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Summit Recap: Bridging the Gap Between Corporate Development and Integration

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Summit Recap: Bridging the Gap Between Corporate Development and Integration

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This interview is a rewind from virtual summit. Hope you enjoy it. If you WANNA see the full version with video visit 'EM SCIENCE DOT COM? Everybody. Our next discussion is bridging the gap between corporate development and integration in our speakers are he's Patel Sione founder of deal ru developer to she director of Corporate Development at Microsoft Kim Jones Senior H., r. m., and manager at Microsoft job. Our Rights. Joining me today, Devorah VERTUCCI director of corporate development at Microsoft Evers experienced emanate professional with the background in finance law and a passion for technology media. Also, joining me today is Kim Jones senior HR manager Microsoft Kim conducts due diligence research and all HR related immigration activities as part of Microsoft's emanate programs. Today. We're talking about making an acquisition successful in creating value for both sides isn't easy. There needs to be a partnership with corporate development and integration that drives negotiations to structure a deal for success. For this panel, I recruited to industry professionals, share how they collaborate and explain why negotiation sets the tone for integration. Can each give some background on your involvement in a at Microsoft. Davila kick off. So I, am a director for Development Group, and I've been in this group since two thousand eleven and as a corporate development professional I lead transactions and ended Microsoft in terms of both evaluation execution on execution size part of the process I lead negotiations from term, she all the way through definitive agreements and I work closely with a lot of different teams across. Microsoft are on the evaluation and execution in one of those words that I work with is the integration team at one of the most important functions they were mostly within that team is hr I'll pass it off to him with that lead in. Thanks Deborah I've also been Microsoft. Ten of focused on the people were extreme for in this team for the last five years, and we as ever said we were closely with Cordova and great about getting a jar Magden early in the process so that we can really help identified confirm like talent as a deal value driver kind of how talented culture play a role and really start to build the relationship with target leaders in collaboration with with for Dove I think all this kind of a cruise to certain like our talent decisions are reflected in our cost analysis in the final legal agreements I think. One of the things that we really partner on is the discussions with the CEO in the target leaders depending on who we're working with and of identifying styles and communication methods that we leverage in the negotiation is I think it's that connection of staying in touch bringing people along in the conversation that related makes a difference in kind of ensuring that the leaders are playing us off each other or that were really aligned on kind of what we want to help Bush I want to ask how come you guys don't hate each other where breakout but we're going to get into that. We're GONNA get into that. Things early stage companies should think about if they're considering I've been a one of the things I always say when I'm working with turrets visit Microsoft announced that it might result they do spend time working with entry, pass the in with various organizations when I tell them if they're approach by a company or thinking through the process at Microsoft, is you really have to have a wind vision and a shared understanding of goals between the target of the acquirer. In most situations. This means a shared view of how the product will be integrated with the vision for that product is ill any wire. And how will the people work together to achieve those goals? Integrated Planning doesn't get flesh out fully until after the deal is, but I think having that initial as what was our arguments to thing because it's about setting expectations it's when those expectations differ between the and the acquirer and nobody's talking about that. Then I think things can go wrong. So as they think about that one cut deeper into that but I often tell powders. More. So when I'm in a mentoring capacity than when when I'm in a Development Role, but I I will tell founder is an injury. As a lot of questions about what you're going to be doing one sure acquire ask what your role is going to be asked for you're going to be working with adequate. Not Now will be getting a bigger team at all those things you think of unwanted people maybe say while find out later afraid to ask is the warming your work, the desert, the things that are going to make a founder happy on a day-to-day basis. Similarly, if it's a founder doesn't plan to see themselves long-term at a big company in their wake a serial entrepreneur I advised to be upfront about that, and frankly when we're doing acquisitions to open up that conversation early on say, Hey, what are your roles to to the target is again, not something like if the person's super important to us and they're not planning this day better-defined that out early on and again that. Goes to the big share vision like what's division working together in what's the ultimate vision for this acquisition the product strategy yeah. Adding on I, totally agree a DEVORAH. It's the overall goal alignment that's really important and clear on which is an exit strategy for those leaders. Are they really looking to grow the product a team? Within Microsoft I would add to that like inky are they really aware of the time commitment that it takes to go through an acquisition and run the business that can be really intense even financially is their money to get through the process or will that influence negotiations at stress to the time Ryan, you know kind of really impacts of what we're driving for. I would say kind of people side can of having strategies for ensuring remain. You're talented team along the process like when you bring them in, you need re ten special retention just to get to not point in the resent asking questions like what's the? Microsoft's culture like a line, and if it isn't then is that something that is a deal breaker or even works. Is Some great points I'm hearing thinking long term and putting some of those considerations of Franz just being upfront in general if you're not gonNA stick around and make sure your line there and I think him just made a good point about what it actually takes to do a because a lot of time at sort of underestimated. The negotiation stage your favorite I used to be aware that likes to debate in our. That that's kind of a humorous answer I was both strategy affect negotiations. So long lines of debate. In having a strategic discussion. The masks activated I finally really on its. Part of my. My job I also really love it because I love relationship dull day for me in order to have a successful negotiation as appropriate evolving professional there's a lot of releases because you have to remember. Keep in your mind that. It's not just about winning the negotiation across for Microsoft. Obviously, my job is to do the best deal for Microsoft that while some of it is getting the best price in the best terms, and obviously I really enjoy doing that at the same time keeping in mind that the company in the people at the company or Harper's. So you have to think of it all in that frame of okay. Why negotiating against somebody but negotiating if somebody who's eventually going to be on my? So the relationships you build with a person and making sure that you're building transaction outcome that split for not only Microsoft but everyone such that you're gonNa have a happy productive successful team of people that come into Microsoft at a layer of complexity that I enjoy in and I really enjoy getting to know the people at the companies that were wearing. Nothing. Aspect of the relationship building log at each other people in it's really changes with every deal as to what their relationship. But it's really fun part ranch. So easy relationships as bartering asssociation tactics. How does negotiations dial affect deal terms? So it can vary it can vary significantly depending on the flavor of the deal obviously in some deal like if you're for example acquiring a company that about to go bankrupt where the management team is not having long. Extract it can be a high pressure situation in a very different tactic if on the other hand porn company where the CEO is huge Microsoft the ans- super excited become part of a team. You can take a very different approach, for example, in that situation I often and try to align myself with the CIO and think of ourselves as a team trying. To get the deal done in that and really a positive impact on deal terms because then they become an ally, even an art of Microsoft and oftentimes present of almost a united front in terms of when dealing with the extra legal teams are we will have the council in oftentimes their role is obviously to negotiate the best deal further we're paying them. To do but it can help this founders, see pass with their wares or telling them. They have to get this terminally think about how do we get the deal done in the best way possible. It can also sometimes help them with their investors especially if they're not at serial entrepreneur who's thinking okay I'm GonNa do this deal that I'm going to start another. Company and I'm super concerned about what VC's are gonNA. Think of me in the future I'm going to go back out raise money if you're dealing with that type of person against approach it in a very different way than if you're dealing with somebody who's like I can't wait to get to Microsoft and have a long-term figure again in that situation you can. Ally, and you must have to coach them as to how to. The deal despite what their investors are telling you kinda give amunition to fight for what they want in the deal, which is often aligned with what we want versus what investors. About that's one little tidbit of example of a way that the relationship by built with the person in town I can achieve certain deal terms honestly, which sealed term for. Now how that negotiation approach change based on a business leader and his personality. So that, that is I you know that takes a lot of course into internally in the business leader I I'd say the standard payback with our business teams I tell them near the good cop you're selling them in I'm the backup. So let need the one to if there is a hard conversation to be had or Thurs difficult or conflict that has to go through this. Now, let me take that because the business leader is the one I'm not going to own this. Is Not working for me post flips but they are working for the business leader at Microsoft. So the business leader Microsoft is actually critical to that too and they have to do a lot of relationship building as well. So I think that that is another relationship with Sarah trained girl relationship that that also is important in terms of the business Microsoft and their style, and how that affects overall negotiation because they are not building their own relationship with targets. CEO were founder the not creates other issues obviously. Jim Wendy you weigh in on this win. Are you like what the hell was corp the thinking on this deal? From the beginning really I. Think this is where the partnership when he said, we don't like each other I. Think you know our process and how have things set up really works. reciting at the end there, we can really be escalation point having the conversation with the target leaders, which as long as the businesses also created that relationship they can focus on that new boss relationship going forward versus waiting through all anxious to get there, and I think that kind of allows us to help coach the leaders to get there but. I feel like if we're there from the beginning, it works better because we we have different insights we can bring those viewpoints together and really ensure that. They're saying what they're saying to us is what they're saying to like Deborah incorp dump too because we wanna make sure that that that's the same and they're not trying to drive an agenda through one of us or anybody else on the deal cheap. So you're the backup. Sometimes or I feel like escalation point can be another way to say that, and you know that's part of kind of what I also by fascinating as we get you know it's never easy but we have those conversations and I do think it helps they'll trust with the target leaders that have been again have get down to like what's important on the deal terms and even down to kind of their offers that before it's physically idea ensure a smaller companies that could fit for Microsoft I. Think there's a number of things I can say I think a good thing that. The product fit is obviously the first and foremost thing is, will the product that into our product roadmap in at the key? Thing is people a pass it off. You can talk about how we made. You make sure it's a good bit part. I do bring in to answer this question last question law I tend to Reunion Cameron our HR people very early in the process is what I want them again, jar internal business leaders on how were they think about whether it's good fit for. Microsoft. So again, the company's not working for me I'm not gonna be the one running. Slows mine drive isn't adviser and why bring in an expert in in this subject matter area like it. Is Coach people at Microsoft who are willing to be owning. This is what they need to look for when analyzing as to whether it's a good fit or not, and that can be with products it can be with culture MTM, all of those things together. Some of it is you know just spending time with the people at meeting. Ma'am and seeing a fair development procedures will mesh with whatever the prides leaders procedures are in its center et Cetera et. CETERA. I would agree it just takes a lot of work throughout the entire process as ten percent. It's not automatic bet it works if. It does start with kind of ensuring that those clear expectations are set in that it's just communicated. It's the IT. It's been allows us to kind of get in and coach. Each side of what's happening how they're showing up in the impacts through that that you know really lean. It confirming through rb diligence process are the arrests are relying on goals I think this is the value of some of the process to because it kind of tells you. The reality is there announced that you would continue to grow and prepare for what is to come or does that show you that there's too much risk or there's a mismatch that we wouldn't. We'd walk away. There isn't a wall or say in your organization sounds like it's more of a free range. You got a lot of room to move around and get involved in the deal early. What are you actually doing i? Know you're involved early and you're helping them sort of US and prep the company but like what specifically are actually doing? So many things and there's no. Well because I actually me personally I own a few doors down from corporate. Actually all of the same hallway when we're in the office for those that are based in Redmond but you know for me like there's a lot that were doing from initiating conversations with our business side to kind of understand really what they're wanting to accomplish it in the meantime kind of working with the target on due diligence from going through all the data room, wicked play data, having conversations about their organization, really learning about their culture, what they're driving so that we can kind of worked through the rest of our process to get integration, which includes offers, employees, communications on boarding all those types of things is that what you're asking? Yeah Yeah. That will now culture always comes up and you mentioned you're learning about this company's culture and we talked about that being a part of the with Microsoft and this comes up often because there's always very instant. The definition of culture itself a, where would you actually do in terms of activity to understand that company's culture and maybe even what are the questions you're asking those companies? Yeah. There's a lot of different things that we do. That are subtle over I. Mean I think we did a lot of research on the company to see what? What's their message out like? What are their leadership saying that their balance kind of actions to support that we have conversations specifically about the culture in what we would call like an organizational deep diary, bring the target together and our business together to learn they actually talked to their culture. So we asked them what they do, how they communicate, how they get things done what are some of their team norms, some of those things, and then they really go into have held their teams worked together from that you can. Ask questions and dig a little bit deeper on what that really means or is that kind of a facade or little big behind that they're they're doing to support it in the meantime they're learning from our business about what they're about in kind of a Microsoft value. So they can kind of get a picture in the conversations that come out of that day I. Find Super Helpful of informing us and them, and then typically if we can do engagement and in person things, they would do like a dinner where people can tend to get to know each other on a more personal and business level. I think all of those things are some activities that we do as part of that. What about the hammer comes down on certain things about a up to change this your process because things a little different at Microsoft you start addressing that stuff earlier or later. The conversations that I think the business leaders need to have they target comes in the company. A car company comes with working, humming, get stuff done, and sometimes that can enhance what we do sometimes or changes that need to be a I think those are conversations that just how were gets done maybe it's a bigger company maybe it's something they need to learn how to do at scale maybe there's more security than any independent of products. I. Think there's just all part of the joys of integration. You're definitely back-off. You're not afraid to bring the bad news. I can bring goodness to. Debra how does your role in corporate development influence how you address culture? There's a lot of ways that HR gets deeply involved in the process is were assessing doing employ assessments not I I actually try to bring hr in earlier than the heart of the deal that him described to help assess the culture. In her is the making clear bag hot but they can keep ownership about advice internally in ethic questions extra. So I often bring our HR human even preliminary diligence where that possible so that and it also helps with Heywood were you because instead I'm bringing them along from the beginning rather than like saying, Hey, we signed a term sheet. Are you have to figure this out? Trying to break them for the limerick memory diligence have them participate in possible? So they can start asking initial questions about ultra there again so they can ask the question of. Our team as to how they're thinking about things that we can appropriately structure. How we're GONNA, do the deal to in terms of in some situations where a company were unique culture and team. For example, a game studio he might make sense to keep that studio intact versus like fully integrating into Microsoft in your better having those conversations early on versus waiting until much later in the deal to figure that out. So I think that the biggest thing for data to raise this early and often to bring in the right people to have the conversations and advise. Kim, how does your perspective of company? Culture differ from does perspective when approaching potential targets I think typically were really aligned in as Debra said like with neighboring said, we're we shall up as a team and we can hurt her that kind of getting to know things I think were the differences as it have been mentioned a little bit earlier sometimes it our business speaking about things differently or they haven't thought about culture or the roles that the target leaders are wanting to command just don't exist of, Hey, we wanna grow our careers, run the business that we have people that are doing that I think that's where. We really get explore like where the differences are kind of a plan for how we're going to work through that. Do you go about navigating the difference in perspective lots of conversations I think Devorah said, it will likely bring people along we bring people to the table. We you know we have a lot of meetings. Unbelieving there's a lot of meetings July. People in the cell can relate to that with not only our own side and different people. But you know with the target and a lot of there's follow at meetings because it's personnel to them to, and so there's I mean I remember time I walked for an hour route campus coming back from one building to another talking to target CEO trying to get him you know just listening to. Like what his concerns were kind of worried through that. So I don't know if there's any magic outside of the effort and willingness to kind of listen and really dig for what's going on behind that. What they're driving for audit I WANNA go to exercising your bad cop skills what are the early signs of risk or bad fit and your general advice about dealing with it like I mean I think you know early signs. Are the values mismatch documentation in the data not matching conversations. You know I think you target leaders telling different people that they're meeting with different things. I think you know they're talking about the product being something different than how it's going to be at Microsoft, and that's not what we're looking for. I, think that can be things evaluate the talent. It doesn't quite match over looking for that can be kind of a a flag evaluate. Microsoft's really on a learning journey about how like we're looking at our culture zoe really do look for like we try to dig for similarities and differences to kind of you know we use that for framing for engagement in Howard burning in Matt along and and also our Microsoft teams. But what are the similarities and differences that we can really kind of work through have those conversations and maybe stuff you know we're hopefully learning from them. In amplifier value. So I think it's kind of a give or take of like we evaluate the risks that yet i. Want to do you just have to be planned for about how we're gonNA address it it seems like a lot of the rough deals were filtered out before it gets to you Kim. You. Know I. Mean there are things that are filtered out before they get to the as we bring in earn I. See one of the question that try that's ever walked away for video with of lack of culture slade I'm going to answer that in an answer as part of this, and the answer is that I have not walked away from the deal that was already in motion because. Of cultural fit but I will say when we look at a range of opportunity, isn't you evaluate on a number of factors if a company has a very different, it's not a different culture because Kim said a lot of different thing but culture can be one thing that you at in terms of overall fit inability to achieve the objective. So it's GonNa. Be Very difficult to integrate overall Location can be another artem all sorts of things can be. A difficult integration could be a reason that we don't proceed with an acquisition again, not walk away from it but. decided not to pursue something because oftentimes that means delaying time, which then means a less effective way to achieve our goals like often if we're looking at something, it's because we're looking for time you know quicker time to market, and so it's GonNa be a long and difficult road. There's going to be what Unia reason that we say you know at that's probably going to be really difficult in or looking to do so I don't think walking away. It's more just overall factor to consider when looking at a company across a number of days, and then in terms of what Kim said about rest. The last week you made is exactly on the nose from, it's identifying those arrests deciding whether to proceed or not in Howard to mitigate them in terms of culture and everything else. That's how I everything. The job is a legal risk. It's making sure alerts flagged that risks are we going to mitigate it on culture and people? Again, it goes to the sponsoring engineering team date need to be aware of the rest in. There are lots of early warning signs whether it's like a CEO since January different expectations that we have were. difficult or you know one of the big risks that I've seen is in, you can see the sometimes in the preliminary diligence, we start to get the sense that. The CEO, the target company and the rest of the team or a wide. So when you start to see that there is like misalignment between the team at the target and I find that happens often where this young is a technical lead in their more on the business sell beside and sometimes they were promised the technical team. You can sometimes see a risk there and that's one that I do like to relate flag or we often deal sponsors often see that's when we're. We noticed this, how are you planning to deal with it and some of the questions that think about when you see that is like what's really the role for this year when it comes to make resources do they have? If they ever long-term role? Are they leading the WHO is leading the team? How are you gonNA keep that team motivated at the beginning if it's not the CEO Actions we can ask of the deal sponsor to make sure they've thoughts all the risks the guy they're willing to sign up for their arrests. That's their decision. It's our job to make sure that they've been identified. Help them flee things those rats. That's pretty cool. I like how you dig in for the internal friction is there any like key person or you in thing to ask to help identify that where where do you think about the CEO and people are kind of like You know and that's one of the things. It's not only something to ask its million dynamic that you can often see in the preliminary diligence. In around when there are a lot of questions being asked especially in the technical sessions which have the time I don't understand anything that's aides said. Because there. So technically deep I'm not super technical, but you can observe who's answering the questions. The CEO jumping in and answering things kind of gloss over high level, and you can sometimes see that in the like BP engineering, the CTO, getting frustrated or saying contradictory things or when you can kind of see the tension arise I think sometimes tension rising those technical deep dives that super interesting but his engineers to debate. Cute. So oftentimes, that's where the meat of the lake. Debating those on in terms of the technical stuff, and sometimes that's where I see it come out. It's not really a question. You can ask it's more just essentially as really cool into the details look for signs. Looks like in one of the chats, there's a question on navigating a situation when the target may have executive or senior leaders who may be stronger than you have internally like have we had to deal with that. I would say yes. And I think it's you know there's lots of work of when a deer we that ends up reporting into. We have some party leaders who have lead new business. So that is absolutely a situation that we do it and it does take we typically will have. Conversations on either side of how setting up for success, but it can be challenging or duly Berry will knows that they're bringing in this person to help them grow and the business, just the best situation. But that doesn't always aligned easily at the beginning interesting point because I was Gonna ask about leadership when you start seeing a signs of a bad fit and sort of how do you manage that because if it's strictly in leadership, you have a plan around it or is it purely? At becomes a deal breaker, and then in your case that you just mentioned where a lining it with how gonNA fit host closes well, I can lead it. Often I think Kim can probably answer I think that where we really think a leader is not fat again, it's better to be transparent upfront. If we're clear this many by we, I, mean related the sponsoring engineering team is there are times where I might. You might think together we think versus earn elastic Microsoft our engineering leaders wing late, the match he answer had a role for them but but there is You know if the everyone's aligned that there is a percent, the target, it's not a fit. Your position makes sense in there are other strong leaders just be up front about that as much as you can have obviously delegate again when we can human, I can can do the messaging and have the right conversations and oftentimes that person that needs to be somebody who will have for a transitional period but isn't necessarily going to be long term and Microsoft, and again, it might align with what they want to because it's not that they're like bad apple or not a good fit. They're not a good fit because they're not somebody who doesn't want to be at Microsoft long term so might work out the this is really just whatever he wants and rather than Dan's around it just yet fry early on and received with that knowledge rather than trying to make it something off the radio said it will I mean I think the leadership on both sides if we identified the leader is going to be moving forward we do like rely on having those conversations. Setting up like is it a time bound transitional role that they're there to help transition the team, and they can kind of exit to their next thing or and Redo ensure that than our business leaders already to have this conversation entrusted gaps on expectations so that they're aligned and they know when they're coming on, hey, they're going to be over three to six months. Here's what they're going to accomplish men. If they're looking for other things with Microsoft Account, we can help support that. I think leadership on all sides is critical and I think the transparency on what that's GonNa look like is the best way to cut work through that. You don't WANNA leader to command big in they're doing something until the team with they're doing it that doesn't work longer term. Right up on theme here. Think long-term. Order the biggest concerns for the company you're acquiring during negotiations, and as you progress through integration price obviously is ever biggest concern. Obvious. What are they getting from the? Speed of execution in certain diplo's are always very important thing. So short-term things, I'd say you're obviously the RICOTTA negotiation terms violence say are often critical to founders in their investors is what am I getting and how long is it GonNa take to do this because it's it's uncertain. They are running a business need to know whether it's focus in his me like to do a good amount of diligence before we get shorter term sheet to make sure we can stand behind not on the certainty when I usually like to walk through the idea that we do some work Hopefully, that means we're pretty certain to close a transaction outweigh. The other big piece is going back to the first question on what she lookout for is people are really concerned about what are they going to be doing? What's the role GonNa? Be I find that that comes out a little later and that's why advise people asking earlier If I met having found For advice outside of the devote enroll and they said, they've been prescribed combination ask those questions early because I find that what companies tend to do is they focus on those key things like price etcetera, explicity jury, and how am I going to get the transaction done? Nice Star signed a term she really like what's my role going to be with my level going to be how many people are going to be reporting to me etc in. So those are the things that I find are the next level. To Cam like the next hardest thing than initiate after you know the ordeal germs is employment offers and that's what he gets super super concerned about I find in the second phase of the transaction between archie definitive agreements there. Obviously other things along the lines of close like closing conditions etcetera. That are hot button issues. Leading employment offers is where I think a lot of the contentious conversations come up. Which is why Kim and I need to work. So Leslie together so that we're aligned in there is no ability for anyone down like a divide and conquer strategy to try to extract more value out of employment offer. They don't feel like they're getting meeting the dealer race. I ask those are the things that people tend to be concerned about in my experience Kim Yeah I mean I'm aligned with you of. All of those things kind of how do I am right now like how do I get work done within this new system and still have expectations deliver they still have customers navy to keep happy keeping product on track and onboard Microsoft. It's like a team that comes with work but do different differently. So I, mean I think that can be difficult because often we have like on boarding for new employees and. You get a chance to kind of figure out the company. You're sometimes go right from day one to hit a product milestones I think that's hard I. think you know figuring out how to influence how to scale at Microsoft can be really challenging. So I think those things you know people kind of as they start to get closer today one in and having those integration conversations really come up of like Whoa. You know it sounds fine like, oh, we can keep doing the same work at Microsoft at the systems are different loggins, all these different things that you have to kind of content list come up. Do you Balance Comedy Company Culture and uniformity across Microsoft? Delicately. Johner the Clark Company Culture Ingredient talking about. This kind of goes to like how learn how he brings US teams together that also kind goes for you know me. been on a cultural journey. So but all teams operate differently within that. Wind to kind of all values. So it's also our team's job to working with them of understanding how the Microsoft Worms and what the Clark company burning kind of that together to kind of identify worthy rubs. What's good. What's different so that we can kind of really plan time to be intentional about working through that it's not a one time event. It's not like, Hey, let's talk about it. Let's do all this, but it's ongoing work to make sure that they won thirty days in. You know how those things are working in coming together are still kind of. Top of mind because they can be critical to success people, engagement and kind of the product is well, I think we we learn from our mistakes to like I, do the job looking back and saying, Hey, we did things a certain way you're bicester playbook does not work in can we really look at each deal individually but learn from each one to in much worked the next one. So one of the very specific example I think that in recent years we've done a better job of like even when it's a team that needs to be fully integrated Microsoft. Even product relatively quickly, we still try to keep that team intact when they come at things like that. For example, urban way to make sure you're not like putting into culture shock and they're able it's actually more productive to have them keep working that way in the short term sometimes men, how do you transition he blends more appropriate long or structure. So very tactical things that I think we learn from deal the deal and try to get better about our practice relate to thank uniquely every situation. What's the best approach euros rather than just having a playbook for every deal in I think w mentioned the Games acquisitions of you know we kept those a lot of what we bought like the culture drugs the game to kind of do that we kept those teams intact in their location on their. Terms and conditions of employment so that they can really foster their culture because it was important to them. So I think if anything from that to the little things, are you know this is really important for us to keep whether it's our office leather to read couch that's in the offense like something that kind of really is meaningful to the team? I. Think those things you know we really tried to be conscious of that, and then if we say been honor that that we actually do. EMBIID Martin's no that doesn't work on every deal. Like the Games are unique and it's super appropriate amount situation. But on other deals where it's a cloud deal, the second team bywords going to be eastern products, you can't be alone in. Of rations like being smart enough to understand what the product driving race and formulate around that versus again like say, Oh, this were to while the air and I think that's also really being smart about. What are the drivers in a particular situation and defining the strategy around that taking all things chancery. Temples of lessons learned that you think other people inc would find surprising. Surprising or if you have cool stories about surprises, that's fun too I. You know I think lessons learned that are particularly best topic or that there have been a lot of lessons learned around structuring a rice amend implant offers like if you're a big company, should really work very closely together to make sure that all values being counted. Across those things and understood the same way. So I definitely, I, definitely seen situations where there is a disconnect between those things you end up like losing value in it Yo, because you're not for. At an example, like a generic example. Again, let's say you have an Y'all ray are you know you have a purchase price and then you have a retention full that's being negotiated by work that you need to be super sync with through hr our hearts to make sure they're aware of baton structuring all the employment offers with that in mind instead of basically doing the same thing on top of that in the offers. So that's something against super specific but in an area where I think real value is at stake if you're not Ford made between those two functions hot topic that's a really good point as I've here that time after time when you end up over ladder redundancy. You know I'm going to jump some of this cuny but while get that cued up, what's advice you'd have for other folks in corporate development slash integration to develop the type of relationship that you have that actually aligned working. Well together there's no fear of getting degration folks evolved early as potential waste of resources, etc.. I. Guess we're kind of ICE. Would you share to that right balance for other teams out there that are looking for it. I never saw shares a few things one as a corporate development professional. Renegotiate for a living and there's a lot of light contentious. Nature of negotiations whether it's legal negotiations whether it's negotiations there can be a lot of friction and do I am much happier none of that friction with the immigration team who's on my team essentially within for dead but we're on the same Microsoft right like we are on the same team and we have seen bowls. Our goal is to drive the best friends actually permit. So to me there's no question working well together early enough written wonder. She's the best over Microsoft that to for me to be personally more happy in my job because I don't WanNa be you know finding territorial with somebody on my team when? So much of that energy has to be saved for external negotiations and getting deal. That's one piece of advice I have is just how can you go about that relationship in a positive way and just seeing it actually achieve goals better like going through it and when you do that I think there's like a little bit of a flywheel came on I work together on a number of deals in I can think back of the first time where he can't be like, Hey, I like to work really closely with HR that means I'm going to tell you everything I expect you. To. Tell me everything right away and seeing how that plays out. So that women CEO you know she gives the offer he freaks out she calls me before the Guy Calls me. So I know what I'm doing when he then calls me five minutes later like we've all talked and you can just see how that helps rather than me being off guard. So having Iran's to know Oh. Hey, and when we do that, it actually leads to a better outcome and his fun like that too new. So I think that some of the learnings I've had over the years of of why it's important. It also helps again on the internal fat like the reason I'm ranked him in early and often is because it's better to empower experts I do their job than for me to try to do everyone's job. If I try to do everyone's drive gonNA. Have enough time. So again, talking to our internal leaders about what they should consider on people's. I'd much rather ringing Cam and defer to her because she's an expert in the area had been for me to try to cover. It makes my life easier because I can step back out of things. I also feel like it leads to better by so I'm a big fan of empowering. Who are experts to really own their piece of a rather than court now trying to In that it stands to a broader deal team to his we're involved in some of the early conversations on kind of build versus buying what we're trying to get. We understand we're trying to go and can help guide our practices toward that I think at an earlier session surveys mentioned just importance of that gauge net worth it go to market team and really making sure that battle lines and you know those people brought along to. Its holistic in the process that people bring their expertise in Penn ask questions and it probably changes for the better. But we also get an understanding from the beginning and you don't have to have additional conversations later, he kind of your visits to. Tips. Aberrations key. So I'm gonNA run a sense of humor about big. Tree to then it's Sticky situation? Yes. I'm going to grab a couple of CUNYS. Before. We wrap up. Do we talk more about bridging the gap between corporate integration to a deficit earlier doesn't stop at the closing the deal many integration teams have been built over years, and there are deeply ingrained in the ways of working with a silent focus on the easier functional integration topics such as hr not as corporate leaders out. Do you challenge your integration teams to go beyond actually it their hands dirty and sales product technology integration actually drive the growth of acquired businesses. You ask honestly I really believe that if you ask people to do things and you give them more responsibility, they'll step up in the leg by. Microsoft has been doing emanate for a lot longer than nyunt in there and when I started, you know I could see a separate track relationship between dominant aggression went through my first couple deals on that track. Identified that this isn't really working for me. So I just said I'm you change the way? I, work with the integration and so I I started saying whenever I get an integration mydeal go to be like, Hey, I, really liked to collaborate a the first step and you start to say that, and then again I think that we as as an emanate practice broadly Microsoft had tried to evolve over immigration practice in this way, which is wise hume we'll tell you a team from the veteran gration teams that I'm ANA forget what the Opposition venture success. Where our leaders like put it on again, they asked earning regime to step up and instead of thinking of something the integration playbook about helping you make acquisitions successful. I think if something is deeply ingrained in silo, D- that doesn't mean it can't change and I really do think if you ask functions step up if you ask people to step up if you give them more responsibility more often not people will rise to the challenge and more energized were it and we do have a scorecard process that we have. Like acquire companies and governance where we check in quarterly for two years, and we just recently broaden mattes include all the teams that I think that that kind of or the core teams to play a role like it's not just a business review it's everybody's included to kind of hear what's happening and engage on challenges in. There's a role that RT can played post closed and engaged that way. I'm interested to know how much of your strategy has changed due to the recent covid situation and people being remote. So I was just about this yesterday in a another meeting that we're talking about deals head started holy after correct chemo because we have a bunch of deals in our pipeline bitterly announced that closed and announced during the had started before him. So you've got to meet the company's percent your diligence. It was just finishing the deal remotely, which actually isn't that different I. Think Him. We'll have a different perspective because isolate the HR team is later on the. Ground for all the in person stuff solid Koreans without from my perspective. A lot of my imprest contact with targets is really a preliminary phase. So for those deals, not that much change I did have one the all that we did preliminary scheduled the preliminary diligence before Kovac's right as it was happening until the last minute scheduled the full day session to change to a kings call and it was like eight hours of teams. I definitely learned from that. Was Fine. It was as good as it could be just like somewhat raining and I don't think the most effective. So for the next time I schedule due diligence session with the company that engaged with Africa bed I decided to take a different approach preliminary diligence specifically and do it more piecemeal. Usually I do all day sessions scheduling general you get to know the people you're in the room observed some of the. Things I would say that in the remote setting actually found, it was better to try to get more info the enough I sending out a diligence last in getting in phobia email and then scheduling a series of calls like we did one income you're on that one where we did a nature hall than we did a three hour technical bit it was broken up on different days no-one lost energy and I felt like. A. CHANCE TO SEO in different settings and still have those conversations ain't turning video on his head I. don't I. Don't usually turn video on but I say targets. That's a good way in the covid situation to ingest tactical things that I'm done to make sure that were pivoting a little bit remark standard process but it's definitely a little hard frankly deals all. Over the world, we don't always travel. I know some were data teams like they just get upset all the time. We tried you ally of stuff remotely anyway. So it's not a huge impact to our practice, but I think that that is maybe unique depending on a group. So I think that companies where usually is out there kind of on the road more it's probably. But I think that's it's that initial relationship built in the gets a little tough in just getting good at doing that on the phone. Calls with the as well also, when had added like in addition to? That breaking up the session doing a lot of one on one just calls with this CEO is also helpful. Of. I would say our practices are changing. I think on the strategy stuff. All Bet at Microsoft to you know we're still doing deals I think are processed could have been sure they're vetted but there are some extra conversations that are happening on the front end to to make sure that these are our priorities in the line for what we WANNA do overall you know our strategy of acquiring companies is still in play and our teams are very busy that yet practically on the textile stuff like billy trust over video like learning they are I think we're very. Lucky. A lot of our companies we acquire very technical. So they're also have the ability to kind of engage with us that way maybe even seeing some new deck for the CEO's articulating the strategy on the deck versus just word. So you know we're seeing new ways we're trying different things and I think it's hard I think on HR team on on boring but also on our it teams and getting all the new equipment places in different things it's been more away a challenge for just in the cockpit situations your big Ado and being Agile Adopt Inc.. Always anything part of the job in partisan last question. What's The craziest thing is? I seen a lot. You. Crazy in terms of what comes up again, and again is crazy is people get attached to very specific. So I think what is you mentioned a red couch, Kim I don't know if that was like an actual is. They're like on deals. The number of deals were there like a civic thing that people like to have lake a car the economy need to keep the Carleen hiring a do that or on our side gaming is one where like we have to have this one piece of memorabilia come with the deal because otherwise the employees won't be motivated like. Things like that are crazy. I mean at a purpose in one of the Times the craziest thing I've seen as last minute negotiations while like last minute renegotiation of drums always crazy to me and makes me crazy so But, I can give you a million stories about it could. Brienza legal term or issues are always like I don't understand my talks issues always have to be the last minute craziness but. Fun Crazy and say, it's like the attachments are random. Really motorcycles are. Collages him. Yeah I I know are getting at the end but I think one of the like the coolest kind of crazy things I saw was it was myself. The target leaders are Gilead Amir all at our outside counsel to do sign in person but we are also trying to figure out the last minute sign things on that on the target leaders side you know they're dealing with personal issues if there were also prepping them for employees now. Got All through it, they laid out the paperwork on this huge table and walked around and sign it, and just to see it come to bat lace conversate than witness that it was pretty cool because there's so much emotions that relates celebration a little bit of. Sadness of like, Oh, it's going to be different but you know excitement than all that just happening in one room was was was pretty crazy but it was very memorable for me to. A lot of paperwork to. was a huge table, a picture of the Big table outside counsel I mean it was crazy. It took him thirty minutes in our design. Debra thank you so much for your time. Thank you for having us on. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of Science. If you WANNA stay up to date on the podcast and all things emanates Tian's including our events. Make sure you sign up for our weekly newsletter at 'em a science dot Com. Emanate teams they use proven techniques, Phil Liver. Better. Outcomes, Agile. 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#265: Kings of Culture

The Agostinho Zinga Show

1:00:16 hr | 2 years ago

#265: Kings of Culture

"Welcome back to the casinos English. Show with me your host Agostino Singa. This is episode number two six seven two six six two six seven I think as two six seven it should be does says or the says do on the quad thanks. I don't know one of them questions. I don't know the numbers in Spanish anymore. I don't know welcome back to the show me your bag. Zingo live and direct. Some of eastern's early in the mornings Wednesday. How you doing humor how you doing good? Great Amazing to hear is Wednesday man full you weak minded you know lacking in self discipline supplant MFS. It's the middle of the week. Now even a couple of days left until you can get on it like sonic on that Friday night after work because that's not live for you just live for Fridays and Saturdays and Sundays. Not Maybe Sundays. 'cause you dread waking up in the morning but not Friday and Saturday. I'm glad I'm glad every single day able to wake-up up in my little black lab is and see the world for what it is or the Sun is beaming the shun the shun. Yeah The Sun may be. The Sun is beaming from decided. Adami Window Camera Seven Twenty P if he doesn't cost apple you doing check out on Youtube. If you're watching US smash hit subscribe and let me know I think of the show right cool damp win it okay. So welcome back man. You could tell them. Pretty hyped refresh rate to go you no. I didn't really well. Zero APP has been helping me so much over the last few weeks. I've been running a bunch do push-ups lifting voice over my head. You know just absolutely getting the in not resting one iota until I get to love it I want to be A. What are you guys doing? Well you doing exactly nothing money joking and you. Yeah because it's Wednesday looking forward to it probably the most dreaded they because that a plane later on this evening I guess you know. I'm nervous and scared 'cause on the way that we're probably going to get back to it's going to be a whole evening. Spent what Ching Family Action Channels making me more angry and end up you know fooling asleep. That's the thing happens a fan reaction channels enough the family extra channels are the best thing Full because I love how I love. How annoying the football journalists are getting channels? You know it's really putting them out. It's it's really kind of bending in those direction because we've got to put so much trust in terms of journalist and editorial content when it comes to football right right for the most part of a jury of my footballing loving life. I've had to spend my time listening to stuff. Like talks for reading a tabloid newspapers like the MIRA The sun at times the wherever. Maybe these broken garbage bloopers and having to absorb any kind of knowledge or happened Katrina Lyons when somebody's journalists have their motives inactive with some of the opinions differ reaction channels. They can be a bit. Knee jerk can be a bit reactionary accusing the name. But at least you're getting direct unfiltered opinions where people actually love the cubby suppo- or in some cases you get some general football channels. I think daily another few of the channel. which are you know? Generally give a platform for France to come on and discuss that team in a clear and logical way. Biopsies are on the table because you know what team to support based on the Jersey. Did they wear and how they shot on the camera but by and large it's fans it's made for fans by Fans I love it but you can't help but you know we have to. The team loses a few of those channels. And you have to go to bed. I find it so hard to go to sleep in. Your mind is racing little kind of opinion. You say if you are in a camera in a sense that you don't agree it just gets you. Roundup is probably the worst thing to watch going to sleep maybe next to maybe a horror movie right. It's just not the best things we're GONNA send you to Betty by by the time it's just GonNa make you so irate right you wake up in the morning when to punch your wife I mean sorry punch a wall. You're not paying so yeah man. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah do that is for another day already Menlo Oh come. Amid video actually regarded that will be available more of a podcast shopping for devils different subscribed ready. Please check out chef. Red Devils put the link below in the description because subscribe to it playlist on my youtube channel. Says you're watching Youtube. Just click the link below. They've linked to my videos. Put them separately because this podcast keep pipped separate keep it nice in specific street where Pacific coast specific musical. 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If you watch these videos on a number of Raleigh loud and stuff for the men of talent that should be read has he. He needs to invest a lot more time money and effort into his life shows. Because I think if you put that effort into his live shows same say about payback cards. I think in my opinion again. I'll give you as much as you want. But in my opinion tippy read playboy Conti Lucifer are really on another level and concern of orders kids and that kind of soundcloud kind of aesthetic take a rapid right wherever you may call it wherever femurs. They're an illegal their own trippy. Red Ziva and playboy Cardi but of the free. The one person one of those see perform live specifically is probably low and loo burster has a thing that annoys me the most about hippocratic where they always scream over vocal back. There's no there's there's no effort to try and sing songs. Live especially in a case maybe more skews because if you break down some raps going genius you can see packs of words into like into versus so maybe in my our brethren you know is caught to kind of do the whole breath control your stays running around Japan grand chopping of the scaffolding. Wording of a statement stuff but for the rest of them such as trippy read such as playboy cartoon who unified the most by survive is a melody. There's no excuse for them to be having the vocal track in the background and into screaming on top of it. You should be able to perform live and just be able to kind of enunciate. Your was properly and just kind of get the crowd hype. Because if you've seen the videos you'll see essentially is essentially trippy. Reading Playboy Contractors Heisman. Right so they basically standing on the stage jump around and just scream you know especially in in case as you know ten fifteen maybe an essay but I honestly athletic this album if he Invested a little bit of time with patients with the Acoustic Acoustic signing tracks in the first US hop on this album. That's nothing to specify to know how this album is. Because it's twenty one tracks and I wouldn't take any trek away all fucking bangers and the business amazing by this album album. I'm a lovely of you which is on here. Screener recommend go check it out. It's available on I tunes you'll streaming platforms credible. Being the first half of the album. It's pretty slow. Melodic Pretty Somber love heartbreak and Tomoe in there and then just flip the script the second half of the stock punching in the face again and again and again again that took place recently now with them production of this track. This this is prime. pierpont prime cramp and European check out. One of my favorite albums has come out of the last few weeks. I've been playing again against Jim this alongside the game album. It's just you know my hands easily. Some of the best albums have dropped few months again. Check out chippy. Read If anyone could be team is listening please invest in some kind of our live performance. Training Kirk allow him. Make even the first half of the tracks. If you just didn't Acoustic version goes tracks in the beginning of concept or something and low intermission and perform some of the tracks trek specially Laredo. One that's been caused the most controversy. That'd be amazing. Please let Cedar and just in general managers perform live of our backing track. That's why the migos really up there levels Amigos obviously by the Bucci took them to hold a different direction. Whole different audience was exposed to the migos? Pop is well. If you check out the actual live performances the migos perform live live Dashiki rap on stage not just mumbling now just shouting over an MP freed or actually wrapping live over instrumental. I would love to see Shapiro Lou. Primary Coty especially do the same thing and that would definitely take them next level. Hopefully it happens and again it will make your. It'll make you spend any money to go. See these guys much worth a moment when you go to see them place like the Jimmy like. I really wish that happens. Hopefully happens does happen very very soon anyway. Apart from that this is the thing episode number two six six I think for the most part two six seven uh-huh show which one is but you hear it when you hear it as usual I talk about mostly things concern. Extreme music is cultural that Milwaukee's podcast that Libya Faisal Review so people can to help find a chef. You're watching youtube spotlight. Bunk subscribe Lemur Common Elementary. Think of the show. So let's get into head off to work. Let's get into it right now. Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby Bop what we have here number one we got this weird pettijohn dependence on that. I want to check out right and again I'm wit. We'd only because of who is marketed to right and it's something I've kind of been trying to figure out for a while now. I've not really had the answer to it. Can someone explain to to me why it seems as if because I think some of these marketing departments as as much as people like to like you know point fingers and Haha He. He had his efforts. That you know. Probably don't hit them Gobert tone-deaf I think a lot of these marketing events. Deducting initiatives are usually driven by customer insights to go out there. They kinda scoop feels people saying judges sentiment and kind of try to reply or answer all basically deliver piece of content that speaks directly to that audience. Right right so this practice on either has cringes may be. I think it definitely does speak to the core audience of Pederson if anything it has represent the trouble that somebody's luxury higher ticket. It brands have in terms of communicating the fact that they only appeal to people. Who Have you know? A disposable income high net were wherever it may be right. Oh good jobs. Whatever may be and the one who is really really kind of really been confused about when it comes to advertising marketing especially when it comes to the monks and also tools women or towards young women what some women are like establish a career? I'd say of like nineteen and forty five. Why is it that especially with that documentary out amendment about that Italian influence a child was name again in different? Get up on the Shari was the name Desa One cheery Referring Got Cherry Faira gone. Gee I'm posted right this go so this lady here even the Scotland to style Reviewed viewer but this young lady is an Italian influence. Which I'm pretty sure you guys are aware right so Chara Ferre gene? An Italian influence is image. Would impose a fingers available on Amazon and essentially follows is Italian flows around the world. She basically influences but if you look at her story look at where she's come from essentially essentially just a rich girl dot buys fashionable popular on social media. You heard that story before is willing good the issue that I have with is I don't understand why know your average your your kind of everyday Gill. INSTAGRAM looks up to Chara. I don't get it. Why are why are female while women so quick to be fans of people who are Uber? Written clearly there only famous because their parents were able to make Butler cash and give them some money so they can pursue their life on social media. I don't care I don't see why. That's compelling compelling content similar to the kind of alleviated go right would do to the women that got charged for the college enrollment scandal thing. Why was she so popular on Youtube when she essentially the rich is it because Gills as most people are called Quad just curious to see how do you have a side live by? Does nothing reliable about it. She no she not a bills paid before they've been here account. He gets a monthly stipend in her account. That's probably more than some people salary. I don't see the draw for it. So that's one thing. I don't see why women are just incident. Folks will stuff my which goes around. And when you look at the Pendleton at it kind of answer that because for the most part is pederson at is directly aimed at best especially women who are extremely wealthy and every pedals on either. I've seen so fight against some videos. Maybe that's where people may be out L. analyze realize how apple macbooks because about not cheap items. But I WANNA MAC book for instance right and I started. I'm a millionaire yet. And people who have a high net worth also map books and they showed him up as a point of as a form of luxury. Why is it? How does how does that work? Compared to pederson. Wha Aw. Why doesn't macbooks a wider apple? Get the same level of stick. That Peleton's there's some conversation around the map Bosnian overpriced especially nowadays with the rise of Google chrome books folks and stuff and other laptop manufacturers coming out and really trying to push apple Fazei can go. It may be micro being risen from it but for the most popular tend to like not really poo Poo Apple and they advertised book. So why does it get stick whilst because Abbas like this first of all when you get up on screen. You've got a picture. The first image seen this young lady fairly fit with really cute little door in a hand in in this amazing apartment with these massive Florida seeming windows that look out into into a snowy garden. It's Christmas is slowing outside. God looks perfect. Perfect size for her daughter. Perfect size for the husband to go out and do some pull up the perfect size the wife to go out and do some yoga and kitchen counter that probably bigger than my entire kitchen right. So that's the first thing and then it goes into this whole diatribe. Dr Which is funny. The husband gives the wife bike. Oh my God Peleton bike and just behind the pets on Mike what you see. Do you see an open fire. Flame not artificial kind of the ones that you see with the screen an actual real fire with logos on it a tree in front of it within the solvent gifts different sizes different kinds of gifts. Tiffany Bracelet Tiffany ring. tiffany shoes tiffany. Bag tiffany tiffany. Tiffany all of the probably and a lovely panettone back right in front of sap and ready to go. I'm sure on bikes. Don't come assemble so the husband had to probably hire somebody from my builder or rape people on these companies companies and get them to assemble the I think all if he's handy and he's himself is literally engineer or a per designed to give himself. I ride I obviously and of course the the wife who is maybe a stay at home influence among is a big on social media even though she's recording a video in landscape mode. Let's you know. She has her own Youtube Channel and she's not recording us off sitting on this Peleton bike riding in house and riding infrastructure. Now the interesting thing about he puts on his that. I was going to feed him when I was doing something similar at home. These homework outs which I was doing. A was it called the beach body limited beach workouts workouts pink with the blackouts that he was he did. Did that work out and I remember doing at home. I for awhile number inside you know. Just you don't you. Don't we start doing stuff in an emergency start immediate especially living room. Let me start doing things that people in your in your house aren't doing everyone's going opinion about it. You know you start in a different kind of food. My Mom's side to tease me about you know whatever I was just going out the period of time so it's like questioned me about my workouts just for you know what too much is is doing the thing I was going to do in the park so I'll download. I'd rip the kind of Beach Body Workout Tum ipad laptop IPAD that time remember. I had an IPAD I borrowed from work and not go to a park and it's not doing the workouts and of course naturally will happen. You work out in the park and you've got your Pacific thing you're doing. Some while ad comes along the south asking. Oh may join go. No you can't join. What do you want us to do? Stand site aside. Aside and start doing burpee off point is like I dunno you Bro. I'm I don't even WanNa shake your hand. Let let me burpee society so that was annoying so they eventually. I stopped doing it altogether and just did what people do. I got gym membership. I wanted Jim as I've running outside and things. Well okay but I think that that kind of a home workout thing is a good primer before you head of the gym especially for me. I was a bit of a way I was. I didn't have that myself competence. So their initial weight lawson companies sadness of kind of gaining that coordination of your body. Because if you've gone from the couch to work in the gym you not holidays just to kind of get your body to coordinate right even when it comes to machines you don't know what the a hands. How do you show this looking instructions and the machine is really hard so these new home workout things like get why they were because he just to kind of get a little bit competent have a little bit more assuredness about how their body moves in from day evolving? Go onto the next step. I don't think you do this until the end. Sometimes it's why when these models with super chiseled absence stuff is quiet ridiculous ridiculous because for the most part these guys may be doing these homework. S.'s atop up. But the spending they're put the predominant workout time isn't going to be senator out of staring at screen. You looking out onto their beautiful beautiful snowy garden. That's not going to happen again. We Digress. The woman is now looking at the camera telling us off a little swam. They probably sprayed her. We've been missed that. He got from Lhasa. Something interface to make a sway and now she's going to be pounding on that bike trying to get an imprint. Okay the five days in a row I am six it totally just so weird going. The seasons have changed now. Outside is sunny this lounge chairs out. There is a guy now giving instructions because obviously summer guys are the best instruction give us and now she staring doughy. I'd into the camera all my God. This is just so hob surfing for this and it continues racing. I just don't understand and for some reason do people do this. Do people cost their own videos on the T- on a flat. TV speak to what they found was that thing is I think people do that. Die So bizarre like I would hate. Hey Tim like I am noise me. Swain air noise me when my friends put me up and tell me all what should they do on Youtube is so cringe. You get so embarrassed. I can only imagine the level of ego the level of narcissism with to be involved for a person to put their youtube video on instagram story. Up on the big screen on their TV or and then get their partner to stay out and watch them ride a back. That's right it's not that is sitting down the room they're sitting and living room watching a TV of the right there. This is bizarre beyond belief. Who who can you say how much this would change this holiday? As if you're going to be sitting there watching mommy. Just she was the best serial shows the sandwich man by doing it like great jokes put on the deadliest sooner put on the bottle simply and go make some sandwiches crime crime. Jeremy this this is insane and again this is GonNa be very popular to the female audience address on the spirit because this this doesn't speak to the white majority the women out there for the most part with willing to spend that much money on a on a stationary bike. In first place. They WANNA workouts extent at home. Have the room. I'm for it. It's just so many if maybe and again. How big is maybe support? Maybe it's a point stimulus lemming kicks or a flight club. Because they've got high ticket ticket items they can afford not to so many of them because they're so one day essentially pay for their rent right if your flight club if you sell a couple an jewel fours you're basically covered for half a year ear. Pederson if they sell five or four of these machines and again how how often you have to change Peleton bike like is it like an iphone. They suddenly go. Do they. Suddenly become obsolete when the Peleton by four point zero comes out. Oh can you just use the same when you've had for five years. I don't know if you're not using it often. You probably won't get much where I've been pre show so you can get over the air updates on. It's just a bizarre and it's a common thing you see with them with these fashion. Fitness model type influences the women's market. They seemed to appeal to everyday person. which I don't get out of this could run in guys guys watching krona being influenced so I'm thinking that they're gonna get the same physique as every day by that says I've machine and just letting them get his money give them a couple? Give him a couple of months of instagram. And keep you moving. I finished some women that actually believe if they get one of these bikes at home. They're going to suddenly turn into engineer. Lee and this is like it's a bizarre because we folded these things are not cheap right to buy a concept to row machine for my replaces realize. Oh okay cool. I'll just I'll just carry on. June chemmy is no these items are not cheap in sleight. It's yeah I just don't get him every done stand but again bigger Peleton for doing this. I think the branding thing is pretty cool that they have. This item is product that essentially. Only you know you don't need. I don't think exercise bikes even had a brand name before Peleton came around maybe the constitutes a good example. The Roma she knows that no one ever cared about branding name Peleton of a stationary bicycle and personal. It's kind of a craze hotel behind the whole scene. David Beckham is probably the most prominent ambassador pellets. He's always going to classes or spin. Classes they use personal biases spin spin bicycles Trillo. But he's always going to class second shoes in hand in New York or travels in America. So that's a good thing but for the most part fought bloody home so very very bizarre thing that these things are so popular especially with the white majority of people who on unable to afford them. You know again. Maybe that's the whole point of branding him able to kind of give people the allusion the assumption. They're GONNA be able to fool somebody quickly con- it doesn't really appeal to them in the same regard Ngoga what can you do it at regardless move on from. Ns whilst we go and listen to talk about here ooh Dr in Studio City Studios Nyc so as you are aware deal did they pre full collection twenty pre collection yesterday Older Stars came out with a listen glamour. All the influences all the details but the most striking content. The striking breaking news of the whole event was the fact that Sean Sushi came out of retirement to lend his creative mind with Kim Jones's collection with your not obviously Kim Jones Street where roofs I'm really happy about Kim. Jones is probably one of the most unapologetic street where Aficionados fans phonetics on the freshman runway seen apart from maybe June Takahashi and and maybe to a certain extent Virgil is Tom. But for the most part ever knows a soft trying to push away district way influence. The street wear influences on the runway. I'm trying to return back to tailoring as a way to a dog whistle to get all the urban people out of the scene. That's my opinion. No No Sphinx. That but that's my opinion by that Kim Jones being an Ot district. We're finding somebody s obsessive. which as much as I am being a Gimme? Five alumni is able to kind of tap in and kind of bring these stools and bring these icons of free whereas poss- back into the forefront we saw previously with What at budgeted with Futura at bringing back chose to do that? Michael Jackson's by collection graffiti and stuff and now all he's doing some capture collections with him with Nike Collaboration. They've gotten some other genes studios and now seeing Jesuit same thing by bringing a essentially bringing them socio retirement and allowing him to kind of remind people just how much of a legend years and why he simplemente as your wife was usually left the susie. Brady's he's name say A. While back ago you started up. establ- amp ratio apply a couple of shoes. One pet. I bow before that quite cool buffered most by been pretty quiet. I had the pleasure of actually speaking to them a couple of times when I was working at previous company for collaboration women to do the didn't come fruit. But that was one of my things I look back on and really kind of proud about able to reach out. Tim Get some context and was able to talk to him. And kind of explain my project at the time it just didn't work out scheduling wise a complete gentleman real top guy and somebody who essentially you know what's it's Kinda excellent his own terms and live an idyllic life surfing and eating coconuts. So let's describe the whole collection. Lotta pictures up on here. I WANNA go through and we're going to get get to the main chunk of the situation which is of course the Jordan and STU assorted Jordan the Dr Nike Jordan at one collaboration once creaming themselves over. So let's go into these details number one of the F. Jordan. Og closer look them now. uncoached expansion and the first initial of view of life seen the trump is Scott picture of them and these productions here haven't hype beast. I'M GONNA go out. Fly Out in San Fan of the callaway just not fine on. It's not for me. I'm not involved. I think by and large off in the last few seasons or the last two years. We've probably seen enough Jordan one superbly losses of lifetime. I think Nike is for falling into a trap fell into in the early two thousands until maybe about two thousand ten. Where essentially no new ideas really coming out of the Nike Lab? They were kind of worried of of maybe test in the wars new models and were instead hell hell bent on putting out retro that for the most part really hitting the mark right. Richard they put out Amex light which I will never forgive Nike. Absolutely botching retro is one of the most popular Keke runners that hadn't been released a while AMEX's and when they put them out they completely Bush to toiling on them Bosnia. Personam look nothing similar to what these look like the all the beautiful the emotional the kind of power that came from the AMEX allows completely devoid when it just messed up the upper and made that with banana for a silhouette that we know and love their Nike Establishes and never really big letdown so in that area. They just regurgitate Jordan's era where we got Jordan's coming out the woodwork. Doc and ABC's Airway. And I remember Jordan brand being a little bit dismissive of the facts. Say That only GONNA put out certain amount and of course Mexico is the most important things on the crank up. The Machine Chandler got those Jones and now we've got inundated with over the place and now the most children in one is no special anymore. The value that a journal one once had the reason why these his influence is back in the day. Some of the people ever followed. I don't give a toss about going on buying. Og making really expensive or making everybody popular now. The whole appeal is gone. Wate by Jordan Adra One from ninety days. Now just unless you just ways to do it for your own your own vanity. For the most part you can't get a similar kind of look with certain coming out every other month so full of the value the item itself so that in that case looking. I'm kind of tired of it away from disappointed disappointed. It being Kim Jones to Jones as a big Jordan WanNa Aficionado. If you've ever read interviews of his when he's talking about Hirosho Charter collection. He's always wearing a pair of Jordan once for the most part the per nike's really for the most part. Basically these close connection with the people at Nike Fraser Cook and stuff. But it's a real disappointing callaway. I think overall a bit ties in a lot of its collection would check out later by calloway design. He could have done a lot more with. It is underwhelming again. Something that I think would only sell just because of the names are attached to it and do your job now. There is some notes to the fact that is taking inspiration from the bootleg air force. One era that we see back in the day Eh. What kind of taking offensive Gucci New Baton Effendi Fabric and so on the side of the swoosh? I'm sure people are familiar with Meteo sports woes. Do the same thing in the UK and other places probably the US doing it. So there's a lot that kinda notice it but as an overall shoe I probably would've wet benefits completely y y apples ones with the saw. The Eddie on the Swisher. The fabric as this grey tail up doesn't just not a fan of looking at the pictures here initial impressions just fine of Anniston figuring looks like good obviously to Jordan The audio emblem on the side of the wings on it which is a good nor there. It's got metal a tip on the lace which Gulu detail I like the piping. Actually that's that's the thing I do like the pipeline associates quite interesting. Maybe it'd been launched St Miami Basel might make some sense during the season. My make reason why. There's maybe there's Calloway looks this way and at the piping around Swisher before that Lewis quite call by over as a collaboration elaborations got Miami on the tag on the inside and of course the IC transition saw the bottom Britain with deal so again for the flossy boys kind of do that where Jordan six inference with skinny jeans and leather jackets. Probably perfect for you. If you're the kind of person assist on lounge chairs and members only clubs or one oak and stuff and you WanNa have your feet above finesse quite criticism Respects by for a sneak ahead as a calloway on Knbr underwhelmed I think if you like this and you hate the sneakers and stuff June one. There's something wrong wrong with you. After the sneaking stuff journal one callaway is better than this personally. I would say my own humble opinion. No show from you guys agreed it into quickly. Get it up here up of the per sneakers and stuff to the one of course as a story Jordan one Antonio and Kim Jones probably ball is a lot more to that story than the what we're seeing with this now up man. I think this calloway works a lot better in my opinion personally whereas it is a Decca soit over there sneakers and stuff edgewood on one. They had a collaboration. Just just come out recent push. I'm seeing images here up here earlier this year I having dishes for foster parents Benda then what we're seeing here from deals on gap on screen this issue. Here this is Fox appeared and Deal Jio in my opinion cut away wise again but of property as interesting as the probably as an interesting as each other. By if you'RE GONNA go up a shoe I like the fact that if you look at this kind of shoe sneakers shoe Pacific Izumi of low bit Essentially seems on the edge is in the books Tom would never knew about. To- folks in the front which looks beautiful and you show. They're gonNA agent wherever the nicely and again just as an opera choice in terms of the white and gray with the pop of the readiness hop remand log orgy kind of Nike basketball shoes. That what Jordan's at a paradigm before taxes. Something's by the name of them but the kind of memory. So can I prefer decent joe once but going back to the your again to go the popping around the sutures probably the best bitter about it and again. I'm just not that inevitable could could've came across a lot harder than begin. Cool deals on it. If I'd have got dior on the wings on the side of also got Diarra in on the tip of the laces and I think we zoom in on the tongue here here. There's also a deal motif embellish all over the phone but a Tonga's that's pretty cool to check out right so that looks amazing for people but I want that kind of shoe supposedly going to be press two thousand dollars or some stuff Something like that. So you know that Bruce Ho Chunk of people could you know straight away. It's going to be price at that amount and that means the retail price is going to be extremely high now. I'm not sure why they're priced higher nauseous because they're using the fabric which is quite high cost or I'm not sure because is just the name 'cause I remember shoes cost that much that was available for retail even the Supreme Court on Trade. How much did they call? And they'll yeah that's the thing they were supreme cream those the Prima Louis Vuitton so Louis Vuitton toiling shoes right the kind of Chunky and orthopedics lovelock and train right. There are a little bit. They were soup. There was Louis Vuitton in in line trainer. So I'm not sure why. These Casa much. That's a troubling poverty but says the following year after Nike officially invaders. Juden air a EH. One of Jacob deal not have take a close look question. Shouldn't even be as part of the deal for winter. Perfection Your Age Gee. Classic Ninety Ninety Nine Five Silhouette and brings us to new heights just in time for the edge of the disqualify fan of okay. That's why they doing it then. Deals expertise and leather goods and blends them with the nikes postal ethics. Okay so dear. Lever the upper speech of one of those shades. Do Gray with nine thousand nine hundred seven painted across number panels on a remix deal jumped. Mount Wing Logo and club ended in tongue and Nike. Sudak accents love mixing mixing together different worlds different brands Jordan brand India above emblematic of absolute excellence in fields to bring them together in his special collaboration to propose something exciting and truly new. That's Kim the sisters of your men so that looks fairly coughing in that regard like enough for me. I'm not a fan of them at all. Not because I won't be able to get paid. I just think quite a bit boring so move on from Dan. We'd take the collection because that's quite interesting. I full but by Papa we some images closer to children's everyone the two pieces of two stories from hype about the same trainer. Incredible when they often Ashley even with Supreme they'll just break down. Every bit of items outweigh accessories just to get the click race hype. No no they do when it comes to getting clicks on this site. So let's get this image up here. Another headline from HIEP's urine Jordan brand. I'm very along the way to enter the one high energy now looking at them on fought. They'll do a better so if I have to take something back initial reactions. They do look a lot better with them on four per still. Oh I think they're entirely barring the hassle to really go out and get a pair. The story about the mets oversee quite unique. That Kim Jones is a big avid is an avid street. Refined Joulwan aficionado wasted previously statement. About the two brands being experts in their field enjoy together is incredible but the most interesting part is a sox precor I'm really cool. Socks at great length for highs widow visited your written in the quintessential Shushi Fund. Look those finish. The socks look really very interesting. I wonder what they're going to retail for the Kashmir social somber loud but yeah the pros actual Fisher. Pasta sauce. made the shoe local babba. Still I don't think they're worth the hassle and a bit underwhelming. The woman for all the hype that's been caused around them. So here's a Jordan brand. VP of design. Martin not said the following. Every collaboration we do starts from genuine connection and desire to expand into mention of each brand fruit creativity and design innovation. Now they always say every collaboration we news as a friendship reconnect to you about real appreciation Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But as one of the ever going to come out and say look we're just doing it for a cash. Grab he's Kim Jones. He's the head of your we're joined. Bradford dying on our feet. We never spruce up. Now what are they ever GonNa say. Never GonNa say this. I did every collaborator. Some sort of unique collaboration between two people who happened to cross is positive. The same gathering you happen to be the same is monsters. We know that for the most part mostly individuals. He's high companies have been their jobs for years maybe decades. So if you hang around for long enough when you move positions here in bed you can exchange favors from friends of friends and this was all quite nice if you have a friend. Imagine if this Martin Nutty guy is actually a May of of of Kim Jones who used to work at X.. Brand and now he's at Jordan Brandon. Suddenly now this calibration opens up again. That's quite cool because I'm racial wherever fraser. Cook handles in terms of his marketing. Marketing side is separate from Jordan brand. Probably don't intimate will probably phase Cook County Glenda good year or a good introduction of to kill can needs. He's on people to kind of give him. The stamp of approval group was the fact that go approved. The sick decided that this is a special thing is a bit bizarre. Every collaboration texts biscuit. This interview continues partnership with MS on your will offer a new look into a style of basketball. It's really and blend the high in St web of luxury fashion. I'm landbranch copying didn't try and shy away from and that's pretty cool We'll pay homage to both brands. Rich ICONOGRAPHY androids racial heritage but Sapir blender. And like. I said I'm not a big fan of. I think it's a little bit it again. No I hate also I hate the fact that it did. Release a shoot for the product shots as one of my pet peeves come to put up shots. You just leave the laces like that like you know. Let's see how she might be out in size just like put out there. Were No love or support. If I go sneaker store I wanNA see shoes laced properly I when the seat amino the laces go over under under that way up that way v-shape. I'm also WanNa see you know nice impact full squeezed. Tight like way Maki's Maki's Brownlee squeezes digital ones don't strangler that nookie the rebel begin the space and just generally make them look. How look my fee? That's it would be nice. If the actual jewel hang tag thing was real sterling silver. That would be nuts. I'm not sure if he could actually put on your chain of something that'd be crazy and had it may be the Kim Jones signature with Dior. And maybe my said the number and the serial coat of Dalby sick. That'd be sick the average. I'm not really that bothered about him. What you guys think about about that bubble? You can check out the video on Kim Jones instagram and into move onto the question snuffing pitcher over the actual collection donor. Yeah let's go to the collection because that's that's quite interesting to show the pre core. Of course she wants to she was involved in. It landed his artistic. It helped to it. This is a review from the from vogue runway quickly. Read you this review from a one Nicole Phelps kind of detail some experts sitting there front row the show and then we'll go through some people's instagram stories. And Show you behind the curtains like you actually day so here we go give. Jones Remade Dior men. Top to the the bottom in the eighteen months since his debut very true that debut collection from Kim Jones was probably one of the D. was introduction to a brand. I've seen a long time. It was so safe. It was so predictable so just a row of China but of course because he's Supreme Attala Privy gifted designer. He's prepared to shifted into to fifteen since then he just dropped heat off. The heat of the heater collection just came with the he honestly Quebec and look at this. I actually the one with the one that had the massive 'cause Insulation in the middle. It was dead it was horrible like there was a lot more glitz and Odi outside stuff made more sense. Had that big deal flower thing that everyone was standing in front of would I stop was bad national show itself. It was so terrible but somehow he absolutely up the levels. I guess. That's what happens when your expert designed to kind of come in. I think in house of like establish your code establish your motifs your teams or color Palettes and then saw build upon the liver after delivering. And that's what you have to kind of give really give credit. It's Kim Jobs I regard. He's probably the safe is in industry fashion. Now if you put him in charge of your house you give him free rein to do what you need to do from top to bottom. He will deliver. And he will make salespeople salespeople by this now with the leaks also Matthew Williams turns on the buckles stuff with a bag. That's been incredible. He actually delivers the big issue. Wearing deal. An head to toe now like especially rappers. You probably wouldn't gave it that much of a look in if love there too so definitely check those out anyway. Continue Review here. He's debut of a golden the global team with rations and with Asadabad dudes to say nothing of the Pageantry he's brought to the houses pantsuits but the most Jones Ian in development of all is the synthesis of high and low the Industry which are big appreciative. Again is only one fashion now. apothecary jumped actually flying the banner on a street wet and unashamed to say yes. My influence is coming from the street. I love that industry. Most people just kind of stay away from it tried to go back to the idea of tailoring and profession. Whatever that may mean I'm John? Valente voice is similar to between high and low CA chairman street so integral is this intermingling to his. Dr In project. That Jones rejection between the categories is old fashioned out of touch today. People by what's the best. He said in appreciative deputations. Being that Yeoman Zev superiority the sales results bed out which I'm a big fan of people just people just by what they WANNA buy now. I've been the idea that you can go into Selfridge's or w sheet market and you can completely can be convinced to buy some gin merchandising. The store is a bit. It's a bit redundant. I'm sure maybe some mashed as Mike. I'll give me for the most part the merchandising stores just it is it's mostly of artistic expression you must've just trying to you know Designed flow of store in order to kind of merchandise door to kind of Dr Sells. The Sun brand doesn't work. I don't care how many t shirts alongside of your GM Yohji Yamamoto Blazer. If I want the blaze by the teacher by the t shirts that's the way is read the cells The cells results bed out says and Jones Show in Miami beach tonight should only make them Rosa. That must have been a vibrant. Imagine good deal show. Collaboration with stacy withdrew the ones down the runway in bloody Miami. That must have been a vibe so nice and warm drinking cocktails the beach Blah Blah Blah was being so cool. Let's start with the little man of the coverage Shushi who reimagined the House Logo Ambi which is amazing right when the ship was announced a day ahead of the show. The incident lit up with anticipation. The patient Joan was was at pre pre pretense natural ability natural ability. Sorry Pizza measurability on. What is it for Chris? In Bosnia record the supreme collaborative engineer whilst live you turn on the surface assists Arangement my appear shrewd supreme. Bee Doo you for his new French label. Absolutely Authentic Jones began buying to fourteen with money saved up from a job washing dishes at a cafe and your members copying sources familiar scoring school books. Of course wielded them. And I remember thousand fessing. I did when I first got street whereas excited get actual line sheets of over ninety magazines. Have Japanese Kadena because as Sonya and like you know copying them women logo on it. We'll do the same pink. Do she's been especially if what you see now. He's somewhat of an archive of so many staple Designs that you've been able to kind of Deprez able to survive even without him at the helm now. Don't get me wrong but what the guys do now. The super strategic design team is probably incredible. But you can't deny the codes and the foundation A one I don't Came just as the following. I don't choose people just because they're famous Jones said when something becomes a clinic it has the as that is the culture coaches. I'm interested in which a big fan of his for that. There is doubtless many facts. FANS UP THEIR EGOS deceased disease. I work in ages ages. I'd be so these companies are nice six bloody omen acolytes the new Edward Alden making these factories using the same level. Ballon the French house bags. Okay that's pretty steep hasn't pounds in teaching the trademark swoosh deal Oblique logo checkered had. It's coming out on this runway. It's been up scaled said Jones. Who would know? Oh edulis are one of the things is Alexi up was he has apple to fully pairs but the famous sneakers only the beginning of the street chic blending here captures the classics. Do to style my neatly a bent one protest example two hundred six thousand six hundred hours soon bread deal has connections to Grammy area including what Jones described as a few flagship Havana. Anna Cuba he lady notes of the place by lifting the Pastel Palette Lou. Anyway so those are cool stuff. There is an Ukrainian. Volt would see because it was an okay cool. Let's see this so after collection. It's gorgeous stuff that has done with has been incredible oversee seeing some of the tops in iconography. I feel over the place on the reimagining of the logo really credible effing that your local Sushi scripting is going to sell like hotcakes. There's no denying that whatsoever so again the commercial viability of Kim Jones is incredible the fact that he said this is the first look is essentially you see susie. We're on holiday somewhere a nice a nice bag a great little previous or had a great jump over shirt underneath some really light womb shorts and of course the June Saxon of classic classic outfit will work but from the beach and in a club and maize amazing a debut from Kim Jones again. Just great were rule. I miss critic a quick scan of it again. Some great sanders. The boozy to is a good under aid them make a boost. I remember even some of the. I think it might have been the last question Alluvia. Tom Jones the one that was inspired by African Sahara. Though some incredible incredible boots from similar tones really well done again. Some great motifs on the shirt african-print inspired stuff. I like some of the. It doesn't hats and that bucket there is going to sell an absolute hotcakes. Notice going to go. World is Lou accessory field of flowers on it some the areas looking credible again accessories such as is the bags here in in front like. It's just a Mosser those little extra trinkets because I think he collects them anyway him. Being a fan of you know Hiroshi. WHO's a master of those little pouch couch? Trinkets little camera cases Cases for case a case for a cable. Everyone's everyone's got low case for. I really loved that. So they would kind of translate some of for those lights or one of his of his own will drive into the railroad greater see again some great tones and pastels so nice. Brown's Charles always colonies these child so as to public done again row. Update on that kind of Lofa Schumer which I'm a big fan of a great little scarf motif on their scoffed. Typing those those hats look really cool a big fan of again the earrings incredible as welfare. Little details see Dan. I can't just really expertly done. The shorts are good eleventh grade suiting. Massive relax fits and just in general you know this is organised so so so well this little chesapeake essentially is a coverage wisdom leaks again. Matthew Williams comes in that fabric is incredible as well that dialogue on that had happened again. I have to get that franchise is just incredible. Look how beautiful. That isn't that your logo phone with their shorts to she script. That's incredible great boost as well. That's really really well done. And again maybe a little nuts trying to pass collection with the suits will make member of the those suits with this scoffs kind of go inside and solve slipping on the outside. So maybe that's kind of carrier from last season but again just brill- putting stuff from Kim Jones Ducey and pray expertly dumb. Those hats those shoes does loafers there with your script and the top of them looks incredible. Get an update on the kind of penny of his I. I have from base with G. H. basis whether they could have and again really well done Sotheby's Nice tote bags of a coast bucket. Okay has great prints trousers show. This'll be really popular especially imagine. I beat the season or the house leads. The house is level. This stuff look uh he's made a deal for Hydro philosophy that's GonNa be very popular as well. You know all these accessories are gonNA absolute hotcakes. Some of the senators are going to be really works. Well just incredibly creative in all regards new my way look. This is probably won't strong's catching so fine again just to see what you did. I Cut Shin with deal and see ways at right now. The levels are just insane. He's he's like essentially said not one of the best one of the easiest people to book ought to get in places their head designer of the house. He's a commercial hitmen. He's able to design for the street and for the luxury clientele. That look at that look at. Alf is so gorgeous brown overcoat and massive. Nice Nice boost. How nate the great lymph? I'm not sure that fabric is even fabric is gorgeous. Webinar fabric is incredible. Piping similar kind of another kind of talk show hosts it looks like with obviously the leaks buckle on the bell and oversee the scripts on the on the bill as well the Sushi scripts bloody beautiful such a fan of everything everything on you so gorgeous. Recommend you check it out really nice collection Let's move on from there and maybe check out some of the front row images when people are at the show show you know so. It's fun to check some of that stuff out First of all we've got D instagram profile of dod themselves to see what they put up on that but he poverty poverty and you load up please who appeared dressing in there so we've got some background videos from give. It was a field on what it was about this a Texan Dior caption says the Dr Men for two thousand. Twenty show is just around the corner where not telling. We're not telling what Kim Jones was dreamed up for his collection. The copy is horrible. There's also what can collection but the vibes are potable in this intent. Bradley video set to Georgia's about the work. Let's see what is he played four and continues here. We've got a number. Let's he gave up a good a good a good fro up and you are. You made it life in it that again take your show or call here. You could fill the Miami vibe. A gleaming Rove cultism earthen caused line the streets outside the German full show. That's great to see as well again. I'm pretty sure this is a very authentic. Collaboration probably reached out to a vintage car. Dealer and God does cause for Miami Vice Shipton directly to the shows well so no no no corners caught. That's what happens when you go to a big house you just have to exploit. What are we supposed to hand? Because you won't we'll get his chance to get in touch with your own. Namesake label the amount of money. They for this. I would just look at it a front row the amount you must cost the book people to come to. Your show is insane so you know wow. In addition to play outside is the inside of the show. Here the Auditorium Auditorium. You've essentially got these two. Obviously their seats in the middle which are in the front row which is a great way to. I like the design of that show measure kind of some Odin phoebe follow Shenzhen something similar where the middle the Middle Concord software the VIP sit in the stands on the cyber assistant stance. Looks really really cool. Bay Fan on of all of that opens player Longtime Chairman Awhile then became is a real big influence. Blogger pecking today fist around. Of course David wearing these shoes Sousse looks absolutely beautiful. They Beca Matsue Looks Amazing Immaculate. You Got Kim Jones and WHO's you have? One Courtney. Assuming graph is well and of course Travis Scott Dress laws that can i. Can I say out loud without Santa Clara. I don't think he dresses pretty well I think he's he's buddies for his shape and he's frame. He doesn't do himself justice stuff he wears passing the I would say the hat hat looks pretty cool idea as well on the deal not equal do that. We're going to do the deal. The script in Diaz camp like a five panel alabi incredible and then who else we got here. We have a friend of house. Wang the friend of the House Wang Do Connie Junkie is. He's looks quota. I love the overprint with the all of those pretty cool. And then lastly we have Jay Park and gray right wearing. The suit is a little bit cooler in that regard and of course Numa the main Mandela's handsome man in the world wearing hanged outfit as well And we move on from there. WHO also we want to quickly check out before we move on? We'll have to see him. Kim and Johnson Saddam's does take up the post. Yes interesting posts on these stories. I forgot why quote go over before we head off of course number one. You've got the Image Mitch of Kim Jones himself and melanoma the main man here children with the actual postal actual front cover him hops. Bizarre by Kim Jonsman emot- looking incredible short shorts their Kim Jones wherein the skied Nike's Pitcher J Alvin Shimla dyed hair courses day above it. Another a big item on and bloody powerboat is that is that is that the one taking the guest of the actual show. Nah Don't pay his piss off people. Taking and against the soda is amazing. Popa Miami Vice fucking feeling. It came to the bus on that regard that you've got Kim Jones Franken and get an A.. Muddles yet though the Skinny Alexa happy the models is great to see as well and then of course the show itself the same tune plane. took the show tonight. Love to everybody wound Probably GonNa play or was she just doing so cool man feel so I guess pre full shows you can put them wherever you want rights. I guess is why did it remind me 'cause I'm sure you'll have a beat Princeton Miami or do they have. I don't show. Aw thrown out there but the from rose very interesting you got down you. Are you. Got My Luma with the name. Kim Need Kvas Kate. Moss He's named one. It used to be a designer as well interesting for Allen all somewhere Evans question. The next deal she can share bits. 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7/2/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 1 (6am-7am)

Boomer & Gio

49:49 min | 4 months ago

7/2/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 1 (6am-7am)

