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Three Wide, No Cover - Weekend Racing Preview - Flemington

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Three Wide, No Cover - Weekend Racing Preview - Flemington

"Hello and welcome to three wide very special edition of three one. Caveat COMING WE'RE GONNA BE SPENDING. The show at two an hour. That's right you didn't ask for getting it anyway. We're we're GONNA be able to cover full rice cards look trainers and jockeys that are absolutely flowing and plenty more Jewish Hello Gentlemen I'm fantastic. I just love the fact that you away giving you something. You don't want punches. He's going to be brilliant in front of you for the next Ayla. Hopefully we actually can possibly information. That can be helpful for Saturday off. You say ends Acti- twenty-fifth Vipul that you say the reigning Melbourne Cup at Flemington. Not just being paraded around but actually running into Rice's state. This is an absolute both. Yes Mr Doubleday that is for sure affable guy to be back on the show. We love to give them what they want. The show this people show. We've had a few on social media and said can you turn the show into a place? Well guess what being better boom Josie mentioned the Melvin van declare last running mobile company. And his back. It's good to same back at Flemington. Having a hit the storm of the year I think the sixty one kilos that and we're talking about a future star to dying star in Russian camelot. Both from the bronze title boy. Oh boy does he have a big day ahead of him denny eyebrow and he's guns blazing Flemington. He's got a few good horses in and he's actually going pretty well at the moment to the foreign. Also look here why fuel stat line North leading before we get to that. We'll go Gypsies crack report. Now our Josie he's back. He's been flat when we came into the studio because he wanted to go. Die Five costume changes because the show is an Ala in the Double Din for the show Josie Five Year. Have you decision to rock the Kim? You're going to be in it for an hour. Just amusing yourself they. You're actually not far from the truth that I was thinking about it but anyway we're aggressing. Ryo True haven't raised at Flemington for a while. We've had the Rafer so I think he's structured play really. Well look good for the moment. We're expecting up to six mills Thursday night so if we get that they're not just more pushing into the Selfridge we know these track draws so there'll be no excuses I expect track to play even if there's no wind to speak as well. Fifteen to twenty minutes can have no impact on holidays. Rices are run in terms of hair trucks. Going to play. I think it'd be even think tank by related. We'll be the K- it's worth noting. When the riles and true learning good full boys. That late is on the truck ride of ran twelve and a half percent. We know the Australian averages away on twenty one percent so it is a little bit below the average obviously then everything else off midfield they have a Hoya struck right but it just means that every horse gets there so I think Barring Lock in running. That's what we're looking for on. Saturday are very good now before we dive into all the rices on the FLEMINGTON cod Josie is gonNA take us through some of jockeys and trainers that are absolutely able on at the moment. You alluded to that in the Boys Josie. Way to where we started. We start with any of our own. Here we'RE GONNA start with Roy. Now this is just lost thirty dies just got some steps up foursome trainers and jockeys you can look at. It doesn't mean they. Horses are all going to win. But it just gives you a chance that you're ahead of the curve Deborah and usually guys at sixteen percent that's he's winning percentage for his career. His Law studies going thirty percent. And you can just roll through. He's runners that he's got on said. I think you've got the process of these horses supplying award in. The first of course is four dollars eighty dollars. Nevache is at six dollars and really solid. That also has lost out. We need extreme prods around the fifty mark and then you've got run to fiction. I Doubt This K- way horse priced at group level. Six dollars into four hundred fifty and five. They only clay spunk about in the mound writing Melbourne Cup winner. He's now in red at ninety. Five and ninety five into a dollar eighty five. Is the Russian Russian camelot. So He's armed and Fahd ready to go dan run. It's worth noting as well. So the reason doing they just because the fact that you'd think the market will attract to these horses. You can't imagine if these horses obviously going in with good form you can mention NATO says Russian camelot Klay. What other boxes are being takes. The train is going at thirty percent. So obviously you'd think the pros replying spice the other China I want to mention here is trump Bassett and a Nedeli young a really good last couple of months but in the Metro area in particular. This is just Metro Victoria winners from their lost twenty-seven again going thirty percent. They're taking the horses to the Metro when they're ready to go their feet and their in winnable races. It's really good planning good placement from the bus it and and Young Cape. Also we've got some jockeys we've got Ali and we've got the other joking. He's looking all and so all these going at thirty one percent ten from his loss that he told me thirty percent now putting context he. Boys only is Roy. Getting usually it's fifteen sixteen percent so it's bikes. He goes running from river and he's still Roy's a wing stroke right a fifteen and sixteen percent there. There's an e mail going thirty percent you've been jockey you're obviously go to feel like any job if you go confidence you can find those gaps when you want no phantom before it's exactly wrought plus when all these hungry he's aged stables he's running for the moment that he launched himself. We think particular Dan. I knew he has these roads for this weekend. He's a bat needs tiles up. They well-placed they good on the way up and would just playing around. They sold them Cannibal. Talk he's known as a write up ninety five dollars. Five is the best rushing Kim Lot. Of course you rods outbound declare a coin collector. Enron the fiction flowing award for deny Brolin so only in Danai. Braun the match up to a question without notice he goes. Obviously you can look at Chaka. Jackie TRAINA COMBINATIONS. And they win right. That's obviously that can record important. Hell important is just going okay. This this China's going to thirty percent this jockeys dying at thirty percent don't doesn't matter whether he's usually rooting for him. But they both off. When I do come together far Tom. One Rice style is that as compelling it's extremely compelling and I think the point being is sometimes a lot of people upon his done actually not win debate chew I bid early. Should I bet like if you're in a host broin and all of our enlist? The map is completely against these whole whistle. This affect with the boys the pros. The market's GonNa be with them. There's just too many factors in their favor. So they're going apply in that office in each looking. Stay here lookie Nolan. While he's got a quarter number of roffe masseur at the source in the first races around the non fifty I star on Die. Boo Dumbo may sixteen dollars. Humboldt current twenty seven the bombings also at twenty seven dollars. And he's Best. Rod would probably superstar taught us third loss dot cool. Jordan Awkward Guidon Alas but that would be that is around the eleven dollars they can use. The bathroom was one of your black books and one for the punt as a few months back so the guy motivating. Us WE'RE GONNA take a break when we come back we're going to having to the Kadett Flemington back to three one night caveat. Let's get the first at Flemington. We've got Joe Fiber in fawing award and Grand Slam divers at five fifty Walter Wagner at seven dollars indictment at seven fifty master non ideal done at twelve dollars six shillings at Nineteen Steinfield. They non those shed I. And he's ownership group vodka friend of the show. He's in that one they hug runs. Well for you might. It's hot at twenty dollars an hour. At Age. Thirty five dollars Josie giant permit brings Abou- took some shillings. Did on the Cross can share that Jacob watching the MAC the map leading rice boys. I think six shillings will go forward. Dr Or raffle with Massa. It's Huxley Interesting one for me. It's drum wide wide each. I wouldn't be surprised if they actually beat. The bulletin probably tried to roll forward. There might be a spot for it other than that. I think a lot of those horses are probably try and be negative mutual. Just settle as they go to seven furlongs Interesting Rice are locked. Defected GRAINS LAMB. Went over to. Adelaide or thought it was a foster on rice. The twelve hundred and fifty maters. Hafa sticking so I'd stand in a locked away at one hundred and fifty two hundred meters at penalties back. It looks like it's rice overestimate so I love the fact that he wanted to find. The loin indeed are locked. The fact that I think is probably going to have a good map again coming out of a false rice. Twelve fifty nail getting two four eight hundred meters or I thought it was probably a really good chain so I walked the fact Joe McNeil. He's running really well and I thought it was. It was it. Was the horse also worth noting that flying award end this Horace Grant. Actually on Dai boat at Baylor at my now battenbough Luna Fox where we saw Luna folks go on and win the produce. He at Flemington as well. After that in that rice flying aboard was probably a bit run. We showed her in the market. And it's probably better run so nail the K. is in Grand Slams going away. I think travelling can really help us can really bring it on. So that's why wouldn't Grand Slam but much between and Flying Award and the other horse? I'm just absolutely scared of. And if there's any market support for the whole stand the bottom worlds. Just didn't think it was probably. It was an educational run. Lost track. Craig Williams goes on if there's market support especially in the low fifty minutes while to run really well for you so just be careful of democracy but I went with Grand Slam Essay Waltz. Knowing fifteen to seven fifty already. Since we've I've been Josie so it's the to suggest that will run. Well an intriguing. Little badly seven-furlong Gallup for me because six shillings will roll forward. Dialysis was able to dictate terms at Caulfield last dot. She's stepping up to four hundred meters down. There's no real pressure from those horses grant State Slam. We're able to say that molehill seat off that fast tempo as you mentioned. But he ran the bane on one Ryan. He's real ganglion and the job went back to the inside writing for them when they taught and he might be concentrated and he zoomed through that gap and then he sold it hit the front and was a little bit grain savvy still learning what it's all about so I was sick for him will be ideal. Boxy Messila. I think this whole us on its trawls from what I've saint can jump in box the first data and there's a little bit of money for that whole early does but shifting in the market. Now what do I do like he though it's hot? I want to go back to the rice. He taught and flowing award flying award was able to sit up on speed. Looked a winner with Damien Oliver Onboard. Saying Dan itself setback with Reagan violence on board and had to pick apart through on a slightly run rice and he was able to get at and claim flowing award flowing. Award photos eighty. It's hot paying twenty bucks and each drawn better than flowing award and it's closer to them flowing so I'm happy to apply H wild. I thought this was really attack. The one awesome strong added that Rice Done also get a notch running transit that whole shooting prove with embiid a seat and then indictment Mike good grants look grain on debut at coalfield this. But my grandma always expect this horse to get back if you're looking for multiples and making grand that tracks applying fe lock you mention they. Souls could go into your multiples as well but it's twenty two one. After Bates flowing award equal five four eighty camel may and I think the markets go wrong. I'm happy to play each wild. I android that very compelling study off the prostate and that one took rice to the Mahmoud is your favorite currently at four forty just ahead of a nerve verve are at four fifty Nevada six dollars cryptic Joe. I don't extreme prod fifty Moscow. Red Thirteen kings broke fifteen chicago seventeen pot. Tom Lava Josie at nineteen dollars. A pair of us at twenty three sacred. She hasn't forty-one Perot City. Forty Sikhs Special Ed. Sixty one. And we'll leisure sixty seven Josie. Yeah that'd be plenty of speed in this one willie dating. I think nerve not verbal. Go forward I think Pila so. Try and find a spot. I reckon she can take possibly late as back if they wanted to be. Positive from the Guy Special secret she has but I think has to go forward extreme pride probably in the same but I think there's going to be plenty of spade in this rice. It's going to be a really interesting setup because the host like nerve verve sick and and now it's coming to a really fast run rice interesting to say what it does. Where did I say Lhamo? I thought it only had the one run here with its seen Dan. It was a long way back in the saddle. Didn't same again to Moyo. I like this was a rice lower and really trying to win at CNN. I love the white attacked. The law needs European hosts Gautam form one hundred and one which sets up perfectly in a rice like these Craig Williams goes in the Seto. Why does thing came these horse to go? It's got looked at rice at saying they ending right through the roof. But if you look at the white horse went through the line and just the white settled and just looks to me. Plenty of progression scores. I love the fact Greg Williams goes on. I want to be with these horse. I think he can win Nevada. It's going to different chain since we spoke about the stats. Well let's go over and I think it'll be hard in the market and that sort of that Chak Aura. It's hard to catch but it is a Flemington horse and I expected to return back to its best Flemington runs. It's part time love on the backup a run really well for you as well bought for me. I Kai Bena sixteen hundred meter rice in that show pain under thirty meters before they start tuning from that. Sixteen hundred meter. Sure then we'll be a lot of pressure hoses will need to work that locked on spate and I've drawn data Lewis Sekou. She has no verve. She has a bit of a gut foster I from on. I burn the candle at both ends. And she just found wanting she's drawn Atta gyn he so happy to tyco. Extreme pride can use those horses get across. She says sixteen hundred meters sick up suits and three point two links. Offshore knee is good enough. If you like extreme choice to come across with that with that split outside what is the runs that Nevada who big new not a Sane Dan. Las Dot going to get an also sign. Nevada and Nevada Charan Lamu. They've joining saw. I can absolve that pressure really. They just kinda kneel little bit of luck getting it now. What about Lamu to is the whole set of Roy Williams guys on board from one can see a little bit closer to these holes and We'll bounce off that first USTRALIAN run We know that this is a winner. The stripped back at home and guaranteed to improve here. And it's going to get the best run in the rice. What do to ease Nevada destroy and saw that to be picking the best path but with the pooling whites with the move to Nevada or think. is the way to go extreme produce the big big improve up for minds up over the mall. If you plying the moldable Josie we're on. Let's have we can boy and on a very good. That's a good advice both on Sunday in a move. We'll take a break when we come back more rising from FLEMINGTON welcome back. Let's look at rights three at high Q. Run to predictions you fiber to heighten station at seven dollars then fundraiser. Bay Honda Wisest Girl. All at seven fifty open-minded fifty cu rupp known fifty chevrolets at four dollars by May sixteen dollars and this is an absolute logjam. Macos regards Murray is eight dollars. Foxy Lighting Nineteen and cure my the best of the rest of thirty five Josie. I mean we start with the map that this looks like an absolute raffle. Yeah absolutely is as bad as a choke rebel? There is data that this rice. I think from putting perspective or just absolutely detests Three or four minutes coming ahead. The Mat to is to be honest. Inordinate always to scale probably goes forward open minded. I think I think regards Marie from the guy has to roll. Forward Fund rises should find a spot. Lodestar I think blinkers I. I'm happy to throw in a drawn. Find a spot families rice really hard and the reason why these rights really hard was. Because I'm worried about a Lotta these horses coming in Leon. Rice last audit corporate Ortho and there was a poll writing rice or didn't want to be with anything out of that and then I settled on this New Zealand now. This is a horse that last finishes third in the listed rice the when it starts to twenty five or two New Zealand tied to get to go out on these New Zealand Horses. But this was the second to catalyst. It has ran second in a group. Two and a trend fourth in a group went over there to catalyst as well and it was twenty dollars in the market but it did run fourth and it has second to kettle. That's you can lawn it up. We've seen catalysts divy he. He's a very good horse. Amok these hose Ford was twenty so the price nail five fifty. I think he's a bit. I am very concerned. The fact he's coming off fifty six days. I had a look around my fan to jump ads. For the holiest which positive especially like the second. I loved it. I didn't really do any work. You don't WANNA walk from jump out but I loved. Harry was through the loan. He looks like he's animal all I think he's better than them. The mock. It'll probably also tell me that now. He could easily start saving right boxing. He's obviously not going to be winning. But if he can be firm in the market or at least Holy Cross. That's where all replying on Saturday. Run to perfection. Obviously in all of this that's going to be in their five or so hopefully the markets if I've hopefully it runs up to market expectation or I thought it was a really tough rice boys but with the New Zealand horse because I think it's got the best form I'm not particularly these other horses form Huntington Station in particular market around ten or eleven dollars. Six thousand a market so I thought it was too skinny from the Josie. And just before. You always take one would you si- shot all the friends that have come about ease? Confidence in New Zealand runs. Ause I think so. I think probably fifteen years ago that I would go to especially for the Dhabi onto Rice's it was Jones those coins and then probably had a bit of a while back a little. And the market's GONNA random good horses matchup. There's no daring that it's here. That's for sure. Just about to say Ron to perfection is co first up with the sixty one kilos Joel. Kind of get an artist run from father again. An Adl luck in the world is going to get. This is going to have to be at ease based and denny. Bruin I run for the souls would be learning about him. Our respect that catalyst full respect expect that he got bullied as a show process. Five two dollars twenty in a group to Rice. One point knowing linked so random perfection. He'll he'll get an ice. Ron Midfield and Ali locks to stoke. So he'll get a little bit of Cabot lay back and monitors one three in a row. Just come across a design leisure these big boys massive orse he'll come across and dictate terms and they let him get a couple of self sectionals from this foreign animated Gallup side. The to the six hundred he'll be have the cat chalet Soho. She scratches from a wide. Barry he guys to Adelaide rice fog. She's my best days and this girl was good. Lading dot shoe kick up and use bonded and then you're GonNa Have Hampton Station knauss box loud style foxy lady. They sold the horses getting US runs. There's a horse and looking forward to running at Flemington. He's hunter they saw big Johnny Sadler Transa- here's a little slow coalfield last but have a look at him get back and then ran the mob and go wash fagin begin a little bit and take up a bit of a Pasi if he gets the raw breaks at the wrong time Bonte. I'm really keen on these horse. Because you can't stand flat. Footed Authority was really good. He's going to back up the forty nine hundred. Beta suits and he can see the look closer if he can begin the Guy. That's really well thought. Kyrie route as the class runner in the rice. Karen mind debuts horses always improve and she was terrific I up. She got back. She just peaked inside the last fifty who run good enough but once again she's drawn she's gotta go back and she's got a need that luck. I think she's a class runner in just with bay. Hanta agree with you. Third Aiming to seven fifty lost out when it was behind floor. You love the seven day backup but I also love the probably getting bigger track and dry track. They probably the effect is as well so I can. Often you coordinate. With beyond this rise to the process you can have a couple of the sides. I very good. We had an early. There is a mobile company and Alice. Bracelet Malcolm Cappellini. Gung ransacked Divan declare ninety five fiber mirror. Ma Seven Fifty Jack Regan on Fifty Heidi at ten dollars. Good audio foreign guy. Appre sorry at v Day mid-term detained scum at twenty one hundred Kern at twenty seven dollars. I just don't seem to win a mature storm. A best of the rest of thirty one box Josie. We groped at nearly go into why. That's what we can do. Matt thinks goalie. Roll Forward Miramar mid term. I think they'll be decent speed. I think the best horse. Obviously you'll probably win whether it's conditioned enough going to start with avail and declare. He's ninety four. I've actually marketing to seventy so. I think I've probably got him wrong. Obviously I think he's GonNa be a lot shorter than that. So pont in terms of On the Saturday he's going to have to get to sixty four dollars for me to actually start to contemplating so he's a little bit short in the market. He's clear top pick. There is no daring that whatsoever. These two starts guy run through. Ryan copy won the Melbourne Cup just last year. He's very well placed. I'd be worried about the sixty one kilos. He's only five kilos over the minimum. There's no issue with that. He's my top peak but in terms of a punting value imply of what I could say. Actually just thought the good idea getting back to a dry track more not a bad bit the place or no. It's very unusual. Going to set up just looking off. Twenty-sixth is lost. I just didn't really work here. I like the fact that he did. Second King of Legrand's Internet Alike Cup to starts ago. All he goes back on he said one ride on these holes for one. Lean on assorted around the three dollars. Fifty three hundred sixty in the place. Dry Track these holes had run really well but obviously the melon company is going to be hard to and Josie Jessica Arafa for. You've been copy on talk your sign. I think he's going to be the winner of these rights but the prosperity of our fence on the top for a free dollars sixty the price value. That's what I said. I'm Paul. Join his typing something against undeclared on Anzac Dyke. That's not the case. Hit Us up if you do very in year mannerisms Josie about tipping a hole on the place. But you know what it's an opinion. We've Okay Martini in rice. Hope that van declared jumps roles and holds a policy that writing to close at wide variety. Las Dot and CD put a lawn through that back at Flemington. Sixty one kilos as close as you can get this Gallup twenty six hundred meters and then just land and superior style the too close to him. The white t to bite him if he's wrought found declared but saying that we'll be for that can probably jump role and tried getting front of him going out of the strike the first talk with. Scolari. It's Miramar Mira Mas Four. To me he's wins over still. Prince Future And also in the lock is good enough good enough for me so he can go forward as hard feet and also tree. This may shaken. Is that a route nine. Guyana three she's GonNa seep back and try and get a little bit of Cava. She was full athletic. Ivy Twenty eight hundred meters. She's getting up to a distance. Now that's going to suit up if you're looking for the moldable say Gayatri for me. Miramar take on Verron declare but he'll be far superior they are plenty to Dorset. Beer crowns. Add get you form gods ready when we come back. We're going to look at the second half of the car. And then of course iron chef who ran the country. You're welcome back to the free world. No let's get straight back into the Rice's of FARMINGTON RICE FOG. A future style here rushing camelot at a dollar. Id Vibert the loft wanted. Ike those betcha foreign non does turning at thirty nine debt and deficit at four hundred. Haman Jacket Fifteen dollars your dealer twenty dollars. Ease the bombing at twenty seven dollars and just over the Pie. Actress and Flanders Writing. Best to the rest at forty one dollars. Josie this has been a good rice three years ago. Who was called egg? Todd wanted then came on the strikes. The Queensland Oaks two years ago Think blue won this race then ran fifty suppressor in the air strikes and then even five years ago horse called them. Genyk won this race and then just was recently at eight and thirty links in the Toga. Hotel benchmark fifty five. So it's a rice rate of different things that can come out of. I think rushing camera end up a little bit closer to weigh Egged. Todd ended up in comparison to them. Genyk and the Toga Hotel. It's a very very nice. Rice was rushing. The worry is the map. I think. The Lifeline Oh go forward Australia so probably roll forward Jack. I think has to be sort of on spayed. I think rushing camelot. Look it's going seven hundred maters thinking about the Dhabi probably goes back and then has to try and find backsaw so at Detroit and find its way into the rice. It's clearly the best horse in the race. Look it's effort packing them. It didn't bright the clock. It's lost four hundred. Lost Two hundred was wasn't at righteous. It was the why that it did. It looked very good but the clock was still okay. We know of got plenty of progression in this horse. Let's not forget this whole US ren at its second rice dot ren second at Flemington in the listed rice so that was a huge performance. It has on us. There's not much else to add. Because there's been so much narrative source I expect Russian camel to win Mocking Bang on even money. Bang on even money is what I'm team. I think he's about a dollar eighty at the moment Yeah Russian Kenmore. He'll be winning. We'll feed head correct barrier mentors and he never got scratched coalfield he probably running in the state legislature. So he's a little bit on the mark but the seven eight hundred meter race. As you mentioned he'd you'll see that we're talking about does suit him where he's at right now he's been very. Many men is with checked at pachyderm. Loss Daddy got the job done. You can pick apart that Rice's many times however you like he did Vadim boy. Seven loved these Gallup at all gave him a good heat up. This is a big field. So he's still a little bit quirky and he still needs to learn to relaxing rises. What will die? I mean all of Ado knowing that these fools needs a good gallop at a strong gallop to get ready for a South Australia Dhabi. Well he's the Capital Point is the Laughlin. He's a very good horse and they sources in really good form and we'll go along laid off tempo. They want to be held up in Baugh from the book and stable. We know that these genuine Tampa. Then there's a number of horses that WANNA back off these hot sprayed and Tiga seat we'll diomede all of a jump well on Russian camelot. And then just let him roll forward and sit outside the logs of the Laughlin who can drag him wrought up into the on. I'll be looking forward to that if Damian decides to make that decision if not he rods by the say. Db's paints broad street. No cover brought him all the best tools and then he's gotta come back and get behind. Betcha flying ditton deficit and the locks have toured. Who will form their role in the market and can coty up. But he's got a rod for a little bit of luck Saturday. The two things ought to be watching from diming all of our on Russian camel. He needs this yet and it wouldn't surprise me if he began well and was posed even sat outside of the law that we might have to run in and keenness rice. Good little rices. I will say if you knew he was going to be posing as you. You're staying and I love him to me if he was positive. He's adult forty chain. That's where it's just the case negative. Then he can go forward game Iva but we both on top. They boys now. You've probably combat the job. Let's have a look at that market now and row. Kranj three dollars seventy five hundred Sacramento on coin collected by the dollar's at six dollars fifty China on at seven dollars so unsealed deliver at third ain't tons Prints Fifteen Lindelani at seven nine stomach. Have Best of the site. Oughta Josie Bissett arrested without Wahine. Toa which means woman warrior. If you deny God's at the twenty six dollars racist very good map Sacramento rows forward coin collector out of that a little. The other horses really WANNA row forward so I think one Sacramento gets it might be able to just take its own leisure guy. Water has has an agent fantastic tastic recording this race. I think they've won. Four out of the last fall. I've so bringing Sacramento. Dan from Sydney is probably a set. Play for these kinds of horses. Obviously not up to the diesel steed running adobe but they just know how to pick apart these water has done it really well in the last five or six years so I look at it for Sacramento. Where did I go? I thought all of these horses coming out of that. Rice lost audit coffee. What if it was a really heavy track Iran really fast daily and they really poorly like it was a hobby? Ron Rice some more. Got a springboard off it but when you say just horses that you think are average ability going to those races with foster on racism really tracks it can knock the absolute stuffing and of them and we don't see them perform against. I was happy to take that type of full moines on of market six dollars the field and I cringe the five hundred three seventy s ready all. I think they're going to get a little bit closer in the market or something a little bit of a different form guide. I'm worried about Sacramento. But I went with sewing seal deliver. Look it's been running in some pretty good minds at falling. Just won a maiden last dot into a dollar seventy yes. It was just a my was moderately run but I loved where it got. Four hundred loss two hundred. It was one of the best of the dye which is very good overstaying journey. I think this can make the progression today so I don't think there's a lot between them and I'm happy to take a horse double figures of market about nine fifty four in the market. Now I'm happy to take a risk on eat. Then he can match up to this level. And this if you have been you know cleft the instills e the Guy Sacramento. I agree with you. Saw Forgive us. Atc Darby run on on the heavy track. Not Good but that second who I've got a lot of respect for that whole senior Michael. Really no style is good enough. This also roll along. Alexandra Hamilton's all sorts. That could go forward from the inside. Guide call going collect when they riding. Quads Bengali finished off strong. When I wrote him to close coalfield he was a sitting duck and he just didn't caught run at and he's lost fifty authorities a little bit disappointing because ballots. The philly she was able to get to the top of human look more locker. Twenty eight hundred for the whole set one. That rice coalfield has role grand. And all love the move marks our at the seven hundred backed up and they're all thinking about running a trip. Hey just when? I'm going to make these little. She genuine style and a locked. The one run building strong road on the lawn to me. That said twenty. I don't have made a site ledger and getting ready for a South Australia. Dhabi plays I think he's spurious dire could bounce out of it because he reminds me of also cold shivers revenge on this rice and then he went on to win assign ledger and then he went on to win the Dhabi and a routing Simla seven hundred Mehta mock getting back getting wound up getting going so just ran. The budget is up the spawn thinking about that royal grant on think he's a good thing for the McCain wearing he's Keller's very good guys we'll take a break now. Don't go anywhere. We got two more rice at Farmington and around the country. Yeah welcome back. Let's have a look at seven thousand meters the going up the strike inevitable is your favorite at our studio four. Esperance at six dollars. Malibu stall third. I Moreno Fourteen Hoban and miss that of three dollars. Four at six dollars. Apologies to connections. They Milwaukee twenty-one presidto twenty three dollars over the pipes famous no why is the best twenty box maybe Misiani? I'm now scholar at that now. You had a good Guy Yano aside. Oriana apologies to you. Thirty seconds gone you. Didn't I just look as we save sprint? Rice the race up the street so interesting news. We have a couple of Rice's up the strike at Flemington. The one Saturday I think middle toward gates will be the advantage. Not Saying you can't win from an aggregate but I think the osage is in your favor if you middle toward gates. Just be aware of that on Saturday. Stock quickly with the inevitable can get that short three dollars. Thirty or forty nine days. Look ten dollars into nine dollars. Fifty behind people in new markets. I wanted to be in his corner and a really hot group. One Rice Didn't run right up to the market expectation. But I think he's more of a twelve hundred fourteen hundred horse for May and there's and made his just think fails and made his unit and good and made a horse royal. I love the fact. It's sixty three days. It's had four. Goes I for three wins. It said three. That made us for two wins third. The third was at the strike behind bold star if these horses affect in the ugly what was nothing short of since I was in the OJ or the inferior grand Runs fourth behind? Fast Ron. Rice middle draw love the setup on with Royal Esperancy? Ease off along Bryk. Last time he writes he pulled up with ready shoe. So obviously Divan had a crack cleaning that issue but they ran fifty seven ninety four behind bold star the digest. That's fast gallop. He loves Astrid Esperance and drops from that sixty. When you carry that second to how voice in the fifty six kilos I think he. He's raw he'll be the whole set of WanNa be riding in this. I'm not too sure about Ulta role whether he stays in malvern. Ore Iran's in Sydney on ECKES Bam no one item is yeah so we just be interested. I mean obviously if he goes to see these data. Jewels scratched out. Tj Smith on the heavy tracking. He might just dying Sydney Cape Ann on that will you folks hepatic on the inevitable. He Authority was pretty plane in the group. One down the strike first up with Patti Pie Betty Pine when he comes over from Scotty Brenton's anyway. Trial was pretty ordinary. Happy to watch him again and taking never more than interesting run a first for Lindsay Smith. He's also international form standing. Maybe not Thales and buddies a class run but Esperance for Megan. There's been a little bit of speaking Maria. The five year old stallion from team snowden and when they bring the whole says I only get a wrought it. What is the scratching of goals mentioned other? Big Pro preside is around twenty six dollars extremely hard to catch these three from twenty five but at the Roy. Based if it's our Flemington I love the fact Jamie causing this Eto. She's beautiful soft Hanes it more. Just go through the roof again. It's best if it's always Flemington. Strike drone that white guy could be an advantage. Don't be surprised to say it. Run a really good rice a lot. Better than what if thing going anyway. Why value punish Josie vast the fiber at the five dollars. Dan Deduced off. Believe we going with what he not yours. These six dollars Kentucky Berries. I also mescaline at ten dollars superstars that I've Evan. She can't Arab at twelve dollars hangmen. And so you in four nine Nobu at sixteen dollars Josie and just over the page and counter to the best. The rest seventeen dollars. Remember those times when we used to be out at restaurants or have. The acting fish were delicious. Very spayed look is a big field he but I don't know if there's a lotta spayed Secunderabad masculine valid. I think it'll roll forward. So you think probably the map was thinking will sit in a forward. Position Kentucky. Braves obviously SORTA will row forward as well but I think once. They formed their spots. That'll be I think they'll back off the TAMPA WHEN SAGAR. Rice was really tough. You spoke about that. Who WAS DODD? Dues dot toy form one hundred and eleven so this whole was stealing listed rice over twenty four hundred meters. It's a really nice dating if it gets in the field. I think it's second emergency. It'll be Mardi hard to say until Saturday morning with the scratchings for that horse. It can definitely run but with Hawkes. Pro Team Hawks. I'd probably just want to say have a bit of a galloping feats in trying to get a couple of races with it but just keep an eye on. It was really tough really tough. I liked rupture I weaned. Excellent at work Nabil yes. It was wearing to work up. I liked it. A lot of these Kentucky Braves. Rice worries me. I think that was a poor rice. I came home really slow. I think worse for the die actually said it on this three runs back to these. I think it's a did set. Roy Trek US Oregon important moment to try and avoid those Sydney where tracks and it never gets to a decent. This hosted run fourth to Mr quickey in Queensland Dhabi. A while back its head to me she is but I think AENA BACK TO WITHDRAW TREK. Craig Williams. I just love the set off. Why does recognise could be a SIP Life Oregon? It's going to run a really big rice and donkey surprise to say a big run from Chapada as well. Easter was very unlucky. A few years ago in Dhabi it gets back to Flemington again joy track. It might Romo for as well but went with. No I'm taking on that. Kentucky Braced Form Punches. Kulak in the last day of this is an unbelievable rice on pipe to trying to pick the winner now the Kentucky Braise seekin Darah bread and potatoes form. It wasn't much petroleum their coalfield back Flemington locks of Delano. Who's GonNa win over secret Uh Sorry Kentucky breeze unsecured Tara Bedside Toy in the form simony Y so I just want to single it in the Strip of back and forth. Oh could win first up at Caulfield from Sydney trained so you win that just riding big clients from the inside barrier airy and he just played it at a three point three links. Lewke spray from full second up. And if you want a striptease foam back he. He's got a super guide and you'll say Bay Times again diabetic group three level. Iva Ramal and a quarter coalfield so I think he's ready to rock and roll now. So you win. I think it'll be eavesdropped. Perfect to get an ice it in behind this big field. That'd be genuine speed on. And if he gets any lack whatsoever and the tracks playing fee so you win with the second up records amazed also. WanNa be running. Very good are plenty of value there in the LAS movie field mccourty. But we'll get to that after the bright along with around the country Mac. The night cover. It's time to go around the country. Some sort of dice day at watching. Julian Scoop Manure for Allah Hall on Employee. They go view. Start where we always start making. You can open serve in the west very good from you. Rice number two live road coming at a three. Really Good Writing Rices Racist. Outta to twenty adults sixty to one dollars seventy two so. The markets got an opinion of these holes pushed out to go in a really fast Ron. Rice did get Bayton but I think that hosted Beta -clusive companies are really nice. It's going on. And since one and then lost dot really slowly run Rice Gobain by read. Cain main just missed but daytime best lost four hundred base laws. Two hundred of the diocese who was has plenty of visibility. I think it's it's up. Well I think he can be. Winning for us are very good now. Head to add nasty alluded to he's table. We'll get sick Josie who you typically. You're right seven number. Five jacket bullet prince. We'll get to four eight hundred meters for the first time but I like the fact that I think the horse will be on spade as a pretty good if it lasts out. I have a twelve hundred and fifty. Three road against the older horses are love on spayed especially Iran Moorefield. I think it's GONNA run a really be graceful. You shall as FA- me race five number seven. If they run they are now. She's jewell accepted Flemington but she runs the wind. I up at thirty eight. Is it saying now? She should have one more men who second run. After winning a Myden she got close to loving. Gabby grew three level. Any three point two links. She's on the way out. Four hundred suits at dumped from a good guy and just rate arriving that for you products. He's taping it out. I'd definitely taking set against Melbourne Josie. Rice yes rice five number thirteen and hopefully it does do that. A prophet is cold the way false prophets sometimes Serbia great young force for favorite brand and digressing rice. Five number thirteen prophet back to sixteen hundred kilo above the minimum fifty four and a half in a close seeks plight sits up well for profit holiday. David and bring to the big fans of the show. This is GonNa get on and off. And he's draw. Member lost on member Laos Tommy Jury Five. I was sixteen not made as a doom anyone Jackson Murphy routing to. He was good last night. He's ready to win. The only gas you got five three or guarantee you in terms of Ireland bidding. On the weekend I went up. Zoom Kohl's around the country that we have Oughta bugs that are backing Prophet and definitely have lost a lot that will be backing a big shed at sprint show. Patty got one of the biggest cause of all our up. Patty that Josie Gotten Sydney? Wouldn't waste so I'm watching the show. Right site number seeks true detective back to a joy track. I think the cave the source. It's best figures. Our with James McDonald in the saddle giant. Donald in the settle on Saturday. And it's coming out of a foster rice. I think it sets up really well for true detective. Lucky don't set it. It'd be getting ready for the couple living sixteen s in the big Patrick Rice. What number three from the Rose Garden Rusu? She was very good on debut she was. I don't know if the Broadway heavy I and she's got a drill. Bit of barrier draw attract. Wallace holes has always been sick up for me rice one number three and gets a kilo and a half of the fiber. Very good I stay. You're based at Birmingham. We've gone for the whole car. Josie better that I yeah. I'm really keen on all to royal in the sprint race. It's the only one spring rice on Saturday at Flemington. And I just love the Middle George drawn. I think that'll be probably the place. Obey to a high percentage fly. And he's I record as we spoke about very good from four off. Sixty three days off the fast plight. Bla-bla-bla alternate royal you. We know thirteen dollars in the last. It's a tough rice. But he's sick and up Ricco disdains dogs and I think he's going to be the one very them control. But that's what goes on. We also have youtube for an air in a studio stayed tough down. It's the court an Igloo hard. What he's shown gone one at and I rushing camelot. No real big field gets into trouble. We want the quality to pipe. Don't we we want? We also be uncle anyway. Let's move on with the Laughlin. Betcha flowing rushing camelot. Myth Ronin deficit. That's the first leg. Let's have a look at rice seeks. He's novice two three four seven and eleven. Let's people we just want to make sure the by the by the top selections in the stake is Josie concern so in in rice. Six in the program. Going in there's nothing on that type of case. He's careful on your box. Rice Seven Cape the inevitable. Lean good we gotta have six twelve thirteen and fourteen which asked Princeton Alzheimer realized the five year old stallion. Let's have a look at. This is a tough rice. And we've stacked it up for you. Three four five eleven now seventeen. Eighteen nineteen are all emergencies folk seven hundred and eight hundred and nine if they get in you've got to have him inequality three full five seventeen eighteen and nineteen. That's the quality of Flemington for one hundred dollars. It's going to be paying around folding point. Twenty nine percent now. The good thing about this as you said on the morning scratching saw you're gonNA come rushing one ad if you want in the first leg. We're just hoping for some value in the corner it'd be gets forty percent of the quality is going to be plenty. Obviously that'll get your costs for about forty percent. If you go one out with Russian camel the other thing is that one too afraid. Those runners in the Nas they could get scratched a net. Bring that brings you. Quality percentage up to about twenty five percent anyway. This is what you can do with that party. Now we've tiptoe around the country typifying. Tv had to have one bit on the weekend. What would it be? Josie oil to royal fits perfectly. Shelley's if she runs a net allied five number seven the and they got any thing and Sidney W. Yes absolutely For you on the line he completely dropped off not going to answer that. Okay thanks for watching gamble responsibly. Of course Steinheim if he can and have a great way.

