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Being Scammed On A Dating App

Crystal's Nightcap

24:50 min | Last month

Being Scammed On A Dating App

"Hello to your beautiful knuckle nest. It's crystal says back with another episode of crystals nightcap tonight. An update on why wendy williams hates her brother. Dj kelly is on only fans in dating app. Employees shared deep secrets about what goes on behind the scenes. Sit back relax. It's crystals night. Kat your own happy. Who's day man has been so pretty. It's been like summertime. i really need to take advantage. I need to be out more and need to go do things and it'd be outside. I've been such a lazy couch potato. I've been doing a lot of nothing this whole time. But it's all good. I mean we're still the middle pandemic. there's not much you can do but thank you for being here for another episode of crystals nightcap. Please subscribe if you haven't shared the podcast with your friends. If you're really liking it's i'm live on while for nine in san francisco monday through friday seven to midnights on your radio or on the free iheartradio app. I'm on multiple markets on the weekends across the country. So check out my socials for which wants on everything. I'm at crystal process. And let me see that. I miss anything. Read the podcast by stars if you can leave a nice little comment and helps to get my podcast up there on the algorithm. Now we're gonna get into sharing the cheese managers where talk about celebrity news viral and trending and we're getting into it right now. Y'all have you seen she really. Oh my god look at. We're sharing cheesman. We share an achievement. Oh oh oh. I have cheesman about a story that i brought up yesterday. Having to do with wendy williams okay so a little recap yesterday. Last night's episode of a crystals nightcap shared how wendy williams was beefing with her brother. Tommy who i now learned is fifty three years old and wendy williams age Fifty three fifty six. Yeah see. I told you guys that they looked around the same age. So basically tommy wendy williams is brother called out wendy for supposedly not showing up to their mother's funeral. Their mother passed away in december and the funeral was really recently so tommy decided to go on his youtube. Live and talk about like. How could you not show up for the one person like blah blah and wendy never said that she didn't show up but wendy said tommy. Keep your name out of my mouth receipts on things and it. Just you could tell that they did not have a good relationship. What else was what else were they saying. Yeah oh wendy was saying that is just you can tell the gates him. He is a blogger and he is sometimes hypocritical about what he shares and whatnot but ended the day. She was saying that she has more respect and likes her ex husband kevin hunter more than she likes her own brother minds you kevin hunter had a whole baby on wendy recently. Is this yeah. This was last year and that says a lot like for wendy to say that she likes her ex husband more than her own brother. You know there must be some beef so today on wendy. Show she okay. I know he also to share what my opinion was. Because a lot of the comments were saying you shouldn't be talking about family publicly You know tv and social media is place to talk about your siblings and family. Private matters should stay private. And i shared. I kind of do agree with that too. Last year i shared a story that has to do with my brother and i and it was very intense and i was very hurt and my mom pulled me to the side and was just saying how i shouldn't be sharing things like that because especially because my brother doesn't he wasn't able to defend himself and it's just it's just not right and at the end of the day because we are family like we are going to love each other no matter what because you listeners do have a biased for me like y'all dull for the most part. If you all like me maybe you don't and you're still listening. Hey you guys are gonna automatically have a bias for me take my side as opposed to somebody else saw my brother. You know out on the streets. Y'all could you know. Say whatever you want to him and he probably has no idea. What's going on but elliot's ultimately. I did kind of agree that things like. This should stay private. But because i'm such a cheese and i love like being with each and all that i really wanna hear what's going on and i wanted more of the tea and wendy gave us more of the t. Today this was really sad like i. I was shook hearing this according to wendy. she did. She hopes the funeral her and her son and her ex husband. Kevin were there and the brother. Tommy was there too but tommy for some reason was out here. Trying to fistfight a younger family member. A blood family relative. Who's half his age and this flashbacks to me. Because i think you guys know that. I have a cousin out there because in charlie who she is very angry does not like me and she has made multiple threads to me on the internet and personally to me about how she wants to drag me by my hair down the street anyways. Back to wendy. We'll get to me and cousin charleena's second when he was saying that her brother tommy gone to a physical altercation with a young girl. Family member half his age and the younger family member was like very confused on why guy was fighting but it was a legit brawl. Legit fist fight. And at this point kevin hunter wendy's ex came up to wendy and was like i need a break this up like i'm sorry wendy like would what sh- i should go break this upright and the sun was like. Yeah 'cause i told you. Wendy and kevin son was there too. He's twenty years old and he was like. Yeah dad everyone. Here's old like you're the only one who's going to break this up like go break it up and wendy was like if he tries to sue us or anything we got your back like we have your back in court so kevin hunter went up and tried to break up the fight now. This was awful. I mean that is now ever what you want at a funeral. Someone fighting and causing a whole scene. So-so terrible not a way to go out like or to set off your family member especially like your mom And the way that wendy was describing. I was so heartbroken about it because like day in your own sibling can even keep it together for your mother's funeral. Oh my goodness so. Wendy said that's all she was going to say about that she's not going to bring it up or talk about it again but yeah clearly. This guy tommy has a whole Is is an issue. Like if you're someone who's out here trying to cause fistfights at funerals you legitimately problem Back to my cousin charlie. If y'all have not listened it was not this past summer but the summer before those episodes crazy it's like my forty year old cousin tries to fight me or something like that goal is until episodes. They're really entertaining. But yeah my cousin charlie. She really hates me and like i said she's verbally tried to. She's verbally came at me and she's never laid a hand or finger on me. Some happened with someone else that i promised. I wouldn't talk about. But i was really nervous. That charlie was gonna tristars some at my grandpa's funeral which was a few weeks ago. But i also knew that wyan really. It was going to be small funeral because we're in the middle of a pandemic and the the funeral home or not the funeral home. But there's only a certain amount of people that were invited and could go and luckily i had knee in my parents and my brother there But i was going up to some of my pre mass to say hi to them. And then i looked to my left and because in charlie stating right there looking at me. She has sunglasses on. She has like a karen haircut now and she had sunglasses on and i didn't say anything. I didn't even acknowledge her. I just pretended like she was a ghost. Because i did want nothing to do with that. And then because in charlie comes out without big all bag like she comes out with this big old like beach bag with like little little gifts. I guess for everyone and she's going around prancing this gifts to everyone making sure everyone's having much you you got one hundred and then she just looks at me and my family and she just keeps walking and then me and my mom. We're like we're all you whatever it isn't that little good little lollipop chinmoy. We don't need your little goodie bag at this funerals queen like but ultimately nothing happened. So i'm happy about that but yeah fights. Funerals are not the business she definitely going did with someone else at a different funeral. And like i said i can't talk about that. I really want to trust me. I wanna talk about that so bad. It's so good. But i promise the person involved i wouldn't talk about it on the podcast so here i am like a good person or whatever but people who start drama funerals. They have serious issues. That's the one place where you need to both at vienne. You know like behave and hearing the story from wendy i can totally understand and see now how her brother is just a hamas and then the fact that they had to even bring up. If there's a lawsuit like i feel like the brother is probably jealous of wednesay wants to be famous. Tries to bring up. Her name lies on her clearly lying that she wasn't at the funeral and starting like Problems so i don't know. Would you hash it out with someone like that. Would you be able to like get past things like that with someone I had to learn with my cousin. Charlie that blood is not thicker than water. Sometimes if your family blood family that don't mean nothing you can still have family members that are crazy and that you are just pure and by wendy talking about her brother. I i feel the vibes. I see the vibes. And would you believe hash it out with someone like that. See my my issue with my brother. And i it like. He's not pure evil. I love my brother. We be fi in. I don't agree with things that he does. And how he says things but at the end of the day. That's my brother. Like i love him. I will ride. I for him no matter what and i know that he'll do the same for me but i cannot say the same for other people and i also only have one brother so only have like one shot at this. I'm saying i know some people who don't talk to their siblings at all like at all and that's really sad to see but sometimes you gotta do is best for you so let me know what you think. Would you able to forgive a sibling. Who out here started fistfight at a funeral and it was lying about you about it because i wouldn't. Yeah wendy drop it. Never bring him up ever again. Never see him ever again. Don't talk to him. Ignore him like he is just nobody. That's that's my excuse. The best way to deal with people like this deal with like evil people like this is really just to ignore them. So that's what i have to say about that. So tell me have you started your only fans. Yeah i feel like everyone on their moms is on only fans. And i'm i'm not mad about it i'm here for y'all know the i cannot do onlyfans because my mom will end me. The only well do onlyfans is for the feet once. Because i heard that those make money but other than that. No you're not gonna see me on only fans dj emphatic. Joa just joined only fans. They made the announcement on their instagram page. Along with the video of them in a really serious a basketball game. And if you're thinking that this is going to be like a rated x. dj callard fat. Joe instagram i mean only fans no. We're wrong it's not. It's not gonna be any freaky stuff. Nothing to go down. It's just going to be them to giving their fans inspiration and motivation and a look into their personal lives. But you do have to subscribe to see it. You have to pay a monthly fans usually anywhere five to one hundred dollars a month. Depending on what. The celebrity who this lebanon is or who influence her is and what they're put on only fans but for me. I'll know i'm not really trying to pay five dollars a month to see dj. Tell me another one. You know you can do another one and the same for fat joe love them. I think they're great and for big his snapchat and his instagram. Was that for a very very long time. I think it's great. That artists are trying to capitalize off their personalities. Now and try to give exclusive content on only fans and that's the problem with instagram. Is that instagram. I mean for even for me. Like instagram is dead. Like i haven't posted for real and instagram. Since i think like mid december. I'm just kind of over it. The algorithm is terrible. They only show your stuff if you pay instagram to promote it and it's it's just kind of a mess and that's exactly why like onlyfans capitalizing right now and everyone is switching over. Because they're like all right well. There is content that people wanna see. Instagram isn't showing the content that people are putting out. So we're going to try to at least make a coin off on only fans. I think it's great. Like i said i'm not going to buy. Are you gonna buy something like that. And have you bought any onlyfans. I tried to buy only fans from salita powell. And i've talked about her along the podcast. Before she's kind of like a a an influence or groupie and and she calls herself that like. I'm not. I'm not shading her like she does what she has to do. And i tried to buy it but it didn't go through for whatever reason so i couldn't get it but that was really the only person that i cared to see their only fans I've even noticed that like a lot of a lot of influencers. I girl influencers that. I follow aren't posting as much either on instagram. And they're really trying to push her onlyfans but instagram is about about that. Instagram does not let you promote onlyfans very well like they are very strict about that because they know that you're out there getting money and they're not getting any of that money so i know that there's people who have gone there pages deleted like tricia this. She's one influencer on youtube youtuber and her whole instagram deleted because she kept promoting her onlyfans. So that's the only thing. But i know. Let me know if you bought any any. Any of them are good. You know to subscribe to if i should be subscribing to any onlyfans. Let me know on everything. I'm outlawed crystal tool says we're gonna swerve away from celebrity stuff. We're gonna talk about dating apps on of any of y'all are on dating apps during this pandemic but things are definitely interesting. And there's this a reddit post that's going viral because it asked any employees from dating apps to share their deepest darkest secrets. And i think you're going to be surprised about what these employees shared now. The first one obviously has to do with depict. The employee said that amount of unsolicited depict is astonishing in horrifying He said that the number will still surprise all of us and for the most part. It's just guys that are out here saying nothing. No comments no words just the picture and yeah someone who's definitely gone a few of those absolutely horrifying quick with the block and quick to throw my own across the room. Because it's not cute. It's not fun. It's not sexy. Don't do it someone else. Role that the employees would create fake accounts to chat with users. It was everything from someone to paying premium. Premium accounts and. They weren't getting responses or if it was just bored employees so not sure if you know but a lot of these dating apps they push for their users to pay for a premium service. And let's say let's talk about tinder right if you're on tinder. They're like pay to have tinder. Plus and then i mean. I've never paid for this. I know someone who has paid for this. I know someone who has paid for this and when you pay for things like they will automatically give you matches when the person didn't match you ladies. Have you ever been on a dating app. And you're like how did this guy message me. I have never slept him. And i never would. Swipe him in these over here saying hey cutie. Yet it's because they bought at premium access Another user said that they had a murder on their platform that the top of the company was interviewed as witnesses to this murder but there was nothing that they could have done about a or done to prevent it or anything like that. And that's the crazy thing. It is true. A lot of people like to Blamed dating apps if something goes wrong but these crazy people who are out here trying to kill are probably going to try to kill whether they're on a dating app or not Someone else and other dating app employee wrote that the algorithms are not as sophisticated as we think that the main goal of the algorithm is not to make sure you meet someone in real life and that you like them at the goal of the algorithm is to have you pay for these premium services. Like i said. I've been on the apps like if i'm swiping or something they'll be like. Oh you know pay to unlock this or see who superlight. Ju like or see the matches that you've missed. It's like girls. Don't really care about that are not gonna pay for that but thirsty guys definitely will Another employee wrote that female dating app. Users are usually the ones out sign off for the day. We'll logoff hours way earlier than men. Do men like to log in a little after ten pm And they usually don't see a lot of like girls that are on there which i have found that too because you guys know that i work leads sometimes like if i'd get on i'll notice. Alex swipe someone in the past ten. I'll automatically get a message. I'm like okay like dang this person is just like way in or they have the notifications on which is a whole other thing But yeah that was another secrets. Something else is that a lot of these apps have tons of bots to keep their engagement up and these are real people but guys are using all girls like if you see a girl. That's you on a dating app and you can tell that she's super out of your league and she's out here talking to you for a little bit. She's probably these. Buds are usually like teenagers or in their young twenty s from like countries. Way out there. And if you notice that there is crazy spelling errors and grammatical errors than you're definitely talking to these. Lots will talk to for a little bits. And then they'll just go steal and why they goes to. You is because they're getting paid just to have a little conversation for these users that are paying and then just to. That's pretty much it There's this one guy who said he worked for a soft as a software engineer for dating site in the mid thousands and literally every single female profile was faked every single one and there were usually profiles that were trying to get you to pay to see photos of them. You know what i'm saying. So it's like they're like fake kind of fake onlyfans like they're fake girls. Usually guys that will pretend to be girls and then the message you and be like. Oh you know if you if you give me some money. I'll show you some pictures. It's really just people trying to make money off view. Another one said that. Yeah a lot of these female users are fake. The big problem with dating apps is that there's so many guys and not that many girls a employee roll back like they found out the average time. A of when like hanky-panky happens after first dates it usually on average would take about three days before a sexy time He said that there was like some key words and algorithms. And that's how they found this out and i think i think that kind of makes sense. Another employee wrote that women frequently lie about their age and weight and Lie about their height and salary And also really big problem. That women are the ones who are always getting swarmed with dm messages and men almost always get none. That kind of makes sense. I've never message someone i like. That's definitely not something i would ever do. And cosc- girls definitely lying about their age and weight. I mean i'm i'm twenty seven this year. Y'all like i kinda getting up there and when you go on dating apps like you see that there's like twenty twenty one year old and it's kind of weird and scary But i'm not i'm dumping. I'm going to be someone to lie about my age. But i could see why guys definitely would lie about their heightened and stuff And how much they make. Let's see yes. Someone else wrote that men get very very few matches regardless of how good their profile looks. That guy's just do not get that many matches but women get a lot of matches however most of those matches are useless. Women like if we're on those apps where pro. We're most likely going to get i. I feel like guys just match. Anyone like they're just like anyone candle to match everyone and for girls. Yeah i guess. We were definitely a lot more selective which is good but like this person said a lot of those matches are useless. Retired jobs removed. Oh this other user wrote that this one girl in the company for dating app her whole job was to remove inappropriate images it was just to look for depicts all day five days a week it was just the worst drop ever and she said that it was not. Okay how many were on there now. Affirm me i have not seen that many inappropriate photos on dating apps. So i think this is doing a really good job. I'll know ladies if you've gone. Dating apps like do see law of inappropriate stuff. I really don't like obviously you see like the shirtless picks. Ucla guys who try to bring their underwear down and stuff like that. But i don't see that stuff. Another employee wrote that the most depressing stat was the histogram of word count in messages. It's something like ninety one percent of opening messages. Were just one word. Hey eighty five percent of conversations were just exchange long. hey No reply ever and by looking at the they were just like researching on what the opening lines were and it was just really sad. How people guys especially don't put a lot of effort. And i seem like i will not like. I said i won't. Dm i but i also will not respond to a one word opener like if you're not putting effort at all like i can tell what kind of person you are. There has been like one or two guys that did have like nice openers. And i think that you can tell off the bat if you're going to get along with someone within like the first like three messages That's what i think about that People get scammed. Often one employee wrote that people are lonely and vulnerable on dating apps so they can get scammed out of money and give a really really quickly I need to work on doing that. Like i have not even considered scamming people dating apps. But anything that i should and i think that it would be really easy. I love watching those like catfish episodes. Were like these girls or guys that were out here catfish and getting like thousands of dollars out of them. I'm like okay. I should not be promoting especially during the pandemic though ignore all of that. But yeah i guess. There's a lot of people scheming on dating apps so we careful don't be given out information about your banking or whatever because you can easily get got now. If you want to read the whole list. I did put it on the site like crystal rose says dot com. And let me know. Have you had any luck recently on dating apps or anything like that. You know where to find me on everything. I met la crystal suss.

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Big Pimpin'

Fame is a Bitch

31:03 min | 2 years ago

Big Pimpin'

"From workhouse connect in a j Benza. Vein. He liked to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex camps is the guy put the cop and the peacock network. Okay. Okay bitch. Hey, everybody AJ Benzi here fame famous of bitch. It is much twenty-second twenty nineteen. Oy. Stuff going on today to the shitty day raining and sunny, cold and raining. Don't get a cold, my voice Ella. But we're not going to try to raise it too much on this show. I have to talk still more about Wendy Williams, controlling husband, Kevin hunter because historically it really started to dawn on me what this guy really is. The fact that look he told her to go to sober facility. In cleans to battle drinking and drug demons. That's according to a source on the show a show that we all knows produced by Kevin. But all Wendy Williams fans need to know a few things about a guy on the dimension. Who was named Robert Beck. He was really born Robert Lee mopping or Robert muffins junior. He died. Nineteen ninety two better known as iceberg. Slim was an American Pam pool became influential, author with primarily black readership. But if you ever read I think he wrote three or four books that brawl about his life as a pimp something else. I mean, they really made them Mark. There redacted into movies, and the imagery and the tone of his fiction, obviously has been acknowledged. And without question was a huge influence by a lot of gangsta rappers including ice t and ice Q. Okay. I spoke slim gives birth is state, and I do. Because look they took the ice part of his name for various reasons. But it's a bit of sickness really because iceberg slim was widely known as a man who treated women like shit. He made all these women his floors. But let's start at the start. This is a guy who was a kid in Milwaukee Wisconsin, then went to Rockford Illinois before he ended up in Chicago when his father shocker walked out on his mom. What do, you know, his mom had the talent and the Foreside open a beauty parlor? And that's what she work to support both of them in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and she ended up money back, then working her salon to give her son the privileges of a middle class life, really even a college education, which at the time was very difficult for the average person. What's often about the thirties? So this guy slammed goes off and attends to ski university in Alabama. But because he spent a lot of time in the street he starts to bootleg and he got expelled as a result of that after he was expelled his mom's like, look, you know, what want you become a lawyer and work with the street people you like hanging out with but iceberg while he wasn't call iceberg yet. But let's say is burn would see the pimps bringing women into his mother's beauty parlours, and he was far more attracted to the money in the control over women that pimping provided. So at eighteen years old guess what he become is not going to become a lawyer. He's going to become a pin? And he stayed additives forty two and the book iceberg slim claims that during his career he had over four hundred women both lock in white that worked for him. He said he was known for his real bad temper. But also he was frosty in the sense that this guy stayed calm emergencies which combined with him being really skinny is with earned him, the nickname iceberg, slim. But even though he had the verbiage to to speak to women down, Pat, and the psychological manipulation to do that to a woman. He failed to keep them compliant. So he began to beat them with wire hangers. You can read about these these awful things in autumn otter fee fully fully admits to doing that he fully admits to being very ruthless vicious guy. He was also connected with a lot of other pimps one of them again him Albert baby bell a guy that was born in eighteen ninety nine who pimp for decades he had a jewel pet Asselot. Another pimp was a guy that got slim hooked on cocaine over time slim was noted for being able to -ffective conceal emotions throughout his pimping career something he learned from baby bell, a pimp Donal his horse, but not let them know him. He's gotta be God all the way. Well, this is what I'm trying to get across to Wendy Williams. This is what she's involved with. She's married to a very bad man, who is manipulating her and pulling all. The strings in her life, and he's been doing it for many years those closest to her no she didn't want to and doesn't want to go to the sober house. But right now when Williams is married to being controlled by iceberg. Kevin in my sources, tell me that no one thinks it's the right place for Wendy to be. She sees very frail and vulnerable. I've watched the last few shows. It's frightening to me just how completely under Kevin's control. I believe she is. But you know, she won't say word against him. Fact, she says great things about him and those closest to her are terrified that something awful is going to happen. She comes to the set looking like shit. Williams tells view as the other day through tears in her eyes. You know, I've been living in a sober house. I've had to struggle with cocaine in my past. I never went to a place to get treatment. Only. Kevin knows this. Not my parents, nobody nobody knew because looked so glamorous out. See that's very telling stuff to say only Kevin knows this not my parents, nobody nobody knew because I looked so glamorous out here. Well, somebody's telling us she looks Lammers. Somebody's telling me she's got to get out there and stay Lammers to keep the money coming in. And after I finished my points on driven by my twenty four hour sober coach back to a home that I live in the tries that I mean, she's talking like a fucking robot. Staying with a bunch of smelly. Boy, that's meant for all of us to laugh to think when he stole she's back like one of us. She's making fun of smelly guys. But the door's locked by ten pm lights out by ten pm. For all the things she's done her life and the money she's earned for Christ's sake. I got to my room, and I stare my ceiling, and I fall asleep to come back here and see all of you. That is my truth. No, Wendy that is not your truth. That is all a falsehood. That is your nightmare. This is Kevin hunter exercising his control and sending her to a place with their own set of rules when these huge trouble. She's not out in the woods by any stretch. I don't give a fuck how good she looks tomorrow. And how good the tea is on fraud. I don't give a shit. I guess she's okay with that picture that just popped up. Did you see that picture of Kevin hunters? Baby. Mama drive. A nice Padron front-seat given piece I'll Kevin's in the back sitting back leaning back laughing. I don't know if that was taking Lindy was at the sober house. All the one was all cracked out Ono's could have been taken a month ago or a day ago, Kevin's avenue good old time because he's got to bitches work in farm. You know, this is this is messy and the subject kind you say some I don't know why I thought it was because I know that she called Howard Stern. I know that there was an apology after that whole thing happened and Howard because he's a good guy accepted the apology as the way of accepting Wendy's amend so to speak, but this is getting real messy and on the subject, I saw a photo of Beth stern wearing a Howard Stern. One piece bikini with Howard's whole face on the front of the bikini. Can we talk about that for second? I mean, I I don't know we sell those things or if it was a joke. But I mean, his hair alone. I don't wanna keep still in this stuff to he sixty five at sixty five years old, you're hand hair. That's it. I mean think about the calls you have come over fifty five for Christ's sake. His hair being back thick fake to me is somebody wanting to clown. Those anyhow has had to say that but getting back to Wendy Wendy's life. Listen, Kevin hunter is her pimp big time and his pimp game is essentially, you know, seeking out girls with low self worth most self esteem who crave exciting lifestyle, and these are the two factors that cause women to full quickly for a pimp with flashy aesthetics, smooth style. And would they call type verbal game? You know what I mean? And after a pimp, successfully seduces the woman he pushes his new hor out on the streets to earn money for him. And you wanna know one of the first things pimp dollars to get over on his girl to break his girl to turn her out. You take your hor out of her comfort zone. So what did you do? He puts her in a fucking sober house. Baby. Get your mind ri- baby control is easier and tighter. If the person is away from familiar settings. A girl in strange. Surroundings depends more on her man. You know what I'm saying? She needs his advice. She needs his guidance more now to see what's happening a little clearer. This is not a good position. She's in nobody should think that she's on the man that all all she's Fokker. True. She's going to sub guys it's worse than ever. What he's doing her is the same thing. Mickey rock did the Kim basing your nine and a half weeks. It's the same thing Christian grey does in the fifty shades movies as bad as they are to sensually guy using a pimp game to dominate and control girls mind. The movie the movie would be with hall true today. If you put iceberg slim into the character of Christian grey, you just change the dialogue around making more street. You got the same thing. When I watch Wendy Williams. Now, I feel like I'm watching chick in her own hostage. Video she seems to me like the our Kelly girl, she's dot this X mocking outlook on her. You know, the hell of grades Z's just get that out of the picture for their many people have that and five mile jet and all these autoimmune situation illnesses diseases. They don't miss work for sixty fucking days. Not in any some of them have really very bad cases. But for Christ's sake, we know there are other reasons why she was gone. Forget grades Z's. She's in grave danger. She was fucking up. She probably got her as you know, one point he probably grabbed her and shook into hard and Bangladesh elder. That's when the pain pill started and the called kicks in. And then what she needs to get a straight because she's a big moneymaker. She can't do shit daddy's happy with her. Plus, she's got to contend with that other bitch, the baby, mama. He's got a couple of miles away from the house. Wendy Williams is always contending with another girl. And Wendy went down. Do you think? Kevin hunter was comforting her. He was like bitch. You better get back to work. So meantime, I gotta go at you can't work. I'm gonna go pushy, someway when you're going to get better. So you can make some more money again bitch. You know, I've heard this. I've been around is like this. I'll get another one of you mother fucker. I notice guy. Any guy out there if you've had sex with a prostitute? You know that look in there is there in the room, but they're not there. That's what Wendy is right now. She's not in the room. Let me say today's first half of the show is brought to you by fab fit fun. This bring box is on sale. Now, a love that Springboks. Listen, if you guys love discovering new products, maybe your beauty fashion maven constantly on the hunt for the next best thing. Maybe you wanna get some be mom. Maybe someone's birthday, great gift ideas. Manufacture venos- wife finally broke down a got one. She loves it. 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When I was doing bad things, but to his credit he stopped me from doing really bad things. So I I owe that man a lot. He cared about me when I had like some kind of death. I swear to God, I was I don't know what you want to call it. But I just didn't care what happened to me. And he a lot of times. There was a guy. In in between me and the end. I mean, he had this big black. I washed the door and one time I got into a squabble with the guy got killed me. And I ain't care what this guy like crazy. And he said as it may you crazy motherfucker that's big sleep. I said what's who's big fleet? He puts asleep manage to go home AJ, you know, but Dubey was one of the most famous pimps on Crenshaw boulevard Menem at Dan Tana's. I happen to punch again to face who used the N word on him. I mean, if be hurt he would probably shy of a alley. But I got that. I punched him out. That's on me. You'll be became friends and friendship was born. If fact it was my wife and is first date. So I go way back with the guy. The thing about dooby. He had a way of verbally talking to his horse and high used to go to the house at I hate to say that word, but the girls who worked for because when you went there there are a bunch of pimps, and they all said how hey ho, hey, home do this older. So I mean, it really was constant, and I'm talking about pimps who had light bulbs on their time. I'm not pimps who's icecubes lit up in their drinks. I saw all this is the place where I got high with Rick James. I mean, I, you know, chocolate con- you name it. It was a spot to be the point is he had a ton of women over the years. He told me great story about the old timer iceberg slammed that I'm sure it's in a book somewhere. But when I first slim I heard there was some money to be made on this new track in Hollywood because he was out. He wasn't an LA. He was out of LA. I think it is plenty of San Francisco the track was on Sunset Boulevard in Gardner's area used to live anyhow, slim sent out ten girls stopped making him some might he put him on a train and sent mountain Hollywood. And within two nights all his girls that he sent was scooped up by other pimps who already had operations set up a lay, and they took all those girls and one of the times called slam. It said without she got motherfucker you girls. Dawn and allegedly iceberg said. You think I said my first string bitches last night. So what he did was put twenty of his finest girls the first string, and they came to Hollywood, and they never laughed iceberg. And he made a fortune. So do behind great stories like that one of the stores. He also told me that I never forgot. Was. Back in the day. He had a bottom ho, which is in term of endearment the girl that he was with the most by name or the name Lynette. Right. And at the time she had a very young sung named JC on and do be used to take care of this. Boy, LA, in fact, some nights someone is when Lynette went off to work be doing with Dr young jas yon to school, and whenever the boy was nervous because he was afraid of being bullied. He didn't want to go to school. He would piss his pants dooby. This little boy his bottom hole. Son, would this as pants all the time in back of his rolls. Royce got the point where he had the plastic down in the back seat because he knew the kid is gonna piss his pants anyhow. And he said if you do it again, I'm gonna let you go to school with pissing pants changed. This time. So the whole point is story is that little boy JC on grew up to be very big band rapper the game. Okay. And I bring up that story because do we would make fun of the game. I know that make these business pants Nihro, Negga business pants. I hate to keep saying that word, but I won't say it again. But that that were restored around every second in that house. The Rolls Royce. Do be was driving was bought. He bought from gay Kaplan and the early eighties after Kaplan success at welcome back kotter. And then I went to work with Gabe in high stakes poker. She'll weird things are just strange connections. I always end up having. But the bottom line is. Game is game the tough big bad rap, and he's a big bad motherfucker. He's in the news today because he's talking shit up and really knocking down Tommy Laron, the conservative political news, girl, whatever you wanna call the ex FOX employees. He's calling the names like racist slot semen, chug her, you know, because she called him vile for degrading her looks. She put up a picture of herself. And she was like fifteen sixteen seventeen and the way she looks now as a television pundit, of course, it's much different because she had work done. She had things done procedures here. And they're not nearly the amount of procedures the Kardashian sisters had or any fucking Cardi B or Nikki Menam. I mean, she had some shit done. She was embarking on television career but game just as to destroy her. And he posted this. Sponsor. Basically trolling her and say she had extensive worked on on a face. It. Just it pissed me off like he's a big all motherfucker. And he's he's trying to beat up on this little white girl. Game was a little boy pissed his pants because he was bullied. He was born to Crips, but to put up a photo Alaron when she was whatever seventeen eighteen years old. Of course, she had worked on all the biggest black girls your with you think all those tits natural all those asses natural command guy, also raps about making Kim Kardashian choke on his penis, not a nice guy. But the game had a long response. You know, Laron was like, look, I'm showing women young girls that you know, if you have something you wanna do in life. You can get yourself together and make a run for it was uplifting moment, while being very honest about. Here's how used to look took a lot of balls but the game his response to the article. Was that Laron sucked and swallowed her way into her job and position only misused her platform, and degrade the very culture she praises so much before her mediocre rise to media fame. He said she's a closet racist and the exact opposite of the role model for young girls of any cover. He's adamant he says, we are real well Kentucky nineteen and we are not tolerating yours or anyone else's bullshit. The hell look at the size of this big steroid eating face, tattooed monster and ask yourself. Why would he start shit with little Tammy Laron? These see what the Donald Trump is making the left day. Can't keep it. They losing them is deniro can't form a sentence without convulsing and trying to kill Trump. So many of these LeBron James can't do it snoop Dogg does on ranch every week. The game. Now can't stand the right? It's that bad blacks are doing that badly tastes them. Right now, man, if Donald Trump was president when your mom was looking game. She wouldn't be hooking. She might have owned a volatile or at least work than one. But the way he's going to tell me it's like shook night trying to take down Kristen chenowitz for fuck sake. Come on, man. Won't you Connie again sing that rap again, how Kim Kardashian family assisted billion and makeup is to make a frosted flakes when she wake up and then on on the about Kim he's saying or he wrapped I held I helped him called gnashing by throat nigga. I made us follow my kids. So she choked Nagata, I should polish is use my folks, I just it goes on and on man. This is just not a nice guy. Not to mention every other week. He's an empties column with the story about him allegedly liking. Very underage girls. I feel like a really old guy whenever the thing. I say about this guy's making me wince. But I think I'd probably just signed a death warrant for myself either go down Crenshaw game, which believe me, I'm not. But as big as big and bad as he looks thanks to do be. I always remember the stories of a boy named J C on lease to get in trouble for piston his pants on the way to school and ruining the seats to the Rolls, Royce, his mom's pimp used to ride into school in maybe somebody can tell Tommy Laron about that. And also sore picture today. A Demi the vinyl celebrating personal milestone after receiving her second stripe on her blue belt after diving into Brazilian Jiu jitsu following her near-fatal over those first of all shouldn't jump on that after overdose. She's thought on that a while before that she was she posted a picture of the blue belt with the newest stripe saying set in degree blue belt, while she tend to profess Chris light for for -ccomplish, Vince, yells received a handwritten note from Chris light that said earned not giving. This means the world to me. And I couldn't be happier Brazilian jujitsu is a passion of mine, and I can't to learn more and more and she captioned the fick pick. Thank you, Chris light for teaching me so much. I can't believe how far have come since. We're to get your legend. Let's not forget that. He Lonzo is a legend herself because she receives her second strike the same month that she knocked out J glazes frontier during a kickboxing session that was on TV. And she's on this kick to maintain healthy lifestyle and sobriety. And that is fantastic. I'm not going to make a joke about that. But listen to me the reason why she began would be JJ ish. She was really good. Give him BJ's to enemy fire name, Luke rock hold. Luke. Rock hall is a beautiful Studly model. Look and dude who's really good at BJ j I think to me Demi was gonna be J any introduced third jet the second check. So now, she's going to be J J, Joe Rogan says we all have wives and girlfriends because Luke rock hold didn't get to them. I that's been looking this guy is so Demi was banging rock hall for while that earn her at least some kind of belt to begin with. But the blue belt means it trained for about a year or two she obviously picked up some shit from Lou Brock called. But a lot of celebrities take private lessons with an instructor. It's very expensive. It's also very easy. And you learn, but but you lose your. Don't have the training aspect, which is what any enthusiasts will tell you is the heart and soul of Brazilian jujitsu. You know, the reason the reason works for guys like if you ask my nephew Joe who's obsessed with it is because she's been so many hours rolling around getting the shit kicked. You're getting choked getting literally beat up by strangers. Who you ask wanna roll you wanna fight together? And when you start to do that, you really start to learn how to survive, and it's always hard as vibe when you're losing when you're exhausted. When you're hurt you don't get hurt when you with your trainer rolling around with people who are actively trying to choke you until you pass out takes takes the it's a kind of guts to meet them in the Lyles not exactly known for. Eight months ago, she took enough drugs to kill himself with a bunch of friends who travel what the medicine to revive you. Let's not make a route to be while on the cover of Sports Illustrated soon, please she's not sportswoman of the year yet. But the reason why people quit when they go to classes because they can't take the physical part of it the rolling around with strangers. They can't take the war part of it. I heard once that all martial artists. All those fight. You see end with a handshake and abou- to your opponent, essentially, because it's it's a known thing if nobody was here if there was no official or referee, each one of us would have fought to the death. When I heard that on my holy shit. That's that little bow ham. Okay. You guys got me. I'm toughening me by a mile. PJ? Jay's no joke. Demi Levato took private lessons not saying, it's bad thing. But stop already with this blue belt, and stripes and bullshit. No. Here's what's happening. Demi models. People are on a huge PR shift and push because she did recently check back into rehab on her own accord because she was getting sloppy. And 'cause fucking boyfriend. She was hanging out with that. We all said is bad for her. Now, she still hasn't spoken. She still hasn't saying she's getting her anger out by rolling around and punching Jay Glaser and she not just tooth out. And it was on TV, and she was giggling and she said sorry. The first word I heard her speak in nine months. Listen, Jay Glazer loses that front tooth all the time. He's got a front tooth. Like, I got that bridge on the upper right side of my mouth. I can take it out anytime. I want mine comes out taking the by that of a salami provolone sandwich. J lay this j Glazer's loan to you can pull out whatever he wants to. So what I going? Put a blue belt around my sandwich. Next time I needed. Listen. I'm glad Demi Levato is not doing drugs anymore. But at biggest story is that she was fucking around with that guy who was bad for her. And she went back to rehab, and she relapsed after seven months of being basically dead. That's the biggest story. Let's not act like the next big thing. She's going to do is going to get a match Ron the rousing wrestlemainia. Wendy Williams is sick and in worse shape than you all know, Demi Levato on the men, but she's nowhere near being cured or clear. So keep your eye on both of them. No matter what the PR machine shits out. All right. I'm AJ Benza. And that was today's fame is bitch.

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31. How Much Do Your Friends Affect Your Future?

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31. How Much Do Your Friends Affect Your Future?

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The outhouse stephen. I have a question that was tweeted at us by at death by four. Is the correlation of your five closest friends. A real predictor of success. And where you're going in life. Oh a lake the question. I can see why you like the question to because i know that you care about in study friendship so to me there to central questions. We need to try to answer. Their one is whether there is a strong correlation between your friend group and your future and if so whether there's something about that friend group that significantly causes your future to change or whether you choose friends who will fit the future that you're planning yes. I think that we should get to cause -ality once we get beyond correlation. That's i think the most interesting this question because there is this expression. Look at your five closest friends. That's who you are. And that's you're going to be but this is saying but i've always been very suspicious about saying have you not well if i think of my closest friends whenever by. That's all i care about eighteen. I make the top twelve year number. One always okay. My other rents okay. First of all. They're a lot like me so my friends are all practically manic there so like they're all women they're all around my age. They're all around my educational demographic. I think it's interesting to observe that are closest friends are so much like us. Okay so if that observation is accurate. Let's say in the aggregate then. I would have to think that that's a strike against the argument. In the question. I would think it's more a byproduct of the fact that you choose people to be friends who were kind of moving in the direction that you're moving in. Yeah and it's often called him. Awfully bird's feather tend to flock together. And if that's really the heart of the correlation that because we're so similar we aggregate than that does argue against your friends having a causal effect on your outcome because that's not really what's going on but there is evidence and i'm sure you're familiar with by nicholas kristof focus. Who runs the human nature lab at yale. He's the co author of a book called connect the surprising power of our social networks. And how they shape our lives. He makes an argument that our social circles influence us greatly in terms of emotions and behaviors everything from health politics etcetera and his argument. Is that really what we think of as the individual is actually much more compounded result of the people that we know and listen to. So what do you think of that. Research and argument yeah. Nick is probably the most famous researcher on this idea that our social networks are not only reflection of ourselves but actually cause changes in ourselves and he has this data from the framingham heart. Study which by the way was about as it suggests heart health and cardiovascular disease and so forth but it's also been mined by researchers just because it was a really robust set of data. yes opportunistically. Yeah i believe framingham. Is this little town in massachusetts. And i think the interesting feature of the data set is that because it was in this one geographic location. The people in the data set happen to know each other. And you can map out. Who's friends with whom who's relatives of whom who's married to whom who's tutors. Three degrees of separation et cetera and when nick analyzed this one of the famous findings was the finding that obesity is contagious. In the sense that your weight and your weight change was predicted. Not only by the people you know but the more startling finding is it's not even necessarily the there in your direct circle but maybe the outer circle. Goodbye influence you. Stephen and you happen to know someone else. And i don't even have to know them but my politics or the way. I eat or anything else could go viral as it were in the same way that actual virus goes viral. So let me. Just push back on that a little bit. And i know that. Some of the christina's research has been challenged as well in arguing that he and his colleagues maybe conflict a variety of issues. That should be considered separate so along those lines when you talk about obesity in a social circle or in a community yes. I can see a channel by which there'd be behavioral rub off. But i can also see a channel that is purely environmental in other words if i live in a place where the easiest cheapest most available food is food. That really makes you fat fast. Then maybe you're looking at a community affect more than a kind of social behavioral effects. What do you think of that idea. Well the statistics behind these social network. Analyses are very sophisticated and they to get around that old sophisticated. Statistics argument That old off by actually your good friend. Steve levitt and i were recently in conversation became as guest speaker to an undergraduate class at penn and he said one thing to keep in mind from economists perspective is that there is a bright line between correlation data and experimental data. We can try to. Get the core relational data to be closer and closer to experiment by controlling for lots of variables. And doing fancy schmancy acrobatic stuff. But it'll never be an experiments of the framingham. Heart study never randomly assigned people to have you know a instead of friend be and indeed that i think is the major limitation and there have been critiques of the social network analysis. Approach for example. There was one be that said if you use the same. Analyses height is contagious to. So i think it's a limitation i would say that there is enough converging evidence that we do influence each other to basically say look. Let's assume that there is some prediction going on and then try to unpack it. I have to believe that we have influence on our friends. So it sounds like we're coming down kind of in the middle on this. Which is yeah. It makes sense that. There's some predictive power or some causal relationship but it'd be easy to read too much into it. I will say this as much as i would like to make the argument that the arrow may maybe traveling in the other direction that we choose people as it sounds like you and i have both chosen people to be our friends who are like us as opposed to us becoming like them through friendship on the other hand my gut response would be to think that there really is a strong causal relationship. Because if you think about all the channels by which your friend group can influence your life all your outcomes so who you choose or stay with as romantic partner can see that being influenced by your friend and social. Maybe how you met your romantic partner and that may lead to whether you have a family etc i can also see your friend group influencing what kind of career options you consider the choices you make and then also you assess the choices. You're making something that you may consider brilliant as a job or project choice and your friends may think is a waste of time. Do you then get new friends. Or perhaps which i would think is more likely you shift your orientation. I can see a lot of ways in which yes friends. Especially in your teens. Twenties and less when you're at the advanced age you and i are could have a deep influence on how your life actually turns out so i am coming down a little bit on the side of. Yes you're with reservations. There's research not on teenagers or even young adults but in the workplace. Where of course the average ages well above twenty s. That emotion is contagious. And i'm thinking about the work of warton professor scalp sade. She calls his emotional contagion and her idea is that you come to work or i guess yet on zoom call. And you're in a good mood or you're in a bad mood and the emotion goes viral in a sense that you are expressing yourself with your facial expressions and your body language the tone of your voice etcetera now. The next thing in her theory that happens is that other people without their conscious knowledge mimic you and mimicry is actually this. Hardwired human response. I noticed this about myself when i'm talking to somebody who was like a british accent and oh my god it's terrible. I start mimicking their accent. People from south jersey should not mimic the accents. And i don't want to but it just happens so you come on. You're in a really high energy positive mood without even my conscious awareness. I start mimicking your tone of voice your body language or facial expressions and then i actually start to feel the emotions that i am behaviorally mimicking. So i just think it's a very interesting phenomenon. That's probably not just when we're teenagers or young adults. Even at our distinguished grey-haired age what you just explained. Sounds like a plausible chain of connections but the emotional signaling happens and then there's mimicry but i really wonder about the decay rate of that emotional. Mimicry it might be useful to me in the next hour for zoom call but is that going to change me and i would argue probably know. Oh i don't know if it's gonna make you into a disposition happier person. But i mean that's what we're talking about. I think it's an interesting way to think about things. But also if i were counting that as a channel of causal mechanism would think. That's a pretty weak or short-lasting channel. Okay fair but i will say this. I had a roommate a loved this roommate but the year that we live together i it was not a very bright and happy here in this room mates light and i have to tell you that after not just one zoom call not just like one conversation but constant exposure to somebody who's in a melancholy blue mood i did feel like it was starting to seep in and what did you do you gotta learn you. I did a soon as the lease was up. I was like great. I'm moving see. I think that's the mechanism that is often overlooked. When people are looking for the positive result of a relationship it's hard to measure the negative or it's hard to measure the omission. I mean i think of how hard it can be to break bonds when you feel that the friendship is leading you somewhere. You don't wanna go. I had a friend in college. Who's a very close friend. But he was wild and we did a lot of wild things way hold on. I need details. I'm guessing statute of limitation ghana most stuff but yeah there were cars driven. That didn't belong to What motorcycles ridden speeds that are not legal to places that they shouldn't have been written to now it turns out he had a serious drug and alcohol problem and in college. You kind of chalk that up to the vibe of the place. I will say though as the years went on i became increasingly less comfortable having him in my life the very sad ending in the story is he was irish and he wound up dead in the river. Liffey in dublin. That was a friendship that scared me. And it took me a long time. But i had to back out and i told myself if i continue down his path then. I'm going to go somewhere. That i don't want to be and i would offer that story. Granted it's just one story. But i would offer that as counter evidence against the fact that we fall in with a group of friends and they shove us towards some destiny that we cannot control. Well you could also use exact same story to bolster the argument that there is a causal influence of friends and therefore people often curate their friendships wary of the bad effects of friends. Zoos influences we don't want well. I did not mean to suggest causality. in fact i would argue that. If this were a little miniature data set that this would argue against the underlying argument. That friendships deeply influenced our futures. Because he was one of my closest friends. Just taking this readers question at face value which is like. Take your friends great now. That's the crystal ball for the rest of your life. Yes i think you're right. Obviously if you actively change your friendship group to not be like the people in your friend group who. You don't want to be like. But i think i was reading the readers question at this deeper causal level. So wait let me just back up to make. Sure i understand your objection. You're saying you're deeper than me Yeah avi i didn't understand the question on the proper depth and now you're here to set me straight. I'm glad you caught up finally okay. I was reading a little bit into this tweet. And maybe i've read a little do deep league into but i thought the question was really about whether our friends do or don't have a causal influence on our own personality and character and i wanted to say that of course. This story must argue in favour of they're having a causal influence because otherwise we wouldn't take the trouble to avoid certain friendships that cetera. But you're right. I was reading like six levels down into a tweet. While you're also arguing. The influence can be positive or negative. Which is obviously a good point. Is there somebody in your life that you would say you know what i wouldn't be. The man i am today. Were it not for filling the blank. I've had maybe one and a half people like that. But i wouldn't call them friends. That would have called them mentors. Who teachers did you become more like ellen. Your wife after being married for a long time. oh. I'm sure. I've become more like ellen. I mean isn't that what happens to couples though. Well that's why. I want to ask you that because that's a version of this question too. I guess it is a version. But i do see that as a different version because there's usually one partner at a time not a circle of five partners. Sheriff and angie what about you. Is there a person or group of people who you feel. Turned you into angie. And that without them you'd be you know susan donovan. Somebody who i think did change my development and it was in my high school. I started getting to be really good friends with this guy named greg miller. He was reading john steinbeck novels for fun and he was such an intellectual and he wrote really well and he was just like thinking about ideas and sometimes smoking pot but mostly thinking about ideas and sometimes both but i remember when i got to be really good friends with greg. It was in enlightenment. And i was like what thinking is cool and you do it for funds instead of just for the ap exam. That's coming up and you were anti thinking before. I mean that was a cheerleader. And i was having parties. I wasn't exactly an intellectual so i do think it changed who i was a changed where i wanted to go to school. It was like oh. I want to go to good college and i wanna be with other people like greg and so yeah. I think that probably changed my life forever. I do find it really exciting. I have to say to make friends now at this stage in my life. There's something just exhilarating and rewarding about it because even though it's plainly very different from when you're making friends as a kid or an adolescent in college i feel like when you meet someone now. There's less insecurity. There's more confidence you know what you can don't like you've already made a lot of those decisions and you know how to express yourself and so i feel that when we think about friendship formation and how it will influence your life. I think it's a great. I'm glad the listener asks it today. But i do think it's worth thinking about it. From a longer view in that friendship formation and the influence of friends and the value of friends and the value of being a friend can continue throughout your life. At least. I hope. That's the idea. And i should say without making you blush too much on the radio. I feel like our friendship is awesome. And we've only known each other for four or five years and so i'll take it stephen. I am blushing. And i think if my future is the average of my five closest friends i think since meeting you the future got a little brighter still to come on no stupid questions and angela discuss how your career choice may affect your mental health loops. I checked the wrong box. And now i'm a man of the clock. Free shipping is great free shipping. No minimum that's that walmart plus magic for your holiday. Get all your last minute shopping. Done with free next day or two day shipping on a huge selection of eligible items from walmart dot com with no order minimum. Free shipping means the freedom to click that order button to your heart's content. Just another added benefit to your membership. Maybe that's why it's called walmart. Plus start your fifteen day free trial today at walmart dot com slash plus membership details restrictions. Apply angela my question for you. Today is from a listener named kevin hunter and kevin is working on a phd in chemistry education at university of iowa. That's very noble chemistry education. So kevin wants to know which profession has the happiest people. But i think there's a little subtext here that's particularly relevant for you. It sounds like he's already suspicious of academia of 'cause he writes that my friend and i often talk about how difficult it is to view ourselves in the academic world given the way some of our advisers in colleagues act so reading between the lines. I'm guessing he seen either some unseemly behavior or maybe just a lot of misery. Anyway that leads kevin to ask quote weather. There was a line of work that seemed to generally have the happiest people who are amazingly happy to work with those. They work with so angie. Let's start broad. What can the literature whether in psychology elsewhere teach us about happiness in work generally well my advisor in school was marty seligman so marty. Seligman is the father of positive psychology. Which is the scientific study of happiness and other good things. So i'm very glad to be getting this question. There is just a mountain of research. First of all that happy people do better in the workplace by any metric including objective ones. Then the question is why and does happiness have a causal influence. Like if you come to work and you're happier will you automatically start working better or are you happy because you are already a high performer. And there's not as much of it is hard to randomly assign people to happiness levels but you actually can do a little bit like you can get people to do things that induce happiness like good things in their lives etc and it does seem on balance that happiness may have a causal influence in the workplace. So it's better to be happier just from a performance standpoint. Okay so that makes perfect sense. But then i would think that there's going to be a measurement problem because if we try to look at which professions have the happiest people. It sounds as though the professions may not be. What's making people happy. It may be that people who are happy. Choose a particular type of profession and can tell anything about that. Well i'm guessing that that must be part of it right. The selection effects like what are the professions to which happy people versus unhappy. People are disproportionately drawn. It's such a basic question. Like what are the happiest professions in the world. There's not a lot of data. I know there was a study. He's over ten years ago by an economist at norc and the looked at self reported job satisfaction and life satisfaction and there is actually an answer to. What is the happiest job in the world. So stephen i'm gonna let you guess what this survey research suggested was the happiest job in the world in the world or in the us. I guess it was probably in the. Us yeah it was the general social survey so i think it must be you. I'm gonna say the top three are clergy physical therapist and firefighter. You're a genius. I can google to okay so while you were talking. I happened to look up. This two thousand seven as it turns out survey am sorry. That was the worst cheating and by the way most unhappy in the world is apparently roofing next. Unhappiest is being a waiter or a server in a restaurant this by the way pre pandemic two thousand seven and then the third most unhappy job is basically being a manual labor. So if we were to look at those two groups the happy group which is clergy physical therapists and firefighters versus the top of the unhappy group which are roofers waiters and servers and manual. Labor's what we see as the characteristics of those two groups one thing about refers and labor's in particular. But i guess you could also see this about waiters and servers. Is that what they lack is autonomy. You don't get to make your own choices when you're in those occupations right but the thing that jumps out to me of the happy jobs is that those are caring professions or what are usually called caring professions right clergy physical therapist. You're helping people firefighters. I mean that's kind of an extreme version of caring. Can you just make the same argument about somebody. Who's helping you with your food in the restaurant. they're serving you. that's why they're called servers. Yes but i think it's different. I think it's delivering a service as opposed to kind of serving the individual one thing. That's interesting let us take the roofers servers manual laborers by the way. If anyone is curious the list goes on bartenders packagers freight stock and material handlers etc. It's not that you're not helping people. But i think it's not obvious that you're helping people you don't get someone who says like father. I'm so glad that i came to confession. Because you really set me straight you have this distal l- or delayed effect on other people when someone looks up in their ceiling and they're like. Wow thank god. The roofs not leaking during the storm. You're not even there to be thanked by the way if anybody google. Is this two thousand seven. Study the difference between the roofers and the clergy is not like a tenth of a decimal point. It's pretty yawning. Gap for example close to nine out of ten clergy would consider themselves very satisfied with their work but only one in four roofers. the proportions are really flipped. So i think we'd come to agreement is that it's probably partly the objective features of the job whether you have meaningful relationships with the people you're helping or almost none whether you have autonomy or not but i think again this gets to the selection problem which is what kind of person goes into what kind of work. And how much of that is driven by their temperament and or their happiness. Do you think that surly unhappy people decide to become waiters. I wouldn't say that. But i would say that. Maybe it's not the first choice. Always and as we know with a lot of waiters and servers they are literally doing it while pursuing something else. I mean at least in new york. That's the cliche but in new york. It certainly often true in other words. This is not the work i chose to do. You don't end up in the clergy by accident. I don't think one would hope for nine. Whoops now i'm a man of the clocks tessick okay. So the description that accompanies the survey lists the top and bottom twelve occupations in terms of job satisfaction is the most. Satisfying jobs are mostly professions including those involving caring for teaching and protecting others and creative pursuits. The least satisfying dozen jobs are mostly low skill. Manual service occupations especially involving customer service and food beverage preparation and serving but i feel that there is an elephant in the room. Where ignoring which is you. And i and probably a lot of people who listen to a show like this are extremely fortunate to have work that is fulfilling and satisfying on one or many levels. But we know from the data that even though the share of people who like their work has increased a little bit over the millennia. It's still not very high. It's something forty percent. Yeah i think one of the statistics from the gallup poll is. Are you engaged at work. And the proportion of people who are anywhere close to pretty. It's pretty low. It's definitely south of fifty percent. Right so i think you and i are speaking from a minority position here and look this guy kevin who wrote to us. He's getting a phd chemical education. So he too is heading for that minority quadrant. But i think it's worth asking people who don't have that as a feature of their work life. What is the best way to think about the role of happiness in your work because many people absolutely do not have the option or the access to work. That makes them quote happy. So how do you think about the trade offs and if your job doesn't make you at least a little bit happy. What's good advice for coping with that. So the research of amy richness ski at yale on callings. She looked at the idea that you could approach your work as a job. You could approach your work as a career. You can approach it as a calling each more meaningful than the last but one thing that was interesting is that at least in her research if you look at for example people who are attendance for hospital. Rooms is not the doctors. The nurses there are people who do feel like that work is a calling and that would probably fall into one of these manual labor category. So it's not just what the occupation is but the way you perform your occupation some of the same researchers who study callings including amosi have done work on what they call job crafting which is where you don't switch jobs you craft the job you're already in and you do things to change your mindset about it but also you might take certain features of your job that you hate and then try to get them swapped out to somebody else to do them. Yeah like on a team. And i know that sounds ridiculous because there probably are some tests the everybody hates and so nobody wants to do them but let us take for example. I don't really like doing expenses. I really don't like smoothing out all my receipts from my pocket and then trying to organize them and obviously things are more electronic. Now they still don't like it and believe it or not. There are people who like doing that kind of thing they're like. Oh i like putting things in order. And i like checking off this box and so i think the idea of job crafting if you could audit your job and say these things. I super love or kind of love or sort of like and these are things. I absolutely despise. There might be a little bit of horse-trading where you could swap with somebody else. So i think that's good practical advice you know. Look you said that in this study when you look at the top ten list of job satisfaction occupation. And you're like okay. These things have creativity or they're about teaching or they're about caring for people. I think if people could say like even if you are somebody who is a waitress. I don't wanna be too pollyanna about this but is there a way that you could think about like bring some of the creativity or teaching or caring. Yeah like. I think the best people do do that. It sounds to me like good advice. Although i'm thinking back to my youth and i have to say having worked a lot of manual labor hated it very much and tortured me. Because i couldn't get my mind to stop hating. It couldn't turn my mind off from thinking. How boring and hard. You were the bricklayer who is not building the temple of guide you were just. The bricklayer was just building the outhouse. Your advice would not have resonated with me. And i would say well. You want me to bring creativity to bailing the. Hey like i know. That sounds crazy. But i had a job running the photocopier in the basement of somebody's home and then taking the photocopies up to the first floor and then going back down again and then making more copies and little complexity sometimes it had to be on green paper and sometimes on yellow double sided or pink and stapled but not a lot of room for creativity expression. What it reminded me that. Sometimes i would be like okay. I'm going to get up to the top of the stairs. And i'm going to do it in three seconds and remember when we interviewed gabrielle. Hamilton from prune and she said making brunch. After you're learning curve starts to level off is mind numbing and she would create these. Little challenges was like this time. I'm going to brunch with no crumbs. I have some friends who do new york building and renovation and they tell me that many people who come to your house or apartment to do things like install shades and minor carpentry. They say that they are all stoned all the time. Well that explains a lot about my new house. Actually but the the reason being that it's just it's so terrible the job is so terrible that your self medicating i'm reluctant to say that. But yes that's interesting. So i guess the real question that kevin is asking is what if there's an occupation that you think would make you happy as kevin sounds like he thinks about occasion or academia but it has a lot of unhappy people already in it do join anyway and hope that your underlying happiness will carry through or do you say no way. I'm going into that denna vipers. I'd rather dig ditches or i guess. Join the clergy. I think that my closest social circle within academia the people. I write papers with the people i converse with our group. Remarkably happy people who are just wondering how it is that they paid to do what they do because they clearly would do it even if they didn't get paid but i will say this you really ought to. I think move toward the people that you feel. Make your life better. And i think sometimes that means doing a little switching of departments or advisors. Not saying this to kevin's adviser. Sure your great. If i think about the twists and turns up my own career as taken there were times rose like oh i'm gonna side a lot more to this person because they're happy been productive and spend a little time with this other person who is not a very happy person and in the kind of buzzkill. You're also echoing our earlier conversation about your friends influencing your future because again sounds like you hang out with a circle within academia. That is a lot like you and that kevin has somehow intersected with a totally different circle. Even though he's an iowa everybody was happy and nice. Is that not true about iowa. Isn't that true of generally like the whole midwest. Well at least nice. I don't know about happy. So rebecca i think has in fact checking to do. I think the proposition here is everyone in. The midwest is nice and happy. Yes check that for us. It sounds like you really took that advice that they now give four and five year old kids in school. I don't know if they gave it when you were little. I don't think they did. But you have to advocate for yourself. There's a lot of things you teach children. A lot of them are facts and figures which turned out to be. You know common knowledge but not that useful but one of them is to learn to think your way through a system or an organization or community and to really learn how to get where you need to be and it sounds like you learned that really really. Well i think you do it beautifully. If that is a talent that kevin and maybe other people listening have not quite discovered rather than eliminating this whole possibility. Because they're a bunch of our pussies over there. Just find a way to avoid the sour pushes. I think you're right stephen. Maybe when we were growing up the received wisdom was this is the way system. Is you'd such fit into it so yeah. I think it's good advice to consider yourself the driver or you could just get high. No stupid questions is part of the freakonomics radio network which also includes freakonomics radio and people i mostly admire. This episode was produced by me rebecca douglas. And now here's a fact. Check of today's conversations during the conversation about occupational happiness angela and steven discussed the results of a two thousand seven self-reported job satisfaction and life satisfaction survey angeles says that the research was conducted by an economist at the national opinion research center at the university of chicago. The survey is norfolk's but it wasn't conducted by an economist. The man behind the data is actually historian. Tom w smith who directs north center for the study of politics and society. He's also worked on the organization's general social survey since nineteen seventy six which as angela guests collects data nationally. Not globally later. Stephen and angela requested that. I investigate whether or not everyone in the midwest is nice and happy clearly. This sort of blanket statement doesn't apply to every individual in a region that accounts for twenty one percent of the population. I'm sure there are at least a few grumpy misanthropic midwesterners but in general terms a two thousand thirteen study from the university of cambridge assess the personality profiles of more than one point five million americans based on the big five personality traits a tool which unfortunately does not simplify complex characteristics with terms like nice and happy however the researchers did find that on average midwesterner displayed moderately high levels of extroversion agreeable ness and conscientiousness as well as moderately low neuroticism but they also experienced very low levels of openness. This configuration of traits quote portrays the sort of person who is sociable considerate dutiful and traditional. In comparison people on the west coast were found to be generally relaxed and creative and people in the northeast. Were stephen. Angela are tended to be more uninhibited and temperamental. That's the factcheck. 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The Enforcer

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The Enforcer

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Previously on the dropout. We met Elizabeth homes. A Stanford dropout with less than two years of college. Under her belt who launched her blood testing company theranos it just nineteen years old actually originally did not intend to drop out of Stanford. But I wasn't going to any classes, and I was spending all my time talking to VC's. And so then logistically it just seemed like a waste of money obsessed with apple and Steve Jobs. She'd started wearing black turtlenecks and recruiting heavily from her heroes company. Fifteen thousand shares apple but Saint Louis life continues on but one by one those apple recruits, including AVI, Tavini's, Steve Jobs, right hand guy had been dropping like flies. So you were done with their nose. Oh, I had seen so many things that were bad go on. I will never expected. Anyone would behave the way that she behaved as a CEO and believe me I worked for Steve Jobs. I saw some crazy things. The business was also running out of cash. Okay. See you knew that coming was short on cash. Yes. But Elizabeth was about to find a solution to all of those problems. From ABC radio and Nightline. This is the dropout. Episode two. The enforcer. When did Sunnyvale wanna join the company I thought in about September of two thousand nine or August of two thousand nine from memory in two thousand nine Elizabeth homes found herself in a precarious lace. Her company was now AFL years old. She had an office employees, even though many of the apple recruits had left and a big mission to fulfill. What Elizabeth didn't have was the money to make it happen. She says she was considering at this point going out and doing an equity raise essentially trying to find new investors to buy her company the trouble with that was timing. This was in the midst of the great recession even companies that had been around for generations were struggling to get loans and many were going out of business. It was something I was covering regularly for CNBC like the day. Leman brothers went under could withstand the test of time through two world wars through the great depression. And that now a credit crisis has brought it to. It's knees so Meredith unlike so many others Elizabeth had an ace up her sleeve a white Knight with deep pockets, so company must know on the cash, and and I knew this mission and bought company was trying to do was paramount. So I offered to help the company, and I ended up giving a thirteen million dollar personal loan and. Interest free. It was a good faith loan. That's Ramush Bhawani goes by sunny. He's a former software executive who sold his company just before the dot com. Bubble burst and made millions. He'd worked at Lotus and Microsoft and in mid two thousand nine he cut their nose a massive check. But sunny wasn't just offering a lifeline. He was also joining theranos as an employee after the six months later when I decided that I'm going to stay here. Pull the long term, and and boards it, absolutely. You must they made me the president's you'll and did he have any vacations in the lab testing business did not or in pathology or anything like that not knowledge. So sunny begins showing up to work every day at theranos like Elizabeth sunny had his own kind of uniform, a white button-down shirt jeans and expensive loafers. He always smelled of Cologne and became known for his flashy tastes. Sonny drove two cars both with vanity plates. A black Lamborghini with license vita vici as in vain VDB chief a reference to Julius Caesar's. I came I saw I conquered and a portion nine eleven with plates that paid al-majd Karl Marx as anti-capitalist manifesto, dos. Capital? He was a very striking figure around the office. But his presence confused. A lot of employees like Michael Craig a senior software engineer. I always wondered why he was there. You know, she was actually had this this held this vision of really impacting the world. I was like why did you pick him? Then. Michael reported directly to sunny. He was terse, and he was a bit of a hothead from what I could see there was one level this need to assert dominance and another level. I don't think he ran terribly deep like, for instance. I remember at one company party. He had these. Set of samurai swords in his office for a long time. And I finally was like, so what's your interest in in those swords and stuff because you know, pretty interested in a lot of that stuff. And you know, he basically said that knows just a thing. I was like, whoa. Like, there's not even the story there. There's just like some object that us put there. So he has like that that need to prove himself and also pretending like, he's above everything. Sunny became the most important person at the company after Elizabeth employees. Remember, they would frequently see the two conducting meetings in their big windowed office at the end of the hallway the two were a tag team, Elizabeth would focus on the board and big picture ideas while sunny, despite his lack of scientific experience would manage the day to day with employees and business partners. I would generally do the the first meeting we're to talk about the vision. And then he would follow up on any questions that they had from diligence perspec-. Give and I'm provide them with that information and sunny wasn't afraid to get involved in the lab, again, he had no real scientific training. But he would come in roll up his white button-down shirt sleeves and start working shortage of people on vegans and also Catt train me. I'll do it. And you wonder how to do all that? Yes. Life in a startup right sunny was a hard worker. But employees say he was also developing a reputation as a bully someone with a menacing presence. Here's Erica Chung who worked for him in the lab initially. You would be you'd be fairly nice. But then through Email, Hugh, he frequently would get really upset about about different things. And it was like this is unacceptable or you guys. Don't know what you're doing was always sort of firing back at people in blaming people for different things that were going on. In was always unsatisfied with what people were doing and how they were doing it. And it it got to a point where it was almost hard to work for him. Because he would just get so angry and get so upset in was not very well versed in the medical diagnostic world and wasn't really well-versed in the scientists. So would work frequently say things that were just inappropriate became very clear to entire departments that it was. He didn't understand really what was going on Tyler Scholtz. Another colleague of erica's says sunny earned a nickname around the office. Pretty well known that Sonny was kind of the enforcer enforcer of what of kind of like he's like intimidation tactics. Guess according to former employees sonny's management style caused many people to leave the company again, here's Michael Cragg. Did he ever get angry with you just like, you know, asking me to do something out of the blue? And then looking at whatever, I did, which, you know, generally, speaking poured, my heart into and then be like, oh, this is not at all what ask for, you know. And like you're like, what would he L? I mean, he was loud. Like barking at people, basically and even Elizabeth under oath tried to distance herself from this behavior were there areas in which you disagreed. Yes. Yes. What were those areas? We we disagreed all the time about a lot of things were. Very different leadership styles. So what was keeping this millionaire with so little relevant experience who is making waves inside the company in such a powerful role. There's one detail. Elizabeth wasn't exactly sharing that might explain. The whole thing were you and sunny ball wanting ever occasion, Antic relationship. When. One period of time. Did you live together? We did. Did you ever tell investors that units Ravelli had a romantic relationship at the time? You were asking them to lessen fairness. Elizabeth nearly twenty years younger than sunny was not just his boss. She was also his girlfriend even employees is like Michael Craig had no idea now when I heard that they had been in a relationship. I still like what really? Yeah. Yeah. Were they flirtatious? No, did you ever see them in a car together? She was. Hughes Ellie stoic about just in general for she was monk. Like, they kept it mostly under wraps from investors. The press even from some board members you think it was intentional that they hid owes absolutely intentional. John Kerry, ru is a Wall Street Journal reporter and author of bad blood secrets and lies in a Silicon Valley startup. He's been covering theranos for many years and was astounded by this twist. Well, one of the first things that you know, sort of raised. My eyebrows was when I had my first long conversation with the lab director, and he told me that sunny and Elizabeth were an item, and I was stunned by that. In fact, much of the publicity surrounding theranos made it sound like Elizabeth didn't have a personal life, something her mother openly worried about in a New Yorker article in the same profile Henry Kissinger who was on the board of directors even suggested he'd been trying to set Elizabeth up on dates. In reality. Elizabeth and sunny were very much together. They had met several years before theranos when she was about eighteen sunny was thirty seven at the time. I met MS homes in two thousand and two in China. We were in the same Stanford program that Beijing versity. The entire department knew about her Chinese had it skills. And so when I first met her, I'm like, oh, you must be the list, batons, Elizabeth and sunny stayed in touch Elizabeth's brother Christian homes remembers her talking about sunny when she returned from China. But I don't know how would qualify romantic versus personal but issues she came back from China. She mentioned they had a friendship eventually that friendship developed into something more according to public records, sunny and Elizabeth at one point even shared a residence on Channing avenue in Palo Alto about four miles from the theranos office back at that office. They would work long hours and together in early twenty ten Elizabeth and sunny were going after their biggest collaboration yet theranos was trying to land a partnership with Walgreens they were hoping to put their nose technology in more than eight thousand stores, basically within a few miles of almost every. The home in America. This would be a huge break. And it would mean a lot of money for theranos. We were interested in partnering with Walgreens because of the retail footprint. Here's Wall Street Journal reporter, John Kerry rue so you can imagine that the theranos blood tests would have been available at almost every street corner. In their first pitch to Walgreens at twenty ten. Walgreens says that theranos claimed they had developed small point of care devices that for the first time could run any blood test in real time. Basically what their nose was promising? According to Walgreens was a device that patients could use right at a Walgreens store to get an accurate result for any blood test from STD's to the earliest appearances of cancer. They also promised they could do this for less than half the cost of central lab tests. And all you need is a single finger prick of blood. Elizabeth would become a master salesman later boasting about the massive deal with Walgreens on the conference circuit what we're doing in just pricing way that we are for Medicare and Medicaid is saving Medicare and Medicaid hundreds of billions of dollars on an annual basis and access. For every person means rolling this out ultimately within five miles of every person's home. So we've started. So our work is making it possible to do any lab test from a tiny drop of blood from the finger instead of having big needles. Stuck in your arm in tubes? And tubes of blood taken out on March twenty second twenty ten a few months after that initial Email Elizabeth and sunny, flew to the Walgreens headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois. They sat down with Walgreens executives, including the CFO and made a very compelling PowerPoint presentation at this initial meeting Walgreens says the Lisbeth and sunny made the claim that the technology was quote, viable and consumer ready, and that there are no systems were validated under FDA guidelines. These said that the finger stick technology would be ready to launch to consumers later that year. Walgreens, also says that allow. Elizabeth and sunny even claimed their technology had been used by the US military and foreign government operations years later when Elizabeth was pressed under oath about this claim it would come to light. It was absolutely not true. Was there in his name fatter device ever deployed? The battle battlefield. Was it ever deployed in a meta helicopter? Was if they're not fatter device ever deployed in a in a patchy helicopter. Nope. But in twenty ten while greens had no idea and was intrigued they struck an initial deal with theranos before putting the technology in stores while greens wanted to make sure everything was on the level. So they put together a team in brought in a lap. Consulted an expert named Kevin hunter heaven. Rebecca, how are you? Kevin. And I recently spoke on the phone when I was born by Monday family had a small trained in drug stores in New York, and my father ran one my grandfather and another interesting it goes full circle and every one of working with the largest pharmacy chain in the world couple years later, right? And what specifically were you supposed to do for Walgreens? They specifically asked us to get involved and help them that this opportunity with their nose into give them guidance about, you know, the legitimacy of the of the test, and and it's ability to be reproduced. And all those types of things Kevin says, they called it project. Beta we all had shirts made up. You know, I everybody got a nickname. And I was told the expert by the time he joined he says he'd already heard some impressive stories about theranos that they had been wildly successful. There you, you know, the technology has been used on the battlefield with department of defense that. They were doing in home testing for people. And then also they were working with either seven of ten or any of ten of large pharmaceutical companies and world in August. Twenty ten Kevin is working with Walgreens. And he in some executives flew out to Silicon Valley for a meeting at the theranos headquarters from everything he'd heard he was expecting to be seriously wowed. But certainly moves was one for the one that will remember for a long time. You know, we arrive in the first thing, you see is that sunny outta Lambert Lambruschini that was parked right up front, and he was very proud of the fact that he'd been successful and other technology businesses, and that was his car, but building was blocked by key cards, and all that kind of stuff we were met at the ground floor of mmediately taken upstairs swit- conference room where we only met with sunny, Elizabeth. And when like, for example, we would break to go the restroom they would literally walk us to the restroom. And then walk us back. So we weren't allowed to look around or talk to anybody or anything like that. When you say, they who is they it was sunny sunny would literally walk me to the restaurant. Was he standing where? Yeah. It was kinda crazy. I mean, he literally would wait outside the rest of gore falls, and then walk me back. And so that was unusual. You know, I asked where the laboratory was they said it was located downstairs. I asked one we're going to get to see it. And they said after one and then after lunch, you know, we turn to what we really don't want to tell you the laboratory I kept asking to speak with like a chief medical officer or the scientists that was working on the test development or or things like that. And you know, they said they wanted to keep the conversation of high level and not bring anybody into it yet. Kevin says he requested other things in this. Meaning to for example, he asked everyone to take theranos blood test right that in there, and I said, look all get her blood drawn, and let's run some very basic tests here, and we'll go around the corner to Stanford and have them run our tests as well. And they refused to do that. And when I in Elizabeth as to why she wouldn't. Let's do it. She said that she didn't trust Stanford's results. And I found that really ironic for somebody who supposedly dropped out of Stanford. And and you know, thought very highly of the university to not believe their laboratory results, according to Kevin the whole meeting felt like one big dodge after the next, but when it came to pomp and circumstance Elizabeth and sunny knew how to put on a good show may presented the CFO of Walgreens with the with the flag that had flown over Afghanistan. Knowing what you do. Now. Do you think that flag really flew over Afghanistan? That's a really good question. I mean, it was certainly framed. And and and you know, was was was presented like you would see. But I I have no clue after the lab. Visit that would never come to be. They went out for dinner. But even that seemed a little off we did go out to dinner at like three o'clock in the afternoon. It was kinda bizarre. We were not allowed to ride. You know, we weren't allowed to follow them. We had to just meet him in a back room. We get to this restaurant. There's no one there. We still meet in the back, you know, Elizabeth gutter standard kinda -greeing protein shake that she got and was dressed in all black and sunny got sushi or something like that. But we're not allowed to talk to each other by name yet, sunny drives his Lamborghini. So if you were concerned about people following you or seeing you or something like that, you know, why are you driving around Palo Alto in a flak Lamborghini. It just it just didn't add up. Did they ever show signs of affection? Towards each other in front of you. She never shared any green shake with him. Millie did not the more. Kevin saw the more questions. He had he wanted to know exactly how theranos plan to run all these tests. Is it still a struggle to get that good night's sleep? Then maybe it's time to try the purple mattress. It's made out of a new material that keeps it firm and soft. So it keeps everything supported while. Still feeling really comfortable. 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That was that was what was proposed us their position all along was the fact that you know, that it would be one drop of blood, and, you know, one of the documents that that I have shows that they said they can do two hundred fifty tests, and you know, and that was two that was August two thousand ten on their letterhead. And was that possible? No, no. And this never saw anything that would give any credibility to the fact that the instrument did anything at all. Anything at all. Yeah. I mean on my desk that one of the Edison instruments one of the early instruments because we bugged 'em forever to send us an instrument. So where we could you know, we could run tests on it and those types of things and I beg. I beg them to let me crack it open and take a look and see what was going on inside the instrument, and you know, what it was like a computer had a little tape on the the tamper evident tape on the back. And and they just didn't want to do that. Then it would run for a little while then have an error and shut down or something. I never got it to do anything that. I could that turned out of a test result that could be correlated with anything. The deception was incredible. What would you say are the biggest deceptions, I think sunny and Elizabeth's position that they that they could do this testing on one drop of blood was just was just a complete farce. And you know, one of the things I tried to explain to. Them was that, you know, 'cause I challenged them and said, look, I understand, you know, the tech startup environment. You can breathe air out here in Palo Alto. You know, you'd think until you make it to certain extent. But you know, what you're talking about testing people and people taking these lab results making life decisions based upon the results that you give them you need to make sure that they're right. And they just put it off. Kevin says he didn't think Walgreens should work with theranos. And for a moment. It even looked like the deal was dead. But suddenly Kevin says it was back on Elizabeth had convinced Walgreens to stay in. It was on things to where there was there was there was just enough belief or just enough hope if you will. But it was that it was legitimate. You know, they really believe that they would put question lab core out of business, and those are, you know, for those that aren't familiar with the laboratory industry, those are the two eight hundred pound gorillas, and and again, it was just. Again, it was something that people wanted it to be real so badly that you know, they were willing to kind of take people's word for some of the stuff. It was just it was kinda bizarre despite what Kevin says were extensive warnings. The Walgreens team continued to move forward. Kevin says he was nervous and needed to get out. Why did you leave? Ultimately, I really felt like at some point in time. You're there could be some guilt by association, if you know word got out, but I spent a year and a half working on this project with them. You know, that I almost was by me continuously involved that was almost a door saying it, and and I didn't want that to damage my reputation. When Elizabeth started getting loads of publicity a few years after he left even Kevin zone. Wife wondered if his instincts were wrong in early twenty thirteen I think somebody the cover of time magazine, and my wife said to me, she said, you know, don't you think you need to admit here? Just wrong on this one. You didn't see the force of trees. And I said, you know, what I of go to my grave knowing that you know, that this wasn't legit. And I sit not be today may not be next week or next year. But the truth who come out eventually it did. But that wouldn't be for a number of years in January twenty twelve Walgreens says Elizabeth and sunny said they were on the right track. With regulatory approvals and claimed their revolutionary technology was advancing and would require ninety nine point nine percent less blood than the traditional blood testing services already on the market. Elizabeth and sunny, according to Walgreens, promise theranos would be the nation's lowest cost and highest quality laboratory provider. By late twenty thirteen. They started rolling out. There knows wellness centers. Inside of Walgreens, two years later. They had forty one of them across California an era Zona. You might be asking yourself. How did Walgreens a company with thousands of employees that serves millions of customers a day? Not see this coming. I talked to read Catherine a lawyer who later sued theranos on behalf of investors. Shimin Walgreens be held responsible here. Well. They were fooled too. They had executives that had their blood tested and rooms with the machines sitting there by their side, and they'd have their blood tested. And then they go off and have lunch and in the background. There were few tests that they could run one at a time on it. They're no machine, but they, but they basically made it looked like it was being run on this machine in the room. But they were actually doing it by hand in the lab. And so the wall that Walgreens people got those results and thought, wow, this works, theranos employees Tyler Schulz says many inside the company saw this behavior there even jokes about it. Like during demonstrations the joke was that they put it. They would put the cartridge into the device, and there was a glove there that would take it and go run it somewhere else because they knew that the demo wasn't going to work. That was a pretty common joke. In fact, back before the Walgreens deal came together. There were experts inside of theranos who said they knew something was up and were flabbergasted by Elizabeth's claims experts like Ian, Gibbons he was named the chief scientist at theranos in two thousand five an extremely bright guy with a bunch of Cambridge degrees and nearly two hundred patents to his name tall with blue eyes and reddish hair with refined English accent and style. Ian was recommended by Channing Robertson, Elizabeth's number one cheerleader hurled Stanford professor and a theranos board member, Ian and Channing had worked together many years before. I worked with him for from the early days of bio track. So maybe twenty five thirty years and I worked with him closely at at their house. When did you first learn about theranos, I think it was like two thousand two and instarem consulting for Channing Robertson. That's Rachelle Gibbons ins wife, she's in her early seventies with Brown, curly hair. She soft-spoken, but sure of herself Rachelle says Enes job was making the theranos technology, actually work. No easy task. The anyone could do this technology was the rebel. Who is a scientist herself as well. As a patent attorney says her husband was initially apprehensive to talk about work because of the secretive environment at theranos. Elizabeth was isolating him. Prob probably everyone else too. But he didn't know that. He most signed. Are really social, and they can't wait to when you get it. There'd be yourself you. You're all over the place with it. You know, you want everyone to know. And there was none of that. At theranos Rochelle says, Ian, new as theranos was closing in on its deal with Walgreen's that none of the theranos technology worked yet the machines white simply weren't giving accurate results. She was talking about how she was improving on current technology. And we couldn't figure out what technology she was talking about. It just became false and false. Elizabeth may have been selling a fully realized product. But Rachelle says that pitch was more fantasy than reality regardless and went to work every day trying to make it work while Elizabeth would frequently be out of office peddling her product to investors marketers and board members. Rachelle says the more Ian saw the more. He thought the company was misrepresenting itself committing fraud in his eyes even putting people's lives at risk in felt like people's lives were on the balance and. Along with his own scientific integrity. So he was just deeply distraught. And he went to talk to Channing and in confidence, and he told Elizabeth about it, and she fired him on the spot Channing told Elizabeth. Yeah. And she fired Ian on the spot. We're shell says oddly enough in was almost immediately hired back, but he was demoted and he took it hard, which she had him doing was evaluating people. People CV's came into the company, and he hated at getting agr. Yeah, that's not what a scientist, a director of essay development as. And that was true of other scientists one of the scientists who is no longer. There was in charge a building maintenance. This was scientists senior level science. That's spending a fair amount of money to employ somebody and not use them. Why do you think Elizabeth would do that? I think the window-dressing because I mean, Ian was figured on the website is principal. Right. And he has you really does have had brilliant reputation, and she needed scientific credibility, and Ian, gave her scientific credibility. According to rebel. There was another thing bothering, Ian around this time while all of this alleged deception was going on theranos was the plaintiff in a big patent lawsuit. Ian was subpoenaed by the defense to provide testimony that would potentially put their nose in a bad light. He was incredibly anxious about it. He couldn't imagine himself up in front of a court he faced either perjuring himself and defending the company or openly admitting the technology didn't work. He told me that he didn't believe loose with you just because she's pathological liar. So he really didn't want to testify because he was over a barrel. They would fire him. If if he didn't go along with the company's story and. They knew that they didn't want him to testify. He was actually subpoenaed. So he had to testify even when he started at their nose in had struggled. He'd been diagnosed with cancer in his early days and had looked to the theranos opportunity is a bright new chapter, but Rachelle says the lies on the treatment. He saw set him further and further back, according to shell the pressure of the trial and Elizabeth's relentless intimidation tactics put him over the edge, and he started showing signs of depression. His big problem was that he didn't want to be unemployed. Even if it was there, but he hated theranos. So as he was storm because he really hated it didn't wanna be there, but he didn't wanna be unemployed about Elizabeth at that stage. He was totally negative at her. The he didn't have anything to say about her at all. He just hated her. She's a bully for one thing. She bullied him. She made him feel bad all the time. And I I used to say why does someone like you give it? I bet why someone like Elizabeth Elizabeth you like this. And he didn't really have an answer for it. I don't know one evening in came home filled with dread sitting in the family room of their sprawling ranch style house with two enormous heritage oaks out front he in Rachelle had a long conversation. She says he was supposed to meet with Elizabeth the next day. He expected to be fired and he wanted to confront her. He told me home said he was. Of me never been as upset and sure enough. I thought I think we're gonna be fine because we see the doctor in the next day and get him treated for the depression. Then a horrific shock were shell woke the next morning to find Ian had attempted suicide Rachelle call the office to let them know. He wouldn't be showing up for his meeting with Elizabeth what made you make that phone call. We'll because. In wasn't gonna show up at the meeting. I know it's a little bit stupid. Perhaps I shouldn't have done anything. But just to let them know that he was in the hospital wouldn't come to the meaning. Ian was rushed to the hospital a week later. He died with Rachelle by his side. He was sixty seven years old. When thera knows reached out. We're shell says it was in the form of two letters one was the Email demanding all the intellectual property and any other lab books are things the computer, and then the other one was letter from their Louis warrant warning me against telling anyone what happened to it. How many years had he worked there now since two thousand three from ten years ten years he worked at they are knows? Yeah. Did they send flowers? No are expected. I fully expected something from them. And they didn't do anything. And then the other thing was asserted that is that they could think thought they could sue me. For talking about he. You know, they couldn't it. I guess they were trying to scare me. The intend timid date me into thinking they were gonna get me for defamation. But the defense that defamation is truth. And so, you know, I'm telling the truth here not lying about their. What has this done to your life? It's. At the worst. It's come close to ending. But. Let me this. Account. People like that should be in jail. They should not be allowed to destroy people's lives. Rachelle says Ian warnings would never be heard outside of their theranos. He would die just months before the partnership with Walgreens came together before the first their nose wellness center would open and Palo Alto. And before the company would sat out on a massive ad campaign tapping the expertise of the most famous documentarian in the world Errol Morris guises through this cameras ready. Gotta lock it up. Please Huey are at the ground floor of something that is revolutionary, and we're part of it here from the tip of your finger. Yup. Now, they're waiting for that moment of shock the moment of horror head it doesn't happen. Yeah. Exactly. On the next episode of the dropout Elizabeth becomes a full fledged star. I also heard she was traveling with four bodyguards carrying guns, packing, heat and traveled in private giada. As technology is launched the public and real patient's lives are now potentially at risk. Being able to somehow justify remind who's okay to put all these people actually was way. I don't understand. How someone does though just inland able personally to comprehend? Elizabeth Holmes sunny bony Tyler Scholtz, Christian homes, the fifth and the fourth Noel homes, Channing Robertson and air Morris did not respond or declined to comment for this podcast. Some material including port depositions were added for clarity time. The drought is written and produced by Taylor done, Victoria, Thompson and me our editors are Christopher ruby and Evan viola who also created our theme song additional editing on this episode by neck, Mississippi, are researchers are Victor ordinance and lane win. Art work is by teddy blinks at chips, and why the dropout is a production of Nightline ABC radio ABC's business unit. Gentlemen is this providing producer and Steven Baker is the executive producer Eric runs ABC's specialized units, thanks to the team at ABC radio. And to the Wall Street Journal's John Kerry real author of bad blood whose investigative reporting first exposed this remarkable story. 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65: Friday, April 12th, 2019

