radio to promote her book. They offered her up to us. And we jumped at it, and honestly where people had no idea. She's sitting at home right now on the phone and she's going to be a bunch stations. We were the only Arizona station. She's going to be in Charlotte. She's going to be in Wichita Kansas. She's going to be. In Pittsburgh and wheeling Pennsylvania new all the places where she's not actually going to get votes. And the put the email on my facebook page on my twitter. So if you follow me there, you'll see it. I sent the the message of five forty eight PM that you should listen six twenty seven pm. noticed, but we have been informed that the senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow, so we have to cancel the interview apologies. That's the third time in a row now. Now, it's not even people doing. It's the third party companies, so somebody must have called Martha. You're. GonNa be Garret show. She's like what. No She got all mad. So we're going to have nothing, but we've been doing it nothing but running songs with the word running it. It's run rejoinders runaway. All Show Long I. Give me the runaround. Exactly runaround sue run around and so if Martha gump now as the and get, she runs from. CNN She runs from NBC and now she runs from us. But. She could take on the the liberals because she's taking on. Terrorists or something so Don't take this the wrong way. But I figured why not We gotta fill pair. Yeah, right I mean thinks about I figured why not have Danny McCarthy on just to give a quick comment about this and talk about things in the news? You can get another a bit of flavor for him as He is taking on Martha in the primary Daniel Good Morning. Man How you doing. Good Morning Gary, you only get six minutes of my time this morning. Now, you know what that was. Not that was not. You know. It was because she was gonNA stations in all these different little cities in the country, and all these other cities, where it doesn't matter so yeah, there was saying she'll gives them two hours to pump book, which by the way would have been two more hours than she would have actually done to a brand Mark Kelly is a communist sympathizer. Well what is your book is dared debate. Is that what the name of the book is dared to debate? The book. Dare to stop this. By the way you can see my new book George. It's coming up at Martha Island. Dot Com. If you go to Martha Silent Dot Com. You can see the new book that we're previewing out there. I'm going to write. A book called their debate. It's going to be all of the all the Times. In which I asked Martha to come to a debate and all the things that we've done. We're going to wait until after the primary season to release the book, but it's GonNa be a big top seller I. I won't do a book to her outside of Arizona because you know by rank. Rank be playing probably won't get that far, but we'll get the job done gauge embarrassing and I'm sorry you're having to go through it man i. mean seriously has a i. serious note about this as someone. That is a listener of yours someone that has observed you very closely over the last nine months. You really deserve an opportunity to speak to your senator so I I think it's embarrassing frankly that this is what's going on in the state of Arizona. You know what I'm not the only one I appreciate that Danny Aines. I'm a constituent. She works for us and she should be able to answer questions, and and she could have easily done well and said look here to give me a hard time. I get it. I signed up for this. You know I'm running for Senate and and I'm in I'm in public office, right? but let me tell you. Garrett Y Y. You're wrong about this. This is why people should over me I've done ABC and she could have literally shut me up. You know she could have shut me up. No, instead she runs away, she can't. She can't shut you up and the reason. Why is because there's so many holes in everything? She says she comes out during campaign season now and tries to brand yourself as something that. That she is not, she has the most liberal voting record or is her freedom index score right now is twenty percent. Let me explain what that means right now. Her Freedom Index score is the same as Kirsten cinemas. Okay, she is no different than a left liberal. She's an infiltrator to our party. She's fake. She's here to make the state. Royal Blue Folks. This primary is the most important primary in the country. There is a conservative. You're talking to right now. Someone that has done the right way I have enough personal resources to get through a primary with no problem I can get through the general with no problem. The moral of the story is that we're taking our government back because bureaucrats like Martha Lie to us. They've continued to lie to us in the Games are over Mars. They can't come on your show care because you would literally pop her campaign and a matter of six minutes in six months. You can't even give you six minutes like you said she could. Were bustard you for six minutes? I mean it's embarrassing. It it it really is Danny McCarthy is on Canada am seven hundred demand Daniel Dot com is the website. I mean look. Let's talk about things enough about her. Now I mean it. It is embarrassing. I I just don't understand I'll never. It's not good. I don't even talk about her anymore. About things in the news I don't know if you saw this or not. I mean you're you're a guy? That's a business owner and i. mean you understand the economy There's a story that I saw the daily wire, had it? It was from politico. Democrats are dreading election scenario Obama's top economists is apparently predicting the best American economic data in history is about to happen. You see I mean. Do you think there's going to be v-shape thing to all of a sudden everything opens, and at least some people can get their jobs back and more business can be created. Well yeah, it's it's GonNa be Really Hard To stop in restrain the pent up. Demand has been created over the last couple of months. You've got a group of people that are very concerned about what just happened. Business leaders that are very concerned. They're starting to realize every single day that goes on. They're getting more confidence again in the markets, so you're going to start to see a natural response to say, wait a second. We need to move forward quicker in and we can. We don't have to comply with this type of new. All that's it's already starting to break. The wheels are coming off that new normal. My concern is frankly Garrett is. Is that some of the bigger organizations? Bigger companies are starting to actually be more Makoni in more Orwellian than the government, even so it's GonNa be nice. I'm saying is though if it's going to be nice, businesses like smaller businesses are going to have an opportunity to thrive right now, because hey, wait a second like my wife said. I don't want to go and just with math gun I'm going to go to the farmer's market. I'M GONNA start circulating my money down to someone at the at the local level where I. Don't have to deal with the drama of going into a mask. All sorts of market opportunities are going to be created because of this new communist normal that they wanNA. Create by the way I want to say something about Martha I know you don't WanNa talk about her. Anymore I wanted something about it. Do you know? She saw in a foreign country for her not to have to win them back out about. You know right now. She's fighting for us to have to wear a mask out about why is it outside of our borders outside of America? She wants people not wearing a mask and here in America. What people were? Just didn't interview the other day where she's wearing. What that big that big mass with a disgrace the! I'm not done with her I'm not even close to them with her. I'm sick and tired of her running around ruin our state and turning it Royal Blues get out of this race. She's GonNa book to Her, and she needs to get out of our state in a bookstore and resigned from office because she's going to lose another Senate intern this date royal blue no more games with Martha. Ample precedent for every single day and in and this is getting. It's getting out of hand, so she's. They're playing chicken with the grass roots. The following that we've created now in the group of people now that are that are wanting this election. Win this election. It needs to go away I I'm very I'm more disturbed about her. Not Eating on this show the Newark probably, but I'm very disappointed in what she did. Can you hang on for me because I want to talk more about your camping? Because people want to note is a really have a chance you know. Is it really happening? At least you answer all the questions I mean. Do you really have a chance as the name recognition? What exactly are you doing to make sure you get this chance? I mean I. Don't know if people realize exactly how hard you're working and I get accused by people by the way ragging on north, and being like a campaign manager for you, which is the most ridiculous thing over but but but. I. Want to I. Want you to go into that? I also want to go into the letter. Thing you're doing and just some more a Konami questions because my wife, and I took our kids out to dinner, Saturday night, and and we observe something that I I, you know and I gotTa Give My wife credit for once. She came up with a statement. That's very interesting about the economy. What we think this whole pandemic might do to it I want. Want I wanNA. Get your take as a business. I come back. Don't go anywhere. we are with Danny McCarthy Demand Daniel Dot com is the website he is here. Martha has chosen to run wonder if she's listening right now. She was supposed to be in this timeslot right now literally like she was supposed to be speaking. What is it seven seventeen? She's supposed to be seeking right now. In just ending now it's seven eighteen six minutes boom done. And instead she really she really blew it again like her instincts are beyond terrible, we'll continue ecksteen forty. Oh boy. We're making friends. We're making a lot of friends Gary Lewis with you here. This we do it for you when it comes down to. Kfi Am. Seven hundred Tucson's most stimulating talk. There listen, there are TV hosts, and there are radio talk show hosts. That much rather be friends they they'd much rather be friends with. With with politician with politicians. So. That's not US I. No offense, I don't WanNa be friends. I. Don't want it, but I'm here to ask questions. I'm here to ask questions. That's it that's it. Let's welcome Danny McCarthy back demand Daniel Dot Com. At least he has the guts to answer questions. You give softballs we. We've talked Shaina last week. Talk a great interview Daniels, week about China and everything he do. We talked about how you do business in China. You use that to your advantage, because people think all of a sudden. If you have a factory where you make things, new import them from China that all of a sudden you the same thing as a Chai Com business partner, which is what mark, Kelly is, which is ridiculous, you know. Part of the reason I got into this racist. Garrett was because of the United. States is mishandling of this trade war that were in with China. There are things that we need to do in order to win. This trade with China I know what those things are. The product that I bring in from China. You can't even get in the United States China has taken over full sectors of our economy. Folks in terms of manufacturing I. I didn't create that mess. I am help I'm. I'm here to help. Take care of bill. I know. Unwind that mess. And I know how to do it a very complex and sophisticated manner as far as winning this race Gary. Let me