"Kim jones how the hell of you've been how are you. It's been since maybe the day after thanksgiving. Maybe did we work together this past year right. Maybe i don't remember think that's possible other than that. It's been forever. It's been a long time as well and you as well. Have you been all right. everything's great. Yeah everything's great. The mets are confounding. Because they like when you know oh a team can't hit you hear that all the time they go into a slump. They a few of their big guys. Don't get the job. The mets truly cannot hill. Not at all it's amazing and then degrom has to be perfect. And most of the times he is last night he was not gear may have is in the back of his head and you know like the road runner be able to change on a dime and go backwards to third base. I mean i understand. That's where the play was. That's asking an awful lot of a guy who actually has kinda done is part of their problem. Germany's been good. It's just it's very frustrating to watch both teams for in my opinion very different reasons. It is very frustrating to watch the new york mets. It is inconceivable to me that that team doesn't hit. It's interesting the game in and of itself because there's a lot of things from the game that were that had a lot to do with the end result. You had the star by the first inning. The three runs and the fact that they did. In the fact that riley hits that pitch outside corner mighty may slightly off the corner at one hundred miles an hour and he beautiful piece of heading takes it the other way Was like wow. You got the gram there. Then you got the lead off double and single second and third nobody out and he. That's when he starts the run which is chose degrom like he strikes out the side. I believe it's three times. It was eighteen consecutive set down and he looked like jacob degrom. Now i'm happy that they got him off the hook because no one deserves to lose that game and in terms of your may so it's funny. I said this is chris before the game starts with the triple where your may misses the tag beautiful slide. I'm not gonna. I'm not blaming him but it's interesting that game starts with him and i agree is in the back of the headman. The thing that's interesting about that last play as a couple a if the ball doesn't hit lugo because of the shift lindores right there to touch second base ending over and you go to the tenth. Be lugo can sit there and make all his gyrations after the play if he wanted gear. Made your mo- your may to go to third. How about you start pointing. Before he makes his break on the ball the help him a little bit more. Because you made the right play. Yeah i just think you're asking too much of fielder. And the greek whether the pitcher helps and i'm not blaming i'm saying goes going to sit there and have a problem with. He's wrong. your may made the right play if lugo wants him to go to third start doing that immediately. Not as he's about to throw the ball the first. I think these pitchers are under you. Know every pressure in the world to not give up anything. You're right because the offense can't hit. You're right you're absolutely right. I think there's a lot there with the matt's I don't. I'm not sure i have a lot of confidence in them watching them recently against the nationals. And now the braves and i feel like they played the braves of bunch lately. So maybe they're halfway finished with them already or you know who knows but It's not a good matchup. No they don't match up very well with the braves and the the idea. The bats go is quiet as they do is just. It's got to be highly concerning how to a team. That is is fairly easy to root for other a fun team to watch like rohatyn i i think he has a feel for the game is and then someone You know including behind the glass is gonna say well. We make some mistakes all make mistakes. Baseball managers all screw up. We just fixate on the ones we see all the time. Sure they all screw up. But i just think that rojo's if you watch his zoom calls. He usually has a reason. Usually it makes great sense. And i do think his players and it's funny to say this about a team that doesn't hit. I think you can see that. They respect him and to some degree. They take on a little bit of his personality. Which is a little bit of a bulldog when it comes to home plate umpires if you listen to s and broadcast. They always talk about that. You know that rose really gets on the guy sticks up for his guys and last night. Some of those i mean i. You know how we're not edging towards the automated strike zone. I have no idea. I don't know why some of them are long embarrassing. Really embarrassing mcgill. His last start lanta. doing that. one was all right but that one was shame. I agree. That one wasn't just you miss them. That's embarrassing that one was shameful. That was him and not to go off on this tangent. We don't need to but to your point everybody's like what are you gonna do. You need a home plate umpire. You still have them to me. It's this isn't a hard. They just make the call that there helped larry simple buzzer in the right pocket for a strike buzzer in the left pocket for ball. And he's still makes the calls and he's there for plays at the plate every other responsibility but this way you get it right you have the technology someone screws that up because in the moment he miss that will happen. That's gonna use no question. I'll make mistakes but it will be a lot less than what it is now. The other part of that is if you're not going to do that. Get the damn box off the screen. Then because all you're doing is making them look even worse now. It's interesting because there are some that make them look better when they actually call a ball on a ball just off the plate. The problem is when you throw a strike and it's a strike and they're just standing there. I come on and it does. It can change the course of game shore. So but i agree with you there when the mets have no margin for error. No now they have no march. You know dom. Smith hit what to homerun. You know you almost wish. It spread them out and saved one for for the yankees series. It's just it's confounding to watch a team that that is likable and has the best player in major league baseball. Yes but need more. No but you need more. But they have the best player in major league baseball. Who is absolutely remarkable. But it's only five days out. I know i if linda was that guy. And he's out there one hundred and sixty one hundred sixty two games. They'd be in better shape. The problem is that best player in baseball can only do it once every five days and when they don't win you gotta wait another five days for him to get out there and it's a problem. I feel bad. I really do. I feel bad for him. I love that. He loves his team. You know there are people that think he should want to get out of here because they don't win and they don't support him. He loves this team. He's not going anywhere. he's one of these guys that he's not a it's not me i guy but my god i mean at some point. He's got to go home and just like get no help and again. I'm glad eating. Get the loss last night but he does have to be perfect and he almost was you look at that second inning on. I mean it was magical is not the right word because they lost the game grandstanded. Impressive masterful masterful control of that game. The he takes control of a game like a quarterback the great. That's what i love about watching him. It is his game that was uncharacteristic in the first inning. And i think that's probably familiarity with the. I don't know how often they've seen him now. But you know the and it's in atlanta and everything else going on but Yeah they they limp into a subway series that the yankees took yesterday off. They had the rain out. That was predictable. I think given the weather report. I guess within ring because it didn't right but that's they predicted it was going to. So they took the day. I get that but you know now you wonder how the yankees go go into this series when when that's a team that has you know some fundamental flaws to it honestly including maybe a character flaw to. I mean. there's a lot to get into the. I've done it on my my weekend. Shows there obviously a lightning rod for calls on this station. That's not why i do it. They they've deserved to be talked about And criticized lately. It's mystifying to me When i know how said would he said words or whatever but the you know the way they perform the way. Some guys just aren't available to do. Essentially their jobs is amazing. So you've been around long enough and this is a question we've been going back and forth with i've done it with my brother even Guys i coach with and because all baseball fans you coaching. Yeah eleven years going to get into that. We don't now we really do when a guy so a guy like judge was not in the lineup. The other night and then lose the game because judge wasn't a lineup. But when you go up to that game and you're like where the hell izzy right. Is that a decision that is made by him is a decision made by the front office or is that a decision made by the training staff saying hey he's played a bunch of games in a row. We think it would be smart to give them a day. It would not surprise me. If it's all of the above. I will say this. It's hard for me to believe. Aaron judge walked into aaron boone office and said i know that you guys think i need a day. I wanna be out there. It's hard for me to imagine that happening in them saying no erin. So you're saying he didn't do. You wouldn't expect him to have done that. Based on the fact that he wasn't an alarm not sure it's even conceivable he did it and you know i know he had played a lot. He's played a lot of the sure. I understand that it's been hot. It's been incredibly oddly. Hot and rainforests humid basically. I understand all of that. But you know and also the way we all looked at the show. tiny start. It didn't turn out that way things that we look forward to often donut. Feels like we can't always have good things. But here's one funny thing about that. Game yankee fans probably find nothing funny about the game which i understand. I gave up on the game jerry. I don't even know what time or which rain delay like a truly don't know and didn't know until yesterday afternoon lost because i had an engagement yesterday morning where i had to get into the city and something that had nothing to do with baseball. We do here had nothing to do with that stuff. So i missed it. I figured they want. I figured they won going away. Why wouldn't you think is eight. Four i will. I fell asleep during that second rain. Delay and i should not have been up that late. But we have games and stuff like that so i get home games in a rain delay. My father's no way. They're finished in this game and if they do i think at the time. I think it was seven. Four gardner hits the home run to make it eight four that having been said i went to bed. I did not. I was not. I didn't think they were going to finish the game. I figured they were gonna call it. he's win. I turned three o'clock update on when i get in the car. And here bob buechler. And he's going into this whole thing and then he goes and then things turn like. Whoa they what they they lost. And then i got in here. And i watched the ninth inning. I was like my god. It was painful to watch. Because and i don't know if it's the spider attack. I don't know if it's the lack of the pie. Whatever these guys use but all chapman is a different pitcher and the other night you know yes. He hit a hundred a couple of times but are all this chapman when he was dominant earlier in the season was hitting one zero one one two on the gun and was blowing. The ball by guys pinpoint control his la- i give i give us a ton of credit. They put the graphic on the screen the last thirteen times. He's pitched he's been awful. And the walks are through the roof and watching him his fastball. While atop down at one hundred did was consistently at ninety six and he couldn't throw it for a strike and all i can throw that stupid breaking ball which they fatty which they hit. And that's the hit that What's his name heffer homerun could wash. And that's boy. They don't even think k. cone o.'neil john and susan. I don't even think listening back. They even contemplated the fact that that game was going to go beyond that ninth inning. Even as he's walking even walk. You really didn't get any sort of sense that they were in trouble still but boy when he falls behind thirty guy he did now. The third walk border. It was a ball but borderline pitch protocol strike. Three and a full counts. Could have those that. You want streak. Yes and and you know you're probably not going to get that all sleep right. It's not the way it should be. Yeah yeah and so. It was almost that point like guys bases loaded. Here and walsh's homer is coming up. No the i know boone didn't come out to the mound until after he gave up the home run just came out to the mound and then limpkey comes in and sets fire on the rest of the game is he was not good so no i don't i just I don't believe so. I don't think anyone will not to talk to. I can double check that. But i don't think so i thought it was. He's out there. This is our guy we're going to let him sink or swim and he just never found it and gives up the home run and owls it there was a graphic. I think it might have been on yes. Garrett cole starts have been dramatically different compared to april and may earn different. And you can't say that about the graham. No no i mean. It's so interesting. Because when i came in i was talking to lopresti in his first thought was so. Were you thinking anything first inning. Right and i said no i was in the reason for that was ground ball. That alonzo almost gets. It's not like it was a gap shot and the home run. That was hit. I thought had tremendous movement and i just thought he did a great job going with the pitch and then a little bit of concern with the leadoff double in the single but then all of a sudden he kicks it into gear so while i really didn't think that way at all last night in the first couple of innings and that hasn't been the case he's been good. I started to think health though last night for him only because he had his his season still has been really bizarre tastic but there have been no starts and stops. Where you with another player. You might say Maybe it's neck up more than neck down people who say you could obviously make that assumption again. I think the graham deserves the benefit of the doubt that there was truly something's going on. He was able to dodge anything serious may because they did pull him and maybe because of the way they did take care of him in the way he takes care of himself between starts. But i tell you there were a couple. That's went to me. The mets season was already like on its way to unwatchable. And there's not even a reason to watch anymore if you think about it. You've got. David peterson again. Macgill's been good. I'm not talking the kid you know you had a really deep starting staff. Now you've got peterson and mcgill. That are right now in that rotation and pants hurt and has not been good. Either right peterson. Yeah peter's sides. He left the game. The other side soreness or whatever it is if they lose the brom you're at the point because even stroman left at one start early early. If you lose one of these guys like what are they. Now right and god forbid it's degrom you'll at least you know what as they're trying to hang onto first place right now. At least you know every fifth day you've got the they're right but it was dic- there for a couple of starts for sure and that to me too. Goes back to what i said to you about. Judge or asked you about judge. You almost wonder what the so you go into the dugout. How you doing. I'm all right just on my shoulder a little something. Get him out exactly you know. I don't know that he's asking the come out. But it's almost like they know what they have in him and they're not gonna take any chances. Well that's why shifting a slight taking a slight shift but not a huge one. that's why when lugo came back and people were enraged that he didn't go to innings very early on either his first or second appearance back. I you're crazy you're crazy if you think they're going to stay to seth lugo. You're so good. We can leave you out here for two innings. Right on four pitches agree saying these guys are too valuable. These these pictures are like you know our investments was they've gotten big contracts yet or not their investments that teamed to protect and grow the not abused and say. Oh yeah. you're good now. They're not good. especially aver. Injuries are so prevalent ago covering the yankees and getting to know dell in baton says. i'm not. I'm not aware of anyone who wouldn't like delon. I mean he's a great great guy. I haven't talked to him in years. Obviously but you know look at him. He's a giant of a man has an enormous arm. Obviously that's someone. I would have thought he's gonna be ticketed for a years years years in the major leagues have a great career. And he's so big that he's gonna have times when he's absolutely unhittable and he's had a string of injuries. Derailed they'd have completely derailed everything for him and shutdown. He'd surgery right just a couple days ago. You know a lot of different things friendly but but in general you know. Look at that and say that's great news. No you you know he combat sure you hope so. But it's been a long road for him. Now each morning show with boomer esiason and greg nadi boomer and geo will get your subway series calls in throughout the course of the morning also christie akard from the daily news at eight on the yankees. We got mike puma at nine in the post on the mets. So it gets you covered. Plus we have got one handsome summits. His name is chris wearing look behind. Wfan team store gear. That's right where you can also get and you can also get the ball t here. You forgot about the out. The selling mug is still only another month or so. Yes jerry warm-up show mug the disaster the one with you're saying sure. I don't know about that. I do know they sold well over five hundred of them. They're mass producing them. Because it's a hot item. Hundred did yes. And two weeks. Allen jerry mugs token jerry. What does it say on the monk. What does it say. Remind me believe in yourself. Because most people let you down and then else's right the model the warm up show wait a minute wait wait. I need hit rewind a little bit hood okay. So there's there's wfan gear shirts and you can order that online. I'm sure you can show specific shirt silkair on there as well. Okay morning show afternoon show. Yeah i think it's wfan team store dot com. Is that right. That is correct. Wouldn't that would sound this great shirts so you an al decided to do a morning. We've the morning warm-up show more money the warm up show very mug. I'm sure it is ma. Yes and who decided on the sane. I submitted a bunch of sayings and clips to jess in promotions. And she picked us. Jerry jerry is known. Yeah well sort of but what it actually say. I'm sorry i believe in you because everyone else we'll let you so true and then houses right. We do the rest of the show on. Jerry's got a lot of these. What seem like morbid thoughts. But he's very much a real morbid though. That one's not that is one that you need to face and understand before you can really really go on and jerry's tamer. I agree tamer. Thought they did but it is know. Listen there are certain people in your life you can. You can count on all shaking. That mug is i might have to. I don't really need a mug. The would look great saturday morning. Mary's parfait coffee. Yeah about a bio on you. Go a nice offer all right. I would make sure i do that car. He'll kind of could but that's okay. I'm mean it's my mug on you don't say you say you don't need a mug that you have many or you're not really you don't like to drink out of a month you don't drink coffee tea occasionally but not enough not enough. Maybe you just displayed in your home. I mean well it is something. I have one hundred percent. Believe it right. Maybe i'll put it on my bookcase where the separatists figurine formerly was. I threw it away. The garden gnome. I threw it away. Well i what was this big. Yeah i mean it was very the garden gnome. I throw it away because he stole the fog machine from the mets. Not that not that. I throw it away after watching this. Mets team absolutely support each other all the time. Listen they can't hit. They can't hidden tests but is used to be able to hit so who knows but they can't head but they at least are a group that you can really see rallying around the lindores has been great in that regard. It would be nice if he got some Run-scoring hit snow too. Much seven of those in. I don't know but sprayed core with the math is at an all time high. So i'd dump cesspit s. Got to be honest. I just was like i. Just why don't has done. He doesn't represent what i believe in bad vibes. Dog does and they also have a looking at it. Some pretty cool shirts. Actually one chris's wearing is really nice. And now there's i didn't know this was available. A subway mosaic t shirt which is really cool and todd subway tile shirt so wfan teams door dot com checking out a lot of stuff and there is a warmth show shirt coming out very soon feature another jerry recco. No no no no. That's both no buzz okay. So you'll see it's coming out in the next week. So i think all right very anyway shirt that would maybe not sell that much but the weekend warriors like chris more. Jr sport breeze near donald. Jody absolutely me. I if you submitted it. I think they would do it weekend. Like they're looking for ideas weekend crew they probably sell four or five of those shirt maybe more absolutely. Let's get on. This list is amazing. I've learned something at six twenty nine in the morning. I like that. And there's i would say with all the shirts and they've hoodies. They have the mug. They've oh couple weird things to which are kind of fun. No i don't mean that direction What i mean by a summer hat which i would not have expected but need a summer hat. Yeah summer vibes. That's got the faa logo on palm trees in it. But it's like a bucket hat on your head baseball. It's cool though a couple years ago when we were at facilities and stuff for. We'll be there again this year. Thank god but i did something for the browns in house interview or something and they gave me a bucket hat. Those things are awesome sun and everything. Now it does. Say cleveland browns. I mean i. I don't worry about that if it was very nice of them. But yeah those are great really. Do help you with the sun and keep you cool. Nothing helps you with the so. You got the summer in. You got the winter. Kathy mug if i wore the bucket hat and if somehow we got that weekend fill in t shirt walking bill. I would be all that girl. Ask for nothing thank you. It's jumped at nothing. I agree you get better than that. That's right right. Christopher brought you home serve the best call so healing terms not wrong his in home services. Nyc dot com are. Let's enjoy it right. Another struggle for the met offense last night. Jacob degrom was on the hook for the loss until dom smith blasted a couple of solo homers including the game tying shot top of the ninth. But then the bottom half without the ball leaving the infield. The braves would rally against seth. Lugo be good if we had the pot up. That'd be good. Three two three bottom of the ninth bases loaded two out down the reigning national league. Mvp coming to the plate on night. Resort struck out four to eight in his career. Against louisville freddie hits the that's gary cohn on s n. y. A four to three final loaded and help himself. He threw away the ball on the topper to lead off the inning. He tries to really you know. Make a hero play. As he said later. I'll throw a bit of a big pocket. You that is though probably it could just be a mess up. Obviously but to be really really sophisticated about describing. It could be a mess up some language but it. Also these pitchers now no you know. There's just zero margin for error because they're never going to get six runs to you know to support them but even more than point. Let's not throw the ball camera guy on second base and that's that's going to be a roha thing now i mean ross is gonna have to you. Know he's going to have to rally them a little. I mean i would think the manager would do that and explain you trying to do too much He's going to hurt us. Even more doubt so that quickly put the winning run in scoring position than he's got inciarte day down. Oh to with that to me was it. And he ends up. Walking sets up the freemen at bat. Here's lugo on the final play though and his emphatic. Gesturing towards louise. Qr may at thorough strana yell at them. But you know it was pretty loud out there So in understand stuff to here and you know it's tough to you know be able to make that reaction in real time but that's just the way it goes. Luistro did admit he too was yelling from the dugout to step on third for the forest but he recognizes. It's a tough spot. It all happened so fast with the game on the line committing into make a die play so he's is not aware of where a kuna is is not where where the baseline is coming into the ball. So that's where it's just a tough reefer. Louis when commits to the ball tough break success. Unlucky yes yes. I'm like again. The ball goes through enduring. Didn't touch a second row house last night on a couple of occasions. I can't find them at the moment. But but i watched the post game. He definitely said a couple of times his player should have done something different in this spot. It's not afraid to kind of call it like we see it right which i like. I'll play it for you later. He was critical of lugo for the first throwing away. Can't do that dante. Had graham getting touched up for three runs in the first something. We're obviously not used to. Seeing including an opposite field home for austin riley so to ground comes into the dugout gesturing at james mckenna throws his glove again. That was interesting. I thought ceelo. I know him. I just so excited to see green you. I why i'm here to interact. I'm glad that you got to that though because at the time. You've kind of thought. Oh exactly under online drama here answering ken. that's what it looked like visually but not the case tip my hat to riley over there Came in. I was really frustrated. I said the james. How did he hit that so he just say you know blanket right. Yeah yeah i agree. We didn't but you're probably right. And he did. I mean it's a fastball. And you basically just flip it over the wall in right field so you can't doesn't react as if to defend themselves so clearly. What he said is true right. Yeah i don't think would get on. I don't but i think others would. That's why it was so underground like the look of it. And then he goes out in the second first and third nobody proceeds to strike out the next three ends up his outing with retiring. The final eighteen batters. He faced fourteen strikeouts. He's incredible that good at anything. Anything walk as he pitches like really something else is ends up with. No decisions of the mets drops. You two out of three to the braves. It is. It's appointment television pretty much because you don't know how long it's gonna last. Yep my dad was the to blame by the way he's a yankee fan he's like yankees are off me. I never really watched a ground. Let me throw it on. I any gives up three runs. Sure enough he figured you know what i better turn it off. So he did and he and my mom decided to watch a movie and i texted him later. I'm like you must have turned it off because he's on a roll sharon all. That's the case so met fans you can. You can blame my desk for the loss. Four out of five overall for the mets as far as the losing goes in heading into the subway series part. Once you had mets and yankees from the bronx whether pending though 'cause this forecast rain thunderstorms leave the weekend. It's not good. That's not great good rains one thing thunderstorms no and so the memorial day. We all wear nice. Because i was here cold and like two weeks before it. I started to think like memorial day weekend and week prior was gorgeous. I mean those can be listen longer shows when people are all outside all enjoying a holiday. Frankly i caught a break and now july fourth weekend shirley i think is gonna stink as well. Thunderstorms yanks wounds yesterday. Following the wednesday nights way saturday and sunday. Yeah we'll have to check you out. No one does weekends. Like i do see there. You go shirt. Does weekends like kim jones anyway. Yankees yesterday coming off the wednesday night lost to the angels. Bleary eyed. aaron boone. Back at the stadium yesterday morning like eight hours removed from the aroldis chapman meltdown. I don't think awful night is maybe doesn't do it. Justice right i mean. That's the ultimate tough gut punch As difficult a loss as you can have in the regular season and You know we we wear that just listening to him and watching him and the look on it you could tell they needed today and they got it with his rain. Out which was a little you know they. They called it early and it never could've played right yes. It didn't rain till five o'clock. It kind of backfired o'clock you wonder a little bit about that whole game. It'll what eleven thirty in the morning pretty much. He's right before Steinbrenner spoke so. Yeah it was about eleven even earlier than that so now the makeup is mid august. Which is a tough spot for. La travel wise. Because they're going to be used. We talked about this morning home on the west coast. Come here for one and then go to detroit. It's not terrible right. Oh same time zone. But they're flying all over the place for the one game. It's just the way it goes. Rest of the day was about. How steinbrenner who zoomed with the media from the teams tampa complex down there in florida. First things first justice. Brian cashman said the other day. The team struggles are not on aaron boone and his staff. Nobody's working harder than the coaches and the players. The most important thing to me always any given year is at the players. Respect the coaches believe in the coaches. And that's absolutely the case but the team isn't performing then then it's then what's going on is beyond stunning. I mean there have to be reasons for things. Yeah so to me. it comes back to the harder. I mean. I'm sure. I mean i mean the one thing i did like that. He said was how what he. What was the word he used to play here. Well he's a lot of various at one point one thing about the them not being watchable. We'll get to. I've got a million. How free throughout the course of the morning space a little bit. But the part. I wanted to touch on hereafter. He basically you know excuses. The coaching staff a little bit. Is you know eventually the players have got to start forming. And he's not going to push the panic button and start firing people as his dad might have and that was a theme yesterday. We'll get to that as well instead. He put the players on notice a little bit. Whether it's the responsibility of of inconsistent offense or bad based running etcetera that responsibility lies with the players. They're the ones on the field and he says they need to get their act together. They need to fix this problem They need to fix the problem because everyone including fan base rightfully so has had enough quite frankly It's enough which you know. I thought that was pretty good. Measure guy who's leader. Among yankee player is going to fix the i think you just hit on the issue with this team right now. Read gardner is considered the clubhouse guy. He's hitting one exactly whatever it is and i said this. When he was brought back. I believe at the end of february because i was on again the weekend scenario. He was brought back because they knew they had a of player driven jer ship. That is one hundred percent why they brought him back. It's hard to lead when you're under two hundred as a hit you're supposed to be a spot store playing more than he was supposed to pinch hitter. That's party act crossed into position when he's twenty five not at this stage of his career and i actually feel bad for him because he he has struggled all year. Long the most part other other highlights from hal session. They are blending analytics or sports science as he likes to call it with scouting and traditional player evaluation. He believes in both and he said he. Brian cashman or in lockstep on that and he is willing to go over the luxury tax thrush tax threshold to add a player who they feel can make a difference and help them get back on track and he referenced. The tanaka signing which wasn't in the middle of it was. I think his point was coming off of that. Was the two thousand thirteen season when they went into the offseason and looked at the roster. He said it felt. We weren't good enough right and they blew past the tax to give tanaka that big contract to bring. It was odd because that does not fit right. I would agree pitching matchup tonight. Jordan montgomery opposed by taiwan walker. Pregame on the fan. Six twenty five with the yankee rain out garrett cole gets pushed back to saturday where he will match up with stroman. That's a one five first pitch. And then you've got michael. King and tyler mcgill rookie sunday evening. A seven o'clock star. Clint frazier sent for tests after leaving. Wednesday's game with dizziness. There was no update on his condition. Yesterday and david peterson will miss. At least one start for the mets. right side. soreness that he came out with From my guests. That was once as game as well yet. Another injury for the met pitching staff to deal with nba. Play-offs the milwaukee bucks a win away from joining the phoenix suns in the final can burn some time now all day crossing driving into the lane to lopez one eighteen. One five thirty. Two for ted davis box radio the former net thirty three and seven boards around and doing more than hanging around helping walkie beat the one twenty three one twelve in game five so he stuck with a stepped up with janas out. We mentioned he was doubtful. He didn't play sabbath. Knee injury as detroit yard talked about. Maybe he'd get back out there. He misses the game for atlanta with the bone. Bruise foots and other hawks. Go back home facing elimination at trae. Young injury was was odd. That official. never move if you watch the replay. The official is where i have to presume. He should have been and never moved. It wasn't like somehow he was impeded. That was a very strange step very long. Yeah he took on that and they're paying for a deal unfortunately. Been some strange entrance mantra players throughout the and they're not they have not been. I mean aside from the harden one of them have been on some of them have been the whole stepping on. There's nothing you can do it. But not i mean the kyri was perfect example. Well you know. I'd imagine you guys you know. Make it into this more at some point but the nfl did find the washington. Football ten million bucks as a result of the league investigation into the team's workplace culture. And i guess. Dan snyder now is going to take over the day to day and he's going to the. What was the quote on the stadium. So yes and there was a long statement from him. I know there was a backlash from the folks that were representing the employees. Who felt that they were wrong. Didn't think it was enough pocket. Change right ten million for football team that when your time at a billionaire. Yeah what would be enough. You know and billionaire tricky spot for sure now. Many times over i mean all of the owners are that's all that's it l. Gave as a nicer. Thanks for that was not actually but thank your free shit. Nice to have you here. Today are each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg a boomer and geo terre and yes. This is on my ipad. My to party yes and i. I was not even aware of this song. No joke yes until craig did tom. Coughlin boy yes. And then. I'm like i like the song pretty good. I'd never heard of it before. And that's going back to two thousand twelve. Maybe johnson was among the players back in the day. Who used that song as walkup music. I believe his was because his little daughter lodge and there were other players to some of their was. Wasn't there one player to the whole baby shark onto guy in the nationals. Yeah harare that's right so you we've seen that for sure that's a good one now. I like that song. Yes that song no doubt. Here's jimmy and uncles. Ville with kim and jerry on the fan and cbs sports network. What's up jimmy. Jimmy egg guys just taking a straw rainy one and listening to you guys in You know i'm old school yankees guy up fifty one years old. Watch them in the seventies as a kid. You know through the whole nineties deal and all that and it's just feel teams just lacks leadership. They land intestinal fortitude. You know like nobody on the team. You know it's like there's no motivation you know and how you know. Says the coaches is doing everything. But you know. It's up to the coaches to lead to motivate a move that team off from weather. Buck you know. And i just feel like they're stuck and they like keep expecting somebody to do something and they just don't get it done and when and when they get slapped in the face like they did the other night. It just demoralized them and they don't know how to react to it but it's very frustrating as a fan you know especially when you know where the organization came from you know about defense at stuck around to watch that implosion in the ninth inning. 'cause that game had two rain delays. Yeah two of them. Okay i again. I gave up on it in part. Because i'm pretty sure i fell asleep though gave up but but i also did so in believing this is this is salt this away. This this is. I was just stunned in how they gave that up. Even if trump is bad you don't expect them to go four ones right in the ninth inning and otani was was listened. The home plate umpire did not help otani on a couple of occasions right but he was while he was he he just. That was very surprised. I've never seen him pitch. That was very surprising. Obviously that's not how it usually pitches but that was very surprising to me. I will also say this. Those home runs. He hit home. Guard like meteors. They are fun. They are literally fireworks realize how tall he was not literally fireworks but the baseball sunday right. He's a gigantic guy. And i know we get a little goofy with all this stuff. But of course we're in your hitting and that's why we're that's why we're here and that's why we're spurs fan. You're hitting balls harder than stanton. Yeah it's impressive. I'll and doing a little more for your team to buy that one to me. Isn't that is an indictment of every single person with the yankees top to bottom in regards to just bring him here or having him. Come here. The broncos player. You can't do anything about now. Right in derek's happy about that by the way through. Derek's put he played in well because the money but he. Mvp level there. He doesn't he didn't can't function heroes. An actual as baseball players. Don't understand own either. he's not thirty eight. I agree. I've said all of that. And more on my radio on the weekends jerry. I don't understand how stanton doesn't into aaron boone's office and say i'm playing defense today. You gotta put me in there. I'm not going to hear of anything else. I wanna help. I can help. I'm playing. what rayfield yeah. Because now all of a sudden a day off for judge can be d. h. Ing or sanchez has gotten hot is incredibly or anyone else or just gives them flexibility or just. How about this do your job. I couldn't agree more for paid. Go catch the ball. This is not football. It's not hockey and it's not soccer where you're running up the floor now. You want to tell me. Oh quick bursts okay fine. They're world class athletes. You give her come on. He's giving you nothing but at bats now so if you put him on the field and he gets hurt. You really haven't lost a whole lot. I understand his bat can can carry a team. I understand that. But you're really hamstrung no pun intended by his inability to do anything for you except swing a bat. Strikeout waiting to happen. It is fast. And it's one of those i mean he can get on a streak though month. There's no question he can also while you delicate one hundred percent agree. I also don't think it's a great example you know i know that that's an iro line. But that's who the yankees are going to be now. Yeah we'll pay thirty million a year thirty million a year to take you know a crack at hitting a home run every game. 'cause you're going to have four at bats as long as you're okay to play that day. That's what it is is. You're not in a nationally park at least for this season gone. And if i'm paying him that much money i want him. D. h. one hundred and sixty two games can never gonna check cashing the check. It's direct deposit. I get it. How about having some pride. I'm sorry i don't disagree. All of that is not okay and they think it's fine right now. It is over there. now it's a very strange operation. I agree here is joe and sloan kettering. Who knows kim a little bit. What's up joe. How are you. Kim jones right. Hi joe how are ya you remember me. I do remember your voice. How how you doing. I'm up here get out today. They have me up there a couple of days to some blood transfusions. They took my kidney out. You know i'm doing all right. I i miss talking to you. Working with jerry jerry recco. Who's fantastic go. That's a good man. Very nice if you say. Hey what he wakes for rutgers i do yes yes so i used to go watch them play when i was a kid. Nice very cool. I watch the yankees now. And i see what they're paying these ball players. When i was a kid i was started teen years old. I grew up yankee stadium and they cleaned the bleaches before the game. I got twelve bucks a cleaner bleaches after the game got another twelve dollars and then the game. We just hung out and Batting practice they don't hit the ball onto the bleaches. And if you didn't troll the ball and there was a coach number to franken. Okay here i think is of course. Eddie frank concetti and yell and scream. This was baseball. We grab the things. Go outside and fifty cents a piece. You know what i mean. Listen you know you get up and go over the guts. Get a couple of hot dogs. You get a hot dog and coke them for fifty cents but It's it's very nice to talk to you and I'm doing good. I'm doing all right. Just places kept me alive trees now good. I'm glad you're getting care. And it sounds like your voice is strong and it sounds like you're feeling pretty well. Let me tell you something. I told you the last time i told you i had a lot of four. Am's in new york. I mean i built myself a long time. I've been straight for seven eight years now. But i'm just saying that new york couldn't kill me and 8-ranked couldn't kill me. This can't thank kill me now. Have i have some shows this weekend and through next week so you call back anytime. Okay okay kid. Do join the subway series all right. Yeah subway chevy here. Yeah i'm gonna get called. Tv and get on a train of watch out for joe. Thanks for checking in men really keeping does that is something one more before the break. This diego and east meadow. What's up diego. Hey kim and jerry. Oh yeah good morning the eggo curious on your take because to me was. Let's be serious. Cashman has been on the helm since ninety eight. I really don't give him credit for those late nineties teams that was you know the predecessors before him and then won championships and two thousand nine. But i think it's time for a change like when you look at the people that he's brought in all the best finding year after year like he's got too much credit for the rebuilding rebuilt. Been a failure you know. They made it a couple of times to the championship series. That was about it but when you look at his history what he's done with that kind of money kevin brown jason geom- be stanton like he just like it does not work out and i think organizationally evade just need new leadership. Someone new and new philosophy like completely rebuilt from the top by funny for me diego. I'm torn on cashman. A couple of reasons. A he spends the money he's given. And i think in a lot of cases makes moves that we all like at the time. Sometimes they work out. Don't you don't know when you're bringing in giancarlo stanton that he's going to be what he is. Because you watch one dimensional buffalo pretty much the sticking around for. I love stability but i also understand. Sometimes the time is right for change. So i am completely on the fence. If you told me that the yankees were going to start over now. I don't know where you're starting over with. That would have to take a deep dive into look who's available. I don't know i'd say okay. I can see it but if you also told me listen this is the guy we have won a hell of a lot of ball games and we are season every year. I get that too is a to me. It's a really tough call to make and he'd be out you know. This may not matter yankee fans he'd be out of work for five. I agree so you know. I i do think you can question. Some of what cashman has done. I also think that somehow there player evaluation has failed him. Brian cashman kenny. Evaluate every single player. No should he be evaluating the big ones of course and i'm sure he does but somewhere along the line and the yankees love analytics somewhere along the line. They have missed on who players are. That's one reason. I love the combined. Jerry i love the combines so much and you get to meet i get to meet players on the floor of the combat. At least i have. Who knows what we're looking at in the future. But i have a and that has helped me shape my reporting in some cases of those players as they continue to be drafted and then in their nfl careers and example ryan ramczyk who got an enormous million dollars contract from the saints ryan. Ramczyk combine few years back. Do you know what the question about him was. Does he love football because he had gone to a couple of different schools including a vocational school. Not not the usual path for an nfl player. Who's going to go to college. But he had gone to. I believe he went to a college vocational school back to college. Then found his way to the saints who prob good for them about scouting projecting great job by them but the question was does he love football or is it just a good football player and that's what held him back from some team. Well clearly he's a great play. You know he's a great player in today's game. I mean when you're an offensive lineman at that level. That's a great player but yes he loved football. But you're worried about something that you should have a conversation with him about as opposed discarding it because you think that might have hase and i just feel like in player evaluation. So many are mistakes are made because of some sort of an omission finding the answer being determined to get the answer I don't know what he would have found about. Giancarlo stanton a few years back when they made that trade. I don't know but it's going to hamstring them for a decade the comp long way to go a long way to go baseball's two stats driven. The whole heartbeat thing has has passed them by yes right seven eight past it by the morning show with boomer esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo.

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Assimilating Unique Cultures in M&A

M&A Science

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Assimilating Unique Cultures in M&A

"The. Key Sam, Patel, and you're listening to emanate science. Where we talk with deal professionals and learned valuable lessons from their experience? This podcast focuses on stories strategies and what actually happened during emanate deals. Today, I'm here with Kim Jones senior HR manager at Microsoft. Kim Conducts, due Diligence Research, and completes all HR related integration activities as part of Microsoft's emanate programs. Today, we're GONNA talk about how to successfully combine unique cultures and Manet are you didn't give I'm doing. Well, thank you. excited. This is a topic that I love to talk about Joe Thank you for having me on Great Kim maybe if you just want to start off with a real brief background on yourself. been an HR for over twenty years. I, think at Microsoft for the last nine and in. Last. A little over four years focusing on mergers acquisitions and part of our team that is dedicated to that. So definitely a lot of experience trying to combine cultures and passionate of mine. So I love to be able to kind of. A good job that I get to constantly be looking at Microsoft's culture and a target culture and kind of how we can bring those together to be successful. So let's start off with the defining what company culture is. Yeah. Well, it's simple view I think it's how I look at. It's really how the people in order to believe and act and to me, Kinda shows up in company values. Purpose were cabbage. Kinda. Came Communications in decision making. So kind of how things get done. Why is important? You know I think everything kind of comes down to to me like if if you don't have. A vision and a culture that matches that then things just don't work and I think you know very lucky to be at Microsoft right now, we're. We're on cultural journey and I'm just seeing such a big difference and kind of really focusing on it and kind of an aspiring culture, and then kind of how everybody works together to kind of make that work. It's not always easy. But I think when I think about the culture of a company, it means a lot to people and I think you know it's kind of what we show up to what we show up as every day, and it's it's who you are and who you want the company to be. Identified with I mean I can tell you a little bit about kind of when I start. You know we start thinking about a company culture and we kind of become aware deal. We gather information on the company whether that's from Arlington, insight reports or other info, we can find on the web and so when. When then it comes down to kind of assessing what we would call target company culture very little bit over time i. mean in the past I. Think we really usually detailed tools and assessments, but right now we're trying to take a more fluid approach and really base it on kind of what the deal structure weather for us. It's a limited structure or like a fully. Fully integrated deal, and there's some similarities with that and you know it and then kind of how deep we go and help familiar you are with the company I. Think you know all of this done. We've tried to do this where it's fluid and kind of the deal time. 'cause there's always a deal time light right, and so the constraints of that of how. That kind of power bringing that together and seeing kind of similarities and differences. Does that kind of answer that. Yes. That falls in the next question about what's age of them in a process? You thinking you know, what can I back up for a second Kim because? I'm curious about Microsoft in general because I from a and looking on the outside in. It seems like Microsoft itself is changing their culture. It's of all the and I'm curious about your perspective as somebody that actually works at Microsoft. Yeah, you know it has been a really interesting journey I think especially with coming on. The about I guess, it's been six years now. And I think he really kind of switched it to a growth mindset and kind of being a learning culture versus a Nobel culture, and that's a really big shift. When you think about where people came from of, you know really having the being the smartest person in the room and really kind of pushing opinion versus really being willing to fail and learn from that. and. When I think about, you know how we kind of learn I. Mean I think acquisitions are huge area where we get the opportunity to kind of learn how other people are doing things and kind of how we bring that into our culture I've seen a dramatic, she's a dramatic shift as. You know when I first started at Microsoft an xbox division, you know we were able to kind of be a little bit unique culture of kind of how things done and really customer success and I think I've seen that customer obsession kind of really drive the values, of Microsoft, Avi of our culture of how we learn what our customers really want, and how do we deliver on that and how do we work together to bring that to life? Does culture really change though because. Yeah. Well. I'm curious because I feel like when we do deals a lot of times, things don't work out and we end up obviously people. Issues is one of the big factors and we ended up blaming culture and we look at it as hey, that was a mismatch of culture and that that's why the deal didn't work into story. But here we're were citing an example on a very large scale of a company that's evolve in shifted their own culture out of their internal initiatives. That's why it's it's interesting. I'm with you on. It always like what what deals failed. Typically the people we can blame it on the culture, but it's also just you know what I found. The intentions of kind of learning those similarities and differences are intended. People along of. Somewhat, the best of both you know that's very idealistic, but I do think that Microsoft has done that general. Release just two people kind of focus on the customer, and how do we come together around that and I. Think when you take that, lets you get rid of your own ego to kind of bring forward kind of the best of everything. But. Yeah, it doesn't. It's not easy, but it's also I. Think it's just more time and and being very intentional from the top down and the bottom of what where you know where to happen. The managers player all like, how do we actually line across the season policies around with dot culture as versus just having a good talk track? What what something tangible that you guys have actually done to to prompt to change? You know there's there's a few I. Think you know from when I think about Sasha gave out to the growth. which really talks about a growth mindset versus a fixed mindset, and we really have tried to align even total rewards approach and our rewards and conversations which would move to instead of like documenting kind of activity kind of impact and how people work together and rewarding people on that, and it's been a shift and it's not always perfect. But I have seen a drastic difference in the last five years of the conversations that happen with managers and employees and people being kind of open to admit what they're doing well, and where they need to improve and not being punished for that. And I, think even when I think about Microsoft win some things came up about people complaining about how they were treated the efforts that went behind that some tangible actions to address that people. was really impressive. Everything thought you on stage like admit things that he didn't do well, and I think that that's also helpful to employees to be. They don't feel like they have to be perfect. Hey, good. This did not work. No. Is that GONNA know. So how do we adjust and how we learn from what's that were released a focused on what we need to deliver for the customer and I think that's rapper of the customer obsession and really focused on that versus Microsoft telling you when you need this off or union that it's like, what are you trying to solve and what he trying to do and kind of approaching from that and that let's shift I've seen A. Subtly and drastically over the last few years and even seen it an acquisition that we've done of the feeling of. For the first started in this in this job, I. Felt like we had to convince people that this was a good place at home and even though like the packages benefits or nice, we still have the kind of convince people we innovated and we're moving forward and I've seen such a switch of people wanting to approach us at employees excited about joining Microsoft and what they can do and I. Think. That's a really great example way. Even externally, people seeing kind of how that culture ship to drilling played a role of people wanting to come to Microsoft. Here, in a few different themes, there one around open communication and being able to communicate a vision of change, being able to demonstrate some visible actions around it and I like the example about being vulnerable to accept opportunities of where things can be improved. and. I think that that. I. Think it's been super helpful of people display. Hey. Yeah. That I didn't know what I was doing there I didn't you know I messed up in. Here's what here's how we can actually kind of move forward and use that in the major I would stage of emanate process. Are You thinking about company culture? Well, I'm always thinking about it because I'm a culture geek, but I really think about it. Now, as we think about when we get to kind of what we would call strategy approval that were going to move forward with the deal or Kinda Vet, our approval to negotiate or we know that we're going to engage and get. A letter of Intent Torello, I signed. That's really for me when I start to kind of go deeper on gathering just to known information on the company. You know what we can find externally like said whether that's from. Lincoln insight reports to research on the web to you know just industry stuff that we can find until we could actually engage directly with that company. So that's to me where it starts because you can start to kind of get even a high level list of what's the same? What's different that you can start to kind of form some opinions as when you when we get to a point where we can have some defer culture conversations that you can use that to kind of work through what's reality to them to and what they're hearing, what they think about even Microsoft, at the time, you ever use glass door reviews to deter information. I don't but you know outside of what I looked personally for jobs but. I haven't used that as a source, but have you done good. I. Think That's where I get my dirt from about the inside of other companies. Workings Thinking Reminder. That to the to the research list. Yeah. I've been doing with competitors and our vendors even, but it's it's been interesting. Yeah, definitely, get sometimes the people that are unhappy glassdoor. Yeah. You get some interesting scoops the. That gives you more real information. So, how does your perspective of company Culture Differ From Corp devs perspective when you're approaching potential targets? You, know I do think in plays a role of how we think about structuring mental I. Think you know we've really To some limited immigration structures where people are on their own whether that big scale like linked in or more. Recently, we really driven some of our games growth by acquiring studios and kind of leaving them in this limited model, which means they're on their own terms and conditions. You know they're. They are able to kind of support, continue their own cultures because really. For us and what we've learned from them is like the culture drives the game and and we really want to protect and really used that to kind of foster their innovation and continued to deliver games and I think Corp Dump does take that into consideration when they're thinking about, you know how to kind of structured steeler, the negotiation. So usually when I talked to folks that. That work on the immigration side, they have a very like yourself. They've a very specific definition view of company culture, but then on the Corp Dev side, it tends to be vague. So I'm curious if there's gaps that happened there or how do you align between the folks that are more of the end of the deal and get them to start thinking more throughly about culture. I sit next to them in the hallway but. But I think we're just constantly having conversations and what are we trying to accomplish this deal? What are the deal value drivers and you know talent usually plays a role in that. So I think when we think about that, if they're coming up that talent, the value driver based on kind of when we think about the style of deal that we wanna do whether it's something that it's limited fully integrated or hybrid. You know they're aware of that and they are very aware of kind of some of the. Challenges that go into those structures and they also participate when we think about some of these culture conversations in the fully integrated when we bring the target kind of leadership team to talk about their company in their talent, really go deeper on that Corp wbz participates in it from that level too. So they kind of have it at the start feed US information. Information about kind of what they're thinking, what the leaders are thinking and how that's working in the deal structure, and then they learn more as tune negotiations from I think from the or deep dive in the culture of WHO's important. Did he really get that right on that Y.? How do we think about that as we move through the course of the deal? Assess the company's culture, well, many ways I, think Lately, it's really been outside of the research. We really liked them to bring that to life and. You know in the different structures. So it is a fully integrated. Do we have the target company come to us really talk about you know their company who they are their values and their talent that we start with that? We have them talk about their culture, and then we talk about ours and we have a conversation about kind of Surprise people or what what was unknown and I think. That's really helpful to kind of start really for me though similarities and differences that we really need to kind of work through I. also think it kind of highlights some of the things that you look at styles of if somebody's talking about their culture, but they don't really communicate out to employees start to kind of. Pick up on those things, things that you may need to dig deeper on to see like what the reality is, and then maybe some things that we need to work on with them. I think some of our limited teams on the smaller scale of I think about some of the game studios. You know we've had that pertain to kind of talk to them about. Their culture, they also through at the beginning of the deal, and at the end they talked to everybody about kind of who they are on their values, and we really try to use that as framing of engagement from our side of how do we think about when we're wanting to engage with employees whether it's communication, you know integration what's really needed what we're hearing and so that we can kind of really form of integration plans even in a limited model of what we need and what what we don't. So it's almost like an understanding of. There's your perspective hobbies, the value drivers, the deal, but then there's the drivers from that potential target company and be able to acknowledge that in sort of continue that story to really keep them engaged. You know there's some simple things that we do just highlighting. You know they say they're about this, and so we put that in a lot of decks of. How we love Parkway decks. So he put that in a lot of decks of you know, here's what they say their values are, and that we need to kind of continue to keep these mind so that the deal everybody that's working on the deal house that as framing and you know we put that into kind of hand up documents and we were constantly talking about it as Rdot needs of hate, anybody noticed anything of if you had interactions with the leadership. Leadership team with your doing technical due diligence, what's coming up whereas the resistance or what things are people really excited about it, and you know we're constantly using that to kind of even informally frame and feed our information on kind of who they are. So as we get to the point of close, we have a better idea of kind of some of the things that we wanNA approach on the integration to or that they may need support on. You know find often that you see of a target company coming into. especially if it's integrated coming into, you know big corporate company and having a boss, again can be a challenge. So you know how do we help them with that and how do we kind of help prepare even our own internal teams to be aware of that that it's not just you know they come with work. There's busy. There's timelines. You know you're kind of go. How do we also just pause to make sure that were paying attention to foster? Innovation. But kind of their challenges, something faces they kind of Bago through a lot of change. Right? They're running a company to then how a boss and running a piece of a scale. So there's lots of I. Think things that you can see these culture conversations into to kind of helps up people. I successor here. Really interesting point. Probably. GonNa. To come back visit that when again. I, I want to ask you more tactically the type of questions that you actually ask these companies to get that assessment understanding of their culture. Sure I mean we definitely have some prompting questions, but I have to say wants to kind of get to that and set up like what we WanNa do we do let it free flow a little bit because you know you can kind of have a conversation that way. But I think you know just with our goal is really to Kinda get learning and understanding that some of the questions the you know the the template questions that we have that we give them in advance or how do you describe your culture valued? If there's something on that, we find on kind of on their website or something that stands out. We asked them to tell more about that or if they've one kind of an award for you know being an employer of choice like what may like why that was important to them, and then kind of go into also leadership like how do their leaders really work together because I think that brings out like really good insights of is higher goal. Is it more kind of how do they make decisions together? And then kind of lead from there like, okay. Once you've made those decisions, have you communicated out? Have you keep the team informed? You know you have weekly meetings is verbal is written is an ad hoc like. So kind of gives us an understanding of kind of how they worked together. And, then we also ask questions about kind of the physical space like anything in kind of your physical face supports. Your culture is that you know that people have kind of palms, is it open environment? Is it more office based? No things like that? I, think have come up. That kind of talk a little bit about what they're about, and then kind of getting into why do people come for you and why did they stay? You know the kind of the standard questions and then from there really found that those lead into opportunities to kind of drill down based on kind of what comes up. This isn't a more informal process than kind of a full on. Radio. It makes sense that you lead with those questions and then just layer in the follow on questions to really. Drive the conversation. Then that's specific to to what they have. Yeah Most leaders have a lot to say about who they are. So you know. Most of them, I haven't found this hard conversation. I think when we kind of get into the specifics that helps them kind of narrow in about who they really are, and then we try to kind of also if we can get access to employ kind of validate what. So. Who are you asking these questions to typically the the leadership team and those in the tent at the time too often or having the conversation when it's still confidential. Okay. So probably like the C. Suite. Yeah. What are some of the early signs of risk or a bad fit? A great question you know I, think in more of the fluid approach for really looking for kind of those gaps, similarities, differences so that we can use it for framing and play engagement and how we bring people along, and then we kind of feed it into kind of look like are. They're going to be challenges of integration where those differences? I think you know some of Bat I haven't seen anything this point in time that I would like. Okay. Well, that's a red flag, but we do get really insight into kind of leader styles. Example, and if they say, they're transparent yet, they don't communicate out and. They haven't really brought the right people into the tent you know, and we really look to see that pattern through the due diligence process, and if so is that something that that we need to that, we can help them with or is that something that? Then if that's their style like, would we really bring them on with the role that kind of time bound? Bound things like that, or I think also We do find insights into how they describe their technology and what they think it's going to be posted immigration. So I think you know I think early signs of risk kind of a line to if that's not kind of how we're thinking about it. We know we have a lot of work to do on alignment. Gotcha, you never came across some of those just totally crazy where you felt like you're walking soon. Wolf of wall, Street, and you're like, this is not a good idea to turn around. No, fortunately, I think are processed to get to the point where I'm in conversations people embedded that out. But we have had you know difficult CEO's or you know areas where we've had delayed, spend a lot of time building trust for sure, and then we have people leave after year. So you know it's not always perfect, but I think kind of with where Microsoft is going with this culture. I, think we really been better about not saying you have to adapt to us but flirting together and figure out how good forward Gotcha. So they're risks that are overcome -able. Are some examples of those types of things that you'd identify like a here's something that we do need to consider as we continue this process I'm I'm sure a lot of these. Offer, like unlimited PTO's and millennials love those things. True. I, think you know we look at the whole picture of like from our offers is kind of when we think about total rewards, you can get baseline stuff done, but we really look at like, is this a line to kind of our vision and purpose and you know we can align it that we found. We've had more success but I think when you think about like risks of like personality styles, you know there are people that are serial entrepreneurs that they. You know if they have money that they can walk. Walk away. With with they release day and something they WanNa do and I think we're having those conversations with people, but there are times when you think you know they've brought the team along and then like they need to leave, but you have to kind of focus on the team that's attached to them. So there's all kinds I think it just depends on the situation in the personalities involved, and that's why I love these conversations. If we can build trust your this and Kinda give that stuff on the table. It makes it so much easier to work through than being surprised, and that's the last thing we want them to be surprised, and we don't want them to come and not WANNA. Be You're either right? That makes sense. So visiting that fact of front, here's leadership that has a good chance of leaving in a certain time frame after the transaction. And I think you know somewhere deep, the talent isn't quite there. Value driver you know we just have to think about is it based on kind of the company, the size of the company, what they've done or is it, and we can kind of work with them or is the talent not there, and you know we we don't like to walk away from deals, but you know already diligent processes there for a reason to determine is the tech in the talent, what the target company said it was. Do you ever since like vulnerability for multiple people leaving because lot of times if a key leader leaves then? The team around him tends to leave with, is that part of it as well? Totally, I. Think those are part of the conversations and of where we kinda focus our retention efforts and kind of intentional conversations. But it's also You know sometimes it three people up once their once their leader leaves to take on more or within Microsoft too. So it really depends on the situation and the person involved. But you know there's definitely people that don't want to They want to leave the company. Right? They don't want to be a part of it and have a boss and multiple decision makers, and you know those types of things. So that can be a challenge for sure. So once you identify these different types of risks, what's your advice for dealing with it? Well. We put together plan really based on kind of what we've been devastating kind of what the team is wanting to accomplish and what they need and whether that's you know. We're intention period for a certain period of time to make sure that we've landed the people in the product whether that's okay. We really need. To talk to that person and kind of make sure that the leaders are getting kind of coaching and training. You know there's all different types of things like that. That will put together a plan based on kind of the needs and engagement that the kind of engineering team and even our HR team that works with them moving forward, kind of how they want to handle it. So I think for us, it takes us a lot of conversations and. And time and attention to kind of put together that plan, all those different factors of what are we trying to accomplish what the issue is it solvable? You know, how do we move forward whereas leadership fit in when you do see those signs of risk and start developing their plan around there involved from the beginning I? Think you know we were constantly having conversations if you're talking about our own leadership team, the team that's kind of the. Integrated. Acquisition Coming into the probably engineering group. I mean, we're having tons of conversations about what we're seeing how they're going to handle it and kind of, and we worked through to get those close. We have integration planning and all kinds of stuff that we're having their involved all along the way because at the end of the day, they're responsible for it, and if that person becoming their employees to you know they're responsible for setting them up for success having those conversations and also you know kind of giving feedback on what's working and what's not. GONNA take ownership to overcome those challenges. Yeah. Is, different people have different on that. So that's where also our role and kind. Of HR, in general wins their engineering groups, kind of how do we help set that up what what's really needed and the support for our teams to kind of be able to kind of. You know be a good manager and good. You know person for this for this team or not, and how does that work? You mentioned that you look at your company culture as well as the target company's culture. Can you tell me more about that? Yeah, I mean I think. We've talked about Microsoft on this cultural journey and different teams, kind of come along on that journey, or you know different teams out their own team norms, how they get stuff done. So we really will look at that team to and kind of look at. Okay. Where he at within. Microsoft about this kind of where you at what's your vision? What is what are you trying to accomplish? What are all the things that you're juggling, and how are we going to kind of bring this team in also comes with work and comes with you know this pool of talent, how do we move that forward? So we you know we have the Uber Level Microsoft culture, but then really each team has their own specific culture twos. We WanNa make sure that we're understanding that so that we can speak to that the leaders can kind of tell the the individuals and the teams that are joining those what they're about and kind of how they viewed things. Really lead the daily conversations when we do employ now on kind of, but not only there, but our values, but who they are and kind of what their teams about two, that's interesting. So you really get this contrast between similarities and differences that you can put out and make open. Yeah, I think that's you know we don't. We know share that. Directly with the target. Maybe that's something that over time that would be something to think about. But what? I think about when we've done kind of culture comparisons of we got like a target company in the coming in of just even a basic chapel stuff. Kind of you know who their values of what they're about You know. Are they more kind of the startup you know? Are they trading something innovative at Microsoft have been? You know the more stablest team? What's coming in? You know we kind of create those. you know just side by side comparison, and then we really do look at the implications of integrating these cultures. You know this team may have done something here, but they haven't done it at scale. Ever kind of productized what they're doing. So how kind of help them with that or you know we a company that was more games focus, but they're coming into a different part of the business. So you know how we kind of shift that culture from being kind of. Know Gaming Industry and something else like so I think we're constantly looking at that and we use that with the leaders to say, Hey, this is what we've noticed kind of thinking about how to make this successful or where do we need to spend some more time or have conversations with the leaders? Help them bring their teams that are coming into Microsoft along. So. Well, one thing I. Think we have an. In this interview is that you actually work with quite a few of the acquisitions that is specific to the xbox Studios Division, which is Microsoft's gaming studios that produces games for their their xbox platform. Yes. I definitely a huge xbox San that came into the company, and it's been really fun to kind of be a part of. played a role in that position, the gross. So. I could be contrast a little bit about. What's unique or even challenging when you think about culture, because I would expect that the culture of a gaming studio is unique of its own when compared to just general tech companies out there and just curious on subliminal thoughts around that. Yeah. I, mean creativity is amazing of what comes out of these studios and kind of how they think about. So and the fact that they're kind of they run their own business. So let me think about like when my heart all the game studios and left. Left, unlimited there still running their own business, right they. They keep their employees, terms and conditions. We wanted to foster their culture. They keep their locations, all of that stuff and I think you know our head of studios has done a great job of kind of keeping them individual of fostering, their studio so that they can kind of continue to to really invest in their games and make them better, and you know make sure that they're aligning to the fan and you know onto our platform. But. The cultures are they are different right Each studio that we've acquired has been slightly different. So that's where I think we've just had that to kind of go in and talk to them about you know who they are and kind of how they run and figure out. Then how we align the different things that we need to do from a compliance standpoint now that they're part of. Microsoft. I. Think one thing that's come up as just an example of. Where there was a little bit of rub is you know Microsoft Frontline Trust? We have high standards and we tell our customers that you know that we we believe in this, we background of Pisa, that is that we We do background checks for all of our employees will. This is something that as we're bringing in? Decision Hires. We do that as? Offer process and giving them a new offer. Well, the studios we did this separately because they're limited immigration. But background checking for them, and then something that was part of who they were. They trusted the people that worked there and I think that just took a lot of conversations to kind of bring people along why that was important and why. Do that as part of Microsoft 'cause it can kind of really push back on their ideals of you. Know I have a good employee. What if I find something in the past I've already worked through that. Do we really need to go through this? You know we've vetted all those things. So I think that was something that based on tennis something that they're not used to doing that we had to kind of introduce that dicamba bit of angst that we had to work through. The that's interesting. What ended up happening? Do you create some flexibility there or do you really try to get them to see I? We don't have a lot of flexibility because those are promises. We make Microsoft. So I think you know we did age just communications about why we had a lot of conversations. The leaders did why this is important how it was going to work We started with the leadership team so that they could go through it and speak to it. You know with the goal of hopefully be painless and even had conversations with our global security with them. We brought it on experts just to kind of help with education but it really was kind of especially for US Bay Studios and non-negotiable for us because that's something that. You know we have to uphold and we WANNA make sure that we are honest about that. So we just took a bit to get through and some studios refine about it and lead right through it and others it just kind of hit on some ideals that we just have to really pause and listen to kind of why that was a concern for them and kind of help them understand what that meant to Microsoft. So and being a part of Microsoft out, you know the pair company. Is. There anything that affects a company's culture? People wouldn't expect to be mean by that? Like depriving people sometimes just things I would. Impact, a company's culture that you wouldn't expect to like the physical space, the colors office lay out. Yeah. I think I mean I think even like Kanye remote is that you know, does everybody have to be that certain time like? All of those things I think. Those policies and practices do kind of impact. Do they support vacations? Do they not like you know they may have a policy that have read against three weeks, but but don't take it. You know. So I, think there are certain things that that It's the ones the reality of that that definitely impacts and is a bright space like we're creative team is are things break or you know. Do. We have the technology that we need. You know if we need to kind of technical team to really need some good technology to actually do our jobs and I think some of that really does impact people. Do they have the tools and resources do their jobs? That's a good point. So there's even the specific tools are using as part of those well. You know are. Very lucky because we do have access to create tools and resources, and so I think that. You know we can't provide that and that's helpful to people, but it can be overwhelming because there's so much stuff that you can access a Microsoft versus a small company and I think that's been a hard thing to I think even with some of the limited as sharing that because it's you know unless you are kind of on Microsoft systems, you can have access to a lot of our stuff. So we're you know there's a lot of things that we're still working through how how to how to figure that out how to leverage. That for other other kind of limited integration positions, how do you minimize the fear of Falling Helm to Microsoft's culture? we just tell them. I. Need to know. You know I think. I actually think that that definitely something that just takes time and trust I. Think Conversations, we haven't and trust that you're building with the leaders and the police as you go. Is Critical and then you have to do what you say. You're GONNA do You know like we had if say that we support their culture, but yet we don't allow them to kind of continue certain things I think that that's super, helpful. One small example I have is you know we work for the company that it was mall team. There's multiple teams in different locations. We have a small team located in one location that was moving into. Microsoft Office. They kind of had their office in this home and had all these like really pull personal things and they had red couch. When I went and visited their office with them, they told me the history, they loved couch and what it means to them on my. Okay. We if we tell them that we support one and then to be successful for their culture, gotTa figure out how to remember couch. I, mean a very small example. But if we tell people that they can be who they are, and then we have limited that type of stuff or if they're an open environment with, put him in offices, things like that. I think kind of a road trust. So we're constantly looking at. You know, how do we back what we say that we want to learn from them versus And also like held to help them see kind of what they can bring to Microsoft and the career and the resources. So I, think it just takes time conversation and You know when something doesn't work like having that trust have that conversation. Pay. You said this but this is what happened Oh. Okay. Well, let's. Let's talk about that. Don't touch the red. Couch. Couch. I. It's funny 'cause. Yeah. I mean. There's so many things that are personal people that you just have to kind of be acknowledging. Great. Bad. Is something you see often. I. Think it's more concern and there is fear of the unknown because a lot of and. Don't use it, but leaders choose this. So I think you know it's uncertainty. What's in it for me? What does this really mean I loved what I was doing and now what? So I. Think you know what we try to do is just put in place time and attempted whether that's employee meetings You know leaders kind of sitting in the lunchroom to talk to people just to kind of address though than just allow the space to kind of have that don't come sations because. You know to me like if if we were required, Nelson I, have a new job, but there's a lot of kind of uncertainty I was about that hand easier for some people. Are there other big corporation formalities that companies might not be used to I? Know you gave the example of the back on checks but there anything else? There's lots of things just all of our compliance trainings and all the like we. We tried to warn people that they're going to get inundated with emails, announcements, and trainings, and just stuff that they just have had to do and That can be a little overwhelming for people and also just. The network, how to figure out kind of the network within Microsoft who you need to know to get stuff done the diffuse decision, making all the people that you have to have involved. I. Think that sometimes can feel especially for a small company coming in the their. Slow down. And I also think you know especially if they're fully integrated or even limited people come with work, which is a totally different experience at a new hire and we have some customization for that. But once they're into almost like they're new employees, but they actually have orchid deadlines versus time to kind of figure out what Microsoft's about or the resources, all those things. So you know I think that's a challenge. You don't WanNa see a dip in performance. And but and they've gone through so much for the deal. Especially, you think about at twenty twenty person company like the due diligence process is exhausting and yet there's no time usually built in too because you know the product needs to be delivered a certain amount of time or they're coming on board. So just like the downtime for kind of, I, think the suite of the target company is a challenge because you know sometimes they come in entire, which is rightly. So 'cause they've just gone through a ton of work because you have forty people doing diligence. Properly. And they have three. Yeah and you know we try to pace it. We've done a lot of stuff, but it's still it can be very overwhelming and very just, and it's motion. You know somebody's selling their business and yet like what are we going to do with how what changes? What stays the same, and so I think just that in some ways to me sometimes feels like there's a grieving process. Process for that letting go. But also like embracing the new and that's something that I. Feel like sometimes the target feel like they have to do a dime of like, okay. Finger snap. Now, you've heard Microsoft and and bring employees long, and all this stuff that we you know that just happens as part of the deal process. How do you accommodate foster the target company's culture? I think you know start learning about him and learning what's important to them, and then I think we just have those conversations about what does that mean of you know some companies do specific things say on. Friday. So it's like, okay. We need to figure out how do we continue to fund that within what what they've done so that they continue to filling out those connections especially I think initially because. Because you know over time that kind of deludes, but we've really been having a Lotta conversations to like how do we continue to foster innovation that comes with these with these leaders, these employees within the company? I. Don't think we have the perfect answer, but a lot of like great work is being done around. How do we? How do we do that I? Know there's trainings and we have like. A time that people come together from the past acquisitions from the past year to kind of talk about kind of what works for them or what they're doing or how they built their network, and you know continuing to Kinda support what they need. But I think, I, don't think that's easy at all our decisions made in, how do you keep the team in form the weekly meetings, all verbal updates? How do we keep like a target acquisition company import? Yep. Like me even when you make decisions around them as well. As. Lot We typically depending on when employs come into the tent working with the leadership team and even unemploy announced a partnership between the target company leadership, and Microsoft, and then we really gonNA feed information back to try to put it into a natural cadence of what the company's doing like. Okay. You have Thursday meetings that you do this sort of post this on your aunt website like. Information to that, and then I think as we get to integration, we've set up teams, we love teams so of like I'm working for. That company where we have different kind of categories that people could ask questions. So we can post information. We, use old-fashioned newsletters that email out with information of what they need to know. So it kind of customized to the deal, the size of the company if it's a small company. The leaders? If it's you know thousands of employees will do a lot more kind of. Communication that whether it's newsletters, our team site, things like that. Tailored. And it's definitely Taylor and I think that's kind of the job that me and my other coworkers and similar position like we get that opportunity to kind of figure out where those needs are and what people need, and how do we pay Senate permission persons in a dating. During integration? What are the non-negotiables? Integration, I think a lot of the non-negotiables Kinda come up for us what I think about it prior of. Compliance, you know, how do we set in today? What's the the regulatory environment and things like that and I think for us all he goes back to the deal drivers of what we're trying to accomplish. So I think You know we are team kind of steps out a little bit after close. So I, think you know we we kind of kick off integration. Stay engaged up to the point where then everybody's running with it. So I would say. Most of our uncuttable or prior to close figuring out. have. You ever seen anything inappropriate? You've had rain back in canal I I'm thinking about this. I haven't seen anything to the level of. Inappropriate, we've had to kind of clean up some things from a compliance standpoint. In this job, I have worked at acquisitions and other companies, and definitely have scenes some that had inappropriate kind of posters artwork on the walls on boarding gifts that they gave their teams, things like that that we really did have to influence to stop because it just border. It was on that line of of what was online at wasn't appropriate. So he did ask them to stop what's inappropriate on boarding gift. Company was giving out brass knuckles to their team. They lived in Pioneer Square. So they thought of it as a safety thing as their team and they thought it was funny. So. It was one of the things that worked as a small company and when they came into a bigger company that we we did ask them to stop and think about kind of the impact in what they were communicating that definitely is a hard conversation because it goes against kind of who they feel they are. Giving all flame throwers not that we are aware of. What challenges come up when you're combining cultures. I. Think it's when I think about companies coming in smaller companies like how do you keep them together and and kind of nurture the innovation? You know a lot of come with the get it done. Of the startup and they come into a big corporate and you know doing something that's skill, which is amazing. But do they have the you know? Is that team ready to do that at scale? You know we have a lot of. Our customer expectations are pretty high where they may have been able to kind of get by with a few things kind of how you ramp up and kind of mentality and focus that can be a challenge. I think the target CEO moving to having a buffet and then distributed dishes and. decision-making Commute Challenge. And I think I've mentioned this prayer acquisitions that come with work and product deadlines is a way different experience and new hires, and they come as a team which can be helpful, but it can also be a challenge if they're in a site that in a little bit less connected to where the other teams of just boarding, how did they get stuff done? How even order stuff? How do they? You know their laptop breaks like what do they do like? Even those things I think just the bread and butter and be a challenge if you're in an environment that doesn't have that support. So there's a lot of things. It seems like even accountability actually changes. Definitely. Yeah. So we have accountability change processes are changing. Governance is changing. That's a lot of changes and just I. Think you know even your job pages, right? Like you have a different title, you're working with more people usually. All. That can kind of change. Even some of the things that that you love to always to every day with ten people in our teams twenty, like how do we continue that? People have to. Just, be open to that and just acknowledge where it's tough and and think through kind of what they're gaining, what they're trying to accomplish. So body, they walk me through the CEO's transformation because I I thought about this I'm operating a growth company. We've been entertained with strategic offers and I've always wondered about the CEO's that do transition into a role within a large organization I'm just Kinda. Curious. Curious like what? What does that end up looking like because I seen the other side where blows up and people walk out even though they have some very high incentives and earn outs tied to the transaction they still end up walking away from large sums of money and We we see that the news often so I'm kinda curious like how do you actually make that work and Yeah. I. Definitely. Think it starts with the conversations upfront about what's the role? Like, what? What does this person come with right? What skill sets do they have? What's the role within Microsoft Because sometimes you know people are technical coming into kind of a technical role that can be a challenge I think. You know, it's it's so very based on kind of that person skillset, what they're going to be doing, and is there really a compelling role moving forward, a lot of times we have had to use come in and they're able to kind of not only land their product, but there was definitely growth path within kind of the area that they were coming into, and so they were able to take on more. I think that to them was really interesting. We have had others where. The target CEO was really the person running the business and we didn't need them anymore. So that was more of a transitional role for us because it was like, hey, we really need you. You've been great. You set the company up to get to this point. We need to help transition it in that. There's not really a defined role for you in this engineering group that's taking this product forward. So I think you know it's it's. It's very of what that looks like, but we have one situation recently where the person wasn't the CEO, but also he was a founder. But never had a Boston for never worked in a big company. So just talking to them recently like the current manager even though we prepped in Berlin, this is GonNa take time, and here's some of the challenges you'd like, wow, this is taking a lot of time to kind of help bring this person and kind of help. Coach them through like, Hey, this is You're not thinking about the decisions on mid scale. You're thinking about it on this scale, and here's some of it implications to that. The manager of the team. Here's some of the expectations of that and the time commitment that that takes. So I think In that case, it's just really taken a lot of like one on one attention from the the manager at. Microsoft. which you know they were already busy as it was too. So they had to really step back and be Lacaille, we we invested in this and we need to kind of help this person move forward, but that was A. Huge transition for this person to kind of lose the person that was running their business and their mentor to kind of then being boss leading technical team within the scale at Microsoft. So. That's one example that happened recently while. You're that they can be unique based on situation I'm I'm just trying to fathom the fact that to be part of a larger company and go from this sort of general position in an operation in mindset to you now becoming a lieutenant and AVONEX report into a bigger governing body. Yeah EXAC play it it definitely is a challenge, but some you know some of the CIA's you brought in that actually have a team that's big enough that they're still running and they have a leadership team. So I think you know some of them have experienced. That's the same, but now they just have to kind of communicate and figure out their network outward. So I think that was the challenge for that person of like, wow, I'm still running my team, but now I have to keep these other ten people informed answering that personal log. Of the. where. They can't handle. It doesn't work out. Yes. we have had people leave because of that or because they wanted to be back at They wanted to go back and start up. So they stayed till lamb, the team I. think that's again, we're it's those commitment upfront which you get from people, but sometimes the reality of what you're in it isn't what they want either. So you know we try to make that words graceful like, Hey, this isn't working figure out kind of Howie move forward. Because they're going to do something innovative again. So, it's really communicating those changes. You're right foster that relationship to because there's always the next thing that that could be a potential opportunity and. cleared. Changes all the time too. So it can be really tough for a team that comes into a specific engineering group and we changed our priorities and they get. You know it's. There under a different team, and maybe that doesn't quite recognize experiencing come from. So you know they might leave for the hour. They might go find another job within Microsoft. We have had quite a lot of success of people kind of moving into new rules. Would they over the last few years? So that's kind of exciting. What do you say to? Because we talked a lot of noise about her especially any conference and almost any white paper I've been reading. What do you say to the people that say, Hey, culture is bullshit and? You know it just over thought through, and it's just people of crying about kills not working out and blaming culture of escape go You know kind overcome with more of a director approach. I mean I think there's a lot of stuff that we can probably throw out of debt culture does drive it, but I think, I would WANNA learn more I'd actually probably ask them more questions about you know. Then why did it fail or you know what's important to them or trying to figure out kind of? Of where they're coming from because I think until you gotta get it that it's hard to kind of really see if they're willing to listen to why culture is important to the video care, they don't care. So I remember you know try to send my energy young people that are open to kind of listening and learning about how can play a role versus just dismissing. So in some of my recent interviews, I got a sense that communication and leadership. Algen nested in culture and sometimes they don't get. Get as distinguished of what that actually entails as much as they shed. So I'm curious about your view in terms of out to think through culture where communication sets, because sometimes you do have communication problems and there are things that are fixable. You can use Microsoft teams and help improve it and then there there's like actual leadership issues which you gotta be proactive about because that's just a spiraling disaster if that set off in the wrong direction. Yeah, and I went kind of plus like medications on is. Is that people aren't getting what they need or is it kind of the style? Of Communication 'cause? Yes. You have tool that you can use to kind of give out information, but is it really kind of aligning to what's happening? 'cause leader can say something they've been do something else. So that's where I think communication can go. You can community all you want. But if people aren't living that, then it doesn't matter people see that right as far people they see to it. So I think There's that piece, but then it really depends like you were asking about the leader's I got off track. We'll you just kind of looking at how communication and then even leadership fits within culture like are. Is it all bundled together? Are you starting to really assess them individually because there are some different views complexities within those components of. Culture. Definitely have their own individual pieces to it, but if you don't combine him, you know you need leaders to kind of model, demonstrate the culture and really live it or it's not valid. Right? Like I said, what they're communicating does matter of doesn't match kind of what they're saying where they're going of I mean I think such constantly say like you know our cultures aspire to were never there. Right. Here's all the things that we want to kind of demonstrate and be and. And do as Microsoft, and this is our expectations of leaders to to model that to engage employees, and you know x y and Z. but you know it's a journey is people are perfect and I. think that's where to me culture plays a role of our. You supported within that or are you kind of finger pointed demeaned and things like that, and to me? That's A. that's a culture to right whether somebody puts word around it. But how what's happening at your workplace? Culture and to me that fits into leadership communication. You know what do people do what they say they're going to do, how did they treat you? Do they encourage you to actually be honest and think about all the things that have happened of you know even from Enron somewhere blowing probably most recent example, somebody knew something was wrong. But the to me, the culture didn't allow that information to come up or if it did didn't dig down with. So, I think all of that may lake speaks to do you have a culture that you can speak and that's part of communication? Do you have a culture that you can be honest even if it's tough? is sounds like it's very qualitative to SAS that like there's no very quantitative science-based way to just assess leadership and predict the capability I think there's there's obviously there's data and tough, and you can hold all that. But to me, it Kinda comes down to what do people see it live of day to day basis, and there's training you can get leader. There's you know you can. You can speak to of how their actions impact and you can show data like people that have left but. At the end of the day, people have to believe in it. Lot Of. A lot of things to put together to get that view, you just can't give somebody a survey and say, okay, you're GonNa make a great leader for this transaction. and. You know. We do. Do like some of those like we do qualitative maters like we do survey of employees and then we. Acquired employees, and then you know ongoing at Microsoft. But we also you know the talks about like leadership and communication and all those things out. So we do have that we also have scorecards that we do with a win acquisitions and government. So. And we're using to are they hitting their targets, but also kinda check in that the state of the health of the technology, the people, all of that. So we do have conversations about it make sure back. Everybody's still aligned and there's attention and and things like that. Those kind of major brands. But you know I said, some of these other things are a little bit softer. But I think people in police see them and they can tell you whether it can place to work or not. Do, you measure your own performance with immigration process. How? People increase. It's You. Know I think Are you talking about just me personally or just in general for that position? You know both because I'm I'm curious. Is there a feedback loop that the target company comes back and says, Hey, you guys are doing crappy job, and this is why or is it kind of ushered around and it's more of a top down sort of directive brochure, but we definitely love data and feedback. So. We get conversations about what worked with them. Sometimes, it's one on one. Sometimes, it's a survey We do have a where we bring that an all in place together even for on boarding, we have meetings with the managers we check in with and. Then we we ask them like what else did you need? What? What were you surprised about what worked, and so he used that and then we're working with kind of on our side internally You know we have post-mortems or lessons learned that we talk about. You know what we learned, and how do we apply that to you know the next one. So we do have those of that. We check and we have You know tool that we can send our own internal people to get back on our our performance, and you can do that right after the people he worked with. Hey, how does come across your been working on this? What did you see? So formally, we can do that. So that's how that's kind of. Of I, what I do, and I always look at kind of our for me personally I. Look at, are the leaders still engaging with me? How are they doing? You know, what did they tell me things that I needed to know was the trust there? 'cause that's one of the things that I find really critical of thinking about my own performance was able to trust these people that we could have the the good ugly, the difficult conversations and help them along. Cool. So the feedback loop, and even assess the trust component as you move long. Some of that's more informal, but then get back through for our kind of. We call, them, connects versus reviews. Got It. So let's say I'm HR integration person getting brand new into my I immigration. What's tips? Advice? Would you give to me? How to go? I, think you know we're fortunate. We had a lot of resources, but every deal is different and I think kind of being willing to kind of figure out that puzzle and put it together and come up with solutions that fits kind of what needs to happen at aligned with. You know always keeping deal value drivers at mind. But this is a personal situation for people to kind of keeping that in mind, and then just kind of working through how what we need to do to land it. I. Think the biggest thing is being flexible because just when you think like you have a plan in place to changes. So. But, considering that more input as come in or we learn more along the way being able to kind of feed that in and being okay with that is probably the biggest vice-like. See, that's your book, right? I need that validation. You know you're welcome. Having on my dad actually. That will be next interview. We'll do a book of you. What's your favorite xbox game? I'm not a Gamer. Gamer. No. Not or we're GONNA. Love, I know it's which I, appreciate what they do and creativity, but I. Have maxed out at frogger and Pacman. Okay. Yeah. My kids actually really into Forza or what do you call it for? An. Yeah. We did the player that. They deal. MAZING. Work is fascinating. It's it's crazy to see how these gains all since I was a kid and it was like top gear. But now the just feel like you're really in the car. Sounds the technology I think I'd more fascinated of their process and how put it together actually playing but I love to watch people play, which is you know a whole business now too. So yeah, that's true. That is true. Do you guys have any platforms like that? Like the twitches or anything? It was actually. Started it. But makes her okay, our platform. Cool. Yeah. It's interesting to see that this whole other generation just wants to watch and three. and You wonder, does that make them lazy or that makes I'm just interested in watching people that are really good at it. I don't know. I. Don't I think the first. I don't WanNa spend hours learning that because they're so detailed, but I love when people can play it like. A watched them go through the whole thing like that took hours that I didn't have time to invest. Is I love the creative minds of the game, like that's been what some of my favorite parts of meeting some of the studio heads and just. Trying to get inside their creative head of how they think about things and how that translates into the game. It's fascinating. I can imagine that would be fun to actually due diligence and companies like that and just. It'd be interesting just because there's such a big emphasis on creativity and and how they embody and fuel it. Yeah. In their studio to start like to live at yeah. Fascinating interesting. So what's The craziest thing you've seen in? The craziest thing I've seen. I. Have Seen Anything So you have enough deal. I'm like, what am I done? Crazy. You even just a the nature of the deal and. what does I heard some interesting circumstances around deals and how they got done. I just Oh. Yeah, I. Think he backs Baxter that. Previous job. I mean have just to be a room and I remember walking into a room with ten people and they're looking through documents. And? I mean to me just crazy now like to think about like all the stuff in a data room but I don't know. It seems a definitely seemed like their culture mismatch is like a just as you. Learn, that culture or you're you're put into a situation where all of a sudden you're dealing with. People from Korea and Austria, and you're trying to bring those two together, which are very different cultures and all that type of stuff. So. Many crazy things like that. But nothing nothing that stands out. But now think about that or do you have an example of an extreme Culture Mitch match and just You know I think the two guys aren't really trying to handshake the right way or something like that. I think one example is At, the company I was with was purchasing crean team and they were having them onsite with a team in Australia. And even when we first started working with the cream team, we had a business cards that were square edges. Around edges and that was offensive and just how actually presenting the business cards took built leaders of back, and it was kind of like you felt like you know there's like Oh. That's you know just rude of, and it started off the meeting really awkward. Because of just that, we didn't really recognize their culture and then also. Bringing a bunch of the teams from Korea. Sit in Australia office. That was a whole different culture mismatch You know the the Korean team definitely was more communal. They would eat lunch together. You know Austra's more hierarchical, and so it was definitely an interesting office environment and getting people kind of us together and how to engage with each other. And get stuff done. So that was probably the biggest one that I lived. I. Learn a lot from trying to bridge those very distinct cultures. Yeah. And even some religious cultures that worked with Bat. That are supposed to be in a room with women or things like that, and then here our team comes that You know I'm a woman and I'm dealing with them and giving them their offers, and you know that was definitely something that wasn't part of their. Of their culture or it wasn't something that was very comfortable that we learned after the fact versus prior. So definitely reminded me of doing my cultural research in advance and learning what I can to avoid those things. Actually due to learn about a company's culture at a time to prepare yourself for those little nuances. From the cultural standpoint, like I am a club smart fan were all up You know had worked with the team in India? So like okay. Well, what some of those cultural norms that they pull out on globe smart and then can validate them with our team over there. That's true or not. So when we're sending things up at least consider those things and keep them in mind. mind. So I really tried to use that when it's a new like especially in global team that I haven't worked with. This is so interesting. I'm looking at this looksmart website. Yeah. No, it's an simple on a telephone. You could like I used to sometimes along flight I'd pronounced up. Okay. How do they think about it? Especially, if that was a little bit late and research? Can do that on the plane for websites and blogs to help you understand other other sculptures. Guess there's a religious element to it. 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Alison's Baths, Jenna's Shampoo Mystery, A Mary Katharine Ham Quiz

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

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Alison's Baths, Jenna's Shampoo Mystery, A Mary Katharine Ham Quiz