The Morning Toast

30:43 min | 2 years ago

65: Friday, April 12th, 2019

"Good morning millennials. If you're in eastern time it is morning. But if you know if you're in Pacific time, it's going to start again. Hey, guys. Hey, hi, the west coast. Hey from the west Homs Springsteen, they say the best coast, I beg to differ. I do beg to differ, though, views nice right now, we just woke up at our hotel and pump springs. I'm feeling a little relaxed. I slept. Really good on. Didn't. We had a pretty good fight. I've watched seeks episodes of our students leap at all. But like when you have something to watch on the plane time, really flies when you're buying time. The five hundred right? I watched four before my computer died for the other two hours of the flight. I literally just like stared straight at the sky like it was so boring. That's hard. I also learned that air pods only last about five hours. That's I think less. No. Because I towards the last hour of the flight they search magenta people thought it was the plane. I was like it's weird. How that is. It's fucking. They started switching they finally get your shit together. We have to get this bitch attention. Well, jackie. I are we promise you an episode and we have much to discuss today. It'll be a villager locks because there's not much Toyota until the festival case he goes on at six, so we're just gonna take our time getting up getting our Luke's together before we head over. And it's annoying that like the peak of the facility having her say, Casey, he like the party people happen tomorrow. Think like festival peak will happen today for us. I hate that word Luke when you like Luke's Emberley nukes, ever nounce Luke's. I don't know that they've now I never heard anyone say and now I'm realizing how much it bothers me when be like this. My Luke for today. You. Really fucking. It's really fucking sorry. Have you say it? But just letting you know, how yields go sue before we embark on Trump's Challe. That's a hash for the weekend. If you're looking to find this anywhere. It's true. Chela? You trench. You're saying show his trip Chela. Okay. My trudge rela ele- ele- a a a. Before we embark, obviously, we have to the stories that you need to know before you wake up and take a bite of your morning afternoon toast today. Also, if you're one of our patriots, scarves, checking flogging the trip. So if you're excited about that, I'm excited for you. But if you're not member, do you wanna see behind the scenes of what it's like to be a month? Coachella police head over to the morning to US Patriot. Which is patriots dot com slash the morning. Yeah. We're going to take you behind the scenes as we possibly kind. It'll be more. So like, it's hard to blog at a party, even though everyone at Coachella is working actually revolve, and they respect the hustle. The no I was like filming our plane take off yesterday. And I felt like such a loser. That's the guy next me like a new, and then I put my phone down. I was like it's really pretty now. So you know, what I did I use my hats. Good. It was two of his sons based it was. So we on our flight to Coachella yesterday. Literally felt like we were going to fire festival like everyone on the flight was clearly going to Coachella, and it just felt like a bunch of their sponsor general in the air to me into part of it felt like sadness like no, I don't want to be in this category. You know, save. I was I was like I'm better than here. But like, I'm not no, you're not in the commie. We're doing it except I being in a commie. It was being better than being in first class because the upgrade to first class was twenty five hundred dollars excuse me. But you can wait it out for six hours in a me. And then land by Gucci bag, which is literally what I'm doing. Oh, you're gonna get your bed while here. No, not when I land on the other side, maybe I'll have five thousand dollars. We're seeing on springs which is a little far away from the festival, but it is glamour spot here mucking alive yet. I like our hotel felt very safe when we got here last night just think until we tried to eat of. Yeah. I. There's special personnel for hotel chains that sop room service at a certain hour. It's like oh, tell never sleeps neither should the kitchen. Agreed. So we had to rely on post mates. It took forever. And by the time, we were like falling asleep. And it was just trash. It was so us I had a little bit of Salam because I was so hungry. I don't know how I would've been able to sleep. But we really just wanted something fresh, and I was longing for a fresh meal a per- I wanted to say I want to say Hello to fresh. Honestly, like if this hotel had a kitchen, I would be up here woman up some hellofresh with your hellofresh little lunch bags, however of those bags they come in. 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I've one more cooking class sixty six point six percent of the way there. Yes to you. See what I made about a chicken and chicken that was like so garment and XP learn how to make fish which will be important for me because I never want to sync up my apartment with fish, the a big mistake huge. But it's probably a good thing to know like how to cook fish. So that you don't get sick get sick. Yeah. Like from raw fish. Oh, yeah. You know, like just stop eating fish entire tired. But if only fish, and I don't even cruise for me. There's. Thrown out only getting enchiladas from Hello fashion. How many can eat until agree. Are you ready for the news of day? I guess I when he Williams filed for divorce from husband Kevin hunter after persistent cheating rumors and break-up buzz it's over for Wendy Williams. And Kevin hunter the talk show host is divorcing. Her husband of nearly twenty two years Williams attorney confirmed page six Thursday, a source told us Williams who filed an ethics county. New Jersey served with hunter surp- hunter with divorce papers at six thirty AM savage, a little morning, devore's paper, totally get it tomorrow because wake getting divorced is hard. But getting divorced before you brush, your teeth is even harder totally of feeling. That's why they got divorced. Finally, I feel the world is rallying around Wendy Williams on this. It's like everyone in the world agrees that Wendy Williams is going through time. And her husband Kevin is a piece of shit. And it's everyone is taking these people on Twitter like rejoicing for what I agree. And I think everyone's really glad that you made this move. But it was starting to become like she was about to expire and how much sympathy she would. From the situation because she was not divorced. I know that he Williams husband is cheating on her. Like, Wendy Williams knows to the khloe interest situation that we all rally behind khloe. But the second time it happened people aren't so quick. Because it our sympathy had expired because you didn't do what was in tune with can only be sympathetic until you're being dumb. Right. You know, people are angry because we're so invested in the story. Like what we keep saying? What would Wendy Williams be saying about when Williams and it's like where do we go from here because her husband is so intertwined into her businesses for show the foundation together? That's why I feel like it took her so long to make this decision because so many things are affected break up, and you move on the business the show he's involved in everywhere. I think that was an intentional thing that he did. So where does she go from here? It's like, how do you really get away from someone when they're so involved in every facet of your life. I think you've figuring out. It's never easy every marriage you're involved. There's kids they're this that like there's. Always gonna be something that makes it difficult. But it doesn't make it impossible. You know? And if you're able to cut ties like she could start totally make new LLC, she's still working if she needed to she could she can give him the foundation. It's such charitable, man. You know, there's she wasn't how're he wants to do all the charity. Let of go. No shields, all the power here. So I'll be interested to see where this takes us. You know, divorce is always said those special plays out in the public agreed especially with such a beloved figure who's going through a hard time. I know I haven't heard an update on her. So she announced that she was living in the sober living facility and almost like irst her because like a week later. She was in the hospital hospital, crease the crazy. Yeah. So I this divorce is a signal that things are getting better for her that she's on her to know that she's thinking straight yet. You don't file fair to you're not standing on your to you you've divorce when lucid his fuck. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. So you see fehb? I'm old department called lucid cafe and sought. It was like the dumbest name for. Right. It's like also the cafe I like the word cafe. But I don't wanna listen. I don't wanna see what's going on. I know it's so transparent like util rods. Right. Yeah. I don't want to know I want what Mike have you to be Paik? No, they can share next up Mary Kate and Elizabeth and James line, really. Very nationally Olson's Elizabeth and James line will be sold exclusively at Kohl's. This is a really big deal. Go I what I heard about a giant the Olsen designers coming to a Kohl's near speaking of Kohl's. I saw Lauren Conrad in the bathroom at the airport yesterday. She walked out of the Saul and she was smiling. Because I think like when you're Lauren Conard even in public restrooms. We so where do you think she was going thought she might be on our floor. I thought so too. There's no way she was going trick show why she was probably just going to try and she would have been in first class if she was on our flight, and we didn't see her. Through some interests aunt total. She literally was just smiling leaving a fucking public restroom. Imagine being that night magic being that content with your life. No imagining that faith because nobody smiles at a public yet. And it's like on the one hand I wanted to be like Elsie on the other hand, I looked so ugly. And it was like I was gonna get nothing out of that exchange and other than investment also than you're always in her mind the girl who stopped her in the public bathroom. Right. But it looked like she was looking like she wanted to be stocked. People definitely on frantic with you directly. So like, yes, I know it's me, and it's like people go to the airport looking so much themselves. They wanna be recognized like me yesterday did not want to be people who go to the airport like dressed up wanna be record. Yes. And they wanna be asked for photos hair and makeup. But if you're in the mole rat, don't worry liquid older housewives or on their housewives trips, and they leave together in their feel. They always look pretty because they love being recognized. Well, there's a filming none of airport. Yeah. They always film that you see them over the ghetto. Yeah. Yeah. And they're just. Extras health as first reported by women's wear daily, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen the designers behind the high press luxury label the row are going to begin selling the lower price contemporary brand Elizabeth and James exclusively coal stores. Oh, it's not even that low priced wave. Get outta bed for this now. Visit and James is only being sold a Kohl's. Yes. As headline. There would be like a line lines. No. And listen James is about violent seltzer. Intermix that's crazy that Elizabeth and James is there to fusion line yet because it's expensive as fuck yet. And it's swanky beginning with the holiday collection calls will become the exclusive retailer of the brand's apparel handbags industries, which were formerly sold at stores, including Saks neiman's and Neta does from Neta portait took holes. Well, I feel like I mean, this is very off brand for Marican nationally. But in a good way cause their little to step up and a little too like. Out of touch, and I do feel like this might be good for this in touch weekly. They said our vision for Lisbeth James to deliver a lifestyle brand that offers women access to premium fashion, affordable price without sacrificing quality and fit Kohl's is the right partner to take our brand into a new era while staying true to the high quality fashion forward designs that are loyal Brennan Theseus expect from us leveraging Kohl's extensive store network and digital platform will allow us to reach a much larger audience than we have in the past and for this. We are particularly excited. Okay. There's a few things going on here. And I'm a lot of thoughts. First of all Kohl's made them an offer that they not remorse. This might be a billion dollar deal. So Elizabeth and James might not have been doing that. Well, because I think they're focused really turned into the role in the past few years also thousand in general doesn't do very well. So I think this is great for Kohl's. Because it gives them a lot of street credit in the fashion world really needs to change their name scraper American nationally because it gives them a lot of money yet. And also them a lot of cold hard cap. It also brings down to earth a little bit. Oh, it makes it like when you think of Cole's breads, you don't think of high Bosch, even Jessica Simpson who has a great line with Kohl's. It's like it's still like, mediocre quality. It's not considered high fashion. Not not at all not at all. But now, it's like, wow, you really can't get high fashion. I think from every angle this is really I think it's a brilliant business move. And I just love when savvy designers who who make beautiful clothes and know, how to dress women and men when they make it more accessible to the public. Everyone should be able to dress nicely natural boom timeout like the car Lagerfeld his low end line for him because not everyone can afford Chanel. And he knew that not everyone can afford Fendi of car longer. Feld a T shirt under hundred dollars people. That's more affordable right until I appreciate Merican nasty for recognizing that like even people that don't have high budgets like one address. Well, and they look when you work in in the very beginning. I just want to be the fence and the best and the richest, and then you realize there's literally no money designing things for people. For things designing things people can't afford. Right. So once you realize what mossy voted, and that's why it's so weird now, but let the way mossy became an actual billionaire. He was also trying to be one of those. I'm Italian must CMO. And then one day he was like about this. And he took everything he ever made abroad target and became a billionaire overnight. It's Gysi once you've go of the the glitz cynical. It's like, oh, there's money at Cole's. And also, I'm not like a true designer's designer at all, but I can't speak to them. But it's like if that is your true passion in life is fashioned. Interesting people, the MRs what you should want to do is to be able to Bray reach masses reach the masses and dren have everyone be looking chic I fully not just people who can afford to buy something off the Matica. So it's really exciting to see Mary, Kate and Ashley taking the Maasim away all the way to calls, and there's there's a gap in the market. Now, I wonder who's going to be the new designer for target, but you know, musc- well at the time when he got arrested. He wasn't the lead designer for years who is interest on. The road in hunts. They still have Tila ration-. Yeah. A wonder no you're not a terminus the best fucking close on really do summer. Wardrobe bossier. They get the best aiding suits everything. The best the best morale in inevitably any store. I feel good. When I go there next up the Kardashians. Going back into with Xs stop. Ooh, steph. Chef is back in business concussions Xs since seventy shepherd revealed on Thursday that she'll be contributing a monthly column is she ends latest venture push her first article advises readers in had a ditch plastic shirl as for good. Oh my God. This is so weird. Because when when she fired Steph, and you saw it unfold on the show. I think part of the reason why why she left was because like court seventy was becoming more like a family friendships going out with Courtney like every night, and it was weird. Like now, she's aligning himself with this brand yet. And now Kim has a new assistant who is like low key like, we don't even know where I think it's no at all and people are famous for being assistance, and I've heard removed that she's toaster. What have you not heard this tell you about it after God shut shut out yet? Well, follow khloe kadarshian assistant who's very low key, but still has like eighty thousand dollars. But then all. Have like five assistance like the chiefs that she was. And I've seen this girl. Alexa on the show like once or twice and she's just like not. She's just like a sounding board for clube to talk to you know, she got like a character at all. But I find it interesting. I think it's a big mistake when people like celebrities make their employees famous because it always backfires Brad Gretzky, Rachel, right? You know, right. It's never smart. And now except chef out here like being a revolve girl around the world like doing things Kim was doing. Exactly, okay. So she wrote, quote, I wanna share green living tips and products. I've learned about along the way and talk about eco-friendly choices we can all make in our daily day to day life. She captioned the announcement Instagram the influence are also contributes monthly PD, contel dot com. Embassador for various fashion and beauty brands and revolves around the world. This makes sense because I've oh step on Twitter, and she is invade passionate about the environment and climate change. So like good for her for getting out there. But maybe like other she if she's writing for L like what the hell does she need push for? I mean who knows who has more viewership. I I can't imagine L dot com is like I could tell you fucking bustling. I think it is. I don't think any and I don't think this big anymore, and especially any magazines website. They're all struggling to stay relevant. And that's why they hire. Honestly. It's a great move. Yes. But I'm just frustrated that her first attack is going to be an assault on plastic shots because you know, how I personal using currently O'day so L dot com in the in the world's list of websites L dot com breaks allow really high in America is the eighteen hundred most popular website out of like billions of weapons to knock on is the website. Just push our. Uh-huh. And then we need something to relate it back. Then check vote dot com compared to L who should sixteen thousand. That's eighteen hundred sixties. Okay, now, go to boat dot com. Okay. It's going to be like a maybe it'll be like five hundred vogue is two thousand L is higher than vogue. Well, maybe because of today's story. No because of Steph shot over Kim on the cover. It's like two thousand Kim on cover. That's what I mean. The magazine industry is just what it used to be. It's not what it used to be. Okay. Next right now switching gears a little bit to some substantial news because yesterday we watched live as Israel's brace sheets face crowd crash during historic moon. Landing attempt, quote, we didn't make it it was actually on. I didn't know like a failure was not shy. Dislike it was set up. We're just doing it. And so at the end of the day, I read a lot about it wasn't a failure. Because they still orbited the moon, which they're the seventy country countries have. Done the seventh country to orbit the moon. So good for that. They would if they had landed properly instead of crafts. They would have been the fourth nation after America China and Russia to land honestly, this tiny country that's been around for like the littlest amount of years. The fact that they're even Malysz makes me very proud. And it's so funny because you were talking about the black hole the other day. I couldn't be bothered to give shred of shit. Then I saw Twitter that is trending Israel to the moon, and I found out and then if unless unless and I was like God, I any Le musk totally I watch life to is on. I was watching in the now placements town, none. And I was trying to explain what I was watching and no one cared. But it was it was cool to see something setting. I felt like I was watching Hidden Figures nation, and they didn't realize one that it was unmanned. There was no one was communication the robot. There wasn't Isreaeli Lance Armstrong, and there wasn't healer. Visit Neil Neil. There was no shmole. So that that it crash-landed like it's still success agreed wrapped in a value in cash. You can't say failure. Because it's not a because they still achieved one of the things that only six countries in the world have been able to over the past two hundred years, and they took a selfie with this really flag in front of the moon, which is so go pro like in the moon saying that they have their priorities in order like we're going in the mood. What do you need a gopro? No, we're going to the moon. What do you need a picture? Just let me tell them my friends back home. So it's cool like, and that sort of stuff I can't imagine what it would have been like just want to say one other thing Kim measure what it would have been like to watch really the moon landing and nineteen sixty-nine sixty nine. It's like we watched on TV that we think is such a big deal and that nothing's a bigger deal than that was the so we watch the World Cup finals. I don't care about soccer guillano, but that was like a huge deal. And there was a man on it like it's kind of boring to watch machine land, but writing Neil like bouncing around like to see to watch a spacecraft like brace sheet landing knowing there's no one in there. So the six arm as high as someone dying is really crave. To watch. And I just want to say Israel is like so technologically savvy twenty nine you know, they're they're at the moon. But the fact that America's cents a man to the minute at over fifty years ago to now I'm like obsessed with it's a bigger deal than even street. And then it really highlights the importance of Christy Carlson Romano because I have never known. It was over fifty years ago. When to the moon in nineteen sixty nine not nineteen sixty eight by the year after those television are pretty sure the premise of the episode. It was like she dream or that song was like a fail like she had to do assignment. And then she came up with that song. She couldn't think of anything else because she got over. It was a dream and she was doing and she fell asleep at the computer while she was reading her on the meal Armstrong, and when in your dream, it was like she got class, and she didn't have anything prepared. So they're present your sedation. Okay. We went to the Rato's failure. She didn't have what to present. And it's like your site. And I know well, she foreshadowing the Israeli failure in hindsight that solemnly taught. So many kids it's better than any presentation. She could present it couldn't agree more. I wouldn't if someone. Okay, if I was on jeopardy. What year didn't Neil Armstrong limb? I would literally only no no sixty nine because of Christy Carlson a hundred percent because I've seen him fingers. What year did John Glenn orbit the moon? I don't announce clo- no clue. Someone is going to come up. With the Hebrew version. I'm nothing new clean moon. They kept saying it. It's good Yar of your weight. Okay. I'm just gonna look it up really quickly this. So this is so just like when things happen like this the world Yar af your team. Bed. Two thousand nine t you say a. But but whatever regardless I was a proud scientists yesterday watching my fellow Israelis and a proud Jew Engel on the on the flag that they had said small country big dreams. They're so cute waning. You know, I love them. So we need to see the photo shop of the on the moon yet. I mean, he was so tired from his travels orbiting the moon that like he can even talk about it. But when I get back from Coachella, I'm gonna talk to him because I want to hear what like first hand what it was like to orbit the what it was like. Yeah. Okay. Final story just breeze through those. I know. I mean, that's what happens when you have Coachella got to wait. But before you breeze into the next story, we have to talk about our cameos. Oh, my God you guys. So we are with cameo for a couple episodes of the toast. So in exchange they sent does to cameos, and the they sent us a list of who was on the communists. We just requested like the best ones. Honestly, thinking you're gonna get them. Next thing. You know, I get a personal video from Bethany. And Jackie person is video from Damon? John we were dying. It was the cool. It was honestly like it felt so personal deputy said good morning. The Lenny all's congrats on one year of your podcast team in John was telling me how to sell my hair extensions. It was truly like honestly, one of the best like added intigration we've ever done so warring with comedy, you guys know cameo a lot of gun cameos from Jackie Kennedy for really long time. I have never I've been making cameos for other people. I've never been on the receiving end of a cameo right now. I feel like oh my gosh. That's how it feels to receive a cameo for me. I wanna make a million more so cameos, basically, a great gift you can pay to have your favorite celebrity reality star. Whatever record a video for your friend. Personalize it for mess morning show host yet birthday anniversary, whatever they have tons of like reality, tons of housewives, tons of athletes. It's really premium. You can select the recipient of the gift for end for any occasion. You browse the cameo talent lending on the perfect talent. Think of what you would want them to say, right them. They obviously they. Old bethany. Good morning Molyneaux. There's like a little prom. It's really epic. So dental the cameo apple we have a code if use code toaster. It is twenty percent off your first cameo so highly recommend, and we'll send you guys are Bethany and Damian video soup opening these also shark, so it's got such sharp by for such business people. Also, I am back on cameo. If you wanna use that twenty percent on me just shameless plot? No, I'm so I was literally was fucking screaming was at the end of Bethany video she's talking about like business or whatever. And even in this private one on one video she's talking Bronco Iraq. That's hilarious. Yes. Okay. Bidden by stories being business Disney plus to launch in November price at ninety nine monthly. We've been talking about this Disney streaming service doesn't said that. I saw by last night. Is there this said they're probably gonna combine ESPN streaming service in there and Hulu because they're all on ABC. The sounds of a deal to me does need plus will launch in the US November twelve. Nineteen sixties after Jackie O's birthday will cost six ninety nine per month. The company announced nearly half of Netflix standard twelve ninety nine plan. I mean that seems like a fair price. It's still only one provide. Like, it's still only Justice. I mean, it depends if the kid and watches Disney and she wanted for six ninety nine I don't know steep monthly. But if they're putting old episodes of Hannah, Montana, Corey of the not raven, then I would pay probably one million dollars a month for that yet. They're putting fucking Dekom up there. The luck of the if they're putting even Stevens we went to the moon in nineteen sixty nine on one hundred percents of. Yeah. This absorption video-on-demand service represents Disney's biggest and most aggressive move into the video streaming wars by pricing while low net flicks. The mouse house is betting rapidly drive up Disney. Disney customer base with the Milange of content that appeals to multiple demographics, including movies and TV shows from its marvel Star Wars Pixar and Disney brands the company announced the pricing on sheet and other details Thursday dizzy twenty nineteen investor date in Burbank, California. Asked by an analyst about why the six ninety nine price point, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Eicher said, quote, this is our first serious foray in the space, and we want to reach as many people as possible with it. We're reporting news from Bob Eiger. What does he look like, let's let's pay like I feel like CEO's like by the CEO of Disney like probably wouldn't get that between. But it means he's making major money trove, always like. Like only God Cutie, neck, no, neck, and collars, just high. Go mad. He's so cute. He's either buried. I have to go to all in second by I married question. Mark. I see he's been married twice first marriage to Kathleen hold on. Probably his kids are listening to this someone up guys. I can't trust enough. If you are a toaster. Your someone care is a famous CO or like a famous celebrity like other I heard the dairies workers daughters. Toaster. Please present yourself like it's important for us to like if you're Kim Kardashian assistant bright speak. You can miss just privately. Okay. He's married twice his first her Spurs marriage to Kathleen Eiger ended in divorce. They have two children. Hold on hold on. Then he married journalist willow bay in an interfaith Jewish and Roman Catholic bridgehampton shoeless him or her must because if Bob is Jewish public get it. They have two children together. Okay. Seems like they're still together him in willow bay. Willow. Let me click. Let me see if she's Jewish. I don't know where it would say she is a Jew. No. She went to call girls school in New York. So Bob must be the Joe. Wow. I there's not really a Jewish last name. But that's fine. It's not you know, when people say that it's a Jewish. I only say that it's not like Cohen or Goldfarb. Right. It's like, right. Even young learn I rish. Yeah. Australia overdone. I just had like the conversation with my doorman who I really love his moving. And he told me that he's moving to Thailand to teach English like what selfless human be Edison. I just had a conversation with my said who I really love. And he told me that I was moving. He didn't have a hard to tell anyone yet. China was like so sad. It's sad. Because like. Madore like is my friend. And like he his seeming. Like, we're like an intimate relationship. It is someone you see icy more men more than I sometimes, you know, just like really upset by the storm. And he just kind of sprung on me because he was like I had a big suitcases cowing going for like a week. And he was like, oh good. Because I gave my two weeks. I'm like what would happen? I thought maybe you know, there was an incident. Maybe walked another person, they give it wasn't syndrome or something against, but he was like, no, he's just never gone to travel. He's getting older, and he just wants to spend some time in Thailand on my good. For was like my rent is two hundred fifty dollars a month on my thing. I'm gonna live like a need you need to go to Thailand. Think so matching follow your doorman 'cause like him so much, and that's what I was thinking. Now, I don't wanna move because by doorman, and it's like I'm the same apartment that. I hated the neighborhood that I hate because I like my doorman on the sea like doorman is like a really intimate relationship. Like, I really love my doorman. Like they seen you best every morning at nine forty five eastern time walking out looking like a businesswoman. And they see me at my worst, three item morning three. AM yet toga stumbling it so totally. Yeah. Well, doormats that's what I was trying to say, totally okay. So Johnny go to pick up our festival passes. Get our Luke's together we have to Luke's to prepare today. Make sure to keep all along in the morning to Instagram Mayans Durham Claude with no job. And obviously Jackie O. Jackie O sea TAC TAC, yo problems. They can't trust enough. I want this to be a big Fowler weekend. For me. You would set it for you. It won't happen in everyone's going to be like she's loser. You so much for listening to help. You guys have a wonderful. We Akkad Kelly, please. If you see us come save us bring us a drink like we're going to need resources to just come say. Hi. And if you're not Coachella, really go. Enjoy your life because you're winning. Yeah. By buying.

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Wendy Williams takes weird to another level, plus Ellen's response and shirtless Cuomo

We Hear

04:56 min | 6 months ago

Wendy Williams takes weird to another level, plus Ellen's response and shirtless Cuomo

"This Week Wendy Williams's getting weird things at the Ellen show are stranger than ever and Chris. CUOMO is shirtless coming up next on, we hear quick-fix. Hi You're listening to Weei your fixed Nagy Katelyn and more, and here's the rundown of the hottest six stories including the joy of sex are most satisfying piece of gossip. I stop. Wendy. Williams has revealed the bizarre keepsake she's held onto since her twenty year old son was born. That's right. She posted a celebration of her son online, but it looked more like a Halloween party that birthday. So here's the deal when you signed Kevin Hundred Junior turned twenty on Tuesday and she posted a photo with all these strange keepsakes writing today is my biggest day son Kevin, and I are celebrating his twentieth birthday. He's in Miami and I'm an NYC but love never stopped now that. Sounds like a normal message any mom might right. But then it seemed to go off the rails Wendy road that if you look closely at the photo she posted you'd see remains of her son's first haircut her cirque lodge on his sneaker and she also said I do have all his teeth. It sounds less like a mom and more like a serial killer drought and if you don't have a dictionary handy, one online commenter said that a cirque lodge is the stitches that hold your cervix closed. Why I? That last part is a direct quote in the photo. It's hard to see what all that refers to. But there is one shoe of a little baby Air Jordan when these followers did not hold back the comments. One person asked what in the Voodoo witchcraft is all that hair. So Wendy, of course shares her son Kevin Junior who attends college in Miami with her ex husband Kevin Hunter her former show producer and manager. So I don't know about any cirque lies. But when I look at this photo I do see a baby Air Jordan it's the circle of. There's also a baby picture of Kevin Junior shot with his eyes popping open kind of like the expression that fans have after his mom's post up next Allen too generous is addressing one of the rumors about the alleged toxic. Environment on her show rates sources told paid sixty exclusively that during zoom call with her staff this week Ellen addressed the alleged unspoken rule that prevents anyone on the show from looking at her sources exclusively told paid six that during her zoom call with staff this. Ellen addressed an unspoken rule that prevents people from looking at her on the set of her show. Now Ellen said she didn't know where it started and asked staffers please talk to her booker and the I g also described the rumored rule as quote insane unquote sources told us and said it's crazy. Just not true. I don't know how it started. It's not who I am sources toll page six that Ellen plants interact with her sophomore while working on shows upcoming season, which she is excited to get back to me. Time Warner media we hear is nearing the end of its investigation into the Ellen Degeneres, which already ousted three top producers from its ranks. Trio of producers was bounced too generous in-house deejays Stephen Twitch boss has been named Co executive producer of the show according to reports. To Be Seen Ellen can clean up her act on the show and see her ratings, and now it's time for the joy of sex. The most satisfying page six story of the week. Chris Cuomo can't seem to keep his clothes on and no one seems to be complaining. Yeah. It seems that when Chris's away from the anchor desk, he's stripped down for the camera. Chris was caught on camera by his daughter who? was posting a talk video in the clip you can see the CNN star and his wife Christina getting ready for bed seventeen year old Bella captured her dad flopping in the mirror and I don't mean dancing i. mean he was going after the plaque and her mother applying a few daubs of ice cream. Her is very glamorous. She captioned shot quote me trying to say to my parents during their twenty step night routine. From Corinthian you've got the time for skin care. Now, you'll remember that earlier in the pandemic Kumo was caught in his birthday suit in the background of one of his wife's yoga videos. It looks like Chris had a lot of time to work on his body when he was in the basement at least this time, he was wearing hands and that's it for your your quick fix more juicy stories like these checkout paid six dot Com. See you later.

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Throwback Ep 38: CharlamagneIm a Loveable Asshole

Toure Show

1:09:15 hr | 9 months ago

Throwback Ep 38: CharlamagneIm a Loveable Asshole

"Charlemagne God is a radio legend. He's an incredible interviewer. He's a guy who's mastered the role of provocateur. Who knows how to be a lovable asshole? That is what his role at. The breakfast club was originally defined as the lovable asshole. And I totally get it. I have mad respect for Charlemagne. Sometimes I watch his breakfast club interviews and think tammy handle that moment really well and he controlled the conversation. I can learn something from the way he does his thing. And sometimes that watches the interviews. I get mad at him and I throw virtual tomatoes at the computer screen. He's undeniably smart and he's truly in the moment when he's doing his interviews he's got the preplanned questions of course but he really listens and follows the flow of the conversation and that is a big part of doing great interviews and he knows how to get to the no but the issue and when he wants to. He knows how to get under your skin when I was on the breakfast club earlier this year. I was definitely scared of what Charlemagne might ask me. He's intense he's a media force and I had to see what makes them tick so email them and he was mad cool and he came down to the studio and we recorded this a few months ago before the recent allegations that he denies so we don't address that here we focus on everything that's led to success. It's Charlemagne the God on Tori show. How are you? I'm blessed? Blacken highly favored sir. Indeed you are yes sir. What do you love about doing radio? What I love about doing radio I loved the immediate connection with people every day. I love doing morning radio. 'cause it's like you know. I set the tone for a lot of people's Day like I'm I'm I'm big on like setting. I'm big on the setting of tone like when I wake up in the morning. I'll go to my phone. I don't check my email. Check my messages. I pray I go read my daily affirmations out of my daily STOIC book and out of my Jolo Team Daily Bread Bulls. I get in my car. Listen to nineties RB. Be AND LISTEN TO OPRAH super soul pocket. I just want to set the right tone. So you know tone of love of acceptance of just good energy positive energy you know I I think for me the more of a of gratitude being thankful and you know. I actually was thinking about this yesterday. I feel like the when I feel gratitude. The most is when. I'm actually thankful that I can do something for somebody else. When I'm of service to others like you know you thankful that you can help a friend with the money thankful. Can you know get by a movie theater out? So it can see wrinkle in time like you're thankful for those things so so just attaching myself a that feeling of gratitude every morning. I'm thankful for that so yeah I'm just thankful to set people's tone every just just a just a complete thought. When do you at one point in the morning do you allow in the email and the Internet six? Am Six so what time do you get? Four twenty four twenty and you spend that first hour and a half just downloading positive messages. Gratitude and soon as exam starts to function when the show starts. And that's when you start getting all the tweets up a queue and you know I I can post thank God for blessing me with another day like I wish you had died like. That's when all of that starts coming in when that is coming. In what does the positivity that you've downloaded? This is that like an antidote. That like boost you to deal with the negativity does but in this really such a crazy conflict like you know my therapist. She said it's three things that you have to do. You have to avoid approach are attach some already you know. I'm trying to avoid it then when I get to work at six. Am I have to approach it? How does have to attach myself to something positive in order to like just keep going so it's kind of got attach myself back to those thoughts. I had when I woke up in the morning. You know what I mean just to get through that that assaultive negativity this go come on now. So do you think that you spread negatively on your show at certain times? Certain Times you are comfortable playing that antagonist. Who's GonNa say that crazy thing so I'm not playing a role I didn't? I didn't. I didn't mean playing a role but I mean playing a role in a negative sense. But there's a role that each of you play on the show and you're going to do certain things that Andy wouldn't do that Angela wouldn't do So it's interesting that you that you that you fill yourself up. Which such positivity and then you have this other side of you that comes out when you do the show. I think it switched a lot though. I mean you definitely can't say I'm I'm the same person I was seven years ago. Okay I'll even three or four years ago. I think it's been a lot. I think there's been a lot of growth and a lot of evolution. Just 'cause I am aware of that and I'm not trying to make anybody feel uncomfortable. I always tell what. Tina's the beauty of her when I see her to interview the she she knows how to make people feel comfortable. Yes you know. And that's something that I've tried to learn to do and I think people are realizing that enorm- not malicious in what I'm saying like they know I'm not trying to attack you. I'm not a GOTCHA journalists. Okay I I would hope I'm not I don't I don't off like I think you're a Gotcha. I think your like the St to saying this. Put it to your face. Yes and and we live in an era now where everybody should be okay with that because of social media like these people and these are celebrities. We interview athletes. The activists political pundits. Whatever they see what people say about them they read was going on about them in the new they re was going on about them on social media so for me to bring that to them and have them answer it directly. I think that's a great thing. You call it the most dangerous radio show and I mean I know when I did your show. I was scared I was like what he does say. How's he going to try to me? and you were mad respectful and it was a great conversation and I appreciate But I I went in their tents and like I was like okay. Where's it coming? I'm be ready for it and I wonder how many other people step in their ten because they know oh Charlemagne's go say shit even if you don't there's certain moods by your reputation what you've done and I wonder what impact that has on the interviews. I think a lot but I think it's also a good thing though because people they come in there and bullshit us like a lot of times people coming here and in one of the ways I think. They think that they're disarming. Us is just putting it all on the table before like I can have a list of questions and just be sitting there like. Oh okay well. I didn't even have to. I didn't think it was going to go in that direction. I thought we would have to get to that. But now we're getting to the point where they're just laying it all out there but one of the things. I'd like to do whatever the hot button topic is like Tijin came and everybody was like about him in Kylie boom. That's the first question immediately off the top are are are you a pedophile up. Not Not that I think he is. But that's what everybody on social media with a deal with it right away with it right away. It was out the way I feel like once you take it there. Then everything else is fall. You're good at like the short immediate bank question. Larry King Man told me one time just having a conversation with him he was like. Yo always ask. Why just the most important questions you can like? It's not difficult. Why wine all my interviews? Don't add long when you question over. No as long winded question. You know Larry King on athlon when the questions. They quick quick quick. Like I hate you at long winded. Why do you like the shore question because it simple in basic and it's just it's it's easy to answer all your pedophile? It's harder to get away from right. I find like if you ask a question. There's more room for them around. Like why did you punch that girl? Yes the go off. I also find if you ask a lot of short questions. The other person starts talking a lot and just the intake of breath just makes them just forget a little bit the control and then NASC and they start to say things they might not otherwise say let let it be a air one comfortability like if you ask somebody. Something is a short question and they don't respond. Just let it sit there for a minute. Ask silent because then they feel a little opposite like see. This is what I mean. I got go into explanation. Don't give out. The silence is really important as a silent follow up can really. A lot of a lot of journalists will jump in they. Don't they fear the silence? Yes if you don't say anything that person will fill it up as what? I hate sometime under breakfast club. When it's a nice little awkward moment let it be awkward. You don't jump in and don't jump let it be for a moment. 'cause ask them. That person has to say something especially when they know. They're on camera because they know they look awkward in that moment so they got to say something. Yeah man you remind me of some of the some of the moments with the cycle when it was like. Don't don't say nothing. Just let let let let we had this this. This firefighter on ones who was in. Who was who was not there on nine. Eleven and his man had taken his place and I knew that he was feeling away about it. I can feel the guilt on him that he sent his friend to do his shift. day so he could go to court and his friend died and you know asked him some and I could feel the tears about to come. And Abby started jumping. I'm like and then a moment later the tears came and I mean it's real it's real and I wasn't like trying to make them cry but it was like a real mode. We're talking about nine eleven moment but you. Are you going for moments? Are you going for like? What are you trying to accomplish with the way that you approach the breakfast? I just WanNa create good content and I'm a fan at the end of the day like I feel like whenever I sit down and have a conversation with somebody. I approach it with a sense of discovery. An expert anything. These people who act like experts. I hate these hip hop sure who act like they know everything about the culture and the game and what they say goes. I'm always sitting down with people and is the Senate discoveries all I'm really trying to do is have a good conversation. Create good content. I want to be entertained. I WANNA be educated. I feel like if I'm entertaining. I'm educated my listeners. Entertained listening to be educated. And by the way you can't create those moments like those moments like a moment like Berman or whatever that comes from a comes from a place of me. Being honest Berman walked in the room. Upset right out the pass out all guns blazing. Let's go into beanie for a minute right being sequels a big interview and it was it was challenging because he was really challenging you he was like socially accepting MVP. And he's like I don't let and at one point he tells you to shut up right and he's disengaged you're not qualified right good and interviewers if you do enough interviews you will get into that position where the subject is not ducking with you at that moment. So what do you do? What do you think in? How do you feel to be able to not have it? Go off the rails. Because you don't want him to storm out because then you have less content. I don't care burn interview with two minutes. Twenty seconds alone right right right right but I mean you could have said some wild stuff to insult beanie and that's not the best television best radiant because first of all in the morning. I'm a fan of beanie. Siegel like meaning. Music is incredible incredible lyricist But in that moment I didn't like the way he was moving. When it came to meek mill. He did my man tax. Don't podcast and it really. It's not like he was hated. Aden on meet here. He's in your studio on your show telling you to shut up. Yeah and you didn't attack him NOCCO Cook could. It was based off everything. I'm saying right now like I told him I feel like he's and opportunities. But you let you let it go to envy and energy calm down a little bit and then you came back in with another question and I'm just like I know. Some people might feel away after an artist. You respect. Who's from the street tells you shut up now me because all the end of the day was tell him exactly how. I felt same thing I was saying when he wasn't there standing San on breath. Close anything I'll on my podcast. So when he came I said it directly to him. I think that you know your opportunities. I mean your load. Eli Whoever's presenting you an opportunity at the moment if that upsets you cool. I'm fine with that. It doesn't bother you to have someone like that who you respect. Tell you to shut up now because I mean that would hurt me now. That have to work around that now. It's like being sick of listening to the beanie. Sigel my whole life and thinking I know what kind of guy he is a character. He portrays if I tell him that I think his loyalty lies with whoever's providing him an opportunity I have to know he's not GonNa hug me and so you know what you're right. Charlemagne I understand. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa run down the hall. Monique thing again. I know your perspective. We know her perspective but again just the the the crazy situation that interview or sometimes get put in when she's up there saying your government name and that's not the name you are professionally rocking with. So she's trying to be disrespectful. I know I would be very upset if somebody came at me with that tactic. So what are you feeling? And what are you doing to not get upset and to not react? Because he's trying to trigger you. I'm going to be honest. I didn't bother me at all. I'm not even that day. Envy was like trying to break him. Like that's my name. I hit a name everyday. We think you think my wife calls me. Charlemagne I think my mom my wife called me Lynagh. My my mom called me. Leonardo like every my family called my two year old daughter is my wife called me she starts saying instead of daddy like I'm like why would have her call me by my government name be taken as a form of disrespect like that's the name of my checks when I executive produce show that says Leonardo God Mckelvey. I honestly didn't understand why people took that as an insult. You not even a little bit so okay larger. What is the key? What are some of the keys to being great at radio being yourself authenticity? I guess that's honestly the number one key. If you want to be great at radio and you WANNA stand out truly be yourself like like everybody else is taken like. I've seen you know people not call me to hip hop out but I'm not trying to be. You know sure there's nothing there's nothing if you actually listen to. Howard and how? It really don't have any similarities. Not not to me anyway you know. I think he's an amazing guy. I WANNA I WANNA hope to get to that level. Hopefully therapy helps me level as well. I feel like it's when now now that I've been in therapy and I hear his interviews. I can hear a lot of that therapy. Talk when he's talking to his guests so hopefully over time and that's something that You know conveyed through me but just be yourself like I've seen jocks. Try to other people in crash and burn like that like. I hate when people say. Oh salom manure shock jock like now. Because I'm not trying to say anything to purposely shock you like. I don't feel like it's any value in shock whatsoever. He was shock value. No there's no value in shock. I I personally don't think so. I just think authenticity being yourself like it's the easiest thing in the world to be getting on their microphone talking about your life what you're going to what's going on at your house like. I'm not afraid to be transparent and talk about things that are happening with me. Who are some of the hosts that you look up to and think are some of the greatest man Howard Stern of course I think that star and Buck wild morning show with Ms Jones who was on high ninety. Seven was probably the greatest morning show of all time that one or the when they were on power. One five nine when you go back to hot commits Jones. Jones is a great personality. She was still star in it a great personality. Miss Jones like that dynamic was was really dope. I Love Katie Green. You know what I mean. I study a lot of PD. Green PD grain was a radio personality in DC. Don cheadle actually made a movie about PD Greencard. Talk to me as a great movie Of course you know to Tom US. You know because of what time joining did as far as the business aspect you know owning his own nationally syndicated morning show. I just you started working with the legend. Wendy Williams yeah What did you learn from her that you carry forward windy show? Prep was incredible Wendy's the first person told me that show. Prep is not something. You just do a bowel before the show show. Prep something. That's constant. Meaning that when he could be in a retail store today before shopping having conversations with people and something would happen in s thor that she would bring to the radio. Something simple could be something. Don't you hate when you return Kohl's and me know this happened? In that happens everybody goes through stuff like that. So something is minute is that becomes the most relatable thing in the world and I got I like I like hot sauce potato chips and sit down and watch my show like she'll she talked about watching the show like scandal but then walk you through her pre-game what her snacks were and what she would eat that night. All of that stuff go to different connection with your audience so she told me this show prep with something. That was all the time. So that's how you look at it. Is that how you look absolutely like show? Prep is a constant thing. Like anybody will tell you around me like he to bring that to the air. You know what I'm saying like Ambien engine was like I'm not. I'm not saying that around me. We'll talk about on radio. There's nothing is off limits like let's have the conversation. Let's let's talk about everything. That's how I feel you. Connect with your audience in a real way so talk about therapy and how it has helped you professionally Man Davy has helped me professionally. Because is helping me so much personally in you know like I said I'm transparency in my personal life is a mom my professional life would. It's just kind of helping me figure things out but I think before therapy. I even realized that it's okay not to know. I think that that's something very lost in this area that we're in. Everybody has to know every motherfucking thing. Everybody has to be an expert at something like nobody can ever just sit back and be like I don't know I'm trying to figure it out like everybody has an opinion on something. Everybody has a hot take. Everybody has a Pov. Instead of just sitting back. And saying you know I I don't know and that's what he does for me. Therapy helped me just go in and realized that it's okay not to know is okay just to you know figure things out like a therapist just recently told me she said you need to let go of Expectations of people. I'm like wow something as simple as that because you know you open up your instagram right. Now your twitter rethink piece. Where is this coming? What's wrong with this wrong with this person? What are you talking about? You gotta let go your expectation of people. That's them them their. Pov that's their thoughts like you can't. You can't have people's expectations in line with yours. Because the way you think is different than information you have is different where you live. Your life is different so I can't have this expectations for myself that I have for other people but they don't know what I know and they're not me so you gotta just let Eggo. We started talking before about therapy infecting your questions. Yes so how has therapy helped you as an interviewer being more understanding? You know. I've always been a good listener? But you know when you sit down at therapist really listening you know and I think sometimes that's why the long form compensation is so great nowadays because man. Sometimes these artists just want to be listened to. And that's why I learned that a long time ago watching Oprah and Diane Sawyer Barbara Walters. They had interview so good the actually sit down and talk to people for an hour or they time you know what I mean. It's not like how when I first started doing radio and I had a five minute talk. Break five minute break in three minutes outbreak. Then you had to get in and out real quick. They really sitting down and having conversations. That's why the breakfast club. We do a lot of interviews after the show. 'cause WE WE GIVE time to sit there and just have real conversations with people's I think is helping me just being able to be even better listening and I don't think you can ever stop improving on listening right and everybody's always will improve on talking instead of improving on listening. I mean I would imagine the effort to know yourself and the the learning of yourself would give you a chance to understand other people. Yeah I mean I know that's why and a and a lot of ways it might be affecting my professional career because when you're young and you grew up in South Carolina and you knew all of this you think you know about the industry but you really have no idea so you believe every world star hip hop conspiracy. You believe all the things you see on youtube out people grew up. I came up with Wendy win. She's telling me everybody's gay and you know what I mean like all of these things in my mind so when I'm talking to these artists I think are already know but then as you grow in the game and and you know you start to rise you start looking online and seeing things about yourself. That are totally not true. Like I mean absolutely positively not even remotely true. I've seen Charlemagne is gay. I've seen Charlemagne Charlemagne's wife is white. Lake lies when once you know that then. You're not a lot of these things that you see about your favorite celebrity your favorite entertainer. It's not even true. Now you you can shoot. You can still choose. Ask The question if you want you know just because just because it's out there depends on what the roar is about it. I like your online. They saying this about you are you. I read here that they said this about you. How do you feel about that? I mean I think a lot of people don't realize how much of performance the interview is that we have to be in the moment like an athlete like thinking. Like what do I do next? Do I take this? The least little word could take the question from here to somewhere else. And that's not where I wanted to be. And so can you take me through a little bit of what you were thinking as you're going through the interview so that you are shaping it to go in the direction you want to go. Well honestly. I'm just having a conversation like right down ten questions that I have prepared to ask in this interview but envy might ask the question for us. Angela might ask the question. I I might get to it before I even get to ask the question you know so I can't even really focus on. That's just there for me to have mostly. It's just about listening to the conversation. If you're listening to somebody and really engaged with them and talking and have a conversation you won't miss those little nuances of things. I think that you miss things when you're so busy focused on what you want to ask. You know what I mean if I got ten questions like I gotta get to these questions. I'm really not listening to you. I'm listening with intent to reply not intend to understand. I'm always sitting here. Having a conversation listening to understand person and listening to what they say. Because like you said not only can one word interview off. Work can take an interview a whole another place embedded in. You thought it was. Yes so I just think I'm just I'm just listening man. I'm really trying to intently. Listen and have a conversation with a person like I really WanNa WanNa talk to you. Say what the intent understand not to reply so most of what you are saying. You didn't plan. It depends like I said I always have ten questions and by the way I used to always make sure I had ten nowadays on. Fight it if it's five good questions that I WANNA ask Something that I see everybody talking about on social media. We're going to get that at that person. Get that out the way but sometimes people say things interview that take me some well. It's like I was talking to pass the John Gray and his wife this morning. I don't WanNA mispronouncing names adding Torah. I believe but you know they were talking about marriage counseling. And you know that's just a conversation that came up so I'm like Oh you later on. I'm like you mentioned marriage counseling. You know but y'all don't seem to have problems and so they went to a whole conversation about s maintenance but that's just coming from me listening and hearing them say. Oh Yeah. We go to marriage counseling. I think I might ask them. Who Helps y'all who do y'all talk to? I didn't think they were going to go to marriage counseling so that just opened up a whole broader conversation that I know a lot of my listening is going to be listening to look into that too. I mean I mean that is about your natural curiosity since the discovery yes and just tapping into that and just I'm interested in you as a person. Yes and not. Just tell me who the producers on your album those right but like you know what did you go through while you were making this record and marriage counseling. Even though you seem to be I mean that is such an important part of it. That a lot of people miss. But that's what I said is all about that's discovery that's the beauty of being a fan. You know what I'm saying when you fan. Are you a individual? Who is naturally curious about pupil if that sense of discovery like I'm sitting there talking to pathogen grandma and I hit it and I'm like Oh man don't talk thinking like you me and my wife go to marriage counseling therapy for mental maintenance. You know therapy for that. So why not do that? With marriage counseling too and then his wife started talking about how you know marriage counselor good because every week you going there and these little tiny issues. You're kidding out little things that you didn't even think that part of the evening were bothering you. You're saying that week as opposed to letting it build up for months and months and months and months and then when you all finally do have argument something as simple as no. You didn't take the trash out. Turns into and yeah by the way motherfucker last month you did this and you know what I'm saying if you get it all out every week so I don't think that's a bad thing at all. Do you think about the quality of your voice like the way. Your Voice Sounds As funny you say that because I I I used to but I don't anymore but then I was listening. I'm on this. I'm on TV on center. Unscented show I'M GONNA be on it this Sunday on TV one. And and I'm listening to myself and I'm like damn I a little weird like my voice has changed over the years. I and I feel like I didn't feel like I founded like that like I literally was listening to it this morning saying that to myself so may I don't know Eh. Check myself as much as I used to. Amino to check is in radio when you would listen back to your show and I don't really do like you know I I watch interviews every now and then but that's about it you used to listen to all all the time. Oh man when I first started radio and I started in one thousand nine hundred ninety jams every show I go home and listen to every show when I worked at hot ninety nine every show and I worked in Columbia had big. Dm How not nine? I listened to every show looking for what is trying to be better One thing that I was always told my main George Cooks degeorge. Cookies Operation Manager Kay Wonderful in Dallas. He was my the first person to hire a full time. Job and radio still great mentor to me today. He would always tell me. I need to have more of a conversational tone so I was always looking for that conversational tone. He said always screaming at somebody and talking at people in instead of talking to them. And I don't think I really started to develop the conversational tone and tell started working with other people in Studio and when you start working with other people in the studio and having conversations with him in there. You're not screaming at that person when you're talking you know so it's like. I think I started to learn it then because I started to really understand what it meant to have that conversational tone on the radio. Someone thought it will working with people. Whenever I would do the show by myself I still understood how to have that conversation. I about I think I really mastered it when I was working working windy. Because she's the Queen Conversational tone. Is your friend just talking to you by herself. Yes nobody incredible sitting in the studio by yourself a for our self talking and I've seen her do like she could do a whole show bars. Judge me is Madonna's when you did not want to talk to me and she would me out and act like I wasn't. I would be sitting there watching her. Have a full conversation with ourselves. That's it's unbelievable to. Can you show us the difference between talking to the listener and talking at the Listener? Like what is it? How does talking to to listen to like Paulo? Five hundred is your home for hip hop and be that new thank God fling. You see now video videos amazing Yo. Drink CAILLEBOTTE million dollars. Shout out to drink next. We got the new fed up got no new music. Whatever as five one five hundred? That's talking at the person you're not even you're not even acknowledging the person it's like you like you're driving in the car and you're and I never wanted to be an announcer. Talking with them is more like what I'm talking right now. It's the World Dangerous Breakfast Club. Angelini DJ envy Charlemagne to Gut. And it's like Oh man you know everybody who came out to my screen in a wrinkle in time last night. Man wrinkle in time. I'm telling you it's the perfect daddy daughter date like I took my daughter to go see it in La and like you know you're going to be asking your daughter one simple question when the movie is over. Will you look like this conversation Angelo? It's regular what I might say to you at the Barbecue or whatever asking the question you have you seen him. You'll have you ever seen a movie rick time yet. You wouldn't took my daughter to see as we like. I'm asking the question you drive in and you call you now. I haven't Seen No. Yes no now. Tell me what I need to go see it. You know. That's the difference between having me talking to somebody in being an announcer. Just yelling like come get your free pizza even even even without the volume difference. I can hear a big difference of I'm just having a monologue versus I'm having a conversation that allows you in even though you're not literally here yup absolutely so. How many jobs radio jobs did you have before the breakfast club Six firms club December radio station. I worked in Charleston South Carolina High Ninety nine in Charleston South Carolina too big DM in Columbia South Carolina hot one nine to Columbia South Carolina. I worked Wls Wendy and then I worked in Philly and one hundred point three to beat them all morning. Show and so infill. You had the morning fairly at the moment to show. How did you get the morning with Philly? 'cause you were with. Wendy you were you. Were were second banana. All all came from doing my own show own show until I got well in Columbia. Started working on my mom. Big Sexy you know. That was his radio name. And they bill black's with bill black's. We did the hot boys together and then for a brief moment I worked with Venom. And we did. We did nights together. And then when I got Wendy working with Wendy but before that I was always show even when I was in Columbia Doing Radio. I have my own show on the weekend called Charlemagne God concrete jungle. I come from a always having my own show. Philly is really hard because a windy which was interesting because I worked with Wendy like worked with her from February of Oh six to November second in two thousand and eight and the reason I remember to date I got fired is because on November third President Barack Obama became president elect and That was when Konami was all messed up. He literally fired like twenty people from W. be allowed to be one of them but then I realize the impact. I guess I had had on that show because people cared. I was in New York Times that I got fired. And you know the news station wanted to come interview me for getting fired and like it was just a a thing and I was like wow so then like five six months later you know I got high the do mornings at one hundred point. Two beaten fillion eight hired me solely based off what they had heard me do all Wendy show in Elroy to time. Who Was the program director? And my man Johnny and a young lady name O'Shea they was just like Oh we would always win game but I could do his own show and I guess it helped to windy weather there and they would let me do the show by myself like you know I like. That's a big deal to be able to do Wendy. Show sure by by yourself. You know I mean Wendy would never let me totally by myself but I would get like five minutes eight minutes and then I would have to throw to a best of segment. What is fine? I'm going GONNA make the most of his eight minutes right. It's funny story. I actually media. Takeout popped off because of the windy. The Experience Fred. Fred will tell you that right now because when I would do windy show by myself. It was just one day. I just kept getting all these crazy stories from his website. Called Media Take Brandon and it was stuff like Kelly Rowland's pregnant and this and that I remember Wendy. I'm mad at me like oh. This site isn't even a real sight. It's not credible on why you use the stories like Yada Yada Yada and then when she got back she was using those same stories that they were so good. So the breakfast club is the is definitely the best. St- starting gig hosting Gig that you've had just. The platform is huge. It's morning it's a big station. No shots at the other stations. But but you know this is like you know. I'm I based on the Yankees. Now how did you get the breakfast club? I got the breakfast club based off The stuff I was normal Wendy would more so to stuff. I started doing philly. I was only affiliate for eight months. Eight nine months on hundred point three to beat and You know it was Charlemagne to God in the morning. What what it was. The beauty of it was phillies What you call a P P M market and you know PPM with the new rating systems that that came in and I think it replaced arbitron. Remember arbitron you will. Just you'd get a diary and you would just write down what you're listening to. What showed you would listening to. And that's how they got rates. Ppm is real time. Meaning that you wear a device and you know whatever you listen to that moment it picks up and that's how they get numbers. How many people wear the device? I'm not sure when he thousand. It's like a tiny is it. A tiny has not big. It's not bigger than what the small number of people do the ratings yea. One one person could could shift everything but if you remember when Wendy was on be. Ls Didn't do good. Ppm like she literally went from number one to number fifteen twenty which lets you know. The device was flawed and yet but eventually they got it together so by the time I got in Philly I took. I had the number to show in the city. Okay all right so Paulo. Five in New York was looking at all day. It was looking at that kind of stuff. Like oh wow 'cause I mean it's not like the radio The talent pool in radio was so large prepared. So if you're looking to make changes in major markets. You're looking at a certain crop of people. I just happen to be one of those people but when they realize like. Oh Wow Solomon can do numbers in PPM world when I got fired from philly power and if I were the first people to reach out I didn't get the job right then. Mohammed G spin in Cadillac would first person to reach just to have like a general meeting in general conversation to see what my head was at and see what kind of person. I was at the time they didn't. They didn't really like my management though which happened to be doing husband okay. He Know Kevin Hunter so when I finally did the job later on not even get the job when I went back to meet with him about five six months later on. You know one of the first things. Cadillac said to me was like it was Kevin. Still you managed. And then that's when he broke down to me about how people in the building or like you cannot hire Charlemagne if he is if Kevin's his manager. Yeah he's just he's got a toxic energy and you cannot bring that in here and so when when? I told him that I didn't have him as my manager. No more whatever blessing was being blocked definitely opened up. Because that's when they hide so they were coming to you this whole time where you going to them were you. Were you trying to create things? Hold on I think when I got let go from Wendy do some we do some darts against the war to see if they would stay just to let them know him out here. We'll give you don't know who I am. You know be familiar and I think philly's what made everybody will when I was in Philly doing radio. That's when I started getting on a lot of people's radar because a lot of the things I was doing went viral like the interview. I did with Kathy. Interact cafe You know when I interview freeway. Ricky Ross are You know the beanie Siegel interview that when he was going at Jay Z. Like stuff like that. Like all of that stuff was going viral. So people with knowing me then and that's went viral was a big thing and then the way I got fired from Philly I see you on a Thursday played back on Friday Pleaded again Monday got Monday but immediately we're not tweeted out. I Yo- thank you for the past six seven months philly immediately. All the blog started picking up like Jay Z. The Z. Gets Charlemagne fired and Iran with it. I'm like I don't know if he did. Not but that's GonNa read very well in a book. One day did he. I don't think so because when he came to the breakfast club we asked them acid saying he doesn't answer anything he doesn't answer quick. I mean he's a brilliant interviewee in that he knows how to like. A politician did not say anything. And you don't even realize he didn't really say he didn't really answer the can't you tell how therapy has helped? J. B. Even better interviewer like always. Jay was a good person. I I love watching people interview Jay Z. I loved the Rabbit interview. He did. I love the interview. I think he'd deal with the New York. Times like you can tell. He's more open because the therapy like even when it the way he would respond Elliott and and be. He'd be like got me talking about all this shit but you could just tell. He's open to it because they're happy. I mean he's always been open if you know how to if you know how to do it if you know how to you know I. I talked to him for rolling stone once and it was. It was like six months after his nephew head past that in the car that he had bought him and I was like we were in his office and I was like. Can we talk about that? And he's like no and I didn't say anything and he said no again and he took an even longer pause. No and I'm like I'm not saying anything. All right a little bit and then he I don't even say anything and then he went into the story. And just you know what I mean. If you you know you were talking a few pause if you listen you know you can get a lot out of people and I mean by the way that's respect to all right like what kind of care would you be if you ask him. Can we talk about your nephew? He's like no and you don't respect that like at the end of the day. These people are humans yes and I think that's the other thing that you know I come to realize it only took me forty years to realize that but you know these celebrities are human beings like their their regular flesh and blood people. They got feelings too. You know what I mean like. I REMEMBER. I was watching. Even Berman. Doing interview number man was like. Yeah you know. I wasn't really tripping off nine. Charlemagne San Antonio Daughter bought it to me. He knows imagine then. Somebody's child come like me said this about you and said that about you like so you just. I never at clueless as to why people are upset. are as to why they may not want to talk about but the thing about when we think of them. Celeb- as people and not celebrities special sometimes interviewers. We ask them basically about you know they're they're icon and I'm like Jay. Z Does Not Experience Jay Z. The way we do he on that stage. We're looking at him like -solutely you're the man. He doesn't experience that way but he experiences it like I get up and blue is like you know daddy you to make me breakfast. And what is that like? Yeah I mean you know so I think about all the time. I'm Jay and I remember one time meeting him and you know what I think. Blue had just been born asthma. The baby and it's like that moment in the club. He's like the forty forty. Climb like out the baby and he's like I could see day. Hugh all humans like. Oh she do you know what I'm saying like that's that's I was. We've been cool. This was like a cheat code like you see as a parent. How many kids you got to us. You can talk to any parent on the subway at the met. Wherever just any parent be like your kids are trip or kids are so cute and they jumped right into talking about kids. And you know with Jay with a puff anybody like. How's your kids like what you don't see you don't you don't you. Don't I really don't think you experience love until you have children? I remember my home. My homegirl Dr. Dari Alexander said she said if you love your significant other the way you love your kids then you're really in love you think that's almost an impossible task great because not all my heart's outside of my body my wife my my daughter's like I love my wife more now than I ever did in my life because I see how she is such a great wife and how she's such a great mother and we share these children and like I really understand what love is because of these to you know young girls that I have and I love her just like I love them. That's my unit. So you really don't experience like you know what true love is until you know you have kids so that's why I think that he the real human. This comes into play so we were driving toward. How did you get the breakfast club and I got they were coming to go and Kevin was out of the picture? So now they're like okay we we. We're happy with your representation. Yeah which I had known at the time and they started talking to me. That's why we're happy deal. But nobody said he started talking in summer and then I think maybe around. Yeah like September October around the fault I finally started making the changes. Twenty twenty ten. Okay 'cause I was living back home with my mom in South Carolina and I just happened to be up here one weekend hit G. Spin up out the blue light. Yo was good station. Come through town and I said yeah a come to. I went to the station. And that's when the initial conversation having a number Cadillac Jack. And that's why I love Cadillac to this day. He's a great mental mind. He is a man his work because he asked me he said. Would you want to work here? I'm like how he would like. How soon can you wait? I'm like for this job for as long as you want me to. Because like you said that's morning radio in New York right. It don't get no bigger than that. They don't get no bigger than morning. Radio in New York so from what number was power when a five at that point in the morning in the morning? I mean I don't I don't think they would. They might have been top ten. Maybe maybe not even in the game. Now that's what was number one in the morning at that. Time Niles eldridge eighteen thirty four number. One Elvis Duran. Oh yeah you know. Beat novus out of where he added. New York's Z. One hundred. Okay I out of the urban. Oh yeah definitely definitely. Haven't Steve Hobby and then Seventy Steve. Harvey. I'm not sure at the time so so so when they're talking to you. You were the first piece of the puzzle. Actually they hired envy but had Indian after noons okay. I was definitely the first piece of the puzzle as far as okay. If we're GONNA do a morning show. Charlemagne has to be on the morning. Show 'cause I remember having conversations with Cadillac and he was like you. Who WOULD YOU WANNA do more and I remember telling him Angelie because Angelie you know as as far as being a woman being a woman personality that she was like her her name ring bells just off doing satellite radio and remember Cadillac saying but she kind of like you and I'm like Nah. He's just on satellite radio. So you know you hit a carson. You hit a Raunchy with me. And Her. Like totally different and plus. I had worked with Angela as well because Angela was one of those people that when I was doing radio in When I wasn't doing radio and I didn't have a radio job. She would tell me to come up to her show and I've seen it on her show and be hurt calls for the morning show and that was good because it kept my name out this. I guess that's kind of like what planted the seed in mind. Like you're actually sound good together. And I guess he had been telling Cadillac. That's when I told Cadillac Angie. He had his reservations just because of what he thought she was but he was just he was wrong and then they bought in envy. I remember sitting in my causes office and Was about to happen. They want to put you Angelo in the morning. Whatever you know all those radio people when people talk and they ask questions what you think about what you think about that. And he was like yes can be you in in and I said envious. I haven't heard anything about emmy. And they would like. Nah It's GonNa be it's GonNa be envy and didn't really put in day because envy has a name in New York. My name would come up when they were perceptual. Based off what? I do a Wendy and not Internet in Philly people but envy had a name as a mainstay in Yorkshire also. He was the anchor that they wanted in there with with me. So what is the role as you see of each of the players? Each of the three of y'all I remember Dennis Clock Radio Consultant. He would say envious anchor. You know family man. This is five six years ago to anchor. The family main Angela was like what do you mean? The anchors are like the anger like the in person. Like he'll okay. He handles all the business power and five one home hip hop and rb all guests special guests. Yeah exactly and Angelo was like the party. Girl Socialite. The woman on the scene. Who knows was going on into now to the industries and Charlemagne was lovable asshole. That was that was our actual role was when we he had our roles written out. That was our own lovable asshole. I love that you and you fully embrace that yeah. Were you doing that before doing that? Since elementary school with you I met you do it. Wendy and I don't recall and I was a huge Wendy fan before and after I was on the show. I don't recall you being that in the Wendy era. Oh easi easily that would I was. That's what I was there for. I was a Hitman for hire windy. You had you do the donkey today segment on Wendy. No I used to call people. Don't least yes you did that. I don't I don't remember the Charlemagne of and maybe it's just my ignorance. The Breakfast Club. You know the Darth Vader of Radio Dot. I don't remember that the Wendy about almost got into a fight with flavor flav and live flavor Kuni. The I came up there and I was like Yo. You like the poster child for Wack rappers like I was. I was a Hitman for hire like Wendy has when he's made me get people in my opinion flavor had no problem with that. Wendy's made me get. I didn't want to get like Kelly Rowland. I remember she told you go. Oh Yeah what did she tell you like? I want you to get at her. I never used to ask no questions you know. I want you to get get get get under her skin. Oh Yeah so then. Would you do the one time she did? I kept method. Kelly Kelly. We both kicks which I was being. It was felt like when you hear back and we'll tell you what's wrong with you and I felt so bad and I remember Kelly The first time Kelly came on the breakfast club in La La who? I'm really great friends with hit me up like Joe. Kelly's on the show and Kelly said last honest. She sat with you that you know. It wasn't a good conversation and you know you need to make dat right. I see you know how it was that on the situation. I got you Kelly. I Apologize told us the truth. Probably when he sent you absolutely I have seen in my career. If for whatever reason the you don't get along with ex artist you may never see that artist again. You May or may not get anybody else from the label again. So there's a tremendous social pressure to make sure that you get along with a given artist because there's any number of other people whose doors will close if you don't what are the change. Now what do you mean I I? I don't think I think people really feel like all is is is is good for us so people aren't afraid to come in and out of those uncomfortable conversations. I think labels pushed the artists. Go Up there and all you need you need that. Have you are processed? Charlemagne says something about you and you. You don't like it cough. Dan You talk to him. About how compensation you know what I mean. Because they know it's GonNa lead to pitch views and nobody cares. Conflict leads to hit some. So you don't find ever that you are blocked from somebody or somebody says No. I'm not coming. Because of what he said to me. Or what he said to my friend. Or my label. May I used to think that? Would everybody has come like everybody seems to cover? Everybody has come like I said. I don't think they know him not being malicious. They know I'm not really trying to attack them. I just got an opinion and I'm GonNa let you express your and I'm GonNa take it to you. Might want to just say fuck you up a you ain't Shit Lenora or whatever. It is cool so you accepting the lanark and the beanie and the bird man buys you some credibility to be able to dish it out. I believe so. Because what kind of hypocrite would I be? If I was just somebody that would always be talking to people in talking at people saying what I wanted to say about people and not letting them respond. There's nobody who won't come because you were rude or mean to them rape Harry never come. Drake historically definitely like. I'm not coming on the breakfast club. I don't know if that'll change in the future. Maybe but he definitely was one of those ones that you've never talked to him so it's not like he offended me and I'm not coming back. I talked to him. You never interviewed. Drake no no no. It's not like he offended me back here and I'm not coming back. Yeah he was just upset about donkey today. A commentary have made on the radio about him like all of that like I mean. I'm sure there's other people because people who haven't been on the show. Some show is other people who probably feel that way I mean. Is there somebody who you want to? You're like I can't get because they're mad because I said such and such. Nah I mean that is that is amazing to me that the persona the lovable asshole persona is not chasing anyone away. No but I could. I honestly think they know is coming from an honest place so whenever they feel like coming up to the breakfast club in dealing with whatever. I got to say at that moment they'll come do. Do you ever like do a rough interview. And then you get a call from the label the yours or whatever that higher level where they're like dude. What the fuck. Oh now tell them suck my Dick I seriously I don't. I'm not I'm not. I'm not industry because I've gotten those calls. That article comes out. Like I can't believe you wrote that Blah Blah Blah and. I'm like I really felt and you don't even get that I've had two phone calls ever one was from diddy was J. PRINTS. Cities the caller. Yes and did he. Did he call me when I gave donkey today to to the album last train to Paris and I was like Oh this shake weight music and I saw a tweet and wanted to tweets was like Yo history service correct. Did he's GonNa get shot me and fight so I hit my man Sean President. Why would he re tweet something like this? These challenge each other on the phone so we got on the phone and mind you did. He had had didn't like when I interviewed. Cassie but what did he talk to me? Like a human being. He was like y'know that's my girl. Okay I would you feel if somebody came at your girl like that. I as a man I got to respect it. Like he's right. You know but that goes back to you. Realize these people are human and you know they're they're they're not just some some robots and then like after we got over that and I'm like you know what man you right I was. I was wrong with Kathy. Blase Blah last Paris. I didn't like the album. You've come on Man. You're going to get on this train so he don't have a problem with you not like in his music right. When it wasn't a personal thing and other call I got was from A. J. Prince About Drake Jay prints called me and Jay Princeton like Joe from unknown number. And I'M GONNA why he'd like Charlemagne he know who this is to Jayme fucking prints. He said he's stepping on toes. Me You told feel you told. She got drake album at the house. The do I want you to look on the back? Read to me who executive producers some like Bryan Birdman Williams Ronald Slim Williams. J print said exactly you stepping on toes? Said you know a lot of things that I don't like I don't like Winnie the Pooh but go around saying I don't like winning the and you said to me he goes. Can You promise me that you not gone? You know you're going to eat up off my toes. I won't live on I'm like I don't I don't know if I can. I don't know if I can promise you that. I don't know what this man might do tomorrow. That I mean I like and prints go but I can't promise you anything in that's supposed to me. I don't know but I didn't want to find out you know but this was this years ago has that Jamie J. Prints of yeah. Has that changed? What you said about drake on no this was this was literally like two thousand twelve. My rhetoric towards drake didn't change till like when when did windy back to back own with that. Twenty fifteen twenty. It was it was around the time when Meek had two goes right and stuff and all of that because when we came out and was like oh drake got ghost rider this Yada Yada Yada Day sent medals reference tracks like those reference tracks that do Quintanilla made for drake. Dixon does to me. I I had dogs and one of them in the reason I didn't want them is because you know I don't know if you remember when I played the Audio Floyd Mayweather reading and that was fucked up. That did not feel good and nobody called me about that. I I didn't know trouble for whom I GOTTA. I didn't like the I personally feel bad but that was fucked because I did it for reasons. I did it because I'm GonNa go this. Shit Jimmy Kimmel and fifty cent people. They'll pay him a million dollars to come. Read it. Dr Seuss Book and people want to fly to read and we actually got audio him reading. We put net all right. Now this ship out to rip. It should GonNa be through the roof. Yati Yada Yada. I did it all around reasons. I was looking for a moment. I was trying to create a moment. I was forcing a shot forcing a shot. It didn't feel good. So that's how I felt when I got the drake a do drake Reference tracks. So I hit up. Jay Prints like y'all got these on before them to you in the email. Whatever and then I call it another caught a friend that I didn't even know it was a friend of drake and told her about the situation and I guess she told drinking. And that's when the whole thing happened in I ended up in the Charlemagne Drake in particular aside. You're not trying to create moments but you've been part of so many happen guy worked so much. Thank you got into radio. God can't be it's like you know. Poker isn't look the same guys ended up at the top all the time. It's not luck like it can't be just luck. And God you keep nailing these moments. Maybe listen I pride myself on consistency being consistent like I wanna be consistently one of the best multi media personalities on the planet so all I ever try to do is going at radio station and perform radio at a high level and be authentic at a high level not not not forced authenticity. Because the problem I have now is you see all these kids. Now they think keeping it real is is the way to cut through in radio when you asked me you know what would it take to be a great president and I say be yourself on himself? They're trying to be me on H. B. You know these summarily trying to be what they see working just like back in the day people saw how would work and they try to be how it's all star and buck working and trying to be. Star and Buck you know. That's what I see now so it's just like that's not being authentic. Being authentic is not having a a negative hot. Take just for the sake of trying to look different You like Black Panther Times okay. I didn't really appreciate his except the fuck up. Yeah it's a great movie. People are being contrarians on purpose over me another. Try To beat it and I think that's the the ebbs and flows of me as a personality. That people are intrigued by because some days. They'll like me some days. They won't like me someday. They'll tell me I'm contradicting myself. But actually I'm just changing my mind and I think I'm fine with that. Do you think you are harsher on women than men I don't know that's something that I hear a a lot of people say but I don't think so I mean like when I look at the. There's all these Charlemagne's craziest moments Charlemagne's most inappropriate all these videos online. And they will generally be charlemagne saying something aggressive toward a woman and her reacting. Yeah or a tough guy getting at you and you like back. What thing with the women? It's not like I was ever like pressing them. I was being. I was actually being a fucking pervert saying like I was listening to the TV one show since they didn't think I told her to hear you. You're somebody like walk behind you and math debate like guesses me being a a pervert. I thought out your but now I'm not pressing. The I wasn't pressing women. You Ain't Shit Yada Yada. I'll beat you death. Coney like I would never do that. You know. But I don't think I'm a harsher on women and I do think I was a a pervert at one point in my life honestly all the fucking pervert like I was saying vulgar shit the women just because I really don't know maybe maybe I was in my freak bag at the at that time like I was smelling J.lo's chair. I honestly no shots about that. I've not had about that but I mean in general I mean it does seem like you were. You could say some of those things to men not necessarily sex not. I don't know that would that would be extra weird but we talk know foul around each other in a way that you don't bring to the men and I noticed when these guys are going at you. You're not wild saying some crazy there but then wins the chick. You are more sexy. You're more likely to be saying that. Perverted Watch me now. Because that's the stuff the girl that's literally four or five years ago me talking sexually to them like that you watch on the going crazy on me. I'm just like yes. Man Disrespecting her true. You know Fredro I won't five min- combined with all the talking with a guy got you watch the we do we do. We need five minutes man. I would all you want if you really want to get it in. We can get into all that talking you say like beanie. It's like Oh you don't come from my world and isn't that cool. I don't care of all I don't care about that world anymore. Okay I've been there done that with screech down. Have no reason to try to prove myself with any of that. So almost say what I need to say to this man and this man wants to take it anywhere else then. Things will be handed accordingly. You know and I'm not no tough guy by any means but I'm going to defend myself if I have to. I wanted to focus on radio because you're alleging that but you have also been extraordinary at expanding your career into television podcast book. I'm sure I'm missing other things that you're doing. Can you talk about how you have gone about expanding which you do well That word legend is a strong word but I have been Consistently I guess. Good at radio and I think that everything else is fruit of that tree of radio. That's just some kind of goes with being a pretty decent New York radio personality right like I mean. It's not a New York radio personality. You can name. Who wasn't good on the Radio? Who didn't get those other? Looks like as far as television? You know getting the opportunity to write books being movies stuff like that like just for me. I want to take it to another another level. I love with Steve Harvey's doing on the executive producer inside. I Love Ryan. Seacrest is doing on the executive produce inside like. That's that's what I want to get into like. I don't want to just be talent at the end of the day like executive producing shows. I've gotTA SHOW ON COMPLEX STARRING. Anouilh Norrie on honor and eaten. You can go. Binge watch all the episodes. I'm the executive producer that I got. A you know a show coming on. Mtv on executive producer. I got I'm a consulting producer in the movie body to battle movie. That eminem is the executive producer Joseph. Kahn directed like I'm working. I got scripted shows. Come in like these are just. I'm watching what everybody's doing in every space and where can I add my creative input? You know like I really do right like I've always written. I used to write folds on magazine have a blog like I'm really writing. My I wrote my book. I gave it to Chris. Marotta edit and flush it out right when I really right so yes I write television shows. I write ideas for movies. If I get the opportunity to to sell some of these things. So are you going home from the radio and thinking about what can I do? How can I expand? I haven't done a book yet. Let me move in that direction. Let me I haven't done. Let me see if I can get at revolt or whatever or they come to you or both so a little bit of both. I mean I remember the first time you know. Mtv to offered me a television deal. And I was like why I honestly was I was like why am I remember hitting my homegirl? Tiffany who worked on to like. Why do you offer me a TV on overtaken you know I took it? I took that fifty thousand dollars a year fifty five grand a year whatever. It was just to be talent on. Mtv to there was nothing on MTV to like what didn't turn the Guy Code and girl code in Guy Corden low. Devolve ain't that America and I've had to talk show on MTV to Charlemagne Commonsense and Andrew showed sideshows over there like so it it grew into something honestly. That's always what I've liked the same thing with zero five like we started there like nobody check for power five where they they are now but we grew it into something so when they came to me with that television opportunity and I took it. I didn't know it was gonNA turn into you. Know five years later me executive producer shoulder all of that stuff like I mean. Okay so I know that. Doing the breakfast club is going to bring opportunities in the door. But what I'm really interested in is how you took things out how you took the capital that you were building came up with an idea and sold that. So what's something that you did that? You're you're proud of that. We can talk to folks about. Here's how you used this level of fame at radio package it up and then create some big for yourself. What I think The primary thing is like you know it all goes back to listening meaning that this people in Television in Hollywood who listened to the radio so many people are sitting down with me and they want me to beat a host of some show. I'm having conversations with them and just asking them questions about. How did you get in the executive producing like? How did you shop this show? That was of the relationships. I remember I remember Bethany is to have a talk show. And I thought it'd be on Bethany. Show and Executive Producer. Ashok ending with tariffs and. He introduced me to name Adam mettler so they kinda like took me on the whole scroll and he came to these talk shows and daytime talk. Shows that you're this is the next guy that Josh should be looking at the hosted. Daytime show whatever whatever so. I started meeting a lot of people do that and I remember. Adam introduced me to somebody named Doug Banker Now. Doug is a TV guide. Dogs got like a movie coming out of. He's got the World Star movie coming out on Netflix. He's got he's he's one of the EP that annoying show with me and it's like being an I knew him when Nori came on the breakfast club and started talking about how he had this idea what he wanted to be. The new Guy Ferraro whatever. His name is a new Anthony Bourdain. I'm like Oh shit. That just makes too much sense like Norad Nichols on the running back. Then you just you know getting money Eaton Eaton for real like that just makes too much said when you're anouilh he got this idea womam and that's how you connect those dots by just meeting people in that world. You meet people in that world and you're like I got an idea for this and then you just get some ages managed that you trust and they make it happen. I'm still learning TV. World waited a That I'm still learning the TV would nowhere. I'm nowhere where I'm going to be a net TV world. Trust me that what you see each radim doing with insecure and you see Donald Glover during with Elena. I got one of those coming soon to like soon. What is it. I'm not to say you'll see a real soon. You'll see the announcements and everything real soon and you were like. Oh Shit Wow. He told me that 'cause I don't speak things like anything that I'm talking about now to seeds already been planted and people don't realize like Nori show just came out this year. We planted se two years ago. People don't respect the process. That's why my book I talk about putting the Weeden bag 'cause in and belly when the house at the table and it was backing up the weed and the two young boys you don't WanNa quit school and get money withdrawal at the like. Shut the fuck up and put the weed in the bag. I didn't hit buddy. You can't skip the process. You gotta put that. We'd in the bag. Then you gotta go hit the block and you've got to sell it out. We like people. Don't respect the process like everything anything you see me talking about now when I told you about this show. Trust me that we'd is already back though bag up the weed. I Jay Z. Says it like finish your breakfast other people say take care of I think I? It is good advice respect. The process build a foundation for your success and then go effort. Put the trees in the bag and then sell them kid. So the we'd until your enterprise you could put. You can't build a bridge while you're walking across. Thanks so much to Charlemagne for his time and thanks to you for listening. Forgive fuel to power your dreams because you can use your dreams like a rocket ship to blast you into a life. You never imagined you can make your dreams a reality. Hope this show can help you. I'm on twitter at Tora. Anna instagram at Tora show. Please stop by and say hi and if you like the show subscribe Rave Review and Tele Friend. Who think would like the show? Toray show written by me Tori and produced by Chris. Colbert of the Young Turks with help from William Jolly Jason Wallace candid Nicole Coal in our photographer Chuck Marcus. We'LL BE BACK NEXT. Wednesday with more knowledge from amazing folks because the man can't shut us down.