just explain to your audience. There's never been a Senate candidate in Arizona history that has answered as many questions as I have in the last nine months I've answered more questions than mark. Kelly or or cursing cinema in Martha combined all the players that are currently at Kelli Ward to the mix. The reality of the circumstances I reverse engineered every senate. Race there has been in this state before I got into the race. I've been watching this for a long time. I've been involved with the party for a long time as donor. People say to me Daniel you this much money to do this. I handled more money last year. In manage in managed accounts, I personally manage than most people will ever seen their lifetime. I'm not saying that's a big. I'm not saying that to come down on. On people saying that sound arrogant okay I'm just telling everybody that money is not the problem to win statewide race in Arizona the grassroots. Conservatives are bent. They have a row chairwoman. Okay, whose husband is crazy? They have no talent has come into the party and a long time, and no one wants to get involved Gary why who wants to go through this type of abuse? As far as the money goes as far as running a serious campaign, every organization that I have ever ran I've. The has been extremely successful I run as a shoestring budget I. Don't overinflate the the money in the company. Burn a company to the ground more money than what you have coming in what you're supposed to have coming in well, actually hurt your business. Folks I know you're taught to get loans and those things I run cash and carry companies, so I fund I was willing to fund my primary to get to August which I have clearly done now it's. Were you know forty days away from balloting? The Mail and people keep on talking about Oh man. Is He a serious candidate folks? Over fifty thousand miles across the state I talking to more. Than than anyone had. There's no way you can be, but we've created. We're GONNA win a fantasy for you, guys. It's time to get excited again. They'll never gonNA. Win The Senate seat. We're GONNA break the Democrat Party as soon as you guys. Propel Me Pass Martha. Here's the beauty of what happens as soon as you guys probably pass Marcia. The momentum that we will have traded as as a result of winning this primary the national notoriety that will come with winning his primary. Be isolated so immediately. You're going to see a campaign coming to shape. Are Going to dominate the Democrat Party here in Arizona. They will be broke in four years to come. I'm talking about Mark Kelly. The Marxist Kelly will be. You'll be gone in a couple of weeks. You'll know the writing on the wall like Bloomberg when he dropped out. There wouldn't bloomberg just kind of faded away. He had all those commercials all that money out there, but then all of a sudden he just kind of went away. It's GonNa be the same thing. Probably two to three weeks has helped propel me. Pass the primary market. Lazy the writing on the wall. All this money's going to dry up because people are gonNA realize Arizona's taking government back. I love this daycare. I live here by choice. I love everything about it. I have been everywhere every nook and cranny in this state. I. Give in here. Let me tell you something. My family here I have four beautiful kids okay I. Have Age Ranges From Sixteen to ten I will do anything. I will do anything to make sure those kids get the best America possible. I WANNA see this country's potential. I want to see what my potential is most marked. They're not standing in the way. We are winning for you and your people and you guys. I'm so proud again to help me as a senator. You're you're happy. I'm telling you you'RE GONNA be, amazed. Listen. There's a reason why you know. Listen I'll be critical when I'm critical and I'll ask questions. We'll ask questions, but the reason why I'm not a fan of Martha's based on our actions while I think you do a great job based on your actions, and people can sit back and they could snicker. They can laugh. They can act like they know everything. They're the same ones that also thought. Trump had no chance and twenty sixteen, so. Listen you know that that's what is so explain to people again because he wanted to become secretive about it, you just did it without bragging about it, but I mean I, I, just. I'm not saying just because I like you I. Think you do a good job, but you literally been hustling and your Rv all over the state like just about every day of the week for the past eighteen months, and we talk about what your plan was to hit the right people to try to try to win the primary versus Martha. Sure, so the reality of it was when I looked at the past campaigns and why they failed. It wasn't a money situation of why they failed. Frankly, it was a spending problem. They didn't know how to spend money. Most of them had more money on their hands than they've ever dealt with before, so they were buying things that it inflated price I felt one example for example I mentioned the candidates name, but I looked through their fees. They pay ten times. What I would have paid for what they pay for in Gary. But that was consistent across the entire budget, so when I went through the line item budgets I saw five times more three times more. More sometimes seven times more so as I went through I realized. Wait a second first of all. These people don't know how to manage money because they're spending way more on things that they shouldn't be paying for things I have for free okay things that I have baked dim secondly to that people right when you build a team I, put together the best people immediately inside of my staff that people don't even know work on my staff I've got people that are inside. The are volunteering on my campaign that you'll never know their name. You'll never know who they are, but they are executive thoroughbreds. Okay, these are people that have been millions of dollars with. And and what I'm saying, is that look when I designed to play I didn't care about looking glamorous or looking like a real candidate when I cared about was connecting Arizona and finding out. If I believe is what they believe in guess, what every single day that went by as I talked to hundreds, if not thousands every single day of people I that most of them feel like I, do they're? They're really worried. That federal government is grown over sties there encroaching. Encroaching where they shouldn't be encroaching, they believe that the federal government out of control. Something's going on. People can feel it in their gut I'm telling you right now. People have come to Daniel. There's something wrong instinctively. That's going on here and I said I know that's why I'm here. You see you can't. You can't change timing good timing a good product. There's nothing you can do to stop it in folks. That's just what's going on. Here. I'M GONNA. Tell you this is. is taking a tremendous sacrifice on my family. I've been away from my family more in the past nine months I'm not complaining I'm not complaining I. Look at it like I. WanNa serve this country like nobody's business. I Love I. Look Forward to it. I'm just telling you and your in your audience. We are going to win this primary. There's nothing you can do to stop it and it doesn't matter how much money in the world you throw at it. It'll look just. Just, like Bloomberg, she should reach. She should step down from her position as a senator and go enjoy her book tour and go make money for herself and I she does I hope she has a great lifestyle herself in the future as she served this country, well I'm sure so move on down the road. It's time to have a real constitutional conservative in this office. Bring back the Barry. Goldwater standard that everyone wants to see in Arizona. This is not complicated so. I could go on for days about this. You know I could talk to you all day about this I could I could. I could go on forever I or we have the energy and the enthusiasm and the momentum disturbed zone, extremely well and never ever be beholden to anything except the voters nothing no special interests, no money. Nothing can can persuade as away from the conservative constitutional values that I think everyone's looking for. Out of the United States senator. Can I can. I gotTA. Hold over for one more. If you don't mind, I just want to get you. Get your. Take on on the idea of what this this. This train Chinese virus has done to our economy, and what I what it may do to retail, because I think everything is changing right before is so very very very quickly. I want to get to that and just some more Daniel. McCarthy. DEMAND DANIEL DOT com. He's going to stick with me and I think say about about Martha as well and and let me just. Little facts little in fact here. Martha favorite. Dance The running man book into non. Electric our customers spent a lot more in electrcity at home during the governor. Stay at home order, but overall usage was down. A company spokesman tells the Arizona Daily Star residential usage jumped seven percent from mid marched mid, April, as more people were forced to work and study from home, but total electric usage for the period fell for percentage, many businesses closed. The Arizona Department of Revenue is warning that the extended period to file your state taxes. It's also brought new scams. That department is counted thirteen new schemes since the COVID nineteen. Began I'm Don Ichi Chiquet in St Seven. Ninety Tucson's most stimulate Yeah all right gear Lewis with you. Running a rejoinders all show long because. Martha MC Gump Martha mcsally supposedly with Bayer go three things you need to know number. One Martha was supposed to be on the show at seven twelve this morning. She was supposed to pump her new book. She had an outside third party company. Make the a interview request happen. They offered her. We said yes. And I decided to shared on social media yesterday at five forty eight PM. and. It's six twenty seven PM. Ryan got the email that the senator would prefer not to speak with me. A six minute interview. Six minutes. Where the ovaries go second thing I think you need to know seventy five percent seventy five percent of independence say or I should say say they're voting on issues, not with they like or dislike trump. That is absolutely terrible news for Joe Biden. The Democrats third thing I think you need to know. Is that. Anti fouled. She has now reversed course. Dr Fao g, the scare man. has now come out and said Yeah We. We can have irreparable damage if we keep everything locked up and the economy close. That's what he's been saying do. So now all of a sudden, this guy flops again and the media puts them up figures that he's some kind of an experts. They're always wrong. He's always wrong. It's like a match made in heaven for them three things. I think you need to know. Now, let's get back with Danny McCarthy. Who is running for Senate, he is, he is going against MC silent, and for some reason to not only make silent, not show up on this radio show for six measly minutes by the way where she could have literally own me and you know, said listen you have every right to bash me I'm a public figure I. You can say whatever you want, but here's where you're wrong. You say this about me, but this is where we disagree. What am I going to say about that? Okay? All right well, thank you have the guts to come on and state your case fine, but she wouldn't do. It doesn't want to talk and she also does not want to debate just like she didn't want it to be Kelli Ward? She does not want debate Daniel, and honestly she is screwing over Arizona. because. They should have. They should have a choice right they should. We