"And now live mice elation station in Burbank California. It's the plague week thirty Alison Rosen is your new best friend show tonight Alison welcomes her guess she's a journalist and CNN contributor and very much not a figment of Pudi pies imagination. It's Mary Katharine Ham. And she's a comedian who maybe live that RV life but that's not stopping her from trying Thanksgiving dinner flavored candy corn. So you don't have to. It's Jenna Kim. Jones. Tone zone is here to show us how to wear a mask and not get sick like a girl. I'm her husband Daniels Hop on board love bus and say hello to your new best friend. Alison. Rose. Round. Spree. Same. Hello my little water pies. Welcome to another exciting episode of Alison Moses Your new best friend that particular. Confusing sounding carbohydrate was sent in on Patriot on poetry on Patriots Dot Com by Lisa Larry and she suggested water pies for the carbohydrate. One of the many many perks Patriot in addition to seeing this video of our beautiful faces is that you can submit carbs and. Someone's like that's a euphemism right and she says, no. It's from a depression era cookbook or something like that during that sounds right. Everyone's nodding everyone knows about this and then someone's like and she said, she made it and then the question was, was it just a mushy mess and it wasn't it was almost like a clear custard I'm intrigued I'm GONNA say hello to my guess because this is a very very Very, very, very special episode. It is an unintentional Gal chat plus tone zone episode Oh my God. Hello. Jenny Kim Jones hello. I'm so glad to, be here. All the way over on the east coast. What's going on I? See You look freshly showered. Well you know sometimes, you don't shower till seven o'clock when you're like I guess I'm doing podcast tonight. So I should probably like you know get cleaned up. Well, that's the thing about the way we are doing podcasts in this day and age that like you I had a brief love affair with dry shampoo and I had never really used it before. And so for like two days I get it I get why everyone likes it and then. On the third, maybe the second or Third Avenue no I cannot I have to get. The can smell me I just I feel like a big ball of starch and not like in a good way Mary Katharine Ham. Your first time on the Thursday show you've been on this podcast many times. Hello my gosh it's an honor. It's like being called up to the big leagues. So. Excited to be here. Get to hang out with the people I imagine are my friends during Cova but like in realize now. Your friends I know it is it is. This is. We. Distant for so long now kind of life I know. Larry Kathryn. Hamm. Get something squared away right now for the duration of this show, are we gonNA call you Mary Catherine or are we going to call you In case fine I. Feel Okay. Slows a little better. Okay. M.. K.. When did you last shower? I feel like you're someone who's like I shower every day at seven. AM after I run a marathon no I do workout most days. But that doesn't mean I shower immediately after your everyone. This is my actually my best hair without doing my here is our a little workout and so this is a nice sweated on fluffed up situation here grass lived in yet. I had intentions of doing it and I did not. So I. I have something to say about curly versus straight hair since everyone knows I want to hear everyone knows that I have naturally curly hair which I straightened, but then recently started curling again. Sometimes we will get to that and we'll play the Gal chat drop when we do. But first we need to say hello to someone who I have in quarantine forgotten to say hello to so many times that Lisa aforementioned waterpipe submitter was like his new nickname should be forget tony which he down on this. He. Took offense to for some reason Hello Tony Hi just me and the gals today because. Today yes. Yes. We need to know about your hair we need to know so much. Let me just reiterate the Patriots things. So then I can move on. Slash Alison Roseanne. All sorts of fun. Stuff it. My Patriots really picking up guys at this point. I'm doing three to four bonus episodes a month, which is like. ooh Oh. It's essentially weekly. I did a bonus episode Jenny Jones just a few weeks ago. New video that was real. Right because that. Santa Backdrop. That was gene Burns Yoga. Yeah. Me Feel probably also have dropped but. Video and audio just recorded with dust and goot. Someone from early early early days. And then I think this week it's GonNa be Daniel on me because I've got bald Brian is my Monday show guest and I I need to catch up with Daniel here how he feels about beans and stuff so I think he'll be a patriot gassed. I'm just saying and this video with the Gals Tony and I. Or just maybe I should say the gals and I yeah, all those gals. All of US gals pay comes out and you can now sign up for an annual membership and there's a savings with that. You get ten percent savings. If you do an annual membership, lots of people have been signing up it's okay moving on from the. Hartselle. Let's talk hair. With the GALS. Do it. Cat. Naturally, curly hair. Straightening it for years. And then recently I started using one of those Rod. Curling iron things that doesn't have the clip I. It was one recommended to me by Rene covert whose voice we just heard on. That's quite a deal and I was like Oh you know when I I thought I, thought I don't like this and then I'm like, oh no, I do like this and maybe this is my new look when you quarantine look but here's in today I'm straight by the way but here's the thing I've discovered and it reminded me I never I never forget that that's always top of mind. No what I had forgotten was if you wear your hair straight, you can go a few days with curls I feel like day to. They always look smushed and weird and like a little bit on fresh and stringy would anyone regardless of your hair texture like away in. A lot of lot of contempt of faces. I had curly hair Occasionally, my hair is a wavy thing here in Georgia but. I. Really. I can't say but I have never I I will I. Don't think I've seen your hair curly. Curly. You haven't I don't do. So I've known you for ten years. I. Don't think I've ever seen your hair curly. Yeah. He didn't even though you'd only see eve only seen it in photos and by the way. Yeah. Whenever I post a photo I get all. Of the old curly hair, I get a lot of like Oh my God you have to let your hair. I feel like instagram is. That's instagram culture where you can post the most heinous photo. He be like Beautiful Oh, my God you're. I just what I needed. Yes I know that feeling because. The few times I posted brown hair. It's like you know you really should just go back to your natural color. It's so beautiful. It's this man the other like, but I don't even know who that person is. WHY CAN'T You okay. So I'm sitting here with my artificial hair, you're sitting there with your artificial hair we're able of posers we're fakers and say. Is this the real you it is but I don't think you're fakers I think I'm I'm just lazy. I cannot maintain. You will notice a theme in my hair care I being that sometimes I just don't wash it because I can do. This. I. Am blessed with Wavy Hair so It can go different directions. It's it's sort of a grab bag I, wear it wet on top of my head at night, and then I take it down and we see what we have. General League for you, my styling, and then I can't. Do Color and continue it because I know I can't even do my nails and keep them. Nice. So I know I won't keep up with color so I don't do it. But in my experience I, do wavy because it does last longer for me than straight I gave Dale a real blowout would last a little longer but when I actually curl it The curls change but they tend to hang around for a couple of days they persist. You don't wake up feeling like. They're smushed and weird like string looking. Maybe. It's the wave, but I just I can brush them in and they sort of new thing. Also, that today instagram but I do really like your natural. Sunshine I need in my life. See what I'm saying it's lustrous. Did you just throw like six fire Emojis at me? I did. Maybe maybe that's the thing you have to brush it out. I guess because I always. I feel like sometimes when I brush out my curly hair, I, feel like I look like like now I have like a my pretty Pony Maine and I don't mean that in a good way even though that sounds like a good tone zone. Hi, Tony Tony Yes. Thoughts well as a as a Gal. I what am I? My thoughts I'd. Look I have short hair I got I got a haircut last week about that. How was that? You know it's it's. Weird but kind of not weird at the same time. It was indoors but like they hardly anyone was in there, they take your temperature when you go in. You wear masks the whole time they wear masks the whole time. and there's like the moment when they go around your ear, you take take it off your ears but then hold it still on your face. Yeah. Yeah. It'd been like three months or something for me. This is my second covert haircut now. I find that having. Under normal noncovic circumstances getting a haircut. There's always that awkward moment where the blow dryers going but they're trying to have a conversation with you and you can't really here. So you're like really relying on I am looking in the mirror and watching their mouth. How was there any conversing happening? With really more than I mean there was no blow drying for me so. That wasn't an issue but yeah, it was actually a kind of chatty haircut more more than I normally go for and it was actually. Totally Fine I. Normally kind of hate it maybe it's just the loneliness of covid. I was welcoming any conversation. But yeah, it wasn't where the topics. Mean covid and places places closing and hoping certain other places will be able to stay open. Yeah. Just back from stuff right? Well, it looks good. Thanks. I will say, Oh, I, should I did overtone my hair a couple times during who it got the bug and was like, let me put that whatever the color conditioner is very temporary. And my hair is just you'll feel this. Here's just too dark like it doesn't do anything. It's no fun. underwhelming when you're done. The way when is color conditioner? There's so many. Products I. Don't know what they are. It's for people like me who don't really want to do the thing. So you. The or a couple days So I try to blue color. Sort of darker closer to black, and then I, try to pink color which just did essentially nothing else look girls to my daughter's. Light in the Sun can you see it? Yeah. That's the problem with having dark hair is that you really can't do anything fun with it unless it's like a spray on color, you gotta go all the way I feel like we should just. Go go all the we should just do jenness color. Yeah, it takes forever. It took me a long like a few years to get this light is my here is pretty much Mk's color. And The first time as kind of Orangey and then progressively got more and more blonde now if I go back. Sure there's ever. Ever get blonde again. So there's a lot of fear there out of fear lot of emotional baggage, lot of unknowns. How does how feel about the fact that he's never known you with your natural color? Does he have anything to say because I feel like Daniel like peppers these little comments around and I'm just like, no no. Thank you with your suggestions that I should have curly hair or lighter hair or whatever you're doing. I, don't it. You know I do feel. He's never mentioned it I don't think he cares much but he's always like I think at one point I said like shish go to Brown and he was like I don't care whatever you know just Nice Al and. But I do feel a little bit like I've betrayed my kids because. Like like I feel like, I have like a secret that they don't know about because I don't think I've shown my daughters. My real hair color and they'll notice my roots and the but like. It doesn't I don't know if it's registered that like that's when my hair supposed to look like you're living ally. Yes. Someday I'll talent. Someday figure out Santa Low. figure out my hair figure and all that stuff and I'll just have to be honest my daughters have betrayed me. Golden haired their hair is I. Know it's It's the most beautiful thing. It's unbelievable suit and gold is. They walk around and I'm just like how did this come from but it's Whatever I thought, my youngest was going to be my dark haired Kitten shoe trade me to the other way. It's crazy. Yes. My youngest is Blonde Blonde Elliott has like Light Brown Sandy Blond and Owen is blonde. So. Weird. I. Know S Jinx. One more. Gal chatty question, and then we're moving on to some other stuff but. And this is very gouge chat so much that we got to hear it again. How many bottles of shampoo do you have going on in your shower at any one time because I have currently six Ooh and I realized this is like one of those things where were you like shake off the myths that you've been? Indoctrinated with I realized I have this idea that you gotta switch up to. Keep your hair on its toes. I don't know what I'm doing but I just have this idea that like if you stick with one, then you start to experience like shampoo fatigue or something I think it comes from Neutrogena used to run ads in in the magazines I read, which was like sassy seventeen ym teen saying that you gotta periodically use Neutrogena to like reset your hair. I don't think that makes sense either I don't know if it was like a clarifying thing to remove residue or the build up. So periodically I was I would do that. Then I still like today I use it a different one just. To keep my hair guessing. And Real You're like playing games with your hair. That's right. Rules Netflix, with my hair. Really win three or four, but here's my problem is i. Don't think I've ever you shampoo and conditioner correctly like. I've always used way too much conditioner and I have a hairstylist. Now he's very honest with me a very blunt. So. Personally everyone right. But he tells me when I'm wrong and he's When I first started getting my hair done with him. He was disgusted with my choice of Shampoo Schnur and now you buy the expensive like nicer stuff 'cause I, have noticed the difference in my hair but I overuse the conditioner because he's always like you should. Like I always run out of conditioner well, before the Shampoo. So I don't know if I'm not washing my hair well enough or I'm over conditioning. So I have multiple shampoos but it's only because. When I run out of or when I ran out of one conditioner I'll tell my hairstylist and he'll say, well, this time you need. Extra triple moisturizer. Miss Time. I wanted to get the one that's just for blonde hair or this time I want you to get damaged extreme your hair's disaster whatever I think that's what it's called your hairs of disaster. Shampoo and I'll just buy whatever he tells me because I listen. And That's what I have. Multiple Shampoos 'cause I always run out of conditioner I, and then I still by this set. You know which one was. He disgusted by was it your Kirkland. Because I remember that used to be your go-to right That was so mad at me Kirkland I used forever, and then for a while I was just using Laurie Allen 'cause Amazon would just send it to me. It was so easy and then I got a stern talking to and I have never gone back. I view I use some. Drugstore Bran is that what it is is that is that his problem with those or is it some specific ingredient or some? Well I think because my hair is so processed that the drug store steph just doesn't do it just masks the problems right? It just puts. Gunk on it. that. You Need Neutrogena. Needs to reset weight, and so what brands did is he steering you toward? It's a giant bottle that I buy Swan I can't remember what it's called. Not redken I think it's different one Ola plex. Maybe I use that for a while but it's a different one right now I can't remember but I, do like it on my hair is done significantly better. But I you're going to have to tax the name of it to every single listener of this show. Take. Thanks to you. Okay. m. k. what about you so building on a seem. You. Yours is called. What was yours? Your hair's disaster wine is called whatever my husband buys. How Yeah I have never been. Particular about that. I. Will say before. Events or if I feel like my hair has been styled more than usual. I will do an old plex for a little while in there. And we'll see my husband buys nicer stuff than I do. So it's like that that helps them a cheeks I'm Kirkland, all the way drugstore he buys slightly Ni- nicer stuff. So there's that but yes, I do have to infuse little old pucks every now and then into my routine because the cell regeneration ain't what it used to be over here and He all plex conditioner, the number five. Yes. I only know of all because I saw stylus posting about it, and so then I looked it up and then I got it on Amazon and I do use it sometimes it's different for me. I also have tried the Moroccan. Yes. Rocking oil. Well I. St- What am I what is my main go right now? I. Sometimes, I use pros, which was a sponsor I like their shampoo. I use it's called Nigel or mill bond or something it's Japanese. And it's I like that one and then I. Generally your guy would really have problem with me but I haven't used it in a while, but clairol or essences smells so good. That's the one where you have. or You. Right I know it smells so good that was like the shampoo of our dreams when I was in high school like everybody used that one and smell. Yeah. You know what else smells really well, I haven't seen it in years but smelling it in the locker room when I was young I was like I want to I want that hair finesse finesse smell so good. I wonder if it's still does and there's also an Vino, one that I like tone zone shampoo. s I the multiple things on this I. First of all. Don't really wash my hair very often at all. I. Feel like not that uncommon I feel like there's guys rents are used soap or something feel. Yeah. I feel like some people you tell that I tell that to and. Stay. What you said and then other people are like what that's disgusting. But like no one is I've straight up asked like ex girlfriends and stuff like do you notice my hair smelling battery? No one ever has. It it just. When. You break up with them and then you contact them. That's so weird. Yeah Texan. Away. But when I wash it to make very short right now. But like when I wash, it gets it to like puffy after I wash it I don't like that and mobile look after the wash and In aside from getting I, get kind of a dry scalp often. So because of that, I've been using the tea tree special shampoo that was recommended. And HR is healing. You GotTa let it get that. Sweating their wilder. I guess. So yeah, that was recommended to me. So I use that every now and then and that's about it I think that's all that's in my shower but Yeah I don't know I'm sticking with this method because. I'm forty two now and I still have all my hair. And I remember my dad having a big bald spot. Way before this age. So I'm just glad that it's it's here. Still I need a full on serial podcast about genesis ratio of shampoo and conditioner 'cause I have never heard of such a thing. We need to we need an eight part series about this I. We do because something's wrong with me and I always had a conditioner I think. Is it. Am I doing it wrong I think I am. Well. Yeah. I'm a I'm a maniac. You guys maniac. We're his very conditioned. We know that. To a fault I, mean how? Let's dig into this? How much shampoo are you using like in a coin size amount? Oh, an a nickel quarter maybe okay. Maybe the problem is you're not using enough shampoo but I land there and I get the scrub I get all around. y'All often, how often are you washing your hair? Not Very often I will say I condition more than I want. I don't know if you can get episodes out of this. solve. A story that's agree with tongue zone on the don't wash your hair every time because then your hairs to clean there is there is a to clean hair situation where inches a big ball. I feel that way too, and in the summertime I don't blow dry my hair hardly ever because it's Georgia and it's hot and sticky, and why am I bothering? So I will not wash my hair I will condition it. And then I will rinse it. But the conditioner like ways down, and then I kinda get that wavy look at it air dries but if I wash it and condition it, then it's like to poofy it's just a big poof ball in the humidity. There's this. Okay. Yeah. In the south it is it's a whole thing I might here could not withstand that though it would. Just. Flatten Iffy matted like how many times? How many times? I don't know if you can quantify it like this. How often is it that you just condition you don't wash. Don't know I mean it's just a real crapshoot else I mean I really really hurting This is why you're going to through conditioner faster. There are days. When I don I mean there are weeks when I don't wash my hair for five days we don't know but your conditioning in there no, that's like. A dirty mop head thing going on up here. I. I'm it makes no sense. Valor makes no sense and I got showers and. I- shower because I stink and I can't shower but I will get an I will do a thirty second shower possible like I. Don't like getting in the shower if it's real pain in the butt so I will like in Rinse as fast as I can soaps open all the important places in. Then I'm out really is I can't stand it. I have to do this every day. That's how I feel much. That's how I feel but once I'm in. I'm in and sometimes yes sometimes I waited so long to get in that I don't have the time to really like luxury eight are just hang out under the hot water however. SEMANTICS and men all sort of. Like be hanging out in there just like. And then. I remember wait a minute. This was supposed to be a fast one. I never once I'm in never like wrap it up, gotTa get out I always just want to stay in and I think why did why was it so hard for me to get in but it really is always. I never pop up and get in the shower right away like unless it's one of those days where I set my alarm for six because I have to be somewhere seven or something, which is no showering is a pain I don't enjoy it. See an owl is the opposite and he thinks I'm crazy. He's like you get in and out so fast. I can't even believe that you're actually showered Ouseley I want to get in the shower and I wanna be in there until the water bothers me. And we're just complete opposites. I can't do it. I can't linger I got a I don't like being wet I. Don't like the whole thing like a dog or cat cats don't like being wet right They lose track of time in there. So I intend to be fast and it doesn't go that way. If I don't wash my hair I'm in and out quickly that I think it's I the time what happens with the hair washing somewhere in there. So I'm pretty. I'm not. I'm middle middle of the road. My husband likes to take bath, which is funny thing that's that's our disconnect. I'm like. Well, enjoy that Hun. How. Does he like set the mood? The candle he gods the whole picture. Hud Mired is like the manly man that ever manned hey no. Sorry except for Tony. Honor except for Honorary Gal Tony I mean is neck and neck is it that he is so manly that he feels very free to do enjoy such a thing. I'm asking the two go together. He's very, he's not he's not secret. He enjoys bath it doesn't hide it. It's He enjoys Baz as much as we do in theory like I always think it's GonNa be fun in. That wasn't very relaxing I have and I have talked about this and I have written about this. It'll probably be on my tombstone I have tried to enjoy baths so many times especially because my sister is like. The queen of baths aside from your husband. K.. She loves lush products. She's all about like she has feelings about different people's bathtubs. She scores somewhere and sees a great big bathtub. She definitely hasn't been to say about it. And in my old apartment, I had a big bathtub that she coveted that bath experience and I took one bath in there probably in the whole time os their. I keep trying I. Want I want to experience this bath splendor but I get in. And then I get bored and then I think now what and then I get out and then I think once again, just like when I keep trying to figure out if I can tolerate cucumbers and I, just every time I like Oh. Yeah. I don't like them I don't pass cucumbers end of story. I can't do it zero weird bands weird I. Think I feel that we've all romanticize the bath but the thing is I find things about the back to be good in some respect. Also disappointing like a bath bomb like couldn't name sounds amazing. I'M GONNA. Put this in Lubec it's going to do something magnificent but it doesn't you put them back on it's like a little fizzle. Now what is this just slippery water? What is? The weirdness in. A bigger reaction I want fireworks. Yes. I would actual bom. More explosive. Just like Oh, this is what I'm looking for but mostly I just put in and I'm like. Well, that's like. Just. Throw like a whole box of alka Seltzer in there. That's what I'm looking for. Yeah, and also the bath bomb is like, okay. That took fifteen seconds now what? Now, my bath is dirty. That's big US and then if you shave in the bath, you're like, I'm in the bath with all my tiny. So here's the thing. I'm still grossed out I think people who take a bath as a form of hygiene. Follow with a shower which that sounds awful to me. Yeah, right. That's long the whole thing. Has To do, which is why I don't enjoy it yet doesn't seem like it's a thing to get clean. If you're dirty and you get in your just laying built, right? I recommend what I and I have said this I said it recently somewhere I recommend the dry bath, which is just where you lay under a heated throw. It's like the warmth and the soothing, but without the water. It's not really I. Just Call. It drives me late under Blake. Is this like an electric blanket. What is, is it legislation electric blanket? You run water none the sound of running water while you're under. Blanket that would actually make it worse to me because then I'd be like I got to get up before the house floods or yeah to go to the bathroom like an APP it's like this called is called dry bass it's your APP. And on and it sounds like you're in the bathroom and then you put on the weighted blanket like you're under the. It's a whole experience speaking of here. 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Aruba. It was the last. Great Guilt Free Party of Twenty twenty now it was. Just days before every fact shutdown we came back on the Wednesday after the wedding. By Friday, the kids were out of school. And I told my husband. I mean, you knew you were going to be married with two kids but now you are really married with two. He likes the challenge was an extreme situation. I would say are our DYSTOPIA Honeymoon period. Required some adjusting but the original wedding was fantastic We were just got lucky picking that date. Everyone who came was healthy. There were no I. We were holding a crossing our fingers we back home because we realized. Oh. This could have been a bigger deal than we realize. And then everyone was okay. So. We had a blast in an actually was great because all the people who got together there including grandparents in grandkids and cousins then couldn't each other months. So we got this one last time together before things really got weird So we were very thankful for that, and then we came home to fight for months to figure out how to do this. All been you just practically all we. We figured it out. I didn't realize it was right before my sense of time is all confused. Yeah I've never wait where is a RUPA? That song off the coast of it's off the coast of beautiful Venezuela. But it is near but as well as. What local phone? Yeah we had a blast. It was how? How are your kids doing in quarantine? They have done pretty well, they are I feel lucky that we have kids. It's sort of a sweet spot where they are a little bit independent they can take care of themselves they entertain each other. They still like hanging out with us and think we're cool. So they're not selling preteens. To my seven year old can fake it pretty well. And so I think for that reason they've done pretty well, my schedule is I'm blessed to be very flexible My husband was sort of out of work for a couple of weeks, but then they started rotating him back in. And I might. They read they play Games I've been pretty happy, but they are very social. So the very beginning when we would, if we went out, I would say you cannot talk to these people on the street. They did not care for that. because. They want to make friends with everyone So that was tough and I think that's still takes a toll because they just don't get to see as many people as they would like. Yeah Jenna Howard Hauer Your House doing. they're good. Now they are still mad but they haven't been on the airplane very much the series they talk about it regularly 'cause last year we were flying like. Once a month at least they were to with me to go work, and so they're like Do we go to the airport winner here for thing but with RV trips that we've taken and with their actually back in preschool? So are we're at a private preschool and it's open and so far? So good nobody's been sick nobody's had any. So they're back in preschool, like that's been two weeks now and or three weeks now, and they're like Sam goes four days a week and dylan goes two days a week and they just start like, oh my gosh, it's amazing. We have friends we have people and they like they can't associated with any of the other kids in the school 'cause the way they're doing it is like each mashes there. Odd. But they don't care. They're like they just love those six other kids or whatever I mean. It's like the cutest they're so happy and we're just crossing our fingers that it stays. Okay. Because right now everything's doing really well in our little town and we're just like really hopeful I feel like I'm holding my breath all the time like. Is it okay. But they they're happiness level has increased significantly I mean they were doing fine at home truthfully. But. I. Just see there's like they just they're the same way they wanna make friends with every single person they meet. It's funny because I have kids who are even like far more social than I ever was, and so they like love having friends a May. It's it's nice to see them filling their bucket again in different kind of way instead of having to just follow me around like what are we doing now and what do we do now we call this person and can we go somewhere in community this when we do that? So it's really nice. Really been a great couple weeks seeing them thrive again at school. I remember when we recorded the Patriots episode you were you were in Utah. You've just done your special. Yeah and. Saying that you think you're going to send them back but you're not sure you have to assess when you get back. Yeah. But hearing this is I'm still we're still going back and forth about whether it's end Elliott back. We're probably going to we just are sort of dragging our feet because we see my parents and they're both high risk in the law. But hearing what you're saying makes me feel like we really should because I think Elliott's bucket is empty. It's it is. It's funny to see how they're doing fine and kids are so often stamina and all that stuff but when you see All this. Through personality like, Lucy. You'll get the car and you have ten thousand things to tell me because you had this thought that brought and also turns out I'm not that great of a teacher because they're in two and a half or three weeks whatever it's been they've learned more than I taught them all summer. I don't know if it's me or they just don't Wanna listen to me that much or whatever could just socialization difference between being at home versus being around other people their age in that environment I think. I it's nice to see. I can see mine light up we have we have a sort of a pack of neighborhood kids, which is really nice. It's sort of like a ninety flashback over here. were they. Know, they can run around in the open air and I feel fine about that in across the way they're there to back dex that sort of face each other with the neighbors and in one of our neighbors comically on the balcony is named Juliet in these. They spent all the time we were stuck in the house yelling over the balcony to Juliet. Brands and they can sort of big meet on the ground. Now, we've everybody's comparable with that. And they do they just once they realized that they don't have to play with just me and their sister anymore they're like who revolutionary it's very it's very sweet. Yeah. So we have something special, it is a WHO knows mk best. Quiz. Now this came together a last minute. A Matt is one hundred percent. The annuals fault I don't know why. I what? I don't know why he's dragging his heels on. No I'm just kidding it's totally my fault. So we don't have a song, but I'm sure Tony Place in thing to usher it in. Well. You know what I normally play, but I feel like this is more appropriate today. To town. Town town. The Bass, the band ever great band. So. I have paper. Do we need paper? Maybe we do Janati right on right on I can make that happen. I had a pen thirty loss owing on it. I know that you need a pen and I'm just but it makes me feel better. Yes. Okay. All right here comes the WHO knows MK Best Quiz so you'll ask the question we will write our answers down. We'll go around give her answers and then you'll say whether you'll stay with the right answer is okay. Question Answer Question Answer. Okay. All right. Here we go. Let's start off with. This is still come to also I appreciate the last minute requests because that is how I operate I would not have started saying you earlier. So that's right I always use you. This is the compliment you. You are such an accomplished. Get Shit done person and so I forget that you are also like procrastinator last Minniti. You wish you are more organized person yes. Wish it so much I in fact married and basically a life coach for me so we're working on it. But yes, this was I, thrive I that came in and I said sure let's do it. So number one act. MERICA, favourite part of fall. Favorite part of fall. A pumpkin spice. Latte. Football. Halloween. Lor. Apple Picking With Bay in a cozy sweater. Oh Wow. All right I have my answer. Could I hear those one more time there sure. Pumpkin Spice Latte. Football. Halloween. Or Apple picking with a cozy sweater. All right and we'll have their answer. Yes. Oh Yeah. I'm GONNA Guess Football. Because the you like sports I feel like you have pride in certain teams you dress up for them. And That's what I think. Yes football. Go Georgia. The gators, their Florida what? Oh my gosh kidding. Rolling. We who were the? What's the Florida Georgia team? Dogs. Dogs. Dogs go dogs, Tony. I also said football. You guys are all correct. I was hoping I would flip through a little bit with Halloween, but football is correct. Yeah. Halloween well, I. Very out, but I also will say that Alison's description my sports fandom is one that I will cherish them and. Cleaning, and save. You Drought Pride, you have allegiances to team. You'll wears you wear stuff up for your team when you go on insists on TV. Genetic me's action for game days. Well, there's so much themed clothing. Let's see. We have a point where all on board. All right. What was the name? Of the coffee. House in Durham North Carolina we're married Catherine misspent her youth and some of her dollars and loitered for long periods of time. Okay. Was it a lot laughs. But first coffee. And Or less breath themselves. Now I don't know. Cat have gas me to off. General. In. The second one. Second one was but first coffee. Okay I don't know. All right. I'm GonNa Guess Espresso South. Both because I know of two coffee places with names that are similar and a lot and no one change their answer though just because I'm so persuasive a lot hair laughs. and. But. First coffee that's just an instagram at would sign thing. I don't think there's actually a coffeehouse named that again no one change your answer just because I'm persuasively and and write persuasively right? Okay. WHO's next I said Espresso Espresso yourself as well I'm trying to prove that I didn't change. Okay. Thank you. Lou. All Right Tony. I don't even remember I literally just wrote down the first one you said. A lot to laughs. Okay. So No, the correct answer is. HIMSELF LOW Yay. All right and I will have you guys know because my integrity is important to me I fact check that with several friends today because I was afraid it was so silly that I had heard it on a Sitcom and it was not my actual. But it wasn't right espresso itself. I also misspent my youth at a coffee place. Mine was called Rock and Java Did you ever did you ever date anyone? You met there? Not, whole social scene that was like the place where you would go to see if somebody liked you, you'd be. Drinking your terrible MOCHA. And listening to some terrible punk band downstairs. Seem like we all discovered coffee at the same time and was that a cultural thing or just an age rite of passage thing Jenna. For you it would be. Diet coke. I. Think it was I. think it was just a high. It will the nineties in highschool coincided for me so I can't talk. I do feel like that is win starbucks like really became. Yeah. Right, I. Feel like coffee houses really had a moment or I became aware of them at once. Friends. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So Jenna and I each have two points. Tone zone you have one but respectable. Thank you. Thank you for treating a Gal. For whom I was writing this quiz. So I hope that it's it's hitting the right spot here. Okay. What? We, what are the options of for whom the quiz was written I just know who was on the Thursday show. Only, get a no Geno is going to be on. I don't know. Coming. Oh. Told you all that. Because I like surprises and I like to just fly to my parents. I'm so glad I Taylor this experience. The way you like it. I was sure I told you because most of my whole thing was trying to get you guys together. Is Delightful. Oh God are here we go. For what country icon was. Mk's I. Post College for my first ever like on my own pet was a cat for what country icon was she named. was. It. June Carter. Cash. Was it. Joe. Lean of Dali Song Fame. Fancy of REBA mcentire song. Fame. Or. Why Known A-? The four. Choices again. June Carter Cash. Joelene. Fancy famous country prostitute. Or? Why Known Awesome Clue MK my Gosh. Can't get over the fact that I didn't mention to you that Geno is going to be on. What's wrong with me? I mean not that it not that it changes anything but still not missed his many a memo in my life. So that's entirely possible as well. Yeah. That's right. That's right. You missed it. You miss the. Memorandum. That I sent. Okay. I am going to Gas D. Y. No. No although I was very tempted by fancy but I don't know if you do to season row again no one change your answer. Jenna I said fancy because I'm I mean I'm purely Lee guessing on this one so this same yeah. They're all good cat new I know they all Merck. Is this. Tone. Also said why known but with tempted by Julian but ended up going. Why WanNA. The correct answer is fancy. Stand up holes into the lead and she was a she was a a barn cat that someone rescued in named fancy and I tried to rename her because I thought it was just too. On the nose for a cat named fancy and then right someone told me. She actually was originally named for the McIntyre Song, I thought Oh well, that makes it better I'm okay with story. A. Back is a dark backstory on this I again. So she's a social climber. Wrestle anyway. I'd Jeddah is in the lead with three and we know that this quiz was not written for Jenna. Now we know that for sure. Nicely? Because I didn't. I didn't get it all. So here we go. Didn't overthink it. Yeah. You're welcome. My favorite item of Kovic era clothing has been. My husband's under armor sweatpants. My Old Sports Bra. A barbecue tank top that says I love my but robbed and my pork pulled. I, hope it fat or my slippers. We hear those again yes. Number one husbands, underarms weapons. To Be Gasping go out. Be. An old sports brought. See a barbecue top with the message I. Love My but rubbed and my poor told. Or my other slivers This is hard. This is really hard. The gas I'm as well I feel like I'm wrong but I'm GONNA say your husband's under armor sweatpants. My hesitation is that I Feel like he's taller than you buy a bit so I don't know how these are fitting you but they are. I guess the sweatpants too so did I. We all GonNa Erling it's only wrong. It was slivers really. Yes. We okay. Way Off I we have this tank top the yes I do. The reason, the reason that it is I, do I like all these items of clothing and I do wear the sweatpants too long and I don't care. They're great. I we're all these items, the believer these days might children make fun of me because I don't even put rope choose on to go out of the house anymore. They have real bottoms I just you ever have. They're the best. Yeah. So I don't know when I'm going back to regular shoes but the tank top I wore. In the middle of the summer at one point and I forgot that my child had learned to read. I'm like my book row does. GonNa have to retire this. Summer. We are the clippers like like these is this the shape and now these are not. These are like Costco brand. So these are like you might be interested that. Okay. Oh, minor like slipping as well, but they don't have the. The moth. Yes. The ornamental look primarily that just got cut. Off. Got It. I do. They are amazing. I'm with you on that. Okay. I have two more questions that good. Okay. Which of which of these diy craft or home improvement projects caused the least fighting in my house A. Downstairs, bathroom. Even set foot in can't believe you have an opinion about this. Be. The accident wall in the living room, which is literally your favorite color and the color of your clothes and car. Why are you arguing with me about this? The DIY floating shelves for Home School Supplies Books, which my God I can't find the frigging studs. Can you find the studs? Or? The firepit seriously, this is so many breaks. Do we have to carry this brexit is so hot out here. So I will shorten downstairs bathroom. Accident. Walled. Floating shelves. Fire pits. Which one is the least least fighting? least. Friday I have I. Don't know I have a question because of the. Hot outside comment. I don't know where you live. In address please. Ingram in Virginia. Oh, really okay. Where in Virginia Are you? Are, you still live in Richmond in northern Virginia. Okay All right I guess going to. I'm going to say floating shelves. But enjoyed all of them. Housing are you in my head tonight I might find saying the shelves. Accent Wall. Okay. So the the least fighting. Was the fire pit. See I should've went with my. Because well, this is and this is like the blessing of my husband partly because the children did most of the work. Instead of the two of US facing off, we brought them in as a cushion. Off. The. Shelf in fun. The shells were not problematic because the shelves are for organization in his house allows. A lot of whom improve prank. I have a question though the accent wall, it's the same color as your car saying that that's me to him. And then the bathroom you never go into it his that you'd him that's me again. But look all these projects get done in the all look pretty good so. Amazing we haven't done. We have a to do list just sits on a refrigerator mocking us we have plans. So this is this is our complimentary relationship I have big ideas but I don't know how to execute in he makes me execute and then I get annoyed that I am forced to finish the thing I start. K. You and I share a lot of similar personality traits. Define how Allen I works. Where I'm like All these details. Why are you telling me all the stuff of? Yes. He's like this literally your idea. So interesting. I think and I know that we just have one question left but just I'm just. To. Make It. What I don't know what I'm doing the point is there's something I'm Just making everyone wait more. To say. I think I'm. The. I'm the other one in the. In the relationship because. Not, really in terms of like neither of us make each other do big ideas that's the problem but. I'm the one who's like nagging Daniel to like finish things and to reminding him about details and stuff like that is that Al and is that your husband has your we'll I. I know because on the podcast when you say things like I'm really usually I'm really good at closing loops and like making sure that people are set up for what I'm like what is that? That's the last thing that I'm good at how no I, I? I'm I I forget to close the loop. Oh, well, that's me to you then. Yeah I, forget to close loops. The worst example being when we were recording the Thursday show and then. Another guest showed up because he thought that we needed him that night I'm like, oh. Yeah. I should have. Let you know. Oh my God. Terrible. Okay. All right. Let's see who wins as we go into the final question. Jen has three allison has to Tony has one. So we're looking at potentially add a tie and then we'll have to do a tiebreaker. Okay. Well, I have a backup question if we need. Okay. Great. Okay. What was em case favorite concert. Was it. The Dave Matthews Band. Was it. Poison. That Bright Eyes? Or outcast. Girl This is a tough one. To have a gas me. All right you can end the music. I was waiting for Genita- chime in. FIT I have. One I am guessing outcast. So Am I. Were a block. I was waiting for a country artist after the cat thing. But so I figured the closest to that was Dave Matthews, band and weird way. So that's my guess. It was not the David Matthews Fan. I know we're going to hear that if you have. No idea it just might. It's not a regularly coming up on. Was My first concert which. Really. I'm not a huge that just happened to me my first concert. The correct answer is outcast. Jenner you one. That makes me so happy. It's not only was it a good concert, but it gives me some sort of credit because I saw them in. One thousand, nine, nine, or two, thousand. At the University of Georgia in various like on little just like a recreational field right by dorm they played this concert for probably. Eight, hundred people. Very. Small. And it was fantastic. I think you discovered them. At can claim that that's actually true. They should thank you. Wow I do I love them in my heart was broken when they did the Super Bowl in Atlanta and they didn't. Reunite for it. I was like this is our moment. I know it al-Qaeda's this coming back. No. Never again. Did you happen to watch that show dispatches from elsewhere because Andre Three thousand he's outcast movie. Actor. and. He's your heart Oh will you should watch it then he he's in it. Yeah. 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I don't know what you get out of doing it that way but someone someone is pranking me. Let's do some just me or everyone. got. Done. Is just. Everyone. All. Right. This is Marcie Sheehan and it is a follow up to something we were talking about before because someone wrote in and said I don't understand people who would leave their read receipts on. So Marcy is I agree with the Read Receipts Jackie but my husband and step kids have our set where only each other gets re read receipts just so we know if the family is seen tax, every other contact is set up with no read receipt and this Blew my mind and also like exhausted me, I don't know why I had a weird sort of technological overwhelm and on we upon hearing I didn't even know you could like set it this way. Did you guys? Know. This is to me I've not done it but I think I did know I feel like I've heard of that and I can understand it for in certain cases but Yeah I've never done it. Just one more layer of stress. Yeah. I have to add to my life. I think I'm the person who would accidentally have them on. That would be me I. Don't I don't think about whether I should have them on I don't. Know how to access that setting. I was like the first thing nobody can know my business I'm like oh my gosh. Okay. On Link Din. Which I never log into linked in but I still get emails from them like telling me congratulate this person that you like on deliberately aren't talking to on their work anniversary or whatever but. You can set it so that you can see who's looked at your profile but if you do that, then they see. Then, it's clear which profiles you're looking at. So I feel like pure occasionally in the day I had said at that way minimum cabbage switch back before I look at anyone's profiles. So occasionally I'll get worried that like what if I never said it back It's similar to. What we're GONNA, say if ever ever I happen to be snooping that's the one place I don't like to because I. Don't understand that business. Yeah. Like I'm looking into someone but I don't want them to see this and I'm uncomfortable with Lynton. I can act like shut mine down I don't have one anymore I'm like, why am I? Using. Yeah. I don't know why I'm using either any. I don't think I'm going to get a job through it. Has Ever. Gotten the job. referred someone say they got anything out of it? So this is something I'm being project managed on so. It's like so far down my list if I had a list. That, I haven't gotten to it but but my husband's convinced that I need to shape up my link then I gotta shake it up and shaped it up I mean it has a current headshot but I guess. That's about it, I Haven't. Stuff what am I endorsed for talking I don't She's good at that. Already, Olive Dorsey you know really like for what would you be shaping this? What opportunities are going to roll your way but I mean, I think the idea is that. That is a net that I am not using. And that there are people in political circles or they're arguing corporate circles that might be in that arena I think it's probably more likely for me than for people who are working in comedy i. Is Is it like takes a whole subculture of Lincoln comedy I don't know there could be corporate gigs and things but I shut it down some like I am stressed out of time just. If you need me go to my website. But I get maybe for you and I'm sure if our here he would have an opinion but. Our on Tiktok because I was and then Daniel read something saying that there were all sorts of security concerns with this is before trump tried to ban it and and I already I like didn't I hadn't fallen in love with it yet. So he was like I think we should just take it off our phones. So I did and so now I'm not on it at all but I do word it's sort of real concern but I'm like I'm really improbably missing out on like understanding a huge chunk of youth culture because I'm not conversant with it. But don't you feel like you see enough take talks that's true. That's a very good point. That is a solid point I do see them elsewhere. So I. Yeah. I also was concerned about the security part that's not that's not fake news. So I haven't done it by also concerned with my ability to sustain a lot of social media. And I'm also highly susceptible to a dance craze and I feel like it could get very. Embarrassing for me and time consuming very quickly. and see I'm not susceptible at all. Maybe that's like my secret power I never WANNA make a dance video, hide the over there like Lou. Philo kids. Let me. Too. Yeah I don't need to start that. Journey for me right now but I would want to. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I love. So funny some all creativity but I honestly I'm glad you guys are not like dancing with your daughters like and then we made bread or whatever I just like you know like we're opening the mail. That's not a real dance craze but I I it makes me cringe. A lot of them are just like lip synching things. It's not even songs sometimes like I've literally seen some that are like literally somebody lip synching someone's standup. What is why? What is the point? That are you guys doing reels? Sorry someone was about. That would Mac guy on skateboard is the greatest gift that Tiktok has given us. So that yesterday but other than that I'm usually like. That's my action. But I'm old. So I don't know how I'm like I don't know me they just don't relate anymore fat. Just to for me I'm with you. It's like it's one more social media that I'm like. I don't I'm barely getting instagram Dutton these days like I'm barely logging onto steph and so one more thing just feels overwhelming. There were two Tiktok like my favorite tick talks. My favorite talks that I saw instagram but one was like I wonder who ate the Spaghetti and it panned around a living room and there were like four dogs and they were all just sitting there being being dogs and so it's like close up on one dog and then the next dog and then the nets dog is this white pit bull and its mouth is like entirely red. And, then it goes to the next dog and then it goes back to the dog that has spaghetti sauce. So I like that and then there was another one where it showed three pigs. Like sleeping on hey, and it was talking about how people think pigs are so messy but they really aren't and. Then, it showed these flowers that the pigs never like in a different part of the the barn no the farm where the pigs never eat. So what so they noticed that there are three bunches of flowers next to this one pig and they don't eat them what she's doing she had like. For Real brought them into the barn and like was decorating her space with them. That made me go I really don't think I can eat pork anymore already donated very much but like If, this is true that a pig is like decorating. That's so cute. Okay. Here's I submitted my own Jay Mo and I selected it. In the hazy moments where I'm waking up, I think about anything I have scheduled for the day and try to figure out if I can reschedule it. That's normal right? I really do that like when I'm waking up, I just think like I'm not up to it whatever it is not up to it I have I have a show it three I have to reschedule it or something, and then you know as I wake up I accept that life involves obligations and that they are actually fun sometimes but. I don't know what it is but my brain is just like no can't do it I think i. only do that if it's if it's something that's super early. I'll do it then otherwise. I won't do it when I wake up but I will have those thoughts about wanting to rescheduled later in the day when it's getting close to the time to do that thing. Yeah. Interesting. I for some reason before I have all my faculties about me. So as I'm waking up before him fully awake. I it's like I. Forget that I'm not awake yet and so I interpret how I feel at that moment is like, Oh, no, this is this is how I feel today I'm just not I don't have enough energy. I I have been waking up code times or weird. So normally as you guys both know obnoxiously extroverted and Anytime, I get to go out with anyone face to face I'm very excited. The covid gatherings are not the same it doesn't have the same. This is one of the reasons that my husband and I had had trouble adjusting at the beginning because he's an introvert. And there's a breaking point where I was like you understand. Everything that makes me happy. He's out there in the world your stuff in here in this house. We had to come to an understanding. Not, everything that makes me happy elementary husband but I don't. Everything, else. Outlets. My outlets. Yes. So normally I would wake up very excited to do whatever the thing is. It's different zoom culture but I've been trying I'm also trying to change my morning anxiety tendencies by reading a book before I pick up my phone. Yes. You've posted about this good idea and occasionally both reading and working out before I'm allowed to touch my phone. Has. that. helped. Yes I can't say that I stick to it all the days when there was a particularly well, there's always a big news event these days, but there was a very large one at the end of last week and I. Could not resist the siren call of of twitter So I just kind of checked the box I was like reading this page page arena stage and So where is your phone when you sleep? Next to my bed. Because it's my alarm. So yeah, I haven't alarm. But I leave the book in my bed to and then I tried I usually go downstairs with my book to make coffee in leave my phone upstairs smart smart and when I say usually say for like four days. This bill though good. This is like it's momentum you're doing that I am not fully into this idea because my phone Kovin Lake I was in the beginning just reading everything and I just I like drove myself. Completely insane. Yeah. Yeah Speaking of that big news story of trump testing. Positive I'm assuming is the one you're talking about. We are starting to institute a no devices after dark thing, which all it means is that Elliott can't have any screen time after dark which. Is such a like, not enough of a limit regarding the screen time but we're starting somewhere because he did have it with him like up to the point that we were. We wanted him to start getting tired and he wasn't. So, Deanne you and I are also like wink wink doing this, which just means we like sneak looks at our phone in the other room but I was like an hour and a half late to that news, which for me just reaffirmed this is why I have to have my phone next to me all the time. My mom is the one who told me about it. She's the one, his any lately any new store like she's the one who told me R B g died and there was something else that she told me to she's on it. I mean, there's going to be something that you'll figure it out it. Affected me. Yeah. I know it's true. It's not like it affected me that I didn't know I was just like Oh my God something. Usually, it's just scrolling and there's just nothing nece. Yeah. That was a big one. Yeah. But that's I'm with you on the the kids in the screens like you dear like sometimes you just need it as to help you out until everybody out. But this is one of the reasons I ended up ejecting in home schooling because just my kid on a device for that long per day she's going to be a real jerk and If I can just read and cover some math and see what we can do for a year I feel okay about that. I didn't realize you were homeschooling for like legit homeschool. Yes. There was no well there I mean there's an all virtual. I would have sent my kid in person if they had offered that option I've I would have felt come mostly comfortable doing that But that was not an option and the zoom schedule was just too much time. It was too much time in the spring. It was okay because they were just doing little bits and I thought that was pretty effective actually. But they put that whole. That whole school day on the zoom and I said I don't know I've done a couple events where I had to be on for a couple of. Hours for maybe two days in a row and I was exhausted. I just I didn't think that that would work I know people who are really struggling because their kids just don't want to do it. It's tough. To. Like I have this very flexible schedule, which is awesome. I. Have. We're low risk household I am I've offered to help other working parents because there's the problem with pods is that they're so strict that some kids can't get into them. So in our in our neighborhood of attempting to host a few on the porch and maybe be the Zoom Butler in place of the parents for a bit every week. But we're seeing what we convert together. I mean, everybody's just attempting to throw it together. I, think we lost you Jenna. I'm you know we didn't Yup maybe you just made an expression where I thought there were words they went with it. Lot. That's homeschool expression. Killing. homeschool. I know I mean I, get that completely 'cause the being online all day for kids is brutal. And I think that it. whereas. When they're in school, the teacher in the school works with. Kids who need extra attention or anything like that. Right. Now, all of that is falling on the parents who we're not trained. I realized that my my term for zoom, Butler in the spring. I was like, what do you need man? Do. You need a Pennsylvania ruler spending a scavenger hunt here I actually and I was always on call and I figured okay if we do the home schooling okay sure. I'm not going to be perfect at this but I can knock it out in a couple of hours in the we can do other things right instead of me being thought I was going to do more work doing that yeah dancing behind the screen. Yes. When Elliott's preschool went to at the very beginning for like April and May before the preschool sort of decided what they were going to do, which is like completely shut down and then reopened. They were having virtual. pre-schooling or whatever, and so there were like zoom classes and there were these texts pods where they would text you a project in the morning, and then you're supposed to send photos of it and it really was it was just arts and crafts for me that I didn't. I'm good but I like to cut some hearts now. Yeah. Show us one of your favorite toys R. Take. Whatever. And I don't even have favorite toys. Okay. Let's see here. Okay. Lee. The Rolling Stone says I call cute children and pets nuggets. So having a hard time applying it to honks. But I'm delighting all the Massachusetts talk as a native of this fine state. Someday, I would love to show the Rosen quotes fan the majesty of the Commonwealth. Yes. I have never been to Boston Daniel has. That came from the episode that Ardent Marine and Ken read were on. There was a lot of mass talk and. I. We're talking about Slang and I said that I remember when nuggets or nuggets was used to. That was a term for like a haughty. He's like, river, Phoenix with long hair he's Enoug-. I remember that one I think it was probably before your time we'll sound maybe maybe regional to and I never heard that's true by the. Have any of you watched Cobra Kai. Now it. Okay. So Enjoy. First of all, you have a fun road ahead of you. And also for the for the gals and also your appreciation Tony. The ROB CHARACTER WHO Is. Just. Straight up seventeen magazine Nineteen ninety-six honk like it is I need to. Get the names that Johnny's Kid. Yes okay. It is jarring because he's so of that era that I'm like that is like that's a tiger beat poster on my best friends while it is weird and he's got the floppy hair and the whole thing. Jonathan Taylor Thomas. He sounds like a real nugget that sounds amazing. Yeah for sure. So Full disclosure I had never seen karate kid. which I feel. I know I know I know. I, just had it in my head. I don't like martial arts now that I'm watching it. Again. Right now that I'm watching it I'm like, Oh, it's really about that. You don't have to be in a karate to like this movie. So I'm watching it in chunks. Because I have children and because the whole thing but I'm super into. Getting to sit down and watch the movie, and then I'm going to embark on Cobra Kai because I keep hearing it so good her face pickup. Exactly. It's so much more nuance than I would ever have expected I for one do not watch back to the future for a long time because I didn't think that I liked time travel. Paid off see. So there you go. Is. Is Do you have to watch karate KID TO WATCH COBRA KAI? She could just jump been should. Last backs. But I think yeah, I would watch it I all right. It's listen his shoe was a young lug. That was that was like the first girl I. Remember like kind of noticing as a young camp actually girls were gross for a long time and then I was. Watching that movie and be like, ooh, what's happening here? You guys this was so much fun. Thank you so so so so much for being on this show. This was just delightful listeners. Thank you for listening to like what you're hearing. Please tell a friend subscribe. Lead Nice comment on Apple podcasts that helps us out so much check out my other podcast. Childish. Earlier this week I had Jamie Lynn Sigler from the. Okay I thought it was sopranos but she's saying that she thinks the correct way to say it is actually Sopranos I don't. I don't know about pat I just can't. Show that prestige television show she played meadow, want it and She's on the show. And then I've got Brian on next week and those will both be also in addition to all the places you listen you can watch the full video youtubecom such Alison Rosen please subscribe again. Patria on. I'm also I'm on. Cameo. And Jenna where can we find you? What should we look out for? Well, thank you for having me on the show so good to be here you know. You can find me around the Internet wants more while. But mostly go check out my podcast couple friends it's me and Hashtag Al if you WanNa hear us every single day you can listen to our compilation episode on Fridays And our shows just fun silly nonsense, neom me, and my neg. Knock knock it's. K-? Yeah. I will pitch for, I wrote a piece for the Atlantic back in April which might be worth recapping for everybody as we struggle this called. It's okay to be different parents during the pandemic. Gotten some good feedback from that. So it's a it's a good read if you WANNA specially for dealing with school to jump into that. I'm at K. Hammer time on instagram I also have a fun project I started during quarantine called at oldest dealers model. On instagram which I need to pick back up and I am I've gone through a dry spell where i. Ask You about that I love it. I have been loving it. So I dress up an aspirational nineties clothing that I either put together from closet or order from running runway intake, ninety style catalog shots in it. I'm living my best life. So that's at oldest dealers model and I do want to. Say a word for my friend at real best life on instagram. This is my friend Kelly who's a farmer out in Colorado And she is doing this crazy experiment where she lives entirely off what she produces on her land from for a you from August to August, she started in. August. It's crazy. She has pigs, sheds ducks. She has she the one who has a wallaby. She has a Wallaby as well. She has a full huge garden and she's trying to put together this puzzle about how can I live off of this land? Oh and also goats. And so the problems are fascinating. She's fascinating the whole. Stinking through the process is great. Just she's at real best life. So for a lot of good cute animals and farm comedy A. Sustainable farm-to-table goodness check her out. She could tell us if pigs really decorate. I think she could say her is not. Maybe. She needs to get more handy pigs. Hers, are like. Super Personnel. Interesting. She says. Thank you tone zone. I am Tony thanks on twitter and instagram my podcast bizarre albums every Tuesday and. Real, quick. Also just the other day yesterday when we're recording this. Motion City Soundtrack released another song. This is actually cover. And it is for our friend at Akerson who a producer that we had worked with a bunch passed away last year yesterday was the one year anniversary of his death. And he was just great guy and. A compilation came out. That's just a bunch of songs that he wrote in a bunch of different bands on they're covering it. So we're on there. I'm blanking soul asylum on there a lot of a lot of bands around the Minneapolis area and just bands he worked with over the years and that is available on band camp. So the link is sort of weird. So just find me on social media. You can find the link through there but So that's available in all proceeds from that he left behind a wife and young daughter and all the proceeds from that are going to his daughter's educational fund. So check that out. If you can I'm going to check that out and you WanNa know why in addition to liking motion city soundtrack and Tony was I used to think Dave perner of soul asylum was a real nugget. True. Crime Doug. Back when he had, I got to see what he looks like. Now I, I doubt time has been kind to him, but I could be wrong. You guys this was so much fun I'm GonNa make everyone can. Wonderful Okay everyone thank you for being on the show listeners. Thank you for listening. I love you to wait a minute. I forgot to welp to say hello and welcome to the new patriotic people atrial. Who still listening at this point has anyone turned it off? Are they still there? Should I just do it on the next episode ditches on us if you remember but yeah, no, one would I can't believe this is like this is worse than not say hi to Tony thing you know. When I mean is. Yeah keep digging the degree to which I keep forgetting this. That's how I meant it. I know it came out. Wrong. Hello, and welcome. 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THE GRAVEYARD REAPER!!! & GHOSTS THAT SAVE LIVES!!!

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

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THE GRAVEYARD REAPER!!! & GHOSTS THAT SAVE LIVES!!!

"From a girl talk about goals with Kevin used us. Hello you wonderful wonderful. Dare I say it beautiful people? It is indeed Sunday so that means it's time for the Sunday sermon of bucaneers. Yes we do indeed need to talk about ghosts. What a week what do we? It's been a very busy for myself. And the lovely backer who won't be joining me today. I won't tell you why secret. No it's not rarely she's just start. Your I hope Payroll Welby Chalker Week in Monaco loads going on loot of good stuff going on some bad stuff going on on some born of going on rarely big news though. We're going to have another quiz on Saturday coming. Yes at APM GMT. This coming Saturday. Get ONTO FACEBOOK. Dot Com forward slash. Talk about ghosts and we will be doing alive quiz. I'll be a bit more general knowledge. Still the paranormal. Slant if you will but we will be doing it live and in your face. Yes so we can all have a of humor. The last three being brilliant. Everyone's been dead. Who took part? So if you've got any questions that you wanted to ask Barry Minder is a bit more general neurology so you can send them into contact at talk about ghosts and we. You will read them out. Yes sangos for any spooky stories. This episode is going to be brilliant. And what I mean by. That is brilliant. I'll say it again pavilion a spooky way. Because I've been wanting to do a rarely rarely creepy not creepy wrong word but as mentioned in previous shows recently done on whether to do with this lockdown thing and the C word situation. But I'm getting a real warm feeling from reading ghost stories. Not Reading them out loud you know just reading them in general or Spooky program and I can genuinely. It's like a strange little Kuala feel like they can't really I can't really describe the feeling but it's it's reminiscent of when I first got into ghost as a child. It's got that very warm feeling like the now like being wrapped in cotton wall but terrifying carton wall. If that makes sense so we're going to try and emulate today in today's show so some great news I received basically yes. They received a very nice gift from Becker. Step father it was a wonderful gift. Belated birthday gift. It was assigned pitcher. George Martin you know the the producer for the Beatles absolutely over the that now as you know. I am an acquaintance of the infamous sir. Christopher Jericho Wrestling superstar musician superstar. And we I got all can you to all of of the Beatles so I sent him the picture of that and said I thought you'd appreciate this liquid after suffering me birthday and I didn't realize he had to pay per view that night. This was last night so he was like wrestling all last night. And Anyway you got back pretty much instantly said wow that's amazing and then he said also thought you should know he said the LSD Crowley episode that we've done has just reached one hundred thousand downloads. He said which is huge. That was his words not mine not mine so that was a lovely day yesterday. You know you have those days. Where sometimes you're like. This is crap not in good zap and but I got two lovely little things happened yesterday. Yes so yesterday was fantastic. Today is going to be great because we're GONNA get spooked out to give. Ooh I must tell you as well too little. Bits of information number one. I've downloaded optima phone and other that you're thinking why are you telling me this? Kevin but I'll tell you why it's called Motion Sensor now. It was a five hour or four nine thousand nine and basically. It's a video camera. That only start record and when it senses movement now you may be wondering well. That's very well Kevin. But it's slightly boring about cast a broadcast a podcast. And I say you know it's not born at all because it means I can know started. Leave it settle op. Status wanted flat and see if we can record anything and therefore get some evidence. Yes so I'm very excited about that. The second thing is because I class myself as a slightly creative individual. Don't you know all windswept and interesting therefore I decided I often insensitive creative output. See something think could I do? Could I have a go do not and whenever we ask that question I think of course come we anybody can? You're a human being can do anything and this is everyone out there. You can do anything that any other human being can do. You might not be able to do as well as them. But no won't Superman on this world or superwoman to be all equal but no one is so never. Let the fact that you've never done before. Put your off so get into. Is You know what I'm GonNa do is short horrible for. Can I over to just be stupid foot? Why would it be stupid just do it? It's as simple as that. Would your longtime dead? So that's what we're going to do. I've scripted without me Becker. Going to film that of the period of next week. It won't be funny. 'cause it's not meant to be funny. It's meant to be a horror bought. I think it's going to be very good. I've used attempted to some of the shots already. Some of this special effects he says in inverted speech marks. But I think it's going to be pretty scary if it's done right the way we visualize it and behead do anything that you'll have to do when you what it is. You'll have to suspend disbelief. Because obviously you know. It's meaning Becker. But we're going to have two different names as oppose and probably be presented like a found footage thing like youtube bob blogs went missing this was the thing we found in his flat bumping bomb. But I think it'd be scary or are the very least slightly entertain. Which isn't that the thing. Everybody aims for slightly entertaining. Yes you give Oscars out for slightly entertaining Anne who so I want to say. Thank you to all of our wonderful patriots an apology. We had a patron last week. By the name of Lindsey Colin and I Song Somehow Lisa Colon. Now what's doubly embarrassing about that? Is that shacks comes from my hometown. Yeah she comes from two dogs fighting heighten two dogs. Fighting is what we We livable call heighten two dogs from an old poem which apparently is heighten heighten. Two dogs fighting one black and one whiten. Apparently they go a little bit of historic heightened culture for either. So I do apologize to Lindsey Colin and therefore I will be rescinding name in. This week's patriarch. Thank you song. So we've had just the one patriots sign up this week brand new and then is. Let me get it old on Kim Jones. So Kim Jones and Lindsey Cologne at least again then I wanna thank you either. Medium Song. Don't forget guys patriots literally in this stage of Web all employment wise is keeping the the show float. I'm fellow from Iraq. Becca self employed in the entertainment industry and literally has no work. She's not eligible for any bailouts or any grants of shocker for just when he started on company to kick in the teeth so the Patriots side of things not only is keep in the show float. It's keep an awesome floats as well so it sincerely want to thank you for it now. Don't forget obviously. We're not the only one going through hardships. Don't feel obliged to senator Patriot and if any the patriots are listening and thinking actually entity jacket in in the stand that so but I do want to thank the ones who are doing it because we were looking at finance and I was saying we need to start cutting out things which aren't essential and in truth it's hard to say podcast. Essential when you look at what it costs to run just being perfectly honest however that said we enjoy doing it people clearly like it and the Patriots are good enough to help. Keep it going so sincere. Thank you John. These times to Ubuntu for guys and to everyone who lessons you know no no pressure to join page on that all said if you join patron and you do get extra content. Each week be recording from spooky stories. After this solely for the Patriots you go into pitch dot com slash. We need to talk about ghosts. In the meantime I do have to sing a song to the wonderful Linzie. Cullen and Kim Jones so this is for you how I called you and I was wrong. I'd like to apologise via the medium of this song. Janis Linzie resigned to Patria last week and I got you name wrong. Sorry about that. You know on a new role. No head comes Kimberly Jones. She has also signed Badri on an after. This episode is being gone. Both and lot on to page on angel- Another APSOS ended on a seventh dodgy vocals there though Kevin Bloody Hell's bells Sagar that for Lindsey and for Kim. I do hope you enjoy that. You probably doesn't doesn't you didn't even it because I wasn't informed there. However shall we have a week and we'd. I believe we Xiao yes. It's indeed time for weekend. We we look at some of the. We'd things that'll be taking place this week in the universe. I mean in the world rally but don't get news from the planet's yet anyway. Guess WHO's back the news. That's right it's none other than the King of pop himself. That's my Jackson. It's not a law to Michael Jackson. Elvis Presley it is Elvis Presley the king yes his second. Kussin Danny reckons not the king. Elvis Presley visited him as a ghost whilst he was in lockdown. Yes he said. This is true last night I was sitting here in this spot. He says on a Web feed. I was watching some stuff on TV. And I got kind of tired so I turned off the TV. And of course I put some Elvis music on and south. They're listening to it. All of a sudden it was like a hand touched me on my right shoulder. I freaked out jumped up and got off the couch those goosebumps. I mean every hair. My body was probably standing straight out. Yes and then he continues. It really freaked me out and the first thing I thought of as I looked over towards a stereo because Elvis was playing and I just got the feeling it's Ellis. I can't say it really was anything to me. It was almost like maybe elvis a maybe it was my grandmother. Oh maybe both now he feels. This is news worthy it. Continues to say I'm just telling you the truth and I'm still freaked over the whole thing. It actually happened and things like that. I do believe in and it made me feel better so there. So there you go. Elvis's second cousin Danny councilman touching on the right shoulder. Whilst listening to Elvis he believes it was elvis or was it elvis and his grandmother having Choubey BOP BOP bebop gold down south on. I guess we'll never know. So if you have any encounters with the king to snow in the meantime that was this week's wake him we it. All of that week's this week's we can we it because it made me think. At what point do you think? Very early on clearly. If this happened to the guy in lockdown very early on did he asked the question. What's the number for the newspaper because otherwise I wouldn't know about it? Could you imagine if I would upstairs to backroom? Went of just been listening. Salona right a thin Keiko Banja product. Me In the back. She'd say a he didn't be if you genuinely think that we need to get you some help so if I therefore them went so give me the number for the paper. Because I'm I'm GonNa tell them she like will. I need to leave officially finish our relationship. Take the neighbor's cat and do on because USA all clinically Kuku. Yeah so they go. That was we can we? Wow but we do have some amazing stories. I have teased the first part of this show throughout the week on the we don't need to talk about ghosts episodes and that is because backup. Got Me a wonderful book from birthday. Called Fifty Real Ghost stories by M J Wayland and I read the blurb out to through the week. I'll read this out again because somebody GONNA GONNA share one story from this book because it's somebody else's work. I'M GONNA shareholders from on the Patriots. Because less people listen to that and also am kind of appetizers work for free technically book. There's a reason why I'll be sharing the story that I'm sharing. Which will all become a parent very shortly? Anyway the blurb on the back says a real ghost story should never end perfectly. That's my rule of thumb after investigating ghosts experiences for nearly thirty years. I realized that the finally Polish stories told by storytellers and ghost walkers where exactly that polished in polishing stories we lose the personality of the haunted and indeed the hunter itself that is why my books research papers and articles. I always maintain the original original testaments and facts which I really love. I love the honesty of the fact that I think we can all agree. The best stories are anecdotal and in terms of their delivery. The Not shouldn't tie nicely quite right. It shouldn't be and then we own the floorboards and there was the corpse. Shouldn't be anything like that. It should just be a like like what the famous on the very famous pretty short. The pulsa geist. It just stopped main. There was no like somebody came into a cleansing. Apparently but that was a it wasn't like there was no resolution. General Manager stopped a nasty should. So anyway what? I'm GONNA do is. I'm going to the reason why I wanted to read. The story out here will become evident now so I technically. I'm going to be telling you story that was told to me in a place of work were used to work about fifteen years ago and I've always Old With this story in truth because it sound it sounded too farfetched however of then read the story in this book. And it's amazing so what going to do is. I'm going to read out the story now from any script does just for my head but I will throw the music behind because it is it goes story and then I'll read the story from the book and then I'll discuss it with you and I think car I think you'll understand why I got very excited reading the story. Okay so I worry is from me. Yes and this was told to me by a lady that I used to work with over fifteen years ago in a little town of pool called Kirby and it goes like this so this lady was in half fifties when we worked together and she would into the power normal ghosts etc and. She knew that I was because I'd asked her if she had ever had any go stories etc things like that and she told me the story that her mother who believe if I remember rightly she set dementia and assist us to on occasion. Drive to their father's grave in one of the cemeteries in Liverpool at this particular church Recall the name of it but it's a very old church very old cemetery and they used two semi regularly to go and see the dad's grave one time the go visit the grave and then as the leaving the cemetery. Now you'll be aware when you leave a symmetry in a car you go in about five miles an hour. And that's the leaving down this gravel path of the cemetry. The mother start freaking out in the back of the car and his sister. Who's in the passenger seat? Ten rounds to mother us into what? What's wrong then? The sister ten John Looks Out of the window ahead of them and she screams and grabs his sister's leg. Who's driving the woman who's telling me the story and says slow down? You're GONNA hit now. The woman was telling me the story who was driving. She can't see anything outside. It's just completely straight road out out of the cemetery hit hit the brakes. You're GonNa hit this thing. But what are you talking about and we should stop my only slowing down so the woman thinks you know what? There's nothing yeah I'm just GonNa put me I down. Get off this path so she puts a foot to the floor and then she feels like she hits something. Although there's nothing there on the car felt like it was going through Jelly. It was really slow and the woman. Assistant put a hand in hand. This point hit it. You hit it but there's nothing there she comes out. The side of this like Jelly environments should just driven through and the car kicks back to life like a Jig jugs forward Sushi slams on the brakes and stops throw panicky now so the sister raises ahead out of a hands on looks ahead and she goes. Did you not see it? She says see. Wah says there was like a seven footer book figure in the middle of the road in the Review Mirror anyway. The mother's not in the call no more. The mothers sat in the middle of the road and she'd wet itself to get out Govan. The mothers explain what's happening. She's really bewildered. She doesn't know what's going on the last thing she remembers. She sat in the back of a car On the just put back in the car and he said he'd never talk about it again in just a penalty however head and assistant did talk about it more detail later on a few years on on the sister said she recalls in the psych seven. Foot tall black robed figure with like long alms unlike skela face almost like the epitome of death bought the driver of the car. The woman who was telling me. She said she didn't see a single thing however she says. It's the spookiest thing that's ever happened. It's bewildering thing. That's ever happened. Because her mother genuinely. I want to say what's what's the word that she just trends. There's a wet for coughing dissipated as the call ended up in the middle of the road leading out to the cemetery and he told me that. And it's books talk with me because it could really visualize it and to them when onto of the stories which may share another point but that that story and yes you'll understand now well will soon understand why I've just told you that story. So that was that story now. Bekker's Balmy the spooked. Now say that story is always remember it. It's very visceral and very terrifying but it's also very far fetched but it's always talking me brain now Beckett. Got Me this book for Christmas Fifty Christmas. I'm not Christ for my birthday. Cold fifty life goes stories. And I'm going to read you out a story from this book now. Okay so this story is called the Russian ghost. I saw a ghost while I was away on holiday. In Russia I was travelling by coach in a Party of Eight to twelve others. We'd been traveling most of the day to get to the town of Costra Mo- in the golden ring outside of Moscow. The countryside consists of vast expanses of Siberian Silva Batch and forests. As Ned. The village I noticed out of the wind of on my left a graveyard standing next to a grave was what I shoot to be a woman in a black cloak who was a widow mourning the loss of a husband. It was strange but not unusual to see this. I noticed that in the graveyard was an orchid of cherry trees. I did nothing too much about this and looked away. I then took a glance again over my shoulder. I said look back. Through the coach window. The figure had moved and was now stood next to a low wall on the wrought iron gates at the main entrance. The figure was ominously toll looking much more toll than normal and took on a threatening presence or shape. I noticed that there was no face in the hood of the cloaked Vega. Far More disturbing though was that it seemed to be watching me and it's hands were arrested upon the top wall. I got a glimpse of its hands. It was not human. The hands and fingers on them were very long over meath at in length and they were skeletal long and bony as I continue to look back at it. A school appeared on the hood and to. Orange is look back at me and grinned me looked away instantly and did not look back as I figured that it represented death. I thought I must have been imagining things so I tried to put the whole thing out of my mind and get on with the rest of the holiday. One thing that did strike me as odd. Was that the graveyard completely rundown and overgrown with long grass. No one have been there months maybe years. So what was this figure doing? I did not think too much about the incidents at more or less forgotten about it. Two days later I arrived at a new hotel and sat down to eat dinner in the main restaurants along with deal the Japanese guests as I ate. I looked up into the corner of the restaurants and it was decorated pots and antiques. But what drew my attention was a large would carbon by a Russian artist of a figure from Russian folklore. My blood chill to the bone for there was a coughing of a hooded. Figure a man who looked like a monk. His eyes were black looking and the arms. On the figure will completely outstretched. It's fingers were long them. Bony an at least over a meter long comparatively. This was exactly what I had seen in the graveyard. I knew then that what I'd seen was indeed real. That didn't say who that stories from because it's just part of book but for me. They are too far too coincidental stories. The only thing and this is obviously an effing stupid statement to make or is it. A Don't know the only thing seems to make sense is. They've bussiness similar sorts of data. So I don't know you've had just a as I have if you've read open goes like I think we all have the you'll have seen that often there's a thing called allegedly called the graveyard guardian. Which is the first person buried there? That's meant to look over the allegedly them into be like a benign Nice Spirit. This doesn't solemnize spirits at all especially if it's got the ability in the first story to physically out of an object and place them in the middle of the road bought it was just the description of the two things that ran a red story. I gotta Shiver respond because of what I've heard the story before but have not heard about it in Russia avert about in Liverpool. Don't know it just really got me thinking about like you know is some sort of like all the say that there's like Ethel spirits which are everywhere the like water if you like. They've always been here. These SORTS OF ARCHAIC. God like sort of spirits. If you know what I mean. I'm really explain this badly. Honor bought you got what I mean. It's terrifying and the fact that there was such synchronicity between the two stories. Rarely shook this week. And I've been dying to tell you that because I think it's pretty far young and I hope you agree. If you've got a story a story about a giant lanky shadow in a graveyard. Do let me know or have you on similar. Let me know because if it turns out that this is as much of a trope as the hotman or and then we could indeed have discovered a very our very own supernatural entity here on. We need to talk about ghost. Wouldn't that be great be terrifying anyway? Let's have a mid twenty awry then mid binds on midpoint. Esten Meinen housand. So me and Becker talking to speak. And we think we're going to start releasing some madge. Yes and what I mean by. We're just GONNA knock together about five t shirts. We think with different designs on worn. I think I'll try and put a picture of Al designed it and I think it's dead funny basically you know what's that Rap Film something competent. His bowl you know the way. It's got like a black white and black sort of logo whatever it is what it is It's not as Germany Point Party and I love it and I'm going to get made so we think we're going to start putting them on. The website for sale may as well so that that information would of course going to have the fourth quiz. This coming Saturday. Eight o'clock do send your questions please. Sumit's already have remember that it's a bit of a general knowledge type thing so we don't need to have them about paranormal activity. But it'd be great if the are you know come see come saw as would say shoot in eight o'clock on facebook dot com slash. Talk about ghosts for that one as ever we do need your stories to send them into contact at talk about ghosts and we will read them out because that's what we do also a big thank you so everybody who wish me a happy birthday this week. Yes it was my birthday Monday. Gone and Idol Lovely Day as much as you can have a look today in kind of lockdown territory. But yeah either absolutely delightful got some lovely gifts got tickets to go and see Hoffman half biscuits who are a phenomenal band in February of next year. Yes so I love the Dan. Thank you very much sincerely for all of you. Lovely message that you send through didn't have the time to get back to each everybody's name politics for that. Oh also if emailed us we. This standard for podcast. We're like we're ruining like about maybe a four week behind schedule thing and that standard. So if you don't respect rights away. It's not that were ignored. You'll find that you'll get one us against your email because he only tend to look at them. When do the shows are not because otherwise? I'll lose on in like like a read that one. No I haven't I just said and because Sunday generally when do the show? That's me Admin Day for everything to do with the podcast takes a full day for me to get in and sort everything out and to do two shows. Yes this on the Patriots won. I hope that you all well hope that your phone as much as you can have in this situation Lordy Lordy. That would be great. If you were just take care of yourselves. Be Nice to each other. It's hard as you know what I've been feeling really emotional today. Don't know what it is an did stink. I'm going to say this on the Paul cost and then for no. Don't be done new. You know what Saudi I am going to say. I'M GONNA say is this. Think about this pearl of wisdom from me because you know who am I right. Now as you're listening to this this is arguably in terms of your friends and your friends and your current family. It's as good as it's going to get generally unless you're going to have babies or whatever and extend your family but the people are basically what I'm trying to say is the people that are alive in your life. Now think about right now at this minute. The everything's Okay so when you finish listening to this give them a call just realized that the nice that you're in another that's a strength to say realize the Nice that you're in but decided after a finish these two episodes so I'm going to do. I'm going to send a little text or call me mates and family and just be like all right now. No one's dying role okay. It's not going to be like that forever. But right now I need to take a step back and appreciate what I've currently go because it won't be like a forever just that's meant to be a positive message but bloody ellena Sam Morbid. I didn't mean it to I do apologize traffic the good out of that if you can. It's true thing. I'm really trying to be very grateful today for that. I'm currently existing. Anyway I should laugh the coffee. I think we've established that fact so after this little jingle part now we're going to go back to the show back to go stories on this time. The reader submitted stories. Which I think all the best. I think we can all day. The bride is a gentleman. Did Point did point. German MIDPOINT DIVA and. Let's get back to the show and we're back now. I listen story comes in from Antony from New York. Yes and he started this email with all of thing where he's offered to put me in such a Jerry from the hillbilly horror stories. Podcast which I think morally in touch with him. Bought anything you can do there at me. Thank you very much. Also share with us a story and his story goes thus I would like to start off by saying that. I'm not sensitive nor do I have any cool paranormal powers. But I've had a few encounters with what I believe to be ghosts. We go back in the late. Ninety S I went boxer college in Boston. Which is a very haunted city. This particular time my then girlfriend and I had broken up and I was working on getting her back and we went clubbing. And drinking since we both had a few too many. She let me sleepover up. But I was banished to the couch with no exceptions. After saying all good nights she went ahead room and now into the couch. I was really sleepy when I felt a hand on my chest thinking that it was hair. I kept my eyes closed seeing where this would go after about two minutes. I heard a woman whisper my name and felt there breath on my cheek. It struck me odd because it wasn't her voice but I thought that maybe I misheard because I'm so tired and still a bit drunk. I opened my eyes and there wasn't anyone there so being that big tough guy. He says an invented comments thought I thought I was. I ran into a room and jumped on a bed when we woke up the next morning. She asked why I was in bed with her and I explained why but she didn't believe me in the slightest. I that this isn't just like some sort of ruse. We are going to listen to this. Podcast he'll tell you what happened. Honestly it was a ghost. That's why I was in bed with I convinced we should go out for breakfast since it was such a beautiful Sunday morning after we ate. I wanted to stop into a small Catholic Church since the masks was over so I could say quick prayer. She sat in a Pew whilst I said my at the altar rail as up to leave an old pre showed up out of nowhere and the first thing he jokingly says was all you to hear to get married to which she replied with an angry. No the priest goes on to say that she should forgive me because I was really sorry for what I did and he was sure that I learned. We thank the father and left the church later that week. We have lunch in the same area and after eating. I wanted to go back to the church and make a small donation. Let me get to the chat. There was a younger priest there. This time who I asked about the older priest because I wanted to thank him because we got back together well. After describing the older priest the younger one informed us that he had been dead for a few years on room to show himself to people who are in need of solace or a pep talk. That's just one of my stories and take it for what you will but that's what happened. Thanks for your time Antony. Wow thanks on. That story is amazing. Amazing and I hope he's did stay together as well but I accomplished their live and in the flesh. We've actually got a story with a young priest. An old priest people with we need to talk about goes Bingo cards. We'll just go to full house. Thank you for that but that is terrifying. I like the idea of a elderly priest. Ghost just being like did you try and get in bed with her. I think he sorry. He doesn't seem like a path Nano. He's like a legit guy out in the. Yes just off you going breakfast so I'm glad that that worked out. I'm very glad that you got to see a ghost and it sounds petrifying so please send him more of these stories. If there is good as that one I promise you I will read them out right. Let's get some more okay. Our next email comes from Emma toppin. You may recognize the surname. Because Emma is our Admin Matt sister yes and she writes. Hi Kevin. Hi My name. Is Emma my brother Matt always bangs on about your podcast and says he's centrum stories to you immediately. Went to listen to what he told you and your listeners hoping nothing embarrassing thankfully there isn't anything too bad in there. Though hardly mentioned anything about either of his sisters or brother the ungrateful get a WHO family conflict. That's what we like on the show. Okay now this will go in with your story from here. I was also surprised that he didn't mention what dad did for a living when we were kids. All was an engineer for the navy for the from the late seventies to the ninety S. This meant all four of us went to different schools in places like San Francisco Portugal Japan and so on depending on where my dad was stationed Matt brackets. The youngest of four was quite young. Only cared about his guitar and cartoons. He was never interested in seeing what was outside. Me and my sister would often go exploring and see what was going on near to us. Our oldest brother. Jamie would hang around with Martin. Mom We were looking around an old church nearby. Lille Noor Penny. It was a beautiful day in the sun was streaming through the trees. We approached the rear of the church. It was beautiful. Baron behind the chats. There was a large clearing no gravestones all or anything but there was a cliff looking out to sea. We approach it with caution to look down and taken the view as we look down a calm female voice came from behind and said Cathode deary. We both turned around and there was no one there. Not a soul incite now. Two things about thoughts is the firstly. The voice was English and we were in Portugal and secondly there was no one around to say anything nobody in the church near the window hidden beyond any kind of Bush. Essentially there was nothing to hide behind. I tend to my sister and she looked just as shocked as I must have done. I didn't even need to ask if she'd head she just bolted. I followed when we go home. Quick the normal until memoir happened. She told us that. That was your conscience telling you to behave and not to be foolish. A very typical response from our Catholic mother. And I'll just say Japan. They're being from a Catholic family myself. That does sound like a typical Catholic response. It's like I was saying this tobacco the other day we were that God us all had the same that whenever we will laugh in children and this is just a typical like Irish Catholic doom and gloom if we ever uncontrollably laughing as kids at something she would say. It will all end in tears. We like a now as another thing an locks. Uc's happy children says you're going to be fucking clients. She didn't aggressively she. Just be like a lowland in tears. You know if you couldn't get your breath laughing anyway. God bless you Catholicism so very typical response from Catholic. We decided not to go back investigate. In fact let's stay well away from churches and cliffs about four or five days later in. The local newspaper was an article about the cliff edge collapsing a few days earlier. You can see where this is going. It was the exact area that we were looking over behind the church about five meters deep of cliff line collapsed a hundred and feet to the beach below. Now all non hadn't died at this point in fact no woman in our family had passed so I have no idea who this voice was. My guess would be a guardian angel but I must embarrassed my little brother. He wants tried to scare us. Kids by tapping scary sounds on a tape recorder and then playing it behind the sofa where no one would see it. But matter ended up scaring himself with his own tape. Thank you and you let me share my story. I'm sure they answers freaky as matthews per- personally they were me. Also lifting the PODCAST. And you're my podcast I've ever listen to And final ready. Thanks Anna no thank. You am a lovely store. While it's lovely story you know it is lovely in fact that arguably a go sti has saved your life quite literally. I like the fact she said Catholic Day. Because if anybody watches like me and Becker sat through I forgot what's call now. It's Robert Carlyle. And and he plays Rumpelstiltskin. What's it called once upon a time in American series about like fairy tales but he plays Rumpelstiltskin aunt and in this strange accent. He says Cafo Day outcast spell so maybe it was rumpelstiltskin doubted. But no thank you for that story that tariff in a lovely way though so as anyone else got any of these stories where you given a warning in your ear. Because I'd like to hear about them. I'm getting rarely rarely rarely into my belief levels ago up is what I'm trying to say and I don't know the way I'm not going to the word you've heard this. In lockdown people are having the we streams because everybody's subconscious is trying to do something therefore everyone's haven't quite visceral dreams and it's a thing. Apparently now I wonder if that's also why my belief into to have gone through the roof. I don't know but whatever is causing I'm living. It's so yeah I do want to know. If you've got any stories about goes that of saved a life some way awesome. How did not have to be based on a cliff by all means if you want them to be they can be send them into contact? Talk ABOUT GHOSTS DOT com. Okay then guys. I think that'll do it for this episode. I'm just going to read out some lovely correspondence that we've had and some reviews. Yes let's do that in fact why I'm rambling on rambling episode. This one. I do apologize. But we've email from our regular correspondent Lucy white who sent us in a link for. Hello newspaper I. She likes new. And it's very interest in once again so basically this grave in Somerset and although we've had lockdown and people aren't being able to leave the house flowers fresh flowers keep appearing on an apparently some circle photo of it to show that these flowers have been placed there. And it's one of these strange religious religiously sort of sites and it's not the first time. Apparently that the flowers of his appeared on the spot in Dartmoor during unlikely circumstances is in February this year when Devon was being lashed by extreme weather more flowers appeared at the grave. This despite flood waters pitched running around the famous mound folklore. Say that the flowers are the work of the Piss keys who out of sympathy tend the grave throughout eternity now. This grave itself is the last resting place of lady named Kitty. Who was a suicide victim? You start of died in the late eighteenth century and it's become a well known landmark on Dartmoor and it's a subject of local folklore and several ghost stories. Yeah back in the late eighteenth century and often baby was taken into the poor house at Newton Abbot. The go was named as was the custom with the surname beginning with whatever the letter. The poor house had progressed to in this case J. As many common names are being taken. The Baby Gal ended up with Jack as her full name days. The word Jay was also a slang term for prostitute so the Christian name of Mary was added And a team. She wants a Kinda farm which was located. I would say Madison which is where it believed. She became known as Kitty not long after that she started to receive the attentions of the farmers soon and she fell pregnant. She was thrown out to the farm and left with a reputation. Kitty knew only too well at once. Word got around. You'd never find employment in the area and only the prospect of returning in disgrace for the poor house remained tragically kitty. Jay took the only other option amas pound in one of the bonds. That's terrible the customer. The day was there. Any suicide could not be buried consequently grounds as so. They had a crossroad. The stake driven through their hearts this to ensure the rest of so of the department could not return to hall or God fearing mortals. It set a dark figure can sometimes be seen kneeling beside the sad. Little mound with bowed head bowed with a bowed head and face buried in. It sounds pretty interesting. The main phenomena associated with the grave. Kitty is the daily appearance of fresh flowers on the grave. Nobody's ever seen leaving them but no matter what time of year that are always flowers. Posey's or greenery sat on the lonely mound. What an amazing little folklore retail so when the show say so. Thank you for setting correspondence in guys. If Lucy in fact if you got some lovely stories or little tails local flake fluke con speak Kevin. You need to slap yourself in the grid our local folklore restore than do send it in. Yes contact talk about ghosts dot com and I will make sure I read it out in the meantime and in between time guys. Thank you for being so lovely to download the show. I hope that this is out somewhat and we will be back next week with full and proper episode. There'll be a couple of we don't need to talk about throughout the week. I must reiterate. Could we've got a few emails as well from people say? Can you get back to telling stories? Pleased about dislike reality TV programme sorts of stuff. It's not reality TV. Ask sorry guys. I appreciate what you could imagine that if you if you subscribe. And therefore D- shows download t feed the ones mid week are just an attempt for us to do something and also just a bit of another thing for people to listen to so they can get through. This lockdown the not going to have ghost stories. And and that's why the call. We don't need to talk about ghosts. I completely get it if you're not into them because like I was saying to someone the other day I mean I of Brennan for example but if Brennan any started doing cookery show. I probably wouldn't listen to it because I want to listen to go stories so I appreciate if you're not listening to them. The thing is a lot of people are on the firemen some comforting than because of what's going on so if you don't want to you don't have to. You know these are free. There's no you know you don't have to listen to. But but yeah. I don't know what else wants to say about that. But thank you for downloading this and do in next tune in. Because it's not ready. Download it again next week and we'll have more scary stories in the meantime and in between time take care of yourself and each other. 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Boomer & Gio Show Podcast (7/2/21)

Boomer & Gio

2:48:38 hr | 4 months ago

Boomer & Gio Show Podcast (7/2/21)