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You don't know all right so don't dump idea just because you've never tried it age now where guys i don't know if you guys know but a._t. And t. u. Verse is having a fight with n._f._l. Network and so now we don't have have n._f._l. Red zone or the n._f._l. Channel listed on our cable and we can't watched in the n._f._l. Pre-season stuff any of that stuff right right so oh congratulations. We have joined the boycott. Y'all team cab all right. We are all team cabinet over here. We are no longer supporting the terrible terrible n._f._l. Until they've okay skien pilates and yet got me you okay. Are you unita's happy. Yes i will folk hot with you. All you happy dale cook three but yes so what's funny is when they have these like. I don't know if you guys don't have cable. I know we're we're like the last people with it periodically. They do it with different types of channels well about set but i've only seen a channel or whatever ever take but you're right. You're right sometimes. It is say like when it was viacom. It was the set but what i find interesting is so the cable company enlist me the cable customer in a fight. I don't maybe like hey. Hey are jefferson. Pilot is not gonna let us air c._b._s. The local c._b._s. affiliate. They not gonna let us air the n._c. Double a. tiny so you guys won't be able to see the n._c. Double a. tournament this week and it's all their n._f._l. Go get him guys. Tell them all social media go to their website do this and now now. You put me to work for yoga for yoga right. Can you imagine me doing that cable company. I've i called him. Hey guys. I'm not going to be a little late on the bill and melinda behind <hes> i'm. I'm gonna need you to call my uncle and see if you let me get that money back. I let them borrow last week. Yeah well we're going to do this is going to give our number and we just gonna tell you. Hey give out his money back okay. He gave you the fifty dollars. You said you were gonna pay him back last we and now he laid on with money and is now you really fucking money so we in this together cable company. They don't work like that cable off right. It's not a it's not it's not a package deal like that. The other thing <hes> 'cause i mentioned eighteen this on my facebook and boy. If i tell you these star caring for the man oh my god also disappointing these black people. They always trying to explain to me. Oh no right you see they have cows writers and in other areas even if they're doing well you know what they didn't email me about them cost. They must have just pay those. I didn't get they didn't tell me hey guys because nickelodeon is going to go ahead and colin nickelodeon. They paid them more so i blend with my shit okay. I let everybody had asiate. I don't care about the these these other channels. I don't watch oh you want the history channel i'll do you. It's gonna cost ten cents more full cold but they really be trying to trip over. What's going to amount to a point three cent increase for my black ass for the n._f._l. N._f._l. network just take it okay. I need you to write me and let me know your bargaining widow. Only thing i know is i've got the channel right and in the worst part is don't give me no discount <hes> they'll never call me and say hey right. You might notice your bills five dollars less this week yeah. There's a mall y. O. y. n._f._l. Channel you know couldn't come to deal with so says we gotta spend their money on them. No we give it back to the customer. Nope bill still gonna build on it. The bills going up. I want on my mother. Fucking channels negative this hey man we in the middle of negotiations nations well. That sounds like you problem. I can't i am negotiate with my boss if he goes semi check on friday so we both in it together a._t. And t. I hate this little trick to these gas companies. Do you know another company data to me. Recently <hes> luke crate used to be a sponsor to show the day starstruck ignorant bills and they weren't they weren't paying us on time. It was a whole ordeal right still always money actually but lou crate <hes> <hes> i would. I noticed the other day. I was like wait a minute. I went to look my credit card. Bill no bill from luke great my okay. I got the bill every three months. They say boxes coup. You know <hes> that's the type my side of the bargain right but then i look oh now wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute. I got no fucking in buckner me last time. I checked his almost september. Come on the and i said something about it. On twitter later. Please opened up a hill ticket. Follow us back so i i emailed them and say hey what for box and they email me back like oh yeah. It's gonna you'll boxes are if you look on site. They're scheduled to be mailed out august eighth all my boxes. My senator myself self fusses. How book is a box for june not shipping until damnest of timber that would make they're more like a september blocks from my calculation now. I'm just i'm just a poor country lawyer okay. I don't know ah shit from channel but i do know shipping date typically correspond with the month of the box when you order something right side says this that all right y'all must be struggling with that money. I'm i need to go ahead as scriptwriter refined sounds like right amount but the way they explain it to them and was like oh yeah no big deal. You already know you know as we said before. I'm like gee. I didn't email me. It was gonna be a delay nope you. You took that fucking money. Though right they will go on the site and see you can see where it says it's going to be is now shipping to august. I'm like yeah. That must have been a fucking mistake because that desert cars were on with the county. Now account is work guys so now is last week right and i go okay. I won't give them to august or whatever and see if i get my mouth my boxes. I'll call you know the money's gone. They already took the money three months. I'm hoping i just give him my boxes. We call it even now. I can't smart description right. Y'all i got an email this morning and it was like hey is luke crate as you guys i i know you guys are wondering we've just been acquired by another company and this is good news. Because it means that we will be shipping your boxes out on time they'll be <hes> we'll actually be able to ship them all now and you will receive them and we will get some cash coming in and that's good for us and good for view is customers and i thought to myself. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Why does sound like i wasn't the ship my shit. Don't lie to me like y'all was. I hope we get the money to sit this shit. I decided i won't go through for forty five days. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers and thoughts. I'm like no. He wasn't and i didn't even know i had a problem. You have gas. Let me you made it seem like we in this together corporation. We're not in this together come. I can't do that the lucrative guys. I don't know if you checked my credit card but i have authorized payment for december so i'm needed needed a ship my three boxes for free and you'll get the payment on the backing. You know that's the thing that we don't oh. I didn't tell you oh my bad. Let me using your email. Hey guys just got a little cash coming in so it looks like you will actually get. Don't get the money on december like you're supposed to get it. Wall was supposed to get my money back in september. I know it's crazy to me too. It's like we both in together. We both broke lou great. Was that what he's he's got me doing this. It's like some new shit. I don't like this this. This all trick you into thinking. We own the same size like yeah you. I am so glad that you you've been handling like a lot of stuff 'cause they don't they don't want me on the case. 'cause i will be riding as but that's just me because does whereas my mother fucking money product yeah and give a fuck council bitch yeah well. I didn't want to get to that point. I just i you want myself but i'll get you this. I don't know i just think the tech the technique is weird and i'd rather than email me up front and say hey hey we're having some ship problems and it's looking like we're going to have to delay shipping on some of these boxes and it won't be out. I rather than say that then it'd be like oh what you notice. Oh yes you ain't getting into the aug yeah our hoping other fucking mistakes that you didn't think it would be a something and i would like to be aware of that. I wasn't gonna get my shit till two three months behind. It seemed like a month again. E legitimate a the shit is delayed and that's my thing about my thing is most people under you have some irrational paper but we're not irrational utah me that a friend code not not a problem for the fact that you try to trick me. That's the pod to makes me man. Go what what about this right now. I don't really care about the n._f._l. Channel that much to be honest because the way i watch football the last few years the way my age is set up right labor. My favorite way to watch football now is laying on my side on the couch while reading a good book and then waking up at the game and being like is at nighttime or did i sleep through the next morning. That's my that's my fitness. It'd be the middle of the floor like games. I don't know wake up and i'll just be like is it seven eight or seven p._m. Be so confused yeah. That's what i was finding. The people because people get you know. I'm not really hit. Reiterate the focart with the n._f._l. Shit people are doing but if he will get people sometimes get mad and be like yardage n._f._l. So much just msci won't give it up. I'm like nick already being given obviously being abreast of these games. I hear me talk about the n._f._l. On the show that much because i don't know like yeah so i think did the cowboys louis. The falcons like i don't like i'm i'm just being honest about it. Right now. Dow was already losing interest and i'm not gonna give capital nick or try to you know. Lion is my my my <hes> loss of interest into some type of cars. It's not true you know. It's like a yacht eating late because of how they treat gay. People truth is papa's got spicy chicken biscuit now when he's got a great spicy chicken biscuit. I wanna try that abbas. Yeah i did try. It was good. It was good yeah. They got ask some type of light mustard sauce on that. It's kinda likes them. Taste like some like it was okay to sparkle in the sauce or whatever who's list out lewis outy but i i liked it. I wish i could've added tomato to anyway. That's not. I'm not a big big into lettuce on a chicken sandwich but i do like tomato. Yeah it was good. I liked it you know. I don't know i'll have much else to say you know. I'm not a huge by buyers person so it was up there with some of my favorite chicken sandwiches though i know that much so but yeah. I don't even really watch football the way i used to anyway. Neither one's like i'll be barely watching the shit so i can't even good napping time yeah. I just feel like it would be dishonest. I know other people will take the extra credit for the folk oka- it'd be dishonest to turn it into you know shit like that like i put that shit on went on by the ticket and a lot of times we eat can drink. Come back wake up. What did you watch that game. No the game was watching me baby. I think we might be at eight o'clock. No no no you know. I was thinking to last evening. I'll batman how he always you know ordinance stories about everybody knows bruce wayne's origin story pants ash-laden alibaba but you know the the robins. I'll have different origin stories and like all day parents ended up getting killed on air but pretty much parents. The parents get killed their orphans younger science and he takes a man and they ended up contacting together <hes> and he always like you know they find out the secret somehow you went into the bat layer and now you know oh you saw me leaving in late at night on a motorcycle and realize that man oh no oh no crime fighting with me and i was thinking about man if he would've adopted me. He would have been so disappointing. My black ass okay no because i il now rich. I'm not doing any of that crimefighting bullshit. You know i i would ignore the fuck out of clues. Oh no we asked daily left the clock open. The entrance to the bat cave is right down there. <hes> let me call for y'all and no i'm not curious as to what the fuck buckets down there or why you don't be around in night. I will be playing for tonight if anyone needs me. Oh really you're not gonna try to figure out my secret identity. Cry fine fine with me nigga. We are rich. I will be playing in game. It's around town. Have you heard about this surround sound bruce. I got a button to now right outright more cheese and tomato sandwiches. Please okay. I am getting parched up here too. I'd like limited red specialty you'll be making. Can you posted this town. You make a hell of a sandwich sir right africa coming up on the bat cave with a bunch of damn bandages with blood on thomas j master rod. Would you need. I don't need nothing brad. Just keep going. I don't see nothing. I'm i'm here chilling private party with my friends yawkey ocoee their batman shit down to a minimum lease all right out of your but my parents got killed in a very rough way. I don't want to repeat it. I just want to be a risky to go to school. Holy shit. I know you behind for help down now. I'm not going to help you. I'll be worth robin on all the time like we you master rod. Would you like me to outfit you with a bulletproof. May not know donate doing any put up. I didn't see nothing. Is that like somebody being as bruce and today i beat him. Do we have to lock down. The mansion. Bane has gotten into the mansion. Well sound like you the problem because i'm leaving. I don't know i don't even fuck which i like this okay. I'll why people adopted me around did make sure the money hit them off. I can stipend every month and you can say me away okay. I'm not i'm not down with none of this shit. I guess he likes woman named selena because he say her name and yeah. I think i think cat woman on the roof waiting on that man. I was just went inside. That was it she was does he said like now the lose this little puppy i said now i don't know you okay. Bruce will be home tonight. It's i. I know you cannot come inside. I walked outside and i seen a woman out there and she was making the the grass grow in the trees eleven light. I don't know what the fuck do but i live outside halloween outfit ma'am. You need to get off the property. Okay then we'll get out. Okay them rose bushes. I'm inheriting goes when bruised is now if you kill the nick. I'm getting stuff but other than that. It's not my business. Please lead rose bushes alone. Okay that asking. The lake was fucking frozen back. I don't know what the fuck is happening. Ideas the minute you laugh. She realized come over here. Ghia kiss kissed range. These games with child closed on renting out. Why are you my most foreign comic book. Yeah you're running away venture so black robin me sleeping. He is laying on the couch watching football sleep the mistake that you go through the kitchen like making a sandwich while batman fighting on the lawn tana's damn you turn around and and just a ton up megan styling. Do you do <hes> batman fighting to beat bevan. You say albert uneasy meal what's wrong. What's wrong how you say. I need them on our making myself i do it. I got to man you hewlett busy. I mean it's unbelievable. I don't care. I don't get not my business. I know obviously you told me. Stay out of it because you know madman started shit with stay. What is robin okay. You can't cry just a little kid. I'd be like you absolutely you hundred acts. You know what i i. You know what you're right. I ain't got no being climate out avenue fucking black. No no no. I wouldn't come down here to fight crime and no no no no. I was coming down here. Our could come upstairs real quick and fix the satellite because i can't get. I can't get direct t._v. Right now but no no do your thang player commissioner doubt do yo- crime vein okay y'all albee good. You know what i'm saying. I get out of criminals tonight. I know you can you can stay anagram appropriateness head home or head own backup. I'll be upstairs with limited supervision watching porn and playing video games on the big ass giant t._v. Nobody around his mother fucking uses the tone is going to get the dough dash batman gonna walk into wrong. I won't be watching t._v. He spends time with me like hey black robin. Let's minute's time together and talk real quick and just here watching t._v. She and then all of a sudden. It's gonna be like breaking news. Breaking news interrupted t._v. I got all got them todd of. I just mother bugging me and i'll be like oh what's the channel i hold on. Let me see what else are on. That may go back to that. You saw so you want to be. We are going to get the i'ma <hes> every every channel is not on this blu ray. I know that much about alexa play in game. Come on and huck. Y'all go out there to the bat lab and all this shit man seen zoo at the news because i want that man standing there with that monica article in that cain and auto fucking ping around him. The black robin beat the best year ever watching comedy. I got other stuff to talk about. The news is up guys. Let's see wendy. Williams admits that she knew her estranged deters me. Kevin hunter had a double life. I didn't make sense yes. During the interview with andy cohen on sirius radio channel show radio uh-huh andy the fifty five zero talkshow. Andy cohen y'all. He liked the gay. The gay c. kriss took over liberty everywhere job. Doing anything didn't guy why would watch what happens. Live running reality show she it with housewives like buddy. Stay with ajar day with a job <hes> so yeah andy cohen talk to the fifty five year old talk show host sir about rumors surrounding. Her ex husband's alleged infidelity. I come in my eyes will be puffy from crying going into work to win williams show when things were really bad at her marriage william liam stay after finding out about his double life. She stayed around until she could completely separate yourself from his big business wise and emotionally. I knew that i would have to address but i had to get my ducks in a row. I knew a lot of things for years a lot of things for years but my son kevin hunter junior was at home. It wasn't fair to him. She added. I'm not going to grab his hand. Cassini move zip codes. She went on to say that'd be a thing. It was a lot easier with the son wayne college the person i am now very saying because he's not living with me. He goes to school an emmy when asked if she would have still left hunter if she hadn't seen photos of him with another one apply i would've known anyway. I have my own. No i take alive but i'm not raising a family she added joshua admitted to having a steamy moment where rapper meat meal at her says black mitzvah. I wasn't making out with meat meal you. I was whispering in his ear and kissed him on the cheek because he performed in my son's black. Mitsubishi is not fill in for me and he's not feeling for me. I don't know where that came from. I don't know but mason any sense like oh. He had a whole as baby so yeah. You know you had addresses then. Well sound like the baby was the limit. I guess what should you align. You know what's funny about the warriors they was the agendas online so many people trying to make her shit fit into an agenda <hes> and so they'd be rooting for so i gave him out when it does turn out like you know they really want her to be like this woman who was like mike such innocent victim in a way you know like when she <hes> she talked about people's business for a living and then when shit was happening. I heard i saw people being like you know they visited some like you can't be hurting. Say you literally be talking about people business. M making shit up or at least bringing out rumors on your show to make people address. I heard you was gay type. You are messy so people are here going yeah you a a yoyo husband cheating and got a secret baby what you got to say and you'd be like my mind your business. You can't do that another thing. People with the gender wars saying was trying to do this whole like you know. He ain't gonna get shit because he cheated on her shit. I dunno legal. Maneuver is pleased all right up here with them. I don't care there but it's just like any time. Something happens outside of those agendas is so funny because it's like yes. You can always claim this. This and this and it's like well. Well sounds like they've been together before. She was famous. <hes> sounds like a lot of business together so they money is all mixed up with each other. It's not as clean. Ask you know like mary j. blige and can do so. You know who knows how complicated is going to be an end. I don't know the rules of her going around being like oh yeah. I knew he was cheating. I stay with him anyway. I don't know what the fuck a court goes. I have none of us really going to know until they go to trial if they do that so i'm sure people will be rooting for <hes> also divorce outcomes and money splitting their share because people really get hard into the general's agenda the wars of divorce finance right and i just i'm like that money has nothing to do with you. Not seeing fucking down your you know nobody's payroll. You know that shit and child support. Those are two things. I refused the fucking argue with anyone about like y'all ain't saying dominance. I'll be fighting all day just based off of what is between between your legs normally like it's not even some shady who care about just mansion. I wanna see every man. Get over okay. 'cause i'm a man i want the everyone get over because i'm a woman woman like i don't care glut to everybody. Let's see stacey abrams to launch a voter protection program in battleground aground states added twenty twenty election shout out to her for keeping her eye on what is actually you know important yeah yeah casino. Her race was stolen out of her hands not just that but the presidential elections you know all this stuff with voter voter suppression voter tampering voter i._d. Laws intimidation <hes> trying to get people out of the pain for immigration asia gerrymandering. Their people's votes are under attack not to mention straight up election rigging which we had in north carolina light light vote. Your vote is under attack and the politicians are running in the racist mostly turned into two things things wine. We gotta get donald trump out here. Totally agree with that totally understand but then the other thing is a whole lot of personal attacks at each other on the democratic excited to try to separate themselves in a in a field where they're not that far apart. There's like a few allies but for the most part is more of a popularity contest and who can get the most savvy quip in and no one's talking about the most august elephant the room the voter suppression the voting rights act being struck down or at least a d. strengthen. I guess it's so ridiculous but yeah the initiative called fair fight twenty twenty takes his name from the organization for that they're georgia democrat founded last year after narrowly losing her bid to become the nation's first black female governor able to set to announce the program tuesday during a speech at the convention of the international union of painters and allied trades in las vegas abrahams forty five who for for the past several months have said she was considering a bid for president will stay focused on helping the grammar credit party leaders and activists in twenty states to immediately began building systems to make sure that voters have minimal problems casting ballots. These ballots are counted. The effort expected to cost between four million five million dollars target twenty states most of them battlegrounds battlegrounds in the mid west and southeast at three stays with gubernatorial elections this year kentucky louisiana mississippi so yeah congratulations thank you i mean i'm joking but i really do think is she ran right now she will be washed out because so me fucking people if she worked and now it's like right as the primaries like widow down until just a few people <hes> i know she get a ton of the black black vote you know <hes> but but but it's actually kind of cool to see somebody focused on a bigger picture that's why in a year whereas like anyone with any qualifications as we're in it and be like yet not this is not what's important important me right now. This isn't the moment from i'll let you i'll take care of that. Shit i need. We need to be sure. People actually voting matters more than that. Y'all y'all got it yeah yeah so yes. It's kind of interesting to see to see somebody like yeah. I don't know if you guys noticed because this is a georgia eh. This isn't just a local elections or twenty one thousand nine hundred is a twenty anything. This is a hey. Let's during the groundwork to day. Four westbound happened in two thousand twenty because they pant be no excuses and i i wanna see this question asked the debate. I wanna see these candidates talk about this because right now. There's a we're talking about everything except business like i don't even care what your platform is if you can't get if the vote isn't going to be an open vote for everybody. It won't matter what the folks everyone going. Democrats have a much bigger much more popular thing by blah right and and you have one party that is choking the life out of that out of making sure your vote counts as least as possible. You can't win unless you play play the game that way to on the ground <hes> miracle lethal was trying to now twitter. Guys may know her. She's an ex porn star. Um yes she did points. I'll show it was she was <hes> one of her and bell hooks abell knocks bell hooks jesus totally different in her and bill bill knox were the two best they had the best p._r. I've ever seen for porn <hes> mhm 'cause they both did it the shortest amount of time what they knew how to like manipulate it so that they will get written about in the press <hes> and they both i'm kind of used the respectability politics game of i'm a college. I'm smart and i'm doing porn. You know which kinda go like. It's kind of that thing where it's like. You're you're the one that's actually implying that that's an this this amazing thing but say clark recycler people do it you. You don't have to be stupid to do sex work. Smarter is correct you you know you're not the first mufraggi to like you. Sex paid for school come on <hes> but <hes> yes so <hes> she was talking about it now but yeah but what i was gonna say is seated actually do porn that long. Maybe maybe a month or two you know like a scene or like. She may have done themes over the course of her career. It wasn't a whole lot but but she ended up being one of the people that trend it a lot like she was there. She knew the media games. Yeah twitter online like she was one of those people that really trying to and then she's it's really good on twitter at like kind of twitter. She's good at twitter. She's just good at doing stuff like you know she's thurs trapping and then say some n._f._l. Failed players like hager. You know what's going on this weekend. She would take a screen shot at and be like just because i'm a porn. Star doesn't mean people fall for that shit like yeah. You know but it's like hi. This is also p._r. For her as well like now buzzfeed is writing about how she like. Expose this do you know and of course after the first dude it's like i everybody is on their own. So you wanna be the eighth dude beaks by. I guess anyway <hes> so she a <hes> got the twitter verse talking on monday night after she claimed in the tweet she only made a total of twelve thousand dollars in the adult entertainment industry. People think i'm racking millions millions from porn tweeted the twenty six zero. I made a total of around twelve thousand dollars in the industry. Never saw a penny again after that difficulty finding a normal job adequate important was scary gary. Yes i guess of you. Don't have any understanding of the industry you might think that but that that's actually a lot of money for what she did what is short amount of time yeah because he didn't do a lot of things that she <hes> okay so here she worked in adult film industry for three months and she still is and was one of the biggest names but you only do three months wherever work that's what you get now. The problem is the model for foreign is really fucked up so you do a scene. It gets power date. Sometimes the people pirating scenes are actually the foreign companies themselves <hes> so the lay put it online porn hub it has it has ads and if you click on or the play this three pablo's going to papa right so that's how the streaming companies make their money but the actual people who produce that product don't see the any money if they don't have any investment in it. The only way to play that game is that you have to go get certified and be on like porn hub. It's like a live act ally like a live channel you can do that. You can be like okay point hub. I'll play the game. I'm elliot of you. You get a percentage of all this but now pass pass ascriptin fee to see my videos so it was a lot like <hes> so i am a patriot alpha podcast yeah and some points actually lie. I body on websites and domain do that as well. Everything is director. You've paid things would do a private taboo group chat like they do it like that but you've got to worry about pirating now because people can still your share and then like they rip that and then they put it on these sites and then you got the saudis like hey this is this is stolen from me and the stolen the amount of the lack of respect that people have a porn stars is pretty much. I can take your work. This is not work to me. I can still it. I can do whatever i want with it and even reposted on my own and get clicks from the ads and make money so dirty guarded game so i think for <hes> for an and i think that that the impetus for that like transactional not feeling like i steal my porn from you is because of the puritanical nature of america we shane sex right so people feel like i'm already doing a shameful thing by watching someone and having a a jacket or being around or whatever then i want. I'm gonna i'm not gonna compound shame. It's not gonna make it worse to to steal it is it would actually be worse to pay for it because then that's like. I'm officially during this act which is sad because quote unquote commitment right. It's all a hang that we have as as people watching shit and then we pass that on like oh yeah we we're ashamed like how many <hes> <hes> people that are preteen and talk shit about this stuff still know these guys are like yeah you know because you fuck in wash this year every the numbers don't ah baby no they don't as as israel said check the numbers bitch okay so great poet the poet for a ladder yet loria anyway so yeah. I'm not surprised she didn't make money and i'm not surprised she didn't make money after that because even with bang bros and stuff like that they don't sound partnerships with these people they go. Oh yeah you do a scene pay x. amount of money we own this saying in perpetuity and we can put this shit out as many times whenever we want to and if someone clicks on it they pay us now you right but you're right. Some people do start down channel. There's also like i think i can't remember the name of this site but there's a <hes> there is a site for like porn stars whereas like a network where they like like our house because has a podcast network. There's a more network for like okay. We signed someone. Also they make videos directly for us. You wanna watch you go on the site and you know you pay a fee or whatever so to clarify was never promised millions nor do i respect you said i'm just clarifying misconceptions about me and then turn about the industry. I was involved in porto briefly. Oh my accent spread like wildfire to be ranked. Truly baffles me five years after leaving the industry. That is why people still think are perform yeah another thing you can do a lot of porn ours will be like escorts or they'll do like a travel around the country doing gone strip clubs and shit like that. If you choose to do that webcam being you do that yeah and yeah there's a lot of people ignorant to horn worked so maybe there are people that millionaire something i don't know who the fuck them people would be but maybe some of the tweets guard a trained on twitter monday ni- and where comedy by youtube video featuring interviews she gave earlier this month and what she tells her story for the first time in two thousand fourteen medical leave for may world news she received death threats from isis at their painter appearing in an adult film wearing a job for the first time ever miss this down with mega avenue. Can you tell us story yeah. That's kind of i think rose the frame and then because i mean no shave but was it was ninety good firing no offense norfolk yeah but come out. Oh and i still remember when i noticed like wait. She's kind of a black man with nobody else those kind of interesting decision to <hes> <hes> so yeah she described her transition point is terrifying. I didn't know what i was going to do her job theme which was still garnered isis threat since august twenty eighteen is what ultimately may khalid a business the tournament of course when i did. He's is seen that is when the isis de-stress came in all of a sudden. The news broke out globally notches in america. It was trending on twitter. It was all over the news. I was banned from a handful of countries egypt. Afghanistan very muslim countries were deeply offended by it and i'm catholic so to me. It wasn't oh yeah. This is bad what i actually said when they the proposed to me and this is where bama's you motherfucker is gonna give me kill yeah. It's interesting too because she was also trying to be like the wo- oh paused obviously wearing a he does ninety mio religion in the scene. That's not that woke so i. I guess you probably lost them. Create time for doing this shit. She described her quick file claim. She said the day after the drive is when everything blew up. I went four hundred followers on instagram. They're like two hundred thousand in the span of three days. That's why i'm like. I don standpoint so taboo that only blows up. If you see that see and then i'm fine this one was instagram and follower so you got all these people that are doing that but at the same time like shame for how dare you make me jack off off the u. and then counts no-ball until it was like a two million like six months later this was at diet quit porn it just kept growing and growing and growing and then my instagram account was hacked by i assist damn. She went on to become a sports presenter at leaving the point industry. She does continue working in that field. I definitely want to grow my career. She said yeah i don't i don't know what they mean sports presenter. She talked about she had a podcast gilbert arenas where they talked about sports for a while but yeah we'll see how that works <hes> interesting thing and i was like people touchy or i don't know if people thought she made that much money. She said that people think she made millions of dollars but yeah probably not work the isis death threats. I cannot disagree with her there. I'll agree missy elliott. It's a receiver michael jackson video vanguard award v._m. As the m._t._v. v._m. As dishonor changed the name well as a right now i mean what else would they be calling it right now. Maybe they got announced the name change then maybe they give it to her and they changed the name to missy elliott vanguard award. That'd be that'll be that'll be lit. You know <hes> see the five tied grammy winner. She sold over thirty million records worldwide recorded his including working. Get your freak on own way from earlier this year. She became the first female hip hop artists inducted into the songwriters hall of fame yeah. She deserve anything about misty. The system is c. D. will so far out there. It was before his time and odi of y'all go back and wants to spend time. There's there's videos that come out. Today can't even compared to the to the she was doing. <hes> yesterday was like lily futuristic man dan. I'm glad i probably watch m._t._v. awards but i'm glad that she's window award. She definitely desires honor. People have won it before four jaylo beyond say justin timberlake. Madonna gaza rose britney spears tiny west wing on a._m. Pink so she definitely deserves it breath. Let's see there's a new california allow that allows diners to bring their own containers for rescue leftovers. <hes> wow how they really just go appropriate my culture right in front of my face okay. My eyes been doing this for years way. Before school begins pocketbooks come on you know how many prime roles we have of scottsdale with scott we have stolen is what was it how many quincy's roll we roll it out right friends close. You know much fried chicken from sizzlers. I've et eh ponderosa of no komo now my gold. She is shown me about them to blob eggs and come on y'all for three days and unlike business ziplock bag <hes> mad at the kid taint doing it right. We have absolutely i it was pressured that was a lot of pressure and fo- chicken thighs macaroni caroni cheese request list titles in gravy angry nomo play. I'm not going to remember the miss. Go up there and get it now roger okay. I don't pay favor this. I'll be right back linda. Hold on lack you right okay now. These is chicken leaks. That's what now we you gotta. Stay away to the chicken thighs. Come back to exit twenty five minutes. We gotta plot on his mouth fucking buffet okay. That's not just above paper. Here's a way to go but they said you can't take your kids. If you date not dead at us and you know people i make five dollars and twenty five hours not my pay grade nothing. This is not molestation and while right pastors. I say oh no. He's got us because i was in my. I'm on this year. It was like a heist like that and be wages two thousand eighteen bit. You're going to have yeah ours ours nervous home the most bugging buffet police go how about staying. We know oh you had the biscuits. We must you games yeah. I'm glad i got insurance. I was a kid. I didn't know any better now note. I'm like of course course the shape of it in my face like ma'am i don't. I'm not mr sizzler all the shit. I don't get a security badge. Okay down. Don't never had no security had them places. No police you just go ahead and take this shit out and they charge you twenty dollars a person of course you're going to take them to go and my eyes. She he added. She had it laid. I'm talking about okay this desert to a distant ziplock bag for the role. Oh i doubt you'd be like where's your license or anything like that and it was a pocket. It was a motherfucker commission plus. You know kids get like less of a cost for kids they do so it was a strategy to bring me and my cousin sitting there listening you all macaroni and cheese duty. Okay narodni you under you. You're going to be on the mashed potatoes shift. You keep going up there. This boy is this. Is this third time now <hes> you noticed collard. Greens like looking at you like who the hell a whole collard greens. There's a plate of colleagues. Another nails little baby you mo- motala green is this oughta collard greens collard greens back. You can add to them because you know you'll get it right in trouble right. I need all the ballot greens. Okay thank you. The crab legs crab legs a high like the place where you put raises and c._v._s. Yes cold like now you can just get. We know these families leaving the building. Okay golden corral. That's why starting meet. They like south. They slice it up. Some other heist were going on now now. Going is okay. Now you the distraction okay and you're gonna be the wild card. You're not gonna pick up this whole rows and walk out of here. We're going to have somebody slice. In this yeah. Oceans golden corral donen golden golden corral golden golden eleven. It was the highest within the highest was we was really just trying to get the extra great. That's the highest we've been high and wow you look this way me tap dance for everybody. I'm gonna be over here getting the stakes. Ah all right well yeah man. That's actually a good. I actually like this. You say he didn't like it. Why on directly impact me. I understand it but then you put it on me to remember to bring tupperware and everybody sanitary. I i like so i'm taking somebody <hes> tupperware with cat food in the back well. It sounds like <hes> you can bring bring it. You don't have to <hes> not cams are yeah. <hes> it sounds like you can bring tupperware. You don't have to go. I think i've heard another thing that people were thinking about doing was being like no to go like you take it in my each <unk> here and then it goes in trash because they're trying to save on the the waste of all of that because all of our plastic styrofoam shit it right so they're trying to figure a way out to cut down on that so to me. I look eh almost like bringing your own grocery bag to thing but you're right if it's not if they don't have some standardized way to make sure that is cleaner terry but but okay but what if they just leave it on table you put it up like is it so it does actually go back into the kitchen shit. That's that's understandable but it was still need to be regulated because a lot of times if i'm bringing it back. I know that it is clean. It is come from something sanitized. I know that is not going to be any fool. Immuno illnesses or anything like that 'cause the last thing you want somebody to pack that shit up and then claim that you got sick or restaurants can declined to fill the customer container yeah but if they don't wanna feel the content the container you ride. It will have to have a few do you wanna feel has few procedures in place. First restaurants must have a written policy healthy for preventing cross-contamination available onsite for health inspectors second. They must isolate the consumer on container from the service service or sanitizer surface his after each feeling that restaurants at the treat customer tupperware like a hazmat. We're keeping it away from other services indicate or following this path with the spray bottle disaffected affected other cities have similar policies in place though not always codified into law new york city for example health officials. Tell in our restaurants can feel customers containers with departmental parlamento permission as businesses and individuals make efforts to cut down on single use plastics reviled foam containers. No doubt there'll be more interest it just from california's and bring tupperware downright is too much and you brussels ain't going to do all that bullshit. You can't get about how to do number for two thirteen an hour so yeah yeah if you own a pet bring your own hit. We not touching it. You show she to welcome home pack. You'll see it and destined like if you really want to get rid of tupperware. You're gonna be angry if you get rid of it but you know hey you know he's going to make calls people to be lie will allow orders and for some people they'd be like. I'm not because that's the thing i mean. Funding portion size is certain things if you fucking smaller than you know because lot <hes> reasonable portion sizes but like somebody doesn't eat a lot. It's a waste of time if i can't take it home with me if i don't know tupperware and you ain't got nothing to bring it back so so i paid twenty five dollars for this and it's got to go into trance king and yeah i mean that's just one thing i've heard like france. They do that and like other countries sometimes so i don't know i'm i'm just gonna say. I don't know i don't i'm not convicted about it as you are. I can see i say it's an area where you do bring up aware because like i say people have been doing this year. You bring tupperware. Put it in masha instead of yoshida any you clean the table. When i'm done what you should be doing already and then that's the fucking end of it and somebody has a good point. You just sail little tupperware things in there but not see. That's the thing the point is that have reusable because now you sell tupperware. It's is just another thing. I'm taking it home. Okay give me tupperware to say is the half tupperware this already. You know you you know so i dunno. I kinda came in that perspective. I understand but these rules a lot of restaurants going to opt out but i do roles on out like you not making it simple for everybody involved. I don't think the rules that complicated but okay. I'd like you just need to clean wherever the area is that you allow people to take food food and put it in that type of where it sounds like you just need to clean it. You know what you should. It'd be fucking. Doing you should say somebody has some tupperware from home. You are hopefully gonna cleaner table. Hopefully going to clean dishes. The silverware shit like seemed like the process while he being there. Maybe even a designated area something but but more worldly to me it just sounds like as a restaurant. I would be scared of the risk right. That's not like that. You know whether or not it works or not. Aww shit is one thing. I'm just more frayed of like if someone were to get to berkeley lows in my restaurant before cleaning like right now like they were to get it before. We do a tupperware thing right just today i i run. A restaurant is exactly like we used to tupperware of our you get to work to berkeley hills is you don't su olive guard right. This is i just got to. I don't know where i got it from. I got it is live muslim again. They got a tupperware change or what have you know arri to you now so our guard now you like. I might have got an olive garden so yeah. I can see why they would be afraid to do that. Maybe you signed a waiver on them but yeah yeah like i said for for for for a restaurant <hes>. Let's say scary because you don't want the responsibility lying because of crepe born in this is all types of shit and like you say you got to do this. You got spread you. Have you seen the hope to help. The health code food around people don't do basic she now you want to add tupperware exchange to it is not an exchange with okay. It's not it's not a potluck here. <hes> yeah made this this your home. I gotta put it on the hey ruby tuesday. I made some macaroni salad now. Give me any meatloaf to go. Thanks is the exchange now now. Here's my drink. I brought no thank you so much money. The you know go to garage fucking potluck. No thank you man <hes> carnival fantasy cruise ship fails inspection by federal health officials. Damn carnival cruise lines fantasy cruise ship failed in this fashion by u._s. Center for disease control in july earn poor marks for film e pool water brown water coming from the shower hose and medical areas dirty tableware mixed with clean and bagels and bread with flies on oh and i'll take it back. I don't think we should have tupperware. Exchanging don't do basic. She is talking about she says exchange. I know you're right. You're right. I mean because i'm kind of a cruise with doing the exchange. This would not end well at all. The july specs inspection is the worst in the cruise line china's history with fantasy getting seventy seven hundred below two eighty five scored need to pass the muster was c._d._c. and lower than the previous low of seventy eight and nineteen ninety eighty two other carnival ships pass inspection last month under c._d._c.'s vessel sanitation program with the ship's inspiration scoring a ninety seven and imagination a ninety four. The c._d._c. is an agency within we know what it does. Wow that that is nasty. Man daddy is and that's what happened. They don't really repaid on paper to and a lot of people depends on you know the international laws like those votes kind of flow everywhere so they probably ed people own. Their debt might not even be from from america like that like who knows how we'll train. They are underpaid they are. I'm just keeping like you. You don't know again. I think justin going on a crew led to this year. I was not honorable. Alba's not either i was not i went on a cruise years ago. It wasn't carnival black. People love cruises and all the cruises is needs to be cleaned happy with his fucking shit hole. Ship monday is already. You'd enough yuck. Mom outraged after inmate transport bus used take some account. The mother of eight-year-old san diego girl is is demanding answers after her daughter doesn't other children were transported to a summer camp of it in an inmate transport bus. Kimberly steals says a daughter described buses having cages ages inside still says the kids were being stigmatized. She says she never told a free summer. Camp transportation was going to be an the inmate bus. The summer program caters to children in underserved communities. I think i know it. I think i know what that means. The name below watcher round to <music> animal. The monkeys sounds like there was a tight. You put them in prison bus for some odd reason that i don't know look it possibly be looking at appearance i y you're ma- why are you may <hes> it was lax. We're just a <music> black people. That's right guys tying to play the game. We didn't know we were playing. It's black. It's the game we go around. The globe around argos macclesfield bugged with the wheel signed point zero two hundred twenty five today's contestants apparently everybody even you'll some account. They can't catch a break can't catch a break. <hes> wow <hes> but yeah fairly they thought let's put with low negligence on on a prison bus so what are headed anyway mustache ankle bracelets. You know listen. I feel you do look guys. We all remember for asia racists graceless from summer camp. This is a different type of friendship bracelet. Why does bracelet blank is just heavy. Metal fringe arises okay. Why does why does bracelet turn red if i go within a certain radius at his bust y'all such good friends. Let's let's put out this chain all together. Do the best friend is rice bracelet blinking and beeping now. You've got to give back over there and break the rocks. I know they're much okay okay. We hear how up on a railroad track listen guys. I'm your summer camp teacher and i'll be watching guys at his shotgun over at the corner. Wow making sure that nobody makes it. Ain't nobody trying to jump over that fence over there. Okay 'cause if so it's going to be a problem okay kochta good i don't. I don't want to be no problems. Okay aw i'll have fun time with camp today because lord knows you get on my nerves. I was he going to be doing this. You're gonna do is cracking rocks. That's the whole that's all. I need to do today. Boy okay get back. Get back over to finish tilling. Their land. Girl is demanding answers after her daughter and dozens of others were transported to a summer camp event in an inmate transport. That's ford bus. My kid is joe bus. What does it look like when she gets off the bus in del mar and that's a bunch of blacks and mexican kids driving by i would be like whoa what what did they do. Kimberly steele says her daughter described the buses. Having cages inside steele says the kids were being stigmatized. She has never told though she was never told that. The free summer camp transportation was actually going to be an inmate bus. What do you say the person who says hey. This is a free bus ride. They're trying to save some money. Thanks for no things aw thanks mino- things they've come down to a child riding prison bus to save money. It's not worth it. The summer program caters to children in underserved communities. The program director responded saying the free buses from the shared apartment have been used for years and there has never been a problem in the past he probably didn't know today to was. There's never been a problem in the past. I mean could it be possible other black. We didn't have problem with it or you know which is possible. I mean i would see this shitting. Possibly our i can see me looking at this and being like yeah they donated. The bus is fine. You you know i wouldn't even think about it as the optics of like i'm offended by this. How you gonna put my blackout on this but you know what i'm saying like you. Tell somebody points <music> out. Everyone was doing and then going along with her kids. The only kid on that bus and definitely not the only black kid. I could absolutely see other people not thinking about the optics of not just being like oh those kind of the sheriff the bars bus but yeah when you think about it this way. It's like what the fuck are. We conditionings case for my thing is they would bring it up vignette tat room you could have painted divers were sounds like they still use the bus ford appreciate that but the share office loans out to them for free transportation and you're not gonna get you know maybe there's another place you can give me share free transportation or whatever i i definitely feel like if it wasn't black and brown kids. I wouldn't even really feel this <hes> like if it was you know whatever but but the fact that it is. I definitely feel away about it. So as these kids aren't any trouble anything like this not like with teaching. It's not scared straight you know so it does feel little light. Y'all got this is okay because the black poor kid okay so what i would like to see who else what other why do y'all do. This boy scouts girl scouts and other larger organizations. Do they use this to like like. I would like to see the numbers world this bus out to her. I like like like i wanted to see. Who else gets this free rider. Are you only offering this to the brown people right like like if you say we're doing this for everybody. I okay cool but if i see the numbers and the numbers belie now only by brown people autism other fucking problem is the problem revolves because you putting brown to own a fucking bus like that but if you're thing is we do this for everybody. Okay cool. I know what you mean yeah. If it was something where everybody did it i even i could allocate like now this one. I'm not questioning why she was concerned. I'm questioning how it was able forgive by so long and i'm not gonna assume every person that emphasizes some type of sell out of school. Now my guess is there's more context to it greg for p. would ally this is fine with us. You know but yes she makes a good point. Though and once you make that point you can see that shit so hopefully you know well hopefully not just get off the bus and you know like holiday chain. You can use a different <hes> different mode of transportation. 'cause that does seem kind perfect. Thing is arctic. Side is children. You put it into the cage is a matter what they think about the inside of on outside. It looks just like a charter bus on the inside. If you've ever seen like a movie i like all kinds you can't get to the driver. However is locked in cages. Shit like the kids didn't travel. I have to travel like that now. We can have a regular school bus. Yeah yeah like you guys have all seen another forty eight hours or conair like shit ain't coup latest predator movie and you he also talking about possibly traumatized children children what n._c. This shit happening and consume social media and shit like that and then you put him in a fucking gauge it right so maybe explore opportunities alternatives possible like i said if if this is the only fucking option i understand i i really do because if it really came down to this or there's no summer camp. I do understand that budget wise. This might be the move but if there's any other option i would try not to have kids on a prison bus. If it's possible come on so. I hope that you know. I hope that that's what it is. Marlene says are we doubting the situation. Maybe the kids. The kids probably don't care yet the key as a kid. I didn't care about a lot of shit that actually was my parents job to care about and and that helped me out you know because they saw some shit i just as a kid i couldn't see what seeping into me and i think this is one of those things. I think this is the kind of thing that if i if i wrote to summer camp on a prison bus every year. I don't know i don't think about it. 'cause normally be when i'm a little kid. When i became an adult i look back on shit like that and be like damn they already had us in prison buses and then we was poor black and brown kids and we was fucking like going to summer camp. That's weird you. I know because it's not like we're gonna get down to brass tacks. It's not like there isn't other charity or other things that happen for kids and it doesn't doesn't get this desperate so like i said. I don't know their finances. Maybe this literally is the only option. I think it's interesting. You don't inform the parents that that's interesting. There's nothing wrong with it interesting that it wouldn't come up to the parents or whatever thinking they wouldn't care about it at all so you know i we'll see these payers get to make a choice of where they want. They get on that bus at nine and that was her thing 'cause if you tal- her the situation may have been different differently bombed her child comes home entail her so the child may have been bothered by it and brought it up to my mom and his name right. You're marlene also said to l._a. They have gas on the windows at home right. And how do you think that affects the kids that live there well. I learned about home about safety like it's all the all the it seems indoors man. None of us is clean. You know what i'm saying like. All of this shit dyke changes how we live like there's kids that grow up without that shit and they have a totally different outlook on life. I'm not saying they're better kids or any of this shit. A budges out is a little she impacts this man so i don't know it's definitely something worth considering. If it's possible gotta get out you know i think about it so zero two hundred oh one hundred just for the simple fact that the parents were not uninformed. Let the parents make choices about their child. When it comes to this i don't fuck with free lino. My child being on particularly with the corporate climate as is the day yes. I would like to know if my child is being put on a bus like that that matters there's to me as an adult kids. Don't give a fuck. I completely understand that but as an adult it's my job to care about child safety. I found they didn't tell the parents. That's the only thing that it really really bothers me because i feel like the pears made a choice and they were okay with that. I wouldn't be bothered by that. You know it was like look. This is free transportation. They taken into account by i. I knew it was a prison bus thing but i talked to my kid or whatever like at least give me an opportunity talking to my kid like hey you know this. Is you know this buses for that that i bother. That's gonna bother me. Just can't help it. I can't help it so there's nothing wrong with them using and like i say just inform everybody and after that that the parents make the choices from there yeah. Maybe i could do a community farmers type may-maybe. A church can volunteer some some vehicles like that. There could be other other options that maybe aren't being explored but i can't explain it was absolutely i don't let me notice a need and to me. It's allies on white people. I made a decision. It didn't think about it correct. That's how because as a black person if i was doing a program like this and shares obviously we wanna volunteer. There are buses. I would say thank you. Let me let me explore some options though like we appreciate the help and everything but let me let let me let me just make sure that that's the only fucking recourse we have. You know maybe so maybe a charter school. Private school might lend us a bus to like. It's not like it's just one bus like maybe some some other option could happen other than this but you know. I don't know <hes> so we'll we'll see you know like i said if it's not it was not a situation of is there's nothing else right then <hes>. I don't understand why you wouldn't tell the parents you know anyway. I i think for me. It's like a seventy five. You know probably not a hundred or your car for me but i seventy five in the other man. I just think about as a kid that we got used to that. We find out later. It's like oh. This is actually not kinda. Fucked up you know like the i noticed shit that i grew up was normal and then once i got around other kids out out in the world and all this shit oh that's not a thing for everybody nece that normal you know you know. Y'all aren't deathly afraid of the you know. Oh plan a dozen schools like like that's not a cultural thing for everybody like why people don't give a fuck what kind of got on there not filled with anxiety because their parents brought them jeepers. You know the same thing from towns the weekend yeah so i dunno. We'll see <hes> let's z. Yes someone brought up gunshots. Yeah i think we there's so much that a kid would would not. That's what the beauty of being a kid. It's all normally use is new. So how did you know before an adult. You know when you look at your kid or looking at it like man like shouldn't have you shouldn't have to see this is early. Hey i'm just happy to be here right most children you need me. I don't need you jay z. n._f._l. And now doing business together jay z and his entertainment as far as company roc nation. We'll be partner with the n._f._l. Starting this year deserves a leads live music entertainment strategist. The collaboration comes despite jay z. We haven't been for a long time of vocal critic league due to the way they handle widespread police brutality protests during two thousand six hundred twenty seventeen and of course blackballing like bawling cabinet the deal in new york times slave to be announced on wednesday. We'll see rock nation and jay z consulting our entertainment including the super bowl halftime show and contributed attributed elise activism campaign inspire change <hes> j._v. who was bragged about turning down the studio time formats. You need me. I don't need you told the sizes week. The n._f._l. Is a great big platform and asked to be all inclusive. They were willing to do some things to make some changes and we can do some good rapper said mogul continue yes interesting right because that was a very fucking pressing it line that he detract they literally did need him because he knew about the fact that he said i'm not doing the super bowl. You had a trickle down effect of other artists this book them and we're talking about in atlanta. You know and i know black people wanted to like. I dunno like blackie was on boycotting but i'm not work on but the anti show a hidden odyssey it at the same time like i want. All of the super black trat rebels to be at the super bowl like why yeah you know that's not the demo. Caddies inc is on the air custody shit. Come on what dan to y'all's page. I wasn't gonna watch and y'all didn't want no artist to commit the performing. They lambasted travis scott when he said he was going to perform and give me to charity and they didn't give a fuck. They're like nope. You shouldn't beat out there and he he became an even bigger star daisy. Call him say not to do it so i do find it interesting that he was able to like manipulate manipulate this both ways you know 'cause now. He's part of their quote across a loosening pay for it. I'm sure and he also was part of the boycott so they'll. They're hoping that artists will see oh. He's now onboard so everybody else can hop back on board the n._f._l. They was willing to talk after they realized is how powerful quote unquote him saying no which means we're going to be there which means it a lottery super bowl halftime the time somebody highest rating show ratios as win when she's there so at the knock on a you know she not coming and so to me is actually smart because he's like a we're both winning now. I'm forcing you to do some shit that you going to do. Do you think they would have gave to charity parity otherwise no he wasn't him to do things because i'm fine i can sell out. The stadium to bitch right so is my. I don't have to be his game until you somebody contact with. Somebody started negotiating because season. They started yet so they will. I look we need to do some pretty fucking seeds and started and not doing funding a lot of entertainment and the halftime halftime fucking wack. It's been wack past years not not every year but some years i disagree fives grade. I i mean i gotta say not all of them. <hes> i came. I don't know maybe right. I can't remember you. Probably you have some used it up hanging but you have for some years whereas lying when was the say that wasn't that long ago. Wasn't it was when the panthers went through the bone and did the warm or cold played out to right before that does before that in the last the last name missy was one and then that was was at the same year that may have been like a the two that was like dim bruno mars was once they bruno mars in didn't bruno mars bruno mars missing out him. Did you same you if i'm not mistaken mistake taking yes so i am not a huge halftime watcher anyway but i don't know it seemed like it ain't been fucked up that i feel like people just want to say that since cabernet halftime it's fast. It was never really the greatest it like we know a handful of performances that we are beyond say prince. There's a handful of people were like oh remember. They halftime performance. You know janet justin timberlake's infamous. I missed one but like it's not like the fucking shit we like. Oh my god like have the time and sound is is really set up order order. You have to three acts. People met blended all. They don't even go together like you know like them. Being in charge of is more to me about them saying. Can we get people to start coming back and during the super bowl because we ain't paying nobody correct anyway. We'll see day pool. I'm assuming and between heaven be. I say they'll be able to say all right guys accident free we can we can start performing. <hes> i do think goodell's quote was hilarious. Yes we don't want people to come in necessarily agree with us. We want people to come in and tell us what we can do. Better i think that's a core element of our relationship between the the two organizations and with jay and i personally so then why does the cabinet gabrielli added our job. Did that's the same day he was saying anyway. <hes> <hes> we'll see what happens with this one hundred. I'm not yeah. I'm not really fucked with either. You know <hes> <hes>. I do think there'll be pieces that have to be put out about this and we'll see some. He's a capitalist opportunity p type shape but whatever you know they say that about the people that don't like all these rich capitalists but is only when you don't like them. I fuck it it. It becomes an insult like the nigga is married to be is a and that energy is not there for her. You know made she got moment him. I believe <hes> all all right. Let's see anything else in this category toby move-on <hes> you know it now. I'm done fucking fucking black people that was it. Let's get into it on a high note zero listening in on the ground zero. We all feel everyone's happy <hes>. Let's do some white people news that's right. I'm picking it. I'm picking us to do some white. People news and let me bring up the screen. You can see it with me <hes> but yeah. I guess what aim high powered john. I didn't pick why people news guys tired and talk about these white folks up to of course we've got to start with talking about their president that we didn't vote for and whilst i had to talk about a white person news cover okay they liked to get nasty with the acoustic guitars and let us know play around with our music play on iphones and try to see if they can you know take some season off of it and i think it down hard and dirty and we just like to spread awareness that they are doing this. People get upset but we're making shown. You know we'd be paying you. When you got in public next public restaurants on just pulls out the atari wanted to star vomiting and then run out of the room right. You already been there the whole right this the whole bad in a living room. It's not just like it's not actresses. Lights and shit like yeah. This is like a living room concert. What has happened a tiny living room tidy out dave all white man and it just decided to freeze okay go go. We'll just let this low for a few minutes but it's all white man. This is not okay. Several guitars like tame <music>. They i do <music> buddha buddha <hes> <hes> buddha buddha going <music> <music> downtown <music> take they he or she not sure junior on the couch is like freestyler news. This is not the words novo but talent into black off like i don't know but like all intimate will ship like you we saying it's all over my body. He's seen feel my nature. We'll make uh-huh talk. It taught me those thousand del thread worse. I don't give them a thumbs up. Outta mind that at all hey worth y'all so yeah <hes> shout out to the low blow and they're living livingroom concert grab one hundred seventy five us now baby okay the job low blow <hes> that's our man news talk about watch boy treasurer and as he was getting into <hes> in the last little <hes>. Let's see well. We are talking about jeffrey eptein died. He was trump's homeboy. That was a pedophile. He lived on pedophile alan. <hes> they just went into his day avenue. No literally literally he had a allen out yeah at temple on air and everything oh shit stop that was a joke wow free shit subaru pedophile acid and he hung out a lot of famous people that may or may not have been in help or participate in so we don't know blown. The pedophile is like treasure island. I guess i guess president leon the keys. He is the keys <hes> and of course donald trump amplified a conspiracy theory on social media about epstein's death breath basically trying to say that hillary clinton did it somehow kill them. Yeah somehow hillary clinton is always always on the list of people that oughta real crooks hillary. Clinton is basically republicans like what's behind you. It's a blend in in a while. They doing crimes <hes> universal cancel. The height released at the trump tweets. Liberal hollywood is racist racist. He's looking slow. Nobody gets to put a movie out yeah. I wonder if they did because they didn't think the movie was gonna. Make a lot of money 'cause he's. It's the same company that put out all of them. Purge movies and they tried to say 'cause oughta mass shootings when i saw the movie trailers about mass shooting this about a komo fuck is being hunted down. I mean if anything is a recycled plot is rich people and poor people down kind of urge. The light in heroes of the fan were all like poor white people and shit so i don't even know what the fuck it means like. Why is that racist. He tweeted liberal. Hollywood is racist at the highest level with great anger and hate. They liked to call themselves league but they're not elite in fact it is often the people that they so strongly oppose that are actually actually the elite <hes> the movie coming out is made in order to inflame the chaos they create their own violence and then try to play others. They are the true. Races are very bad for our country. Yes liberal hollywood who have produced such shows as is the apprentice guy using the lord's name in vain evangelical chafe at trump's blasphemy quit line right. You'll vote now. Okay you separate families. I was okay what you grabbing push. This is okay what you regret. Sexual people nominating sexual out to the damn supreme court. I was okay with our hours. Okay many many many griffiths and they have theories. I was okay with all the i'm okay. Would you be married and divorced many times taking many messages having six point stars. I'm okay with all of that. I'm okay <hes> with the whole russian stuff okay with datum okay. Would you never be in a religious man have been in a charging our motherfucking live. I'm okay with all of that to when you come us now see that's why drama. I'm gonna have to think very carefully about my. I i mean. Can't you just say we don't want those black coming over without saying shithole countries cacao butthole countries. I mean can we make comrades but homeboy boy. She how too far too far had really really heavily reconsider my vote the u._s. ignificant weekends endangered species back so a lot of animals. Y'all better watch wide. You can eventually be extinct. Let me catch on these ball eagles out here sleeping okay guys. I have always wanted to try delicious bald eagle meet. You've been navarino bald eagle burgers okay. They know somebody put it on me somewhere. Your boy is ready. Tig rub is so many animals on that list and we just have not gotten around. I'm trying. Oh what oh you know what i regret. I never got tastes. No dodo better dodo chicken sandwich spicy chicken. You can dodo sandwich from pop. Is that sound like that'll be good. I'm not ain't gonna la eagle to he goes bird nevada. I don't miss them. Fly flipkart hurt clouds and a federal. You know nigga the can i can. I have that dodo eggs cheese. <hes> thanks grammar fried haw aw shit out of eagle as robbie. I'm not now. I'm with you with the wings saying move bring home tailgate chicken to catch. One of these animals slipping. Okay is our own. We still got buffalo's dude we did. We heard them say thanksgiving. All of somebody fucking around center eagle egg on food tre van gogh braced raced sleep on me. I like your issue on the white meat at a dog meet. See me if you want to catch-and-release dolphins out there on the trump. Administration's new public dolphin fried ha ha pumps administer dolphin tuna and dolphin safe tony extra dolphin in montana. You won't right bread or brown algebraic which which dolphin mustard us allow this from us that we do that every time i want to pour tao who sushi you you all some baked beans scenes trauma station new public charge law will punish legal immigrants using government assistance so you heard that right your legal legal your legal legally in america establish citizenship but you are. You haven't american citizenship but you are legal immigrant. If they find out your any type of government assistance they try to deport shit house way how legal under a new law immigrants who use <hes> <hes> or are expected to use a variety of federal state and local government benefits included food stamps and medicaid will be denied green cards and visas now paying the taxes will all right. Maybe dax the pens but his is the thing i our daughter <hes> that's immigrants who use or are expected to write. How do you determine if someone is expected to. What are the parameters out. Will you let like the tight. That's going to be on welfare affair. So no visa for you correct. The new rule is called public charge move trump and his followers in the white house have been adamant about implementing the the guy laroche said to be published in the federal register on wednesday now and now it's funny because i think this is the same do who cousy nelio whatever they asked him. He's the acting director u._s. Citizenship <hes> immigrant services actually trump's in everybody be acting in that. I'll be everybody's everybody's titled the acting department of justice because one you're not going to be that long to y- he does a higher actual professional so you just acting like it but <hes> yeah <hes> ah he said something about like we should change the statute of liberty slogan from like ramey. Oh tired your poor your huddled. Oh mask or whatever it's like that can stand on t._v. Now like you as a statue live. He's like well. We're not gonna change yet. I'm like yen you because you're just is changing what what it means which is what they do. <hes> lastly charles department of justice here shocking report on growing terror threat from white supremacist. This is how it up for real so you saying is white supremacists terrorism happening and donald trump wants talk about it must be trump's <hes> yeah apparently we have had a race based of incident dissident tariffs on american soil that wasn't by white man targeting brown people yeah the report shows twenty five forty suspects in thirty two domestic terrorism incidents where identified as white supremacists. The twenty five suspect that white supremacist uh space. We're all raise base. Incidents while others were being anti government extremists and single issue extremists new session. New session is what i like to say. Gosh us okay. Let me add that session real quick and pauses recording. Oh man well yeah. We got cut off going section. My bag is didn't look at the time in the live chat but for everyone listening later it didn't wasn't that much of an interruption was deemed affect your life <hes> but yeah people doing all this shit is white. People and trump is trying to hide his department of justice is trying to hide this even though it was very obvious and it's almost as if they're white supremacists themselves they would like to understate the threat white supremacy which is america's because default until delete <hes>. Maybe it's just me. Maybe i'm cuban <hes> all right. Let's get to some actual white people news from nice white people news you guys <hes> nice for is white. People news and i really nice news but it's nice. It's why people news. I forgot yesterday during my passion ashen defensive tapes. I forgot to read our comments on how they did. I'm not read read the comments what she said so our starwood that article taylor swift speaks. I have felt being cancel made her feel following twenty sixteen dashing asheville few she says <hes> the mass public shaming with millions of people saying you are quote unquote cancelled is a very isolating experience <hes> yeah when i shared his people like was he wasn't canceled i say did you read articles. She said quote unquote meaning. I know i wasn't wasn't canceled but when people call you that this is what happens taylor doesn't believe people actually grass and repercussions behind that time. I don't think there are that many people who can actually understand what it's like. I have millions of people hate you very loudly. Millions november's person does not will you say someone has cancelled his t._v. Show human being you're sending mass amounts of message into this person. Listen either shut up disappear or could also be perceived as kill yourself well. I've seen kill yourself before like i say one. Dragon is another partner regiment my own. Somebody like it's like. How dare they do that when somebody don't like he also they'll be h however research terminals around her is with us that use what she does well to counteract negatively in writing. I realize i need to restructure my life because i felt completely out of control. I knew immediately. I needed to make music about it because i knew it was the only way i could survive it. It was the only way i can persevere severe up reserve. My mental health also tell the story of what is like going through humiliating these days seemingly at peace and even thankful for what vogue scribes a great cancellation the two thousand sixteen. She said we going through lahser embarrassment or shame agreement process with so many micro emotions in a day. Sometimes i felt like all these things taught me something. I never could have learned in a way that didn't hurt us much five minutes later. I feel like that was horrible. Why did they have to happen. And what am i supposed to take from this other than mass amounts of humiliation and and then five minutes later. I think i think might be happier than i've been taylor told the publication. It's so strange trying to be self. Aware when you've been cat cast is this always smiling always happy happy america's sweetheart thing and then having that taken away. I realized that it actually is a great thing that has been taken away because that's extremely limiting. She concludes where we're not going to go straight to gratitude with the ever but we're going to find positive aspects to were never going to write a thank you know so that was our feelings on being canceled and you know the other thing. I forgot to mention yesterday to about it. It's so surprising not surprising. I guess actually predictable but it's kind of pathetic people talks doc shit and harass these folks online and then when the person comes out and they're like yeah. I feel like a piece of shit. They're like oh. You sound like i really like that's switch are warming result of going. After what do you think the harassment is about. It's about making them feel way and then that's how you can noted. Elderly people be faking their impasse. They're not really impasse here yeah but you want people to feel bad and then you have no sympathy for them feeling bad even though <hes> you claim to have all this emotional intelligence. It's so ridiculous. Andy dick says he was attacked outside of new orleans nightclub. That's not two thousand one call comedian. Andy dick was sucker punched by man at the performing over the weekend and a new orleans nightclub leaving him conscious for fifteen minutes. Dam was end. Eli call it a weekend <hes> and as i am you is called the tuesday dick fifty three attack early saturday by anelle yeah no suspect at their performance at one odd jack nightclub where he met fans outside the show to take pictures and mingle controversial comedian musician was then sucker punched to the ground now noggin his head on a motorcycle and payment as he fail according to the guitar singer pairs dealing who performed in the club at the club in french quarter would dig the assault phil dick left dick knocked out one hundred percent for fifteen minutes for rush by analysts to a hospital where he was put in intensive care unit for possible brain bleed damn now yeah yo i know might sound stupid but i found out i was really what happens to a concussion your whole brain. He shows go. Oh my nigga like you don't know what the fuck is going to fake jesus. Some shows are a little wider promoter. Robert cougville leon said every so different this show was mostly storytelling didn't affect anyone. I'm honestly stumped flabbergasted mayor. Somebody just was like a next time. I'll see andy dick right. <hes> another man chase digs attack but he managed to get away a chameleon said <hes> the police told the outlet that detectives investigating the possible assault involving the him at the report was filed on monday. <hes> oppose appeared another nearby being on saturday but cancelled to perform at the south. I don't think he had a choice. He later made a brief appearance in a decorated wheelchair at an art gallery in new orleans late sunday but decided against performance saying he just wanted to show up for the fans. Damn dig who appeared a._b._c.'s newsradio. Well we know that <hes> <hes> yeah. He avoided jail time earlier this year by cutting a plea deal with prosecutors after being accused of groping woman's but i am made lewd comments on los angeles sidewalk at twenty eighteen yeah he was wanted people that when when makoto metoo moon started i was like oh he definitely a gal. You can't have said that was like his whole gimme was. He's a wild card. You grab your dick okay. I hi desert unemployable margate twenty twenty seventeen twenty nineteen right so yeah <hes> i guess get-well-soon edam. Let's see what else you got here. Katy perry accused of sexual misconduct at the allegedly exposing the models peanuts during the party. Oh that's not a child matter taytay. Wow this male model. Josh's class has accused katy perry of sexual assault claiming the cigarettes poses peanuts to a crowd of people at a party class who appeared a pair as peres love interest in the two thousand ten two thousand ten teenage dream. The music video road on instagram at perry gave him the cold shoulder in front of others what was super friendly to him when they were alone. She said he said one time she even invited him to a strip club. He turned down by. I clause planes. It was at a friend's birthday party where pay pochot carried out the sexual our johnny wujek birthday party moonlight rollaway when i saw al perry we heard and she was still my crush he wrote on instagram but as i turn to introduce my friend she pulled my sweats and underwear out as far as does she could just show a couple of her guy friends and the crowd around us my penis she added. Can you imagine how pathetic and embarrassed i felt close it. He feels like the metoo who movement only focused on female victims decide to finally speak up about his primer on anniversary of teenage dream. You had to go there. I just say it's like no meghan ever be like our safely out it without being like this somehow. The fact is really the women's fault. Somehow y'all are paying attention like you. Just say it's not like everybody knew this shit like you know you just said there's a ton of other people that are women have had. This shit swept under the rug for decades and stuff. There's also just getting attention. You know it's kind of weird when people try to make it a versus staying. Just come out with your story. Take take down anybody else and and if you're only saying it'd be mandated to women than it then. Everybody's going to question your motives but either way that shouldn't happen to you nope. I just say this now 'cause i coach don't prove manpower perverse but females power just discussing our guy. He's one of those so we're all her good. She's an amazing leader are mainly great empowering anthems and that is it he also spoke about the music video ourselves and despite the video still being used by perry heels only pay six hundred and fifty dollars. Okay me khalifa. I continue to watch her. Use clips harvey's videos for our world tour and the d._v._d. Only highlight and one of her male co stars and it was me. I made around six hundred fifty in total teenage dream. I was lorded over by arrives about not discussing single thing about anything regarding katie publicly and a couple interviews. They added in the answer for me. He added that it was one of the most confusing assaulting doubting belittling jobs i've ever done but yeah. This is the first aisle she's been a little to play with me and last year. She made an american idol contest in in a courtroom when she kissed him without his consent and it was his first kiss. Oh yeah i remember she also alleged the grass shawn mendez but on the carbon permission though he later recanted that allegation asian okay well yeah man <hes> southbound up whatever it is and buddy might be bitter. Maybe he's learned. I used my woman hating like i'm only saying this because i hate women shift but right. If that's your own it's still fucked up even if even if he is awesome agenda shit with it don't no matter she shouldn't have did that. <hes> youtube star accidentally uploads a video of herself hitting dog spitting on and yelling at it youtube star brook trout has been denounced by her followers that she accidentally uploaded concerning video which shows are hitting seemingly spitting on a yelling at her dog so she just uploaded unedited version of a video so she wow so. I wanna often <hes> she doing this. You know like how how many times did it but she just uploaded the right video editing. Nobody knows in clint which will share it on channel two. They ask an investigation instigated by the los angeles police department how subscribers if you're trying to prank her pooch adobe name spinks when the dog excitedly jumped into the frame house grows visibly angry reprimand superman springs by slapping him in the head contains the berate the dog and the clip yelling stop and then shoved to the ground. She didn't appear spit on him. More footage of the incident shows house pushing springs veins and shouting lay down l._a._p._d. Tells people we are aware to incident animal. Cruelty taskforce's received numerous complaints about the video. We're currently looking into the matter the video since removed from china in however it was too late as we was already shared and social media house later shared and edited version is clear but she later moved at the face intense backlash yeah. She's trying to try got a tweet or i guess youtube through it. Oh here's what i meant to put. Oh ma'am the dog abuse. I'll sell frigging this gusty at brook house abuser down for one and affection angered his twitter use a row alongside to clip so doggone audio and video right. I'm not gonna i'm <music>. I'm ready to go get that doberman myself. If it's dog isn't removed from brooke hairs at home house home i'm not even kidding. Animals should never hit a tree in that madison another twitter user <hes> yeah initi- put out an apology thing apology care take care is going to go with no okay. Anything i say is gonna make those believe those who believe i'm a bad person. Stop believing that and i'm aware of this. I apologize to anyone who has been affected negatively by the footage. I'm not gonna play the victim card or anything of that sort right but i do want to point out that i am rarely as upset as what was found in the footage the bubbly happy go lucky brooke that you often see in my videos is typically an accurate representation nation of me but it's obvious that i'm playing up my mood into video when i'm clearly actually restrated so i have gotten this angers. I did in the video now. How should i raise my voice in yo him. No however when my seventy five pound doberman is jumping my face with his mouth open i do as dog parent have to show him that this behavior is unacceptable but i want to make known regardless of what my dog it does. I should not have acted that way towards him. I want to clarify that. I am not a dog abuser or an animal abuser in any way shape or form anyone who has witnessed or her true animal of us will be able to clearly see that my dog in no way shape or form was hurt by any action. I displayed late in this video again. I should not have yelled at him or have been as physically aggressive as i was and i'm fully aware of that. She went on also claim that she has a loving relationship writing. All he wants to do is be by my side cuddle with me and be around me which which i love my love for him is exponential and infinite and i do everything i can't in my day to day life to ensure that he is living happily happily as he can. I'm sorry that my actions in that particular moment did not reflect that and then she also went on to add gimme the chance ed to prove these statements about myself do align with my actions so i guess the case quote. We didn't see what we saw guys every victim people but i never went third. Does a i'm sorry sorry my my animal. She also said he going to get hurt. Dachshund train like that's the problem. Anger the oh man. Let me get my dogs. I'm trying to guide you know how to dav was acting not now known needing shit. Why were they crazy. Man left in the hospital for two weeks with a permanent erection. A man has been germany hospital for two weeks with a permanent erection. Danny polaris put the poll polaris and mariah guys who call who lives in crews berg berlin took vago before night our easily when he went home with a nurse he may. He allowed his friend to inject a stimulant into his penis. It's actually do he to- pink news the felt fine until two days later when he was arrested. Ospital screaming in pain daniel was diagnosed with a proper which if not treated can cause permanent damage to the pain two weeks later though he's still in the hospital has details ordeal on instagram. Danny admitted he has often been crying with fear and pain and his word for the long term implicated stores health. He is now reportedly making progress. He say they want to use the situation to shine a light on taboo subject to prior presumes meanwhile danny's friends instead of a gofundme. We paid for recovery and rehabilitation. What what what could possibly be the charge you to fix that being this yeah. What could you just give me nothin' three having a hard time. He stuck between a rock and a hard place. I mean i don't have to put it got a very hard time for weeks now so you're gonna instagram danny's nervous about shannon story adds rate awareness across the world about this agonizingly painful and sometimes terrifying condition addition. You said he was grateful for every donation he commented is going to go towards my hell. They'll get to give me back my travel back and forth to the u._k. As the doctors and family damn. I wonder if there's anybody out there. That's like oh. That's what i'm talking about. Okay finally finally a man who keep it up. Man has got to be careful. What you wish for how close refrain you gotta be the less my you know. See you inject my pain. His wisdom whistle maghera quick. He didn't so he didn't take the appeal he was like. Nope yeah. Give it to me raw okay i can't i can't wait for the time you take for this field again. This year like cocaine straight into my pain is actually gramlich standing. She models her inclusive swimwear. Swimwear collaboration with swimsuits for all is it really for all of this is to twelve. We're actually graham is plus size model okay. I'll i'll remember her yeah. She's trailblazer. In the plus size modeling industry actually grounds shared a stunning photo on saturday ever so molly her new swimsuit line in collaboration with swimsuits for all okay okay i wouldn't yes. She would actually really be expensive. Hopefully people be nice for all. You'd be like listen. I'm going to stay true ainhoa swimsuit far aw that's nice. Somebody named shit or any of that. I mean literally even if desert swimsuit on somebody that's like plus is there might be people aren't plus is they. Don't look good on like true. Everybody body is individual is different for everyone and they want size fits offer any this shit. That's going to give view the zach. Look that you want like some. That makes like a bigger woman. Look sexiest fuck might make smaller one. I don't like this. We're all unique creatures. You know agreed. The supermodel thing is just such a weird thing because everyone wants to feel included but it's also the entire industry he is based on are saying but these people are the finest people yeah so even if it's not a weight thing is going to be a shape thing. There's not a shape thing is going to be a high thing. It's not the thing is going to be a color. Thing is going to be a hair thing is is gonna be this is the findings example of what we consider to be blank as a man or one yeah because when it comes to swimsuits every woman's like you said your body's are shaped differently so different trims hoops look different body types yeah but it was just weird because because you know the advertising has to be like no est for everyone but it's not really the truth none of this everyone and she is absolutely gorgeous. I love that picture. I love of action ground. She is a baddie. The thirty one year old's latest dry for the ashley groundswell through all features swimsuit for everybody type of the size is twenty four. She made that in twenty four yes. Whatever you somebody size twenty five don't like it. They'll also be somebody at size whatever they just doesn't like the way it's on them and then they'll be like everybody you see it all the time it's like i don't know what the brands catch it both ways they do if they say it's not for. Everybody giving people gave if you say it. Is everybody like not for literally everybody so fuck you know castrate fac- pose on the beach wearing a floor bikini top with tiny yellow string bottoms actually had ours posing on the tree branch as he showed off her talented before the campaign <hes>. That's her a husband. The motto has always been open about the men and more inclusivity and mylan beauty industry. I think there's a lot of improvement. A lot of these beauty brands want young models bottles and that is what they think is going to sell the product but at the end of the day women just wanna see themselves representing the campaign yeah. That's the other thing too. These brands are taking. We're gonna chance and like put an even bigger people out there like making underwear in lingerie and stuff specifically for certain body types that people typically traditionally elite was not traditionally attractive. <hes> i hope people by because if not then you just ask for something you dan awhile and a lot of times they i do because it's the demand for it because like everything goes is the underserved market a lot of times you crossover certain size yeah and i'm not talking about. Just i'm talking about. There's other brands. I've seen do this and i've seen the ads online and i'm like i hope people didn't just ask for that and then get it or see it like they see what they said. They want to and go. Why don't actually want that. You know right which happens all the time. <hes> you know people demand something that they just can't. They're not gonna get because i think deep down with the swimsuit modeling lingerie modelling. There's like a whole like thing of i want to be. The person everyone agrees is <unk> sexy and it's not going to happen or not like people are too fucked up there. There's people that they if they spend all day are actually grounds. Page aged talking about her. Being fat and shit like that you know is going to be worse for other folks so as a result. I really like liz. Oh a lot is because she really really saying that. We like. I think i'm a bad bitch and that's all that matters here. You know what i mean. Would you think yeah not not not seemingly on some performers orb shaped but just also like i think i look good period. I because i mean and that's one of things i think people gravitate to about her. You know and they keep asking her questions around it but she she's like. I'm not a spokesperson. I'm not a body positively. I'm just i think i'm a bad bitch and i really believe there's nothing i can tell me. That's gonna make me feel different so you know like if you wanna call that like a movement cool but it's really just actually feel and i think that's it's a revolutionary loosener thing because there's women that look you know whatever our they look and everyone will be while she can walk in the room that was fine but they don't feel that way inside agree three because that's what society does stripped out of women whereas like you know if you've ever been or we like this person is beautiful. You talked to him and you hear him say she and you're like wow this. There really shouldn't on themselves. You know so anything that makes people feel included sexy audits. Yes it is cool so at least trying. I'm sure that'd be people that think this isn't good enough but not as ever really good enough. No is not react to cairo. Tortoise egos pinkett jail why you know some of them. Don't even try but don't damn. Yes you may history last year. When she joined the famous brute route beauty land revlon's this i cover model when they came to me last year and say hey we want to have you as iran embassador our floors she said at the time listing doesn't have a size consider doesn't have a size i it shouldn't have to be about that. It should be about a woman who understand how to talk about a natural way. Which is why i was so excited reporter partner revlon also why i think it's really cool to see some of these like the makeup artist u._2. Beauty bloggers and stuff because look the fucking industry won't let you in. I love to see people be like talented. I'm gonna make my hallway like i'm not waiting for you to tell me i look good. I know what i'm doing. I do know what i'm doing. I do look good and <hes> y'all. You're gonna recognize that or not you know now. I girl molly always <hes> people come with aid and money and when you don't need meeting a girl miley cyrus broke up her marriage at the less than one year. Oh shit what happened. Hardly his call to quit. They didn't say why they agreed to go separate separate at this time <hes>. That's the youngest him worth right. I think so <hes> i'm assuming youngest uh-huh yeah but it was like they was like super together and married and all this shit and all up on the <hes> twitter during all this stuff and everybody thought they was together <hes> did she put out that that picture with the dirty feet on the couch and said hot girl summer and everybody was cloud to her her initially got divorced and nancy was saying kissing her best friend another woman <hes> in swimming swimsuits land lamb about a pool the laura richie it yeah. I'll remodel really meant that hot girma thing yeah. You got a few more weeks to get it in dan yes. She took out wedding ring <hes> yeah by name. She was out there kissing a friend swimsuit. I think molly has officially officially join hot girl. I know some people was trying to say white girl they. They don't wanna why people in hot girls summer but megan docking didn't say that and i saw the rules dot girl summer and then do it right so <hes> i guess welcome to the welcome to the hot girl summer. I don't know like i don't really they make the seems to be. He invited herself now. She take a picture with this. I i'm really surprised i mean mega mega thing to be making around with. All these different people have somehow. How is her together. I'm gonna be laughing so <hes> yes. Of course she been invited to the cookout. Somebody's gonna bring us she come to d._j. Parwana mufflers. I'm jay mustard. I mean one bring her and yawkey now. You're gonna the hat in my wife name brand to go. Well guess what big. That's what i'm asking for reparations. I stay ahead of the game. Uh play chess you play checkers catcher okay brownie. I won't be rolling up on them. Nikolai blood al nickel reparations time run your white people. Y'all gonna be at home aw man. I had all the white people that's right. I'm secretly going. You have to be present to get your money. Talk enough for you nigga out of it. I'm going to be there by myself. Just collecting artist money from these rich white people are invited to the cookout billy ray. If you really was down i think you give ferrari that a ah la mancha all you'll need an extra sports car been athletic enjoys a family struggling l._a. With his ex wife jennifer garner just ahead is forty seventh birthday. Oh yeah man she took him to rehab and she was the one that was there to pick the pieces up out there after they love looks pretty young thing left him <hes> and he was aiding lizzy shook us. We'll wa she was she was owned. He was dating lizzy shook us for a while and then that didn't work out and now but you know been buying side jan the whole time old time the two time oscar winning filmmaker ben affleck took a stroll with his ex wife jennifer garner and the eldest child violet <hes> violin getting oh man she sprouting right on oh oh they took a family straw their eldest daughter violet it near the pacific palisades neighborhood on saturday the triple frontier action star star turned forty seven forty seven thursday sit down a cool drink as his apprentice clashed a copy of edna o'brien's nineteen sixty novel trilogy the couch country girls. Oh she's a reader. The former daredevil co-stars <unk> who divorce was finalized october fourth. I also amicably raising their ten year old daughter serafina and seven year old son samuel <hes> on friday the forty seven year old golden globe winner posted about a fun summer scavenger hunt her children enjoy with their crafty nanny involving finding paper paper animals little samuel even created a cute control panel next to his so that his famous mother can power him down at night. It's so gnarly be a kid kid. I've never posted pictures of them on instagram jennifer who boasts eight point three million instagram and facebook followers row in in style essay on tuesday. I'll share there are times. My kids were really see themselves. Collected on my social media in a fun way added tension they would get from that but i've fought too hard against it yeah man because you never know fucking weirdos. People are going to be on your comments saying why she did joe kids yeah nothing off limits limits for the savage motherfuckers online no more man like they and they want you to see it's not like it's not like before the social media where like maybe read a article by somebody out of your comments for yourself like now. It's like you're getting go today. Houses like spray painted on the front door with social media right people can't help it man <hes> <hes> an eight literally spray lebrons front door and this kid is going to be living there right being well next for his role as a wealthy jealous murdering husband vic van allen adrienne leans limes <hes> land erotic thriller deep water in november twenty forty nine starlet anna armas has has already signed on to play his philandering wife melinda and the new regency flick audiences can next athlete reprising his role and holden macneil in kevin smith's sequel jay and silent bob reboot hitting u._s. theaters october fitting dan. That's one that's coming up fast. I was real fast. Alongside jason mewes the matt damon the comedy marks the berkeley born cambridge raise act as first collaboration with forty eight year old filmmaker following a decade long estrangement wow they it wasn't cool. Happy day was boys man. I hate to see why people are not getting along. You know like matt damon aiming ben affleck that whole crew jay silent bob. That's what i saw. Make us a shirt logo to k and silent rod okay. I think that'd be cool now. Only known that is because i do all the talk not only did we scored amazes me for the flick. What i also also got my friend back. The independent spirit award winner gus last month the co creator hashtag blunt man chronic and friend of hashtag alabama. Ah plays a crucial role in the reboot and seen as one of the best business involved with last few stand from his big mouth that used to tell too many candid stories sometimes weren't my detail so he was just telling her being business. Shit you know being beatiful guinea invasion man and then jennifer garner found out. Maybe that's what happened. I don't know who knows well. I'm glad to see their friends again man. It's cool when people make up like that. They'll see that enough enough anymore. <hes> i wow this has been a long episodes so no guests to raise guys <hes>. I didn't realize it went to have long just got the talking arena knows to get through this. Why people knew how it is guys just starts flowing next thing you look up to ten minutes mm-hmm mm-hmm all right. Let's see who is in ratchet with source. A woman ditches. Her are crushingly boring office job to become a professional sword swallowing. That's right. It's sore rattener and white people news. He was. I flip this year <music> out that won't do some exciting draw to the dramatic sri performance in the summer of two thousand fourteen while staying with a friend during scotland's famous edinburgh festival fringe range an annual month long arts festival heather burns twenty four decide to our hands at the perilous practice <hes> having moved from glasgow to edinburgh <hes> she gets she gets three performances twice a day for kraus's of sometimes hundreds of people. She took two years teaching her supper. Crafts said i've always been drawn. Danger is the time that i feel most like i'm living. She told her <hes> <hes> there are a lot of risk involved with stores while and if you don't if you get it wrong you can very easily died from stabbing you in size all of which i'm very aware of but that's part of why lives so much working in an office really grammy down i lost faith in the magic of the world that you have is a key when you think everything is possible even get insurance what slowest while another job i hope so like how do you even get health insurance life insurance taken up stores while on which performance i've been doing since the middle before the middle ages ages help bring that magic back interested in drama since childhood heather wanted to become an actor but instead ended up working in sales els and then left school. She said i didn't like the job and the people i work with. Just weren't my people. They weren't interested in the same things as me. I felt like i was wasting time and not really achieving anything with a friend invited her to edinburgh <hes> for a weekend and september of two thousand fourteen heather was fascinated by a weird wonderful entertainment a former everything from comedy to cabaret during the french <hes> yes. She decided to just quit a job and do store slalom for for a living so good luck to her. Okay <hes> try not to kill yourself. I guess with this fucking swallowed around pipe awesome some shit like have you put a sword. I thought you cough. It's too many questions for me. I guess that's it <hes> <hes> we may or may not be back. Tomorrow might just do bosnia tomorrow so i can get an extra day out this week. <hes> you guys who got three long shows <hes> so if your premium. You probably have almost tomorrow for sure if you're not premium. My niagara was tomorrow until next time. I love you.