believe in school choice. Why can't we have a choice? Let the candidates speak. Get Him onstage. See what they do. She will not do it. That's how much she doesn't care and yet still people and give me a hard time anyway Daniel. Thank you for for sticking with me before talking about the economy. This is I really disappointing because Kelli Ward. Who is now? The chairperson of the Republican Party right chairwoman of the Republican, Party. and I supported her in the last campaign didn't work out too well. But. She was demanding, and they had a huge huge made a huge fuss about Martha, not debating her now. Kelly can't make Martha debater. She's not running the campaign. She could publicly say stuff, but she won't. Which really weird is that? Her husband and he is the freedom to write whatever he wants, but this is the problem I mean I've seen. He's like a troll and he. He does he does some things? I don't understand it. It's not like people elected him to be a spokesperson for the Republican Party as well, but I've been on twitter and said things, and he's like to back this up with data, which is fine, but all of a sudden. It's like like they're co-chair. People of the Republican Party and now he's out there calling you names. On social media because you actually want to you, you want to challenge the system. It's like trying to intimidate you, and that's the whole. The been of the chairman of the Republican Party. Oh. Yeah, no, we've had security run INS. With this guy I mean legitimate security run-ins and I'll tell you something else to the the whole situation with with Kelly. You guys have to understand. It is a completely rigged system and I'm not complaining about it. I knew that going into it I knew what I was running into. However I sat down with Kelly before I got into the race is at Delaware I, said. This is my plan this plan on doing. She knew that I. Even I think even explain to her that I was planning on putting money. Incrementally I wasn't planning on just dumping a bunch a million couple. Couple of million dollars into the accounts because I wanted to have the air cover so I. I'm pretty confident. She was well aware of hollows planning to run a very unorthodox campaign. She immediately came out and endorsed Martha she amelie came in pushed Martha the the entire RNC apparatus is working on behalf of getting Martha elected past the primary, not just that not only is the entire RNC apparatus. They've hijacked the the trump campaign apparatus. So what people don't realize? Is that trump trump's campaign, not trump himself, but the the infrastructure of trump's campaign here in Arizona. They're really working on Martha getting elected. They're not working on trump. The reality is folks. Is that the establishment? The elitist is operatives. Okay, there's there's billions and hundreds of billions of dollars that back them up. Most of them are persuaded by a president presidential dinner. Most of them were persuaded by just sitting down at a Tuxedo black tie dinner at the Ritz Carlton in Washington DC, it's embarrassing, and they think that's GonNa work. Listen this. This is primal. What's going on you? There is a anguish out there, Eric. I mean people. You're to put mask on Americans. you run around our senator and you don't stand out for us. When a tyrant is in the governor seat telling us that our businesses are non essential, and he's GonNa. Find Us for twenty five hundred dollars and put us in. She can't. The the governor said he was put in jail for six months. We opened our business which she had a mascot. She was silent. This is it's getting to the point now. Where the organized crime is becoming so exposed that it's embarrassing, but they don't care. They've got that much money behind him. What what we have behind us is the people. The power of you know that mobilization of people cannot be stopped by money. That's why I had to say so focused on that to win this election the economy I know you WanNa talk about I. Don't WanNa feel about too much time. So just you let me know what you want me to answer about. The economy I'm happy to on. Sure so Danny McCarthy by the way on am seven hundred demand Daniel Dot com. He's taking on MC Sally and the Senate primary. So, wife and I took out the kids for dinner on Saturday night. Need to escape. She May Cook Way too much and and we're. We're our at a popular place in in Tucson where they're shopping and everything and there were some stores you could tell. They were getting ready to open up. They seem to be getting ready to open up pretty soon and my wife said you know. I really think that this I mean you know there's this Chinese virus. It might actually bring retail back. And, I saw bison you. That's a very interesting idea and I'm mad. That I didn't think about it, but she did. And you know the thought processes this. We were very close to pretty much having all kinds of retail shutdown, because it's so easy to get on her phone, right and and just click something to buy whether it's through Amazon or any company. We could just go to her phone or go to website boom by we get it, but now that we have been told we can't leave businesses can't. Do you think that all of a sudden now? People are GonNa say I know I could buy something on my phone, but I want to never lose that freedom again to be able to go out and touch something and buy it and go out there and support this local stories like it's it's. It's becoming more clear than it ever has been I think the people what do you think about that? Yeah. It's amazing. It's funny that good. Wife's think the same way. Good spouses think the same way, Lexi. Has. been saying the same thing for. I haven't been able to calmer down every since this whole thing started, she said that's it I'm focusing on buying local only going to buy from farmers. I'm GONNA do this. Their People's buying habits are going to change in rebellion. To what just happened, so you can pretty much predict the future of what industries are going to start doing well because you, you have a situation where Americans have just been jolted and when you do that to the American citizens, yesterday was Memorial Day. Memorial Day represents something really remarkable in in in America in the world history. We've had one point. One million people had willing to pay the alternate sacrifice to make sure that we live in freedom to make sure my kids have the freedom and the liberty that Americans enjoy. We are the last hope in the world. We don't get here by mistake. Man They. They overplayed their cards. The gigs up. We're a radical, this type of behavior from government where a radical type of corruption from our government. My suggestion is is that if you're involved with some type of crime to get, you should leave office quickly because I'm. There's a lot more behind me. Were taking back our government I've been trying to say this to folks and I'm trying to say in a diplomatic way, but the reality of it is. Is that on this soil on American soil that the craving for freedom? is so strong. That are buying habits will change our lifestyle change. We will adjust our entire life to make sure that our children enjoy that same freedom that the political class the elitist have stepped in trampled on our Constitution. Days are over. They should leave office and I'm saying again politely. The the next round from here It's just going to amp up from here. By the way. On a side note, we were talking earlier about the conversation with Martha not being silent when the churches were closed being silent when the businesses are closed. She got this mask on her face. As all these things are happening, what do you think the left is doing? Do you think Kirsten Cinema was doing anything? She was lobbying to keep the businesses down. The communist were sitting there. They were pushing their agenda forward. We have known fighting for us in Arizona. We have no one. One fighting for freedom, we have no one standing up for your rights individual freedoms. It's time folks that we take back the Senate seat. If you propel me, pass this primary I mark my words, it'll be such a thing of beauty. We will break the Democrat Party for good in Arizona. They will be broken. It'll take him at least two election cycles recover from what we do to them. they will fade away like Bloomberg get at the presidential for the presidential primary and. This is you listen I. Yes, so you? You I know you me both on this this this is a this symbolizes everything and one more thing and it and it's just. It's Martha relate in this aspect. She jumped on the. Let's close the border and build the wall. Be Tough on illegal immigration at the last minute. When she was running for Senate right, she tried to jump on the when she was a congresswoman. The goodlatte bail, and all this other stuff and all of a sudden, she became a big. You Know Border Hawk. We need to keep Daca. She wrote a letter to Paul. Ryan. You can, you can google it. You can see it. It's not hard. She wants to keep Daca going. And then when all of a sudden, she wants to become a senator, she awesome turns right and says we need to. We need to stop illegal immigration as soon as she lost, he never said a word about it now all of Of a sudden, she's a China Hawk. She's been in Congress for now six years. It's like she's always a day late and a dollar short, and that's why it looks so fake. All of a sudden. She's now trying to attach yourself to Josh Hawley who's a brilliant senator from Missouri and she. Oh, yeah, I I support with Todd Josh Foley did I'm with him on the. She's like trying to attach. That have conservative values and she thinks that's GonNa make. That's why I think she just seems phony people. She's funny. She's a fake. You can see raise tour. She's her tracker speaks for itself. She voted yes on Obama spending. She voted to expand the Federal Department of Education She's voted against. She's voted for open borders numbers of times she's. She funded the. Obama were these folks think about that? She's also come out in favor of red flag laws. She supported the governor stance on red flag lots the most dangerous gun laws in the country's history. This is not someone she's dangerous. She's the most dangerous type of candidate because she actually makes. People believe she's not what she is. Is Liars and manipulators are much harder to deal with then at least people like Bernie, you know where they are had on at least I know what Bernie stands right. Those those ones I can handle. We can't handle ones like Mar. Martha that incognito Muslim Mixed Island Dot Com we have preorder book I haven't published a book or started the book yet, but I'm going to have a book for you. Guys I'M NOT GONNA on national tour with it just around Arizona. The book is GonNa. Be Dare to debate and that they're the debate. Book is going to be. Probably probably a bestseller I mean I'll probably end up giving it away, but it'll be a bestseller by the time I'm done but if you make silently dot com, you can get your preorder of the book by the way it's a joke. I'm not going to really produce a book. Folks don't don't be excited to get one. Yeah there. You go unbelievable Daniel Demand Daniel. Dot Com as well Martha mcsally Dot Com all kinds of ways to get to him. Daniel thank. You thanks time this morning. Let's you if I hear for Martha Okay. Why I look forward to. Debates always open anytime. You got him and be well demand. Daniel DOT COM WE'LL CONTINUE CLINIC DOT com. Yeah you do? I saw these guys Waco Reo speedwagon. Taking on the run that's going out to Martha garrulous with here on as to, you can react to all this. Similar Martha Stuff and we have more on the free iheartradio APP. Kostrov! The most comfortable. To