"Kim jones how the hell of you've been how are you. It's been since maybe the day after thanksgiving. Maybe did we work together this past year right. Maybe i don't remember think that's possible other than that. It's been forever. It's been a long time as well and you as well. Have you been all right. everything's great. Yeah everything's great. The mets are confounding. Because they like when you know oh a team can't hit you hear that all the time they go into a slump. They a few of their big guys. Don't get the job. The mets truly cannot hill. Not at all it's amazing and then degrom has to be perfect. And most of the times he is last night he was not gear may have is in the back of his head and you know like the road runner be able to change on a dime and go backwards to third base. I mean i understand. That's where the play was. That's asking an awful lot of a guy who actually has kinda done is part of their problem. Germany's been good i. It's just it's very frustrating to watch both teams for in my opinion very different reasons. It is very frustrating to watch the new york mets. It is inconceivable to me that that team doesn't hit. It's interesting the game in and of itself because there's a lot of things from the game that were that had a lot to do with the end result. You had the star by the first inning. The three runs and the fact that they did. In the fact that riley hits that pitch outside corner mighty may slightly off the corner at one hundred miles an hour and he tenny a beautiful piece of heading takes it the other way Was like wow. You got the gram there. Then you got the lead off double and single second and third nobody out and he. That's when he starts the run which is chose degrom like he strikes out the side. I believe it's three times. It was eighteen consecutive set down and he looked like jacob degrom. Now i'm happy that they got him off the hook because deserves to lose that game and in terms of your may so it's funny. I said this is chris before the game starts with the triple where your may misses the tag beautiful slide. I'm not gonna. i'm not blaming him but it's interesting that game starts with him and i agree is in the back of the headman. The thing that's interesting about that last play as a couple a if the ball doesn't hit lugo because of the shift lindores right there to touch second base ending over and you go to the tenth. Be lugo can sit there and make all his gyrations after the play if he wanted gear. Made your mo- your may to go to third. How about you start pointing. Before he makes his break on the ball the help him a little bit more. Because you made the right play. Yeah i just think you're asking too much of a fielder. And the greek whether the pitcher helps and i'm not blaming i'm saying goes going to sit there and have a problem with. He's wrong. your may made the right play if lugo wants him to go to third start doing that immediately. Not as he's about to throw the ball the first. I think these pitchers are under you. Know every pressure in the world to not give up anything you right because the offense can't hit you're right you're absolutely right. I think there's a lot there with matt's I don't. I'm not sure. I have a lot of confidence in them watching them recently against the nationals and now the braves and i feel like they played the braves of bunch lately. So maybe they're halfway finished with them already or you know who knows but It's not a good matchup. No they don't match up very well with the braves and the the idea. The bats go is quiet as they do is just. It's got to be highly concerning how to a team. That is is fairly easy to root for other a fun team to watch like rohatyn i i think he has a feel for the game is and then someone You know including behind the glass is gonna say well. We make some mistakes all make mistakes. Baseball managers all screw up. We just fixate on the ones we see all the time. Sure they all screw up. But i just think that rojo's if you watch his zoom calls. He usually has a reason. Usually it makes great sense. And i do think his players and it's funny to say this about a team that doesn't hit. I think you can see that. They respect him and to some degree they take on a little bit of his personality which is a little bit of a bulldog when it comes to home plate umpires if you listen to s and y broadcast. They always talk about that. You know that rose really gets on the guy sticks up for his guys and last night. Some of those i mean i. You know how we're not edging towards the automated strike zone. I have no idea. I don't know why some of them are long embarrassing. Really embarrassing mcgill his last start atlanta. I mean what are we doing. That one was shaking all right but that one was shame i agree. That one wasn't just you miss them. That's embarrassing that one was shameful kid that was him and not to go off on this tangent. We don't need to but to your point everybody's like what are you gonna do. You need a home plate umpire. You still have them to me. It's this isn't a hard. They just make the call that there helped larry simple buzzer in the right pocket for a strike buzzer in the left pocket for ball. And he's still makes the calls and he's there for plays at the plate every other responsibility but this way you get it right you have the technology someone screws that up because in the moment he miss that will happen. That's gonna use no question. I'll make mistakes but it will be a lot less than what it is now. The other part of that is if you're not going to do that. Get the damn box off the screen. Then because all you're doing is making them look even worse now. It's interesting because there are some that make them look better when they actually call a ball on a ball just off the plate. The problem is when you throw a strike and it's a strike and they're just standing there. I come on and it does. It can change the course of game shore. So but i agree with you there when the mets have no margin for error. No now they have no march. You know dom smith hit two home runs. You know you almost wish. It spread them out and saved one for for the yankees series. It's just it's confounding to watch a team that that is likable and has the best player in major league baseball. Yes but need more. No but you need more. But they have the best player in major league baseball. Who is absolutely remarkable. But it's only five days out. I know i if linda was that guy. And he's out there one hundred and sixty one hundred sixty two games. They'd be in better shape. The problem is that best player in baseball can only do it once every five days and when they don't win you gotta wait another five days for him to get out there and it's a problem. I feel bad. I really do. I feel bad for him. I love that. He loves his team. You know there are people that think he should want to get out of here because they don't win and they don't support him. He loves this team. He's not going anywhere. he's one of these guys that he's not a not me. I guy but my god. I mean at some point. He's got to go home and just like get no help and again. I'm glad eating. Get the loss last night but he does have to be perfect and he almost was you look at that second inning on. I mean it was magical is not the right word because they lost the game. Grandstanded oppressive masterful masterful control of that game. The he takes control of a game like a quarterback the great. That's what i love about watching him. It is his game that was uncharacteristic in the first inning. And i think that's probably familiarity with the. I don't know how often they've seen him now. But you know the and it's in atlanta and everything else going on but Yeah they they limp into a subway series that the yankees took yesterday off. They had the rain out. That was predictable. I think given the weather report. I guess within ring because it didn't right but that's they predicted it was going to. So they took the day. I get that but you know now you wonder how the yankees go go into this series when when that's a team that has you know some fundamental flaws to it honestly including maybe a character flaw to. I mean. there's a lot to get into the. I've done it on my my weekend. Shows there obviously a lightning rod for calls on this station. That's not why i do it. They've they've deserved to be talked about And criticized lately. It's mystifying to me You know when. I know how said would he said words or whatever but the the way they perform the way. Some guys just aren't available to do. Essentially their jobs is amazing. So you've been around long enough and this is a question we've been going back and forth with i've done it with my brother even Guys i coach with and because all baseball fans you coaching. Yeah eleven years going to get into that time. We don't now we really do when a guy so a guy like judge was not in the lineup. The other night and then lose the game because judge wasn't a lineup. But when you go up to that game and you're like where the hell izzy right. Is that a decision that is made by him is a decision made by the front office or is that a decision made by the training staff saying hey he's played a bunch of games in a row. We think it would be smart to give them a day. It would not surprise me. If it's all of the above. I will say this. It's hard for me to believe. Aaron judge walked into aaron boone office and said i know that you guys think i need a day. I wanna be out there. It's hard for me to imagine that happening in them saying no erin. So you're saying he didn't do. You wouldn't expect him to have done that. Based on the fact that he wasn't an alarm not sure it's even conceivable he did it and you know i know he had played a lot. He's played a lot of the sure. I understand that it's been hot. It's been incredibly oddly. Hot and rainforests humid basically. I understand all of that. But you know and also the way we all looked at the show. tiny start. It didn't turn out that way things that we look forward to often donut. Feels like we can't always have good things. But here's one funny thing about that. Game yankee fans probably find nothing funny about the game which i understand. I gave up on the game jerry. I don't even know what time or which rain delay look. I truly don't know and didn't know until yesterday afternoon lost. Because i had an engagement yesterday morning where i had to get into the city and something that had nothing to do with baseball. We do here had nothing to do with that stuff. So i missed it. I figured they want. I figured they won going away. Why wouldn't you think is eight four. I woke. I fell asleep during that second rain. Delay and i should not have been up that late but we have games and stuff like that so i get home games in a rain. Delay my father's no way. They're finished in this game and if they do i think at the time. I think it was seven. Four gardner hits the home run to make it eight four that having been said i went to bed. I did not. I was not. I didn't think they were going to finish the game. I figured they were gonna call it. he's win. I turned three o'clock update on when i get in the car. And here bob buechler. And he's going into this whole thing and then he goes and then things turn like. Whoa they what they they lost. And then i got in here. And i watched the ninth. Inning is like my god. It was painful to watch. Because and i don't know if it's the spider attack. I don't know if it's the lack of the pie. Whatever these guys use but all chapman is a different pitcher and the other night you know yes. He hit a hundred a couple of times but are all this chapman when he was dominant earlier in the season was hitting one zero one one two on the gun and was blowing. The ball by guys pinpoint control his la- and i give i give us a ton of credit. They put the graphic on the screen the last thirteen times. He's pitched he's been awful. And the walks are through the roof and watching him his fastball. While atop down at one hundred did was consistently at ninety six and he couldn't throw it for a strike and all i can throw that stupid breaking ball which they fatty which they hit. And that's the hit that What's his name heffer homerun could wash. And that's boy. They don't even think k. cone o.'neil john and susan. I don't even think listening back. They even contemplated the fact that that game was going to go beyond that ninth inning. Even as he's walking even walk. You really didn't get any sort of sense that they were in trouble still but boy when he falls behind thirty guy he did now. The third walk border. It was a ball but borderline pitch protocol strike. Three and a full counts. Could have those that. You want streak. Yes and and you know you're probably not going to get that but it's all sleep right. It's not the way it should be. But that's yeah yeah and so it was almost it was at that point like guys bases loaded here and walsh's homer is coming up. No the i know boone didn't come out to the mound until after he gave up the home run just came out with him out and then limpkey comes in and sets fire on the rest of the game is he was not good so no i don't i just I don't believe so. I don't think anyone will not to talk to. I can double check that. But i don't think so i thought it was. He's out there. This is our guy we're going to let him sink or swim and he just never found it and gives up the home run and hours it. There was a graphic. I think it might have been on yes. Garrett cole starts have been dramatically different compared to april and may earn different. And you can't say that about two. Graham no no i mean. It's so interesting. Because when i came in i was talking to lopresti in his first thought was so. Were you thinking anything first inning. Right and i said no i was in the reason for that was ground ball. That alonzo almost gets. It's not like it was a gap shot and the home run. That was hit. I thought had tremendous movement and i just thought he did a great job going with the pitch and then a little bit of concern with the leadoff double in the single but then all of a sudden he kicks it into gear so while i really didn't think that way at all last night in the first couple of innings and that hasn't been the case he's been good. I started to think health though last night for him. Yeah only because he had hit his. His season still has been really bizarre tastic but there have been no starts and stops. Where you with another player. You might say Maybe it's neck up more than neck down people who say you could obviously make that assumption again. I think the graham deserves the benefit of the doubt that there was truly some things going on he was able to dodge anything serious may because they did pull him and maybe because of the way they did take care of him in the way he takes care of himself between starts. But i'll tell you there were a couple that's went to me. The mets season was already like on its way to unwatchable. And there's not even a reason to watch anymore if you think about it. You've got. David peterson again. Macgill's been good. I'm not talking the kid you know you had a really deep starting staff. Now you've got peterson and mcgill. That are right now in that rotation and hurt and has not been good. Either right peterson. Yeah peter's sides. He left the game. The other side soreness or whatever it is if they lose the degrom you're at the point because even stroman left at one. Start off early early. If you lose one of these guys like what are they. Now right and god forbid it's degrom you'll at least you know what as they're trying to hang onto first place right now. At least you know every fifth day you've got the they're right but it was dic- there for a couple of starts for sure and that to me too. Goes back to what i said to you about. Judge or asked you about judge. You almost wonder what the so you go into the dugout. How you doing. I'm all right just on my shoulder a little something. Get him out exactly. I don't know that he's asking the come out. But it's almost like they know what they have in him and they're not gonna take any chances. Well that's why shifting a slight taking a slight shift but not a huge one. that's why when lugo came back and people were enraged that he didn't go to innings very early on either his first or second appearance back. I you're crazy you're crazy if you think they're going to stay to seth lugo. You're so good we're can leave you out here for two innings right on four pitches saying yeah. I agree saying these guys are too valuable. These these pictures are like you know our investments was they've gotten big contracts yet or not their investments that teamed to protect and grow the not abused and say. Oh yeah. you're good now. They're not good. especially aver. Injuries are so prevalent ago covering the yankees and getting to know dell in baton says. i'm not. I'm not aware of anyone who wouldn't like delon. I mean he's a great great guy. I haven't talked to him in years. Obviously but you know look at him. He's a giant of a man has an enormous arm. Obviously that's someone. I would have thought he's gonna be ticketed for a years years years in the major leagues have a great career. And he's so big that he's gonna have times when he's absolutely unhittable and he's had a string of injuries. Derailed they'd have completely derailed everything for him and shutdown. He'd surgery right just a couple days ago. You know a lot of different things friendly but but in general you know. Look at that and say that's great news. No you you know he come back and you hope so. But it's been a long road for him. Now each morning show with boomer esiason and greg nadi boomer and geo will get your subway series calls in throughout the course of the morning also christie akard from the daily news at eight on the yankees. We got mike puma at nine in the post on the mets. So it gets you covered. Plus we have got one handsome summits. His name is chris wearing look behind. Wfan team store gear. That's right where you can also get and you can also get the ball t here you forget about the out. The selling mug is still only another month or so. Yes jerry warm-up show mug a disaster the one with you're saying sure. I don't know about that. I do know they sold well over five hundred of them. They're mass producing them. Because it's a hot item. Hundred did yes. And two weeks. Allen jerry mugs token jerry. What does it say on the monk. What does it say. Remind me believe in yourself. Because most people let you down and then else's right the model the warm up show wait a minute wait wait. I need hit rewind a little bit hood okay. So there's there's wfan gear shirts and you can order that online. I'm sure you can show specific shirt silkair on there as well. Okay morning show afternoon show. Yeah i think it's wfan team store dot com. Is that right. That is correct. That would sound this great shirts. So you an al decided to do a morning. We've the morning warm-up show more money the warm up show very mug. I'm sure it is ma. Yes and who decided on the sane. I submitted a bunch of sayings and clips to jess in promotions. And she picked us jerry jerry. Jerry's known yeah well sort of but what actually say. I'm sorry i believe in you because everyone else we'll let you so true and then houses right. We do the rest of the show on. Jerry's got a lot of these. What seem like morbid thoughts. But he's very much a real morbid though. That one's not that is one that you need to face and understand before you can really really go on and jerry's tamer. I agree tamer. Thought they did but it is know. Listen there are certain people in your life you can. You can count on all shaking. That mug is i might have to. I don't really need a mug with look great saturday morning. Mary's coffee. Yeah about a you on there. You go nice. Offer all right. I would make sure i do that. Car he'll kind of could but that's okay. I'm mean it's my mug on you. Don't say you say you don't need a mug that you have many or you're not really you don't like to drink out of a month you don't drink coffee tea occasionally but not enough not enough. Maybe you just displayed in your home. I mean well it is something. I have one hundred percent. Believe it right. Maybe i'll put it on my bookcase where the separatists figurine formerly was. I threw it away. The garden gnome. I threw it away. Well i what was this big. Yeah i mean it was very the garden gnome home. I throw it away because he stole the fog machine from the mets. Not that not that. I throw it away after watching this. Mets team absolutely support each other all the time. Listen they can't hit. They can't hidden tests but is used to be able to hit so who knows but they can't head but they at least are a group that you can really see rallying around the lindores has been great in that regard. It would be nice if he got some Run-scoring hit snow too. Much seven of those in. I don't know but esprit de corps with the matches at an all time high. So i'd dump cesspit. I gotta be honest. I just was like i just. Why don't we has done. He doesn't represent what i believe in bad vibes. Dog does and they also have a looking at it. Some pretty cool shirts. Actually one chris's wearing is really nice. And now there's i didn't know this was available. A subway mosaic t shirt which is really cool and todd subway tile shirt so wfan teams door dot com checking out a lot of stuff and there is a warmth show shirt coming out very soon feature another jerry recco. No no. that's both no buzz. Okay so you'll see it's coming out in the next week. So i think all right very shirt that would maybe not sell that much but the weekend warriors like chris more. Jr sport breeze near donald. Jody absolutely me. I if you submitted it. I think they would do it. Like they're looking for ideas weekend crew they probably sell four or five of those shirt maybe more absolutely. Let's get on. This list is amazing to. I've learned something at six twenty nine in the morning. I like that. And there's i would say with all the shirts and they've hoodies. They have the mug. They've oh couple weird things to which are kinda fun. No i don't mean that direction What i mean by a summer hat which i would not have expected but is need a summer hat. Yeah summer vibes. That's got the faa logo on palm trees in it. But it's like a bucket hat on your base baseball. It's cool though a couple years ago when we were at facilities and stuff for. We'll be there again this year. Thank god but i did something for the browns in house interview or something and they gave me a bucket hat. Those things are awesome sun and everything. Now it does. Say cleveland browns. I mean i. I don't worry about that if it was very nice of them but yeah those are great really do help you with the sun and nothing helps you with the so. You got the summer in you. Got the winter. Kathy mug if i wore the bucket hat and if somehow we got that weekend fill in t shirt walking bill. I would be all that girl. Ask for nothing thank you. It's jumped at nothing. I agree you get better than that. That's right right. Christopher brought you home serve the best call so healing terms not wrong his in home services. Nyc dot com are. Let's enjoy it right. Another struggle for the met offense last night. Jacob degrom was on the hook for the loss until dom smith blasted a couple of solo homers including the game tying shot top of the ninth. But then the bottom half without the ball leaving the infield. The braves would rally against seth. Lugo be good if we had the pot up. That'd be good. Three two three bottom of the ninth bases loaded two out down the reigning national league. Mvp coming to the plate on a night. He's already struck out four to eight in his career. Against louisville freddie hits the that's gary cohn on s n. Y. a four to three final loaded. And help himself. He threw away the ball on the topper to lead off the inning. He tries to really you know. Make a hero play as he said later. Throw a bit of a big pocket you that is though probably it could just be a mess up. Obviously but to be really really sophisticated about describing. It could be a mess up some language but it. Also these pitchers now no you know. There's just zero margin for error. Ever 'cause they're never going to get six runs to you know to support them but even more than point. Let's not throw the ball camera guy on second base and that's that's going to be a roha thing now i mean ross is gonna have to you. Know he's going to have to rally them a little. I mean i would think the manager would do that and explain you trying to do too much He's going to hurt us. Even more doubt so that quickly put the winning run in scoring position than he's got inciarte day down. Oh to with that to me was it. And he ends up. Walking sets up the freemen at bat. Here's lugo on the final play though and his emphatic. Gesturing towards louise. Qr may at thorough strana yell at them. But you know it was pretty loud out there So in understand stuff to here and you know it's tough to you know be able to make that reaction in real time but that's just the way it goes. Luistro did admit he too was yelling from the dugout to step on third for the forest but he recognizes. It's a tough spot. It all happened so fast with the game on the line committing into make dodi play so he's is not aware of where a kuna is is. Not where where. The baseline is coming into the ball. So that's where it's just a tough reefer. Louis when commits to the ball tough break success. Unlucky yes yes. I'm like again. The ball goes through enduring. Didn't touch a second row house last night on a couple of occasions. I can't find them at the moment. But but i watched the post game. He definitely said a couple of times his player should have done something different in this spot. It's not afraid to kind of call it like we see it right which i like. I'll play it for you later. He was critical of lugo for the first throwing away. Can't do that dante before. All that you had graham getting touched up for three runs in the first something. We're obviously not used to. Seeing including an opposite field home for austin riley so to ground comes into the dugout gesturing at james mckenna throws his glove again. That was interesting. I thought ceelo. I know him. I just so excited to see green you. I why i'm here to interact. I'm glad that you got to that though because at the time. You've kind of thought. Oh exactly under online drama here answering ken. that's what it looked like visually but not the case tip my hat to riley over there Came in. I was really frustrated. I said the james. How did he hit that so he just say you know blanket right. Yeah yeah i agree. We didn't but you're probably right. Yeah and he did. I mean it's a fastball. And you basically just flip it over the wall in right field so you can't doesn't react as if to defend themselves so clearly. What he said is true right. Yeah i don't think would get on. I don't but i think others would. That's why it was so underground like the look of it. And then he goes out in the second first and third nobody proceeds to strike out the next three ends up his outing with retiring. The final eighteen batters face faced fourteen strikeouts. He's incredible that good at anything. Anything walk as he pitches like really something else is ends up with no decisions of the mets drops. Two out of three to the braves. It is it's appointment television pretty much because you don't know how long it's gonna last. Yep my dad was the to blame by the way he's a yankee fan he's like yankees are off me. I never really watched a ground. Let me throw it on. I any gives up three runs. Sure enough he figured you know what i better turn it off. So he did and he and my mom decided to watch a movie and i texted him later. I'm like you must have turned it off because he's on a roll sharon all. That's the case so met fans you can. You can blame my desk for the loss. Four out of five overall for the mets as far as the losing goes in heading into the subway series part. Once you had mets and yankees from the bronx whether pending though 'cause this forecast rain thunderstorms leave weekend. It's not good. That's not great good rains one thing thunderstorms no and so the memorial day we all wear was here yes and like two weeks before it. I started to think like memorial day. Weekend and week prior was gorgeous amina those can be listen longer shows when people are all outside all enjoying a holiday. Frankly i caught a break and now july fourth weekend shirley i think is gonna stink as well. Thunderstorms yanks wounds yesterday. Following the wednesday nights way saturday and sunday. Yeah we'll have to check you out. No one does weekends. Like i do see there. You go shirt. Does weekends like kim jones anyway. Yankees yesterday coming off the wednesday night lost to the angels. Bleary eyed. aaron boone. Back at the stadium yesterday morning like eight hours removed from the aroldis chapman meltdown. I don't think awful night is maybe doesn't do it. Justice right i mean. That's the ultimate tough gut punch As difficult a loss as you can have in the regular season and We we wear that just listening to him and watching him and the look on it you could tell they needed today and they got it with this rain which was a little you know they. They called it early and it never could've played right yes. It didn't rain till five o'clock. It kind of backfired o'clock you wonder a little bit about that whole game. It'll what eleven thirty in the morning pretty much. He's right before Steinbrenner spoke so. Yeah it was about eleven even earlier than that so now the makeup is mid august. Which is a tough spot for. La travel wise. Because they're going to be used. We talked about this morning home on the west coast. Come here for one and then go to detroit. It's not terrible right. Oh same time zone. But they're flying all over the place for the one game. It's just the way it goes. Rest of the day was about. How steinbrenner who zoomed with the media from the teams tampa complex down there in florida. First things first justice. Brian cashman said the other day. The team struggles are not on aaron boone and his staff. Nobody's working harder than the coaches and You know the players the most important thing to me always any given year is at the players. Respect the coaches believe in the coaches. And that's absolutely the case but the team isn't performing then it's then what's going on is beyond stunning. I mean there have to be reasons for things. Yeah so to me. It comes back to the scene harder. I mean i'm sure. I mean i mean the one thing i did like that. He said was how what he. What was the word he used to play here. Well he's a lot of various at one point one thing about the them not being watchable. Well we'll get to. I've got a million how free throughout the course of the morning. Space a little bit. But the part. I wanted to touch on hereafter. He basically you know excuses. The coaching staff a little bit. Is you know eventually the players have got to start forming. And he's not going to push the panic button and start firing people as his dad might have and that was a theme yesterday. We'll get to that as well instead. He put the players on notice a little bit. Whether it's the responsibility of of inconsistent offense or bad based running etcetera that responsibility lies with the players. They're the ones on the field and he says they need to get their act together. They need to fix this problem They need to fix the problem because everyone including fan base rightfully so has had enough quite frankly It's enough which you know. I thought that was pretty good. Measure guy who's leader. Among yankee player is going to fix the i think you just hit on the issue with this team. Right now. read gardner's considered the clubhouse guy. He's hating one exactly. Whatever it is. And i said this when he was brought back i believe at the end of february because i was on again the weekend scenario. He was brought back because they knew they had a of player driven jer ship. That is one hundred percent why they brought him back. It's hard to lead when you're under two hundred as a hit you're supposed to be a spot store playing more than he was supposed to pinch hitter. That's party act crossed into position when he's twenty five not at this stage of his career and i actually feel bad for him because he he has struggled all year. Long the most part other other highlights from hal session. They are blending analytics or sports science as he likes to call it with scouting and traditional player evaluation. He believes in both and he said he. Brian cashman or in lockstep on that and he is willing to go over the luxury tax thrush tax threshold to add a player who they feel can make a difference and help them get back on track and he referenced. The tanaka signing which wasn't in the middle of it was. I think his point was coming off of that. Was the two thousand thirteen season when they went into the offseason and looked at the roster. He said it felt. We weren't good enough right and they blew past the tax to give tanaka that big contract to bring. It was odd because that does not fit right. I would agree pitching matchup tonight. Jordan montgomery opposed by taiwan walker. Pregame on the fan. Six twenty five with the yankee rain out garrett cole gets pushed back to saturday where he will match up with stroman. That's a one five first pitch. And then you've got michael. King and tyler mcgill rookie sunday evening. A seven o'clock star. Clint frazier sent for tests after leaving. Wednesday's game with dizziness. There was no update on his condition. Yesterday and david peterson will miss at least one start for the mets with that right side. Soreness that he came out with From my guests. That was once as game as well yet. Another injury for the met pitching staff to deal with nba. Play-offs the milwaukee bucks a win away from joining the phoenix suns in the final one can burn some time now all day crossing driving into the lane lob to lopez one eighteen one. Five thirty two for ted davis box radio. The former net thirty three and seven boards around and doing more than hanging around helping walkie beat the one twenty three one twelve in game five so he stuck with a stepped up with janas out. We mentioned he was doubtful. He didn't play sabbath. The andrea as detroit yard talked about. Maybe he'd get back out there. He misses the game for atlanta with the bone bruising. Foot and other hawks go back home facing elimination at trae. Young injury was was odd. That official never move if you watch the replay. The official is where i have to presume. He should have been and never moved. It wasn't like somehow he was impeded. That was a very strange step very long. Yeah he took on that and they're paying for a deal unfortunately been some strange insurance mantra players throughout the and they're not they have not been aside from the harden won a lot of them have been on some of them have been the whole stepping on. There's nothing you can do it. But not i mean the kyri was perfect example. Well you know. I'd imagine you guys you know. Make it into this more at some point but the nfl did find the washington. Football ten million bucks as a result of the league investigation into the team's workplace culture. And i guess. Dan snyder anton now is going to take over the day. He's going to the. What was the quote on the stadium. So yes and there was a long statement from him. I know there was a backlash from the folks that were representing the employees. Who felt that they were wrong. Didn't think it was enough pocket. Change right ten million for football team that when your time at a billionaire. Yeah what would be enough. You know and billionaire. Tricky spot for sure. How many times over i mean all of the owners are. That's all i got it l. Give as a nicer. Thanks for that was not actually but thank your free shit. Nice to have you here. Today are each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo terre and yes this songs on my ipad. My to party miley. yes and i. I was not even aware of this song. No joke yes until craig did tom coughlin. Boy yes and then. I'm like i like the song pretty good. I'd never heard of it before. And that's going back to two thousand twelve. Maybe johnson was among the players back in the day. Who used that song as walkup music. I believe his was because his little daughter lodge and there were other players to some of their was. Wasn't there one player to the whole baby shark onto guy in the nationals. Yeah harare that's right so you we've seen that for sure that's a good one now. I like that song. Yes that song no doubt. Here's jimmy and uncles. Ville with kim and jerry on the fan and cbs sports network. What's up jimmy. Jimmy egg guys just taking a straw rainy one and listening to you guys in You know i'm old school yankees guy a fifty one years old. Watch them in the seventies as a kid. You know through the whole nineties deal and all that and it's just like teams just lacks leadership they land intestinal fortitude. You know like nobody on the team. You know it's like there's no motivation you know and how you know said the coaches are doing everything but you know. It's up to the coaches to lead to motivate the move that team off from whether you know and i just feel like they're stuck and they like keep expecting somebody to do something and they just don't get it done and when and when they get slapped in the face like they did the other night. It just demoralized them and they don't know how to react to it but it's very frustrating as a fan you know especially when you know where the organization came from you know about defense at stuck around to watch that implosion in the ninth inning. That's the amazing. 'cause that game had two rain delays. Yeah two of them. Okay i again. I gave up on it in part. Because i'm pretty sure i fell asleep though i definitely gave up but but i also did so in believing this is this is salt salt this away. This this is. I was just stunned in how they gave that up. Even if trump is bad you don't expect them to go four ones right in the ninth inning and otani was was listened. The home plate empire did not help otani on a couple of games right right but he was while he was he he just. That was very surprised. I've never seen him pitch. That was very surprising. Obviously that's not how it usually pitches but that was very surprising to me. I will also say this. Those home runs. He hit guard like meteors. they are fun. They are literally fireworks. I realize how tall he was not literally fireworks but the baseball sunday right. He's a gigantic. And i know we get a little goofy with all this stuff. But of course we're in your hitting and that's why we're that's why we're here and that's why we're spurs fan. You're hitting balls harder than stanton. Yeah it's impressive doing a little more for your team to buy that one to me isn't that is an indictment of every single person with the yankees top to bottom in regards to just bring him here or having him. Come here. the broncos player. You can't do anything about now. Right in derek's happy about that by the way thrilled derek's put he played in while because the money but he. Mvp level there. He doesn't he didn't can't function heroes. An actual as baseball players. Don't understand own either. he's not thirty eight. I agree. I've said all of that. And more on my radio on the weekends jerry. I don't understand how stanton doesn't into aaron boone's office and say i'm playing defense today. You gotta put me in there. I'm not going to hear of anything else. I wanna help. I can help. I'm playing. what rayfield yeah. Because now all of a sudden a day off for judge can be d. h. Ing or sanchez has gotten hot is incredibly or anyone else or just gives them flexibility or just. How about this do your job. I couldn't agree more paid. Go catch the ball. This is not football. It's not hockey and it's not soccer where you're running up the floor now. You want to tell me. Oh quick bursts okay fine. They're world class athletes. You give her come on. He's giving you nothing but at bats now so if you put him on the field and he gets hurt. You really haven't lost a whole lot. I understand his bat can can carry a team. I understand that. But you're really hamstrung no pun intended by his inability to do anything for you except swing a bat. Strikeout waiting to happen. It is fast. And it's one of those i mean he can get on a streak though month. There's no question he can also while you delicate one hundred percent agree. I also don't think it's a great example. You i know that there. That's an iro line but that's who the yankees are going to be now. Yeah we'll pay thirty million a year thirty million a year to take you know a crack at hitting a home run every game. 'cause you're going to have four at bats as long as you're okay to play that day. That's what it is is. You're not in a nationally park at least for this season gone. And if i'm paying him that much money. I want him. D. h. one hundred sixty two games can never gonna check cashing the check. It's direct deposit. I get it. How about having some pride. I'm sorry i don't disagree. All of that is not okay and they think it's fine right now. It is over there. now it's a very strange operation. I agree here is joe and sloan kettering. Who knows a little bit. What's up joe. How are you. Kim jones right. Hi joe how are ya you remember me. I do remember your voice. How you how you doing. I'm up here Get out today. They have me up there a couple of days to some blood transfusions. They took my kidney out. You know i'm doing all right. I i miss talking to you. Work with jerry jerry recco. Who's fantastic go. That's a good man. Very nice if you say. Hey what he wakes for rutgers i do yes yes so i used to go watch them play when i was a kid. Nice very cool. I watch the yankees now. And i see what they're paying these ball players. When i was a kid i was started teen years old. I grew up yankee stadium and it cleaned the bleaches before the game. I got twelve bucks a cleaner bleaches after the game got another twelve dollars and then the game. We just hung out and Batting practice they don't hit the ball onto the bleaches. And if you didn't troll the ball and there was a coach that number to franken. Okay here i think is of course. Eddie frank concetti and yell and scream. This was baseball. We grab the things. Go outside and fifty cents a piece. You know what i mean. Listen you know you get up and go over the guts. Get a couple of hot dogs. You get a hotdog gonna coq them for fifty cents but It's it's very nice to talk to you and I'm doing good. I'm doing all right. Just places kept me alive trees now good. I'm glad you're getting care. And it sounds like your voice is strong and it sounds like you're feeling pretty well. Let me tell you something. I told you the last time i told you i had a lot of four. Am's in new york. I mean i built myself a long time. I've been straight for seven eight years now. But i'm just saying that new york couldn't kill me and 8-ranked couldn't kill me. This can't thank kill me now. Have i have some shows this weekend and through next week so you call back anytime. Okay okay kid. Do join the subway series all right. Yeah subway chevy here. Yeah i'm gonna get called. Tv and get on a train of watch out for joe. Thanks for checking in men really keeping. Yeah does that is something one more before the break. This diego and east meadow. What's up diego. Hey kim and jerry. Oh yeah. Good morning diego curious on your take because to me was let's be serious. Cashman has been on the helm since ninety eight. I really don't give him credit for those late nineties teams that was you know the predecessors before him and then won championships and two thousand nine. But i think it's time for a change like when you look at the people that he's bought in all the bad finding year after year like he's got too much credit for the rebuilding rebuilt. Been a failure you know. They made it a couple of times to the championship series. That was about it but when you look at his history what he's done with that kind of money kevin brown jason geom- be stanton he just like it does not work out and i think organizationally evade just need new leadership. Someone new and new philosophy like completely rebuilt from the top. By until you know it's funny for me diego. I'm torn on cashman. A couple of reasons. A he spends the money he's given. And i think in a lot of cases makes moves that we all like at the time. Sometimes they work out. Don't you don't know when you're bringing in giancarlo stanton that he's going to be what he is. Because you watch one dimensional buffalo pretty much the sticking around for. I love stability but i also understand. Sometimes the time is right for change. So i am completely on the fence. If you told me that the yankees were going to start over now. I don't know where you're starting over with. That would have to take a deep dive into look who's available. I don't know i'd say okay. I can see it but if you also told me listen this is the guy we have won a hell of a lot of ball games and we are season every year. I get that too is a to me. It's a really tough call to make and he'd be out you know. This may not matter yankee fans he'd be out of work for five. I agree so you know. I i do think you can question. Some of what cashman has done. I also think that somehow there player evaluation has failed him. Brian cashman kenny. Evaluate every single player. No should he be evaluating the big ones of course and i'm sure he does but somewhere along the line and the yankees love analytics somewhere along the line. They have missed on who players are. That's one reason. I love the combined. Jerry i love the combines so much and you get to meet i get to meet players on the floor of the combat. At least i have. Who knows what we're looking at in the future. But i have a and that has helped me shape my reporting in some cases of those players as they continue to be drafted and then in their nfl careers and example ryan ramczyk who got an enormous one million dollars contract from the saints ryan. Ramczyk combine few years back. Do you know what the question about him was. Does he love football because he had gone to a couple of different schools including a vocational school. Not not the usual path for an nfl player. Who's going to go to college. But he had gone to. I believe he went to a college. Vocational school back to college then found his way to the saint who prob good for them about scouting projecting great job by them but the question was does he love football or is it just a good football player. And that's what held him back from some team. Well clearly he's a great play you know. He's a great player in today's game. I mean when you're an offensive lineman at that level. That's a great player but yes he loved football. But you're worried about something that you should have a conversation with him about as opposed discarding it because you think that might have hase and i just feel like in player evaluation. So many are mistakes are made because of some sort of an omission finding the answer being determined to get the answer I don't know what he would have found about. Giancarlo stanton a few years back when they made that trade. I don't know but it's going to hamstring them for a decade. The company a long way to go a long way to go baseball's two stats driven. The whole heartbeat thing has has passed them by. Yes right seventy eight by the morning show with boomer esiason and greg nadi boomer and geo i. Don't we get some baseball this weekend. Because the forecasts. Thanks but if we do get baseball at does start tonight at yankee stadium. Certainly looking forward to that all the action here on the fan by the way mike is. Do you know is going to be aaron. Boone today right with carton. Roberts friday if you could check that forming. I'll check you. Normally i based on the bumps and there's nothing in there right. Okay well things are all different right now. So who knows anyhow We do have yankees though. I believe it's usually gone yesterday. I would not think so. It turned into a day off. I wouldn't i wouldn't think so. Not sure so either way. We've got mets yankees couple more calls. Because we've got a lot going on. We're going to have a christie acrid on talking about the yankees at eight and then nine mike. Puma talking about the mets so we can cover both teams for you. Here's roy in shelton with kim and jerry. What's roy how are you. Hey good morning gene. How are you guys today. this is the thing that you were talking about stanton now. I'm going to be one of the yankee fans and said i never want them. Only because of his contract. I thought he was a great player. So okay we got him. But here's the thing that kills me this vacuum over here we. We were bringing hall of fame. Baseball player moved out about it. He had a great arm could could feel their any hit bombs barong nowadays relegated. I mean first of all his injury prone but he's really dated to just getting three bats a game that's about it and it just kills us now well. He looks any clogs. The d. age for sanchez. who hot lately conceivably. So you're gonna have a game this this weekend i assume where garrett cole pitches saturday right cherry cola saturday afternoon. Yes so he will have his personal catcher. hagi and sanchez will sit. Yeah sure well that that's part of what we're talking to as opposed to putting judge in centerfield and stanton and you have them all in the lineup at the same time. It is fascinating though. Roy when you look at the numbers and to your point like bring over a hall of fame type player and this is where we talk about not watching a guy every day because i i didn't watch him in miami i saw when he played the match right for sure some inter league stuff and i wonder how streaky he was there because the numbers are hall of fame numbers but boy since then the first year with the yankees he did play all at least hit one hundred and fifty eight games thirty eight one hundred okay nuggets not what it was the year prior when fifty nine hundred thirty but still pretty good i mean i think that's that's okay. It's fine nothing. I mean really nothing since then when you look at an injury. Ravaged nineteen last year was what it was and you look at them this year and he's funny he's fourteen home. Runs and thirty nine. Rb is nothing to me feels like nothing because if most of that was in a two week span they say that teams take on the personality of their manager or coach right. Yeah generally speak. Yes you can kind of see that with this yankees team. This is aaron boone. Aaron boone as an analyst on. Espn was a really good He was really good at that. There is no way aaron boone. The analyst would look at this yankees team the way he talks about this yankees team on zoom all the time. There's just no way. And i don't say that to be unkind. Say it because it has to be a truth. And you know aaron boone. As recently as a few days back. Because i talked about over the weekend. You don't lauds his players for their compete. Which is not the proper use of the word compete by the way which tries me. No banana exactly what you mean. It is not okay at this level to say when when our eyes can show us differently at times by the way well. They tried hard. I mean try. Hard is for what you're doing jerry in coaching. Literally right. you want those players to try hard to believe you want them to learn the game the rules of the game. You want them to have fun. I hope of and you want them to know. Learn about winning. Not the i want them to learn about winning the and maybe how to do that but absolutely handle losing. They're going to lose a at times in life. They're certainly gonna lose in literally baseball. So you know. You're talking about a guy in aaron boone. Who was is largely likable. He was always very nice to me when i would see him at at yes when he would do. Espn game. so there's no personal issue there whatsoever for me. He is absolutely lost when he is the mouthpiece of a yankees team. That sometimes looks like it could really care less well but isn't that not every player but now this is the bed that they made though when you got rid of joe and i remember sitting here that that fall when they decided to let joe girardi go after losing. But joe called out gary sanchez. I know that my that's exactly my point is that you got rid of a guy that was taking charge and was holding guys accountable for a softer. And i don't know what goes on behind the doors. But i know what i see publicly. It's a completely different personality. And this is what you wanted. And now you're dealing with and it's not like they haven't been relatively successful. They won games. I agree when it gets bad. Looks bad though. This is a team that's got a big payroll. I'm the first one to say baseball's not about payroll even though we'd like to think it is. You are spending a lot of money on guys that need to perform better. They are nine games out in the al east nine and early two games over five hundred like they're not a good product right now. They're just not in the two games over five hundred. Might be more surprising to me than the nine games out. In some ways. I suppose was about halfway mark of the season. Yes you are kind of what you are at this right. I mean it mean. You can't go on a run we've seen. We saw the mets and fifteen anything's possible. Always but right. Now you've got a really good sample size of what this team is right. Bothers me is how they go about it as well. Because i think they largely earn what they get. Sure that bothers about me was you know. I don't want to go back to. When i covered all the time but like a lot of this stuff was not okay. You know. we'll get him next right. That's what it feels like. I'm not saying those guys have that but watching outside in that's what it feels like damn lost another. Okay joe in bay ridge. I don't think he's a boon fan. What's up joe. Hey guys I love you can listen to you. Any dated wisden but left to be able to buy a bit more. So thank you my putting this. I'm not blaming. Cash into the yankees. I i just think he built the team based on a long ball in a game has changed So you know. Unfortunately the team now has to adjust and it's a good segue from what you just said because you'd lie karen. Do you think it's time for a change. Because if i see another thailand is first and second. They can't event events runner or second third in kansas score. I stopped watching. Thank god this basketball and hockey. Because i stopped watching 'cause boy so i do think that it's unfortunate. Time for change and blue may be successful manager elsewhere but were not blaming any cash. Because i think that the rules have changed and now we manages to get these guys to play somewhat of a different game. And i just can't accept the fact that with the major league baseball players dust. Everyone can against. And if you don't need to be out of the game or a the joe good call really good call. I thought joe used an interesting word. They're boring. I've been i. There's there's no one. Who can quibble with that because he's right boring teams yes. We do dreadfully. Except i it gives you that that feel good he does. You know we've got the greatest guy in the in the game moment you know once every five days Boring is something the yankees would never have put up with. And it's not going back to george necessarily. It's just. they were never boring. There's always been there have been lightning rods. Literally you know. Alex rodriguez is one of the bigger lightning rods ever in sports but Alex rodriguez for sure. But but even the other parts of those teams. And i know you can't go back And i don't want us to but the yankees boring was never. Were never two words that you would say in the same sentence and this group is in part because they look like they could take it or leave it jerry. I don't wanna guy to do the water cooler thing like paul o'neil. I don't want someone screaming and losing his mind and teammates having to restrain him. I don't want that stuff. I want to look at you in the batter's box and that means everything to you in that moment and honestly you rarely do that. With the yankees one more thing jer. One more thing that bothers me. And i'm gonna be if i'm a lone wolf on this. I'm okay with it when clint frazier the other day couple game. Several games ago couldn't pull off a bunt in part because he doesn't know how because he hasn't been asked to bunt since what way double a. And on yes afterward not getting on those guys certainly not making it personal by any means but afterwards on the post game it was essentially like what will he's not gonna ban he why we've accepted that these players not know how to play the game in full that they are playing professional. So let's go back to joe's call. Tame has changed that all of a sudden is not a requirement anymore. And we're chins okay. Not for me and we're also to forgiving as whether it's fans or the game itself now that strikeouts just fine as long as you hit a home run once every nine tended bats. You can strike at eight times good just long ball once in a while. Because that's more important. Or or. I love this one cake up at out. Can we've got a guy on second we can't give up an out. We got three shots to get him in rather than try and bunt them over. You can win on the raise. The raise last week win on a wild pitch in a game. They were almost no hidden. Why get a guy to third. There are multiple ways you can win. Not if you're gonna leave the guy sitting there at second by the way the yankees don't have many games left against the raise. And i stopped getting the baseball package Couple years back and then obviously last year. I certainly didn't get it I'm almost tempted to although to watch them partly to watch the raz. Yeah but to watch some other teams well. My options are generally mets yankees and there are seasons where i'm one hundred percent find. This ain't no it's tough to just watch those two teams at this point. But what was i gonna stay about the. It went right in but with the raise. The one thing. I'm looking forward to seeing and they do at least have i think two series left. Maybe against the yankees wander. Franco has come out. I know now. I think he had like an owen. Sixteen after maybe hitting run is i is i did and then i think he had a little swoon. That happen but he he's pretty. He's pretty remarkable process. Believe sell. I believe so and like the i was reading something By mark top can who who writes who has covered the race forever. I knew him when back. When i was covering the yankees and he you know they're getting more security on road trips. Rays can probably travel for a large part just as we would but with him. They're having to make these these other arrangements because he's such a big star such a great prospect. I wanna see him the team you would. I would suggest mb tv. It's twenty five bucks a month. The quality is unbelievable. Watch any game and want you this. Show where i'm coming from. I promise you. I'm sure you can watch that. On all of your device salsa phone or tablet the computer a smart tv and telling you it is outstanding it really is and they used to get the extra innings package. That's on tv. This is for all the device. Cheap at twenty five dollars a month. I really do that are watch it but yeah they've cleaned up. I've always had a big gripe. With how many commercials they throw a and paying twenty five a month and then you get a lot of. They've really done a nice job. Now you can skip every ten seconds. You don't have to wait pitch the pitch. It's great it really is. Could we take one moment here. There we go of silence because we have you have indicated and you have informed us about the one thing rob manfred has done with success. This baseball season is great. You just did. You just did. God's work when it comes to baseball i praise for rob manfred guy who can't wait for his pitchers to you know. Take off the hat and unbuckle. The belt been struggle but that halfway. Mlb tv's right incredible. John is better than any other a league. So much better about everything the morning show with boomer aside you sit in gregg giannotti boomer and geo. That's friday and that's fabulous and plus going away tomorrow. So that's even better. You're in a good spot. man countdown. his on. I've actually seen you'll vacation. I feel bad. i don't. i've enjoyed the week. Although the whole wednesday thing with mark was a little. It was a little depressing. Although i thought we had some fun with him nine o'clock our guys did great with him. In here and nine o'clock craig came in so put him out spot a bunch yup and plus which is really crazy heard more from mark in the last couple of days than i have in twenty interesting which is okay and he got. So how about this. This is cool. And we'll get to chris We got mark the the morning show. We got together and so we said like a couple of weeks ago. We need to get him something. Okay and i said to al like like what are you. Get the guy. Am i getting like a gift certificate for dinner for him and his wife and so i came in and as boomer i said before i do something for mark are we doing. We got it. We're doing something like okay great. I don't know what it ended up. Being but i know this i believe it was lime when boomer takes charge lord yeah he sent from all of us. There were four gifts. He said yes. A gigantic basket of meats from cigarroa. And i mean 'cause boomer sent them to us to like six months back. I mean a gigantic basket of also mark really and immediately. I was gonna ask that long beuys beef. I really don't know but you know what you can put it in the freezer and you can barbecue throughout the summer. So good for him. He loves his gummy bears so boomer found a place that's got this gigantic bear with gumy's then he got a gigantic box of chocolate and then we sent his wife flowers. That's nice. I mean and more could not have been more thankful because they were. They came in separately. It wasn't like one big thing. He's like wow guys this is really something. Thanks so much and then another thing and it was really nice to see him smile and boomer took care of all of that. Yeah we all are you all handling the nice yes. That's nice of all of you and it's nice book and you saw the plaque. When you walked in mark chernoff we have the studio. Yes newsrooms chernoff and take this home though. He must've forgot. You know to be fair. He was getting pulled in like not sure went on all. The shows almost in maggie carton and robert did a couple of the network shows as well. He's taking pictures we should kissing. Babies should yeah. Yeah by the way while we're on the topic. I feel that we should all sign it and send it to him. I like I did catch this just before. I fell asleep last night. As i was drifting off with the met game on gary cohen did take a moment to say some nice words about mark and we'd like to pay tribute to men whose careers came to an end yesterday to different fields. Who had a huge influence on our lives. Mark chernoff program director at wfan finished his tenure. There yesterday mark Boss again for years. Fantastic boss really helped create sports radio as exists rubbish mark. All the best mary. Nice and the other gentleman. I think he was honoring. Was i believe a washington post columnist. So he did take some time. Yes legendary there. You go sorry. We're here mark. Is the topic. So i was right. Yes so good job by gary. That was during one of the video reviews they were doing. He got that in there and the the updating so very nice yes all right. Let's get to it brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire. Nobody while the braves beat the mets two out of three down in atlanta including a walk off in the bottom of the ninth last night which was set up by this to come in and he broke his back. Falling down and goes awry. Heading for second is heredia as the ball goes out of play and heredia will be awarded. Second date mary cohen s and wiping the winning run in scoring position. Jeff mcneil as i watched it back was not happy. He was slapping his glove and frustration when the ball went on to play. I only bring that up because you and were referencing how. He was annoyed when he was grounding out earlier in the he wears his emotions on his head of all yes he's really struggled. I mean really struggling yes. She is so the braves eventually loaded the bases following an intentional walk to ronald kuni junior and the traditional walk to enter in say lugo not able to put him away despite getting ahead. Oh two so. That brought freddie freeman to the plate. He had been old for four with the golden sombrero. Hits the hard grounder back at lugo off his other leg or foot. Karim's luiz georgi. Orme who tried to make the play at first not in time so game over braves win four to three in general lugo on taking the loss without the ball. ever leaving the infield as pretty frustrating but You know that's that's the sport for you know you make bitches but you know sometimes just under your way. His thoughts on the first play the ending where he throws the ball away the little topper towards the third base law. I thought if i made a slide and kind of a sidearm throw. I might have had a chance but You know. I got a pretty big divet. There took a big chunk of grass out. So you know Obviously i wish you would have helped the ball. But you know it's it's hard not to give it everything out there in the ninth inning last. You know it's like you feel the pressure of making the plane. Spotting a little bit more underway hours from the guy goes to second immediate. Yes hurts. I admit that three to pitch very close very close very close absolutely get the day ended the game but again to me. That's what we were talking about before you kind of. Its too right away. And then he's all over the place. Right i agree very easily. Strike three to the tenth. I should correct myself. There tycoon ended the inning. Yes correct. here's laura ross. He had no problem questioning. Lugos decision on that. I play the bottom of the night. Tried to make a door die slide into it and i just think that he's us. You should just eligible. Yeah yeah loon say that tap dance around. It wouldn't come out that quick. Seven seconds would have been take out in the fact that it was a pitcher just if a player had away like that that the manager show read with an thought she should have gone the safer route there. I don't know that. Aaron boone said i don't either not that way it would have been you know trying to There would have been a lot of. Yeah right. I think the metal mess clear of the throat jonathan. Vr speak calm. He kind of grew into that. That role where i still remember. I think it was that miami. Didn't he get picked off. Third maybe in one of those ghost runner scenarios. Maybe we're kinda like but they ended up winning the game anyway and but he really. I don't know guys just saw used to watching him. Became like you just said solid consistent. More what a word. As for jacob degrom sorry my apologies. Three runs allowed in the first inning could austin riley opposite field solo. Homer comes off the field angry. He's gesturing towards james mccann but not upset with his catcher as it turns out literally shut us a how did he how did he hit that and he said hey you got to tip your hat and in turn the page. So i was just frustrating. The ball if the ballpark and he gives up first and third nobody out in the second but then from there goes into dominance mode retires ordered. Wasn't i maybe either way. They had nobody out yup retired the final eighteen. He faced he finished with fourteen. Strikeouts was on the hook for the loss until dom smith second solo. Homer tied the game at three in the top of the tenth. We know what happened from there. She do have the subway series with sound or no. I don't have it at the moment. But i will the cod like to hear the comments. He fired so he was asked about. The offense. just not doing much runs. And the quote was i'm paraphrasing. But something like. Don't worry after the all star break it will kick in the games matter. I don't have the cut in front of me. But i will tell you will find find the court for you. Okay subway series opener weather pending tonight in the bronx. Obviously bowl teams could use a series win pretty badly yang. Got the rain out of their series finale with the angels yesterday just hours after wednesday night's crushing loss in the ninth inning. Ralph chapin meltdown. By the way we got so wrapped up in that yesterday. Jerry the top of the ninth that. I never actually played anything from the bottom of the night. The yankees won the the they they blow the lead and then they come to bat in the bottom of the ninth at that point there crushed and the offense did nothing one-two-three. I happened to hear john's final. Call okay let me play that for you real quick. you know. i'll just play and see if you pick up and the one to struck came out swinging ballgame over angels win so in one of the oddest games. I've ever brooke as and baby. I've been broadcasting baseball for forty years. John's all we can. We hear that one last weekend. I'm going to yes. I wanted to play that part where john was excellent in the wee hours at the i did a tremendous job but i i i try and figure out what susan kind of mutters under her breath here as john angels. Something angels outswinging ballgame over angels. So angels angel thought maybe he for the angels but yeah what you might have heard their thought absecon. Oyi brought it to your attention. But i'm i'm thinking yes the angels guy. They deserve it good for that. It was a heck of a comeback. Easy you know. Start to that game. Obviously and midway through as i told you i gave up on. Yeah i mean. I just thought it was over. Plus i fell asleep. Here's the quote real quick from From dom smith and might puma. Who's going to join us later. He's one of the tweeted out or one of them. Sure others for the offense not performing up to par. I think we're in a good spot. I think after the all star break when the game's really matter will be fine. Oh really matter okay. They don't matter they do matter but really matter versus matter makes that quote for the gear enough for the stretch run after the all center. He's saying when they really matter. Okay why a team. That should be up ten games in the nfl east fair. Apparently games hit. I know all of a sudden. We're gonna magic really matter. They'll turn it off. I didn't you can either can't right now. They can't i hear you hear was Giancarlo stanton said they have no choice but to move on from the The rough loss against the angels and they have to move forward or else. The other option is failure which is leading the strike. Gone and do whatever saying you're tired from yesterday's game all the time. Now take take in the mouth and in this. Go to mom okay. It's an interesting way to say said at the end. I'm so take it to you in the mouth and in the school tomorrow. Hey there's been a lot of talk about punching in the face wrestling with the yankees to put things take the punch in the mouth and we're going to go tomorrow. Means that was offered beth right exactly. Yeah that's the credibility the right word. That's where he loses me. That's gotta sit there and talk. I get it it's hypocritical. Go play if you mean it. Walk into aaron boone office and say put me in the outfield period. I agree 'cause. I've had his numbers up. It's amazing right field. Miami marlins get. Let's give him tonight d. h. Okay fine you do it for tomorrow's game. When garrett cole is on the mound sanchez would sit and instead sanchez could be the da. I'm curious if they're going to do with with with gary especially since he wasn't gonna play yesterday ends up getting the day off and i know that they've been doing this with cole but at some point Just to get all your best players in the lineup. Is he going to catch cold some point. I know that boone's talked about that. A little bit here and there. I think evident craig of asked him about it and i think he said at some point. That's going to have to be something to this point but we'll see this. We will see real quick two thousand seventeen now no doubt in. She's interleague play. I'm sure there were some d. h. spots in there i'm not saying there werner for the marlins mvp season hundred and fifty nine games played seven hundred plate appearances field. You can't tell me you can't play right. Feel so we there. There have to be questions about this pointed questions at the very least to the manager. And when you know once a week or whenever stanton talks to the media he just talked. I guess so. Maybe you won't talk through the weekend. But unless he has a big game there have to be questions about this. This too big of a. This isn't some small part of the yankee season. At this point craigmelvin a big part of the season. They've been on them. They've been asking them. They have about stanton playing in the field. And what has he keeps coming back to. Which to me is it's questionable. He keeps saying well. You know he's getting. He's doing his workout there. He's ramping wrong with him. I it's not. I don't know that it's a question of what's wrong. It's a question of them wanting to prevent something from happening. But they're selling you this well. He's building up. we'll get to it. We'll get to it wall eventually. You're going to run at this point in glass at this point and we've been asking the question been saying now he's ramping up to it for longer than spring training right. so at. What point is it october. But yeah why would he required. He is a as far as we know healthy agree. Obviously he's donna. Where it's not a strength certainly does not to be an issue. What is the problem. They worry about the soft tissue stuff with them. I'm not saying it's right plate. You're not playing him now so play and if he gets hurt. That's the consequence sometimes of being in a competitive sport. They're very nervous about these guys. It's also we're just not gonna play him. That's pretty much the same reason they talk about looking with judge when he gets these days off. Is there something wrong now. We're trying to get out in front of something happening there like thinking. It's some sort of prevention that the more rest they give these guys a chance. They're going to get hurt It just it has not come to fruition and it's not like the rest of the team is killing it where they can right exactly pitching matchup for the opener jordan. Montgomery opposed by taiwan walker. We'll have pre game on the fan at six twenty five. Let me give you some more from hal steinbrenner. I thought he struck a nice balance sense the frustration. He did caught the players a bit as we heard last hour but also made it clear. He's not an overreaction start firing people left and right aggravated frustrated angry. But that's not again. That's not gonna push me into a knee jerk reaction to get rid of somebody that i believe the players respect wanna play for one win four there. He's talking about aaron boone. That would lead to the line of questioning of course about his dad and what he would have done. I'm used to it look. I'm my own person to me. It's a very justified question to to ever ask Because he was he was one of the greatest that what he did. And then you get the follow up from sweeney. Hey you grow up watching your dad operated impact your style of leadership to the point. Where you you are shying away from those kinds of decisions. What kind of decision swinging the decisions to fire people in season and make make bold statements things like that. He certainly did that a lot. I think what people forget is that Oftentimes didn't help didn't work And oftentimes by frankly. He was criticized for cancer interesting. Answer do you guys remember the myth of the george. I remember i remember. And then i believe would mike you. Mike would usually read them. Oh my god that that was truly radio goal. I remember that was great. Great ray times if challenged gotta run here. What was it was. The was the playoffs against the tigers when they dropped rod eighth and then they lost that game and then there was one of those misses the next day. That's our right. I remember him being dropped three. I remember that. Yeah i forget if it was the big wound up using. I think i think they lost and then there was talk about the game or the series. I think they lost the series. Yeah and then. I think the next day or whenever that series ended monday. I like four o'clock. My caliber of two thousand six sounds like thread. Rigas one for eleven with no rbi in the al playoffs and struck and stuck sorry in a prolonged october slump. Dropped eight a new job guys. I'm curious if though. Because i remember very killing them in that sounds right and then i pretty sure there was a missive on that monday or tuesday. After that i think if i if i remember correctly i don't know if i do remind thousand five said kim six six six. Yeah yeah. They lost the tigers seven in four the division series. Yeah i feel like passed away in two thousand ten correct sounds about right and i believe that was when i think that series was when you started to hear the story about time and he stuck around a little longer but it it was starting. It'll dicey at that one jury exactly so yes so now are actually one more year. If we forget girardi started no eight jordan one is. I started no eight now. He didn't win. The expectations were low because they were turning over the roster and then yes that offseason was cc burnett and to the right. We gotta run. Good job chris. Each the morning show with boomer. Esiason and greg thirty boomerang geo ve interesting has been home warning especially with the way the mets lost last night and the yankees didn't play yet. It's been a yankee morning. For sure as we get set for the subway series tonight so on that theme gary in colts neck with kim and jerry on the fan. What's up gary. Hey born in jerry gordon campaign gary i like i like you guys. I think you're a great team out there so know kudos. Thank you not knocking the other guys. But i really not come. It's all good. So i got it. Listen i i've been baseball player. Fan college ball. I'm fifty three years old. I just drives me crazy with the yankees. You know like you said before what happened to the small ball. What happened to anyone dropping a bunt. I just don't understand it. But i don't blame the coach. I don't think it's coaching. I just blame it on the players making all this money. God bless them all but they have to perform mcgarry. You actually. Gary you just send nutshell you said they. It's all about the money they need to get paid. Guess what you don't get paid for you. Don't get paid for bonds you don't and it's interesting in that the guy who's leading the majors right now. Home runs does not show otani. I'm not saying he bumps all the time but he will bunt against the shift he he will pull a bunch of drag bunt and get a single but you get paid and it's not i. It's not right. You get paid for home runs and sauce analytic driven right. And that's anti analytic Analytics doesn't like the bunt. Well i think the yankees still have a good shot is only nine games app but the crazy thing is the orioles are twenty three and a half games in there just behind the yankees nine games. I know you said there are only nine games out nine games. Nine games nyanza line. It's not just one team now. You're behind three and division two division. I'll tell you. I am pete abraham from the boston globe on over the weekend. What alex cora has done in very short order with those red sox is amazing. No one expected coming from really good team. Jd martinez by the way. He plays the outfield. Sometimes i'm not suggesting he's taught. Yeah i mean you know he he. He's not the d. h. all of the time. But they're really good. They're really good. And that's where you got to look at cora right to your right and you'll get corey. Look kevin cash. What he's done and we can use to do in tampa he's like a little pit bull like a like number grown version of i mean he's grown. But you know what. I mean like a smaller pit bull. Not the big one. But he fits that with that. Franchise has to have a moxie a chip on their shoulder. We're going to exploit everything. We can analytically. And they do they do but they also know They also seem to have an maybe this is also analytics driven but they also know when to get rid of players they know what trade to make there. They're very smart group And not because they tell us they're smart because their actions show their way mark and they went does how they your. Here's our pal. Anthony in belleville with kim and jerry. What's up and joe recco. Oh what's going on warning came. Good morning jerry. I so my head is in a spin with this iraqi team right now. How does he take up by. Four runs only brings them chapman and one of them. Doing what would you know. That was before before him was not remember right. Ready to tony's prior to. I mean what is in anthony if you don't bring them in there like what are you have them for. He hadn't pitched in a week. So i thought it was actually a really good landing spot to get back into the flow. You're up by four and runs. Go get three outs let alone. Not one oh. My god i. I don't understand the kilometer. i watch them anymore. I mean i lost for words. I can't talk for two years. I don't know if you remember the stick. They preach consistency well. You has a different lineup. Every night that is true. I you know what a interesting what say that again for the hundred time. You just said something. I think i heard if i heard right from john and susan the other night that they had consecutive same lineups is possible for the first time all year as i possibly right ellie i. I actually hear what they say here. That anthony helped me out with that. I thought john and susan said it was the first time say that i thought well tell you but yes i heard that i. I wanted to check it. But that's kinda tough to go back and check seventy games or whatever it is. I heard them say that. I was stunned. You're not talking about the same lineup for a week. The first time all year back to back games of the same lineup. That's bizarre. I'm trying to look at the The pitchers there were million pitchers. In that game Well and also that was the game because otani was so bad. The angels had the pinch it every time. Imagine winning that game like joe maddon had to walk to the mound to take otani out. He was screw thinking exactly thinking. Hopefully someone can give us long relief here and we don't blow out the entire bullpen as it is ten years but yeah he had to think that he had to think yes. So let let me use your seat. Here plane ryback now. They didn't go after the game. Two of three right. They did and then they didn't play yesterday. They gotta get on that plane thinking like right. Those are good series and get the bounceback when you're big big guy and a big guy in the sport and fails. That's the lift that that you know is probably hard to really quantify it. It's impossible to quantify. Frankly let me see so chapman. Go ahead and take a call here. Okay george in queens. While she looks up. What's up george going on. jerry came. Listen jerry to get great. Hopefully one day you guys have own show sicily great and kim. You don't know how much i miss you on. The yes network. Carbon the yankees. Nothing gets married but you the one so we miss your appreciate what you do Just a couple of points if anything Baseball the way it's changed. I think you know like for example. The player shifts. You know hitting you. No small no hit and run just something that i think. That's what takeaways from baseball and just about to go to the goal. Everything's changed with that. But i wanted to bring one name record from Bacne yankees dynasties sermon. Months hard working player of player that gave it all whether he was hurt or not and play for so little money and made such an impact. Not only on the chain but the fans. So what are your thoughts on that. Yeah i mean it's all different. Everything's different the mentality of the player. The money the players make the way the game is played the way. The game is analyzed scrutiny. Everything's different you know. There's d- can't say and i for every sport if you take the nba from nineteen seventy seven to now. It's a completely different game. I think the new york yankees. I understand that the going back in time and everything else and and you're right. Everything is different. But i think the yankees could help themselves with their fan base just by doing things that you and i have already talked about on this program. I mean i don't know the funny thing is. We haven't had a call this morning. Where someone's you know begging. Brian cashman to make a big trade or to bring in a big player to save the season or anything like that. Because i think even the disheartened yankee fan probably realizes the answers on this tita plenty of town you were just not getting the best out of frankly. Any of them at this point is that fair. I mean we could go player by player quibble with one or but generally speaking. You're just yeah. If you just in your head you go around the diamond. I think you're probably right about that. I mean luke voice been really good since he came back injury but he had that play against phillies. That was just a just a disaster play defense like he doesn't understand the fundamental basis which is a problem. no they don't run the based on their lumbering on the basis at time one rules on the basis but they there's a help yourself quality that the yankees are unwilling to take and again. That's something i need the answer to. And i'm probably not gonna get it. Well perhaps akard can give us. That answer gives us lots of answers so she comes up. Next each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg denali boomerang geo we are joined now by christie accurate of the new york daily news. Talk yanks christie. It's kim and jerry. Thanks for a couple of minutes this morning. How are you. I'm good how are you. i'm good. I mean i'm doing better than these two local baseball teams. I can tell you that they are tough watch. Were you there the other night late into the night into the morning. Yeah i was there would i. What is the feeling in. Forget the field and the players like you're watching that thing implode in the last inning. I mean what are you guys talking about in the press box not talking going on and i think after the first walk everyone was like oh boy Let me rewrite my story. I mean quite frankly you know we had had two hours of rain delays basically. I had written my story pretty much the first inning You know now. I take that back. I wrote it after the first rain. Delay because it's kind of about to mingo on and you know concerns about him going forward. How the offence carries them. And then you start to see it happening in slow motion and you're like oh boy here we go so yeah. There was a lot of talking going on. Everybody was curiously rewriting their stories. I can only the two rain. Delays is really kick in the pants cressey. One is an ideal as you. And i both know and and you know certainly more recently. The to is something that none of you deserve now. No one in life deserves to rain. Delays Yeah it it. It looks like a bad weather pattern. I'm actually kind of surprised. They started the game But i guess because of the weather forecast for yesterday they wanted to get at least one in but Yeah it was just bad all around. I mean bad and i. I think i left there around two to fifteen. It was just you. You're walking out and it's just like wow that was. That was probably the worst. I've seen in a long time christie. I if i can. Because i thought otani everyone died. Otani had such an impact on this series and it was awesome to see him as a viewer at home at yankee stadium. I didn't love a couple of the home plate umpire calls in that first inning. He was not great and he was wild. And i was surprised he was as wild as he was. I just thought though that game got hijacked early on. I thought for those of us who who like and love and love to watch baseball. It was really a bummer. But almost before it started. Yeah i mean there were. There was certainly some I would say it was not a pitchers Calls going on there but that went on through the night there was there was a three to call on. Chapman then probably could've ended things before i started On the second fatter but You know went both ways. It was unfortunate. He was not sure. I mean neither of them were sharp early on but yeah it was disappointing to see him. Get run after two thirds of an inning in terms of you mentioned chapman there. Obviously the night was about him. Because of the implosion. And i agree with you that i think it was a breaking ball in the three to pitch. That was either just off the plate right on the on the corner and they call for an did change the inning for sure He has been awful lately. And i know. Aaron boone is tried to defend it but the numbers are what they are. What do you see seeing him. Every night and the difference from where he was the dominant pitcher early to where he's been lately. Yeah i mean. He's one of those guys that supposedly get and i've seen this he gets better as it gets hotter and warmer and it was weird. I mean it was the first really hot game we had. We were in minnesota and he gave up to two run home month. Which i think is the first time in his career. They were to run homer. Game-tying a couple batteries. Like two pitches. Later was the to home with the to run over that one. Yeah and You know his fastball. Command has not been the same sense. And know i know that they say oh. There's been some good ones in there. Different been some shaky ones in there. That he's gotten through you know he's he's had to pull himself out a few times too. So yeah. see the fastball. command is just. It's not there and you know he's searching for it You can see he searching for it. Once he gets it you know he gets out there. I think they were saying yesterday. You know his fastballs cutting more than it has You know. I asked him point blank after minnesota if he was having trouble gripping the ball because that was right around the time they made the crackdown known that it was going to happen on the sticky stuff. He denied it The yankees have denied that he ever used anything but something changed and he was clearly dominant. He'd he i think he had one earned run in the first twenty three appearances. And i think a seven or eleven. I can't remember right now. But it's it's it's a dramatic change array in the last fourteen appearances over ten. Yeah it is it's It's brutal i mean. And he's you know he's searching for it. he's accountable he comes out and speaks But you know. That's i mean that's a big blow to the yankees if you can't rely on that bullpen. You invested in They've got they've got concerns. Kristie akard the daily news with jerry. Recco and i'm kim joan sitting in today Christie just to kind of stay on that theme. This has been a much to urge different month for garrett cole as well where i've seen some of the zooms and everything else but you're still very much closer to all of this than i at this point for sure. What have you seen or or even perhaps suspected with cole. I mean i think he's pretty much all but you know admitted that he's had to make changes because of the role so You know we're not going to say. I guess out the words out loud but You know he's he's admitted he had. He's struggled to grip the ball and That is clearly affected him. He is not as dominant as he was before the crackdown he doesn't have the same command You know he's a very good pitcher. I mean i think he was a very good pitcher. Before we suspected anything was being used He is still very good pitcher. He's definitely working harder at it. I guess to just you know be that But his command is is not as sharp as it was. He doesn't seem to be able to get the same break on balls that he did But i mean you know. He's he's been except for a few. I mean his last outing was you know roth But i mean yeah. He's definitely had a a a change in how he is pitching. And there's been a change in this team. They are now forty one and thirty nine or eighty games in they find themselves nine games back. We talked about chapman call. How about just you know. Grand scheme of things whom. Kim and i have been talking all morning. What is this team like. When you look at the yankees. What are they a first place team. They are they. Ve is bad or not. Bad this mediocre. What has to change you know. That's i mean we talk. How brenner yesterday and he was asked what he make. You know the big signing to go over the luxury tax threshold. And i'm just thinking to myself what is that. What is what is the big trade. That makes them better. I'm not sure there's one I mean they just have so many little things that are wrong. You know their way to right. Handed The lineup is inflexible. Because you know you've got stanton in there that has to play the d. h. play in the field But just sounds funny. When you say that i know You know just. Their pitching is shaky. You know i mean garrett cole you can generally count on to be fine and good but then you know you'd never know what's going to happen behind him And now you've added to that. Chapman has been inconsistent. I mean the only the only consistent thing about the yankees are their inconsistency they will you know they seem to find a way to make it harder on themselves base running or you know defense. It's all around. There seems to always be you know a mistake christie. I'm confounded by the stanton situation. Have and i've seen him on zoom. So it's not like he's not accountable. I don't know how often or by what measure the yankees sort of cycle their players through the zooms. But i've seen him on zoom. So he's he's there and he's answering questions and he's talking about how they have to be better and that kind of thing. Why can't he play the outfield. And when boone talks about building him up four. What and from what i mean. I'm just not aware of an injury situation. A surgery assert off season surgery or or something to where he needs to be rebuilt before they can possibly feel good about putting him in the outfield. That that's one thing. I've just not understood eating. I mean it's never been said explicitly. But i mean i think there's just a lot of concern about the like issues. He has had over the past three years and You know. I think he you know. He spent a lot of time with eric cressey last year when he had i think there's a hamstring and You know really working on running and keeping himself you know loose and limber You know. I think they're thinking about building him up to play a few innings in the outfield. Possibly for interleague And it comes up. Whenever there's you know an interleague series coming on and then it kind of fades away right. Because it's just kind of assumed. I guess that you know stanton is going to be the g. h You know i it. Just kind of has materialized that he does not play in the field. And i don't think they want to risk losing and long term. You know in the lineup by putting him out there. It's amazing. it is an amazing story though. The is built of granite part of the problem or or may not be. It's it's hard to know. But but you're you're talking about a gary sanchez who's Whose bat got hot. And then there's the idea that when garrett cole pitches can't use gary i mean i guess as a pinch hitter. You could but later in the game. Yeah take sanchez. i'm not telling you kristie akard anything. You don't already know it just these things in a season. That's not going. Abc perfectly for the new york yankees. Some of the stuff to me is just really hard to accept. Or you know an candidly. And i'm not talking about your explanations christie but it's hard to explain. It is very hard to explain. And it's not like you know they're explicit in their explanations of it keeping gary out of the lineup particularly when the offense is trying is starting to get a little bit of traction and then taking him out once every five days or so that was an ideal i mean. He was the hottest bat for two weeks there. And then you have to sit him I mean he came and save their bacon in buffalo during coal star. His pinch hit home. Run now as pinch hit home run. He saved chapman in the ninth inning. so you know i mean they need him in the lineup and sometimes they need them in behind the plate so on that chris. Daily news with us. Mets yankees tonight. We'll have the game on the fan for you. Call hasn't been great of late. Sanchez has been pretty good. Offensively higashio because average is what it is. Maybe tomorrow i mean. Is it possible that we see him. Catch coal tomorrow. I think he's gonna have to eventually And i know that sounds like pie in the sky but you certainly have to get him in there in the second half is you. Can't keep them on the bench if they get to the playoffs but You know i don't. I don't know that it happens tomorrow. he's seen They seem determined to keep coal comfortable through. This transition I just i mean it's it's a big game it's one a clucking feeling. He will catch tonight and then he'll say that it's taking convenient. Yes yeah absolutely kristie with this with this yankees group And i understand. Zoom calls changed the dynamic rather than being in in locker rooms and clubhouse as i certainly understand that. Is there a definite leader on this yankees team player. Wise it is there. Is there someone who is perhaps aimed to his teammates. This is not acceptable. And it's not it's not okay and we've got a by our actions change the course of our season like who would that player or perhaps players be. I think it would be I strongly believe brett gardner has yet boyce in that clubhouse still because the big guys listen to him But you're right. i mean i. It's hard to say right now Because we're not in the clubhouse now we're starting. I met certain players for the first time in the last two weeks in person for the first time. You know how. I mean because now we're allowed on the field on the field right. Yep i saw that. Yeah that's good yeah Record so it's hard to say You know garrett. Cole certainly talks like he's in that role You know i. It's hard to save. His players can come out and say certain things in front of a camera. And then you don't know if it's always reflected in the clubhouse right I do think stanton. I mean i. You stand in very accountable Going back to when. I covered the mets not only accountable. He's he's a. He's a quiet leader. Because i remember I flew in the day that jose fernandez died. And i was so impressed that we with the leadership that stanton showed. I mean. he'd always been quiet. He'd never really spoken much and he. He became a really strong leader. That we i do believe he is a leader Quietly in that club when he comes out and speaks you know after a game. He's pretty blunt and pretty real and he's definitely been honest. That's for sure that last one for me because the akron of the daily news We just touch on gleyber torres and the season he's had and what do you do with him at this point because it's not work it's just not working There's i you know. Now it's not working and it's it's confounding. I mean you see you see in the past where he's hit well I mean the man had thirty eight home runs. And you know two years ago Yeah you see little spurts and then it just falls off. It's confounding and right now. They don't have anyone close to being able to take over shortstop so you know he's kind of wedged in there i mean again with isn't the organization. They're they're inflexible. He's kind of wedged in there. you've signed long long-term and he probably want to and need to be at second base. I mean i know. He's versatile but he was signed to be a second baseman. I'm not sure what you do is labor right now. I mean you know right now. You've got to play him and you've got to try and get him out of slump. I mean it's not even a slump. It's almost two years now It yeah that's a big question and it's a big question going forward. I mean. I think brian cashman answered. It lasts winter you know. He's a better second base shortstop. I'm not sure at this level. The way he's hitting that he's even that right now kristie all just ask you one more. Even though i have a million for you just. I just wonder so many things about this team. Did you have a a main takeaway from yesterday. Hearing from hal steinbrenner did anything kind of ring. A bell for you in terms of oh that was an important statement that he made. Because sometimes you hear that stuff and again. The zoom doesn't help in this capacity. Sometimes it just almost seems like the answers kind of run together and some of them are exactly what we would expect him to say but did anything yesterday. Stand out for you or give you any clues in terms of what the yankees might do to kind of try to get out of this malays and and to be the team that they should be no okay terms. So they're just the this is. This is not you know house not as dad. There's not going to be any rash decisions. There's not going to be any midnight firing it's gonna be measured. It's going to be thought through and change. Come at the end of the year So i don't think there's going to be any change coming The one thing that stood out to me honestly was He was asked about aaron boone next year and he wouldn't go there which was interesting because boone's contracts up at the end of the year and You know he wouldn't go there. He wouldn't be rushed into a decision. But i just was kinda struck by that That he actually put the blame on the players and told them they have to be better So you know i. I think maybe fans thought this was some big dramatic thing. This is long planned out. You know he. He had told people that he would talk at the beginning of july and he did timing after that interesting. She dead yet. And that's that's true. You did by joining us this morning. Kristie akron daily news. Thanks for a few minutes. Appreciate it thank you christie. Thank you good talking to each morning. Show with boomer esiason and greg saudi boomer and geo sitting in for me to my right is chris. Lopresti all right brought to you by stress. Less furniture celebrate fifty years of stress. Louis comfort visit stress'll is dot com single in a throwing error. Groundout strikeout an intentional walk. Walk an infield single adds up to a frustrating ninth-inning laws for the mets. As i pitched a freeman swung auto off the leg of lugo out to third your map with a gross to i say i the ball tell me rose on. Wcbs eight eighty freeman ends up with the game. Winning hit on a night where he took the golden sombrero off the bat. And off of lugo louise. Ross sought the same way his pitcher. Did you look at the flavors. I was one of the few that were those healing from the dug-out about having a chance at third base was lugo gesturing to but your may went with the on the run bare hand throw to first not in time. Lugo also had the throwing error to begin the inning on top towards the third base. Line tries to make a sliding throw all in one motion took a big dividend. The throw went wild into a camera. Well along the first base line so a frustrating outing for him but he's not too worried about him pretty sure we'll be able to let go a move on You know. I thought through the ball. Well that'll make good pitches and So that's just way go sometime. Dom smith gave them a shot with a couple of solo homers. Second one tied the game at the top of the ninth. Before all of that jacob degrom was dominant from the second inning on allowed three runs in the first quitting in austin riley opposite field solo homer. Rojo saw some of graham's anger when he got back to the dugout thing the first inning. He did get a little emotional there. Because of you know you got touch a couple of times we saw him come off and throw his hands up a bit at his catcher. James mccann came in. And you know. I guess i was pretty mad. I said the james. How did you hit that. You know then i said to have i said that's all they get jeremy half the pitching coach and it was first and third nobody out in the second following a double and a single he proceeds to retire the final eighteen batters. He faced he finished with fourteen strikeouts. And the er a balloons two zero point nine five. That's ridiculous one point. He was over the. We're going on. Yeah yeah yes mets and yankees from the bronx tonight whether pending see about the rain throughout the day here in the new york area jordan montgomery opposed by taiwan walker pre game coverage on the fan. Six twenty five. And as you've mentioned aaron boone. We'll be with cartoon roberts five o'clock today so we'll get his thoughts as the yanks had into this big weekend here with the out garrett cole push back to saturday. He'll match up with marcus stroman for a one. Oh five first pitch coal looking forward to his first subway series with fans in attendance out to the park and hopefully be electric atmosphere filled with a bunch in new york fans in general and You know we'll put on some good ball games and hopefully play well stupid question but are the game sold out. I have no idea. Craig question. Because i know that i know they got thirty for otani night which we looked up so probably not sold out but you would think in the thirty s for all three. Hopefully i mean the west capacity at the stadium. Now fifty one isn't it. Is it still that high. Yeah there are full capacity now. No no no i mean like. How much does that. Currently how much does that part whole. I believe yeah exist. Fifty one fifty workers shah city field is forty tilling. The numbers have come down over the years because they thought it was not teams. Aren't drawing as much four thousand two fifty one or go more than fifty using just under forty two thousand right because they've been using areas you know for sweets and yeah areas and whatnot but wow today not as which i think most of us will welcome that. Yeah the rain showers and thunderstorms it. Sounds i mean that to me. Sounds mostly the wind may not be my may not be all the way through. There may be a delay at some point but should be able to get it in right Then you'll have michael. King and tyler mcgill sunday evening. That is a seven o'clock start more from house. Steinbrenner who zoomed with the media from tampa yesterday morning just as the yanks for announcing a rain out of their series finale with the angels. We already heard his public support for aaron. Boone and the coaches same goes for brian cashman. He's done a good job. This team that we've put together leading spring. Training was very very good team and they just haven't played to their to their potential. That i believe we still have. Of course those to continue to work closely meaning How and cashman balancing traditional player. Evaluations with new age. Sports science and analytic cash understands. That's where i wanna be. I wanna hear from the tim narrowings and the gym hendry's and the pro scouts pro scouting still very much a part of every decision. We make so they're looking for that blend in with that. Blend in mine doesn't seem to be working with this roster in their approach right now you got another good. Follow up yesterday here from sweden. The evaluation process goes into that. Why are you still comfortable with how that's gone. 'cause it's extremely comprehensive. I i can't. I can't imagine another organization but that is goes through these processes in a more comprehensive way sweeney than we do so it's on the players. And how says they need to pick it out. It's absolutely aggravating maddening. I mean you you choose the word It is it has been tough to watching players know that this is not you know. They're better than this. This is not the product that we expect it. It's not the type of played. They expect themselves no angle of. That's fair. I thought a lot of what he said was was out there. You know i would probably gently push back or just quibble with i mean i i think tampa bay exhausts everything i think they have to. They have they know they have to. And i think that they embrace the underdog thing. There is nobody else's yeah no one else is doing it. Well it breath. It's not because they're gonna wanna tell themselves that. They feel like they're doing everything. Where the where the holes then i. If you're doing everything in this is the result. And i guess he told us holes in the players and their execution and i didn't realize his comment about boone until christie. Said it so he's telling you the players aren't getting the job done and by not answer his answer of non-answer tells you he's not sure going forward about the manager. He didn't say it but that was his answer. That tells you you. They did ask him about i. I could play that for you later on. I i wanna say andy. Martino asked about An extension for boone like will take and he didn't want to know i can. I can't basically along the lines of its july first. I'm not. I'm not going there yet. You know what guys aaron boone. This is going to be a cliche. I apologize for this part but has to be true to himself here. He is a good baseball man. I would hate for this not to work out for him. Hypothetically in terms of a next contract with the yankees and to think that he's sitting where you know every ends up being the next stop or or if he's at home or whatever the case is you know really regretting not being built. Maybe some of the passes he gave in some of the. You know just illogical answers he gives. Sometimes i. you know errands not twenty five years old. Either and i think as we get older we learn like i'm gonna say it or i'm gonna do it. Whatever saying and doing is. Because it's what i truly believe in as opposed to the company line work that's much easier to accept than if you sit back. Let something happen. Know that it's a disaster. And then say i should have true very true one. More from how here no playoff mandate but it's still obviously making. The playoffs is important and the reason it's important is not just because we do it. Every year. the fans expected that's important but it's important because it'll show that we've we've come back because we ain't there right now. They are not nine behind the red sox. Right and eight and a half behind tampa at eight and a half tampa or seven and a half nine red sox. Eight in the loss column tamp. It's close because tampa leads the wild card race right now. They're in that top spot and the yankees are five and a half out of the second spot. Four on the law side with the blue jays mariners as ahead of them so as got some work to do yup. Speaking of cleveland Quicko finish up the ticket thing from before it will be sold out tonight. There are tickets available. I pulled up the ticketmaster thing. We're shows you. How many seats. The upper by a lot of it is sold by tonight will come up short thursday at home against the astros nobody out one to and altuve h pretty to left field down the line. It's fucking and it's grads. Jose altuve ako steep every astros. Take the lead there up to two shows radio on their way to a seven two victory to briefly there quieting what was constant bullying directed at him. And it's houston teammates again. I guess they had made a trip to cleveland. I don't know that snapped a four game skid. They remain in place still. They're basically telling everybody to go. Drop dead yeah time in dc. The dodgers took a rain-shortened game for the national one. All right field grand slam home. Muncie charley steiner dodgers. Radio that put l. a. Up six two in the fifth and that was it they call that game after five so the nats remained back of the mets three and the law side in the nfl. Least by the way. I haven't mentioned this. Aaron judge was among those voted into the all star game as a starter. You've got a tiny vlad guerrero junior fernando tatis junior. Also heading to their first all star game as starters. Nba play-offs notre young. So it was the brook lopez. Show in milwaukee last night. Seventy seven sixty five ten assist twenty-three davis books radio the former net finished with thirty three and seven rebounds helping milwaukee beat the hawks one twenty one game. Five six just the highlights. Yeah baseball yeah no jaanus and trae young. I want to be honest. Wasn't all that i know i get that and i guess because you honestly that's about as i've seen him since he's left the nets. I mean all over the rim and again he doesn't have to stand on the three point line if they're pretty impressive. Low thirty three. I actually thought he was a little bit older than that. It's been around a long time. He stepped up with. Saudi was down with the during. Prepare for whatever's by the team. It's absolutely just a everyone stepping up to. obviously no one can replace you. frigging to brooke. Did the job at this one as we mentioned. No trae young for the hawks. The bone bruise in his foot. So you'll hope for their standpoint that he can go at least back home in game six as they will face elimination brook. Lopez's has a twin brother who's robin briefly was with the knicks. Not your worries at big. Comic book is the lopez. Yeah very big alcaide. It tells me he's with washington. Okay so because rob allen local teams quite a bit yes for sure. Did you see See what was out with mickelson. Yesterday i saw at all. I did detroit thing. Yes so easy mad at someone so he goes to play the rocket mortgage classic which is not a huge tournament factor. I think it's the first time he's gone still a draw. He's and he's been playing a lively without post. Pga championship victory. He's been playing played. Us open obviously He played in whenever. I forget where they were last week and a usually goes over and plays in the scottish open for the british open. So he's got a busy calendar and he made the point of well after we go and be good for the community so on and so forth. And i guess one of the writers there for the detroit. Free press wrote a column referencing. Some old thing about a bet that he made back in two seven right. Yeah exactly and the guy basically stole the money from him. So phil came out and said i'm not coming back people. That fans have been great. But like you know if this is going to be treated. When i come here and try to do the tour and the area favor thanks but note that i think is agency said. It's not so much you wrote the article that you held onto this the bookies dead right yes from two thousand six. The timing of it. It's twenty twenty one exactly exactly so good for phillies. Certainly makes his opinions known. He's got that match coming up to with brady and aaron rodgers and the shambo. It's it's after this tournament next week and to shambo fire split brooks got some things to send leave him of why those two. It's been going on for a while. Now they're basically just heads there opposite person don't license no no no they despise brooks easy going and let me just go out there and do my thing to shambo is very. He's called the mad scientist he's analytical. He's numbers just one new show of everything. So they are oil in water each the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo real quick. Because i'd be remiss not to ask you anything football related so while we have a moment before ask you anything about the jets. The giants the dan signer with the nfl so that came down. The investigation is complete and they wound up finding snyder ten million dollars for basically a toxic workplace environment and so he will not only pay that fine. The team will pay the phone him. He's going to step away from the team and handed over to his wife and he's only going to handle. I guess new stadium issues. What's gonna concentrate on that stuff right for now. Yeah i mean. I'm not as naive to think that he and his wife are not going off the face as opposed to handle. We won't see him around. I mean it is what it is. I mean this. I was not aware of these allegations. Obviously until they came out read about them. I don't know if this is enough if they should have done more But maybe this closes that chapter. I don't know and maybe they've learned something. But think so. And i think that they'll open a i guess either. Ope guess you'd have to say open a new chapter when they do eventually find a team name that they are excited about him. They want to have presumably forever. So that will that will change the conversation again. I don't know what to make of all of it. Listen the washington training staff initially and then medical staff saved my life I always look at that. Franchise probably differently than others especially in this area. And i i understand that one hundred percent understand that not looking for you to you know. Show any support for for me or or the fact that i have just great appreciation for those folks. They've also split by the way with inova since since then so the hospital. That also saved me very much. Saved me is no longer affiliated with the one football team. I'm not sure exactly what went into all of that. But but i did read that at one point. It caught my eye. I think what we are. Here's my hunch on what we are seen. We're seeing a lot of behavior that used to be either somewhat expected expected. What in the world can i do about it. Or that's just how my workplace is where we're having that now. Become not okay. We're gonna find out what happened. And we're gonna penalize you for it so there has been a change a very dramatic change over these years in terms of what's okay and what's not and i'm obviously for a workplace where everyone feels included and safe and not harassed and everything else and ten million dollars for an nfl. Owner is not a difference making amount of money. But it's an embarrassing situation. And i would think that they i don't know how they view it. I would certainly think they view it as that and i would think that tonya. Snyder's emergence here is is a sort of a general agreement that we can do better and under her. We will even though the dan anton you're married and everything else and then we'll certainly talk about everything that the washington football team does stadium wise and otherwise but that's just that's just my thought on it. Times have changed. And if you aren't changing those times you're going to be either left behind or you're going to be called out for what you need to be called out on. And frankly embarrassed and they certainly have a good face of the organization. Now and ron rivera. So that does help to ron. Rivera done a great job. Jack del rio with that defense and by the way washington should be pretty good It fits magic has any of that magic left and generally he finds it to some degree is some real first time through exactly and he has some really good weapons down there and then that defense jerry. Outstanding is loaded and getting better. It's not like we saw the best of chase young in his first season right. I mean that's impossible for me to believe gave tampa a run for their mind off game. They did if you think about it. Two of the teams that tampa struggled with the most last year. Where the giants at metlife stadium and that could be for several different reasons. There was no atmosphere there that day. I remember asking jason pierre paul about it afterwards and he was just like. Yeah you know. It was like sleepwalking to somebody. That's not how it should be practice though. Yeah i remember. Because i did do. The final week of the season did the cowboy giant game for compass media network. And i remember just like being in the arena of 'em are being in. The stadium was just so creepy. I mean there's not another word for it and then when the teams came out onto the field and there's nothing and it's you literally had to get yourself up and into a game it's been difficult. Football's the biggest sport affected that way and the good news is thirty. Two stadiums are going to be open for business. I had someone a friend of mine in the in our business. And i were talking just in general about teams and local teams and some things like that and as part of our conversation i said to him. Everything's going to be normal. When in september every football stadium is full every nfl stadiums going to be full or or close to it And that's when. I think we're going to really say good. Yeah no questions. Business in cincinnati for game two in the bengals did have fans but they were. If i remember i think it was twelve thousand. Yeah certain number. And so when i went there in i i think it was october or november when dallas was there and i want to say there was between twelve and fifteen thousand people here today wolf. Yeah yeah cowboys bengals. I think it was october november. Something like that. And just the feeling of people there felt normal than it wasn't packed by any stretch but there are enough people to give you an atmosphere and then you basically compare that to the stadiums that had nobody and on. It's funny. how on tv. It really played out fine to me. Watching the game stadiums. it was ross stadiums bills. I saw jets. I saw a couple. I guess we saw few giants games and probably a couple jet. Probably the way my season. I saw washington as well the quietest place for our broadcasts seattle. And that's never quiet. Only because you expect seattle walk and there was no one there for whatever reason even like the all the places would give you a feet of at least some low crowd noise or something seattle so it was literally just kevin ran danny white talking with an empty crowd and just the way it was. You had to deal with it and it was weird but that as you say next year all the more normal as really looking forward to two because locally and a couple of months i mean we're talking about life and a half north and you got to help. August fifth is the same game. So that means we're we're less than five weeks away from that right five weeks. Mister day i think and right around the nineteen the nineteenth. I believe of july we come back on. nfl network. There's been a bit of a hiatus in the spring and summer and then the following week we get training camp and then i think it's the thirty first. It's that first sunday. After camps open we're going to have coverage every single camp. No kidding thirty two one way or another reporter analyst or perhaps we'll get creative in a couple of cases but that's gonna be fun and you'll be back on the field with the team we will be on the field for pre-game like we are. You know we're only pre-game during the game but we will be on the field for pre game again which will make an enormous difference an enormous different challenging the shore. Everybody got through everybody. Most people go through it and Yeah it'd be good to get back. There's no question about some anyhow before we take a break. Do wanna tell you guys about bet network because it's available nationwide on the odyssey mobile app and website over ten thousand home and auto connected devices bet q. Network bet you'll network dot com. It is fantastic at the end of the game. And you wanna make a wager. They kinda keep you up to date all day. Long view betting angles throughout the day insights and local talent national experts and live updates during game nights as well so bet correll network dot com. It is jerry in kim. We are in for boomer and geo each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo we've talked all about the subway series this morning lot of mets of yankees as you can imagine going into tonight and we are joined now by mike pompeo from the new york post so i believe is still in atlanta or leaving atlanta airport which is an interesting update quickly. Get from my so he can tell us. Good morning. sir. Thanks for joining us. How are you. Hey you guys doing this morning. Yeah i'm trying to get back to new york here a little bit of a challenge airport packed. it's crazy. it's tolliday weekend travel. And i think airport understaffed a little bit and You know even the tsa pre check line is pretty long. Are you in it now. I i finally escaped a good spot. Good to hear that. Good asom what we do. We do appreciate your calling on your way home and yet travels before we get to tonight. Obviously boy this team is in a weird way right now. I watched them every night. I with my son and there. I don't know what else they're boring mike and even last night. I know they were in line to at least extend the game the ninth inning incomes. But there's so much from last night a i guess. Take us through the way. The game developed in that. Bottom of the ninth inning. And how you saw it with you know the way lugo pitched your may play bob a blind all that stuff. Yeah you know the biggest thing. I look at that. Holy anything is those decision to To make a throw in on that horrendous swing and You know you really just should've picked up the ball. They're put it in his pocket. He tried to make a very difficult for from his backside and never had a chance. I mean that really sets up the whole in there because you have to run around second base of nobody out. It's like it's like they started extra innings and ending early. You had to run on second. Nobody out You know the things they got to. We've got two outs and The tuna comes up obviously going to intentionally walk him there And then you know. Walk the you know the big. The big thing was The walk the next batter that loaded the bases and that that set you up there with the for free. The end the game where Free minutes who goes foot in your may picks it up and and maybe play third base. But you know at that point. He's senate committed to field in the ball and throwing and Freeman basis throw in a heartbreak. Walk off loss. Mike it struck me watching last night. Game especially that ending which you encapsulated beautifully The braves are really as i'm watching on. Tv at home. The brave seemed very comfortable facing the new york. Mets and i think that sounds weird when when you think about how jacob degrom got into that groove a kind of groove and and sat down so many of them in a row but but to some degree the damage had already been done. Yeah and really. I think they were. They were sitting on his fastball early. Because he'll look at some of those swings they were getting and you know degrom reference that austin riley. That's that's a. that's a hundred hour. Fastball out side corner. Riley took it over the right field fence so They were sitting fastball. Really i think the guam changed the way. He was pitching a little bit later on. Settled into a groove eighteen batters face. But it's kind of a jolt that first anyone up take up the drums giving up three runs and he rx actually above one pretty wild and it's time now for we call these stupid question of the day but i'm going to ask it anyway because you're with this team. I mean it is got to be some pleasure watching this guy up close and personal. What is it about him that makes it. The the slider at ninety three is at the the fastball. Location the movement. Why is he so far and it is. It's a full run better basically than anybody else in baseball. Why is he so good. Why is he so good. I just think he's gone to appointing his career. Where he he can repeat his mechanics over and over again and it doesn't have to think about anything. Everything's kind of second nature to the other the other the mental makeup at this guy such a competitor. He never satisfied. He gives up one running so he's upset You know i i. I think it's just that where the land of the physical skills The mental the heart the emotion all the coming together and he gets the perfect package in. Its jacob. degrom right now mike. He's very likable. And i say that essentially via zoom and then obviously in previous seasons when it wasn't a zoom scenario not that it necessarily matters but but what's he actually like as a guy he's pretty good to deal with now you know. I wanted to talk to him earlier this week in washington. He's coming off the field and he he gave me a curt. No i'm not talking today. you know the next day running atlanta. I said today jake. And he gave me a big smile and stopped. And you know we talked for a little bit and You know you talked about the fact Of how important it was to get these three starts before the all star break and you consider that more important than pitching in the subway series or even the all star game but You know he's going to deal with them. You know we we get to the fat a little bit and I signed a copy of my book am. I don't know if you've seen it yet. But jake you become pretty decent. He's become pretty decent ride. That's for darn sure. Mike pompeo with us for the new york post mets yankees tonight subway series We'll have the action for you here on the fan. We can talk about individual players but as a team right now. Mike this team and i use the word boring before they're tough watch They don't do much offensively when i look at the batting averages of this team i. The numbers are atrocious. I mean no one's really knowing sitting higher than pete alonso at two sixty you brought a guy in here and paid them three hundred million dollars. And i know metrically if that's a word he's probably the best defender in baseball. So for instance cool endorse still doing good things and not taking that out onto the field with him. But at what point do we say. Kim warning of in like you know. We're eighty games into a season at this point. You kind of our. When does the run come exactly for francisco. Indoor would you say yeah you know. I thought lewis role has brought up a good point last night about looking at the board and just seeing what the differences in oak. Ps was between the braves players. And the mets players on the mets players are getting a singles and walks. And it's kind of station to station baseball. And they need some long balls to to produce some runs and saddam. Smith hit a couple of late in last night but he focused on solo homer is they need to get more power production and You know i. I think they're going to be looking for back here. Head into the trade deadline now. There's only so many areas. You can upgrade your into so many guys. But i you know i look at third base in particular is somewhere They can maybe look to upgrade with the power bat You know they got jd. Davis just beginning to rehab assignment. We'll see you know. He's he's got a couple of months. We've been waiting for brandon nimmo for a while so you know you get those back back. It's a different lineup. But if you don't you know. I i think he's you've gotta be looking for another bat right now. That's the voice of mike. Puma mets beat writer for the new york post and twenty ten and the author of the book that he engraved for for jacob degrom. If these walls could talk mike. I have your book at home. you folks join me on. Radio shows who write books. I always buy the book i feel like. That's the least i could do. You don't have to thank me. That's not why is that it. But i have the book at home and look forward to diving into it With with rojo's. I've become a louis row. Fan because of his zoom calls like you noted he pointed out the opie s difference He comes across as someone who probably interacts very authentically with his players and doesn't kind of shield them from maybe the truth of of what's going on. Maybe i'm reading too much into it. What's your take on row house. This season you know. I think he's he can be Very firm with the players behind the scenes You know. I wouldn't call them necessarily players manager. I think he's a pretty good hybrids Deals with the front office well. He's got a good rapport with the players. Now he's not. I can throw his players under the bus in the postgame prescott. That's the that's the one thing you gotta understand. But i i think behind the scene. He can deliver a pretty for message to them in terms of the players. And this kind of goes back to what you were talking about oh. Ps i mentioned batting average. We mentioned door. There are other guys here though that are under performing and i know he hasn't been there all season but michael conforto has been horrendous. Jeff mcneil has been say this horrendous. At what point are we overrating these guys. And and conforto. For god's sakes looking for a contract and he's baton to fifteen are they just not what we thought they were. Yeah you know what that might be the closest Row houses come to call anybody out. He mentioned the fact that we've got guys in our lineup. Fifty homers before guys around thirty homers before. And we're not getting right. It's basically the crux of comment never kind of directed at Peter lonzo michael. Conforto specifically i think and You know. I don't know where you go with conforto. He gotta keep putting him in the lineup and then looking for him to hit his way out of it. Mcneil of the same thing he just looks completely lost at the plate Obviously the injured list get both of them out over month. Didn't help and they're probably feeling their way around trying to get back into it a little bit here but the you know those are two big bats mcneil and conforto that that they need to come around to questions for your mic about personnel. I was gonna hit on macneil job jerry and good answer by you but mcneill when i watch him almost looks out of sorts most of the time like almost bothered and now he may be bothered by his own play which would be fair but but is there something there i mean. We had that you know raccoons story or whatever the heck it them with wind door and you know that stuff that you know and they they screwed that plop since by the way at least two times that i've seen so what is going on with mcneil who i don't need to tell you mike puma just a wonderful story a wonderful producer for this team and now he just looks lost. Yeah and i you know. I think that. Look your your furniture being hard on himself. Who's not happy unless he's producing than he's got a lot of that Colo neil quality. And i remember paul the with the yankees. And if he wasn't he was just a a wreck emotionally. And i think jeff mcneil falls into that category a little bit. Okay fair it sounds funny. It would've sounded funny to say you know two months ago. I guess i look at these mets. I feel like they missed jonathan. Vr a crazy. No i think craig now. They've got the out there every day. And your mates good feeling utility player. I think he's been exposed a little bit playing every day and You know the guy was coming up with some tickets. When i'm playing some solid defense. So yeah i think that hurts. Because you know it's you just haven't put you on my out there Every game now at their base. Because you really wanna put her is out there. Which isn't your best option. So i think you always been exposal. Mike pompeo this new year post yankees. Tonight you. You posted this on twitter last night. And it's not a big deal. But i did take a cockeyed. Look at it. Kim doesn't think it's a big deal and it probably isn't the dom smith quote for the offense not performing up to par. I think we're in a good spot. I don't know where that's a good spot but okay he continues. I think after the all star break when the game's really matter will be fine. What do you make of that. Because i i can tell you. I think that's a stupid comment to make. But i'm just curious what you think. Yeah it's it's not a great comment. I think dominance trying to save the games probably in some way trying to say games matter more after the all star break not to minimize these games. But you know there's been a little bit too much optimism coming out at some of these posts. Game Zuma sessions whether it's a lonzo or dom smith kind of everything's okay. Don't worry kind of thing and You know listener first place placer couple of games but you know. There's a lot of missed opportunity. There they could easily be eight. Nine games up on the nationals. Right now. you don't want to you know get yourself in the situation In all of this for all of sudden you're you're chasing somebody because of those missed opportunity. So yeah. I think it was kind of a comment you know. I don't know not much. You can take it back or not but it's just. It wasn't a good luck to make that kind of comment last night. Speaking with mike puma of the new york post just a couple more questions with you. Mike and we appreciate your time as you are waiting in the atlanta airport to fly home Subway series. what do you. What would what do you expect from the mets in these three games. They won't have degrom. The yankees will have coal pitch. Coal hasn't been himself this in the month of june. But we'll see how that goes Obviously the yankees yesterday had a a rain out of a game where it didn't really rain very much. So they had a day off yesterday to to kind of catch their breath whereas the mets flew home late last night from atlanta. What do you expect from this weekend. I you know. I think it's gonna be fun series. It usually is Now i mean the script is flipped. A little bit here were the the mets are are the first place team. And then you know. The yankees are struggling olympic. Now the mets are onto. But they're in first place. It's usually kind of the other way around though when we have these subway games right usually the yankees that are are at the top of the division of the mets trying to scrape get back into it so but you know just the whole idea of having fans in the stands again last year you know. They managed to play six of these games last year. And it just it. It had zero feeling like some way series. I think most zero feeling like season. But you know you get subway games and it was just like yeah. You know this. You're getting the fans back. it's gonna be fun and it should be a game for both these teams mike that can send one team off in the right direction. But because you've got the yankees have lost five of six. Mets have lost five of seven. The metzker twenty three games in their last seven games Not great for either team but maybe maybe one team escapes in the right direction. Mike puma from the new york post. We appreciate a couple of minutes. Enjoy the games assuming you get back today all right. Thanks for having me on from the new york post is. It's it's funny because wait a minute. The mets have lost five of seven yankees five of six interesting two teams heading in the wrong direction and the mets. We're good with mike. You know they are in first place and that's what everybody keeps coming back to the in first place. He's right though they should be eight or nine hundred zero. And there's a and you can really look at both the nationals. And in my opinion the braves teams right and say they are going to regret not having a bigger percent and really having their f- their foot on the pedal now foot on the pedal doesn't help you get base hits all the time and i understand that but but this is a mets team. You're right jerry offensively. It is really a challenge to to hang with a full game with them and watch them and watch them scuffle and there. I thought interesting. And i did not pick up on this and i do watch the zooms but louis roha say essentially we have guys who produced for us in mentioning the kind of numbers that both. Pete alonso and michael conforto have put up and to an extent i would put jeff mcneil in that category where there are times when when jeff mcneil you carried the mets he in the lonzo couple years ago and mcneil would get really hot and he might be one of those guys and puma made a good comparison probably in terms of paulo. Neil personality wise gets very down on himself which is not in your good. I know i know but it can really handcuff you. figuratively speaking. Of course. you know when when you're putting pressure on yourself to come through and that's very much. What jeff mcneil looks like to me jeff. Mcneil looks to me like going to the office. These days is absolutely no fun. He's not looking forward to it and he feels like there's nothing you can do about it. He looks he does not look like the jeff mcneil. We've got used to rest watch it. That's what i'm saying. Absolutely the morning show with boomer. Esiason and greg finality boomer and geo are you pulling the double dip today. Yes sir and we're supposed to go to the game tonight as well okay but the game is played by the time i get homeless. Twenty four hours to double dip carton. And roberts i. I've been doing mondays and fridays with them. So i will hang out and he's going to stay up all afternoon all afternoon. This game tonight. We'll see about the weather you know we're all supposed to go. Yes they game tonight. Which would be fun. I was looking forward to it. We do have sort of a sweet We don't have a sweet okay. i go. Tommy was given sweets. I believe there's one individual from the show. That has a sweet. What his name. Start with craig part. And they don't know for sure it's not. I don't know for sure. So you know what i'm not informed. I haven't been with them since monday. So i probably should just be quiet. You guys are going to go out and go together and then cregagh separate way and you guys who. I'm not sure. I guess i'll find out later. You know what. All i know is going down bombing arrived with me okay. He's a city. I does not have a car. So we're going to hop in pray that the traffic's not terrible we we'll be you're a yankee fan. Yes mateo tommy met fans. Yes isn't tommy. Met fan tom. He's a met fan evan. We know as a met fan is lost. He's a He's a yankee fan this year. Which you can blame him for their. We'll you certainly could do that. You got a lot to get to here. It's nine thirty chris. Lopresti taken. I brought to you by winters bros. Waste system long island's number one choice for your waste collection and recycling needs visit winters bros. Dot com also sponsored by casa. Migos tequila casa. Me goes to kill is brought to you by those who drink in it and it was another struggle for the med offense. Last night jacob degrom was on the hook for the loss until dom smith blasted a couple of solo homers including the game tying shot in the top of the ninth. But then in the bottom half without the ball leaving the infield. The braves would rally against seth lugo rita three bottom of the ninth bases loaded two out now the reigning national league. Mvp coming to the plate on a night where he's already struck out four times two for eight in his career. Against louisville freddie hits. I feel gary cohn and essen. Why so afford three final in favor of atlanta. They win the series. Two games to one lugo didn't help himself throwing away the ball on top or lead off the inning quickly. Put the winning run in scoring position and then he's got ender inciarte day down. Oh two with two outs. He ends up walking him on a very close three to pitch. But you're right. It wasn't a radic pitch sequence after he got out and then even on the clothes pitch mccain con reaches across the plate. So i miss the inside corner but when you see the catcher reach hard to get the call so that sets up the freemen at bat here's lugo on the final play. And you saw him. Emphatically gesturing towards louise at third as he's approaching that ball. I was trying to yell at him. But it was pretty loud out there So i understand stuff to here and you know. It's tough to be able to make that reaction in real time. And the we throw haas admitted he too was yelling from the dugout for your may to step on third for the force but recognizes. It's tough spot there with the game on the line is committing in to make a do-or-die play so he's is not aware of where a kunas is not aware we're the baseline is to the ball. So that's where he's just a tough re for louis when he commits to the ball as a funny angle they showed here on. Cbs sports network of blue gallery. Basically drops into like an abrupt squad. Third come on before all that you had to graham getting touched up for three runs in the first. Obviously we don't see that too often. It included an opposite field. Homer austin riley. You just flicked a fastball. The other way somehow impressive strength from him there so degrom comes into the dugout. And he's gesturing at james mccann and he throws his glove against the wall so as we're all watching it in real time it looked like he was upset with mccann but that turned out not to be the case. They got a tip my hat to riley over there Came in. I was really frustrated. I said the james. How did he hit that and he turned it around from there. Though and row haas had a front seat to the first inning where say typical riley is getting hit. The just goes back. There in just untouchable and he really was first and third. No one out in the second. He proceeds to strike out the next three. He ends his outing by retiring eighteen in a row. Fourteen strikeouts another no decisions for the mets. Lose the series. They've dropped four out of five overall. I have two things real quick before you move oximeter. You're almost done with that. So i said two things statistically before the break so i would tell you a guy's got one hundred sixty seven plate appearances. What would be a good number of hits from an average major league. Sixty seven play is not at that direct. Means you're ups. You've been up to bat a hundred sixty seven times. How many times you've got to forty. How many forty forty for plate appearance the you're figuring if he makes his a few oxy somewhere between fifty six twenty walks in twenty. How many pelvic bone one hundred and sixty seven one hundred forty nine. Now you're talking more like the three hundred rain. So i'm i see where you're leading us in the twenties. Maybe michael conforto as thirty hits. Yeah he's been up to bat a hundred and sixty seven times thirty hit when he first came back. It's amazing he's only two home runs amazing and that was the other thing i was going to bring up. Because you mentioned the louise row house comment about guys. That have hit fifty. We just watched a guy in otani. Who's now got twenty league twenty. Eight twenty eight vlad. Guerrero has twenty seven. I think somewhere along twenty six because they were tied than hit one yesterday and he might have been towards thirty. Yeah as we get towards the all star break pita lonzo has thirteen home runs two of which came over the last couple of years. Think about that. And he's played sixty seven games. Thought like he's played. You know you can make the case with conforto. Hasn't got going saying what's mcneil. He's played almost all the one stink on the island. He's going to take part in the home run. Derby sometimes stunts people seasons. Maybe maybe somehow that when ignites his. I mean who knows. Why can't hurt him. I mean honestly i. I knew he wasn't having a great season. i didn't realize thirteen. And they don't have another player in double figures in home runs. I guess it wasn't chili. Davis never is the only how that works lease. I know yes. I know i know. I know mets and yanks from the bronx. Tonight we will see about the weather. I was checking the hourly for the bronx. I mean like you said thunderstorms which can be tricky and unpredictable. But you're looking at like fifty five eighty percent chance in that seven to eleven lonely. I brought the umbrella. I've got a long sleeve because it's temperatures eighty percent and that rain well like you know each hour the percentages chance but also it depends on who you look who you trust the changes who the heck knows. Well we'll wait and slowly people yesterday afternoon. Exactly right thanks. Get being chris. Lopresti samaya long off at two thirty so if you had a night like the other night with the angels where you would lie christy accurate that she walked out of the out of the stadium at two fifteen which means for you until three forty five. What's a twenty four hour cycle for. You gotta get through to get home. Oh this morning. I got to. Oh wow wow. I mean i did tough night. Hope you got a lot of sunflower seeds. Otherwise you're going to be sleeping on the shoulder of the turnpike. Let's hope not right. Now be all right. I think i'll be okay. The if the game is played the excitement of being there you know and then get now and get traffic and everything. Two rain delays walk out of there. Probably not staying two rain delays would have been gone plus you yes i understand the point and i got her full four hours last night which is actually bad for this shift. So no. I'm used to say this way. I've done it enough now over the course of years or so that my body is pretty used powering through plus the good thing is tomorrow. It's the weekend. I don't have to be up early tonight. I'm coming back not coming right back to the station and start working again so bizarre but what he just said is that i didn't even flinch when he said four hours not bad. Yeah as four to five hours. How do you think about it when you're working. How do you avoid it unless she who's going to bed at six o'clock he's xerri. He's the only one of the of the people here that can do that and he gets up even earlier but one and then watches sports center on. Dvr himself with what goes on you. Watch when you get up at two. That's why do i usually go to thirty. My routine usually watch until nine. Okay go to bed. And then i finished the game when i get in and that's what i'm talking about the mlb tv. I'm telling you it's the best. I've ever seen in terms of sports and games as far as when the games are live though. You can't watch the new york teams live correct. No see. that's the issue for me. Because i want to get away from the cable and go to one of these streaming you can see the local regional. Yeah you don't have not figured it out yet. It's good for certain people for others. It does because there's not and everything but there's not one a streaming service that has all the local channels has risen. They right yeah they were the closest yes is only on one of them but even though you're still like a sixty second delay stupid phone i could get. I can get past that. I could use the money i can get past that. You can't all right. I'm telling you. I thought the same thing to frustrate these cable companies by the with al about this cable to me is the best bargain. Going people sit there and say how is how expensive it is. You get so much from your cable package. It's it's absurd. Here's the here's just comparing you and here's the difference right where i'm at with my in my stage of life with five five boys of five and two years old. It's hard for me to justify. Paying what i pay to realize that i'm really only paying for a couple channels to watch for a few minutes at a time each day. You know what. I mean everything they want to watch. I can get anywhere else for much less money. That's the for all the stuff all the stuff. You just mentioned what you get in the channels. It's great but i don't have any time to take advantage of it when my boys were. Teenagers differ story. That's fine you know it's different depends on who you are where your life and what's your everyday routine is like how much actually gonna use it through. That's part of it yankees. Get the rain out. Yesterday off wednesday night crushing loss. Aaron boone did meet the media again before the game was called. Aroldis chapman struggles Just so happened to coincide with the sticky stuff. Crackdown chapman recently. Said he's never used illegal substances at any point in his career. Boone was asked if it's possible. He's adjusting to that and that's part of why he struggled for short certain that that's not part of his problem. I do not think that's part of the problem. So i don't know for certain or is that just I feel strongly that. That's not a part of the probe on a measured answers as usual. It's fine without saying. I don't know sir no not at all not at all the winning thing for certain right exactly. That's his point. So offer that with chapman. Joel sherman perks up and said wait a minute chapman coal. Perhaps we've got a a larger situation that play here so hang when this hang with this one. It's long but i think the full exchange is worth. Is it possible to philosophically. You built pitching staff to succeed in a certain way and one of the tools to succeed in a certain way as being taken away and this pitching staff is now going to be far worse because that tool was taken about illegal to overstate. Yeah i mean i guess. That's i understand fair question. Oh oh my. I think it affects us less and i could be wrong but i think i think that affects us less than probably most teams except that it is acting them. What do you mean less than most. That's i'm not sure that's even fair long. Pause almost ten seconds honest the free throw line. yeah that was like ninety instead of counting one. Two three four like the crowd was you. Were actually doing to keep you guys locked in y play. I tell you if this does turn out to be that they have problems. Yeah but there's it could be that it's a coincidence. Could be with coal. To gigan- chapman. Both you know incense all of this happened. It is enormous coincidence though because coal while not answering did answer so we kind of no. That's been ready to use it. The chapman things interesting because he said immediately never use any. I don't know if i believe them. But that's what he said so. It could be a coincidence for the two of them the other night. He hasn't pitched a week which you see. Sometimes when there's a long lay-off struggles readies. All over his velocity though. Like where's the manager they yeah. I'm trying to be a but like every time we say well he's got an out. He didn't pitch a week. We'll get him into a during game. I you know some of stuff is made more. They make it more difficult more convoluted than it really is or needs to be agreed. Let me give you one from coal. Quickly he spoke yesterday because of the rain out he gets pushed back to Tomorrow's game obviously to grow him. Through last night's you're not going to see those to match up But also has great respect for jake has been doing over the last few years get. Isn't it fantastic. With his velocity is movement on his pitches and you know the numbers backing up and then to boot he he rakes he does. He's back as long as he's not hurting himself. Obviously settle down on that a little bit all right. So you've got montgomery and walker tonight. Pregame six twenty. Five preceded by aaron boone with carton and roberts at five o'clock. I've got some more house stuff. I know we're short on time. One let's see if i could pick one One and a half all right here we go. What frustrates him. Most about the current us a tough way to lose. But we're not gonna get down to one about a boon. Yes okay. it's short. But basically he phrased him does. He need to make the playoffs to get a contract extension. I can't answer that question right now. it's july one. i'm just. That's just not not going there. Which i think is fair so it's a long way to go. They haven't gotten to the trade deadline. You're gonna look like so. I think it's fair right quickly with the hoops. The bucks did beat the hawks one twenty one twelve in game five last night. No jaanus brook lopez's steps up thirty three points. Seven rebounds milwaukee goes up three two series going back to atlanta for game six. We'll see of trae. Young can get himself healthy enough. You would imagine at least give it a shot to play right facing elimination. Yes i think that was why they arrested him last night to make sure back to back out there no doubt when does montreal and tampa play believed tonight right we believe. I haven't actually looked because i've been so preoccupied with everything else but Yeah two lightning so you've got game upside the head right three tonight. You're a hockey game montreal. That's that's part of it to kim. I'm not interested in it. Because yeah i love when we play. The highlights of michigan tremendous. Yes we'll had they played. I wave with dave michigan a good day before we take a break on one second. Can you find one day michigan for this. Is the tampa tampa. Radio team dave michigan and phyllis so we remember you remember the ones we played yesterday. the one. That's the one we but you like them for different reasons. I like the over the top ones. They were both over one. This was the one blake. Coleman had like the diving goal at the end of the second right side. It's done over to center ice past locked away by the donna. Good role carries the cross. The line open right circle point three seconds. David clinch two point. Three seconds ahead. They had a problem those two though they disagreed right. When the islanders series i forget the back grind pohlak. They didn't fight but the two of them clearly weren't on the same page for freddie doesn't go back far enough for yeah. I don't give a damn. They were screaming on the air in real time. There happen chris. Thank you yes. Thank you good to see. You always good to see you. He say fifteen minutes. It's as good as it's going to get down though i disagree. I think it's the right of the airport. Yeah that's what i came. Real quick tampa has a really good radio team for its baseball coverage as well dave sims and andy. Free sittings thunell different. Andy freeman is on his name. Reid andy free. They're really good. We've been doing it for like back when we never play them. Because i understand that but interesting good. Maybe they could do hockey. Who knows each the morning show with boomer esiason in gregg giannotti boomerang z. o. Dave will and andy entat's raised misspoke in the moment dog. That hanging there really good so we got a. Don't really much time. We had a couple more minutes. Just i guess some. What do you think goes on this. Because it's before i did the warm up show at sal and chris christie yankee fan thousand met fan. It's funny listen to the two of them. South like the yankees and go out and sweep in christmas like you know. I feel like the mets. Come shut them down now. Pretty much independent. What do you see this. I think with the graham having pitched last night. I i can see a yankee sweetness. I i'm just not sure you know. Strowman against coal. Marlins pitching well now. He's had a little little hiccups healthwise and that kind of thing also coming back from. I believe bereavement list. Or if i believe they still use that but You know and. I think that could be a really fun. Matchup tomorrow cole. And and stroman. Who's a personality on the mound and that kind of thing but i could see the yankees kind of rallying the troops here. They had a day off yesterday because of the weather or they anticipated. Whether i suppose. I think the yankees probably went at least two and maybe sweep. I think tonight i mean this and i liked. I've enjoyed watching walker. Pitch been good. If the mets don't win tonight. I would be very concerned. And that's nothing again strowman. I think stroman cole could exit after six with a two two game. I'm very concerned about the midst putting any runs on the board and think advantage yankees there and if that ever happens. Yeah i mean you could be looking at three straight in the bronx very easily. And who knows if taiwan walker gets them out to a good start and coal is pitching the way. he's been pitching. You gotta shot so agreed but when you truly don't score or score like almost the bare minimum of runs you just pick your put your pitching staff in an impossible position. Even yesterday they score three runs. But you're still. It's like watching the game. It's like do something and they really didn't do anything. You got the one earlier on great. And then dom smith the run and then the one home run and then he ties it with the other. But it's not like they don't do anything never a big inning and there's over the tack on runs. There's never the lets you know you know sure. It's not a conscious thing but there's never the let's get a few more insurance runs for are really good pitching staff and we can all feel good about this one and the yankees for as up and down and inconsistent. As they've been they did show that the other night putting up those seven runs early and fully capable of doing it and to me anytime the yankees go out and scored seventy eight runs. You not surprise. I mean they have the we've talked about it all morning. The name value the talents there. The done it and for me. And i'm built this way. Rojo spoon will both be much. Must watch them calls this weekend. They are almost always for me anyway but absolutely this weekend each morning show with boomer. Esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo.