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Eating Better and Living Better with Victor Penev,  CEO at Edamam LLC

Outcomes Rocket

22:54 min | 2 years ago

Eating Better and Living Better with Victor Penev, CEO at Edamam LLC

"Welcome to the outcomes rocket podcast where we inspire collaborative thinking improved outcomes and business success with today's most successful end, inspiring healthcare leaders and influencers and now your host so marquesses. And welcome back to the outcome bracket. Podcasts saw Marquez here. And today, I've got Victor peninsula on the podcast. He's a serial entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of ETA mom. He's also a mentor and investor in food technology startups in advises early stage entrepreneurs previous Etem bigger co founded and sold Bulgaria's largest internet company net info BG, Victor, also ran the international digital business of playboy enterprises and was instrumental in starting the digital marketing efforts of B M G N, creating an ecommerce capability for for a book club. The betters men book clubs. He's very talented individual. I'm excited to dive into a conversation with him given that he's a little bit more than just healthcare. But just the enterprise of of of wellness health. And and nutrition. So Victor, thanks for joining us on the podcast today legend to be Hugh. So that I leave anything out in your intro that you wanna share with the listeners. I think that about covers it what's now is a context of being passionate for, you know, starting businesses an investment ballots food Helton acknowledgee in at among gun, it's combined so those actions of mind on so to speak in. And so I'm Kevin the really fun writes with this company. That's great, man. Now, you guys obviously cover a lot of different areas. But what is it that got you focused in in in wellness in the first place? So I think it was the realization in we focused on food and nutrition. So in wellness, obviously intimately tied to that. But it was relation sometime ago that. People to let healthily long lives, they need to ease rights, and that the majority of first little problems today obesity, diabetes, even cancer Alzheimer's are linked one way or another to the nutrition, and that people are not making the right choices because they get marketed to because they got all kinds of fads. They follow simply because they have overabundance of food and and not necessarily good for them. And so I saw that as information problem if we get the right data the right information to people when they making food choice in splendor area in the grocery store in that restaurant where they Kuchen at home. We can help them eat better and consequently, healthier and realize longer lives without Connie conditions without problems, and that's going to one got being to Kelvin wellness. I just wanted to help people live those calculus. Thought it's getting foods. The right sued is the is the way to go love that Victor in. You know, it's such a shame that you're right. I mean, so much of our what ails us today has to do with the way that we choose to behave in what we choose to do not to do. What would you say is a hot topic that you would put on today's health leader and business leaders agenda, and how is it that you and your team met atom Amar are tackling it. I into a tent quite a few healthcare, conferences and wellness conferences. So better worse. But as the reality station, most of the conversations center around health care as provides medical service, providing hostels by providers, it would've sake and whatnot. In too little time is devoted to prevention and health, maintenance and wellbeing and not getting to the situation when you have to go to hostile not getting to cabinet chronic condition that needs to be treated, and so if I were to reshuffle, the agenda for all the people running hospital systems and insurance companies in pharma communists, and so on and so forth. I would focus them on. Hell the we get people not to not to get sick. You know? So how can we Monte bathe him? What services can we provide to them? So they better care themselves. You know, whether to eating rights sleeping, more meditating doing physical, exercise, whatever it is. So that will be. The the agenda don't front and obviously on our seclude. And I think that that should be important part of the message for every body out there in the Hilton wellness business that they should promote healed eating and Bush melted. He was sell to changes from one individual to another of personalized guilty eighteen people on beta shape, and they they just don't get sick. So that's that's going to the I know it's generic, but it's going to be item that I think we fight for now for sure so so can you give us an example of how you and your company has created results by by doing this focus? So we actually powered nutrition for quite a few company. Solitaire any anybody from New York Times and foot network to dumping. He's like beard diabetes, and you know, have deal with air p and so on and so forth. Ultimately, we delivering. In our mission, we providing people with information in real time about the nutrient content about the dot and knowledge in content of foods and a making, you know, incremental admittedly, but big enough changed over time for people to make the rights with choices. We can point to a number of deals that we've done solve them. I cannot slows but suffice it to say that right notes for our partners. We reach hundreds of millions of consumers with our data and very soon. I think within next year, we'll be reaching billions of people when some of the deals with done getting lamented. And so that's kind of the impact we tried to drive which fight to make his Nielsen get with many people and kill them, those fried food choices, I think that's really great because we're, you know, oftentimes, it's it's hard. How about the the planning right because you could have a lot of information. And if it were as simple as. Having the information. I think everybody with the internet connection would live in a mansion, and and have six pack. So so how about the planning side, you know? I mean, you guys doing anything to help people on that side. Planning him. You'll you mean meat meal planning we have meal planning and like exactly what they would need because everybody's different. Right. Right. Right went. And that's that's moving deemed for us. You know, ultimately, we started with legis about information and a lot of these behavior science right people eating rights, you can provide them with older kale Celik says recommendations, but they feel like they chips they'll go for the potato chips. Bugah what we've discovered over time. Is that would enough? It's it's always, you know, a hit the brainwashing. But by don't have a better word for it now. But if it were exposed enough times to help them meals. Eventually they'll choose the deal in just being available in the auction said there, so that's one. And then what we're doing now with a lot of our partners around Neil planning, and personalized nutrition is we'd find to marry, you know, personal data from you know, Prum our partners that. Are they managed up relations with chronic conditions? So they made it focused on community of LL, or they may be, you know, just health nuts that are running marathons whatever it is. We tried to marry personal data with nutrition data. So that we can provide real time personalized Neil recommendations, and those will depend on on various things know the basics of, you know, your age gender, and you know, you DVD level, but also thinks like no a your genome, you might rebel your blood chemistry things like that cats for breakfast lady had for lunch. What you have in the fridge this type of thing. So and then planning is is a is an interesting topic because we all think that we plan for meals of the reality of what we've discovered is that people are very ASTA around their meals in everything they had a good, you know, intention to, you know, make a diesel tonight's, you know, they get from tired. They. Just like I'm going to blow the Chinese many in order, you know, that type of thing in so threatening that optionality around the what what foods you choose when you mangoes impulsive decisions is actually with think more impactful than sending somebody deals in the twenty one meal she going to this week on because than the behavior is while they may be eight five of those swing through on meals. When does the rest of impulsive decisions, but we do with the thing that we can Merican realtime your recommendations with some kind of, you know, measurements of you know, I Don Dailey or weekly basis to provide meal planning, so we working with Barclays around that. But we try to adjust our data to the actual Cuban behavior rather than shopping solutions. Don't people saw 'cause they they're not going to take out the sharp food is people want to be tasty as well. And a they have critics. Adding that's great non appreciate you dressing that Victor because it is it is an area where feel like a lot of people struggle. And it's great to to have a partner, you know, that that, you know, whether it be a device or an Email, or however, the information is pushed to the user just to have especially in those moments of high stress or or impulse that you have some nice options that pop up. Absolutely. It's gonna like the same thing, you know, likely to smoke in the campaign to Reagan smoke in. There was a lot of bands Nobel Timothy there was a massive education campaign of white smoke instead and whatnot inch and cabbage. Cheech? He did take time didn't happen over a year two years. And I think we food is the same we indulge too much especially in the western society in there is too much processed food in too much sugar in the region of nauseam. People don't change their habits right away. But I think each you. Yes. He proactively show people healthy options at the taste is well, eventually they'll change that behavior. And I think that's already happening especially with a millennial generation they are much more practice much more attuned to their body in the than tweeted needs in the food state and whatnot. And so I'm very hopeful that in the next ten to twenty years, we will live in the world where dead kits gonna be brought up with a completely different mindset around food, and then we're going to be reaching for chips Coca-Cola on ice cream. They'll be reaching for Celtics next. Maybe it's like, you know, string beans, or whatever it is a lot of it is just how how you brought up. What what you're accustomed to? And I think that's great. And so so you guys have been doing a really great job of partnering you're reaching millions of people gonna be billions here soon. Tell us the time when you had a setback in in what you learn from it. Got we sell all the time. It's a day. Without sale is is not. It's not that joke aside. I I think you know, the biggest thing we changed. The company is moving from a dissimilar to be to be model and he could fella wrong decision whatnot. We we kind of, you know, started with okay, we will serve everyone on the planet directly. And as we moved alone can build a business to consumer products in weeded out, pretty good, initial, traction, etc. Eight hundred thousand installs of our app, and you know, people using a soda time being they happy with our product. But the reality is we didn't find a business model. And so we had a cat to shut the company down or repurpose it. So the state that the Pacific -nology, so we pivoted will get to the model, and you know, it's in an upward pet since then. But you know, we we got the company almost to the brink with with busy motto. It was not understanding. I think the market well enough that people are not willing to pay for data or do their monetization of nutrition days is not as easy in the consumer market smart. So that was that's an example of how we almost on the tail. Yeah. Now, that's really great. And you made a shift in you know, we talk about this topic. A lot in many of our podcast with some of the enterpreneurs that we Avante as you know, what model you pursue. Is it the is it the business to consumers at the business to business and most of the time in healthcare. It's the beat ABI model that tends to be the model that gives that ration given how people pay for things in healthcare. And so you guys you guys successfully made that shift even though you did have that traction when you were doing to see just wasn't providing the the potentially the dollars that you needed to stay afloat so kudos to you for for doing that. What would you say? One of your proudest. The business moments has been to date with the company. You know, we we haven't wince every once in awhile Nike mention it. She'll be names of partners that with you know, partner with that. We've made an impact with a as you build a business. Those become kind of this is just what we're doing to reach the element go. I think what I mentioned earlier is what our proudest achievement is that, you know, those partnerships will now reaching hundreds of millions of people. So we make in really impacting the world, even though it's not directly not slow at we're making really impacting the world within then I hope that next year when a couple of about our partners launch their products with our data will be reaching billions of people. And then you know, that will be for me, I wouldn't say mission accomplished, but the head made a huge step forward. And I think setting us up to impact the way people eat over the world, this is gonna hut through measurement than for us did shoot that point too. Yeah. For sure I think it's great, man. To be able to touch that many people is is a huge thing. It's all about adding value in in. How can you do it scale? And when you're when you're able to do that at scale, you're you're you're starting to make an impact that's that's meaningful. And so tell us a little bit about an exciting project. You're going on today. Exciting project. So we have a few things that are that are gonna Bruin up on our twenty s we probably going to expense capability to provide or snow allies nutrition for various chronic conditions. You know, we're thinking about two hundred different chronic conditions that we might to to kind of go from the get-go and say you have a kid I knew switch until or you have psoriasis. That's what you do. We have throat cancer State Street. That's what to do. So that's that's one area that way developing the other is, you know, being able to to be effective for us. We need to be able to provide personalized recognition people should lead and that involves all their meals on percent of the meals that than you know, some could sometimes they shopping storm. But sometimes they eat out, and we were very much on head of filling up the gaps in the data of people. Eating out because he doesn't need says. But obviously that's in what we working towards that. In a couple of years will be able to know the nutrition of every single he'll ever quote serve provides also to to people so that we can measurably make recommendations. So those are the projects we work work on other than that we have products with artistry working right now a couple of becoming becomes on providing new recommendation plans for cancer, irritable, bowel syndrome and stuff like that. But those the day today that tweet do the division of getting a remedial in in our data saddened being able to personal provide to personalized nutrition recommendations is gonna what we working on. And again, it goes freshman goes, you know, understanding bettas chronic conditions. And then the more exciting stuff that we haven't still touched in realities like linking genome. Dating microbiome data and understanding in a window size develops their understanding how can provide people with personal expectation around the genome microbiome. While you're definitely a mastermind at this Victor. And and I love how you think big in your tackling populations. Not just the individual and in so super exciting to see you guys moving at the pace year moving and and I'll definitely be keeping up with you guys in by the way, folks, if you're curious about victor's company at mom will provide a link to to the company on the show notes, which you know, you go and find an outcomes rocket that health. Just I tand Etta mom on the search bar and you'll find it there, so Victor this. This is a fascinating stuff getting close to the end here. We're gonna we're gonna do a lightning round. I've got five questions for you. It's the ABC's of Victor paneth. So here are the questions ready. Yup. Going. All right. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes? Eating the best ways to get to people being sick. You know, just prevention that's the game. What's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid in healthcare? I think it is presuming as provide I guess, it was kilkare system presuming that, you know, what's best for the consumer and not listening to to them to the to the patient. I think the biggest fall is to shutdown solutions versus listened to the consumer than create solutions for them. How do you stay relevant despite constant change? You keep changing. There's no other way. That's the world around us. The keeps changing all the time. And you don't change with. It's gonna stay all of them's. So it's it's a it's a practice today. Practice. Hey, man, my friend. What's one area of focus that drives everything in your organization? A week. I have a vision that we can help people lists two hundred and twenty without ever getting sick or Kevin a mental disease. And I think that's what the area focuses which shows food is kind of the way to Bill. You know, that's gonna keeps me motivated. I I personally do to reach that goal. And I think everybody on the planet Kim lot Victor. I wanna be there with you one twenty. That's a mental age each you. Don't get sick, ma'am. I love it. While folks live to one twenty dive into this interview. Listen to it again Vickers. Definitely got some inspiring thoughts on on really food nutrition wellness, would you say your your book recommendation is to the guests? Gone through so many books, but I there's one book that I keep getting to people. It's the Dow ditching loudness infamous treatise on, cultivate, life and the universe. I I find that to be fascinating because those synthesized wisdom in verses that are just not mind blowing. So I haven't raised in a while. But I when I have to give the Bill to somebody. I don't know I feel you know, they need a little bit of extra push as the book. I gave. Love it how they Jing again, folks. Go to outcomes rock if that health and type in the search bar ETA mom or just I've been Victor Panov. That's Victor P E N E V, you're gonna find this entire interview transcript as well as linked to the books resources in an area. Areas of discussion today before we conclude I love if you could just share a closing thought Victor in the best place for the listeners could get in touch with you on so snug with the best place, the you can Email me at among dot com. A much more diligence with Email them and yet music communication. I forget what was the percent of the questions you that. If just a closing thought for the listeners closing talks listeners take care of yourself. I think that's that's important. I think in today's world we around like crazy we measured by clocks. We always have things to do. And we forget to take care of ourselves, and ultimately would pay the price. So if I had a one advised inches make time to take care of yourself. It's a beautiful Victor. And I love that message. And I will take that message. In definitely flight myself listeners take care yourself, Victor, really appreciate you taking time to be with us today. Appreciate them as well. Thanks for listening to the outcomes rocket podcast, these shooter visit us on the web at WWW dot outcomes. Rocket dot com for the show notes resources inspiration and so much more.