morning ritual our three already. The Fun Continues Kansas am seven hundred eighty Tucson's most stimulating talk. Three things I think you need to know brought to you by strong bill, plumbing, air and solar number one Martha. mcsally was supposed to be on this show to promote her book. An hour ago. I promoted it last night at five, forty, eight PM, and it's six twenty seven. Ryan gets an email Ryan sorry fillet, but we have been informed that the senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow. So we've to cancel the interview. Apologies there you go. Running rejoinders all show long second thing. I think you need to know by the way she's going to be speaking to. People in Pennsylvania and Wyoming and New York. What do you think that's GONNA sound white? So, yeah there, you have it exactly. anyways second thing I think you need. You start you sicko absolute Sicko. The second thing that I think you need to know. This is a huge deal huge deal. Story out of politico. Obama's topic and Omic Adviser, predicting the best US economic data in history about to happen. Meaning a lot of these people that have been laid off going to just start going back to work, and the GDP could be. The biggest growth ever. That's Jason Furman. Instead of forecasting at prolonged depression, level, economic catastrophe, firmly at a detailed case for the months preceding the November election could offer trump that chance to brag about the most explosive monthly employment numbers and GDP growth ever. It's caused some Democrats especially. Obama eleven Iran washing into panic. That's a big deal third thing. I think you need to know foul G. J. F-. Ouchi is now coming out saying we have some irreparable damage caused. The people Stay home and we don't. We don't open the economy now you say it. Now. I wish he'd hidden because he's been wrong about everything. Maybe hoping this is wrong to. Three things I think you need to know So we have a lot to get to great sound bites. In a non-violent way Kaley mcenaney, the press secretary for the president murder the press on Friday. You probably missed leading into holiday weekend. but People WanNa talk about Martha. Again Martha Literally Canceled Out Really Quick Third Party company offered us the chance to have more onto promoter book. They had a window between nine. Am and eleven am Eastern. Today they over this last week. Six minutes slots talk about her brand new book. Because, that's what it's about, so she's. She's going to push her book. She'll have more. Promotion of her book. Then her branding more Kelly Communist business partner, which is not good. I mean what the hell. What is she doing? And she could have come on this show and set me straight in a very nice polite way and trust me. I would have been nothing but professional. Listen I'm a radio host. If you don't think that I would be professional, asking questions, you're crazy I'd give her every chance in the world to to give her take on so many different things. China, you know why tell me why. I should have faith in you Martha. All you do is run from microphones when they ask you about trump. So, what else am I supposed to think like? He's not a legitimate question. Why all of a sudden now are you talking about? China, when trump was running in two, thousand, fifteen, twenty six, he talked about the horrible trade deal with China. Now all of a sudden. You're doing it to understand why it seems kind of fake and contrived. People like you laughed at trump. When he said we need new trade deals with Mexico and. Got To go and new deals with China. You laugh, there was no demand. Why should I believe you now? She could have made her case. But still even though she turned down and imitation, she's always welcome on this show. She can win over people, but instead she she doesn't want it. She runs away yet. People still want to blame me. I'm the reason she makes these horrible decisions. Right give me a break Let's go to Ronnie. Ronnie welcome to Kansas City. Thank you for hanging on, hi! How you doing well, you know I. You know I listened to you all the time and I agree with ninety percent of this stuff I agree what you're talking about today, but the only thing that really bothers me is you know you keep on knocking? Look Sally. The problem is Kelly's out there every day. On TV you know pushing you know like how he's going to save A. Our state and stuff and he's GonNa gun is going to ban the You know the gun shows and you know I mean I'd rather have MC. Sally Plus we can't afford really to lose another. Senate seat and have Schumer be our new. Head of the Senate. I mean that's the. That's the only reason I don't like you like you know knocking sally all the time. 'cause everybody's GonNa say well. Let's vote for Kelly you know. I got. Than Kelly. I listen I. Don't know if you've heard me say this. Ron and you make valid points about about her. Not doing a good job, right? I've said repeatedly. Somehow she beats Daniel the primary I'm GonNa? Hold my nose and vote for her. Because Mark Kelly is a danger, he's a gun grabbing guy that does business with the Communists in China. That's not what we need right. And I pointed that out now the question is you're upset with me. 'cause you think that somehow I'm GONNA. Make people not vote for her. Don't you think people see exactly what I already say whether I say it or not? I know we all know it. I mean it's so there you go, you know. That's the way I look at it. I'd Rather I. Guess Ronnie. Beat you so that we can at least hold the Senate I'm in God. Let me ask you this Ronnie. Ronnie Shush Shush Shush Shush her just a second I. Get it. You made the point. I'm running short on time and I. Really Value Your opinion here. I mean, don't you think if you see Mark Kelly doing ads? He's out campaigning. You sit back I, don't know, do you sit back and say what exactly is Martha doing? And now she's going on a book tour for book that nobody's GonNa Right. Nobody's going to read what he's GonNa buy it. So. Why not say Martha. Why don't you get your head out of your rectum? Find your ovaries out there and brand mark as Chinese Communist business partner. Get up there and going Garrett showed a win over people like I don't I don't it doesn't sound like you're really mad at me. I sounds like you're just mad at Martha, doing a bad job and me pointing it out Oh yeah, no. No I don't want to get no. I'm not mad at you. I'm mad at you, know I even email MC sally, but you know I never get anything back from her. The point I'm just trying to make, we can't afford to lose the Senate seat. That's the only point. I'm trying to make and I. You know I agree. What would you rather have? Kelly or South Mc Sally? That's what it comes down to me, and I'll go for McDowell any day over McKee over Chelsea. I agree a thousand percent and the problem is is that Martha is not doing a good job and you've reached out. You never hear back. People call. They never get through than ever get any answers, and and it should be all the on maxine latest to step up her game and you can see. Why does she not up her? But here's the thing it's so. Don't worry about what I say. Everybody should be flooding her office with calls, not even just come the show, but just to go out there and go after Mark Kelly because she is just taking Gut Punch after Gut Punch and not fighting back and that's why she's GonNa. Lose not because what I say. But because of what she doesn't do. We for Kelly to start bringing his wife out there as a sympathy vote. That's GonNa come to you know. Yeah Well Listen I. Appreciate Thank you very much for the call. Ronnie and and you know again I. If people want to blame me for this I'd love to hear your logic on it. You know what's crazy. He might not even have to. Because he knows he's going to take criticism if you if he brings gabby out. Because it's going to be for the sympathetic vote, but if he is so far ahead of it, he's not even have to. He could say I didn't have to bring her out I. One with. I didn't have to do. I didn't want to subject her to that. I still one. That's how bad it is for Martha. That's how bad it is. And here's the here's the situation. She doesn't know how to win. She knows how to lose. She lost last time. She was the only time she for the first time she barbara's by one hundred sixty votes. Is We just don't know where she comes from his no trust. She goes back and forth on issues. which is why would like to ask questions? If anything he would help her gain people's trust and say you know what okay? And makes sense I'm in. But, she won't even do that, so what does that? What does that mean I mean she's? She's writing beds on. Fox. News Dot Com. She's going on Fox. News is the Fox and friends morning show yesterday all. All promoting her book and. And take a couple of things about China. She's not even talking to her constituents. Not, even talking to constituents, can they hang on? We got more calls eight eight zero. Eight eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. I mean? It's just. It's. It's frustrating to me as I'm Ray, you're Daniel McCarthy, saying last hours raising his family. I'm raising two two boys. Here in Arizona and I. Don't like the fact that Martha is going to lose. She's going. There's no way she can win. What has she done if i? Don't say a word. She still GONNA lose. I put it out every horrific thing that cures and cinema has done it or passed in the last election. She still won. I mean you WanNa blame me again. Do see one by seventeen points in the same election. It had Martha's name on the ballot and she lost by to. How does that happen? Don't be mad at me. Be Mad at her. It's really pathetic to be honest with you really pathetic. We'll continue. Don't go anywhere morning ritual. Garrett Lewis can spam seven ninety two sons Baltimore tax. Relief Dot, com. And On His. Both. Yup. All run re joiners this morning on your morning. Ritual Gear Lewis dedicated to Martha. That's what we do here. You could see the the cancellation email. It's on my facebook page. FACEBOOK DOT com slash Garrett Lewis Radio like it and follow it. Enjoy it. Cherish it whatever you WANNA. Do with it up to. You can see it also at gear, Lewis on twitter. Going to be ninety nine degrees today then in the triple digits for the next few days enjoyed. Eight eight zero. Eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. We're going to take some calls. David, thank you for waiting. Welcome to Kansas. He Hello David Yeah I might point. That I was making your Vance man. Was that This is very important elections for one reason. Supreme Court picks. It trump is going to advance his agenda. It's very important. For his picks to go for the Senate. And you re. raving about Martha make sallies. deficiencies isn't helping her 'cause whether you like it or not, you know the key is to keep the Senate in the Republicans. He is now the dim with the was elected against her before from CENEX okay. She, only pulled that off at the eleventh, hour. And you know she didn't win by much remember. Sally has significant lead. When the polls closed, and then all of a sudden miraculously, all these absentee ballots appeared Americo account which carried the day for her. I mean you know you need to temper your enthusiasm for railing against her and tried to get on board, because if you're an advocate like you say, you are for advancing trump's agenda in the most important thing is that his supreme court picks. validate by the Senate listen listen, listen look. Let me jump in here. Why doesn't Martha advance the trump agenda when CNN NBC Askar about trump they all report. She runs away from them. So. Why are you telling me to do this when she doesn't do it herself? Well, because