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Alabama, Ohio St & Missouri Pro Day Recap

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

35:48 min | 2 years ago

Alabama, Ohio St & Missouri Pro Day Recap

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks all busy week on the pro day, circuit is we welcome you to the latest edition of the move the sticks podcast Bucky Brooks in the house. I am the ghost Arete Louis the real rent Lewis died. In fact, waiting for drew lock to throw your. You're going to know for sure. What we experienced today with unlike anything I've ever experienced when it comes to a pro day we were in full hurry up. And wait all my goodness. I mean, people out there fans of the show that we're watching the pro day special today policies I t's to you that we were gonna have drew locks pro day coming up for two hours. I mean, really to plus he came on at about was one twenty five eastern time. I mean, you did a great job of and. Yeah, thanks, thanks. I do that all for you. A Java teasing. He's about to throw is going to throw trust me. He did. In fact there. We'll get to his pro day here in just a moment. In fact, that's why I am in fact in for Daniel, Jeremiah he has been out on the road. He is I assuming somewhere in between Columbia, Missouri and back here in LA. The biggest question though, is how much Chick-fil-A he's actually out of the road. It's it could get ugly. I mean because he'd likes to go real real simple, five minutes in and out throw that thing away. And then let's move on get back into the taste. That's that's what he's doing. Love deejay. Did a great job forced out on the road. And let's start with Dwayne Haskins is pro day we had that for your Wednesday right here in NFL network. Look, this was probably my favorite pro day that we've done thus far this season. It was it was a really impressive workout for Dwayne Haskins for a lot of different reasons. Hit some of those force right now, you know. You know, the has has always been a very impressive prospect like even though he's a one year star. But when you wash them on tape what he was able to do in the big ten fifty touchdowns eight hundred sections. So you knew he was really talented. But then when you watched him throw at the workout I think he came firmed all those things classic dropback passer agai with exceptional arm talent can make every throw and really make it very effortlessly. And then he what he tried to do with answer some of the questions about the subtle movement. Scans was interesting and the pocket disorder movements being able to stay within the pocket and doing those things and what I've said it would continue to say is he is traditional drawback pass it at has been a dominant player in our league for the last thirty years. His ability to make throws from the pocket is exactly what every office coordinator has always wanted. And I think when you look at him and how he plays the questions that you have is Kenny survive is going to be a sitting duck. And Secondly, how does that experience a lack of experience translate? Into performance early in his career. And I think at the pro day, I come away a little more convinced that he will be able to success right away. Because not only the talent. But I feel like he's a very mature charismatic leader who just kind of connects with his teammates. And then when you talk to people about how he's interviewed and what he's been able to display when it comes to work into board, many smart as it where he's April key when it comes to his I q I just think he is destined for stardom in the league. And I think the pro day workout gave you a glimpse at what he could be the next level twenty eight Ohio State record seven big ten records, including those fifty touchdown passes which breaks drew breezes. Big ten Mark out what she said back at Purdue look impressive all in one season. It's a with that comes a little extra scrutiny. Right. Would he have been able to stack that on top of one another and keep going in the other thing that you bring up with a guy with limited experiences? The leadership. How does he respond to the guys? And I thought Ryan day kinda helped. Answer that for us when he sat down with DJ after the Haskins workout in. So that he saw dean's leadership evolve. After he got more games under his belt. And the one thing that I'll say about him in just observing him in interviews going all the way back to the Super Bowl. And then seeing him talk to our guys they're after the workout comfortable in the spotlight and buck that is something that would play. Well, if in fact, the giants were sitting there number six who had pet Shurmur intendant -tendance if they decide to turn in the card with Haskins name on it because I think you have to be very comfortable with the personnel. Especially if you're the giants coming on the hills of whatever their reasons for getting rid of ODA Beckham junior. Yeah. The guy who's going to be the launch. Phase of the franchise has to be someone to kind of falls in line with maybe a little more conservative slant that the giants won't to take when it comes to being kind of the Bill of the ball and so- Dwayne Haskins. Believe cannot only him the spotlight. But I think he understands how to come. Do it when he needs to. So that he can maintain his focus on being the best football player. The best team leader that needs to be and not necessarily the Broadway star that everyone is kinda celebrating and doing those things in terms of the endorsements and the Alta feels stuff that he's a football focus guy. And that he's going to be the best player. Did he can be because go put the work in? Yeah. No question. And you know, he said, he's okay. If he is stranded by the giants was a giants fan growing up in New Jersey, okay? Sitting behind ally. Manning the giants have made quite clear is there guy right now for twenty nine this it I think Dwayne and thinking about the giants David get them and said something a few weeks ago. He talked about the Kim city model work, the will for Mahomes and a think what is I don't know if get them in his boxed into anything right now this point at number six, I think he could be swayed and convinced a maybe I do need to take a quarterback is options. Maybe or maybe you know, what I feel like the pass. Versus are going to give us more bang for the buck say what you want to about them not taking a quarterback last year saquon, the they hit on saquon Barkley was everything that we thought it would be. And so if they get another blue clear that bacon and maybe come back later and get the quarterback. How can you knock the plan? And so he just has to make a decision is to Wayne Haskins worthy of being a number six pig based on his personality and his game not likely Nick Bosa there at number six when the giants hit the clock certainly expecting him to be gone in the top five did not get to see him at the pro day, but lucky answered all the questions at the combine rate, and even though we only saw him in three games in his final year at Ohio State. You have any any issue with him passing on? No, no. Because that's why you should work at a common. You work at a comment because every every coach every scout in the league there in attendance. And so if you knock out your work at the combine, if you kinda check all the marks there's really no need for you to participate in pro day, and because we have seen I won't say a rash of injuries because we've seen a number of injuries pops of high profile gas. There's no need for him to put himself at risk. He shown everybody everything that he could display right now is just about him getting ready to get for get ready for training camp. And here's going on draft night. There's nothing else that he's gonna show it approach this ultimately gonna change his drafts. Still there talking with coaches and general managers in fact had dinner with the forty Niners contingent, including GM John Lynch night before the pro day, forty Niners owners of the number two overall pick and we've got the three sixty series coming back this year Bucky to buckeyes in fact. Leading off the three sixty series this year, we'll have doing Haskins three sixty Tuesday, March twenty sixth. And then we'll hear the story the full story on Bosa Tuesday, April second how about we get back in time a little bit Tuesday had thrown my analyst hat on for this one on NFL network. Do it had to do it as we gotta look at the Alabama. Pro no quarterback this year throwing that because early next year. Maybe we'll get to that. We'll get to that. But. Before we break down, the crimson tide prospects DJ there and Tuscaloosa was Kim Jones for NFL network on Tuesday, and they caught up with head coach Nick Sabin and projected first-round pick defensive tackle Quinton Williams. Along with Kim Jones pleased to be joined by the man who runs this place coach Nick Sabin coach. Thank you so much for taking some time for today. Good to be here. What's the feeling like on daylight today? It's almost feels like another graduation for these players. Well, I've certainly appreciate what all these guys have done to help us be successful. They've done a great job for us here. And we know it's a lot of them stream to have an opportunity to play to next level. So we'd like to help them every way that we can. So they get the best opportunity to have chance to play at the next level. And it's good to see, you know, all the people from the NFL here who are showing interest in these players, which is a good start form. Quinten Williams is a little bit of phenomenon to those of us who weren't around him for his whole career a one year guy. But what did you see from him? That led you to believe he could be this player. Well, we like wouldn't come out of high school. You know, he wasn't quite as big as a lot of the other guys that would be the so-called five star guy or whatever. And maybe that's why he didn't get recruited quite as highly as some others, but we thought because of his quickness in his athleticism. He could develop this kind of size and strength that he needed to be a very dominant player and actually played well for us prior to this year went sort of under the radar because he didn't play all that much. But we always thought he could be a really really good player, and he certainly didn't disappoint this year and had a fabulous year. Coach on the scouting side of things. I'm always intrigued by what you see going to the recruiting process, and you can look to some five star guys out on this field. But you mentioned Quinton and Josh Jacobs's another one that you guys found that wasn't recruited by everybody in the nation. If you're looking for those core values that you're looking for in a player. What are they? Well, we sort of define for every position. You know, what we're looking for from a critical factor standpoint. But character ability to communicate intelligence size and speed, and you know, sometimes guys meet our criteria. And they really I mean, we kind of go about it like the draft. Yeah. So it doesn't matter really how many stars they get or what everybody else thinks of them. This is recruiting an inexact science NFL draft is a bit of an exact science. So we've been fortunate to be able to see some guys and find some guys that turned out to be really good players that maybe got overlooked when you look at Clinton and Jona Williams and practices. How did they make each other better? Well, I think that's the number one thing if you talked to our players plan the league that they would tell you that the fact that our players get challenged every day by the guy they practice against, you know, Jonathan I don't know say my factor. Camera. It's every day for three years and Marlon Humphrey say I had cover art Cooper every day for three years. And because they were challenged in practice that really helped them improve as players, and I think those two guys would probably say very much the same coach getting a lot of the talent that these guys present. But from from a leadership standpoint, but was going to be difficult for you to replace in this group of guys we have out here right now. Well, I mean, there's quite a few guys in this group that would be hard to single out. Somebody who didn't set a good example who wasn't someone who the other players could emulate that you couldn't just point to say to like that guy doesn't it would almost be unfair to a lot of these guys to single one guy out because this was a a really special group Nick when it comes to Josh Jacobs. What would you tell the NFL about his work ethic and his versatility in particular? Well, they're not gonna find anybody. That's going to work any harder to try to be the best. Player that he can be. And we're talking about a guy that's blue collar. Now. He'll run the ball. He'll catch passes he'll play receiver. He'll run speed sweeps. Then he'll turn around and run down on a kick off and never never never take himself out of a special team. I mean, he was on three core special teams for us. And if we were head fifty six nothing he never asked to come out. So he's that kind of competitive character type of guy he's going to do the best. He can for his team. But from running back standpoint, you know, the guy can carried inside he can carry it outside. He's very quick. He's got power. He can run behind his pads, and he's an extremely good receiver, and he's very difficult to cover as third down back. So this guy's pretty complete. I'm a big fan of judge as well. He brings to the table coach. We saw you with with coach Bela. Check you guys go back forever chance to visit with an old friend like that. We were just curious talking with somebody's what was that conversation? It was going on that. There was a lot of conversation. We're old friends. So we have lots of stories to tell and you know, things that we both. Learned from that. We messed up in the past even when we were together, and we talked personally about our families. We talk about I was really close with his dad, and you know, we talk Balsam, and obviously it's important to. Get a good evaluation on players. So we talk about a lot of players as well. Sit on that conversation. The best coach in the history of college football talking to the best coach in the history of the NFL coach, thanks so much for your time. We thank you get a chance with Kim. To to welcome Quinn into the set quitting. Nice easy for you today. What went into the today to to stand on what you did the combine on just on I finger on I missed my finger doing the season had missed them legal in it. And so I didn't wanna just got it fixed at right out of the combined just want to injure anymore and things like that. By getting my stains too much and putting a lot of pressure on hitting things and different things. Like this trying to get rid of OTA's rookie minicamp and things like that after the draft. So I feel I did a lot of things impressive things at the combine and solidified myself in my position on the thing that I did on the field and bagged up my performance at the combine with my performance on the field. So. Let's be honest. You were outstanding. Combine you don't need to add to that. When you look at this draft. It's a great draft for the defense for the D line. Do you think you're the best player in this draft a lot of guys and his group? Like, crystal Wilkerson on this Lawrence all of a lot of guys who got great performance. But I feel like I have a lot of stuff on better. Those guys lot of attribute as good better than those guys accu- level. I no guys I feel like I wanted to base diva tackling his group I thought the most dominating player on tape that I watched this entire site each and every game you brought it. Now the question that's gonna come up is town here Alabama. This was the year where you took off. What's your answer to teams when they ask you about your previous years and a lack of production had the bag on guys who was better guys. Who's in the NFL I around guys, and I had to play my part playing here, the bam. You got a lot of great guys. You got a lot of NFL potential guys. A lot of guys who are great. Would they do? And you gotta play a role and win show opportunity. Come up with your decision to make the best opportunities. So this year, I knew Durant pain was leaving. And I knew the both DA's was coming back. So and I'll play at the time I wanted to get on the field. So I made that transition to gain the weight. Almost forty four five pounds. I went from two seventy two like three three hundred and something south light inet range. But gain the weight in play learned position on learn how to do different needs like dove attains sit in learn different things in inside and made the best of my opportunity. So how did you gain that amount of weight and keep your explosiveness and quickness coach Cochran, Amy man, like nutritious? I am bread right after I got talking about making that decision. I had went to coach Cockman first because he he wanted to play their way he knowing good player, and he cmih develops that came in. And I told him I but this season that wanted to tackle a nose guard. And he was like we can do it. Like, you gotta be disciplined, you gotta work at and all you. And then I'm gonna do it like this. We're going to play this year. So then I taught him is Amy 'cause you can't gain for the pounds of muscle. I had to say. Eat right Mace. I do a lot of things in my diet wise. So I can gain good fats and get on stay explosive things like that. Now, we have a bunch of general managers here teams chance reported that you met with with the giants. You have any other meeting set up a lotta times, they surround these pro days teams. Yeah. Me with a few things here today. You know? You know? Everybody's gonna find. But I really don't I really don't know exactly with teams right now. But I I will find out after the proceeds itself, but I know I'm gonna meet with a few teams. And I happen to me with him. I mean, I love talking about football little talking about life, and I'm really excited to start my during off in NFL, man. So like see here today, and I just got too excited. 'cause I'm like man, I play I got. So as I got see their team man he wanted to play on my other teams to see I'm playing I'm going fall. The science shoes leaving Alabama in address from Alabama and may potentially go play with him. So it's so cool like this whole process and I'm joined every bit. But I know I got a bigger picture here with Brickman camping in drafting this star my journal NFL. So before you joined us, we had a touching piece by. An interview with you. That was so well done and our colleague chase. Good bread. Also did a fantastic piece. A lot of it centered on your losing your mother when you were twelve what kind of impact has that left on your life. Not bad not in the negative way in the pas away. I know my mom taught me a lot of stuff not a fundamental stuff. A lot of these. I respect discipline on effort to do that. She was an educator so school came first. And then never left me. She left me where I use everyday everyday everyday life me being a celebrity of me being NFL prospect. I'm still going to school to get my degree because it is EMMY lie Emeka, my whole family educators things like that. And looking at like, people might think oh man, you want you to go make me I mean like that it really don't matter to me. I want to be the best person. I could be on a feeling all the feeling be the best person for my family. And this as good as them for the kids back in Birmingham who who had his who like people who had this process. It could have been his by. But then had nobody to lead them in the right way. Oh, yeah. For sure for sure. Yes. I for sure believe she leave me. Now. Like, there's everything everything she do everything. I do I think about women don't think about if I do these like even in even in like off the field and the Dr like what I need to do. You know, what I'm saying to be best person? I can be. She's proud for. Sure. No option. I see it in my grandma my grandma my grandma like educator. I so when she found out leaving school early. She took it hard because he know the process and stuff like that about leaving school early, and I'm gonna degree. But I was like man like this Curry's get a chance to go to the NFL. Well, I'm gonna let you go be with your teammates and watch the workout today last thing before we let you leave miss Amy helped you put on forty could you help me take off five shoe Prosser. I don't see we got a we had a player nine Brown a little weight problem. She man she own your like on you. This is on your way out the door is what probably I tried to allay. So I had a lot of different healthy things. So it'd be lamb Charles. All right. Thank you. Thank you. All right. It's interesting insight getting for both saving. I love Quentin Williams. I just like I wanna be a hug, you know, like this. He smiles his easy happy, dude. And I love there was a great back to campus series on an fell dot com where chase good bread wrote a really good piece on Quentin Williams talking about dealing with the wall of his mother to cancer when he was twelve years old and his brother Quincy's older brother talked about how you know. He's a guy in Quinton who will hold the door open for lady, Kip carrier bag groceries. If you've got a heavy box. He'll help you move it. And he gets all that from his mom. That's just the way he is. And then though, he flips the switch, and he becomes the monster that we saw this year. And ultimately, he's the right kind of player that every team wants. Meaning you want the gentleman that is perfect away from the field. But when he steps in between the lines he flips to switch, and he becomes a. Nasty disruptive player gathered is a force on the field. That is what Quinton Williams is. He is a nice fun loving guy. Like everything about him. He sounds like he's countries corn. He's a lovable big old teddy bear. But then there's something about when he was on daleks uniform, and he straps it up. He's a different guy. He is a temple center difference maker. He's a dominant player. And in fact, I think you can make the case that maybe he's the best player in the draft based on how he his dominated the game his final season. But I think the big thing that we have to look at when it comes to him when you picking that high up how what kind of impact will make overall in the passing game took about more so Doria sa- former Alabama crimson tide play went to overall one of four defensive linemen sits three that been drafted in the top three. Right. And so when when when you. Think about that. And what kind of impact Dr Maki as to Pro Bowl? A but typically if you selected in the top five you have to be able to impact the passing game and Ken Williams give you enough bang for the buck when it comes to second quarterback in disrupting the passing game to make it worthy of being a top two or three pick the two running backs. Probably the top two running backs in the draft right now. Depending on who you ask if they are for you. My correct Josh Jacobs, Damian Harris, we did not see jus- Jacobs at the combine was dealing with a little bit of an injury. He comes back runs. His forty four point six. Oh, I believe was the official time that enough for you to be a first-round pick. He's a tricky one. He's a tricky win for me because he's kind of been anointed up there. And I believe he benefits from the elven Kamara bounds advocate. Moore was a guy that should have been a first round. Pick wasn't picked in the first round goes into third around for whatever reason he I'll plays status. So everyone is looking for the next guy that has had success flash. But the production didn't necessarily match the talent. When you looked at the tape. Kamara was different though, because I think to production was you had to look to question that you had about him. He never tested on eighteen times in a game. When I look at Josh Jacobs justic never been over a thousand yards. Right. So we've kind of giving him the benefit of the doubt that he is going to be the store the next level. He's a first round pick. What happens when we start loading up touches the same type of what happens we start loading touches. And what happens when you're the man when everyone knows that you're the Rb one we handed to you. We're gonna drop. An extra defend into box. Can you survive and thrive in that environment? And I think there's a case to be made. I don't know because detract record isn't there's not enough history to say that he can do it. And so I'm a little worried I think to tell them when I talked to run back in a guy can do it all you heard Nick saving strong endorsement he talked about the guy being able to be three down back. He's tough. He's physical. He's a worker. He'll get on special teams do anything everything. Right. So I like to work ethic. But at some point you just wanna make sure that the production matches up in meets where he should be drafted to put that in into perspective two hundred fifty two career touches that's in the run game end in the past game for Josh Jacobs. And by comparison will talk another guy in this class. David Montgomery out of Ohio out of Iowa State two hundred fifty seven carries this year. So look, you know, there's just the sample size is a little bit different. When you go to Damian Harris, the thing that keeps keeps popping into my mind here. I think what the program I think Damian Harris or Josh you have Jesse Darnell Jefferson tailback, and then you have Damian Harris Ray Griffin starting tailback. You know what I mean? Like, he's the guy who started he tried him out there when they need the tough yards guy who can get it it between the tackles funny thing to me is he's he's the exact same measurable guy to Alvin Kamara, but they are different runners different run not as as explosive dynamic with the ball in his hands. But he's just what a co- kind of like a a blue-collar tough guy when it comes to run the ball the thing that is funny is how he's kind of been cast to the side head into the season. He was a guy that was universally celebrated as the number one running back in the class. I don't know what he did. Because he lost his job in some way at Alabama. But we've kind of thrown to the we really haven't had a discussion about dude. But he's been very very productive. And so he is upstaged because Josh Jacobs. Finished a year with the Bank. And I think it is almost like a fight where you kind of win on the cars because you get the little sugary Leonard flurry, right? Around and just with Josh Jacobson being but Damian Harris every good running back in his own, right? Ray griffin. Starting tailback love it. A quickly on Irv. Smith, look, his dad was one of my favorite saints mentioned this former first round pick of the New Orleans Saints believe is back in nineteen Ninety-three. Notre Dame went to brother Martin high school in New Orleans, and look he's a really good player. Right. Probably number three tight end. But does he do enough? Really, really? Well, he any leat enough pass catcher or an elite enough Platt past run blocker pass blocker to be a first round pick. I think so I think he's lied enough. I think he's he's kind of a mixed. He's a flex died in. I believe he blocked well enough to be able to hold his own on the edges, and he is enough athleticism to be difference maker over the middle to feel and what you're looking for the Tynan position now or guys that can create mismatches. I believe he can do to and come from Alabama. I think he's tough enough. He has been exposed to enough of the run game to be a factor when it comes to blocking. I am fine with earth myth being maybe the third tight, and it comes off toward but coming off the board in the first round Joan Williams, garter tackle, almost of tackle give them every opportunity until left tackle, you know, like semesters because I think now both tackles have to be effective, but probably he's better suited to play on the right side. And I got from he needs to be a guy that can can handle guess more of the base defensive end to get. It is not as if let it, but what defenses guys doing now the trick and putting their best pass rusher on this. So they can work against inferior tackle. But I think he's good enough. Give them every opportunity to play on the outside. If he fails move them inside to guard. But I think he can succeed at right tackle in the pros. Lastly, MAC Wilson. 'cause we didn't really see anything from downtown Thomson. Mac wilson. Interesting guy. Right. I mean, probably has more of the measurable 's that you would want from a linebacker in today's NFL a little bit bigger. Maybe even got this from an NFL coach said he kind of likes his speed and strengthen explosiveness maybe even a little bit more than the two Devon's Devin Bush. Okay. But you just don't see the impact that those two guys had from Mak Wilson. And so you're wondering like he kinda like into all right disag-. I Mak Wilson who sees a crack? Come and he's going to take this where the other two guys will do so on your own out in personnel playing personalities or little different look nastier, look grittier. But Wilson is an outstanding player against a ball. In terms of in coverage does great jogging his hands. He'll come now interceptions. He can draw he can flow to the ball all of those things just a different personality, though. And so how does that play immediate rooms when you meet them for the first time? How does the interview thing a lot of that? Will determine where he's drafted because the play speaks for himself. He's a very good player. I call him a b plus player and my estimates. He's a borderline first round player. The personality. I think he pushed him over the top on either way either. He's pushing into the first round or drop them out of the first round based on how you interact with the coaches on interviews. We talked about drew lock for about four hours today on NFL network. We we talked about a half hour lead up to just about four minutes. And how about four minutes, you got it. Drew lock gonna put it on the clock. Here we go. You gave him a B bookie laid out for me. Yeah. Give them a game. A on his pro day performance because he has some Mistrals. But regardless of what he did today. I think he's very intriguing prospect because man, he is outstanding physical tools. I mean, he's the height that you want. He has exceptional arm talent. He's a very good athlete. He can make big throws down to feel. He can make him off platform inside and outside the pocket. The thing that troubles. You about drew lock is inconsistency. You look into Lok completion percentage. He's under sixty four ski you don't like that. He does miss at times on that intermediate air. He wasn't standings to a lot of it today intermediate throws. And then when you watched approach workout he struggled a little bit in that that ten to eighteen yard. Area with those throws. But saying all of that if I am a team looking for your franchise quarterback. And if I have the luxury of having a ga- already in the building drew lock is the first guy that I'll be willing to sign up and take because his talent reminds me a lot of Matthew Stafford. And I think you get them right now where you don't have to rush into the feel. I believe you can teach them how to play the right way just watching how you progressed in the senior bowl from Monday to Saturday. You saw a guy who kind of understood when Jon Gruden was coming at him hard. He responded to it played will practice will. I liked this. So that's important point there. Yeah. Yeah. So when you think about the development potential that he has if you're able to redshirt him for year, or even more I think you have an opportunity to really uncover a really really talented player that becomes a long-term sort of for longtime. I'm with you there. And you know, we talked about range we talk about that a lot ceiling and floor on on path of the draft. Every Monday through Friday, six PM eastern time right here in NFL network. DC him getting past the Redskins at fifteen. It's what risk ins are thinking in how they love their gas currently on their roster. But I think the range for drew lot can be we've talked about Tam, but I'm dropping down a little bit fifteen to twenty eight from the Washington Redskins to LA charges. They're handful teams in between that could make moves to risk into fifteen the Oakland Raiders into twenty seven to make it move. You talk about the old guard when it comes to the Pittsburgh Steelers. You talk about the New York Giants have another by today apple shirts at I mean, like those teams chargers have of mic. So I think he could be in play at the bottom of the first round by team. That has a veteran quarterback that is a year to away from kind of walking off into the sunset. Drew Brees would be a great game to get develop and see how he plays out. Lastly on this one I thought it was interesting. You compared in the Matthew Stafford Steve whites told us that drew lock mentioned the lions. Our team. He's meeting with oh doesn't surprise me. Here is why it doesn't surprise. The Detroit lines maybe ready to move all Matthew Stafford only because Matt Patricia wants to play a certain way. And if you think about the way the patriots played traditionally Tom Brady is one of those guys who was okay doing different things. He's older. Now, though, he'll run the ball. He doesn't my hand the ball off to the runningback twenty twenty five times he'll throw when he has throw. He doesn't have the put it all himself. I don't know if we can get Matthew Stafford to do that. Because Matthew Stafford is only one way for his entire career in Detroit. He's always headed all on him. Now, he's never really had the luxury of having a strong running game behind him. But when you look at the Detroit Lions doing the Detroit Lions are trying to play a little more old school traditional ball. They going get Dera Belva to be the new office coordinator Matt petitions talked about being able to run the football defensive coach wants to run it play. Good defense keeping score. Now control the game with the run. We'll Matthew Stafford sign. Yup. To do that. So if you can't get Matthew Stafford to do that. How about we go to the lab and make it Matthew Stafford clone that has similar traits? It said teach him how to play the game to quote, unquote, right way. I love Stafford. I mentioned today on our produce special. Stafford is still one of the guys that the manning stock about as the most impressive that has run through the mail. Super all summer. But I'm Mitch I talked to Archie this morning and said he was in love with the way the ball came out of drew lock hand. He didn't make the comparison. But I'm just I'm bringing that up because he was really impressed by him. So Matthew Stafford to top ten quarterback in the league right now. Right or well. I think you make argument I think like some people will say the SEC is some people say, no, he's not that's bowl last year. I was willing to say he was MVP until they come to wheels. Phil felt his last year. He got hurt. Remember, he got hurt. Yeah. I think the pink or the hand. Yeah. Because even then they finish Tennessee. Jim co was last year. Yeah. Ninety six seven at a winning record. And so he was playing really well until he got hurt. And so I mean you right Steph number they're not seven so Matthew staff. It was number one overall. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. Right. So that's interesting. I think the Denver Broncos are interesting at number ten if. John Elway falls in love with a big arm. We seen that happen in the past with Paxton Lynch, right? We don't wanna make that mistake. Again. I'm not saying by any means that that drew lock Paxton. But it's it's fun. It's fun to play that game. And we shall see. 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Go my workers and ran out of that place but yes You'll probably likely to our they do it all the maneuver if when they concert. I'm sure they probably pass them off to pound land in those kind of places right because you know by Monday. By Tuesday basically Wednesday Thursday is basically become null and void unless a psycho likes by eastern lunch shot on a buffet of most part. They're very quiet. Time sensitive under those kind of traits but what will they do them to? I'm sure there's a pan is probably not. You're not going to probably give way to a homeless shelter. I I'm not sure somebody without roof right. All without kind of dry clothes is going to be a nominative being given can read it for to eat it. That's what they're looking for early. And economists early exchange effort kind of class. I substances even imagine you know. Take him but you know. I'm not sure he can do but anyway. Dah Dah side. Feeling good for him. Great Start the week has begun a bit slow as it usually doesn't buy cloudy weekends usually these days when you're spent most of your morning or afternoon recovering from some sort of hangover due to the past weekend activities but because we're look down because we have been told to stay indoors because we have been banned from congregating in large groups. Essentially people shouldn't be hung over in unless you had little private Indoors in residence low banqueting we can govern properly. You should be in the best thing you might have been last year. Which is my big thing and you might be looking thinking what I might need. These incremental bus time just stuck indoors have visited. Because you don't get me wrong. We can get tips. You can get rectal home if you want to. But that has its limit to write part of the reason why people like pre drinking home it. Because it's a pre drink before you go out here something else right as soon as the pinnacle of your evening they get an extra psycho who puts a narrow raised in your own house. Which people do that? Maybe they do with Boyd remodeled stuff. You can probably get away with. Haven't we can speakers connected to assist them? Get THE PRISONERS. Playing live online to stream real. You're wherever you know. Maybe it's put your phone. I G live Nicole Meru Scan conover. You could do that if you wanted to. Buy US a bit weird. Most people would probably get a couple of tennis racket. A few lions hang a and then venture out to go see some strangers ought to go see some guy or Gal Play Dixon. Really Dimly Lit Room with speakers blaring into your ears But we can't do that the member so you have to do what we have to do. So what have I done this week to changing up I've kind of enacted a schedule of a routine of daily ritual as you might have seen from this book. I mentioned last week by Mason. Curry is one of the books that was featured in to various is Book Club that. He ran for short period of time in my been a year or so that kind of put it on ice but essentially he was recommended. A few books for us to read. If you're part of the book club you're kind of email. If email is block or he biscuit took a book where he he booked that would be value to people who have risk of self-improvement or vicious fiction wherever it may be. It's at the book divided antidotes at times. Obviously get involved in the community replying. Cammisa share your force. I picked up this David children probably I think the first one. Let's say in the routine to show. If it was the first bomb is probably around the first ones and really eye-opening essentially each page each few pages on the book highlights one influential thinker. Great Mind and kind of breaks down. Did they Routine some people are near the funny thing about some of the people featured is the allowed them are quite adamant they don't have a ritual routine dialect. No I'm just a free spirit or whatever but then once they grow the bit deeper rivers via talk to themselves and kind of figuring out what they do you can kind of patched together bevere framework us to walk guests done at what time and you know what was that saying they say what concrete what can't get measured conch improved or whatever. There's some time people use but the idea of like Flam by Seattle pants at that kind of level fishy if you're talking about. I don't know let's pick some random the Hutu lists. Someone rolled under no know here if you're talking about Eagles straps disturbance Ski Samuel Beckett Scott Fitzgerald James. Joyce Wounded People's likely they're going to be at that level prolific as ers writers intellectuals. Be without some kind of Routine or rituals a day during the style of wherever field of study. They are into so obviously work aside. People's schedules are a bit opinion at the moment ever saw doing whatever right. They're just trying to make sure each day feels like a different day because at the moment if it was like groundhog day so in order to kind of help. I've decided to do a ritual which includes going to hear my list actually off soft. I'M GONNA take off but App cooled coach. Stop me mature if anyone's used really handy as offering it's not one that be involved in to Disappear coastal musical Screenings he that the Up Smart loading up there. Can you see Hatton up picking up his anyway? It doesn't matter so especially to do list that you basically add different tossed skin things that you WanNa do during the day and each toss acute or specify how many days in the week day to get done so if you if. You know running for instance. I want to do that five times a week manager Fridays. Just just put five little ducks down and then you can take them off as you go along and the best pop ethic is each topic. Each worst thing that you put down with something people are doing to. I've maybe are generally W. Little Subgroup. Low community basically comment with and ask questions. Reply a finger as you can see that a little bit probably not basically. I would describe the screen but discreet Bonday. You can press. Say you've done it and then you could also some questions down below so yours is doing it in the day. It's really handy so I think to use a I've got here. Hd Two hundred pushups ups Journaling in the morning which includes Ryan. Down my moaning force things. I've kind of four about Today given that brain fog listen audiobook for an hour. Read for an hour. I run and grab posts. Of course I'm doing at the moment. My website quarter default contract out if you're not already but that's the kind of routine of Richard have kind of a laid out for myself over the last over the next few weeks I think in the UK. We have a review as to. What's going to happen with the lockdown moving on again to extended into shorter nail all Republicans? Extend this unlikely. They're going to show people have been asking a four lately but there's a review happening so there's some time to kind of analyze us to what goes on next book. I'm assuming my assumption will be that will be in this condition. Probably until the end of June. I'm going to say judge about what's happening and in August from July dose of relaxing. A little bit more may be enacting the same change in Spain and maybe allowing people from the manufacturing industry to go back to work or hover social workers Over companies will have to make a decision as to what they do. Day today allow Most of their work was combustion. Your fist duties to have an office does things that are still going to be up here but I think I definitely doing courage. Definitely Number One. Picking up his book they chose especially. If you're stuck in the mire you don't know what to do in trying to figure out how to plan your days. Steffi recommend you check this out and then secondly just get to do list. Get some kind of a daily habit tracking up you can use and SPEC are a few things are trying to be specific as I can like. Go write a blog post right for each day. It doesn't have the adults pacify what topic it can be just were. I wanted as a win for me but yet to be stupid. Pacific leg so he knows everything right. Five hundred words about subject put that down so it has an intention and action behind that can follow it as it pushes. Lexa flowery general of Golfing that was to me and again tranquil. Smallest possible you start with one or two and in trampled as you as you proceed your name for us because this is the volume. You don't WanNa just have no things in there so you can feel good about yourself in in a couple of days. Once a motivations gone you will come crashing down. That's not the way to do it. But that's what I'm doing for now going forward but yeah. What else has been abroad? Actually in terms of interesting look on news. I just saw actually that supposedly Monday Bank of kind of let go a few people and Juta the whole lock down because I have not seen that much music and maybe I've not been paying attention because the tech startup world in London to move as quickly as it doesn't end you have a place in Silicon Valley so things are always changing. But I I always have the impression on all of the startups founders. Whatever they may be in London quite close keenum quite close lipped about why she goes on. The property as investigatory river at term is as it may be in the state so some of the things that happens sometimes. Sit for the cracks right. People can sometimes get mud in London. Modernity make be able to do in the US but news has come out. This has been a featured by tech crunch that monitors CEO founder has decided to not take salary for next month in order to help the staff Help to keep I guess the majority of the staff on board and oversee. He decided to enter them into the voluntary furlough plan. So this is here from tech prototype full details. It's as Mondo. Ceo excited for two months after Lim number off of it Furlough some assuming so. Let's read this because users should be applied to everyone right but let's see what's happening here says the they said Monitor. Uk Turns Your Bank. We've over four hundred million subscriber account or story is taking a number of precautionary steps to help see. Fruita current Corona Virus Downton could involuntary furloughs and CFO. Going your Saturday ticker to understand internal company wide memo issued by the CO founder. Ceo Talk Bluefield. He tells the banks of a one thousand five hundred staff that he won't be taking the salary for next twelve months. Jesus Nice very honorable fielder to and at the senior management team and board. I wanted to take a twenty percent pay-cut et Cetera as I've ever Munzer notes in a company. In addition a number of months employers are being off voluntary furloughing for two months as part of the scheme brought up on UK government to protect Which is already impacting. Many companies notice Munzer including several of fintech furlough ensures that employees do get paid even when work was decreased and that when. Hopley return to normal. There's just a comeback to overwork. Capitalized like other banks and fintech smothers seen customers caught spend reduce at home and of course abroad meaning as lessee less revenue. From incharge interchange fees are so their model is entirely Resting on the fact that they have a big user base and people are spending money basic which is interesting because it's a challenge of by still works the same way banks. I guess your Standard Bank. What makes money on loans and credit overdraft fees Westworld Shit so they were the same way which is a bevere frightening situation means that essentially digging into need to compete with Lloyd's with Barclays NatWest with nationwide on the same level. In to kind of see anyone returns early in it. That's what they're going to have to do. You're going to have to somehow get land. Sheriff Cosmos's jump on their platform which is difficult because you know those banks are. I'm not sure how confident people will be regular folk will be about you know dealing entirely with their banking or via their smartphone. Having any place to kind of walk into connor that's why no Mama will probably wouldn't mind switching to follow suit into Monday by the idea that she couldn't necessarily go talk to somebody in their physical location and have a meeting about something on an eyesore or a loan or overdraft would probably pull people off. I'm assuming Stephanie a millennial product which probably would probably make leads me to believe that they probably banking on the fact that a lot of older clients that are you know still Who still believe in the conventional banks are solved going to phase out while in a die out for lack of a better term and wants a new duration. Pick up steam. Who you know especially you know. They are small fern native. You give to your ipad these days and they know how to do it in more than you do say. Perry makes sense of day parade banking all their hopes on the next generation coming up in one into their banking online or via this modern. But yeah interesting that any continuous therefore make sense utilize a furlough scheme to help protect jobs in the future. Winter demand picks up again this article written by somebody who is very much a big fan of Monza. By making voluntary luther meter staff with kids To host school allowed wants to take care of us the option to hopefully mayday Easter too. For the time being so which is good because I guess following obviously for the companies is a bit of a sting. Because I'm shooting the front the cash before the cash comes in from the government. I UNDERSTAND THE GOVERNMENT. Cashed for furloughing is only going to get credit account in June so they didn't have to cover the wage the next couple of months which probably makes sense because everyone will do that. That's probably your quote unquote severance package. Get after you've Pasha probation and you've had a year. I think every year after over two after two years of implementing a month or something. So you know that covers them that much but I guess the main benefit the furlough is the fact that you're still be open. It'll be similar to Makino going on sabbatical wrap. Your job is still if you want you come back which is great to see Says Pacific I understand momentos accepting to one hundred seventy five hundred application KUZMA support up to one hundred twenty applications from soon. Everybody's going to get Emma. Schumer doesn't yesterday because I'm sure they have more couple support ages and that is meanwhile at least one of UK challenge. Bank is using the government's furlough scheme. Stir stalling has confirmed that he has pull ups for you. Want people on Furlough in contrast Reveluti- touch conscious. No he has no current plans to do so as what he mentioned the schemes available to US companies right across the board and several startups including applied for further as a precautionary measure. Lastly it should be stressed that none of the above should impact Monza which is digital bank is pretty well positioned to operate you look by Mondo. Is this data crunches as a bit. Plateau? You also has a free lessons. Bank with customer. Deposits Up to a five thousand population has a UK government's deposit protection scheme the combat eighteen boden founder. Stunning Bekker's below here said about the U-TURNS on that but that's interesting to see in one of the bigger more F- admired stops. I think if you toot anyone as stocks in London the one place a all kind of dream to go or they have a love. Gravies say is Monterey love goodwill there for them as a company so for them to go for the country is difficult machinery for customers. Monday is also difficult to know that knowl- distruptions had been in the background by. You're hoping you're hoping because you imagine the banking sector will be able to survive somewhat. There could be a bus because people are still going to need to move money around because what's happening in the world right now and maybe once every nomo. W I get back on their feet be Force and feelings go out to everybody. Who's affected by? Hopefully those guys are protected and develop application for as may be and you know Dave Kahn. Come back into their roles the cells and that stuff but again. It's a great touch for the founder. You don't get of these stories. Usually from stuff usually defines a proper wanker of some came to decide to forgo a years worth of pay right you know he might have him anaemia Labor stirs. He's more than in Tau two guests. I really if he's you know decided to put to one side for a year which then allows the senior members of staff to take a twenty percent cut which is also to identity represent here on as well as him which is great to see. 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Isp's I'm assuming it's a new model that may be virgils OCSTA- work on an contribute some ideas to or maybe a modell's already in line to kind of come out anymore. They had already in the stash usually do when collaborations onshore most of you know despite what they usually do when they do collapse is that they'll usually help somebody who think aligns well with the brand over the border. They're trying to bring out so they can use the market with a brand co-sponsor cosign and it was it. Drops with the Broncos signed able then to convene a rollout some jobs or some teaser. Kind of cuddle ways. Maybe use some retailers movie or some other lower tier brands and then from there. If it's a success it gets a trade into the General Market. If it's a flop like let's say the Kim Jones Nike thing they did the. Twip shoot. I did back in the day the few months a few months ago. I think maybe a couple of years ago. The Democrat won that Nike Nike Kim Jones. Should I say L. W. P. distant really work out for them in this way right? Isn't the same sort of idea where you take. This model has probably in the works. Anyway or maybe was in the archive and Kim Jones picked out. You get him to design a pair. Which is these ones see? Get this pair that he designs Does put them out as Kim. Jones Nike Zoom L. W. P. Gordon Free Calloway's at in the hope is once that comes out at it. Does well you can. It's rare with Jesse Jackson. Reggie dozen people may be could Take the mumble from there. So this is a point of rubberized dunk. Upper with Biz persuaded. Looks like I'm assuming we'll see a probably a video. Drop these two Arabian naked. Gay To probably be able to very poor. Film are based on that of stores have more course case does the collaborative to especially the reciters of DC shoes with this over the club. Racist dead done over the last few months with CD's popping out Sooner or later. But let's take a look at some of the images been no of what the shoe has. She looks like so commissioner Doug so Dan Lime Green. You've got the Nike Est. Be OR NIKE. Air In the backyard with a bubble. That's addition to Forgot to mention is an air bubble too so nike donkeys. Don't you have an air bubble? But the Ebel he's got. He's kind of signature. Orange port tablet on the side of the souchet to switch has been kind of buy outs expose Cassini up a Polish looks pretty cool. He got the quintessential Helvetica of a text on the laces of the speech Quotation marks there again. To shoot down show will really good once gate into you. Know once beaten up a little bit In different colors too pretty cool. And if anything is probably a former interesting take on the dunk. There may be somebody of. Gr's have come out of spin record and saying that. I'm a big fan of I think has to artificially done a little bit too contrived by think stuff like this works really well. It lands well with the brand but were vegetarian. Doing turn to connect with the kids. Cut Him back to his escape. Influences and background in that respect and again it's just an immortal in trusting way to introduce a shoot that we kind of no love especially to a new a demographic maybe two kids at one away skate lifestyle pieces actually escape and for the kids to actually do skate who actually went away a pair of nikes diesel. Yes cadaver in connection with it Yeah I like the silhouette it doesn't look has been honoree. Does it would look some pitches making. Look a bit more pointed up to go. Great Shape I loved the idea that it is definitely a something that Harkens back to a An era where a lot of shoes had different bits of paneling on the PA loser really distracting though pieces. The piping is really reminiscent of some old school shoes. Or maybe a DC with Africa where it was like a frame pipe in on the Red Rodney outside So yeah definitely issued. I can see being you know you could visualize them like a vintage. Nineteen hundred spied Adver free or low video edit You can invasion may be pulling from the archive and may be digging out some pasta fleas. Wholesome possibly Nike sponsored skateboarders for back in the day getting them to kind of rock. Aparent do them justice. There's a lot of scope for these shoes. So I'm I'm for one question. I had to see what they look like. Once they get out. This is going to be the final release if they can have tweaks nobody end but should be really good again. I'd happy to skate. Them probably wouldn't necessarily wear them today. I think he'll look better once being up and stuff but if it's a final model. This is a feature by some Chinese. It looks like Hans Zou Ying Profile instagram. I'm pretty sure they might get a hold of. The new releases of shoes may refer dead Chinese manufacturing sources and stuff. Let's seeded into page yet. Go images of some nearly shoes so they look a bit wacky on the on the football the kid wearing appropriate and redon justice b according to see what's what they click inaction on top of board somewhere doing some hill flips some big spin so yeah they should agree cool so definitely keep an offer does no idea when they're gonNA come out or the restates spring twenty twenty so. I'm assuming they'll be delayed to to a lot of the stuff is getting pushed back because of the cryptovest lockdowns of so that makes sense which is interesting they doing that right Evans endorsed. Everyone has disposable income going out but in deciding to pushback releases shoes they gotta take a ticket still seldom so doses show that most of the stuff that they're releasing they just want to release it so they Kinda Q. And have online have like kind of rural life shop frenzies in that. You don't really need to kind of push back a release it a day of shoes. It's still put him out. People Still GonNa buy them but you know what do I know so spring? Twenty twenty due to come out for about one eighty s here doesn't by the intercom caption. But we never know to definitely keep an eye on that one. That was quick. Loan been used an took about getting pushback unfortunately has come to my attention that the CASABLANCAS the new palace free to servers of spoken a few times on here are pushback as well until offing. Next week maybe right. This is from high supply is says the recent Casablanca new balances ultimate summer shoe has been pushed back. Everyone keeps calling an automated. So I'M NOT GOING TO BE HYPE DOT COM ONCE. They do drug. And I'm assuming you're GONNA be hard to get hold of because you know the do owns Casablanca is very popular seen again. I mentioned before he's Paul over Lapan Poem that really if Club in Paris. That was Famous for having the logo drew drawn up by Andrei Submachine. He's GonNa have lots of people in this line. Hit him up for a pair. So these are probably not going to be that widely available to the general public out assume This is a fulling. Here it is his first boy. Casablanca's four in a twenty twenty Professional Refresher show in January collaboratively decision has now been officially unveiled by the sneakers. Clever model. Okay cool so April eighteenth is a new day. Due to the current global commerce has gone page respond are Casablanca new free to seven launch two new online only date of April Eighteenth. Too Short at a safest most responsible delivery. Please subscribe to our members club newsletter for more detail. So they'll meant to come fink this weekend right so now they're gonNA come next weekend so definitely keep an eye on those because they're not going to hang around and judging by all the ones that are gonna come later down the line in terms of GR's assizes cruises. This is probably the best. Hollywood you're GONNA GET A is meant to be two of Israel finger so five when I was looking at some sure religious or one with. Ym Black on his wolf so definitely keep an eye on. Does if you feel like you like them. By miniature enough of people mentioned indeed light and fifty dollars which is a fairly Fair price considering the fact that you know is a new model is probably not going to be a gre. Assume maybe not. I'm not too sure 'cause they take up some issue. We're not going to be too. I'd imagine it probably going to do a winter version lever maybe a bit of Palin inside I don't know maybe a different tread on the outside of mature body imagine with the pushback in terms of dates it might pushback feud the other releases for next year so these might be the only time you'd be able to repair plus a size excuses. This year is kind of the say in the rest will come later on. Maybe THE MIDDLE OF NEXT YEAR. Twenty twenty one who knows by an update on that one? But let's get going to some of topics half of interest here to the. What do I have to talk here about two but pepper Acosta to live? Dj Streams Online. Which I'm still a bit finicky about mature from action. Big Fan of them. I should have mentioned before extra one. The other day was pretty cool. Kind music did a really cool one on the United Stream Platform. That was really amazing. They were able to debut some new merchant to tie in with the ECOMMERCE release. Put a debuted some new tracks and all that good stuff and it was in a swimming pool offering and it means actually show you. It was actually not too bad. Maybe they didn't really utilize through poor space as best as they could right. If you go into either magic grant to do that sort of thing you'd want to maybe use the setting you're using to its full capacity in somewhat but let me see if get it up for you guys see here kind of music united with St Shree this here the full set label so it looks like a kid out this amazing swimming-pool area thing that everyone in claim. Chesney from description to dad at at poor opening at employ Panini enemy. Grandpa resnick too close. I would have preferred to have seen a bit more use of the swimming pool. If you look at Israel if you're listening via the pocus up so it's just pull that. They saw van with amazing sort of Cathedral style. Maybe Greek Bath House Dawson pooled. Huta of simple would be filled up his world. If the deck's ride the top with Mesh across the table and it's just kinda face on our default they live maybe try to decks inside the pool. Dougherty pre core and if they had the VR or all sorts of things they could have easily had like the water gushing around him as a plane. But I'm sure they didn't have the budget frill. They want to do in general but that would have been perfect down to the bomb of their syrup. Fixity Acoustics part of what? This is a pretty cool consented so with that in mind. Ra decided to put together a platform that you could think. Check all the livestream that happening. Judging by what some some means I've been seeing her was technical means ever. Ah think some people are already reaching the point of tea when it comes to the DJ. Shrimp just probably properly and checking BAC arrogant. Sir I would recommend pushing. You're too hard on mushrooming unsocial by. If you're eager to find out who's playing what events are going to be unpleasant advisor this have launched here Reading here site and streamline a new listing up for it veteran events make submitting online listings easier and connected listens treatment around the world so obviously it's probably more so beneficial to people putting on the event. I'm assuming so they'd have a way of kind of populating the events pages on their profiles. Ra and for people who do use our events. I'm not sure how many actually do and I do often when you know when we were able to go outside today and connected see. What's actually going on? Because I'm sure people have been missing missing streams and I guess I'm not a fan of watching live stream live personally because I think we live in a digital Asia Asia. Hope reason why you have online streaming so you can watch author defective rewatch in clip. It over maybe but sometimes I do understand that. Some people wouldn't watch sunk think after the fact because they just to copy poverty. Spend an hour sitting down. Which is the way for Reagan? They would watch it in the moment. Powell grunted house have a smoke had plenty of background when they finished it. Finishes in the you don't as opposed to having this Linger in the back of your head be have a four zero seven media in Germany. I understand that kind of rational. This article says them. Our resident adviser is willing. I knew virtual events As the dumpster safety risks large coverings and compose county post during the nineteen pend. Oreille Has created streamlined head to the listings and filter streamlined. Location in your country menus pages dedicated only events offering self isolate rate visit helpful index for finding the best digital broadcasts from across the globe. I wonder if they're going to keep doing this once. Or this option open feature available wondering South pedantic and I think that'd be pretty cool because I'm sure there's a lot of people that do these virtual streaming event especially on my radio shows. Mta saw new place on the new patient. Berlin is a core of E. R. H. O. Berlin and if you have a place it do online streaming deputy be welcomed every. Welcome something like this right so they can obviously have their own timetable website. But you also place to populate and advertise stuff via the RA powerful moving forward to use pretty quiet again. If you've got if you want to charge for it which is probably not the best idea but if you do WanNa do da. Think I'm crossbreed. Actually that day you could potentially to defer to offering mattis autism collectors option for reaching fans interested in heavy dance for the worldwide web. Listen events here is the same as betting. Regular Vincent Be Show Tagliatelle lineup. Included hires image arrest. Some of your pie description will seem that will be in coordinated universal time. Ut Recommend also listening to the exact time in major cities like London. Berlin new also. Good if you have a link to system already included in events Access easy every week will either uppercut Brokaw's Zari picks US great for streaming ambitious shrug into the technical side. Crater STEP-BY-STEP GUY. So definitely are good. Workmen have stepped up and provided that ongoing newsfeed. They do it kind of popular stuff happening. Visit CUTTING CORRINA LIBERALS ESTABLISH PLATFORM. That gives you tips on how to get your streaming platform So it out and get going. So they're doing the love glove. Were to make sure. The scene is informed enough today to occurring so a different recommend. You checked out a stream. Land available now on the site seems to have anything available here. Let's form to fill out a receivers. To the listing events here see a page of his streamlined site. A TAB is quite is basically intended location can change it but you go streaming done then when you scroll down you go with the event happening during the week so diggers hold the live events that you can check out for your heart's desire Muslim Papa vision weekends. It seems like that's probably especially we're working from the time they're going to be able to get it published. That may slow sense be comedic things really good initiative and every to connect people especially if you're interested in multiple on. It seems that most people don't really geared ship are watching livestream. Don't hope it fatigued by all these bugs me already. You know daddy you can just see things not be able to go depressing but fief you're interested definitely check that out. Well this is on the list here to talk about took him. Ra this article published. Actually today was really gave me the fields and maybe missed. Clubbing IS COOL. The loss cocteau. They're more grease. Mueller is a feature piece that they put together with one of their best writers on there will leach or was it. Well Lynch will the tape his name see at the bottom here. will lynch from Ra Put together is really code to Custodian more one of the premier parties are saying Berlin for the most powerful last five years or so really. Cool mazing gain. I I think I stumbled across the via maybe an essay. Daniel Wang wrote back in the day. Maybe four or five years ago featured on neutron it beats any kind of amazing essay on experiencing had around the party to people that he met the CISA. He played just a real good way to capture the hedonistic values or feelings that were associated at face. And you know being there. I went to Greece. Melia prior to going to call today more academic a lot more than once you go through them one. First Time he's artery is okay. Cool guys doing a whole different thing that they do for short time. They did really. They didn't do a few more pies. Different occasions over dealers. Paolo it one in London. I'm pretty sure that London what he do. I London somewhere else did. They usually sometimes tried to have their main. People could discover more often crippled. The duo there were there few pop-up events here in Plano lineups. Whatever it may be but if you really went to experience Magic Hotel. They're more you had to go to Greece Mirror to experience it and be around the local before. This article is really coined. Did a good way of kind of conception. I hope kind of Putting into overtime capshaw because unfortunately MS close door street to some Some conflict with the local council by this. Read a little bit here. So this is the loss. Don's cut to they're more at Greece. Mula on Ra says the fully A few weeks before clubs close across the beloved party bid farewell to its birger. Hunt here are some moments and memories from the final Margaret Miller. Nicotine says here a few after a few hours after herself. Last quarter deal more agrees Mueller. Jackie House the Honey Saxon. Dj stood in the back of the room known as wintergarden dressed in black and white stripped train conductors. Uniform side rain fell on the checks. Insiders increasement has money back yard in here was fake and wet and mostly showed this crowd forming a people soup to quit one onlooker that poured into every corner. The dance floor alum piece stretch of was to show the people plant where every services they could find some vote others played it core China. Raleigh Spitzer's they dance. Jacob mean from the Berlin Pie buttons was playing back to back with Jeffrey Surf. Siegfried DETROIT-BASED DJ. A friend of cocktail family he released one of the label's best records simple. Bp produced by Sophie Jerky Gaze at a senior equipped of never miss this. I never miss a good funeral party. Which is almost certain. Line there and they put together really cool places to on spotify called last quarter. Maurice Miller with some checks though played during hedonistic. Moment is hit continues. This is the final project. Chris Miller in club of a former patty past affects your sorry that closed at the beginning of February. It was not the final court to deal more EBOLOWA GAY party. That was good around before we will carry on somewhere else but it wasn't that would be the end of something special and that's usually of think. I remember when I was put in Oklahoma especially the most of the ones I want especially by most of the reason why that field with special or Daffy word at time was the time. The place happen the fact that we'll also coming of age at the same time people figuring out what they were doing in lies naturally had the spinner for the most part. Most people figured out what they do not want to do frou. Frou nightlife terrific sapolu on that platform. So those things have helped to usher in a new generation of creatives and all that sort of good stuff right and then once that place I know is especially with the other budget kind of the last few years once that wants to wants to council to put the squeeze in place to limit the hours open site to take away some of the late licenses and maybe somebody owners found out with some of the people moved on and people went places and you know life just happened. The vibrating sites diet and as soon as the caboose was pointed it was essentially the death of most of the columnist on there. I'm not sure if there's a lot of them are still survive in other locations because especially if you had a good spot they were able to give you a promotion run every mouth that was you know that you are more than happy to kind of. Take them up on. Which isn't necessarily the usual thing I've heard from. Lusa cleverness people people still usually more common that you get an tied to port a potty. Maybe every other month every couple of months so I felt that we were able to have something consistently for the best part of year book. Six months ahead of time was a real blessing at a time. It's something unique kind of really appreciate layer on line especially when you go to places in the year to win the club. The club ends wars. Becca double whammy. So if you're a fan of Greece meal if you're not that big of a fan of custody or more to find out is that the last one is going to be a fan of it. It's also good to be ended that point into that club in the first place which is a powerful maybe cutter blue or maybe a few other places too sure African could on top of my head is not a lot of places like we should be listed around in Berlin near the really a deficit of Post Berlin Wall falling solving. Rundown derelict. Spaces don't really exist anymore now way. They mostly Polish not Polish but they must be established. Pause that have been turned into late night after our places which is the best PA bad coffee. That's what saves their place. Generally even the vacation looks like it's been to everyone little by little buffing defector bars in general can stay open later day able to turn like imagine rojas ball right in Corpus thought able to turn into late hang sport because you can still have a dance and sit down and you know get freaky date you mountain it just the other day so that still works up. Continues to says here and freer in their five-year run a miracle to their mobile something that earned them a cult following a chapter in his shirt budding cloud which is all. You want really. When you tonight I guess you can never think thinking. 'cause I've just finished watching this really cool documented uploads on my channel and if we check out is caught up in bounces it came last year and if he just free pronounces in Berlin one guy they should do dancing at king sized names of Burkhard in this guy could smiley had his own company. He runs all kind of obscurity firmly runs in Berlin where he offers up different ideas on topic but aside furnishing the community that pod the pod what makes special is that the one before it was going to stay around this long there who. I think they will kind of feel as if like every year the best thing every year is a Slavic company. We're still managed like this right so when you put on a club night there is a thing in the back of the head. Way You know last forever I remember this brea Rudy into your forgo. He was with. It might have been something to do. Maybe downtown New York scene back in the day. I remember mentioning something every stuck with me. I've been maybe ninety that most scenes a Muslim mosque club coaches things on the scenes on the loss of four years. It might have been even a Michelle. Lamey article on her own cafe. Visual finishes to have prior to me and Rick Vince by something along those lines with it said cushioned laughing. There's a four year cycle so every four years a whole new batch of people come in and then they started laughing and today especially phase out the oldies maybe some minor some staunch believers hang on by executive has a way of replenishing or starting a new itself as a sort of self correcting system. Is that sort of way? Somebody probably call into things. I don't know people asked I do Communist. We've kind of gone into festival. Kinda got onto bigger event going on to stop record labels people kind of evolving in the spaces left at our people more scrappy kit Tacoma's or fill the void. So I guess when you pull these events povey knows Sokolov forever but you just WanNa be a part of that. The cultural Entertainments will time now. You want to people to kind of look back. And when they come Vena reminisce about days gone by. They can include your memory. Oh yeah remember that crazy. Duda point that place and that is basically what you do it for you do for that. Gloria assuming a similar to rich do is build skyscrapers. Right he wanted you want your legacy so long gone people can kind of look the nope placard. Outside the warriors they are guided the destroying so remembered by remembered by the fairly rare but to produce says that needed guided by the founders Giacomo R- garage belly no and Giovanni Porco Aka disco a drama the Booker Doin remorse and the pious twenty. Some odd resident which is fucking cool and again. That's a mentioned mentioned about our places they get drunk. This is a cognitive under which I'm sure they probably get those guys gigs in the actual company sold but they've got twenty rotate president ways play. So what ends up happening? Is that for the most of the time that is to be used to care about monopoly just as a first Friday of the month for forgot. I wasn't a good time that is is on us. Go you don't care who's playing because you trust and believe that the programming the Tatham book or the bookers or whatever it may be is going to get it right and of course as a cabin so they give it licenses. They give a licensed by the club maybe against poverty because of success but they give me the opportunity to book people who can actually get started as opposed to just book into Bay people tickets. They kind of be given above a pattern to that to which doesn't happen too right. There is a low pressure from club matches and stuff to always make sure you're making enough money in the tail. Which essentially made you have to get people to come in to try to come and drink but if you're an experienced with nights you know that what you get bigger person can play. They might guarantee people coming into club. It doesn't necessarily guarantee heidrick because people are aware of clubbing. Cultural would know that. Your Headline Act period. Plenty end right so probably come later on to the won't drink as much effect take a whole really for the situation but way to rectify is kind of a bummer. If you're event info of the person who owns the place is give the people that put it under nice basically of remitted Something Fun and enjoy. Obviously you have to reach your son fresh hall Norfolk sustainable or worthwhile but not really pushed him too much. In order to make a Lotta money at until because especially in the formative years of a club and that was just trying to find your legs and trying to find your sound in your tribe is never going to be as successful anywhere you want people to trust and believe New Vision and a time as you would relationship with deejays and just because you can in Grove is fully aired de residents was bothering refined covering this house raven to come strange architecture with its free rooms and countless hiding places and spoiling gobber long dirty canal created a sense of alternate reality. Harrison agree with at the time to spend China aimlessly about boredom nation with an obscure stranger. I just met two minutes ago was one of the best of Heidi trump trumping up onto the whole platform the the winter garden thing we on top any sort of act like a big Kid. Look over. Sunset is incredible. It says I'm the regulars to give a wish list staff and former Kolkata crew from the massive cheeky family. That's what made us special set Trent whether there isn't these mullet side. He's friend. Draw a demo. You were sure to find everybody on the first side of the month here. We went to basically every hotel. Sometimes we were not supposed to play and then the compass to Patrick close so we go pick our records at EJ. 'til Monday morning. Desa dream radiant. Imagine that up to four wounded and they say oh look. The guy's didn't turn up all you know he fell asleep play. Wd drew a continuous. If you've ever no Koto facebook group it's like fans people said one grammar surprise booker one. There is a DJ. So if you go to any metropolitan city London Paris. Everyone probably has a gay friend who can say. Oh yeah into cocteau which is one of the things that you want. You want that and again you don't remind a little bit love. Fever Dow's are- seminole sort of night in London. That was the hammer had this law to historic day. Now if the night but it's a very special moment but this is you know somebody pictures on era flip in event. Tastic really recommend chicken. We're GONNA read entire thing because is quite long but it's a really cool say got some some corn flies as well from the event. Jesus knows you must pay in writing on the cocoa. The world really cheeky post this here because this was his life is short. And there's always and will always be thirty dishes. Let's dance definitely one glass amazing image okay. Someone's field his knees kneepads. Just some great stuff. You've got this great neon at background hitter. Solis across that people are sort of bouncing in frontal which is really a municipal we recommend. Check out super core essay rim by wall each publish. Every day. I get really cold to. Hopefully they're able to find a new home for the place. Because I love to visit one serving cells down but for dessert up into Croatia. Rip and let them live on. Letterman live on smooth under his wall. Street took a bit here was law. Sukova son was we will talk about. Just feed his opens up about this one. This is an interesting news. Actually from HIEP'S GESTURE. Vida somebody who I know pretty well out say based on some of the stuff that we did previously a previous place of patient master. Be or how to treat kind of game involved in the street. Where program was Paul co-producing and now he's gone on to do bigger which is kind of cool to see to cooperation here. A joint captured Effendi that he's going to Damian very soon is Jalan air from vitas joins Fendi for Black and White California Sky Collection Featured here from happy so capricious ranging from negative ward. Elliott based Autism Joseph. He'd never shipped to his needs which is cool. Enough is pivoting away from being brandon and more being not as which allows them to solve plugging. His expertise is knowledge. It's different brands. Desktop the Hiroshi for Geronimo Duda. I think multiple should aspire to be like us than of standing satisfying the Brian in being shackled. Within there that you can be creative or different projects. Different people everywhere to go in kind of definitely an increase your brand value. You're kind of clout level for that respect for the prospect so community collaborations ranging from negative awards base Autism Joseph V. Shit list of Lister Movies California sketch with Fendi of designed. Do you tell you position bar the ten pre DECAF hers. Some Evita's has tied at. I look at a range of accessories which must be driven country for a minute. What you've ever actual electric company like. Fendi on clothes must be really cool. He says he has white. Marcus Taffy does is create today. Jackets much can possess. Burkett hats and more in his monochromatic. Connor Scape is average from flower printed trousers. Shirts striped blazers matching widely. Pants does outlines fitted jackets. Teens and skirts with both black and white. Outlined and shaded detailing assembles resembles his intimates style. Subpoenas HAVE CERTAIN TIMES OF PEACE. Be Good for somebody images look here. See what he's GonNa go featured Kornel Denim jacket soul of five or maybe to the coach. Check is vibe out here. The later the same thing to another for sure. Shaded the homes of illness really interesting. Us Super Interesting Michigan. You got the trainers Fendi. China's download the as well and the t shirt would rubing socks to Econo- reminds me took his name that you'll be autism. Diet in the eighteenth may eight glasses is that basically Kuwait did an amazing Pajama breasted. Suit edition here on the right side this lady's really cool great bucket hat. Nice a take a bomber jacket that he's also done again really. What design stuff. I'm show would do really well and unfortunately it would have been great to see this stuff out now. I'm sure a lot of style influenced type. People would have been all over this with. It'd been available but Alice that is not the case. But yeah definitely coke average from him. I'm glad to see to bigger and better things turned. I may have one of that. Mosit- beatific that look see when available no actual bay on here sailing available. But I check it out. I'm assuming sometime. Yeah sometime. In the summer Website but keeping up with that one congratulations to him on that and that might be twitter ended there actually pose it as usual shooting in Texas ships of them a freezer. One if it's a I I'm listening. Of course by his inscribing common below showed. If you're listening to of course please give it a five star review and share with your friends. You can follow me on the socials. Actually losing one word onto also accidents in on instagram. Find links that down below under description and until then guys survey suit. Take Kid be safe.