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EP18 - We all are in two kinds of business

The Fast Growth Podcast

14:48 min | 2 years ago

EP18 - We all are in two kinds of business

"Hey guys what's up jag hair and welcome to the foss growth podcast episode number eighteen today today. We're gonna talk about <hes>. We all are into type of business ace and what are those two types. I wanna share a story with the with the guys see one of our clients story. What happened when you start doing the what we gonna say we to top of businesses so let's get into. Let's let's start talking. Let's start chatting about the. I always talk about this. <hes> other videos any event i go to any speak at <hes> that we we all are into the upper businesses and the if we understand this as quickly as possible in a as we adopt this in our business in a life then makes she life easier from the business perspective and also from <hes> from our personal growth perspective as well see number one thing we all are in education education business rod willing education business. I'm a big believer off days that <hes> you climbed to not buying from today because you haven't educated added them enough that the that they can understand that that you can actually solve the problem so that's number one thing so we all we all must have been educating educating our client. If you wanna create global business we need to educate people on a global basis on a daily basis as well right so you go out there and speak to people globally bleat and help them understand that how you can actually solve their problem right. This is an education three so doesn't matter what you do whether you're gonna count and and whether you are a mortgage broker whether you are a life coach whether you are swimming instructor nor whether you are remedial massage therapist we we all must go out and educate people and educating a way that they understand it and they understand the concept that if they have this problem and they think of you name. That's what we wanna do it. As part of the education because a lot of people are not buying from anybody else or the people they buy from people people in this ten they can solve the problem right so this is a very different concept compared to wear businesses. Just talking about you know we are <hes> the remedial massage hodge people come and buy from us. We are the account and get the tax return but they're not doing anything else other than this right so most people in most businesses only only concentrate on dodig democracy which is just common buy from us right so this is very different approach <hes> in any business and we teach on same approach to any business right if you are in the business of helping people if you're already in the business of selling your skill set to make money you must have this business that you must educate people right so this is the number one thing we all must educate our clients. We all must educate the world and help them understand if they have this type of problem. They come and speak to us. They come and buy from us. They come in and we can actually help them solve this problem. That's number one thing. What is the number two thing. We all are in a business off media today. We all show whether you like it whether you don't like it whether you save facebook is taking a lot of time whether you say the link teenagers taking up way too much time but people in time it is head to stay. Hey if not facebook today. Something else might be tomorrow but this world is here to stay. Youtube is head to stay or type of youtube abbie's. Hey to stay because most kids if you look at it today. This spend more time on the bed. They spend more time watching movies. These are youtube clips on their ipads or even if they watch t._v. They watch or stream it on t._v. I know this really well because we we got two kids <hes> in our house what they do it. They never watch tv ride the traditional way which we grown up as a kid. We watch t._v. All the time we watched stuff on t._v. Right so if you are in my age you probably grown up watching tv and all these cartoons on t._v. Now this world's had changed people out there. There are people like you and me are creating the world right people like you and me are creating. The media numb to the in the past media was very limited to certain the type of people. They were the people who we saw on t._v. They were the people who had access to certain things. Those are the people who went to the acting school and learn sudden skills skills now. Everybody's got media wash what everybody's got a phone in their pocket. Everybody's got a camera. Everybody can shoot video anytime. I tell we all learning arena media business. The quicker you adopt this india business and the quicker you start to use this. Your business will go to the next level so if you're not doing it today. You must consider it. You must consider the because you don't want to be a blockbuster or kodak squad for blackberry that way you just even moved out of the business like texting dusty the buffet example seat most people when i go out and speak about this and they have one question always comes up what happens to those people who look at what happens to those the people who drive taxis today what happens to don't you feel bad for those people yeah do as a person as a human being. I suddenly feel bad for those people right but it but on the other hand is they must know this. We are human race. We are here to evolve. Get to the next level right for those people who don't evolve die. That's the way the human race works right so you must understand this concept from a human race ace perspective if we don't evolve die so this is an different evolution see when people came from radio to tv lot of people said at the time writes excluding people who had a job on radio stations. They pretty much gone same thing what happened with the t._v. When the internet came in came thing what happened with the newspaper when the internet kim lot of jobs gone generally stuff pretty much disappearing now why because internet is becoming everybody's got a journalist twitter became the number one thing everybody can ensued things not right so very different world. We're living in today so if you're not adopting it to the next level. It's what can happen. It's just going to be really hard to run a business. In next couple of years you might just ended up going back to an book for somebody else wise that because companies and the world and the business businesses changing the way we used to do the business i come from a corporate background seen the culprits during the business those way of doing business completely blatantly gone see when i was growing up when i was studying and i was doing my on monsters we were taught and they see the university will. We were taught that you know this concepts that we are in b. two b. business. We are in a b._t._c. business. This is the way they communicate right. If you go to any marketing company today they ask you this question. This is the way they ask you and this is what you understand the way they come from as well right they come from a traditional marketing world which people people used to ask. Who's your client. Are you be to be business or are you a b._t._c. business means that business to business or business to consumer who you selling telling to write the traditional questions rights but now look at this doesn't matter where you are today and it is applies to <hes> <hes> whether it's a one man shop or whether to corporation like ibm and apple right it applies to everything we there was once upon a time way we did the business business with those businesses who are behind closed doors. We didn't actually know anything about those people. They stayed behind those closed door. We still bought stuff from them but now the times are changing. We don't buy from people who we don't know and we don't understand and we don't like that's why we love apple because the jaw was the face off apple. That's why we like tesla because elon. Musk is the face alias off tesla. That's why if you like facebook. We known who is behind it right and that's the reason people like companies right so we are the time has changed. We are not b. two b. companies. We are not beatasikh companies anymore. We are e two p. Companies means a people people to people companies. We work with people. We like to see those people who are behind these closed doors behind those big walls and we want to see them. What do we want to feel connected to people who feel connected they buy from us so in your business. You must understand this concept so these things right. It doesn't matter what you do whether you an accounting firm or whether your life coach yard so you must have these things in your business you are in education business and you are in a media business. Let me give you an example of what happened to one of our clients ride search about three months ago. We took a marketing <hes> <unk> over from one of the clients he runs a dentist. Business has bought a ton o'gara five million to two million parents and it's a big business <hes> compared to any other like you know <hes> small business if look at it <hes> so they'd taken a marketing so what they've been doing from last many as from last couple of years the only did one thing that was very a straightforward direct marketing means that telling people to come and buy from them. That's the only thing they have been doing <hes> from a couple years and they they grow and business see what happened is non big sheet that black twin the business that <hes> from lost nine to ten months they tried and tried again and again but they couldn't cross crossed that more amount of revenue right so they stayed in that plateaued revenue so one month they might have a better revenue coming in the next month. They go down again in as well so bitch pretty much say that whatever they've been doing it just stayed there so if you and they asked us to help them and and we had a national strategy session understood the business and we came back with a different strategy session right strategy for them for next six months what they must be doing so. It's been three months now. Let me give you what happened so same thing what i talked about earlier same concept. Are we explained to them that you are not in a dentist dentist's ward anymore. You are in education industry. You are a media company in it doesn't matter what you do in the background. Yes you help people you help them with the united dentist dr traditional way of looking at it but also an education provider and also you had a media company. How do we integrate that in your business that we need to come up with that. We need to do certain series of videos to educate people about certain things like how do they look off to the teeth when or before or after the visit a dentist sworn wine to educate people create some videos are create some information for people who leave give them something when they leave not just give them a toothpaste and toothbrush brush but give them something more than that seen last three months what happened the person who owns the dental dental practice being asked to speak at a couple of events since the person got a different <hes> sort of nisha now where he gone and spoken different <hes> places about this and he started charging for this so he pretty much had <hes> you know about ten thousand dollars or fifteen thousand dollars five thousand dollars are coming through like this just as wall but along with that along with that he actually known started to grow his business in different cities as well before that the dental breakfasts was only in one place now he's been asked to come and check common practice at different places in the same city as well before that they were just just doing an eastern suburbs in the city but now there'd be nas to actually operate invest in north has well so these opportunities just came up. Why did they come up like the seat. This is global thing writer. Human psychology doesn't matter which part of the world you live in. We all are same aimed bought of human race and we all behave exactly the same way underneath the culture. If i remove the culture away underneath the culture we all have same needs same designs same wants because we are humans right so because of that every humans have a same sort of desire same sort of wants same sorta needs so once you understand this humans have a bigger need to learn to educate run. They wanna grow every every humans have this need. That's why we spent so much time at schools and universities whoever fulfilled a need for them they believe that that that person is the authority of that demane why that person is the authority because of that you attract new opportunities very different concept concept right very very very different way of looking at it so that person the dental practice is crazy growing now and the started it so now they understood this one one thing that we are in a business off education but also we are in a business of media as well right so education and media fifty percent education fifty fifty percent media. You must have that india. Business doesn't matter what you do you must have that as part of your business at the back end. You must serve your clients. You provide wide that consulting you provide that help but also at the front end of the business. You must have an education. You must have a media rights. This is we all are in the same business. <hes> i doesn't matter what you do at the back until hope this was useful for one of our clients. It's really good for us. It's been really good for all the other people we work with. This is the only the thing we talk about it with teach them to begin with before we go and start talking something else as a strategy so i take this way and applied this new business snus and you'll see in next three to six months. Your business is very different and your business will start to grow from from wherever whichever level yet it's it's gonna be definitely a different level in next month's. Nobody it right to let me know. How did you go after this so thank you for listening and i'll speak to you tomorrow.

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La Movida Etapa 16 del Tour de Francia 2020

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That 80s Show - The Podcast. Coming 2 America made Paulo sad | Miami Vice cameos | The Robocop statue is homeless

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

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That 80s Show - The Podcast. Coming 2 America made Paulo sad | Miami Vice cameos | The Robocop statue is homeless