you have an audience, okay, she does it. Are you having on. The media. The media at the press said she couldn't even defend the president from the Ukrainian impeachment garbage that happened. She ran away. We play the audio from CNN. Come on, don't blame me. Blame her she I'm. I'm. Just registered voters in Arizona. Yes? It's not CNN watcher your MSNBC watchers. It's it's registered voters in Arizona and if you continue to be. Anti MC sally. From from the military who's got tons of outside of the state, money is GonNa. Carry the day. Okay, and that's three Allah. Listened to reality. This is that she has. Nothing to do with her money Democrat wow. They're they're. They're using psych and and we aren't and we weren't because. Listen! It's because of people like Martha. Listen. Let me jump in again. I'll let you talk. Martha is not unified. She got caught in twenty seventeen when she was a house member telling a bunch of bankers, she didn't know she's been recorded. That trump is ruining it for the House and she trump's gonNA hand the House back to the Democrats she has never been a fan of him when she's had the opportunity to defend him, she has run away. She is not the one that is unique. She's not united behind him I. Don't know why you're giving me a hard time. She's down eighteen points in Maricopa county. Last time I checked I broadcast and Pima County. So? Why all of a sudden apparently I can overpower and listen. The radio sucks up their lives on the iheartradio APP I get it but I don't know why. You're mad at me when you should be mad at her for doing a garbage junk. She's a radio tour this morning. I just want. Anybody to be advanced. Do my point. I'm a I'm with you on that with so can we agree? She could do a Mutt. She should be doing a much better and more aggressive job at that. Okay, didn't it mcvay McCain to metre better job and advance the agenda, absolutely not okay, so you I mean. I didn't. I didn't say that in. Ashes. Well I. You know what look at the guy that just one California Mike Garcia he won T. he beat a Democrat held seat. He beat the Democrat that ran for the throttle. Chick see Katie Hill by twelve points. Why because trump? He was thrilled. and Go and Gavin's. Upper a overreach. Why? People are so with the Democrats. Okay? Do. No that's not it. It's not day again and they're gonNA. You're right. You're right I'm not on board. You're right. I'm not sure. I'm not Yohiki one because he was pro trump at pro America and that is not something that Martha mcsally spouses, and if you're in denial of that, I can't help you in. That man used to be pissed off at her for failing miserably. Important in the next star okay. You know kidding. You're screwed. And then can be pissed. A Sally. Be pissed at me. Be pissed at her on Piss. She's not working as hard as she can. I'm quite I can't point that out then I. Lose credibility with anything, but if you want to keep your head buried in the Santa, be an ostrich. You go ahead, go ahead. I'm not saying. I'm more in tune. Agenda then you're you're just looking for. And controversy creates. An audience I get I don't have to look for what I have one. Yeah so I just wanted to say that. You know the important thing is the supreme. Court picks in the next term. Thank you I appreciate that fourteen times I appreciate it, unless unless you actually come to grips of reality and say make Sally is losing this on her own and I'm trying to nudge. Do the right thing, and she still does the wrong thing nothing. I can do for you know I'm glad I want people. If you if you agree with him, and I'd love to hear the logic behind it as well. We'll continue. Don't go anywhere gone. K S, T. That's right that's right. Come on! What is you? Know well there you go. I mean listen. This is the wrong thing to Garrett Lewis with us you don't. You don't mess with the radio host. You don't at least the talk show host with some cuevas. And other ones that will kiss button s easy questions, and those gone, and I don't listen I don't need her on the show. I offer opportunity to win back me and other people. Simple as that simple as that. Let's jump to Scott. Thank you so much for waiting I. Appreciate Your Patience. Welcome to Kansas City. High Garrett, can you hear me? I can hear you perfectly very good first thing very interesting. Rush always says The best caller is the one that makes the host. Look the best, so your Your last caller failed in that aspect I need looking good. Go I need to reject the premise. We're talking about here, no offense. There's one thing we're not talking about here. In this whole MC, Sally Kelly. Brouhaha. Who did you just have? WHO's your guest? a while ago that you had on the radio. Do you, remember his name. McCarthy right. Danny McCarthy? That is who we are not speaking about. Why are we talking about MC MC Sally and not talking about McCarthy beating, Kelly. That is the that is the debate. We should be having here. Why do we love trump? Trump is a fighter, no other Republican. To My. Recollection has ever fought. The Media the Democrats like trump has. And who would fight the Democrats? McCarthy or MC Sally McCarthy. Obviously, he's A. He's a fighter. He's what we want so this debate about MC. Sally versus Kelly is the wrong debate. It's McCarthy versus Kelly now. Obviously, we have to get through the primary, but I think if McCarthy and I think he has a good chance. If McCarthy wins, he'll show the fighting spirit like trump. And he'll, he'll beat Kelly I. Think. McCarthy has a better chance of beating Kelly than MC Sally. Oh hands down hill inspire. People in will actually want to vote, and you make up a great point I. that's why I said. I don't think Mike Pence is going to be the candidate in two thousand twenty four, because I don't think he fights, and I'm not saying bad about him. I think he agrees with the trump agenda. He's very stoic Guy, but we want someone that's going to get in there and bare knuckle brawl because the Democrats have done for decades, and like you said nobody, except for maybe Reagan his fought back, but it's been a long time. Bush Punch runs Reagan, I think. The better than Reagan. What we one. That's why I think it's going to be someone else I. Think GimMe Gimme the Santa's that gives it to the media. He's very trump and he's a governor. Let him get in there. I mean look pence's the guy that's ahead of the game, but one fighters. We want someone that's GonNa do it and you know when mix smell and people are going to say right now we'll sally called the CNN Guy Liberal Hack, and you don't understand how much of a fake of course everybody knew was a fake. It was A. A total fake and she was just trying to win back trump supporters. What a dump stunt that was! Everybody sees it you see. I was at dinner last night with friends butter barbecue. My Buddy was talking about it. That was such a fake phone in thing she did. It's not and that's why people get like that. Last caller gets mad at me for saying I'm like I'm not the only one, but I'll look like a complete fraud a phony also if I don't bring it up well, you gotTA. Agree or disagree with me. It's. Not. Obviously as the problem now all we have to do is get by MC Sally with McCarthy. And then we're home free. I mean McCarthy half the fighter that he is on the radio with you and if he's a quarter of the fighter. As trump is with everybody who is against him then. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA Clean Kelly's clock. No doubt about. Any is I got an own person. Let me tell you. He's a guy. Mixed McCarthy's very wealthy business guy and you know he's not doing it for money. He only wants to go there. I think for one term if he gets there, he's like I want him back to my family. My business and he was a big fundraiser for trump. He helped trump. Get on there. He was on the trump train back in two thousand sixteen, so I mean he's exactly what you want, but the machine like Kelly words. Words. Husband is out there trying to criticize him on social media you know and he could have whatever opinion he wants. It just doesn't look good on Kelly of the Republican Party in Arizona for that stuff to happen, so, but you bring up a great point. You know what we had Daniel on for an hour I mean I. GotTa Talk About How a Martha blew it here? But but yeah, maybe it shouldn't I McClellan chance against Mark Kelly but I think Daniel would think Danny would big time. Galvanize people. It's a great call. I appreciate it. We're doing the wrong. We're doing the wrong debate here. The debate is McCarthy versus Kelly not mix sally. Well I appreciate the phone call and in thank you made me look good mission accomplished. I thought the last guy that disagreed made me look good, too, because he just you know he just. He didn't win, but I'm biased. More coming up, we got more calls. We gotta get to. We're going to hold off on that story until tomorrow. incredible story about how you. A professors are upset. About the company that is helping, get the President Bob Bob Robbins on TV to say safe to come back to university Arizona. I mean what a bunch of idiots what do that tomorrow. We have other soundbites to play your calls reactional goanywhere. It's Canete. You'RE TO DOT COM. Our doing slow motion running. Chariots of fire. But I I like to think of this. In more of the Lamar of the revenge of the NERDS was filmed here in Tucson. So, is that how mark is running now? From the microphone. Floppy microphone. Said of the Javelin. I'm just saying. Gary Lewis with you here. Can T am seven hundred sons most stimulating talk? We have all. Yes. All of the. Running rejoin music beds this morning in honor of Martha because she runs. Do you know what about three things I think you need to know? We'll get into that number. One is Martha canceled out on her her interview. She was scheduled to be on this morning show at seven twelve for six minutes. And she canceled out. Because I she has pushing a book and she had a third party company. Do Bookings for her, so we said sure bring her on. And they said Okay and I post on social media at five forty eight yesterday she'll be on the show with me and it's six twenty seven. Ryan got the e mail saying she cancelled. She preferred not to speak with me. I. Guarantee You. The company was like well. Why are you canceling? Senator? I prefer not to speak with him. Okay, thank you very much that email I a screen shot. It's on my facebook page and twitter page, so you can check it out and share it. Second thing that I think you need to know political story. Obama's top economist is is scaring the hell at a Democrats. Apparently, Jason Furman Obama's top. Economist! He's a Harvard professor as well, which is really strange He says that America's going to see the best. Data in its history. Right before the election. He told a group of bipartisan leaders from both parties. We're about to see the best economic data. We've seen in the history of the country. Instead of prologue depression level economic attach trophy. Trump could brag about the most explosive monthly employment numbers and GDP growth ever. Caused Obama Alumni and people in DC, to worry to freak out, and this is after Joe Today. It's announced he's going to shift and try to take on trump on the economy. Good luck with that. Tried to everything he can to get away from the racism third thing I think you need to know. She is changed his mind. Well we? We can't keep people locked up forever. It's going to be irreparable damage if we do that. That's exactly what he was calling for. We can't let people out to get a vaccine. And now he's saying Oh. Yeah, the wrong guys never been right. Three things I think you need to know. So. We we take calls Martha. We