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Jenna's Baby News, Jeff's Junk Drawers, Just Me Or Everyone

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Is you new best friend that particular sugary carbohydrate was sent in on patriot on patriots by a kassebaum all sorts of fun stuff on patriots on Lately i've been doing bonus episodes where i answer your questions and people want to know stuff like tell me which episodes went poorly behind the scenes and i just put it all out there and i name names. And it's super juicy gossipy unless that's not something that appeals to you. In which case. It's the other things that do appeal to you. Patriot dot com. Slash alison rosen. Also you can see this very video right now up on patria on. I am very excited to clear my throat and also very excited to welcome back these gas. They are people that you know and love hashtag out and jenna kim jones. Hello hello. we're glad to be here. I know that you have some big news so we will get to that pretty quickly. I also am delighted to welcome to the show. Someone who is has a smoke machine happening behind him. Jeff fox hello ladies thank you. Alison these these are just the kind of visual effects that you can expect me to bring to an audio program. It's a visual. It's a visual. Do you remember the listener. I forget. I think we talked about it on the show who was like. I don't understand why everyone makes the joke. It's a vigil. Why does everyone say that. It's not even funny. And i was like i don't care it's we're not repeatedly making the joke. It's just a drop that gets played a lot. Because i said it in a way. One time. tony thaksin hello. Hello no pressure to everybody. But i need you all to lift me today because i'm grumpy today. I'm not gonna lie so you don't seem grumpy. That's the thing about tony. That i like is i mean not. It's just one of the many things. I like but let me sing your praises. But i don't think i've ever been able to tell that you're grumpy. It happens from time to time. But i've just it's it's been. I've just had one of those days today. There's been some good stuff but like i don't know just testing me today. What's that suppose. Don't even try as opposed to when you were working with me. When i always seemed grouchy. Even when i was happy with geoff hughes in a good mood. I was like really. I've never seen that. Yes is is it is at the time change. Could that be part of that necessary up. No i don't think so because actually today's weirdly flown by and i actually woke up earlier than usual and i've just been like the days fly in by but just yeah. I don't know just one of those days it's raining that's not helping. Yeah that's part of it. We're gonna turn your mid around tony. That's what we're going to turn that frown upside down. Why mentioned it. I usually do not like this time. Change where we spring forward. However i realized i kinda like that the days are going faster because in general i just wanna get through my days which is such a terrible way to live. But i feel like it's acceptable in a pandemic. What else is a terrible way to live the way we've all been for the past year. You're right you're right jenan and how. How are you feeling about the time. Change our schedules thrown off a little bit. Our children want to stay up later and sleep in a little bit more. But we don't like that we like them to go to bed early and wake up early because then we have longer evenings without them. I mean we love our children but we also love when they're asleep so yeah we'll get back to our normal schedule but we're all grown. We're all just. Yeah totally thrown off. Which i hate to admit for a one hour time change. There's a little bar me. That's like low prideful like it doesn't even matter it's just in our but ever since we've had kids i'm like oh no. I'm one of those people who complains about daylight savings now signing petitions. If if daniel were here he would point out that in arizona. They don't do this this whole thing in georgia. They're trying not to do it. And my only issue with that is then. Nobody ever knows what time it is in the state you live in. Yeah i don't. I think they may have changed it. I can't remember but it used to be that we in indiana is it. I used to live there. Oh did you used to michigan right on the state line and it was confusing. Because i went to school in michigan. But like anything else you did. You would go into indiana for so. There was part of the year that they were an hour off for jazz. So by school would be our different than indiana time at. Yeah it was. It was weird and confusing. Actually ended up saying indiana time. Because i lived on southern island in southern indian on the border of kentucky and it was always like we'd like for our church. Some church members live in kentucky. Some indiana so if you had like an event you'd have to say like okay it's eight. Pm seven pm. Indiana time. Yeah really really weird what i have a question and this is gonna sound like i'm insulting indiana so to my hoosiers first of all recognize that i knew that that reference and second of all. I'm sorry but it's interesting to me. Tony that you're saying that you had school in michigan. But everything else you go into indiana like all. The other stuff was in indiana but not michigan pretty much. You know a few little exceptions here and there but like you know any sort of like stores. Most of you know maybe little convenience store here and there would be close to us in michigan. But and when. I say indiana i'm not kidding. It was like a five minute. Drive in your in indiana like we were right on the line so yeah most of the like grocery stores in any sort like the mall and anything like that. will you just go restaurants. Most of that was in vienna who nearly all the ns had so much wet. Yeah the tv stations would be based there too so like all that would be on indiana time away so they wouldn't change their programming. But you're the time where you're watching it. They change it. Yes so basically. Even though we lived in we would rightly. Stick to indiana time. Because that's what with the exception of my school. That was the only thing that was michigan time so like prime time. Tv part of the year starts at seven o'clock. I remember driving cross country in the pre cellphone days coming from pennsylvania. If you really pushed it you could make it into indiana in a day's drive. And i remember having multiple times where we would be getting into indiana like like we gotta make it to south bend or whatever on the first day and then it was always a roll of the dice as to what time it was gonna be. When you got there we would get there. And then we'd say oh wait wait what time is it and then you know. Let's say we get rolling at eight but it was actually nine and then you couldn't find anywhere eat because everything's closed. It was the whole thing. Yeah it's It's confusing it when you live there. It's it you get used to it but Yeah it's it's confusing for an out of towner man times all relative man perception open for business man so speaking of daniel had daniel update because the last time you guys were on shared that he was on somewhat of a hair journey and he said spent seventy dollars on a jug of expensive. Sh like we could open a salon and it would be a while to. We would need to re up this shampoo. I mean it is just a humongous palette of expensive shampoo. A dump truck full of shampoo. that's right and his curls. He was getting compliments on the stories. I was posting as curls had structure and definition days as fuck and then some days. I would catch him. Doing this and i was like as a naturally curly person daniel. You're fucking it up. Skews my language he would just run his fingers through his curls. And i'm like what are you doing. That's how you get kramer do but anyway no which is fine if that's you want. But then he. That's not what he wanted. But anyway we had plans to go visit my parents over the weekend and he was in the bathroom doing like what i assumed was the quick. Just a quick shower and then he'd be out and this is tim i but that's never stopped me before i really had to go to nature was was really calling and i really had to go and i was like he'll just be out in a minute. He'll just be out in a minute. he'll just be out in. A minute was taking forever. I'll just be out a minute. We i don't know why. I didn't use one of our many many other bathrooms but i just had a favorite this day and and also i don't know why i didn't open my mouth and say are you coming out soon because hello but i didn't but anyway he finally came out with a new hairdo in the bathroom. Cutting his hair the entire time and i recently climbed up but about him trimming his beard into the sink. Because because it's clogging the it's making for a slow drain and i looked like it's really bad for the hairs catch on the side. It's just not good for your plumbing. So told i told him you can't. You can't be doing this anymore. Know throw it out in the yard where it belongs thrown over into the neighbor's yard where it belongs so anyway he was like. I think you'd be really proud of me. I didn't get it everywhere. And i walk in and it is hair's everywhere. There's like ringlets by this. I mean on the floor by the sink their hair in the toilet. There's hair everywhere. But mostly i was just like by the way this this was. This wasn't the story i was attending. The story tells about his new. Do which i'll get into but the story is coming out is my feelings about his choice of back going on an obsessive hairstyle journey. And i've used that word twice. When i had to go to the bathroom and we're trying to get out the door. I don't. i felt that that was not the right time to choose a new style but apparently he just was going to give himself a trim and then he went nuts and he couldn't stop now and i do relate to that though like i've been late for many things because i had to try on everything in my closet and i hated all of it so this was his version of that but apparently he wanted to see where his hair was gonna go but he couldn't stand it anymore so he cut the sides pretty short and the top is still kind long but because he's so artistic my good at stuff like this. It actually looks good if he played in a rockabilly band. But i just feel like summer. Do we still need the shampoo or was that an impetuous purchase anyway. so that's the update with daniel. That is a journey. Yeah no cutting hair in the bathroom if you go. He could've gone outside. That's my actually. That's the worst part of the story for me is finding all the hair everywhere i know gotta have a cordless vacuum that i'm still pretty much in love with because yeah and then when we were even closer to going there was he just had to clean up a little bit more and i don't mean clean up like with a broom trim a little more hair. Sure cutting here in a bathroom. I remember hearing about a girl who worked at a magazine. Who was like someone was trying to explain to me. How basically she's she's just she's always in crisis mode. It's always drama. And what he said was. She's the kind of person who's always in the bathroom. Cutting her hair now granted. This was a work bathroom. But we're working from home right now. So now that's daniel. That is that's hilarious that's hilarious. He's going through something and he's figuring it out and you know at least his hair doesn't look crazy. Does i mean he did a really surprisingly good job. It just took a really long time. I just keep picturing lyle. Love it yes. Yes that's who i'm thinking of. 'cause i said david byrne but he doesn't have like a shock of curly long hair on top. Does he write what even burn have. He's thinking short guy hair. lyle lovett. Pretty pretty normal. Yeah yeah. He's got the lyle lovett. You guys just have to be his julia roberts. That's all you know. They did okay for nine months. Rollback is that all that it was. I think so. All of love's marriages. But i think it was nine months fan. No so jenan al. You guys had your facebook live. Tell us all of that and tell us that big news the virtual the virtual event. That's what i've been calling. It was so fun it went better than expected. More people attended than hoped. We had one tiny little technical thing. We didn't get in the beginning but we fixed it and then it was all good and Yeah we announced al rate is important. It is important on upload listen. We learned that quickly. What does that mean. That's a great question. You'll you'll see if you look at like your youtube video beco- twenty five hundred bit rate like. Is that good no right so i had never done a facebook live. And they said like i was just reading tutorials and like said it to six thousand and i'm like okay six thousand it is and then drop in frames herky-jerky. I was doing the robot and telling jokes at the same time. So then i found the sweet spot which is twenty five hundred. Which is what we have for our upload speed and i saw like a chart in its six thousand for someone who has like two hundred up and i'm like okay. Well we don't have that so anyway. Little tech talk for ya so we got through that. That was great and then salmon dylan told jokes at the event and they were amazing special guests they were the true headliners and then What else do we do. Oh we announced that were pregnant is a congratulate you you. I have to point out. Because i took a screen cap while you were talking. Tony's very attached puppy appeared and is now just lurking on his shoulder. Patriots dot com. Oh okay so four legged parrot right now you are with old yet. it's crazy. It's we've been keeping a secret you've known for why known yes. A lot of people wanna know does al did alison. Yes oh thank you. For who commented on the live. Event was first question. Have you told allison august. Yes so we. We've kept it a secret for a long time over twenty weeks. Wow you're over halfway twenty-one and because we've is right because we've kept secret for so long i keep forgetting about it not forgetting about it like oh i'm but like oh i do have big news to share like i've just kept it in for so long that i keep thinking what's the big news you've sound. How did you find out. Oh wait we told you. We're in this weird vortex anyway. So it's a boy. We're having a boy. Wow you need to teach us everything you know alison because we just feel like what. I didn't get about that today. I was thinking you gotta get all new. I mean not all new stuff but oba yes some stuff pretty much. We went through. And i mean yeah. We're going to. We have to retire a lot of clothing. And it's gonna be fun. I'm excited. i'm thrilled. The pregnancy has been fine horrible in the beginning. Seventeen about seventeen weeks of just awfulness. So mc flew. It was so long. And i kept thinking this can't go on forever and it finally subdued and i still have moments but now i'm just in that like i'm growing really fast suddenly And my emotions feel a little out of control and that kind of thing ao just this roles across house. Yes and so. That's where i'm out. Which is good. But i am glad because i this was by far the worst pregnancy and i threw up more than i ever have so i am thrilled to be out of the i feel like i look less gray but i felt like i looked gray for like a longtime. Did you show 'cause they say with each subsequent pregnancy and my god your mom on number six that poor woman they say with each subsequent pregnancy you show faster yes i would say my stomach is is yes definitely like it just can't you. There's nothing you can do about it. I used to in the first pregnancy. You can kind of like suck in second one. You could kind of like you know. Adjust this one. It's like there is no sucking in when we like i go. I've been trying to exercise and stay active this pregnancy as much as i can and when i go walking i've had to relearn like when you walk uphill you don't realize you use your apps a lot to do that and now i'm like there are no apps like i cannot. There's nothing there to help me. So i'm like super store in my behind down my thighs because i'm like lifting all this weight with zero apps and it's insane so that's where i've noticed the biggest differences i got. I got no support here. There's nothing happening. It's all bad very excited for you. Thank you we are excited. I don't we don't have a name yet. We don't know we'll get there. I guess it's gonna be a long hot summer. That's the that's the part i'm like. Oh i mean georgia in july. The baby's due august third of. That's yeah i am going to be so swollen so swollen. Are you more relaxed about this pregnancy. That like because it's your third. I think yes and no. I'm more relaxed in. Like sometimes i want to like eat a few pieces of sushi and i don't think that's a big deal so in that way i feel like i'm a little more relaxed but i think i've been a little more stress because we had a miscarriage. Twenty nineteen right this pregnancy. I've been like oh is everything. Okay is everything okay. Is everything okay. And then. Even though. I'm i'm turning thirty five this year. The first thing my doctor said to me was like oh. This is an elderly pregnant. I was like oh my god so that was a little bit of a shock to the old system as well. 'cause i thought wait a minute. I'm not even there yet. so anyway. Tougher expression that's what geriatrics geriatric another myself old bones jones. But that was a joke. That's exactly right. I'm allowed to say it. No one could say so. Many more benign terms. You can use you say like senior. Advanced late stage geriatric experienced is yes. So that's been interesting. But i will say i m more relaxed. I'm just. I'm i'm nervous. Though i have to do it again we have to start over. We're fully potty trained in our house like we're starting over again can you train the other kids to potty train. The new not even imagine the drama. Like the way that sometimes there will be like the lowest person on the totem pole. At a new job is the one who trains you which always seems like a bad idea to me. But i think that dylan should be potty training and also raising your boy. It's it's possible she will. She's very excited. They're so excited. They're more neurotic than i am. I'll be sitting there eating. Something and sam will go. Mom is that good for the baby like you shut your mouth. Hey i don't really say that. But i want to. So they'll they're way more excited than i am and so they'll constantly. What's the baby doing. How's the baby doing what's going mom. I need to give your stomach a hug. Mom let me talk chair stomach. Let me and so. It's so sweet and so there's no excited the teachers at samantha's preschool. When i went to pick when we found out it was a boy we told the girls. They were so happy. And then when i went to pick Them up the principal came up to the car and said like i've never seen a child so excited about a baby. She's she has not stopped talking about the baby brother she's having. She's told every single person in the school. So i hope you. I hope you're telling people because we all know. But that's so cute. Save also when jenna said she was a little more emotional a certain. Look when across your face do outta my face and shut your dirty mouth. Yeah how dare you make it happen. Yes it's all all of those things. Jody sawyer everybody yes. That's my favorite. No more than normal. I look agenda his face. You know this is hot hot water. He's getting in right now. that's what i do. Hey just live in the hot water. So turds is how. I feel all the time i know. Yeah yeah no. I think he honestly already joy life even really if you define it emotions feelings and we all have them. Yeah she's entitled to feelings and well thank you and i'll just you know address them as they come and go and no big deal no big deal. It's i'm tired you know. Yeah you know alison. You're so tired when you're pregnant and you just things hit you differently. Yes words phrases things like they just hit you a little bit different like the name thing. I don't wanna pick a name right now for some reason because i just don't want people to think they know what his name like attitude. I have right now. You know what. I'm feeling or thinking so it's a little scary. I will admit. I you know what does anything these days. I think you've identified cravings much. Easier sherry pickles. I have enjoyed pickles recently along. So that helps and you were just sick at the beginning that i felt terrible for you and i just thought i was crazy driver because every time we got in the car i would throw up and be like trying to crazy. It was because i was pregnant and wanted to and just was sick. He's not a crazy driver. Turns out. I haven't thrown up once in the last month. Yeah so we figured that. Out and We're excited. I think i'm shellshocked that it's a boy. I'm just used to be in a girl that yeah that was like so easy and i figured it out and it's very sweet and fun and i'm scared to raise a boy that will become a man and that i have to like i dunno different feels different. It's been like there's like a different connection because what the girls they love like well. They worshiped the ground he walks on. You know i mean. They've all declared they're going to marry their dad loved. Dad dad's the best. And there's not i don't feel like i have to be an example to them of how they're supposed to be right. Maybe they might like fall in love with or date or marry and like with the sun. I feel like so. Do you have to be like me. I have to beat example. What if you hate me. Would if all i only see myself new why am i so annoying things like i feel with my girls where i'm like. I feel like some day. They're gonna be mad at me. And i don't know how to like figure that out because sometimes they are kind of like just you feel that like mother daughter thing happening even with sam where you're like. Oh i don't want her to be mad at me to think. I'm i don't know i don't know it's not competition. It's like if you know if you have a mom who you you know you just know. Sometimes there's that friction friction. Yes so. I think he's nervous amount. That you've already got to go through all that right. Been like narrow boy. Now i have to deal with that. Yeah fun yeah and everyone says little. I have two friends who have texted me and said oh you're gonna love having a boy and they have boys as well and they've said boy. Little boy snuggles are the best ones. They're very. I don't have girl to compare it to But i really enjoy having a little boys. They're very sweet. They're like yeah. You guys speaking of medical stuff which is an a plus segue do say so myself. I want to tell you guys about. Fix figs celebrates the one hundred percent awesome healthcare professionals by making scrubs. They'll actually feel excited about wearing a forget boxy itchy. Cutting scrubs figs are engineered with athletic apparel functionality and also are ridiculously soft and comfortable win win win geno when you go to have this boy if the doctors coming in and out of your room are wearing super stylish scrubs that have a lot of pockets. 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Alison me undies. Dot com slash. Allison okay good deal now topic that i hope will bring about passionate in the listeners and in my guest today something that i have become passionate and i hope we can all come together and talk about it cleaning grout. It has become my new obsession. I was telling my mom i was. I was telling her the things i've discovered for cleaning grout here becoming a cleaning person which i think is like high praise from her and i said and then daniel made a face similar to the one. Al made jenna when you said you were because the thing is yes. I have become obsessed with getting our shower clean and with getting the clean everywhere that there is grout which is a lot of we have a. We're very forward house. There's a lot of ground here. Grateful it's growl. Yes we're making a grout agrout tude list and it just says bathroom floor bathroom for floor shower but you know but anyway but it's very cluttered in very messy. So daniel has let me know that he would prefer that. I pour my energy into like the clutter. But i don't want to. I just have become obsessed with getting the grout clean now. What i've discovered works quite well. This is not a sponsor is magic eraser. But all of a sudden i started worrying. I started worrying. Even the magic eraser claims it safe. What if this was formerly sealed. Grout and i just removed the top layer of sealant. Someone take it away. Oh i'll tell us everything you know about grout much pow grout. I was going to say we should play. What does al no. But he already tipped his mit. I'm oh so long. I'm not obsessed with grow. I don't enjoy it. I don't i don't really think about it and i don't think thinks about me quite frankly. You're just talking in between all the tiles scrubbing those lines. Yeah because it gets so grow ours. Wasn't that gross. Wanna make everyone think. I live in a gross place But it has the potential to get gross. I have a question. Did you try many techniques or did you see that the magic eraser was the magic. I try so i. I bought a grout cleaning brush. Which was a horse toothbrush. And i kept in the bathroom. And while i was in the shower i would bend bend over and begin brushing the grout. Not with any cleanser though just with the hot shower right and then at a certain point. I'm like this is not doing it. So then i think i use scrubbing bubbles which worked okay and then i used oxy clean area rug cleaner. Because that's what i had and i was like. Oh my god this is totally turning it white in a bit of a patchy way but then i tried the magic eraser and i was like holy cow. This is really working jeff. Use seem to have thoughts. I've heard amazing things about magic racist. But i have not tried yet. I'm i'm very excited to try them. I should put them on my list. I've been. I've been meaning to try them forever. I love a good bathroom cleaning product scrubbing all around. But that. I said they're pretty great for a lot of things. I can't use them for grout. But i've used them for lots of other things. They're pretty awesome. Well i got one a off. The deep end with the magic eraser and i began using it to clean a lot of things and then i started worrying that what if i'm like damaging things because i read i read that you shouldn't use them on marble because they can wipe away the sealant on marble. But then i realized oh wait. We don't have what i thought was marble some kind of fake something or other. So i don't know if it's okay or not i can't figure out what my counters are but i don't think they're given how night we. This place was flipped. I don't think they put in marble counters. I like to use just a little bleach spray. Like watered-down bleach. That'll do a lot of the work for you and then just hit it with a brush. So whatever kind of no touch thing i can find. I like that a lot. Scrubbing bubbles do okay. But i think they're better at getting rid of soap scum and polishing up chrome. I think that's their strong suit. Yeah i do need something because the fixture in the shower has limescale or something on it right. This sounds so much like an extended sponsor read. And it's really not. I really do care about this for the limescale you can. There's a spray specifically for limescale but you can also use vinegar. That usually do a pretty good job on. yes i know. I just can't stand the smell of vinegar me. But i know it's supposed to be good. Vinegar always makes me makes me think of easter eggs. Yes and i hate that smell to what we say. Tony said what do you hate. More vinegar or dirty grout. That's a good point vinegar. Apparently there's something i apparently. There's something called cleaning vinegar though. Which is actually vinegar. That doesn't smell as strongly really. Yeah watering right. It's probably just. And i think they put some sent in it. I don't know yeah to worry about damaging the crowd especially if you using a some kind of nylon brush. I think grout is pretty sturdy. I think if even of us the wirebrush. I think it would hold up. Probably under that. But i i wouldn't use that. Whatever you hit with with an island brush probably okay. What do you think about the magic racer. Because like i say it is crazy like it truly just bring it turns white when you use it but the magic eraser is like very fine sandpaper right. Yeah that's probably fine. Sure problem for the problem for me with the magic eraser is i used it a few times on my walls and then i was like oh no that part of the wall is really clean and the rest of my wall looks disgusting and then i had to give up on the magic racer because it was just teaching me that i need to wash the entire wall which i don't want you get that one overly white patch and that is what happens with oxy clean area carpet cleaner a little bit because it'll turn it a really clean. Whatever you use it on. Yeah then you think we'll shoot. I can't do the whole thing right now. I have things to look at it on my phone exactly okay. I think it might be time to do some itunes comments of the week. What's your comments is. She does her some thousand dollars right. Now it's going to do the honors daniels intros by a goldie three love. The thursday in shows by daniel exclamation point also like to see them on instagram. The thursday episodes are always great to hear and make me laugh. Thank you number two or you into another one. Yes please longtime listener from kathy. Y eighteen just started a new job working remotely and it feels so good to bring alison along with me. I always enjoy meeting. New people on the monday shows and then thursday catching up with old friends. Thank you thank you al. Thank you listeners. For your lovely comments please. I beg of you know that. I'm gonna continue begging. It feels a little not me. I don't yeah. 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They're paying you to listen and also on the deal that's right but also the patriot has been going on for long enough. Now that it's like there's been like a thousand ninety two posts or something and and if you sign up you get access to many of them different levels get access to all of them. So all i'm saying is i remember someone coming on the show and talking about her patriot. And being like yeah. It comes out to like less than a dollar an episode. But i've had so many episodes that like saying you sign up and then suddenly it's like there's money in your account. I don't know how it happened. But that is what happens. The show that pays you. Okay so jenna. And al and jim and toni when we were all last together we talked about thong underwear and i solicited listener opinions because john and i are both pretty anti thong and incredulous of this idea. That somehow there you don't feel And they're more comfortable. Which just sounds like. I'm not true. Baloney not true and baloney. So i got a lot of calls and voice mails i played. I couldn't wait. So i played them on the episode with daniel. They came out the following monday. So i feel like almost to a woman everyone who called in and one man in he actually like thongs for himself but when he rides a bike which just sounds awful to me anywhere initiative. Everyone hated hates them. They're on they agree with us. But then i got this email from someone who super pro fong what. I don't have any issues with an anus. Reid wasn't even. Jackie centered in. This is from casey. He'll go when i used to wear bikini briefs i would adjust my underwear constantly. They were shifting and moving around. I can remember as a kid. My parents saying stop picking your seat all the time. When when i started with thongs in college. I think it took a week. Maybe two. here's an aside. That's a long time but it was just. They're not moving. And i just got used to. It and i stopped picking wedgies because it was just a constant wedgie smiley face which yeah brats. So you're essentially giving you to the wedge. Yeah just get used to the wedgie. Exactly i was tired of like sporadically being mistreated. So i decided to opt for it all the time sometime in my thirties thongs got to me too much and i found them too hard to ignore maybe having kids and gaining weight. Who knows now. I wear tangos which by the way. I had to look that up. I didn't even know that was a thing. Now where tangas. That are wider. But still up your but the biker wedgie it's a bigger wedge. Yeah i find them more comfy but it similar and that they're just kind of there the whole time and you just roll with it. I could not roll with it. I do wear bikini briefs for working out otherwise too much chafing but all i do is pick it them. I do also like me. A cheeky hipster all these. I usually get kohl's for less up here but then thongs tangas which is sometimes needed. If it's been shall we say intestinal distress kind of day. Then that's much information that's too much happening in the area. My seventeen point five cents on the matter. Love the show. Casey is seventy five cents inflation. What's happening must be but this is a lot of underwear drama like you have gone through so many different kinds cheeky hipster. I mean i don't know what that one is. Maybe that's just some. is it like there. I don't even know okay a way in on this one okay. What's a cheeky hipster and aforementioned earlier sponsor them and they cell phones. And i think they sell tangas to a cheeky. Hipster is lying a hipster. So it's like they come down a little bit lower on the hip. It's it's like almost like a boy not a short in the full leg kind of thing but they on a little bit lower. But i think they're a little more your but than say a full seat. Yes oh yeah well you gotta be cheeky. Some cheek okay. i get it. I'm picturing someone dressed as a hip. So i'm over it like a pork pie hat. Little of patch right right. So here's the thing. Why would use you if you have to like. Switch it up all the time. It's not the right pair. It feels like to eight. And then i read this article that was like how to adjust to thongs with minimal discomfort and pain and i thought that i know that's what we're looking at but some the advice was one of the many bits of advice was to size up because then you know that you will anti my life saving will not size up. Then you won't get a split in half so to speak. Have i ever told the story of when i act scratching my butthole when i can't with toe city population me when i accidentally tried on male. Thongs ooh yeah. I don't know how i've managed to not share this one this whole time and i only recently remembered it because this guy called in and said he likes bonk's for when he's riding a bike and i was like i don't even think that's a thing i think this fake i don't think they make thongs dudes. I headed to call it mom brain brain fart. I don't know. And then daniel was like no. I think that's real so he wrote in. And he's like thank you for sticking up for me daniel and then it it. It reminded me of something that happened. So i was dating this guy in new york. I met him on on the onion personals. That's way before apps. Yeah he was nice and he was into like thongs and sexy lingerie so i was like young enough and now i mean that ship has sailed. I can't it's so far over the horizon. I can't even see it. But i was a young person at this time and i thought sure i like fun so i went to a store to try on some thongs. Which is gross. And you think about it. And i just grabbed a handful and went into the the room and tried one on and i was like. I don't understand what what this pouch is for. And then i mean it talk all life like way too long for me to put it together. The pouch was four. And all your car keith. Ham here. I grew even look like pena's and the funny thing is the person who worked at the store. I believe had kind of like counted my items. That i was taking in but i appreciate that she was like well. Okay anyway. I had forgotten about that a few things. I've never tried on a thong in a store is like wrapped in plastic. Or like no you. Just don could be tried on by. I guess you take them home and wash them. I think i tried it on the bathing suit. I tried it on over my underwear okay. I'm trying to remember if it had like that. Sani stani strip. Like i mean. It's a fading sued. Does i don't think it could around the thong right heart. My thought was. I lived with my brother in new york for a long time. He's a professional dancer. And male dancers wear dance belts which is essentially a very sturdy. Man thong is it. Something pretty much they are. They are intense. They hell hold everything together. But it's a fong and he did not. I don't think he cared for them. But you have to wear them. It's like it's a part of the athletic. Yes anyway so i was surrounded by them forever because they were fancy and you have to hand date. He a hand. I don't know if he hand washed them but he had to wash and then hang them to dry so our -partment was just constantly covered. And your apartment looked like dressing room that day. Yeah and if. I remember the pouch. Wait a minute i was going to say has a hole in it but obviously that is to put in your coin person change. I was thinking ahead. Never mind never mind. That's my story about that. I still feel that we're correct. John but i. I have a follow up question to the last time you guys were on and as i said then greg heller is not here so i have to be the one to ask the rude question which was are mormons allowed to wear thongs and you said oh yeah like oh yeah yes i wanted to ask about the oh yeah of it all because the way you said it like suggested like not only are they allowed to but like they are super into it or something encouraged and forget. I think i only say just because well because it's it is tricky right so we have garments that we wear some not all mormons wear them but certain members of the church where garments. And so you you do leave. I wear them. So i don't have to worry about under except for when i where i work out or if we're like out doing yard work or whatever because otherwise it's like too much material but So i don't really ever think about underwear growing up all my friends we didn't have the garments and so they all i like the only one who didn't wear a thong. I was like the you know the the nerd who who couldn't handle the wedgie. You now interesting to cool bro. That's wish it goes down. Go ahead i feel like the the thong acceptance by so many of these people. It just sounds like so much stockholm syndrome. You're really not into this. But it's just worn you down and now you're identifying with your captors in somehow defending them promoting them to other people. I it doesn't seem like somebody said You know what i put on a thong. And i was like man. I got it all going on now. This is it. I've been waiting for this my whole life. It seems like everybody thinks it's the thing they should be doing. And then they just wear it until they forget how much they hate it. I wonder that because our the origin of the fung is it like because it was found attractive or was it for practical purpose. Yes i don't know you know. I guess because of the argument that i've heard for them is that you don't see penny lines. Oh yeah that too. That's true racked every gift. Either that or you know just a stripper thing. I mean they do how much underwear we take away. Ask him we show and have still illegal definition of underwear. I wonder what the legal definition of underwear is. I tell a story about that. I guess is neither the time nor the place. Yeah you're right. listen. I had a run in. I was onstage. No my my dollar bills were flying. I have a brother who is in law enforcement and In a previous line of work that was in law enforcement. His job was to go into the clubs to check for tax purposes. Because they tax clubs differently. If you're fully nude or if you're only half and so he his job every. Hey it's your turn this month. You'd have to go under these clubs into checked like oh yup fully clothed okay. Yeah you got the bottoms on your okay. And that's like someone has to check up and make sure that that's okay. Yeah and that was his job or tax. I i i would love to see that job saying okay. So what are we talking about here. Five hundred a week. I only have to pay you five hundred dollars a week. Okay sure yes someone does have to go through. He was like. Because you're you're you're law enforcement and going in and there's like these drug dealers and basically people that hate you and your they're going like. Hey i know this is your club. You're here let me just. I'm just here checking. Check the underwear checking the meter and the buffet looks pretty good tonight. Boys okay all right okay. Five later he would go in in his cop close. Yeah he has to. 'cause you're part of the comptroller's office right so you're checking for like D farm diesel. Making sure people are doing that. If anyone's it was more tax enforcement for the state and one of those is checking these clubs and so they would do rotations because nobody wants the job so really. This is your month. You gotta you gotta go in there and do this and that all right. Let's go take care of this because that's a yeah. Some of the guys didn't want the job. Yeah because it's not. It's not like you're going into not a patron you have to go on and do work. And you're like showing up his law enforcement so some of the patrons are not happy to see you right. That makes prefer to kill you. Sort of animosity there. And it's like we're we're seeing each other but it's not on the business where normally chasing each other for. Its something else right right. It would be funny if he came in dressed as a cop and also some strippers came in dressed as cops and then it was like a french farce. How do you. How can you tell no. I'm not that kind of cop. Hot cobb. yeah it's it's really for the bachelorette part okay so back to what you were saying. Daniel was asking about that about the weight mormon thongs etc and. I said i think they must wear them over the co like. Oh my gosh. I love it. No no that would be. I mean that's as much fabric. So much fabric. Yeah kind of productive to Purpose which is jamming more fabric in a flip flop. Yes yes let's do that. Yeah well if you're in a rush. No i think just before you get the garment then like a lot of girls. Wear them before that right. Yeah enough says you can't wear lingerie or in that case that's fine. That's good first time so we're just relax. Think like oh my goodness garments g like a religious thing. Yeah yeah so there's like garment time and then there's lingerie time exactly. Yeah definitely absolutely essential. mormon. I've been saying for years that's actually the dirtiest part all right you guys. Are you a gig down over there. Are you a gig worker. Or self employed People who have small businesses or are self employed have had to be super flexible and creative. This year. I don't know how twenty twenty has been for you but if it's been the way it is for you how it's been for me and that's barely english because i have emotions about this. 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Do all right so if you would like to send in your just mere. Everyone tweet it to at air. I y n. b. f. Yeah at npf on twitter and use the hashtag j. m. o. e. which is just everyone and i also. When i read that e mail earlier i should have said if you wanna email us where air i n. b. f. show gmail.com air. I mba show at shemale dot com o k katie says printing something landscape. Orientation just feels fancy. Nobody thought about it in that way but it does feel fancy well. Usually it's like because you're making a sign or your you know like you're writing something important right something outside and lancaster. Whatever you're just. I was just picturing spreadsheets and being like yeah spreadsheets and those landscape. Because you've got stuff going on. Yeah i don't think about those. No no yeah two different worlds. I guess always does feel important. When you have a spreadsheet and it's it's landscape. Because i stay on the corner the pages do big flip as you go through much like this is important. There's a lot going on. And i need to show you so many column i needed to print this atlanta. I agree tons on. I got nothing. I can't i. I've literally never thought about it and i can't see myself thinking about by the way tony i feel like you didn't weigh in thongs against in in in or is um better both. I can't say i've ever worn one. So i don't have much to say on that. I can't imagine they would be comfortable. And therefore i totally can understand why someone would not want to wear them. I totally get that. But the you know but also sure if i was with someone and they said hey you made aware check out my phone. I'm not gonna say no. But i would also be like only if you're comfortable with that this is for you. This is not for me. I like that frank discussion. Hey i know how to talk. Sexy what can i say. Okay i i date conversation yes. Should i be doing that on the dating apps. Yeah that's good to know. Thank you let me write that. What's the hot app now. I don't know you're asking the wrong person. Jeff oh i don't know i'm aged out of all. Hinge seems to be a never heard. And what's that. What's the gimmick hinge. I don't know that it's really that much difference you match with people doors its doors on benches it quantum snappy. Okay so jen t tat tagged me in this one. It's from someone else who i don't think is listener. But that's okay an-any basil says. Do you have a junk drawer in your kitchen or is it just me we do. We do have one yeah do. What's the junk drawer in ours. We have batteries screwdriver menus brochures and just assorted crap. He's like a perfect. That's a perfect junk drawer. Perfect you have everything you need in there. Yeah ours shares. Its half junk half silverware jordan much to the dismay and it has scissors a couple of Opener can opener. A couple of straws of junk reusable straws of some. Bandaids couple of bobby pins the bag clips. Add clip own a random penn without a lid. A pen with alad. I need that penn. Thank you And chill pipe in there. He said that right. Yeah strauss Sometimes i slide things that i think. I'm going to remember that. I need under the silverware drawer. But then i just forget that there in six months later throw them away usually like. Oh this receipt. I might want to return something. So i better put this receipt under here and then i forget that it exists. Couple of pennies usually a few random pennies. The list goes on half of an old charger. That no longer fits in. I had trouble getting. I just found the cord to plug into the original ipod and usb. I don't know what to do with it. I can't get rid of it. You can i won't you. I still have the ipod. does it turn on. i don't know even know where it is. I know i haven't rid of one dot that long. I just got rid of one not that long ago and it was holding onto it and i'm going like why you want to sink it with the computer. You have an app that you can find any song in the world. You're right and you like. What am i going to seek and be like. Oh i don't have that song sunk into my computer yet. Home new album nick. What are we doing here. you're right. I have apple music i wrote. I don't really need the ipod. Any it's more like just to look at it and be like oh remember when but there's so many ways to do that now. Okay jeff. what's in your junk drawer mine. Top-drawer is batteries for sure There's a weird jumped tools. So like if i need a crappy tool and feel like walking crappy. Screwdrivers jumped tools in there and there's weirdly dislike assortment that somehow makes sense of my mind like like things that you put under so it won't scratch the floor in fans at hold your bookshelf to the wall and velcro things like these kind of like useful household fastener type things and other stuff that it's like i might have used for this but i don't think i will but i don't wanna throw it out. That all goes in there. And underneath that i have a drawer. This just containers random little. You know a medicine bottle or something like that at of different sizes and glad to see al naughty because this should be just mere. Everyone is like does everybody hang onto like containers. Because they're like i. I'm going to. I'm going to have a bunch of screws that i need to put in something and have them and yeah and you know ever broke it out. You would not have enough containers to match enough lids yup. There's always somehow like. Where did the container go without. A lid lose lids then underneath that i have a drawer. This just light bulbs and underneath. That is a dusting supports. Well those altogether. I feel like only one of those is a true junk drawer now. They're a little mixed up. Tony would right you. Yeah pretty much right in the middle of everyone. I think pretty pretty standard you know. Yeah the batteries rubber bands pens and pencils and yeah similar to the things to like. Hang stuff up and Yes yeah a lot of a lot of. I'm i might need this someday. Am i has menus in the drawer. I don't have any menus. Because i figure you can find everything online. So yeah i used to hang onto menus. But then they just they just accumulate and then they kind of get in the way when you're looking for stuff so i'm pretty pretty hard core back. Yes they're all i need to. We need to thin it out. Because i mean actually we. Daniel just heard this. He would be very upset because he just cleaned it. But we started to get rid of moore paper because when you open it. The paper like accordions. Yeah then it makes me want to jump out a window. This is not normal. Okay phil scruggs says. When i get an email reply i'm expecting. I always double check my draft folder to see if i forgot to actually send my original message. No that's smart. I feel like that's only maybe once i don't check i can't say i've ever even thought to check the drafts folder. But i will definitely check the sent meal that's ended. Yeah i usually send an email. Go to the sent folder immediately. Read it and just hope that there's no typos in it. And i think why aren't you just more careful before you send the email but what happens is i'm like send and then i go. Reread it and panic like usually. It's okay but once in a while and something crazy with tax especially. I cannot do a i cannot. I cannot read it over before. I send right. I do that too. It's like something. Yeah i've had a. I've had a weird spate of forgetting to hit sends recently. And i remember a few years ago. I was looking for used car or something and you know. I was dealing with flaky craigslist people and really out of four that i was going to visit like i would be going back and forth. You like yeah. Can i come. Look that car saturday. And then i'd never hear from them and it'd be like hey. Are we still doing this on saturday. I'd be like oh. Yeah i forgot to send and i was like yeah. The dog ate your homework because that is the most dog ate your homework. Excuse like whoever forgets hit send and then this week. I forgot to send like five times like i'm becoming forgot to hit send guy. I've had it a few times lately myself. I think with allison last week. I blame it on corona i so too 'cause i'm i. I'm not functioning well at all with disposing exactly jeff. I blame corona on antifa. Yes figured it out. You're brave enough to say tony. Yeah are you feeling better though. Have we turned your mood around. Did i feel a little better. Yeah okay yeah thank you. Do you have a balcony or backyard or like what am i. I'm seeing cute picket fence out your sliding glass door. Yea a small backyard. Oh that's where that's where your dog poops. On a stop right is the famous stump. Yep yeah jeff. I'm with you in that. I have always assumed. Oh i forgot to send. It wasn't excuse. Yeah so it's actually good to know that it's not. I think it's still excuse but it does happen. Like i thought it was an excuse and it happened like next to never right now. I still think it's an excuse but like maybe it happens. Twenty five percent of the time. We are you guys with starting something with sorry for my delay here because i typically i've been i've been finding myself like writing that and then erasing it on a lot of messages lately because i feel like it's not really necessary. I don't know i guess it depends who you're sending it to do that. I'm trying to think if i've said it recently. I know i've said it before. I don't know alpi has never said it because he's never sent an email late. That's partially true. Because i i do keep zero. Inbox boxes i've said before i got like an obsession. That's why get into the office early. So i can just get get to business but i i try not to apologize and emails too much because everybody does it. And we're all like whatever. Just tell me what you want. They usually start with your welcome for this reply. And then i also try to stop saying the word just. Yeah i just want to say just trying just just just saying just if i could just any just say what you want. Yeah is it muir. Everyone who change the name Yes i have heard that instead of apologizing like instead of saying sorry for my delay you could say. Thank you for your patience. Oh yeah that would be better. But jeff do you remember. We interviewed someone on the show and they only were going to have fifty minutes or they were. There was something time-wise. We went to this person's house to do the interview and it was like. Yeah i think it was like there was a we had to be there by a certain time and we had to be out by certain time or something and i remember the publicists sane will thank you so much for your timeliness and i remember we both were kind of like. Doesn't that doesn't feel genuine. We had some words about it. I don't remember that email but that tracks it was in person. It was like thank you so much for your timeliness which i felt like was almost like reminders. I don't know i when i when i'm apologizing for a late reply which i almost never did until corona times and then you know just like everybody else. Heart keep caught up. I always say. I apologize for the lateness. Why that's good. Yeah because that was a line on an episode of the simpsons and so it makes me laugh. It makes me sound eloquent but it actually makes me laugh on. Christopher end says get so frustrated when i order multiple items from stores like walmart target or kohl's and the items get shipped individually Yes so annoying and sometimes like so inefficiently like this is the dumbest box or or like the opposite happened to me. Recently i bought a pair of really cute. Maternity overalls which i have i love but they were a little more expensive than i normally buy spend on clothes because i'm like no i need to feel somewhat decent during this pregnancy. And so anyway. They were from nordstrom and they came rolled up in the world. Small box in the box that you put eyeglasses like. I never seen a box. That small in my life. And i thought well now we've overcorrected. Okay this is too small. How much did we save. For these super wrinkled pants. It was insane. That was insane areas parbat and in nordstrom shipping department. Yeah what you got in your pocket over their overall weird out like those are not your pants. I'm like no. I'm pretty sure they are. Did you order a toothbrush. What i did panic though. I thought maybe in my like insane. Insanity i ordered like baby overall life pregnant doll because that's how small the box was. Yeah what do. They look like aside from crushed velvet. They're actually really cute. You'll see me and i. I'm sure i'm going to be wearing them a lot because there's so much more comfortable than maternity jeans. But they're like they're like you overalls. Yeah they're stretchy and the. Oh yeah they are more button options on the sides on the sides. There's extra buttons for expansion so as you get bigger and bigger you can grow with them which i all about. Their like infinity overalls. Yes and magical. They fit in tiny spaces. They sound incredible. I'm do you guys remember an infomercial for the infinity dress. I might have been before the young people's time. And maybe i'm the only one who pay attention but it was address that you could like wear like eight or eighteen different ways. Oh i remember those. Yes tony will you look it up and see if you find anything called like the infinite dresser infinity dress or something. Yep i'm looking at right now. What is it called. Infinity drag along infinity dress convertible bridesmaid dresses dress. Bridesmaid bridesmaid o. Term is used for a lot addresses. Oh yeah because infinity dress dot com is even a thing. Oh well there you go. You can wrap it twist it. Tuck it loop it. He it all styles seventy thing from one dress. yeah so it says on amazon. That's insane k. Harmony bernard says crumpling aluminum foil is even more satisfying than popping bubble wrap. Did we talk about this already. Have we done this. One sound familiar. Okay well i don think so harmony. I strongly i strongly disagree. I know love you harmony. But but bubble. Yeah smart is kind of fun to scrunch. But i don't like when you get it. Compressed until like a really tight ball then. It's no fun. So i think the the scrunching of aluminum foil is fun. It's kind of sharp though. Yeah but it's fun to kind of to compress your like superman piece of coal into a diamond. Yeah yeah exactly like that feeling of this. Because metal. In my hand yeah. It is pretty satisfying now. Apples and oranges though comparing that popping bubbles Which is more satisfying aside. Gmo the big packing bubbles. Little tiny guys. You'd think the big ones are. But i think it's the i agree personally made agree to. Yeah the big ones are too easy right. Little ones got real like precision going on and you get to do a whole lot of them. You do that thing where you twist it. And he goes oh yes. Shannon says even though caller. Id has been ubiquitous ubiquitous. For a long time. I still feel awkward about how to answer. The phone feels wronged answer. Hello and pretend. Like i don't know but so does addressing them by name as soon as i pick up the phone unless we're close hashtag just mirror everyone. I agree truth trying to think how i answer that so much. I don't talk on the phone. I feel real confident. Like even if i don't know the person well but i feel confident. About what the phone calls going to be. Then i'm more comfortable saying like. Hey steve you know like right away. He but if. I am like if i don't know where the commerce like if it's something kind of work and i don't really know am i am. I getting hired in my not am i. you know then. I feel like i can't really have that familiarity. I i like to use it as like holding power over. Somebody like is like hello and they like. Hey it's me. I don't have you in my contact list. What did you want. i'm getting out. I answer sub turds blanket. That's what it is. yeah. I think i do hello. Yeah that's what i do. I act as if i don't know who it is. Hello unless it's someone that i know really well or if you like you said if i'm expecting the call then i go. Hello there you go. That's a nice shift. Yeah oh yeah. That's a good idea like the anticipatory. Hello right holo as a statement not as a question. I realized i'd do a weird thing where i variant on the person who's calling me and and i sort of anticipate their needs so for example. If it's somebody that is going to have to verify that they're talking to me before they will say anything like a doctor's office or vet or something i will say this is jeff and that's just get right to it. Yeah that's nice an awkward thing. I do that. I didn't use to do on a landline. But i only do on a cell phone is i will. I will say hello if it's a if it's a call that involves business or something so i'll say hello and then the person will be like. Oh hey alison. Its own. So and i go. Hey and then like that silence forces them to just get to whatever they're saying but i think if it were not a self like a cell phone connection if it were a landline that would be where we make some awkward small talk and jokes. But i i just don't want i just want to get to it right. And here's here's a sub sub jameh. Which is when. I call somebody. And i don't and i'm calling them for the first time and i don't know them ninety nine percent of the time it's going to be then because they're either on a cell phone that is there's because they're grown ups or over twelve and or it's their business phone and you know it's at their desk so it's like you don't have that thing anymore where you're calling someone's house and you don't know who of the ten people that are living near that you're getting on the phone but it's the first time i still feel obliged to say. Oh hello is this jennifer. Yeah this is jeff baba. It's like of course. It's the person that i'm trying to call one hundred percent of the time do that as well. The other side of that is there a more pointless sentence in the world then. Hey it's me because if they know you from the voice like you don't even need to say that plus there's caller. Id there's no. There's no need for that sense. Get out of here. I think i say that to daniel. I've definitely say it. Every time i get mad at myself in your houses growing up. How would you guys answer the because we were just a hello family. But i remember certain people would be like mckinley residents. This is holly. Oh use a real person's name hi holly are yes. Something residents is so and so speaking residents yes. We had a thing where we weren't allowed to pick up until it had rung at least twice. See didn't seem thirsty. It was considered rude to answer if you picked up before twice. Why is that route was the seventies man. Don't ask me. We had that rule. When i was an internet a certain. Tv show where it was ring pause answer and if you didn't do it right you got kicked off the phones. You got kicked off the phone. You are in trouble so you were only supposed to let it ring once. Ring wants pause answer. Let it ring once fully pause answer but that's so stressful because you pause too long then it's two rings exactly and you could not screw it up and if there are multiple phone calls coming in you had to still time it ring pause answer please hold ring pause answer and sometimes it was like honestly i aged doing it. Was this the job where someone was sent somewhere for grapes. Yes okay so in. Your house is growing up. Did you say hello or did you say so. And so residents we answered beat boxing. It was weird. It was like a whole thing was really awkward. No just hello we would say my dad dancer mosses. Moss's okay cool. Yeah i just remember as a kid getting mistaken for my mom. Yeah well that always voice. Hello sherry allen. Her man that's happens to all young young men so with the with the cell phone thing nowadays where it's ridiculous to have those like primary conversations. Maybe we should all try to do thing as an experiment. Where like you call somebody and the second they pick up talking just i would like that. Actually i see. I don't need to get down to business. I want to win when we are done. Just hang up heavily day. Yeah no great to talk to you. Yeah okay see you later. Oh yeah no you have a good day. It's like no dubai by off boom. Yes that would be nice. I don't want to buy. I don't like the long. Yeah just hang up on me. I will say i think the the just still still going with. Hello i i do think that there is some benefit that because I know i can say from experience. Remember earlier this this year like my friend called me and i. I don't think i did. But i considered answering just like saying something really stupid and the phone call was to inform me about our friend dying so that would have been like. Obviously it would have been fine but like you know. That's that's that's real awkward turds. That's what i detail. Hey i remember so you should answer the phone. Jan pickup selector. Yeah that's it just to stay on this dark theme for one moment. I a friend of a million years ago. A friend of mine died and i was calling someone to tell them and i did not know him well but he knew the guy who died and i didn't like i feel like there is like what you're saying tony there's some benefit of having a little bit of a like. Hey how's it. So i'm calling to give you some bad news but i i couldn't stand the build up to it so he answered and i was like. Hey it's alison. I'm calling to tell you so. And so died. And i remember him being like low like kind of i mean he was gonna be stunned anyway but there was no softening of it. I just blurted it out. Because i in my twenty year old mind thought that was the actually the most merciful. I don't think i would do that. These days yeah. Yeah but it's true. There's not really. There's no good way to do it. Yeah it's true. There's just bad ways. A singing telegram would be a bad way. Yes do the still. Could you actually do that if you wanted to still. Is that still a thing. I mean not right now. Thanks to antifa creating corona well. That's true. I don't know you guys are at gen and now you're smiling. Do you have some. Do you have singing telegram info. I think i think we're just both willing to do. I think yeah. I feel like alan. I could start a business. Honestly we would be. We'd be great and it's kind of like cameo dot com or whatever that kind of it appears to still be a thing. I did a quick google. There's even called singing telegrams los angeles that i believe. Yeah all right. Well buckle up alison. We know your address effect. Can't wait to answer. The door already. Can't wait yet. If i remember correctly you guys are due out here to bring me a cheese plate. Oh yeah no. Yeah yes right. We got to get that song. Tony i and everyone patriot. Dot com slash. Rosen to see what i'm about to say. Do you have like an amazing view. I feel like i'm looking at kincaid. Print out your window. I'm sort. I don't think you should feel like he should mostly see trees from there but might view uphill so i do have a little bit of a view but the view is is that way. Like you shouldn't really be able to whatever i'm looking doesn't it look really pretty you guys. It does Yeah lots of trees. It's it's a nice neighborhood late. It's like blue and purple and yeah well and then the light that you have in your home. That's reflecting. actually it looks like there's a giant fireball in the sky in pretty blue and purple. It's actually pretty exciting to yeah. Well that you are seeing correct. 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Easter Epsiode (57)  Puppy School & Socialisation; Chocolate Toxicity; Lily Flowers & Cats; Pancreatitis; Xylitol Toxicity

Two Vets Talk Pets

55:30 min | 2 years ago

Easter Epsiode (57) Puppy School & Socialisation; Chocolate Toxicity; Lily Flowers & Cats; Pancreatitis; Xylitol Toxicity

"Welcome to the two vets talk pets podcast hosted by veterinarians. Dr Lewis Kirk and Dr Welby Anderson who give you the inside scoop on the secret lives of pets and have a light of looked at the lightest animal. News, health tips and other random facts own names of people and pets have been changed for confidentiality of the story. Sounds familiar Taffla yourself every just as animal crazy as you are to sit down place to ferry federal scaly best friend or no lap and as other to Lois and Robbie. Hello and welcome. Listen is to this. Second. Happy Easter episode and the two vents talk pets podcast on Dr Ravi an-and. And I am joined this week by the by the the crosser of the bums by the. The liar of the aches by the bothered wanted who the person is that manages to stick those little red bakes on those little Hinz that you get at the shops with your eggs. He's name is Dr Lewis Kirk and here he is Louis. Hey, going good Romeo. 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Hell Petitions I have wrought we had someone the other die bringing some dock chocolate sometimes way, we're lucky enough that we get some some sweet traits at bring in force. And so the new that all of my pain, Sean for chocolate and postal auto night's fringe going back to your back in the Tom back. It back fifteen episodes. Issue bill. Picked it up vicuna. Oh, Vicky all onto them in a minute. In a sick. I'm sorry on needed coulda done with some of these some of the zeal Cain after these really. So what happened? So that board in some spectacular doc chocolate. An I key. It was been trying to eight well trying to nominate chocolate, but you need a chance to get down to the straight gown. Any I suppose some lunch had nothing else in the Clinton to Ataur cracked open, the doctrine, it's very common thing. Might. Goodness. Aren't you started hoeing through these dark chocolate lock was nothing else? And literally are I've got my gum. And so I could track and I could say my heart right going from aiding all these dock chocolate. And all my goodness. Somebody Tyke these in hide it because this is this is not good hop helper. Taishan, but my heart right was hit north where it wasn't a pack of weenie blues you're into at the same time. Wasn't that wasn't that wasn't the electoral shopping? The news is giving me trying to get. It was literally just the doctoral just aiding it on an empty stomach and was probably a Tayo, I dried. Yeah. Up up up. She goes, really. So have the dogs few too much. Could you bring yourself, Danny? We'll tell you what you had to try and help to calm down a wish I had some Zilk. Zika are believe is a annoys highly refined milk protein that helps to try and reduce down anxieties in in dogs and cats one thing I used it for the other day apart from for my chocolate city was a head some people bringing I knew little puppy. And I said that we've got eighteen year old Chou across who is really not enjoying having the new poppy in the house and also the old dog causes the two people that have come together, and the will was the female partners. And when she goes away for the weekend, the dog just does not eight as soon as the donkey is our comeback in the driveway runs in and stops eating Cayman wrought sorry. You should try this Zilk can stop. It might help you out for when you trying to introduce the new puppy. But also might help you out when you looking at trying to get some trying to help to ease the exhaust all dogs got when you're up on his wife would stuff. Might love it fantastic. Okay. And like what food could they have maybe for that dog that will be Harley palatable, maybe single protein that if it was an anxious for the skin problem not talking about promo one hundred I. What you're talking about talking about those what you talking about Louis. All episodes. That can be a new segment what you talking about Louis. We can just of little on old sign what you talking about this. But just haven't about Lou. What did you talk about Louis fantastic? Let's do it. Let's do it. So. We talk about Robbie. They you sound like Scooby doo. Well, maybe. We are we up to one hundred hundred dollars you're on board as well. Lots of different varieties. Mike you sound like Scooby doo. Excavating loves it. Does think he mortar immortal on on the pain? Snacks. Maybe there was some of the pain in the Scripps next. He was eating. And also patriot supporters. Thanks, guys. Always support. Have you been been enjoying the uh the Q and ice issues that we've been putting on been we tried to put them on this? Because if we try to answer some of the questions you in the podcast, but there are some that we want to try and give NAS long answers to. And so that's why we put them onto the patriots. Are you guys being enjoying those for as little as two dollars a month, and they named joying stickers? If we have if the podcast I too long day compliance. We. Came in the shortest possible. The right. Limiting step exactly and Shannon. Thanks number. One number two number one. Number two, number one, dad. Number two. Yeah. They number one equal number. Why MRs Anderson cloudy? Glad clay cloudy number one. Number one's reporting. Everybody's a number one. To these. Now, you are number one or number one number one. Listen to one subscribe to us on the how much you around number on. And least we're talking to you. Yes. Seating Karoi yet or you dog what doing dishes. Yes, pulling laundry. Now, if you're in the cap Elisa pull up to two dollars a month to those a mile. You're a number. Look why why anyone else you're you're you. And listen to say what about Louis what you talking about. Louis k gives us tell us what we can talk Lewis to talk about what you talking about Louis. Maybe that's what you talking about. That's go all. So speak speaking of training. What are you gonna force? This a few months ago, but I'm still coming in with the brand new puppy. Yes. Coming for the twelve that because maximization. Yep. And you always have a chat. Some bet socialization is really wouldn't Horton's of two twelve that the early. Socialize specialize impeding dogs between about three weeks and three months of I so in that period, I need to exposure to lots of different people, lots of different ages rices people with you know, we'll changes all that sort of thing. Lots of different dogs podcasters. Especially. We could do that could beat socialization to the celebrity. Yes. Once we get that, we Kapadia pry, absolutely absolutely everyone else. Everyone else over number one. Oh, you're. Talking about ROY. Are you listening talking about you subscribe, unless you've turned off he's not met you? But don't bet socialization and still got a dog trainer in my area that he's that say you doing puppy school, really socialization. We have here at the clinic. But yes, he is also pitch up down the road that does it and I wear doing that not trying to sell you anything really important. It's the best thing to do. Exactly. My dog trying to says he's gonna come and do some home visits that doesn't help socialization was recommended that does he says that the dogs get too distracted a puppy school? Well, that's the idea of it. Yes. They're enjoying the company of the dogs. They looney what distractions out they learning how to interact with on the spot of poppy school. The other the says he doesn't want them to learn bad habits bad habits. What bad habits pick up an air of puppy school on I had to play awfully interact with each other. Yeah. Yeah. To be on Tom to school. Yes. Had a pack your lunch bag not. Hanging around the school yet talking back to your parents parents on Instagram that's and group chats and stuff like that sort of learn about my Meyer. Skid in my mind. What's took my my, my my mind. Like these scary person with a mosque that Madonna's skate over the moment. It's dare won't seeing. It's been news UK's road. I it's not fun. It's been gone for wall. Kids do terrible things. Search my my? You remember the old back in the old days when we were kids there's the video gyn cold. I'm not may says area. So if you put your your VHS typing, and so you've got an out apply the game. And so the gatekeeper comes on this this dude in a in a in a big sort of who it and he has got the gate keeper. On that side. It's like a scream mosque. But was really tear. We ate the hell the kids doing these park a tray with Steve it's terrible might anyway and hadn't how wholesome Updike for these train is doing is running around with a my mosque. Can we reveal that as an exclusive on the to talk bit? So these guys my as my if he's recommending not to go to public school. He's. Exactly. He's annoy moment. Nice. I know no to my mind association. Yes. That's right. And we'll have a horse, doc, wile. The mojo. Having my wife lets the Mojo while with Moammar speaking on up. I don't you. Go at told us, you guys told us, but he got you Hugo who was on on one of the the swampy ones teen day not looking for might. Yes. In in. What came to the saying? He's the best Easter Sunday ever or Karaki stride in ripped. Oh, Parke's proud to announce that Hugo the Galapagos tortoise has found a go friend. He's not this is a big thanks to Caroline's them. Brian. I pitch analyst awesome, ticker and Facebook after years of searching, the central coast wildlife sanctuary decided tuneup notching January two thousand hundred and get Hugo registered to Teenda ROY dozens of girls match with the tortoise noise. None of them stood out really knows until he got the attention of Estrella Estrella strapping twenty one year old female Galapagos tortoise from zoo from a zoo in rush doc in Deutschland, really. L olds he go again, always fifty six sixty eight sixty this German turtles east, you're trying to do the same as that can. Her ni- early nineties shoe pit they go Diatta all she the tortoise Hortus coach she. No. It's not Estrella. Estrella means go ding tortoise. Jim. Yes. Yes. In the door. German. Yes. Jim. Sure digging. Guilt. Get is it guilt yellow guilt. Diga deities. Anyway, there's a little bit you have you always been a bit of a German speaker him corner linguists might. Any language metteg Eskin linguist? Beck to guy. Although the pair currently facing the challenges of a long distance relationship. It's making them grow stronger. Nisi photo was Strila NAS lean he goes enclosure. And he hasn't eaten yet. Hang on to say, and he's getting washed at least once a week ROY a wake in front of him. Washed every wakes come in preparation. He's a long long a sweet getting worse to Kim's of looking smooth. And sean. He's he's moisturizing. He's getting doing doing some turtle scaping smoothing, Sean that might be number four on the list of top whipsawed. Tonight. Just boy a stroller will move to these straying rip doll pack in the coming months to be with you go. Excellent. Daniel Ramsey hit of rip dolls starring Richard Bach. Said are couldn't be more excited for Hugh guy on you team to wit for him. Jay sydell down by such. Coming because it's worked on. What's he say only on UT new wait for him because it's worked on all of more friends? You give you much. Friends. Have you been the mentioning? Friends of married. She's just throwing up onto the bus. The Daniel's friend. That's Daniel Rum's e. He's trying ripped apart and his friends with him. Crikey. Put an alert out on this podcast. He's got some friends, and they disappear. He's going to be an extra bands, and he stepped now did you have a band? This week until he's just exhort as the staff to meet her now Reagan's probably more excited than stuff shouldn't be as excited. Oh, he's excited about the the fed Oregon. Yeah. Okay. Getting the sponge boss once a week. Rum's you continued Arcot white tomato. More Sylvan get to know a personality who knows maybe the next fees with some by Galapagos tortoises while guy pulled at Romsey visas. These trying rip doll Parker. I would say he going exhibit everyday of the school as well as get up close and personal with him on east eilly walks. Woking walking it'd be exhausted. If he's walking every die, but he's got short legs. Don't move very fast. Sarkan? Imagine the visitors adjoining all that longer award. And he's walking from the to the bath. Yet. That's back again, the food trough. The triangle law. Exactly this. My father is he's you look at that. He's a strapping leaden absolutely somewhere drilling of lost it on I where and he he's a struggle. Sitting someone's palm someone's hand caught small to the sauce Defrance he's gonna crush it could have. Had. I check to make sure that Hugo is actually a boy are they gonna hope to there's gonna be some sort of. You know? Oh, you think you might have coming up potty or agenda review potty, it's twenty nine and it's absolutely fallen. But if they plan on them doing it, the natural y as long as one's got the the boy one's got the go bid. Maybe they should be chicken that out before they getting a stroller swimming sale on pretty show when they giving me weekly by checking checking all the falls and criticism making the role. They might make sure they're all they are again. Viking. Everything's in order. He's still a boy. Nothing's changed. Boise or something. I'm big Manley has. This. Easter episode. This is just gone. So it's. It's. At work today. And I heard I was taking blood from a cat down the back of one of the other nurses on the phone going. All yeah. I've got Roby on today. Yes. Israel nano. She's not until Monday afternoon. I, you know, that's that's doesn't matter. Yeah. That's book. We'll book you in for Monday. So that's that's cool. Yeah. That's easy enough to know. You don't notice solitary to your and just not? And so I said to me I'm later on she going on. So that cone salt was she looked. She said, look, we really really love Roby. We think he's a great fit. He's really really nice. But it's just we need to get the dogs anal glands expressed. And we think he's hands big. Big Tawnya Lewis because. I don't think I've got big hands. Go fairly. You know, I've got artist Hans build his hands. They're not Stompie hand. It's lovely soft hands off think to elegant long slender will moesha's fingers. Innis as my bag. Spongebob. So all or is it a thing of that? I think that I do have manly hands mature take it as a compliment Lewis Rottweiler. Had you seen the dog previously. Like was it a dog you'd previously examined their glands? But I'm not sure, and I'm always gentle wise, you wake cling gloves away lube, and I'd side. Look sorry about these those any other way of doing it. We do it. But this is the best way of doing it. The mood is the of it just perhaps looking in comparison our hands really slender and slim of the news to check it Monday. I'm gonna they're not gonna do a hand on hand Harrison Jain. And so I can actually say I do I have excessively Manley hands on because I mean, let's face it. If you've got someone's being up your bomb. It does an extra two millimeters. Good. It's probably not gonna make all that much difference. Every bit counts my release to be honest with you. Well, if you go to the doctor for your middle is mile chick chick. Going for the the Andre the John's or someone just a little bit smaller in stature cheek coming Robbie or let me. Let me think in the end as long as it's a good dog knows test. It's I think it's gonna be crap. No matter what happens. Well, arguably get thirty. We. Thomas. I'm roy. Zoltan? Crock does duck dissolved and Manley ends Manley. Everything he's dreaming. What if it was on the other hand was on the other food on the sign shoe on the other foot? Yes. And was on the on the other hand if I'd run out, and I said now, we don't wanna see giant. We want to say that goal with Dinesh fingers to be honest. I wouldn't mind on down with my hands being. Naunton? These hands of forty years, and I'm going to change now. Yeah. Not gonna plenty of other things in my body that I go, you know, what that'd probably be better or worse, or whatever the hands of hands. It's as you take another pump of the moisture ause eve road tonight. The sound of a sponge bothering tortoise. That's that's just me moisturizing dainty big man, and Sean we'll have to remember to do that on Monday. They'll have to sit down a hand to hand comparison with Johnny. Yes. And put it on Instagram. Just with no nothing filter, unfiltered, Combet just be my hand and giants. Wrong. When you need it for when you're listening for Iran. Just just just two random two hands. Yeah. Can't very on gone. That'll get what's locks to watch on that one. Absolutely. Or smoking all of the show is generally nights. I please consult you before falling any boss you pit who do have missed revived the most up tonight information, but is bitten remitted continually advancing in China. Plays know we've missed anything or if you need any clarification, it's as to Tom Lewis chocolate folksy mice. This is your this is your Bank few Bacher and the wheelhouse, especially after a guy to myself. Yes, we we cut we covered these last year as well. And. That's a long time. Twelve months. My the listeners. What what's what's the problem with chocolate tuxedo? Funnily enough the same stuff. Because it's only and we say him year after year after year, and we've had got so many newly says it's Tom to come back over to Mike show that Iran's burned up on it. So what happens with dogs and chocolate is there? This is the. Sure. Sure. Picture on the path. Gypsy coming to America. A related. Chocolate. Toxicity. Sterling. Yeah. Absolutely. And that's over. Really? Good. Great. Focusing. Robot? I. Go. All right. All right back. The focus was sent it on site. We're in. We're off what what? Walker? Chocolate chocolate contain stimulants, and dogs are very sensitive to the stimulants compared to what humans also dogs ate the chocolate. I absolve the stimulants. I always. And I've listened I've been upset. What's at squeak? Roller. Oh, man. To start again, you're gonna cut it away. Go much to. Sorry. The so the stimulants Hadron the theobromine caffeine. That's what happens it gets into the dogs gets absorbed by the dogs gets into the cells and at foyers off their the muscles. And they news hot rights. I can get twitches and trimmers and that sort of stuff, and I just had the ability of being able to day talks as well as what humans do. So that's why for humans where I will to handle it unless you're that age too, much, doc trumpet, but dogs of very very sensitive to it and the dock of the chocolate, the more of the stimulants and the more toxic. It is so cooking chocolate really, really bad, doc chocolate, pretty bad milk chocolate. Not quite so bad. What chocolate you probably going to explode you with chocolate before it actually gives them chocolate. Toxicity. Actually, don't have the stimulants that are in the exact it's actually being on speed isn't feed. Right. I hate. Yes. Tremors. Exactly. And I I guess it'd be if it gets really bad like on a coma or. You you dogs eaten a whole lot of the stir eggs. Yep. Very unfortunate. Yep. The Easter bunny left at the bad as to exactly now. There's a really good on. If you say these mind, the chalk talks county Choctaw. Yes, from I n will poison app gone in Dan. But I wanted to put in the I'm going to put it in king. I'm gonna guess your white approximately one hundred fifty kilos. Holding onto the town. Pollyanna this. How wreck? Just one. Letting people behind cited to pay on trying to why they got a little baby sky in the in the concert. Right. We're trying to why the cats cats go to none are now. Yeah, there's no van at nine eight vanity is not we're not judging. It's fine. It's just like what I'll try and hold onto the towel raccoon yourself feel better. And I just gotta make sure still Kate saying that jug to every single. I heard on the podcast. That's right. Yeah. The calculate. He's I'm just gonna into you. Why anyone you what? Now. That's right. Keillor's? Hundred fifty. I I guess that's one eighty and then so we're looking you said it was dark chocolate chocolate Hemi grams jerky you consumed. Let's interdean. What was I blocks? I three hundred grams. Audrey hundred grand was too much and calculate. You're ready. Oh, only mall Sondra expecting to most animals cream manage it harm, or they they handled it. Hi, my. And that was true. Yes. Yeah. I handled me at work. But you know, it's a let's seeks hundred. Six hundred grams of that he did. Oh, really? Maybe let's bring you right down to what really is. Putting and interest into that severe law threatening. So what do you put down to my real wide because my real Whitey? He's show. Hey. Be friends might it's okay. Eight. Malls. If you're a dog, can you do one for me? So this is again because this is a an open exchange amongst friends, and yeah, it's a Saif plot. When we were kids, my grandparents had a Chihuahua or win, they pasta why we got the, but they always guy little Bobby a what Fred frog. Bob dole. Right. No, no, I didn't. But she had like. A little drive. It was terrific. Bobby shoes on things. I was the cat Ken that zero bit Bobby ran. Etienne mine. He was he was fairly plastic. He didn't really move around very much the cat yet can the cat. So we so she says she was shoot it been like two kilos little Dan hang onto kilo putting tequila three hundred grams a chocolate the final explode yet took you much. Aric in thirty grams of white chocolate, white chocolate watchos, nothing gay Oiseaux milk. It's only got milk. Due. Do milk milk. Paul says. Have we given a milk chocolate would've been in trouble? But one chocolate. So I really good at victory at the air and uses and that sort of thing the ice PC a animal poison apple Inc at school. Yeah. Yeah. They just good stuff the ice. Yeah. They have they have shoots and different things on different poisons and things like that cargoes. Got other cargoes Rhett bite calculator, coagulant calculators and some other stuff Vinnie resource that what they bet bidding. Good at all. Have you ever come across the the dog Saif chocolate the Carib chocolate? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I thought I was thinking I wonder what else we can talk about with chocolate. We didn't talk about it. And it's like the dog Saif chocolate you can get so it's basically Carib chocolate. So it doesn't have any of the any of the the stimulus theobromine Zain those and things in chocolate. Also, it doesn't have any ties Tyson. Have you ever tried care? Bowls. Said it's a scientist assign N t. Of take your word for it. The queue, and I'll take it as a Combet and known for the next. And so and so then the classic. So that if you if you do dogs ate some tra- hall. Yes, it's really important to get Dan debate. Yes, it'd be good. If you could tell you what chocolate was repa- ham. I really helps because that's interest into the the app. We can why you pits. Don't worry about that. But other things much chocolate and what color was the chocolate. The really really good tonight. We make them be the first thing we do. We'll probably get out the poison that that the waiver amended. Keep Beck's we should get in touch touch Boston into our we Kapadia pay and and by involvement. We put one flew is monitoring them just opinion how much Vatan so I really really quite serious issue. And also some of the repping that can come with it. I've eaten a lot of the SUV affoil the packaging, even I sort of Christmas hamper stuff, you can have locked that sort of plastic. Stroll fright gross stuff. They can eat that with it too. And that can cause. All the stuff that goes with the chocolate. Yes as well. So really important. Yeah. If you think you dogs chocolate come down say, it's it's not gonna hurt too Mike them vomited up and just check and say because the the list that's in there the list it's gonna get absorbed. Listrik it's absorbed, then the lis- sauna fix. You're gonna have good stuff. Mike, good stuff. And what are the things we got to worry about today's to tell them good? I'll lillies aced lilies. Yep. So we've always been pretty big on this with Toronto of Boyd getting lilies. Into houses with cats. Why lillies bad with cats people? Oh seem to not know about or forgotten about causes kidney problems, doesn't it? Yes. I can I can get it from will get it from chewing the leaves chewing the during the flowers some thought that even if they get some pollen on them and then leaked the pollen off the air, they cut that can also cause toxicity as well. So a something that commonly given it as to Tom. Given some flowers chick that there's any lilies in the in the in the flowers and thrown away chucker Matt straighten the green bean exactly plus pricey bag in the bean come let him in the house. And if you think he becomes unwell. So the sons of lily talks acute kidney failure side. I will be often vomiting acute abdominal pine really, really unwell. Just really really really suddenly kits. Not eighteen. Yeah. Exactly. Getting it pretty quick, absolutely. Will potentially put them on fluids Brunson blood tests. And and if there's been any history of lilies, they then we'll be trading kept pretty damn aggressively to try and get them out of the kidney failure to try and save. We can actually turn them around. I'm in this cats, really fix really badly. They now the cat's just a real very, but we don't always now. Exactly doing. Yeah. That's fantastic. Already. Any other anything else might you can think of gripes in Soltan is or is it common one? So particularly in the in your. Across bonds or India the chocolate containing gripes and sold chocolate chocolate containing sultanas and risings the something in that again causes kidney problems happening all dogs. But I'm the ones that do very very bad. So if you ate anything with any Soltan is in the very good idea to try and get them down to the vet to get them vomited up. You might have to run some blood tests to check to make sure the keys are okay afterwards as well. Zeca? It's the same sort of thing we had one during the week where little puppy unladen, one gripe, and that is sort of rang up, and I said, oh, no gripe band era guy. And so that case will oh we get a damn but said on I bis to come down. And we got the dog to vomit and two or three gripes in. He is really really important that the to get dandy vet as soon as you can because the thing with gripes is again, similar lillies. We don't really know the dice necessarily nine knowing some dogs can meet one gripe Kohl's sultana in other dogs could be bag them. We don't really know. Precautions we everything as well. And I mean, similar to that did talk about the grasses and stuff and get new Christmas has sometimes took full the always the guys sticks. The little red bakes on the chicken chicken's. Great. Great stockings in in cats. Tummies is one puppies. Yeah. Pitcher move Sinai. So exactly so. Yeah, I'm great city kept plying the little chicken. Yeah. Yeah. But he swallow it and that gets stock someway. Going fishing to try and get it out xactly surgery and surgery is the only why that we're gonna we're gonna get those out. So so when he sort of toys that coming to the a small, Tony toys them, why from me Dogo. Okay. Because there is the risk swallow them. It's gonna get stuck somewhere. Yeah. Yep. Or already also ROY there's lots of exit. They stole me painting eggs and decorations on the eggs, and that sort of thing you not doing that shoe from the Keita. No. Cool now. But you know, I didn't have the patience to sit there and try and pint. Kindle, and I bring them home. Until when often this stink. That was fantastic. So post. Compost. The red succumb one. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. I get stuck in. Oh skua. And Rory exist in general roic speeding dogs. Locked to recommend fate. A lotta roreg ze. Yeah. Often contain salmonella and a lot of Orix can actually cools Botin deficiency. Vitamin b people saw Rory on the on the thing. That's really great for the. I'm Ben actually does the opposite. It can cause a bite and deficiency which causes skin lesions dry cuts a name ear and litho. Gene have a lot of Rory. The mechanism is behind that. Yeah. Yeah. I'll do we have. Do we have? Point prison. Sorry. Cut that out as well. I've got now. Excellent. If anyone knows innocent citizen. So pitchy. Mel dot com. Guy goes up tells what how it really works. Or already and then. Knows auto. We all toll a few episodes ago as well. But it's the the the sweetness that can have insulin Laka fix in in dog's blood glucose to plummet, very very, very rapid rights. It's a sugar replacement, isn't it? Like, you suppose shoot free lollies goods or sugar free goddamn is one and also sometimes in some of some household autumn's wealth toothpaste as well. And and like you said it can cause insulin lock of fix and Canadian to leave a fi and death, and that sort of thing. So obviously a lot of lowliest can come into the house that they stole me. Ye Mike show. You know, there's there's all toll in them some peanut butters even has all tolls. That is well and James as well, some people use Jan as Allah Tolan, James any of the the law will know, she'll get jam ROY. It's it's gonna it's gonna it's gonna be something that's making its white. Really check out my church. Not all atoll exactly as you said dogs are really sensitive to it. And now become THAAD vulnerable become really week. Maybe is so it is an emergency really just a little bit. Yeah. Or Yuri of it. Having checked out or already anything else might you think? There's a wise just all the general lift overs and stuff, isn't it? You know what? I mean. How often you hear about people that just? People still not really eating aiding and things like that on on a good fraud. I at least, but a lot of times people will have barbecues and things get together with their families. And it's called. Just Chuck a little bit of leftovers to the dog's always the common thing with pancreatitis and got got problems where you've got things like vomiting, and diarrhea and all that stuff. And then the cool some issues hemorrhagic guests during Terada, some really nasty things. Remember, the the what are the going coal at the conference the other year is acute acute hemorrhagic diarrhea syndrome. Really? Yeah. Yeah. You're trying to move away from the hemorrhagic guest dry winter on acute acute hemorrahagic diarrhea syndrome. Nothing. There's nothing cute about it. Nothing. Whether it depends. Depends on your does it a little. Very hard drive at it. And yeah. And it's just poodle through the cage and there's differently. It doesn't think it's cute around the hassle ever the watching Paul. No, no. That's not cute. Watch. Shag Paul wasn't cute to begin with. So you probably waiting for an excuse to get rid of it. Really? That's true. Cute on the walls. Knock right, Mr. hot too. What a miss. Good wasn't in the die. So. Yeah. Family to him though. Isn't it? Yes. Over having family gatherings. Lots of leftovers and stuff. It's really common just to give vixen to the dog wanted. Which hams will be reacting on any. So this product absolutely dogs. Really react to. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's it's the flavor is in the fat. So it's the it's the it's the fat content in that can really flare out the pancreas all the bail. Aw. Some dogs just have a real like. Response to. The say prom one hundred doing the ham and poke dot he released it's gone. It's not it's it's making sensitive got poked. I don't think so poke dot walk diet. Be here before you. You'll be falling. Yeah. I think he's going to have plenty of the plenty of poke off. Jumper striding Bosnia game ready. He doesn't eat the dawn. Does he? So so the rainy foods that people could have ran that you think that they could be able to give them if they were. Yeah. I could potentially have ran if I really feel so desire that they want to give their dogs and things it will. Yeah. There's the problem. One hundred traits might if we're if we're going to bring up the sponsor gay great support of the put can you? What are you gonna for things like carrot sticks? And yeah, given the bits of apple and grind audio traits. Guan caney. That's. Yeah. Really, really good. The GATT makes them feel citation. Yes. It makes them not feel hungry anymore. So yeah. Grotto de thing too. Is that we've we've often said before with the highly valued traits for things are trying. You don't doesn't care how much like it. They just want something happening, again, give them a little bit of sausage, Mike, it a little bit of sausage because I just it's happy with a tiny little bit of sausage as what they gonna get from having. What? Go for it. Yeah. You just want. He's taking nights case. She's a bit disappointed, Oregon, you're aching with all that moisturizing and stuff. Yeah. The keeping him smooth and stuff. I'm on ask for the H. Look, you do you want the whole. So she just the the league. I know you even just want the little bit. Yo you want. Just some of it doesn't Castrillo doesn't cave. It's a little bit or a lot of the halls. Hands pretty Manley. Moisture moisture he's looking very wrinkly. He could have a little bit of the key oil in the bath. Wouldn't that propane glycol that you're talking about about the the the rough peds a couple of months couple of came in? Doc. It's purple and gold code is Mike him Knauss and Smith. He's just he's he doesn't get walking. But we dislike. Risky businesses. Just stride off the h. Thank goodness. Oh. And the other thing is well sometimes in in the Royston all the things we have at Easter. We often use a lot of seasoning. Don't we have on Yeon and a lot of galley? What's the problem with onion garlic in food hit? You remember what it is? No. That's just hand strike DO. Manley. Hanes oxidative damage of the Hamish globe in leading to hemoglobin, Amy. Dumb that dance. As particularly not the listeners. That you, and I have no idea what you just say the compounds that are reading the onion, garlic. I 'cause I China in the Hamish globe and molecules in the red blood cells that carry the oxygen around body. And so what happens is when it changes that China that molecule it's no longer able to hold as much oxygen and not not able to disperse the oxygen said, that's the reason why your oxygen-carrying capacity drops off. It's also the reason why these dogs and cats particularly dogs, but cats can get it if they have certain medications. Panel. How much do you lock spot is? The drinks all the legged insect Iraq nude. Yes there because there's a little one. That's crawling behind. Joe? Head on your chair are not doing NAR. It is only small it is it is it a it's up on the say. I can't say how. Mike and find. Oh, cool. Cool. That fighter that you sent me the other day of the vet that was doing the the the the Instagram the law question raid, say the Christian. A spot is unhappy that one on the wool actually behind. You was interesting EFI to do a law of very. It wasn't wasn't you stand at scrabble or. Ousting? Anya, the galley. Gums brown. Thumbs a week, John. The whole time. Don, Sparta fifty four is Easter episode nearly one hundred episodes out to talking each other Margaret nece. I believe enjoy these beside every. Yeah. It. It's been kazaa been very. Okay. Ready to go and do some do some Instagram ING now you've been doing some I want work right Audemer, while they really pumped say they really all end up. Yeah. Yeah. Rock rock hod onboard ebbs. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. We got anything else that we want to want to touch on some questions put them through pipes. Patriot again, but Tomba send him through to its talk bits at dream dot com. Look for on Instagram. Look for us on Facebook on Twitter and someone asked what a Instagram handle was the other two Vits talk pits. They w Tocqueville. It's talk pits. WR the number to the letter to the word to where the number two but written asked in in woods yet. But not WI TI. Now, there are many spellings of to the number two spelled out. I'm Josh early a Melvin comedian. Who does a does gripe podcast as well went and saw that he did with the kids for kids one day because he used to be a librarian and trying to teach you as a librarian and then got into doing comedy any shows talking about. Why would? So we wanted to ways to spell one and three ways to spell to and only one way to spell three and two hundred spell four. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely, roy. He's really through. That's awesome. So we're one of the wise that you spelled to. Yes to us one way spelling took. That's right. The wives to the number two because this to me. This to me is too. Yes. And we've it it's every talking about pits handle his voices. And lawful lot nature. The silly. Jake's pierrot. You're all paying all terrible. Isn't it to I'm sorry at least? Happy happy mood. Exactly chocolate chocolate finish dog, right? Else have barbecue. Yes, sausages. Do you told us what the skew was in the in the in the beer bottle? Yeah. Simple timeframe T-Bone mountain dog, but importantly, sti- Saif STA size. Everybody. When he believes drinking draw. None of that stuff. Silly exactly the healthy life. Nice Kyle smoothie, I think you guys having them Hugo. He's is only Kyle. Bait beat bait. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Bates. Parents the. Helps. Yeah. Base. Eighty. What are you talking about Louis? Please Highland made. A patriot a beat smoothie. If I had to say patriot. Then you really would have lost it. Why why they wanted to route smoothies? Dan, Kyle juice features bagel Jews paid jas site three times. And you go the tortoise appease. So he's going on. Forecast is being brought to you. The oil and. Going these starring pock. Absolutely. Yeah. He goes doing these Bob's looking for his pitcher until two tone to its pits. Save you ten percent off entry fee. Can we do? Yeah. Melissa pits woman. Thanks. On one hundred sixty does. But you got fifteen very much. What you talking about Louis talking about Louis? That's the thing. That's what you want you to hit. It is up for on the on the mile. Can we talk about an essay of what she talking about Louis as fantastic love it NAS? Why do we can filled podcasting with some bit stuff instead of laughing and giggling each other, I'll talk maybe or are you guys? Happy Easter to everyone everyone. Thank you so much for listening. And we really appreciate raucous said. 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07-19-21 Boomer & Gio Hour 2 (7AM-8AM)