"No no no no. No no no. No no contin- show and this week. You can blame. Canada canada's fault for the amazing music. You're over the next hour or so. Canada the bid america. Can we say the eight what you promised me. You can introduce the theme of the week. 'cause you came up with it. It's so hard. Came up with it. the. I can't even remember. What know is that. I kind of was like you know we did that. Australian show german but we did a show a while neck way. We would like songs from australia will win else. Lack heaven we have we. Have we not done songs from. There is not the usual. Uk usa top thing. And then i was. Let me look into canada. And then i was mind blown. That's so many of our favorites and even know we're from canada right. I know when you shared the list with me as lock. No surely no. I double check to you because i was like surely candidate. We're just gonna play like an hour of celine dion and bryan adams like that. That's pretty much what i thought. That lazily but So this week is all the canadians. But i'm gonna start with america actually For the first time it's happened while we'd be doing this show on a weekly basis. That one of our favourite eighty s shows has been has got its reboot and we can talk about it. Well other than cobra kai okay so so cobra kai was one but we missed the new ghostbusters. The one with the ladies to watch that no done the there is a new ghostbusters was supposed to come out last year. But there is a follow up ghostbusters. Sort of story lives in the same universe which that should be quite good. But we've been waiting and waiting and waiting for years. For the sequel to coming to america and lost week on amazon prime. Coming to american number two came out now. It's goes city odd years into the future and current day wins ''amanda eighty mufi is now the king and he needs an heir to his throne and he finds out that he has a son conceived during his time in new york city so they go back to get him and train them up and prepare for his role as royalty. Dari what you said you watch the movie. I watched it. What have been your feedback. What has been your feedback on coming to america visible. I didn't even know that that was the plotline. Thanks for the spoils. Unjam kitting out of ernie. I didn't know that that was the trailers it's an it's an all the more straight up but now here's my question now that you've said that who else did he sleep with when he was there in the first movie. He's only got eyes for one woman so they read konitz rot so deeply uncomfortable but also quite funny scene they read con- how this is possible because you quiet riot he earned for one no so they make up some elaborate. Okay so i've seen very mixed reports of this movie i am. You know the people who are big fans of zama bata. Oh this is amazing is wonderfully watcher. She's fantastic but they don't talk about the movie itself talked about her in and so that they've they've been very positive about it and then this being a couple of articles that i've seen about how well no no it's ruined. You know what culture has ruined us. It's just it's no good. So i've seen very mixed responses and like i said i haven't watched it yet. I started watching on friday when it came out. I watched the first five minutes. 'cause i was excited to see what's holding was about. I watched the first five minutes. I didn't have time to watch but even five minutes. I'm going to have to scout on my expectations on this ethic. Like i could already see. Oh is also being reports about astro phobic. So this is a mixed reports where it's all over the work cultures rounded or it's actually still offensive to african people signing up. So tell me yes. So right. And i'm gonna tell you something right now you know for me eddie murphy can do no wrong and i'm going to touch on this album late in the show. It can do no wrong. You need to scale your expectations. Down to fucking meet dave levels of eddie murphy movie. Rodman me dave where he has like a giant and even watch that day. Yes you have to scale yourself to movies levels of expectations. Eddie murphy it is a fucking not that you say. I'm quite surprised. I haven't seen anything they said were. Culture are founded so an allison. I'm not. I'm not the sensitive when you that. Yeah but i felt quite uncomfortable with the portrayal of africa. The evron spoken this weird accent. Every african was a stereotype. I mean you had the warlord. Wesley snaps as a warlord trying to marry off his daughter again. I'm not giving anything on trailers The positions apron in africa's other service if they servants to eighty movies family. Yeah but they're still servants. The american characters are like the cheap tyler. Perry media ripoffs. That are just so stereotypical. It's just affeldt and comfortable and what position. I'd say i'm uncomfortable. I felt it was such an uncomfortable movie and just so cheap address just so cheap. It's like there was no if put into re imagining the movie. So i mean all that stuff that you've just said hold portrayal of africa was in the original. It was like that but we will molin. That's how the rod so you know that's just it was so you're saying yeah dj ravi kind of was like i'm not changing. We need to stick to the original idea and screw. Everyone has to be offended insensitive about maybe and these like this disney like black panther. What kinda comparisons right. Because it's both fictional africa but the way they handle condo was just so respectful and and researched and there was like weird little accidents and things like that. But yeah it wasn't hide your and then on top of it you know i think you can take like like cultural cultural snafus when it's kind of funny in a way not even fucking funny. It was a not me not me. I'm so sad. So are we saying pallor. That eddie murphy can do all this. A dissertation dory. I have gone down a path. And i will. I will ask you to put on your comfortable shoes for a little bit later in the show to come down this path with me so i think it's quite apt at this week. We are in canada because we don went to america and we went back to america and it was shit. This is that eighty show very serious opening my door and very serious movie conversation. We had okay and now in actual movie review segment which is gonna talk shit about movies and trash them and i'm not gonna trash man. Movie movie is something that actually i enjoyed and it's not a dp depressive depressing mega movie. Just i mean i have to say this. For the next few weeks until the traumas past from maybe is is a mixture of serious end and funny you know how like they'd be like the serious dramas and then once in a while they'd be like finding one. Lana that kinda thing like when we discussed the action movie that time when redo the to be pursuit and was action action series in. Funny one. Lana this is serious. Serious drama funny one lung but it really works and this movie is definitely a serious cusick is hearing about this movie. Probably in the late eighties came in nineteen eighty. Three way everywhere. You turn people talking about this movie. This is the conic. It's kind of conic movie of the back. It's an reading potent full. Very well-known ensemble cost and i hadn't watched it and i got around to watching it when i was older probably in the late eighties maybe desire vinci watch the song and i loved it. Execute loved it and then i had forgotten about comedian. I was looking for something to do for the show. I remember this movie. What i can tell you about. This movie is that it inspired the very incipient nineties. Tv series fifty something god those now in the ninety s he'll like honestly like in the ninety s for me a teenager a show about thirty something was like. Oh god it'll be eighty seven thing. It's i would no way now. Even lock in a were older. We still wouldn't appreciate. It was just a crap which was horrible was just horrible set. When i saw that. That was inspired by this movie. I was like oh no you joking. Because this movie's really great to tell you this movie stars. Tom barron john. Glenn close jeff. Goldblum william hurt kevin. Kline make thity. Mary kay place with williams along an costs. It's a very amazing on some calls. And i have to say jeff. Goldblum is i mean. He always love him. He's amazing but he's character Creep in this movie delirious to watch jeff goldblum playing a creep. Lemme imagine late me magin. He doesn't really well. And all the all the cost in this movie. They are in the fifties but they originally met in undisclosed late teens early twenties because they are friends from college who have reunited and they have reunited for the funeral of one of the members of the group who has committed suicide. It's about everything suicide. Despair where's our hope. Go lost hope. That's it lost. Hope columbia pictures invites you the to return to the weekend that started it all remember the music and the moments ground is ready to plant plan to see. Who's going to be the lucky fun. Worried to what the friendship and the romance. Alex and i made love the night before he died. It was fantastic the laughter and the tears. I was at my best when i was with. You got me you people ever happened to me. I mean how much sex fun friendship from man take this teen years ago. The big chill out launch the careers of some of today's biggest stars and became one of the most memorable films of the decade asinine drugs now on november sixth. The big chill is back on the big screen on digitally remastered print. And instead over the first time. Tom barringer glenn. Close jeff. Goldblum william hurt kevin clone. Mary kay place meg. Tilly and jo beth williams crap picking my oh karen trial coming to bring in a cold. World is up folks. we're all he's still need your friends to keep you warm. People think about me. You don't have that problem here. The big deal lawrence kasdan filled in theaters november six. I have heard of the movie. Big chill but i somehow thought it was so vase. Stallone being trapped in an avalanche. And let me tell you something funny about that right so so you watch that. And so it says they You know starring some of the biggest actors of autom- that's true but you don't because we're so used to seeing them older even though you see them young you still see them old. They look younger than i am. Now what these people are not looking like the cities. I mean kevin kline So now And i got to be honest or the. Yeah i gotta be honest. I would have preferred if all of them were trapped in an avalanche and started freezing to death one by one. That's what i was really hoping for. Well it's not that kind of movie. So the only thing i have i have complained about is the the soundtracks all sixties and seventies even though the movie is supposedly sent in nineteen eighty as well they would. They were in college fifteen years before which would be the late sixties so. The music is from the tom when they will go together. They memories so the soundtrack is sixties seventies. But it's still great. I mean great souls and so the thing is it's like it's kind of almost a lot of stuff you would expect. These people get together so in the original version kevin. Costner played the guy who killed himself and apparently they were scenes with him in it. I soon flashbacks. And will positively. There was a scene. 'cause there's a scene where like he's in the open confident funeral so possibly that showed him and then what happened was the director who is very famous. Strict lawrence katz. And he's done many many things that we know. He decided to cut all the scenes with kevin costner his face which according to read none made more intriguing mysterious because the whole movie. I talking about this friend of these died. And he's he's mystery and a 'nigma because you don't know what he looked like anything you don't anything about it. You only know what you hear about him through. These people and i thought that was actually quite clearly. I think differently made it more interesting. Knock nine it was was now. We will not was given custody suite pictures but i was like well. What did kevin costner look like. When he was younger probably match the same looks like now up to your thing and of course. It's kind of like you know this pistons stay with us. Business was spend wants to speak with us. Instead is a bit of six staff one of shitty bunch of friends now. I think it's i think it's quite realistic. It's also extremely watson extremely straight. This movie would not exist today because like all at straight people it just wouldn't exist but that's what i was in the navy three. It's it's already where the watch. It's scott serious adult scenes. They sit and they talk about deep issues. It in a way this movie could be play. Because there's so much just sitting and talking. But i i that's kind of what i liked about. It's all t end interesting yameen if you haven't watched it if you're old enough to appreciate. I think i think with show movie time and wargames war game movies. Were very big eighties story. Your do you remember. Would you have watched many back on. Obviously america was in the cold war. The tom cert- was like a ribbon topic. But there were a lot of movies about defense systems and secret government operations and developing weapons and and there was quite a common theme song. Mom movie follows quite a quite a similar theme. And you have this engineer. Weapons engineer designing a super tank. The xm ten anaya later okay. You know it was the eighty s clinton to call the annihilate right. So he's trying to get this tank developed developed but obviously within a government organization. He meets resistance along the way and the various people with different agendas and they're trying to stop him change. His plan put obstacles in the way to divert the project into the way they want to do it. So you've got this political intrigue Inbetween this some stupid love triangle between the engine another one and the engineer's wife but that's a necessary so this movie runs along and they show it to taste audience and the taste audience goes fuck me. That movie is terrible. Movies are not me. Firstly firstly the engineer. Do you think deadly mur makes a convincing scientists. No one smart person. No dudley moore is such a hit and miss active for me because he was an author. And then i feel like he wasn't a lot of stuff in the eighties playing author constantly and then also i didn't know him in. Liza minnelli was separate people. So every time i saw her. Which is the more. So i just felt dudley moore was lacking a lot of shit and he plays author as a scientist so he he's bummbly and he's sort of drunk was. Daddy mortis drunk. I think he always acted drank. Even if he wasn't ready. I mean he was he also. It's very unbelievable. So i mean. I think besides the sort of weapons and intrigue and stuff like that you scott just isn't a believable science scientists. So what do you do in the nineteen thousand nine mid eighty s right. Yeah you movies just tested as a bomb shit. We need to fix this movie. Who do you send an out to to bring into your movie to fix it. Considering who spoke about in the opening link a man who could do no wrong in the eighties. Okay eddie murphy. So they call in eddie murphy right to as what they call them is a strategic guest star even in the trailer is strategic guest star. Eddie murphy how blades and does that that they fact the whole thing up. We're not we understand the concept. The shows lost to record damon covari as a strategic guest star rod. We we we so we don't condemn it. Okay so the bring eddie murphy. In now they create this because they go while we've shot one movie eighty movies not in. How do we get him in. So they create this device at the movie takes place in two separate years. Okay so the original part of the movie that they're really shot happens in nineteen eighty two and then they skip four. They keep cutting forward to nineteen eighty. Where the tank has been developed and is now out in the field in kuwait. Because eddie murphy places brash. Cocky loudmouths soldier surprise surprise. Who's now the test driver pilots on. What tanker does would you do with a tank tanker maybe the tanka attests tanker for for this tank that they developed a nine hundred eighty two and you watch decisions made in one thousand nine hundred to that. They're not play out in one thousand nine hundred four okay now sort of clever but it just doesn't work because the movies so unrelated eddie murphy never interacts with anybody in the one thousand nine hundred and it was two movie shot separately to help save the movie. It doesn't sound like it saved it. From the way you speaking on dory so eddie murphy. Himself said five months after the phone comes out now. Five months means it's going to video stores right right. He's on he. Guests hosts vibe last year. And after i did forty thousand trading places all lease script started coming from everywhere and a picked up. A script called best defense. Here's a movie sucked real bad. I was going to do it. Because i read the script and felt like i was an actor and i but the money they gave me to do it. Best defense to get. I read the script. The first and the script was terrible. I was like what. How can you give me a scope like this that much money. Let's go registered investment. I went out and did best. Defense turned to be the worst movie ever done in history of anything and all of a sudden i wouldn't have had no no moore's i called up the produces saturday night live and i go Got my dressing room. He said watch. I wonder if we've come full circle of going. Eddie murphy lackey. He did a lot of dads. Let's be honest. I think his latest movies are dead. Can we trace it back off. During trading places and forty eight hours and and beverly hills cop and was bist defense the spinning of the end for him. Have we come full circle. But that's the movie cool best defense however there is one redeeming feature of the movie just because it introduces a very clever concept for us. And i think it's something that we could adopt for the show. I want to play the trailer for you. Come going to play at a very specific point because the trail is. Don't even listen that even the taylor. They called it in because they're very specifically said two men from two different worlds whose pause will never cross even set it up like bedroom paid to come up with the save god right on. I'm going to play the movie at this specific point. I hope you can your because it's obviously like in one thousand nine hundred trailer quality and it's very noisy but i want you to listen out for something and we'll talk about it off to. It's just take a listen. listen closely. Overheats thermal level could make the functions. What the hell is a whim. It's the whim power sister. It's the driving force behind the whole tank. Is the wham not spelt the same as but whampao resistor and just love that. Say don't you that's funny. That is funny so if you take anything from us. Five seconds of the trade in looks horrific on a. It's it is it is as bad. I don't even trailer. Of course they wouldn't the trailer nothing. Nothing can can display will showcase how bad that movie is. But if you're going to take anything from that movie just be a whim power resistor you conscious wam power once the whim overheats gonna get you so. This isn't a movie reminder or recommendation. It's a movie warning. That's a movie examination. It's a career. Examination of eddie murphy. Starting at coming to america did it all starts with base defense. Did bist defense lead us. To this. Point via day meet dave and via the clumps and via the one murphy con speak and via daddy daycare. Reminding me of a lot of so. It was a deep introspective movie moment by dari and revere This is dan eighty show playing the canadians. And what a bunch of hitmaker's those goddamn canadians are. I'll have canadian lost week. We spoke about a very bizarre cameo of boy george in eighteen. Did you check out any of the clips that are put on that. Show a say on facebook amazing amazing. I mean that's the only way to us really especially when he karate karate. Kicks karate karate kicks you karate. Kicks the door open with this little boots. He's little ideal boots. Oh god who was the best. I love that shit so much but what we spoke about as well is that Miami vice were doing all the cameos back then and they were popularizing it and actually the culture club. I love thinking of the culture club as an entity that they they advised. Boy george to not appear on miami vice and not take a cami rather go to eighteen because they felt that he was to camp for miami vice ryan so the riots just think about cars miami vice was the undisputed king of cameos back then okay. So many stars got a break. We'll had an appearance on miami vice and so many big names made cameo so we're gonna talk about some of the people that had a little bit of starring role who they went on to become big actors or others who were big names and did little. Cameo appearances on miami vice. So did you know that. Ben stiller was on miami. Vice is no i mean. I watched every single episode beckmann. But i remember very little. I'll be honest. Small appearance he played a con man. Okay i'm steve steve buscemi. He was also on my advice. Julia roberts okay yeah yeah. She played an office gallery manager slash drug dealers assistant with a pond. Sean forbade boys and sunny. As just tot who else we got your we had liam niessen I'm not a fan niessen. I think he no one every every time of course and probably played in this as well because he played an irish gangster. So you started out there. He was a former ira member and current terrorist. Who kramer from seinfeld michael richards. He was in miami vice. Wow that's surprising. What did he come. A sleazy bookie okay played a sleazy bookie also in there is Bullpen exton big eighties. Kim lot. Chris rock comedian. Chris rock. yep show. But i mean these people must have been quite young no superior super super young and probably the biggest name To make an appearance in miami vice he was on the timing of it is bruce willis. Oh was he taking some time it was actually before moonlighting so it's four months before moonlighting he appeared in miami vice okay. He was played played an arms dealer. So bruce willis there. He should've stuck with miami bass because it was all. Do you think he was inspired in miami vice to start doing beach boy. Cover songs on could've been could've been could've lacked the free flying shirts to take one look at don. Johnson said that's my life but then of course those are actors who started out. Small roles became big big stars after after this amazing canadian can amazing amazing. Eighty song break. We'll come back and talk about some of the massive stars who made a cameo in miami vice eighty show. It's about the cameos. Miami vice was the king of cameos on prime time tv Just before the break. We spoke about Actors who had small roles in miami vaas. Now this is what some big stars doria. I'm gonna hit you straightaway and shouldn't surprise you. Glenn frei cameo there remember i. Also his song was on the soundtrack city. I think was on centrex. That's it and actually he was on the show. I do remember that Do gene simmons from kiss and would we have recognized him without the makeup or was wearing no makeup. But he had that crazy here. That his unmistakable. Daphne mistake not a fan of him. But leonard cohen was on the fan. Is it at gone into the show because my kids. What's miami vice. And i wanted to surprise them by being on it. Lost dead little. Richard now talking about being to camp for miami. But i mean really. He had a quick little cameo. Barbra streisand yup. She had a short little cameo willie nelson awesome. Was he a pot. Smoking hippy. For the us just to cowboy just to cowboy and something of a bolivia and drug i feel like every second of miami vassals about colombia colombian but as i say lots of drug lords lots of drug lords speaking of drugs although he says he never took drugs. Frank zappa okay. Cool francs fm james brown as well. Wow hey yup this makes me kinda wanna watch them all over again. But i know because. I have watched while united recently ish as in the late nineties. I was traveling in the usa. Staying in motel and reruns of miami bass Excited and then i was really disappointed was really horrible Ova i'm tempted to watch the one that hadn't appearance by the power station Glorious photo ya in the article. I have many shirtless men. Many shirtless men. We love her. She eastern cosby yes. She was also meant appearance. Yon hammer yes. Well he track but the biggest name for me the the name that got my attention. The most is Mister field in aid tonight full collins oud didn't he was actually on the show. Because that's on the soundtrack it is. He played a con artist game. Show host who steals the winnings. He supposed to be giving around a which do you think can i do. You think they wanna show fist. And then got to do the soundtrack or they on the soundtrack anywhere and then the produce. Hey would you like to be on the show. You because miami vice. They use it as a as a tool to bring in people on camera. So i'm sure that they did the soundtrack first and then later on. Just try to find a gap in shingles people speak to mock people. They'll do some coke and the next thing. You're a con artist on miami vice. This is that a show coming back home. We went on a little trip to canada on. Toria bic bryan adams near the regions to bring you the best of eight canadians Everything we talk about on the show. You can find on facebook that eighty show essay on facebook including a very serious movie trailer with the big chill and of a movie trailer for best defense. Just watch it just that he can understand cam power resistance and how futile it is dorrie. I love before we go. I love robocop robocop. one only Any subsequent robocop stuff is shit. But i'm not the only one so this into this story. After nearly ten long years they finally erected a giant bronze sculpture of robocop. Okay so in two thousand eleven robocop fans lobbied the city of detroit to erect a statue honoring robocop. Because you know the whole thing took place in detroit and a kickstarter campaign began and they raised sixty thousand dollars to bolt robocop. They raise the money. But they've this ten years in the making between getting permission to erect it and then getting the rights to actually created because while you're gone just create robocop. We are nuts. Paul hoven isn't gonna just handed over to anybody got right and they they made. The statue stands eleven feet tall and the base ways off a ten. It's i've seen on photos are going to put it on facebook. That asia is it is a glorious. I mean i mean it is glorious. I guess i will get. it's just. it is glorious. Feels it feels thirty. Something years too late in a way your now you're can come and see what i what is all is a ten ten years to really Saw it's not the right time. So they make this thing and they had finally found a place to put it. They're gonna put in front of the science museum and then the science museum said no. 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Pendragon Varelse