gotta get the other stuff as well. The phrase it's overused, but totally accurate. It is what it is exactly what it is. Okay. So Joe Biden goes full racist on Friday. CNN barely covers it. Barely covers it. It's it's pretty bad like eleven minutes where the coverage on Friday. That's at all day all weekend long that he was like eleven, minutes and The things that were said about it. I mean every Democrat is making excuses is okay. He apologizes. It's all right. It's okay, not a problem Blah Blah Blah no okay. Trump's the racist. Let me play you. A sound bite. Okay. This is Simone Sanders. Simone Sanders. On with AL SHARPTON ON MSNBC. I have no idea when I mean neither you. Which is why I'm saying okay? Let's do one zero, eight, one zero eight simone. Sanders she she said Joe Biden, said this ingest. She's black. Also by the way Ned. That was in chest. Listen to this year ago. The reality is that while the trump campaign. Is trying to drum up ballot, and all these conspiracy theories and trying to depress the African American vote Vice President Biden on the other hand, not only talked about an engaged with the African American community about the issues that are most important them. He has put what they can't really plan a plan that will serve at the foundation for college on what he would do when he becomes president how? Are they. Know, so he has a plan. He has a plan, okay. Well, let's go to one ten Charlemagne. Who again listen I give him credit. He's a radio host on hip hop station syndicated and He gets these guests on only because they WANNA get the black and the Hispanic vote. That's why hilary goes on there. That's why Kamala Harris went on there. That's why Joe Biden Joe Biden and goes. Listen the every station. Has Demographics geared toward? You could tell them by the advertisements, okay? So you have a a hip hop station or show, it's on hip hop stations across the country, and it's geared to basically eighteen. To thirty four year old women, that's what basically is geared I'm just telling you what what stations he's as all one of our stations. Here, too Tucson. And yet seven thousand year, old fossil Joe Biden goes on. There would a cool guest. No Biden's going on there because he is just desperate for the minority vote. Joe Biden be talking to me? She GonNa shows like this, but he'd never do it. Just like MC. Silent Won't induce he won't. So anyway, you that he's got a plan. They never go into specifics right well, charlemagne. WHO has the question? We're on opposite ends of the spectrum by the way. Charlemagne I think it was joyless. Read show on MSNBC One ten. Listen to what he said about Biden's plan. Here we go listen I. don't even care about the the words in the lip service, and the apology is cool, but the best apology is actually a black agenda, you know. They got to make some real policy commitment to black people. Now so apparently, there is none. So! He's got this plan in place to really do good things in this trump actually did really good things that was Charlotte would acknowledge that, but he won't. So Sharma says there is no plan. Is No plan. Oh. No kidding, there's no plan. And yet, this is what happened. This is the most unbelievable when one zero five joyless read listen to one of the most disgusting things like she's talking about Biden statement, and apparently what why people vote Republican and trump promises, white people certain things just listen to this here. We go black voters. Vote for Democrats in overwhelming numbers and then. The Democratic Party and the Democratic candidates they take for granted. They build it into their number plan that they're already gonna get those votes, and so there isn't necessarily an urgency to offer something. That's why I opened. My questioning with Corinne way I did is that. Overwhelmingly White voters vote for Republicans, but they still make them an offer. They like this I mean. This is what Donald Trump very clear I'm. This woman would do for you. I'm going to get rid of these Brown immigrants. I don't recall ever Donald. Trump saying I wanNA. Get Rid of these Brown immigrants. He said illegal immigrants first off the not all Brown. He said I wanNA build the wall. That's the kind of garbage they say on the MSNBC airwaves. Nothing negative ever happens. All they do is racist stuff between Biden their candidate and then these hosts. Trump toll white people you vote for me. I'll get rid of these brown immigrants. Excuse me. If he actually did say that. There'd be a bit of backlash right. They start with the Charlotte hoax. She's. Yeah. That's what he also said. Drink drink bleach. Right in just yourself in just clorox unjust Lysol. That's what he said to right. He's people are out of their minds. They're crazy. Is The disgusting thing to say? Disgusting. More coming up. Don't you go anywhere? We got to play Kaley. mcenaney murdering the press about why they don't ask questions about Obama Gate, which is just fine unmasking. Mike Flynn. We'll get to that in the next hour. It is really a ninety five. It's incredible. It's coming up. Oh Yeah. Take that money and run baby bookstore? It's GonNa work out well. Father's Day's come. Why not get Martha? mcsally is new book I mean it's. It's going to be awesome or something it's. If you have insomnia. Anyway, she skipped it, so we have a lot more to get the Kaley mcenaney. Murdering the press in a non-violent way was awesome, awesome latest involving that nutjob governor out in Michigan what she what her husband got caught doing. Don't you know who I am all coming up on Kennedy? A Sean Hannity here. It's lawn, mowing, season or as we like. Like to say, it's hustler season and it's time for you to get your news. Zero Turn Lawn mower from my friends. 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Portions of the following program where prerecorded. From the. Studio your local fiduciary trajan wealth DOT COM is. A and seven. Of those comfortable, call your birthday. Yeah, Baby! Let's do it our number four. It is your morning. Ritual me. Here, Louis? Canister am seven hundred zones most stimulating talk three things. I, think you need to know brought to you by strong bill plumbing, Aaron Solar Number One. Is that Martha Mc Sally was supposed to come on this show to plug her book Third Party Company reached out to us. The. Publisher wants to make money. We need to get mixed ellie out there by the book you Martha on your. We had scheduled since last Wednesday. I hinted at it. I kept my mouth shut. It was hard to do last night. Five forty, eight put on social media twitter facebook Martha's going to be on the show tomorrow morning at seven twelve for six minutes to talk about her book should be interesting. Thirty nine minutes later. An email is sent from the third party. Saying Martha would rather not speak to Garrett. Ryan to Ryan, our producer serve the late notice, but we have been informed of the senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow. So have to cancel the interview. So there you go, that's the. Ovaries. Powerful! It I put the copy email screen shot on my facebook page and twitter enjoy it. Hate me all you on. It's not my fault. She she's. Not Up for the job second thing I. Think you need to know is that the Democrats are sweating bullets now. Obama's economic Stop Economists Actually Jason Firm our Harvard professor, which is quite frightening he. told a group of people, Republicans and Democrats were about to see the best economic data. We've seen in the history of the country. Not a depression level economic daffy. But trump's can brag about the explosive monthly employment numbers GDP. Growth is GONNA. Be The best. The country's ever have because we had a record number leave. We're GONNA have a record number comeback. That's what's going to happen. That is what's going to happen third thing I think you need to know and I'll stick it on my facebook page as well. is that Dr. Has Come out and said you know this is. This is not good keeping lockdown, we could have irreparable damage. We could have a rebel damage 'cause if we continue this lock them. You want everybody to be locked down now. You said we could. It could be bad. This guy even know what he's talking about. Hasn't been right once. which led the media loves them? They've never been right either three things. I think you need to know we gotta get. We have a lot to get to off to go after it in the Regina thing tomorrow. She went total social justice. Warrior Memorial Day and English at the same time. So we'll get to that we got Kaley mcenaney. We got your calls on Martha again. Martha was on different shows around the country. She spoke in New, York in a Wyoming. In Waco Texas. Philly. Radio stations have philly. She's on stations. Other stations in Pennsylvania Oh. Yeah, none in Arizona. We the only ones to say sure. Come on the show nothing. We'll give it a chance. I Yeah I do. I bashed the crap out of her because she's a phone fake and she has no chance to win in the polls. Show it. You disagree. That's fine. You can let me know I'd love to hear from eight zero s t eight, eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. I know we're not going to change his mind, but I'll let you get it off your chest. Now. The the WACKY governor. The wacky governor of Michigan Holy Smokes. She's extended lockdown. The IT'LL June twelve now. I'd like to live there. Is Not. Detroit news picked up on a story because she. You know this is typical liberal stuff. You're ready for this one. Apparently, her husband wanted to get his boat in the water pretty quickly, but apparently her rule said no. The from the Detroit News, the owner of a northern Michigan Dock Company. Says Governor. Gretchen WHITMER HUSBAND Wanted his boat placed in the water before the Memorial Day weekend. As whitmer whitmer his wife was telling. Residents do not rush to northern Michigan to go boating. Do not do it, and the husband's like I gotta get my boat in the water. I mean he doesn't want any part of his wife. No, no, no, no, no, no, no! No longer visible. The public facebook posts from the North Shore. Dock LLC and its owner Tad docker. Focused on what he said was a request last week by WIDMER's husband Mark Mallory, of course, she to a different last name. She's one of those women you know. The post of drawing the attention of the republican state lawmakers there who said that widmer's family may not be following her guidance for the rest of the state. The widmer's the CUOMO's none of them. Follow it right. Whitmer. Spokeswoman Tiffany Brown didn't confirm or deny the Monday assertions by the Marina. Company Ritz owner. She said the administration would not address every rumor that has spread online every rumor. So get this. The governor's husband called his dot company. Instead I gotta get my boat in the water. They said look. We can't rush into this. The governor said you can't rush into this. We're following her orders and you know what he said. You know what he said quote. I'm the husband of the governor. Will this make a difference? Don't you know who I am. Do just when you thought that you did something stupid. You've said the wrong thing to your wife. You know you're GONNA wear that you're gonNA. Hey, how about you don't take that extra, you know. Don't don't don't have that extra glass of wine. He probably shouldn't have that is for. You think that's bad. Him Right now. She's trying to keep everybody locked down. Heat from everybody for being an authoritarian dictator, right? And then the husband's like I wanNA. Get on there. My hus- my wife's. The governor's make a difference. So it shows us a complete hypocrite. The families hypocrites. Can you imagine? What do you think that was a fun