Boomer & Gio

28:38 min | 3 months ago

07-19-21 Boomer & Gio Hour 2 (7AM-8AM)

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Still ride that high off the pulse of the people award winning thursday of last week in those balloons that are still the balloons at boomer. And i got jerry last week. Why wouldn't they still be here. I mean we just got them for you on. Brian's like this all over the place. Yeah i know but we got you those we we were inspired by the balloons are out there but those are nuked them up and brought them and thank you one of the things that i might have a hard time. Understanding is why you would leave the pulse of the people here not taking home and share it with your family. I feel like. I should share it with everybody. Okay and it's on. Tv looks good. Yours is yours has been sitting there for years. That's one of them to three. I think. I i i yeah i even during one one now yeah. I took myself out of the running. Crooked would shoot down eleven. that's it silence. You're what you're talking about so yours is sitting right there for seven years. I'm sorry but i turn y you know what it is. I turned one down. Is what it was. You only have one and you haven't taken it home. Why did take it on board of bat. It's weird that we have winners from two thousand eight through ten. I thought that the first one we did was Two thousand eleven. It's a little chaotic. Just slightly as jerry is back. He's got an update. What's going on jerry. You're brought to you by winters. Brothers waste system long island's number one choice for all your waste collection and recycling needs visit winters b. r. o. s. dot com yankees. Got out to a good start last night at the stadium. Here's the o. To swung on and hit on the left and date that balls high bar. It's glacier day again and like a good flavor toro's is there no he homers of perez and. Yeah gave him the yankees. A nice early lead have no intercourse at all with the manager of the players. Not this year. John on the fan both times Yankees winning nine to one as they pummeled boston to two of three over the weekend we know of course the whole situation on thursday glacier towards the home run rig no door a home run a big game and ryan the mark cap the scoring late. Heroes aaron boone. Really figured things out after the cova issues hit them on thursday. You got to be able to adapt know based on personnel and things like that and the guys did a really good job tonight of of doing some small thing or one of those guys was oh door to hits including a home run. He was all over. The base paths in terms of the homerun hit a long way. He says he was on it. And that's additional was just trying to do that. He told me and then ten guy he headed far. As a matter of fact. I jameson tile and five and a third for the witnesses great contribution greg alan ryan lamar. I mean these guys coming up sitting right in putting the competitive at bats putting their body on the line in the outfield stuff like that It's been fun to watch green up big. Sure sure a lot of guys. I contributed this weekend for sure yankees now. Seven games behind boston in the al east. They get the phillies tomorrow after they enjoy a nice solid day off as for the mets last hour we heard from wayne randazzo this hour. I give you gary thorne mets down early six. Nothing come back in the nine years. Hillary on the way that is in their wall pushed up in the air. Way back feel way back. Rodriguez centerfield done florida. Get such score ahead of him and how about that. It is a seven to six met. Lead the orioles anymore yeah. I don't know what's going on with this. I mean. I thought he did those a fulltime orioles broadcast. Unless he's not he's not anymore. I don't know the answer that he for a long time he was. That was gary thorne. S and why filling in for gary cohen. Now twenty four hours prior or less than twenty hours pla prior the mets had a big lead the lead disappeared and then it disappeared in a losing way in the ninth. Gary thorne again. They said a walk popped out into a double play puts that one up in the air down the line or did he. That's it is gone. D has surrendered a grand slam home. Run yeah in grace no member he was gonna flush the bad loving. He flushed it already remember. He's i'm onto the next one. Yeah alan woods. now it's really bad anyway. Gary thorne not doing orioles anymore. He's not no no kidding. Twenty twenty was last year. Wow who knew okay. Anyway gary thorne bowl times on s. and y so the horrendous low saturday the fund went on sunday here was conforto between door being hurt. The degrom news everything. That's gone on adversity. Not a bad thing. You know it's only brings closer together and We'll keep the keep the ship steady until those guys back. But until then we got grinded up and he says Meant a lot actually come up with that. Swing one for me being one for the team. Happy flight to cincinnati and keep the same role. Take on the red. Starting tonight travis. Blanket horn a pinch three run homer in this game. Dominic smith double and rbi runs scored three hits on the day. Jerry's familiar to scoreless innings for the win. Trevor may did close out the game in the bottom. Half here was louis. Ross really needed out of the group. I mean this is another good sign a of a team. We are right. All their forty eight and forty two they have a two game lead on the phillies atop the nfl. You got jared i. Cough and vladimir gutierrez ross was injected yesterday along with taiwan walker in the first inning for that fair foul ball. Whatever you wanna call it down the line. Go get suspended for that. Doing i do have to have pie. You get suspended the deal. I would think so. I don't think it's going to be a you. Know a seven game suspension. But he'll get maybe two games go appeal it and get a game. Would you say something. Jared you ever in your coaching days after bumping empire. Now even in your angriest moments get right up their chest to chest. No the closest. I ever got to even being thrown out was when i ask for clarification of the strike zone. Be clear we're going knees to the letters. We're not gone feet to the helmet. He didn't find amusing. And did you get tossed warning. Got a warning okay to we don't argue balls and strikes. I said fine. Can we argue the strike zone. No different michael. I know different. Take that you were trying to go with their get under his skin. One of the worst umpires we ever had any was route. Sob to really like he. Mr authority youth baseball. Stop chart todd. He being charges fine. But like you know this isn't this isn't major league baseball goto when you really someone really gets on your nerves drop dead dude drop dead dune what can i tell you not as me kicked out and the only time i was warned being kicked out like directly warned was for my assistant. Coach was yelling. He goes he doesn't stop. You're out but what. I do drop dead exactly. You know what drop dead pay me my money and let me get out of here and if you don't like it drop dead right away drop dead seriously you a holes out there. God just drop dead and go away knocked dead. You know i. I did say. Jared tweet that i saw this week from rick ricky. Survey i responded. Yeah you did a did respond and it was. It was the perfect. Would ricky treve say boomer. I'll find it down there. And i thought this would be on your headstone. Basically a world. We'll all be dead and forgotten one day so nothing really matters. Yeah that should be on your headstone that you'll be on my headstone. But i think that that's right. Yeah that is his. Mo jerry's thesis statement every day not metzer in cincinnati tonight. Jared i cough vladimir gutierrez. Who one day. We'll be dead and gone to nobile ever remember getting phillies. Did beat the marlins seven to four in washington over the weekend. They had the shots fired outside the stadium saturday night. Their game with the padres suspended. They finished it sunday They wound up San diego won that game ten four and then the nationals came back with an eight seven win here. Was david martinez his message to the team as they came back to play just hours after what had happened saturday evening. Obviously but we gotta move on now. Like i said it's it's not just here it's everywhere So we got to focus on playing baseball day. Jase tingler the padres manager impressed. How things were handled in dc quickly. We had security officers in blue and they were there and they were there protecting. They were running towards gunshots and no one died. There were three people wounded though and so they did finish things out as we said yesterday so very bizarre weekend in washington for sure also bizarre fuel into the radio station sometimes. Have you ever listen to the fan on the weekends. Yes i told you. The last time i did was last weekend and richard near introduced guy by his real name and then his fake name and then his real name again. That's right rindge worthy so yes. There are times that i bought being on the weekends. Check things out. You know this guy was this weekend. I was driving and i was listening to a A cat call. Kim jones was going to it was a rabbit call well cat and rabbit no squirrel and rabbit squirrel. And what it this was. I heard it to driving around this was kathleen in maryland. I just figure you'll taste of what goes on on the fan on the weekend. Okay kathy. I'm sorry from maryland. Was telling the story of her bunny dying and then what she did next after the bunny died by christie ricci and we drove around all day with my father. You you drove around with dead bond all day. Yeah how did the bunny die. This kind of took him by surprise he had breast cancer. What rally breast cancer the rabbit get that a lot. The bunny had breast cancer. La oh such such life time to mourn. I the first person in the history of the hospital. I worked in to get a bereavement for their pets. Tollways bizarre said she didn't like the sendoff and so she would like a redo. If you will marry her. Yeah i did now. I'm trying to get bad. I'm trying to listen to disinter. Because i want to have everyone together with me. Wait hold on what she wants. Zoom yes the body of her dead pet rabbit and rebury it because she wants to cremate. What's left cremate. what's lack of. She's got the cremated remains of her other. Seven dead bunnies now. Wow in the house and she wants them to be together. Okay in one earn. And i didn't say that okay so it was a weird phone call. Yeah those are a couple might have been gop. I don't think it was. It was a it was ten minutes ten minutes. The coal start this asks. Oh she called kim last week telling a story about gary carter. Souza's like a switch start as a normal sport. Sports call so she called back in and she said before it gets on my point. Should i have to tell you. There was a squirrel that got in my house. Years ago and kim was focused. There's the squirrel thing has come up on kim show for whatever reason a few times okay so she had the squirrel story about the. Scroll getting into the house. And then that's how it started. And then it was. She was sitting there with her bunny. And then commence how the bunny was doing. Well the bunnies debt and then wa the bunny die. I'll then we got here. And that's that's where we went. It was a nine minute phone call. That was fascinating and auto at the same online. I could feel you could hear through the radio. You could tell that she. Kim was just like what is but she was too polite to let her go. Yeah yeah who was producing the show. I i don't know big zoo. I think i know he knew about it. I think it was. He was on the board. Okay i'm pretty. Who is paying attention. Now he has no idea no cooler sites and everything. He was paying attention. Because when i asked him about it he knew exactly when it was so he definitely was paying attention for sure other hosts that have worked here. They got that phone. Call how they would handle it. Bonnie's have breasts bunny hot. You want all your ponies The answers in one. That's what you're going to do. You can zoom okay. Why the rabbit. That's weird it's just weird. Go help. it'll lady cross the street or something all right jeeze. Burning you bunnies as what is funny. Go to sloan kettering. Get treated once now. You didn't sewing you've all right you're Okay so you're driving around. Let me can. I let me see if you're driving around with a dead rabbit in your car. You gone a day off To mourn your dead ramat you buried in regretting burying it and now you want to exhume it and burn it. The point answers with your other dead rabbits with the one. Seven one eight nine three sixty six six thinks that's about how it might have gone yes engulfed colin. More cala won the british. Open two shots better than jordan speed than you got the nhl expansion draft coming up wednesday for the seattle crack in Some of the big names around the league that went unprotected. Who we got vladimir tarasenko carey price. Lucia ben bishop and also for the islanders josh bailey and jordan eberle left unprotected matt martin protected so as calc lauterbach you know that would have been a call gone right through if eddie was screening. The phone calls. When i was out for the full year. Shore is a whole done. Would second nece done for the boys. God you're right. there is no. I think i'll put through because she's on court. That's right up his alley without a doubt. She sounds like a sweet lady. Oh i'm sure it's just little bit. She had the previous seven rabbits ashes. Why would she ever consider burying that one. I'm not see. I got lost in the nine minutes. I don't know of that was the latest one or the previous one or somewhere in the middle. I'm not sure that she named the rabbits after people in her life except for bond. Don't now. I can't tell me how many times i've gone into a A room she might money lying on. Its thought i dead. Thank god that one out. I heard that that was a bit much. Kim is laughing. she's laughing. she's laughing and also in the talkback. Saying what the hell is this. Yes i think there was a call. Where ed coleman was hosting had coleman of course doesn't has no time for nonsense so somebody called up and said that someone in their life had had passed away and the cat was having a tough time. Because you can't tell the cat you've got a new daddy. This is what the person says. And ed coma go all right. I gotta go back happy endings. Okay very good thanks jerry. You have more of that. You're going to play throughout the show. Was those very whatever you wanna call. That's enough all right. Got a. it's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo. I'm stuck between a rock and hard place here. i really am and the end. So that call. Kim jones we just played some ad with the cremated rabbit and everything and it reminds me of this unbelievably funny phone call. That happened a few years ago. That has never been replayed during an overnight show. It was years ago. The host of that show still works here and the host of that show does not want me to play this back. His asked several times. Please don't and i've honored that request. I said sure for you all do it but as we were talking about it in the break and we're playing it and laughing all of us are saying we got place. We have to play this. It's so funny. It's so perfect. It fits with what we were just talking about with kim jones. Yeah i just want to say. I haven't heard what you guys are talking about but i could hear you laughing getting coffee made and i could hear you guys laughing in the studio. They're so it's that funny is tier eight so awkward so to play it then but this may end the friendship of me in this person. What do you care. Well come on. What do i care. You know what. I cared power chair. You're making a call here man. Oh man so. Let me ask you guys. Do you think it makes the host look really bad. No it's it's such a weird call. Yeah and when you when things are so awkward. sometimes you don't know what to do other than laugh in this situation just became so ridiculous. Yeah and like russell like me. Sometimes behind the scenes make things worse with comments in the ear. And let's do it. Let's just screw it. Okay all right here we go. Oh moose's calling in hang on really know. He's trying to stop stain execute. Wow this is like the call from the governor moose for the love of god. Let us play this. Please wait a second laws that we're going to that call which has been played with basically earning a kosta was playing it at ceelo's wedding at the bar for my wife and everybody is. Everyone was laughing. No i get it i get. Everyone loves that call from about seven or eight years ago. I get it understand. God you wanna play. I hang on to put you on hold and then we'll get your reaction afterwards. You could defend yourself. You feel like you need to all right. So seventy years ago may dean from. I'm not sure where. But nadine calls up and something. Tragic happened in her life and she tries to explain it to most but it doesn't go as planned native. What was your mother's name maryland maryland. I'm sure all we our thoughts and prayers. Go out to you nadine. All right here. They're going to be cremated along if i was. I mean nate last two years ago but must be incriminated today and going to be throwing the answers out into the ocean hanging. Nellie russell just said something in my phone's i said hanging in there hanging there but they'll be they'll be together in the water you know nadine i'm sorry for you're not that russell just said something my ear that is totally out of Add a line so you just was cracking a joke on the redskins so i apologize are navy and hang in there all right be well to forty one in the am russell. I'm gonna kill you. I really with absolute media right so clearly. Speaking of the fact that russell said he thinks russell didn't say anything mussa just crack it up on the phone call so moves. There was on the air for the first time in about eight years. And you feel about it. yeah. I mean it wasn't. It wasn't a more coney moment. I'll tell you that was I understand why it was embarrassing. I listen. They used to call all the time every saturday night or every overnight that i did used to call the time and you know god bless her soul sometimes she'd have some kind of wacky calls or wacky takes on certain things going on and I know only forty one. I think was probably on midnight that night. So we're almost three hours into the shift in you know when when she said she was going to put her mother's ashes into the ocean into the water or cremated. I kind of lost. I think it was honestly a tough call was it was. It was a tough go. So what made you want to throw russell into this and blame him for the laughing. Where else to go it was. It was a bs thing by me russell. In seining russell was basically crying on the other side laughing so hard but he did not say anything into my ear. I did that nowhere else to go onto. The redskins solicit silence on the air. So i just basically threw russell under the bus and and he understood that. That was a bad job by but yes. That's the reason why. Because i didn't you heard the dead air after i couldn't saying and they basically had the airwaves to south from i seventy to closed yourself with all the dead air and you still couldn't be was still angry nadine. I'm sorry sorry sorry my wife. My wife has that call saved on her phone because ernie acosta emails were so every now. And then i hear that call time and time again angios right about four years ago. He came up to me. I was doing the show at taza on. Cbs sports radio. And he's like moose. Listen i got this call. It's just gold. I gotta play on the air. Go please for love of god i. I've heard that call over and over and over. It's not a great moment is an awful moment. it's terrible please do not play that on. The air priceless came back from break. Because i heard this stuff with kim and and the and the squirrel the rabbit and breast cancer and everything call woman from maryland over the weekend And then when geo comes back from break like i knew it was one call one call alone so i called him to al. It was because the dean and abroad nydia in the bronx nineteen in the bronx. Well listen it is so funny. We're all it's one of those. Things are all just crying laughing and i know it's a sad thing obviously but just the way know her. Mom pass away. Isn't the funny part. The funny part is how it was handled on live radio. Which is just a spectacular. You've got nothing to worry about. I mean come on all of us would have been laughing in that same spot here in the same. It's more pharisee. that's terrible job. I mean i couldn't. I come across as it does the back of my next band. I know where this is already. It's not it's one of the great moments w have a history with the silence of they're going to be together in the water you know and then hello. You know what's going. What's a man to russell. Just said something about the defense defense guys working this week or what. Yeah yeah of course battle and traffic right now be there. We'll be there. Ten o'clock just never knows working in the summer. I don't know. I don't know who's on off. I don't know what's happening. Yes we're there we're there there are very good. Moose will be listening to boomer. Gop good support. Thank god well hanging which matter russell just said something in my phone i said hanging in there hanging there eighteen. Yes but they'll be they'll be together in the water you know hello. I'm sorry what's a man. All right boomer. And geo on the fan and cbs sports network. Vote party will be altogether in the water as honored eighteen the bronx. Hi i'm jason. Concepcion sports writer cultural critic and host of crooked. 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North Korea Says It Will Stop Trying To Overthrow South Korea. Why now?

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:58 min | 4 months ago

North Korea Says It Will Stop Trying To Overthrow South Korea. Why now?

"People who closely watched north korea are studying the clues that emerged from that secretive regime and they see a very subtle change in a document released by the government at least on paper. It seems north korea's leaders have altered their stance about bringing communist revolution to south korea. Npr's anthony kuhn reports from seoul. Orchestra played a communist anthem. Has ruling workers. Party leaders held congress income young in january. They revised the party's internal rules which function a bit like a national constitution but the documents were not published in south korea until this month perhaps the most striking change the new rule book drops language about supporting communist revolution to liberate south korea. But it keeps the goal of unifying the korean peninsula under the north's communist rule home in with the korea institute for national unification a government think-tank in seoul says this is more about changing language than policy cussons et despite the softer language. He says unification is still one of the workers. Party's most important projects. Giving up isn't an easy choice. For the north korean government as much of its domestic propaganda is linked to unification to counter that threat. South korea has had a national security law in place since nineteen forty eight that outlaws any pro-communist speech or action professor e songsook of the institute of foreign affairs national security. A government think-tank in seoul says that now that the north has dropped its language about inciting revolution in the south kenny. I'm just a new think. You could argue. For an even more limited application of the national security law in south korea both pyongyang and seoul speak of korea is a divided country that must be reunited but the to increasingly look and act like two separate nations e. sung-sook says that kim jong un is simply admitting that reality does came in it. Signifies a change in north korea's unification strategy at least under kim jones role to deprioritize establishment of a unified nation. State the new rulebook keep some original language about ending. Us political and military influence over south korea. That does not mean. North korea has walked away from the negotiating table for good the. Us still holds the keys to lifting sanctions and to the north economic development. East hong suk says that even though some diplomacy with the us broke down on young still. It is a big achievement marino. Though north korea could not achieve early results from nuclear negotiations in summits with the us the fact that they held the summit itself was praised before domestic audience as proof that north korea can go head to head with the us points to the state media documentary with behind the scenes footage of kim an president donald trump's two thousand nineteen in vietnam and introduces audiences to some american names. That are less well known. In north korea and mike pompeo last week came young until the workers party central committee meeting that the country should be ready for either dialogue or confrontation with the us. The biden administration has indicated that it hopes for dialogue and has offered talks without preconditions media. Ran statement by kim sister. Kim yo jong saying that. The us is misreading. Pyongyang message in his bound to be disappointed. Anthony kuhn npr news soul. This message comes from npr sponsor. Ford the all electric mustang machi and a stock car race around a track. The stock car veers off toward a mobile pit crew harnessed to removing flatbed truck. Visit for dot com to see a heart racing. Mustang mach e receive an over the air update.

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The Freedom Show_Part 1

The World and Everything In It

40:13 min | Last month

The Freedom Show_Part 1

"The new deadly crackdown by kim jong executed in public reporting Pyongyang is carrying out a purge. What says north korea is still cheating sanctions and in the most brutal ruthless and dangerous dictatorship in the world has girl band. This is the merinbloom band twenty members. You'd expect north korean music groups to be mainly military bands performing odes to the kim regime. Soundtracks for military parades and propaganda films. These women do some of that but they also play electric guitars and synthesizers along with violins and cellos. 's have perky hairstyles sparkly. Dresses and dense moves. That are not too provocative if a baptist college cabaret would look a lot like this youtube video. A tune called let steady the chorus goes for. Those screen is a little rusty. Let's steady let study. Let's study for the benefit of our country and goes downhill from there. Kim jong personally selected these women after taking power in twenty eleven. The kim regime has for decades center officials throughout the countryside. Picking out the most beautiful girls they serve on music. Condense groups and so-called pleasure teams. This band is different. The group's leader since its founding. A woman named john wall is rumored to be kim jones longtime mistress. He reportedly gave two thumbs up. At the band's twenty twelve debut set list included regime favorites but also the theme from rocky an unlicensed medley of disney show tunes mickey mouse who tigger and other characters showed up and danced around the stage. Magic is apparently quite popular in the hermit kingdom. So why does kim jong. You need a girl band. Usual explanation is this is just propaganda under a veneer of kepa and it is clearly kim jong un is trying to soften his image abroad. Maybe he just likes movie tunes but there seems to be a bit more to it than that. In a real sense kim jong woon started miranda long banned because he was worried about radio shows like this yagi she kinda and you'll have a tiny bit called free. North korea. radio has been broadcasting into north korea via shortwave. it's produced by north korean defectors. Who now live in south korea. This is a show from twenty nineteen. Kim jong is one of the factors your. She's reviewing a south korean sushi. Roll called kimba. She explained that recently took a trip by train. She didn't need an official pass to travel in south korea. You can go real like. She had a few minutes before the train left so she went into a convenience store and bought this kim bap for about a buck. It came in triangular packaging and was hard to enwrap. Sh actually rice into hot sauce on her skirt. She was so embarrassed. She wasn't sure if she was eating rice or eating embarrassment. That's the saying in career. But then she said that she's a brave woman. She crossed mountains and a river to escape. North korea so she looked up to eat the kim batten or smartphone. And bought another spacey. Beef us Free north korea radio has been producing. Shows like this and many other kinds of shows since about two thousand five. I'm cillers today on this special edition of the world and everything in it for what to take a closer look at free north korea radio. It was founded by christians. And it's been a key player in the battle for the hearts and minds of twenty five million north koreans. the stakes could hardly be higher. North korea has nuclear missiles chinese backing and an unstable despot as leader for seventy years. The kim regime has survived because it blocks information from the outside world. Now that information blockade is crumbling so settle in for a story about power information love freedom the risk of global conflict and the grace of god. A lot more story here. We'll start this story on july eighth. Nineteen ninety-four this is from the bbc afternoon. North korea's president. Kim millstone has died of a heart attack at the age of eighty-two kim-il-sung was the last stalinist the last holdout in the grizzly club of communist dictators put into power by stalin at the end of the second world war at the end of era kim-il-sung had ruled north korea since nineteen forty eight in nineteen fifty. He had invaded south korea. Starting the three or korean war that pitted north korea and china against south korea ended un allies including the us it ended in a stalemate namely the demilitarized zone along the thirty eight th parallel at long last the misery and the bloodshed. The water in cardiac has been haughty. Hope indeed that it's been ended kim-il-sung built personality around himself and then his son and successor kim jong il when kim-il-sung died in nineteen ninety four. It was the second of three major events that plunged north korea into a devastating famine. The i was the collapse of the soviet empire beginning in nineteen eighty nine north korea dependent on communist aid and the aid dried up. Then kim-il-sung died in nineteen ninety four and then in the four years. After kim il sung's death series of floods and droughts shattered the country between one and three million people starved to death. north korean. still refer to it as the arduous march at the time. Nobody in the west knew how bad it really was then. A handful of starving refugees began leaking over the border. They told if people eating bark and grass and much worse but nineteen ninety-six. I set out to try to host defectors from north korea because that was among is is the worst human tragedy in the world. this is suzanne scholte. She was the first to bring north korean defectors to the us so they could tell their stories in the mid nineteen ninety. She was living in the suburbs near washington dc. She'd grown up in richmond. Virginia where her father had a mail order business selling masonic books and materials. But i never went into the business. Because i have some things about masonry not comfortable with but that's another story but her mom's interest in politics was a huge influence. She was always asking the question. Really done for your country lately. Kind of like john. F. kennedy solti grew up around conservative politics in the nineteen sixties and seventies very anti-establishment pro markets anticommunist. I was going door to door for richard nixon. When i was ten years old so i had the door shut on my face when i was ten so and now. I'm a deplorable. She was the youngest. Ever chief of staff for texas congressman mcsweeney in the late nineteen eighties. Then the first of her three sons arrived so she quit. The day i went into labor was my last day as chief of staff shortly joined the defense forum foundation which her husband had shed with gore had started. Its approach is peace through strength. Then she became president of the foundation. United thought every single country. That's a threat. To peace without exception is abusing and terrorizing their own people. So i thought well defense vanishes shouldn't just worry about our own set national security if we really care we should be promoting freedom democracy and standing up for those people that live under tyranny so in the early nineteen nineties. She was bringing in defectors from places like the soviet union china and cuba. They would speak publicly. Draw attention to human rights abuses and then she heard about the north korean defectors and they're terrible stories of life under the kim regime took year but in nineteen ninety-seven. She finally convinced the south korean government to let her bring a couple of north korean defectors to the us army journal and a high ranking diplomat. Cheers colonel choi. Joo wall at a senate. Hearing describing north korea's missile program. Kind of i believe. All kinds of missiles that they're developing and producing will be used to live for delivery of such a biochemical weapons and also mayor weapons of mass destruction such as nuclear warheads in other hearings the colonel described among other abuses. How the north korean army confiscated vast amounts of the international aid for the elites to use the kernel that we hosted back in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. He said that the aid trucks will go into a town and deliver the food and they would collect. Here's your bag of rice. This is for the family and they get the receipt the leafy only received that and then the aid workers relieve and then the army trucks will show up and take everything back. I mean even to the point that if you had gone into a school and you handed a child a cookie the child would hold the cookie and not consume it. Because they knew they were going to come in there and they were gonna take that he was shocked and the factors begged her not to move onto the next tragedy. They were like suzanne. Please please focus on north korea because people don't understand north korea. They don't know about the political prisoner camps. They don't know about what's going on internally. Please don't just go onto the next country so the next year in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. She hosted five survivors of north korean political prison camps in nineteen ninety nine. She helped convince the senate judiciary committee to hold the first congressional hearing on the camps more followed. It was hard at first but nobody believed the stories. They were so incredulous about the horrible things that are happening this camps. It was just beyond people's understanding lease soon oak for example described at a two thousand two hearing spending five years at a forced labor camp in the early nineteen ninety s. She was there. On trumped-up embezzlement charges had a negative. So this lead describing some of her experience for reporters twenty-fifty knuckle tactical protesters according to her two thousand and two congressional testimony. Lee suffered starvation severe beatings and waterboarding. She was dosed in water and forced to kneel on the ground freezing weather she saw meghan infested wounds people eating rats raw guards murdering inmates for fun and prisoners babies strangled after botched abortions. What did you think the first time you've heard the stories camp. Well i think the the arbitrary reason why someone would end up being sent to a camp everybody. There was innocent. They may have been sent there because they didn't properly bow before. The statue of of kim cumulus on They they they let too much. Dust accumulate on the pictures in the the mandatory pictures in their home of kim jong il. I mean just horrible reasons why these people are in the camps. The fact that whole families were incarcerated because the policy was that if one person stepped out of line and a whole family you locked up the entire family can then to find out what happens. In these camps the starvation the forced labor the experiments on prisoners of chemical biological weapons. That was being done honestly. I couldn't sleep at night. It was just so horrible. And i i actually cried out to god. This is really something that you want for me to be involved in. Because i can't sleep at night off. Same bolden cuisine. Three three ago doctors. Newport this is a commercial for a north. Korean car is called. The whistle built at the he one. Yeah or peace automobile factory in nearly two thousand. It looks like a base model twitter. Sell the commercial shows the car tooling around the countryside. The voice says at one point quote. Anyone who grabs the wheel and drives. The car will be refreshed. This is because the factory quote received special guidance in deep attention from the dear leader. Kim jong il until twenty years ago. The whistle was way beyond north korea. The regime doesn't report its production numbers but even today. According to news reports a handful of north korean factories put maybe fifty thousand cars trucks and buses per year on the other hand beginning in the nineteen eighties. South korea's auto industry was exploding holiday dealers setting sales records all year. And now he's out to set new radhia hyundai hundreds of thousands of cars per year seven excel models under seven thousand dollars. Plus of course. The rise of the socio trucks industry samsung phil g in the nineteen nineties. The south korean government pointed this out in propaganda leaflets. It was dropping nightly all over north korea. It was hardly a new strategy. Propaganda had been a major part of modern warfare since the first world war as a weapon of psychological warfare. Leaflet is invaluable. This is from a nineteen fifty. Tv show called the big picture produced by the us army. The told how u n forces in the korean war blanketed north korea with propaganda leaflets and messages via loudspeakers. With all the lebron's aboard the plane takes off. It is one of several brains being you in korea for this purpose so when a young north korean officer picked up the leaflets about south korean car production in the nineteen ninety s. He knew what they were. He just didn't believe them at first. Wasn't i thought to myself. It is impossible. The first voice you heard was kim song men. I spoke to him last fall. Kim sung min would go on to become the founder of free north korea. Radio the translator is luke. Kim no relation. Just pause here to note that kim is a very common korean family. Name happened to be a lot of people named kim. In this story i used. They're given and family names to help. Keep them straight but just to clarify. The kim regime includes kim-il-sung founder of north korea. The great leader. Next is kim jong il his son and successor. The dear leader his son and current north korean dictator. Kim jong he has lots of titles. The woman who reviewed the roles as kim gm and my translator. Who you'll hear more from later. Is luke him. The co founder of free north korea. Radio is kim's on men. We started this story. With suzanne scholte in the mid nineteen ninety s. Now we're going back to the early nineteen nineties with kim jong min. He's looking at leaflets. The south korean government was dropping all over the north. He would come out of his ten in the morning and find the leaflets scattered all over the ground. Conventional wisdom held that propaganda leaflets. Were extremely effective. Giannis i'm korean. Soldiers are especially impressed by realistic drawings and photographs but these leaflets annoyed him at the time he thought that the south couldn't possibly produced so many cars to myself is impossible. The regime taught at the south was a backward poverty-stricken place that the south grovel under the heel of capitalist american dogs that the south hated the north passionately. One of them all dead. And the americans wanted to nuke north korea's successful communist society into oblivion another leaflet showed kim-il-sung and kim jong il and worn out clothes to the international community for a little upset thinking. How dare they do this. Tourist pre leader. Kim jong also saw leaflets claiming something he found quite disturbing don't jungle doesn't have to soak aunt at to pedigree to explain this mount to pedigree. We need a short historical detour. Kimmel's songs original claim to power. Was that as a communist guerrilla in the nineteen forties. He drove out the japanese army. Who should korea since nineteen ten. That's not exactly true. He was born. Kim sung joo and raised in china. He was a communist guerrilla when the soviets took him under their wing and installed him as leader. He took the name of a famous korean general camille song the regime attributed to him god like powers of wisdom and skill that car commercials mention of kim jong il giving special guidance at the factory fits a thing the kim's would drop by some farmer factory and glance around then they provide supposedly supernatural quote on the spot guidance that the workers were supposed to implement the civic religion slash political ideology that propagates. These ideas is called juche. Juche still dominates north korean society in a way that's hard for westerners to grasp juche usually translated as self reliance north koreans. Don't think of it as a religion. Religion is forbidden. But at the risk of over-simplification you could call it a mash up of marxism maoism confucianism and korean. Leader worship all laced with ultra nationalism. So back to mount and surprisingly the merinbloom band has a song titled could be translated back to mount -pective anyway. Mount pack to is a majestic snow covered volcano in the country's northern region. It's supposedly the sacred birthplace of the korean people and it's deeply symbolic to north hitan. The regime produced a film in twenty nineteen showing current leader. Kim jong on a snow covered slope of mount peck to he's bravely peering into the darkness and blowing snow now. He's galloping past the camera on a white horse every close cropped hair firmly in place. Juche teaches that. Kim jong il the dear leader was born in a log cabin under a double rainbow at mount. Pick too but the leaflet. Kim song men was looking at said accurately that kim jong il was born in a military camp in eastern russia. His father sung retreated there with his wife during the fight against the japanese took to we are. I saw the lead flights. The first thought that came to my mind was that it is from the enemies. Second thought was can this be real third dot was. That could be real. Kim sung men had never before seriously questioned the regime. He was born in nineteen sixty two and grew up in pyongyang in a privileged household. His mother was a well known journalist his father a famous north korean lyric poet kim jong men wanted to be a writer but he spent the mandatory ten years after high school in the army he was posted to and artillery unit the six hundred and twentieth camp then he went to college hoping to carry on his father's literary work instead after college she returned to the six hundred and twentieth camp as a propaganda writer rank of captain and in late nineteen ninety-six things came to a head there were the flyers he also was hearing radio broadcasts from outside he believed his parents already dead also he heard from a friend that he was about to be arrested he had written letters to an uncle in south korea smuggled oh through china and the north korean security forces found out about the letters also accused him off. The main reason for my defection was there was an incident with some civilians had stolen some made in japan trombone saxophone among other instruments from nearby school they were caught. Louis non-executive motha after the regime found within my unit. I was accused of being natual. Seem blinds snitched. But it was time to go. So he defected. He slipped over the northern border into china by wading through the tumen river. He held a bag of books over his head and hoped not to get shot. He found his way to the chinese seaport of dalian northwest of korea but chinese authorities soon picked him up then as now chinese security forces repatriate. Anyone they catch from north korea. He described what happened next. For the george w bush institute is home to mama to jan heavily interrogated for forty days in delhi and they sent me to a border town. Cold tae-won googled his where. I was hell for a days as well as being interior. She tried not to admit he was a soldier. But the north korean guards beat them to a bloody pulp broke. Both his little fingers are no worse. They can describe the pain. So in the end i told them my real news and that i was still writer for the six twenty then they semi back. Well they tried. They put him on a trained appealing yang. Handcuffed with a couple of guards. He was headed to his own execution and he knew it. The trane often broke down so it took three days until they were approaching pyongyang by then he had a plan. Kim sung min asked to use the bathroom or jingle terrible. Normally if you do that of guardrail hold onto your belt. While you're taking care of your business. Nobody had cleaned bathrooms for three days. They were filthy. The guard declined to go inside so at this guard was just standing outside watching. Also his arms were so swollen from the beatings guards. Couldn't titans handcuffs. When the guard was distracted he slipped out of one. Coffin kicked out the bathrooms wooden window. Friend the train was going. Maybe fifty five miles. An hour fields rolled by she. Did it was going to die. Either way you're jumping off underwriting. Train would being executed for treason jumped and he survived a should. We'll farmers had cultivating the spots. Where lended to grow sesame seeds nice and saw there was april thirtieth nineteen ninety-seven took him three days to get the cuffs office. Other hand. nine days walked back to the border area. Fifty more days to sneak back into china. He later told the south china morning. Post it when he finally got back into china quote. I found twenty eight six beneath my skin hadn't even noticed it was then that i broke down crying. Worked as a laborer. For a few years in a brick factory in yanji he also met some missionaries and became a christian but it was a difficult life in the shadows. Dodging both chinese and north korean security forces. Finally same uncle he'd written to before came to china and arranged for counterfeit papers that got him through chinese security and onto an airplane. He arrived in seoul in february. Nineteen ninety nine wants. The north wind am san. were arguing about. Who is the stronger. This is the national film board of canada's retailing one of the most famous fables the north wind and the sun had a contest to see who could get a man to remove his coat he might north wing could not feel the co but the sun shone warmly on the man who soon shed his coat. The moral is back and forth starting in late. Nineteen ninety eight. South korea took a new approach to relations with north korea. Here's president kim. Too young at a press conference in nineteen ninety. Nine you in miami wishy kind of. Oh i'm that this associated press clip. He's saying we must work with north korea so that it will not start another war and guided so that it will cooperate with us. This approach engagement with more carrot than stick became known as the sunshine policy and part of that policy was to give up the propaganda war. No more leaflets broadcasts for either side fast forward. A few years to two thousand four. Kim sung men and suzanne scholte were in seoul at a gathering of north korean defectors and information activists said man because he had a real passion He wanted to be a poet. he didn't want to get involved human rights work. I mean he would love to be off running poetry but he cared so much about the people in north korea. They had met a few years before. Proponents of the sunshine policy saw a pragmatic compromise. Maybe a sort of folk wisdom but solti kim jong min saw it his betrayal. The south korean government was abandoning the north korean people to the lies of a despotic regime. Worse it was complicit in the lies ya the reason why we started. This broadcasting was because the south korean government colluded with kim jong il gene so that they would start metropcs at the time shoulder wasn't exactly popular with the government in seoul. She had been banging. On and on about north korea's human rights abuses making speeches holding events writing op-eds published in seoul washington that upset the kim regime in north korea and that undermined the south korean sunshine policy. Solti jokes when i went to south of the first time in nineteen ninety nine. They treated me like a diplomat. They actually sent a car to pick me up at the airport. I got whisked through security but over the years she kept added about north korea's human rights abuses. When i went back there during the sunshine years they sent a car. Follow me not to pick me up. But two thousand and four. They were determined to do something. Kim song men was a great writer a propagandist. He knew how the other side worked and he knew many people still inside the regime. Solti had lots of contacts in washington and she was quickly becoming one of the most prominent north korea activists in the world so solti and kim song then decided to start a radio station. Let's his free. North korea. Radio kim song voice couple of staffers thirty minutes. The first internet broadcast on april twenty. Second two thousand. Four kim song men ran the show. Solti became honorary chairmen. They knew only. The elite have access to the internet to be able to hear those first programs but they kept going the next year in two thousand five. The made the transition to shortwave. The first broadcast was from a transmitter. In a country solti declines to name the startup. pure was tough pro. North korea groups used to protest outside their soul offices. Ed move six times in the first few years because of death threats from the north south korean government provided bodyguards for kim sung min but they kept going and he had have been working together. Put free north korea radio ever since free. north korea. radio is one of a half dozen radio. Organizations that broadcast via shortwave into north korea the largest include voice of america and radio free asia. Other groups send information into north korea on usb drives and memory chips they tie them to balloons and floats him onto north korean shores and plastic. Bottles this is a video. From voice of the martyrs korea had a balloon launch in two thousand fourteen as it goes air pressure decreases hydrogen becomes To have enough capacity to cruelty says that surveys testimony from defectors suggested free. North korea radio programs are among the most popular and most effective north koreans and might dismiss voice of america for example capitalist propaganda but free north korea. Radios people have north korean accents and free north korea. Radio has a record of delivering scoops that others discount until they're confirmed for example in two thousand thirteen. I reported that kim jong eun purged his own uncle a few days after free. North korea radio broadcast this story. Airing rang news reported. This as korea has confirmed the ousting of tongues on tech uncle of north korean leader. Kim jong un who was once considered the second most powerful person within the regime. It was part of the biggest purging. Decades guards dragged motive communist party meeting in perp locked in for the cameras. It's state run. Korean central television released pictures this afternoon of kim jong ankle tongues. Hong tag being arrested. Now these are the pictures executed them. That story as kim sung. Put it modestly sleman junkets. Neil received a lot of tation in two thousand fourteen. Kim jong un had bowed out of an appearance at a party convention. They weren't numerous speculations. Regarding kim jong health condition after free. North korea radio reported that he'd had ankle surgery. He showed up at the convention on crutches. More recently in two thousand nineteen free north korea radio obtained about nine thousand pages of documents containing personal data on the population of pyongyang names addresses identification numbers and i think it is safe to say that. We're better getting information. Out of north korea as south korea national intelligence service as a result free north korea radio has had an outsized influence. Despite miniscule resources kim sung men's wide network of sources inside north korea some very highly placed smuggled important news in a variety of ways. They use south korean apps on cellphones. Memory chips hidden in nasal passages phone calls. They report on everything from purchase to floods to human rights abuses to the price of bread in pyongyang. It's news that the kim regime would tell us on people but they can hear it on. Fm ktar kim jong woon or kim young kim jong the dictator. Yeah this is luke. Kim kin and kim chong abuses student at patrick henry college. Like just kim tone. My name kim. Young ho is a young ho. But it's really kim young Short and subtle. He was born in south. Korea moved to the us at age. Thirteen kim jong kim jong dairy gal perfect. Luke translated the piece about korean roles from earlier in the show. So i asked him to sit down with me and translate some of fm other shows how boondi commit them that. This is a review of a popular brand of spicy noodles. The show was called roughly cool taste. Cool world kim jong the reviewer pulled how she went to her ankles place for the weekend there was plenty of food but they went to the market and bought even more food. They came home and cook. The noodles then added cheese and eggs on top. Who's delicious resumes. Besides she literally said this is south korea. Plenty of food ground at thing. Dish will be very shocking undeliverable in another show too escapees recalled being in a political prison camp together. This one is about their experience in the concentration camp is on his own. They decide to sneak past. Two guards defenses into the forest to find some right melons. They're fearful because they have seen people getting beat to death and the punishment is unpredictable. There wait until the guards go to the bathroom and find the melons. They had to eat everything including the melon. Rhines cover what they did because they got caught they could die. Guy was seeing. You know. i'll be okay getting beaten to death if i can it. Another mellon tomorrow was just finishing off on his co. part this guy says the most difficult thing in concentration camp was seen countless lives starving to death of be beaten to death and he was saying you know i pray for the souls. The show also broadcast interviews with western officials. Korea this is suzanne scholte. Honoree cheer a free north korea. Radio and i am very pleased to host our newest program free north korea. Radio brings you the world. We're this was an interview. With lord david alton british peer and human rights activists for broadcast it was of course translated into korean. Did the people of the united kingdom live under a one family rule. You mentioned something about parliament. But who's in charge of the people of the united kingdom but we have a head of state. It's steve mcqueen. The he explained that the queen is the ceremonial head of state but britain is ruled by parliament of elected. Legislators the courts ensure that everybody even the is accountable to the rule of law and lord. Alton story got personal. He described the meeting north korean refugees and some of his human rights work. Well so i love the ideology cred. I love it's fifth of creative gulags that executes and jimmy zone citizen but how can you do other than love the people of north korea and indeed it south korea. There's some of the most wonderful people i've ever met. What would you like to tell the people of north korea. I would like to say to people north crib. Keep hope. And i think that the people of north korea should never despair they. They will be changed one day. That's my prayer for the people of north korea that we will. We liked the all jericho. But we'll see the walls full and we'll see real freedom for the people that sometimes for north korea radio plays the regime's propaganda songs with the words. Here's the regime's version. Begin translator moot. Kim so he says when someone asked what is life will answer when i look back at the last minute. That's the refrain if someone asks. What is life at the end of life. You look back in. Life seems so short but it's unforgettable even as time passes it's a moment dedicated to the motherland and here's the revised version written by christians. Need someone asks. Swells answer will walk the path of honoring christ who gave us love and grace free. North korea radio has also broadcast recordings of underground church services. True main river was crying guide for his people. Why should they suffer like this. There's no freedom why our family members are brothers and sisters. Why do they go to prison in die without anyone knowing so she's just crying out. God is home. Mom ism contributing to guide rescues some. Don't use lost his sons. here's tire. You will demand is great despair as i has proved over his body. Living staying alive is more painful than death at this time just as the league was. He made some grave remarks against the government. Which is really really dangerous. Talked about the public execution and he's again saying what other countries like india into world is like this angry. You watch something you. The government doesn't want you to get publicly executed. So he's asking god to reply. Just get rid of the dictator. When i first heard about free. North korea radio. I thought what a great story. It's got these interesting. People will get great audio of these. North korea broadcasts and the stakes are huge. I mean life and death. This story has everything i thought. Then i heard luke's translation of those two north korean believers and realized i've got a story they've gotta dictate every single day. We hear on the news about people who are suffering every single day war famine persecution disease to keep from being overwhelmed. We have to remind ourselves that the suffering is pretty far away other countries other cultures. Other people's families. How's it feel when you listen to that and people in your own home culture It's really sad and just divorce hopeless Just that a reminder that they are people breathing leaving in north korea and the whole world. The world is a lot more focused on the dictator. The nuclear weapons but human rights Newstalk issues need to be taken seriously. We can't care about everybody in the world the same way that we care for those closest to us but we're not helpless and western countries can have a big role in freeing the north korean. People will explore how that might happen on the next special edition of the world and everything in it last night. The government of north korea proclaimed to the world that it had conducted a nuclear test miscalculation by any of the parties willie could lead to a global conflict. Women of north korea created a capitalist system. their weapon has to be truth sincerely and And seriously affirmed to meridian. Freedom is the freedom to say. 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7/2/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 3 (8am-9am)

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7/2/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 3 (8am-9am)

"We are joined now by christie accurate of the new york. Daily news talk yanks christie. It's kim and jerry. Thanks for a couple of minutes this morning. How are you. I'm good how are you. i'm good. I mean i'm doing better than these two local baseball teams. I can tell you that they're are tough. Watch were you there the other night late into the night Into the morning. Yeah i was there. What is the feeling in. Forget the field and the players. You're watching that thing implode in that last inning. I mean what are you guys talking about in the press box. There's not a lot of talking going on. I think after the first walk everyone was like oh boy Let me rewrite my story. I mean quite frankly you know we had had two hours of rain delays basically. I had written my story pretty much after the first inning You know. I know i take that back. I wrote it after the first rain delay because kind of about domingo's hormone and you know concerns about him going forward but how the offense carried them and then you start to see it happening in slow motion and you're like oh boy Here we go so yeah. There was a lot of talking going on. Everybody was curiously rewriting their stories. I can only imagine the two rain delays is really a kick in the pants. Christie one is an ideal as you. And i both know and you know certainly more recently. The to is something that none of you deserve. Now known in in life deserves to rain delays Yeah it it. Looks like a bad weather pattern. I actually kind of surprised. They started the game But i guess because of weather forecast for yesterday they wanted to get at least one in but Yeah it was just bad all around. I mean a bad. And i left there around two to fifteen it was just. You're you're walking out and it's just like wow that was that was probably the worst loss i've seen in a long time christie if i can because i i thought otani everyone thought otani had such an impact on this series and it was awesome to see him as a viewer at home at yankee stadium. I i didn't love a couple of the home plate umpire calls in that first inning. He was not great and he was wild. And i was surprised. He was As wild as he was. I just thought though that game got hijacked early on and i thought for those of us who like in love and love to watch baseball. It was really a bummer. But almost before it started. Yeah i mean there w- there was certainly some I would say it was not a pitchers Calls going on there but that went on through the night was when there was a three to call on chapman could have ended things before started On the second batter but You know went both ways. It was unfortunate. He was not sure. I mean neither of them were sharp. Early on but Yeah it was disappointing to see him. Get run after two thirds of an inning in terms of you mentioned chapman there and obviously the night about him because of the implosion and i agree with you that i think it was a breaking ball in the three to pitch. That was either just off the plate right on the on the corner and they call it ball foreign. It did change inning sure He has been awful. I'll lately and i know. Aaron boone is tried to defend it but the numbers are what they are. What do you see seeing him. Every night and the difference from where he was the dominant pitcher early to where he's been lately. Yeah i mean. He's one of those guys that supposedly gets an and i've seen this. He gets better as it gets hotter and warmer and it was weird. I mean it was the first really hot game we had. We were in minnesota and he gave up to two run home months. Which i think is the first time in his career. They were to run homer that was the game tying and then to pitches later was the to home with the to run on that one. Yeah and you know his fastball. Man has not been the same sense. And i you know. I know that they say oh. There's some good ones in their different some shaped ones in there that he's gotten through you know he's he's had to pull himself out a few times too. So yeah see. the fastball. command is just. It's not there and you know he searching for it You can see he searching for it. Once he gets it you know he gets out there. I think they were saying yesterday. You know his fastball. Cutting more than it has You know. I asked him point blank after minnesota if he was having trouble gripping the ball because that was right around the time they made the crackdown known that it was going to happen on the he stuff. He denied it The yankees have denied that he's ever used anything But something changed and he was clearly dominant. He'd say he. I think he loved one earned. Run in the first twenty three Appearances and i think a seven or eleven. I can't remember right now. But it's it's it's a dramatic change in the last fourteen. Appearances is over ten. Yeah it is it's it's brutal i mean. And and he's you know he's searching for he's accountable. He comes out and speaks But you know. That's i mean that's a big blow to the yankees if you can't rely on that bullpen that you invested in They've got they've got concerns. Kristie of the daily news with jerry recco kim jones sitting in today christie. Just to kind of stay on that theme. This has been a much to june. Was a much different month for garrett cole as well where i've seen some of the zooms and everything else but you're still very much closer to all of this than i at this point for sure. What have you seen or or even perhaps suspected with coal. I think he's pretty much all but you know admitted that he's had to make changes because of the role so You know we're not gonna say the words out loud but You know he's. He's admitted he's had struggled to grip the ball and That is clearly affected him. He is not as dominant as he was before the crackdown he doesn't have the same command You know he's a very good pitcher. I mean i think he was a very good pitcher. Before we suspected anything was being used He is still very good pitcher. He is definitely working harder at it. I guess to just you know be that. But his command is is oddest as sharp as it was. He doesn't seem to be able to get the same breakdown balls that he did But i mean you know. He's he's been except for a few. I mean his last outing was you know roth But i mean yeah. He's he's definitely had a change in how he is pitching. And there's been a change in this team. They are now forty. One and thirty nine were eighty games in. They find themselves nine games back. We talked about chapman call. How about just you know. Grand scheme of things. Kim and i have been talking all morning. What is this team like. When you look at the yankees. What are they first place team. They are they this bad or not. Bad this mediocre. What has to change you know. That's i mean we talk to house steinbrenner yesterday. And he was asked what he make. You know the big signing to go over the luxury tax specials. And i was just thinking to myself. What is that what is what is the big trait. That makes them better. I'm not sure there's one I mean they just have so many little things that are wrong. You know their way to right. Handed The lineup is inflexible. Because you know you've got stanton in there that has to play the d. h. You know he doesn't play in the field But just sounds funny. When you say that i know You know just. Their pitching is shaky. You know i mean garrett cole you can generally count on to be fine and good but then you know you never know what's going to happen behind him and now you've added to that. Chapman has been inconsistent. I mean the only the only consistent thing about the yankees of their inconsistency they will you know they seem to find a way to make it harder on themselves. You know base running or you know defense. It's just all around. There seems to always be you know a mistake christie. I'm confounded by the stanton situation. Have and i've seen them on zoom. So it's not like he's not accountable. I don't know how often or by what measure the yankees sort of cycle their players through the zooms. But i've seen him on zoom. So he's he's there and he's answering questions and he's talking about how they have to be better and that kind of thing. Why can't he play the outfield. And when boone talks about building him up four what and from what i. I'm just not aware of an injury situation. A surgery assert offseason surgery or or something to where he needs to be rebuilt before they can possibly feel good about putting him in the outfield. That's one thing. I've just not understood enough. I mean it's never been said explicitly. But i mean i think there's just a lot of concern about the like issues. He has had over the past three years and You know i think he you know. He spent a lot of time with eric cressey last year when he had i think there's a hamstring and You know really working on running and keeping himself you know loose and limber I think they're thinking about building him up to play a few innings in the outfield. Possibly for interleague And it comes up whenever there is an inter league series coming on and then kinda fades away right. because it's just kind of assumed. I guess that you know stanton is going to be the d. h. You know i it just kind of has materialize that he does not play in the field. And i don't think they want to risk losing him long term. You know in the lineup by putting him out there how it's amazing. It is an amazing story though the guys built of granite which might be part of the problem or or may not be. It's hard to know. But but you're you're talking about a gary sanchez. Who's you know who's got hot. And then there's the idea that when garrett cole pitches can't use gary i mean i guess as a pinch hitter you could but Later in the game. Yeah it takes sanchez. I'm not telling you kristie accurate anything. You don't already know it just these things in a season. That's not going. Abc perfectly for the new york yankees. Some of the stuff to me is really hard to accept. Or know and candidly. And i'm not talking about your explanations christie but it's hard to explain. It is very hard to explain. And it's not like you know they're explicit in their explanations of it you know. Keep it gary out of the lineup particularly when the offense is trying starting to get a little bit of traction and then taking him out once you know every five days or so. That wasn't ideal. I mean he really was the hottest bat for two weeks there and then you have to sit him I mean he came in and saved their bacon in buffalo during cold star. His pinch hit home. Run not only at home run. He saved cat Chapman in the ninth inning So you know i mean. They need him in the lineup and sometimes they need them in behind the plate so on that crecy. Aker daily news with us mets yankees tonight. We'll have the on the fan for you. Call hasn't been gravely late. Sanchez has been pretty good. Offensively higashio is average. Is what it is. Maybe tomorrow i mean. Is it possible that we see him. Catch call tomorrow. I think he's gonna have to eventually And i know this sounds like this guy but you certainly have to get him in there in the second half is you. Can't keep him on the bench if they get to the playoffs but You know i don't. I don't know that it had happened tomorrow. he's seen They seem determined to keep coal comfortable through. This transition I i just. I mean it's it's a big game. It's one o'clock game. I have a feeling he will catch tonight. And then he'll say that it's taking convenient. Yes yeah absolutely kristie with this with this yankees group And i understand. Zoom calls changed the dynamic rather than being in in locker rooms and clubhouse as i certainly understand that. Is there a definite leader on this yankees team player. Wise is there. Is there someone who is perhaps saying to his teammates. This is not acceptable. And it's not it's you know it's not okay and we've got a by our actions change the course of our season like who would that player or perhaps players be you know. I think it would be Obviously i i strongly believe. Brett gardner has voice in that clubhouse still because the big guys listened to him But you're right. I mean it's hard to say right now because we're not in the clubhouse. We're starting i mean. I met certain players for the first time in the last two weeks in person for the first time you know how. Yeah i mean because now we're allowed on the field on the field right. Yep i saw that. Yeah that's good So it's hard to say You know garrett cole certainly talks like he's in role You know it's hard to save. His players can come out and say certain things in front of a camera. And then you know you don't know if it's always reflected clubhouse right I do think stanton. I mean i stand in very accountable You know going back to. When i covered them at not only accountable. He's he's he's quiet leader because i remember I flew end the day that jose fernandez and i was so impressed that we with the leadership. That stanton showed i mean. He'd always been quiet. He'd never really spoken much and he. He became a really strong leader. That we i believe. He is a leader Quietly in that club and when he comes out speaks you know after a game. He's pretty blunt and pretty real. He's definitely honest. That's for sure last one for me. Chris the acronym daily news We just touch on gleyber torres and the season he's had and what do you do with him at this point because it's not work it's just not working There's a you know now it's not working and it's it's confounding. I mean you see. You've seen in the past where he's hit. Well i mean the man had thirty eight home runs and two years ago Yeah you see little spurts and then it just falls off. It's confounding and right now. They don't have anyone close to being able to take over shortstop so you know he's kind of wedged in there. I mean again within the organization. They're they're inflexible. So he's kind of wedged in there You've signed lemay you long term and he probably will want to a need to be at second base. I mean i know. He's versatile but he signed to be a second baseman. I'm not sure what you do labor right now. I mean you know right now. You've got to play him and you've got to try and get him out of the slump. I mean it's not even a slump. It's almost two years now Yeah that's a big question. The big question going forward. I mean i think brian cashman answered. It lasts you know. He's better base shortstop. I'm not sure at this level. The way he's hitting that he's even that right now kristie all just ask you one more Even though i have a million for just. I just wonder so many things about this team. Did you have a a main takeaway from yesterday. Hearing from hal. Steinbrenner anything you know. Kind of ring a bell for you in terms of oh. That was an important statement that he made. Because sometimes you hear that stuff and again. Zoom doesn't help in this capacity. Sometimes it almost seems like the answers kind of run together and some of them are exactly what we would expect him to say but did anything yesterday. Stand out for you or give you any clues in terms of what the yankees might do to kind of try to get out of this malays and to be the team that they should be no terms. They're just the this is. This is not you know health. Not his dad. There's not gonna be any rash decisions. There's not gonna be any midnight firing it's going to be measured. It's going to be thought through and change will come at the end of the year So i don't think there's going to be any change coming The one thing that stood out to me honestly was He was asked about aaron boone next year and he wouldn't go there which was interesting. Because you know boone's contracts up at the end of the year and You know he wouldn't go. There wouldn't be brushed into making a decision. But i just was kinda struck by that And that he actually put the blame on the players and told them that they have to be better So you know. I think maybe fane sought this with some big dramatic thing. This is long planned out. You know he hit told people that he would talk at the beginning of july and he did tough. Timing after siamese interesting yes yes he did. Yeah and that's that's true and you did by joining us this morning. Kristie accurate daily news. Thanks for a few minutes appreciate it. Thank you kristie. Thank you good talking to you. Great the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo sitting in for me to my right is chris. Lopresti brought to you by stress. Lewis furniture celebrate. Fifty years of sh- restless comfort visit stress. Lewis dot com single a throwing error. a groundout. Strikeout an intentional walk a walk. An infield single adds up to a frustrating ninth inning loss for the mets lugosi. As i pitched a freeman swung on hit off the leg of lugo. Karim's out to third your map to i safe at first. The braves win the ball. That's how he rose on. Wcbs eight eighty freeman ends up with the game. Winning hit on a night where he took the golden sombrero off the bat and off of lugo lewis row. Haas sought the same way his pitcher. Did you look at the one of the few that were there was yelling from the dugout. About having a chance at third base cell was lugo gesturing to your may went with the on the run bare hand throw to first not in time. Lugo also had the throwing error to begin the inning on topper towards the third base. Line tries to make a sliding throw all in one motion took a big dividend. The throw went wild into a camera along the first base line so a frustrating outing for him but he's not too worried about him. Pretty sure i'll be able to let us go and move on I thought i threw the ball. Well that'll make pitches and You know like. I said that's just the way it goes. Sometimes smith gave them a shot with a couple of solo homers. Second one tied the game at the top of the ninth. Before all of that jacob degrom was dominant from the second inning on. He allowed three runs. In the first quitting austin riley opposite field solo homer ross. Saw some of anger when he got back to the dugout thing. But i you know he did get a little emotional there because you know you got touched a couple a couple times. We saw him come off and throw his hands up a bit at his catcher. James mccann came in and you know he just said i was pretty mad. I said to james. How hit that You know then. I said i said that's all they get. After the pitching coach and it was first and third nobody out in the second following a double and a single he proceeds to retire the final eighteen batters. He faced finished with fourteen strikeouts. And the er a balloons two zero point nine five. That's ridiculous at one point. He was over walk beginnings. We're going on. Yeah yes mets. And from the bronx tonight whether pending. We'll see about the rain throughout the day here. In the new york area jordan. Montgomery opposed by taiwan walker pre game coverage on the fan at six twenty five. And as you've mentioned aaron boone will be with cartoon roberts five o'clock today so we'll get his thoughts the head into this big weekend here with the rain out garrett cole push back to saturday. He'll matchup with marcus. Stroman for a one zero five first pitch coal looking forward to his first first subway series with fans in attendance kids out to the park and hopefully electric atmosphere filled with a bunch of new york fans in general and You know we'll put on some good ball games and hopefully play well stupid question but are the game sold out. I have no idea. Great question. Because i know that i know they got thirty for otani. We looked up so probably not sold out. But you would think in the thirties for all three. Hopefully i mean the west capacity stadium now fifty one is. Is it still that high. Yeah their capacity. Now no no. No i mean like how much does that. Currently how much does that part whole. I believe that he wants fifty workers shah field. Forty telling the numbers have come down over the years because they thought it was further. Teams aren't drawing as much four thousand two fifty one or go more than fifty using just under forty two thousand right because they've been using areas offer sweets and areas and whatnot. But wow today. Not as warm which i think most of us will welcome that the rain showers and a thunderstorm so it sounds i mean that to me sounds mostly at the window may not may not be all the way through. There may be a delay at some point but yeah should be able to get in right Then you'll have michael. King and tyler mcgill sunday evening. That is a seven o'clock start. More from how steinbrenner whose zoomed with the media from tampa yesterday morning just as the yanks for announcing a rain out of their series finale with the angels. We already heard public support for aaron. Boone and the coaches same goes for brian. Cashman was done a good job. This team that we put together leading spring training was a very very good team and they just haven't played up to their to their potential that i believe they still have of course those to continue to work closely. Meaning how and cashman traditional player evaluations with new age. Sports science and analytic hash understands. That's where i wanna be. I wanna hear from ten narrowings and the gym hendry's and the pro scouts pro scouting still very much a big part of every decision. We make so they're looking for that blend in with that blended mine doesn't seem to be working with his roster in their approach right now you got another good. Follow up yesterday here from sweden. The evaluation process goes into that. Why are you still comfortable with how that's gone. 'cause it's extremely comprehensive. I can't i can't imagine another organization that that is goes through these processes in a more comprehensive way sweeney than we do so it's on the players in how says they need to pick it out. It's absolutely aggravating maddening. I mean choose the word It is it has been tough to watch and the players know that this is not. You know they're better than this. This is not the product that we we expect. That's not the type of play that they expect themselves. Nope angle of that's fair. I thought a lot of what he said was was there you know i would probably gently push back just quibble with i mean i think tampa bay exhausts everything i think they have to. They think they know they have to. And i think that they embrace the underdog thing as far as nobody else did else is doing it. Well real it's not what they're going to want to tell themselves so that they feel like they're doing everything where the where the holes then right. If you're doing everything in this is the result. And i guess he told us the holes of the players and their execution and i didn't realize his comment about boone until christie. Said it so he's telling you that players aren't getting the job done. Yeah and by not answer. His answer of a non answer tells you. He's not sure ford about the manager. He didn't say it but that was his answer. That tells you they you. They did ask him about. I could play that for you later on. I i wanna say andy. Martino asked about An extension for boone. Like what will take and he didn't want to know. I can't basically along the lines of july i. I'm not. I'm not going there yet. You know tayo. What the guys. Aaron boone. This is going to be a cliche. And i apologize for this part but has to be true to himself here. He is a good baseball man. I would hate for this not to work out for him. Hypothetically in terms of a next contract with the yankees and to think that that he's sitting were wherever he ends up the next stop or if he's at home or whatever the case is you know really regretting not being maybe some of the passes he gave and some of the you know just illogical answers he gives. Sometimes i you know errands not you know twenty five years old either and i think as we get older learn like i'm gonna say it or i'm going to do it. Whatever say doing is. Because it's what i truly believe end as opposed to work. That's much easier to accept than if you sit back. Let something happen. Know that it's a disaster. And then say i should have true very true one more from how here no playoff mandate but it's still a goal. Obviously making the playoffs is important. And the reason it's important is not just because we do whatever you're in the fans expected that's important but it's important because it will show that we've we've come back because we ain't there right now. They're not nine behind the red sox right and eight and a half behind tampa price at eight and a half tampa or seven and a half nine red sox. Eight in the loss column at tampa. It's closed because tampa leads the wild card race right now. They're in that top spot and the yankees are five and a half out of the second spot. Four on the law side with the blue jays mariners indians and as well ahead of them so as got some work to do. Yep speaking of cleveland quick though just to finish up the the ticket thing from before it will be sold out tonight. There are tickets available. I pulled up the ticketmaster shows you. How many seats. The upper has some sleep by me. A lot of it is sold. Sure by great. Come up short thursday at home against the astros nobody out one two and al two h rails it pretty deep to left field down the line. It's fucking and it's now. Jose altuve ako steep every astros. Take the leap there up five to two on their way to a seven. Two victory altuve as briefly. There was constant bullying directed at him and houston teammates again. I guess they had made a trip to cleveland. I don't know that snapped a four game skid. They remain in first place still. They're basically telling everybody to go. Drop dead pretty meantime. Dc dodgers took a rain shortened game for the national one. All right field and it is grand home mac. Charley steiner dodgers radio that put l. a. Up six two in the fifth and that was it they called that game after five so the nats remain to back of the mets. Three in the law side in the nfl. Least by the way. I've mentioned this. Aaron judge was among those voted into the all star game as a starter. You've got to tani led guerrero junior fernando tatis junior also heading to their first all star game as starters. Nba playoffs no. Yana snow trae young. So it was the brook lopez show in milwaukee last night. Seventy seven sixty five holiday with the law. 10-assist twenty-three said davis box radio the former net finished with thirty three and seven rebounds. Helping milwaukee beat the hawks one twenty one game five. The highlights little baseball. Yeah no y- honest and trae. Young i to be honest wasn't all that was i. Guess i know. I get that and i guess that's about as assertive as i've seen him since he's left the that's i mean all over the rim and again he doesn't have to stand on the three point line of honest as they're both pretty impressive. One thirty three. I actually thought he was a little bit older than that. It's been around a while. He's been around a long time. He stepped up with on saudi down with a knee injury and prepare for whatever's attribute by the teams. Absolutely just a everyone stepping up together really can replace you on these freakin to Job at this one as we mentioned no trae young for the hawks. The bone bruise in his foot. So you'll hope for their standpoint that he can go at least back home in game six as they will face. The nation brook lopez has a twin brother. Who's robin robin briefly was with the knicks. Not sure where he's been comic book guy's the lopez very while wolcott tells us washington. Okay so because rob change teams quite a bit. Yes for sure. Did you see See what was out with mickelson yesterday. Yes on it at all. I did detroit thing. Yes so mad at someone right choice so he goes to play in the rocket mortgage classic which is not you know a huge tournament. It's the first time he's gone. Still a draw. He's he's been playing alive l. post pga championship victory. He's been planned played. Us open obviously He played in Whenever i forget where they were last week and i usually goes over and plays in the scottish open before the british open. So he's got a busy calendar and he made the point of well sponsor and when we go and it'd be good for the community so on and so forth and i guess one of the writers there for the detroit free press wrote a column referencing. Some old thing about a bet that he made back in it right. Yeah exactly and a guy. Basically you know stole the money from him. So phil came out and said the. I'm not i'm not coming back. You know the people that fans have been great but like you know if this is going to be treated when i come here and try do the tour and the area favor. Thanks but note. That i think is agents said. It's not so much he wrote the article. It's that you held onto this. The bookies dead right from two thousand six the timing of it twenty twenty one exactly exactly so good for phillies certainly makes his opinions. And he's got that match coming up to with brady. Aaron rodgers shambo. It's it's after this minutes next week and to shambo fire cat. Yeah they split brooks got some things to say strolled him short version of why those two. It's been going on for a while. Now they're basically ages their opposite person. Don't wanna despise brooks. He's very easy going and let me just go out. There and do my thing is very. He's called the mad scientists he's analytical number of everything so they are oil and water each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo real quick. Because i'd be remiss not to ask you anything football related so while we have a moment before i ask you anything about the jets giants. The dan snyder thing with the nfl so that came down the investigation complete and they wound up finding snyder ten million dollars for basically a toxic workplace environment and so he will not only pay that fine. The team will pay the fine him. He's going to step away from the team and handed over to his wife and he's only going to handle new stadium issues. Concentrate on that stuff right at least for now. Yeah i mean. I'm not as naive to think that he and his wife are not gonna talk off the face as opposed to handle. We won't see him around. I mean it is what it is. i mean. i was not aware of these allegations. Obviously until they came out read about them. I don't know if this is enough if they should have done more. But it's maybe this closes that chapter. I don't know and maybe they've learned something. But think so. And i think that they'll open a i guess either ope. I guess you'd have to say open a new chapter when they do eventually find a team name that they are excited about him. They want to have you know presumably forever. So that will that will change the conversation again. I don't know what to make of all of it. Listen the washington training staff initially and then medical staff saved my life Look at that franchise probably differently than others especially in this area. And i i understand that one hundred percent understand that. I'm not looking for you to show any support for for me or or the fact that i have just great appreciation for those folks. They've also split by the way with inova since since then so the hospital. That also saved me very much. Saved is no longer affiliated with football team. I'm not sure exactly what went into all of that. But but i did read that at one point. It caught my eye. I think what we are. Here's my hunch on what we are seeing. We're seeing a lot of behavior that used to be either somewhat expected expected What in the world can i do about it. Or that's just how my workplace is. Were having that now. Become not okay. We're gonna find out what happened. And we're gonna penalize you for it so there has been a change a very dramatic change over these years in terms of what's okay and what's not and i'm obviously for a workplace where everyone feels included and safe and not harassed and everything else and Ten million dollars for an nfl owners is not a a difference making amount of money. But it's an embarrassing situation. And i i would think that they i don't know how they view it. I would certainly think they view it. As that. And i would think that tonya snyder's emergence here is is a Sort of a general agreement that we can do better and under her. We will even though dan anton you're married and everything else and then we'll certainly talk about everything that the washington football team does Stadium wise and otherwise. But but that's just that's just my thought on it times have changed and if you aren't changing with those times you're going to be either left behind or you're going to be called out for what you need to be called out on. And frankly embarrassed and they certainly have a good face of the organization. Now in ron rivera. So that does help to ron. Rivera's done a great job. Jack del rio with that defense and and by the way washington should be pretty good If it's magic has any of that magic left and generally he finds it to some degree is some real estate is first time through exactly and he has some really good weapons down there. And then that defense jerry was outstanding is loaded and getting better. It's not like we saw the best of chase young in his first season. I mean that's impossible for me to believe. They gave tampa a run for their money. They did they absolutely. If you think about it to of the teams that tampa struggled with the most last year where the giants at metlife stadium and that could be for several different reasons. There was no atmosphere there that day. I remember asking jason pierre paul about it afterwards and he was just like yeah. It was like sleep sleepwalking to practice. Not how it should have been with practice though. Yeah i remember. Because i did the the final week of the season i did. The cowboy giant game comes meeting at work. And i remember just like being in the arena of being in. The stadium was just so creepy. I mean there's not another word for it and then when the teams come out onto the field and there's just there's nothing and it's you literally had to get yourself up into a game. It's have been difficult. I have to believe. Football's the biggest sport affected that way and the good news is thirty. Two stadiums are going to be open for business. I had someone a friend of mine in in our business And i were talking just in general about teams and local teams and some things like that and as part of our conversation i said to him. Everything's gonna be normal. When in september every football stadium is full every nfl stadiums going to be full or or close to it And that's one. I think we're going to really say good business. I mean i was in cincinnati and figuratively for game two and the bengals have fans but they were if i remember. I think it was twelve thousand. Yeah they were certain teams that a certain number. So when i went there and i i think it was october november when dallas was there and i want to stay there was between twelve and fifteen thousand people. Yeah yeah cowboys bengals. I think it was tober november something like that and just the feeling of people there felt normal than it wasn't packed by any stretch but there were enough people to give you an atmosphere and then you basically compare that to the stadiums that nobody and auntie. It's funny how on tv. It really played out. Fine i to me watching the game. That stadium stadiums bills. I saw jets. I saw a couple a few giants games and probably a couple jets. I think that's probably the way my season. I saw washington as well the quietest place for our broadcasts seattle. And that's never quiet. No because you expect seattle abi raucous and there was no one there for whatever reason even like the you know all the places would give you a feet of at least some low crowd noise or something seattle and so it was literally just kevin ran danny white talking with an md crowd and just the way it was. You had deal with it and it was just weird but that as you say next year all the more normal as really looking forward to two because locally a couple of months i mean we're talking about in length and a half and hope we'll august. Fifth is the hall of fame game. So that means we're we're less than five weeks away from that ride five weeks yesterday i think and right around the nineteen the nineteenth. I believe of july we come back on. nfl network. there's been a bit of a hiatus so in the spring and summer and then the following week we get training camp right and then. I think it's the thirty first that first sunday after camps open we're gonna have coverage at every single camp. No kidding thirty two one way or another reporter analyst or or perhaps we'll get creative in a couple of cases but that's gonna be fun and you'll be back on the field with the team on the field for pre-game like we are you know we're only pre-game we're not during the but we will be on the field for pre-game again which will make an enormous difference an different challenging your shore. Yeah i mean everybody got through everybody. Most people go through it and Yeah it'd be good to get back no question about it anyhow before we take a break. I do want to tell you guys about beck y'all network because it's available nationwide on the aussie mobile app and website over ten thousand home and auto connected devices. Bet q. Network bet you'll network dot com. It is fantastic. If you into the gaming and you wanna make a wager they kinda keep you up to date all day. 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Episode #1326: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1326: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hello. This is Donald Trump president of the United States of America. I like listening to fill Henry, I don't know why. But I do maybe it's because he has such wit. Maybe it's because he's so creative. Maybe it's because I admire the things that he's able to do even though I'm a multi multi billionaire trillionaire gazillion air in point of fact, I I much rather be a performer and entertainer get into clown makeup. You know, a weird wig something like that. Henry does that he does it degrade effect. He may not make as much money as I do. But then again who does. But he sounds like he has fun. He says he has friends. He sounds like he has a couple of laughs. I could really use that. But barring that I listened to fill whenever I can download his show. I'm a subscriber to his website. I love him. Love him love him celebrity voice impersonators. Hi this. You trump? Don't forget to listen to the Phil Hendrie show or join in the Phil Hendrie show chat coming up tonight. If you're a B S P that starts at seven o'clock Pacific. It's on the Phil Hendrie website. It's filling reshow dot com. You have to be a backstage pass member as Donald and I are. And we don't like to join because if we do it'll be a riot. You know, people will be all over us. Just they'll just be draped all over us. And we can't take it. However, we do enjoy the chat. We hope you become a backstage pass member and enjoyed along with Donald, and I I'm Alanya Trump celebrity voice impersonators. Celebrity worship we're gonna get to that. Why not why not filtered white art? I mean, I it's fine. And that's legal. Yes. When you say celebrity voice impersonators, right? Phil we get. Welcome everyone of the world famous. Fill Henry is that the kazoo? Yeah. It's a zoo. The guy's playing it there and everything I thought it's much sounds like it's a kazoo. That's 'cause new. Very popular instabilities using jug. Then I ever tell you guys a jug band. Did you ever tell us what you want in a jug band? Yeah. Let's seven. Yes. You just said Robert heard about a junk babble, what's in a Judd, man. Yeah. You're in a jug band is a what read a jug? All right. Knock it off. But before the left hand comes out again. Yes. I was hold on. I've got a message from Adam Chavez film had a whole drama going on here before we started first of all he couldn't get camera three to work. Now what happened to Mohammed salon? She's one of my are we watching the game or we aren't sorry. We're watching the Manchester City Liverpool game which already happened which is tape which everybody here knows what happened. I don't. I don't care. All right. Well, then Manchester City one to two one why did you do that? God he cared, but Frank might in any event. That's yeah. He's fine. Everybody's cool. The whole thing is groovy. So you said you're in a jug, man. I must hear what this is about here. Gotta find out about it. All I can tell you. I'll tell the market if you don't mind, I was the guy in the Judd ban. So there's this getting fishing around for this copy. So no it wasn't. It wasn't. I was in a jug band. Forget what we were called the something sex tent, but we were six guys, and we basically played this in high school. We played at talent shows and stuff. Yeah. You sing with him. I can't sing one. Now. I tried to sound like I was a blue singer. You know, keep on truckin, mama trotting your blues away. Go ahead. I don't want to sing anymore of it. So what's the Sean obviously keep on truckin? Yeah. Margaret, I don't know this. All right general that song was called keep on truckin. We did a bunch of songs we actually had a lot of fun because we did songs by a guy named. Eric von Schmidt and another cat named Dave Dave van wrong. And these were to folksingers kind of blues dudes, but they also did a few goofy satirical things. Like, I think it was fun. Schmidt. Did a thing called acne blues? Now, it's going to give our Equitable's tipples. Yeah. Like pimples. And so we did that song. You did. Actively your high school boys in a junk band, you did acting that takes courage actually, didn't take any courage. We just did it because we thought it was funny. We did acne blues. And we did was it called acne bluesy. I think it was. All right. So you did what about this? Who's this guy van rank that is wrong? Dave van Ron and kind of forget what we did by him. So the way we existed for about a year, and it was the adjustable something sex head. I can't remember what the hell it was. But we had six guys from our class. And and you and what else did you play? Did you play an instrument? I did I played the gut bucket alert from starting to put your kids. Right. You're putting us on right now. Nice. Got you played the gut bucket, the gut bucket. Yeah. Anybody know what that is? I don't know what it is isn't a wash tub or something like that. Yes. See every jug band should have. I mean, if it's real jug band using instruments that are sort of improvised. So the judge is like, you know, drink out of the jug. And what's they were done drinking drinking from it during it from drinking from it? Then they turn it into musical instrument. You blow into it don't say it, but watch it, but that blow they blew into it as a sort of progressive instrument. Right, phil. Yeah. I would say the jug was used as a sort of a progressive instrument. And then there were banjos there were we had a banjo player. We had a guitar player and a friend of mine Richard wood was Richard. I'm going to bet you myself at the second round. Fool around get mold. It is. But what is all you're laughing about every double untrendy in on untrendy entendre thing. So getting back to do. You wanna hear this hit? I'm fascinated. So the jug band that was in was the adjustable jug sex tat that was it the adjustable jug sex tenth. Yeah. That was the name of it. And it was in my high school years like we were free. Why was it was a freshman sophomore LaSalle high school in Pesident anyway, the gut bucket? Like all these instruments in jug bands are improvised. So you have there's the jug and kazoo and banjo is not improvised, obviously, that's a real instruments. So as a guitar, but then the gut bucket was a wash tub, and we literally had a wash tub, and you turn it over on top upside down you drill a hole in the bottom of it. And you extend from that piece of thick like clothesline like that plastic and closed clothesline. It's sort of a plastic thing. And you attach that to the top of a broomstick, you take the broomstick, and you push that down to the edge of that. What are you guys looking at? Nobody knows that you're talking about here. You guys are gonna have to look it up then because I'm not going to sit here and explain it. I think I'm following. You've got the stick that much. I know right. Yeah. Got a broomstick. Well, just 'cause broomstick done minutes, someone's but. Dickman Ivan Phil should send you into a psychiatrist. I think I should to really we should have you looked at please tell you about it to broomstick because it said broomstick a lot. No, no because he the this here, which filled because fair thank you because Phil said broomstick, but doesn't mean you get to go. Woo. I do that. Yes. You did don't lie when I don't I don't if people are listening on the radio, or whatever the hell what does this go out, by the way? What are you talking about? What does this go out on how do people listen to this podcast on their phones when they in their car with the phone on a bluetooth that kind of thing. Anyway. So if nobody saw bud go do. Okay. Well, then let's say but made a circle, and then he put his finger in and out of it. All right. God damn well, you guys are asking. Yeah. You guys wanted to find out about anything. They man if I if I were here what I'm glad I'm not shut up. Well, you're not me. Well, you know, what I'm not you. But I'm telling you to shut up Louis. Oh, but grow up so the broomstick as I was saying, yeah, the broomstick was put on the edge of the tub. So what you did is you regulated the relative length of this. But I swear to God, I'm gonna kick your ass outta here for good. All right. A problem. Now what I went length. Well, Dan's got nothing to do with anything. We take it's thirty that encourages them. Phil. You take the broom stick, and you have this court of plastic line. And you have an attached to the tub the tub gives it a sort of a a nice Bassi sound that big hollow sound and the the line itself was a bass drink, and you are regulating the cord the note, by the way, you stretch this string out so. It's an easy thing to I could show you later on bud. If you're interested I am. But you know, what I think I won't just because I don't want to explain anything to you. 'cause you're pissing me off. Thanks a lot you can figure it out yourself, but quit acting like a Jekyll. So that was the instrument that I played. So that was the gut bucket and the gut bucket o and I played harmonica. You play. That's right. You did play harmonica later on radio show time yet one guy coming in. I figured that guy was. Yeah. Wow. Well, where where well that blue right? But I played I accompanied him. I played the blues harp. We'll get a load of you getting full of yourself, Mr. blues. No. I don't want to say, hey, didn't you see that you jammed with some blues guy down at the girl? I've told that story a million times I didn't jam with him. The man's name was manslaughter skim. He was very very elderly. But nonetheless, very well known Texas sunk Stor, I think is how they described him as opposed to a blue. Artis. They never really talked about Mance Lipscomb as a blues, although he was who's the Kucic blues musician, but he was a a Texas song stirs. This is how I heard him describe it. Anyway, he played at the Astro of which today, and this is the irony Varennes, I remembered it when I was at the Hollywood improv doing a gig that when we used to do fill and friends could do that again. I'm not talking about that right now. But he's done a different topic. Right. When I was down there doing Phil Emery and friends, and I said I used to play at the edge of that wasn't this with the Astro wasn't and someone who was with the club said. Yeah. This is the location of the old agro v-. And I said God, it's a trip, man. I mean, all of a sudden stuff started coming back to me where the restaurant is the the roadhouse restaurant. I believe. Yeah. I think that's where the unless that's brand new addition. I think that's where the entrance to the club was. Where that where we did our gig the lab, I think that was the last grove well now, that's a little spun initially sixty tables a messing it up. But that was that was the building. And we went there as kids, ma'am. I mean, nineteen eighteen twenty trying to hopefully pass his twenty one and get a beer, and I saw all kinds of we can't heat their we saw Charlie Musselwhite now. No one I know who totally Musselwhite is. But you don't Robert Byron asserted level. I don't know who Charlie Musselwhite. He's a blues band leader. Like, Paul Butterfield Butterfield was left more Chicago, Charlie Musselwhite was level or southern, but they both had electric blues bands. And both were harmonica players in both very accomplished guys. I would say that Butterfield got more play because Butterfield his band rocked a little more Charlie Musselwhite group was funkier. I don't know. I mean, you may see some day Charlie Musselwhite get into I think people. Start talking a little bit more about Charlie Musselwhite. And what he did as a I don't know what you would say like founder or something a lot of these guys that fill you talk about a lot of these blues guys like their rock and roll, they're not rock and roll at all I didn't say that. He was well it what makes you think. The guys goes on the rock and roll in general a lot of them are influences. Right. Phil aren't they called founders something like that? I don't know what they call them. I don't know anything about the rock and Roll Hall of fame. But that he's a worthy consideration. Charlie must wait anyway. So that's that. Yeah. You tell us what a van was. Yeah. Yes. I did. I'm gonna belt you I'll show you a jug band sticky and set a jug. It's weird. Well, you're weird. How about that? Coming up on the show tonight. Folks, we got a good close personal friend, Ted bell who went through a interesting conversation with his son. Josh, I think so we'll be talking to Ted bell about that. And we also have with us dean Wheeler. Yes, dean Wheeler is going to be talking about forcing men to watch soccer is that he's got some dealer. Well, it didn't work out too. Good over the last few weeks at band camp. Which is the man Kam to what Robert man closed down summertime, especially especially extension to it. Yeah. But he wouldn't let them watch football. They had to watch soccer. A couple of guys trying to escape they found on bungee pit is. He still doing that stuff. It's not a real bungee pit. It's rubber knives or something. What is what this rubber? Everybody's with the rubber knife. What are you talking about? When those guys whoever they were they were the Walking Dead guys. And the rubber thought. Yes, right. He's pretending. He's humby. And he stabbed him with a rubber nights that you got special special department store. Yeah. Yeah. Man. God damn filth fill. You just went. Well, you know, some of the stuff is funny. And then we have Bobbie Dooley. And she's got a new foot. I've got I'll do this Bobby Doerr because it just talked to her. I'm sorry. Tell me to preempt you go ahead. She has a do fund and a new animated Bobby Dooley. Head the one that everybody was so upset about. Whoever was Jay Santos in any event. Bobby apparently was getting into it with Steve and shot him with a slingshot. Oh, that's right. Okay. So that's coming up here the world famous fill whatever it was that. We just said is coming up here the world famous Fillon reshow be right back. This portion of Phil Hendrie show is brought to you by Ted's of Beverly Hills a steakhouse. Yeah. Thick juicy delicious pieces of. Hi. I'm just kidding. I'll do it. Hi, Ted bell here folks, this next segment of the Phil Hendrie show. Brought to you by Ted's Beverly Hills. Don't you ever let him do? What's your name Bill McCumber? Sorry bill. Go back to the u park. Carson me. Don't you know, you just want you? Thanks, ted. I'll do it Ted's of Beverly Hills sponsoring this. I've got Ted's Beverly Hills. Get outta here. Ted's of Beverly Hills. Sponsoring this part of the Phil Hendrie show, you put your hands on me. Steakhouse come on. Beverly Hills one you gotta go back to our steakhouse this weekend this weekend. The football games are primary real heavy heavy stuff. Enjoy the football games. Hey, how you doing listen that they can we get a second. If you don't mind Ted bell with us here, folks. The kid screaming in the back Jerry kid screaming in the vacuum. Phil great to be with you. Thanks for having us on. Well, it's good. Have you? It's good to win this. I know that we're gonna talk about the restaurant. We're going to talk about business and how businesses doing for you. But we also want to discuss gee, we want to discuss Josh, right? Now, there was a cute doing that. I was telling the guy any chance to do folks. With over the holidays, we watch a lot of television has a lot of families. Do you know where this is a very fortunate era that we're living in filth? We've got such a great selection movies. I saying. Can watch on TV. Right. And I bet because at our house we were watching it's a wonderful life that nothing. I say I either up to you. I was going to say we watching it's a wonderful life and Santa Claus is coming to town. You know, what movies that I've never heard of that one? What are you looking at? What is Santa Claus is coming to town? I'm just saying all at the traditional films here comes Santa Claus. And the elf isn't there an L Phil film with feral not with will Ferrell. I'm talking. You know, what I'm saying what you're saying Margaret as you watch traditional Christmas movies. Yes. Thank you. All right. Well, like miracle on thirty fourth street miracle on thirty fourth. That's a very famous movie. Yeah. They get Tyrone power in it. It has Natalie wood. I don't know that film. But yes, okay. So no. Got you were talking about tradition watching TV get watching TV what does it? What are looking at me for Marvan. Twenty get the story from ten and you're telling him attorney, she'll Christmas movies now, we've never heard of the elf of the movie, but never heard of Santa Claus is coming to town. Oh my God. They've never heard of Santa Claus is coming to town. You've heard of at ten right? No. I haven't heard of the movie I've heard of the song. And by the way, this is now the the first week of January. Who cares? I've just talking about watching a specific TV show. They I continue. Go ahead on something. You're watching Star Trek. Yes. I turned my son. Josh is fourteen years old, and I turned him onto the original Star Trek series because I said, you know, we've got Amazon like you do fill. And so we watch TV or what the was pill Amazon all the time. It's got great stuff. Right. So we only got gotta told me about it. Of course, you do till fill you turn him on Amazon. Yeah. Because can I just say what I want to say 'cause we got a full house here tonight. And there's the kit again, hold on just a minute Bill. Yeah. Yeah. I hear that kid in the background screaming. If I hear one more time, I'm gonna put my head through window in front of that family to family right there. I know they're celebrating the grandmother's birthday if I hear that kid go. Yeah. I'm gonna put my head through the window right in front of that old lady. Because honestly district. Oh my God. I heard it again, eight Ted. We can hear everything you're saying. You got a problem with the kid? I got a problem that just went kid. This family comes in every Sunday and the kids the same sound kid goes. What are you looking at? Hey, Phillies Rudy at Ted. This lady heard what you. I gotta go cool something out. Hey, ted. We we're going to have to move on. And do something else. I'm sorry. Hold on. Yes, ma'am. I didn't mean really I was gonna put my head to the window. No. I did not by my gave you free. Would you like another dead yet? That's Ted for everybody. At did. Everybody gets a Ted at this table here except for the kid. What is what did we drink Shirley battle? All right. Get all the kids. Get surely bells. Yeah. So we've got surely go. Yeah. What's that math, which what about what we heard the there's a drink? You give the kids the kids, Shirley bell. Yes. A Shirley temple. But it's got it's be instead of using how Shirley temple has cope and a little bit of a cherry on it. It's a coke with a strawberry. Except that. I change it up. If a surely Bel or Ted pimple, if you want, okay. What's I don't understand? It doesn't. All right. Well, you know, something everybody likes it. Okay. Hey kids. He liked Shirley bells. You like show. You haven't had a Shirley bell. Hold on. Hold on. I'm gonna go eight ten I got. All right. Try to see I didn't mean to say I was going to put my head to the window over your kid. Everybody. Here gets Shirley belt on the adults. Don't get chilly. Bells the adults get pets. All you, folks. Get pins. Yeah. And you little ones you get surely bells. Are you get Ted? Ted bell's. No, you don't you get a ten. So can tell me. Yeah. About josh. Yeah. So I said a Josh Josh there was a great TV show. I said, I know you've seen this Star Trek movies. I know you've seen Star Trek the first generation or whatever it's called. He wasn't really interested too, much TV. But he liked the movie they said the very first TV series that was ever on. That was the head of all of them was the original Star Trek series was on. And I want to watch a couple of episodes. He goes, Dan is this the where it all comes from I go. Yes. And we sit down, and I got some of that cheddar popcorn at Jeff shepherd Elliott made up for us, and I had some hip, and I had some, you know, refried beans and some tortillas, and we'll say had we just kind of did a potluck. We had some fajitas. That was it. Just you and Josh. Yeah. Just the two of us. We we we had a fun do pit. There's only two of you you being a full grown man him fourteen. And you've got foam do fajitas refried beans, what is wrong with a man enjoying a little bit of lunch with us until we watch this movie or excuse me, Star Trek. And I think you're gonna enjoy this first one that comes on is that Harvey Mudd stuff. Now, you mentioned that on Twitter. And I just want to ask you a question. Why was it that that was the first one that came up? I don't know we destroy shit. When do you want to watch you you all these seasons? I don't know the start at the beginning. I just I picked out a season. And I said let you scroll through them, and I picked it out. Yeah. Because I thought it was very funny. When I was a kid, I thought the Harvey Mudd character. It's Harry Mudd hardcore mud. Yeah. Yeah. All hard court bud is the name, and he always had much women never had the robot. Ladies, so this is a one of the star treks one of the original star treks with William chapter with William shadow. The Leonard nimoy Spock, right, right? All the original cast and hardcourt much to. Hey, this is fun. And I put it on. And my son is looking at it. And then he looked up at me. And I said pretty good any shook his head and went down to his phone and started tweeting or whatever it wasn't. He was you. What are you doing? He said, I'm you know, he's looking stuff up and he was playing somebody. You know does be game. And I'm like, okay. Sorry. You know, it'd be I thought you said that Star Trek was fun. I should it is he said not if it's this because this guy hardcore much strictly from hundred, you know, your son, fourteen used the fray strictly from hunger. If he why then unusual it's a pretty unusual phrase to be it's almost arcane at this point, then a little fourteen year old boy with use it. Well, he did. Okay. Got a problem with that nugget problem, you're the guy that told me about this whole situation with Josh. So what happened man, or what happened was I sat there watching the rest of this car court but episode? And then the next one that came on why they land on a planet where everybody is a gangster. And by that point. Josh is on the phone. He's got three or four girlfriends. He's talking to he's playing another zombie game. I said forget it, you know, I e the lesson. I learned is basically you can't expect your kids. If you think you have a great memory. So it doesn't necessarily mean they're going to enjoy it. That's the truth tastes changed. That can you. Imagine your father my father trying to get us to enjoy the music that they listen to. I I could barely when I was a kid. You know, let's rock and roll in my father who was the Benny Goodman step. Well, I guess I like listen to Goodman. Yeah. I know you you don't have saying. Well, no, I would fill in that. I like listen to Benny Goodman to. For instance. What about the clothes? They wore. Why would you talking about Zoot suits, never mind? We'll just I've got this. What the general is trying to say is we can't always expect our children to enjoy the things that we enjoyed for instance. My father was very big on the who's your hotshots? Now. I know the who's your hotshot so funny who your hot Cox, the who's your hotshots they were goofy bandit, what are you gonna goofy ban? They were they were like the Frank Zappa has they were like the Frank Zappa their day weren't they what are you guys talking about? I think we can establish that we do not share the same taste ecessary with our parents. And so it goes and Josh is sitting there with you watching Star Trek Josh is watching Star Trek with me hardcore butted, I'm going. And my son is they're not too many things in this world Bill that are heartbreaking the way your son when he looks at you and shakes his head like, wow, what a dumb ass. I mean, did you talk to him about it? Yeah. I said, Josh, let's talk about this hardcore p mud and he's up on his own. Like, I I know enough that the bug a kid. I just thought it was something that we can share father and son, you know. Love is in sons things band. Don't you guys? Talk about sports. We talk about sports. Yeah. But he likes sports more than I do. He loves to talk about the dodgers. And you know, I hate the dodgers not that. I hate the dodgers. But I hate their guts because. Yeah. Because they'd cost you a lot of buddy. What did you start talking to the betting with your son? You guys might have something come in there. Five finished never got a better the sporting event. Get us stand. What I'm saying? Hey, hey, I'm telling you right now, anybody gets my send a gambling brother you better run. Damn what we're that. Come from. You heard what I said if I ever hear about my son gambling on anything you people. The first one's gonna come see now. Wait, just a second there. Ted talk at a specially you. Is your problem? Walk it off go and get a drink or something at truly. Hey, he's what's his problem as he and his son. Josh, you know, he's having a tough time with the boy trying to communicate with him. And that whole gambling thing. You know? Yeah. That's the only knows about sports because of the gambling. He's a big sports fan and says, hey, bad. Of course, you Lakers. Just this his that doesn't want to go to see the game. Because of the sporting of anyone go to see the game. How much money's going to win? Ted Bell's, degenerate gambler, that's an exactly don't know. No don't say that God damn. Nothing. Nothing nothing. He's about a together. And again, he's not a guy. He's to lose the shirt on this stuff. But. Well, all right. I I understand, but he doesn't need to threaten anybody. Don't be threatening. Nobody you know, you're talking to anyway, who are you just talking to? I got the same phone. Oh, oh, I'm sorry. Ted nobody here is wishes any ill will on. Josh. I understand. I just go into Kim to go down the same road. I went down. Okay. Yeah. You get the Duffy's calling. Holdover up your rear end one day down your gun. My pant leg the next. Yeah. You're right. You're right. Yup. Your rear in one day down the inside of your side of the next. What an asshole you guys twitted got filled by Ted. We're sorry leave and brought it up. All right. Let's just suffice to say that you and Josh like any father and son, you have your generational differences. But we know the kid loves you. You guys have a lot in common with a lot in common. The time. You ran over those ducks while that was what I didn't even run over the Dutch. I just kinda went through them and scared them. Yeah. And your son got freaked out by that. I hope that you've come a long way from those days doing fine and Josh is doing fine. And you know, what his old, man? You're right. I I like the Gable. So I like to play the ponies, it's not just the ponies Ted. You bet on baseball. You hate the dodgers. Because you bet the wrong way on them. All the time. You hate the Lakers for the same reason, you grew up in the city, and you should like all of those teams. No, I shouldn't. What is that about? Get a load of that Philly. I'm supposed to like him. Well, you know, it is a kind of a normal. If you're a sports fan I ever sports fan. Yeah. But you don't like the Lakers. Dodgers. How come you don't because they cost me? Going to block it off. How many drinks somebody supposed to go? Go get yourself. Another get a Ted. I I did go get yourself. Shirley bell. God which a hands on me. Hey, you're the second guy to say that I don't like it when you put your hands on Ted. We're going to go now. Oh, thanks a lot here. What happened? I said we're going to go now. All right. I you know, I feel and why don't you tend to bar then tend the bar? You're the guy, you know. He's had a he's been in a mood. You know, businesses been slow businesses here in this business has been slow is that ways, but the bands in. Hey Damon, the Duffy's taken over the entertainment to them was. I think you know, he's cutting the Duffy's on somebody stuff. It's not good. Oh my God. You're kidding me. No. I think I think he might have cut the dump he's on some some part of the action. I don't know what the recipe doesn't that set the bar? I can tell you that. But it's part of the restaurant. He's got a criminal gang. I wouldn't go that far would the Dunphy brothers. Those guys are associates if that they're fully vested God. Okay. Well, okay. So now, he's got some guys that are real shady possibly criminal and they own a piece of his restaurant. But he goes, oh, I just wanted to fill. All right Bill anyway. Yeah. We doing great. Everything's fine. I just. I got to talk to you after we get off the air. Okay. About what nothing. I just wanna talk to you. If you said, I didn't say anything man but time couple minutes. Okay. Bobby over here. Yeah. I know I'm going to be on the phone calling. You. Dad being? Bill getting muscle. You think he's getting muscle by the Dumfries? When you say muscled elect, they they forced their way into the operation. That's seems to be what Rudy's intimating if he's got a criminal group of individuals that he's been forced into business with Ted needs to go to the police. I think well it isn't that simple world-famous fill Henry show and in ratio to ten. Tinicum Ted's on the phone. Yeah. Okay. Ted sorry, man. What's going on that you think I turned over a piece of this joint? This place is made out of my fathers fresh. I got okay. So just I gotta tell you sound really tight. Of course, I wound you told me about a couple of weeks ago. But I tell you a couple of weeks ago, you said that the day you pay it off the bench by the Dumfries come up and sing sing if you knew Susie that means they on a piece of the restaurant. What are you looking at? I should I put my head to that window didn't. I mean. All right. Thanks a lot. I took. I took that carry doesn't sound like he's doing good. No, we're gonna fight. We're going to get to the bottom of the world famous. Fill in ratio. Bobby dooley? Have I told you about Carol Guten got Carol getting got salon and nails. It's a fifteen twenty one port St. that's Porcher and the lemon grove Carroll. Does a beautiful job with your hair with your nails skin treatments and full facials kill Guten God it's been in the San Fernando Valley since nineteen seventy eight she her daughters and their granddaughters. Are there for the beauty needs of all the women here in the San Fernando Valley, Carol Guten, God's hair and nails. If fifteen twenty one port St. that's Porcher and the lemon grove. They're all Dudin. God what she got man put Carol Guten gut. She's. What about the world famous fill show ratio from the Pacific Pacifico here in southern California. Here knows who Henry. Hey, thanks. Let general hope you guys are doing. Well, he'll be cancer having you know, a splint splendid beginning of the year twenty nineteen up in good for you, though, has it. It's great to break. We'll fill you said we could discuss this. I don't want to discuss it. But no it has not been a good beginning for twenty nine thousand nine urine. Be specific. No, I do not want to be specific the reason why I brought it up. I guess filled. Let me say Margaret now everybody brought it up. Let me say the reason why I brought it up is the illustrate that sometimes years that begin poorly are years that can wind up pretty good. Well, you don't have any indication of that. I don't maybe I don't have any indication of it. But you know, what I got a great feeling. I got a big field, and it's going to be great year. All right. So but the year has started out bed. It started out in the sewer the way you put it I didn't say sewer. Yeah. He's like start at a gutter. No, it's been a very very tough start to the there's been some friends of mine that have had some item. Not going to go into specifics. But I've had a couple of friends have a very very tough breaks. And I'm I'm worried about them. I think they're going to be fine. But. Well, look, you can't heal the problems of the world. I understand that especially women's problem. Margaret, oh my God. He reared back like he was gonna give me just a straight right hand. Did you see that? I did not guess you did. Well, just cool. It. So. Yeah. So I've got friends they're having problems. Whatever the hell, man. But I'm I'm doing good. I'm fine. Because I get to sit here with you wonderful people don't have time of sarcasm dripping with sarcasm though. I really I believe that I deemed a Wheeler is on our newsmaker line right now from man camp there in Novelli, California, actually, Nevada, California. And Dane before we could go on on anything man camp is what please describe that for folks. Okay fell. And thanks very much for having me on man camp is due to give it to you simply as I can't a place where men can become men again and not be tied to a job and not be type ramps to familial duties in type, do, you know, your your your wife or your girlfriend, or you know, your your mail wife? Or your or your your or your boy girlfriend? We get it. You talking about gay men are welcome to. Yes. And you don't have to start turning it into him a word salad. I apologize. I'm your partner. That's the word. Yeah. Partner. Okay. Look at god'll get enlighten everybody. Isn't that wonderful to know that don't you think that's something you should know days since you have a man Kim. What does that's all? She makes it sound. Like, we're sitting around what in our loincloths giving each other. Okay. Dean. Thank you. So what we're dealing with here is there was an somebody else fell in a bungee pinup there. But it's not a real bungee pit. There aren't real wooden stakes down there. They're they're not even rubber nights. They said they were rubber knives. I thought that that's what you had down there. Oh, we've got feathers feathers. So when they fall into the pit they land on feathers. So when they try to escape it's just it's a big joke. I tell if you've been the man Kim fill you know, that we have it set up like it's a North Vietnamese prisoner of war camp. Right. Yeah. And I never did understand that still the guys steal that. They're actually in a place that is restricted and they have to go out to cut bamboo during the day right now. Of course, we have the the native American chanting and everybody in the restaurant and having a good time got cocktails, but in the morning, you gotta get up to cut bamboo, and we have guys dressed in North Vietnamese army uniforms, and it's a lot of fun. What is about that? Especially some guy that might have been in NBA POW camp. Well, then what are they doing it man camp if they're getting so easily traumatized? Oh, God damn all right guys. Phil thinks it's funny Bill, I can assure you, it isn't funny. I'm sorry. So the guys go to me, I didn't know you added these touches demand camp. Added these that's what man camps always been filled. You know, we had the bungee pits. Yeah. I guess I just got bungee pits and guys dressed as North Vietnamese soldiers are they carrying guns, toy guns. Yeah. What's the whole point of this, man? Phil, you, you know, full will guarantee the talking about how many times have I told you about man campus. They health guys feel like they're independent men. Okay. Away from the family away from girlfriends boyfriends girl, boy boy, girl. Well, the problem is to get some complaints because you weren't showing NFL football or something. No, we're showing soccer at a few of the guys complained one of them Josie Prescott took off he got rabbit and his blood. Okay. And I had to talk to the guys the next day. And I said, I can be a real nice guy. I can be a mean some bitch and other lines from cool hand, Luke. What are you talking about? That's a line so cool hand Luke Strathern Martin. What what is this fill? All of a sudden, I gotta start the Eliza bunch of people babbling. You didn't you didn't know that that was in that movie. What movie cool hand, Luke? Let's go out. Yeah. Forget it. So. Yeah, thank you. So this guy Joey Prescott gets rabbit and his blood and picks off and they dragged him back the next morning. What does this drag them back stuff? What is this whole gets Reverend his blood is this place a resort? Or is it not? Yes, it is. And this is where the guys expect. This guy's expect to come a place called band camp with our North Vietnamese looking guards. Yes. Let me guess are they Asian as a matter of fact. Yes, I hire Asians. Okay. I guess that's bad too huh. I'll tell you that inflict me out because you were in Vietnam. Most of these guys are too young to very these guys are two younger by the Falklands war. Let alone in Vietnam. They don't know. So they're getting there kicks going to this thing called man camp. That's just like a North Vietnamese prisoner of war camp with bungee pits. But at night, you got the native Americans Channing and everybody sitting around having drinks. Yeah. As a matter of fact, what's today? What did they tonight? We got people do Joey cloth seafood store. Tasteful Caesar salad's. There's also beluga county office dot this is a very very nice, garlic, mashed potatoes, of course, is special day. We had the dry steppe beans Golic beans, dry, garlic beans, also Rocco's rack of lamb, we have baby pack ribs and tonight's big one as they pay a base. Does that make an Steve the seat St. food stew, right? Yeah. You mentioned the seafood stupid. Do you have the pie the pie? So all of that's tonight. Yes. And tomorrow morning. What about tomorrow morning? Well, what happens tomorrow morning, you you drag them out of their bunks. Yes. Tomorrow morning at about six AM to get dragged out of their bunks and take it over to a bamboo field where they're forced to cut Bambu until noon, and then they get water, and they got a crush to bread. Well, when do these guys get a full meal? Did you just hear what the chef was talking about? So these guys starve all day, and then they get to drink booze. Yeah. And then they they make when did this guy make a brick fourth Prescott took off at about two AM last night. They found him in the bungee pit this morning. He was half mad from thirst. But we had them over in the in the infirmary. So I know got so he just went. So I I it sounded like forgive me Phil, but it sounded like someone was trying to shove something up there. Dean. Okay, go ahead. So I can know most of the experience it man camp is like you're in a prisoner of war camp until six o'clock. And then you put on this big spread there's entertainment well entertained, there's a the the Indian troop is doing chanting and dancing there's booze. And yeah. And they can stay up as late as they want, of course. But at six thirty to get dragged to a bamboo field, and they have to split bamboo cut bamboo. And then they get crust of bread and water for lunch. And any any other water besides that, but you're supposed to drink? So you get thirsty. And now what does this half mad with thirst? Well, that's what he said we found out he was fully hydrated, and the problem was hung over. And so you said he was half mad from the first fact is we offered him water. He said if he got any diet coke. So. All right. Dean will is with us from man camp in northern California. The big long pause, Phil. I know this is important us. Here's man camp and any bad publicity, anything at all the specs that it's not true. It really hurts. You're telling us the whole story here. The Joey Prescott took off in the middle of the night fell into the bungee pit. And this was because you guys weren't showing football. Oh, yeah. We have on soccer. Couple of guys are complaining. I think it's more the, but the fact that you don't feed them anything until dinnertime, and they get bread and water. Yeah. I, you know, something I'm stunned that you have any business up there at all we have business happy's guys are here because we're giving it away. Well, then why don't you do something a little more constructive? Like man camp where it's that a person persevered God. Because felt when teen Wheeler makes a commitment when we tell you that man camp is going to be eight of the toughest weeks and most of ways you'll ever go through in your life by God. I'm telling the truth. I'm not lying now. Will we shut man camp down? I don't know. Well, it sounds to me like that thing is not gonna work. What about you general? You know, why would the general want to be in North Vietnamese prison war camp? He was in the Vietnam war. Okay. Well, I tried to talk emerald is data in the ghetto coming in. I don't know. How about camp where guys are having a good time. Oh, okay. Well, why don't we just call that a spa? Okay. That's what that is. Phil. Here and they're going to watch soccer. They're not gonna watch football. I made a commitment to myself to the customers may many that elect this stuff. Well, they got to like it to like it or you know, what? Or they'll get cold to the pavilion, and what is called the position Kim Jones thing. It's a thing. It's the thing that I worked out that. I would call them to the pavilion, and I would say it's time to get gun children. And they don't go by God. What are you talking Jim Jones, and I go. Yeah. And then I'd have the guys come out with a gun go. I'm only kidding. This. I'm only kidding stuff. That has done a lot by a lot of feels guests as a way of getting out of a bit is getting really old. What do you mean as a way of getting out of a bit that it does send a little desperate? Well, that's where I oh. What do you think? I am. I'm taking my cue from from K Santos and the citizens on Hillary. Fill the whole reason for man camp. What they have a completely unique experience. And now I propose a little Jim Jones where I called him to the pavilion. I say it's time to get done. I've got some of the the North Vietnamese camp guards mixup up flavor aid. Well, good luck, man. Well, I got to do something to get business. What makes you think that's going to draw business? How about some dancers? How about good breakfasts? You know, how about I don't know a nice swimming pool. How about if they sit around and getting fat eating the food, and we can call it a hotel. How about that? Well, how about it? There's ninety million places around here that are hotels like that. Man camp is unique experience. Man gyms unique experience fallen will bungee pit guy dresses an NBA guard threaten you then get cold at the pavilion and be tool. It's time to get gone children. And here's the flavor aid. Well, feel like every other time I been on your program. I leave a humiliated Hoke I leave with my ass up in the air and my finger pointing at it like any takers. That's how I feel dean Wheeler, ladies and gentlemen, the world famous. Phil Henry show. 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Aren't we going to be talking about you, Steve? Well, what happened was I'll do it. Steve what happened was no? There were a few people that complained, and I have to tell you feel you know, you've got some listeners, and you have some fans, quote unquote that are real light weights. As far as I'm concerned. I don't want to get into calling my listeners at names, or my subscribers names, you were your little animated head. Yes. The animated head that you create it, and I was on Instagram today. And I asked him if you Steve I said is that is that the soccer? That's what you asked him the other day. Well, that's a different question. And he goes, oh, cut it out or quit bugging me. Because you're always bugging me. Do you want to get it again, Bobby? No, you're not gonna do it again. She's always asked me is that the soccer. Yeah. Soccer. Is that liberal? Yes, Liverpool, and I had to slingshot. Okay. Well, that's what we got the complaints with people. You took a slingshot and nailed him. I his left test right of the ball back. That's what he said. He goes right in the ball sack. And that's what I started getting phone calls at the at the at the office. We got phone calls at the community center. I got a phone call from your producer, Mr. Dixon, asking come on the air to explain it. Janice Greeley was on the phone. Well, that's what's gonna happen. Bobby because they're kind of stuff is not flying anymore. You know, you're not allowed to hit people get what about biz great. I never touch you. And you know that you don't really hit him. So I don't I don't really hit him. He hits himself. What are your people talking about both but belts himself to make it sound realistic? But I am angry at him. And I do. Yes. Just come after miseries, how to stop her doesn't stop make a couple of times I've had to stop you. So you're trying to tell me that all those times are fake, and I mailed Steve one time with a slingshot to the right a ball bag. Would you stop that place will Bobby you said that you're the one that said balls didn't she say that I did not? I did. That's what I thought. I thought I heard Steve saying. But you've got to believe I aim for it. Well, bobby? I'm telling you right now, you can't do that stuff anymore. Okay. That's domestic violence. The police are going to be alerted. Oh my God. So all the years that I've been on your program three nights. Okay. You'll have to call the police on my my wife, the mother of my boys. I'm not calling the cops on her. I'm not gonna call the cops honored, aren't you Butch up? Steve I had a slingshot I mailed the left met, and you guys are gonna call the cops. That's the way it's going these days homegirl. So I'm just telling you, Bobby. I wouldn't say anything we hadn't gotten phone calls. You've got a bunch of phone calls gas grill. He's one of the she's wanted to take a nutshell. Yeah. That's great. He's wanted to nut for years. What do you mean? The nut shot jenness really wants. What really is one of the me Canas doesn't like Steve. Okay. So if she'd had the shot, he would have had another ectomy, you know, if your internet ectomy. Yeah. I know you're laughing. So what else is new Bobby nothing? I'm taking a bath. The to you get a lot discount sit here in the tub. Steve, bobby? It's us. Sorry. Just. Yeah. A little more like so all's well that ends well, then and you don't mind the enemy that hid. Oh, I think it's a lot of fun. I was the first one that Mr. Henry done did that for we got Bobby an animated head. We have Margaret you have one. I've got one I think it's ridiculous. And what about you Robert new, bud? No, no, thank you. I don't want one. All right. And a couple of guys. Steve bozo has one and j Santa's. So the citizens auxiliary police what about very, I don't know. I mean, you know, you don't want one St. no, I don't. I'd like to know you don't want an animated head because then that means you're I I have to compete with you for for being well known and everything like that. No, no. I don't think so cool man he called me a country. I'm not gonna where's the swing shot. I missed him on purpose. The right from the ball that you guys knock it off. Please screamed at me scream at my wife. That's right. Get on here. Get on here. I'm fine. Thank you very much, Bobby. You know, what your problem is you drink too much Henry, I haven't had a drink in days feels like weeks this very you'll be okay? No, no. I'm not going to be okay. The world famous. Phil Henry show here on the beautiful. Phil Henry show a website and stuff here from the Pacific as executive produced by me. Phil Henry for incorporated all rights reserved on podcast one. Thank you. Don't forget to join us for the chat folks will be a lot better than I'm sure. Tam debris.