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That's right start. If we try. Go to P H I, L dot TV slash read and go get your watch on. Now. Let's start the. Standing here. Looking out my window? My nights long, and my days are called down have you? How can I be? So damned Manding. No, you said that it solve a now, but not Cain leg. Oh every day on a pick up the phone entail. You that joy everything I need and more. God. Dammit lack afternoon. I snow. I thought it was a. After. But I guess news senior. I never knew. Only knew the quarries. I'm reading we have out the hand. Missing. You you've been a Cup of fuck through case under my beloved case come on if not had you done fatal pitches in that broken glass. Marie. Now that was my side was got transported back to the school bus. Okay. I just took back. I used to write down lyrics to my favorites off man in his little notebook about color gel. Pans have genius. We did not have to do type it off the radio in this win over the fuck out, man. Bottom tapes and CDs. Hope the leery lyrics was Berkeley. Booklet. The author's book with back the nineties and early two thousand lives. God damn. That's so true shit about that these apps. Got the lyrics built in them. Now, you just right. Click on nightside. Lyrics are just in the app and everything you don't even have to. I don't know how we used to struggle walking back. Another episode of the read guys, I'm event, Nicole Brown. And I am aria stock. I was going to do three. So you know, what we're going to take our time and get there. Okay. Because game of thrones deserves a climactic moments. That's going to be towards the end of hot time. Let's do that. But before we get there. Let's do black excellence. So black excellence this week is one Aaron Philip. You have not heard an Philip is a seventeen years old as well as the first black trans and wheelchair using model signs elite mine, I know, why don't know personally angry. Yes. So. Or somebody else I've seen Aaron on like runways lump it. I don't know. Exact maybe not being shot aditorial for I d magazine. Maybe that's it. I just learned today that she was named teen Vokes twenty one hundred twenty one. Wow. And on her own accord to her own work was able to model for ACO's ATM on you know, I don't that's why I'm still page came in. John Deere that we have has not Aaron's fault or. Yes. Now, you know, she is signed amount of management one of modeling agencies out there, and you simply can't come for her her face brow skin, the dolls being here saying and only nineteen years old at thank right. What according to see. Now, I'm reading Mr.. Go off another list. I'll never be on. She said I freelance for year, and I was doing jobs by myself and trying to navigate a career on my own while in junior high school junior year in high school, sometimes I'd have to coordinate photo shoots myself or with people around me and find people to assist me or help onset. I mean, the doll had a team then like PA's career during you know, my junior year in high school. It was a lot of back and forth. Wow. Does congratulations. They're still a great lack of his ability and attention towards people with disabilities in fashion. She says as of right now, I'm one of two physically disabled models in the entire industry next to Jillian Marcado who who also just learned today. It shouldn't be the responsibility of anyone who is marginalized to amplify their voice when there are so many voices that can amplify for them. She adds, but it's just the way of getting to where you need to be. So I'll do it. And hopefully, I'll do do it. So that other girls in my position don't have to they can just live and do their jobs. And Amen, I say, so let's beautiful shot Aaron fill in. I mean, simply look at the photos. You just can't. I mean, I mean girls, please like girl. Okay. Go off. Yes. And also just a quick arrest and John singleton. Oh, man. Really? That's like me. Just totally a bag only fifty one years old man fifty one and so many John singleton movies. I was never allowed to watch. And you know, snuck in watch app same on the bus and stuff. Unlike long band trips definitely was sneaking into my daddy's a mostly cassettes, but you know, towards teenage got into DVD's and things and had like a place in a roomy kept all of his movies and stuff. I always got home. I so most of Johnson's films or me at home alone making to my parents pulling out all of the boys in the hood living because I had no business and watching them their son enforce baby. Boy, a classic conic phone. So many of our faves have worked with John singleton for so long for him to be the first black director nominated for like best director and all that like he was such a trail blazer and it just liquor, Sean. Right. It's like a John singleton move. I'll wait we so it just looks like we have we have really lost a pioneer, and and someone who will be remembered as legendary what I'm I'm taking out of situations like this, and even like, nipsy hustle, passing and things like that in my my elder becoming grandmother, willow, applying these I signed the cracks very that is that you know, you when you leave a Mark you never really go anywhere GIO because there are so many people that are inspired by folk like John singleton that will kind of follow in his footsteps and away and we'll obviously site in as. As a person of inspiration and things like that. So when you know, the up in common girls are out here making blockbuster smashes things like that. And they like isn't helming. Yeah. But it was just sad. Like damn man, a stroke. I think from from hypertension, which is just you see how this country stresses out black people so fucking bed that we end up having strokes shit in our early fucking fifties. Meanwhile, fifty white people be like, well, I'm just beginning. Hot yoga teenager. You know, like they got they got all kinds of shit to look forward to. But. Yeah, it's just a sad situation. Rest in peace missing lagoon. Okay. So this week in our segment hot tops. Actually, it's called bottoms of the Caribbean dead tops chest. Of the Caribbean is a reality show that I need very bad. I wanted. You need to be executive producing it. I don't even. Absolutely work in the shadows. But you know, we'll the. Ali out do. So let's do a quick real housewives round up an hour away. Che are HOA a row Aroha, bro. High around, okay. The law round up. So. Eva Marciel pig. Furred is pregnant again. Okay. Her and her her husband, Michael sterling, do you ever enter politics? I think he ran in lost. So her Michael sterling are expecting another baby she's pregnant again, they just just had a boy say didn't even like literally maybe a couple of months ago at the most give birth. I think that their son like just turned one. Okay. Be last month this month. Okay. Dan will be having these babies back to bed. I guess you want my coach you have a break for two three years. Like, yeah. It's not, you know, it's not for me. But I understand I guess wanting your kids the girl up together being like, look, we need to do it now before we to run around behind these negatives. But yeah, so he was thirty four. So not as old as I would've thought. So not you know, what whatever them to people wanna do with your tone. Go for it. I'm not saying there's a wrong with it. I'm just saying like not after putting right after putting up with you know, like enduring suggest station of this child for most of the year. I would be very much like your sperm need to stay the fuck away from me. Let me tell you. What's gonna come up in because marijuana roller coasters, whatever leave me alone, China, Scott? I'm trying to play football. I do not have time. Right. But you're fucking fetus. But some of the other girls are like I've always wanted six kids. And you know, what I have no time to waste. So let's get it done. Let's do this. Let's do this. Let's do this. Not. It's not for me. She has another girl. Right. I do remember that girl probably valley probably like five or six. Okay. Well, good for her. So this'll be our third. We'll congratulations to you girl. You're still gorgeous. She's the one that just had a baby Porsche like. Porsches baby is like brand Bank can still taste the uterus. Her baby is like brand you come around nigger light smell placenta. Yeah. Somebody here smell fresh. This is what they call fresh air. We'll get. On the other side. Things Cynthia Bailey is hinting that she might be getting married to her boyfriend of two years. Mike hill. He's a sports person. Was talking about on the show is that the same one. When it washed he used to talk to my friend. And I think no, no, no. That was the other. That was the last season okay thousand glasses that kinda looked like he might be a serial killer on okay? Okay. Right. Whoever you know, he was like, oh, he's super fine. And then you find out he's a real Tyler Perry character. But in like every either came with the tea in Cynthia was like, yes. Okay. So same Nick. Okay. This is somebody else been she's been dating this guy. Mike hill sportscaster for about two years. So she was at a wedding boutique or gallon place form. I live. Called formerly yours which. Right. The name. Formally yours to me when I think that I think like all you Stu, oh like previous formerly thinking, formerly. But like. Yeah. No. It sounds like a canes in year. Shop to me sounds like it's for teenage girls girls in their early twenties. But maybe not it could be high end bridal. No, maybe was simply daughter's name Noel, maybe no was like this is where all of my friends from high school. Dalliance like the the best our best life in DC. I love me some Noel. How's your mama simply ability and your daddy's Leon what am I? Fine. As is your mother. Probably so sick of people telling her half on her parents. Okay. I get it. You know, they're all wild older than her wild. Right. Yes. So yes, she was at this this dress place in the store itself posted a photo of Cindy mayor with the caption says when you're week starts off with the best at her and said, we love you. And then she sent the posted on her insta- story pictures of the dress in the store with a caption over. This is so many dresses so little time and she tags Mike hill and formally yours in the thing. So it looks like she's teasing that there might be some wedding plan in the air. And you know, what Cynthia missing kind of luxury, but at the same time, I'm happy for you that you were happy not unattractive not unattractive. Just you know, like. Just droopy just adorable in like droopy way. Okay. Look cute. Oh. Ooh. You did that live, right? Going to hear that that was. So Google images isn't always nice to people. And you know, that's true. And you know, I don't say say about pussy. I don't truly care, but I don't trust in that these reality TV girls say in between seasons because it always feels like a set up for their next story lawn. Unfortunately, right. It's like Lula can't trust nothing money off. Sometimes you might just be living your life. And then got me thinking. Oh, yeah. Grew. Put it to a song you lie. Bravo, any when I hear it. I'm just like two years. Cimpian light. I don't know. I'm still under the understanding whatever I've always felt like two years, and and less to be like, I'm getting married. I've always been like. Why you know, I don't feel like fifty two though Pharisees. Pharisees. And I definitely considered that. And also, you know, I guess for some people when you know, you just no I don't think that like, I'm right? I'm just saying, I'm judging by my favorite hours to be like, you know, maybe year three weaken start discussing, you know. Oh, I guess you ain't going nowhere. So. What's now living in my house? So what we do. Right alleyway. Maybe here. Forestry talk it out daily. Try living together five we're like. Think about. Six maybe wearing. Hey, I keep thinking if I was is age would grown daughter. I would not be trying to get married. I will be trying to fucking kick. It why legally attach myself to some negative this point win. I mean, it's not like I feel like most people get married. So they have a solid foundation. Our household for raising kids are having a family, and at that in at you know, fifty something I just don't see the well. I don't see the need right now. So don't take. Opinion. Fuck like, why not just pull a Oprah? Instead, man. That's what I don't get. I don't get the signing on the data line. But, you know, different strokes for different, folks. Invest just the bottom line. Our opinion is just that. It's our is a lot of people simply just want to be married to person that they're in love when I think that's beautiful and there's nothing wrong with them. I'm just like, you know after two years for me. I've always considered like do I know you well enough to want to spend the rest of my life with you. But I also thought about it on like one person academic one person for two years in that doesn't work out. And I date a completely different person for two years. Maybe difference towns like true, I could feel a lot closer in a lot more like I could spend forever with one person after two years in X or something like that. So, you know, maybe you just never met a nigga to wanted to be with for that. Hey, sometimes coming your life. And you're like, oh, this can happen. Like, you can actually make make me want to like then to this contractual agreement. If you want to love. It can happen. Foreign to me, but I'm happy for the rest of you go for Cynthia if this is true, which you know, if not then I need to see a hashtag FTC hashtag at girl. You know, better that you got to disclose it's a legal. You have to girl you must you have to you know, I like Cynthia. So I hope that everything is working out for just don't fuck around on like uncle bandied hater was just reckless witted and on-campus PD's is saying all kinds of wild stuff and just being in stuffy didn't need to be hand people. She L is a but yes, remember when they went back to Jamaica. Like what? She said it just like that. Which is did. She said he's done worse. Do you? Remember that movie that can you do I do I remember that fake movie? What was it called toil on my haters? I Don gone with twirl twirled away twelve with wind gone with winds were little. Right. What go on? She looking dispensaries. Anyway, mini-league sparingly since Porsche Williams season desists after their. After their. I message brawl went public. Oh, my, you know, the one we discussed on the show where Porsche posted those tax that she got from Meany where she was calling her all kinds of fat and believes college her cat or some other bovine creature like six days after she pushed a person ever coochie reminded knees. Just because you grandma, you don't remember what it was like to get tell me you get to come for me bitch. Like, the fact that name even does she have a look at this. I am arguing with a little girl like comparatively speaking. I am arguing with little girl. No because no shit. I think the ne-near things she's logo. Oh, no. I mean and judging by them, we think you're right. I think that Meany in her money in like access at the moment being a celebrity is sort of living the fantasy that she wanted to live when she was probably twenty you know. And so now she's like living in this. You know, I'm just a Regina George s type of girl and people are trying to say to her like, no says, you're fifty. And she's like doing this whole bunch of me that reunion. I watched like bits and pieces of this last season. But I watched each and every piece, of course. And like the stuff that they were saying to her. It was just so typical median how she deals with things which is child. So. A black Kris Jenner, but I guess after. Porsche posted those I message screen shots on her Instagram Meaney had her people send over a season, which honestly she probably just forced Greg too tight a season desist for what though like I don't don't post almost grey shots via text message. Here's a Porsche told people magazine, she said that whole Instagram back and forth as she started. With me. She ended up sending me a cease and desist cease deceased says so she wants she said me a cease and desist. At that point. I was I was like, you know, what this is just a shoreside the Ashby done with this relationship. So I'll over I'm con concentrating on my baby girl, you and people who love and support me at this moment. I really can't stand Jew because that is exactly what she sent. You know, it is. It is. No, you didn't. That's literally. But yes desist. Sounds like what name he probably went online Google season. Desist. Georgia'll absolutely printed off the first form, she sewing. That wasn't. No, I don't remember. The big grown and change. All of these words the portion, right? I really doubt any use a lawyer to do all that especially because I just don't see synthesis with what exactly how a portion of the difference. And right like again, the smells like a story line. Like you have to keep this going with Porsche. Because the point is just escaping me. Oh the fuck care like half season. They're going to be going to branch again retained. Long live friends forever. Anyway, this all the candy and Porsche are fake owner. It's like they not like openly sniping at each other. No, more, right? The digs are a little bit more subtle. Okay. When it was just out out shade. When they you know about candy. I probably would not be able to control myself everytime. She talking I'd be like somebody run that back through child. Somebody ask somebody else and you look at candy versus facing see her fighting. Most of candy statements on that are actually facial expressions in networks. Sure. So so all right. Who even God bless all of the women of of of raw? And we'll see you guys next season when failure and Kenya are are are. Bound to return. That's what I wanna see. I'm sorry. I do I wanna see favoring candy at this point. I do I really do. So. Man could not to wait not man. Excess been what was his name Apollo Apollo Apollo. He's supposed to get out soon in the next few. I haven't been following traits state. I don't know day. I feel like I've seen like a couple of stories Papa bracingly of of him and his new life skins girlfriend right or why not get married in jail. I remember, I remember fiancee's. I don't know if they actually did get married that other girl. Yeah. I believe she's been spent he's coming out at you know, Andy is gonna have Apollo film. You know, it, you know, anti gun. He got to don't let me on this show when Apollo get out there waiting for him to get out Paolo going write a book and self published it like that girl did be like this braille team favors because everybody around you to go to jail except us like bitchy was slicking. Exactly the right way. You. Slicking exactly right way. Fifty cent needs to leave here, Marie alone. And make this power toke. Got the whole a whole power as real story story right there reponse while you coming to hear Marie who don't gush it. Shit and they don't have to bitch guys E. So. Here's why Bobby Brown wants to beat up. Chris rock. Chris rock posted. Apparently this Winnie. Houston me went viral. Did you see now? I sure didn't. So it's Whitney sitting in this interview Graham, God, I missed this woman. Look this hair. These glasses shoulder hasn't attitude. Oh, there's nothing wrong with that mean a lot of people use that. Right. It says me sitting in a meeting could have been in Email which same. Hong call that could have been Email had all that shit. Like, you could have just fire. You gotta looked at a later. But all right. So Chris rock posted this same on his Instagram, and he put a caption on hurry up. I got cracked smokes. Oh, fuck which obviously a lot of the problem. Hubby Brown responded to on in scramble. I shouldn't be surprised king Bobby Brown rice when I see you on site. I am going to smack every two out of your mouth. Okay. Alrighty. I thought she was a friend to my family. But when I see you I'm a bust your ass during this time of women empowerment, you chose to use your time to try and humiliate our Queen. I thought she was a friend of the family. He corrected said before without deleting it go. I think he wanted the I'm a bus ride as part to stay. Fuck it to see you know, what I kinda liked it. But that's why you'd better defend Whitney's on her even in their. Here's the thing. I kinda feel like this joke. This hurry up. I got cracked smoke thing. Lanc? I wouldn't write a think piece about it. But at the same time, it just feels like if sundown ingwer joke. This would this would be an example of it. Okay. Like, it just feels like Chris rock is is is not realizing that it's twenty nineteen waiting. Houston is to. Ed. Era was sort of like those like nobody has successfully landed a Whitney Houston crack joke in my opinion. Like mad TV, so leave it alone. I don't even and she's dead. So I get why this has offended a number. I don't feel like writing an essay about it. But yeah, I mean, I don't think that her baby. Daddy slash ex husband would be upset your one hundred percent. And I mean Bobbi Kristina has gone to. So he probably just extra sensitive. Roll subject. I mean, I would do. I'm not like super fended by the joke. But I'm just kind of like open Houston Craig job. I'm not what he's nice leg. Chris rock is to funny for this as lazy and boring. Right. That is just is so wag it is not reflective other type of comedian that I know he can be. So that is just really my opinion on it. It's nothing running pissed. I'm like really all got Chris rock doesn't have used to have me crew Ryan laughing scream in. Okay. His HBO specials shit that one gag about a one legged busboy who wouldn't try play premier whatever nigga high quality comedy. But absolutely agree raggedy, and and whack on. I agree. We've heard SoHo born, but of course, Bobby Brown reacted because you know, limit is love to react after too late next to protect to arrive where you when it's too late. Wave wave. So Wendy Williams, officially feeling heard Herbie? Rumor has it that her soon to be ex Kevin hunter called the Popo when Wendy showed up with some moving people to come and get her shit. At of their Livingston, New Jersey home. Yes, seems that she pulled up to the location and Kevin promptly called the authorities demanding for items to be left alone. Here. What did you pay for? I'm I would love to in this whole old. Girl. A man of I want to dig this house up from under the oil lifted up and take it with me do that. That is what I will. Do you know who owns every square inch of this property is me, you know, who what money purchased all of this Wendy Williams money. That's right. Nobody gives a fuck about what you bought and your entire salary came from me. So I purchased it all, but when you marry somebody, and you don't have a pre NUP this type before. That fifty fifty equal share bullshit, whatever the fuck, I guess it depends on where they were married or where they I saw a split down the middle argument about Jesse Williams his ex early x earlier today. And I read about that story. And I'm just like girl all I could tell you is. I have no opinion about this. This is none of my business and divorce. Sounds like good. Oh, that's only opinion, especially no pre-nup. And I get it. You know, I feel like Jesse Williams married that girl back before he was really popping as an actor. And all that. So it's like, you know, I guess when the both VR broke it. I no reason to get a pre-nup. There's just some when you get to this point though, there are so many like he won't do that again complications. Do that again lessons. But there are so many. We got to this point. It becomes so many different things become split down the middle. Like all of the things this person sacrifice. But then it becomes like is that amount enough or is that reasonable, and blah, blah, blah. And so there's I don't really feel like there's a fair assessment. Besides like, they're this ain't none of my business. But with windy, and this nigga, particularly right being that, I've known who ends Williams was since I like paid attention to the media, and we've all kind of been privy to this whole thing with Kevin. And this side check and the baby and Wendy like trying to act like nothing was going on as it was in prob. And then all of a sudden fallen out on TV being in a sober home in all of this like one can only imagine that you really been dragging this woman through the shade trying to act like, oh, well now we're going to start this nonprofit for for people who are going through get show shave and get her Shing beat. Beating right. Okay. Bite the fucking done. And the fact that Wendy showed up with a truck like, you know, what you stay. I will go me. And my things will leave you to style. It. No that's obsessed. Let's you. You ought to do the open those Mariah Carey. Anyways. So apparently, a friend of Wendy's came over to try and mediate things, unfortunately, I'm reading here that their son also kind of in the mid leverage media. Media things. I mean, the sons I I think probably pretty older this probably teenager. Okay. I'm not sure. But he's he's a young adult. I mean, but yes, still what's in thirty year old me would be weeping in the middle of the street. So. I'm just saying. But apparently after a while they mutually agreed four Wendy to get her clothes some bedroom furniture things, and I think some art or some paintings. And then they agreed that the remaining furniture would be inventory valued layer, which is like, it should just be my like, I don't know. See we see how just ask twenty minutes ago. Why you get married like this is just coming right back to that. As far as I'm concerned. But you know, what Wendy get the snicker gum? Yeah. Getting much life. That's what I mean. And stack the rest of these chips with you and your kid and say and flex on it and give it alimony payments. Who? Fuck about Cameron. Stroke there, the snicker. That's true. Just like we didn't give a fuck about that Nagel. No marriage. I bleed we'd noggin fuck about whoever's Wendy Williams, Serb eleven don't matter, sir. Mr. About we don't give a damn. I mean, anyways, even though she did just pissed me off the day. She still went into always she's still on the shell talk shit about people. He said something about she said something I just saw this on the clip just browsing YouTube high issues talking about Joe Judah skip possibly getting deported. I guess he's dealing with is he's the talian Italian Italian straight over from the boat. And I guess he's dealing with ice in there, possibly deporting or whatever. And Wendy's like, Wendy, basically was like I hope he gets voided, and Theresa, you know, we see Theresa date, and I have watched the real housewives of New Jersey in in a while. But I have also haven't heard anything about Teresa leaving her husband or wanting to leave. Her has been y'all film in just felt it was kind of like couldn't I tag team their prison sentences. Like he went like one, I think she went in I met him. But because they definitely needed them separate. Went one of the kids. Right, right. All ours. Is kind of like that's kinda fucked up to be like, I hope that this gets deported in his leads kids minds. Right. I I wouldn't say I hope he gets the ported, especially, you know, for something stupid as I wanna watch. This woman date on reality TV that is dumb. But I don't have no problem with white immigrants in the fuck outta here after they commit crimes because you know, good damn well, if he was Haitian or Dominican or anything nigger is they would booted his ass, you even served a sentence would've been like, you know, what just go home. You don't even we're not even going to imprison. You just go home. We're going to beat you. And then. If the if the how you say name giant giant, deuce if the dice family have to move to Italy, then oil you just have to move to Italy. And Italy looks beautiful. I've never been I've always wanted to live. Nice got like good olives. Over a heard the pasta is good as well is beautiful. Fine. By to fashion. Y'all eat, you know, any place where people openly carbs for me. So. And where they doing is. You're not. They're not shy about it at every meal. Big asthma gets all him. Not looking great for every month. Oh my God. And they got could not believe this with. Have you read the latest snow? I saw the headline said bitch, I'm done. So last week briefly spoke about this child. Britney Taylor from eleven hip, hop, New York looks all of twelve and how she alleges that she was punched in the face by Remond who is thirty eight. I think at Irving plaza over bad happens at Arvin clause. What the girl? Stop letting Zine. Absolutely. I'm surprised. So you know, they said Britney says that she was trying to help Ramey's daughter not the airline, but her stab Dr baby. Trying to help Burmese daughter after she was attacked are being abused by someone again Miami. And then she claims that Remmy told her that's not what she heard for punching her in the eye. She has the swollen black-eyed approve it. And has since been guess planning to sue her. So earlier today, it was parted that reme- turned herself into thirties. And the posted a fifteen hundred dollars bail danso this girl's pressing charges. Oh, yeah. Well, so not looking great. Oh, absolutely. I think probation or parole was up in August. Well, fuck so she was like, right. All you had to do is kick remnant all uses kick. It says. So here's my giving. Her lawyer, Don Florio said Remmy was home with her husband's nursing her four-month-old child. I'm reading this from page six and it also says that the lawyer said it happened in addressing room where the defendant had no reason to be there. The complainant is a liar. My client did not touch her. But way, it happened in addressing well. Well, then who right? So then who hit homes because you not just happened. But you're saying Romy didn't do it. If you're going for the story that Remmy didn't push this girl in the face at all. God bless everybody. Because she clearly saw unless this girl has like, you know, that way and harmed herself by which she do that in blaming some happiness girls. I there's the shiner. So I don't know. I mean does she have like a DNA test the like flakes Romy skin due regard? But I mean when you talk about how not too long ago, you shot a check over some money, right? The thing is it's very believable. That you punch this girl in that extremely belivel- believable. So, but also if it just comes down to her word versus her word in there is no actual evidence. Then I don't know how far this will go either. I mean at home. I I really don't know. Which is I I guess that's why they're trying to go with all. Well, it never happened. I mean, I don't know what the bitch was punched. But wasn't under my business. I don't know girl. I don't know. I really wanna know what what the story they have an address room. There have to be witnesses. Right. Was it just the two of them back there? No. I'm sure there are witnesses. But if it happened in Remi's dressing room, then nobody's going nobody invaders. So I have a feeling this is going to be settled out of court. Just check will be written in that'll be that. But I don't know if if her if this Brittany Taylor girls desire to to get some sort of a financial come up from this or are or even get medical expenses taken care of. I don't know if that's gonna be hit, you know, like adult once you've she has to go back to court on may twenty fourth about this, right? Yes. Not in like violation of parole. Sorted thing. No. I think it's for that. Fuck God damn. But so wait can she can she like be can can her parole. Be revoked over a rumor over an allegation. Girl. Don't sound right. Either says here since the April catfight Ma. And. Ma has had to check in with her parole officer every Dorthy instead of every month. Where an ankle bracelet and keep to an eight pm curfew. So they've already been lying clink Lincoln. Over the discussion of it. Well, you know, and maybe the fact that she has been complying with that like she has kind of voluntarily decided to start segregating herself more from the population. Maybe that will be good enough. I just don't see her Perot being revoked her going back to prison if the charges end up draw if she does end up if it does come out like, okay, I do push vision the phase, and I'm just ever so sorry, I hope that they like. I hope she doesn't end up having back to prison saying, especially because I've seen a lot of people saying well bid, you should have known better, and etc. Etc. And I understand that. But at the same time, if I'm looking again back just what this child Brittany Taylor is saying, right? And that's obviously her side of the story. Their kid is involved. Ramey's daughter is in involved in this, right and. Yawning is I'll go back to jail. I don't I don't give over far less the same circumstances. So I just what I'm saying is no she shouldn't Oprah hands on her or anybody else or whatever especially bike going through the the situation that she did like she served time done this. But at the same time, she's human, and I think that I could just sort of I don't have kids or know that I want and I still think that I can understand wanting to punch a bitch in the face. If my kid was harmed, and you had anything to do with that. I can absolutely understand wanting to do that. I just can't understand actually doing it. When you've already been the prison, and you have a newborn hair. That's what I don't. That's where I'm having trouble. It just seems like I'm gonna have to Joel's a my daughters. If I go back to jail behind this fish, these bitches are not worth it. That's what they all deserve to get. They asked what? Yes, these bitches be desire to get. They asked what physical Arctic Asians happen sometimes, and they have that is not worth it. I know that they're not worth it. But sometime. You don't see them coming lotta times fights happen. And it's not as after the five. It's like, I really just kicked this bitch ass like I didn't know what I mean. I just want to hear more more from it. If this was I mean that was like premeditated. And she knew the girl was there and asked her to come to the dressing room to punch in the. Then it's like, okay, girl. But if this girl showed up after you don't heard blank blank blank, and you lost your tamper. Like, there's I there's only so much finger-wagging. I think I have for that given the circumstances. If it was like, oh, you say you call my daughter a ho then I'll be like. Ramey girl. Get over you grown. Right. I mean, I totally understand where you coming from. It's issues like you are the one who's gonna have to leave job true. If you're Perot is revoked so you are the one who has to decide whether you gonna let bitches take you there. I'm sure because people will push your buttons knowing that you won't Royal Ryan. We said that and it's a fine fucking line. It's just at some point. You gotta learn to walk the fuck away you just have to. But again, I don't know that Remm even actually hit this girl. So I guess we'll see. Speaking of arrest, the millennium tour is look real offered. Damn apparently, a raspberry was recently arrested for domestic assault apparently. Domestic slow by strangulation of his girlfriend. Pantley cops in the Hennepin county jail is the header Minneapolis. They must have been about to perform got photos of injuries as evidence Razzie is being held without bail and be to Shelton night. So fuck that. Bump bump up here. I know bump bump bump yo ass further on into that sale. But that's the only place you going. I somebody tweeted me today and was like I'm listening to an episode of the show from March in Yalta told people if they bought him be to K tickets to get the insurance because something happen and right here like just recommended it tells you, hey, girl. Hey ticket insurance because he's and you never know. Here we go I have zero compassion for negative who put they hands on girlfriends or girls who put they hands on whoever. I don't have any compassion for domestic violence offenders. So right. I do believe that raspberries got some demons that he needs to work out. But I also show responsibility. SEO it is and it's not fair, but it's your responsibility to take care of your shit without hurting the Stockhom or we gotta promo code over here. You know, they giving the girls all kinds of discounts. What I'd like whatever got. The help you need, but you have to figure nigga taking their trauma out on the women that are closest to hold him down. And don't do the only people who will tolerate tolerates is just. Only so much. I don't know. Sorry for all of you who were looking forward to wearing your jersey dresses in yo y'all Tim meals, whatever the fuck out. Minus razz raspberry. I think it'd be fine. We're has which one is raspberry, not the others. Not Omar on not phased who. Book was the fine. Okay. Okay, raspberry. I don't I can't picture him there. 'cause I was definitely thinking low phase. Okay. Well, you just go. Honestly who rushed to get these tickets to see beats UK your faith like percent Johnny's looking at the numbers Fave is probably still going on is mary-anne. And and little phase out there, you probably good, right? Well, no J J book kit, the Clinton on my growing is. He's still young. Okay. Well, then you know, what it don't even down because it just because this nigga is fucking domain. The rest y'all got him settlement check. I'm just saying. I wouldn't can't shit. I would have my s right there bump bump up. Stay okay. All the same like look. That ain't none. I'm looking. He up here because we in cancelling. No. Squint and imagine playing videos upon the on the screen. He's up in the. Just pitch. It. 'cause I'm still getting my money. Last. But not a wait. No. I think that's is that it are we ready to the stuff okay for the throne. So before we're going through the thrones. I just wanna breeze through endgame row clerk, avengers. Okay. Which I'm assuming you do not want. You know, I didn't I got three hours from though superhero movie first of all. The all still bringing your kids to the movies. It's okay. I understand. This is a moment. We've all been waiting for. I bought a ticket over at the IP to watch it. I had to get like a noon ticket on Friday because that's what was left, so that's suppose less and there were two babies one of them has to be like one, and he was all dressed African garb with his son, mama, whoever just the cutest thing and the one again, I'm assuming it was maybe one might have been a couple of months quiet as a mouse, they fed in soon as I sat down he was awake. But relatively quiet by the middle of the first act. This nigga was knocked he woke up probably around the last half hour 'cause niggers got excited over some things that happen. So it's the end hollered a bit. But most of that was drowned out by everyone else's screaming which really caused him scream. He was frightened. Literally me at the movies other than that might make. It was quiet. There was another kid in the Royal though that was maybe like he he might have been closer to four. No he came to play. He would not be crying by just full line hollering in certain parts. But somehow the Lord blessed me, and it didn't really pull me out of the movies. That's good. Didn't pull me out of the experience. It didn't ruin it. Too much for me. And honestly, I was like nigga I'm not even the one you have to worry about. 'cause there was part store the very beginning of the movie where like everybody busted out laughing over a clear joke in the film and someone up in the front of the film was in the theater was like. And the black girl right because we laugh at a joke, right and the girl right black right next to me was like people already. She her next. I don't give a fuck by a laugh. I don't give a serious fuck him. And that was like, I just gotta watch them. I just came to turn the fucker great movie beautiful tribute to an era. Spoilers. Honestly, if you haven't seen it by now, I don't know what has happened or how it hasn't been spoiled for you yet. But spoiler alert. So I don't know if I said it on the show fully knew that iron man would be the ones die and captain America would not because it's just a little bit more. You know, ironman started it Tony stark is like what did he start? I mean, I in man was the first emcee you movie. Like I in Minnesota like gaining of all. Not the first comic book. But as far as the the marvel adaptations like the films, a Black Panther all of the avengers cats here. His movie was a very very first one in it started this branching out into the universe that we have. So I just knew that. Now, we're ending that era. It's gonna be him to die. And I feel like cap is the one who won't die just because Chris Evans who plays captain America said he was done with the MC because his contract was over. And I feel like people assume that that meant he was going to die because I think that Banos kills cats in America in the comics are in one of the comics, I was like much like game of thrones. That's what the fuck. They want us to think. Right. Ironman will die captain America will retire some chalet. I think he was going to end up one Unix Twitter called him. Joe Biden wasn't Mark. I don't. Thank captain, America. Joe by because in the end like, okay. So endgame involves like a lot of time travel and shit, which was like honestly, just move enough. For me. I held. I held my initial judgement of that back because it's marvel and I knew they would handle it. Well, and it's like, oh, whatever it's fine time travel is like my least favorite plot device in always confuses me in one way or the next, and I feel like even now I just have so many questions as to how certain things went like how Joe Biden found his ass on that bench in the end of the movie, but. No, I will not watch like M E N, captain America, watching the two straight through whatever. Right. But. Captain America in the end has to go, and like us, this time travel thing that they used throughout the whole movie to fix everything that happened and go put the Infinity stones back everywhere that they found it and then he's supposed to come right back. But he decides as I knew he would to stay in the past with Peggy Carter that he was in love with his loss. Long lost love from the forties, or whatever whatever. So he stays there and just lives his life from the past back to the current. So the end they're like, why isn't he I mean look over and slice. Yeah. It gets make different decisions the second time room Huda. Okay. We don't know that. But he did not come back through the machine. Just look over to there laughing like, oh, who's that nigga sitting over there still payments? It's he. He makes the nigga. He makes falcon the cats America. Whatever it was a great movie. It was beautiful soul. Fine. I thought that I'm going back and doing all these little tributes to all films that came before was really great. And it was a good movie catch there. No. I don't think it was the best marvel movie has a lot of people are saying now because they're excited, and it was a really great closing of the chapter. But it was a really great film. And it had a lot of amazing moments. I did cry a lot. So I just wanna make sure sharia on a co. Yes. Okay. Thank you told you care about became. So in the like, how do I met a moment? Right. Okay. Thank you. So they go back through time, basically to get all of the stones themselves, and then iron man like makes instead of giving them up so easily. I literally they went to find fan knows they found on that planet that he was at and he destroyed the stones himself after using them again for I can't remember why so Thor cut his head off in the nigga was dead killed Thanos. Yeah. Thorkild fan knows. He went for the head officially the second cut his head off. And he goes, Deb, and then they fast for like five years with earth, like dealing with the fact that half of the population has gone, and then man comes back, and it was like, oh, I was like in this other dimension with microscopic things and then do Kiekens change size shrink. Down to the sidling down to small the size of like, an ant are even smaller than that. Or he can begin come really small and in the end of man in the wash he got trapped in this like this. What is it? Call is this alternate alternate dimension where microscopic things live. Okay. So he got trapped there because the people who were supposed to bring him out of there got dusted by Thanos. So that was like the cliffhanger of the last man movie. So in this movie, a rat happens to press this button on the time machine. Atman comes back to the real world real read like a somewhere like a rat. That was just in the in the place to be read if it was over arraignment threats. Chart climbing on things. This nigger comes back, then he goes to the rest of the vendors in his lifetime words differently. Oh my God. I think we can go back into whatever time they got all the stone comebacks at the current time ironman makes a new gauntlet. The hulk uses the to snap and bring back everybody that Daniels. Meanwhile, nebula vandals figures out that they are doing that. So he comes to earth like Betty died. Yes. But the fan OSE from L, but they went back in time. Yeah. He was back alive. Yes. Gotcha. So the van os. This is convoluted. So that fan owes comes to. Yes. With past nebula and Pasco Maura nebula. Yes. That's how they did it so nebula. Okay. Oh, this all Infinity ward did the blue bitch. That's good Morris sister share and Thanos was like ripping her apart at one point trying to get information out of her. And that's why go more told him where the sole right, right? That's naby. Now. I remember so the past nebula switched places with the future one in pretended to be her. So that she could go back to the current time. And then she used the time machine to get past fan. Go more to come to the present time. So that's after Thanos Broughton girl. So that's after. After the hulk snaps and brings back everybody that Daniels dusted death analyst like who rob bitches, I'm here, and I'm out to fuck shit up. And he brings his whole ass army and shit like that, right? Okay. So armee in in them are out there and getting ready to fight. And then you hear on your left, and then Dr strange opens up all of these portals, and like the first heroes to walk through those portals was Black Panther a Koi insure it was ready to for all of the other boku like everybody, they did the chance everything, and then it was a beautiful beautiful fights friends from there on and are in men kicks the bucket, and I want the only reason I felt like they might keep ironman alive is because they might do like cameos with him in the future where does things for the little people like a little couple. And then in the end ironman like used a hologram like preparing. For his death. Those is like, okay. If you're watching this, then I'm tied or whatever. And he uses his hologram of himself talked his family after the funeral or whatever so realize, oh, so what Marlin is he's going to do just use these Robert Downey junior holograms when they wanna have Tony stark cameo, but still use have the impact of killing him give Robert Downey junior all of this money and sent him on about his way with his Finnish. Contrast and then deliver lines. Well, what a life. It was a great movie it was, but I think that after the everything's cool down. People are going to have lots of questions three hours at it. When you inevitably Disney plus you have access to the pays then maybe. Get up and walk around absolute Google shit that I don't understand then I'll look at that. But charlton. Luckily, it none of my is. It's one of those long movies that doesn't feel super laws. Terry says she was like that's all there was three hours. She was like what? Had no idea. I knew it was three hours before I got there. But it doesn't feel crazy. He's supposed to stay hydrated. I would have to pay at least once in three hours in less. You did not drink nothing before. I definitely use bathroom throw into that was and after I left the theater I did have to go again. But I never had. I was never like holding. Yeah. Okay. So sounds like the exact same thing that happened on game of thrones. Yes. A stock. Save the world mass. Okay. So the battle winter fo season eight episode three the long night game of thrones. What a piece of television S, my wondrous guy was not ready for this at all not at that episode was quite let now this. This is some fresh shit some brand new shit that I can say is definitely the best. Franchises offered us so far this up. So, but I really did. People have been ranking it like as one of the lowest of the season they felt like the night king. Are not season the series. Oh, why the night? King story action have been wrapped up so quickly girl. Don't make sense. The live which is true. It don't make sense. Somewhere, but you know, small things like that. But I think basically they were mad that the night kingship didn't get stretched out over the entire season. I think that makes perfect sense to later, but let's start with the majesty that was this piece of TV. Okay. First of all, I have never been. So stressed out watching the show in my entire life. Like, I was trying to think I've watched lots of suspenseful shows, we washed all scandal. How we watch smart. We watched some any things, you know, and the closest I think that I've ever gone into being that stressed out was like the season finale of one m seasons of Grey's anatomy with where there was shooter in the hospital, and I was not even a grazing Adamy fan. It was my best friend, Allen's favorite show, and we were at his house. He was like nigger, I'm watching Grey's. So you can go or you can watch. And I watched it too. And I just got caught up in it. And I was religious stress, but this was a different level of stress again because anybody could have died anybody. Yep. Anybody could have gone for life. Breezing and in just the most horrific ways. Not to mention. The producers of the show. Are awful because. The way that they built suspense and tension through this episode, especially in the early episodes was just brilliant, especially with like with lights and the sound design the whole segment of of like the first few rows of soldiers just standing and looking out into the pitch black darkness. And just the waiting was crazy intents was then when the the death Raqi get their sickles or whatever those weapons are called lit up in flames, and they run out there the way they played with the light with deniro and John up. They're looking at basically these lights sort of hitting nothing dimming and then over in over back up again at winter fail. You see as the lights just slowly? Yes. Start to disappear until there is nothing again. Yes, it really stood out to me how they playing with lighten. Excellent way in this episode and not even just things like that. Like. The way that like when's the dragons come out and yes before you even see the night king dragon his fucking with the weather, and he's creating links snowstorms and shit. They play with the lighting in the way. Like when the dragon is flying over them. You can sort of see from his fire it's reflecting like all of this ice and snow in the air was just they had the craziest shots with the drags and stuff up in the air. They didn't like one thing. I also beloved loved about the night king as like his like this the the actual makeup and stuff and prosthetics is great. But obviously they do like digital stuff for the is to make them glow. And there were so many suck because he doesn't speak, obviously, you can tell sort of tell this facial expression. Sometimes what he's thinking, and they had so many shots where you sort of looking up at him from underneath of it. And it almost looked like his face would glow. Almost like when you put like a flashlight underneath. The're chain. Yeah. So like when he's often the dragon, and you're sort of looking at him from below are like when he got up to brand the hell out of me, and he's about to kill brand. And you sort of looking at him again. There's just this medicine. Yeah. I loved that villain. I yeah. Recipe. CFA fuck. Yeah. But but it had to happen. It had to happen. The battle itself. You know me watched it through my fingers. People die violently and the whites are screaming. Everybody is just a mess that like that. When they finally got up to them. And another thing stand really quick though sound fine when they're standing out there, and like for a long part, it's kind of still and it's just dark out there. And even after the death rocky one out there, and it was silent you kind of just here wind yet. And then eventually the the horses are coming back, and that part was terrifying. One galloping then slowly more of them are coming. Fuck this. And then I'll be good after that. Again. They're in the frontline looking out at the darkness, and you'd just hear the wind. And then all of a sudden it's like it's almost like the wind, but comes the sound of the whites rushing almost like how been them the whole time or whatever when they finally got up to them nigga. It was like this huge literal piles of this just crawling in ten. So scary. I was just I couldn't bring in says then and tell you I would have been run. Meaning I'm glad to my bitches still alive to get your ideas on the ground. I was I'm a because you put the bug in my ear that she was going to Larry. And I felt like she would. So I just said they right? You just never know show is so crude, but no we only lost a few but the few. We loss were real shoutout to lady Liana more money fucking dot com. We also know that she was going to die. We did know. On her way out. She made sure she took that big blue ass nigga down with. I knew she was going to go out like a fucking. She. She said, I'm not hiding in the creek with no damn women and children ING time for that. I am the leader of my take my ass out there. Vital. Honestly, the fact that she does and some will do I mean, I get it sim. Well, probably has to be there too like backup the whole John is the true king or whatever. But like why not? Oh, I love Santa. I hear you. But we all know sanding being on the fucking battlefield one of the first group of whites came and he fell over. I was like I knew that he was going to get killing. So I I know you're trying to be brave, but my nigga, please, go sitter. Let's go to the people. But you know, the crypt turned into an equally dangerous place. So oh God. Okay. When are ended up in that room, and she had to use her a man who has no face on name training to go. And she was like I've rarely and stuff and she was going bookcase hiding. Oh, my that was another. Imbed during that whole thing. But I had to remember are you spend a whole fucking season training in the dark, no mood. No. She was trying to become a bitch with with no face and all that site new at one point to that. There would be one that would was right up on her. And as soon as she saw she yet. Let me on kill you for you make and niggers even get a chain. Which she told saucer stabbing with the pointy. Yes, she gave that negative. She gave on for that dagger. Or whatever that blade somebody told me, they don't know how to use it Santa. It's a knife. But somebody told me they went back to the first episode, and I think or in the first season and at some point she's like aria baby Arias like China. Learn how to sewer whatever. And she's like, I can't get it and her dad's with the pointy. There are a lot of a lot of like, right? When I'm like, oh my God. There are a lot of call backs and so- aria. I remember seeing the clip in the preview of her running through the halls and stuff. I didn't know what that was. I don't like that very shook she had blood on her fucking forehead and shit like that. Shaking. Let's discuss the night king in his mission. RIP to my nigga. You worked so hard. Brad. We miss you. I miss you. And only use. You can make you know, what I'm saying. Like, you stuck to your word about what you were going to do is just unfortunately a bad bitch consciously of Ryan. And you got a little too confident. It is what it is. But I will never forget you. It was two or three times. I said, I would've laid down all my burdens like y'all can have. When John snow thought he was gonna run up on that nigger, and he and the king turned around and did that raise up motion with his all them. I said, please don't make us have to kill Liana. Like, please do not make these is blue listen, I couldn't handle that. I couldn't I said no, not my baby first of all the whole dragon combat. They were doing was already stressing me out much because like vissarion, you know, thing. That's how you say the dragon's name that the ice dragon now. Yeah. Already, you know, my heart goes out to him. What I was just like don't kill anymore to track please Kilty to drag. And I don't even know I know that one of the dragons for sure survived because they were there at the. I think that they're both. But one of them got fucked up. Well, maybe it was dad thing the one that John was flying. Oh, gosh fucked. I have to watch the I started watching episode of game then I fell asleep. But eventually as you know, the Nike guy knocked off his dragon and just got his ass up online. I guess I mean, I'm still tuned. Not love like, you know, big thing. Whatever I I am an in my r- of the dedication. I really appreciate how I'm going to see this through. I don't give a fuck watch all talking about brand just sat there like I'm ready to die. I still don't understand why it had to be brand. Specifically all this. I don't when that nigga raised his after John Ranna on him. And I really thought. Okay, cool. We're going to get night king. John combat like a sore disorder fight. That's going to be excited. Talking was like. Had my lightweight. No such thing as army being. So imagine do that shit much like win after the the trenchcoat Lida, and he was up in the air. And he got like a couple of the whites like lay down on like before that I was like visiting is gonna make them lay down on it and a couple of them die. So the rest of them can get through. And he did I live shitty. What is going to stop them this end till the night. King says so. Away from ya. Did you really think that ULA? Dragon fire Danny called drug catis and the Nike was like bitch. Your your little warm temperatures. They literally mean, literally smart at her EMMY a Miami dagger gross. Like, oh, I feel great. It was a bit nippy out here. Can you feel the heat? Two weeks in a row. I've had a reason. Commercial? This smirk was delicious. I absolutely loved it bitch. I see you. Are you done? Are you are you that I loved the meme of deniro same? This is the most ghetto shit. I've seen in my life where she had to pick up their sword. And fire. This is what I don't do. So god. What's going on here ill ill ill? Somebody give me I am. So. Are you motherfucker stark our baby? I literally cried that baby up in scream I- screens when first of all are happy. Grazer burn was. Britt was theon theon. You know what the game full circle in? He did I. Can appreciate he redeemed himself. You know, an ultimately all you ever wanted to do was be loved and accepted. True. He was a bass that he knew it all his life. He was treated like he was different from everybody else. And he genuinely felt regret for the time. He feeling has beaten he felt bad for the crazy shit. He did on like, his uncle you're on and you're on his outta his fucking thing. That's why he that's why he embraced deaf emend moment. He knew he was gonna die brand new. He was gone. You. Good, man. Brian was like abra so science, you know. All right. All right. Well by. Ace before you die 'cause you're better. And then that's what happened, but you know, got enough that was like you're gonna go to heaven or I don't know what he was trying to reassure on just needed some some reassuring. Like, you know, what I'm not mad at you. We all appreciate what you've done here. You're a good guy. It's time you to go. But, you know, don't die thinking that everybody hated you rise. We didn't we appreciate your sacrifice here. Like a Medison Dray bitch. I guess she redeemed just after you killed serene bitch. I guess, but I totally expected a certain Dallas to LOP your fucking head off when she walked in and was like, I'll be dead by daybreak girl. So don't even try I will give her. Leave me alone of apparatus, she. I will give her a couple of props for willingness to hell and her pep talks. I feel I mean her spells were necessary. They were they were necessary. They were so when the night king strolled up on ran. I was honestly watching this show like so like what what have no problem with with brand Diane, I didn't either. But I was just thinking to myself. Okay. He's going to kill this nigger admit, I guess are gonna head for king's landing and then leave everybody here alone. Yeah. Because I mean, he arise this undead army backup. So they kill anybody who's still alive like they can easily overcome everybody at this point. And then we're gonna go down and handle, sir. I completely forgot about his whole resurrection things when that nigga lifted all of those dead people up again, I was like, oh, this is why he's not worried about ninety all like, I was fully and Julia one I'll just bring them back. Right. He didn't bring them back sooner. Was until John. All right. He was like I have things to do. And quite honestly have been here long enough. Like, this has been cute. But I got to know how to do is kill a white steel. It's face and then sneak up on me and at the last minute turn it should off. That's what you gotta know how to do. But you don't know how to do all that. You know, how to fuck you, Amy. I sincerely even after Mila, Sandra Minnesotans ather. She said the whole thing about the blue is. I I when are you came about of the shadows? Leaping at her. I gasped like I literally had my hands over my face life. What it was air e- fuck, and then homeboys spun around and grabbed her by the throat, and I'm like, no like. Here's how you can be. So stressed out over this show and team night king at the same time because I still have people are like, you know, I still have people. I don't want to die are you as very high on that list? So when he grabbed her I was like, no it comes down between him and he's got. No. And it did know and he did and went home her use that little move the little move. Choco killed. However, you got to be quick at eventuality here. We goes dragging glass shattered his ass e mmediately bull. I felt such relief flood my body. You can't even you really painting even easing episode. I wasn't just wasn't ready. And then they cut to the dragon and he shriveling up audit shit. And I was like it's really over. And that's when I said, the real threat is man fighting men, the real threat is not some weird. Why don't mind I've that's why don't mind it has. I almost felt like it would have done a disservice to a lot of the characters and there are outside of the white walkers to make the whole show about the white walkers. I think that the white walkers in the night king had a very specific mission. And had they been had he been a successful in killing brand. I definitely think he would have headed over to king's landing because as far as I'm as I know the Nikes hole. Goal was to create the endless night and be the king of right? So I'm killer too. But this is standing in the way of me like keeping my goals in tax. So the fact that he died there, I think that it actually leads the way for like an actual fight for the throne. But -tween the people that we've been focusing on liked Narus like, sir. This whole new thing with John and how Tanis gonna deal with it without the distraction of the end of the world. And all of that other stuff. I think this is actually a great way to end it. And I think that there's going to be a little bit more that can be said about it because I feel like brand still has ultimate gags. You know, what we will see I I think that is quite possible. But once it all sunk in for me, like the whole like what I thought was gonna be the big war is really just between like human versus human. I was like I really like how the show is dry. Point home that our biggest worries in this life are not the weird fantastical mystical things that may be existing out. There is the Nick is right next to you like vast the real that's the real war. That's the real conflict. That's gonna be where we see the real miss jump out. I just think that the the white walkers making it to king's landing them all fighting the white walkers for the throne with sir c and stuff like that would've cluttered up in a six episode season at that would've cluttered up like a conclusion that I think will I think it will just be a little bit more seamless with being the humans. The people episodes are just gonna be about people versus people like, you know, seriously is going to be feeling her apps because she didn't have to see not one blue eye. That's what. Right. But girl, everybody you've ever loved is against you. Well, first of all most of them are dead. But the rest of the emissions gonna die are gonna be. Oh, yeah. It definitely thinks. She might not die or escape. Yeah. That's what I kinda remain on the throne. No, no, no. I can kind of see, sir. See like being exiled are escaping or something, and then disappearing simply because like if they're able to overcome her muscle say, no threat. She bucking dragon seeing hands. Fine. She's not gonna do nothing. So if they can take out all of her muscle, right? All she's got at that point is the space opportunity to get gone. That's added the only person only people's like think who have legitimate reason to put a blade in her throat, aria Sansa, and you called are. You said you want to be dealer? Are you gonna be the one to do it? But I kind of feel like this was Arias moment though for the show. Well, and I hope that. Yeah. And I'm glad about it. I know a lot of people felt like Jon snow deserve that kill but are literally trained for it. Like with the circumstances of that night being what they were y'all absolutely needed Irish she had the confidence and the skills. Has such like enhanced abilities, y'all not gonna be able to sneak up on that nigga? It's not gonna happen. And again as soon as he notices you he about the rise up all the dead Nichols around him. And that's the Indio as are you the only person one she could do it. And even when she did see the lights like firsthand started freaking out, then the red woman came through and hit her with reminded like like, you know, you've got this. Right. What do we owe? Oh, not today. What do we say to the God of debt said not today? How straight like that bitch? Not today. Not are you guys just made? I mean, I still like I say she's jumped about the nothingness, I still, but I think that it makes that would love to have another just one more just one more killed in let it be Thursday. I wouldn't be surprised if she pulled on face at the end, and you see us in that thrown. I went back and watched how she eliminated all of house Frey, and I want I want that again, her her boyfriend said librarian rice that he didn't it should have been John at the end girl. So many people tied me like break up with this mix. Well, you know, if you're in Christmas girl, Christian west, they tell you breakoff shop three dot com. As a you need, a sweat shirt of something bits because I'm lead nigga guess, so I kind of feel like brand is the the Lord of flight. Okay. Maybe so or not like or the Lord of light isn't like a thing. Like, I think that the Lord of light is three i-drive, even okay, y'all. Correct me tomorrow. But I kind of feel like the whole time when he was working or whatever it's called. He was sort of pulling a lot of the strings on the battlefield like I kind of feel like he had something to do with the trench lighting on fire. Remember like when she was like struggling to get into. She was like what the fuck is going. I think that he was probably late to the polo. Okay. Here you go. I think that he is the Lord of light in the Nike in the white walkers are the vitamin of the great other or whatever. And that's why he wanted to kill on. 'cause that's like his his. Yeah. Like the opposite light bitch got time for that darkness negatively, coldness and meanness loan. I mean, it makes us much sense to me as any other theory. That's the thing about this show. You could put anything at to ask, and it just might happy Birmingham. The nineteen definitely didn't make sense. Bad. Well, I mean, I guess people just like it's weird. How y'all can communicate you I'll be on the same page and everything 'cause touch them. Right. So so I why people thought he might be evil because of that. But it was have that he was the night carrying those make sense to me. Well, I wouldn't be surprised if his abilities as three eyed raven over time like throughout Reagan before him lead people to thinking, oh, there is this guy that does all of these things and makes all of these wonders happen, whatever it is really three hundred maybe leading time in space and so much like the night the white Walker's killing the one forum the like, oh, well, yes, I got off you to it happens. Mario was there to hold her brother now. And now that I've thought about it. I think I want Sansa to kill Sarah Saraswati and to and I want her to deliver the same line. Are you did when she killed house fry the whole when you leave one wolf alive? The sheep are never saw. I want her to do that like who executed my daddy in front of my face. And now guess what bit like son's really deserves aria desires, but Johnson was tortured by that one directly onto at least have one bad ass. She knew at least, you know, at least paints the bitch. At least that right? Yeah. Pardon me drills going to be left with nobody to fight our battles anymore thing about nobody's on her side. Nobody is truly on team Suzy. Nobody really likes her except for this nigga that just don't really like her. He's got the power. I right. And once it's clear the fan habit. What he'll turn highest to or if you find out she not really pregnant or that that's Jamie's baby and his char- one during these new Ladybrand the stallion kings. Whereas apiece. Ed Nicotera now Danny was real sad about the me too. Like damn man, you went through gray scale operation, everything just a mess like crying or nothing in. Oh. Yeah. I'm just glad it wasn't any of my personal faves today or than Leon. Vat was the one that really punched me an end we saw that. No. That was to when they were the first of all the first ten minutes episode is like zero dialogue you watch. Nick is getting ready for this. This is increasing the trashing on bearable. It was just like I need a drink. I need a blood out especially knowing the previous episode them niggers had stopped right there. Like, you know that the whites and the white walkers that hall squat is right there. We just can't see them. So the fact that they're just chilling. Everybody's sweating bullets and just walking around trying to get ready, man. This was an incredible these TV and someone pointed out I read an article someone pointed out that Jon snow's wolf was the air when they were all getting ready. You know, how they all have their own wolves or whatever I some where I don't think the wolf dead. I think we'll see the wolf again hope so I hope so too. Because then I love that whole storyline with airline love the Dr. Yeah. Me too. And I've seen enough already. I can't on the one wolf running out of cross with the other with the raccoons sit out. Oh, Lord, breast in peace. I'm able to rock y'all were like mad, but the death. Rocky unsullied were literally made today will they weren't made to die. But they were very thing. They were shaped into being like warriors soldiers like just a bunch nNcholas don't have the die. So who was going to be been carrying back? Right. Not all of them. But you know, if you on the front lines of a battle the very fresh. Family is right. And I mean, y'all got your little helmets breastplate or whatever, but you can still easily, and it's a lot of armor. And what does that mean to a bad bitch name Arias stark? I just I felt so much joy at this scene. I watched it over and over and over, and I was just so proud. I said on Instagram never been so private white women. Never my whole life. I just felt such love for aria and the girl who plays are conscious was like, I'm overwhelmed. It was a crazy emotion for me as someone who stands than I king also stands are was kind of hoping we'd see more than I came. But also love guy. It was almost bitter. Sweet I accepted more of the sweet has this like, uh-huh. Because the king was just such a great villain, especially when it has no fucking dialogue. And for what he and the white walkers were how they were created in the first place and the purpose of that to then turn around and be like man fuck y'all like I I just love that I came. But I the way that he went out to go. He had to go the way he went out anybody, then Arias, absolutely. She was just so well, John being the one to do it would have been money whack and predictable. My Johnson Johnson. He couldn't even the big. He thought he was going walk up on this nigga at the making Turner like girl, girl, girl. Do you hear this rustling behind me getting close to me time aria aria was the one with the trainings pull this off? Nobody else nobody can kill white so easily slice than faces off like ain't nothing like that. She wasn't and even when ending ahead on a death grip. She was like, I still know what I got to do and it ain't nothing to about. And I just loved it so much. So I hope you enjoyed this forty minutes of spoilers. Yes. So great great entertainment that came out this past weekend, really more soda. I'm ready. You gotta start coming over to the watch parties. There's a quiet room and allowed room. So. There are two different rooms for negative light to talk back to the TV people who like to hear in between episodes. I've actually been playing game of thrones telltale game. Okay. Have you ever played game? Have you played life of life? Strange. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Many. Did you like it? It's weird. But yes, okay. So white teenager angsty shit. Right, right. Imagine the way that that game plays where you like choose the dialogue, and how the story goes. But it said in the game of thrones. Oh, okay. And it's like between it starts at override wedding. And then I think it goes up to like like season five rent wedding when you're not like in the wedding. But you're like, you're a part of a family, call house Forrester, which isn't in the show, but they're like briefly mentioned in one of the books, I believe, and so you kind of play through different characters in that family who get sucked into the story of the show, and it's really real. I've just been playing that like in between episodes news, really guys. But I think that telltale telltale just shut down recently. You can get it on the on the story. More station on PlayStation been sitting on a shelf for months. I need to go dusted off. That's the game play CDs. I got you copy anyone. I was just thinking I can't play. Physical copies. Dust my PlayStation off it now. I will oh. Him from. So you might have to watch the is point. But it's still just as great a story and has a lot of the characters from the show that have voiced by the actors from the show say rated him that's for many, right? But it's mature. Uh-huh. But it's pretty great. Thank you so much. I cannot wait the play it so ago, Jamie Jones fans, I hope that was an adequate review of of one of the best episodes of the series Safar. Let's take a break in start your letters. Hey, all your ever buying sneakers online. There's more than a coin flips chance the shoe. You're looking for might be fake. If you want to be certain that Israel to go dot com dot com is the safest way to buy and sell offenses Nicos online the largest marketplace in the world for thanks shoes. Including Jordan's you can even get some of North's dad's shoes elver six hundred thousand sneaker listings on good. They may the whole process friction list and trustworthy. 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H E R E A D, get your something. Nice. 'cause it some Kyushu's on on that side. Okay. All right. Let's go back to the show. We're back and whose time for your letter is singer questions full air. Some are episode. I've really don't understand the appeal of that Nord while understand the videos where you watch somebody eat a lot monk MC. Vang what? I've never understood the muck bang videos. But like if I'm hungry. I'm just gonna be hungrier. And if I'm that. And it's like, why am I watching me? I've never really understood the eating ones except for when it's like a ridiculous. Like, I'm eating like a hundred and fifty bowls spare ribs or something crazy? But like if you just ordered a whole bunch of Chick-fil-A they're talking metro ex-boyfriend like that's different. But I also don't understand like undocking videos, and those are some of the most. Hot tube, so different strokes. I could see it if you were doing like I like when girls through the makeup halls have been watching a lot of make. That is really on people. Like, oh, I just bought this captain America action figure like c within the box through the front of it. I don't like what SE congratulations. You've got a PlayStation for the PlayStation in here. How all right so. Yeah. Singer questions to ask. The Rita edgy mill dot com. We may read them aloud on the show. First question comes from penny. Proud who says I went to see vendors in game the Friday that it came out where at nine fifteen AM because every other showing was sold out on. No, it was I was eagerly anticipating it didn't want it to be spoiled. It was wonderful, by the way, when I left the theater, I texted my friend group chat saying that I saw the movie and was immediately accosted by in they hurt feelings saying things like I really don't bang what, you know, more. And we've been seeing the marble movies together for years like how could you go without me? Number one. We saw Black Panther Infinity were in deadpool two which doesn't really count. Number two. Black Panther isn't necessary to understand the overall story of the marvel cinematic guard for your home. Black Panther is its own self contained story, I beg these proceedings say these Nichols. But I am I beg needs to go. See captain marvel they felt no need saying that they only go see the important movies. And I'm change it. I consider captain marvel to be important to the overall story only because the answers various questions and is assumed set up the future of the films. Plus number three, I still intent on scene with my friends and in the other time somebody suggests going to see this move incomforta- marva was kind of irrelevant and game. But she had some pretty cool moments. And did some really Honey she just came out. So here she wasn't really. And she's LP is fuck like if the base was most of the movie, I'd be questioning why they're having issues at all got you. Don't know what OT me overpower got you. Okay. I'm literally the only person in this group who will go watch a movie multiple times in theaters. And they know this yet somehow I am now fake for CNN movie and conclusion to a story that I've been writing for since elementary school, right? Was I make thank you just answered my wrong. Or are these niggers dumb? My mom said they come. I was also the mom said I've done this actually those subject here, your mom, probably twenty nine. I was also. During fury's predictions about the film, although I guess you just did that. So if you missed it penny, proud, go back in review, the spoilers right before we started the questions but sought all coming except black widow. Care about. I I don't understand will be mad that you went. And did something without them endless. It was like. Should I don't even know had an abortion? And it was my baby of the met is like I don't like what. Because that's the thing. You can always go to the movies again like many people who saw in the game, including myself. Rely can't wait to go again. So right, like three hours. So yeah, I wouldn't even I would tell these negative y'all are smoking Dicks, flus relaxed. Like, especially a movie on a combination of all of these fucking films over the past decade, and you know, negative don't give a fuck about jumping online with spoilers. Yeah. Many people are securing their take it, right? As soon as possible and not trying to worry about like nigga. I was like I think it was three hours behind when tickets went on sale. And it was a star. Tickets trying to like coordinate, which are when you're ready to buy. And when do you want to go I bought my ticket to make sure I was in place. So nothing would be spoiled for me can go came. When y'all wanna go give shit about being split looking on the internet. Like, Kim somebody please spoil it. And then I wanna get did somebody who played football. Who was it? Yes. He put up a video like the day after came out about rest in peace. Tony stark. They do my nigga like that or whatever day after his, of course, they were here. Remember who did that? But I was like she don't know who tomorrow is have this huge fair. This huge. Don't spoil endgame feing. Don't spoil the film. They did the same thing with Infinity war for the longest time the day after my nigga. You couldn't give them until Monday. Right. That's what I mean. Okay. But yeah, girl, get them together. And remind him that you are happy to go see the movie, but again, look go again, I'm fake now. Let me show you fake. What how am I fake when I really wanted to their movie I'm fake when you are the bitches who admittedly say, you only wanna go see the big movies. Meanwhile, I see all the movies. I clearly care more than you do like her. I don't even stand. How you could only watch. I'm assuming the big movies means the avengers ones, but you're going to be incredibly confused like maybe you could sort of get through Infinity war because Infinity ward definitely sets it up quite clear. This guy's the bag. I he wants those things these guys at the good guys trying to stop on. Right. That's that you know. But endgame if you've not seen any of. Of them except for like Infinity Warren, maybe Black Panther. You're going to miss a lot especially since as I mentioned earlier, a huge chunk of the movie is them going back to other movies, not just vengeance movies. A revisited guardians of the galaxy Thor the dark world the first caps in America. And there are tons of call backs to all of the films across. So if you're if you are someone who has seen all of them in a huge fan of all of them. It just makes sense that you are like on top of your street. I need to go as soon as I can right. And then unique is who don't care as much we can go together afterwards. But then you said you've been a fan since elementary school answer to me that your child. Over is to get the fuck over here. Very we'll be fine that will be that girl. I went alone. Like, that's the thing y'all are so lackadaisical about it. You didn't even realize that this movie was going to be like absolutely sold out made on even know how much money it broke some records, which just ridiculous for gosh. Billion now crazy. Really? Definitely went over a billion worldwide. Maybe it was three point six billion. I don't know. But it was just absurd. How much money this movie may? So if you want a huge fan, then you aren't going to be on top of the ticket buying process. You really didn't give a shit you out gonna get up Saturday at eleven o'clock and go see vendors at one thirty is that what you thought you were going to go to the theater and say I'll have to forever. Girl. The fuck. Says also good next question comes from our readers who says I am gay black twenty two year old about to graduate with my bachelors degree. And then I'm hoping animal too. Big city started good career. All right. I met this guy in my communications class semester. One day. I was just growing on Grindr. And got a notification from lasers profile into my surprise. It was the guy from my communications class. He messed me saying I knew you were gay, and I knew if I meant account on here. I find you clearly he wasn't wrong about. And he said he needed some help with an assignment because he misclass- on grinder were since he message me on Grindr. I was just looking to get some dick from him. So I said, and then when we met up I was expecting to just fuck him in college day. But we realized we have a lot of mutual friends and that he's actually known of me for the past few years, but never thought to approach me. So after that, we became friends we see each other and smoke like four days a week in FaceTime almost every day after we made after we became friends. I made the decision to not sleep with him because I decided having another gay black friend is better than just another hook up. So every time we've hung out. It has been strictly platonic while FaceTime. He tells me about some of the guys he's been hooking up with and we talk about sex lot in general. He always mentioned that his dick is so big. And there's some bottoms can't take it in parenthesis. He put on bottom so one day. And so can lease said, you're dick can't possibly be as big as you make it out to be. And he said you wanna see? Poss for second before said, sure. He's a picture of dick, and he instantly became so much more attractive to me. He has a nice body. He's black his dick is like nine inches when I saw it. I said you shut me up. And that was it. Here's my dilemma, he's irritating. And he does a lot of things that don't make me want to necessarily maintain a friendship with him. After I graduate and ever since. I've been thinking about sampling, it, it's a nice they help you dick. And I don't know if I wanna pass up the chance to try it out. Mark. My question is if I end up losing not to maintain our friendships, I sleep with him within the next two weeks before I graduate or should. I just let it go and maintain the platonic -ness of our friendship in case we are ever in a similar space. Again. Thank you love the shows. I'm not. Slider. Why are you must? He's got a friend when he just said that he don't even think he really wanted to be friends with this nigga after high after college are wherever there, I say, I think he's feeling that way because he got a glimpse of that dig. And now the lust is overpowering the rest of his brain. But he said that he finds the annoying outside of that. Now, he's irritating. But before yeah was talking face time every day in hanging out four times a week. He can't be that fucking irritating. So you're saying he's pulling these these complains out of the air just the five being like, we're not gonna be because I won't that dick. Ain't that fucking irritate. Don't nobody hang out four days a week with somebody? Yeah. But you only twenty two so like type that day. I mean, girl, you're going to have so many friends, right? It sounds like sexual attention has been there. Negus don't really just show. They dick to somebody that they it was about to ask if gay men just be like, hey, friend, totally platonic friend. Would you like to see my penis? I mean, I've seen my friends naked before like. Yeah. But you know. Yeah. But I've never had like a platonic friend. Be like, oh, yeah. Here's my dick. Okay. No. That's what I'm like. Not mean. Right. You know, so hard of right? So. To me. I wouldn't be surprised if he feels similar to you. You know what I mean? If we are correct. Our Christmas correct in the assumption. You might be feeling. Oh well. All of a sudden he so irritate you invest what it is. And you like if you have like sort of a fear that if you see them won't be friends afterward then. Yeah. Then, you know, try to like keep it platonic for the sake of the friendship that you want to preserve whatever. Because that's not every some people can fuck somebody and just before that. But I think those people are far and few between the ones who can genuinely like, Jane, you Lee, they'll really be your friend and still totally be open to you like having healthy romantic and sexual relationships with other people. Right. That's very rare. I think mostly else for rans, I go catch some kind of feeling when you decide to be friends with somebody like, I just think need to be honest with themselves about that. I've been the opposite before like I've had before it'd be like, we're friends and. Two. So we just after we have. Yeah. You know, what I think I do think you're bullshitting on these reasons? But also, I think you're twenty two years old, and you about to graduate and you in the snicker probably not going live in the same town. No more 'cause you plan on moving and all that right base for Abba. Take your pills, or whatever whatever you gotta do to be safe. I mean, you said it's a big old thing healthy, dick. That's just have a good time. You have what the phone have been really ruminating on. This pain is denying yourself possible. Good dick over a friendship that might fizzle LA way. Or you might there might just half French shit. Sample vetted. Yeah. Enjoy my taste probably. I mean, it might be like water, and then at the sexist trash, and he really is irritating than you have no reason to talk to him at all do, you know, what we obvious in the sexes. Trash. I would assume that that would make it easier for friends. Oh, you right because if sex is like mind blowing way, you're probably going to be way more sensitive to this nigger. And we didn't think about it. The sexy lady oke or are not that great. And he'd be like, oh, and then just laugh. Yeah. You have to be prepared for the possibility that you may catch feelings of this, Nikki give you the dick. Absolutely. Like, I didn't think about that. Oh, twenty two year olds are a lot more easily influenced. So you have to be careful before you do it. But I understand you went major. That's a Hortense 'cause you have goals and nickel wheel slow you down or stop you entirely. All right. Our next question comes from page who says I'm twenty six years old. I'm from Baltimore. You could say my real name. If you want to give them all the smoke. I recently started new job, and I got cool with a co-worker shittiest mega of all time. She's gone through several hardships throughout her life and has no one to help her. She's only twenty two years old with a two year old daughter. She's also the breadwinner for her entire household. Not just the breadwinner because that can make same as if this nigga makes any. But no, he stays home and plays video games. For youtube. Sorry, she pays its Fremont. Yeah. She pays round jar car insurance gas. Maybe BG and so on so forth while he does while he does stay home with the kid, which saves the money on daycare. But what the fuck else is he going to shoot I congratulate for no reason for him. Not. Congratulate a fish for some in. Hi. That is absolutely that was passed down to her that was passed down. She told me he used to put his hands on her. But no longer does that. However, he does yell at her and degrades her whenever she tries to talk to him about anything. He inks shitting shoes. He doesn't wanna work because he'll be too tired. Because it'll be too tired to play his games when he comes home for his oh girl for his thirty four subscribers on his YouTube Nicolette should don't make sense to me recently. She sent me a voicemail of outbursts of he is because he was set that she picked up a shift at work saying that she didn't know what kind of plans he had for the day before agreeing. So he went off on her because she picked up an extra shift at work without asking him, if he could stay at home with the baby. But but you don't have you don't have anything negative like she wanted to get her nails. Go shopping or any of that says or any of that shit? She got bills to pay the voice movement was twenty minutes long of him degrading her telling her, she ain't shit. And the reason he so depressed and his life is shitty is because of her and saying she makes him so miserable. This girl has been through every type of abuse that exists on top of the fact that she's just a black woman with dreams in this form of mental abuse. Does not help the situation. He plays on the fact that he thinks she doesn't have anyone. But then again because she got me and don't play this shit work domestic abuse holds a place. Close to my heart. I'm big on friendships, although I've just met her. I feel like I'm in her life or reason. However, I think she scared to put our foot down to start moving in the direction of getting this negative fuck out of her house and her life me, I'm all for that. She had Nive insisted on helping her out. My boyfriend is even willing to talk to this nigga man-to-man in helped him see things better for himself and his child, but she won't let us be great of Astor three times in the last couple of days for her dress can pick her up and give her some time away from home and set up play dates for her daughter. My question is how can I force my way through to help her get out because I refuse to hear one day that one of the walls he punches when he's upset becomes a part of her body at truly hate bitch ass niggers, and I will with no hesitation fight this nigga. Okay. She's just going off at this. She's this is a lot of motion here. We're gonna keep okay. I don't want any harm to come her way. But I also want her to be able to enjoy life. She is so young has so much going for herself. And it was sucked to see her life because she supporting a native who cares. More about YouTube than his house. Old. I'm traditional man who don't work don't fucking eat in the end all to do is give me the address and Saint gotta do shit from there. How do I squeeze from her fear literally has her frozen? Sincerely with the shit's page. Man page. Everybody needs a friend like you. Everybody needs a friend who get who cares. This much about. You got mad at her. Jobless Negga job mad. Not jobless streams on you to thirty four subscribers. Which means zero dollars, which means right? See role at check with the balance of zero zero zero blank check. Because it's the does not exist. It's vapor. With no job said you didn't clear you can be like a fulltime streamer. I follow. Yeah. Funds of them. Mighty than me, you could be a millionaire, but you are not that nigga, right? In the meantime between times is to have a job. This is just when you off work with data. Oh my God. Why couldn't you just work? Why could maintain? During. And work on the battery after right because you know, what you're doing when you work on your battery all day spending, my money all fucking day. Meaning I worked at support. This whole household in you bring nothing is I actually used to take a second shift to pave a slight Bill that she'd been running right playing fortnight for eighteen got him hours today and childcare is a valuable expense to not have to pay loan. So you are doing a good thing by at least watching your child during the day that is your responsibility. And Secondly, you ain't got shit else to do. So you should just be doing it. And the fact that she had to pick up another shift because she's paying all the bills and you mad cause she didn't clear what you nigga what you mean. Claire you somebody has to make money or else? We don't have a house. I mean, that's what I would love to know. What plans you have with a car don't run? And what plans do you have that's more important than watching your daughter. Please tell I would love to know. This is I'm glad to hear. He's no longer physically abusive. But the way he talks to her is absolutely unacceptable and dash. Right. That that ain't you know out of the picture is like no that may very well happen again right at the same time. You can't force. Nobody into doing something. They already to do you might try to strong arm your way into her house and three weeks later, she going right back to that. Because she wasn't ready to leave. So I think sometimes that pushed that pushed depending on the person can make it harder for them to get away. Yeah. Because then it's like, then it becomes all your fault. And you just don't know how to mind your business, and you don't know what you're talking about. All of those are the man, it's it's really it's an we've had letters like this a ton of time. It's a really really slippery slope side, you're right in all you can do is be an honest friends and make sure that they know that the doors are clearly you've asked at three times in the past couple of days. I think you just need to give space or not even space but time and let her know that your door is. Always open. I think that's a lot better than trying to pressure her into doing it. She's it's not gonna be easy to leave an abusive relationship, especially if she's been abused all her life and has a child and she's only twenty two like the odds are stacked against her right now. So you gotta give her some grace. And just let her know that you are there for her, regardless of what she may need call anytime of the day or night that sort of thing, I think that's the best. What what maybe you do like? Girls retreat. If you can't I like that like you and her maybe some other home girls if you have some available just go on a very, hey in. Hey, a little getaway where y'all or it's just the lady, and you guys, Medicaid, and you know, I don't know whatever you don't even have to travel. It could be like a staycationing kind of thing hotel or even if it's just a sleep over at your house. You know, just any she needs some time away from that nigger and. You know, I don't even wanna get into all that. Because I can just hear him being like how come you have sleep overs and go hang on get to do. I could hear it already. So I think what is best for her is knowing that there is somebody who is on her side in willing to help as soon as she's ready to accept it. 'cause you can't force are into it. And you don't wanna push away like you really do have pure intentions here. So I think you just got a judger methods a little bit. So that the pianist of them shines through Viagra familiar, and I pray for that girl. 'cause rash. I just would not be able to refrain from spitting facing. He asked me why I didn't clear it with him. Why didn't Claire what you if you had a schedule I with clear somewhat you you don't have a fucking schedule. I'm sorry. What would you what were your plans? What very limited. My god. I just can't okay? Last question is one that she said, maybe for the couch. You know, may not she's not entirely sure. But anyway, this comes from I'll call her Monica. She says my daughter who is ten has said some things to me that led me to believe that she is attracted to girls. I she played a prank on me and said that she likes girls, I told her that I loved her, and I don't care who she likes. She seemed surprised but insisted that she was just joking a few days ago. She asked me she could tell me something without me telling anyone else, I said sure in waded, it's a very long time to say. But she told me that when she was seven she kissed her friend on the mouth, I asked her why she says, she didn't know why honestly I feel like she might like girls since she was about six or seven years old because she suddenly wanted to stop wearing dresses kept saying she in one half kids. Thirty one. But as six she was like is trash. I'm sorry. That was definitely kid. I was like I hate. I don't think. So I don't like me. This on purpose in here with all these kids right now. Okay. She asked me to start buying her boy shoes, I catch on your queue. They are cute and practical. But if you wanna go outside fuck shit up. Yeah. I catch on YouTube watching people who were clearly gay women, and she would hide it like she was doing something wrong. I mentioned to her dad. He is not ANC. Who is my husband? He is not angry but wants to just ignore it, not acknowledging at all. I want to show her that I love her. I don't care about whether she likes girls if that turns out to be her true feelings, and I will support her. Anyway, my husband says that's just encouraging the behavior. And this may just be a phase I understand that. But what I don't want to do is have her stop talking to me about it. I just don't know what to do any suggestions would help. How would you have wanted your parents to handle this? If you had told them this at young age. Thanks, monica. While monica. You didn't really say exactly how old your daughter is at the beginning. She's ten ten ten now. But she's been okay. She's been showing some year for signs for about four years. Yeah. I would say that are at around that AG sort of wanna sit on the bench and let the kid open up to you. You know? I don't think that you wanna pry because between like ten in sixteen seventeen years old. We want our parents as far away from our business possible, unless we invite them in you know, what I'm saying outside of school in basic stuff that they sort of should be supervising personal stuff like that especially and it makes me so sad. But I'm not surprised that at ten years old. She's kind of aware that there might be something that that that might be something that is perceived as wrong, you know. Somebody's not gonna like something to HAMAs heard that some. That is said, and so that sucks, but I think that you are you definitely sound like you're in the right state of mind in handling it anyway in being supportive of her regardless. And I think that right now, that's all that she really needs to know. So yeah. Like had it been me. I I'm sure I've spoke on the show before. But you know, like most of the time when I was around that age, and I had discussions about my sexually if my parents Morrisseau a thing it was like I love you, regardless. But and then after the, but it was like I never accept us being game blank blank blank blank blank blank. Right. So which mama's veteran after but right when he talks about business history. I ever want. It was your happy. Well, I kind of remember to take you back. To April two thousand when you most we hit remember the day this way. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Wait, remember, girl, you might act like, oh, I don't know. Girl, girl, keep on. Anyway. Yeah, I think as long as. There are ways I think as a parent that you can sort of let your kid no without prying too much that you are going to accept them for they are and that they can talk to you about anything. I think that sort of just being a young person we kind of push back when parents start to gets when parents start to dissect things about us that we feel insecure or confused about and it's not just that you're getting involved. It's that you're sort of getting close to something. We don't really know how to discuss yet. So I wouldn't really feel any kind of way about your daughter, not knowing how to share those things she's figuring out whatever's going on in her mind, and, you know, another fifteen twenty years from now mama could have a whole husband in eighteen kids or whatever and be like just carry. You know, who knows literally be anything to be a huge deal of the thing. Maybe. She is game. Maybe she's not or maybe she's just queer. Or who knows it could be anything. And it just I think you are handling it very, well when you let her note that she can tell you anything life. Your husband is concerning me. He's consigning because right. I'm glad he's not, you know, outright, homophobic. That is great. But the fact that he says that, you know, talking to her about it or letting her know that she is loved regard all this is encouraging the right? And that's why I wouldn't even turn these out out, homophobic, because it I mean, I mean, I don't know him. But like that doesn't sound anti like encouraging what her encouraging her to be herself. It just sounds. I just I just want to root out the ignorance, they're like you do understand the telling your ten year old daughter that she's love no matter who she is going to encourage her to go eat pussy. She's not going to be geared because you told her that she was welcome in. Accepted in this home, and his family as herself that isn't. I don't right. So I just feel like you try not to be homophobe, but you hold onto it in small ways that you haven't really dug deep on the biggest homophobes and some of the most damaging homophobes are the ones who don't believe that they are homophobes much like racism and every other form of they feel like where he ain't races. I don't go. I don't I've never killed any grow before. I just think that, you know, they're just thirty and lazy in the black lives matter movement is not a real don't wanna be shot. Don't go outside right like stuff like that. So I mean, I I'm not gonna judge your husband or whatever based off of what you set in this, Email or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. Like arcade in in terms of of love. Yeah. As long as she's not out of here levying underage people or animals ven. I mean, she is ten so, you know, I mean, she's from right? But it's like, we don't we're not this isn't there isn't any way that you're going to like scare some lesbianism into her by telling her that. She is welcome our thing that if I had and I know that now as a thirty one year old with my own shit doing my own thing twenty nineteen where not only I think, my parents and families perspective mayor changed just based on me. But also just based on society of the conversations period. Had I been at a younger age had ahead. My parents sort of say the things that are in this Email without the, but I think it would have made a huge difference. Oh, yeah. And just Lutely and just my bike. Confidence in progression in stuff altogether end. Ultimately, I don't think that. Ultimately, I think that I I was able to get there on my own accord. But yeah, like, I don't think that we all need our parents to necessarily walk us through homophobia or homosexuality, bisexuality queer nece trans nece don't know that that's the word. But you know, what? I mean, like, I don't think that we need for hands to be held. I think that we just need to know that we have the support system in the village there, if we need to just come home and cry because somebody was mean to us or whatever, and that feeling of not knowing that you can be able to share those things with your family without judgment can make you feel trapped and it's not to say that your kid won't grow up and be amazing. And you know, cure all kinds of illnesses or whatever. But I understand as a parent. That's something that you wanna avoid. But I think you definitely sound like the right home. So yeah, I think it's also important to not just tell her that. She can tell you anything. But to like demonstrate yes, yes, says I was told many times that I could say anything. Right. There were times when anything was said, and the reaction let me know that that was a lie or they may comments about something that let me know that if I were to come to them about it like you just revealed your true feelings to me. So I feel like I can't really come to you and make she has picked up on homophobia from her father or somebody else. And so she is like ou a lot of thing. I can't tell this to nobody. Now that you say that a lot of the things that sort of that gave me caution in terms of being open like that early on. We're not even things that were said to me there were things that I were over here. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, they were things that were just the way I heard people in my family talk about getting our people just thought were the way they talked about aids. Yep. All of those same were sort of shaped the way that I thought about sharing that before it was even a converse. Sation about the poss- about me right at age ten I was fully having crush on boys. I love when I will. I will have all yours was everything was in love. Okay. I haven't crushes on girls. So I was like sixteen seventeen years old. So it just but had my first question when I was in fifth grade. But even though like homosexuality was never really discussed as a topic in our home. It was very clear to me that it was not okay to be so very clear very clear. So, you know, I think it's important to not just tell her that she can say anything, but for y'all to model behavior that lets her note, she can come to you with since when she starts hiding important shift from you is where your relationship starts to deteriorate if I had just grown up, and being, you know, sitting in a corner drawing or something in a heard my momma watching TV and be like, why don't they leave Ricky Martin? I don't know why. Not even out there. I know. I don't know why. But you know, what I'm saying? Like if I if I had right all the reaction to Ellen coming out with her. When they was mad as hell that Oprah wear so to overhaul near without why I remember? Ooh, glide remember, not even necessarily like my mama or my daddy. But the adults have period period. All the growing around me. It was very much this attitude. They couldn't stand fucking when when even when like straightening would do completely like gay or homophobic, even like like, they could they hated. When Damon and and David Alan Grier. Did. What the fuck is the in living color segment called oh the two snaps. The the view you guys are gonna get me forgetting. Oh, man. It was the show was called something, dammit. It was the two game Egar's. Call show was find it John. It was so good. But yes, they had a problem with the hated met on these were two heterosexual Negga is essentially making jokes about gay, man. Right. And they just they couldn't take it. They could not stand for like little things like that were. I love that segment. Right. Asked me. Little things like that definitely did shape on the way. I thought about sharing certain parts of my life with my family. So I think that crystal is right in sort of demonstrating demonstrating, your your thoughts or you are support rather than just outright say it because when you're a kid child, you side note, I mean, you really do notice what how people react different worlds. Yeah. You live in a completely different world and gone up the grownups in your life shape. So much of it like rulers of your life are created by these people, and you don't even really question it at that age because we're supposed to look up to at the young ages like ten in suffer supposed to look at to the adults disorder of inform us on how life poster right? So it's not till you grow that. You realize them was just regular as people with they own regular as issues and fucked up missing everything else going in the people who are supposed to if the people who are supposed to conditionally. Love me, whatever that is are reflecting the same sort of thought process that I'm getting from kids at school. Then where do I go? Yeah. You know? But again, you seem completely informed. Overtime you have out. Yeah. I would say for you just sort of give your daughter your space and make sure that it is clear to her with demonstration as well. As words that you don't love her and be supportive of our no matter who she loves I saw clip recently of 'cause I think we talked about it being prompt season of young choirboy who was going to prom drive. Dr mama plays corsage on hand. Oh, yeah. I broke down. I was like, oh, wait what I'm sorry. These periods exists. It's that's all the kids need Rudge's. Let let us just. Be I went to my former with a gay friend male friend as many of the guys. I was like we don't laugh each of. Okay. Anyway, God bless you. Good luck to you. And your daughter singer questions to ask the Rita G. Mel dot com will will bitch. Hey, y'all mother's day is right around the corner. And if you're not sure what to get for the woman who gave you everything Pap. 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Anytime you need it just post made a girl when I get on from the studio in the dead of night. Guess what I'm gonna do post some? Down mice today and save with code the read Mel let's get back to the show. Okay. We're back in his now time for our reads. Hey, man, go ahead. I don't really have won. So many to go first while eyebrows, the past three blocks. I have two great. So I I thing I was on rhymes with niche shot out to them. And I saw this story of the fact that I thought she was about to say rounds with niche had like a podcast or something you were on. I'm like nigga after download the inmates. That one so rain Pryor Richard Pryor's daughter post on her Instagram some stories about her child being bullied at school by group of girls who have done everything including make fun of her daughter on an app, they punched her in the neck of the head apparently God, and it was a nurse. Not any of the other school officials, but the nurse to actually suggest taking the child to you might have a concussion basically bullying terrorizing this kid. Wow. And Baltimore and. Rain has basically sort of started to call to action against bullying currying in like in that school and other schools. Of course, she has talked to other parents and her trotting the only child being terrorized by this particular group of girls. And it sounds to me that she's quite aware that these kids in the bullies including ends, including many other bullies. You know, you don't know where they're coming from. You know, what their experiences at home or whatever? But at the same time you have to keep kids safe at school for me. I just wanted to bring this because. Hearing her talking about this, especially from the I don't know what it was about this because I bully ING story. I've heard like just coming off of like the story of Nigel Shelby last week. And this kid is just thinking like sue much something has to be seriously done. She's talking about the way that the school has attempted to handle it with these like. Pseudo fair sessions between the students, you know, like when fights happened in they'd be trying to have the students that accounts for like ten minutes and Todd we'll put us the root of the issue into. And you gotta pretend you don't hate this bitch thin cross from you. So you can go back class right suspended. You're talking about students who have had other kids threatened to kill him. You've had students. Oh hockey about. Oh, no, you know, shooting another kid and things like that. You're not immediately expelled. Hello. I mean, that's not a joke. But honestly, my cousins a teacher in Houston. And she said that the exact same thing happened a kid threaten to be violent at school shoot up the school. And they were like we can't to be some serious. I almost feel like people think that because we're talking about children like kids under eighteen or whatever that has all their kids their people there. People there are young people. But they're still people that can still do hardcore drugs. Buck non stop. There's still people that can kill one another with their bare hands if they want to do, and I'm thinking about I'm thinking about the fact that I don't even have kids from the perspective of someone who does have children. I'm crazy protective of my dog. My nigga, you know, what I mean? I don't even be wanting other people's dogs to get too close to mind. I'm thinking about having a whole s person that I created and for this eight hours or whatever of the day, it's someone else's responsibility to make sure that they're safe. I have to still endure the stress of of living as an adult working making money for me, and for these negative at home or whatever God forbid, I got a spouse to you know, what I'm saying. Like, I still into all of the adult stress that I would more than likely be dealing with was single. And then also that have to pray and hope in the day. School shootings are just unnecessarily abundant that kids at the school could be making my child feel unsafe and aside from physical damage could be doing really crazy mental and emotional damage as well. Because of whatever the fuck they got going on. It's not I've I have been the student before who has been tormented by students who has got into physical altercations and who sat in the principal's office across from this Negga and been like, oh, what's the problem when you get out? There's talk out that bitch. So like me out like that bitch. He couldn't tell you. Why the he'll like me? I couldn't tell you what the fuck. The problem is. We're fucking kids. Then they can hates me. This does not work. And of course, everything that she brought up didn't really show any evidence of working. So like, then when these kids come to school with weapons and be really going crazy fits like. I mean. I mean, look at the fucking secretary of education. Don't like this just look at the entire fucking administration. Look at the attorney general we have to do better about protecting children in academic space just in school. I honestly I still have nightmares about school about high school to this day. They're not as frequent, and I think a lot of s do with the fact that I'm more comfortable in who I am as an adult and are getting there anyway. But I still I've always had like ever since leaving school had this recurring dream of not necessarily being bullied, but just the hell that I've processed being high school being 'cause it almost feels like prison, especially if you know that you're going there, and you're gonna be fucked way by the same people everyday because there's no scaping them. It's not like work, our like college, even where you got a little bit more space and Negus needs to sort of be more worried about their individuals, shades, less. They lose their job or waste their money at school. Or whatever. But like when you're gonna loose k through twelve when people are fucking with you legit feels like the end of the world, and we're so quick to shake our heads to these young people like, oh, you have no idea. Just wait until you're a grownup. Yeah. Being grown up is hard to. But they don't fucking know that because they're still children, and they're dealing with the fuck it's fucking with them on a day-to-day basis and making them feel worthless. And it doesn't make any sense for adults to know that it's happening to see that it's happening and to see the gravity of some of like kids literally to kill one another and being like, well, let's talk it out. No, no fuck. No more needs to be done. And that's another reason why this administration pisses me off as well. Because it's like, I know that it's like a lot of schools, especially schools in certain areas. Do not get even almost adequate assistance and taking care of these schools, much less. I mean, take care of these students giving them proper like curriculum in preparation for the outside world. You know what I mean? But. There should be like like rain prior even suggested like there need to be like mental suites like there should be like legitimate mental health professionals who are working in schools rehab, whatever you don't inside like serious stuff because they're not just ignorant kids will rig figure out how hard life is when they become adults there any their life at the moment upside of shrine, get straight as and whatever the fuck else is still difficult because the poison in the toxic nece that other kids may be dealing with in mayor fucking environment outside of school that they bring into school. It affects them to not not only though, you know, the the the kids themselves that are dealing with it outside of school. So like listening to this mother begging people to like. Give a fuck about these kids, even to me is just fiber casting because. What are we if it doesn't make any fucking sense? What is the point even and people like hundreds of people in school one school itself? If not thousands of people are sending their children off to school every day. And hoping that you are going to make make sure that outside of them getting an education, and they'll make it home mess because we can't whether how big. One likely home schooling home schooling on schooling. All that weirdos. You go out into the world. And then you decide what you wanna do you. We'll just let your interest guide you girl 'cause where you not going is Annette schoolhouse. I mean, that's not practical. But like. It doesn't have to be this way. This isn't just the way the world is all well, nothing can be done. We could be better. And you always hear of some school somewhere were principal counselor or teacher just took the extra time to give a fuck and actually listen to the students, and then they make them local news. And then they're on MSNBC because the students are just doing great. Oh, my God, they're graduating, blah, blah, blah. And it's like, why do you think that because they had a support system? They had people in place actually, gave a fuck, and yes, I heard a lot of times from my parents and other and other people adults in my life at like, one of those people, the bullies your life. They're you know, they're just reflecting such and such out onto you. Okay. So who was going to help them? So that they stop. I went to school the had a counselor who was like an emotional counselor. Right. And I remember that being like. More rare than it should have been. But also like kids very much need that because they may not have it at home. Like there has to be somebody somewhere who is going to hear these kids. And like just listen to what they have to say they have to be believed. They have to be heard and they have to be taken seriously. So the fact that acted like this is no big deal. And then say, oh, well, you think it's bad. Now. Once you get grown that doesn't inspire me to wanna get grown. It's already shit already blows. And they don't have the context of the world opens up so much more than just these mega you go to school with every day. Like, you're not helping in any way here. This is why so many kids do take their own lives are harm themselves are drop out or all of these other kinds of things. And then you just wanna SMH it like things can p came be done like more can be done. And I know a lot of teachers don't get paid enough. And a lot of these other school officials curious. All that type of stuff a make enough money and things like that. But like these kids come are Brown. Yeah. Come on. My only other read is it's a story. Okay. I let stories so I was high playing the game of thrones game the other day up three o'clock, maybe two o'clock in the morning. I decided it will snacktime didn't have any snacks the house. I decided to take a little walk over to the CVS not too near for me to get some things walks CVS and grabbed my things that go to the counter and their two niggers by the register talking about the game, bitches, whatever. One of them was quite large in rounds. The other one was a little bit shorter and thinner, so I'm just going to refer to them as Kenyon in Cal from here on out because I don't know that the name. Okay. I get it. So I go to the counter, and I'm wearing this jacket. Now, you have seen me where this jacket a million times. I'm sure I wear it all the time because it's comfortable. This is an off-white jacket ladies at home. Flash. No. I mean Br the off white is the label. Never know your brands dollars shit that I cannot identify now. Here's the thing. Okay. It is a camel jacket. Right. But that is I think if people probably who know me or at least play close enough attention now that like black and Cam, oh, that's my tea like especially for most of the year when it's cold all black a camel, Jack. And I'm done. I Dr exactly so it's three in this motherfucker by ships and fucking blow pops whatever fucking dumb high, and I smoke house all men because of blue diamond smoke house is always a pro for. So I up to the register. Right. And I'm wearing his jacket. It's a cammo off white bomber is all my Instagram in case you want to know which jacket this specifically, but it's important to the store. Okay. Kale asks me when I get to the fucking register. He's like this off white, right? Right. And I'm like, yeah. It is. He's check is fire. Brown said, thanks, then he goes, you can only get those online though. Right. Like, you can't you can't go. You can't go to a store and get it. I'm like no about this tax. He goes, oh, how much you pay jacket? You know, it was off. Why don't know how much it costs? I said, I don't really know. All remember. You probably do. This goes he says Scoffing. Oh, so you ain't pay you for. You know, they they will know how much some causing means they for it in what I thought was an accusatory tone. I felt. He was implying that I'm opt this jacket from out of the store. So I was offended. Let me tell you ask she fucking nigger son echoes. First of all foremost, I'm not wetness jacket this jacket, probably smell like weed in sweat. I've worn it. So many times like this is not a stunt jacket is comfy. It gets the job done. In terms of warmth as strap inside here case, I to like take it off and not taking it off. I just think the jacket's cute handy. So I'm not stunting this this off white jackets sweetheart, you are how can I was so upset because I was so like taken aback by his implication that I didn't even I think that as I'm getting older a lot of unique are starting to get away with lot more than you would if I were twenty twenty one twenty because had I Jane ten years younger mugshots. I think I just said after he said that to me I was like honestly was probably over a thousand. But I don't really remember old. So anyway. But. Bits. Let me tell you something. How Kercheval let's I want to start with what he said what I wanted to say conclude. First of all how you are. So priced over this Jack that's off why you could immediately recognize that it off why? And you also know that that means that it's pricey. But you didn't know that you go to a store and get it. So like where? Where does your where's your knowledge? Furthermore, so they imply that I stole this jacket or like didn't pay for this jacket because I don't remember how much it cost. It is incredibly pathetic sweetheart you like the jacket look at a you know, what I'm saying. And do your best to get one. If you wanted so bad, first of all, let me say that when I bought this jacket. This is the first off anything that I bought, and I didn't know anything about off white when I bought the jacket about the jacket again because I thought that it was cute, and I like camel tracking. It wasn't until I got as maybe like a year or two is it called off. Why cause us the colored stripes? I think I don't I don't know. Okay. I really don't. I have no idea. Name is confusing. I bought it. Because I thought that it was cute is cute. And then afterwards when I'm maybe we're going on tour at some point. And I we were in JFK, and I saw Nick I'll never forget an airport who had on a different kind of jacket me. He was like damn a black hoodie or something. But it had these same stripes down the sleeves and had this cross on the back. So when I saw his jacket. I was like, oh, so this must be some sort of a label. I I had no idea. What off white was dropped thousand plus dollars on Jie-Won to the Jackie because it was Q. Wow. Boom. What lack? It wasn't until much later that I realized that oh Virgil blow has his like line of clothing, and it's like the new hot shit cute. What ever since then I've gotten some other pieces, but I didn't buy Jack. Because off my about it because it was nice and it was comfortable. So the fact that you're even so oppressed over this jacket, and you just can't take that somebody could simply walk into a nigga at that. 'cause I almost feel like had I been some white bitch that you would have had. No trouble understanding that I could while you could you could not fathom that a black dude smaller and more than likely younger than you was able to walk into a store and buy a jacket that you're just assume you don't know how much it costs. You didn't even know you could walk into a department store in fucking get it. But you have trouble believing that I paid for this jacket because I didn't remember how much it costs. Make sense. Furthermore, asking a complete stranger. How much they paid for something is tacky as fuck. I don't know why do. Different up here. People don't give a fuck dot is so gross. When thing much Randy. I was just about to say what they will openly ask you that like is like not taboo shit is so tacky. It's so gross. So that wasn't knowing himself knows what I want is to say. Now what I wanted to say. The only reason I didn't say I feel like is because it was equally tacky to me. What I wanted to say was also the truth, but it would have been I didn't ask how much the jacket Causton life. Did I told them throw it in a bag? That's my life. They're the Mike's on the grounds. I don't understand what you girls. Furthermore. Bryce love the jacket would have actually been lost in the grand total of all of the items that I purchase that day. Because this Jackie was not the only thing that I bought so whatever the price is lost among other things that I thought it says access avenue in Manhattan that day, you worry about you. And what you doing save up and possibly you can cause this is not even a jacket that's in season anymore. So good luck. Finding it wherever you can. If this is the jacket that you want. There's a whole off-white display in sacks. I was just there maybe a week or two ago if you wanna go and check out what they have at the moment. But what you do is looking my black hard working mother fucking asks and act like I had to go and steal any motherfucking thing. 'cause a was never sweating the label. You saw this jacket in besides saying that it was cute. You immediately recognize that it was a label because of. The stripes that has down on the side, which I had to discover in the street. I didn't even know what the fuck this shit was what I bought it. I knew that it was cute and you're pressed over a jacket that you cannot afford it and don't know where to buy. So you felt like you had to diss me to make yourself feel better about you bid. We're not gonna do that. I'll be back in your CVS and made all the night for some more high snacks and this label or whatever the fuck is that I'm feeling like wearing I've my girl. Right. And you can simply stew on it. That's what you can do nothing to play. What you bitches, no more. I try to remain in my little box. I try to be humble and just eat it. I'm saying do my own thing. You're not gonna try me bitch. 'cause I don't have to steal a motherfucker. Thank Furthermore, if if times were hard like that for me if I was out here scraping it as I've done in my lifetime. Four jacket is the last label jacket that about this. I would be wearing Uniqlo's finace. I got it at rust. I don't give a fun. No, no, God, damn labor deal. Same as Jackie will more than likely be at Marshall's in a year or two if you look hard enough, even girls are play-. I'm I still some boohooed feel some money. If I was that that hard out here with a Jackie a jacket and not even to sell it to wear. See this is what's wrong with you? Nick is now your priorities are all fucked up about throwing thug thing. And now top of that. I couldn't even by what I wanted to because I swiped everything up like scanned everything. And then the fucking little card reader was frozen. Oh, the things not working or whatever. He's like. Oh, yeah. Does that sometime? I guess we're not gonna be able to help you. I'm so so you can't sell anything. You're saying that you can't make any sales. You know, the thing is just is it does that sometimes? Oh, you understand that business bar you up. You can cannot like oh. So maybe they can only take cash. No. It was just won't open it up like the read everything they were like we they literally like sorry. Why are you even worrying about my jacket bitchy, you'll be gone? The fuck home. You wanna clock at three o'clock in the morning stew in. I truly love it based you got me dice. Right. You got me absolutely fucked daddy's dragged around even hardly give a fuck about bitch. I didn't know what the fuck off white was when I got this guy damn jacket. I liked it. I bought it. Catch a good night. I just wanted to know you could've what jacket for the next twenty years. I would've never known it. Hello any fucking thing. L? Hello who care on the chew liked. But I don't know what this shit is like the name is just big on it, and you don't even be doing shit like that. Because that also to me is taxed so you can do a certain print their classic labels that have like grants that are cute horse, depending on how they do it. But these girls who just be wearing this big ass all white shirt. They just say bomb our on across the front and they pronounce it Balmain Beatty. I don't have time. You got me lost. Mine is news that you rich. Let me actually get back on my bed and continue vaping. My weed bitch and playing game of thrones. While you sitting here worried about what the bitch got on coming into your job actually know me when I walk in the door sex. Okay, parcel Chiappa on the pieces pulled from me. You don't under then about that life Negga? This has over jacket on fuck worried about bid imagine if I would have walked in there actually trying to be dolled. Don't track pants and these same ass fucking sneakers. I wear to the gym and a sweater and jacket and you talking about you know, he paid for it. Do not know it's just like no chuckled. No L away much of this conversation should not have been saved because we don't know one another. If you weren't mega. If you weren't you win. Oh, oh. Would actually. Yeah. Had to like you better. You know, Cassivi. This my CVS breast on the fat. You are black man. And I just wasn't even make hard for you like that. 'cause I absolutely had. You had you been some white boys? You could eleven it. That's off white nice jacket. There was nothing else. Could he didn't even say that to be honest with you? It's crazy because when I first are wearing a jacket like around Harlem, I used to get in comments from niggers mostly negative all the time on the street that's profile jacket like all of the time. And I'm just thinking, it's cute. It's not. And then I thought it dude in the airport that one time like, oh, this must be a label. That's popular. And then what did you do like, Google it? What did you then I looked it up? And I was like, oh, this is July. Me girl, you pitches law. So you've got the wrong one. I love it. All right. Well, actually did find a pass the reason I'm gonna do that. Now. You too. This comes from Neil. And Neil writes, this read is dedicated to every black momma daddy, any uncle an play cousin who had the fucking nerve to fix. They mouth and say something about my body during family gathering. This raid is a quick reminded you gossiping assholes that my body and how much I weigh is none of yoga damn business. Yes. Any I know how much I'm eating. So you've had in my belly as a reminder is unnecessary and rude. Yes, neighbor. I know I've gotten bigger since you last saw me when I was a child labor and your prayers for me, and my health unnecessary out there you and daddy you the worst of all joking about how my stomach is hiding a basketball, and you wanna borrow it. So you could shoot some hoops, wait. Oh, uh-huh. Oh, we should actually cussed. Daddy. I was literally out 'cause my dad. Yeah. No. I would've saw red. If I'll pay about home bills on a separate place. I'm dragging me. And my big ass. Let's just fight. I would legit customer. Okay. My bad. My body is not a joke. And it's definitely not something you need to concern yourself with in fact, what you should worry about is how your marriages fail in your son is out here spraying seed like butter laws and support about how you'll alcoholism is masking depression and causing you to destroy every close relationship, you have or how Flynn still don't have clean water fixate on anything else. Other them body as a queer black man living in America. Acquainted with reminders of how my body is up for debate. Without my permission by the white gays, which is a read for another mother fucking day. Do I get up every morning dress myself? So yes, I know what I look like my body is how I wanted to look and get the fuck would. I like how I am. And the blackouts bottom line is that that is all I will ever care about like plaza. You wanna argue I can't argue in you know. Apply coming out of this. I got it. Alone reference. Inclusion worry about yourself don't ever say to me or anybody else about the body ever again. Go confirm Neil, love piece, chicken grease. Absolutely. Yes. I know that we are gearing up for some are the weather's getting warmer. A lot of y'all dieting whatever that's your business. I just want you to know summers. Get whatever body I give it. We're gonna have a good ass time, regardless. And if you've got something to say about it just understand that that is your feelings about my body. It ain't got nothing to do with me. I'm so glad that I'm out of ignorance, ask youthful state of mind. Like who the fuck here's somebody else's body is giving like this like. Right. Do you worry about your monthly? If most of your business, and like, this nigga just said, I get up and get myself dressed every day really think I didn't know out hosts know Vanni lead. Why did you really think I had no idea that was big? So you showed up. Emirati list of my body size. People are all deserve the same kindness. Respect, you know, just because they are human beings. So if somebody is shooting to you about it than absolutely like that comment. Daddy may show. I definitely let mega less to square up. Dazzled everybody who's going to be dealing with weirdo, family members and friends asking you why you got short. Why are you doing this? Why are you not exercising? Why you bitch? Minor flagging businesses do that bitch. Amen. Thank you for sending that in agreement. Full. You're right. And I think that is going to wrap up this extremely long episode of the is that three hours many minutes is that we'll see after all the edits whether it's actually three hours but to an hour. Yes, check us out. This is the re dot com on social media at this is the read also make sure you check out Filo Filo has over fifty of your favorite channels like HDTV AMC VH1. MTV AME, and so many more you can enjoy live and on demand TV plus unlimited recording for only twenty dollars a month with no contract needed Bilo is on Roku Islas fire, TV Android and apple TV. You can start your free trial instantly with no credit card needed at Filo dot TV slash read. That's P H I L O dot TV slash aria Di great way to get caught up on some shows or to discover some new shows. All right Kefir, any news from you this week. For me. No. I don't believe that. I have anything. News update UF. Yeah. I'm looking and I don't think so either thank you to the green space for having me last week at sure black icons of podcasting. They're doing cenex enough. Like, all I'm coming back down here to see it. 'cause I wanna cons of podcast. Don't they they they did not tell me what it was going to be called? I would have never agreed to do that. You would have literally never. It was a great time. I'm glad that we can even say are black art cons podcast. You know, I'm glad and I am honored to be considered that end, you know, lately. The universe has been letting me know that I'm going to have to start standing in. I'm going to have to accepting it because really I'm only going up from here. So it's just time to be real myself about it. You know? So thank you so much for the honor. I am again incredibly honored by that. And I think that's for me as well. Shutouts comma Harris forgetting Bill bar together today, if you have really SIS let the prosecutor jump out when I tell you. You have to watch it. I can't even I'm not even gonna try to spy just go, Google, comma, Harris, I'm sure it's all over every while some people standing today, but didn't know why when I tell you she was asking like, you, you have to remember that this is what she so you're not gonna be able to bullshit away out of these questions with comma hairs, it was just absolutely brilliant. I stand it's like, eight minutes of perfection. So go watch that. But yeah, I think that's it. For me. I'm gonna go home get on spouse mates to be honest are. For these. Hot restaurants are. So thanks for listening guys. We'll see you next week.