Inspirado Projecto

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Pendragon Varelse

"You're listening to Inspir- auto ejector. So those are the. Little people yelling all their stuff. That's these are the credits. Of A game I just play co Pendragon and there are multitudes of two zero adventure moments in this game. You first start out the journey man that was like intense. It's really interesting. It's kind of like chess slightly in a way. Because you have to kind of. strategize when it comes time to fight. Kind of moving along squares. the music is just phenomenal. Sir. Lancelot. King Arthur. Sequester. When Vir But yeah, so you collect people along the way. your dialogue has I mean so much to do. Which Way Your Adventures GonNa turn next as any of these great games. No instead dialogue that you're having going. You have no idea. How that the consequences of what it is that you're doing or saying. Killing the people that you're creatures are killing you're not killing. The consequences of letting them live. With possible havoc could they regard people? So in this game? you start out either as Sir Lancelot or. Senate. And Turns out that these two were. There's hanky-panky going on there were there were cheating behind. King Arthur's. Back In Sir more dribbed hates his dead hates some. Mortared is going on a rampage. Maurits rampage. And it's up to you to stop them. In. So the very first time I played. Thank you by the way Emily Morganti for. Now me in touch with these extraordinary video game companies who? Who then Allow me to play these video games and then and review them and just give my opinion about what I think about these things I think these are great. The cool thing about video games is that the enlighten your brain, the play with your critical thinking skills. Your ability to kind of see. Foresee the way in which domino's GonNa. Move Long. Now. So the first time I tried I was going here and I just didn't make any goods decisions sometimes, he'd a battle. And you're you're forced to go into beserk mode. And I was still trying to figure out the controls at their point. And They ended up killing her head so sad but the the two people that she had with her. Is To folks see the idea is to to carry on the. Name or the tradition or the you know. The legend of camelot. And UH. So. What is it like one of your? Kobe can. I like the sound of those. Let's see. Let's see. Difficulty. Or Man. In total. A Gwen of your yeah. Oh. Looks like each time you go through it, it raises the difficulty level the next time you play it. Interesting. Wow. Difficulty affects enemy cutting likelihood of encountering allies and food scarcity. In. Yeah that's the thing you get food and then you gotta you gotTa these rations. Otherwise, you can't lose your morale. It's important. So Queen, Gwen, avair of camelot the gracious wife of Arthur faithful and yet ever loyal. or You could choose Sir Lancelot du Lac. Arthur's chivalrous best friend traded to him. So I completed it in this kind of level called anecdotal, which is not the most difficult but. They say it's not the most difficult. It's a tricky one and then there are these darkened. People. There's one called a force for evil. They won't call the powerful. Sword. Stress. Now I can also choose in playing circe Oh my God. Interesting. So now you get a chance to see their story. That's crazy because this would happen when I was with Queen Gwen of you're walking along. As going through these castles and you're going this map you know you're kind of choosing which which way you WanNa go and he can't necessarily go back and go the other ways. So you're just kind of moving on forward kind of moving with your intuition, and then you decide whether you want to sleep over at these places are not because you you know you there might be these big spiders that you're battling and The the the graphics are so unique. The Art is so unique. It's really interesting. It's like. You've. Even, describe this. You just got to see it again, a good feeling gives me a good feeling if you like the medieval times and And that age. I think you get a good feeling from Missouri Kate Arthur's tenacious elder brother and a man of finer things. Okay. That's what I was GONNA say. So when I was with Lady Gwen of you're walking along. And then she came across a night this woman night. And The got the talk and and they decide to band forces and it's crazy because he's set up these little campfires. Then lady would tell stories and you can kind of dictate based on your questions how? How the story is going to go like the lady will go hey, do you want to hear a story about a story about Learning a moral. Or a story of. Fear and bloodshed. You know you're going whoa which one do I wanna hear before before I fall asleep? So, then you you know you choose one, you just go go down there rabbit hole. So she's someone that I found along the way and then along the way Kim Long Sir Kay. Here's another invisible in a roguish night. Another. Shadow and a profit and maniac. Man. And a terror of the woods. Those. Are the various people that you can go from their stories. so that was so crazy. So awesome. All right. So yet when you're playing this game, you're going from different angles on the map the same map. It just just opening up more and more stories for you. It's cool because it's short. If you could survive long enough, it's short game. Which is awesome which I love because then it inspires you to want to go back through go back through this way go back through that way. Queen of Camelot I. Mean There's is just so kick as Sir Lancelot du Lac. Or this Guy Wall. circe. Soon makes sense when I was fighting and then Queen Gwen of your died. Basically the whole idea is that circe was going to. Carry on the name you know they're going to try to meet up. With King Arthur. That was the mission in defeat dred. These guys are all you know Part of. Brotherhood here. Psych. Tricky thing. These stories you're you're not given. You're not. You're not giving easy answers. So someone will say. I'll tear you limb from limb and then you're given two choices. You come on. Tell me more about this thing tell more about that thing. Meanwhile if you're talking too much, they're moving towards you. And you're like, you're putting your life online you're like, okay. Do I friend or foe I tried I tried being a friend? In the thing that they just ended here. Luckily Luckily, he didn't didn't kill me right away as I try to be nice and friendly. But he was like it's these skills. The crazy thing is you have to be standing in a particular position order use the skill now takes a whole turn. So that's where this really interesting strategy like chess or checkers kinda come in because. You might gain a skill where you can attack diagonally. you may get a skill where you can jump through like there'll be the there might be a hedge between you. And the neck and the next square where the bad guy is or wherever your opponent is. So some of these things you can actually charge through it. It's one of your skills. One of them is you go diagnose one of them is you can retreat. One of you your buddies upon on the. Into area. Which I tried to King Arthur sometimes, it gives you an option, but then it doesn't let you choose that option. It's really interesting. Really good game really good game more butter later. So I think I figured out a way to describe the art, the art it's to d. It's to D. it's interesting because when you're moving. You'll have two different stances. But when you see them move across the map it's really cool because they'll walk across the man. See You could choose between this spot or that's over there. And then when you when you click on the thing or give you a little bit of information about it. And if it's if it's a place that you can actually go to. It'll it'll show like an Arrow and you click on it in the air we'll take you there. And your little personal go over the hills and CH- walking along but it's funny because they'll. They'll turnaround. You'll see the little person turn around, but it's like a two D thing it's like a Imagine like okay. So imagine like a paper doll and fewer like to glued to a base, you spin it base around. Imagine it. Turns to the side is a very thin in the flips back over to. Is it's Imagine. That how it's GonNa spend a little bit so it's going. Over the over the hills over the deals and incident when you arrive at a place. There's just so much so much great story going on in this thing so much great knowledge than I. Tell You. I. This is now inspiring me to want to crack open the books about Knights of the Round Table camelot's all that stuff. You know it's so interesting growing up I. Appreciated hearing stories concerning camelot nights around table stuff like that. But I I cannot say that I've necessarily totally retain that information. I've heard the words I've heard more most is buzzwords King Arthur. I'd mortared that does sound familiar of your. Yeah. Sir Lancelot. Yeah. Because he was neither one. was he the one who pulled out the x caliber out of the stone? Now I am I am I. Am I missing a mythologies anyway. Main point is this. This video game is inspiring me to want to. Look deeper into this. History of this stuff to see to see how close this stuff matched up. How close did this history match up? There are certain key points. But then what's beautiful is with with the minute of it like little conversations and whatnot that maybe were not mentioned in any books. All that stuff is made up. So, very much improvised. Film that feels that we see the key points it's like improvisation get the key points. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. We're GONNA talk about this subject and eventually go to that subject and eventually go to that subject than when the guy walks through the door we're gonNA talk about this subject but anything in between is kind of. Kind of Loosey Goosey. but this what's interesting is That must be so fun to create a historical. Recounting. And then add all the elements. What if they went this way what if they went that way? What if they met this person would if they person. Because it's Histories like that. It's anybody's guess. You've got people who documented I would say with technology we've been able to really I mean even then even then you try to document that stuff, it's all. Dependent upon editing. WHO's adding the CGI to it or not? So pendragon. If you'RE A video game enthusiasts? You can get it on steam. Look up the. Makers of this game here. Let's see. See. Here we go. Cash would so fascinating yeah this game ad six, seven, three, Kim Lot has fallen. The roundtable must rally to save King Arthur. Narrative strategy game from the creators of eighty days with elegant tactics in unique dynamic story every time replay to such a such a brilliant idea. To create another game called Heaven's vault. The release date was September twenty second. Ankle. Ltd Ankle I n K. L. E.. Limited. I guess that stands for. How impactful choices. That's a powerful wave. Powerful description. impactful choices if you think about that impactful choices. That means that there's no way that you could ever possibly know the ways in which your decisions are going to evolve down the line very much like life isn't it? As they say it reflects life life reflects if the video games reflect reflect life. I mean look at that. What can we learn from what we've learned in the video games impactful decisions. This kind of leads to good mindful mindset I would think. Being aware of the thing that we might say right now if we could teach kids that very young age. The ways in which? Like a way to teach them a visual. Visual of that way that your. Words and your decisions now are going to impact. The. Future Then, we would probably have a lot less kids being bullied. Lot less kids wanting to bully. Because mansion the kids being bullied they you know. They've probably got that black book filled with all their enemies names in once they get out of high school I'm going to take revenge on all these people. You don't want him. Hanging around for years and years and years you don't want some video research resurfacing eons down the line when you're maybe you become famous rockstar or Astronaut or something like that, and all of a sudden someone's like Oh this footage was released if this guy. Chopping, down, Amazon rainforest tree. Chanting. Horrible. Horrible things super. impactful choices. So I'm just glad video games like this exist impactful choices cash. This is fantastic. Weeds and breakfast I'M GONNA. Come back with some more praise for this game. I'm GONNA give you the list of the credits stay tuned in sporadic GIECO. Okay. We gotta get the Sun. I love it love. Major. Is Internal Tree? Waving gallantly as per usual. Oh, you love the camera. And the Audio the audio loves you antenna tree. Youtube birdies. Just the sounds of nature. It becomes an orchestra in its own in its own. Like with this be considered a a noise band type thing. ALL RIGHT WE'RE GONNA go down rabbit hole here. We got to go back in here into the laboratory earth. This out Kinkel. About okay, I'm going under the about thing here odd says is interactive adventures that span the world cross the Wilderness in dig deep into the past every action will shape your story. That's all I see in the about section. I WANNA. Find out the the credits of this old. What I wonder. The got him in the game itself. So we're. GonNa. Open up the game itself. We go. Diving barricade in this game. impactful choices I'm GonNa be I'm going to be using that phrase quite a bit. I can guarantee you. Oh, by the way. Keep your ears out if you haven't stumbled upon these yet if they haven't assaulted you yet. The words robust. Pivot. Those are those are two big ones. I've been noticing a of people using the word pivot. Allot. Robust seeing a lot. These things. Fascinate, me folks. If you can find the bread crumb. where it first began the idea where people I started saying it. Was it the reemergence of an old movie maybe and they use that word they're allowed. Basketball movie was A. in the news someone saying pivot. Doing to pivot the candidacy. Was it accredits here we go. Pendragon I, knew I knew you wouldn't. You wouldn't okay. Here we go a concept by Tom Kale I L. Tom Kale. These are the guys who helped. Develop. It Jon Ingold. Tom. Kale. Joseph Humphry. ANESTHESIA WYATT ANESTHESIA WHY did character design. Environment Art. Music by Chapman Great Oh, you can buy soundtrack. He's the. So, cool. There's a lot of performers, lot of performers in this. Many more anymore that who knows. I remember there was there's a part where he came across this this old guy kind of like splashing about in the water. And, these people thought maybe. Merlin. It's interesting. It's interesting with the conversations in Pendragon. If you give it a little bit of time back. There are parts where. You're out there with your your little people moving across the square and you might see some nights and the nights are on behalf of more grid and We will die from Oregon. And And? You're like dude. You'RE GONNA kill. I'm behalf of a madman. Who is the son of the King? That I. That I serve like if it wasn't for the king, the sudden, the son wouldn't even exist. So. You know. It's interesting how you can have two sides hell many sides. Of A story. So. To the mortared guy. These people these these these nights thought used. He was worth dying for apparently. or or his own Grudges. were his grudges were worth taking on themselves? As their own grudges. And maybe he promises them riches you never know. How. Do you get the riches weld raping pillaging? You don't have to raping come on guys come out. It's just adding intrigue insult and edit the fact. Just like come A-. So. It's bad enough that you're stealing our stuff. Why do you got to burn down the village and? Rape, our women God man. Come. On just. So something about this behavior appeals. Appeals, to the guys they're fighting on that side no they based on the stories that would have told them. King Arthur is horrible terrible. And that's through mortgage perspective that's through his maybe he's embellishing things maybe he's dramatic -tising things. It's crazy. What can happen when you're somehow you get addicted to that power. That idea of people just? Doing what you want want them to do you just tell them what to do and they do it. Having that kind of power. It's interesting how their connotation when when people have that much power. Why they would choose to want to just add. Rudeness on top of it. If you already got people doing your bidding. Wouldn't you rather have him? Why keep them in fear? Because they're all secretly plotting your death. They're all secretly figure out ways to try to. Get Out of the situation or or over overthrow you. s just not good you WanNa have good people. That you're collaborating along with. People that want to. You know do your bidding as they say, do my bidding. IC- depopulation to move it now now. Which is why? Everyone involved with Chris Store Inc.. In the whole world, the nonchalance worldwide. there. So the obedient to it, it's fun. It's playful something you want to be part of. So back to Pendragon by which by the way, we have a phone call away play after this that we got from. Second phone call that gotten from the Texas. Division of Chris Tour, INC at the the ambassador of the Texas Division, he left a message. So I, want to pass those savings to you. as you'll notice, there's a long. Be along positive silence. So don't turn it off because maybe if you turn up the volume, you might hear secret. Secret Codes in there. Maybe, they recorded A. Maybe maybe there's some messages in there that are just quiet. That's something I'm going to try to before I share this. I'm going to I'm going to do it I'm going to a mess with the audio. We're GONNA raise that value in the middle just to see. Is there something in there that we should be? We should be hearing. Back, pendragon. It must be so fun and crazy. To See what these game developers go through. I imagine like the conspiracy you know like you always see like the when they when they. When they depict conspiracy theorists, they show like the classic spiderweb. Wagon wheel on the wall and you see the photo and you see the. the the little thumb taxila strings connected him. So. Brilliant. So Brilliant River, thought of that Method I just think is just absolutely brilliant. It's thanks to that person in those people who I started doing that the rest of us can then follow in suit. Nancy, reminds me. In the offices of these. or on their whiteboards however, the Dune is virtual virtual whiteboard somewhere that they're meeting, they're just connecting all the dots. All. The minute I mean there's so much new shot so many possible. Directions I would love to know for the people who make choose your own adventure books impactful choice. Type Video Games. What their thoughts are about quantum mechanics. The idea of the parallel universes, for instance, with Pendragon, how many parallel universes exist How deep? Down the choice rabbit hole, do you go That's another thing. Is it four or five, six or seven choice rabbit hole. Each and every single time. Because what the Heck 'cause there's always a would if this would if that would. If this would that. Would would if you said this instead instead of that? If you didn't ask about this kind of story then you never would've learned about that thing, which then helps you out later later on in. In the game. And same thing you open up this choice here for this person to talk about this story here that happened to them and they reveal this piece of information which. Does in fact, help you out. And then you're able to recognize someone had later location you go. ooh step going. Cynical. Oh, we're going to fight. You're like wait. Are you the guy that was just mentioned by his traveler? That's the thing to during your You could brave it alone I mean on Pendragon, you can brave it alone. You can just have your character going in there. And It gets tricky when you get three or four different. Enemies on the board, I suppose. Who Want hurt you? So it's good call in your other people, but it costs a move. So while you're bringing in that other person. The other you know one of the bad guys is meanwhile they're moving forward. And it's another example of how it's like checkers with. Both of those games terrify me if I had a choice, I play checkers however. I'm starting to warm up a little more chess and that's only because I'm saying it now from a safe zone when you're there and you're in the heat of battle with chess and in in, it's all coming up upon you in Checkers, for instance, checkmate, and then you're or whatever that is. A piggyback ride. The chip on top of the other chip and Olson's Boban by here comes the giant they're coming to you. Here they come. Man. It's just like. Scary scary. Forced. into. A. Corner. What you go from there it's like the possum forced to new corner, watch out for the fangs on that one. Watch out for the clause in the So. pendragon. If you like thoughtful video games. Consider pendragon. Got My provable. I like to try I liked I personally. I want to find the fun elements in the specs of games. in whether appealing. One thing that's frustrating doesn't mean that it's going to be frustrated with someone else. Why am I going to point that out? Not GonNA point out. The crappy things? The frustrating things the? I mean if it's like a playful frustration this puzzle. Frustrated and I got past it. I, mean, come on. I I make comment. I saw review yesterday for for this Laptop. And the you're like, okay you could tell from his perspective he was just one of those guys who's willing willing to point out everything. That's just. Not. That doesn't work well in it. And you see another review the guys just raving about. The same laptop so Chances are. We're going to side with the reviews that most. Reviewers that most reflect us. But if we don't. I guess now. Learn a new perspective. But do you really want to go into buying a product keeping? That like a like a video game. If someone's like. Will. They don't have this kind of option so. I don't think it's video games worth getting or. Will they didn't do it in three D so Screw it and I don't think it's good. Well, they didn't use hard rock music mean they use this classic classical kind of Beethoven you know so and I don't think it's worth yet and Blah Blah Blah Blah, all the way down the line. Now. What now you know now those those views and opinions now become your own because that's all you got, and now when people ask you about that are here telling the conversation about it. Now you're like, Oh, I've got some information share about that. Footnote. Here's a footnote footnote. The information I know about this comes from. A review of of video review I saw about this product from this particular mindset. It's footnote that's the parentheses right there. I've got information I got to share about this. This thing is terrible dance crap. This is terrible. Didn't have this. They didn't have that and now there's Lens. Go have fun playing. You know 'cause know what you SOCI- It with that you identify with it, and then that becomes your behavior towards when you're playing the game come on. why? Why read a movie review unless you're not going to see the movie I'll read a movie review if I'm just thinking I don't I just don't care to see that movie. So I'll read the movie review that's a cliff notes. I'll read some movie reviews you know. But I'M NOT GONNA. Read a review from knock if I am going to see the movie. Don't you want your own opinions. Yeah. Do you want your own opinion? So why are you listening to mine? What is my opinion matter? Matters to me because I had fun playing the game. My satisfaction my moment to moment joy. And enthusiasm is important to me. For those of you who feel the same I'm passing on. A fun entertainment. That will contribute. To that mind space. All right. Let's go check out this. Let's check out this Christopher Inc.. voicemail. Let's go see what the heck this craziness is all about. No. No. The working. For Dragon. Dragging. Texas and for the from British society. I message is very important. We had a Clara fighting airing Texas and we all have I. Have a very important message listen closely and you shall be rewarded. With rates right success. Crystal Graham shoe access to so much knowledge the new universe. So is your message. Is. Fifty. Thank you so much for your time. Right. Okay I got a little sloppy with that introduction. From what I understand that is at Lewis. Dragon. From The Burrell's Bridge Society. He's the the Texas ambassador. Of their division over there the Burrell's bridge society. Is Connected to Christopher Inc.. So As you can hear as soon as he is. The in the original message, it was pure silence. Remember the apartment. You just heard words like all. That's the normal speed. I just raised the volume. All that was complete silence on the phone. So I'm hoping those of you who are. Audio files those of you who love a are those of you who? Know How to crack the secret codes of things like that I mean I I'm dealing with a RG enthusiasts very well seasoned a RG enthusiasts. Computer. Programmers hackers, data, and AOL and AOL analyzers. These kinds of folks know how to use math in special ways to figure out. All kinds of secret codes which I learned with Messmer and braid. Flipping it upside down looking at the wave forms figuring out all kinds of crazy stuff and the. And the people that know that there are people who are looking for that they end up making a argies. Accommodate that. It's a little gift for those who who get it. it's no different than Let's say a person who's in auto parts enthusiasts someone who builds engines for little for for his fellow, a engine. Engine workers out there. He might throw in a little inside joke might throw in a little something. They would. They would. They would totally get. That's kind of how these ar G. are. It's Easter. Egg. After Easter Egg. So. What I'm going to do is I slowed down that audio. to nearly four minutes. It's all I thought to do. So I just all I did was a raise the volume. And now now I'M GONNA slow it down. But instead of you having to sit here because there's still more segments to come I'm. I'm putting net. At the end. Basically Before the book, The you know the closing. Ceremony if you will. For the closing ceremony of today's episode. So I I found it really interesting Atlas Dragon. This is the Guy Atlas Dragon. And I just reviewed pendragon. That's pretty cool. That's cool. That's cool synchronicity. Except, until this point. In the in the in the land in the other episode where I put a message from. Atlas Dragon. I didn't know what he said there. That's part of the charm and you know that's part of the charm when people call into a hotline which by the way if you WANNA call in five, six, one, two, zero, three, nine, one, seven, nine, that is the phone number you WanNa. Call. That's the phone number Atlas Dragon cold if I in fact, deciphered it correctly. If I didn't that's Okay It's my little secret. That's our Little Secret Atlas Dragon. called. The person. My new nickname. Less of course, that's Actually Atlas Dragon in which case. It CETERA and so forth. Tired. Hear Myself Talk. All right. All right. All right here comes a message from man behind the machine. By. Machine. Thanks for listening. Remember call in five, six, one, two, zero, three, nine, one, seven, niner. Broke. What do you think about Eddie Van Halen? What songs did you like? What did you appreciate about? The innovation, the genius that was Eddie. Panama. Panama. Oh. Rest in peace. Said He. Man Behind the machine. Yeah. Man Boil boy. Eddie. Van Halen that guy. They said his he he must have come from another planet with the Qatar plane. Jimi Hendrix. Could you imagine what kind of crazy firestorm you start cooking up if you had Jimi Hendrix Nettie van Halen playing together in the same room Just thinking a parallel universe those guys I mean heck right now they're jamming together. Guys have transitioned. Yeah, it's I mean he left a legacy today in the outlay crude text message thread they put up A. MTV. Had Gone to his house. To take a look at his recording studio, they're showing all these guitars it guitar he repaired all of these. Like Tapes and tapes, and tapes and tapes teach an archive. Archives Archives of rectal archives. Of Music that he created that was just never heard or seen by the world and and music. Of course that was that evolved into the music, the songs that we love. That stuff is just get released. It's so crazy how musicians they put this stuff away Jerry. Seinfeld is releasing a book and it's all about the possible jokes at he wrote down in his notebooks, all the ones that he'd never actually put out there in the world. So it's so crazy. There's just I mean this idea of creativity. where we look at our. Our favorite. Actors musicians writers and we go. Oh my gosh. I can never do that but we're only looking at the genius aspect of it until we are offered a glimpse into the behind the scenes, we get a chance to see the process from. The seeds sprouted the ideas that they showed and also all all of that extraordinary information. It's just. Power packed. into. A vault that nobody has seen before. It's incredible because when we get a chance to look at that. Just like the Beatles, they'll put out these albums and then you'll get to hear these demos. You'll get to hear the behind the scenes joking and stuff behind the the background I, what I, what I hope is that. By these things being released in and going out there in the public, it inspires a lot more artists that just match you know match themselves up competitively with their favorite artists in go I could never do that. Eddie van. Halen just imagine how many people he has influenced. Across the years, how many people have picked up a guitar thanks to him. And his legacy will live on. There will be you've no undoubtedly a movie about it. And that's what's Beautiful He. He he transformed in various shapes informs he transitions in these? Extraordinary shape shifted things there's going to be plenty of deep fakes with his face on stuff. This Day and age with movies you can you can. Put these people right there into the movie you could have an entire movie with all these rock God's hanging out. You get impersonators who who do their voices real good, and then he just you just put you just plan it out ahead of time deep fake, those those actual faces. Onto those rockstars and then this way, the estates can all have a piece of that movie the All can. You feel great about the legacy. Perpetuating. There's a big mess up with the big. Three in this article, Jimi Hendrix's estate just big. Crazy mess up the apparently had left. His His his heirloom his his air, the air of his estate apparently was. Just A. DRUNKARD? You know just like. Irresponsible person that's you don't want any responsible person handing. Handling your legacy. If their concern is more about getting drunk and you know they won't hesitate to sell. If, they know that they'll get you know ten thousand dollars off an unreleased song that no one's ever heard before and they gotta you know. Through drugs or they got. On. Can Get kicked out of their apartment. He might find themselves doing it. However, having said that. I trust enough. Good people. his son Eddie Van Halen. Son. Wolf. Wolf. Wolf. Van Halen. Is Eddie's Middle Name van or Van Hill listening anyway. Any you folks. If you are Eddie van. Halen fans call the hotline five, six, one, two, zero, three, nine, one, seven, nine I'd love to hear your thoughts, your sentiments. Also stay tuned for the Secret Code. At the end. Of the next segments. And downloaded. Please if you want to download just that thing if you have an issue with downloading it off of the the podcast, email me in sporadic project O., F. gmail.com. Where you could call the hotline five, six, one, two, zero, three, nine, one, seven, nine, hundred, and just say, Hey, can I have that audio? I WANNA play with it. I WanNa see see what kind of nuggets. I'll send you three versions I'll send you my slow down version. I'll send you the original just really quiet. Version. And then I'll send you version where I just. Try to just raise the volume on the thing. So thank you so much for listening folks. Here we go. Today is. Tuesday the sixth. It's now one forty, one PM. We are taking a stroll up to. get the rent paid today. Extraordinary time yesterday. Hanging out. With. Kelly Lee Williams. Reverend Mark Timmermans. Tara Timmons. And BRANCHVILLE. And, of course Phil Downland. My buddy from long ago back in the day. And We worked on Phil? downlands? COMMERCIAL, commercial shoot. In his producer sage asked me. If I. Knew anyone who wanted to. Be Part of this. Commercial shoot. And he was just so kick ass because. luckily. Brian was available. and Luckily Mark and terra were available. So that was awesome. Gosh, it was great. It was on the set they shut down said. which. I'm sure. It's been used for who knows how many? Cap shows or courtroom. Dramas. there's a courtroom set there was a jail. there was what looked like the. Office. Of a police off police. Police. Precinct. Precinct. That'd be a great name for something to precinct of something. The precinct of paranoia malady. So. Yeah Yesterday was just so. So much fun. So much fun. And the and and it flowed the the conversation, just flow the the inspiration it moved baby grooved. So Ideally. You will. Get a clear could understanding. Of. Get a good understanding. Of Improvisation The skills the? Yes and skills. That are inherent. With the framework of Campbell. Mindsets. The reciprocate. The beautiful precipitation of ideas. And Gosh. It's just it's just. It's just an ideal place to be I. Don't know if you've heard Kelley say yesterday but he said Man I don't really have any friends I don't have anyone I can talk to about this type of stuff. and. How is that? He came across just the right people. Delivers out in Las Vegas he he came all the way out. To be a part of the commercial, he got the audition he came all the way out. To be a part of this. Commercial all the way up from Las Vegas News interesting because he was on his way back. To Las, Vegas we had decided to. Step off at that cemetery. Out In We cited stop at the cemetery. Lake Forest. Cemetery. which I believe that was the Betty Davis. Cemetery I think that's the Bette Davis Cemetery. We went up, we hung around we found it empty grave which I've never seen. and. It's just really really calm just to hang out. With the. With the graves. Of course, he met that Nice Fella. Who We interviewed briefly. Who Works at the police? Really. Talk with him a little bit. And get. His opinions. On the floating orbs that he's seen I mean there is there's just. So much great cosmic talk that just. Came about Oh, my gosh. Just incredible man. Our lives are filled with extraordinary six sure ordinary circumstances. Extraordinary Unexpected surprises. Benefits. Gifts. Oh. Man. By the way, I'm seeing less and less people. Wearing masks outside what what are your? What are your thoughts about masks? If if we catch corona virus from other people. And do not near them. Are you. Okay with wearing your pants or are you afraid of someone? Who is very very? Strict about mask-wearing are you afraid that they're gonNa see you in the yellow and call you out Like if you're by yourself, are you okay with not wearing a mask since you're not around anybody? Or do you wear your mask at all times? I. I tend to like to not wear my mask. So he could breathe in the fresh air. When there's no one around. Today, t seemed to be passing folks on the sidewalk. So I'm wearing my mask. The CON. What's reports the reports? That we need to listen to. The reports that talk about herd immunity The report said talked about. Krona virus doesn't float through the air. The reports that say it's good to have sunshine on your face. Or do we only listen to the reports that just say? Where Your Mask So so so interesting everyone's got opinion. Don't they? A lot of those opinions are based on other people's opinions. Net interesting. So think about that. Knowing that a majority of the opinions that are out there. Are based off of. Opinions, previously stated perhaps in the exact same way or even a slightly different way. from people that they highly regard they respect. You know someone here's something that their favorite talk show host says, and then they go ahead and repeat it the best to their ability. Then there's of course, the Then there's the You know then there are the the philosophers who are hanging out. Under, the Under the the mulberry trees. And the island's just hanging out there all by themselves coming up with all these ideas ways to connect with the universe. And isn't that interesting? Isn't that interesting some of the most cosmic information that we could ever hear from these philosophers. When they're just out there by themselves contemplating living with nature being with nature. undistracted by what you know all this other stuff is you can hear. SEMAJ being out there you're in solitude with yourself you're with nature. I would say anyone who's feeling social anxiety get out in nature to get out into nature. Get Out in nature in start hanging out with your true self your true nature. Which is nature. You're not you know. You weren't born from buildings. You came from nature. So imagine these philosophers who while their nature they come up with these. Grand ideas write these books. And they end up coming across texts. Manuscripts. Parchments. Books. Etc. ETC and so forth. Written documentation. Of other philosophers who maybe hundreds of years before or Millennia before? Head also thought about when they were communing with nature. So that's kind of an interesting thing. So it works both ways. So don't worry. Knowing that. Whatever you're immersed in, that's that's what's going to be giving you. Your teachings, your education, you surround yourself with nature all the time you might find end up finding yourself. Starting to live your life. analogous to. Just how nature works the unfolding of Nature If. You Find Yourself. Really concerned. Furrowed Brow. what do they call those? Oh. Gosh. What is it? Was it? Oh, I got a you. Know you go. I've got a It's what gives people. The headaches? The feeling like they're just stuck they're crazy they're in a pinball machine. Watching, all paying attention to all. Of the burdens at the news mandates that is important for us. To get concerned about or to get flipped out over. It's like we are requiring for you. We're inviting you. To become concerned about this and scream and yell about it. Of course of course you're going to have headaches. You're GonNa not know what to to you're. GonNa feel suicidal. Go out nature. What nature. Hi We're here at the bank I gotta get some rent paid. We'll talk to you later. Now three thirty nine today is. got. The seventh year. I. Just want to let you know we got. Two interviews. That will be released. We've got the second part. Of skaramangas silk. And the third part. With Nina, Ruben. Stats going to be so. Interesting. When you all get a chance to hear that. Lots of highly vibration material. It's always so So, good and so important to have. Have those high vibrations going. So. Very important. Because it be it balances out the. Negativity in the world. It balances out all the. Just bad stuff man. Just, all this stuff. It's interesting how The very people. That are cynical about optimism or passively those very people that make fun of it. Or go positive thinking that does it work those. Very same people are very miserable with their lives. I've noticed. If that's you when you're not miserable with your life. Then deny found someone who defies. device what I'm talking about here. which. Is Fine. I'm just talking about the people that I've met. In real life. Chat rooms. Twitter and stuff like that. I just talked about my own experiences here. where I've seen that happen. And I think we'll do you enjoy being miserable. Do you enjoy Feeling grumpy and. Do Do do enjoy it. I would say their answers probably know. Send you go. WHAT'S THE ALTERNATIVE? Do you I mean do you want to get back to? Okay. So are you saying that you don't WanNa be miserable. What are you doing to get to the side? What are you doing to? To fill in the. Blanks. Supplement it with something. Good something nutritious something exciting enlightening. What are you putting in there? What's. The? Alternative. Lot of folks are just not making those direct connections. They're not making direct connections. Feed heard Oh. My Feet, God. Oh, my feed her will. You're walking in broken shards of broken glass. But my feet hurt my feet hurt. Your you're walking and broken glass here is. A. Cottigny fluffy. Shag rug can you can step on this? It feels so good. It's inspiring. It's enlightening gives you lots of ideas. No No. Who wants to walk in that fluffy Shag rug things can't be easy and satisfying all the time life is about struggle life is about. You know shitty things going on all over the place. Okay, that's what you're defining life to be. Okay Do Allow for UH. To allow for the that, this world is a dynamic place. Yes. Do you think all perspectives are valid. If you say yes. Then you have to allow for the fact that someone else's perspective. Is that the world is not a shitty place in that life is not about struggle. You have to allow for that. and. If you just simply. Not Trying. To make yourself feel better. Or you know? To do that. If, you're not trying to do that. Then you're just gonNA continually wallow. In that same. Precipitation. It's all it is over and over and over again. So. There's there's a whole nother aspect to what's going on. It just needs to be seen. From. A. Universal kind of mindset. I this is Jay. 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#611 How To Do Work You Love During a Global Pandemic

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#611 How To Do Work You Love During a Global Pandemic