night for him? By the way you think he got the couch? He got the. Yeah Yeah, I'm telling you. Don't you know who my wife? Is that happens you. Usually, it's the other way around with it with wife going. Don't you know who my husband is? Exactly. Just stop just stop. Can you imagine the phone call? He got from her law. That guy got ream by his wife like there's no tomorrow. So so yeah. That's up there with that Wacko Chicago mayor pain for that haircut. Nobody gets a haircut. You don't need to get roots touched up and she goes your hair done. And actually paid for it, which is even crazier? I can do that by the way that that Chicago. Mayor, you see what she did. She sent like a Swat team to a church banging on the door till never been allowed to go to church. You gotta get out. Yeah. She did that. Crazy. This is what we have in. Nobody's upset about this. Nobody's up I. Mean we are, but where's the worst of the media? She sent a team like storm troopers in there banging on the church door, making them evacuate the church. You have like thirty seven people shot over the weekend in Chicago this outside. and. This is what she's worried about. PEOPLE WANNA. Go Pray! And she's stopping it from happening. It's insane. We've put up with. About the governor's husband, my wife's the governor put the boat in the water. Does it help my wife's the governor? nope not really. All! These people are hypocrites man. The North Shore Dock LLC by the way wrote a post after that. Let's go back to this. We simply let them know sorry. We have a lot going on with very little time to get it done. Probably should cousy your wife Dude. Tell your wife to back off. Your wife is ruining everything. If you're upset that you can't get your boat, the water, go call your wife. We will get you in line to install as soon as we can. All our customers and the road in all caps, all our customers are valued, and we cannot place you in front of others who scheduled earlier oh boy. Apparently Daily wire reports google map shows the area. Is Nearly two hundred miles from the governor's mansion. Remember she was like. Don't go to your vacation home. Well they were up there. You're up there. last week, the governor urged people at a press conference to not travel if they didn't live there. Quote is so if you're in northern Michigan or the upper peninsula. A Uber and you want to go out to eat with your family. Just make sure you do everything in your power to protect yourself from the virus. And if you don't live in these regions, region, six and region eight, please think long and hard before you take a trip to them. And her husband's like I'm out. I mean I. Don't blame him. He promised to get away from her. Imagine how controlling nutjob Jamie. She's crazy. Am, I saw a There was a story about I was on Fox. News Dot Com some liberal activists. A black one said that Biden's comments. He said what he said, but I'd rather have Biden there. then. The Authority -Tarian Donald Trump digging. He's the guy that is saying. Everybody should be free to go to the beach. Go back to work. Live your life. He is the one that is saying. Get Out of lockdown yet. They call him the authoritarian. And the Democrats are the ones that are trying to keep everyone down. Anyway we gotta get to Kelly mcenaney. We'll do what we back Kaley mcenaney at the end of her press briefing. She might be my favorite one by the way Kaley mcenaney. My favourite one out of out of all of these people impress secretaries. she did something I've never heard before. And it was glorious. It was so good. I'm watching this on Friday because this is what my life is. And I'm like this is This is incredible stuff. How she put them in their place. The media you are GonNa to love it, and we'll get to it coming up. Do not go anywhere. It is your morning ritual with me. Gary Lewis Kansas T. am seven ninety two sons most IPE dot, com. The runaway songs continue Gerald Lewis with you here. It's all in honor of Martha. I mean how much more nice to him to get. I'm dedicating song serpent entire show. Great Job Ryan. Can Spam seven two sons most stimulating talk. You could see again the. The email that we receive a Ryan received and forwarded onto me. FACEBOOK DOT com slash Gary Lewis Radio. I can follow it at Gary Lewis on twitter. There you haven't. People are commenting like crazy on the facebook posts or go join the fun. Go join the fun. Going to be ninety nine today at one hundred three tomorrow hundreds throughout the week It's almost June. What expect. So Kaley mcenaney I heard this on Friday I saw it on my own. She just without physically killing people. She just murdered the media. Just murdered the media. They, ask all kinds of stupid inane things, right? They they they. They pushed conspiracy theories. Russia this impeachment that Blah Blah Blah right so I want you to hear. And we'll get back to Biden after one eleven. Kaley mcenaney and it's it's not short, but it flies by because it's so good, it is so good. Listen to Kaley. mcenaney murder the media without getting violent. Listen to this here we go. I have not spoken to the president about that, but who I did. Speak to you about President, Obama and mask Michael Flynn where the men and women in this room I haven't spoken to him on that specific point have spoken to them about the matter generally and I laid out a series of questions that. Journalists one to answer about why people were on mast, and all sorts of questions and I just wanted to follow up with you guys on that. Did anyone take it upon themselves to pose any questions about Michael Flynn unmasking the President Obama spokesperson. Journalists posing that question okay. Light Julia. A series of questions in perhaps if I write them out in a slight formats, maybe we're visual learners and you guys will follow with. The, so not so. Far maybe a follow up a journalist journalistic curiosity. She literally created a powerpoint with slides so they can see each question. She Li. Listen. If you don't WanNa, ask Obama about this. You don't. You can't come over the questions. I'll do it for you. I've never seen this before. This is so good, listen here. We go fly to be Obama administration us, opposite opposition research funded by a political organization and filled with foreign dirt to surveilled members of the trump campaign. Number, two, why was Lieutenant, General Michael Flynn Unmasked Not by the Intel community entirely by Obama's chief of staff by the former vice, President Joe Biden by Susan Rice by the Treasury. Secretary I mean this is extraordinary and you know. If were political appointees in the trump administration. I can guarantee you. I'd have questions in my inbox right now, but apparently Obama's spokesperson does not. Why was Flynn's identity leaked and criminal act? It is a criminal act to leak the identity of Michael Flynn to the press, but it happened where the questions to Obama spokesperson. Because my team would-be running around this building. Should this have? Have happened under the trump administration. Why did the DOJ Sally Yates? Learn about the unmasking from President Obama so much for going by the book as Susan. Rice said the re times. Val Dot protests too much. Susan, Rice and then finally question number five. Why did James Clapper John? Brennan Samantha, power and Susan Rice privately admit under oath. They had no evidence of collusion while saying the opposite publicly. It's a long weekend. You guys have three days to all those questions and I certainly hope the next time I ask some hands. Go up because Obama. Spokesperson to be asked those questions because president trump's spokespeople certain. Wow. Do, you WanNa talk about a set of ovaries there it is Martha. That's how you do it, okay. And the media got mad. How dare she tell us how to do our job? How dare she do this? This is terrible. This is awful this. Duty was great. It was great. You know how long I've been wanting to tell these people this. Oh. I? I'M GONNA go Chris Matthews here. I had a Tingle run-up Thi-. Now my leg, just my thigh. That's what she said. Yep and it's not just because Kaley is, is very easy on the eyes. She is smart as a whip. And she just put them in their place. And, the media got all mad about this Oh and then never trump and rhino. It's right Joan Goldberg. He's an alleged conservatives and never trump and conservative right. He said that what she did was indefensible and grotesque. skews me. I, think pushing a fake narrative that they were all duped on by the way they're not mad about getting duped because they were in on it about trump and Russia. That is grotesque. GimMe a break Jonah Goldberg a waste of skin and bones right there. Give me a break. Oh. and honestly what she did, right, there is exactly what Martha acceler should be doing, and I would be more convinced that she's an actual conservative. That will actually fight if she would do things like that. Do? You know what Martha did by the way this past weekend. She hiked the Grand Canyon. Whereas Mark Kelly is putting on ads and more. Kelly is getting away with being a Chai Com business partner. Martha was so excited She took selfies. Where's took pictures? She completed the hike of a lifetime. Well unfortunately more, you can have a lot more time to do those. Hikes of a lifetime and go take a Lotta hikes. Yeah yesterday she does may twenty four, th. Yes, or my friend? Kobe completed a lifetime. We truck eighteen miles or the Rand Canyon. You think people care about that right now. Is that what it is, you think they care about. This I could give two craps if she hiked the Grand Canyon or not. What are you doing to brand? Mark Kelly as a gun grabbing COM business, partner. You're doing nothing and you want. Garrett stop saying that no Martha literally isn't even trying. Daniel? Don't go anywhere. I have more eight zero, K, N, s t eight, eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. We gotta get into the media the media Apollo twelve accepting Joe Biden's apology. Did you hear this? We gotta get back into the Biden stuff. Don't go anywhere. Wait till you hear it then ninety six, sixty eight. Well there. You Go Garrett Lewis with you here can S. T. am seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk so? GonNa have what we have I. Put up on my Pager Kansas Dot. com, the Danny McCarthy. Interview added seven o five in place of Martha Because Martha canceled. It'll be up if you missed it. It was really guitar with the economy bouncing back How hard he has worked what he's done what his plan was because you might still is got no chance well. There was something strategic that he did, and maybe he doesn't, but we'll see It's really interesting and I think you'd like to hear it about my pager canister dot com probably the next half an hour. So enjoy that now? Really quick, Joe. Biden makes those insanely racist comments, and by trump is selling the trump campaign selling. You Ain't black enough t shirts, which is just brilliant. Brilliant. But in a fashion. We knew this was going to happen. Right the the Democrats leftist. They have no problem supporting Joe. Even though tear, read is come out saying he sexually assaulted me and she has like seven different people corroborating her story. Ilhan Omar said listen. I believe Terri. Still voting for Joe Biden, so they're all hypocrites. They're all hypocrites. But you have to hear these people and his little montage album. Making excuses and accepting Joe Biden's racist comments, okay? Number One zero three Ryan. Let's get that going. This is the montage of the people saying it's all good. We get it. Listen to this one. Oh three! This is the montage of people accepting Joe Biden's racist Gaffe Hero. Revved up. Okay, because