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Fame is a Bitch

35:41 min | 2 years ago

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"From workhouse connect in a j Benza. Vein. He liked to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex camps is the guy put the cop and the peacock network. Okay. Bitch. Hey, everybody AJ Benza here for famous bitch. This is January twenty first twenty nineteen and the month is almost over to Mason setter felt like three days talking about avenue. You don't start January seven nine. Any on tape in this on Saturday? I was watching the Trump speech. You know, actually one thing I like about the last couple of speeches is done is that he's done it. And it's not been. I mean, he does tweet he have stop the tweets. But the fact that he's standing up and doing it leading America's see him. I like that. Yeah. Of course, the Democrats aren't gonna take this. But I think in long run it's good because he shows them on compromising, and you guys don't wanna compromise in who knows Nancy. Plus is gonna do the one thing about Nancy Pelosi, drives me crazy. You know, this something going on her brain. I don't wanna say dementia because I tell you, frankly, I can look at her and tell you that she was very very Pretty Woman when she was young she's still attractive. But when she speaks it always looks like she's trying to keep the dentures in her head from not flying out is like a little battle going on like when Trump as the nose breathing. Nancy does that thing Chuck has his lip. He licks his lips. They all got their things. What I used to have my show on on E. I can't watch me sometimes because I had this show on tell you, and you're gonna search for it. I had this tick. My right shoulder. I would keep rolling it before they before they once they said action. I would roll my. I look like an idiot and the like to epilepsy in my body. I caught a story a couple of weeks ago, and I mean to get into it a little bit. It's not really about fame per se, but it's a phenomenon about people having really short memories. And sometimes the memories get. So bad at a time and over something, you bet your life that will never happen. Like, if I asked you if you think that ever be a statue of our Kelly outside an all girl school one day. I'm sure you'd say no no way that would never happen. Even if I tell you the big bronze statue was going to be erected there eighteen years from now, you'd still say Gada, he it's not gonna have what if I asked you do you think one day, they'll be something in a nice Jewish neighborhood called Hitler's green grocers. You know, I don't know. Of course, it wouldn't be loaded. Chris I'm gonna tell you something real quick when me and my co writer at the daily news Michael Lewis, we'd sit in the office sometimes and have time to kill. We used to do the stupidest thing we would call information that's four zero one. One for youngsters and we would ask them with a really straight face. Hi, I'm trying to get a number for Hitler's green grocers. And it is something about that word that the operate was say, I'm sorry. What he say Hitler's how you spelling that Hitler like the Nazi? And they would know what to do. And they look for a not finding anything for Hitler's green grocers. Really? Can you try Hitler's grocery we did this all day? I don't know why. It's funny to me. It's not about not laughing because Jews were killed just the absurdity of asking somebody to look for address with the word Hitler. And anyhow, by the way, I had a kid in high school named Scott Hiller. I opened wonder if his real name wasn't Hitler like way back in the day. Maybe he had a grandpa the forties, or whatever who said we got to change his fucking name. This name was wonderful until nineteen thirty nine. There's got to be so many Hiller 's who were once Hitler's because you've never met a Hitler in your life. Right. Anyhow just want they any. But sometimes. Things happen. And you just can't believe it. I remember after nine eleven there were plans to open an Islamic musk not too far from ground zero and people will go in Asia naturally, but eventually this Muslim prayer space was built at fifty one park place, two blocks from the World Trade Center site and nobody's yelling screaming outside of it. Maybe that's good. Maybe that's bad. Whatever it is. But this new thing what if I tell you somebody thought it would be a good idea to install a nine foot statue paying tribute to Saudi Arabia and displaying its flag right inside the nine eleven memorial. Well, now, I'm here to tell you. That's exactly what happened before smarter heads prevailed. I wish I was in that fuck original meeting how clueless and how cruel can people be even though you could take an endlessly emotional tour inside the memorial. That features so many pictures of the three thousand dead and possessions that had been gathered under the rubble teddybears baby shoes photo ID's jewelry pictures while. It's pendants phones you name. It was collected. It was carefully cleaned up and put on this play to remind everybody how a few seconds before that horrible day happened. These people would no different than you. And I not to mention on that same tour. You can put on headphones and listen in on a ton a person. Kohl's that were made by people who knew they were going to go down on those planes. Why calling kids is calling you know, lovers crying to love just horrifying. You could also hear the voices of those fucking Saudi Arabian hijackers anyhow for week or so that statue sat at the nine one one memorial and people of New York City, pull their hair specially people who lost loved ones on those planes over blown to pieces in that building. And then finally right before I was going to book a flight home. So I could see this insanity. And I don't know maybe piss all over it. It was gone you'd think New York's frigging mayor the Blasios would have sprung into action immediately. Now, he was too busy being coy about a presidential run. It was also too busy tilling everybody. He knows he's in favor of giving legal aliens. Fremantle anyhow, eventually port authority officials decided to remove the art exhibit and place it somewhere else after they realized, you know, people might be outraged since fifteen of the nineteen hijackers on September eleventh were Saudi Arabian citizens and not for nothing. There are plenty of victims families and survivors that have sued Saudi Arabia under the claim that it's people had willfully helped the nine eleven hijackers. But you know, the Middle East Asian. However has denied its involvement. Let's just let's just move on from that not that it matters. But this statue was fucking ugly. Okay. It looks like a giant piece of candy and the French artist Lawrence Janko the person who created it did. So to honor the countries in the g twenty summit, even she understands it shouldn't have been placed there. She said it herself. She said given the unique and justified sensitivities showcasing the flag of Saudi Arabia or relocated to a less sensitive location. But there's no way I can do such a thing as the flag of Saudi Arabia is entirely part of the G twenty just as any other candy flag of this candy nation shows. That's fine. Just put it somewhere not as sensitive for God's sake. How could they do that? That's exactly what the port authority. Thirty has decided to do. But in all their fuck intelligence. You're not gonna believe where they decided to drop it. You ready the exhibit is being moved to JFK airport. And I wish I was in that meeting guys real quick. We gotta move the statue right away. Apparently, putting it where the airplanes crashed and killed free thousand people was a little off putting to some folks any ideas anybody where we can move. This thing to anybody. Yes. You have out we put it far away from the city like at JFK airport. I liked the way you think so not where the planes crashed. But where the planes took off with all those wonderful, innocent salt. Got it done and done. You believe this shit goes on. I bring this shit up because you know, I look I want you younger people who listen to this show. Remember after I'm going. On the statues and the exhibits erected down the road, think of them while you spending your youth trying to get statues of Christopher Columbus torn down or you listen grant, or Thomas, Jefferson owned, whoever the fuck bothers you so much since you all have so much manufactured outrage. Bottled up inside of you, ask yourselves. How you missed that disgusting display down at ground zero. And while about can we get all those metoo warriors together in one place at one time. So I could ask them all the question. Let's get them all rounded up. But I wanna get a lot of black women more than any other group. And I'll tell you why. Because I want to ask them where they were when our C CA announced that woman beater, Chris Brown was awarded the biggest recording contract ever at RCA where are your picket signs? Where's the pussy hats ways? The great big March. What am I missing? Can riana make a statement baby. Where is everyone's memory? And why is it so short? Saudi. That's what happened RCA records signed a new deal with Chris Brown. This is the guy who pleaded guilty to a two thousand nine salt against Riyan, and he's been involved in multiple other violent incidents over the past decade. Here's just had that one horrible night in two thousand nine the timing of this announcement is curious at best flat out horrifying at worst. But let's take a look at some of some of his greatest hits. If you pardon the pun, and I'm not talking about his songs. Okay. The Riano salt is one thing. And in my opinion. The worst thing we all saw face, but just a few years after that he and Drake's entourage were involved in a brawl in New York City nightclub in which eight people were injured. Same year Brown. Tens of party, by the way, he was dressed as an Islamic terrorist at night and Riano was president as well. And that was in violation of a restraining order that she taken out against him after the assault separately. He threw chair out a large window in a fit of anger after an interview on good Morning, America. After Robin Roberts asked him a question about the incident that he deemed too personal the following year. Chris Brown, it's arrested for felony assault in Washington DC after him and his bodyguard were involved in a fight with two guys outside a hotel. But the charge was later reduced to a misdemeanor, and he spent thirty six hours in jail. Also that year he and his entourage had a a thing with the the singer Frankie ocean in LA where guy Brown's entourage punched and threatened Frank ocean with some gay slurs. But again, no charges were brought also in twenty thirteen Brown's probation was revoked after alleged hit and run accident LA in October he entered her rehab facility. But was it. Jetted from violent behavior the following month. He was sentenced to three months anger management treatment center. Let's flip over the record to the bee's. I'd because there's more the following March was arrested after being jetted from facility were judge headed him to remain after his ninety day treatment in may he was sent to jail and later sentenced to one hundred and thirty one days for probation violation. He was given an early release in twenty fourteen but he remained on probation the following January. He's probation gets yanked after violated its terms by traveling outside LA for a private performance at a nightclub. And once he was there. What do you know? A fight broke out. There was gunfire. Five people were shocked in June of twenty sixteen. He was sued by his former manager for salt battery and in August the same year he was arrested on suspicion of a salt with a deadly weapon after its Schick called police and said he threatened her. Oh, by the way, I forgot the squeeze in his busy April. He was accused of punching. Photographer and the charges were not brought against them then in June of twenty seventeen judge granted his former girlfriend Carucci TRAN a restraining order against because he allegedly he texted her violent threats. And then last July was busted in West Palm Beach, Florida on a felony battery warrant and was led off stage in handcuffs at the coral sky amphitheatre. He was booked released less than an hour after posting two thousand dollars bail. All this apparently motivated RCA to award him a great big contract and allow him to keep his masters, and that's an opera poll were because Chris Brown is clearly the master here. No matter how badly he treats women. No matter how many times he breaks the law. No matter how many times women run away screaming and crying. He gets rewarded if you were him would you change? So news broke last Friday night. And I didn't tape anything Friday night. But somebody in Wendy Williams camp thought, intelligently and said, look she ain't getting any better in everybody's talking about this controversy. So we could just casually announced that when the needs more time. And maybe since it's late Friday. Nobody really see this and it room won't run wide around the country. That was the way to handle things twenty years ago. But nowadays, it doesn't matter what time of day you announce anything everybody sees it and the internet runs with it. And it's all over the world and three point five seconds. Anyhow, Wendy Williams. Wendy Williams, family went on Instagram to announce that she's again been forced to postpone return to her talk show until further notice as she's receiving treatment for grave's disease. Don't believe an ounce of that. I mean, I'm not disputing that. She suffers raves as he's. But that's not what this about. Anyhow. The announcement as Wendy Williams hunter previously shared. She fractured. Her shoulder and has been on the mend over the past. Few days. Wendy has experienced complications regarding graves as that were required treatment. The family statement read Wendy will be under the strict supervision of her physicians and as part of care there will be significant time spent in the hospital despite her strong desire to return. She is taking a necessary extended break from her show to focus on her personal and physical wellbeing. I love this. The family says would've fuckers are husband kidding. He's lying to us. Just has he's lied to her for years. And I'm sure he lies to his girlfriend when he says, I'm gonna leave soon baby soon. It's going to be meeting you baby. He's the king of liars. Kevin hunter he sends out press releases. It should be called suppress releases because he tells us nothing. The statement concluded Wendy. Thanks everybody in advance for their well wishes and respecting her and the hunter family's privacy during this time. When I read that I envisioned her gag and harm tied in the corner of her room as he took off his girlfriend and went to the thirty eight hundred square foot house that he bought her a couple of miles away from the house. He shares with Wendy, by the way that thirty eight hundred square foot house the one eight border. It's now up for sale because apparently the mistress is pregnant. And he and Wendy or denying reports that Kevin hunter is the one who finally impregnated sharia Hudson after their ten year affair, anyhow, that's old news. The newer news. Is that all this is happening after Wendy took three weeks? She took three weeks off from work on doctor's orders in February of last year after having serious health problems stemming from grazes Z's and hyperthyroidism after that she promised a better Wendy being twenty nineteen when she was interesting more concerns over her well being on social media last month, then she copped to taking pain pills for the first time at the she slurred ho words during taping delivered what she called was a less than stellar show. So now with dealing with the third time that she's delayed her return to show since going on break to rest and heal over the holidays. She was meant to go back to work on January twenty first and as her family noted in their recent statement. The Wendy Williams show will air repeat episodes the week of January twenty first and will produce original episodes with a variety of house starting the week of January twenty but this is all sub diffuse it's all bullshit. Just Friday radar magazine said she was spotted in a car with her husband, and she looked very frail and very weak. She had a huge blonde wig on her head. And she didn't like she was having a good time. At all me. Meanwhile, Kevin drove the cost straight into the garage, and the people who were there said that after the car parked in the garage, Wendy did not move. They couldn't see a figure in the house going pass windows wherever she went she stayed and they haven't seen her since. But I'll tell you some right now radar and the National Enquirer have guys staked out all around that house. So whatever moves she makes next won't be a mystery. And the inside word. Inside word is she ain't long for the show. I love how that's gonna shake out. I'm not sure the exact details regarding contracts and everything but. I think it is certain point. You gotta put your health ahead of you work. Then again with all the all the bullshit. Her husband brings into a life. The show was probably always a safe spot to be, you know, but that's changed now because once you can't do your job anymore once you're fucking fainting. You can't read the prompter. And you know, what is because she suffering from this disease or she's deep into an addiction or she can't stand with her husband is doing to her publicly. It's time to walk away. She's got enough money. And trust me when a person who who talks about people for a living begins to get talked about you got to have tough scanner. It's gonna crack you man. So there's no doubt Pat of trouble right now is the fact that she talks about people now she's being talked about. That's gotta hurt because nobody feels bad when Tatler gets tattled on. I've been there the best thing she could do. And I swear I think this is within our because she's always model self as a jersey girl and somebody who can face the truth. The best thing is to stand there and cop to everything sing you chair talk to your fans, you can yell and holler. If you want cry when you have to but let your audience in on it, and they'll feel the pain, and they won't desert. You they'll love you even more. I was thinking about this the other day. I have these conversations with myself out loud. When life gets a little overwhelming. We all do it. My sister Rowsley does my nephew. Does it one time? I sister was having a hard time because when she first married, my brother-in-law, Jack his mother stayed with them for a while. And then this the visit turned into a much longer stay, and you know that saying about two women in the kitchen. My sister was going crazy because a couple of times, I think Jack took his mother's side. And that's not what my sister wanted to hear. So I've seen my sister. You know, having these imaginary arguments at the sink, smell, you know, I thought she was praying because she always praise for the whole family when she's washing dishes. That's one of the things she does. So I said wrong what the fuck stolen will you fighting? And she laughed, and she's now, you know, she told me that she was already staging the arguments. She knew she was going to have. And she was getting her lines ready. And I do the same thing. So when the real fight starts, you wouldn't believe how quick back and spit my shit out. But anyhow it keeps you sane sometimes to talk to yourself. But what I do is. I put the ear buds in my ear. And if I'm walking seven eleven or whatever walking around the block people at least think I'm on a phone call. So I'm walking down the street the other night, and I was kinda rehearsing what I was gonna talk about on Monday show and part of it was talking to you guys. Every day is such a good thing for me. It really is writing is a very solitary life. When I worked at newspapers. I I never loved anything more because you want in everybody shout at you. It's like cheers. Everybody knows your name, and your breaking balls, you tell stories you going over things strategizing as editorial meetings. I've always. Loved knowing things before anybody else does. So you know, there's nothing like a busy newsroom for that. Even when we took a lunch break a bunch of us would go down to the bar at bottom of the daily news. And you know, you got a hamburger a couple of martinis you shoot shit for ninety minutes before we went back upstairs and got serious. It was the greatest life. But now to be a writer as a very solitary life, and I get lonely. I do better work. But it's a trade off. There's nobody next to meet a laugh with or or just know that I'm around, but I opened the mail and Chris star. Sent me a sopranos book, and you know, and then before the break, another listen to send me to really, cool, bracelets. I wear every day. I'm so mad because I can't remember his name because with right before Christmas and somebody things have gone on since then a hope he hears this and rightly back, so I can thank him publicly. And then and then Katherine speed says, she's gonna semi Texas rodeo basket don't know what that is. But I know case speed is always top shelf. The hallway anyhow gives a great. You don't have to send me gifts. But they great when they come. I really appreciate them. But it's more that I know that you guys are role there, and you work hard when you know that people are listening whenever I write anything the only people I think about is who I used to call my front row, and as the people who sit in the front row of your life. We've all got a front row. You know, mine is different now than it used to be it's ever changing. But the front rows always filled but beyond the front row for a long time was the entire city of New York that was a huge high the best time of my life. New York is a very different city than any of the place in America when you step out onto the street or go to a restaurant or ride the subway. You can actually see people reading your column, and they tell you so in public, Amen. Great piece today great column, but when I left the newspapers in Rhode for different, magazines, and periodical and papers out here in LA didn't have the same gratification. No, one says great story out here in LA. It's just not an LA thing. L A's visual new is cerebral the point of all this. Now a lot of you guys are my front row. Whether you sending me something good in the mail or saying something on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter. It's good. It feels good and then writing isn't so solitary anymore. What I'm saying is in one of the longest tangents of all time. Wendy Williams will feel good her fans will save her. If she finally opens up one day and speaks the truth. These lies her husband or her family is telling it just keeps putting it doesn't do any favors put it that way. Anyhow, Jesus I talked about Wendy Williams every day now enough about Wendy. But hey, real quick. I wanna mention real quick. My my rant on toxic masculinity. The other day, it was really popular. I think that really landed with a lot of us, and I'll tell you why that made me really happy. It's personal. I know some of you feel whatever I've strayed from Hollywood gossip you're not that happy. But look, here's the thing. I didn't start talking about doing a podcast until three three and a half years ago. I didn't listen to any. But I could see that that was the future but years before that I'd be lying. If I said, I never thought about doing what I do now for radio station, but there are many openings in radio especially out here in LA, which is odd because LA radio is fucking awful. I mean, nobody's interested. Nobody I spent two years with John Jillian barberie and John Phillips on KABC. I enjoyed that. They got a good report. We had a good time. And they let me say anything and. After I started telling some of my crazy stories, and I've told you this before Jillian took me side and said don't tell you good stories here, you should do podcast and save them for your own audience. And that got my mind run. I always love radio was a kid. But my love for radio hit a Zina's on nine eleven when Gumbel and I got in his rental car with my York each has Ray, and we packed the car with enough drugs out all we need it because let's face it. The world was coming to a fuck it end, and as relieving LA and entering the vodka, Michael Savage, kicked in and. I heard the national anthem plane, and you gotta put yourself back there how we all felt that day, and I never heard Michael Savage before that day Gump beloved him. So he comes on and it's a famous opening and he goes, ladies and gentlemen of the United States of America. The radical Muslims have declared war on America. We are at war. We are at war attention America. This is your Pearl Harbor in the world trade Senator a World Trade Center that no longer exists. It was the mollis by two jet airliners taken over by radical Toronto Muslims, ladies and gentlemen. You will never forget this day for as long as you live. It is time for you to come out of your sleep. It is time for you to put your hats on Ford time few to throw your pornography. Anna bonfire, turn off your sports turnoff. Your entertainment. You will not have an nation unless you wake up and stand up like a man. And I remember the chills I got that ran up my back in my arms. I add tears of rage in my eyes a million questions in my head and about twenty five hundred miles to go just a think about what the fuck just happened. And what it all means going forward, and I bring up Michael Savage because ever since then I've always listened to his show. I've been listening to him maybe three days a week for eighteen years. And as I got more and more into ice to say, I gotta have that kind of show. I gotta have that kind of platform. I know there are things I gotta say that that that that will resound in some people, I know I can make a difference. And so the other day, I did my toxic masculinity thing, and I was happy with it. A lot of you wrote me and said you heard it twice. I love that. And the next day, Michael Savage comes on and he does his Ted. On the same subject. And even referenced the same report. I did. And I was ready for for for for the master to give me chills like he often does. But I gotta say the show. I did was better. I said more I went deeper, and this is not an indictment on Dr savage. In fact, he just started his own podcast on January seven so tune in from time to time it just made me feel good. It made me know that I'm onto something. Because even if just for one day our show said more than his show. And then if that wasn't enough I get a message from my all New York City, buddy Hughie, gray, and you is tough mother fucker man, but he respects the hell out of women, and you he gives me some numbers, and he goes AJ forty three percent of boys are raised by single moms seventy eight percent of teachers were female. So that means close to fifty percent of boys have one hundred percent 'feminine influence at home and eighty percent 'feminine influence at school toxic. Masculinity is not the problem. The lack of masculinity is the problem. I thought hey, man, if what I said made Huey go off and find some stats that back it up. I'm doing something, right? And that's part of what I said earlier about having listeners and friends take to heart. What I'm saying? It makes me. But it makes being lonely worth it put it that way. And I gotta tell you. There's a couple of stories on working on that. I don't wanna just cram into the end of this show. One of them has to do with a friend of mine a guy of worked with on TV fairly recently, and it has to do with his marriage full on apart because of a drug problem. It has to do with his wife not wanting him in their house anymore. And. I'm going to tell that story. But I'm going to get some details and has courtesy to him. I'm gonna let him know that that's going on. And this is a guy that had a drug problem in the past who is claim to be sober for a while. He's been very vocal about our president. And. It's just one of those things I happen to know a lot of things about him recently where a lot of the way he's acting and has acted about the president is very much. The pot calling the kettle black. And I'm gonna tell the story probably on tomorrow show when I get facts to really back it up. But I know it's true. And I don't like these stories because it has to do with the man's life falling apart. And if what I hear is one hundred percent true. This is the kind of thing that a person like him what make on their own. So I don't wanna be flipped with it. I don't wanna be careless with it. I want to really make sure I get it. Right. And I'll do that tomorrow or Wednesday. Either way you'll hear it in its entirety. And no one has the story. Guys, the cut the short because my throat is fuck it up, and I cannot afford to get sick for the third time in what six months, this is ridiculous. Anyhow, listen, good show coming up tomorrow. Another thing about Theresa Jude ice, judy's, whatever the fuck she pronouncing the last name, I never could pronounce it. Honey bench three hundred you. I don't know the fucking real housewife. I gotta I gotta do Seon her on the end it there guys know recipe, I could not thank my cream of the crop. You'll get a nice big one on Wednesday. I'm AJ Benza sounded like shit. And that was fame is a bitch.

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I Can't Win With My Mom...

"The longer. I work from home. The more certain things start to bug me like the tile work in my house I decided it was time to enjoy looking at my kitchen. So I called architectural ceramics. Architectural ceramics is a certified female owned business they have tile for every job every budget their showroom is open to the Public Cova compliant appointments are recommended. Let one of their tail professional's guide you on your. Next. Project at one of their five locations Rockville. Bethesda. Baltimore Vienna in Alexandria and also at ARCHITECTURAL CERAMICS DOT com. Hello to your beautiful thumper criminals back with another episode of Crystals nightcap. Tonight. Wendy Williams fires her deejay deejay booth and he's threatening to expose her Tori trash bag lanes comes out with an album denying he shot meg the stallion and my mom is angry at me for participating in the Lop Challenge. Sit Back Relax. It's crystals nightcap. 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I like to bring my dad on to Chit Chat with him on Air. So here's how that Combo went today my dad on the phone hey pops prince et poppy what are you doing watching watching my son play basketball or? Hall of side. My brother junior and my nephew Alex. Time. Poppy this is my work phone. You can facetime on this land line. Crystal and the bone me hold a the. Crystal. Hi. I'm missy guys we'll talk to later. Okay. bye-bye. bye-bye pops gay that means when I go over tomorrow and finally GONNA be on my nephew I. Miss Him so much a little duck. Okay. Now we're GONNA get into sharing the cheese may everything that has to do with celebrity stuff and what's trending and was going viral again twit. meow. y'All have you seen the My God look how? We're sharing the cheese may we share the May? Oh, the cheese made good to date. It has to do with the one and only Wendy would really I Love Wendy Williams. You guys know this I. Have Said and shared that I don't one hundred percent agree with everything she has done or said but I do love what she's done for women I. Love What She's done for women in radio. I. Love What She's done for black women and even though sometimes she shows her petty ways sometimes she doesn't really give the Queen Energy that I think that she should be giving especially in terms of her divorce with her ex husband Kevin Hunter when he had a whole baby on her, she was out here making some petty posts but everyone deals with anger differently, everyone deals with heartbreaks differently. So I can't judge her for that. I am just someone who's going to say as someone who has had a very. Awful break-up and has done petty stuff after a breakup because of the break-up I will just say learning from my past experience is moving forward the best way to get over a break-up and the best way to look classy and hold her high with dignity is just to act like that person ever existed and just focus on you and your growth honestly, a best revenge is your paper like beyond said but. You know sometimes you gotta get petty if that's what you feel like you need to do. anyways. There's a lot of drama going on with Wendy Williams and her former DJ. His name is DJ booth, and if you watch Wendy you know him because she's always talking to him and stuff like five. You don't watch Wendy than you don't even know anything that I'm talking about I know there's some people love Wendy and some people who hate Wendy but this is some good team. So Wendy Williams. ended up firing deejay booth and replacing him with DJ suss one. And after he got replaced, he went on. INSTAGRAM. Live her talking. Talking period he started talking he was just saying, God, don't like ugly and I didn't know I was this powerful y'all I am super powerful more powerful than I thought. He was saying I am very thankful. I'm very grateful. I'm very blessed and at the end of the day, you don't know who really messes with soon who doesn't Mess Chew Bala have to say is it's about a real. This is so crazy is about a real and he says, I don't have the t I have the coffee. So. Did you move out here saying he's about a spill some coffee about Wendy Williams because we all know that's what that's about and if you aren't too familiar with the situation once. Wendy Williams and her ex husband Hunt Kevin Hunter broke up deejay booth was here coming to the rescue and she was hanging out with him all the time. There were going ever all the time on her show. He was even buying her gifts and they would kind of have little banter back and forth and. We're not dumb I like we know we are not dumb. We know when we're watching the show, they have that little side flirtatious I and even I could feel I could feel that there is a little some going on with Wendy and boof maybe that's her little booth thing. And I don't know why he got fired or why he's leaving but now he's on social media saying Hamlin to be in Charlotte who wants to work with me like let's work and now he's saying like I have nine gigs in one week I'm blessed Blah Blah Blah walk like I said best revenge is your paper best revenge is just leaving toxic situation and just focusing on you and like door booth is doing but a booth is out here lightwave threatening Wendy Williams saying that He. That things are GONNA go down, right. So then he put a poll on his instagram saying y'all want tea or y'all want the coffee and everyone wants the coffee. And on top of that. Is Just Wendy hasn't responded or said anything she's acting as if nothing happened but I know she's quaking in her boots because anytime someone says they have two years something either he does or either he's bluffing I, don't really know what is happening but like I said, we are not dumb we can revives we can read side is in my perspective this is just me this is just me this is why I think is happening. I think Wendy and Kevin. We're going through terrible terrible divorce and who comes to the rescue deejay booth to tell Wendy Wendy. You're a bad this and your queen, and I'm here for you and then. It's just human instinct when you're just like that to get close to someone that WHO's there for you and your confidante, right so I think that this is just my opinion. I think that Wendy Williams deejay booth maybe had an entanglement. because. He's young little piece of me on her show and he's Q. and he's a successful DJ and they might have had a little entanglement for a second. And then either booth was in about it anymore or Wendy wasn't about anymore and then at this point and booth wanted more money right? Because Wendy went on break a little bit during the pandemic and now she's back. So whenever you're GonNa break something and then you come back you on more money. So I think booth probably ask for more money and when he said, no, we ain't got budget for you. Boo just stay in your little deejay booth booth and keep buying me gifts because he was buying her gifts. I told you he was buying her sneaker he was the matching sneakers. A you know a boy's in love with you when he's buying you stuff. And he was buying her matching sneakers and she was of like flaunting a on her show she's like legal boof bought me right issues kind of looking at him. He was looking at her he was looking at hand you know. So now that Wendy has somebody else that's what I think happened is that they gone to a little entanglement and then for whatever reason it didn't work out and. Then when he decided to hire someone else because maybe booth. Maybe, booth just didn't want the wind anymore or maybe Wendy was just over the booth and that never ends right. That is why I have said from the beginning it is not a good idea to entangle in the workplace especially if it's your career now, if it's like a hobby or just like a little side job, I don't think it's that big of a deal because who cares right but entangling in the workplace can definitely be an issue especially if it's your boss if it's your boss, it's bad. Okay. If it's your co worker, it's pretty bad. Because when you untangle in the workplace, there's only two things that are going to happen. Okay either. One guys are GONNA lose feelings for each other and is going to be awkward for everybody. Or? You're GONNA get married. That's literally the only situation that can come out of a workplace entanglement and that's why I said if it's your career. Do you should not be getting involved with anyone in the workplace, and if it's just like a hobby or a side thing who cares you know we've all had those like beginning jobs, link crushes at our jobs and might have entangled or not. You know that's okay. But if it's your actual career, that's why when I started here a wild as intern, I always told myself I will never tangle with anyone in the radio sphere not a Dj not. A jock, not a program director no one in promotions. No one I never wanted to get involved or anyone in this music scene because even not even like wrappers little skirt blouse them fun. But I knew him from even before you know what I'm saying. About people anyone that I meet right because I. It's hard for females as it is it any work place and then when we get entangled involved with someone unfortunately, it just gets even worse and then. That's why I was always like, nope non radio. No nothing. So thank the Lord. I've never had any type of situation had relations with anyone in the radio sphere, right? But I know people who have I know people who have and they're dating and they're happy and that's fine. But I, know people who have also and it just gets awkward because like I said either a works out y'all going to get married or a dozen, and then now there's problems in the workplace so. That's what I think happened here. Because wildwood Wendy Fire Deejay booth is fused out here buying her gives and they're out here hanging out getting flirty like right when they broke up, they were out and about everywhere there taking pictures together. Wendy even had a picture with him like between her house. Yes. Yes. and. I WANNA know I wanNA know what kind of TD debut can easily spill fries like what kind of coffee can he actually talk about? Like is he going to try to sue her like I? Feel like he can try to sue her and that'd be interesting and fun for entertaining I mean not for her you know for us as viewers. Out No. I have no idea. I would love for a deejay booth to let us know would love for Wendy to come on. Ebola Wendy's. Very. Good. I just not really wanted to share her business t so maybe not. Maybe, I can go to Wendy, show and Oscar because you guys know I have I have been on Wendy set and I was part of the audience. I had a dang near back spasms because of how excited and funny was Like I love her and I want to be like her one day but I also want to know what happened between her and Deejay booth. What do you think? Do you think? You know what I think, and they probably had an tangle may and they went wrong or do you think maybe had more to do with finances or I don't know what else could it possibly be? Let me know what you think also shows you know where to find me I'm matlock crystal roles and all those details exactly the video that he posted and photos of the new Dj all that and photos of them together are up Crystal Saas Dot Com. Now let's talk about Torey the trash bag lanes Tori lanes. You should know by now he is the one who allegedly shot meg, the stallion and defeats and then texted? Magda stallion sorry I was drunk and then today he has broke his social media silence after you will internet tried to deport him in cancel him. He tweeted today at one twenty eight pm to my fans dot dot dot I'm sorry for my silence dot dot dot dot. But respectfully dot dot I got time today dot dot dot dot dot dot nine PM PS T. She know what I did. I set my alarm for nine PM. And then Maya learn rang and then I ran to his instagram to if he was going to go on instagram live because that's what I thought I saw something on twitter say who wants to go on Orleans instagram live to bully him with. That's messed up and I know that he is going through things at the end of the day. He is a person you guys. He does have a mind body and spirit in no matter what the situation is he is still a person so. Let's just remember that but he said. At Nine PM, there is time to stay silent and a time to speak I said all I could say this all platforms and five minutes, Hashtag Day, Star so Tori lanes, I decided to try to get the bag and he put out a whole album y'all it is seventeen tracks and no-one have time to listen to every single track. But I WANNA pull up the first one, which is money over fall outs. And basically there's an intro and the intros explaining how everyone saying Tori lanes and how he's the alleged shooter of the Stallion Instagram in the pool with Kylie Jenner wishy backtracking was was she said originally that he was donkey of the day over and over again and then Tory comes in right because I was someone else and then Tory comes in and says. that. People are trying to frame him for shooting Meghan, but he put them boys ain't clean enough the he doesn't WanNa say anything he says got to keep quiet I can't jeopardize the outcome Wayne I see certain Guys Hayden. And he's like I gave these people features and maybe people famous. And I like. What I'm just very, very, very confused. Oh. My Gosh. Oh my gosh, and then he's talking about mega talion saying girl you had the nerve to write that statement on the affidavit no-one I do it but I'm coming at. my truest. Okay Oh Gosh Okay I. I'm very confused like he's the he said, they really got you thinking Tori lanes with do you in for real? Don't forget you was mine. I held it down and I kept a real. I. Like. Okay. I understand the Tory lanes is a musical artist and like this is what artists do like. If something serious happens to them, they'll use their music as a form to cope and as an outlet. But this is not the way you do it Tori like you should have came out as professionally with like a statement or I mean, I wouldn't even say video he should've come out with the of statement because now it's like Tori you're out you're trying to like get the bags for this get the coins for this. You know. I. Wish he would have been like all proceeds are going to you know fight a women battery or a fight for women's rights or fight against women assaults because Tori don't forget you've been accused multiple times of assaulting women. It is just like. I just I am not okay with this. I'm not sitting right with this. He goes on to say that he lost ten million dollars because of this called business, but he got ten million followers as role with him because they know his heart. Is just like you're you're talking about money and followers when literally female here got sean defeats he saying. Ask, you guys a couple of lessons. How are you going to get shot on your foot and don't h-know bones or tendons? Okay I like I'm very, very, very confused because now I'm kind of feeling because I I was like you had to make telling Gosh shot they the out of her why would she lie about something like that right or? Or try to cover something like that Oh because she wasn't really covering up she was just trying to like. Make the Sally said was she didn't immediately want to tell the officers. He shot her because if she did and they would probably killed him right and. We don't know anything other than that because all we know meg is putting out statements saying that he did do that. Now Tories out here saying that I didn't happen. He was framed and he's lost money off of this and I just like I feel like I don't even know who To believe. Right but Tory lane saying like what else a story like can y'all actually say something. Else. And then he's just like talking in the music about I got girls trying to you know get with me and I'm pouring Hennessy like. This is not the time. What are you doing? Like Meg was crying on Instagram live and you're out, you're writing songs about labor guineas and bands, and money and followers. Read the room like read the room I. AM. I way disgusted. I feel bad for her I feel bad for my stallion I feel like Tori lanes is just grime. Why are you going to put out a whole album when you should shipping putting out a statement? Not Okay at the end of the day. Yes. We weren't there. We don't know the details of what happened. We're going to have to wait and see what happens with the court case. But. This was not it short king. This was not the way to go because you are you're you make me even more mad and bitter and everyone on social media saying the exact same thing about how like? Why would you drop an album? You had waiting up for that? please. Explain how Williams getting accused of shooting woman is walking free. We don't get it and someone else tweeted somebody's lying through them. Teeth Hashtag toy so. Again. We don't know exactly what happened, but the story is not adding up toy lanes have passed and a history of being very aggressive towards women and being a jerk ball. So I'm still team Megan. No matter what. I don't see or understand why she would. Walk out of a car with her feet bleeding. That doesn't make sense to me to Orleans the saying that he didn't shoot her and then didn't Orleans texts are apologizing saying I was drunk. So what is happening ill growth? Yuck Tori, your trash till still Tori trash lanes I'm over at those details are up like I said like crystal size dot com. Now, California out here is just really doing great stuff for health and foreign environment. You guys that Governor Gavin Newsom, he's banning the cell, the sale of non gas cars. After two, twenty, thirty, five, oh my gosh twin thirty, five and fifteen years. How old am I going to be twenty, six plus fifteen, one two? Three, forty, six I'm I'm lost I'm lost I'm going to forty s around the time war oh wall. I wonder how my life's going to be. A member full extra car maybe a family I hope so. Anyways, I think that's dope and then Berkeley you guys is going to be the first city ever to ban junk food at grocery store checkout lines, I think this is great because your mental health grind and even if you're not there, it's okay. We should definitely start taking baby steps of getting there. I talk about little baby steps that I. Did in my podcast titled I Lost Twenty Pounds in two months and. I think it's just important because for the longest time America. We're known as the greedy girthy thick chubby country and why is that? It's because we have so much processed food. We have so many bad foods. We have so much junk and fast foods, and it's just not good for it's not healthy for us. It's not healthy for brains and it's not help you healthy for our bodies. So like I said, Berkeley plans on passing policy that bans any type of. Junk Food and this is the new healthy checkout ordinance foods high in sugar and sodium are not going to be allowed to be purchased from the checkout line at Grocery stores and for me like when I'm at the Grocery Store and I'm hungry and we're going through the checkout line. What do you see all the candy tip off pizzas all the sodas same thing i Ross like when I go to Ross. And I'm going through the checkout line was over there all these like snacks and this and that and try and get everything, and it's just not good for us. So this is going to be starting March twenty twenty one. So this coming March. It's going to start and then I'll actually be enforced the year after that. So January twenty, twenty, two like I said I think this is a really great move. I think we need to start slowly taking out junk food from our pantries and our houses like y'all know me, I was all about those Hot Cheetos I. Love Funny and I love truly eggs like candy but. If we. Of that stuff like I said, it's just not good for our minds and our bodies. So the more we can push out and processed food as well as we head over Tour Ganic now I actually shopped organic for the first time like my groceries. I got organics, Odia carrots, and through that and yeah, they definitely go bad very quick like my carrots are already shriveled and not only that they had dirt all over them. So I spend a little extra time cleaning them but is good for you like it's not. It's not injected with all these GMO's genetically modified organisms that you know make these fruits and. VEGGIES like way bigger than they are like haven't. You noticed that some fruits and veggies these last forever and you're like Dang, are you like Never GonNa go bad. That's why because of all the pesticides and GMO's that are in there and they're just not good for us have you ever tasted a banana and you're like this just does not feel like a banana. Is is not as like a banana like that happens to me when I go to recall when we go to like those, you have been to those all inclusive resorts and you're eating the fruit and stuff, and you're just like this doesn't taste like anything. That's why it's because usually it's just jam packed with all these genetically modified. Organisms and it's not like a true organic fruit or veggies. So just tastes like it it tastes fake. That's not good for is not good for our bodies like I said not good for our mind. So Good Job Berkeley Berkeley really out here pioneering Berkeley's all you're doing a lot I. Love Berkley, shots at Berkeley. Now you did notice that I was not here yesterday I just. Needed a day. Honestly, the news happened with Brian Taylor sat heavily with me and I think we honest as best she posted a photo of a science report that said a cop shop black woman and was only charged for the shots missed. She said I'm just going to let this sink into your Hollow School Daniel J Cameron Daniel j Cameron is the attorney. General from Kentucky who? Didn't arrest the cops he didn't charge anything and It's like, what do they want us to do what? I I'm I'm just speechless about this. Sad disgusted. So we gotta get back out there. I'm going to get back out in the streets we gotta continue to say her name. We gotta make sure that we do whatever we can to bring justice to Brianna. Taylor, and her family. the family was awarded money from the state, but not from the judicial system. So how are you going to give money to the family? For her death, the wrongful shooting over death but you're not gonNA hold the cops who did it accountable for it? Yeah. All right. So analysis move onto crystals cave crystals. Cave is where I talk about me and my life in my day. Hello. WHO's been here? It's so dark. What's dripping step on something? You're now inside crystals KS Ono. Yesterday was tough for me, and this morning was also tough for me. I've just been sad. So around eleven o'clock I was like you know I gotta get up gotTa do something 'cause I'm just GonNa lay here all day like going GonNa get more and more sad and you know life is just all these waves and we're all going through a lot of things in. Our minds and our hearts and I decided to get up and try to go work out working out. You guys makes you happier like it brings endorphins into your brain. So I wanted to get out and get in the sign also going to take a mile run or something I tried to do a mile run. I'm not there yet I'm not there yet it was like. A good ten second, and then just a walking and just walking and chilling and I don't know where you live or your area. But for me me I live on somewhat busy streep. So I was trying to figure out why felt so uncomfortable. Running on the side of the street where the cars were coming from behind me like running the same way as traffic is going, and that's felt like someone who's GonNa. Pull over into snag me. So then I started running on the opposite side of the street where cars are coming towards me. and. That got me a little unsettled too because I feel like a car which is going to pull over and snagged me anyways. Do you guys have these these thoughts to ladies like? Are you kind of scared to run out because I usually don't run I've been hiking I've been hiking with. My family or friends but I haven't really ran the often by myself. And I didn't feel safe even if I had pepper spray, all's okay. Why don't you just go run on a on a non busier street within that even got me kind of scared because I'm like if I run on a non busy street and someone snags me, then there's literally no one to see that I'm getting snagged at or to hear me screaming of getting snagged and I've maybe it's just like my nerves in my anxiety that has me like more scared of being out alone in public and also maybe because during this pandemic, we're not out and about too many people. So that can be adding. As executive scared factor to me. But I was Kinda worried I see women all the time running running and exercising alone. And other day I went on a hike by myself and I was on facetime with the whole time. Thanks Gavin for that by toy. Mom about issues like what are you doing doing? Not Go on hikes by yourself behind like why Henry spray it's fine. It's like well yeah. But you never know can like what if there's multiple men like in they try to snag you like no I mom says that she doesn't even to go on walks by yourself so. I am hoping that we can get to a place in America and in the world where we don't really have to think about stuff like that because guys I know that you I don't really have to think about that. But uh, UH SQUIRRELS DO I mean they're it's it's bad and scary out here. and. Trying to be happy and work out just didn't really. Make me happy just made me more paranoid and scared even if I hadn't a pepper spray. So now I ran back home and I dislike was eating something and watching YouTube. But I noticed that one of my favorite you do Morita sings came out with the Christian version of the WOP challenge and it is so funny I love her soul much and I know the dance of the walk like the wop challenge. But I haven't done it yet on social 'cause the song like I. Just I love the Song I love the song walk but I just don't really want to promote that on my platform because I, have younger listeners and younger followers. And I also knew my mom was going to get on me so crazy if I actually did the real wop challenge because I had her listen to the song and she was so mad at it. So I was like you know, what am I do the wop challenge to this Christian version like my mom can't get mad about that right? So I did and she did she got extremely angry about it. She texted me what the heck. It's always one step forward and two steps back me how why the angry face and the sad face and already knew she was talking about. And I said chill it's fine and she said me how your? Your GRANDPA. You're lethal etcetera not in. Which means you don't have any shame you're embarrassed. And I'm just like mom it's a Christian remakes. It's funny. No one cares. And, she said you're suggestive dancing is the problem and you know it. Just, like when you do that snake move with your tongue. I do this a lot a lotta. She says is that what you want me to see my daughter doing those suggestive things? Would you like to see your daughter doing that or her father uncle seeing her like that? It's not like you don't know better or you're trying to get followers I thought you were passed the already. It's just so sad. Man, I felt there there's never any winning with my mom like. I feel like my followers and friends like know me and know that I'm trying my best to keep things PG as possible and like trying my best to kind of like rebrand and family friendly as much as they can and you know be a good role model, and of course I'm always to be my toughest critic because she loves me the most in thankful for that. But sometimes, I, feel like I can never win with. This woman like I try my best and I tried to do like the Christian version pray praise God you know all that and she's still not happy with why did for the challenge and even even tried to not make the dance look sexual like I, tried to make this dance look as on sexual as possible I tried to make it look like I was struggling I way was struggling because I had just attempted to run and. I did a few takes of it so I was tired. But. Yeah, some is she was not happy with Christian remix of the WOP challenge. and then I even like posted her response onto my crystals nightcap and she was called me if you called me was like you know I'm calling you four take that down. Please anything has has evolved with me take a down like. All right cool I don't even I. don't even want I. Don't need that right now I don't need that energy right now like. I have enough things going on my DM's and my social life to have somebody thou- here giving me negative vibes and again like I said I know it's all for the better I know that she loves me. Sometime sometimes, she does too much because I. She was like, what if your dad saw that I know my dad's laugh he'd like Amy Hi like I'm not trying to look like. A pole dancer something like I'm not trying to be seductive like I'm just trying to be funny and make people laugh yesterday was a tough day for a lot of us and it's going to continue and it's like I just. It made me laugh seeing that Christian Watt version remix and I felt like if I did actual wop challenge to it, it would make people laugh and you know the comments people loved in will redeeming me that love day like my head, my es commenting that they loved it and. Has Mom seen this yet. And it's just like. It's tough. It's tough finding that balance but mom mommy I love you. I mean well, I'm not trying to take ten steps back. 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Resilience