"Get ready for all the craziness of small business. It's exactly that craziness that makes it exciting and totally unbelievable small business radio is now on the air with your host berry mold. Thanks for joining this week's radio show remember. This is the final word in small business for those keeping track. This is now show number six hundred and eleven this episode provided by the hanover insurance group and is provided by e foul four biz the easiest way to process mail and file your ten nine and your w. twos for your business go to. Www dot e foul four biz dot com. And that's the number four. While i wanna welcome back to the show. One of my favorite marketing leaders. Seth godin appreciate your being here. It's always a pleasure to talk to. How's it going. it's going well. So how is your family doing during covid. Well my wife runs the biggest craft gluten free bakery in the world and she's got seventy employees and she hasn't laid off a single one. That's normal more. Miss amount of work on her hand as running a small business and i know six hundred episodes into your listeners. Understand what if you're it certainly is. We've got a new book. Is called the practice shipping creative work. My first question is how do you find your hauling during a pandemic. well. I think it's way easier to decide that. Whatever you're doing is you're calling then to spend most of your time running around looking for this thing that's supposed to be you're calling during a pandemic there's usually jim to disruption. There are people who are settled. There's the huge emotional overhead of the racial injustice. They're facing Some obviously more than others All of it is a mess and that means there are problems and problems are there to be solved and that's small businesses. Do they solve problems. And you need to go into the world and fiat who needs to be connected. Who is looking for a solution who is ready to spend money to find a solution because just because the economy is cold just because it's underwater doesn't mean it's frozen things are moving and user. The opportunity to these are the moments when new countries are going to get built. So how do you get the courage release. Share your creative work. Because i think a lot of us to varying degrees have this impostor syndrome and it's hard to get over. That issue is and looking for courage is probably not the way to do it because courage implies a guarantee reassurance that it's going to work navy we could approach the world with a simple question which is what would we do if we were sure to fail. What would still be worth doing. What would matter and then you might be pleasantly surprised. 'cause it turns out that the more you do something for the right reasons. The more likely it is that people will discover. They need what you've got and that's for being an impostor well anytime you're leading anytime you're in the future. You should feel like an impostor because you are one because no one knows what the future will bring and that feeling you can't make it go away but you can dance with it you know. I always felt as a small business owner. The reason i became one after working. Ibm for ten. Years is because i can't hold a real job. I had no choice but to go out and start my businesses. No matter what happened. Is that what you're talking about. I hear you. I hear you. I am in the same group You know part of what it means to work for yourself as you have a horrible boss also from stuff that you have the ability to make decisions and not. Just say well. That's how we do things around here. Not just to stand by as mediocre work goes by and some people want to buy from a small business. Some people don't and the goal is not to convert the big business people to go to find the small business. People thing you talk about in the book is that you have people have to trust themselves and find their voice. And i don't think that happens in one fell swoop. How can how can you start. That process happen for me But i'm getting closer. You do it the same. Learn how to ride a bicycle. Nobody gets on a bike. In logic the first time nobody nobody gets on a bike falls and says i'm never gonna ride a bicycle again that riding a bicycle the process and the same thing is true for finding our voice for doing the work we're proud of for making a zero processes that we engage in because we care you also talk about in the book the practice that you have to work without waiting for flow and i think that's hard for a lot of people especially if they're switching careers or doing something else because they've been. They got us to set to become an expert in something being real easy for them and then to move onto something else and it's hard that's difficult to do your bet it is and it turns out that appropriate difficulty is the number one factor that leads to flow people who don't find flow or people who have to would you. Would you be all day long in seventy line because there's nothing to improve. There's no interest when it appropriately difficult when we don't try to go from zero to sixty at once. We can create a cycle that makes it more likely to engage in the work. I love the word appropriately difficult. You know i'm a long distance cycler. I do a lot of one hundred mile rides during the year and people go well. How do you bike for one hundred miles. I said well. I just start by mile than ten miles than twenty miles. We train all year for it but a lot of people wanna skip to the end. I mean it's pretty deriding. Don't stop and the next thing you know you've got mile and you know and somewhere along the line you actually get the enjoyment out of that. So what do you think. Holds people back seth from really sharing their creative work. What's the biggest stumbling block. A question does someone. Who's holding back Would you do it under another name if it was completely anonymous Why don't you start with that. Let me start by developing the habit of posting your blog under another name of posting your photographs under another name. because then you'll discover that nothing. Barbara happened to that anonymous person. And maybe you'll find the guts to then say well. Yeah i made this. And it's fear of criticism that's often gets in our way. So is that really where pen names got started years ago. Well remember until nineteen hundred. Nobody really wrote for a living and it was unreasonable to expect that you would make a living doing that. So i think pen name was often adopted. So it's somewhat of a standing in other social matters. Could right without fear of losing that status but as we saw stephen king He was writing many books. Publishers sits down. And instead he wrote under richard bachman and it's fascinating because even though Richard bachman and stephen king different people. You can read it richmond. Richard bachman book. And be glad that you did that. Brand names aren't as important as doing the work. You also talk about in the book. The practice that barriers are actually a catalyst in disguise in disguise. A lot of people. Just say we'll bear. You're holding me back seth. Yeah well. They're holding everyone back until you decide that you can mean against push in the other direction that without boundaries just on a huge sheet of ice. You can't play hockey. You need the boards boards make hockey work the boundaries make things worth doing and so by the pretending they don't exist we can embrace them and look for the things that are imaginary that have been holding other people back so in this economy when there's a lot of difficult stuff going on there's usually people who are creating the innovations and those are the people gang discussed the disrupters. How do you sure your part. The innovations and not the result of someone disrupting your industry. Because a lot of times the people are established. Don't wanna try new stuff because they're afraid of losing what they got. Correct the innovators dilemma. So here's one thing we know. The world is crazy right now and the other thing we know is it stabilised ever going to be again and if you were waiting for the world to go back to normal you're going to be waiting for a long time so at some moment you're gonna have to realize that you can't do what you're doing now because you're just going to be falling behind and you can wait to shift under you're in so much pain you have no choice or you can shift earlier than you have to take advantage of the fact that he went first. So what really differentiates the businesses. That are able to make the shift in those. That can't so if you think of blockbuster and netflix named blockbuster was the established people but netflix did go from Cds doing you know movies online but blockbuster was never able to make that shift. What differentiates the two companies to great example. Netflix shifted not once but more than what they went from Dvd's belowps two movies from other studios online to movies on each one of which was enough of a shift to build a revolution. The reason that blockbuster didn't compete with netflix. Netflix dot net flicks for two million dollars. Right because eight. They were making so much money from late fees that they were afraid to give up the late fee revenue even though they knew that it was ultimately lead to their demise. Part of the problem is being company and part of the problem is falling in love with sunk costs and the thing is that Sunk costs must be ignored. You have to realize that whatever you've got is a gift from your former self and if you don't want to accept it you don't have to accept it. So what advice would you have to small business owners especially those set there in high contact businesses. They own a restaurant or a travel company or a bowling alley. They're having a hard time. What would you say to them. Well what does it mean to own a bowling alley one level. You're leveraging piece of real estate they can loan and the value of that real estate is much much lower than used to be your hand you. You're leveraging the trust that you have among a thousand people who seek for you to be there connector that they look forward to going bowling. Not because rolling. A ball is inherently joyful but because being with their friends and colleagues is already know how to do that so spending the next year figuring out how to do it without your real estate is to chance of a lifetime. If you can figure out how to do it you can keep growing that business without mine more real estate and it's this sort of shift that has like nintendo playing card company. If they said well we have to stick with playing cards because we have this machine. That prints printed playing cards. No one would have ever heard of nintendo. Here's this moment you don't have to like it. You don't have to event but here it is. what are you gonna do about it. So what questions. Small business owner ask themselves. Because i think you bring up. A great point is like well. What am i really in. How can i make sure that. Ask myself the right questions. And don't just come up with the answer. Well i'm a bully. What you do in the business you're in are two different things and I think the key is to say when people find emotion that they're willing to pay me money to find again. What is that emotion so the reason that a family might get a family portrait. Done it because they don't know what they look like night. The reason that someone might have a really fancy wedding isn't because they don't know how to go to a pizza joint for dinner. They're doing these things reasons that have to do. Basic human wants and desires and emotions. Not that they need. Sam the fields and i love that because i always tell people that no one really wants to buy your products or your service or your stuff. They wanna have this emotion. They want to have this connection. That's really what their mind. Exactly that's exactly right and we don't have to say on knows but you know levick famously said no one buys a quarter inch by quarter exactly and i don't think anyone needs to quarter inch all i think what they need is a place to put a lag bolt and i think the reason. They need that because they want to hang the shelf. And i think the reason they want to do that. Say can clean up the den. And i think the reason they want to do that so their spouse will be proud of them. So when you go to the hardware store to buy drill you really buying is. I want my spouse to be proud exactly. Oh that's almost the answer now. Almost every question. I want my spouse proud me. The last question i wanted to ask you is if you're going to do this creative work. How do you determine who and what you created. This work for is money. A bad motivator. Or why should people be doing well. There's two parts. The first part is you have to begin by being prepared to pick someone if you are for everyone in your for nothing and then once you just decide to be on the hook for someone it really helps if you pick someone who has money to spend to south near popham because all other things being equal customers need money are better than customers. Who don't have money when you were on episode to celebrate episode five hundred. You talked about how important it was for small businesses to niche down. You said well listen. There's three hundred. Something million people in the united states. Only seven million. People know about seth godin. But that's enough not to be everything to everybody. That's right and i don't want to call it nation down. I wanna call it putting yourself on the hook for people who care because that feels like a worthy jerry. I love that. Well seth i always appreciate come back on the show. Where can people get. A copy of. The new book called the practice. Go to truck yourself dot com and you'll get samples and links in and videos and some stuff like that just yourself dot com. And where can people sign up for your daily blog. Because i have to tell you it always makes me think every day and it stood at least i think for fifteen seconds a day. So thank you for that. Where can people sign up. Anna comes with a money back guarantee their desktop log. se t h asked the blog. And there's a little place to put your email address so thanks so much as ama twenty cpt in chicago. We right back. You have a business to run which means you have a business to protect when you work with an independent insurance agent you benefit from not only their expertise but their knowledge of your business and your community. The hanover is a leading insurance provider for businesses. 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Talk to your insurance agent about crafting coverage plan with the hanover or visit. Www dot hanover dot com to find an agent. Stick around to get your small business unstuck more of small business radio with very moles now on w. cpt h chicago's progressive talk. One of the industry's hardest. Hit by covid was live events. What if you're in that business and all the sudden a lot of your company's activities went away overnight. How would you survive here to help. Is joshua who's a ceo of sound productions a pro audio video and lighting sales and distribution company servicing north america joshua. Welcome back to the show. Thank you very great house. Your house your family faring. During these times good good. I think that you know one of the toughest parts is You know for the per my kids just just not seen everybody but everyone's helped you so much appreciate it. how are you guys doing. we're good thanks for asking. So you're in the sound business. He did a lot of live events. Tell us where you were approximately march thirteenth in. What was going through your head. You know if you ironically enough. It was actually be day. We were launching a second location in madison wisconsin and so It it was You know it was. It was an interesting day. Because you know we had some real world problems. We had to consider of You know what's happening what's going to happen. How long is this going to be But one of the the. I would say things that changed Overnight was we had live events. That immediately went away We have an industry and a large customer staying with her street. That's production companies that catered to live events trade shows concerts and all of that and immediately stopped being able to do those events so that the that a really really big change for for our industry overnight and so we do adapt very very quickly but also during that time one of the things and i've spoken about it on You know one of our previous conversations but it's Taking care of those that are around you and so it's really challenging because for our industry. There's a strong group of people who are amazing who have culture and history and education. That immediately had no way for employment at and really haven't had any sense and so that's something that we're currently working through to try to help keep those customers For us but ultimately does production companies and their education Around so take us through some of those conversations when you know look like there may be some restrictions but then they events went away. What were some of those conversations going back and forth between you. And perhaps the people launched the events or in the industry takes us inside a little bit. Well the first thing it was It was just a delay that that was what everybody thought you know an x. weeks or months you know we'll be able to do these events and it'll be okay. But as april came about it really said in and you could see the wheel slowing down to a halt From new products being purchased from from from gigs actually happening. And so that was over that you know march and then a really into april It was very evident to see that. We're not going to be resuming any time soon. So so during that time joshua there was a moment of panic that set in. Because i know a lot of folks that restaurant owners who run kids play centers or run bowling alleys. I mean there's got to be in that moment of panic where you watch to see your business you've grown up you've grown all time. Start to evaporate absolutely. Yeah and not just for us. I mean i i will say yeah. We've been very blessed that we we've been able to pivot at Do streaming and and other things that allows for for for our team to stay employed But for the production companies themselves that there was no worker or was no gigs. In so one of the big things that we've seen a shift for many of them is To move towards the installation side do some of the installs but you have some very large companies like live nation. Who is the world's largest promoter for for concerts right or the freemen company does a lot of trade shows and other greg helping those types of organizations unfortunately had to lay off or let go The majority of their workforce because there was just no work. And i think that's the hardest thing for a lot of small business owners because we all expect joshua be ups and downs the economy. And sometimes you know your industry is hit. Sometimes it's not are usually every industries hit but it's harder or softer but here something beyond your control happened and then the government in a sense said hey. You can't run your business anymore. Well that and that's been the thing and there's a You know and so more of a practical piece of this. There's a you know piece of legislation that helps companies like our industry Which is it's called the restart act and those are the types of things for for production companies or individuals that are primarily ten nine workers. They didn't qualify for the ppp. Or some of those other mechanisms to help the struggling businesses. Similar to for restaurants in a restaurants have a lot of Really talented good team members. But they weren't able to bring bring them back consistently do that. So to me it's It's a national conversation about. Do we make sure we take care of each other. While still honoring you know. Capitalism which is the the foundation of our country. So tell us how your industry and your business really has pivoted reimagined whenever you wanna call it during this time because we've all had to adapt absolutely. Yeah you're the first thing was. It was about creating a safe environment and allowing for a very scary time Helping your team be able to feel comfortable or as comfortable as we could and so one of the things that we did immediately and this is a credit to the really smart leaders at our team. We were able to get everybody you know after the you know essentially on march thirteenth. We're of the Remote within twenty four hours fully functional. It's that was really nice that we were able to do that for at least our office side team and we were deemed a critical infrastructure business by by our government and so it allowed us to To to have our essential team which was our warehouse or supply chain team. But one of the things really was As we continue to get our team comfortable reassure them continually communicating with them. It was finding a products that that was going to do. Well in this struggling economic. And that's really tough to do For many businesses typically larger organizations like ourselves but again it goes back to one of my core ethos in the organization is about people if you if you have the right people if you have passionate people and you educate them train them empower them. You'll do some special. Thanks so it allowed for us to very quickly spend a lot of time. Educating and bringing on products that people would use from a work from home application or learn from home application and so it allowed for us to to move into a whole new products. That's four video and lighting and for a studio or home studio microphones for those. That are doing zoom. You know that never ending zoom meetings for a lot of people you know. It's interesting because that is really a whole different industry. Because we're not used to having sound great lighting great video and if that you can't get a lot of these products right now. I remember when i got an upgrade video. Camera the middle of march. I i spend one and a half times. Whatever the price clause on ebay and you probably got a deal. Now i gotta deal so so what do you do if you're a business joshua that simply it's how much harder pivot but you still want kate. Take care people. You're you're kind of in a hard place absolutely peoples. not you know. Taking care of people isn't always about money though. I think that's a a misconception for some some leaders or sometimes just in conversations. People don't just care about money. I think money is a part of the equation but times like this. I think taking care of your people means empathy. It means understanding that. Yeah we've got to get a creative solution. Because i get it you're at home taking care of your Or at least supporting your kids during school. Some of the other things. That i think are just as critically important are For those in our texas facility. We have an and actually all facilities but but texas was the first reopen we have You know tape throughout the entire building sort of one way ingress egress so that way people bump into each other less than can socially Remained distant. we put a lot of things to make it easier week. supply different types of masks to all the team members that are in the office We have social comfort bracelets that allow for people to Yeah wear red yellow or green helping others understand their comfort and proximal. I love that. Yeah and so to me. Yes i think. Money or is is is definitely a part of the equation. But there's a lot of things to do that that help your team feel cared for that. That that allow them to be heard and ultimately I think one of the most under discussing this point is is mental health. I think that we've got to be careful that we don't back away from dragon a so far that we back into dragon b.'s. Map right so we do. We do a lot of virtual happy hours. So that way everyone can still see each other and be together And other things that allow for. Just good emotion and that connectivity That that is something that we really appreciate our organization. I think you bring up a good point because all right. Let's say my business. Shutdown bill payment but i can still care for them. I can still try to see if i can find other work for them and i love this idea of the bracelets because what. I've found josh work during this time. I mean to really no surprise. People have all sorts of level of comfort. Some people won't go to restaurants even sitting outside. Some people are comfortable sitting inside. Some people are comfortable flying. And i love this idea of red yellow green so when you approach someone you're talking to someone you know their level of comfort so you can respect that. Yeah i think that's one of the things that you also talk about. These kinds of times are manure moments you say they smell but let's break them down and use them to fertilize the future to tell us about that. Yeah you know so. That's that's my favorite thing. And i am a personal goal. Is i want to spend some time. Really writing about that. Because i think from a leadership moment there's a lot of different things we do as leaders. I think that one of the neatest things we can do to improve ourselves. Those around us is to embrace new moments because they smell and when they smell usually people out you know not wanting to be around it will leave or get away from as quickly as possible. But i submit that you use that to to really just take a moment to break down that smelling the newer which ultimately becomes fertilizer. And so one of the things. We do And i was encouraged. You know in a no fault organization is You can always make any mistake once but but if you make it a second time we really didn't do a good job of learning from that first time and so the manure moments either in the current economic condition or Pivoting to to be successful and the pandemic election recession year. Or just in general to me. What would it really means is to to to build around you say. Hey here's an issue and not feel bad about it and not have anybody guild jeweler or or sort of whack-a-mole from your boss or anything else. It's more of a. Hey here's the mistake. That happened right. No fault and here's how we can fix it so it never happens again. And that's really empowered Our team and honestly has has contributed greatly to such a higher rich culture. That we have people so i would encourage anybody thinking about that. Way is the. Don't make everybody or anyone necessarily feel bad for mistake. The first time. Use it as a moment to say. How do we make sure that doesn't happen again. Now the second time might be a different conversation but if you help your team feel like you know what i can make mistakes i can grow. You actually will see a higher level participation and truly you should see some successes with your organization and i would submit to any other business out there. Fear successful a hundred percent of the time. You're actually not pushing hard. You should fit exactly controlled failures to make you and your team better. So look into your crystal ball. I mean we're about seven or eight months in this pandemic. this might go on for who knows how long the better part of twenty twenty one when live events come back and of course they will come back. What do you see the future of them looking. Like at least initially. That's a great question. I you know. I had a crystal ball But i think that know just looking at the facts and having some Some good information talking to some other some other leaders were really confident that you know as people are comfortable and understand more details about what What's going on specifically with covid nineteen That people were participated in the economy As they feel comfortable. And so. I think that's a positive sign that we're seeing early next year. There are production. Companies live events planning We also have a good indications from live nation. Another great company that They plan on having close to normal operations by summer. Twenty twenty one so there's a lot of good indicators that say we're we're moving that direction i think vaccines important I think people respecting a other people's comfort levels obviously important In on a side note. I will say one of the things. I work in a pack. I think that one of the things that they've done very well. There is when people are sick. They wear masks. And i would love for the the American people to if you're sick You know stay home where you can but if you have to wear masks i think that's just a great thing. We could adopt But regarding the the events themselves. I really think it's going to be very similar to some of the megachurches that we see where you're going to have a a a a dual participation environment where you can have in-person church but you can also stream it. If you're not able to make him person. So i think events are gonna evolve in a way that will allow for it. I think the technology has evolved that you can Have both in person and streaming because think about one of one of the trade shows are conference. You participated in the past. There's a large amount of people that either a want to livestream or be which just loved to look at those through the lens of a podcast or some other type of training so i think capturing that content and then having it available for other people to consume different market i think is going to be really successful and i expect that to be a really neat transition and wave from what happened during the pandemic are incredibly craven. Resilient what i've seen is there's been a lot of parking. Lots in around. Chicago have really been taken over by live event. So people go they sit in their cars and they watch the event or the hanger on their cars and people rapeseed apart and i think that's great. Yeah well it to me. It's ahead somebody asked me. They said gosh. Were you ever worried about job. Security laughed and i said you know the moment that my five year old doesn't baba's bottom to music. That's we love music. We love being together and to me. That's a very encouraging sign. Because i do agree with you. I think i think that the the american culture we are. We're definitely a resilient group of people who are always looking at creative solutions and to me that ingenuity and innovation is going to push forward and do some really neat things over the years to come so thanks for the show again. Working people are more about what you're doing. Well they're they're welcome to follow us on social media anything that Has to do with what we're doing. We put out there Being articles for myself or or things that we're doing from organization They can go to our website. Sound pro dot com. We're happy to engage with people you know we like to lead with people i And make sure we're providing value so if anybody's interested please reach out directly. Thanks so much for joining us show again. This is an may twenty w chicago we right back. You know who supports small business on small business saturday and every day your local insurance agent. 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Assassins you're his success and failure to rebuild the overlook schuman marketing and technical icebergs that thinks star of drawing entertaining parallels well known part of the original titanic story can welcome to the show. Thanks so much very glad to be on. So tell us about how you're doing. Sheltering well i would say that it's probably easier for College professors to do that and in particular the kelley school of businesses very innovative. Our mba program launched an online version twenty years ago. So i have been teaching completely online for fifteen years. You were ready. I was ready. I do some in person classes too. And so i had to do with some slight shifting but i'm very comfortable and Enjoying i haven't heard the word. Enjoy too often agreed. Here's what entice when you were researching. What happened with a panic That really struck you. Yeah it's kind of interesting in that. I think a lot of people. Think of the titanic. As you know this big company that did something new and the way we look at it. The titanic initiative was really a new thing for them it was really like a startup and the company itself had a strategy of trying to have the fastest ships and they've won awards for having the fastest ships but it was getting more expensive to develop engines go faster and faster so they decided to make a major pivot in the parlance startups today. And they par- Pivoted to size and luxury and like many pivots. I don't think they really understood. Exactly what the ramifications of that change were for the business so it meant completely changing their manufacturing processes. It meant completely redesigning the boats and in that they had never done immense stretching technology in new ways that no one had ever thought of and as a result when they went when they launched the entire technology was completely untested and its first test came after hitting the iceberg and it turned out to be a terrible failure and we see this often with startups when they pivot. They don't totally understand the pivot that they need to do. They and they are surprised at things that happen right. During the time. I think the name of the company with silver star. Line the white star line pretty close the white star line. Did they have success. and before. The titanic oh absolutely. I mean they have been around for at least one hundred years. They were the first to take gold miners to australia. They were a royal her. Royal majesty's ship for the mail so they were very very successful Shipping company now the time they went through some challenges and needed money and one of the folks who came in and bail them out was actually j. p. morgan of j. p. morgan chase today and He was the one who came up with the strategy of moving to Largest and most luxurious both. So it's kinda interesting that he bailed him out he became an investor and then investor made them change direction. Which with a pattern. We see with startups as well. So it's interesting to me. Kim is that a lot of people these days with the pandemic they have to pin it right after. Start start to more. Think like a startup. What did you learn from the whole incident. With titanic about how startups should really pivot. And what makes them successful. What makes them fail link to that question. I was just about his day. But the challenge that we have today is that most companies are going to need to have it. I mean some industries. Some companies are doing extremely well right now. If you're in the technology space anything that is education or entertainment. Electronic education payment doing really well anything and distribution and supply. Chain is doing really well but other people do have to pivot. And it's gonna be really important that you understand customers needs when you have and sadly in times of crisis. Sometimes we actually quickly and we don't really go out and understand what customers want and the key is. How can you build value for customers today. And i think a lot of restaurants are going to be starting to ask themselves these kinds of questions right because as they start to reopen. There's a really important question is how how did we create value. How do we create by you. And how do we capture any profits from the way that we create value. What are people willing to do these days until it needs to keep your ears close to the customers and really figure out what they want to drive. That restaurants are especially interesting thing for me. Because i believe that you know we can open up all the restaurants in the world but if people don't feel safe to go out there they're just not going to come and what isn't gonna make people get up from their dining room table where they're having take gal and actually go into a restaurant. That's the key and wi fi locally as we've had some reopenings there some. I mean depending on the nature of who your customer base was and What the purpose. The reason that they came into your restaurant some restaurants have already seen some positive action immediately upon reopening so but other you know if it's going to vary depending on what people were trying to accomplish so if you're that local restaurant that is like the center place where people gather and people wanna see each other as much as eat. Then you know people miss each other. They're going to be willing to to do more. But if you're that very special occasion Relaxed atmosphere take a long time. I think people are going to be more reluctant to do those kinds of things because of you know not wanting to be exposed. We're done with after kim saxon. She's a cawthrow will call the titanic back successfully navigating the uncertainty that most startups of console when when the titanic actually made this pivot people. I assume people wanted to go faster and have more luxury. Well so they definitely. There was an opportunity for that. And this is another mistake. That we classically see startups make In order because of the size of the boat they needed to get a lot of people there so they created three different classes for a second and third class and they really designed the boat around meeting the needs of the first class passengers who actually ended up buying tickets and where the bulk of the passengers third class. It's cheap things. And so that caused a lot of problems Because in order to make this really luxurious both there were a couple of things that they needed to do one was they needed to have a two story dining room in order to have a two story dining rooms they had to go to the level below the dining room and lower the bulkheads it turns out that morning those bulkheads led to the sinking and afterwards the regulations required the bulkheads to be the two feet higher that they had knocked out the second. Big thing that happened is that they wanted these beautiful promenade deck for these luxurious passengers. And so they wanted to have an unobstructed view and they took out the lifeboats. You see how these problems that are. Multiply as you try to make pivots or try to accomplish something that you weren't used to doing before you don't understand the ramifications of making changes and how that affects the total and they didn't that's going to be really important for small businesses to think about not. Just how do i do something today. But how do i do something that sustainable that i can deliver on an ongoing basis. We saw a few restaurants for example start with takeout and they discovered that they couldn't do it they couldn't pull it off. They couldn't get people to work and people were willing to pay enough and they couldn't make the margin at it and had to dial back and then all of a sudden the people they had been serving were now mad because they were used to getting takeout and they can't get take out so i think there's a lot of these changes that people just need to be a little thoughtful about how to build their their business for the long term. Not just to get through the next week to. Kim is the cheese year into those changes. Those radical changes more slowly in other words in the titanic. If they had done made one change several chains that may have been helpful. Yeah absolutely and and test as you go. I mean one of the beauties of this time period and particularly as things are becoming more and more digital is that you have the opportunity to experiment and get rid of get rough edges off quickly and and change again so test. Something out and be prepped. And maybe even have a series of tests. And i think this is one of the things that we counsel a lot of small businesses. So you're gonna do this thing. How do you know if it's if it's working or not. What are you gonna look at so then pretend the data comes back if you get these kind of results. Back good enough. If you get other kinds of results you know what is good enough. And i think a lot of times people just move and they haven't really thought through how i know. This was a good move or not And experiment a lot more. You know what's interesting to me. Because a lot of people want to change the world and be real real innovative but i think also kim lot of folks are too much in a rush to succeed right and like a restaurant they want to get back to one hundred percent right away and that's not gonna happen. They gotta get the twenty five percent. I and thirty five or six than fifty percents if they're going to have sustainable opening and sustainable business long term. Yeah i mean i think one of the things that Difficult for small businesses is fully capturing and understanding who their customers are so for example. I go into my local restaurants For breakfast every saturday right but do they have any date on me. Do they knew who know who i am. All of a sudden. I'm not coming in. They don't know how to reach me and they don't know how to tell me when they're back and i was loyal freight and so i think restaurants particularly need to think who are loyal people who are people could count on for revenue every single week. How do we talk to them. How do we find out what they want. Because bring your loyals back on first and then worry about the rest of the capacity. Make your most loyal people happy to do that. You have to know who they are to me. Because i think a lot of people just bob. I'm in this location. People know where i'm at. I'm always open. I don't even say in touch with them. Basically be physical boys pupae. That's really my marketing. And now that's not really. It's really discouraging. So as at the start of this pandemic and where she advocates for supporting our local businesses my husband and i are angel investors in over a dozen startups and we started startup. so we're really supporters of the community. So i made a list of all the restaurants in small business that i wanted to support and i immediately reached out to them right before the shutdown was happening. And i said how can i electron support you. Well first of all not a single one today by a gift card online nuts zero then. I use their websites and use the contact. I sent them an email. And said how can i buy a gift card from you. Only one out of a dozen responded to me to reach out to some of them through facebook and called them and like how. Can i get an electronic gift card from you. I don't want to come into the into your place. I just wanted to arrive. I wanna give you money. And i'll be a unsecured creditor. I comparing time only two of the twelve. 