this is a distraction. By spoke. To his comments on the breakfast club be apologize. He clarified. He said he should have been so cavalier, but we need to WanNa talk about the issue. Then what's really at stake here? vice-presidents have said it. He apologized for it, but I really think the goal and the nerve a president trump I believe that Joe Biden was incorrect and saying the statement you ain't black but also believe that his apology was sufficient. Given swiftly, he was saying I'm sorry I was being Tavernier I apologize to his credit. Joe, Biden recognized within minutes that he had gotten carried away I think he has apologized and he should've apologize. It was like one of those jokes that just falls flat. There's almost the end of the interview and you need to understand. The context are being Biden Mater. He apologized for. Move I mean. We can obsess on this participants in the scheme of things. Knocked on. There's not amount to diddly squat. Yup near you have it. They are totally totally fine with its. Holy smokes eight zero. Eight zero, five, six, seven, eight. We gotta get vouch stuff to. We've done Martha all morning. We'll continue to mention it. But foul she said is absolutely breathtaking. It is insane vouch. He said, and then I'll tell you what Andrew Cuomo said about this. Yeah. Come on come on. She's a new. Baby maybe. As Martha going out to you Martha this one From Garrett to Martha. Go. Three things I think you need to know number. One Martha reneged on an interview because she found out she was going to be on this show. She had no idea so again. A third party company that is out to help push her book. Reached out, said available. Would you like to talk to or Sarai? Jumped out at booker as awake last. Wednesday right. That's when it was Wednesday. And I decided to post it on social media last night that she's GonNa be on the show and thirty nine minutes later on gets an email. Cancelling, she would prefer. This is the exact verbiage. You could see it on my page, kid, facebook and twitter. The senator would prefer not to speak with Garrett tomorrow. Yeah I think. I wasn't afraid of terrorism I. Know Probably a liberal. All Right, so we? She cancel second thing. I think you need to know so. She hiked the Grand Canyon pushing the book. skip this show, but she really wants to win reelection. Second thing I think you need to know is that the Democrats are running scared very scared. Apparently, they're worried that because the trump trot. Obama's former top economists Jason Furman now at Harvard. told a bipartisan leaders from both parties. We're see the best economic data we've seen in this in the history of the country. Well more of that in a minute. Third Thing I. Think you need to know? Any foudy scary fouled she now all of a sudden reverses course and says we can't be in lockdown forever, avenue. It caused irreparable, harm. You wanted everybody to be locked down. Dude, everybody until we have a vaccine. This guy knows what he's talking about. Is He? All there is. Is he like Biden and the head now? Three things I think you need to know. You notice, trump is had enough of them. He's not going to public. Just destroy him, but he's. He's not making the rounds with trump anymore and he shouldn't. We moved on. I predicted some point when the economy gets going next couple of months of your Friday night news dump were trump fires pouty. And they'll go crazy. Whatever trump needs a distraction, trump ice vouch. My prediction. Let's play the foul. She's sound bite if you don't Mind Ryan. Doc Dr Foul cheesy. DR G. He goes on, CNBC. This anti faucher number, one or two and I couldn't believe he said this. This is the opposite of everything listening depending upon the dynamics of the infection in the particular State City Region County that you're in, we certainly want to in a cautious way reopening. We can't stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you might do irreparable damage and unintended consequences including consequences for help. And it's for that reason why the guidelines of being put forth so that the states and the cities can start to reenter and reopen. When trump said that, the media said he was GONNA kill people. They after me think they're going to go without she that same way. You'RE GONNA. Say Cheese. He's dribbling trump cool eight now I mean they. They attacked trump over saying that they attacked and they republicans after saying that. I to attack Valgy, no, no, no, no! All of a sudden, this guy just changes tune, but we should believe everything he says. The guy's not been right wants. Maybe now he'll be right, right. You wearing masks. I saw this story. If you wearing masks, not only dangerous because the moisture is there. You lose your oxygen level in your blood. There's a new thing they're calling mask knee like acne, but masked knee. People are now breaking out onto the masks. Yup Right on your face. Mask me. So. It says he doctors. When you wear a mask, you seal in your breath. This creates a moist humid environment as traps, your breath, skin, oils, and sweat leader, rotation, rashes and acne. Oh Man. So This is GonNa Make People WanNa. Take off the masks even more quickly. Women's start breaking out of their face watch out man holy so even men to. It's not wanted. They're comparing it to diaper rash because it's irritating, the skin can cause breakout. Whatever it is, nobody wants that. Nobody wants it. So? That's going to be another big. Dilemma right there. So, it's getting to the story from politico. And this is where you know the Martha should be on the offense. We're going to open it up. We're going to be. Like like Danny McCarthy said she couldn't even say. The Doug Ducey was wrong to threaten people to jail. I would great question. Did you see a problem with Doug Ducey on how to do this? She always stuck with Doug Ducey when she didn't national interview on We played it. Stu Varney on Fox business. He said Arizona guys are ready to get going. I mean. Shouldn't you be ready in rare into goes, we'll doug. ducey's go. It's so. It's like a light timmer. He's going to slowly. Brighten it up and slowly, and he's got a great plan. Before he even said he's going to open it. The swamp sticks with the swamp in its deep. Anyway, so get this Democrats panicking panicking over everywhere. They actually think they have a chance for some reason against trump I'll never feel I'll never figure this one out. Jason Furman. Harvard professor top economists the Obama Administration Said we're about to see the best data. We've seen in the history of the country. Apparently stunned Democrats. They want economic damage. These are sick. These people are see. Trump ran and we wanted trump, and you know we wanted Romney before we knew any better because we said these guys will make the economy better like we're one of the improve Democrats root for the economy to be damaged. We want people to suffer, so we can get their vote. We're like we want. Our people have great policy. Get the vote to different things right. So he are. So firm said this, he said He's forecasting, not and instead of a prolonged depression level economic catastrophe. He put details. Why the months before the November election could offer trump the chance to brag about the most explosive monthly employment numbers and GDP growth ever. And political reported his counterintuitive pitches call. Some Democrats especially Obama Alumni around Washington DC to panic. Their. Pets Democrats are panicked over a great economy which would benefit all Americans. This that. They have no good policies. That's why they just promise. People free stuff when they promise people stuff that you get to pay for and I get the pay for this pay for it. And now they're worried and upset. The economy might be good. Predicted to be good by an Obama, why? Because doesn't help them. You know they should say. We're going to make it better than what trump did, and this is how we're GONNA do no plan and their plans. Their ideas only destroyed the economy and they know it. One former top Obama official told politico. This is their big worry. Concern, is quote high high? High five is. They're concerned about a strong economy sick, isn't it? Like when we say, they are okay with people dying, they would like they would have loved to see people dying left and right on the streets from the from the Chinese virus, just dropping dead. Because it had been freaked out and said this is that we desire chance defeat trump. They become telling you. They'd be cool. People dropping dead. And this is Joe Biden by the way is switching. His is his idea of campaign trying to get away from the racist thing. Let's get away from the racist thing. Let's talk about the economy and people ask about the economy. Good luck with that. Jason Firmly Obama now. The Harvard professor former top economist were Obama said when the economic data from the last couple of months started coming in. He noticed data pointed to a type of recovery. That is similar to what economists see after major natural disasters. Oh like the V. thing right? Larry cudlow trump's top economic guy in the White House, told politico he totally agrees with Jason Furman. With the data. He presented the analysis of it. Said Q. Three, maybe the single best GDP quarter since regular data second-half Super Big growth, transitioning to four percent or more in two thousand twenty one. Democrats that spoke to politico said they were distressed. Over the prospect. The economy would be improving before the election quote trump Pete's bite on the economy even right now. When Democrat told politico, this is going to be extremely difficult, no matter what. Another, Democrat political even today when we're at over twenty, million unemployed, actually over thirty eight million, but whenever? Trump gets high marks on the economy, so I can't imagine what it looks like. When things go in the other direction I don't think this is a challenge for the Biden campaign. This is a challenge for the. This is the challenge for the Biden campaign. If they can can't figure this out, they should just all go home. So Democrats are upset that the economy is going to rebound quickly, according to an Obama economist. And they're mad at about it. That's what you're going to see over the next couple of weeks. They're going to start putting stuff out to try to sabotage the economy. They're gonNA want more bailouts. They're going to want more lockdown. I mean that's why these Democrat governors wanted to keep things lockdown. Crazy, isn't it? This is what they are. They're bad, bad bad human beings. ANYTHING POWER ANYTHING FOR POWER WE'LL continue. Don't go anywhere morning with that store. My facebook page warning ritual Louis Kansas seventy two side, inspiresleep dot, com. Gary Lewis with you here. Canada's Ta am seven hundred sons most stimulating talk. I know this is just our standard altro. But I. Did you know what Somebody said about Christopher Cross? Run like the wind. That's a good one. That's a classic. I know I. Forgot about that one, too. We'll do that tomorrow when. You get this one. This is going after Martha. Baby. Along with. What is that? Oh my gosh. He's on down the Road Martha. Is Too much. Is Too much I love it. That is that is great. I put that story by the way of the Obama top economists saying we're GONNA record numbers and trump can brag about and Democrat facebook page I tweeted it as well, and so is Martha's that email about Martha cancelling the the show this morning this the interview Russia's next top. Teeth on from the Trajan Wealth Studio, your local fiduciary trajan wealth dot com. This is. A seven.

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