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Resilience

"Hello and welcome to the stack this week with could jump peyton chairman of independent and the evening standard will also feature a brand new title just mile a coach publication with plenty of fashion art and is also collaborative platform for black and brown voices and for book lovers out. There will also speak to the editor of strong words. Magazine enjoyed the show from housing. London this is the stack thirty minutes of print industry analysis. And i am the wisdom by coming up on the show. We speak to the team behind just smile and also at newton from strong words magazine. But we start the show with joan peyton chairman of independent and of london's evening standard with an illustrious career in median publishing. I spoke with john about the future of print and digital media the impact of cova nineteen in the publishing world a manual other topics here is john with more. I started at what they used to call before we were sensitive to gender copy. Boy all that means is your the kid that has to get sandwiches coffee for people you want. Be a journalist. You know you used to physical copy physical pages around the newsroom for the paper to be printed in so i fell in love. I the only thing i've ever wanted to do. You know. I actually got a university degree after i started doing that. And that's amazing and one things that we were discussing before we started the interview. That i think you share this with me as well that you just like kind of the whole spectrum you know you can be from. Luke sri publication about boats to kind of daily newspaper. So you're really interested in the whole kind of the whole areas of prints media and digital journalism as well. I think that's right. I i've it's been a long time since i've been practicing journalist but i've been a journalist my whole life i consider My executive careers well so it's journalism that i love. And i love all of the mediums. That can be used. You know to create fantastic journalism. A fantastic experience. You know for the readers or the consumers the watchers and so i really don't care what the medium is as long as we're doing it the very best way we can do it. So if there's a technology such as podcasting let's be really good at that. That'd be really good at technology as to opus another thing that we can do. I don't believe in leveraging one technology into another end trying not to invest. So you know. I've been around long enough to see the very first iteration of the web with newspapers where we think ill-will will just do the newspaper and will kind of do this web thing you know. We'll kind of do whatever that is back in the early nineties. Of course that doesn't work. You must invest in the new medium. You must put talent. People in brazil sources develop plan for. So i'm i'm in love with all forms of media. 'cause it's an extension of of of journalism. Oh and talking about this. New media kind of digital journalism is all which i know. You're kind of a pioneer on that. I mean there's been quite a successful experience at the independent. I mean the transition to digital. And you know the newspapers doing quite well. I mean you told me that there's even kind of new developments such as the independent tv. I mean you can tell us a bit more about the independent in how the transition manage to be quite successful. Actually while i think it started with a number of things. It's truly successful. I think it might be the only quality newspaper in the world that has gone. All digital successfully know many have tried and failed By the successful. I mean it's growing on its top line. It's revenue and it's profitable and reinvest in both the product and the team so in two thousand and march of two thousand sixteen. After the paper is about thirty years old. It was losing money. It had been losing money for quite a long time fantastic journalists all over the world. We still do. We have people everywhere you know. We're on the ground. In beirut people in and out of syria we do quality journalism around the world. We do it in six languages. They made a courageous decision. To say what counts is the journalism and so they went all digital knowing. That many cost would have to be slashed. Many risks would have to be taken but their idea was we would go all digital we would put our resources and our thinking and our capital into that and we would defend the journalism so here they are five years later you know they at this. Point tripled their revenue over that period of time. They have doubled. The amount of money spent on editorial in the product and they have been profitable every year since they've done that and they continue to grow that profit so in a time of real hardship for media companies. The independent has been growing at double digits in the first four months of our fiscal year this year. It's up twenty nine percent in revenue. September through january is just remarkable. But it's a it's a testament to a commitment to go while digital to spend the money to spend on your on the journalism itself. I hate when people say product and content because anything could be a product contents like saying cargo all kinds of cargo what we journalists and is interesting. You mentioned dependent because not all papers managed distribution very well. But i know here in the uk. The independent remains very respected. When you look even when the bbc paper review in the evening i mean independent has always included there. So it's not it's not being forgotten. So i guess the key here is is investment. Really as well right. It is a commitment. You know you have a vision that when the independent was launched back in the nineteen eighties people. Who did that had a sort of. A singular vision that they would be independent. You know the business. The business plan was in the name that we would be independent and they met independent. Party's political parties independent. You know of influence than they would pursue quality journalism bass expensive to do. They never wavered from that commitment but the became a point where it was financially unstable because of what was happening to newspapers with the advent particularly of the internet so then they took the second brave step in their in their journey which was say well if people more people want their news on the web. Perhaps that's the way we should go. It's not that they thought print doesn't have value they do think friend has value but dissolution farrah's was to continue to invest in journalism but the invest in digital format instead and nothing a mistake that many companies do as well when going digital is that trying to replicate just just the same thing as they bring think with digital. You have so many opportunities as you say video. You can do a tv. You can do something definitely denting. Perhaps that's another thing why they defended well for for example or. I think that's right. Jake want to use every medium to its strength and you want to commit to it. Read so when we launched independent tv Video on the web is an old thing. Now it's not a new thing right. It's an old thing but we were doing it quite well and getting you know. Millions upon millions of views and millions of pounds in in revenue as well so our correspondent one of our correspondents in the middle east is bell true. she's fantastic. she's based in beirut. And if you recall that massive explosion in the bay harbor you know a month or so back. She wrote beautifully well about that but when you see the video that she shot of that from her apartment that had been devastated is a much more different effect. You know the you see this damage. You see the extent of her own personal damage even though she wrote about it and she wrote about it well it was so powerful video so as an extension of that commitment. You know to do that. Kind of journalism would like to ask coming two thousand twenty in very challenging year against for everyone in the world every single sector. What about jordan did you think it had any implications on print and digital journalism And i even ask that. Because i know euros so the board member of the evening standard. You know. I know the evening standard as a print publication. Where become going to work so i had to rethink a little bit at least for the monks where there were nominee people in the streets. I think was what we did at absolutely end your ride evening. Standard's is known as a commuter newspaper comes out in the evening the afternoon and is aimed at the london commuter market so it was quite an interesting thing. Isn't it when the commuter market disappears. You know because of lockdown you know what do you do in various restrictions and yet evening standard is by far the largest newspaper organization dedicated just to covering london so they very quickly had to change how they printed and distributed the newspaper for his first time in history. Went home delivery so that people who were in confined to their homes could have the newspaper. And more importantly i think they upped their game on digital. You know like many news organizations. You know there had been i. I've only become the chairman about six seven months ago. I guess it is note nine months ago. Now that There's this sort of idea that you know we'll get to digital when we think we need to because there's no money in profit imprint am really what the covid nineteen showed everyone. Is that your business. Plans need to be accelerated. You know the you need to. You need to think of the new thing now. Offer both things in a vibrant way. And i think we're just about there. The new ceo charles yardley and the new editor. Emily sheffield. Emily was the digital editor of vogue magazine in the uk for by the dozen years or so they brought new vibrancy and a new way of looking at the evening standard. What it means to be evening standard covering london. I think they're going to have great success but it was a shock. Absolute shock and. I think he could see that. In the numbers the financial numbers that are being presented in the uk. Now you know from that time period as they come up to the end of their fiscal years It's been quite traumatic. For a lot of companies in my opinion not all of them are going to make it through the other end which would be a tragedy. But i think it's a truism on absolutely but but at the same time thinking about the evening standard do the show. For example i see new york. They still have the new york magazine. New yorker surfing the evening standard has a very important role to talk about. What's happening loan. You know coach really. I mean we used to have out of course now. They have a slightly different format. So i think as a loan quite nice to know that evening standard. We'll be there in digital impress. I love the magazine as well. The we es magazine is just it. Just i think it's a wonderful thing and what we did with that as you know we were doing that. Weekly what we said to the marketplace and they agreed that we think it's a valuable thing but clearly we can't publish it every week right now. So we're going to publish this when we can through this pandemic and the advertisers and clients they embrace that they understood that we were trying to be committed to one of the things. We may when you talk about. Mitt is told londoners in march of last year. No matter what we won't stop publishing you know we're going to publish the paper every day. We've continued to do that now. If we didn't think of course the pandemic was going to be fourteen months without it might be two months and we've continued with that commitment. We've changed how we've done it. And we as i say we've op game and digital because that's the eventual end-game for all newspapers to some degree from daily perspective june payton chairman of independent and the evening standard and also from boat international media here in the stack. Has you know we do love a new magazine. Launch especially when the title is called just mile a half two new tie to own freshman. Not this time dedicated to black and brown voices championing inclusivity and diversity and the title looks great too. I had the pleasure to speak with. Just miles editor in chief kevin hunter and the magazines creative director. Bryce thomas i think for me it was just a time for i felt i wanted to have a space that was about uplifting. Black creatives also. Poc creatives but i felt was really important to me being a black man that i allow black men to express themselves and i fell with everything that was happening in the world when we thought thought about doing the magazine. I said i wanted this to be a space. Wear black men were free to express themselves however they felt for the first issue Moving forward things will change but for the first issue are really wanted to amplify the voices of black creatives but also black men. A question for both of you know you. You both have quite a lot of experience. We've in print media. Do you think this topic of diversity in representation is getting better. I mean finally. Because i remember a few years ago there was so magazines. Were doing like oh. This is the special diversity issue in everything. But but now you see some more consistency. You know what i mean. I mean i think what i really see. Our people making weak attempts at trying to include diversity within their publications. And i feel a lot of it isn't genuine and so i think we have a long way to go and i think most of a lot of the majors are still up to their old tricks one issue. It's all about diversity and making sure you have black photographers on the staff. And you know black stylist. But i also think it goes back to being you know the the same publication. It was the next issue. So i think we really have a long way to go and i think with just i wanted it to be a space that was continually giving opportunities to black creatives in enjoying it from a refined space in. So i just think that you know. Our platform is is really important for those reasons because a lot of times with a lot of other publications they kind of missed the mark i would say like stepping back and taking like an outside perspective at stable really fortunate and lucky to be in a situation where we started title in twenty twenty we saw conversations in two thousand nineteen and i guess we had all these different creatives and people from around the world which will damage them amazing. They should do a covault. They should be doing more men fashion stories over like. Wow it would be really good to had these two people which hadn't been ped- together before and it's crazy to think absolute like i someone who did a cover story for example capture ninety two and jason rydah styles from the toga for new york city. That have incredible. Work never worked together. Wow what happens if we pair them together and jason. It was all. I'd always wanted to work with cap too. So it's i don't know energizing and we want to be on or a couple of the shoots 'cause the happening all around the world but hearing from people on step it said like the energy was amazing and i think hearing stories of people saying wow. This is my favorite shoot. Oh you like elliott jerome brown. Junior did a main fashion story with becky. Kenya day in the back of the book and he said that was my favorite shoot. I did all year and his suction accomplished artists in someone who lucky to have as part of this issue and things like that. You feel like while like this idea we had. You're really doing the right thing. I think with our managing editor. who's In new york. Who's on all of these shoots and across everything she said. The energy onset with everyone was just so lovely and they all just felt you know they were really having a good time creating the work and that was a really important thing for like. That's one thing that i wanted. And so i was glad that that happened in in terms of the magazines dna. I quite liked. This is kind of a half new york for stralia electricity to a listener and water. Perhaps your biggest markets as well I i say that the magazine we've done. We did a story in london. We did a story in normandy. France so the publications shot all around the world but one thing will touch on his. You know we did we. And each issue we have a section call regionalization which is about the kind of the next generation of voices from a certain place. And so you know for the first one. We decided to do australia because we felt like. That's kind of where we are in the moment during this whole pandemic and we felt like the voices of the next generation. Were never really heard in australia. From what i've seen and so we felt it was but moving forward will. Do you know regionalization somewhere else next. And you know. I've i've spent eleven years being in new york so that's always going to be home to me. That's where we kind of have a base so it will always have a new york feel to it and i will always work with you. Know creatives from new york. Because that's what. I feel a lot of the great creative czar and that's where my background kind of is spinning eleven years working in the industry. I think what's so people an ideas driven and seventy people that inspire us bay them growing up in new york on not that so much energy around the place and so many of these characters and inspiring spirits really either culminate there or have so much of their career that that it's funny to think. I know i'm australian. But kevin's american kevin is editor in chief. I think very drawn to that place. And i feel like you can say nah. Dna made this title. Was saying it doesn't have to be from one place in particular. And that's why we'll Let's get fabian. Monte young in france great photographer more like you know. I guess covid really showed everyone. Did you have the tools to commission around the world. Even if you haven't done that before you know we can work it out and it's actually really inspiring to sort of bring this community together from of assays. Were always about having kind of a global point of view with the magazine so for the next issue. I think it will be surprised on the places that we decide to kind of she editorial Stories from all excited to see the new issue up but first of all for listeners are more are interested in buying a copy of just smile. in what's the best way do you guys are doing subscription or you have a couple of places where you saw round the world or a website a well. I go to our website just not magazine dot com and you can buy the magazine from there. So we're kinda were sold all over the world through our website but you know and new york were sold at casa iconic london. Where good news. I also have those places online as well. Just on magazine dot com. We have a few hubs around the walled one. In europe one. America there was kevin hunter and bryce domus from just my find the linda. Show a magazine for all book lovers out there. Two thousand and twenty was actually a booming year for the book industry. It just shows how the industry is so resilient. A magazine like strong words dedicated to books and its authors also remained strong back to suggestions on what to read next. I spoke to the titles founder. At nitin people have seen in the news just over the last couple of weeks how. The book industry has actually had a much happier year sales wise than Than it expected and always say. I would like to put this boom in book. Sales down to people Reading strong words. And going with my recommendations but i think so people. Have you know people wanted to read. More suddenly have time to do so and all as people are looking for something a bit more substantial than social media have turned in their legions towards books. And just want you to tell us a bit more about the story of strong words. I mean you. You've been working with for many years. But tell us i mean. When did you had the idea for strong words. Sure i mean. I've been working in magazines on my adult life. Most of my adult life and as everybody knows the magazine industry has endured something painful contraction over the last few years so about three years ago i was thinking. What am i going to do. I'm a journalist by profession. I don't know how to do anything else. And i saw that. You know the kind of jobs that i was used to be doing is edit big magazines. They kind of don't anymore when they become available they were going to. You know much younger people who are who had entirely different salary expectations to mine. So i thought well. If i'm gonna stay in this industry. How am i going to do it. I thought the magazines used to need an entire team of people vast team. Also the different skills to put them together. So i thought let's see how technology has moved on. You know how few people can magazine. Now be made by. Is it possible for one person to make glossy consumer magazine and so gave it a go. And i discovered that yes it is possible and that one person is me if about books it comes out nine times a year because i also felt that you know about books because people are running out of reliable sources of information for to get the next great book you know newspaper fewer pages available. A lot of social media is provided by publishing companies themselves and Anybody who's ever read the blurb on the back of a book kind of bayden slightly taken in by or know the public companies and not always the most reliable source of information as to whether a book is good and interesting. So i've been doing it for three years now and the next issue twenty-five comes out next week so it's you know it's been a success and it's very hard work but it's a real pleasure to do and how much you read every week. Well you know of producing a gene about books on one's own requires a lot of reading. So i did. Calculation is a while ago and worked out that i read the equivalent of war and peace every week and and right the equivalent of the great gatsby every issue. So that's nine times a year. I love stuck out latest cd. This is quite a lot and and you know you told me you know issue. Twenty five is coming out next week. What can you give us as a preview of that issue well In every issue is there are at least one hundred books either reviewed or mentioned and i also interview authors and i cover sort of photography books and graphic novels and some of the sort of more you know some kind of content titles that get less attention. Should we say in the mainstream media but my big sort of feature in this issue is all around the number books this issue about being lost at sea and the main one here is an absolutely outstanding book. Which i think everybody should sort of stop while they're doing immediately and gone by. It is called the disappearing act. And it's about the malaysian airlines flight. M h three seventy that disappeared seven years ago and has never been found and is by a french journalist. Lome's journalist very talented is an outstanding worker. Journalism woman called florence the shaanxi. And she's kind of looked at this she's based in southeast asia and she's been very close to this issue and she thought well it's just not possible for an airplane to just disappear they can't vanish is possible. You know there are radars. There are witnesses military surveillance and that's one of the most sort of surveyed parts of the planet so planes conscious go missing so she's investigated this and put together an incredible hypothesis as to what actually happened to flight H three seventy and it is just outstandings called the disappearing act. No that's that's interesting that you mentioned this book coming. We've been covering here on the radio station The book super super super interesting. And i was going to ask you as well about strong words. How best selling the magazine do lot of subscriptions or can people buy online or or just a good. Oh the newsstand. What is prince only so there is no digital version. If you go to strong words twitter you can see her as digital representation of it. People want to see what it looks like. And that's at strong words mag but really it's a. It's a subscription magazine. Because i think people like a lot of people still like to receive something flossy and you know magical through their letter box so i sell it on subscription from my website which is strong hyphen words. Dot co dot. Uk and city comes at nine times a year. And you know i. It's all to do that. Sort of personal connection and credibility that print has that i think digital just can't imitate and you know we have to tell the listeners. The perhaps don't know the magazine. Another thing that i like about. It is the very kind of i. I love the colorful layout things quite striking. You know in a way. So do you also look at the design of the magazine. Well i have. It does the one thing that i count myself. I have designer. Who designs the layout. And like you say is it is magnificently appealing magazine. Just to look at even. If you don't have a word of english it's It's still delightful thing to turn the pages of and the idea is that to read about books should be pleasure. Books should be a pleasure. And you know. I've got no time for listen of ivory tower snobbery or people talking in specific academic language. Unless you're an academic. Obviously people use those for economics. Use those phrases to communicate something very precise and accurate but For normal book critics to start using language that most people don't understand is something that i think does read as an enormous deserve so strong words aims to be both useful in terms of enabling people to say that's the book for me but also entertaining interesting to read on in its own right that was at nissan there from strong words magazine. And that's it for this week. Show my thanks for editor nor a whole and if you have any comments or queries feel free to me at fb and monaco dot com and remember. We're backsaw today at the same time. And of course you can always listen to it again. At monaco dot com or subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. 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"From workhouse connect in a._j. Benza vein <hes> he likes to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex keeps james is the guy put the cock in the peacock network. Okay bitch. Hey everybody age benza here for famous bitch. This is your podcast for august seventh two thousand nineteen so it's hard to talk about this shit. I know it's not <hes> celebrity driven but i got it mentioned this before i go to follow the the asshole who killed nine people and injured twenty seven that mass shooting in dayton ohio. We've all found out. This asshole was the lead singer of a ah porno. Grind metal band called menstrual munchies. This asshole connor bets was somebody that everybody should have warning about a long time ago. I don't wanna keep hearing that. The president was the person of motivated this guy to do this evil shit. He's been sick fuck for a longtime but nobody warned us. I mean people have to start remembering that. See something say something is not only about an unintended piece of luggage airport or subway. See something say something applies to your fucking classmates to people come on snap out of it so sick of people at the garden hedges. We're all looking down phones too much. Look around you. If the person you think next creep more often than not he's a fucking creep. I know my neighbors in out if one of them becomes a mass murderer. I'm not gonna be that guy who says to the news. I don't know markelle regular got no. I'm gonna tell he'd always is your real asshole. You never wave during the car. He never waved to my kids. I always felt that guy was sick. Fought be honest with yourself. Look into people nobody did so the band he played in. If you wanna call it that they played this genre which is defined by really bad language really bad subject object matter seems of gore and violence sexual violence more than anything and necrophilia which for you kids at home means having sex sex with dead people or dead animals. I think to anything dead and porno grind is a sub genre of a very fast and extreme kind of heavy metal called grind core. Do you feel old yet. I do and if being old means not knowing what porno grind and grind encomium. I'm fucking fine with it. I can't wait plumbing continent. If this is the kinda shit i gotta keep keep abreast of very dark satirical themes aims of sexual violence and gore delivered for shock value the song the songs had titles like a preteen daughter pussy slaughter and kant snuffed with medical waste sexual abuse of a teenage corpse and the album art is israeli just as equally explicit one album cover shows a woman eating shit another shows a drawing of a young woman's headless body chained to a bed had she's covered in blood and man is putting his pants back on. You know this is something trump is responsible for this kid wouldn't have pull the trigger without trump saying things you know build our walls with motivated. This kid sure nobody cares that. He openly admits he was a leftist or that. He openly openly midst. He was an elizabeth warren fan. It's not her fault and it's not trump's walt enough of this shit. I'll tell you what these killings a drive in a lot of us. Crazy and a lot of us are caught saying some dumb shit. I've erased a couple of tweets myself recently. The you really have to stop you. Take a breath and sink before you press enter or send whatever the fuck you laptop or phone says or better yet. Don't say anything at all. Smartest person in the room is someone who just listens. Let everybody else speak be a poker player. I'm giving advice that i can't follow myself so fucking my saying but the point is this debra messing has spark a lot of outrage. She put out a sick tweet the other day that called for violence against old mitch mcconnell and dana loesch to the pretty damn getting lotion soap sex. Don't you think so. I think so she's discussing the mass shootings that devastated the nation last week and debra messing had to shoot over mouth. She's always been very outspoken spoken. She often says things that come out the wrong way and she shared a a bunch of tweets condemning the shootings in el paso dayton and and she blamed the g._o._p. She blamed the leaders and the n._r._a. But one tweet she sent out. You know <hes> even follow as didn't like it. She was joking about harming republican senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and the n._r._a. Spokesman dana loesch. Oh is it spokesperson folks person. Sorry i'm sorry and can i clap at the end of this actually guys at the end of this podcast. If you like it don't clap just do jazz hands because i'm you know i get very upset with the with loud noises. Have you seen these socialists sitting down having their meetings and when they meet they're not allowed to clap for people that have to do jazz hands up in the air. Oh it's on fucking real anyhow she wrote in a tweet. If i get killed in a mass shooting please cremate me and throw my ashes che's into mitch mcconnell and dana loesch his eyes while i'm still smoldering and then she read tweeted and said this yes a fucking asshole and twitter called her out her followers said she sunk to a new low but violent message now. How could she not not get suspended for that kind of tweet which basically calls for violent assault how i once got suspended because i told sicko artists this idiot who likes to paint pedophile with kids and a lot of her artwork was bought by the pedestrians. I told her to stick paintbrushes ocean. I ball's in next time. She gets an idea for another pedophile painting. I didn't tell her. I was going to stick a paint but brushing her. I told her to do it. Twitter suspending me because i was inciting being violence but messing is good to go it. It's so fucking arbitrary that i i know it's going to piss me off soon and i'm gonna lose my voice again. I and maybe the next time is going to be permanently which is probably a good thing but right now thinking about it makes me pissed off so people started firing back at the deborah people from all all political leanings consume your shows and enjoy you and then why would you take a deep dive into disgusting realm by reacting like this to a horrific tweet. Take a breath breath. Get out of the hollywood mindset for a second and be a person thanks and somebody else said you're shown a real lack of self awareness class and what is appropriate to say immediately immediately after a tragedy then third person said you need help yeah and help debra. Messing needs just might be some cocaine rehabilitation. I've been hearing for quite a long time now and then she likes to abuse the powder. Go look at her photos. Look it out tore up. Her eyes. Look look at a red nose. Debra messing is an old redheads usually hold up well in age pretty good. She looks like a wreck. Her looks <unk> are disappearing because of her anger and maybe her alleged drug use. I don't know i'll say allegedly but some other people wouldn't bother with that word people that i know who know her. Well wouldn't use that word. She's a miserable person and she's made so much money and live the sean sean life. Don't you hate it when these fucking people are assholes what's y. That's why you know that's why i'm so happy i shall will and grace was cancelled the other day. Well like a few weeks ago. I hated that fucking reboot. The second. I heard about their pro hillary clinton clinton's election seemed mini episode special the two thousand seventeen they just did an episode of hillary clinton love fest faulk dash and right before it add eric mccormack said said we're going to be as progressive offensive as we can be. If we don't offend somebody on every show. We're not doing something right doing some raw fuck you so they set their reboot to make it easier and more believable to make fun of trump. They set the reboot that they live in washington d._c. They made fun of christians and republicans being gay. Oh by the way put a pin in that for a second. Did you guys know this. Did you know you can't say the word christian anymore on youtube. Yes yes you can't. There's a guy named chad robichon. He's the founder of a the mighty oaks foundation to charity that provides support and a <hes> discipleship to those people suffering from wartime trauma. He was told he could not use the label. Christian to boost is advertising. Is it on the google platform. They said it violated the site's advertising policy you know is it not allowing the word christian christian discriminating. You can write muslim or jew. You can't say christian church. You can't shake this shit off guys. You just can't you can't keep walking past. Pass this stuff and not turn your head. Stop and do something. They're coming for all of us anybody with a mouth and opinion and a place to say what needs to be said censorship should terrify everyone of you. Every american conservative or liberal christian or muslim muslim should scare the shit out of you and this this biologist is a dangerous course for america and we're seeing now everyday play <music> out in the news. That's why everybody here's a good segue. That's why everybody's gotta go to f. I v nation dot com. Get that app and listen into these shows through that app. It's going to be much more engaging. It's going to be a better way to talk to each other and get into each show and by the way soon you're going to be able to access the patriot episodes from that as well once we do that party's over you. Gotta go there right and once you get there. If maybe some of you there now you go to f i._a._b. Nation dot com. There are a number of areas where we can all interact. There's a place go to place my photos. There's a place for me to place my videos. I got videos that i haven't shown you guys all my recipes. You've heard we're going to be written out with pictures and there as well and that's why you can buy all the fame bitch merchandise that you've been wanting. You know you want those new retro mysteries and scandals. Oh strikes come on listen. I know changes heart. We're all creatures of habit. Frankly i gotta be honest. I'm getting tired of posting stuff on three or four the different social media sites to keep us all together facebook instagram patriot put a picture here put a story there. It's going to be a lot easier and better when we're all on f. i. a. b. nation dot com beyond the podcast. You'll get to see or even here. Why did a particular podcast. What sparked spark me to talk about a particular topic on the patriot show today talk about my aunt catherine in a big house in the hamp now my father and i would pick mussels and clams and and then i found out later in life and catherine was was beaten up by two caregivers and left for dead in her nineties and that sparked me to think about the john singleton drama that's going on and that story about any catherine told by my cousin. Linda made me get into the john singleton shitting call my sources on him and i got an exclusive story on singleton on the patriot oncho. That's the kind of stuff. I want you to hear about when you go to f._a._a. Nation dot com what my research materials. I found a ton of v._h._s. I was ready to get rid of shit in the attic in the garage of my sister's house alternative to d._v._d.'s but that's me on the roseanne barr show me on geraldo me on cybill shepherd's talk show the original politically incorrect. I even found like <hes> the back backstage moments that a._j. After after hours the test shows i'm putting all that shit up. I found my first appearance on joan. Rivers show my absolute start on t._v. With the woman who gave me my first push on. I love her forever. I'm not gonna post all that on the facebook. Podcast obsessed page not gonna instagram of dead shit. It's gonna go on f. aby nation dot com because that's the spot i can combat all these assholes who were gonna come after me and already have come after me and other people trying to shut us down down and shut me up. That's why me and my started the patriots last august a year ago for all those reasons. If i told you the word christian would would be banned on youtube a year ago. You laughed at me and change shows what the fuck is next the two spots. They can't fuck with us of going to be f._a._a. A b nation dot com and my patron so get on it. Let's go there any look. I'm glad will and grace has cancelled phase is to make fun of apostles. They made fun of mike pence lindsey graham john mccain even abe lincoln they took apart. They made fun of the wall. They mentioned gay conversion camps all the funny funny topics same shit and shitty murphy brown <unk> dot cantu same ship with one day at a time before it got game same shed with the debacle the connors after they chopped off the mastermind roseanne barr whatever happened to riders in a writer's haddish room just sitting around and making jokes we all could laugh at could you imagine if mash just did political humor or the office steve. Carell carell just did political guys. T._v. was much funnier when we all laughed the same jokes and comedy's didn't divide us why there's so many writers so fucking smart. I wish i could see a writer's room. Get a good look at the pussy faces all those entitled writers have. I've been watching the t._v. Show on showtime called the loud voice. It's the show about roger ailes. The head of fox news russell crowe plays them. I think it's tremendous show but they are tearing hammond new asshole this whole roger ailes even though he's dead wow. They got him banging every female at fox. I don't know if that's true. I know he was involved with alleged. Sexual harassment mainly ainley was gretchen carlson but jesus christ. They're going to ban everybody and then in the shell is them as the show goes on camping because he gets prostate cancer and his equipment whitman. Don't work that well. He tries. They can't because as we find out he's become incontinent. His dick leaks. He wets the bed he needs a wheelchair when when he's home but he won't take it to work to keep appearances there's one scene entry fires gretchen carlson played by naomi watts and he's about to bang this young female now it thoughts and she goes to the table to the death and she knows what's coming. Her face looks like she saw miserable. He turns into ascii. Benz are over. He starts lifting skirt. He unzips his fly and then suddenly he stops did he should his pants. They don't tell you we don't know all we know is he says let's let's take rancher sweetie. I'm really busy see today. The thing that gets me is that it's showtime hit job on rajouri. Okay i get it c._b._s. On showtime they hate trump. They hate conservatives fun. I get it but then they had to hire seth macfarlane in a dramatic role because he's the only serious actor in town now and he plays roger ailes right hand man his media guy the guy who keeps all the media in line but then mcfarland's character i forget it was based on starts to question what rogers doing and of of course he's the character who gets the tip off author of all the bad things ails is doing and just you know just just of course it's seth macfarlane of course because he rips up conservatives on family guy and i love family guy chit seth hard me fucking twenty years ago do that show. I still get checks for like three dollars every third. Every corner show makes a fortune but you know he's got to be the guy they hired the fuck up. How's it just it's orchestrated <unk>. I liked the show anyhow this showing how else brought trump in the fall and how he made a speech a certain way he orchestrated the elevated shot of trump coming down the escalator. That's all roger ailes doing allegedly. I think it's brilliant my god. You know what i've been catching a lot more of in the mornings the wendy williams show. I know i didn't wanna watch that l._a. But for some reason i've been home at a certain hour and i i flip on while i'm fucking taping up boxes of stuff to put on the moving truck. I've seen a few episodes. It's fucking terrible. It's unwatchable. What am i seeing with her. Hairline guys come on. How could she not know how to wear a wig or a we've right. She's like fifty. Why am i always seem busted lace fronts on top of her head. The girls worth millions that you can't get a wait put on right come on or one was the right hair or hire a woman who can do it right jesus. There was a short period the time my hair was long in the mid nineties nice to get it straightened because when it was long it would kind of wave up and get a little curly so i got it straightened. 'cause i dated a black girl. She told me where to go car. We're told me where to go. I went to this little join on thirty seven th street in midtown. Naomi campbell used to go there. How come i can do that white boy and wendy williams can't it's pathetic adage. She needs people to make decisions for that. Soi on hearing what i'm hearing she's about to make a very bad decision. She's about to after she finally filed for divorce from her cheating all abusive husband kevin hunter. She's about to keep him on as her business manager. You know the the twists and turns the ups and downs of this relationship in the last two years at the she dumped him in april because of his long term affair with the massage therapist serena hudson and the child she aboard that at his his child and his kicking wendy's ass in private also on the set now she's in talks to keep him on as her manager under how lost a she that a bunch of face to face meetings the daily mail reports the pair even draft a joint press conference to announce the knocking resolve their production company their publishing house or their charitable foundation. They don't want to damage the legacy of the work. They've put in is is the charitable foundation called help kevin papers out of wedlock. Kid does help when they get better wings. What's it called. After all this shit she went through with substance abuse and health problems and being stuck in that shit marriage. She shouldn't let kevin handle her money again. She crazy. She's got a toss toss him or she should also toss away those fucking wigs and weaves to draw out the way drew mommy that chicken that came alive the other then the plate you see it on youtube where chicken came alive and crawled off the fucking plate. I'm sure it was in china had to be in asia. I think wendy's wigs are gonna come alive on her head and start crawling off for body. Most of them are halfway gone anyhow but she's making such a mistake. How how much you wanna bet less than six months. Now we're going to hear this heaven heaven and i are over the moon and proud to announce what fully committed to on marriage. You wanna bet we've bonded as a family. Please respect our privacy. I i could see it now and the audience will whip it up and cheer who all that shit why not she's not going to be in a show eighteen months from now. That's gonna gonna be over next. Season is relaxed and then what she's going to be long. She's lonely now but you're going to be more on you know what she's done. On some janke dates. She's lied to us about who she seeing and the doctor quote unquote. That's inner lives who wasn't a doctor who was not life. I feel bad from i really do. She's already rethinking this. I told you many months ago. Kevin hunter is an and wendy. Williams is his bottom bitch and he knows exactly lee how to abuse her so that she keeps coming back for more asking him to be her manager. Again is step one shit iceberg slim and couldn't have written this better himself. I'm a._j. Benza short show today quick to the point. I gotta lotta shit to do tomorrow. We'll be better that was today's as famous bitch for august seventh twenty nine thousand nine check out the patriarch exclusive story on john singleton's abuse at the end of his life. I'll talk excuse tomorrow. Thank you for listening famous. A bitch is an a._j. 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"We're not letting today we're talking cheating. Fame and drugs with wendy williams been applicants spilling the about his days with lo. And we're getting wild with raymond. Simone's and jerry springer you're getting yourself in. Are we ready to party. Please excited to be here. I wake up at six thirty normally every day. So she's like full energy ready to go. I love it. Why not get the party started. You know the picture that you guys showed was my thirty third birthday. Oh my goodness. I was on my to that all right well. Let's get right to the drama. You guys wendy williams so she is the executive producer on a new movie. That's all about her life. she's going there. She is going to talk about the drugs. The fame the cheating. The lifetime. bio-pic is out january thirtieth. And we've got a sneak peek. At the moment wendy confronts her cheating husband watch. You're so boring boring boring. The african everything i do. I'm don't for you. I'm out on the street unprotected. You everybody got a hit because you want out every rapper from diddy meth. Because you call them out. You got a coq. But i'm boring. I just wanted to have some you ever me again kevin. I swear promise you you will lose me. I took him back. But i was never gonna love him. This same guy a producer on this movie. You know wendy was there every step of the way to make sure that lifetime and that actress got his right and for me. Windy has the longest memory in history. So she is putting every single detail in this movie. Yes i appreciate sorry. I appreciate that because she tries to get everybody else's t now we get to all her t she's not hiding. I appreciate that. And i think she had to write because of who she is. And how like you said she does spill everybody else's business and does it comfortably and is made good cooling and doing so. I think it's like okay. Here's my payback to society for giving me the spot that i've gotten you know so wendy. Of course as you probably know was married to kevin hunter for twenty one years before filing for divorce. She finally left him after she learned he fathered a child with another woman Do you think she would have kept forgiving him. If the has got to a point where another child was coming into the picture. I think everybody has their limits in a relationship. I think when it comes to money people have dilemmas. When it comes to fidelity people have their limits. And i think a lot of people turn a blind eye to certain things but i think in this case it was about respect and it was very disrespectful for kevin to do that too. Windy and make it so public and so blatant because you know what i think. If we had an understanding i can look past infidelity. Drug habit hydro baggage. But don't have the girl living nine miles away from my house. Pregnant driving my ferraris in the passenger seat of the rolls royce. That afforded you disrespectful. It's like they had an understanding where it's again like you hadn't myself all high jurors if you're going to start to make a public than i can't new kim taking me down with you you can. It's that money. It's that entitlement. He thought he can do anything he wanted to do. And she would accept it but she found the courage within herself. You know there. Is that little piece within the female. Though we feel like we won't get anything better or we need to keep this or you know. We can't advocate for ourselves. And she gruesome and said by which you have to appreciate what it is about that you have to set your boundaries of what. You're okay within a relationship at the gate. I cannot wait to see that okay. So there's a bio pic on the same day. There is a wendy williams documentary. Yes and i watched it already. That is where the real teak comes really. Every single thing win the. I think you're right. Wendy is like look. I've gone after everybody. I've said everyone else's t so let me give you the back. I'm gonna give you the cba give mcgee. i'd love. That are very unjust in sat down with wendy just the other day. Minute's an big huge interview. She doesn't hold back. i said. Hey linda how are you. She was like well at my husband. I was like whoa. She knows what to do. She knows what to do. Okay tuned for that will give you all the details. Okay ben. Affleck is opening up about his ex jennifer lopez and is taking us back to those crazy for days. Remember how huge these were in a new interview with the hollywood reporter's awards chatter. Podcast been talking about what it was like to date. J. lo and just how rough things got people were so mean about her sexists racists ugly vicious written about her. If you wrote it now literally be fired. Yes thank you said. Now it's like she's lying is for the worship dead where she came from chicago. S wells street you stick. I'm like oh that sounds like now that you're not with jennifer garner that you may want the lopez back down that road been friends ever since they broke They've always been respectful of each other. They've always like there's a lot of actors in your life. You want the best for them and they they're great people. It just didn't work out between you. Two and i just feel like that's truly what they were i think they they loved each other. They have a caring for each other. I don't think there's any flames. That are still burning. I know john. J. lo side single. You always reminisce when you're single about what happened win. But i appreciate him standing up for her. I know. I don't think it was the paparazzi that broke them up and all of the world went. I think vans people and been realized that he was becoming mrs jennifer lopez with the tan and the tone yachts and you know all these things he had sold themselves to hollywood as boston. Who went to baseball games and good will hunting. And now all of a sudden he was looking like he got a spray tan up in miami. I feel like his people. Were like look. We cannot go down this road. This is gonna ruin your career and i just think that's why they broke out. I disagree i disagree. I think it was both of them. Together i mean listen you have j. lo a massive brand you've been affect a massive brand and there's i could be talking out of my whatever but at some point in your career have to look at the whole picture and i can only imagine what j. lo and ben thought when the public the paparazzi. The brand of their own weren't meshing properly. You gotta take you gotta take one for the team also known as your career sometimes and maybe there was that kind of seeped into their relationship. I feel it was brian thing. I don't know what happened but from she ran as fast as she ran from. Puffy gun came out dressing. I gotta go. I did not sign up for court. Gave all right to argue okay. Well let's get to this story. Because i cannot wait to get your thoughts on this one. Cardi b. is returning to the big screen but this time she's a leading lady cardi's playing a small town crook on the running The on the run. Sorry small town on the run in the comedy assisted living. This'll be her first leading role after making her movie. Debut in two thousand eighteen hustlers so surprised to hear that cardi booked a leading role our leading lady herself. Listen i'm really happy that she's diving into other aspects. I know that astle carry the story. I i sure but listen. I heard that there's going to be prosthetics and other characters. And i think it's good to give everybody a chance you know but let's not forget that you know in my head it's just gonna be cardi recite lines. It's not going to be an actor type of situation right surprise you. I don't know well moving. You're right That goes wrong and then cardi disguises herself as an elderly woman who goes with her lives with her estranged grandmother assisted living facility to me. The whole plot sounds like a great movie. And i and i worry. Sometimes i'm excited to see cardi b. with this. Sounds like such a great movie. For like a sandra bullock or like melissa. Mccarthy me them all. I really love the plot of this movie. I really hope. Hardy doesn't mess. Listen you know. Hollywood people will put someone in a lead role in name only in surrounding them with other actors who can really carry the movie. That's how some of these people have gotten their start. Tiffany haddish always came on the scene as a supporting actor and took the whole movie to ourselves. So i think hollywood. We'll be smart. The only thing. I'm worried about in this situation and i hate to be shady and i do not want to sound like i'm a hater love shade. I hope she can show up on time. I'm telling you every time. I've ever interviewed her. It's been two three four hours if you have to get in prosthetics if a production is waiting on you to get onset. Time is money. Money is time yet. Can't show up to four hours late and there won't be repercussions. I just don't want her to go in thinking that this is a music video. And it's on her time and she could do whatever that's the thing right. That's star power that people are buying into and with that star power you get all that egotism of i can do whatever i want when i want to. But that's music that's music no enacting to 'cause you got a lot of actors out here thinking that i'm the star and their late to and showing up drunk on all kinds of stuff. You never know what can happen. I i agree with you. You know there's a. There's a part of hollywood that looks at the numbers that looks at the followers that looks at the the call log says everybody loves them. Let's put him in a movie. But that doesn't necessarily mean that you translate into that medium. Not all youtubers can go here. Not all youtube music and go here. We really have to kind of start sifting through it because yes. I'm sure it will open big but she better perform in that movie somewhere. She better medicine. But there's going to be a family. A grace coming up are. Trevor noah and making kelly taking things to the next level what we just learned about their relationship plus shoe share your location with your partner raven scott some questions and a lot to say about this one i everyone should share i. Don't you feel like she was like. Oh my god this is not the do for me. I gotta go welcome back in today's pop of love daily show host. Trevor noah just dropped twenty seven point five million on belair mansion. It's eleven thousand square feet and now everyone is wondering if the girlfriend megan kelly is going to move in a source tells us they've been together since last year and they are very much in love. He's got all that room in that house. I don't see why she would not be just taken her room. I don't think it's going to happen. What i think. Trevor noah is a business guy like he knows where his money should be. He films the daily show in new york four days a week. He's living in ten million dollar pat over there. This is one of those things where he found an opportunity to get this home. That was probably worth fifty million but they couldn't get it off the market that this is an investment for him. They're not gonna put anything in there because they know the minute they turn the lights on. It's ten thousand mouse. 'cause i have a room in there i'll let you guys know how it is there's enough. Am moving in tomorrow. It's actually really cool. It's a squatters race. Tonight's is right next roscoe's this couple. I'm rooting for them. I liked him since i found out about them. I feel that they make sense. I'm all about it. I feel like things are gonna get serious quickly. I think they're going to get married soon. And i think that she's moving in. And i think she's going to be making that twenty seven point whatever. What is nine house into a home. I think she's going to be better. Be better be there. Would so strange is like when you look at how these dating history. It's the bomb and the guys are like legit and trevor. Noah is such a catch that little legend that urban legend that the hottest girls are. The crazy is often think that you know. Maybe she is one of those girls. That are super crazy. Beautiful to look at but hard to date i e well. I just wish that you call me hot. It's because if it's true. I've dated some people that are in that world and i'm just like you are absolutely out of your mind. What is it is it just because you see the beauty and you don't know what to do with yourself anywhere else. I don't know because i you know. I don't think there's like that. But i been crazy. I don't think i'm that crazy. I'm just a little bit crazy but it's just crazy enough to where to keep things interesting for a lot all interesting comment on this. You'd better watch your back. Do you want to know where your partner is all the time and speaking of crazy raven most smartphones have a feature. Of course that allow you to do Location sharing with somebody else. Some people think that this is very provides an extra level security to make sure if anything happened to their loved one. They would know exactly where they were others. Find this very creepy and soccer is. Where do you stand. I stand high on the stick of. Please share your location list. Before i got married and i was dating someone else i always was like. Yeah share location. Let me know where you are and then we got in a fight. I turn it off just you know what i mean. But now that i'm married. I needed on all the time. Not because i'm worried about what you're doing. I have the trust but it is a thing of. I need to know just in case okay of safety purposes. Your phone goes off something happens you broke down. I don't know it's like a level of security. How often do you check it. Never because that's my part of the trust factor. Yes you never checked it because you trust that person but only now. If i get the notification that it's off on the checking in you can get a pass because you're a celebrity and honestly there's some crazy people out there okay and you probably been exposed to that being a celebrity for a very long time and you know that and you know that there's a risk factor whenever you're that famous so i feel like you get a pass because there really is a security concerns But what about the. I don't know i put a tile on my man's keys the minute we start dating oh yeah i know you lose your keys all the time. This is just in case you can log in me waga. All the passwords updated the thing about a thousand times. So make sure it's working properly. I don't think that you really you think you could ask your partner whether or not you want to turn the location services on and if your partner says i truly don't feel comfortable with it i think you have to kinda sorta accept it. Yeah i mean. I don't think shannon would go for that. Yeah i think. I brought that up. You'd be like girl please. I see you nineteen hours of twenty four hour a day. if. I want to go to ralph's you know. Let me go to ralph's some peace. But you have to. Also if you're not going to turn the locations on my head is okay. But when i ask you to give up that information readily like it can't be a i was out i was out. Yeah okay well yeah. It's it's a little finicky you're also it a lesbian relationship out. I knew how lesbian saw crazy. I need to know everything that's happening. And she's just as bad as me but she's a she's the one that likes Public displays of affection. I'm here and she's like here's what really independent. We're very vicious think. This is great next. you guys. Jerry springer is here. we're gonna be diving into some heated pop culture debates. This is going to be fun. We'll be right back. I love jerry springer. Welcome back to daly pop joining us. Now is the man who raised us when we skipped school to watch his show. Please look of jerry springer star. We have the daily pop court set up for you today. We are going to be in session and you are going to judge and tell us who wins these arguments but i jerry congrats on the new season of your show. How has it been way. I've loved doing it. It's i mean there's probably only job ever had that i was trained for Because i started out as a lawyer and this is great because they didn't trust me doing a show where they had chairs because people throw him but the bench is too heavy to throw so they be a judge. Got jerry judgment time here and we need you to judge. We are going to actually put our daily pop court in session now and we're gonna give you three celebrity cases okay out for them and then raven and i will have thirty seconds to argue our side and you will decide who wins. Well i can tell you time going to win jerry jerry. I love you jerry jerry. Jerry jones a new judge here. I'll try to fit your always fair. Okay jerry always fair fair. I step on the docket jerry. The sex and the city cast versus former co star kim. Cottrell kim won't be a part of the show raven. Why did they need kim. Thirty seconds on the clock go. They need cam because it's sex in the city and she was in the original also because she is the krueger mill all of that. We need her number on third of all. she's amazing. it's going to be really hard to look at that. Cast and not actually be able to that we grew up with and also she brings the sacks. I mean she was the one that was in the band. What are we gonna see now. She was not the only set. Well only one that. I watched argument you. That was a good argument justin. I'm out here from you. Dr right jerry. Kim was great. It's awesome but we need change. We need diversity this is a chance for. Hbo hit us with a new casn. Maybe gabrielle union commodity. Let's spice it up a little bit later on there. I mean look anybody can have sex. We have three. Mary women she was in love with smith. Somebody's gotta get it in. And we've seen samantha. She's hit with everybody on the upper west side. So who else you don't sleep with as she wasn't trying to dip in the lady pool we need some blue come on some representation. I was watching her jerry. Jerry okay. I think you could do it without her. However if you did it would be a different show. Yeah so. I am fine off though i do believe they are to mix it up so it isn't an all frankly. I don't think it should be an all white. Cast is a bigger argument right now. That the show or to reflect what real life is like particularly since they live in new york city and they live new york city in order to be a be a cast. That represents the multiculturalism of it so therefore even though. My heart is with reagan. I have to give the argument to just take you okay. Next that we have a livia wild and harry styles versus the haters. Olivia jason's today because up in november. She's been spotted getting cozy with the one and only harry styles. No hey but i am against this one. Give me thirty seconds. I'm gonna let you know something anytime. Something starts on a workplace. It's hot and heavy because it's new and it's bomb but at the end of the day once. That movie wraps is it really still new embalm. I think it's gonna get stale. I think also. She's putting herself out there right after. She broke up with jason today. 'cause that man is still heartbroken co-parenting. I wouldn't wanna see my ex running around with the hottest man in hollywood for a john. It would mess up our parenting skills and styles. So i just think she should use of it and chill out for a minute and maybe keep it on the l. Okay good luck. Keeping a relationship with harry thousands while you're also out here in the streets. Listen i'm all the way down for someone enjoying their younger man also yes. She broke up with him her ex but who knows what was going on in that relationship to where her heart was separated from that situation from the beginning and she found someone to cuddle and hold and sing her sweet. Nothings in her ear. And as she rubs her hands through his hair she's happy and can better because of happiness. Let's not forget about the kids. They need the love to the kid. Jerry okay this one. I think basically. It's pretty simple. I just think we should operate from the point that people can have a relationship as long as legal with anyone they want. And i don't think other people should be making judgments whether they should be together. How did they mean in other words. That's that's no one else's business affairs now it may not turn out to be successful. I'm not saying they'll be together for the rest of their lives. I have no idea and if they do break up. I certainly hope they call my own show. In the meantime in the meantime i have to say i have to go with grape and on this one because i think if they want to be together. There are no arguments against that for everybody. Honey jerry thank you for your fairness thing you babysitting us while we were eleven years old school jerry. Jerry check their local this season of judge. Jerry it's the biggest hit daytime tv now after the break. We're hagi with regina king and we have a big surprise for her that you do not want to miss. Then the way is talking again. What makes her nervous. You would not believe what she has to say. That and more coming up. J. jeff dot is welcome back to daly pop. It is time for the hollywood minute. Unfortunately we have to start our sixty seconds with some sad news saved by the bell starred. Dustin diamond is battling cancer. Dust and who played screech is in a florida hospital. His team confirms he has cancer and it is serious but no other details have been released just yet. We are hoping for a speedy recovery for him. more star. power is being brought in for. Next week's inauguration for joe biden even longoria and kerry washington will be part of the celebrating america program. Bill introduced segments throughout the night including some of the performances and speaking performances. We're going to get to here john. Legend and bruce springsteen seeing as well bruce springsteen seeing as well and the world's most expensive house is on the market. Have you been saving apple k. It's located in bel air california. They're twenty one bedrooms. Forty two bathrooms just in that right and even has a full service salon. Fire prevent mo- account. The asking price is merely three hundred fifty million dollars. Tom you've got that right. Yeah okay perfect. Well that's your husband minute today. Gina king has won an oscar for acting. But can she also win one for directing. There's been a ton of buzz about her new movie. One night in miami victor cruz up with regina to talk about that and he brought along a special surprise with victor cruz. That is awesome. Look at you clip. It's it's a view in nineteen ninety three when you were promoting justice. And i'll just leave it at that. I'm looking forward to starring rose now and I'm hoping that this. This film will springboard into those roles. Much more positive stronger roles Maybe i can portray a positive black women gotta get. What do you think about when you see that foot. Look at my face. And i see my son all my life looking at my son when he was like thirteen years old. Which is racy. And i'm happy that my voice draft. Do you feel like the things that regina was saying. And then do you think that you've fulfilled on those things now throughout your career. I think so. I think so i think so m beyond. I think that that young lady that i'm looking at right now never saw that. This couldn't have been a possibility. So yeah or gina is making her movie. Direct to'real debut with one night and miami which is about legends malcolm. Xm cook jim brown and cassius clay aka muhammad ali marcellus. Clay is the new heavyweight champion. How does it feel. I not the gate. Talk to me about feels good. This was a story that i have never seen before. I've never seen for men that have things about them. That remind me of all the men that i love in my life. Black men that. I love in my life their onscreen together scene while they are icons i saw them as men. I love her for her movie. Okay so one. Nine and miami is out now in select theaters and on prime video. And today's also regina's fiftieth birthday. She was thirty two she. She's got some super sauce in. They're happy birthday. Regina okay after twenty years in the spa anne. Hathaway still gets nervous about making public appearances. She's promoting her new. Hbo max phone locked down and took to instagram to show off her. First case of the twenty twenty one. Talk show hives. Wow i'm surprised. She gets that nervous. I'm not really that surprise. I think anne hathaway knows that every time she opens her mouth with no matter what she says. Someone is going to criticize her. I mean look even on the show yesterday she said oh. My real name is anne. We were like what are you doing. That meanwhile sean diddy puffy puff daddy. Thank you know we let him go. Seventies and not say a word but i just thought an had to wait has ptsd from the media because everyone wants to beat her up. Yeah because it's fun. Actually revenue obviously have been doing interviews. All your life did nervous at all. Only get nervous is when i have to accept an award and there's no speech written. I don't know who to thank. I if i forget anybody that they're gonna be mad at me after But no. I don't get nervous like that anymore. I think there's like you know. I'm used to this in that sense. I don't really understand her nervousness. Those hives though. I got four girls. I get hives. You know when. I have to tell somebody that truth. The truth gets me on an for question. Is there ever a topic. You know as a celebrity that you feel uncomfortable talking about oh. Was there something you thought. Uncomfortable talking about inner teenage or early years. Yeah for sure. I was i i never spoke about. You know my sexual relationships and never spoke about my sexuality and never speak about my family and it didn't give me hives. I just know how to pivot the conversation away. Or i'll make you laugh even though i'm giving you shade and i feel like that's an art as well for sure time to learn how to do but it's also weird because i feel like a lot of people in hollywood use their relationships as currency and ways to come up on the ladder was there ever any blowback from your people to be like. No we need you to talk about the fact that maybe you a by while might be hooking up. Let's not say you know. listen. I love bow. But he's like my little brother. I could never roberson. But i understand what you're saying. Yes there's always been that pressure not even from people just for my own mind. People call it dating up. I've been in situations with and friends with females. And i'm like are you really dating this person. Yes yes honey. Because he has this job this job and he said he's gonna put me on this show and talk about it and they talk about it and it's a journey for them and here i am. I want somebody who's not in the industry who doesn't tell my business who knows and i can tell my family life too and they not use me like my life has been used the whole entire time. It's a journey though. There's different different though. But i get a you. See your peers like doing what happened. You're like well shoot. Maybe i should just married that other person. Now you did good. We're gonna go to break sylla ahead. How soon should you start dating for a split. The how do you make things work when you nothing in common relationship expert. Diane valentine is. Here's you can help sort through all of that stick around. Or they're very trifling and i was there for ships. Someone here with us live now on. Skype is relationship expert. Diane valentine. welcome back to the show that we're giving me all kinds of lives as more own all right. Let's jump right in jane seymour. Recently opened up about her four divorces. She says it was a lack of communication that killed her relationships and her husband's all left her for other people. So damn why do you think people sometimes bail on relationships rather than working through their issues. I think that there are just far too many options in the world. So it's so easy to just be like. Oh i'm done. I don't want to deal with this. Let me move on to something bigger. Brighter younger wealthier. Whatever the issue is but let me tell you. The eighty twenty rule is bible in is going to give you about eighty percent of what you want and what you need but two times. We attacked we attacked. What's missing and we will leave a good eighty percent relationship for the twenty percent. We are missing lowly discover. We were better off before we started. Okay that's i didn't even think about that. I think i don't need to ever go to counselling again. I think i must love that raven. You've got a good way. Yes so earlier. We talked about cell phones and location services. And there's always this conversation that comes up in my relationship about the cell phone like she knows my password. I actually give her the face screen. But like i am the wrong for feeling kind of protective of my phone or should i just release that feeling. Should i just let my partner used my phone and not say anything about it. Or should i keep it to myself. That's a really good question. And i have to say that i am a very independent woman and an independent person. An independent victor. And i feel like what's modern is mine and it's okay for me to have what's mine my phone my friends a you know it's okay. I don't feel the need to share everything with my husband. And i certainly don't feel the need to giving the password to my home but he's also never ask for it so i think i think part of that is not necessarily an insecurity but it might be you. Know the desire for your white to stay connected to you in more ways than one Yeah a lot of ways all of the way the ongoing iran never have to much of a good things. Right eighty twenty from chris rock's movie real question not happening in my relationship. You can have a release ship. But i know a lot of couples go through dry. Spell's at what point it become an issue where you need to talk about it. Because i feel people get so comfortable. They're like yeah. We hadn't had sex in two months three months four months and say i don't. You should be comfortable with that. But again i'm not married. I don't have kids. When is there an issue and wind. Should you have that conversation. You should have the conversation immediately. Anything that is not seeking not doesn't feel good in a relationship is only going to build and faster and will become a much bigger issue. You cannot have any better relationship advice than having been communication about sex about what you like about what you don't like about. How often you like it. When you don't wanna be bothered. You have to be honest because that is the only way the only way to live happily ever after is you have to be willing to tell each other the truth even when the truth hurts. Sometimes there's like this pressure of having sex all the time. Yeah and it's not necessarily you have to have it when your body needs. Don't let the world pressure you but you don't want because people be lying women. We drift five days a week. And it's like no you ah days a week. Because they're going to get in their minds that they shouldn't they should be hidden in five days a week. Seven days i thank you for joining is going. The distance lamb is out now. If you wanna check it out you can pull out your phone and skin that. Qr code at the bottom of your screen. It'll take you to e online for more info day same coming out and j.lo's for best is fashion or fail. Were debating some wild celebrex snacks. You know we love fashion here on daily papa. You know sometimes. Just don't get it right away in on some wild looks and a new thing. We're calling fashion or fail first. Step our girl j. Lo how we feel about this for vest was it. A fashion or fail was it. Is it real cold sweat. Pants was in new york. I'm gonna failed just cases real compromise. Yeah do the looking so you know it matches probably not not feeling it. No actually i love it. I love the for fake. I love the jumpsuit and she looks cold. I mean swaggie. She probably where that was. Just a bathing suit underneath it all stays kill it i. I'm lukewarm about it. I'm gonna go lean towards fail okay up next. We have supermodel bella hadid because it probably costs a time yeah. Her style is always unique. But what are your thoughts about these playboy hands. I'm going to go. I feel. I feel like when somebody is a certain size. They think they can wear anything. And it's fashion on because everyone says. Oh god she's killing it slave sean anything. I'm skinny today. Fail for me to just. Because i'm not a fan of that print with that sweater. I think that if the sweater had actually more pattern to it would work but it's so solid on top so busy on bottom in the feet are blending into that like. Give me a little mustard shoe. Let me showcase the pant as the main wallpaper. I i mean. I don't know if you're going to do it. Honey get the mask to match okay. I'm with you guys book recently. Her fashion expert told us flare. Jeans are back so likud spotted in this trend. Way back in two thousand and three you guys you guys. We don't have two thousand and three though. No that was no no january third one. It's a rally for me. 'cause she didn't wear a mask and the living for this. Let me tell you about these periscope pants that were all the rage super super on high end. Handmade re pissed and you just gotta have a white button down every now and then now my fail are those little scrawny ratchet ask braids about. I have a problem with it and the eyebrows q. mindy irwin's warming tribute to her parents. We are talking about that and other feel good fridays when we come back out really did y'all today. I'm so happy. It's feel good friday and no one is feeling as good as been deep. Irwin a little tired. She is in her third trimester of pregnancy but this was a very cute tribute. She had with her parents. So bendy posted this picture and wrote recreating of very special moment. Third trimester love. She followed it up with a shot of her with her parents back when her mom was pregnant with her brother robert that being said this is the longest pregnancy in well. 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Impact After an Immigration Raid w/ Dr. William Lopez

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

1:10:21 hr | 5 months ago

Impact After an Immigration Raid w/ Dr. William Lopez

"Hey everyone. Thanks for tuning in this your boy captain hunter. Thank you so much for tuning in. Thank you for all the love and support and everything been getting so far. Really really appreciate it just want to. Remind you all to follow me on instagram twitter. multidose a CPT L. Hunter. Remember we have live episodes every Monday seven thirty PM eastern. Standard. Time. those will be on facebook simulcast on facebook YouTube. In periscope. All of those are Captain Hunters podcast, not my personal pages, Captain Hunter podcast. Also remember you can support the podcast pay pal cash happen Van mcleese are really would appreciate your support a dollar in episode right five dollars a month dollar in well, actually would be like a dollar twenty five. Actually it's more than that because I'm putting almost two episodes between the audio in the lives. So if you can give a dollar episode, great five dollars a month something along those lines really to help support the podcast short keeps going and keeps growing really really would appreciate it. Pay Pal Cash Ben. Or the Patriot page capita hunters podcast on. Patriots Pat R. E. N. DOT COM. So any of those platforms would help to do it today we have a good for you. We have Dr William Lopez. from the University of Michigan and I'm going to read to you his bio. Dr William De Lopez Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Faculty Director Public Scholarship of the National Center for Institutional Diversity he author of the Book Separated Family and community in the aftermath of an immigration rate. As a clinical. Assistant Professor William Teaches Health Impacts. Immigration law enforcement and US. This class focuses on violence of immigration enforcement on individual family and community levels and ask what we as researchers in advocates can do to address it. Beams include militarize immigration rates ice. And local police collaboration routinization fear. The stigma being targeted by ice in the links between the state violence in Latin, X air in the Muslim in black communities. So. That's a little bit about Dr. Lopez. Got Hooked up with him through faster Seth Stoughton got probably heard a professor. Don't know my podcast before really really smart guy. With Dr William Lopez which I really appreciate So without further Ado, Ladies and gentlemen, we're going to get right into the episode. We're going to have the the uncomfortable discussion of immigration I know this is a hot topic people wanted people don't. I personally don't think that there's any plan any real substantive plan to stop immigration in any type of meaningful way I think everything's working. The way that the system wants to work in is designed to work the question with with attempt to answer is. What can we do about? Fear of the dread in the consequences we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA take a look today at the fear the dread and the consequences of these certain types of rates in the physiological. has on the person, the individual family member how traumatizes family? How traumatizes kids? And just a whole ripple effect that this type that these types of rates have on people. So without further ADO German here is the interview with Dr William Lopez. Thanks for coming on the PODCAST here with Dr William Lopez. I really really appreciate you coming onto captain hunters podcast. Welcome. Thank you so much I appreciate. Your patience because learn knows I had to reschedule a few times. So I'm happy to finally be here. Thanks for having. It's not a problem glad that you did Gladys Jackson sent me some messages saying you know what the situation was because unfortunately, a had some guests who just Kinda K where you at Oh I had something going on so which is just so unprofessional as and this is I try to get you know PhD's like yourself smart people, attorneys and just people business owners and when they are doing stuff like that. You know when expect from the from the common man or woman yeah. So, once again, thanks for coming on Reached out to you and you were kind enough. Gracious enough to semi your book separated I. See I think he grabbed you. Hold it up for the audience. Yeah. So separated the the aftermath family family and community in the aftermath on immigration rate. Here's my copy that you sent me. Really really enjoyed it. It was It was a great work. So before we dive into that, can you just tell the audience just a little bit about yourself? Share happy to do that. I. Actually think we're introduced by one of your friends or Jesse right yeah. I'll make sure you know when we when we share this all I. WanNa make sure shout out he's been really Really good about speaking publicly about any of these issues. So I think that's how we got in touch. Yes. So My name is Dr William Lopez. Bill is fine bugs Lopez. It's fine whatever you prefer Kevin Hunter and I'm the author of family. And I'm the author of separated family and community in the aftermath of immigration raid on I'm also a clinical assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. So that means a few things in one of them is just that I take a health perspective when thinking about immigration and policing and what I notice having talked about this pretty frequently is that many people take out perspective. It's just not often called health So I, try to be a little more explicit rice, what are the impacts in our our bodies in our minds and emotionally, and then in our families in our communities in policing immigration enforcement As far as myself I'm originally from Texas my mother was born in Mexico, most of my family is either in Mexico in Texas are now in Michigan. Have, experienced living in a largely. Latino. Community in the south offered by eighteen years of my life. But then up here in Michigan, what's a largely white community with smaller pockets of Latino folks including immigrants recently arrived compared to San Antonio where folks have been there since as we say, the board across. Yes. So thank you for that and yes, you're absolutely right about seth. He is a good man who's been my podcast three or four times. I'm probably going to start paying if I if I. All right but I, guess got pay myself first, right so Yeah. So I actually want to have him back on because he's wrote another book while. Trying to get to eventually So how did you end up in in in Michigan from from Texas? Yeah Good question I San Antonio grew up, and then I went to University of Notre, Dame. So from Texas to the Mid West after that I moved back to Houston with my partner has. Actually, taught kindergarten for three years and I got my masters in public health. While, I was getting my masters in Public Health Houston I was working at a homeless shelter. one of the things that I saw you know what we were doing is often helping folks Lewis Their resumes that all your homeless. Job Right easy path to we believed our many folks believe to get out of homelessness But what I saw, you know that would be a bus that took folks after they were released from jail or prison and dropped off where we were and they walked into. You know to our center and what they needed was not immediately help with job, right what they needed with so much more than that. I mean just to give an example that he didn't have an address that you didn't have a phone number that how would you know if? An employer is going to call you back. So. Is there I kind of started to additionally everybody had. In this case many times, it was drug users and it was many folks with felonies when it was an all black community, right so these issues such as drug use and racism in histories of incarceration started to be really clear to me like Oh. This is sure we can call employment will, why is it only patterning among certain people Fast forward a bit and and we moved up to Michigan because my partner's turn was it was her turn to go get her her advanced degree. We tag team or advanced degrees a lot and so she got her MSW was working here at the University of Michigan because her parents are pretty close. We knew we wanted kids and we wanted them to be close to some grandparents. So I worked here. And then got my PhD in Public Health and as I mentioned, it ended up meaning on looking back that I've bounced between the southern border early, Texas I lived a little north in southern border San Antonio's not far but we're the Latino population has been there for quite some time to a place where the immigrant community is vastly different here in Ann Arbor different types of communities who experience enforcement in different ways. Very, Nice. Yeah I've been to San Antonio couple times. I. Actually like that city now it's a great place. Yeah. You know I like it here in Michigan our burlap but if I were to go back to Texas be San Antonio there though they are having a pretty rough time with the pennock right now. Yeah. Yeah. I mean most most places are so we talked about this a little bit before we got camera what. So how are you dealing with the pandemic speaking you guys in Michigan and all that go Share yeah I I I mean personally You know it. This is one of the hardest things I've done and I'm well aware that I'm about as privileged as you could possibly be in this situation right so the reason it's challenging for many of the reasons other folks listening especially parents understand Our kids are home. So we're trying to work two full time jobs. While schooling our kids in front of a computer. It's hard to take care of your kids in their emotional needs are extreme right now they don't know if they're going to get sick they struggling to understand these things they're worried about their parents and their and their goals and grandparents getting sick and dying So it's been challenging but like I said at least from my position as a as a professor on my part also works in the university and we're both able to work from home. And simple things like we have enough laptop so that we can work in a kid can be at school the same time, right? And that is definitely not everyone's experience. You know people working face to face essential workers people are losing somebody as you mentioned earlier the losses are deep The Times are heart and for me it's challenging but we're we're privileged I think living in Michigan and seeing how Detroit fared and then seeing how Michigan got better and then coming from Texas and sing a Texas Fares has been hard might my home community of Texas like my heart breaks for my family both my literal flesh and blood family but also by People there as I continue to see this climate. I imagine we can talk about predictable reasons why covert is climbing mostly along communities of color and low income communities right like we know that racial disparities play out in this way many of us know but now we're seeing it playing out on the national stage. So long winded answer to your question I personally, well at the challenging time but this situation is bringing to light many of the of the reasons or rather the racial faultline, the systems in our country. So, so let's dig into that and yeah, I did mention before. That I did lose two persons one was a church member in other was a church member who I kinda grew up with was I looked at him as like an older brothers when he passed, that's where the devastating, what makes her her addition wars right? Because you're so reserved into, should you go to the families? She could go to the funeral right because you don't want to spread spread anything or camping or whatever. So the next really really w harder to go through this your your master's you said in isn't was in public health is that Correct. Yeah. So McKay steeple until the COM. Yeah. So so here we are I mean explain to us what's happening You know how government bungled this or did they? Yeah. Here, we are is a good way to put it right in the middle of, as you said, before, we started twenty twenty just not going to quit. You. Know I think it in a little bit going back toward the to the topic of the book and I think. The question is, why are we seeing these rates among communities of color and We see many of the reasons that I think folks of color are well aware that this is how health disparities play out, and we say the spirit is we mean our communities get sicker and die younger than our white peers right and it's things like segregation access to medical care incarceration not everybody considers these systems directly related to our health and the health of their communities, but they absolutely are you. Know I think about like if you were born on a state that in the border of the state that expanded after the affordable care act expand medicaid or if you were born on the other side, like that's GonNa, shape your life, and we know that more southern states declines on the expansion after the Photo Care Act I think another enormous element to this especially for so I I use the phrase mix status communities. And briefly what I mean by that is communities often Latino concertedly be other groups in which some folks are undocumented. Some folks have visas from folks of citizens, right? So this is what communities Israeli look like on the ground we tend to talk about undocumented folks are undocumented communities as if everyone's just undocumented in these pockets, it's not really how it is. On but we see in these in these mixed communities. Folks have known forever and certainly for this administration United States for the previous as well. That the government knows what the store for them the government wants to renew them seeing the government wants to remove them So to suddenly make this switch and Oh, the government actually wants to keep me healthy while the government wants to remove me and there's a lot of cognitive dissonance in that right. So to trust the government to keep you healthy when it's trying to deport you and we know duplication is fundamentally bad people's House, right? So this doesn't work this this this all of a sudden we want to let, but it's tricky because often it's federal. Government trying to remove and local government trying to keep folks safe and healthy. So there's a lot for public health folks to do to try to explain these things on the last piece I'll add you know we talked about these issues at length especially for communities of color as types of jobs were often we often working right. So many of these are essential essential services that are face to face but I think I'm actually going to give you a different example I've done some work with folks law working the meat packing or packing industry and and Factory. Work. And I've done some work in the prison in detention system, and both of these systems make their profit by packing people of color as close together as possible. Ryan. Prisons make money my packing people close these factories make money by packing people close so that they can continue the conveyor belt taking chickens apart and they're packed in a cafeteria. So there's a very small spaces, lots of differences between prisons in between factories I'm not meaning to say these are thank thing and certainly meaning to say that people of Color often packed close. We see this also are segregation we see by Zip Code but what we see. In these situations that it's nearly impossible to follow the guidelines and wherever the biggest outbreaks Kobe been in our country right the biggest clusters and of the top ten it's something I didn't I should have looked at the stats right before this. But something like six of them are prisons and what did I say ten something like five of them are prison six of them are prisons. Three of them are factory plants than one was the cruise ship that were. Happen to the beginning but all of our clusters happening in these places where folks of color are packed together and these aren't the first things are thinking about when we're thinking about Health Kenmore thinking about deceased spread. Yeah No, it's. It's definitely something that we have to really kind of deal with you. You talked about. The. Health disparities in immigration in that negatively affects You know. Those were being deported. So let's Kinda dig into your book here. Why did you? Why did you write the book? Were you hoping to accomplish? Yeah. So in in the book and separated what I, what I do is largely follow the impacts of the aftermath of an immigration raid that happens You know about seven miles from the University of Michigan Right of this big flagship institution in the Midwest and this extremely impactful immigration raid that happened really right. Next door I'm even closer to this rate in the University of Michigan on what really along the many things I wanted to highlight here is just the immigration rates and. Immigration, rates, and deportation. Don't just happen at the at the southern border, right so it's not just California and Texas that are shaped by immigration enforcement It's throughout the Midwest throughout the heartland of the US and I say that no as a Texan who was heartbroken to I was actually in Texas at the time the story broke about children being separated from their from their parents. At the border and you know we talk about it as children being caged So that should absolutely get attention. There's no doubt in my mind about that, and we should think about the ways that immigration enforcement happens throughout the country. So. What I did was was speak with, and this is my community speak with members of my community about what happens after the raid and you know and I talk about it in the beginning of the book on I kind of envisioned it I was thinking of speaking to the men who were the targets of the raid, the men who were arrested and the men who were deported when I ended up doing speedy into the people left behind after the men was. Removed, which in most cases was was women was mother's rights and then to community members. So what I ended up finding was not you know the was the impact of the absence of of these people, the removal of these people in the impact of all of those people who excuse me the impact on the folks who are left behind and these are the folks who don't appear in our deportation statistics. Especially during the Obama era, we remember it was largely men being deported. After the raid you know some one of the mothers I worked with just walked back across from Michigan Busted Texas and walked across the border itself because. Life little apart appear and she won't appear in any deportation statistic. She was traumatized the I would argue that she had ptsd she couldn't care for her child. She's poor. She left. These are the stories that are easy to miss Somebody hoping that book was to think about these enforcement actions that happened in more places than just the border and also to think about just the rippling effects of deportation and how it impacts than just those who are targeted in those who are removed. Yeah, there was some really some touching stories that you mentioned in that in that book. But before we get to get to that I ask you about obviously the other side, the more conservative members of the audience I haven't who would say well, these people shouldn't be here in the first place You know they take the more hardline stance how would you address them as far as? This. Mission be here in the first place in jobs away from people driving down wages what's your response to? The. Yeah. You know many of those are fairly common push back. I think you let you wanNA three different arguments. You know the job argument they should be here in the first place, put down wages So the first one that they shouldn't be here in the first place most people who site the breaking the law without consideration of the value of the law or the punishment. Of the law. And never themselves has been the target of an unjust law, right? That's true. You're right. You're absolutely right. They had to go through something maybe they wouldn't be thinking that way because it. Yeah. I'm glad you laughed that lighten the mood because this is our one talking about for sure I mean I mean you know and I i. was I was. Acuity. Examples, I i. often, side are Women went to prison for voting when women were not allowed to vote right and I'm sure those folks were not are not saying they should not have voted only mentioned boat when slaves would run away I remember remind folks that when they were brought back often years were cut off and hamstrings severed right I. would not say that those folks are probably arguing well, they shouldn't have you know maybe they are and if that's the issue you have to reflect on the law, right? Not all laws are are. Just immoral unfair merely because they exist over many of these laws like the the immigration law like the. Restricting people from coming to the country we had or open country or country that was willing to work with folks who wanted to come. We get lots of these issues right? There's fewer undocumented folks when we changed the law and the definition of what it means to be undocumented These are folks that are loft and contributing directly to our economy. For. Sure. So the other thing that comes with while they're driving down wage is is like Oh yeah. We're totally on the same page about that. Let's. Let's pay people a fair wage. Right. This is one of the ones like align with you and we're going in different directions. But yes, I don't like exploitation either as a matter of fact I think the US is built on this ideal that we exploited our workers right? Are you unions broadest forty hour workweek our unions modest brought us the paid time off. We agree on those things, we agree that that workers should be treated correctly Those one more point that you you asked about an I, think one of going back to the idea of proportionality right now. So it's really important to reflect on if you break a law, what the punishment is and in this case, the punishment did of deportation and removal. And often the form in which that arrest prior to deportation takes place. Right. So it's immigration rave and violence and living in fear and cutting off access to medical care and simply disproportionate to the civil defense rights. Civil offenses is this not a criminal offense just disproportionate to the legal infraction Yeah. have. You ever had any discussions with persons like that. Any debates going back and forth and saying you know what I said listen you drive down wages your. Was Yeah you did I did site through drive down ways taken jobs and? I ever had a debate with any of these people are. At at times Not as much you know and I think. There's lots of. Good data on wages, right. So documenta folks aren't driving down wages and they generally and they're not taking jobs or generally there there's enough jobs Driving down wages as I mentioned, we agree we should not be engaging in these exploitative practices. We should pay minimum wage of more than minimum wage, but we should at least pay minimum wage but you know I'll be honest with you. The one angle I, don't enjoy going down very much. This economic arguments right the I don't like the argument that is while these folks are coming to do the work nobody wants to do and they're coming and doing their work really, and the truth is very rarely using medical services anyway, and they're contributing large amounts into the social security. They're paying taxes, and when you retire, you'll get to use their social security that they're paying in retirement you're building off of their tax base, etc I don't like making that argument and maybe it will lose me some some readers and maybe it'll lose I lose some arguments but like. I don't think people should have to pay with their bodies or their lives of their families to be able to be with their with their family and keep their family together right So my grandfather came from Mexico and he worked in automobile shop in Flint He was making a tire, his arm got caught in the machine right and so it is severed his arm about by right here about above the. Olive below the elbow and I remember growing up my whole life. You know we had this hand Hook on the end and I remember as a little kid. I could see the hook had a wire that went through his other shoulder actually opened the hook when he moved his shoulder and you know just as a kid who was like Whoa, that's I don't know it was interesting, but my grandfather had already paid for his paid with his body. He paid with his is Labor at already cost him his arm he raised six children with one arm. I don't want to make the argument that everybody should be gauging in high risk jobs cheaply for no medical education for us to be able to respect them people know and I'm also well aware that that's some people need that economic arguments often glad there's others who are here to make that economic argument because oftentimes, I'm not the one to do it. Yeah I can understand that. So let's talk about life pre pre rate. Do you ever talk to talk to? Cre- raid what their life is like how they're living in a Montauk Not. Just good stuff but other living in fear and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. Yeah. So that's a really good question You know and I write a lot in the book about. How this intersected with policing. So the radio when I was doing the work was in the middle of the growth of the black lives matter movements and he ended up seeing many parallels between in this case, a mixed is Latino community and what I saw and how police discussed. The black community and their role in the black. Really Right. And I think what's often easy for folks when they're seeing often blend the case on this was going on black men. On film as it, they're focusing on that issue of police violence that pulling of the trigger northern neglecting is that many of these communities are not only shaped the possibility of being killed or you know choke to death on the sidewalk or you can name any number of the ways folks killed not the communities reacting not only to the threat of being killed but also took the threat of the everyday stop and Frisk right to threat of the every day I'm GonNa, pull over, pull you over and ask you about your tail lights. And the reason we miss those things is because we're we we see this what I call hyper violence, and that's where attention goes were missing the other like slow types of violence that happened every day and shape people's lives but also one is fundamentally shaped by the other. We engage we assume the position when we see the police that we know they're gonNA, stop and Frisk us because we know the potential because we know the outcome could be being shot right when I think your questions a great one like what is life for the raid I'd say it's similar to life like before the police shooting always knew it could be there folks always knew the rate could be there So their entire lives with shaped by the possibility of it being there. Now afterward, it had went after it happened certainly life definitely concrete falls apart. You know you're poor you'd is you lose a loved one they disappear you're paying lawyers scared but before you're still living in fear of its possibility so you're still avoiding places you're still avoiding people or you're still not. Talking to lawyers because you're scared of the possibility of being removed. Some people are scared to talk to lawyers because. The yeah, and and you know that can be it can be interesting Situations in which that comes up. So scared to talk to lawyers or scared to go seek medical care or basically there's this fear putting yourself on any type of radar right as opposed to that the line is usually living in the shadows. Often includes yet speaking lawyers because you don't know what will happen if you have an unwinnable case and you brought to your case to ice rights have to petition for status. Aren't home security your ice excuse me Department of Homeland Security And once you're cases brought to them. There's a fear well, now they have your address and they'll deport me. So folks are often scared and engaging in any of these systems often systems that are meant to help them too. Yeah I can remember of being. In my younger days. We had there was a a number of of houses. All in the same area and we knew that they were all illegal and if I use an offensive term doing in touch. With us, we call them illegal whatever their their stats we knew that you know that they were doing whatever they were doing under under the table and all that type stuff and so What would happen often is not only did we know that the police but the criminals new, right? So they would have home invasions off right people in but and sometimes they wouldn't call us because it happens often and people would would do things to them. Because they knew that they wouldn't call the police. They wouldn't cooperate with the police because they because of their status and I always felt so bad for them because I know that we all knew that they were being abused but I you know I have a sense of art and that means people are being abused and and and you know they're not gonNA call is not going to trust us. In, in have you ever dealt with anything like that, you know people have been John victimized because of their status. I. Think. It's a great question I the correct word just the way we use now as undocumented workers not illegal anymore. I think it's a great question So. One of the things that I find it to be a great question folks asked me this. And it'll be interesting speaking with you know former officer as well. But I, think I ask him think about the last time you got a speeding ticket. Which Police Department pull you over? And what was their normal protocol? Do they ticket for five over ten over twenty over? Nobody can answer those questions. I can answer those questions right now in some cities, there's one police department. So you know who it is and other cities in Arbor, isn't really that big but like right by my house, I know where the two roads intersect where we have it's field PD IF CPI. NRP Washtenaw County Sheriff's department. So at least four right and people have different perceptions of all of those but. Rarely, do they know exactly who pulled them over nor do they keep track of who has differing policies? So certainly from the police you and I see this when I talked to police departments who believe they're supportive of undocumented folks and some are that it's it's unfortunate that folks don't trust them and from the documentary perspective it's often a shot in the dark, right so like you can trust one but not three. You're no more likely to you know like you said, call the police at one address in the other address it just doesn't sometimes play out that way. there's just this fear of the General Law Enforcement Body and you know often well-grounded like sheriff what's his name? Joe Are Pile and Oh yeah. Many at secure communities the whole the whole basis of Obama's enforcement was let's combine police and and Rather I guess in this case in jails. Police work in that system to and immigration enforcement. It's a very well founded fear of this It's going to add one other piece that you you mentioned. Yeah. At you know it's terribly easy to exploit folks who won't call the police well, cooperate police and I think we see this in to really. Really, terrible ways on one is often folks women who are victims of domestic violence something don't cooperate with the police won't call them won't file You know because they're scared in addition to the deportation of even an abuser may lead to poverty, right? So they're stuck in this terrible situation. was going to add one more. You mentioned they wouldn't call. Alright. So. The other issue that gets trickiest. Folks will copy they don't have ID and. You know as as you read and I discussed pretty heavily in the book ID becomes a strong signifier of your immigration status in lots of states not of not nationally. But in many states, you can't get a driver's license without You can't get a driver's license without a social security number or if you're undocumented. So an officer who wants to find out if your undocumented as soon as they see your passport or they see the, you don't have a license, they drill down and they'll ask right and so lots of this is not only do I not really know which police departments are the. Good ones are supportive ones, but I also don't know if an individual officer in that department is going to keep digging when they see that I have a passport and licence. Yeah I had A. Ahead a nasty situation just the other day. Concerning ide- in the police. This was a different. State Police Barracks, I'm actually I was GONNA. Let let people know this later on but album now reading book actually I'm just sending it to the editors now so it'll be out soon actually quote you in the book in the book. Yes. I'll say thank you now. Hopefully it's yeah it's a good quote. Definitely. Is it? It it definitely is definitely and I WANNA get I WANNA get into that story a little bit but I'm writing a book so I only mentioned that now because i. Had A nasty running with? Some officers from a different. Organization. And we all over. Id. Well, there was an all over idea, but but I can understand that you know when people get. Challenged and ask for their ID's like. Why. What do you need to keep digging into me for it? You know and then And then and I mentioned this in the book and I'm giving people a preview right now. So if they if you resist in that than. It, tag is the whole situation. Right I I know who I am an educated person I'm a former police captain. But if I ask them for their for their badge number or their name that it's going to some of their back, their last name and their Bachelorette, it's this whole powerchip that. Police officers really need to get off of so yeah we're. Going back to your previous question of what was it like the day before the raiders and Mike you know the day before the shooting and that's something I go into pretty extensively with the idea that often officers are asking for an idea of somebody in the passenger seat somebody walking on the sidewalk there's no legal reason to give the officer your ID. In, these communities where you can be manipulated and. Like this, like with the threat of deportation or if the threat of being killed you're likely to do what that officer asks. Right so I think in many communities. Folks have this big or what's your constitutional rights? Why didn't you oppose and you put up a fight and you know I find folks in in black and nick status communities will I know very well, why didn't put up a fight? It was much easier to like myself that constitutional right showing ID and pray that I could move along. But this ability to believe your constitutional rights only exists because we have this hyper militarized violence ends that folks can meet. If they don't listen regardless of what's actually the ball. I i. absolutely agree with that and you know, I obviously know what I, what I have to provide what I don't have to provide the rather than sit there and argue this guy. Listen I don't WanNA. Be Here I just gave him my date but I'm but I'm thinking the whole time. I really should. Maybe I should really put up a stink about this because it can be intimidating to Wednesday and give me your ID. That's that's not asking I. Know The with the with the. With the constitutional lawyers and the in the Supreme Court says you know are you a reasonable personally you free to feel free to leave people don't feel free when are saying give me right it's not a question it's not a request. It really is a demand, the physical presence there proximity to you all this type of stuff we can get it to So that's that's one thing that I want to change about lot. So let's get A to. Book is really good. You tell the number of of really heart wrenching stories and talked about the children in cages in you told a story about a one woman whose who had was nursing a baby in her milk adr had dried up the stress of the of the actual immigration rate had caused her to not be able to feed her baby and I was really kind touched me just physiological processes that go on when when this type of thing happens. Can Be devastating. Police officers taking a promotional exam one or two times has not fared so well, do you know someone who wants to become a police? But is not sure about how to go about the process or maybe they've also taken the exam and that fared so well. Are you the head of an organization WHO's looking leadership training for yourself or for your employees L. H. Police Training. In consultant services has those services as well as more my services can be offered through online virtual training or one on one. I even have online courses for those who are on the go you can buy my police officer preparation course or you can purchase my promotional exam course all online all of this is available and more at Hunter Police Training Dot Com and remember I'm here to prepare you for your future today. Gay App Gas certainly in in the book I I divided individual family and community that kind of organize these these rippling effects and I, John this case of of a woman that will call for. Manda. And she was in the apartment that was raided So so briefly, there was an immigration raid, there was targeting individual who was accused of selling drugs than having weapons and had been deported previously. And reported that he had drugs in weapons on him when he was deported previously thus the police collaborated with ice and specifically the SWAT team. With wants to kick in the door and ice followed them after. A. Great of the automobile shop in the apartment above it, and then the apartments were multiple women and kids, and and one of these women if another had a baby who was a believe about. Four monks But otherwise was nursing and both when both mothers in there rather chew of the multiple women in there were nursing. Infants there hadn't been nursing age. and the rate happens right and and so the rate happens. All of the men were taken out as reports that they. They had dogs they used gas and she said that affected her body and Herbert to produce Alex and. Told me after the raid her body could not produce palatable breast milk in her child's kept throwing up the milk for baby kept throwing up the milk. And she attributed it to many things including the gas in the the smell of the gas made everybody sick. When I was talking to the sheriff about it, he said it was probably the fumes from a Flash Bang grenade of you're familiar with those Rada building. There's like their sound and there's just the smoke from the grenade but I used that example because it's an example not only of changes in individual health rights this impacted another I would argue psychologically, but at least physically so much that the very makeup of her body changed the very in this case ability to produce palatable breast milk I changed but also an example of the fundamental fracturing of a familiar relationship right a mother ended infants. Mother is caring for her infant. This is perhaps the most a primal example of a family dynamic and it was fundamentally changed that day after the raid because of how the numbers body reacted to the situation. Yeah. Yeah that's that's terrible. Really was a touching story. So. Talk about just a little bit about what people may not realize what happens in the aftermath right I want people to read to read the book, but just give it us a little sample of the destruction of life touched on a little bit. But the destruction of life post post are arrayed shares in. You know I can I can give a few and I, think. One is. So these raids are often for a single individual person. Usually, target usually it's a guy a man though in the trump administration reduced see more more women than in the bottle administration. Opportunity. In that. Laughed because it's sad. Sometimes, to get a laugh to keep Greig rife. So. So it certainly still more men, but we see more women also but regardless of is usually one person in one of the things that happens that people don't realize is it ice immigration and customs enforcement or the organization that are the branch. Department of Homeland Security Kentucky's rates I will Question. Everybody else who they believe was the target right and so what does it look like to resemble the target? Very, much this from policing working in black communities. Resembling a target means you fit the description usually meeting by gender and race you're a man and you're letting your black by. So we know that what is does is questioned the Tino men in there and if they're undocumented also start sweeping people up and Mrs. What happened in this raid something like a dozen folks were ultimately detained and you know I say a dozen something like a dozen and as a researcher always do not like being unable to put a specific number on it and that used to frustrate me But one of the other thing points that I learned here is that often folks. Don't really know how many people are taken out or what ultimately happens. There's just this chaotic and like frantic vade disappeared and they disappeared and I think they have been made have been deported or they might have moved away or they might have quit their job and try to escape or I shouldn't say escape escape the area, but rather leave the area to a place where they don't think ice is going to continue enforcing So sometimes, it's hard to put a number on the on the number of people who are removed. So there's certainly this impact right and when we can, we can think about what? Happens when you're worried about being arrested, not because of what you did but because of crew you resemble right and so this is one of the things that we saw in the aftermath of the raid to is that people stop driving and they put themselves they locked themselves in their house and you know as its talked about enraged and other states like drew the blinds and hide in the basement What happens when you leave your house, you don't go to grocery store you're not going to you know you're not going to your church you're not going to the park you're not going to all of these other places. That we would kind of agree as a community, we need to stay healthy right and so you folks don't often can connect like a rate happens in folks star going stop going to something like like church the mechanism the way that unfolds via racial profiling and I know in other communities it's very much the same you think after after nine eleven when when the police were profiling folks who are Muslim, who are Arab the whole dynamic of the community change our willingness to go to these places in which we were stereotypes, which are often our churches often our parks in our community centers all changed So, we see this fear racial profiling really impacted folks willingness to move about Dr about an integrated into their communities, and then I could talk about at least a couple of two hundred pages, worth of the impacts of the Ray, but just to give one more One was was. For children over children in these buildings, you can imagine like I, think, this just extends beyond politics extends beyond whether or not your child psychologist public health researcher or anything like that Child seeing their parent forcibly removed and handcuffed and taken away is going to impact that child right if you don't, if you have kids I know fundamentally you can. You can feel that intuitively everyone is at least a kid and can imagine what it's like see parents and if you didn't like your parents right to see uncle or an aunt or somebody else taken away dramatic ways with you there, they disappear into a prisoner detention system gone But if you weren't there, if you're not in the raid one or the other impacts for kids is that they're just really scared they're parents aren't going to be able to pick them up again. Right. So children go to school on though like hugged their Dad not knowing if it's going to be their dad who picks them up at the end of the day, and you know this also goes without saying it's GonNa be Kinda hard to do well in school while you're worried about your dad's GonNa be back. And so this this I noticed the sits with kids this this mess with kids thinking it makes a lot of them sick especially if they closely connected but you know you know how word spreads through a community you know if there was a rate over there, you know if someone was arrested over there. So it's not just like my dad has a target on his back. It's DAD's have targets on their back. You know that's how kids relate to what's going on I mean. So those are just some of the impact I think are easy to miss after events like these. Is there any research on long term PTSD? Psychological. Effects on none of the kids as you mentioned, but also on adults right. There Yeah Yeah It's a good question and the answer is not really. I'll go into a few reasons why and it's parlors for so long Immigration research wasn't about enforcement. It only changed into enforcement recently, it was much more about who comes from where and what are they. GonNa sound silly. What are they eating when they get here that impacts their diet and their health Are they using medical services whether are different cultural health practices and it was a recent change where we started thinking like Oh. Okay. Well, they're not really immigration back and forth anymore they're staying in the US, but their lives are fundamentally being shaped by this organization that's trying to take him out there trying to take their loved ones out right and so I think all researchers we kind of have to admit that like, oh Let's we can't look at the government does if everybody's being treated equally, we can't even look at the government as if some people are getting a little more resources in some people are getting a little less Particular platforms of the government fundamentally desire to do something unhealthy to these people, and that's what we need to start researching I often see parallels in policing in the policing work. We haven't exactly looked at the long term impacts of things like police violence just like we haven't looked at the impact of long-term immigration impacts and I guess the other. Fly in here. Sorry. We're was okay. I guess the other thing I'll add to that is You know. So question is usually around PTSD because folks associate killing being shot or seeing somebody die with PTSD as appropriate when PTSD developed it was based on the in when PTSD developed it was based on situations from generally men who went to war. And who generally came back from war so they would have reactions hyper vigilance where like they're aware of everything they're hyper reactive to annoys it was really adaptive in Vietnam and it's not adaptive when you go back to civilian life hence diagnosing treated. What we see more in communities of color is we're not leaving war zones and coming into peace. Soames. When we see there's police violence. Those police aren't in their one month one year and then leaving, and now you're dealing with hyper. Right so things like hyper vigilance in undocumented documentary community or read the good survival strategies like you see a bluer a red light in your heart rate goes up and you book around on. That's that makes logical sense. So we have to really reframe how we think about our mental health diagnoses because many of these ptsd reactions are still survival strategies because folks have not left the war zones that they're in folks have not left the places in which they're surveilled and often experience violence even in their own communities. Do ever a deal with the. Or, look at the possibility. Of Racial racial animus in the immigration system right? You know I don't know what the numbers are. You know how many people are actually overstaying visas were here from Ireland vs? Am I picking on the IRS pupil. versus those who are who are being targeted from south of the border you ever look at those type of statistics. Yeah. Yeah. It's hard to look at those statistics like a lot of this is just lacking in data, right? But absolu- and lots of this is just founded on the whitening our country you know the immigration policies are founded on wanting to to whiten the country and and looking more at undocumented immigrants of of color who are often Latino and Latina and admittedly you know there's more Emag Documenta folks from SCOPE and Central America largely from proximity right so that is also the bulk of the population but you know I so in the previous admitted in other administrations. I guess I still do wholeheartedly argue that yes, there's a lot of. Immigrants of color more than any imigrants broadly right and the trump administration, and we also just see a continued focus on this group as well as an expansion to include immigrant groups from. The it felt like other administrations did not target right. So this whitening of our nation and this wanting everyone in the to have generational roots of that whiteness and I think one of the most painful examples right now has been this international student policy that we just saw worth international students were taking all of their classes online They can't come into the country right or they can't continue getting their education to the US, and it's this weird moment of vulnerability where the reason they can't take their classes on campus is because of a pandemic and we're saying, well, if because of the pandemic, you can't take your classes in person you can't be in the US You know it's it's just an example of this extensive. Efforts to exclude whomever we can from the country regardless of a country origin. So, let's dig into a little bit about why people do cross the border. What's going on? Geopolitically, why are people? Coming. Doing these trains and caravans and we would, what does he call it a? Invasions, and why are they doing all this I know the to baiting. Caravan was. Research and there was something around. invasion I forget what it was. Yeah I mean reasons, I've been similar for you know throughout all of History People Migrate for Work People Migrate for Job Opportunities, people migrate to escape danger to escape poverty into escape joblessness, right so many of many of it is those reasons that folks would y great to begin with I. Think every time you get into this conversation, one of the responses will why don't focus fix their own country I like. People wouldn't be leaving Mexico if they were deal with their own drug problems and and you know Narko. Narcotics issues there to which I always respond there's a a seller and there's a buyer and if the US stopped purchasing Mexican drugs that would go a long way in hitting the the supply right. So folks in Mexico are producing drugs for. Them, which is often changing their government in their system causing poverty folks are fleeing coming to our country and looking for jobs and working opportunity here because of. Just. Supplies created down there. Rather I mean. Frankly purchasing of drugs for Mexico and Beyond and Central Africa And then you asked. Or why do folks one of the other issues that's come with the with the tightening of the Border Security Writer? So undocumented folks used to have their families and often Mexico sometimes, Mexico and Central America. com for work mostly guys mostly men and then go back right. So they would come and go back and come and go back and often this was seasonal agricultural jobs men the border gotTA. Lot more secure and nobody could go back. So they were staying in these in Austin new destinations like Michigan and so then they brought their families with them. Right. So one of the ironies of this tighter border control has actually been undiagnosed folks coming here and staying here rather than living by nationally, and you know it's just an example of we've chosen to get more secure increase, the security and our and our border to increase our restrictions instead of any number of other options about having more visiting visas or opportunities to go back and forth and work we tend to think about like. The immigration laws are the only immigration laws. They could ever possibly exist said of thinking through what other what other options are. but you know to directly answer question people migrate for the same reasons throughout all of history usually usually jobs and better opportunities than they're finding and getting away from dangerous situations. So I got two more questions for in. Don't let you go what what what proposed changes would you meant to immigration law so we don't have these rates are you just mentioned about you know thinking about different possibilities? What possibilities would you like to say? Yeah it's. It's a good question You know and one of what I find a speaking of of a drug war I find it telling that the warrants used per for the ray that took place in the book was the same kind of warrant used That led to the killing of Rana. Taylor right. So much of the changes that I would propose are actually not necessarily immigration, but about policing broadly and our use of violence in our use of force and never have these things been more parents in the public than at the current moment. Right we see folks saying now defunding the police and then changed the structure of who is going. into our communities, right must be armed police are canopy folks who are offering mental health services. Right is is a frequent example So I think the militarization of the police is definitely one of the reasons that we've escalated and violence the SWAT team was there was used this raid and looking at the history of the SWAT team slotting was originally like this anti-terrorist anti kidnapping Organiser Group or team within the police unit within the police But then what happened is we had a lot of SWAT teams throughout the country and not a lot to do with them So then the drug war came and we decided Oh. Let's just use these SWAT teams to enforce drug laws a lot It was like we had the hammer, and now we can use this was as a male when often the drug laws were enforced don't require this kind of militarization, right? So what we see is that we know that the war on drugs often criminalized mostly black black and Latino folks and we. Know that Swat teams and heavily militarized policing units are our address these you know drug infractions. So what we see is this escalation of violence violent police tactics in communities of color of connection of the two So lots of the you know what I would say is is going back to why we militarize why we're enforcing against particular drug laws. Especially, as we see, you know we being legalized how many black and Brown folks have been in jail in prison for so long because of what white folks are now selling in Spanish, you know leave jobs, right? So it's this. It's this pivot on our drug laws Trying to think if I had any other I I, certainly have lots of public health recommendations and just to go into one or two I think this requesting of ID's. Is. I think there should be a policy across departments that any type of ideas and acceptable ID for the purposes of knowing who somebody is right. So we need to what I see is that when folks show a passport, if the officer wants to dig in more, we officer will discuss and as policy, this should not be allowed the ID. The ID should not be a sign that they should dig in more immigration status when the reason asking for an idea had nothing to do with immigration status And and then I guess as another just general. You know I can't help but think back to the pandemic since that's on all of our minds We see that many of the of the money distributed after the pandemic is restricted to folks who are where citizens, right so undocumented folks on getting any of this money they're losing jobs just as much they're continuing to work in high-risk jobs. They're still caring for children for some folks. It matters that those children are US citizens. For other folks, their children and should be cared for either way but we need to support folks financially who are working or unemployed on no matter the immigration status. Absolutely. I, know I said I two more questions but I off the lie about that. I don't do it on purpose. But I just think it's something else. What is I mean? I wanted to bring it back to what we talked about almost at the beginning is in fact that people will say you know they shouldn't been here in the first place is a reason that should a US citizens tax thing citizenship care about what's going on with rate? Does it find? Does it impact them financially? In any way shape form passion whether I mean is, is there any reason that these that people in those positions to care about who's in the country or in or about the rates that are occurring as any reason that ancient care? Yeah. That's a great question like pop my back my knuckles giving. This one Yeah. So are is there reason why folks who are citizens are folks who are not undocumented should care about these raids and you know I'd say, of course, I'll go with. The. Human argument I which bear you know doesn't change everybody's mind. But we care about the mental health of art and the mental and physical health of of our neighbors right. So one of the things I'm learning and they Accurate Zoe both lived and learned and wrote about final into how to talk about. But these communities aren't isolated it. Your Zip Code at doesn't Know Citizens Appear documented folks sleep here these people in your community. So their children are going to school with your children or their children are singing the same choirs and they're playing on the same soccer teams like you're impacting the parents of your kids friends, right? Like we are integrated in our lives and our systems throughout the country, not just in the border, but everywhere The. Second is that we're you know we're seeing So you're saying you asked me. Kevin Hunter should other citizens. Why should other citizens care and I WANNA go with? Why should other In in the in research say marginalized groups we we can say like folks cutler any number of other other ways to think through who we are in solidarity with Why should we care is because the government doesn't always distinguish US as we distinguish ourselves. So they're not necessarily saying this organization will work with undocumented folks and target them this organization going to corporate black folks in this organization will target only Muslims and Arabs after nine eleven isn't that how it works it's often how we talk about it immigrations a Latino issue policing. It's a black issue often talked about like that, but it's not how it works. After the killing of Floyd, we saw border patrol was brought in and we saw border patrol drones were used to film the protesters. Right. We see the blending of this we see one set of government resources it's used to oppress documenta folks Latinos is used to. US TO IMPACT The lives of black folks the next day. So as far as multiple communities of Color they're all using these organizations are using the same tactics. My future is very much bound up in future respond to these groups will who are pressing and targeting us. Good for good. Final question is I want to ask you to tell the story that I. This is story that I caught you in the book about. Is. is a story about you one on a on a ride along. And you notice that an officer had pulled over a car and he pulled over the car because the white guy had duct on the seat in the black guy was the driver. If you can take it from there I want you tell. Because this is correct. Quoted you about just a how you could see you know what people are complaining about. Yeah Yeah. So you know it was it was interesting as I did this this raid happened in two thousand thirteen and I did work and you know advocacy and scholarly work in two. Thousand Thirteen fourteen, fifteen So as I mentioned, this was right during the the black lives matter movement it was after Garner was killed, there was after. freeway was killed. and. So I was I was writing along with police largely how police enforce immigration law right out of police talk about immigrants or undocumented folks police wanted to talk about black lives matter and they rolling. It's the leading used the words black lives matter. But it was what they you know. We're certainly talking about. and it was interesting because I feel as though I was I was welcomed that was leading into police cars a number of times and it surprised me. And came to understand a little bit about what was going on in hindsight it's a bit more obvious. I think departments were really hungry for the approval of folks of color and I'm a Latino person of color but I'm also as described him the daily privileged as opposed to many of my peers. I have lighter skin and I have an accent really educated. Overly educated. I'd say, and frankly I think I wasn't lack i. saw some other people that I was with who were black. described, really differently than I was described And we are engaging the same stuff, right. So police lend me in the car and talk to me about. was going on with the black lives matter movement in this really made me reflect on this grouping of people of color and how different experiences will be within that group. I'm giving too much background and getting to your story. So one time. Yeah. I was in a car and the COP was a young officer White Officer probably like twenty two they kept telling me you know. Maybe you'll get to see me do a foot race maybe you'll get to see me do foot race. There's a lot of this mentality of foot race in weaponry and in in much literature much of the story is called Cowboy Ing. But there was we were we saw Karpass it was night, and there's a white guy and a black guy in it and one of them slouched down in the car and so he turned on his lights and he pulled them over and he pulled the black guy out of the car and he. Said on the, curb And really custom. And another cop dot they're about the same time in the other cop got there and stood over him. And I was still in the car and to me it's like I I can't believe this is happening. So obviously like doesn't you know How obvious this is. and. So you know he's questioning them questioning what they had what was in the car I think he questioned. So he pulled them over because we saw the dude slouch ranked. That was the reason he gave me and then I believe he smelled wieder something in the car. So he started asking about the we'd ultimately He lets them both right and so you know in my head and my head is kind of spinning like the really just handcuff and see the black guy out of the car and the White Guy were still in the car I. GotTa be some awareness of what's going on So I asked him why? And he said, well, I wasn't able to keep track of both of them. I only keep track of of one but it doesn't really answer why the mantra was handcuffed was the man who was handcuffed. Then we'll really stuck out to me is in the Andes that all you know it's really it's really wild is that I saw the white guy and youtube the other day talking about the Ghanzi hat. and. That just really blew my mind like I cannot fathom any universe in which a black man would be on youtube talking about his weapons. And would be allowed to sit in a car with out being handcuffs right without being handcuffed without being pulled out nothing. You know. So in the end as I as I reflect on the book, it was often the officer was unaware of his own I would say. Racist behavior that was going on like right in front of like with him. I mean right in front of me we just lost on him and I think largely one of the reasons is because. Officers continue to see individual things they do whereas the public. Certainly researchers see the large scale of what's going on and it's very much why the public is able to like with the police because they know a nicer a good police officer, there's a great police officers come into the school while another half of the public is looking at the whole set of data in which. Lack folks are much more likely to be killed to be used for to enforce used on them and to be thrown in jail. Right. So regardless of how good the officer is came in and talked to my son, there is a statistical difference in how this organization treats people. But in that particular instance, it was like invisible to him because he was just thinking about one interaction. Yeah and that story really touched me as far as I mean here you are on a ride along, you're able to see it in the sky. You know I wonder if he ever read your book and a fief if he could see his behavior if you look back so you know what I noticed guy had guns. I stopped the reason I stopped when 'cause he's the one that slouch down. In. Hoodoo. I handcuff who are take out of the car the Black Kat. Yeah. I mean I wonder if it's completely lost on him. I do too. So. I. Thank you for coming on showman. Great. Great Conversation. You have any papers coming up or what are you working on our? Yeah. Thanks for having me Yeah. So actually what we've? Done with a collaborator. So this book was on a home raid and you know I thought at the time that the last. Of the large worksite raids, it happens missile happen Jiang Obama that while the good executive. President Bush one of a good example of the postal rate in Iowa which three hundred people were taken. So basket scale, we didn't really see those Obama era, our kind of done with them We'll see them again in the trump administration. So the latest iteration that the work is they've been able to speak with folks responded. Community members, right. So when when I say responders folks up that the first responders. But I actually. Organizations Teachers, churches, etc, but respond to these. Rates these large-scale worksite rates between fifty and a couple of people are taken out. Good. Thanks. For Thanks for coming on the show really appreciate I'd like to have you back some time. Chop it up begin. Hopefully, be under better circumstances. For share happy to do it. It was great having. To circulating when it comes out. Absolutely. Thank. Thank you so much. I appreciate all the business businesses I could get all the all the publicity. Thanks.