'cause figure out how to do it. Wow that's incredible. Because it really goes that they were so used to doing one way of business. They weren't really ready to do another way. Even as a pandemic and i i'm a lot cam where many small business owners are. Just you know sitting around. Saying god. I i know. Just wait a little bit longer. Things go return to normal. And i keep telling people you know you got to burn your boats. We're never going back to normal least not for a very long time if you histories and other pandemics and and that's the number one talking point that we have working with small businesses The kelley school with our local chamber did a rapid response thing where small business is right in and say. Hey help me with this problem and you have to make it so that customers can interact with you in any way they want and cinch down anyway. The time to invest in new technologies. I can tell you. There's one restaurant i meant to go into. I just never got around to it. It turned out. It was the only one i could order take out electronically so they had a whole takeout menu up and i could do it and take my time and everything so i actually started going to that restaurant because they could provide service in the way that i want to get it so let people get through your website. Let people email you let people call you. Let people walk in. Let people tax you. There's technological tools. That will let you do all those things. They're not horribly expensive and now is the time to get people on if you don't know how to do it. Have someone in your organization. Do it there's freelancers that will help you on. Those tools are all available. You just need to start getting them on. Because you need to be electron iq into the future kim. A lot of small business owners. Of course they make pendant big sale. Whatever happened to the white star line. After the titanic was what happened to their business. Yeah so the white star line eventually got bought by cunard which was a big competitor. At the time in fact they had often traded back and forth. You had the fastest boats but They did survive the titanic. They had two other large votes that they were building at the time and so they were able to stay as a shipping Entity for a long period of time and tell the depression really they were successful. They had been around for a long time. They had a lot of ways for success. That didn't bankrupt them. It did set them back but they had adjust university to see how the cruise lines. Now have to reinvent themselves and where they'll go from here it is interesting as you think about cunard as You know a big name that we know today and the crew line. In fact i think most the cruise line ladder up only two or three firms. So there they consolidated years ago But it will be interesting to see. How much is the cruise lines. Know travel more more broadly. I mean i don't know about you but we're rethinking how we wanna do travel We're thinking we will travel but we're being cautious about how wanna do that travel So it'll be interesting to see how those things emerge I'm hoping that you know. Companies can think about different ways to deliver the saint services. I mean i think one of the things that's been brilliant through. This pandemic is a museum and travel agencies and other groups that are providing free content via the internet to help people escape The you don't just have to travel to your living room. You could travel to match you with someone virtually I think it'll be really interesting to see. How restaurants travel and other types of entertainment evolved in our new normal looking forward to going to march peaches without the altitude sickness. So kim i appreciate you being on the show. Where can people get a copy of the book and learn more about what you're doing. Sure we'll it's broadly available online at amazon and all other book retailers and also we have a website. Www dot titanic affects dot com and. There's resources that can be downloaded And we send out a weekly tips every week. We send a little short. And here's what we're thinking about for. Small businesses today kim. Thanks so much everyone for joining us this week. I want to thank our sponsor. The hanover insurance group. 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Podcasts that is weathering the storm anywhere here with you with live updates the cockroach at the end of the world at the and these cockroaches are all about pitch and million dollar ideas. No we have a new surge of people coming in from the Des Moines Area Area. That does moines. It's actually. It's a small little town in New Hampshire. Oh that's so nice. Oh of course guys push the show four but I know people enjoy structure in their lives during these tough time. Need it so I open the floor to you? Guessed it slow moving? We still doing that. Thing where you slow down for the languages really unnecessary. There's actually a little bit of dead air the before. The song starts playing the long venturing. You say you're doing your the little too slowly because you think like I need to catch up. That's not how this works now and I'm just imitating us so I don't even know that there is a thing. Yeah who'd rather trying make it sink. More Dylan can fix it in post. I'm sure Dylan's a very very busy man these days. I ain't that the truth. Notification of are they just unavoidable at this point otherwise? We can't hear Jeffrey. Yes at some point. But I think Dylan actually. Super dill edits does. So that's great. You must be that. Must be a health scape of editing for him. The way you treat this kid is. I treat them like a little brother. Actually I got a birthday presents every year Christmas present and actually I send them a six pack in his for Saint Pad. You stay. Saint Buddies cried in dark room. We've been crying in a lot of darker completely. It's good for your eyes. You know want to be looking at screens all KINDA WANNA speak for you day but I feel like we're actually kind of happy you're right. This is like could be worse because not worse as do start blending together Ben. Worse quite honestly. We've had it much worse than those for sure. We don't need to bring up the quest moving. Yeah well I mean that's not worse but it is sense it it's competing. It's for US personally. We're not saying that quest moving on par with a panoramic but it was a pandemic and our life through a lot of pandemics together and we'll get there the mall all of us. The twin invasion nationwide shell past together this to show very good Dave and I think the nation might be as strong as ever and with that being said would it be wrong to be a member of the nation of the nation of nine at all. We always be out Fan. Thefts a part of what this is all about. It's going to be part of the nation we're going to be slinging you through that mudpit as well. Well Yeah. I mean now with all this extra time that I have I am looking at read. It and all these other websites a lot more and there's one person on read it who's always commenting repeatedly that he is very troubled that Jeff and I are fighting and that's actually me nine. So today I finally commented back being like hey like Eric were off fighting. I mean Eric Evan. We're not fighting. His name was an F. Jess so You know off the bat on his coming in hot I mean. He's not nothing more disrespectful that calling someone by the wrong technically his screen name is Yvonne. So it is like Evan Yvonne Eve. I mean that's not putting him on blasts 'cause he has numbers but I'm not saying that but it's actually. You attacked me a couple of weeks. No He's not. It's not about remember that don't Spend Thirty Twenty Twenty Times Eve wronged me Jeff? We remember all of those but at the end of the day where family. We're all good. Everyone's happens you're sure started you've been talking to each other's way since we met basically so this is just what it is. We're totally fine. And I think Andrew under the bridge water under the bridge brands text messages. You guys to abandon me and New York. Most likely get over it. You don't like to leave Brooklyn remember when you didn't come to my brother's Rockwood show. Who and where we fully? I don't even know whereas Rockwood New Jersey. Now it's like lower east side. I mean that sounds like I remember now. It was raining that night. Not No light. Was Jeff Tarantula off. So what are you? GonNa fucking wicked witch. You'RE GONNA melt Rosenberg's get real dry skin cat exactly Kinds that was a hefty beef as I'm the structure manner this show the producer We are now moving on to our next week which we pitch ideas for schemes drains APPs. Sometimes just straight up fraud to be honest with you and I take pan little muddy buddy myself. That hopefully will not get sean too hard around this pig pen. He's Dave Rosenberg. Dave how you doing tonight folks alumnae Lou pose a question. Please do. Don't be looking over my shoulder at my notes. I'm not your so paranoid. What's worse having a significant? I'm leaving you knowing me. Nothing actually just because you with me. This smells Actually someone reached that on the twitter voicemail actually telling me that perhaps might tonsils needs to be removed her tonsils by the way. I always associated with wisdom teeth. I kind of warming things in the backyard. Maybe many removed thicker sure. Yeah we're move on my teeth and go full dentures. Yes please. I think that's a real thing that people do and you should look into it. I think you wear hats too often. And it's suffocating your head a little bit. I don't wear hats indoors. I know and you have such good hair. It's so easy. We're a hat the dinner table. Can I ask you one hundred percent of the time you know that he's always remember enough that it's a? It's a little disrespectful. Do you know what happened last night. He literally okay. My obviously we're back to the beef part of the show. We are us like everybody else. We obviously we can't just go to the grocery store anytime we're trying to stay inside. You know an order things online and really not you know not take unnecessary risks. So we're we don't have any need to preface it with with your pity party. Scott what do you mean pity party? Obviously we're all in the same situation but you're trying to get the emotional reaction at the people by. I'm just talking about that. She's the Michael Moore of this podcast. You can see that whatever you know what you know what. So anyway we we we don't have rice krispies. So we wanted to make rice krispies treats but we couldn't and one of the cereals that we had was tricks we ended up making tricks krispies okay. They were delicious. They were so beautiful too so yummy and David comes down and he takes a giant one and then he goes in front of my entire family because he thought that I made them so my mother made them so he thought that I made them and so in front of my entire family he goes. This isn't that good like as he's shoving it down his gullet. How was and I went anyway so so it's not it's I said. Oh I like it better than Rice krispies. You go definitely not not that good they're called Rice krispies being derogatory. Yeah and then and then my mom's I made no. You didn't like it was so awkward yourself then. You went back and took like hassles the past. That'd be great that somehow but it's actually just annoying. Insult them then you've finished them off. Have you talked to them? Separately about Dave staying at the House for an extended period. Do they do they like it? Do they dislike it off the package deal? He lived here for like three months. When like quest moving do you ever do make dinner or do anything to contribute? He actually possibly breach protocol and go to look for jewel pods. Oh he's actually harming spike he's probably bringing in all sorts of of of the menthol. Not even joking about coffee onto the microphone to probably spreading corona virus to me like Joe. Koff stuff doesn't come out during Jones. Like a real dry off. He's usually seems like he's drunk already. We're talking about what are you taking? Jeff is that a wiser. I'm having a fresh catch. What is the clam? Juice alcohol clamp if again shoes. It's that's cool. I mean I don't know I'm chill with the Albany Times House. Jeff probably five or six. I mean like do you. Are you talking about your backyard? Or you're talking about the street both well. How many times the street two or four Taylor four or double? That depends if I need to go grocery shopping. Sometimes they just go for a walk and went for a bike ride the other day. Go to the hardware store sometimes You know sometimes I'll just start licking people source. I hope it isn't a what do you mean everything that you need for. Your House is essential. Are People Building. Parts of their home runs when here something explodes in Your House. You need to be able to go to the hardware store I have. I have a bit of a beef with the hobby lobby. Ohio Ono the Hobby Lobby Joann fabrics and Michael's need to be open. Right now are they're they are exactly the kind of person that's keeping them open. You said you leave the house possibly up to four times a day to just meander about go to the store as much as I would love a hobby lobby near me to go to. I don't agree. That workers should be working there. We homegoods is open or are you doing Minnesota in Minnesota accent mustache. Now it's probably coming natural tone That comes natural to me. You got that handle by. Let's get back to what's important here and it's my amazing idea so we just cut to the chase. You're trying to claim there's anything bad about having even though you would know nothing about anything like in my mind. It's the fact that the two individuals could have differing schedule. Let's say for example one of them's working in one of them isn't that one person goes to bed at ten shop until three or four. Am You know hoping to? I think you're getting bad again. I start to stay up till three or four. Am It's this really big sign that you're getting real easily lapsing? Yeah you're starting to turn into Dr Mr Jekyll or whatever and Mr Hyde bad one doctor. Jekyll jekyll doctor is good right lunch. Her actually sound off on our invasion pod more evil. You would assume the doctor would be the one that started the incident. I was GONNA say the opposite that you would assume the doctor would be the same one I agree with. I agree with on on that one for sure. Hit US up on the socials. Let us know what you think So basically differing sleep schedules and now I now. Do you see the issues that I'm going to lay out for you here. Do you see him now. Of course headphones can ameliorate the problem of sound. Yes ameliorate. He's using all right. What I'm focused on. Today of course is the cure for the light. Pollution sucker screen will omit making it quote unquote difficult for the early sleeper. To you guessed it sleep uninterrupted. Oh so you acknowledge that you wake me up with your concept of this is a hypothetical situation. Okay like it just didn't occur to you because you wake me up every night with your light and your sounds in your flashes you look back on his computers phone or is jewel he. He brought back the IPAD. He wasn't using it fix stepped on his IPAD. Broken for like a super long time now to be scared to use it for you. Pay Top dollar for that top dollar. For what the Fixer? Or the initial by all. I think it's a good product though and holds up and then and then you just watch it on like the brightest brightness. You can have it on all night long until like five in the morning and he's also possibly lake. I Dunno like living a second life. We've talked about this before. Like what are you watching CNN? Fucking been I've gotTa talk to Wi fi and the kid at least two hours a night. I think I'm independent denture. You right now. Wow that would actually be so far. Why didn't I say that's why you're jail fucking smack on the head by? Who BY ONE OF THE CASH? He asshole when you try and let them drive in by. What are you? Don't even joke about that? You Bring Enough Elixir. Learn the episode. So don't get me started and you were Jeff. I come on folks. I found the solution to that light pollution. And you're not gonNA believe it but I've actually had my people at fact labs developed some pretty interesting tech that you might be interested in interesting twice in the same uninteresting. Allow allow me to introduce my brand new product. The deluge right the Lou. Mater is a once in a lifetime product allowing your TV. Stay Black while you stay game. And using proprietary technology that the luminated TV Pittsburgh eliminator classes allow you to see the unseen. And how does it do this? You might ask why can't go too much into it obviously but using some. Qr Code all right. The glasses are able to pull a pattern from that black screen that unlocks a television display with the kid glasses allowing you to see of course pass the on scene. This product is still in the early stages but the tech is there the price point on this will be five hundred dollars but you can be sure that the product is lit up with the lights down. That is brilliant. David I love that. I. I'm going to stay right now. I'm fully in as a customer and an investor one. What about the what about the Audio Jeff Heads at issue funds from the TV pair had Bluetooth headphones? I compare my ear pod do that. I do do that. Jeffrey time from so your TV in that room can connect to your Bluetooth in using the road. Map by you get your TV from the East River than maybe not but most you can do their TV's like fucking ten years old. Grow your toaster brow. And if I recall correctly you paid for I share split. We split four ways now. Four ways eight years ago and never got my money back but the TV holds up. Tv does hold up what about the TV that we gave you what you do with that. It's in my new room. Who are your apartment. And that's right. Yeah I have an additional room because my roommate bailed on me and now we have a rent freeze so I'm not going to be paying rent until twenty twenty two. What do you mean now? We have a rent freeze. Line almost talking. Oh Jeff don't safe as talking. They're saying I think past actually Did you see his nipple rings? Quick whispers more young CUOMO CUOMO HAS NIPPLE RINGS. Wow so cool. That could've makes me Kim. Lot more than I don't know why I like him. So that just shows a loser site to him you know how do we know about the Nipple Rings? 'cause he wore a light a t shirt that showed it like yesterday really rich. We'll put it on the visuals. Sound off if you earn nipple rings or not into neighbouring when they're unexpected. I am when they're expected. I'm not interesting. I know exactly what you mean David. You're really speaking modeling today. Ling speaks six okay so I think that this is a brilliant idea so basically it's like it. Are there glasses involved that there's involved here? I you know if your eyes could see them. Your eyes would be able to see them. You know right so maybe it could even be like a Qr code is good but like maybe you are attack it's not you know a Qr Code. This is a whole new coding algorithms and whatnot. That like it could be something. In the actual panel itself could be the product could be like the glasses paired with a panel of black panel itself. That's like you put older handles in the TV. We're we're embedding that panel tech into the TV. Everyone's going to have that. Tv WILL WE USE That's actually not a bad idea. To Be Honest Jones. Yeah some type of obviously mine is the the more futuristic version But I think panels and bad similar to a whole lot of bankers have those screens on their computer. Where you can't see from the side was thinking I was also thinking about that is why a lot of bankers will have that are like an. Hr person would have right right darker and come with the glasses that that's a good pivot. Honor that's actually a great pivot. Stay in Los Angeles. So are you looking at this? Things in your. There's a screen in the glasses. Well the glasses were to pick up the code but perhaps now that if we have a panel And it's directed at the right angle. Perhaps we can figure out a way to sorta cheat the system right. So which is it? It's GonNa be Balked Jeff. I'm running companies that will compete against each other owned by the same person which will allow competitors to think that the industry is a bit more saturated Like that it's very cool. Actually GonNa send it around the horn. L. Have the chef a tugboat. Give me one tug for yes two tugs for yes and yes That's a good one. That's how much is again though. It can be four to five hundred dollars. That seems a little pricey also. Does that screen that you put on for the bankers? Can't you don't have to remove that every TIME CIGNA JEFFREY? This is something that will pull down like. You're a projector on your screen type of situation. So he's actually the top then you can change the angle. Is that what you're saying? Yeah you couldn't sort of filter it like you would occur into a blind. You know very interesting. I love the idea. I love the competitive nature of the two companies. Kind of kind of you know fills the market out good it. What's the word for Saturates it yes David? Thank you so much for that. And I said why sorry self saturated big fan of the idea and as a customer investor and tugboat off. You seem to love it. I imagine you're s both the customer and investors. Well yes I am David I just WANNA say. Thank you for coming up with this idea. I love your marine. I love you came up with the chest an hour ago. Some proud to you know. I think the mind works a lot harder and smarter when you have a tight deadline hal. Yeah I concurred doing Jeff. Don't you know you don't have to worry about that? We can talk about it and just ask you. I'm plugging in my computer on your on all fours and you're on crowing around the kind of like Cam show for us. No No let me if you will to pose a question please. Do Jeffrey play no a lot of people. Finding they're finding themselves with a lot of what time guests time. Allow me time to guess. I agree with that David. I agree with that but what something that people have been looking for that are surprisingly sold out there on the Amazons and whatnot zinc. You're talking I'm trying to think and think well I didn't get the right kind. You're buying. Let me rewind here a little bit. What did I say? What's the reason I leave the house? Two to four times a day. And what do I want? The people in Ohio to stop doing is going to wear into to your hobby. Lobby's your hobby. Lobby's your Michael's your craft store Israeli but people want to craft right they have. This is crafting time. It's the age of crafts. And you know sure you can go on your sites Your ebays your Ad. Seize your Amazon's get kids? But what if I were to tell you? He couldn't get a quick kit there. You couldn't get twin innovation kit made by the boys and girls there at twenty comes with a fun little projects he can do ages. Eight hundred eighty. We're talking about a frame. Burgtheater from bird feeders. Excuse me burgtheater cool to bird. Theater is kind of cool to maybe a big one if you have a lot of canaries or blue jays or what have you. Who SAYS I don't like to watch stuff? We don't know what we're doing is we're making. We're calling them the ten dollar kids Dave and these ten dollars kits range from anywhere from again the that bird theater to You know we have no even to if you WANNA play around with that. Yeah it can miss. So your own. Puppet plush toys Yeah I think there's a big market for this chaff a brilliant idea. We should do a twin innovation branded mini pig for the mini pigs for that sounds like As part of this I'm saying Jeff can sort of create your gaming pack as well What's the mini? What are we talking about here? That game where you roll the pig she know what about it? Oh make Essentially twin invasion game with a pig just local but different. The pigs have stamped on this Let's see I'd see that something that you can Use Your thirty inches or printer makes about twitter Asian die and Of course of course things doable. Till it's not until you have to do it of course So yeah we we make these kids. An puppets was a good idea. Dave like what you have there and you know I think if people want to send me their crafts and I'll bundle these kits. We can release the my Po box. Send your junk to me. And I'll organiz that junk with rubber gloves and whatnot you'll flooding and then I'll flip that. I'll put that yarn from one box into another and what you're gonNA have their little twit kit of the idea. Jeff I love the name of it. That's great though. There's a multitude of things you can do with this Everyone likes home project And you know you don't necessarily want your kids to play with toys all the time. Maybe you want to teach the matter. Bill that toy. That's exactly right Dave. You know we have different. We have different learning modules. If you WANNA learn construction if you want to you know learn Aviation we do. We do You know some some some plain where ten dollars that's correct. Yes but Are you sending them one thing or medley of things or sending them one thing that they pick? Of course we bundle for for more but that will cost more. Th- well pricing plans and the release time of Is there an option for once a week once a month once now David subscription Muslims? So glad you brought that up. Yes we're looking into that into inside. Q3 though Right now the virus The supply chain is running a little short. I make sense You know the simplest ideas and not to say this idea simple. But it's a compact concise and I'm a con man who's in as a customer and investor. Thank you and I actually would like to get a you know it is. I mentioned the supply chain stuff. I know. No one really wants to talk about it. Talk to you have to have but I think that might be part of the problem. We start producing stuff like we used to down in you know enjoy red and blue states alike. You know we can. We can really change this country news this moment for opportunity. Chen let's build some twit kitsch with that factor. He space in the nine yes. I'll gladly donate all my factories for this as well And even if you have leftover stuff in your basement. My Guy Loves Mike I love trash so send your trash. Their specific trash and low will obviously underwear town. Damon. Now we're talking googly eyes. We're talking equal sticks battery. I guess might be a little heavy. These things should be sent to the schools now. Two YEAR TRASH PROJECT GARBAGE MAN. One Guy Bundle them up and get them for the schools day. You have to kit for the schools. No I never mentioned schools. But we do have a K. Through twelve partnership that we're working on in Q. Five and there is no Q. Five welcome to twenty twenty one q five q. On Dave Cohen Schools is contract supposedly supposed to sign up? We're working with two hundred to begin with a PS ONE. Two hundred okay fair enough. I don't have any more questions shifts. Sorry to grill you a little bit over that mud flame. But I just want to make sure you're the right person to carry this company into Q. Five that's just part of the Business Day. Clap it out tugboat. Give us two tugs. If you're in very good guys we've got to work on your tugs for next time Next stop and this very special ship that we call. Nice and the destination is ideas. She's got a great brain on her and uneven prettier face. She's Queen on a new show. Allow me to pose a question. Please do who do. What's the worst part about how trying to follow these? Cdc Guideline I think people are realizing not to touch your face a lot harder. Then I try so yeah basically. It's really difficult to not touch your face even know saying today with the other day. I'm terrified of this disease. I still find myself when I when I was going tortuous. Th- right now. Yeah he's time and you know I. It's an absent minded thing that you do you. Don't you do all the time without even realizing it's not like you plan to touch your face? You do it right so anyway. I've been finding that you're doing you know David. No don't don't inject that into my pitch. Okay I don't want that Verno interject if you'd like just not with your foul poop Louis. So anyway that's something that gives me a lot of anxiety with this whole thing is because I I basically feel like you know the washing your hands the huge component of keeping safe from this. But if you're out eventually gotta leave the House and you might touch something and if you make that one mistake to touch your face. That's all it takes to get this disease so my product is here to save humanity for bold yes production so basically. This is a Bracelet necklace okay Which is easily wear like. It's not even like a big none of the neither one of these are big chunky and anyone there Unisex anybody can wear this bracelet necklace and they have sensors in them. This is honestly like a billion dollar real life idea about. I feel like it should exist. It really should. It's a bracelet and necklace. And they have sensors in them and if you are GONNA if they get close to each other because you're touching your face bracelets close to the necklace alarm. Goes off a very hamma motive. You're on the phone. You're going to have to fucking work around that. Put It on speaker. Some Shit drew. Its the pandemic honor. That's a very interesting idea to sound like you updated under modernized last week's Harangue Lorraine was sort of that neck. Brace we're you couldn't stand within six feet of someone so this seems like a very good example more personal definitely in a little bit more personal. I think In addition to the the sounds that your jewelry and bracelet or omitting feel vibration vibration to but I almost feel like there should be like magnetic poles in it that our office it that also interesting David. I like that shown active in. Repeat that to me but just like you have your your necklaces Positive Magnet in Ura Bracelet is native dying. So there's a huge force that pushes you away when your hands like a good way to get a brain tumor magnets magnets con shit. No it's a healthy good. They're good magnitude. Thirteen point when be a good or bad magnet? That's fantastic idea very cool. We get a name for it now. I need your help to come up with one priest your neck brace yourself brace yourself brace you don't mind brace yourself The brace the embrace M Race Anne Marie. Yeah that's not bad because the magnetic part yeah Jefferson your scored alling around over there. A. LOT UPSIDE DOWN. You have attached your ankles to what are those things called and Clint's silent there. I would love to have one of those where you could like sleep. You know hanging down. Yeah that's really scary. Get too much blood or my one of my buddies actually has one of those converter yet. Inverted playing fairly has led to. If you know what I'm sure he got sisto Nipple rings are connected to its Prince Albert guys great. I ap half half the episode. I think we're really creaming through this episode in more ways than to and I can't wait to get back to you some fun user submissions and of course the catcher. The De. We'll be right. Yeah let me tell you. 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That I mentioned on the pod Not Too long ago but you can use like the APPs interesting. The APP has anything where you have to send them your driver license allegedly like grab your you know cousins or something and then just you know. I'm sure the delivery doesn't give two shits that's interesting Chaffetz that's very interesting You're not exactly spot on but are not spot off either not spot off either so basically this one individual claims that if you go to a grocery liquor store in full corentin year enough to cover your entire face and then just casually. Hannah valid twenty-one plus licensed in this day and age. They aren't GonNa ask you to take off your mask or suit and you'll be clear that's really Dr Full has match. That's right Jeffrey. Taking advantage of the awful times we find ourselves. Pretty funny though. It is pretty funny though. It's actually crime except for you know the sixteen year old. That drinks too much booze. Traumatized by seeing a person in a has mat-su walk in. We're not too far away from that. Especially at the Hobby Lobby there in Ohio Hobby Lobby. You are getting snapped it out. A the sexually brings us to my favorite part of the time for the niche in you. This is a segment on the show. Where the twin of Asian nations out there and Moins and really all over the place Send their ideas schemes. Their dreams their million dollar ideas to either our email address ideas at twin ovation. Dot Biz They can hit us up on the social innovation pod and of course they can call the twin voicemail number which is one six four six ninety six ninety two zero flat there on the to. Dave. I'M NOT FLAT. I'm never flat and been Being shredded all my laugh Jeff. Our first listener comes in from Cincinnati. Lamb money you have for us this is Liam coming at you out of Cincinnati Ohio. My team has a little bit to do with exercise. Actually a lot of it to do with exercise. What's the worst part about the treadmill? That's right what are you doing with your arms. I used to be the guy but I get this weird thing in my hip where it starts to tighten up and I need a pop so do that every every five minutes while elliptical speed walking on the treadmill and you know I miss doing something with my arms I felt like doing my arms doubling the workout while doing it at the same time so I'm talking about a combination between electrical and a treadmill. It's called an elected mill. No the price point is about four ninety nine ninety nine. I'm looking for an investment of about seven million dollars to start really getting that market I think it's a great idea. It's also most importantly twin ovation compatible so with that seven million investment. From you guys. There will be your faces on the front of the screen of Eliza male just like Palestine has a screen and you know it will be compatible with a twin of Asian. So I've seen as they roll out they will come pre installed with the television podcasts and the images of Queen L. Hefei and baby Davey and maybe we can put Mike on the on the on on the path of the treadmill. So you're kind of walking. No I'm just kidding. I'm just getting Liam from Cincinnati. Jeff I don't know if you listen to them I thank them beforehand Essentially it's a treadmill combined with an elliptical deal Lipton Mel Essentially and Handwork out a bicep workout shoulders. While you're running on a treadmill and I can't love this idea any more because I signed elliptical to be annoying rather just run than be on an elliptical while you do get that shoulder are You know Opera Latte workout with your elliptical. We were talking about this the other day. Remember David kind of like scooter type of hybrid thing where you could be pedaling like you'll do on an elliptical but you're actually traveling outside like moving forward outsider in the gym in the gym. This is what I'm saying kind of a pivot but like it's similar reminds me of what we were talking about It does indeed and I for one think it's fantastic Jeff. Any thoughts on the elliptical so to clarify your hands are moving like they wouldn't elliptical but you're running yes That's interesting I mean. Is that really a workout for your. I guess if you have to move the thing because it's not connected is armed thing connected to the treadmill and this new one all you know I don't know for sure and I don't think it needs to be. I think they can be separated with this. And that way you can go as fast as you want with having the right amount of resistance That you're able to do with your arm so I think it sounds pretty hard though right so then you're like working at your arms while you're running even though you kind of work out your arms when you do run anyway because you have to like you know. Yeah that is also interesting. Jeffrey and you bring up a fine point. Yeah I guess maybe this is actually a good time to bring it up. P ninety x full series available to free during Virus Odor Cove in one thousand nine p ninety x for free. It'll be in our newsletter. Check out the twitter and his staff. Today he's ready for winter. Jeff is starting a newsletter during these tough times And it's really going to be filled with a lot of primal information citing jeff. Can I have a column in it? Yes we can talk off cast. Ron Cast whatever you'd like if you WANNA pick some ideas to the team now. Obviously we need. The two thirds majority vote aquarium. If you will a corum indeed Fantastic clap at out. Again we're running big in Cincinnati these days and we'd love to show at your local arena. We would love to go to Cincinnati. Wouldn't that be such a fun? Little drive us. I do. Think so. Myself Shalom Shalom. Our next caller comes in from the promised land so long so long. This is your boy. Y'All your number one friend from Israel as awesome. 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78: NFL Draft Series: Patriots First Round Preview