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#184 - "Rebuilding Job"

The Agostinho Zinga Show

1:01:12 hr | 2 years ago

#184 - "Rebuilding Job"

"Halladay? Welcome back to the casinos English show episode number one eight full with me your host St. knows Inga. How are you guys doing hope you? Well, hope you are rested while hydrate while lubricate it nice Limba stretches in the morning on a guided meditation, you've time your window. You held out your arms out the window to get some well needed vitamin d they looked at the sky. And so that it was completely gray. You're going to get that vitamin D. Whatever you're doing right now this morning. I hope you are. Well, and if you're listening to sniff, the noon hope you're during your lunch, if you listen to the evening hope you during the evening, I'm your host casinos Inga. And this is my podcast as you can tell by the tone of my voice, I'm pissed off today. A little bit side a little bit disappointed. At a bit confused and rave, very worried. Why you may ox wags C? No. Are you worried on Wednesday? Why would you be worried on Wednesday Wednesday keep saying it's Wednesday fucking cook? Especially anyway, scuffles earlier, I they moody off the noon they evening, blah, blah, blah, and you Spurs they angering the I really shouldn't be today's one of those days where you meant to celebrate the popped out your belly. And this is where MS as for me. Also your birthday, I'm not a real big birthday person. So you're not gonna pick celebrations from me whatsoever. That looking for that guts channel, if you wait to hear me say, I'm gonna I'm not gonna say, except your search, etc. Etc. Etc. I'm grow matter. I I've got problem with grownups people eagerly celebrated their think if you're an adult, and you celebrate your birthday something is critically wrong with you don't set every birthday, you'll grownup gathering. How short toes yourself another year of you successfully staving away. Death over maybe manages still be gave Louis employed. Even though you're probably eagle you recognize. You're probably be domestic pets hang around with you have friends, even you know, you're paying the OSCE have pot now, Jeb even the I don't know, you know, the best owner of the world you have a dog or something. I don't know. There's things to be grateful and toast up to the sky to yourself to by general keep moving anyway with that being said, the reason why the Tate it's because of the result yesterday, totally straight into our stuff. 'cause I don't wanna keep talking about this kind of bullshit. But yes, so it prayed mandate yesterday, and we lost comprehensively mine. I play man's main. I take your home. It was billed as the title decider. It was billed as the most important game of the season ferment city because it was the the the the full last game a game a run of games where the consensually have the title back in their controls long as they got past us what people fall. Was that is coming off the ones that they could win even go to face bandleader difficult teams. They're gonna face before the banana skin could be even though we have been playing well, a local Dhabi's local tensions run high and was gonna wanna prove themselves in the new manager on the insole at the helm gonna wanna play for him. They don't wanna be the club bra blah last night. So lot with Buddha gaming up, and to be honest for the first time ever, I didn't get into hype. I'll have to be others. I did not get corpora hype. I was very much aware of where we are team. I think that free month period, the beginning social came in. And essentially was the good guy versus marinas bad guy role is good. But here's a good Cup in comparison to have been a backup that works for free months because he came in as the bright shiny supply teacher you ever go along with kind of let you kind of come into class free minutes late. Sometimes we let you go out to lunch little bit earlier. He under one's trust that way. By thinking general, the issue that we have here is that the team isn't good enough. Right. We don't have plays. Good enough to make the difference. Play. Good enough. Like take the mental on eventually Nightline the plays. Good enough to make the change. And we'd opening don't have good enough to play the silo football that even an social was the moment. 'cause I this counterattacking football you need a different type of with to kind of make that system work, especially when things ongoing work. So I wasn't confident about a game. But, you know, go into it with quite optimism think, you know, what you never know we start off preloaded to this was the first team. This are pretty good. We put some decent pressure on city with kind of making shaky straightway realize I've been companies weak link in the defense may because of his injury medical because just getting only age, but he was a weak link. Not to say, he is he's as bad as Jones swelling. But in that team for the weakest link into team and someone we get we saw Kiowa leaders low space as he was bumming forward or sometimes concentration goes just inside. Sometimes. So we saw the opportunity for some. Punish them? But as usual United. We don't tend to punish teens when we see a weakness. I think the old United of of yesteryear. I think as most great teams, you see them what they tend to do that. When the team is on the ropes on team is kind of a shaky when a team exposes vulnerabilities to them sometimes for the fall, they own the good team has always punish them or just standard concentrate. You usually in European games. The high level was all makes a mistake. It doesn't go on punish right? Because usually the best players are able to pounce on that. And the best place to live for those members. Especially when training they that in mind either facing 'cause I think of the Champions League, you're gonna be facing some of the best teams in the world, right? Or the best teams in Europe come across some of the best place in the world. So it's likely that they're going to be able to shut you out of the game. Prudhoe fall your own. So you have to keep in mind when you're a great player that you're gonna get one paternity. They're gonna make one mistake you'll going to force them into making the narrow you're going to skip pasta. One time you have to make a count. So we didn't make it count. We had a couple of half chances. Where the final boldly last down within really get the ball to the place day needed to get an immediate lineup here. So I can comment on some of the players go for some play ratings. But we didn't we didn't. We didn't punish them the way we should've punish them in order to kind of make a difference. And as as as a game progress, you full that city will always kind of his second gear reminded me a little bit of the bustle ONA game, especially the second-leg. If boscell always a second gear that when they wanted to score. There would I mean women see what the score they could school and inevitably in the second half, we came out, and you could tell the endurance the fitness levels are dipped considerably which is very concerning because we didn't do much running. Really if you look at C mood us around as much as they have with other teams that really struck us all over the pitch for the most part midfield will do most of the running some sometimes Lynn garden restaurant, but our whole team look completely shot when it came out second half, somebody might be planning holidays. I don't know what's going on. But either way we didn't look like we're a team. That was going to punish city all able to score. We probably would have if we will go to slow the comfort of setpiece didn't end up scoring a gopher Silva very well taken goal some commentators on what you're going on the TV have been saying that oh davick should have shared on a bit better with the goal. I don't agree. I think thousand incredibly great avows incredible finish civil if you look if you go again quickly which had to go again a replay. He approaches Shaw all these left foot, and and would purposely runs to would him takes care of exact that like Sipa direct run into Turkey to kind of reminds me of what I rub it does when he's kind of scoring at bendy kind of go. He was does you is kind of runs directly tools the defender than at the last minute dig out left an embedded around. Because what happens if you look at it from the goalkeeper's point of view the show's coming right on a wet is coming. So by time to realize that he's a it's. Ready Israelis boot and say about that time and what made a better finish. Even more. Impressive reminded me of the short that Rooney used to do a lot in early in the United crib? He kind of wasn't able to finish last ages that kind of that really does where you push the ball out. And instead of an instead of shooting on the two step show issues on a one and a half step one step, and it was good for the FOX because that kind of technique using shoot it when you're kind of like kind in usually you're aiming for the top corner of the upside shoot into woods, usually. The left hand side. He'll usually trying to cut it near pose you cut it to really cover technique, and I just the gates. Be the of vehicle blame navigator for that. Maybe in yesteryears whatever getting voted our best player of the season seizes his best player of the year season. Now, he might be able to save about three never give of nowadays. Probably not just figures a very good finish so crucial because I could have been straight after that goal. We a couple of chain link where we could've we could've scored one between econ- from these lions. Did he get a bit was able to control it you kind of run in front of the ball? Second. John was the one that was just. Unexp unacceptable really doing whether boo came across go just completely missed miss kit. And it went out play. And then you just felt as if like we were never going to school because we needed that quick reaction to kind of guess back into the game. It was never going to happen. And of course, city have have an injury fulsome into bring it on the players that are bringing flexible juju for Dino. They bring on Louisana who have show everyone in the stadium was afraid when he came on and immediately as she was completing ripped on that ciphers is to actually bid hold his own quite well with just a frail sunny out wide, really hugging. The touchline was something that could handle, and they moved us around really well in the cabinet PTACs studying kind of brings forward such growth as amazing Rodney pulls on one side, solely whips out wire to Sunday and scientist good for pure power. And somehow manages like bursts completely fruit Dovid, again, even get his foot saves it usually does he's kinda staple goalkeeping. Choice didn't actually work time. So essentially, we got very thoroughly. There was no way we're gonna come back. If it doesn't fall for the manager social maybe bony substitution of late. I think we had Lukashenko Marshall KOMO essentially come on a second mic minute came off the second goal to lay of change straffing. I would have made a change off the Lynn God missiles to John's very very obvious. We're gonna create anything again, we need to kind of stylus sees play. Pose a game. Bring a couple of first faces try again that way, but it just didn't work out didn't happen. We will beaten by the father to side and at say moving quickly to play ratings looking at the lineup now. Ferrick at give Davidoff Geir, maybe a free again. I don't think it was full. I for civil goal. I'm looking for us not have been on the civil goal. He was a foot maybe for Louisana go. But again power distribution wasn't great by just he just played with the team defend his out good receivable under pressure. So that's probably why he's under pressure kicking the ball out to. So he's both have to be pinched inch perfect. We should reach this nation. And even they are it has no guaranteed the plays to receive your like friends, really small have become hold the bullet, well public and do it. Well, but get your skin you'll you'll get your best plan. Making get signed about free players isn't beneficial setting. Look to prayer is a good idea. So I just figured bution isn't help a place in front of him. So I'll probably give him a full actually young. Was he's usual terrible self. He didn't do that much bad is consistently bad. And I think sunny thing, especially young. Is a lack of attention. He gets from pundits able said you have a day. We shouldn't focus on young because we have other players who should be stepping up and doing more than what's youngest name. But we should be focusing because he's the one that constantly gets picked. He shouldn't be game. Picked. That's the problem. He's that bad. He shouldn't be playing. I don't care by experience. He can't play right back. He can't cross. He can't possible. He's horrible food. And this is the thing. That's really weird about as young as I expect it to be a good defender is converted winger is converted wing of into right back at those meant to be good for. None of any may night finds to sit down and say, we expect as she young to be aversion of Kathrina is going to happen. He's going to be that player. Cool expensive to be at least good attacking the thing that he was doing back in the day when used to be a wingo. Right. You expect to be okay. If he's going to be a good defender, at least the best we can do is that when you push the ball this way for the defendant. He whips in the mean cross fine. That's okay. But it couldn't even do that. The best course did probably the whole season was a freaky took in the first. Off the second half that that that that kind of London apparently sport inch perfect cross our respite didn't really make good movement to run on three different plays kind of behind the players and. Computer out, but a puff and that really abject performance. I'm going to give him a four dominant was surprisingly quite solid again, a play for we should play a lot more than what he's getting played. I know he's as good as any other played a we have is he's nowhere near the level. I understand that where you have to pick between as young meta dominant. I'm picking Mattel dominant every day of the week. I know why get for him. He's a terrible dependent. But he also tries to get Ford is afraid to get on the pressure. You put headwear hearse. He's strong in the tackle is a bit cynical. Visit talion roost and stuff you can be a little bit. You know, he he's ship is on point. He's terrible. An honest around. He's terrible. The reason why he hasn't played that much, but he should be playing head of actually especially on kids. If you not gonna kids 'cause you want experience play play dominant dumbest should play. So I'll give him a five small ING was fucking garbage again not much wrong defensively. But the issue is that because of his lack of calmness because he because you can't play with the ball from the back. Because you can't receive the feet we are so deep as team we received so-so decompose after pick out from him because he can't bring it forward. He's really really bad. And this explain why the guys this vicious shit 'cause he come possible to spoiling. He's come possible to him because he's going to be able to play out wide to play. Anyone for Lindell of fairly quiet did not do much wrong. Maybe five Luke Shaw pre terrible going forward. They really take on these mandates offer an outlet on the left hand side was incredibly timid like you're gonna get ripped. He's plays. For pereira. Probably never main starter is probably a good squad player in the same vein as Fred I that two players who give their all the players always showing the bulls. I'm very I'm I'm Lou must have been fenced him. Because when I see them play. They're always showing the Thai space they will receive it. They're trying to make a change you can tell that you can tell from the defeat evidence. Now, he's probably be one about best trainers. Running around skating tackles scoring goes, he's a plate. I'm sure manages when they come in new image team because he gives absolute only playing for the club for just not technically level needs to be trust to win to this particular game. He didn't did he did he had some misplaced passes. He was a bit slow possession. You should shot. Sometimes when he carried a bull sometimes overall, I'll give them a five Fred safe to properties most courageous performance. But I think some mentioned earlier that I wanted to buy a few sees ago Goff think it shows in the way that they kind of mocked him out of the game. Every time he got the bull. They saw like closing down to give time to get these fee. He's the quickest getting his feet and looking up. But when he does get time he's very good on the ball. He was making lows afford process. I think probably more than ever play us pct. So very I'm very thankful for that sake. But five again pulled Pogos fairly good. I think again, he gets scapegoat a lot because I think he's because of the price type, I think he. Again, I don't really agree with ratings of votes, but he was very in appear for a team of the year though, you might play to get team. And I figured for reason, right. He's a good player story are only wo- cost planning team apart from deputy games. Suffered a crisis of any tries retrying to get his in a boy's trying to make a difference. But the players just on good enough to help him make that change. He did try few positive top that kind of went into no way to try few positive some people think anywhere did lose possession. Sometimes I think every time you lose possession us at the look who is actually in front of him. And because the TV cameras there was no options making ten runs. Swilling? Russia were just running around like headless, chickens smoothing lingered in Russia. William hen's, chickens. So I'll give him probably a six I think so you try to lease to do something. And you could tell you know, that maybe he's in he's resigned. He's gonna go somewhere else. Respite again, pretty terrible you've been terrible. For awhile knows we're talking about because he's the golden child. In the same way of hurricane. But he's been pretty shit again. No real intelligence when he's on the voice football IQ is really low. He's kinda similar vein of calculating in fact that if you don't give them time to just feed him bulls run onto and sprint and just smash boys Kunis mazing, but I think if you give time to figure stuff, and it's instinctual one touch football. He doesn't know what to do case in point those finger the second off for the first off where it was kind of until one and lingam sign decide where to run to kind of make the spaces and Russia just decided to kick it and run past somebody got completely out out of bounds. Like what you do just capable of it further out the pitch and make and make the defend to make you make. The defendant to making a choice of what he what he wants to. Do. They commit to maybe different pas freak or pendant kind of square off to Lynn God web. May be by freaky footballing argue isn't there? It took about pulling. I just like quality Jesse Lingen there the time in day, right? Where I saw on some of the only gonna mention Forbes is associated will say Bev the time of day those time when the and we're getting on Grysman and everyone was saying, oh, we don't need grazing lingered, right because they kind of the same soul role in the team that kind of second strike false nine inbetween that little hole position behind the two. Strikers, some people say we don't need. Agrees league God. And I think that this and other games volume sees as England sometimes the quality. He's a good player. He tries it out. He's runs a lot by the top level quality needed to really make a difference in the big games. Lynn, God doesn't have it that chance, of course, the books. I'm sorry. Just finishing score. Your team gets one team is won. All they don't to be one. We go again, you just go that it's not that big of a chance to miss really in that respect. And I think outside of that. He's runs away shows for the bull. How he plays one two's lack of passage isn't as good as it probably should be. He's controls way should be is making. When these the way it should be. You just isn't an level that we need. Again. A good squad player in the same vein as rush furred Pereira. Fred great squad players even dominant even shawl good score place. But as as to form the over Nukus of your side, no way Jose, they can't be. They can't be the player. We that. We aim to take four overall. A purchase give him four or five. I don't know the full the subs play even mentioned them really Lukavica was actually garbage came on control. Like, it's your manager Laney like in every bounds of him. Sanchez Marshall had no time to come on little time to make a difference. Maybe social did wrong there by normally gonna blame too much indifference any change could have made any difference all very telling how angry Mashallah Tony came on us furious. Definitely for sure place in the beginning. But again, he was fucking shit. Rightfully so because they play were. So that's repair done and the way into the future business of United. So. Just to kind of wrap this up. I'm worried right. And I'm worried because it seems like especially in the recent years, I think people are flies rate is of Matt may night fans like myself and others who will calling for way need to be solved before he goes that new contract up an armed when shmole Jones golfer new contracts and people saying that we don't need defenders because we play that first free most we just need attacking players for the people that were saying kinda phase once of upset we sell daily blend. Those that will the ones that were pissed off. That was doing a team the pundits. And journalists rain is a good option and the offer something different. We we will vote. We've always known this day would come. But we didn't. I don't think I don't think as friends knew how big the issue was every new the scale of the rebuild needed to take us next level or even been Michigan social media a couple of times bushiest going on a few rounds. It's not even what we need in order to win. Again, is what we need to just to compete just to be a conversation. Mccain way like tomorrow, right? I win the league pressure with a with a budget. They have but just to be in the in the conversation to be in amongst compensation to like take off the top fall to to be a good run of games. Guess stages of the European. Championships to get stages of the League Cup of the FA Cup on those fronts. We need so much work in that overall team in the club of looks at things in the mentality. Psyche bay really bug with belief is resigned to worry me that they decided to go social for this job, especially when especially when Maria failed because I think when you look at it from the manager that we hired in fired. We hide David Moyes was kind of the steady reliable evidence permanent manager who kind of evident to finish the top ten or top six 'cause it's a number of years of limit transfer budget thinking was, you know, those modest means guess what you can guess only. One the way could do it might not was he got there. He was never really made level. He could never really adapt to that level of football, kind of prestige, the precious whatever maybe just couldn't handle that platform any rat Sogo sack terrible manager thing. So far manages you judge not by the job that they go sacked by over body work and judging by your manatee, it'd be hired and fired by the fact, he's got no job. Now doesn't seem he's gonna get one very soon especially in in in the new era foot. We're now 'cause showed that he was terrible choice in the first place. Then you get Louis van Gaal got lots of school is kind of a football. Total foot would talk total kind of kind of hub that we kinda would play with devolve into spankings from boss is nine hundred eleven that didn't work out. Then you go from radio's like the the reliable choice. Right. Every way is gone. He's one of championship. Right. You give him money. You let him do what he wants the scored he KYW's he'd highs affiars we once and he will deliver your temperature. This is what he CVS shown us, right? And he couldn't do it. Now, don't get me wrong key came during the time of a very adept man city stead by a very in a one of the best coaches in the world is the best coach willing on your fat with other to willing and able to give him an any any money wants to keep the Cup going cool by Maria couldn't do it. And you couldn't get the plays that he wanted to you could get one or two did get in fucking garbage. You didn't get time to maybe rewrite. He's wrongs because again, we'd caught me way to get better, economists, you think that they probably should have gone for a manager who was able to rebuild something of this such because this is gonna take a lot of rebuild just replace. Let's say maybe six same players looking in the lineup now. And you'd probably if imagine if David again goes you're gonna need a another sub sub goalkeeper behind Romero unless you take him when the kids bring those back gonna replacement for young dominant, you're gonna replacement for small Ling, that's free. You're gonna beat. Petitioned for Lindelof, and or partner and show. You got four plays backline you're gonna probably need to replace one of pct. Fred pereira. 'cause one gonna probably go to the we're gonna stay score players you probably need to replace all make two options or one of front that's going to replace Nuku. Ratcheted Lingotto Sanchez like there's so much work to be done on that team is going to take a lot of foresight of vision. A really long game plan to kind of really get it back to our needs to be. And I think at a moment with the rumors coming out that might feed in a personnel. Coaching in shakily before he came back to my night, a person to news at my name was widely regarded joke is Sunday. Now held in some coaching genius. You can some out manage to scout. All these players have a full able to identify the weak points team. I just don't get it. I just don't understand why. And again, I'm not being knee jerk yet. I'm just I'm just to show social is gonna be a joke. It's a really really big manager of to do. It's not just about signing freer four players guess because if if social was given the Tottenham jug, it'll probably make a lot more sense, right? Because he just needs to keep that keep that momentum keep them in and around the top six maybe sign a couple of players move a couple of plays on. And it's probably it's probably done a good job right division fifth again next season. We're talking them off off on a good job knows going to be moaning center. I have good competition. But to take my night from six now if finish outside talk for which I'm not bothered about. I don't get. Why some finds obsessed? With talk for. Why should we get into Trump is they could just not gonna compete a make up the numbers doesn't any sense? Yes. European night voice time, we shouldn't to also we wanna be these computers to windows. You don't want to be there for like being does it. I'd rather just get four star again. Folks will oversee going to force the glazed ham because they're not gonna get Champions League money, which is the only everybody worried about it. And by the game, which I'm surprised he's job unafraid because he's been absolutely garbage. But yeah, I just I just don't just it's gonna take a of time. It's a big rebuild. I spent about half an hour talking about his hopping out too much of my time. And yeah, I just don't know what the future holds Chelsea now and Sunday people are still thinking we're gonna win the wife, and we're gonna win that nothing. We're gonna win another game this entire season draw couple competing show. Our players want to be there poke looks like he wants to go which I don't blame. If it was ago is clearly our best player in the team. I think every time he gets the bully looks up. There's no running. There's no movement yesterday has to run away back to defensive received. The boy does receivable the pitch defend this bring the ball out. Terrible players all over the parking average players all over the park since have a club infrastructure doesn't really accommodate for four side of. Vision. I don't hear any members out there. Because I remember the time in the first three months where do really well. And then room is coming out, and we don't need to defend anymore. We've got inside. We don't need that. We just need to take attack in places. Like, no, we do different. This. You competent can attack and sit deal and have shit defenders. Even if you don't defense complained to the back UNITA can defend if you're going to sit that deep. It doesn't make any sense like, and if anything we've probably a bit too top-heavy like we could probably get away with signing tie it back for one second play better than what we are. Now. I guarantee you we get forced new defenders. Right. The cover that entire about four the starters twelve players. Absolutely first teamers, right, Wembley soccer. Harry Maguire Toby out of well, maybe keep sure like those get Honi defense and suddenly TV's transformed. But to say that we don't need independently-owned need more tax together talk. No, it's not true. You can stick. So a front for us. It's not gonna work because we don't get the Bolton. We're not gonna pay the way that he was what he wants to get the team in the first place with depends deep pleasures like again, I'm really I don't know. It's going to take a little money time. We've got players aren't gonna live. For go. Wait suspicion that plays at smoothing and Jones have very delusional sense of self. I go in they they they really do that they of my night quality. I remember Jones coming out and say something really ugly one time about how he deserves Stahl something these players are fucking delusional. They absolutely delusional. They don't have absent Scooby what never there because they've never been able to play with top cost players, really retired. You haven't had that row pressure? They've always been kind of been relied on they've been there survived free manager. So I guess in your head. If your play you probably would say if I if I remember, obviously, I'm rate smoothing said when he wasn't picked for the England scored two two euros. Go to World Cup England. Even get doesn't pick into England of lands of star for its biggest couple of the world. I don't care about you only stop because we got inept owners. We don't have. We don't have an infrastructure that can identify what we saw play at what we wanna play the players that can play style Connor ship amount. We don't know. So we have to keep you because we don't have any of. Sets team to really start ahead of the summer. This guy's gonna get fucking testimony you. Wow, wow radio. That's not for my night. I show where it's going to have what's gonna go from now. It's a big job early. I really hope he does succeed. But I've just what you're sure it's gonna work out. Anyway, moving on going up. Let's get out of that. Because I was really bummed me out. So he's so quickly. Suis doubt. How quickly football bums wheel. We saw set you saw game upset about things that don't really concern you or you can't really affected. Not regard. Right. Comedy affect anything that happens in football. While can I do, right? Any proceeds will be done before, you know, the the golden green scarfs shit didn't even even managed to get David fucking Beckham's, weather, and nothing changed. It's just a fucking bizarre and really annoying time to be United. I'm just I dunno just just has all the markings of like in a Similan into melas decline of the years. I just. Balenciaga to some extent. Not this big big big teams are suddenly just being stayed in absolute wrong direction. Suddenly over a number of years. I cannot it's going to be maybe a decade, right? Says we may be one of the league is probably gonna take that long thirty seven seasons, right? Seven years. I think we've not was less on the Premier League can ease. It could easily be could easily get a decade easily while. Living on moving on in. What else could we talk about here? What have I seen? I wanted to mention to you guys. I have what was also. Oh, yes. Pre-man supreme supreme twenty first anniversary twenty fifth anniversary soya twenty three if aaniversary right? I'm sure some of you guys have seen it. But Suprema released in this amazing boxer celebratory version, which I was aware that was which is fucking nothing, which means twenty type vegetation, I came out while nothing. Yesterday in time has gone by like a fucking flesh crazy anyway. So the pre MSA news. The day about their twenty fifth anniversary shirt that they're putting that which is on the screen muddled by the great Larry clock who was the for kids the seminal movie that so convenient spoke to or inspired supreme version of supreme anniversary in April nightfall supreme opened its doors to laugh, I in Fayette street, that's Manhattan becoming the home of new skate culture, which is you know, it's fucking humble brag. 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The need new clothes need new designers to keep promoting pushing out there and these kids just like, you know, the facts just meeting the demand and is new kids coming into street where coming into Russian every single year that kids get younger and younger and younger and younger and younger, they have more disposable income. Their parents may be a little bit younger to demos when it comes to give them the kids recently shoes have the most income there's a real need and desire for close really spits into the face of the society, really sustainability we've been going on. But some of the stuff that these guys are making just laugh like garbage in it like really, and again, I mentioned quite law flexes like rip you get close envelope. People. Again, I have respect for it. Because I think with me personally, I was at as. Rations of having my own brand. But as you can tell me saying he had to webcam on the shit you need microphone. I've got. I've had the bulls to go out there and put my money where my mouth is and make my own brand. So you can have to always approach people who kind of do the correct the most courageous thing and put themselves out there. Right. Is something about criticism that that's something about tourism night already like where you know. You've criticized they don't have the respective admiration needed to understand that this kid who is basically a kid has invested his money or even these backed whatever it may be. He's still risked his reputation alongside a brand put out there risk. Screw people to have it not sell. Well would outsource stuff? He's gone out and done it. But the stuff that they're doing is Google garbage. It like stuff is like so like always the Bonnie this on the shelf next to some of the other high brand or quality brands, you would be like. Wow. That ever by this like while you buy again. The thing. I like about his kids afraid to have their stuff place alongside some of the stores are really storied Browns. Have a lot of history love experience, low quality of talent afraid of the put them next to really high price point stuff. But I'm sorry. Like, there's no way about I'm buying this. I dunno name me another Brandis battle. This like is impossible. Destruc-? Here's quite nice thing. The blue on their that's probably the best seen here, and the trousers data really nice that whole talk is over like, a I would even call a chore jacket a world. Jackie little clips. Here's a clips. Nice. Big Jack pockets here, hop skip and talk a fairly nice jacket looking to lie quality application to hoodie here. But anything different than what you see from those brands on Twitter Instagram like savvier in hills that shit. I just basically fuck, isn't it? This is probably the best thing of it. But again, it's one I am entire capture collection. Probably the best return. But again, I guess if you feel that way inclined this something that you like to seed in fairplay to your buck for me. I just don't get it done. How this stuff is. Right. You know, again installs Bonnie's and selling I guess for the most part they're going to keep the mechanically doing store. Whereas maybe I don't know what I'm talking about. Again, not for me. Keep it moving. in Travis Scott, a one's really nice that Quebec is going to tech site you podcast. Okay. Cool. Cool to hear all these shows by Maria. Look really nice on you. You see these while these wacko Maria waka Maria on Tim Lee, he could channel conditional Japanese on new collaborations disciplines fucking awesome. Welcome maria. Legendary Japanese Brenda Brenda. I fucking bash. She came across when I was intending tall ball back in the day. When I was like eighteen I first construction to the whole street where wealth and stuff, and I was onto twelve ball saw into recommended for unless the guy from gob gob gob still, Ian, something is right. He put me on to that to that end. Suss. What's fabrics shit? He told me about these brands this fucking awesome. While I love the show. They gotta be again. I think we saw a lot these patents shuts floral Weber may be called in pricey especially lost Eason during the fashion weeks loads of people as the kind of influence away to around. We're gonna see more interruptions coming out this summer, especially with the highstreet stores picking up Sesame Street Restos doing. See movies proliferating fruit? If you fed up a pattern shirts, you bag it more fed up 'cause you're gonna see them everywhere. And what's funny is because you know, what's interesting these little bit quality some show some seen that one wants Primavera free years ago. I think there was a member will improve I think. Yeah. Maybe free. See there's a movie India. And I think it's like this pattern where we kept seeing dudes wearing cough Jean shorts. Coaching shows. Some so sucked stack down pulled up. Why Ebersol color bust vans of rebuttal ever done description of making low top sneaker? And then a floral shirt convinced show every leave long-sleeve rolled up that was what everyone was wearing the exact same youthful when every civil person, and it was so freaky to see like everyone's wearing the same thing. Jean shows rolled up. Like Ray short lead, the frame down that White Sox vans all schools, some shaven they got from like retro something. Right. And it was so weird to see. But the nowadays you'll see the same sort of trade happy with these flow shirts because it's come it. Come back and try to do. It's an easy way to kind of cheat on the festival fit. 'cause you still get the kind of in a pup on top with the panel and frozen shit and a bit loose material. You have it loosening bond up. We have a few abandoned echo child's where jeans. Any what's not while during the day? You're gonna see a log at the season. It's just not gonna stop. I think these shirts turning into like the man's verse. The male version of a bummer jacket period where I was getting fed up with seeing bomber jackets everywhere. I think maybe that was when I was. Yeah. I'm just seeing right like design that Kim Jones. Every other urban a collection of Kim. Jones way hasn't done a version of a Boma Jackie. I think one of these favorite silhouettes, and I used to get rid of noise. Always talking bummed could do something else. Interesting ABC. They always have a bummer check in collection. But when you have a bubble checking your wardrobe, and you always he wearing it. You start to realize why they're so important is stable. It's like the same vein as a trenchcoat right or a biker Jackie or a pair of light blue jeans is like just need one in your wardrobe that simply, and I think these flow shirts, even even our hate them. And they're very trendy and they're gonna they're gonna come and go because they're going to be really bad imitations of them coming up in the next few seasons. This welcome supper. We're gonna see those really bad copies of the flow shirts with stop seeing them to accept it. They're gonna keep coming again. Again, again, specialist black suffer these kind of shows like, you know, it's a no brainer for dude. Man. If you're gonna go to festival Goto holiday, there's. There's many options that you can pull in zone options out if you have the outfits look like a ballot. So these are easily to these flows and he's so easy patent. So yeah, great cutting their by weka Maria recommend you check it out does same. 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So Mr John Justin soon is a pass nest being very much associated or tach with the whole cognac Virgil. Abba crew a person who I'm sure most of my read is almost my listeners off Miller with his seminal blog spot. John. Di used to ice kinda browse all the fucking time. I fucking loved us. I it doesn't obey as much as you probably should do nowadays about guessing he's got so much stuff that he's doing other. You probably doesn't have the time to dated bay sensually. It was like a visual mood board that he used to do that doesn't really do that much anymore show. You it now on the screen. So you can check it out. This is the John website and essentially a list of images, I think I remember the time at the bottom of the of the website he'd put Foot's enough something on lines of our this'll be. This is gonna be your best your favorite new side out something on his allies, really bold decoration off the appeared of time of him doing that you kind of recognize it was the best site. Just amazing pitches source for more love the internet kinda harkening back to the days days of tumbler. But then the really tasteful way lows of connection between the pitchers between how you uploaded them similarities and colors and hues. And remember the time when I was talking some of my friends out designers some of involved in industrial sites. I'll just if I was designer or something I would literally use John John's Mike on of mood as big a small collection. You China temperature comedy going on you can easily interpreted lows of actual cues was happening in the culture free. What you see on John just amazingly tasteful images, really credible detail. I love some of the central stuff somebody outfits on their fucking awesome to that stuff. Like this. You know, the the the combination of these genes these vintage vans quences it says the colors just great stop architecture. 'cause product designed stuff like this to Kabul books tones in Hughes office supplies. He's always been kind of secretly obsessed with just lows of great amazing things that you kind of look label extra like just amazing mazing amazing pitches old around just great stuff. Sometimes you slipping deal item promotion this. Right. So you can check that go into stuff that he's actually selling just great stuff into Epstein sniffs dead the shape on the Vichy. Can't get that nowadays stuff on it. Just well that'd be eight is doing quite well good job of making sure they put a VIN is law. So some of the older shoes. Again, just amazingly amazing high quality stuff from John right? I'm sure you're familiar with that. So now, he's kind of he he kinda rose a prominence through Connie's work on then I think but lows of Virgil stop immediately start to ice to kind of talk to emails. What back in the day? I was very much inspired way. Donna just kinda connect to keep going what he's doing. Against not really. I'm not. I'm no one's chilly that I'm so he knew smashing anyway. But, you know, people need encouragement here, and there I just kind of love the he was doing anyway. So he's progressing, really FIS. Cub rations events. He's club rations. I think the home run candle company coverage of the bicycle lots of great operations. But nice soft kind of you know, reaching kinda pumped where not every coverage. She puts out for the exception of maybe a couple of shoes that he's done. I haven't maybe in how with a new balance is I don't think they sold out. They did. But so far he's done really, great work. And now he's gonna kind of ties along to seize a longtime partnership with Reebok, which has been very interesting against the brand isn't really in design guys. The move is the brand that maybe doesn't really get to shine. It probably should do is a brand literally a fan of because of the connotations I have with with Gregg up in the east end of London with scabby kids in my neighborhood, wearing it being associated with being paid National Front. You know, it's ten to for me personally and only for me. Right. So I didn't really get obsession with book. But she. The skate skate in while they're brand collaborate with them and trying to wear tracksuit. Just this bad idea. This pretend re boys you did it wasn't talking about. So but John's has been able just those able to collaborate with REBA end the right way. Do it away makes me actually want to buy the shoes which is fucking read. If you know me, you know, I hate me book with Omaha even even I love cross fit in a big cross the enthusiast. I there's no way in hell them ever gonna wear a pair re books, but he's done this collaboration. So well that is actually making me doing it. So this is he's comedy doing with Reebok. It's a pop up shop base Loesch, basically is looks like it's outfit in the same vein. As our old school sports supply Sposa Klis will supply shops, if you're back in the day like a sports. Spruced iraq's. How it used to be like those kinda shows white shells, shoving used a very sterile environment of any kind of personality, but very much how can it back to the good old days? Right. And he's done an entire collection. Looks like with Reebok tied in with it with much and he's done other side of the collaboration where so of like at HAMAs the olden days east of loads of stuff Elizabeth that he's selling on EBay to raise money. I think amazing might I'm not sure what the deal was but forgo after that the questions look, so cool. Lows of mal great which is obviously obsessive. I'm show the fit of the sweatshirt is going to be also permanent. Fifties sixties, very boxy. No raglan sleeves there. Again. Lows of nice towels the reeboks the reboot traders of see sweatpants done in the brat way. Hoodies tote bags have just really great Staples that every guy can use it. Wardrobe? Just amazing amazing amazing stuff that's one image from the collection day from the actual instance, interior design, the stall, then what else do we have here we have here the actual cashpoint, right way. You actually gonna buy purchase things got table here. Again. Just great furniture around the whole place interior design is absolutely spot on this is the hotel unit of display selling vintage eits, which I'm sure it's been soul. And I was going to be sold seen sold on EBay again probably picked up of of time. He's always been a stickler for very old is books, which I've also been final of. But I usually pick up charity shops stuff for the most part again, just really great stuff massive zero printing machine. Hakkinen? Good again. Just great great. Great great stuff of a huge fight of John. I think he's doing amazing a credit to him. They've been able to take a tumble block to this. High base keys turned himself joke. Solta was a consultant the beginning, essentially, use the pouty incident to hottest his message to broke to more people and to basically, use tumbler, his blogs. Oh, he's a he's a key member. You should actually be on blemish of his mood it, but he may be used as a business called razz as living breathing seavy as living in Brisbane pull for people to check out and see a now look where he's at. Now. He's he's helping out Virgil in yays. During lows of brand consulting work is is calling entire collection under the helm of Reebok love the I love the stole entered scientists about business hours Monday not show Tuesday. Maybe Wednesday perhaps the unclear Friday Saturday possibly Sunday. I dunno also also most just great attention to detail again stationary. Bits and pieces while I'm sure you take our odorant, she MC, right? You pick it up the new things that you want suckers that you want. Just great Shipman. Great stuff. Really really impressed by him yesterday. Smashing it. That's John's a pop up shop. Real over shop for the for the rebound club. See a five woman's shoe shoe gonna come out also up able toys updated ended the week. So I guess if you're in around is in Canada, right? Yes. In quebec. If you end around Montreal go and check that out because he does up. It'll be hanging around next on the list. Here is my idol somebody. I've always looked up to Tom Sachs, again, another passengers kind of rose to prominence over the years freeze association, these network somebody of the indices, nothing if you plug date new aware of movers, the shakers in the art world in your way of the people in yield curve really pushing things forward, they just know nowhere things come from your weather. The lineage will be reading anyway, but you're not I think he's network of friends. He's recent collaborations specially with veggie stuff to do night recently have really kinda rose to prominence and giving the PAF he's always full always kind of gritty deserved. And now it seems like he's with Nike. Eighty the diversion of the Nike shoe. I haven't amendment demoss Yod. He's update that with the shootout you have here on the screen, which I really desperately want. Like, a a parachute of some kind of thing that I wanna buy eventually. And now he's kind of cutting out fade out with the entire Nike cross clothing collection. Which looks exactly like the shoes got his really love that haberdashery kind of like. Pasty vide- rough around the ages look of his work. He's very much obsessed with showing everyone how things put together never really hiding scenes all making things flush always kind of ever exposed exposes stitching contrasted chain showing older flipping clasping not symbolic stuff. Gauche is really core. Love is expected. And I'm just so glad LifeZette able to maintain that same level of standard of level of aesthetic when he kinda works big Bronx can be hard to do when you go for corporations to take your vision kinda plug into what they do is. You can kind of get lost in the kinda finished machine of manufacturing Nike up big plays fuck around. So it's great to see him doing that. What L on look at that punch owes a messenger bag is a punch out there to that looks fucking gray again made in Vietnam. Tom Sachs also done the back. Look great puncher with the with the kind of what you staple welcome. Jacket, you'd say that you see Tom's has for the most by staple jacket. That's will forbade him. See again, the punch your hair worn the back the side jacket with on top of great looks like like, a swimming hat doesn't. It is. That's really nice with templates in the front of like metro again. Just great shit. Put a pen say just great awesome attention to detail really tick co look at these fucking shows massive basis down shows for his does. Does with a web class when front again, really great stuff. Tom sachs. I'm a real big fan of the stuff that he does. I'm really trying to get the trains when they when I eventually get around to get him because they cannot few times couple times ago price quite highly to reach up on two dollars something, but you can't find them quite easily not on besides stuck stuff. So that should be cool. And lastly Tump sack stuff to time with the collection is that he's doing a public. Shop in token at the moment at beams, you should check out your area to babies essentially, like a kind of higher Brown Uniqlo, though, kind of the brand I discovered before Uniqlo at do really great. Staples of Japanese amazing, Staples range, I kiss but down Jackie's collar patches, like great Staples done in a very strict man of way, down a mass market level in nothing different versions of the beams. Plus, whoever versions of different tiers, a great place staple getting New York staple again, Japan to go. Check out. This. This is Tom size pop up shop there a few people flew out for the actual shop being launched. This is the iconic so necessary full inch says he has with a names of like legendary autism influences on the back of the chair sit Barrett. Go ABRAHAM LINCOLN down back which fucking cores. Fuck. Get screen. That the amazing display got the nothing. Nestle not show that saw that really quickly. I will back of says it won't fail because of me also these great low keys screwdrivers hint of it, which are great little to have your pocket or something. Like that. Right. Never know when this time he might need to have it at screwdriver handy to open something to I'm bout something really cool idea at the Pentagon, just really stationary look at expertise John than John for emotional than just the minimum this version. Tom Sachs like my really really cold every older all obsessive stationary in books and really kind of old school ways of doing things right again, tastes ammonia minute. Which my wish the plane causes sold out to get so annoyed by this. Great lamp, just also some shift from Tom Sachs in this pop store and beams I recommend you check it out. It's going to be around think for a while isn't a member saying. In which the to say. Gonna be around onto the six of Mesa's quite a long time. If you're around the area recommend you check it out, Tom sex at beams, amazing, amazing amazing stuff from the guy. Yeah. Greg great stuff men, and that is one hour in one hour on this book. 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7/7/21 - Boomer & Gio How - Hour 3 (8am-9am)

Boomer & Gio

43:51 min | 3 months ago

7/7/21 - Boomer & Gio How - Hour 3 (8am-9am)

"Dealing with adversity and finding ways to unify and overcome it will always be part of our future the new season of hope through history a documentary podcast presentation from c thirteen originals in association with the history channel written and narrated by me jon meacham features moments in our nation's pass when we face challenges as a country and as a world listen and follow season two of hope through history available. Now wherever you get your podcasts. How's your mental health. I'm listening with atlantis. Morissette when it first started i would have my nightly panic attacks but then i started getting really curious about all the sensation from just really started looking at okay so chest as i got really granular in observing the details of what was really going on with breath in my jaw just survival strategy. Cortisol cooking nonstop. Chronic stress is trauma explore more at. I'm listening dot org. You don pissed off at so mark balloons this. I have not seen him in over a year and they came back mussa maggots moose and kim jones this week but they came back last week when i was on vacation and yesterday mark was here. Yesterday was the first day. I had been back since the baby and everything else and moose not once that he make an effort to come in and say hello yesterday at all one. I've seen moose lately. I well i have not. I just told you have not seen mossley. Once he sits down. It's tough for him to get up so You know the other thing too is. I think you're becoming way too emotional that you've had your second child now and you're you have these expectations of your friends like you know monday. Come to me well. Look you know you got up. I want into their student essay instead. A load of kim jones. Because i haven't seen her in a while you know. And i'd seen mark last week because you weren't here i was i'd seen everybody made the and i knew they had to start their show so i actually just went in there to say hello when ceelo was doing his update. Okay like you know. Put it on your cell. No no no. You're willing to understand. He is like one thick some bitch and he sits down. It's jammed jim. That as he's not getting up until he needs to get up if it were last week and i was here under normal circumstances. You're right. I'd put it on myself to go see him but because i had been off he had been back. The whole situation y was gone. We've been friends for a long time. I think he's got come to me. I can't initiate that. You gotta get up. You have to initiate do everything man. I can't do it sometimes. I need people to step up your becoming white to emotional. It's not. I don't think i think you're gotta take a step back and realize that you know he's not thinking the way that you're thinking and i just i won't throw a life changing event last week and i was expecting moves to care about. That's all all right. That's all i'm asking for. He wants moose i do. I do want to care about or moves does care about it. I mean he sent me a generic text. You know is a congrats. All right thanks moose. Appreciate it but i mean i've known him for a long time but now you're mad at him. You're going to fight with them. No no no no. i'm not. it's not come to blows thing it's more like a disappointment. It's really like a deep down disappointment. Like i take stock in who reaches out during certain situations the see how i reciprocate to then. It's i take picture on you. The gold standard okay. So i'm old. Stay see not only do you reach out in the beginning you do follow up check ins. Which is the gold standard okay. You're not just the. Hey i'm just going to appease him by the one text message you check in like a couple of days later. You're the gold standard of making sure things are okay. So that's what i'm trying to see. I thought you'd appreciate. I do appreciate but i don't like i just think you're over emotional and you got a lot going on in his life to now. Does it really take that much to come in here. Like dove did it. A bunch of people see came out yesterday. People went out of their way use. Craig hughes mitch hamster brian. Rooney rick rubin sean argument. All of these guys came in to say something to me. Yesterday i made it was one spike asking us even know him. Let's go to the hotline. Okay as one mark melissa's known as the moose hard time. Getting out of his seat is on the line. So most what's happened man. You hear Your boy geos disappointed at you. I know kim destroy th. I'm i'm just i'm driving down the west side and geos destroy me. Well i got in yesterday right. I was rude. I should have come right to the studio. However when i walked in you guys were interviewing spike and then i got caught up with some other stuff and i saw olivero in the newsroom and was talking to often and kim walked in. And i kinda. Just got sidetracked. And you're right. Gio i was. I was terribly rude. i did. I did not send you a generic generic it was not a generic title was absolutely dotted. I were happy for you guys happy. Everyone's okay that is not a generic. It was pretty. I mean that's something you send to an acquaintance. I think we've been on a vacation together. Wants most you do realize that many years ago but yes we're in vegas. Yeah expected a little more. Maybe a phone call. Maybe and then. I thought i was like wow moose has been very generic with his tax when i see him when i go back to work. That's when i'll get the mousse. I got a hug from people oughta yesterday like a coming hug. Grab sway like roger. Goodell the draft dog and i got totally blown off by you. Let's fair fair criticism. All right you see boomer. What do you ever a every right to be critical. I can't i was rude. i'll come in. I'll give you a big bear hug today. That's what i'm looking for. I mean this is. You know what you're right you're right you're not man i was. I was rude. i should have come in. You're right about that. You've we've vacationed together. You were my wedding. Yeah you're right about that. That was a terrible job. I was actually. I was driving home. I said to myself. I was like moose in the building and he didn't even come say hello walls. I can't believe i'm listening to. I mean it was. Just i mean you guys. I mean if he can't play a talk to you you should. You should be happy. That i care about. Your reaction is not a lot of people out there and care about their reaction. I care about yours. Do you're right just i just got off the phone. My dad i. I was listening guys before i get on your all i hear is. I'm really disappointed in a move. So i'm like and i'm listening for ten seconds. I call. I'm like what am i getting. Turn lifted out because that's a great question. What you want me air Very good mark. Well listen. i'll take your apology. I will accept it and we'll see how you react today. I wanna see you come in here. What time are you going to be in about twenty minutes or so passing twenty four straight right now so we'll be there and i have our all right. Let's see how you react with the big lip. Lock when you get here. Man you guys are what do you mean. You don't think i apologize rude. I should have come in. I should have given them a little. I haven't seen him in a year and a half. that's right and his wife just had i mean it's been a long. You're right you're right you. I and i know that that. I'm right mark and i appreciate you. Validating my feelings even if boomer is on the other side of this thing all right we'll see in a little bit all right. Mark davis yeah. He's he's He's validating my down and out now. Yep validating feelings. Validating my feelings was gone around here. Hey we like it. It's been like a narping overtaking going on really what's happened over the last year and a half there are certain moments that come along odd that you just expect certain things out of people and this was one of those things you know. Yes they happened to be a very busy day around here. Okay right and and by the way you know. I did make the attempt to go in and say hello yesterday. I mean you could have followed me in there but no you're outside getting hugged by everybody else. That's right exactly. And you. Waiting for the marc malusis martyr had a show to do. He was here an hour and a half before he show and did not come into say. Let's go to joe in dix hills. Joe when he got. Joe i gotta tell you guy with the camcorder i want this geo moose hug on digital digital from rocky three music own rocky down as you could make. I wanted onto joe. We're going to try and get that up there for. i know. Sometimes we do things for radio. But i really feel like you are serious. Hurt about dead serious cottam. May brian and long island. what's happening. Gee what happened over there you guys get bit by the millennial bug patchy. Hey brian let me tell you something have you. Have you never been let down by a friend in your life brian. I get over it. I'm a man. I don't care but i just happened yesterday and i hadn't addressed it yet. I'll get over it. I'm not dwelling on it. But it happened yesterday onto me brian. You see what. I gotta deal with over here boom. I feel sorry for you bro. Yeah no it's it's tough you don't realize is just. There's a lot of feelings around here. it's really it's great wanted. The emotional like top comes off his voice. Well that's right we'll start getting into each other's faces it's almost. Espn like oh god. These sort of like the exact opposite now. You know a couple of years ago is he is very useful was here. I mean that was. That was a lot of sniping going on around how it was pretty ugly and i still think that there's sniping from outside. That goes on you think science night. There's always a outside snipe here there. Yeah of course would give me a give. Gimme a name. I want to know the outside. Sniping can go after that person. You don't need to go after anybody. I mean look you're sitting. you're sitting. What i thought was a power chair. But now you've oh it is the power kind of emotional like you've got to cherish the absolute wrong take on the the openly complaining about a of a friend of yours didn't come give you a bear hug. That's a little much. No no it's not. It's exactly what i would expect for a friend from a very long time. So you're telling me how about all the people have reached out to you with the news of garnering darcy. All those people didn't mean something to you all get so. He said he sent you a text. Putin action saying it wasn't a wasn't enough of an emotional reach out. What does he want an emotional reach around. What do you want no. I'm not looking for an emotional reach around boomer. it's not what i'm looking for. But for example. I put martin loose and sal licata in the same frontier from okay. So you've got friends in tears now. i do. Have frontiers boxes. You know that yeah right. You've got boxes. I've got frontiers and the tier in which they are in sal sending me a nice text. I'll accept because he's doing his shows from home moose on the other hand is now back to work and the fact that he's back to work was in the same building as in he agrees he knows he screwed up. I wish you had my back in this situation. Here's somebody here's somebody knows. May freddie and hackensack freddie what's happening boomer yes surprisingly euros football guy and you sound like a jealous little girl all my got a little man. Love is not a bad thing in the morning Boomer gio gives you all the time. Don't get jealous. It's enough to go around deal. The big guy he got he has a lot of love little man. Love is not a bad thing. My friends i have a great day. Frank yes man love. Yeah well i'm not. I'm not jealous. I'm just so over the top ridiculous but what's wrong with a little platonic man love. There's there's nothing wrong with it. But i mean the fact that you're complaining about it on the air there is it's not. It's your use your viewing this through the lens of a complaint. It's just. I'm expressing how i feel and that to me is not a complaint. You know they can complain. Complain complain to me is like Man i planted. He did not come in nice and hug. No it's not. It's it's it's really not a complaint. It's just i need. I feel like. I've got these emotions that i needed to express did soda mark. Mullen tom and fishkill. Tom what's happening. Hey good morning blower geo that. They hear the discussion. I got a little adjustment for your caller that wanted it on video. I think you can play the song the theme song to chariots of fire. When you move sir hugging their go. That'd be perfect do it. Don't be crying around here Brian and danbury what's happening. Brian guys Just i'm just a little concern here. This is like the worst defying of men. All your feelings are getting hurt. I don't wanna go. i'm just boomer. Does that fan have a hurt. Feeling report you can still offer geo. Hr about ryan's. Actually i was thinking about Reporting hr for really letting me down it did. It did cross my mind. I had already started an email tomorrow. Marion and said the subject was marc malusis. But then i stopped and i said i don't want to take it this far. I mean even though what. I experienced a lot of pain right. Didn't wanna take it that it's like a lot of people are in on this mike and blue point mike. What's happening got motive. Like i have to side with boomer on this thing. This is a little bit too weird. It's almost as if geo wants so much love for moose that he gets breakfast. S that's i don't i don't want to have sex with marc malusis. Mike i just want and acknowledgement of. That's that's all. I just wanted any knowledge. I just wanted him to come into the studio. After nazi i hadn't seen him in a year and a half and we just had the baby and he just totally was not on his radar. It was not on his radar. Johnny in rocklin johnny. What's happening. Hey good morning. Guys i gotta take. Go side on this deal not only sheet a committed. Settle open not seen you for a year. You just had a baby. And he should've came with a gift. Oh yeah wow. you're taking it to another level. John c. I don't need the the actual physical gift. I just need to see the appreciation. that's all. I'm looking for an appreciation of what the appreciation of me as a friendship. That's all being there. You're looking for appreciation on there for him. Boy how does he know that you're there for him because you haven't seen him for a year and a half and eating out of your way to say. Hey moose great the a yesterday i did. Not because why is it was on my way to go. Say hi to kim. Okay but for him to come to say hi to me. I feel that way it's different. It's totally different. First of all you and came don't have a long friendship like moose. And i have and and the whole thing about the baby is a big deal. It's totally different. In between you and carlin when carl now no no no. You guys had a friendship. He got mad at you because you were yelling about him or making fun of him. Yeah as one. you know. Stomach stomach at an hudson's twelve. I'm trying to make sure that it doesn't happen again. i'm trying to. There's been a lot of harmony around here boomer. And i don't want to see that happen again. Harm has been great harmonies been also. I feel like we've all been connected. Everything's great so this this was. I saw a brewing schism. And i have addressed it and you ve addressed it openly and you on the air. That's right so i just and i thought you'd appreciate that. Maybe stephen male pac has a pretty good idea. Stevie what's happening. what's up fellas. Listen i gotta suggestion for you jail. Listen i want you to piece things. Up with lisa wilson. She's going to help you get through this. You're gonna kick on block on instagram. And you're going to be great steve. That is a great suggestion. Thank you see. You know what i didn't realize that's what i needed. But that's what i need. I do need zach. Wilson's mom to pull me out of this emotional quagmire that i'm in because of marc malusis. Yes that's what i need. I do have a well. There are several. I've got a personal instagram account. And the wfan instagram account. So maybe i'll go. I still get to her account for my personal instagram account. She doesn't know that once she didn't blocked that one. So i'm gonna go there now and see if there's a recipe or two that is gonna make me feel better about my life each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo you heard this discussion about sluice in jio not coming up and hugging heard a little bit of it. Yep and ngos been bearing his field yes for all of us and we're all kind of seeing this in a different light of you've been around here a long time. You know the the actors involved in this This case so you think joe's right you think should apologize. I'm surprised that moves did not see gio out you know. He's back in the building. They haven't seen each other in a while g outlined for us on the air and on cbs sports network last week. Everything the ordeal that he and his wife went through. I know moose's a dedicated listener. A friend so i i would have thought that you know. They're separated by a couple of feet here. They could've had an exchange at some point. Didn't take the opportunity to do that. Yeah and you felt like it was moussa's should've been moved that reached out like for example. Like when i. When g came on the air and put the news out quickly texted him a congrats. And you know best wishes an all that you know. You're you're awesome. No but it's not about it's just like what is he going to say. Hey moose did you hear. I had a kid like you know. Where's my congratulate boosted cinematheques. We did but it was very generic. He's saying that was enough. But when i saw you yesterday i said okay fine. But he t made an effort i did. I asked him about everything. I don't think it was gone before. He got on the person on my side. By the way. I think in dallas has a recipe and a For your ill here for your good morning. What's happening joy. Hey long time viewer but you know down here in texas we just shoot straight from the hip. Tell us what's going on then. It's obvious to us down here. Geno just tend to getting any to get work. That he won't have any of the motion of joint. What are you doing later. You're right joy hit on something here. It's pretty obvious what he said. We all feel his way. Who are you watching the show right now. My dog. that's great joy. Listen i appreciate you looking out for me. I will not comment on your Your opinion on this situation. But i'm very happy for y'all thank you joy that i appreciate it. More happy for me than marc malusis. Mike in westchester mike. What's happening. Hey guys loved the show just a little quick perspective. Geo yeah i'm gonna assume that moussa's wrong and you're right but man it's a slippery slope. I doubt and i don't know you that you've been perfect route your entire life and you haven't clipped of course not of course you got to keep your expectations lower and look at this as you have. No idea what's going on. What moose right now. Maybe he had a big issue yesterday and was on his mind. If you guys are that close yeah. This is water under the bridge. You keep moving forward get over it and go get him the big bear hug and and be done with it because it's a slippery slope if we hope. Everybody has such high expectations. None of us live that way. I've made same mistakes like like most. It happens out shoot. Call that person somebody died or somebody was born You gotta move forward funniest. The lady from texas. Gotta you gotta stick step back a little bit. Yeah big picture. That i think my kid on some some good stuff there. The bigger man. Well here's another. Mike in oceanside mike in oceanside mike. What's happening. well mike. Hey how you doing guys. What's up. So i'm driving football camp with my twelve year old son and two eleven year old. Yeah and they're very curious as to who's the check that's working with man. Listen i will not be emotionally shamed in this situation. I feel the way i felt and i wanted. Marc malusis to come in and say something to me. And i think i'm sure mike at some point in your life you've got a friend that's lets you dan. You've been disappointed. i think. I probably think that's probably apetit but my son wanted to know if your name was. Go or jia through the whole woman thing go. Now that i'm forgetting about maybe moves has something else going on. There has been a lot of craziness in that. House of the last couple of weeks is internet's been down. He's had to go to his dad's to work the at bat loose in their house that he had to take that that is true. East price spread a little thin. He's felonies doing another filling in for somebody after the moose and maggie show here. He's staying in the studio working ladies and at night a lot of things to keep track of from loses. All right and i accepted his apology. New boss in the building yesterday. Maybe be a little nervous about that of a lot going on here. I don't know if he's nervous about that plus yesterday. When we left a studio there was a ton of people out there in the bullpen and there are a lot of things going on sure.