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EP98: Fame, Haters, Power, and Money

#GetSome with Gary Owen

56:50 min | 1 year ago

EP98: Fame, Haters, Power, and Money

"You're listening to the podcast tag eighths up everybody. This is gary with gets podcast. You can listen to this on. I teams to search gary owen hesse. Get some or prefer you watch it on youtube youtube dot com forward slash gary old com gonna goma schedule real quick two things before i bring on kenya. If you're watching this on youtube you can see she's here and she's dying to talk <hes> so this weekend. I am in tacoma washington. <hes> at the tacoma county club that'd be december seventh and eighth then september thirteenth. I'm in phoenix arizona at the celebrity theater. That's duval and then september twenty two twenty second second chicago illinois at chicago bra which shelving it's a suburb and september twentieth montgomery alabama at montgomery performing arts center so biggest news. Though is this saturday. Make sure you guys watched showtime. Special comes out ten thirty p._m. Eastern standard time it's called hashtag dual what i do and it's the greatest this comedy special of all time all-time all time and i've been doing interviews and stuff and like better richard pryor better oh george carlin better and better you gotta believe yourself. It's all time is the greatest. It's the best so this saturday and i don't like my wife life. Making noises in the background like it's not to you is to george palmer wife was. I guess it is the best george fay. Are you not support your man. It's not enough. I think first of all i think it is an you f every special you've done has been light better than most top five. This is seriously to me the best one you have done and i think i put in a top five but then i saw the final cut. I think you're in the top three boom boom right yep so seriously it is worth it. You guys like okay. That was funny that you're right. Can you top three if not your top two. That's excessive if you don't like this you just a hater. I'm gonna do later on this week. I'm on a do an instagram video and i'm gonna cause any time. We're in a social media age where people get offended if you don't repulse stuff for them <hes> like we gotta think man thread when when anybody has a movie coming out we'll be eat not all the time but a lot of times. The cast members are even the director tim story he'll. It's an email saying hey guys mind post in this fire this video promoting this movie or this project so i'm going to be on instagram now matala comics have you don't it re post this video or post the flyer for my special. You're a hater in deep down on fire new because if you go that route airbus because they don't want to think that something like this. You're a hater ran. You know that i'm hearing and that's why you're not promote my special because in your heart art you don't wanna see me get my shine because you know deep down so i'm gonna leave it up to you. If you want to read it or not but that's gonna be the video okay we'll. Let's see who posted. Nobody's really really really really really funny. Everybody's a hater everybody everybody. That's the big news this week for us. That's the only news and now came on last week. I had just come back from winnipeg and now that we i'm a home in the movies done and you didn't never been out the winnipeg. I'm now a lady eighty who first name starts with d. Lasting ends with a was one of the reasons you didn't come to winnipeg. What lady named starts with the today me letters. How many concerts did you go to now. He is talking about diana ross okay so let me tell you something that is true. I had an opportunity where we're not. We bought tickets opportunity tune in for me to go see diana ross no there wasn't that an opportunity you win. Tickets obit a bit. The bought the best seats that i could get so after i had already purchased tickets. We got hotel rooms. We have rights era says oh. This is a good weekend for you to come tawana pay so that doesn't work in the case of the dan ross okay so my mother used to play diana ross when i was a little girl and i remember the first time i saw diana ross on my twenty one inch t._v. She was singing a song and she was doing her are but she was feeding me and that's when i realized i am bigger than ninety eight macarthur. I'm getting outta here our how our win but i'm getting out of here her and it was all because of diana ross i love love love diana ross and let me tell you something as seventy-five she still has it like at the end of the concert. Everything was really good. She did you know staff from the bill. How are they movie. She did all of the number ones that you know. She changed clothes like five palms. She looks fantastic. I knew the words to everything. It was a lot of white game and so they were up in. It's it was it was so fantastic and at the end she says bring a chair. She says you guys have questions for me. Ask me anything nothing is off limits. I just loved her so her. You're what you see like her interaction and engagement with people israel like she and i had a moment she was on stage. I was at musi but we really did have a moment. I don't know if she realized that she and i clearly had a moment. Special arches are mixed right. <hes> <hes> coordinates yeah. One of the kids are buying their gordon. She then you really did follow in her footsteps. Your oldest is black lack much mixed kids afterwards sorta diana ross. Excuse me my oldest is mexican black. His grandmother's a full stomach down l. mexican. What's a stop down like real from mexico to texas real mexican stock downs. I don't think stunt down offended the whole nationality of real stopdown well they don't stop ever heard in my life i don't i think i made that a few real stopdown mickey. Oh okay if that was offensive. I am really start. Sorry we'll find out. I guess we will come at you. Quick cy sorry stopdown yeah anyways. It was fantastic. We had a lot of fun got a real quick trip and it really meant a lot to me. I wonder if dating cautious in a hotel room only his fun. I'm sorry fine we faced once <hes> recycling and that was on accident we talk. I'm sorry it was really important to me. It was like a full circle moment for me <hes> but the massey this i was in winnipeg yeah. What if i was in like rio de janeiro shooting eating welcome sudden-death brazil by myself and i had to wait these kids would've had to wait rio de janeiro when you can get a thirty dollar hooker all week that will wash disclose and cook your dinner taking i don't. I don't know google the women in winnipeg stakes. I will say though the white women in winnipeg have big essence like really in real life. What were they like big wide or being a little. Oh we also ski ski exercise for legs john status so i was like i was a little like whoa and thick like not like skinny. They have some meat on it but it's cold up there eight months of the year. So it makes sense buzzed buzzed thicker yeah this like the women in the midwest they had no. I grew up in the midwest. They are certain points yeah you you can think that the mountain do not necessarily seen fried food. That's fast food. Thank you rallies wait for his is big boy restaurant. That people like it's really good. I like a cracker barrel. What can get healthy awesome <unk> bro. I like i like the grilled chicken tenders and get the green beans and the salad and i'm good you can get healthy options cracker bob geldof greg abril but there are options yeah haters right quick about the haters okay so haters are some of your greatest supporters. They watch all the crap view. Do they are washing. Hey ron. I'm not saying that they are your biggest supporters. I really do think they watch all that so they'll have something to hate on. That's common dollars feeding. The people know that it was common knowledge. We realized if you if you if you hate on somebody you really are you. Tell yourself that you're not happy with your own cell because even last week i had talked about high really want that part and fatherhood kevin hart movie and that's the only time i've ever ever reached out to kevin in my life for anything and i didn't say give me the part. I just really loved the script. I love this character and i know there's in studio but if at all possible i would love or you get on this and it went to lower a._l. Now hater probably be like now full little round stay with doing i looked at it and i just went as when halo rows gonna kill it. He's gonna do a good job and it just wasn't meant for me right and how the universe works does end up getting welcome. Sudden-death which is a bigger part and michael gye white is not a hater no but but very generous store sorry saying is a heater on that route no they would have done shoots the really funnier me. She liked that but but now such different casting though it is a recast. He went clearly what they were looking for. Honestly little rail is what would cast it to if you're looking for black yeah just hatred for yeah but haters diving and going on either so they all they do is they live their life getting upset. When other people do stuff said just be like you know just focused on me and it'll eventually happen and sometimes they do have a lot going on but still it's all internal. Do you know what i mean. They're still unhappy like sometimes haters. Do you have a lot of shift a lot of money and what as an outsider looking in you would probably think oh they have it all or they should have it. Together and people are still feel very intimidated by other people so haters like chow molesters. Come in all forms okay so child molesters. Don't look like junk do not look like monsters. They come in suits. They come in cates. They come as he's they. Come as the ice cream man so you don't know enacting the same thing about haters that function like like they moving moving correctly but really inside. They're not they grew. Some people need drama function. I know that we on on those people that just can't be they could they can literally when the powerball for eight hundred million and they'd be like i. R. s. was taking task. I can't live four fifty million. You know it's funny about the powerball is that i don't ever play like like forty dollars. Forty million dollars is not enough for me. Okay i don't play unless it gets to like that. Six hundred seven hundred million dollars and then i'll play and people don't play like a sunday honestly so i'm always be playing this because it's all should have fun with just ten dollars lotteries. That's that's what you're banging on mo-. There's lot of family members that day are still banking on. We're lying well. You know what yeah they are. The best they have the best stories of yeah and how they how they start ah how they lived before they had the money how they live during the money and how they're living after the money if they're still living and it's usually the same before and and after they run into the park in the back of the trailer bark l. but some people listen and somebody's home of this they go in. We never want to say this about society. Heidi is some people are they. They're not meant to be put on this earth to have money to have success or that. It's just for whatever reason that some people just aren't meant to have. I know a couple people. I know that aren't meant to have money in if they had to use it right i. I don't know you're born in certain categories so i don't know warns you not honestly born. I'm because of their bad decisions as just it's just the way the stars worked university. Not everybody is just not. Everybody's gonna be millionaires. Okay that makes sense but okay that makes sense not naming occupy. Some people were put on earth in. It's just not going to happen. It's just not like even when i lived the osce this when i lived in the trailer park as a kid. I knew i was going to make ends. It says if you are single out there this is a question. You obviously need to ask whoever you are dating sir. Can you please tell me if you were meant to have money or not. Real our our success like there's some comedians out there that i know that they don't really want it. They say they do but they don't 'cause 'cause. A lot comes with a lot comes with success empower vein and deep down. They really don't want. I know a couple of comedians out there that i haven't seen in a long time and they were funny but i was like i knew and when i would talk to him and speaking i go. They don't really want really be down. They don't what would you want the fame power or money. You choose more money because the thing about money is when you did it. If you don't have the pain you can really enjoy like you go out and do stuff and people are not bothering you if you have the fang can't really enjoy because everything everything has to be so planned and probably have that so much security. Just precious love it. They say they don't but they fucking love the fame part of it. They eat it. There's no you see people's faces when you see like t._m. What is it t._m._z. Or the pop rossio you guys went into a club you know like anybody and if they got downright all eating it up there fucking eating. This shit up kills them. They go if you could change one thing about you know getting his business. What would it be there. I just want to have a privacy back. We go. You really don't because if you had your privacy nobody knew who you were and you wouldn't be famous and you wouldn't be as successful so it comes with it. You want it so bad on the way up when you get there. It's like now. You can say you don't want it. I want everything that comes with his business. I'm cool with i. I know what it is. I know some people are gonna find your personal life. I know you're going to get pitcher saying you don't want take <hes>. There's going to be people that approach you that <hes> didn't approach it the right way but it's not like i don't want this life and don't want this business. It comes it just comes with. I will be preferred have lots and lots of money no fame. There's a lot of people with no power is kind of sexy but no power it all kind of hand in hand though the power of the money who has power didn't have money who has power in no money. I don't any popcorn hamlin you not not. I'm not talking about the third tier of prison. There's prisoners don't have the take prison out of power and money are the same thing yeah fame's different walk hand in hand. I know some famous people that don't have money you think they do but they don't. I know some things like that or i thought they have they. Did you know people assume if you if you live in nebraska you're not around anybody entertainment business. You just assume somebody gets in a movie. They're a multimillionaire. It's just not the case. There's there's numerous. People that are working and entertainment is working job. You ever want to say waiter bundled people that are in their forties awards that have been this bins and been on t._v. And benhamou. He's at or work in a side hustle. Just put on table. I'm not knocking before it but somebody would consider them famous right but i don't know any powerful person that comes with it well. It was along as you elena. I beat up checking my phone calls. I pulled my hamstring. Freeman lower backs out no but you know what it reminded me up like when i read stories i read a lot of gossip or i am talking to a girlfriend or somebody and i hear about some middle aged guy cheating not that you're <unk> cheating but what you're older. You're not twenty. Okay so it just like these guys in you know as they get older. They are falling apart so it trips me out to hear a forty year old or a forty five year old guy out there cheating because what i'm thinking is like really at that aid yourself. They're cheating seton. I mean you. Your belly is getting bigger. Your balls are hanging lower. I just i don't get it. I just don't get it. You're not twenty or so. It just made me realize oh. He's getting older. Would that have to do anything only getting hurt on getting older so i think you are more prone for. You're getting hurt easily. No shit. I told you what the masseuse said. It was all stemmed from my hips because your your your pelvis is really out of line. Yes she is you gotta get live. Well have knee surgery because you fly a lot probably lean to one side more than the other yeah which is true. It just happens and she goes so when you hit being line. It was pulling your hamstring one way in probably your lower. We're back massage at some of the davis. It's good hurt because when she's on your back and feel the not come out. I love that feeling a liberal he field and i feel it and then i could feel kinda like that. I told you the only deep tissue massages and i got a deep tissue or not up meant to feel amazing like a hotel spa yeah well. It's it's better for you though but <hes> i told you the one the the only deep tissue massage i ever got that was like pissed was in a lifetime fitness and mason ohio and this chick recommended. There was a guy in girl. I'll take the girls always want the girl over the guy and she has none none at all the guys on they can see you now. She goes a lot of people a lot of guys the same way when they get done like they're happy. They did it because he can really get those knots out oughta. Go all right. It's just weird grown now in los on his hand rubbing your but he rubbed me we so hard on my back and i was like i learned this don't feel right dude and the red flag for me was when i was telling him problems and ah fly a lot so he was playing once other once told us never let i said you'd never let this area and what i find is people that don't don't leave certain areas of same little bubble their own. They think it's weird like feel like they know everything and then they they don't. They're not open anything like me. Tell him this don't feel right now on the best. I know what i'm doing. It sounds like austin only sounds like austin own yeah. It does a lot it's either black or white. There is no middle though he is traveler and he does a lot of stuff but he doesn't doesn't know but that's just being teenager. This is a grown man then rubbed his freakin. Pause speed up member number two days. I have bruma back usually what happened. I got fucking masseuse well. Why didn't you stop it. You didn't feel empowered. It's deep tissue. You're laying there. I'm not experienced guy at that point. I hadn't held the tissue size. This is like five years ago so i didn't know i was like i know i had one or two and it was uncut on this but when he's i think he's the expert in this really getting these knots out and shit when i asked everybody really you should never be bruised after a bird especially i was it wasn't like it was a big back bruce. I don't i don't i don't well. I remember that i've not like deep dish. I don't want anything that is painful if i know that if it unless it's sexual if not i don't i don't like when they get to a not. I'm telling you to move over experiment but it has to be love. Smack them like shut. The fuck up smash has is like no. What are you doing this meets. You should be the worst have you sexual abuser choked out now. Seeing guys get choked out. That's weird. That's a weird deal. It's just weird doc periods this weird even u._f._c. fights. I'd be like god. I got guys. Get off and they get up and you can't. There's so many means right. There and people talk about you. That'd be worse. I'd rather get knocked out and choked out. At least a knockout is like a punch boom choke. Oh cow you don't punch you all come in. I think when you're getting choked down in urban choked out would be thinking brains going. Oh shit drowning. Oh wow oh shit. Take him out of this right well. How's it. I do okay so i think the down you won't be friends with wendy ward. You wanna be down. I don't i don't think i wanna i i wanna be. I would be friendly. <hes> and i liked wendy and i think she has been through a lot and i think i became more sympathetic or empathetic to her are with the whole her getting a divorce and her being sick you know really softened me and then i you're happy she gets divorce and and or she's leaning moving in that direction that she gets away from kevin but it does make me uncomfortable in a little worried when i see her out at satellite like hurt being the oldest one in a room most times trying to hang out every night with these young young ooh a lot younger girls and he's clubs and stuff. It just doesn't go authentic or natural. It feels to me like she's doing it. You know to be out you you know and now but it seems like an wendy's age at fifty she capri. She got capri money. She you know she should be we. <hes> in at the in the mafi coast should be yachting with other people her age not at some news off. They have a summer break okay. She's on through it now. She's just like maybe we'll have about this to defend her what she goes home. It's lonely yeah people being in there yeah yeah. She's in the same area so she's probably just like you know given the mind off things i think she probably has women france her age. They can go out. They can get a drink too jazzed up or she could just be in a group of other forty forty five fifty year olds. I'm just saying it makes me uncomfortable. Feel sorry for her bike. Maybe that's just her crowd. Maybe that's the important part. Thanks martin shoes in the lobby. Okay no she did it. I watched soup. I watched this. That's what she said. I think to say face. I watched snoop on breakfast club. Okay i heard what happened from the guy from the godfather himself okay. He said he was leaving. He ran into wendy. Also you do it and it wasn't some planned meeting. I'm going there because she put out. She went there to see snoop anyways. It wasn't anything like that rush he was he was the last liberty they're fifty cent had left two hours prior to snoop and they came up this new like hey you know your last one here. You know fifty left like two hours. I was like okay well. I'm out. He said he did have a good time. That doubt ran into when he took a few pictures. He said i would have given her mind blue wristband because i was leaving i didn't i need it but i didn't know they had beef like that so wendy williams did not get in story about her. Oh i came to see snoop. Anyways was just to say face and that's fine. I am more concerned even more than her hanging out with twenty year olds or thirty year olds in clubs would would short shorts and whatever i'm more concerned about the fact that she's interested in being friends with kevin hunter. I don't want her to be kevin hunters free and having her fridge 'cause i am. I don't have any proof at all. I am sure that he was poisoning her daily. How how all of a sudden she just comes by. She has all this energy she out and about when you know she is falling over on stage and look can half asleep and slurring her words and all that i just i don't want. I don't think she should she needs to be near kevin. If kevin is in the same room i think she should be in a different room. I wouldn't even let him brush up against me. <hes> fearing that he hasn't sort of poisonous appointment he could put back on me. I don't get it. I do like windy and i wanted to stay away from kevin and to find a more mature fringe groups to hang out with i wonder doing you're doing grunt cool. Grown folks thinks. I want you to stop being emotionally invested in other people's lives. I think people need friends. I d i don't care. I could be a friend for way over here. Won't you productive active stuff on the internet case so i hit you know what i read. People that have kids are happier than people that don't have kids but not until until the kids leave away to leave to go to college on films okay he was children are happier are than those that don't but they don't get happier until kids leave to go to college start their own lives and and sort of worry and you know do this do the the people we know. Do you think that's true. I think it's true for my dad and his wife jane. I think they're they're you know they're they. Were happy with my my yeah. My sister's yeah. They seem like they're just like my dad. Always thinking that i love my daughter everyone moving back. Only shock haven't my time yeah. You know my job there but i love having everything to myself now. We'll say when our kids leave. I'll commits the personality by mistake miss right. I wonder if it depends so like right now by i think i will we'll be happy. I was happy when they were younger. Deal what you told me to do and went along with the program and you know babies in the first is the first that okay yes high school but and i i'm excited about them leaving and going on to do their own thing because i i still got it. I could still hike. I can still move around. I don't have any elements you know what i mean so i'm still killing fram shit like hold on. I've ever seen you hike in your life. You compare some early to a child molester. I haven't got the i think when he got to drink your molesters don't walk around with t shirts osama fucking molester i can hike. I controllable basis. I don't have to worry about rise. I don't have to worry about. I was getting ready to say vim. Oh i think i don't think any more i do get somebody to come and stay see. This all falls on me. That's why you don't know if it's more than a night or two. Do have someone come and stay they. It ain't just no free fall all over here so but yeah you still got like all these hikes kissling they will walk around the neighborhood total hiking abounding sure yeah okay january second. I'm in hawaii at the blue note for i'm just gonna throw random date out there three or four months away so i did hawaii i last year and i had a good time and we make a little vacation of it and we use that when the kids a little we used to go to vegas every weekend after astor new year's because yes we get deals on hotels and nobody's there that that that crowded big lobby. It's quickly switched the hawaiian so this year we're going again and she goes <hes> so january second blue note in white so this seriously seriously like okay were we got a big villa at one of the yellow tells there on oahu and we're bringing my road manager. Brad ed my opener say and i'm doing it like it's almost like a christmas gift to my guys like everything's taken care of you. Know what i mean and kenny goes ooh you you think you think brad's going to bring his wife and i i do and she was saying to bring his girlfriend said. I don't know but she's more than welcome to come. She's okay a couple of things for us to do. We're gonna a hike on the i go. Okay what we're not waders high in on the big island we we've been to hawaii ten times is our relationship we once by accident by accident hiking. You had all this shit plan and i said kenya enya. I don't wanna do that. I don't wanna get on. I don't wanna get on a hike to go see a waterfall with a grew in moore situation yeah and i'm stuck with eight people that are all old are asking about the tree and how the flowers grown is this a <unk> and they give off carbon monoxide dieters seven. I don't wanna do that shit. I i don't want to have somebody plans. Fuck kennedy tree fuck danny line and make a palm tree. I don't wanna do that the no i'm not doing that she goes. Oh i don't want it. I said let's just say this guy. I'm not saying you know what i'm saying is. Let's just getting a car drive live and let's see where the day takes us so we drove and we end up driving up this hill. We stopped in this little town. Which was though we got some homemade fudge hilo we drove through he lo- okay then we drive some more stopped it in abandoned airport which was cool then we ended up with the prince's point at the top of this hill and they said oh no you can hike hike down the bottom of this and then back up and i go really let's do it. We hiked down what black sam beach bottom back up it complete complete accident now bay. We talked to the lady at the concierge desk okay. She gave us the map okay so it wasn't quite the morning right right okay so this morning but it was a lot of fun is burn phrases so okay so on our way back seven hundred or our way back <hes> i had to piece so badly i just could not wait any longer because because i okay so gary wants to use the bathroom i in the end i had to use it and just just look out just look out and i don't know you guys has noticed that if i've ever spoken about this. I don't like the outside. I don't like bugs like dirt never planning anything. I don't want that kind of stuff so u._s. I go i start got to he and he's a guy what is taking so long so i have finished but i do not know plants so i did not know which plant i could use to white my vagina. Okay like what is poisonous what is not supposed to ask you. You know what i'm like. I don't know what these plants ask. Your book and we gotta go covering the fucking pussy hats push like oh my god i they make paint company was people were throwing back. You forgot you forgot the important story so we're so i'm pissed i and then she pissed. Yes in limitation. When kenya pisses it literally like somebody just opens. A faucet is turned off. God damn allowed us piss ever woman as long. It was like one of showers. Have you ever got a beach and got the shower really feed off but the second the second skin coast clear piss. She pissed all right the second. She pulls georgia past the post with some poisonous plant. It looks like okay these locals but one look for tourists were these locals came from but they weren't on the path. They came out really out the mountain. Well fuck. I had a rifle and remember the two dogs yet and the other they look like they looked like they lived in the mountain and i go you come from damn literally three seconds. They're they're going to big shot him. My wife's books were these these comfort right okay and where we went hiking again. Remember will hug down to the beach. No that wasn't expelled is what we stumbled across hype that wasn't like up open the mountain and we hype that was like always a hidden beach. We walked hundred yards through some trees and we ended up on this beach that no body was at that what was that there was on maui. I'm not sure we've been kona wasn't kona. It wasn't a wa llahu maui but it wasn't molly wasn't light. Who's got the road to hannah. It wasn't the rotana that was maui mauer's rotana. It wasn't molly so it wasn't maui who's year before that it was quite yeah. Ezra was we just drove to the the opposite side of the island and came across where they filmed some movie from the fifties with some whites also moving. We know her yeah but that was the they filmed it but i did. I did a video. I was on tells goofing off yeah. It was a long time. It's really beautiful really beautiful from here to eternity and this is why it pays to have some white person behind the camera. Do they know all the facts like everything you don't. I don't know i'm telling you they know so. If you podcast make sure whoever is behind the camera you gotta as white naccache podcast because then the white prospect is what's the job back here. I'll be looking forward to this. Month is is <hes>. I finally got booked granted. It's a couple of weeks away but i'm going to do a mike tyson's podcast and i'm gonna do fighter in the kid which fighter the kids for me. There's one. I can't wait because that is brand. Shaab and bryan callen bryan callen was the one about here. I like brian copy f c. He's a nice guy. He was a ride along with me the detectives with john leguizamo <hes> he's funny dude but he <hes> he's the one that said <hes> they were. They brought me up when delta thing happened with you in delta yeah and they was like they the lady gave what happened this week and they gotta research lady who's a widely and she goes <hes> committee. Garryowen's wife got racially profiled on delta airlines and they showed me san has wildfires. I and they kind of make fun of me like bill. Don't give a fuck bullshit. We sent me a situation brian goes. I heard about that guy. I think he's he's a vault hard work within the road and i go what brian said at but then he backtracked like you know what i take that back. I heard that for one manager one time he goes and i've never ever because i take it back. I shouldn't have said that stupid on my part he he took back immediately but now it's funny because now his co host brennan always gives them hard targets in chile guild volatile and he's like he's like you gotta. Give them a podcast s. man gotta get them by doing that. Either the end of september beginning october depend on these visits with kennedy but and i got the mike tyson bugassault. That's the beauty of these podcasts man and i said before is like it's a very very you find the support of community and you can get through all the red tape. It's like literally. The guy wants his casting call and you can get done. That's been you know what when people are using language like they and then they said this about you or they you know who you know. I think you should really press people no matter what the conversation is about when people want to use these real generic general terms like that even if it's a family member like okay exactly who was there because what you will find is trying to skip over who the day was to keep moving on towards whatever point they're trying to make but then you make the point and then you go back and say i'm sorry who for the day who exactly who exactly what you will probably find out more than i bet nine out of ten times. There is no day it. Is them the person when you are speaking to so. Don't let that avai top pass you look. I love it and on the podcast. You're dropping these little knowledge that further people say it was it earlier and i go. I don't know i don't care if i a habit. I'm a share it y'all do jar wanna do it and they say if you hear something more than three times. It becomes facts in real what does real who said. It said. They said it was done right until you c._n._n. This thing about how donald trump speaks but his his thing in his book he said you just rather. It's a liar not in that book he wrote say three times. You have to say at least three times it. Then donald trumps my becomes back it. It's still not the fact but people will start to respond to it so okay. <hes> <hes> what the fuck i shouldn't come today. I don't think it's funny you know they. They hear things three times. Okay okay. I think a lot of times when people say that there is some truth what you said but also think it goes back to throw miles under the bus so like they said you can't say who they isn't just even the whole sentence. Don't even say that just say i i believe this or i think this about you. You know if you wanna have people don't want the truth. You'll be people jose dude. I want people to tell me to my face. If that's fucked up at a sounds good but lobby don't wanna hear criticism of themselves. They really don't. Tom sounds good. I mean i'm really you face. You talk on my back. I go well. I didn't see your face because you're kind of asshole sometimes sometimes or when you sell somebody it becomes his whole blow up on argument. Well you know what i think. I think people really we need people that they can go to that will be honest and i think especially celebrities i think they surround themselves selves by bunch of yes men ass kissers and you know and i sometimes i see celebrities in pictures and i'm like why would joe friend that you go. Let me let me let me defensive this. I hear people say it's the truth. I know we're live. You say you surround yourself with yes men and then you don't have anybody tell the truth about some things but the problem is the person that steps up and tells the truth is no longer in the loop is no longer able to hang out with them and they don't want him around because i do. That's why people have yes-men around them if you got limited it's different than being a parent or a friend that was there here from the beginning like you said you didn't have somebody on your team. That can tell you the truth and bring in but a lot of times if you're new to the crew. Do you know you don't want to be like a man. I like what you did last night. That wasn't cool. You know what i mean and but it can also be the way you tell people the truth a lot of times people when you tell them the truth about themselves if attacked so it's it goes back to when somebody says no disrespect but affect about disrespectful. That's really what they're gonna. Do i appreciate i and that's honestly that's one good thing about podcast to is is it gives people a chance to. I don't read all the comments on every platform that the podcasts on but sometimes signs when you see people saying the same thing it was. I moran apologized to you a few months ago because i was short with you for whatever reason and and like i had numerous people. Call me out on it and i went <hes>. I guess i was but when you why did you think it yeah yeah but i think there was more more just just watching the podcast once once. I like criticism. I i saw i see that i could see that but i ended up like <hes> but that's a kalima podcast. You're gonna have people that just say dumb shit and that's awesome. It's more often than not when when people put you down or saying they're saying shit but that'd be like the truth. Will some people be like you know when they say when they come at you like like this when they say one particular like a fox will you. I'll keep listening to you but i agree with you on this and they stay down like this okay okay. I can appreciate that may be more focused. Got this black prop. Some people say shit like that. Don't you depart. Prop is history so just the product but i okay. I don't know i i appreciate the truth. I think that's why my cousins are like sisters to me <hes> because i know whatever it is if how responded to something or if i'm wearing something i know regardless they're going to tell me. Tell me the truth and i think that's probably why they are the closest people to me. I know they're not gonna send me out in a world book in crazy capacities too though what i have a cell today which is why i had on and it's time for me to get my we've done hosh was gone <hes>. She decided she wanted to go on vacation. So i'm wearing is we've. I can so wedding veils. It's all it's all bad so have had hats and canterbury your validate. My point did you. Did you saying you were validating when i said what i said you like a fast easy. You're not gonna go. Oh al and look band you now know this yeah. I'm never seen you go out in public. <hes> that's so sweet i mean that's why when i go shopping. I call you like sakari yeah. I was just looking though i will say your taste is getting much better like the things sometimes that you don't ask about you. Come home with a real good except he has some bright yellow pants or something. That was a free. Oh okay yours free and they got. They got anything that guy. That guy's got some good ship. <hes> let me just say you know what i'm gonna michelle for okay because his ship is good and he he he gets okay so let me tell you something i read something it was a question is said it you passed away. Would you want your spouse or lover or partner to move on with. You know another mate long as it's not what was your answer. What would your answer if i would. I would definitely expect you to move on eventually now. If you move on like two months later like oh god my big wooden ship right now. I can't expect you to sit around and never move on years later. Yeah that's the thing is you want your in the and dan if you really care about you want to be happy but it does make an awkward when you get to heaven because then you're like whose mother so we were talking about the afterlife when it comes to move on like this now. I just wanted to be happy when i was overseeing everything. Dad eh hong off the polls. Are you offensive. Okay so i'm going to tell you my honest answer was now. My kids are older. No reason he needs to move on. They don't need a mother figure and i would just want you to relish other fantastic memories. We we had so really yeah. I would not want you to move on wanna jacking awful memories of me yeah and you know it's not the pictures in the house so i don't know what that says about me but now i would now. I do not want to move on. I'm moving. He's a young girl and she's going to be youngest. I'm going to be like was face them brain for now the big city blonde girl eighty eighty nine year old dudes nicole yeah yeah my wife being born. You all are working seven year old the whole vibe occur on notre hanging low. I'm a still be alive. You said you pass away. You're probably only go before. I got my body's breaking down might be next. We know nobody. I'm making this movie. Come out universe no lack. I'm sorry no let's go to go to w._w._w. Dot n. a. o. l. a. c. n. a. t. i. o. n. Dot com nolaac nation. He got the colder and his name should be simpler. It is it's n._o. L. a. c. five letters no lack. I don't know what it stands for. Nolaac black l. a. c. n. o. alley no. He's pittsburgh nola but i'm just saying he he's. He's got some good clothes and i wear them a lot but that was the yellow pants. You didn't like he was. We'll know he sent me like five pairs of pants and one was yellow and i'll be wearing bright yellow pants like if i was going to chris brown concert i was twenty five rocket l. yellow and do chris brown advances because my husband wouldn't pull maybe if they were not maybe as bright like <hes> color before that bright you know he got some good stuff. Those guys look in. It's not everything else it was actually really cute and the good of you are right there the tapered athletic chino highlighter up what talking about what they look like a high fighter chino letter. They were like bright yellow like that though i didn't mind them now you can't can't put but i will say i work near his black pants on time and i was on stage. Doing something crazy sweat split on but i wore laura watson and i did like a move that i shouldn't have did shake associate shorts. Did anybody see everybody saw eight address. It negotia go shit girls. They were sweats and i did a move. I did some one of my joke my leg one way or something teach fuck so it'd happened n._o. L. a. c. look him. They're pretty good. Yeah i enjoyed the guy says be freesheets of course yeah but now they look good on you yeah. They do look a lot and they're you know they're the light pants and their sweats so it's like it's a combat wear on stage where the airport is still comfortable and stuff some shit some shit i wear on stage like for for instance my special which is coming out this saturday balfour special. I would never where they should that airport the boots pants and leather jacket. It'd be so uncomfortable. I i try to look at one time at the airport. I was so fucking uncomfortable. Devin debbie goblets got great great stylist but he he got me into my. You've got a good airport g. You never know what people might pop up. You only caught off guard you. A good pair sweats dude yeah but he put me in that fucking jagged that i love loveth the for right handed blackjack these tight black pants and i was so fucking coachman airport like dress you good though i posted ed page on instagram was like three or four years ago and dame on the plane took the jacket off that was a feet hanging and logan airport trying to get to know the terminal fuck shit sweats from here on out new can't kiss her. They're not l. I don't even wear jeans anymore because i don't want to risk the belt. I don't wanna hassle with a belt your belt about long ball mine doesn't well sometimes they do though <hes> l. sometimes they do and sometimes the guy just. I never argued t._s._a. Agent and wonder what i'd ever so he says take your belt off. I just hang off like am. I going to tell them right. It's not if you go off all right so now i just wear pants which nolaac is great yeah this jaw string or sweats shorts because i'm like i'm just trying to get through security. That's that's how i dress therefore like skinny as fast as possible as seamless as false because you know it'd be struggling about wearing heels to the airport when i see women hills. I'm like you don't fly that. Oh why are you running for the other term that they have somebody really cute sandoz and tennis shoes and to seventies a perfect and if you need something more designer. She has a fantastic little tennessee. You can wear we're gonna are we back up. I think the way my goetschi owner honor lotion came in again. He sent you up that lotion. I think you read the kevin. Hell no this shit. You talked about the day now. Dump down down mexicans and now duty achy scott means real real real homemade tamales. I take two to three dave you know with the real. Just go and buy mazda make tamales. Tamales are also the corn that you put the billing. Yeah okay all right. Don't forget this saturday ten thirty p._m. Eastern standard time showtime doing what i do. The greatest comedy special in the history comedy specials hopefully can you will be here next week. We don't know if the kevin on her low slow is still slow still running through her system because she was all over the place. Don't let kevin hunter getting your she was living families. That was all allegedly. We don't know for sure if he poisoned her. I'm just saying action seemed like she was being poisoned on the test you for because she's she's all alive. She came back alive. I'm getting even you realize. I said i'm gonna tissue for cocaine. You were so busy. Talking rosa sid that i've never done cocaine or any drugs deny that this episode. I don't believe you roar back together. Since i'm not winnipeg and diana ross concert actually this gary awesome podcast diana biggest gary all to give some pockets. She always trying to lose always gabriel. You want to listen to my podcast. Just go to itunes search garo and past tag get some.

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Sugar Daddies

Crystal's Nightcap

26:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Sugar Daddies

"Hello to your beautiful chest. Thumpers crystal roles size back with another episode of crystals nightcap tonight. Jeff bezos is stepping down as amazon. Ceo courtside carrying got into it with lebron. James perverts are hacking the hashtag lewitt challenge and the wendy williams movie. Sit back relax. it's crystals nightcap. Oh yeah oh yeah days it. Tuesday who is barely tuesday is barely tuesday up in this thing. Hope you had a grey day. What did i do again. Nothing like every single day is like a whole repeats. But i did get help my mom little bits and we watch the wendy williams documentary and movie so of course. I'm really talking about that. In sharing the cheese may but other than that. it was a pretty chill day and nothing crazy. Let me know how you've been and how you are doing. You know where to find you on everything. I'm at crystal saas. I'm alive on the radio in san francisco on the for nine monday through friday. Seven to midnights on your radio or on the free iheartradio app. I'm also on multiple markets. So you can Check my socials. For which ones and everything. I'm at la crystal. All the stories. I talk about are going to be up on the site. Like crystal says dot com. We are just going to get right into sharing the cheese made. This is where i talk about. Celebrity news was trending. And all that jazz have you seen cheech. Oh my god look how we're sharing the cheesman. We share teeth. May all right. What's going on in the billionaires. Circle mr jeff bezos. The ceo of amazon announced today and a earnings call that he's stepping down. He's no longer going to be the the amazon. Ceo the amazon web service co. andy jazzy is going to be taking over. As though says that he is exhausted from running this large company. It's all encompassing. And he wants to focus on other projects. And i think this is good because some other projects that he's working on is the day one fund which is jeff. Bezos is homelessness project. He also has the earth fund which is his climate initiative like climate change initiative and also has an aerospace company called blue origin. So this has a law going on and amazon's already like the biggest biggest biggest thing that's happened to the world in the past. I i don't know. I wanna say like century so he definitely did a lot and the one thing. That's not sure right now is if his stocks are going to change because he does have a livestock stocks with his company and right now him and elon. Musk have been swapping for the one in two spots for which is people in the world so we're not exactly sure about that but yeah that is definitely a billionaire problem he also jeff basil's went through a pretty serious divorce and that's definitely taken a toll on him as well but i like i said i think this is good because i'm happy to see that he's going to start focusing on more philanthropy type work. That's what he says that he wants to do. He says he wants to have the time. Energy to focus on those funds. I just mentioned the day one fund. The bezos the visas earth find blue origin the washington post and his other projects that he has gone on. So we'll see if there's going to be a lot of changes the has to do with amazon. I don't think so. I mean he ran a pretty tight ship. He was on top of his stuff and he did it pretty quickly. So congratulations to jeff bezos. And for the new ceo. We're going to be hearing about you. Andy jesse and how. You're going to be doing taking over that. Would you be able to be as ceo like that is. That's a lie. I'm telling you. I've told you guys that i'm working on my own projects and i have been so overwhelmed with that. I don't even want to put it out like everything is already set in place. But i'm just really nervous about taking that next step and i'm telling myself i'm gonna do it tomorrow. And that's been for the past thirty two days so yeah i don't know it is really a lot of work. Super nerve wracking. He's been in the public eye for a very long time with anything that has to do with amazon. So thanks for services. Jeff bezos and. We're excited to see you work on these new philanthropy projects while we have to talk about core side caring so last night. The atlanta hawks. I think the la lakers they playing in atlanta. And there is this chick on the sideline with her man's and it got really heated. I guess he was saying some things to lebron and lebron had some back to him. They're really close. Because you know courtside like you're literally right there. So then lebron said something back to the man and then the wife gets an issue starts like gone crazy at him. The referees have to stop the game and then ultimately the wife and husband get ejected from the game now after the game. Lebron james was asked what happened there. Like what's going on. And he was just saying You know that from the hawks in it has got a little heated people calling out the the woman for putting her mask down and lebron was asked like you know. How do you feel that. She was wearing her mask while talking to you. And he's like ed's fine like i. It's okay. She was far away from me. He was saying ultimately he does enjoy. That fans are back in the building for games. I he needs that. He loves that the lakers did end up winning and then he just said that he hopes that the refs okay because the rest also had a little back and forth now. This course i'd caring after the fact decides to get onto instagram live. Because you know you've got to give your side of things like if you're over here going viral for in a hot mess than you gotta say your side of the story. So course i'd carry it away on her instagram live and was saying how she was over here mun her business with her husband and her husband's a hawk fan so he was saying you know just some friendly some a little comp- competitive stuff and lebron says shut the f up to the husband and then she stands up. She's like a who are you. You shut the f up. And then according to her lebron's here calling her the b word and telling tell the man sit your be down blah blah blah. So she was getting really really mad on instagram. Live looking like a doll. Might i say now people one thing that she said was you know. How's the bronx girl man going to yell at me. Twenty five year old and people were like you are not twenty-five like there's absolutely no way or twenty five years old you know. She does have a lot of makeup on she has. We'll look like her cheese done like she looks very nine And a lot of can assume that twenty five year olds look pretty young. But you know this whole instagram era and plastic surgery and a lot of sugar. Daddies out there. Apparently these girls are looking older and older so she had to put her whole passport on will like she blurred some stuff out obviously but she put her whole past poor on her instagram story to prove that she is twenty five years old she was twenty five and then after that she kind of like backtracked today and was saying sorry and saying that she got really heated and things escalated and as she wanted policies for losing her cole and removing her mask and that her and her husband are just huge sports fans and passionate people. And you know that's that's the fun of sports is a little trash talking like it is what it is But she feels like really hurt because people are just dragging her and more so dragging her in her husband's we're not exactly sure how old he is but he looks older than my dad. My dad's fifty four and also he looks ripped so some people were kind of making fun of the man saying that he looks like he's on steroids and kind of calling out this clear. Sugar daddies situation sugar babies sugar daddy. Listen sis queens. Get your coins however you can. I am not the best getting coins. Let me tell you like. I wish that i could be out in a bowel and getting this from a guy and getting that from a dude at all. Although i do wish that upon you like i do feel guilty when i use men and i have in the past not for anything crazy but at the end of the day like i did not feel good about it so at this point. I just try not to do that. I remember i remember. I even had a sugar daddy. A quote sugar. Daddy said into my. Dm's and umbrella even called him on an episode and we had a whole conversation and clearly. There was going to be a sugar in going on. If i wanted to continue that. But there's always i feel like when you do have a type of like relationship as very unbalanced like that. There could be some downsides to its alternately. Go get your coin. Go do your thing. I personally know a girl. I mean we have each other's phone numbers. I don't hang out with her like i. I wouldn't say she's a fresh. She actually did something really. Messed up to me. When i was in college so i don't consider her a friend but i know that she thinks that we're friends And she is like the queen of getting sugar daddies like she always gets like really rich guys and it was. It wasn't too long ago definitely last year. That shoes on her instagram post and up with this dude who was way under her league but he had money so she was out here on private jets. She was again. Fine dined having chefs. Come to the plays showing off. She like got. He got her something from like hardier. Cartier or cartier. What's i don't even know how to say these. These name brands Showed off her bracelet. And i think even got her cheese. I think he paid for her to get her chest done. And i was just like the whole time. I was watching like even the popcorn. I'm like this is so good like she's really out here. Living the sugar daddy life like sugar baby life that we all want. It's so gray. But yeah ultimately she dumped him now has a whole other boyfriend and it is just so fun to watch like it is fun to watch. I don't know. I mean. I do know what is entailed when you get one of these guys but what i've heard. Is that guys with hella. Hella money are usually very very insecure and controlling. But that's just what i've heard. I don't really know. Would you be down again. Sugar daddy would you be down to have a sugar baby. You let me know what you think i know. There's those websites like. Oh she's been on she. She had a holy cow on that website. Those like sugar be websites I've looked into them. But not seriously i just i can. I would not be able to you. Let me know and be safe if you ever plan on doing something something like that. Please please please be safe. But at the end of the day ladies we can get our own coin we could work on ourselves and do our own things and make our own money like you do not need no sugar daddy. Trust me. i never had no guy by me. No bag. I bought my own bag and i think that is. That's great suit. Ladies we got we got to be our own independent females. Okay but for a let me know what your thoughts about r about this situation on everything crystals us now. I know you've seen the hashtag silhouette challenge that khloe right. Khloe from khloe and haley the two sisters that seeing the ones that are cosigned by beyond saying her mom started the trend on social media. Now you know you're not gonna see me doing silhouette challenge. I'm will literally kill me with her chunk lab but there have been some brave souls out there that have done this. Challenge including tiffany haddish. I never know if i'm saying that right. Tiffany haddish her tiffany haddish. I think But yeah some some brave souls have been out here on the graham during the silhouette challenge if you are confused on what it is basically. You're kind of standing there. It's a doja cat song. The background like lick essential doja cat song and then you're kind of looking a hot mess at the camera. And then when the be drops the room goes dark except for the background is red. So then you kind of like dancing around or whatever and like you are you to see your body. The silhouette now. Some girls are wearing clothes. Some girls are not and i could definitely tell by the little the little crevice areas But there's an issue with the silhouette challenge. Because i from what i've seen you use a certain filter to get the red effect. I was like. Okay how are these girls get. How where where do i. Where do you find his red light bulbs. Everyone's getting red light bulbs and changing the lightbulbs in their house. No filter that you can use on tiktok. That's like the silhouette filter right and so some creeps out there. Leave it to the creeps. Leave the purves leave to the nasties have found a way to hack the challenge like the video on the phone. Once you once you post the video they have found out that they can hack the way. The video looks to make the Silhouette filter go away. And then there. You are booty cheeks on tuesday just out and about and areolas so people are really nervous now. Because there's been quite a few people like i said who have participated in the silhouette challenge and now these creepy rose are watching. You and i are goodies and that is not what you intended now. It's it's pretty bad. I mean there was a whole youtube tutorials on how to do this. It doesn't show you in a regular light will show you in like night-vision i haven't i've seen screenshots of girls warning girls how this is done like not not i haven't seen screenshots of like actual the the reverted silhouette challenge but i've seen screenshots of the process of how people are doing it and it is scary so People on social media are asking youtube and ready and twitter To make sure that they are watching these people who are trying to post these tory rebels and reporting them and making sure that they get taken down because it is it's an st but that is me again warning. All of my mood is out there and fellows too. Because i've seen some a guy what challenges to and those are lightweight more arousing than the girl. There's some pretty interesting guy. Silhouette challenges and i was like. Oh like oh dang and these guys are like promoting their only fans and i was close. I was close. Not gonna lie but yes. Please be very very careful. I always tell you ladies. Don't do it with the news. It is just totally not worth it. I am seen people that have just gone their reputations ruined. It's not fair but it is what it is because their nudes have gone exposed so please please please be careful. It's not worth it to take rope off for anybody for any pictures. Just tell them come over take fi. See the real thing okay. Please be careful if you want those details. Not that to'real nasties check him out on the sites up. Crystals dot com. Let's get to subway because subway called out for allegedly using fake tuna sandwiches. And that's that's a lot of people have been talking about recently. I am not the tuna type of person. I'm the person that's going to make tuna sandwich order tuna sandwich. My mom and brother are like weirdly obsessed with tuna like they're constantly making different types of no. No thanks unless it's all he to and our like raw tuna polka. That's the kind of tune i like. But you're gonna miss me with real tuna anyways. Subway has said that this was a fake news and they even have a new promotion coming out right now like trying to get you to buy subway. A spokesperson said. We're running up to offers fifteen percents off of our delicious wild cod tuna foot long subs on the subway app end online using the code eight. Surreal this promotion. Reinforces that tuna are franchises. Served to our guests. Every day is a one hundred percent cooked tuna and even their twitter account on this thing that we were serving real fish. All of our tune is one hundred percent real wild cuts who but as i have previously mentioned they had lied to us before about their five dollars foot long. It wasn't really a foot long. It was like eleven inches in the house. So i don't know and i'm not gonna do taste test. I'm not gonna do a tuna taste test if you are down to doing please go do a taste test at subway for me. We're back with what you found hoon's until then i'm going to keep you updated on this lawsuit that was filed from is allen county. That's alameda county. That's us yes. I'm excited for this. We're going to see what happens. And allegedly subway has contacted a new tune distributor. So that is like a subway was good if your tuna israel the why are you over here contracting a whole new tune into department a whole new tuna company We're going to have to wait and see what happens. Like i mentioned those details on the sites like crystal rosa's dot com now. I told you last night's episode. I was going to finally watch the wendy williams movie and the documentary. That came out this past saturday. And i was going to give you a few extra an extra day to catch up in a seat. If you haven't now if you haven't you can just skip over this parts because it's going to be quick. I'm going to go through a few points that i have here about the movie. And the documentary now young. Oh i love me. Some wendy williams wendy williams is that person that you either love or you hate. I know she isn't the perfect person in the world. I don't always agree with what she says. And how she goes about things but She is a radio guy like me. She really hustled and did her thing. And i am really inspired by her. Like i got to see her in twenty eight eighteen. Yeah i got to see her twenty eighteen and it was magical. Like i got to see her for her wendy williams show and i was so excited and had so much fun. Legit had a back spasm. Like i thought it was going to knock over and faint audience but it was just so crazy and cool seeing her in person. Now the wendy williams movie. Can i talk about the star. The girl who played wendy williams sierra payton. Dave looked like wendy like she halla looked like wendy. She did such a good job. I feel like that's a really hard Accents to nail down. And wendy is when you hear wendy you know it's wendy so to try to emulate that and to get it across on screen at the same time because there was a lot of narration going on she. Did i think a really really good job. So we have to give our props and get around will pause to sierra pain. Good job says. I thought the other casting was really great. Kevin hunter which is wendy. Williams is now ex. Husband was played by morocco amari and he was good too. I think he looked like having. I think they agree. People were dragging the guy who played. Charlemagne yes charlemagne was in there for a hot second like a flash and that was why this guy to not really look like charlemagne. I as as of what i know. Charlemagne and wendy have repaired their friendship. I think when kevin was in the picture it was very toxic between the three of them. Charlemagne was one of wendy williams producers and I know that kevin definitely made a strain between wendy and charlemagne internally me also has the bat up of introducing kevin hunter to the girl that he ended up getting pregnant bind wendy williams back but when he knows it wasn't like a thing where charlemagne introduced his frantic. Get her with kevin. Like wendy knows that it was all kevin's doing. I don't know if that's why wendy didn't want to put too much money on travel main and also make him look not like how he actually looks but yeah that was kind of messed up the story itself and how wendy williams depict today. It was cool like you get to see the issues. That wendy had when she was growing up and i was really tough to see all the body the body issues that she had her own data to call her fat At when she was a little girl and some traumatizing stories from there. And you really get to stand like why she wanted to become a star like when she was little she was not the prettiest one and she was always big shoot get bullied and made fun of and she loved the tabloids and loved celebrity glam life so she was like i wanna be that and she started working in radio. She started off in college radio and then worked her way up. It was cool seeing her her situation how she always did like. She always went after what she wanted like. She always made sure that when the she was gonna be ready for any opportunity that was presented to her and she really wanted a job in new york she was looking up to a radio host there and she sat in the lobby every single day for two weeks until the program director in new york was like all right. Fine like you know. Our girl can't come in today. Why don't you step in for her. And she had a job there for a few years so seeing her grind it was so awesome and then we'll really sucked with seeing her issues that she had with her pregnancies. Now she really wanted to be a mom her husband. Kevin didn't care too much but struggles as she had with. Her pregnancies was super super heartbreaking. Ann's i do not wish that upon anyone and then when they finally had that beautiful baby shortly after she found out that her husband had cheated on her so that was also a hot mess. And you just feel so bad. Because her and kevin tried so hard to have this baby and she finally did and clearly. It's not good enough for him like he still wants to go run in the streets. So that was heartbreaking and then you see her whole like you see what brought her down you see her crumble of trying to keep this marriage together working on herself having this bomb show but then knowing that in the back of her head she has to deal with her husband who was very hostile had a big ego problem he would use ash. People disrespect her in front of people. Sometimes and then you see her resorting to alcohol to cope with the issues that she's having within her marriage and then you see her find out that she is not only getting cheated on now she finds out her husband has a whole house and a whole life and not wife but lady that has a kid now and his pregnant so when he's been through a whole lot And she comes out every day and she serves on her show like she comes out. She gives the hot topics. Lv wanna hear and she does interviews and she every single day does her thing it is really inspiring it is so inspiring and after the movie. You got to see a two hour documentary. I love that as well. It was wendy in her beautiful penthouse apartment in new york city. And she's just like crying sobbing a hot mess because everything that she has gone through. She's reliving it in this documentary and it is it is tough ultimately. I feel really bad for her and and what she went through. She's trying to keep it together now and saying that she slipping over a new leaf and starting this new life as single. Wendy and i'm. I'm happy that she was able to get her. Move out the way you know. She has written books now. She's just focusing on herself on her show and healing because you can tell the documentary. She is still really hurts by kevin and what he did to her and their family and you know all all women really want is a family not all women but i think i think in society we do see this whole fairytale life of a beautiful perfect marriage and that's kind of what society pushes upon us women and to see her crumble like that and and everything that she went through is it's it's really tough. I feel really really bad for her. I hope that she can positively cope with the her that she is still feeling from kevin. I've been reporting that. Her mom recently passed away. So she's coming through a lie. And i love me some wendy and i hope that she can just be strong. And she's someone that you know if you're ever feeling like dang like the world is just like the worst like i don't know how many get through this wendy was able to get through it and the tough thing was that wendy feels like the tough parts that she went through her marriage to do with her always meddling in people's business and talking so much about people she's she has told people that she feels. This is her karma like her karma from for talking about people and putting wall blasts for all those years came back to her and the worst of way which was her husband. And i i don't know like i i don't know about that. Ultimately it was her job and she did what she had to do and she she was really good at it. But that that's just it's just a sad situation and when i saw the documentary i was like i don't want to get married. I do not want to have you seen it yet. It's i hope i didn't ruin. I mean there wasn't anything to ruin because we knew most of the stuff anyways there delays you put in there that people didn't really know but it was more about her radio stuff. Not about her marriage. I think you should definitely watch. If you have not yet watched the wendy williams movie go watch. It's her documentary. Was fun afterwards by the movie. The movie was so good like she really did. It just is. The actress did was she had zoo. Congratulations see european and it. I think it lived up to the hype. I was happy about it. You let me know you know where to find you on everything. I'm at crystal says there. It is and the dubs soda crystals nightcap. Thanks so much for listening and hanging. Alex if you haven't subscribed yet please subscribe to the podcast of your friends. If you're really liking it you can remy five stars and leave comments also. I'm alive here on monday. 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53: Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 with Margo Oshry

The Morning Toast

58:34 min | 2 years ago

53: Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 with Margo Oshry

"Sit the toast snitch on the toast, sleet, just on the garlic bread. Sneezes out the bread. Welcome to the show counselors. Everyone is so excited that America's favorite counselor and Italy's fever counselor worldwide has joined us on the show today. Good morning millennials good morning counselor. Thank you needed that. How're you doing good? I'm very tired. You know, weaking up early. It's not really my thing. I know. But you do it for the love of the campers. Right. You'll love the cameras and I've been waking up early earlier than normal for the past month. So like, I was thinking should be used to it by that. But I'm just not by the way, you never get used to Italy. Yeah. No, those thinking about like most people I was actually thinking about this this morning. Most people have to wake up early right? And it's like why wasn't it just an inheriting that? It's not hard for some just taking water isn't hard. No. It's like people wake up waking up is hard. But then they get over it. Like, I never get over to slice tired of thing. Shouldn't be do. You know what I mean? I'm just saying biologically being tired. It'd be thing. That's just what I think. I don't know. Maybe it should you have to listen to your body counselor snitch is so important. We'll know about them tired. So just like shouldn't move forever. I don't know counselor. This is above my pay grade as six year old camper. Who's just trying to not a doctor who's just trying to be your favorite camper? You are pamper. Thank you. I mean, I really feel so bad for the American camper these days because all chessmen shown up sh no. It's like she's really just been so overshadowed by the Italian camper, like, everyone loves the Italian camper and everyone thinks American caper so annoying. But it's like American cameras such a good heart. I don't think that she's annoying, but she just hasn't been showing up. She's been completely overshadowed by talion camp. Okay. She needs to show up. But I think she's been a little discouraged. What do you want me to do? And you need to get in there and have a bunk meeting. Oh, God just to campers. Well, I don't know. I think we're going to be introducing some some some new campers this summer. Oh scared. I didn't seeing some applications Ohno from countries France. Oh, it's exciting. It's an exciting time to be a camper in counselor. Bunk. And it's an exciting time to be on the morning toasts. So if you're done complaining, welcome to the show. Yes. The morning complaints are over. So what else is new with you? You've been really busy. I've been really busy. What's new with me? Nothing. Well, we just got off. Well, I just got off of a crazy of the dirty jeans tour. Claudia still on it. But I just could not bear to miss another week of school. So we've just been, you know, hitting I think we were in like six states because like, you know, Connecticut counts. Yes. And it was just a lot. But I'm very happy to be home even though for a week and a half because then we are off to Florida. But yeah, you know, just being jetsetter miles of the shows harder at Orlando. Very fun. Very how spring break so nice. I we very pick and chose while we want to, you know, joins the spread like. What is the correct word? He can choose. We can choose. But like it was very much picked and chose at Amar, whatever whatever when we wanted to be part of the spring breakers. So we got like chill lot and then also drink bit. But it was so nice to relax and just, you know, really listen to my body where you tired. They're counts. Always. But like not as much because I slept in and then like just chilled. So that was nice understood. We have a lot of questions for you about your jobs. Your status is student your count whether or not I am still in counseling abilities. But we'll get to that. At the end of the show is now it is time to deliver the fast five stories that you need to know before you wake up and take a bite out of your morning toast. Okay. I in the developing story of Jesse smell it. So yesterday, right before we went live is came out that all charges against Jesse. Spill it had been dropped. Which to me is just the presumption of innocence, you know, like roller drop because he's innocent. Right. Turns out that that's not necessarily the case though, everyone is innocent until proven guilty that that would also hold true for his alleged assailant's. Right. So this is a very messy story still. Still in prison. I don't think so I think everyone everyone went home. Okay. Which is quite interesting. So yesterday, oh, we knew that the charges were dropped. So to me that means an innocent, man. There was no evidence. That's that's what that means. To me. Yes, kids. The state's attorney says, quote, I do not believe he is innocent jussie smollet the prosecutor who dropped charges against Jesse small at said Tuesday that doesn't mean he is not guilty of staging a hate crime against himself anti tributed the move in part to the actors lack of criminal history. Quote. I do not believe he is innocent. I assistant Cook County state's attorney Joseph maggots who took over the case. After Kim clocks recused herself told us, Chicago CBS affiliate accuser, self I dunno. She must had like a conflict of interest. She likes empire, maybe quilt based on all facts and circumstances of the case and also keeping in mind resources and keeping in mind that the offices number one priority is to combat violent crime and the drivers violence, I decided to offer this disposition in the case Magill the outlet. He said smell clean criminal. Record was a factor. According to multiple multiple reports MAG, it's also insisted that he made the call to drop the charges and said FOX didn't have anything to do with the Basildon maggots also denied mayor Rahm emanuel's claim that the decision was quote, a whitewash Justice essentially, accusing smell at of preferential treatment due to his liberty quote. Not true. It's just not he said, it's not a whitewash. He did he did community service. He has four fitted his bond. It's just not a whitewash. Okay. His mom was ten thousand dollars. So he did he paid ten thousand dollars. And he did sixteen hours of community service at Reverend Jesse Jackson's human rights coalition and seen hours while LA yet, sixteen hours on make something's not right. And it's so crazy that everyone in the political field in Chicago is not agreeing on it like not agreeing with the state's attorney. And I just think that if this decision were to be like everyone was supposed to be on board. Right. Who made this guy? The new, but like someone definitely made him make this. Yes, definitely some not pay for play pay. But you know, there's definitely some strong words for play words for play. But you would think those sharp words they be coming from the mayor, but it's not the mayor. So it's higher up. It. I don't know. And I'm just I'm so confused. And so the the rationale is that he's not threat to society. So let's let him back on the streets, which Magli not a lot of sense a threat to himself. Plenty of people who commit crimes aren't a threat to society. Right. Laurie Lachlan is not a threat to society Lachlan. It's auckland. Yeah. Yeah. Just take a minute to to to realize that we, but it's losing my mind. Lori law. It's spelled Laughlin, but it's pronounced Lachlan. But it's g eight, but it's pronounced Lachlan. Well, wow, you really learn something new every day. That's what we do here on the morning to educate. How'd you figure that out? I was watching report about her or maybe the report original, and they said Laughlin pronounce Lachlan like they were answering everyone's questions, then I also read that the FBI is still investigating him. And so is US postal service because of like the hate mail he received mail fraud. Laurie Laughlin every every over what on mail fraud, if you mail something that's not legitimate. It's mail fraud. Is that right? Yes. Which is so Email to we were just talking about this yesterday on the everything is mail fraud. And that's they get you mail fraud. They get Jesse on mail fraud because of that hate letter. Yeah. Interesting. But I don't know. I I don't see it happening like big this thing is in all of these things these documentaries. We watch there's always those trials, but they always go the wrong way. And it's like is happening now or we gonna be watching a documentary about this in twenty years. And if you hear from Jesse bread his Boyer statement yesterday, like he's maintaining his innocence and all of this. Well, he kind of has to right now. But still it's like it's really now. Now that there's not going to be a case, there's not gonna be any evidence shown, it's just who do you believe when you say, he's maintaining innocence. He saying that that people's alternate. That he was victim. I don't know. I don't know. So I'm just keeping up reading on it. I feel like we keep finding out news. And it's just it's so Musi at the cooks county state's attorney's office, and I think they need to clean it up. Yes. They broom they need to clean up. The muss, the muss and the suss, you know, because I I can't keep up up. And it's just like an honestly so funny that like this is all going down about Justice Malek because when I was watching empire million years ago to his character. I loved his character always had the best songs on kiss. I remember you in Olympia listening to it and terrible song. And now like five years later. This is happening. It's a great thing. It's the craziest thing. Empire fell off with this whole situation. Make you wanna watch it more or less. I'm indifferent. Like, I I don't really care anymore about the show. I was watching now just got started to to complicate it. And that was just over like I wanted to invest my time in other shows like dynasty, Mike dynasty, it kind of is like dynasty. It's about you know, empire dynasty, synonyms dynasty is. So good you guys. I don't know if all of by China Sea, we've really shield for it as much as we possibly nothing more. If you're not watching right now like you're not living your life to the fullest. It is the greatest show on TV. And when Justin Silvester was here yesterday. He asked me like offhand who was like what scripted? What's your favorite script show it and I was like dynasty? And he was shook to the Corby. Yes. Oh, and it's like no one like, it's so underrated. It's so under either my biggest fears of being two hundred that gets cancelled. And then I will just be upset. I know, but it doesn't have season three. So we have a whole nother season to push it on you guys. And like we shouldn't even have to. Also, we could talk about like what's going on in Riverdale. We can't because I'm so behind you are. Yeah. Like because I've been away for the past month. I haven't been able to keep up on my shows. But I think that the heathers episode zones as bad was cringe nation because Kohl's rousing no. He wasn't even that bad. The whole like it was just it was not for me. Okay. They choose like Brennan measles. And then it was others even a musical. Yeah. Remember the movie yet is a musical. I think Liz Gillies might have been in it. Can you like mean girls it all comes back to dynasty or legally blonde? Everyone wants a shot of my thing because I love them so much as my first time wearing them. I'm gonna pick my leg up for yield to it. They are by Malone Solaire, I think the French camper brought him as a gift to curry favor with the counselor. Yes. And fucking love them. They're like have little cowboy player there elegant. They're very little about me. I don't have the commoner saying that you're the best counselor in the whole world. That's a lie. No, it's not gone through some really tough times counselor. I have through your counseling. Yes. So the boots are like really crazy and fun to try to keep it low key with the alpha today, but I really think they're going to be fun summer boot with gene short. Oh, so cute, so cute. So you're doing so cute today. Snitch Jake outfit fine. Okay. Well, this is off white ever heard of it. And then Virgil. Yeah. Birgit verges seasons. New boots that I'm currently obsessed with our Mason shelhah. And these genes our top shop. Are they thirty these genes? Yeah, I never wash jeans because they got so tight. So their genes by days in a row over it time that I've heard that line. Yeah. It never gets old for me. But I haven't heard it as much as you. Okay. Ready for our next door. Hit me in another developing story from yesterday that is just taking a turn for the worst quote drunk. Wendy Williams rushed to hospital after husbands alleged mistress has baby devastated. When Williams is not in a good way after being rushed to the hospital hours after her husband's alleged mistress gave birth could talk show hosts westbound drunk on Monday soon after patriots reported that Trina Hudson the allege longtime love of her husband Kevin hunter had given birth. She was taken to the hospital where she was given IV fluids. However, she still showed to the set of her show and filmed on Tuesday, the Sar had left the sober home in queens for she's been staying sparking hunt for her before she was found. But she's now back at the facility were told widely believed that hunters the father of Hudson's, baby. And a source said Wendy is not in a good way. Everyone is so concerned for her. The sad thing is that she's been working so hard to stay sober. And she's been honest in her struggles with all her fans and this just kept her over the edge. Okay. So I think it's very. Obvious that one thing has to do with the other over just and I were saying, perhaps he she went back to being drinking and being in a bad place because she found out that her husband was having a baby with someone else like in general like back a few months ago when she went away and didn't do her show. But now, it's like they shouldn't be that's true. Then the shouldn't be news her, right. But I feel so sad hitting her harder. I don't know that is so sad. Are they still together her in those technically? Yeah. And he like works with her. I think he's like her manager on less messy, and she's just such a great woman. And obviously, we all know that she is so much better. And I just I just want her. I wonder for her signs. Yeah. You know? That's really sad. I feel really bad for her. But you've got to go through the storm to get to the rainbow close ties. The rain and winds stop. But you're stuck in the same old storm again, we just harmonize yellow bit. Tie to you. Just china. Tell ya. As been. Hanging. Hit a low the oh, right different. Part of the song. This is easily like so beautiful like a little nursery for everyone to listen to or like nasal. Maysville many two of sisters who cannot sing. Right. But I think together we make each other better. I don't know. A nice sentiment. I love got song. Have you seen the message? And it's really true. And I hope that Wendy really like find some joy and happiness instability after this man, I can't even deal with him. But it is her husband. So you don't wanna talk too much shit. You know because you're spec. Wendy, you've gotta respect dresses. Right. Right. But it's on a very good choice because he's clearly Batman. Honestly, he is or as my were saying, you might have like an open Hollywood open relationship situation. But in which could us out where the drive you right to be drinking. So I don't know. I'm just like feel for her love her whatever she needs. And I just can't believe she's still doing her show time look as you're going to be on telephone everyday everyday. But I think they do some pre taped. So my God that is that is crazy people are like in the Casey duet. Ooh, maybe willa over the next Mattie day, perhaps. How was the concert last night? Oh my God. I believe we this long just bring up lead and Stella the concert was amazing. I love Lennon sales so much. If you don't know who she is. She was on Nashville her in Lenin maisy the little twins who got the miss like from the Cup. So now, she went solo and her music is so good, and she's so good. And she's so pretty like so pretty and I'm just like really obsessed with her and I just need hurt. Like, she's going to be like the next case out graves, I teed very much that by but like sad songs. She was so good. Like, I can't talk about her enough to to such music. Takes a bitch. No bitch. Yet does Mitch. No Mitch yet. That seems to be a Salma speaks to you particular, very relatable takes the snitch to knows Mitch. I don't know how to make up with that takes us. Mitch knows appreciate her as much as I do beg her to come with us last night Nobel while I just didn't have any energy yesterday. And I don't have a lot today, but more can on it. It's just hard. You know counts. I know what was I going to say about install Lennon, Stella her dog, oh named ocean? Like, hey, Charles how she hasn't. Theo named ocean. Really cute one to it's really cute named ocean. And she brings him ocean. I don't know everywhere and like on tour bus just like in. And they got him a little tour like pass. You need to become friends with I know. And it's now is the time when she's not huge yet. Yeah. I know then she'll watch episode where like plotted to be her friend, right? But your intentions are my RPI. I really think we'd have a great time together. Okay. We're the same age. Yeah. I think she might be your younger, but still cool. Cool. She so cool. Very cool. I'm excited for you for my new budding front chip which isn't about yet. Yeah. Okay. This is really crazy and all over the map about how I feel about it Cardi B says she drugged and robbed men because she had quote limited options after video surfaced of Cardi B admitting to robbing and drugging men the singer is explaining herself in the clip from an Instagram live recorded three years ago. The robber said, quote, I had to strip I had to go. Oh, yeah. You wanna fuck me? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let's go back to this hotel. And I drug that up and robbed them. That's what I used to do the a Hippocrates she explained after horrified. Social media users responded to. A twenty six year old stars confession. With the hashtag serve. I think Cardi B in reference to surviving R Kelly Cardi took to Instagram to explain her actions quote. So I'm seeing on social media than Instagram live did three years ago has popped back up a live where I talked about things I had to do in my past right or wrong that I felt I needed to do to make a living. She wrote in a post on Tuesday. I never claimed to be perfect or come from perfect world. With a perfect pass. I always speak my truth. I always own my shit. The star said that while many Artis glorify violence and crime that was never her style. There. Rappers glorify murdered violence drugs and robbing crimes field. They had to do to survive. I never glorified. The things. I brought up in that live. I never even put those things in my music because I'm not proud of it and feel responsibility not to glorify it while the former stripper said she was proud of her actions. She felt they were necessary at the time, quote, I made the choices that I did at the time because I had very limited options. I was blessed to have been able to rise from that. But so many women have not she said whether or not they were poor choices at the time. I did what I had to do to survive. Okay. Yeah. So when I I read this, and I guess every time I like, we'd news article on the internet. I just never think it's a big like, I never registered the gravitas of it big or small. Holy okay. Yes. So when I I read an old live surfaced. It was also coupled with her statement. So I was like, okay. She said this in the live. And then here's her statement where she said I did what I had to do. And I didn't even process what it was that she had to do. Then I saw all these comments in the toasters where it was like could you imagine if a man did this? If this was a man oh cancelled nation, like eight is a real crime. And like a horrible thing that like Bill Cosby, you know, and I also happen to be watching an episode of American greed last night, where it's about these girls who work in a bar who like bring back rich men and drug them, and then swipe their credit card over and over again and the working for like a bigger Russian mob AMI, but like that's what that how they made money. And so it's a serious crime enough to be on American greed and Cardi B's out here doing it admitting it, and then it's like in her statement. She never she. She says I did what I had to do with sort of like minimizes what it was that. She was doing like, I don't. What I really don't know what to think here like it was like, it's very very fucked up. It's very fucked up, but it's also Cardi B, and like we love her and everyone loves her. And like she knows the has he's weird things about her. But then it's like when it comes down to it like this is a attic. But it's like to so many people. She can do no wrong. I feel like I am one of those people who want to stop and think about it. I'm like, no, this is very wrong. Yeah. Exactly. It's like I wanted to venture here. But like I can't right? Like, it's a right. And you just have to like if it were a, man. Oh my God in this situation. Like, it would be over for FBI would be looking into it. The and the same rules have to apply for everyone. And as much as we love her. They have to apply for Cardi B. And like, I I think she'll be fine. And I think people love her so much that like this is also a part of her story. It's not like coming out of luck. Right. She's never pretend to be someone that she's not like she's always been honest with her fans. So I think she'll be fine. It's just like really shocking, really shocking. And that's all I have to say I haven't like known as what I've read. I don't really know other than the hashtag like surviving Cardi B, which is also still making a joke of it. It's still a joke. Like, no one's really haven't seen any meteorologisy shows where people are really talking about how seriously we're gonna decide to take this. Right. No. It's just like the story. Do you know what I mean? Yeah. It's not like, I don't know. It's the way it's being him. I don't know what to say. Because it's just like it's shocking. And it just doesn't really seem like real or that people are taking it as real thing that you like robbed and jugs men. That's nuts. That's nuts. And especially because I was literally just watching episode. I'm like, wow. This is a horrible horrible thing for women to do two men who just like we're like Virga time. Yeah. Yeah. In the in the American greet paper just looking at time. And it's like this weather man who went down to Miami. Because it was right after the February sweeps of weather and like he had the week off and he loves to Miami. And he's single and he's cute. And he goes to. A bar in these two women approach him in there. Let's go to like, they're drinking. Griego with him. They like persuade into a shot. He was like, no, I don't want to. And finally, literally throw it down the hatch, and it's drugged and the whole rest of the night is a blur. That size piece of art in an auction that turned out to be just like a piece of art on the wall at the bar that they worked and in total in two nights. And they left his wallet in the room that he didn't know that he probably and there was a leatherman make them money. I think he I think he was doing okay because they entitle into nights. He they got forty thousand dollars out of him. And it's like you salary. Yeah. And then American Express like wouldn't give money back wouldn't given the money back. But then Miami vice like didn't undercover investigation like they were doing this of bunch of men. So I don't know. But he's on American greed now. So I think that doing fine. Yeah. I think that's also Justice. You know, tells you to see the gang taken now know for sure that's totally Justice. Yeah. So anyway, just watching this. And now it's like. Imitates art. You know, what else I was watching American last night. And I love American also always puts me to sleep. That's why I like it. But I still like it, do, you know, Martin Shkreli the pharmaceutical guy he was like the most hated man in America logo with Armagh suitable guy knows George from desperate housewives metoo until last night. Anyway, I started watching his because I never really understood what he did say never did a story. He is like an evil troll. Oh, and he was making money in the stock market. But then losing it and he wound up buying a drug like a medicine that is used for. Predominantly aids patients pregnant women and babies like when they have they they'll have something where they need the struggle. And he raised the price from thirteen dollars for a pill to seven hundred fifty dollars for one pill. How can we do that? Because he like, it was just crazy. But he's now he's on trial for securities fraud. So you know, it all Bruce, it's like, you know, OJ mail fraud not mail now, maybe it's always mail fraud. It's it's like OJ going to jail for memorabilia. Really? Those always get you even when you run away. Anyways. We'll update you on this Cardi B story. And if there's any fallout from, and I just I wouldn't be surprised if there as and I wouldn't be surprised varies in me too. Because it's like this isn't such a departure from who. She's always said that she is which is like someone who does what she needs to do in order to survive. That's true. And that's all that's all she wrote. That's all really k next story a little salaciously celeb-, hookup, seventy Pratt and dark pets date night. May have just sparked a new relationship. So many to check on Klaudia on my God. I didn't even think about her. Well, your sister. I guess I just I thought she was so past it just shows how much she's grown since. They're DM's back in the day. Right, right. She's gonna kill us. Everything is coming up roses for Stepney. Prod in the hills of southern California with excitement building for the hills, new beginnings. Okay. I want to get back to that false statement in the second one of the shows returning cast members decided to go on a date with fellow reality star. Anyone remember Derek pet from the bachelorette horse was a hero? Remember, Stephanie Pratt? Thank you. Thank you, the parent of earlier this month in LA while things may have started off a little rocky. A second date may be on the Genda quoted took an hour and fifteen minutes before Steph finally showed up and her reasoning is she was in Hawaii, and they don't have daylight savings time, and she never changed her clock. And she thought it was a different time. Derek shared on iheartradio's Pratt cast podcast. Probably the third thing. I said to her was you need to pick out food because the kitchen closes in ten minutes, according to Derrick he's never watched hills. A new nothing about Stephanie other than her brother is names, but survive and while he predicted to be a true southern Kelly girl with no interest in being on the date. Derek admitted that the evening was pretty darn sweet. I was pleasantly surprised she's a lot smarter than I thought and very quick he told wells Adams. There was not an empty. Dull moment, he continued went to Irish bars met a couple and bar with them for two hours into it. I would definitely see her again Amy make our involved before the night was over and as for the second date. The odds are speaker. She suggested I stay longer. I think it would be cool to do New York. I guess the the date was in New York. I don't know how does ally. Oh, she was in. Confusing. Anyways, this is so cute. I just love when people find each other. And it's really giving me Nikki Bella, and Peter Coss vibes of you watch that know, but she's with her gentlemen stars partner. And I know so what is the matter because they they're meant for each other. On the show. He did. And the problem was the timing because she wasn't over John CENA, and she couldn't even kiss because like she having someone else in five years like she was still so raw from it. And you know, what she definitely needs to get out of her system or maybe like their memory either way is great. But like, I think Peter really likes her or they're just the best actors in the whole world. Maybe honestly, no, I feel like he would really like her like shit into fitness. And all that when he came on the show, he said, he was interested in a brunette who wasn't on the bachelor and the time we thought it was Claudia. But I think it's Mickey Bella shucks. That's actually, really cute. I just want to be happy and like metoo coming from where he was tame Ohka like. Wow. That is only one would be better. Well. This is a curious story to me because the hills new beginnings is coming back. It's unclear when because they're it's Musi as hell there to Musi as hell. So they I did an interview where it said was coming back in April. That's next month. Then it said it was coming the summer. Then I read yesterday that they're doing re-shoots because I guess they didn't get the company dozing Harley spent like this isn't a Martin Scorsese comb like this is just supposed to be like a reality TV show that yes a little scripted. We know that about the hills. But like, it's not, you know, the greatest artistry of our time. I don't understand why why you're having such kind of alluded to on his podcast that I listen. But I read somewhere that a lot of people are like not addressing issues on camera doing stuff like that. Because they want they want to protect their image. So people are afraid to be involved in drama or have drama because they don't want people to hate them. But it's like, then why are you going on a reality show? This is inherent problem with this show because either needs to be a reality show, which it's not because we know that the hills is scripted and they're proud to be like. A scripted reality type show, or you need people acting in which case bring back the Michel Barton. Get back to work. Yeah. Well, actually, she is only one really quick for the job on the hills. Go simmer. Ss pass love. I just have to say, I think the hills new beginnings is a horrible idea. I wasn't into it that amount into it. Now, like just give Spencer and Heidi reality show in we'll be set or they're not afraid to hear the Durham on TV. And like all of these people are so image conscious like Whitney port like she has like squeaky clean image. What is she going to do on the show that's going to be remotely interesting totally with Drina and her brand deals? Fucking did a sponsored pregnancy announcement like I don't think she's going to be doing anything that would make any of the brands that she works with look like a new one that I wanna know. I wanna know how the people who are putting together the this hills new beginning didn't think of this. No because they're just so caught up in the thirst in like, everyone their job not to be no their jobs like art. I mean, this is just what so backwards about Hollywood. And like they just think any because they can't find success with new shows. They think reboot is the answer to everything if it had success, and it's going to have success now in like, you're barely seeing jersey shore. Like can't we just barely? Yeah. That's so true. Jackie. Can we just move? On tartly, not because maybe they can't even come up with good ideas for new shows. So they have to go back to the old. And it's just like like it's called growth. You know? Kristen cavalry has grown. Yes. And like she went from the hills. And now she's back on TV. And like I love her show, you do and it's exactly what she should be doing. Yes. And she doesn't show her kids on it. So it's like they're things about it that aren't like so great because it's really it's kind of like a van or pump Brule style with grow workers. But the people that work for her like so immature, and so like such babies and into knowing and it's like. It's really annoying. And then she like hangs out with her friend tells her friend what happened at work, and it's like, we're all just saw it. And it wasn't that interesting to begin with. And we have to hear the recap Jay, but her and her husband or like, so cute, and they're so real, and he's hilarious. And he actually looks pretty good advice. And I like I like where it's headed. I think it could be more like Nashville getting into the lives of the people who work there, but they tried that last season boarded with people weren't into it. The cast got too big a peds, and they also have to work for her shut needs people to work for her. So like, I think she was like, I don't I don't want you filming them anymore because they're getting carried away like one girl was her social media manager. Then like yet never showed a on my explore page every day. She don't even over. I don't even know watches show, but I never named shot endured. She got like a little taste of from the show, and then they can never showed up to work again fired. Okay. Good. So yeah, I think there's a better way to do the hills new beginnings or you know, what what about the hills. And just a completely new cast like I think of tons of groups in young Hollywood that I would love for you to follow totally. And that I don't know about that that I don't know about yet. I want to be introduced to new people like I was introduced to. Julia porter. Right. I want new people to follow. That's what they should have done is the hills new beginnings, and it's an all new cast who's twenty one years old. And they're on the one hand they have a little bit of a name for themselves, but they do one more Instagram followers. Therefore, they will do what it takes to make the show a success toes news network. We'll have a reality side. We'll make that happen. Because clearly nobody else can write or you get the cast members grownup, Spencer, and Heidi and their lives, and that's interesting too. That is but either right, honestly, I won't be watching or you put Audrey not real hot size of Orange County, which was a rumor that happened once I'm so here for it. She married. No. I think she is. She's not never then. She's dating grind Cabrera. So no, she's not. It was. Okay. So it was a rumor that started when she was married, but also no one is actually married anymore. This year. I actually don't think one person on Orange County. No cameras married. And the new girls one from New York, married. One not one. That's nuts yet. But I think that's the point. Now, you know, I don't think they would even do like these women are just such independent forces that that's the show. Okay. You know, we are Beverly Hills. They're all married interesting. But it's also the it's still a great New York. Beverly Hills are still so good and has nothing to do with them being married. And so, but it's also just called real housewives full of interesting factoid 's Jeter, well, interesting our fifth and final story. Justin Bieber is taking a break from usage of focus on his mental health. Justin bieber. This was not the story that I thought I Jos boost story that admits sorry, I must have clicked something else. Justin Bieber admits that he still loves sleep. Go med headline. The headline. That's the headline. Oh my God. Well, I'm mad for him. Justin Bieber is being tested this week hours after announcing he was taking a break from using to focus on deeper issues, the singer exploded after Instagram troll went after his wife. Hey. Early Baldwin the heaters comment. Read you are not in love with Haley, you only married her to get back at Salina plus Haley sleeps with men like Shawn Mendes for fame, and she's a racist instead of turning the other cheek the rage sorry. Singer wrote back defending his wife and addressing his relationship with his ex quote, a logical person doesn't talk this way. You should be ashamed of yourself. Really? I always -absolutely loved and love Selena. She will always hold a place in my heart. But I am head over heels in love with my wife. She's absolutely. The best thing that ever happened to me period. He also addressed the constant barrage of comments that he and Baldwin received this reply to all the immature sick people who send Haley hurtful messages like he always goes back to Selena or Selena's better for him. He ranted you have no idea my life, and what's good for me. Haley's my bride period. If you don't like that or support that that means you don't support me. You're not a fan or good person. If you're raised, right? Your parents would have said if you don't have something nice to say don't say anything Bieber posted a screen shot of the comment was Instagram saying stop, sending Haley these messages, if you love me screech, this and reposes everywhere. And if you love me, please talk about it on the morning because I know you were maybe weren't going to especially not yesterday and today kind of glazed over, but then Margo suggested we talk about it, and this is HMO graphic. And you know, I don't dislike Justin Bieber saw help spread the message. Okay. And he like put all of that in his insert. Well, I know I read that also and I like Haley ball camp because she has good style. Love Hailey Baldwin like so much. I love him heard beaver like so much like really it makes sense to me. I think that they are perfect together. And maybe I'm naive. Maybe I'm wrong Soviet care. It's actor the headline was he Missy sale of Selena Gomez makes me so mad, and you know, what? Like they're supposed about this in the toes and some comments like I wish he hadn't had Ted Selena's name. Because now the headline would be like he admits no way like you said so many other things right? I feel like I don't care about these people. I don't know why I think it's about like the Selena Gomez all and I know that she hasn't been China from the show, but I just. I don't like talking about her because I feel like anytime she's in the news. It's like so manufactured, and it's not what she's actually doing. So like, what's the point? I feel and then when it comes to Justin in Haley. I I feel like we know nothing about them to like. And I think that there are good for each other. I don't know that they're perfect and that they're in touch great place because I've ever seen him like crying, and they were in agree place, but you know, marriage starred work, right? But I think I know that they're really they're doing the thing. You know, they're they're married. They're living together. They're they're on it like that's all you can ask a couple like, and they're just trying and everyone is just shitting on them. And it's like leave him alone. And Selena Gomez just doesn't do for me. I just don't like her. I just like I don't care about her. And I feel like I literally don't know anything about her. I see her coach adds her Puma ads, and that's about it. Yeah. Yeah. I so anytime it has to do to win the headline is he still have Selena for that reason. I'm out I've seen that headline a hundred times. But like that's with this. And what's good for him? I actually don't even really associate him asleep goes anymore me neither he's really like who would have ever thought that that was possible considering they attached for so long. What even when they weren't together? But like now I really see him and like Haley Baldwin that like he's her. She's his girl. You know, she really is heavily Tim had just as big of a history as Selena and Justin. But nobody really cared. That's the thing because he was huge in Hailey Baldwin really wasn't at the time. Yeah. It's just so like a friend of KENDALL Jenner, right? Which is a good place to be yet. But whatever. So that's that. I like them I only honestly wish things for them. And I really would love to Justin Bieber music yet. Do you think it's coming alluded? I think he it's coming like not soon, but it's coming. Yeah. Having. Album from him. And so on purpose, which was actually so good. So men. Me. That'll be exciting for you. What new music? Are you enjoying counselor smidge? What's cool? Ooh. Lennon's della if you've ever heard of her. What else am I listening to? I've been listening to Mattie entail a lot lately they've been having some good new music. Weirdly been listening to George strait A lot weirdly, he's been putting out new music. You know, he's a king. That's the comb the king. Okay. He's been putting out new music, and he has one called God and country music with his little five year old nephew. And it's so cute. And he's things on it. And it just really cute. And then he has he came out one, which is my personal favorite right now, which is called the weight of the badge. It's just about like police officers and what they like sacrifice their job. And it's such a nice message. And so I just been liking it. And that's really really hasn't been some new music, and it's kind of need two could stop me is making it announcement on Thursday, and I really think it's a new single and summer's coming. So that's when all the good music comes. Now, we have a lot of you were questioned Mars album. Oh, yeah. That's the stuff. That's the stuff. We have a lot of your questions for you that I'm going to get to before interesting to me. But before I do have you heard about twenty three and me if you haven't like you're living under a rock, and you this is your first time watching the show, so welcome to twenty three Meath, health, and and. And Sestri service kit. You can explore a hundred and twenty five plus personalized genetic reports that may reveal the link between your DNA and your health traits and more including your chances of developing certain diseases. I was just watching a documentary about a woman who was trying to do this. And instead, she just extorted all it's Silicon Valley green. No, it was the inventor. So why don't we stick with twenty two because they're giving real results without the fraud. Diabetes is a growing public health challenge. 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What's the time that you should like they tell you what time you naturally wake up so like months to him. Right. But maybe there's a time in there. That's actually, maybe it's like nine thirty and to maybe just need like thirty more minutes of sleep. And so you should definitely try it out. And then also to confirm that you are my sister, and my counselor. I wonder if they do testing like is this real counselor. She is next house not the counselors. Okay. Speaking of the counselor. It is time for questions for the snitch. So interesting that people have questions because everybody just knows everything about my life yet. But I feel like we see so much of your life. And then it's the question is how does she do? All because as much as your snitch and like you just restaurant here laurels. You're actually working pretty hard these days, you're traveling a lot and you're very busy. So how do you manage all of it? What is your priority in terms of school tour, snitch are- and all the other things that you do? What are they like? I don't know. Like, obviously school would come first because I would really really like to graduate like I'm not I'm not trying to fail and stay another semester. So I guess school and just getting things done. And then tore how do I do it? Well, here's the thing. Everyone does. I don't know about you guys. But like college like classes are huge your teachers don't really know if you show up or not all you hair. I can't imagine. That's good for all. You have to do is do your assignments be there for your tests. And it's on you to make up the work, and like make up what you missed and stuff like that. So obviously, not ideal. But like nobody really cares that I'm not there. Sad as that is. But on top of that when classes are smaller like like, just talk to your teachers. Hey, this is where I'm at specifically at NYU like a lot of people really do have jobs, and that's kind of how things work there that like they're like people were like actresses, whatever like, they're very understanding, and you just talk to them, and they're like, okay, cool. And like if you need extra credit, they'll give you extra credit like, that's it. It's really just like you just have to be on top of it. But there's no secret. You know what? I mean. It's just like, I don't tell a lot of classes that soften it gives me like terribly diety, but I have friends at all of my classes. So if I miss something important, they will tell me, and I'm home, I'm home when I have like tests test or this and that, but I do all my Simon's. I do everything I'm just like it's a lot. But I'm just like on top of it. And like just like keep it together. I guess so you're graduating this spring Hallelujah praise the Lord Howe I sent her Google calendar. Invite for it on Monday. And I forgot that her graduating means that there's a graduation ceremony that I'm supposed to attend. And I don't. What it is. Maybe I had a traumatic experience my childhood of the graduation, but I hate graduation ceremonies. I hate them. So Moby only key stadium. I don't want to go to yours. I don't wanna go to mind. I think they're so boring and such a waste of time and everyone has to get their name called like a big fuck and be and it's like the gift is the graduation is the diploma. What's so crazy? I could not agree more. I think they're so annoying. Like, so just like drawn out whatever for the school that I'm in it and they're doing it twice that day. You choose the ten AM or the three PM obviously chose at three PM for everybody sake. But like the do it twice. Just like, you know, like the dean like makes his speech twice. They call out the names twice really wants, isn't it up? But then that's not even then there's the whole NYU, which is I stadium which I will obviously not be attending. But be glad that I'm not making you go to that thinking you go to like two hours, and then and then a good dinner the and I have to plan the ranger. Oh, yeah. You have to happen planning a lot of stuff. Right now parties why? So maybe I'll just like added to my docket of party. Then just do that. So you are graduating this spring, and like maybe that makes it easy. If you were a sophomore, you wouldn't be able to be so flexible right now with your schedule like what that's thing. If I was like, a freshman or a sophomore. I don't think I'd be able to do this a lot of those classes are just like like harder. But I really am second semester senior. So like things are just more lax like like mice. I'm really honestly haven't really had them anytime. It's mostly just like final papers that will hit me in may. Right. So as long as you do those papers you graduate. So what would you have to not do in order to really have all of this hinder your graduation like what would you have to miss or not miss just like like if I didn't do anything? Okay. My Simon didn't my papers didn't show up for test, which is like all three or things. I would never do. So do you get stressed? All my God. Do you know me? How do you handle it? I I talk about it a lot. Oh, I know. So that's how I talk about it like home so stress, and they need people to like just like talk me talk me down. And be like, listen. It's really not that big of a deal. And it's like, oh, that's that is always helpful. Okay. We'll get back to school. Let's not can't wait until I we don't have to ask you those questions tour. What is something that cloudy does on tour them noisy? The most of such a good answer for this after every single show. She literally thinks she did terribly. And she doesn't me's ING, and it's so annoying. And it's like he doesn't listen. I honestly was so so great like where were we we were just in Phoenix. And she had done show that I've seen times all shows are great. Honestly, they're amazing. But she had done that was like incredible. And I got off and I was like that was the best that ever win. And she was like what? And I was like you didn't think so no not at all. Like, that's what bothers me. Like, she doesn't know how good she is such nice answer. But it's annoying yet. Because then you always have to be like always. Coming up like knows, great grains. Great. And it's like I have this. Right. And then you sound like, you're always saying, great great. Like she thinks. I'm just like a what's it called? Yes, man. That's not it. I would tell her when it's when it's not good. Yeah. So with all this travelling and work and school has been hard to stay body by snitch. Oh my God. It's been very very difficult. I'm not gonna lie. It just so hard to be good. When you're on the road, and especially like, an airports and all that stuff. It's just like so hard to make good decisions. I don't I don't like their time. When I think things like my God. I've definitely gained so much weight. Like, nobody's telling me, I get so paranoid. And then my head. But then it's like home, and it's like, I'm fine. So it's just like I mean, really try not to indulge so much. So like Bill once in a while, but we really never finished our meal. So it's like we'll get like the brownie at the comedy show. But will each have a by. That's really it. Because it's not that good. But like. So when I this necking is kind of gets me. It's like, you know, the minibar can have some pretzels and this Napa like when we go to when we go to have a meal, always just like try and be conscious. Get a salad with a protein in that. But it really is very very difficult. I can't even like I can't even that enough. Like when I was in Florida, but that's in count. That was like an animal like, whatever, you know, have to you just have to do that. And it's like for your I can't take it. So hard on yourself because it's like eventually, you will be back home. You will be back on track. You will be back on a routine. So just like what happened might I make a suggestion to help you keep your weight loss on track. I'd love some have you heard of Neum. No. I haven't okay knew something that I love I love tracking progression. Like in anything. I do. That's why like I'm obsessed with having a planner. I just need to know where you've been able to see my life visually, including my weight and sticking to a weight loss plan can be hard, especially when you don't know how to handle the thoughts and cycles that holding back for making progress, and especially when you're the production assistant on the dirty jeans tour not. On the producer most people who lose weaking all back why? 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So I just need a bunch of different hats, literally, speaking of house, MRs hat. She's good, you know, switching rats all the time. She switching all the time. A lot of people did ask about your dating life. And I I hate to do it to you. But I don't wanna door them. So we set you up on on. A patriot episode last month have used it at all. Like, not really I mean when when we start with like initially, I thought it was like a fun thing to do. So I go on it with my friends video game sorta. Yeah. Literally like you do. And then I stopped especially like, I'm never really here. So what's really the point? I just go on one date. Nothing came of it. So just quench everyone's Thurs. Because I was like did you okay? It was like fine. It wasn't bad played. Yeah. Dating life. Just like, you're busy woman. It's very hard to date someone who's on the road. No. We'll see the summer once. I'm actually back here in like settled down and all that stuff. And like everyone graduate sitting comes back to the city. And yeah. Like, a tan feeling you're really not that worried. I'm not that worried either. But like it's fun to live by Kerry sleep through snitch. Okay. A lot of dating washes. And there was one question that we got more than anything really Americus. Oh, what do? I Pat discount on. I thought it was graduation. I was like oh God. No. I would never do that. Seriously. What do I pack for this camp? Okay. Up. Up thumbs up. What you camp honestly, lots of shorts. Lots of sneakers taint tops sports, bras. You know active wear and then some cute stuff Jean shorts. Cute top crop top central. It will be hot. Maybe some cute sandals. Don't really pack heels. That's not necessary. Hats, hats, helpful you'd wanna burn your head. And you wanna be MRs hat or Mr.. Yep. Sunscreen, bathing suits, you know, get that tan on goes pretty good packing list cancer stage where do you like to shop? Oh, interesting. I like to shop online hate shopping in store. Right. Like just hate it. Big like fhu revolve trend savvy. I love me, some trends outta. Yes. Ace os just stuff like that. That has like sets and stuff like that. Yeah. I don't shop anywhere. Crazy like where do you like to shop? Ooh, it's hard because I just like shop where I see something cute. I shop where I like, I just shop anywhere anytime. This is a problem yet. Like, I could be any like I'll be online, and I'll see something like I'll just buy. I'm not like sprint store specific where like their rand also sometimes they'll be looking for something specific and type into Google. I want just like see where it is. Totally. Okay. This is a hard question for me. But what's your least favorite nickname that? I am the scenes forced on you probably time schmeltzer 'cause that makes you a monster. And it's just like so long and makes no sense. And it's not English. Okay. Well, we don't call you that much. We'll nobody calls me at anymore. I like to Arkansas arkie, that's cute. They called me that when I was like ten what has been your favorite city of toured with. Claudia Huntsville Alabama that was so fun. Okay. It's city though. Least favorite city would be. I know. Claudia says Cleveland you can't say that in front of me. She didn't you sit in front of you yet. But like you're not going to do that to me. Also. Right. Lease fevered city. Oh, buffalo. Sorry. Okay. That's fair. It's cold there. And there was just like dole. I'm sure you think like see the sights and have the Wild Wings and go to a bills game. That's also by the by really a problem. I wish that I could have eat like kosher meat. So I could really, you know, try the lays of the land in other cities. What a burger like I do get the Takito with them with the hash Brown potatoes, meat or whatever. But I would love to get like freakin burger, you know, we're chicken tenders, but honestly, vice niches happy that I can't. But my heart's not. What is the hardest part about being a tour manager for Claude hardest part about being torment difficult, boss, the devil wears prostitution over there. Not at all. It's weird. How how well we get along. We have honestly. Like really never thought. Would we like don't get annoyed with each other? Which is really nice the hardest part. I would say is like the waking up early in the flights. Wake up at three AM to make a six AM flight dot is just breaking torture. Oh, you know. Oh, tell the worst part that cloudy wise. I and I fly coach except she did find me home from Arizona. I and it was so nice at her. But you're getting so many miles so many that's free flights for you. Yes. Get to go away with your friends like that's how it actually paid for my vibe. But eventually then to doing that. So it's great miles wise, but just like on my I would just say the hardest part is like it's very tough on me lender on on myself very fair. But I'm happy doing it. And it's fun. And like I'll never be able to do it again. It's like such a cool thing to be doing. Anyway, totally to see the whole country. When I'm when I'm at injuries for jobs. Everyone's like leave you're like twenty one just like producer of comedy show like me neither. But that's your. It's so crazy 'cause you you're such a snitch, but you're really working so hard, and for those of you who are still wondering, what to pack for this camp might I suggest checking out threat. Imagine diving into the biggest closet in the world pack with your favorite brands and styles at unbelievable prices. Do you know fashion is the second most polluting industry in the world? That's why we love shopping. Secondhand threat up. Choosing us close gives close a second life and keeps one less item from ending up in the trash dread. Up the world largest online consignment thrift store with up to ninety percent off estimated retail prices. They have such great brands everything for made. 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But I don't have anything else. You know? Oh, totally me too like shirts. Blouses I need shirts. Metoo of we have such like airport like clothing, so kin the airport night, look like such a slob. And it's like I feel like I need to do better, especially they wanna get first class upgrades outta here. Being one of those. Always created. And I never get upgraded. She is such a higher medallion the main. It's not there will your we're working on it. I know, but it's like beat yourself up over it. Always like number one on the upgrade. Listen, I'm always like thirty six like you see like CO and the new C M O like literally here. That's so sad. Anyone work your way up? I'm working. I'm working my way when I was twenty one I wasn't even on the upgrade list. So I'm thinking thirty six I think just by saying like put me on it. That's all you have to do. Understood. Well, thank you for joining us. We have to go pick up our nephew chess for an answer. Dating life. Totally. He's the best man. 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Hidden Wiggas (Feat. Gary Owen)

The Brilliant Idiots

1:46:41 hr | 2 years ago

Hidden Wiggas (Feat. Gary Owen)

"It's so stupid positive. Is the guy we ought to brilliant idiots. Today's episode of Bruin idiot is brought to you by Showtime. Hey and critically acclaimed series, this shy, okay? To heart and soul in Chicago southside live in his community. But when your world of the daily scrub just to give by can you rise up stand tall to realize better tomorrow, watches, Ronnie, Brandon imminent, Kevin confronted tough choices that will shape. Their futures. In shock rated and executive produced by EMMY award winning lean away from academy a wall when a comment don't miss shy. New episodes Sunday at ten pm only on Showtime. I've fucking love this shy to try free Muffin Showtime, go to Showtime dot com. Enter the code idiots off coats for the first time subscribers only an expires may six two thousand nineteen and if somebody in Chicago does not create a Kuchis corner taco truck and drive around Chicago and get that mother fucking money selling healthy tacos that Jason Mitchell's character in the shy gets yawn are paying attention to marketing Brandon goddamn it. Because when I think you Kogyo think that truck now because. Motherfucking show which I don't watch watch. But dragging. No. That's what the schon is dragon. The on every Sunday had it, dude. Do not watch it. No my wife watches. It was how could you not? I don't know. I being contrarian or you this point. I'm just rebelling. Okay. That's. At this point. I want to be part of the one percent. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Me when I can't wait to say that somewhere too. I'm part of the one cent. Yeah. And they'd be like, oh, you're multi-millionaire. Like, nah. I'm just wanted to one. You just go both. Okay. Okay. We got a special guest say about it. What do my man Gary Owen comedy? I watch both shows the shy and game thrown better better. Thrones gave with those way destroying the shy believed. It I'm not even shots. Good though. I'll even watch game of thrones. And I noted as one of the best shows on TV because everybody in their mother regardless of race gender, sexuality talks about it. Like, it's degraded shit of good mechanics planet cannot and the thing about you can't like no you can't you gotta go in. You. Gotta put your phone down because the first three or four episodes are key because there's like Leary five different storylines. Yes. So you can't be like on your Grammy. Could you'll look like that dead? Everybody tweets through. Okay now. Okay. So this season, right? Okay. This season. Everybody's in the same two places. So there's like three storylines tops the first six or seven seasons. There's like eight. Different storylines, and their names are weird. So like it took me three seasons. Just remember Nate like Tyrian is a name radars. A name like, Jeff John and Bill. So like, I had no fucking clue who's talk. I would just call them. The midget, you know, blonde referred them as what you see him as because you don't know the fucking names. The story lines are so good. The problem. The show is there's no way to describe it to some without sounding like a virgin, okay? It's just dragon's castles spells zombies. You would never watch that show. And you haven't shut up this guy disagrees with everything I played castle Vania. Fuck. Gary knock it off your one hundred. What are you talking about? Don't you? I was to take my. Dump detectable Gary trended this morning, by the way. What would you say oh wins with an S trend? I don't know why who's Trindade with everybody. Gary is so fucking funny on was good, man. You do your thing you show up. Right. But he got magnet was Gary old wins. Inter Schultz's brother never said. My name, right. Once right club. Yeah. Andrew schwartz. But that's fine. Sometimes have a whole different name for me is Andrew sports. No. But they just say the last Jewish guy's name that they were talking. Oh. Schwartz. Eric. It doesn't bring me especially in black rooms when they bring me up. It was just the last Jewish person. They spoke to you know, you ain't Gary Letterman, the you. Engage. Both intrigue me I told you this before even I'm still y'all. Met before the first time get the fuck out on this. How I got on your podcast was I was watching Joe Rogan's podcast. And I saw him on there. Oh, you're watching too. Breakfast. Because I said to Jones was the biggest by on the planet. Not having it. Podcast. The biggest podcast podcast. Said Laugharne Angie was on there. And what caught my attention was when he had said, you know, all the network said no to calm, especially. So did it himself. I go. Oh us the money should have watched that. The Nikkei to watch his podcast, and that would have been a better angle. Then then I went to his YouTube to see what kind of care God is this is like real shit like real he was giving out real content. Bright, nothing bullshit like shit. Like, it looked better than some specials. I'd seem to I reached out to well. He reached out to me and said her talked about me, and I see us, dude. Like, I crave just got flow. And after watching it here, I am like this guy to man. The co co co engines do the I mean, the greatest human accidents by but would out a lot of you. Just don't do real stand up on you to. Yeah. Real stand-up. Yeah. Which is shocking to me. Because before we started doing podcasts, you know, you were telling me that every time you go back into a market, you'll have a new our material. So you've been doing this for a while that means you gone through hours. And it's like all that sit in there somewhere. People. Yeah. Garrison. He doesn't ride you believe. I don't write it down. Yeah. But he's funny. People don't like not to dissect though. No, let me guess you have like words that will trigger word. Yeah. Like, if I have something that you'll be tones if you find our fucking phones after we die, and you look through our Joe Klis, dude, you'll be happy with that. Just the topics that you're gonna see on the joke lists, you know. So it's like, I'm imagine. That's what his bullet point bullet point bullets sales. Do like a word. Yes. And this in my phone, then I'll look okay, Philippine, right? Something like that. But I've never written a joke down just just filmed something for DeMarcus cousins last week, right? He took the shack thing and he's doing boogies comedy slam. Okay. Have my settlers in my head for went up. But where I fucked up. I didn't realize it was gonna be that hood of a crowd. Right. So I was talking about the diversity means black. I was probably. Correct. Thank you for clarifying. The city's how different they are to be so close, and then I did a raider 49er joke. It was like it wasn't there for thirty seconds. Because the raider fans are going a four. And then a four nine nine years. They were like it was like he was at a game. Right. I would just stood there like this. I just let it ride for like, thirty seconds. Because the only way to start sweating. I gotta get them back the vet in me was like this. They'll edit. How do you do nine is though, not thirty minutes? It was a bit vague would not stop yelling for like like thirty seconds is like ten minutes on stage and then get to the next bit. And there's still doing about the raiders address them which actually flip the whole set. Because now the whole set was me and him back and forth, which hopefully it will plow good when the edit it, but I say to go use any jokes. See I think Gary her whole shit about Jay z, and he'd write lyrics and biggies and he didn't right. I don't like this shit. Issue. Have you ever seen a summer jam? Never. You said you were to estimate festival that wasn't for the rap concerts for traits off. Listen off at all. I'm not hip hop. Head. Of course, there's go Beata. But, but I like bovi all because y'all for whatever reason are funny to everyone at least, I think so too many white guys can go rock and black crowd breath and not and not an still be themselves. Yes, you've been on a shag showed Duvall don't really get. No black. Yeah. I mean, those guys I didn't like him. I met them really like when I just went off like social media as I gotta dick and have met him. Do it's kind of cool. I don't know. I can't give you reason for whatever reason. I was like, yeah, he will probably a dick. Then when I met him. Kind of like hanging out with you. And now like every time we were each other's dressing room. Just bullshit. He's really smart. So I was like, but that was I'm talking like twelve years ago before I ever met them. Comedians link up more like why y'all just meeting this is so fucking weird to me. You're always on the road like us, you know, people from the posters like he's coming to a comedy club left. But you don't know perfect ample, this this hell, I'm not resonate masseur and people I did I was watching the was it. Bryan, Callen and the fighter and the kid. Yeah. Love them. I'm watching thereby Brennan said to be they brought me up during her podcasts. You know? So now, so I'm watching the clip of it and Brian Cowen who we did a movie together called right along we had a scene together. We have lunch together. Didn't who was literate. He was like this. This guy's pretty volatile on the road. Like do. What does that mean? Follow back though, because you know, what I take it back. I think the manager might have had a bad day with him for press or something or you might have not been perky in the morning. He literally took it back. But I was like his story story do manager. I've ever been involved with was the Pittsburgh improv that dude bad. He was the only black GM of all the improv. But he was such a dick. He is what he did. I was sick. So I said can I get some can I get some hot tea? He's we we don't have hot tea. All right. Well, let me just go for the rest of the voice, then you can't get some teabags or nothing. So he gives them. Aimez came from a house saying the club, I go. Okay. Right. So the week before in my writer at that time, I had two rooms. So I had another guy coming. So I go, hey, can I get three rooms this week? They said the hotel sold out. I said don't worry about it. My guys can double up literally two days before I get there. They go. Oh, we got the room for you. Thank you. So when I go to settle he was trying to charge me for the third room. And I was like, nah, you call me. I said I didn't I could doubled up the I'm thinking they're taking care of it. So here I am being diplomatic. I why don't we split it? I was here. Four nights when aunts tonight's, and you know, your contracts to rooms, I went dick this week that I do something to you. Right. So then I drove the Pittsburgh living in cincy at the time. I said, hey, can the car service pick my opener up and taking that airport because no, no, it's your car service. I go, what's it matters? Just the body get in a car. So the car service. So I came back, and I call my agent, and I said, I either I'll never kind of Pittsburgh or when I come don't want him there. So little like for four years every time, Pittsburgh, I was like I don't wanna see him. And he would not be in the building. All the the manager there volatility and. Like a real Eddie Griffin. What we found out, Charlie. Murphy had issue with manager too. Because you know, when you find out you have when you have issue, then comedians, and then managers, they'll tell you. They're comedians. Other comedians, Charlie wherever you went off on one night because he was smoking weed in the green room, and he came you smoke weed in here, and tell them open door goes you got to choose. He was like either asthma Queen and good she'll or those Moakley and util all three hundred these mother fuckers go home because remember Spokane we in agreement. Negative green room. Right now that volatile, but it's hard. There's a my phony as a road rider story is Eddie Griffin. At view heard this. To spare forced ones he needs a crisper air force ones per show. So he's doing seven shows per weekend. The manager of the club has to have seven different. There's of force. Bro. Why is it still all while? Steph curry's. Weren't Under Armour up there. Bro, sometimes writer, this is writer, Ben. Managers. It's crazy when you're on the road a lot because sometimes there's managers and you see him. You're like you shouldn't be here. You should be. You should be at CA or something. The the best manager is he's at stand up live right now. Phoenix themes, Casey that guy so goddamn sharp like he picked me up one morning, and we're going to press, and he goes, I said, Amen Cousteau, but a coffee bean or something. Yeah. We go coffee mean, and then we'd drive back. And I realized that was really out of the way like it was like twenty minutes out of the way of press. I go dude we went to starve because what? Yes, we're coffee being like it was nothing there some imagers. You'd like is there a coughing now? Tell the way when Joe's coffee shop, I will be honest with you what's wrong with it. What way? Of course, we weren't late. Okay. With the fact that he act like it was no issue time. Like, I didn't realize that was kind of really out of the way because you wanna coffee being like, he just he gets this so easy to comedy. That's the thing. Like if you accommodate and we're so used to not being what you're a different point in your career. But like when you're early on in your careers stand up like they don't give a fuck about you, man. Yeah. So it's like it's just so crazy that there is no show without you on stage, and they could not give two shits about you. So when when you actually get treated kind of nicely you like cherish those moments. It's like your favorite teacher in school or something like that. You would think that they would suck your dick take they do. Well, some do. But I'm only a one man band of. Piss you off and y'all go home. There's nothing that's the realize it guys realize, and then you you get also you get the guys one via comic to like a lot of these guys wanted to do stand up and the didn't. So they kind of resent the fact that you're doing it. Maybe you know, successfully got you some are good. Then you then you got the other end of it. Then you got the opener 's that think they're the headliner. You know, I've gotten rid of a couple openers overly in my day. Just because all came about them, all Gary farm through Fook and fire. Just like, you know, call them eight minutes, it's time, and you know, okay. No. I don't think too. Many people are. Team what just perform whatever fucked. You mean, you say it was all about them. When you see how they start acting with death. That's a reflection. You're like, hey can be doing that. And then honestly, you shouldn't be somebody's opener for over five years. You should be moving on. Do you want to be under somebody's shadow you? Now, I got this Cambodian do name sale. More 'em who's opener were you. I was never anybody's opener. Really? I do. I know I was doing standup like six months when I got on comic view, and I was active duty military. So I couldn't go on the road, and I had a year about now I had about six months left on my list. And I go to BT they call me to the officers in LA. So I get off get off my base San Diego, Dr L A and Curtis cats and who's ahead of BT at the time. He said they offered me the Holson job. I still had six months left on my list. I keep my the navy on on doing standup BT don't know him in the navy, and I'm like, oh, so I had to go back to my base and be like a can I get a little early like? And there's I what I got offered a TV show. And they're like we've heard some lies. BT wasn't film for like three months. So basically, I wonder front of aboard real quick. And they found a way to let me out three months early. So I could go do BT and guys the guys on the base made. The most sense was like, we're we'll be better off letting him get out little early, and he'll talk good about the navy then and I really told him. I said, you know, I'm not asking right? Like, I'm getting out if you wanted to dishonorable that's fine because the for the career path I'm going they're never going to ask you. We gotta see your military record. Wow. Honorable discharge on this. But I was I was you know, I was getting out anyways. They just got creative Halley. They let me out right, right? Yeah. Man. It's it's tricky. I think the for me like the most annoying opener is the one who watches your set. And then does his bits on the topics that you touched on? Bro. It drives me. And I understand it. Because it's like so like he saw you go up the next night. He's doing topics that he knows you're gonna talk about exactly and it's like their way of trying to flex. You. Can't even be upset because a lot of ways. It's like, you know, it's almost like basketball games. Like, okay. He's who've been showing hoop and cetera. But what they don't realize is when your guy who has a new hour every time you come to market. That's how much you got. Right. You know, early in your career, you might have two hours material you could just handpicked shit from we're having fun. But when the pressure comes onto draw and now, you're back in San Francisco. It's like I got new our? But that's how long have. So if you do twenty minutes around these topics now, I gotta come and do twenty minutes around the same shit come on, man. That's the only will make me want to not have somebody on us. I haven't fired an opener. But that's the only thing that would make me be like, what are you doing? Like, why are you gonna make me tell you what to do on stage? In this day away from it yet is true. Like always tell opener the P, Wes, I, you know, how do you work in this business? I do when you start now just beyond time and do your time. So be on time for the show and you in twenty twenty and even when I'm on the road. I if I'm doing theater day, and I'm going up before like eps- or something like that. I never closed big because you've never always liked to close. Like this look if I got twenty a strong twenty and I'll put the Mike and STAN take a breath. And if I may I appreciate you guys Kansas City. I'm Gary enjoy Mike ups pulling your shots punches. Why wouldn't you try to bury that? Berio? Want to work with he's got twenty minutes to blaze. So I'm like this. I'm good always wanna take a breath because when guys at the MIR that close with a big music bit. And I'm like this really that's kinda cheating. But that's. All. Get mad at university of Tennessee. Because I didn't have a CD player. He goes, I'm usually is, but you'll Janke schooling. Smile bitch, man. Two thousand two all okay for let me see what's on the ad in. Oh, my. Yeah. Nobody fund is. But you'll bitchy at school CD player any working. I don't understand why you would play small wash shrink. I don't believe that. What do you mean? When you say, you say, you don't close big like, nah, I'm not saying I'm saying I got twenty minutes. All you do. All you, do whatever. That's a that's that has nothing to do with what I said that sounds good. Just say when the guys up like this because it doesn't honestly unless you're the headliner. It doesn't fucking matter. If you do bad or good, it's all about the headliner. So no, not you got. Okay. So if you go if you pay to see Chris rock, right and his open doesn't do that. Well, but Chris rock kills you even show still happy. Yeah. But we'll talk about that open. You do but still with the show talking about who we looking at on Instagram don't their name. But boy. Who go see somebody the other night, they had to open the neck and this time out dam was her openers. Nice girl. Oh now, he worry about feeling. Out of how bad was it? What's her name, though? She was bab- with her impressions will save it. So. So right when it was about to beat a booth. Pull out an impressive is she got him back. I'm the type of comedy show me the laughing real hard. 'cause you real funny Marham, not laughing at all. Because you're so funny. I'm just like, wow. That was really smart where your process and every room laughing, very hard. 'cause you're bombing. They good. I love it. Always be in the back like sometimes I hear guys not doing well in front of me. And it'll be in the back on clear. They'll get all we heard you. I know. Dr. Over those days. There's this comedy club nightmare comically comedy room in the city called the village lantern really small room, and when guys who bombed sometimes they'd be taping their sets because they wanna get a late night set or something together. Right. So they have this camera in the back. Right. So they'd be up there bombing, but the cameras recording. And then all the comics would walk imagine this with a camera we walked underneath the camera and high and then just pop up straight in front of the lens ago bomb. The problem. Right. But. You're watching your Ted like all right? I gotta work other shoe bomb. We would do this do the things. Well, right Honey, get stage. You get the light right now. You might have seen like somebody flash. A cell phone of that kinda show. Yeah. When someone's bombing really hard we go up to the bar upstairs. And we take the the Bud Light neon sign. That's in the window. We're the whole thing down. We Blunk it in the back then three just hold up. It's over. Worse bomb ever. I had a I got punched in the face once on stage. Yeah. Yeah. You know, the one up for New York. Really caroline. Oh, my first time that is great one but Caroline's massacre, but ours club, I'm talking about like the hood rooms. Okay. Chitlins circuit. Come on, bro. Of course. There's a guy named smokey south of smokey Soir as hilarious. Capelle movies? So he's with you. He was with me last year in the best, man. He's the best man. Such good. Here's a great room called cafe mocha on like one hundred eighteenth end, some famous black guy avenue and. Oh, no. It's one of Frederick Douglass, Malcolm. So it was the first time I ever did. Rumors early early micro, right because micro I was going up wherever there was with stage time, right? And it wasn't as big deal to a black rooms I grew up in the city. So like black people weren't this like shocking thing. It was like, okay. I'll just go stamping so much that can't you know, I'm not even far. I'm just making fun of this Puerto Rican guy in the crowd, but not even good. I'm just kind of like calling them Puerto Rican jokes. And then there's no stage at this place. Just a bar. You're performing in front of like with a coffee standards, and the guy just walks up to me, I think he's going to the bathroom or something like that. And then he gets like right in my face on like what's up Puerto Rican? And. And do just swings. Right. Catches me won't. Bouncer. Grabs him other. Bouncer grabs me, they take them. Throw them out an everything calms down the promoter walks up to me. He's like, hey, ma'am. Sorry about that. He'll keep doing your thing. And he just hands me the see an equal opportunity. Mike. Mike, no money, and I had to go back on stage after getting punched in the face and continue show. Everybody that calls. You a great story because you're equal opportunity offender. Oh, everybody get everybody. When you when you bomb guy, I can't top. I never hit. Pro candles thrown craziest ship good. Good. Never. Ever bomb to Mike? Lebron? Duval, he'd never know. There's bomb where it's 'cause your jokes. But then there's like I think one of the worst was I did Vanderbilt University and it was called spring fest. So the show was outside. I thought it was hosted it's literally four PM to midnight. And they got like the states goes dark. Another ban starts. It's just thirty minutes all these bands. But it was rock bands. Right, right. I get there. Like three thirty thinking, I'm hosting this thing, they know you're from ten to ten thirty. That's a hold on. You're gonna have six hours of music field with a bunch of cards could drink and enter a comedian up there. I always always going to be bad. So I go back to motel comeback until the kid. I go look don't just throw up there. Like, the band's I go throw some frisbees t shirts telling this comedian kind of bring them into the stage. Army? I guess you this this whole show, right? Body got comedians shit. This is this the whole show. Vanderbilt suck. My dick comedian guy. Runs up bear on me. The Mike still hot. I'm backstage fucking Bud Light on so the girls crying the brought me from the schools till representation buildings. This guy's going. Dude. You're not getting check. Do you? Go back. There we paid you thirty minutes. I'm like shows over bro, I go. If I go up there to going to happen. I mean, they're gonna booed or someone's gonna get so pissed 'cause I'm talking about him. There's going to be fine. So the guy came over gave him a check. I'm driving back to my hotel, non piss beer on me. Then I thought I'm kinda glad I got through the beer on me. That was gonna be a long thirty minutes. Really? Game. But that was the whole show suck my dick comedian. What is college? Try not good night. This anywhere. Energy even there. Right. Oh that was bad. And then. The first time in LA. I got I got gong that a gay bar on Monica. What is gone explain what Dom? I don't know. I'm okay. I'm in San Diego in the military. I'm just trying to get my name out in LA. So I'm calling anywhere. That's got a Mike in stage. Plays called the race it. Yeah. We have a talent show every Tuesday show before sign up. Come back at nine finally made the list show starts at ten. I drive up gave our four o'clock comeback at night afternoon. The morning four o'clock Nathen. Okay. So nine o'clock. I come back. Yeah. You made the less. You're the ninth of ten x tonight. Great comeback in our later. Blood dudes. I was like dude here. This gave were right? I was the only comedian it was eight singers. And then I go up there, and here, I am straight white male. Right. I told who one joke, and it was it was not a boo like get off. We hate you. As like you. Don't know. No better. Bill bill. What did you litter? Remember, I remember the Joe you told me to come to your spot tomorrow. And I said what is it? A joke that didn't work. Yeah. Yeah joke. I'm going to do tomorrow. I've never told it since have jokes inside never told his God since that night the gay bar the joke was and it was twenty years on. I starting stand up. So judge you on the show. I go. Everybody I go. Hey, you ever knows. Like when a baby's born. They grabbed by feet, they hold it. And they smack on the butt and the baby starts crying. So, you know, the baby's healthy. I go one of the babies immune. So I got him holding the baby up and smack in the button. I'm going. Like this. Doing this show. The main. Why? Why are they trying to give them a good? Four. Thought these last baby back. Ban. My dumb ass realize. You know, I didn't get booed. The guy comes out dressed in drag with two guys with the Ving rains ball in her mouth from right there dragging this guy and drag out a gay man, then had it. Yeah. And then gong. So then the guy gung to me, and I got off that got the biggest here. Back. Spill bathroom. I don't know leave one of the fucker you just bomb. No any better. I'm still trying to network. Like. Eight people. So then. Goes. Hey crowd. Don't let them don't let the story tough crowd. If you need a massage, and he laid put the car to my pocket, really. Now, I'm the gay guy that bombed you know, what I mean? So I called him take. Strong as. Pays Bill, man? Now, say goodbye to expensive TV bills with Filo are the feel Filo Bilo. Follow the cheapest way to watch over fifty of your favorite channels like BT cut. Gary a lot of checks in three of their network own VH, one MTV, they've cut us checks and the history of their network, but sleuth all those networks man, you can catch the biggest shows on TV like the Walking Dead. Love and hip hop game of thrones. Plus tons of classic shows and movies. 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I really believe I think the greatest stage skill you can possibly have even more so than singing even more. So than wrapping to go up there and make people laugh on cue at microphone by yourself. I don't think I think it's you gotta respect the people who can do it. So I just went up. I don't remember that. But I remember this going up there, and I'm like. I said something like I was like, you know, what I'm sitting down because I don't want y'all ever say they're doing stand up not break the ice. Not hope. Nobody loves. Davey davey? It's funny, man. Funny guy funny out of new as in hairline credible. Incorrect. Airlines getting lower like, yes. Eyebrows. Let me start this. Why saying Damien laris? He's hilarious on stage. He's Lara's on TV. But. That a bad at Madison Square Garden. Cypher? Sounds April Fools that April lonestar. I did that years ago Eddie Griffin bomb than I did it really bombed. Why didn't have those coal white rice saying that night Damian bombed because he came on after B spoof. And he walked out and his first joke was I want you to love me the way your love dead rappers. I don't know what the fuck pissed him off day. I don't know what did had died that day. But man booze started from there and did not stop. And it was to the point where Damon started just screaming out random shit. Like why people buying pit bulls? Now. Dix. They were mad at Damon. You talking about volatile going after j b. I don't know. I don't know fucking bring man, I don't like that shit. I like when comic show up the order is wherever gets the most money goes last where it's lease money. Goes I write so stop act like what's the order to happen? Why did he go have to be that stupid? Whoever did that that's stupid. This wasn't even long ago. This was my sumptious is sometimes if you're like of that, you don't want to wait to the end of a long show, you see ten comics on it. So you're like let me just go up in a middle be nicer hot. And let me get outta here. Fucked up, but don't take headliner money. If you don't want to be. You go into middle middle money. If I that's that's the first thing. I asked about lineups what's the lineup. And then I'll problem I go he made more money me. He's gonna last don't don't sit there and be like, well, we're thinking about put him. No, no, no. You don't look at it from a place of skill like, I know got better it it. I don't I don't want for one. This is true. I don't watch stand up. I'll watch a clip, but I can't sit there and watch for an hour. Two reasons is one I want to know, my jokes are mind. I don't ever think. So it's lots comics would be backstage. You'll get intimidated they'll site themselves out. Yeah. I I don't want to be in the building. I don't wanna hear the last. I don't hear what you're talking about. So I go up. Yeah. Stay backstage and talk or what of my phone or put my buds in 'cause I seen com site themselves out. It'd be like, well, let's do talked about Trump Trump joke. I didn't know it. And then then you're fine. But I don't like that shit man guys doing that shit pull that guard dude guys that you don't fuck with Trump jokes. Smart. Right. Right. Right. Right to I really think like. I want to get a break from it. They own the come and just forget about it. Where you could do that with a joke though with what you can do that with the joke. Like, I feel like some of these points out. I forget what it was. I think that the tough things with the toughest thing about like Trump joke is when you can tell someone hates them because it comes through the joke is not as funny. Yeah. Right. Like when you you can tell. So it's like, ooh. Like, so if you if you're someone who likes Trump, you're like, oh, this this makes me feel comfortable. And if you're someone they also hates Trump. You're like, this is cool. But like what was going on? Right. When when the joke is a noxious, and it's silly. Yeah. You know, it's like, there's no vendetta. I don't know man, sports entertainment. I don't like politics like you don't like it don't do it. I do think that there's something to that. For me. At least for me. I love the challenge. Like, tell me a topic. I can't make a joke about and that's immediately where I'm going. I don't do drugs. I don't I don't smoke weed and stuff like that. We Joe some like this. I'll know enough about relate to how it makes you feel like I can be sitting there. Watching alley Wong, and my wife will be dying laughing, right? My wife and pregnant woman relate to a lot of the comedy. I don't think I think he's funny, but I'm not like dumb, like cheap crying might love Allie Allie. I could be a talent scout because alley opened up for me while back Argo. She got it. She got like Chelsea handler Chelsea up for me and Sacramento, and I go she got it. And she was eating it. You knew she had it litter. She ate it Thursday. Bomb bomb? Oh boy. Right. And she was like taking shots at the bar. And I was like this. I go to what's wrong. And she goes, I don't know. I'm going to Montreal next week. They brought me here. These jokes have been working. Now, they're working any more. And I go listen, my audience is not Montreal's audience. So literally told him I said, I told a manager. I was trying to like help radical move. All have you seen any? Oh, wife, you'll boom to the front to rose. That's what's going to be much raw. And I know the sounds bad, but the blacks and Mexicans to the bag. I said so she won't see the frowns if they're not getting her jokes, and she was fine Friday and Saturday and Sunday, and then but the first Thursday of when we do Wednesday Thursday just wasn't good set at a fuck up, Gary. Well, no. But she looked at you. She says this is the white, man. So she thinks that y'all audiences are the same not knowing rep cetera. Aref that are not knowing you got to a berry blackground audience. Yeah. Yeah. And I even told her I said I remember at the bar. You're gonna be fine. I said, you're tractive. You gotta adds to you. You could tell us. There's something when I saw cat Williams. First time like other something there. You know, you see him. Like Ali alley Wong. I saw Chelsea. I saw cat. I saw you know, authenticity, man. If you're offending people gravitate toward you, listen what it is think about this. Michelle Obama situation. It's not politics. Michelle just the wording did interview with Stephen Colbert America to a teenager in life under President Trump to living with a divorce. Father her quote, sometimes you spend the weekend with a divorce that that feels like fun. But then you get sick. That is what America is going to kind of living with divorce date divorce, dads were offended. Divorced dads. We're actually offended. It's been out raise from divorce debt. There's a divorce that Twitter, Michelle. Michelle mad at their wife for being divorced for themselves for making the divorce happened. It's stuff. I saw with them saying to Michelle your stereotyping, divorced dads of his all divorced dads are bad. Let me see not wrong, we are juvenile culture like America's incredibly juvenile that. Why do you think Trump works here? Everything about America's light. We're an immigrant culture. Right. So what do immigrants do immigrants or poor people? Right. That come to a new place. And if they get money, they do everything the poor people do with money is flaunt it that is the most American thing possible. Hey, look in my car. Look how look how big it is. Right. Hey, look at this plate of food. Look how much is there? Right. Like, we're constantly trying to brag and show off. And like, that's what Trump is. You know, like, I think the most popular plastic surgery in America's breast implants you France. That's like an old mature culture, the most popular passers breast reduction, look at French food. Right. It's like every little every little thing on the plate has a purpose. Like in France. If you ask for they'll never ask you for your your drink order before your food order because they're like of fuck with. I see what the drink. If you don't know what you're eating it food drink goes with food. They don't put ice in the drinks out there because they don't wanna make your fucking tongue cold because they want your tongue to be able to taste the food that you're about to order. Yeah. Right. So it's like it is what? Maybe they're stupid. But I guess my point is saying cold drink. I don't know. My point is like, she's right? We're fucked. It'll ask culture man, you've had your wife, drink something cold. And they give you head. I like warm off more math way better. Really, cold, cutting cold. Just mix it up. Really? Yeah. How do you make your mouth cold though, with ice cubes for nice Cuban that bits put ice cream in it? Cream ice cube ice cube? But thicky. Yeah. I don't know what they are doing Okocho tour. For the most. And I think I think the only reason I say, we're not immature is because most kids are intellectually honest because they don't know any better. Meaning that if you talked to a child, they will tell you the truth because they just don't know how to lie. Yeah. Where not intellectually honest with our thoughts. You know, what I'm saying learn how to lie boom. That's all this as you learn how to lie, and you you manage you manage the expectations of other people constantly, so we're like little kids who know how to lie. Yes. Well, no, yeah. Exactly where these little kids that learned how to live like fit in comedy because the lies in accommodation. How do I look in this dress? Great. Yeah. You look great. But I li- so you feel better. Right. Like, that's the whole that's the whole idea behind it. And then eventually get to a point where your is. I can tell people truth, and then they'll rock with it a little kid how you looking at dressing Fags. Actually, it might tell you before you even ask. I know. I remember when I lied to my mom about that the exact day. Really? Yeah. She was like shopping. She does this look, and I was like great. But I remember lying. I remember thinking like why are you wearing velvet? You're like fifty. Intellectual honesty. I I was even talking about that what the Tiger Woods situation is we greatly masters. Yes. All of a sudden Tiger Woods black. All of a sudden people are celebrating him like some great black American hero. And they're like, oh, Donald Trump is presenting him with the master the medal of freedom, and I'm like to same people who were didn't even want. The football teams basketball teams go to the White House when when black. Nice people need to make a decision about that shit. Like black who's not. It's too hard to be black dress out with cobbler nation say well, it was so long ago. Yeah. You see on Instagram? The new video came up thirteen when he goes I want to win the masters because they don't they didn't want you for longtime. That'd be big for black people kid became the Deauville. Lied to people. The completion thing came out. I've never seen it to be. Maybe he never said that shit, dude. He's black. He got a white wife with blacker. Until you got a new white girl. Yeah. No waitress. Waitresses, bro. Gato play around the overcame shit to make a comeback surgeries. He overcame fucking kids. Pro thank God. It was doing that. Because I don't know how you get into playing golf. That was the thing that was most crazy to me that there's Gulf injuries. You gotta be kinda pussy to get into that fam- back surgery. You're an elite athlete could. I'm watching two hundred fifty pound linebackers run head. Yes. And other. And they're there every week, and you can't word of this fucking. Your Gary fan. Eighteen holes. How could walk her their little spikes in their shoes? What are you going to slip slip on that crash? Clubs. Do you really just walking holidays? David sweat roll. It was hot out. I was watching I taking Mike who's the bigger? Stop athlete is Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan, man. What the fuck are. We discussing right now. Tigers more important to his fourth. And Jordan was is he pro what tiger did to Gulf I on pressing revolutionized. But he he bought. He absolutely did. He absolutely saying Mike what we have magic and murdered before before. Tiger Woods golf have. Jack Nicklaus Arnold. Palmer oughta Palmer's at drink. Jack, nNcholas Nicholson nNcholas the Saint person Norman, he had all the shirts and restaurants and stuff failure. Australian guy auto Palmas because it eliminate and Jackson a video game. Yeah. All I'm saying is tiger made Gulf digestible Nowy Diddy fam-. I watched it because he's always I want only really watched it upside dead ass on my flew in. I got in my Uber, and I searched for the AM channel. And I got there right on his last putt, and it hit it. And and I don't know if he's a gypsy. I don't know where the fuck my driver. We're rejoicing at tiger winning the masters y'all got to tell me why he will give. I'm being honest. I need to know why. No, you can you can cheat on your wife and and come back guy. You tell you cheating is back. You've got to stop this Bill O'neil. Then there billionaire like a plumber cheats, that's hard. You know? Bro. Race. Big air Tigers like this. I'm more offended by his wife thinking, you're also you're that good. Stupid. He don't want put them like this. Did that's offensive to me? You're listening rages me. Did it raises me, Danny? She was a nanny and then manage to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Getting she kind of accepted Tigers cheating right without question. By the way. If if tiger didn't have such a good Tuesday amid nobody would give the fact he had such a goody two shoes image that when he got caught up all my God. He wrecks the escalate and she hits him with the Gulf club. It was it was a violent end. Eleanor car apart. But that's what I mean by the different like, he just gets caught. And she leaves the house that's a whole different scenario. Anything he lie about it to like said something else happened when you got into the Rick. I don't know how I was on pills. He was fucked up. I just don't like all of this. Tiger came back from obstacle shit like booking a back injury fucking a sex addict. Oh, I'm rehab sex. Yeah. Gives a fuck. Yeah. Nothing to chill. Yeah. You made a battery fucking too much. But you gotta give it up for someone. Who's got like? Yeah. You gotta give it up for that the sex addict shit is kind of in my opinion, the older I get the less sex. I wanna have. Br. So it's like imagine being third forty and fucking like waitresses every night. No. That is that's exhausting TV considering the point to be out. You wanna be hell I saw. Going back to my room, and like watching TV I look forward to it. Two nights. Now. I'm like this. I'm so rested. Yeah. Holy shit. I'm rest wife shorter. How washed you are doing that. Facetime FaceTime, the wife not that much. Really technically advanced though, she'll fuck it up. I'm trying to see you like she's got the phone the wall. I can't see myself. But you don't faith show you in the room by yourself just to show this faithful shit Israel. No, we don't do. We just talked old school. You gotta still do that. I'd do it for me. What do you mean? Do it do it. No, there's no in your room. No. But I need her to note. How good I am. You know what I'm saying? I need her to know how much I've changed. You know, what I'm saying shit is really just for me. That's I know you don't believe in being faithful believing. No, you don't because nobody would prove it. Nobody would go book faithful. All this fidelity. Anybody fidelity when you when you rich, you know, his character. I don't know. This guy. Security magician. Disappear. The world's greatest domino. Like when you broke. You know, you procure where like a big ass fucking chain or something to let people know that you got money, but you're hiding the fact that you don't like that. That's how you're acting with your fidelity, you're like showing a room off your -delity chain. You're like. Let me let me show you. Let me show you this room. They got no bitches slack. Not unless they're from candidates. Do not trust any black men that live in America from Canada L, white man, we held in hunter Tristan Thompson state of fuck away from Canada. Explains everything. Right. So what happened? He was getting fucked to like dude fuck in his asshole. I don't know if any of those rumors are true. I heard do fucking his ass guy said ABM foster he did an interview with a young lady named tasha K. And that's what he said. I'm not sure he was dick them down a man he said he said that I ever say giving them that Brownsville dick that he was given to play the clip Taylor. Put the clip in. He came away. Practically rate me he came over three o'clock in the morning. I I know he was high come over. Like pull back the covers now actually naked and Nazis to stay in the condo fully, New Jersey. Now mind you I just did the number two. I just didn't he didn't care about that. He ate me. He been me. And then put his excuse me. Excuse me, excuse me. He less than thirty seconds and hit while he was stroking. He was like here. Okay. I think he might be lying. I don't know. But his new name is doodoo Brown. Kelvin's new nickname that seems that seems quite why would a man say that Gary. Yeah. Why would imagine make that up about himself? What was Kelvin wherein? That's really all. I wanna know Jared Louisville. Louisville Brown, and I made that up. Hey, I'm from my place. I'm gonna be I don't know. If that whole situation is true. It is funny to make jokes on. I don't like the weaponized things like gayness 'cause you ever notice people do that. So what's funny that the work gayness has ENA Senate if any if anything on looking at it? More infidelity on his part. But whatever, right. And now the guys like a avion is a some type of hermaphrodites. We've got like both hearts. Yeah. Yeah. So the room and now that he's possibly pregnant. I don't know of any of this truce is all alleged. And you know what? I mean this whoa. This is comedy wild, bro. Hold on. Say you some some is some form of her Mafra. Dismal a word. Maybe I sounds like. That sounds like what is album. Tend is you know, what I'm saying? Dude, hermaphrodite the thirty seventh chamber listen, but we live in his world where nobody cares about the truth. From the lies more entertaining. Yes. That's a fact you know, what I'm saying. So it don't matter. Whether it's true or not 'cause we'll never know it's out there. Now, he's going to get these jokes to we have more outfits. We can make fun of. They got like five Kelvin's clouded Instagram, bro. This guy's crazy dune guy the way he dropped Razi. Wendy's. Yeah. His his clauses. Crazy will heed the way. He dresses is just nuts. He dresses like a like a hip hop. Skier a has been hipster you know, what I'm saying? He's like he's like fourteen supreme everything fifty every home where they married twenty one years. Holidays aren't bad. Why believe twenty one years, but here's a you working with her too. Six to two thousand ended two thousand February two thousand six November two thousand eight event in Philly now. Yeah. And then we started being cooled again like twenty just did our show right today. Today right now. Oh, yeah. Yeah. She she brought you up a heard I heard a huge. People love forgiving people. Hey, man. I'm no Joe Rogan. But you know, you know, my life is cool. Hey, don't forget it. Forget it. Elk fastest. That's. Joey potato Tato. It isn't it? Donald. Good as a mother. Fuck. Have you ever had elk you into else? Good. What rose is good is shit. You'll ever tried cheating. Yes, I sit as fire broke cheat in bro. You have a try. See? Gene is not always correct. Get you back to cheat and bro this year. That's my goal. That's going to eighteen years. Faithfully. On you. Good to be faithful seriously. Yeah. Does. May not be allowed easiest ability. You know what I'm saying? Oh, Joe Rogan faithful Umbro he's married. He's married now. You know, let's let's put them. No doubt. Factor. Oh, but maybe I was before he was married before. He's married. Yeah. Oh before you marry. But I mean, like imagine how much support he could get now the number one platform in the world. Right. Get you all together, we get you in Rogan, a sit down man, we gotta do a collapse, you know, number one and number two platforms laws in a whole work as. Heard Joe talk should have one time. Really? I watched his podcast and jet appetite was on there. And then appetite eight new Gary Owen is and Jordan's like. Yeah, he goes. Yeah. I opened for him at zanies in Nashville. He was getting ready to bonnaroo so open for you judge. Could he was working on the set for bonnaroo so open for me one night? And he goes, I went up is all right up. He was never heard louder laughs. He goes. He goes, it was a fun guy ever seen. He goes an I watched them like is he pandering he goes in material was good, and Joe Rogan goes, that's the white guy. Does the black stuff, right? How do they get your like it's not like, you're they're doing fucking young Jisi jokes? So why do they think you're like pandering don't ever see me live? You don't meet me? Then you don't know. I think a lot of times white guys that can't that not can't. But just don't do a lot of black rooms or in front of a lot of black people. It's like, they don't get it. When you don't get it. You try to figure it out Gary white, but there's also a trope right within like, I mean, there's also like a constant constant character. You would see in, you know, comic view and every season. They would have a white guy would do black stick, right, right? So when they see you, and they don't even know what the fuck you're doing. They're going to soon that you right, right? You're like, oh, that's the white guy. That's going to do this. And I'm gonna Candida black people on these types of things, and it's like, no different than like, you know, like that barstool website barstool sports. I folk these guys and everybody that doesn't go on. Other just bunch of frat guys bunch of white whatever the people who actually read it or go. There realize they're making fun of themselves. They're in on the joke. Yeah. The people who know nothing about them don't realize it. So the people who don't watch your stand up go. Oh, he's probably pandering like those other white guys. And they also what they do to go. Also does talk about black white shit. And I got true. No. But what happens is your poplar point? You know, my wife's black. Yes fame. I kids are mixed. So when I say my wife in your brain possibly women, so. My wife did this guy in your brain. You're going here. He is like why should again, I'm talking about my wife, you know, she's black. But if you think this is also that maybe your most popular bits that go viral etcetera have been on that topic. Now, that's not your fault. That's just what resonated right? So now, you're gonna be defined by that bit that get you know, that has all that attention to these people who don't know, you the people that do know, you they're gonna have a different perspective. So it's there's yeah. Joe his podcast. It's not as good as yours. But I like this. Said I was like I hope one day. I'll get on it. Like, you just ask them person. How you'd have a Wigger on the? Feel at work. That's our word. That's our word Taylor. To issue at the end trigger saying. You bigger you can't trigger say don't make no sense. What about what about Arnold Schwartz? Have you ever done with big tigger? Called him from afar. And you know, what do you say? Now you. See? Are you really think that you're going to occupy a? To ER. This is a third thinking, you really think that you. Round of that word right eager tigger trigger trigger. Why people aren't allowed to say. When you say J like what do you mean? Yo. You'll this bra. This is why black is white world. That's why. His booth. This is absurd thinking absolutely absurd. Love her. Her. With. None of that is even he's not even like n word content. It goes back to it's not come from Melissa played. No what about like if you try to figure out a problem. Let me figure it out. Like kind of figures out saying to figure this out. Biggers figures. Yeah. Your ears, right? Hidden Figures, you know, what is in that a bunch of. Actresses. Taylor triggered triggered guys. You're so t- worded. On TV, right? More like Arnold s 'word rodak. Guy is a great actor, and you need to be, you know. Bobby lee. Yes. Comedian Bobby league? When I started doing stand up in San Diego. Bobby was there and he had a joke about Arnold Schwarzenegger. And I said his name properly with e will. Well, it was like that. It's my first time going like comics in the back and Bobby headed joke reset the N word, and I like. Might never else as for us. I guess Asians are allowed to say it. Yeah. Why guys aren't? It's just a space where white people are not allowed in right? And I'm okay with it. Okay. Okay. Few Bill set. So many words in a dictionary went using just one of them. Yeah. Joey what's a spell me on ESPN every year? There's so many words just unused. I hate the ramp. One of them the n word never pops up in that spelling bee you think by now. I. Indians will lose belly big. Troll. The origin. Funny. One Indian winded five years in a row. We gotta get him. The fuck up. You gotta go. You gotta go gang water. Oh, let's play some bills. All right, man. Okay. Listen, it can be a little frustrating, especially if you're in a hurry running late to find yourself at a railway crossing waiting for a train. Let me set this world for you. And if the signals are going trains, not even there yet, you can feel tempted to try and sneak across the tracks will don't ever, okay. Transfer often going fashion, the expect to be and they can't stop even if the engineer hits the brakes right away. It can take a train over a mile to stop. We never that from the Denzel movie by that time. What used to be your car is just a crushed hunk of metal? And what used to be you? Well, they're not to think about that. The point is you can't know how quickly the train will arrive the train can't stop, even if it sees you. The result is disaster. If the signals are on the train is on its way, and you just need to remember one thing. Stop 'cause trains can't. Gary. So you don't mention the N word at all in your act known. Never even joke about it. I'm not joke about it. But I don't say it right closer. Yeah. But obviously. Yeah. Yeah. Talk about an my act. I've never had a joke about it. And we're and we're yeah. Nancy, nancy. But I've never said it, you know, the thing about it is when people like you you get away with it. You don't know five dollars. Ninety nine might laugh at one they don't like it make all the noise about the audience. I guess you ought take Josh show. But it's about one person filming that putting it online. And now, you're the racist comic for the rest of your license. You built this great ran all of these years on the way for the fucking n we're right? Yeah. I'm going to lie though. I do joke where my wife calls me in bed, and as I miss you feel good. Really putting down tonight the way she says that in this. Now. How does he say how does she not don't have to say? But does she heavy a heavy? Okay. H h you had the no ER niggers Gary things that black is retarded really like actually slow talk to me. Here's a little slow for the way. I think he's I think he's like a savant. But but going a savant I think this is all an act completely like when the cameras like this was that good. Yeah. He's doing that. But I think Florida, right? I one hundred percent. That's what I think. I think like I see in this cable time deal. Yes. Lee akin to that. And this is why I watched the video of him, and he was imitating white voice. Right. He was like urban high suburban urban he did this so perfectly. It's like if you could talk like that. Why not just do bourbon? And he I think he's making the choice to tap into this like, maybe Florida market play into this. Like, what's the caricature with with with how the tea house the TI thing play out if I'm TI leave it alone. And the reason I say read enough, they leave it alone is because like Kodak on his district. Why are you trying to talk to me when you know? I don't listen. That is the truth when you're talking to one of these young guys because you've got to think about how TI was when he was young couldn't nobody tell him shit either. None of these kids are gonna let you pump them via social media and social media is their turf, whatever you wanna believe if you're over thirty eight those young kids do that social media she'd better than using my phone from today's interviews, so so why Europe you've been attacked or might be used. So while you're out there. Talking logic online making people laugh, you know, what I'm saying? Now Kodak has gotten to the point where he's crossed the line. He's TI's wife a tiny. He called TI's kids against ler. And it's like there's nothing a man can do after that other than make a mistake TI's too important to the coacher TI's too smart TI been to too much shit. The let Kodak black trick off the street. So I would hope that TI just let's go TI is having a rapper midlife crisis. You are watching it happen. And it's sad famous addictive, man. And when. You realize it starting to slip away you will grasp for it at straws for some people some people don't even realize it. But like you should if you really cared about. What Kodak said give them a call. When you do social media. You're doing it. For clout any time that you address something publicly it is for clout, especially when you could call someone on their phone, isn't that the problem with social media, though, anything you do could be misconstrued as cloudy, but even to the point where it's like, you know, like when nifty died is like I I wanna post a pic nipsy. But it's like everybody's doing it. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. It's like, I I was very honest when I post about nipsy 'cause I was like, I didn't know. But that's a testament to what he was doing because I just knew as a rapper. I didn't know everything doing outside of it. I was like so him passing. And all this stuff coming to light. It was it was inspiring to me. It was like, I just didn't know, you know. Yeah. Chason with like, I know nipsy were cool. We just like dude, I idea. It wasn't like what people doing the cathedral now that Notre Dame burned. Everybody wants to flex it. They went to Paris once that's all that is like everybody on the internet is is is there in two thousand six say, oh, I see what you're doing. Fuck. You just want people know you travel, I stayed away. From that reason I stayed away from that could soon as I heard Notre Dame is like what the fuck is going on in Indiana. That's fucking fire truck in out here. I did not. I was not even thinking between the I didn't know the Notre Dame. Ing fucking web is that. Yeah. That's the original Paris. I had no idea. Yeah. Yeah. Came on motive. Yeah. Right. I if you like your cloud Jason I'm not trying to be a rapper. I was basically doing a hip hop SNL skit. Yeah. When I I thought it was a Larry ES, some people's cloud chasing. But there's okay there a fine line. No, no. But his fine. That'd be thinking to. It's not cloudy. What we're just using social your comedian? Right. So it's like you comedians cloud chase by making fun of things job. Right. Like so TI's trying to act treat TI's using the the guise of we need to protect this woman, and protect you know, what he the nipsy this person. He's using it as a guys really to address something for attention. Even if he's aware of that. But the way you go about this is you just call Kodak. And you say, hey, man, if you really wanna use his teaching moment, you say, hey, man, I want to call you personally because I think you're good. Thank you, really talented. And I just want you to think about how that might have made her feel in a moment. Maybe you didn't mean it in that way. They could be misconstrued just think about that. And you do whatever you. Want peace love, and I bet you that conversation leads to him going fix it. Expeditiously? I agree with that. This is a threat. Like, what do you think the kids kid's gonna do is going to react like he's being challenged? So what if you on social media, and you say, this is another thing that I think nobody did what if you tell him what he did wrong. Not not just on social. But I mean, I'm saying what if you do it if you took that approach, not even being aggressive Baio Kodak? Now, you know, whatever x y the you did the same thing you would have said over the phone. But if you just did it in a way over social media where you actually told him what he there because that's one thing that they didn't do they didn't tell them what he did wrong won't work. Right. All work. If people are watching because when people are watching you start the school yard shit that we've been talking about forever, which who he telling you what to do. And now, she's a battle ego. And all these young kids, the older two you got egos some clouds in front of people as a big deal like when we're just hanging out with each other. We could be ruthless. But a second someone else CSI. Okay. I need a puff my chest. I need. It does keep you from making that Massena steak again, though, meaning that nobody's gonna dishes Goering London. Even remotely say they wanna get with Lauren London. You know, or anything like I think that's what they were actually aiming for who knows what I will say. It is right. Did you watch funeral? I saw bits and pieces of it on title. Yeah. I don't like funerals, bro. I'm not going to mind if I can help it. I don't I I really don't like to serve. I don't like them. I like I like how they presented as a celebration of life. You know? But you know, I was saying I have a problem with like this going on. And I know stupid on the go I can like people that I'm into right? I'll post them on people like Andrew shoulders. Don't comedian Angela rye dough Pino activists of voice political voice. I got postponed. Everybody start fucking with it. Back-off like, all right. You know, what I'm saying you want to be the one that discovers them. I don't even know if it's about discovering just affected. I don't want people to think I'm just on a bandwagon. That's how Columbus felt like he discovered American and everybody started going out here with. Pin America on. Nobody wants to be late shit over there. Even like, you can't even. Oh, all y'all. Go. Graham wack over there. You had to Graham when he discovered America here. Nobody was here. No native embarrassing. Zilmer history's greatest moments Instagram. Monroe in front of Kennedy. You'll his whole. This whole. Martin Luther King. Give him the speech bars. Bars. Have a drink. You find out Jesus didn't really turn water the wine cut his finger. Clout takes. Jesus was everybody fell for that. Moses too. George Washington chains in the game. President. Presidents. I didn't know. How is everybody free, but they're still slaves? And then the Kermit the frog t- emotion. Say say. I wanted to. Like, there's so many good like Zuma do room. This is what is taking those. I would be like you always get guys going people like to be the sleeve you never why guys going to be owner. The same temperature. Right. They both out there. And what makes more sense? Doom for so reading. Big about you. Never. It's never been South Carolina. Right. Hot. Is. Fuck weather. Right. You never been so hot where you're like. I don't wanna work. All. Bill. Like a live back in eighteen hundreds. It was slavery and all that stuff. My cross would be terrible. But my house off chain was have nothing but women like nothing. Oh. Dude ever. Nobody getting be. Nobody abused this dude. Yeah. Yeah. Serious question. Yeah. Have you ever fantasize about being labeled as Whiteman? No. Look. This. Everybody fantasizes about power borough. Nobody control, you know, there's no more power and control. It. Let me tell you in slavery. I do this about how you do. It be one of those guys it's making the change to do it. I wish I was alive to do that. How do how'd you end it? How don't know, ma'am? That's part of the solution that Turner it. Or would you do it in politics? Like, Abe Lincoln. I don't know. What's what's a what's the Matthew mcconaughey movie? The Free State of Jones. Oh. Oh, yeah. Was that one of the many slave movies that we have every year the only country in the world that does this. It was good. But throws you at the end because it's like, you'll find got the vote, right? And all these trying to block the vote. And then all of a sudden, you they give the the votes, right? And all the slave owners were Democrats all be free where Republicans and all the Republicans. So they're showing the vote, and I go I go, and you watch it on this backwards like, oh, wait a minute. Maybe it's not to that. I was like this. Oh, it just threw me because party switched democrat around actually disil- rights there. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because because. Win. JFK started backing Martin Luther King junior from not mistaken while. Yeah, I think the Dem's around that time had a little bit, more empathy or much more empathy towards like the blacks at Trump signed by Lyndon B. Told them around that time is when things started to flip and then black people have been low to Democrats ever since when no goddamn reason. And in fact, I think it was a black president. But you know, we had Tim Ryan on mass Tim Ryan, do you feel like Democrats have who's he again Ryan is in house fucking in congress, and he's been in the house with sixteenth is to Ryan. But he's running for president. And I yeah. The holy yes. Harry. He was saying how do you feel like Democrats have done right by black people said, no? Scale. But no parties really done right by agree. You can't. That's a loaded question because my have been like nobody has gone beyond completely Colin Quinn as a community Colin Quinn. Legendary comedian one of the grace of all time has a new glasco? Oh, fuck fuck. So. He's a gogo go. Go check out a New York stories and Netflix right now is last store in New York store yet. It's genius. And this one this next one he's doing for CNN write comedy special CNN, it's called red state blue state, and it is fucking genius. And he talks about the two party system, and how absurd it is. It's like he goes we have seventeen genders two parties. It's like this. Because I go outside right now there's four different bathrooms, but we got two parties. Only two options. Of course, we hate each other. We were trying to stuff things into one of the greatest. White. Hey, you got a little. Curious bottles. Bill, and we close out all right man, when I was young getting credit cards impossible because I'm black and my APR's through the roof paid credit card companies a fortune interest and our fees because I didn't have a credit history. Now, I'm older, and I built some credit eight oh nine trade. Go to be exact go. All right when I'm still getting deigned all right would late payment fees, and you'll feed foreign transaction fees high interest rates, but have you ever heard of a credit card company that actually helps you avoid paying those fees and unexpected interest charges schotz get outta here. That's crazy. I mean is it possible? There actually is one. Yes. 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And then all of a sudden, we got penalties and fees. Like what the fuck was. This guy's name. You know, they're the dark Mark what I'm not gonna say that. Jewish. No, I don't know what fucked up. Yeah. Guy control. It helped me take troll of everything because I go what who's the guy? Where's he at? And I was like why do I feel as I hate waste of money back tax fees. Certain things like you need to apply your prejudice to in the world. And I believe in this. There's certain things we just know that people specialize in okay? Just Getachew accountant, right? Just do it. It makes sense. Boy, did I get now you're good doctor Indian doctor don't play around with Asian account. Be good based off the stereotypes wouldn't Asian accountant to be good. It's Jews have Asian built in. It's hard plants. All right, though. He Mafra finances. Probably thing who is accounts like six eight black is at the Y at set. Let's go let's do it. Here we go up Steph curry, I gotta see you play. I got to prove yourself. Christian white account. The fuck outta hair. Dealership. Come on. Right. You white security white security lights walking rumored you right now with that same blazer. Nobody's saying she'll buddy. What if I walk in with wax people be like a word because they could they could take they think Gary Owens John Vic? On those. And you'll smile record. That's it. That's all excuse me, dude. Sometimes when your life's online, you just you just make it happen life on the line. You find out what really matters does that make sense. Like, I remember when I went skydiving, they tried to have a girl be the instructor. There was on my back for the skydiving. I just said, no. And they're like why? And I was like because I'm sexist, and I don't think you can handle you know, that you could save me if in die. Sometimes perception is reality. And we try to find a late now, we're all equal like when I was in a navy women were allowed on combat ships. And I was like why are these women fighting to be on combat ships because it's a shitty way. Life better off on shorter do in an apartment. Yeah. Go home every night. Why are you fighting to be on a ship to live in these burning compartments where there's three racks? Hi, you're only personal spaces little curtain. Why we I was looking at women like this. Why are you whatever you tell women? They can't have is what they want those stupid. They had they had a better before you on the combat ships. Now, they're on it. Shut the fuck up your metaphor for women. You could have just been chilling at home. You don't have to work stoop. This whole thing you fought for quality too soon. I really believe that imagine being a housewife. Now imagine being a housewife with net flicks. Who? Yoga pilot, like literally if they waited fifty years before they fought for the right to work and all that shit really think that they would. Fucking suck starting Harley, man. What what can we blow in your starting a Harley this? Yoga juiston. Sick to home. Life is now reciprocally learn a lot. Thanks. You guys. Got you. This podcast tells. Say what? Get some of that stuff, which are witness it earlier that you like this. Median Gary, right? You're always preface it with your comedian context means everything oaks. Yeah. Some people have some people get offended who to fuck k-. How many slaves would you have? Man. That's a joke the balance it out. And you're right jokes about owes. Come so, easy, HAMAs to freestyle off the top of the head. Nah. There's a number have what how many? What's? Speaking about you know, what's really fucked up minimum wage why? Because what it raising it though. I know they are. But like just the concept of minimum wage, it's because like if you pay someone minimum wage, you really just want to make them the slave, but you're not allowed. So you're like, here's a bare minimum. I will pay you to not because. When you think about it? That's why that's why certain demographic takes minimum wage in. Some wouldn't is only certain people you can get away with it with like not saying. One. Go home. Bang. Big close. Gary. There you go. Wanted to beginning doing both. All right, good. I'm Harris casino on Friday in Atlantic City and the Saturday at the nj pack in Newark, that's a big theater. All right. You go sell it out though. Gary, boom. Clown confident. Our balcony. Through this. We're good. Good, man. Panik you'll hear like the presale to go. What you want this? Yo you got star posted or something. It's fine with three months out. They they'd be trying to really push that presale shit, and you know. Slaves. You will Gary. Every slave you walk Gary. Listen. Okay. This just moments out that hey, I heard we're getting pimples now. Dick. Gado? Go blanket three piece and comes in my room network employee. Goes I missed us the blessing to work with you man, just a blessing like this. Oh shit haircut me the most vulgar. Out. Are you ready for me? Funny. The the stool stool. You gotta fuck the stool. For me. Over the. Coming three piece suit. It is a rat hacky. And it's. Gear. Good. Oh, hey now from Meridian Mississippi cookbook, a blessing blessing to work with you. Hey, man, we're going to break bread together. I never now. The magic we're going to break bread together. This not having making freestyle bitch. Guys. Five minutes off the top. Fucking. Do we pay for this? No as minimum Andrew when I didn't. As always if you listen to podcasts, you think we're okay? Give me a Twitter this ship. I Gary on comedy. I was trending today. Is he was Witter Gary Owens. That's right areo. When did you take off like when did it? You like was like woo. We really just started a lot. I think it was. I think it was every time. He was that. When you have Rogan, right? Wasn't big enough. Twenty twelve twelve star pop twenty twelve after the radiation after the region of you remember rage, a call and said he wanted to fucking kill fab and had Budi goons put dick and fabs button. Seven Rolls, Royce, seventy two quickly. Wow. I know that. Yeah. Thousand twelve twenty eleven twenty. Talked about a couple of comedians today. I'm like, oh, I don't feel bad. He was light. Any comics? Really don't is there any comic you would like to send booty goons at. I'm precluded by cool there. Buddy, not one single person. Nobody's ever really done. Anything on stage like that are stem only. I don't really get out that much either. Like, I said, I don't know you. Many of you. But just met. The Duval I mean, I see guys on the road. I I don't hang out at comedy clubs that much because I do it every weekend. Like so nine gonna wish nobody who's your favorite. Ever. Top three or something like that. Where your guys public Francisco's pretty fucking. Really? Yeah. I would 'cause he can do the same jokes. I still laugh at it. Right. Mitch Hedberg Bernie MAC just because Bernie's moral braided off as the stories. I heard about Bernie, there's some legendary ones out there. There was one I didn't movie called college, and we shot in New Orleans everybody that all crew just came off either Benjamin buttons or pride those the movie. So you get to know the cruise the one guy goes you Bernie, Bernie every Friday, and I guess you can confirm this with people that were were on that movie with like rent out the bar at the hotel for like two hours like six eight open bar got it brings only rule is order what you normally drink. So I guessed after like eight weeks shooting like week six or seven somebody ordered two bottles. So Bernie's the bills like what a fucking somewhere to bottles. Why would you take a bottle? Everything's free. So Mondays onset and he gathers the whole cast and crew. Together starts going off told you mother fuckers to advance my generosity that a so here my scatters. The director comes back to like Bernie. I people nervous to work with you may think you're mad today. Can you calm down? Tell me, okay. To work with bring us art ever comes back from Bernie's trailer. Bernie goes kind my tension. There's so who are nervous that came up a little angry that you you don't know if you wanna work me today, but you wanna drink them every fucking Friday. Rare for two thousand Christa. Oh, for no reason for no reason. But you know, that's what I heard from crew member. It seems like it's legit owning their own gray store. It's a great story. Right. Yeah. Bernie's freaked out when you know, okay. Virtually the first big headliner I met to when I went to universal amphitheater Ellena the of it now, but it was ninety seven ninety eight and I just got to LA didn't know anybody and guide. Tori, got me Bernie MAC tickets, and we went backstage to meet him. And I've told this story on a couple of talk shows too. But I saw Bernie kicking people out because people being loud one day was out of his mind. Like some open mic comic was just trying to be way to funny in the room. So I would I was like in the corner just watching because you know, you'd see like Chris rock, and then you see Cedric and then Steve and stuff. So I was just looking at these people on TV. I remember there was this bull Eminem 's. So I'm just eating him an EMS watching all this shit. Right. Then I saw berry started kicked people out with his bodyguard. He was like he'd go like this and. I saw him points thing. I always king people out. So they're getting people out there to rowdy and like thin in the crowd out. And then he made eye contact with me, and I go OSHA get kicked out putting back in the bowl. Like fuck. Lease them. Now. Like that when he looked and he looked in our just go. Oh, fuck I'm good. I'm good. So it was for me was like a life less like oh shit. Just be quiet. Don't try to be that dude. And that's pretty much how I've been at comedy clubs and just rooms. I'm not I never the lower it in the room. But on the guy in the corner make fun of people though, white with the one or two people around me, you know. The person that's the person in the room like the big star. We'll probably gravitate towards you. Because he wanted to. Why does eight oh my dick house? Well, it's like, you know, when when you work with Kevin with three movies together and. Heart. Okay. Just making sure back, by the way. He did. He gave money back in two thousand you'll make eagles Bengals every time. They play and the eagle last time. They played the Bengals beat the eagles. He it was like a year and a half talking to pay me. So I d m because number changed, right? And I said, hey, I'm I'm in LA. And I saw he was in LA working out. And I go you wanna meet for coffee in to k maybe. So he said he gives me a call. And he goes yo come down to, you know, heartbeat productions or whatever. And then he showed me his his mecca right now like the entire fifteenth floor of this building. And I was like, oh, and he walks me around, and he gives you two thousand then he gave me a credit line. He goes three thousand credit lines took to pay you. So we can bet on another game of two three thousand dollars. ESPN amy. So if I wait like, let's say what the what the nets are playing the Sixers. Yes, I was called Kim that let's been on the game tomorrow three thousand dollars lose. I ain't got pay them. But if I win he's still give me three thousand credit. Let's think of an absurd bet to do right now. Completely. Let's. Anthony Joshua's next fight. I'll take Anthony. Joshua doll over big baby. Disrespect. Oh, baby. Don't give them some held maybe top for steroids. Today today. Oh. Oh, he got pop. So it's fighting it. Now, he's finds somebody. He still trailing the fight in June. The trying to stop the world. I gotta shout out my style bender is he? Yeah. I don't know personally. But I love watching to bro. This guy is the fucking truth. And we watch it was an unbelievable fight like you'll see now. I'm not really, yes, he got. I do like stop into the only. He's a good guy. He's a good guy had one of the greatest fights. I've ever seen fight regardless. If he is yo- you gotta get him onboard. Somebody text me that. But I don't let us let the swelling go down next week. I'll he leaves Friday. But I'll connect you guys, bro. Yeah. He hung out to my show last night where king last night and listen. Toyoto name Paul. He he Puffer steroids. Wanna break? Stay with Trump guys in your fucking style bender. If you like the Trump show, it is what is anyway. So. Really? Yeah. I just remember. Yeah. What the fuck and somebody ended and just kinda mcgregor's dick few fios really win. Say it, but it was a proper twelve. Proper. Proper twelve. From. Twelve over profits. Will what do you mean me? Oh, man. Getting the forgotten man. Thank you so much for for listen to the show, man. Thank you. Gary. I got to. What is what is it? What is it? Friday. Atlantic City, Saturday news Friday Friday. Yeah. Where's he live? New zealand. I'm not there anytime soon. Good good man figure it out. A Europe just selling out fuck Kevin and Nicaragua YouTube, this podcast YouTube do when I was doing shows in in Europe, man, it was fucking crazy to sell these shows in Europe, and then them come up from the podcast and from the YouTube YouTube. It was like dude Romania Bulgaria like eastern bloc people have there was a guy from India at the show last night. She was like man, I was in town. I had to come see you. Fuck an indie if you. Right. He was the first one to really below off YouTube losing gate know, Russell Russell Russell. Angela johnson. Remember that call? I mean breakfast club is on one hundred and fifty countries with only two armed forces networks just on the basis, but YouTube is where they. How many other countries is because of YouTube Takashi that interview I got more out of people stop me know movies. Hey man to Kasey right? Okay. That's it. It's way more effective, man. Like, you do you do a platform like breakfast club? It is way more valuable than doing a late night talk show. I talked about that on shots. If you headline Kimmel bresca. Audience for any audience like you, go and Kimmel you're talking a fraction of the people can see in all them are dead pretty much. It's just people that haven't changed their channel and moved in front of the chauffeur chose. That's it go Saint people throw their TV's have broken leaf never gone Chelsea lately, really take care of her. Really on. And it was a it was a no because we asked I don't think it was her saying no it was a reps. You know what I mean? Okay. Well know that book respect him so much yourself when he when he when he talks about all the network said, no, right? I've been through it with net flicks of into it. Everyone's only plays overhead specials was BT. And then the Showtime specials always did myself sold it to them, you know, here the trickiest thing for network, you're actually the worst thing in a way for network because networks act like they care about diversity. But they don't care about diversity of the is watching they care about diversity in on the screen. So they would rather a black guy did has an all white audience because they get to go. See how diverse we are. Then white guy that has an all black audience, which is actually more diverse when you think about it because you're bringing black people to the network, right? So when you go to them, and you're like, you're this white guy like, yeah. But my audience is very diverse, and I'm really going to bring people I just happened to be white. They're like that doesn't really help us. Are you actually diversity? Well. Think about it this this one GM told me he goes, dude. It's weird. Like just don't take this wrong way goes. But when who leave your show, he goes, I stand every show and say goodbye to everybody leaves this comedy club. He goes if like eps- comes through or anybody like that he goes. And this is nothing. This is not an on EPs at all or anything. He goes let me lead there. They're still looking me. Like, they're like some people giving them a side. I like what what do you want? Like, I paid my Bill. I didn't give you any trouble. What he goes? When you leave your show saying Mansi later like they're saying by them instead of just leave. They're literally like, we know like it's like you would they come to my show and leave. It's like, they're disarmed. Everything's just gone. Oh, everybody's cool. Gary kind of like a historical black figure in a way, though. He'll go down in black history who Gary carry-on. Yeah. Yeah. Only white men have a reality show on BT. No on the only way got ever have any kind of BT. I real comic view and -ality show. That's kind of big. And we pitch it to every network. Say yes was I think we want we want or not to network said, yes. And I made the call BT, which was I stood over Greenwich. Just I didn't know Viacom was gonna come in and fire everybody like, Steven Steven hill. Go this Faulk were done. The show. Don't even do. I mean, if I were you I wouldn't even play the network came just because it's all it's all crumbling, and like you have every, you know, who's a great example of this Blackson Blackson hasn't had a show of his own. He pops up movies here and there, but he's managed to keep his name in. Straight through social media pops. Every once in a while pop that he does something with Cavs like a poppy Somany pack every once in a while he just pops. And it's like, that's what happens when you wanna breakfast club. You get these pops. We had the beef with fake beef because show Takashi Michael Jackson's one trick pony. And he. Y'all all beef this. Let's go and then go to his Texan each other. What to say to each other? Then I'd go to his page you killing gear he should be. See that. Clear. It is this. Because sometimes I literally like we talked about the sleepy shit. Right. Yeah. I've prided myself knowing how far to push without going through far. So sometimes I'll wanna pull somebody sees you do what your wife was hilarious all the N word shit got some people like Ben on the shape. And I was like this really. That's what you're mad about the world. And then, but I would ask you with this. Like, gimme honest opinion. Is that too far because comedians are on wish we're in a world where you can say, whatever I wish I could we're a bad place. But I'd be like, oh, my God that ever got cleared like it's cool now this, whoa. That's when you test your I if somebody because we might say something to each other. And then maybe like when you see you gotta finish like pussy. Oh. That might make him even more like Brown. Come on. You know, when you just know like you're push limits. Fucking saying let's figure out if we can still be friends out. Exact oh, tell mill. Hey, would you be book all that? So soon as we cut the cameras off. I'm just gonna sit 'em real quick. Okay. Let's see where you say about right? I'm telling you can recall. Bresca? I learned from Chris rock any white man say the n word around me, I'm tan shit. The fuck up is that what he said. No, Chris tear shit. Didn't do anything. I love you. Chris. Chris drunks legend s. No. But I'm saying everybody got mad at him because he didn't push back on Louis C K and Ricky remember that? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Feel also like I'm also the guy who laughed when Bill Maher said housing. Ill was good to say I did on deaf. GM? Why just said a? You know, he messed up when when ice cube came on. And then I said, you know, that wasn't that was not the black. He wanted to apologize to like cube goes Tom bridge available. Like, you got apologize Bill. Okay. Okay. Black who we got you. You're not black. Like black light. As always listed as podcast. Dick was smart. You think when intelligent you think we're brilliant -absolutely, right? If you listen to podcasts just a couple idiots who don't know shit. You're right to it's this podcast. Thank you for listening.

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