Patriots All 22

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78: NFL Draft Series: Patriots First Round Preview

"This is the Patriots all 22 podcasts on the clns media Network the leading online provider for the sixth time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Welcome into a new edition a draft off addition of the Patriots all 22 podcast powered by the seal & S media podcast Network. I am Evan Lazar joined as always by Adam kirchen and we are taping this on draft even a Wednesday night about 24 hours out before the first round begins and Adam. We've done all the preview shows. I know both of us have done a ton of homework on this draft class and I'm just excited to finally get this thing underway. Yeah, and I'm actually kind of curious to see how they do it in terms of like the function. Functionality of the whole thing and terms of getting the pic send Em. You just worried that there's going to be like some hacker or somebody is going to be like, this is my Superbowl is kind of just take take everything down, but but I think just to see what people dead. After all this time, you know just, you know going over the players and everything like that. I think it'll be a lot of fun. It's a really great draft to obviously we don't want any of the problems that are going to this type of draft structure and in the in the technology piece of it, but at the same time it's a very good draft class. It's a very deep draft class. Then you add on all this craziness going on surrounding the draft and it just makes for a pretty fascinating story. You know, just the whole thing is just pretty bizarre. We are going to get into some more draft hits for the Patriots and just kind of dead set up the first round for New England if you will, but we do have to get to the news that Rob Gronkowski Gronk is coming out of retirement and he's now a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He had his introductory bucks, press conference about an hour ago Zoom call if you will it Roberto as he likes to tell us and he's back trunk is back and he is playing football for the bucks with Tom Brady. Premeditated it sounds like a little bit that as soon as Brady decided that he was going to move on from New England. The the Patriots are grunk decided that he might want to come back to football just not playing Bill Belichick in New England. Yeah, I was a bit shocked by the whole thing. I thought he was definitely done especially by the way, his body had sort of changed since he had left but you know clearly but you know, I feel like a lot of guys when they leave the game have that tugged to come back and within that first couple of years of leaving in the first place and I think this is just off. This is just that with with Gronkowski. I mean, you know, obviously he wanted to be with Brady, but it's just one of those things where when he comes back. I wonder how much you know back to 100% ground. He will be cuz it's tough to to leave and get back into playing Shape Song. But but again, I was I was really shocked when it happened. I definitely didn't see it, I didn't see it coming either but in hindsight we probably should have because it seemed from a really for the month old 2018 season and then the offseason following before he made the retirement announcement. It seemed like a lot of it had to do with the grueling coaching style of the Patriots and have Bill Belichick of why Rob Gronkowski was kind of just trying to fit around hole in a square peg of being the Patriot Way of being a patriot type player for a guy that really wasn't about regiment was off about being serious a hundred percent of the time, you know, that wasn't necessarily his sort of Mo at all, even as a member of the Patriots. So I think the interesting aspect of it is is that as soon as Brady moves on ground calls his agent Drew Rosenhaus and literally days after Brady makes the announcement that he's going to Tampa Bay Grom starts packing on the wait again and and getting ready. Ramp it back up to get back into football shape and to play football again. The reason why the Patriots didn't get more in the trade, I think is an interesting storyline to you know, a fourth round pick for Gronk and 1/7 the biggest reason, why was that the Patriots essentially had zero leverage in this deal whatsoever. I understand that they had the player but there was only one team that he was going to play for the Tampa Bay Bucs the Bucks. I am over a barrel kind of knowing that the only team that they were going to get compensation from was Tampa Bay on top of that from a salary cap perspective Grant could have unfiled retirement papers and said I'm coming back then immediately. As soon as he does does that is 9.25 roughly nine point two five million dollar cap hit automatically hits the Patriots 2020 salary cap, and we know their cap situation is what it is. So it's just a kind of a Confluence of factors one the draft being so soon right that they wanted to get the pick this year and not Kick the Can down the road on the pictures. And the second thing being their salary cap situation, they really didn't have much of a choice but sort of to negotiate with Tampa Bay and come to a fair agreement. But at the same time what we wanted to talk about more as long as it's basically a free fourth round pick for Bill Belichick the pilot tired, there isn't he wasn't going to play for New England. This is a fourth-round picked the Patriots weren't expecting to have and we've talked a ton in the draft birth is about trading back into the second round to fill that gap between 23 and 87. Well now Belichick has another trade ship to potentially do that with yeah, and I think it's important to note that the second round this year is a good place to be it's, you know, being the middle of the second round is not that different than the end of the first this year. So I think it's if I can somehow use those pics to get into the second round. That would be a good thing, you know, even we're going to get into this too. But I mean, even if they get rid of their first round pick and drop into the second around God She picks out of it, that'd be great. So, you know the whole thing with you know, playing in a different sort of organization a lot has been made about how Bruce Arians is more players coach that will bless of a Taskmaster all that stuff and you know, you know more fun to play with so so I mean a lot has been made about the phone know Belichick being the opposite of that and maybe this is just, you know, one of the things that Gronkowski wants is to plan to a different type of coat. I I think that's exactly what it is. I really think that he was just more or less fed up with playing for Bill Belichick in the sense that not that he has any hate towards Bill Belichick or animosity towards him as a person but just as a coach is a very grueling and demanding football coach. We know that and grog said so himself. I'm not going to sit here and say it's an easy organization to play for so I really think that the Bucks are offering Brady. Yep. Gronkowski Sim kind of like that halfway retirement right where they can just buy the show up feed themselves. Have fun with it play loose play, you know during the week if you don't want to practice you sit out this practice, you know, not not yet the world we're not going to come you know and get angry about that. Whereas with New England. We know it's a completely different animal. So the two things that I wanted to talk about now that we kind of long-term more towards the draft was obviously trading in to the second round. We did hit that on that a little bit but also there's another trade ship that we haven't really discussed that much and that's Joe Tunis and potentially trading him on the franchise tag are some rumors today from down in Miami that the Dolphins have called the Patriots about trading for Joe Tunis and the Miami has a ton of pics throughout the entire draft. They have three first-round picks. So they have bought a load of pics that they could send New England. I think that tune. He's an interesting one because they could get that top 50 pack pick what the team that slates him as obviously as their starter at left guard they could get off. 50 pic for a swap just to need for the pick automatically and problem solved right there. Yeah and Tunis obviously, you know a very good offensive lineman and that's a nice chap, you know, this is also like something that they could sort of hold on to when the Draft starts and one of their players starts slipping and offer to knee and and a pic off of up. It's it's it's more it's one of their best pieces right now. So yeah, it's you know, you would hate to see too many go. But again this guy's you can draft and there's guys in the system already that could could could fill that hole potentially listen stemming from of course a report by Mike Reiss last week that the Patriots and Joe Tunis are not close on the contract extension so long it would make sense for them to kind of shop a trade here in this situation. And I think the biggest thing is with tuning first of all, he was the third most valuable player on their offense last year behind Brady and Edelman is Brady Edelman to New Age. Adguard that's that kind of tells you how good of a player he was for them last year extremely durable extremely consistent hardly ever gets beaten paths protection didn't give up a sack last year in pass-pro. So, all those things are just great traits about him as a player but he is due 14 million dollars next year on the tag. The Patriots are up against the cap. They don't need to move to any thought the only move that they could make to free up the cap space that they're going to need, right so they don't need to move to any but at the same time it is a valuable trade ship for them to have I think there's going to be a lot of interest and you mentioned a play or the Patriots liking falling. Well, if one of the Interior lineman gets drafted before a team can that wants to drop that player now all of a sudden they might look at it and they might stack their board and see okay well to name is you know here in the rest of the guys are all the way down here at this point, you know with the way the board is shaping up, you know saves everybody's just got drafted now, what do we do type of situation? I think that's a very interesting job. The situation especially on the start of day too. I would start to kind of listen and see if you hear anything more about Tunis once day to begins because that's when all the first round guys will be off the board guard and offensive line board kind of gets reset at that point and then teams can kind of gauge the value of do we want to draft somebody that's not as high on our board that we don't that's a little bit of a reach at this spot or just make the opportunities. So it's a fascinating trade chip for the Patriots to have the fourth round pick from Gronk as a nice piece for them to have as well if they can package together a third and a fourth it maybe a month or something like that or one of their sixth-round picks. They can move up into the back end of the second round. They could then probably take that back into the second round pick and flip it again, you know even more, you know, a check does things so flip the pick Seventeen times before it's all said and done. I wanted to talk about the QB Market though quickly here. I think the interesting thing about the QB Market is obviously to a job. Aloha, but at the same time, it's really only a couple of teams that are maybe even interested in the quarterback and that's what makes it always fascinating is that that's the one position where there's probably only three or four teams that actually want to draft a quarterback in the first round. So when those teams are off the board then it becomes a little bit dicey as to where those quarterbacks are going through exactly fall and that's why we see guys fall off so often, you know in drafts and stuff like that over the years so you got Miami had five who seem to be locked in at this point on an offensive tackle in the top five, maybe Andrew Thomas at a Georgia not a quarterback. Then you have chargers at 6. And then you have Jacksonville at 9 and that wants to against best 9, then it's a free, you know that it can really get to a point where the Patriots 23 are in play. Now Miami has expressed interest and possibly moving back up in the first round with some of their back end of the first round picks two packaged together to go and get the quarterback of their choosing, but that's nice. Certainly gets fascinating as if to it gets outside the top ten. Yeah and all this talk of Miami getting a tackle first and actually trading up together tackle is kind of strange almost makes you feel like okay. This is some sort of screen because I don't know how Miami could pass on to a at 6 or 5 there right five off the I don't see how they could pass on to at 5 and then like just sort of cross their fingers and hope that he'll be there later in the first round when they pick again. I don't think that's realistic. So it's almost like I'm just passing on a quarterback almost or or getting somebody who's going to fall, you know, I think really like you said the whole Intrigue with this is about to because you know, he, you know, if he doesn't get injured this year, he's in the conversations for the number one pick, you know, and he's dead. And sort of in that role for over a year now, it seems like and you just wonder who's going to take the chance on, you know, getting a guy who are some teams might think is not going to be healthy for them. So but but again if if two or false past the Chargers and and and and and jaguars stuff like that if he's gone past there and people are picking Herbert Jordan love and all this stuff and then the pages really do have to consider. I don't know how seriously but they have to at least consider moving up to get to it because you know, I think everybody will agree that he's just he's a phenomenal player that just worried about his his Medicals. I'm the biggest concern with the Patriots from a patriot standpoint. Is that the one thing that Bill Belichick always talks about at the quarterback position is durability just being out there every single week is so important to him so know during birth. Red flag certainly size red flag as well just outside of the injuries to his also on the smaller end of the spectrum for a quarterback. And then you have the fact that he didn't test it. Also, there's no forty times the work off of in that regard. So this is the point that Michael Lombardi made on his podcast was that in the Patriots grading system to adjust can't possibly be that high just because of all the kind of birth is a docking durability size and no forty and no no athletic testing. That's not going to Neil yield a really great draft grade for him and the Patriot system. So once you get past Jacksonville, like we were talking about you got Cleveland at 10 all set at quarterback the Jets at 11 all set of quarterback Vegas. Okay, maybe they can get into the discussion for a quarterback, but probably not down in San Francisco. Probably not Tampa Bay don't think so dead dead loves Drew lock there are set on Drew lock Atlanta with Matt Ryan Dallas wage. Jack Prescott and then there comes the Miami Dolphins up again at eighteen so they could literally take their best player on their board a tackle at 5 or at 3 potentially if they trade up and then get back all the way at eighteen and they get both players that's got to be there thinking right now. That's going to be the thing at the same time if he falls that far somebody's going to go up and try to get him I would think so, but they also a ton of capital with the today have the 18th pick and the 26th pick they have three first-round. So they have a ton of they could probably outbid anybody as well to go up and trade with Vegas or trade with the song. Maybe not the Jets because the division-rival really but you know what, I mean? So the interesting piece of it is that I also wanted to talk about Jordan love quickly because he has his good of a chance to fall off in the first round as two a does, you know, there's only so many chairs and you run out of chairs at some point for some of these guys. What is your thoughts just briefly about Jordan love and New England cuz I think that his evaluation to age Extremely fascinating. Yeah, I don't know I think like physically he's all their you know what I mean? He hasn't made the best decisions, especially this past season as opposed to this place before but like you might be something where you look at them and you say okay, maybe I can get him from the previous year if I tell them to stick to this and just stick to that page, you know, he's a hell of a ball of clay to mold because he he really does have some fantastic, you know, tools like he can he's got a raging Army's good athlete so it's not like he'd be more of a project I'm saying than you know, some of these other guys, I agree. I think the one thing that really stands out to me that I love them. All of that has released is awesome Snappy over the top three quarters. It's exactly what you want out of a release. It is ball. He's got great touch on it. It's not just in her Bridge Club. Josh Allen where the ball's just coming out of a hundred miles an hour every single time. He can Loft it over linebacker. He can put some touch on the ball. He can certainly zip it when he needs to do that. So he's got multiple pitches. I think that's an interesting kind of element to his evaluation is that he is very different in that respect from some of the other raw bad decision makers that we've seen at come out in the last couple of years, but certainly more Patrick Mahomes in that regard to me is Josh Allen right? He's got the ability to really drop arm angles throw from any platform in extremely good playmaker just a natural playmaker in the pocket to get outside the pocket but that being said, I don't think he knows what an underneath linebacker is like I I think you still lose his underneath linebackers constantly and sometimes you just makes it throws interceptions where he throws it right to the other team, like there's a corner standing between him and the receiver and he somehow can't just kind of has x-ray vision through the corner and throws the ball. Anyway those types of plays. I don't know. Are necessarily consistent year-to-year like I think he's going to fix that because it's just too easy not to fix it at the next level, especially with a little bit of coaching. So I think that those are the elements in a look at is that look at all 17 of his interceptions and you see that some of them are just bone-headed plays that he's going to get out of his system. Eventually. He's not going to throw those types of bad throws always I'm not going to have great ball security, but I wouldn't get too caught up in the fact that he had a ton of interceptions just because of the nature of the interceptions on top of that his offense stunk his scheme strong his Playmakers stunk and he was really trying to create something out of nothing pretty much constantly. So I think that there's a lot of elements of him trying to like kind of trying too hard to fit the ball into Tight Windows to make plays down the field and kind of being loose with the football. All right other than the quarterbacks. I think there's a really good chance that a defensive player could just fall right in the Patriots Lab at 23 to when you start doing the math. You got the four quarterbacks. You got the four tackles. You got the three wide receivers. You got Isaiah Simmons. You got Jeff Cuda. You got Chase young at some point in time. That's about fifteen sixteen guys right there that I just named and you only need to get to 23 to let's say half of on kinlaw or Chaz on or one of those players fall in your lap. Yeah. I like I like I like to see them get if they go defense off at that spot. I wouldn't mind to see them get one of the linebackers like Kenneth Murray or Patrick Queen one of those guys. I think I think with what they lost this offseason, there'd be Thursday would be smart to get a linebacker and Maria I think is really good. He's versatile like you can line them up on the edge and rush the passer you can sort of drop them into coverage and he's pretty good job. Are very good tackler just sort of a versatile tough player and Kim lot of somebody who I don't think people expect to drop that far. But I've seen him fall that far at a couple of mocks and I like him a lot. He's you know, he's got these long arms and like he can really use them. Well, he's a super strong guy the find a way to get in the backfield a lot. Especially if you're just single blocking and that's really difficult. But I think but either one of those guys as defensive player a smart picks their kinlaw, I think out of any prospect that I watched in his class his upper body power in his hand power just to jolt lineman is incredible as soon as the bolt snapped his off the ball in a split-second. He's got great first step explosiveness and he's up and under an into the chest and you just see these lime and just fly backwards when he makes contact with them down. Type of power that I think the Patriots in particular can really harness and thrive in a two gabbing system. I think the one thing that you washed about him on tape that could cause them to fall from a film perspective is sometimes he's a little bit bull in a china shop, right? He's just kind of coming off the ball with all that power and explosiveness and firing into gaps and he doesn't even actually know where the ball is, you know, the head is down trying to just trying to blow everything up and cause Havoc but he's not necessarily making a play on the football right so that I think that's a big element that you see as a first-round Prospect you want to really see a page that can find the ball and have body control and patience to not Corral some of that explosiveness that he brings. The other thing is although he's a good pass-rusher as well. So it sort of hurts his boss know this argument a little bit is that interior lineman, especially defensive or offensive interior lineman either one really, but defensive tackles are not extremely valuable in the analytics Community from a value standpoint. Point it's just not a valuable pic to make unless the guy is going to be nobody's Aaron Donald but an Aaron Donald type where the pass-rushing skill is just off-the-charts and Kim laws a little bit wrong in that regard in terms of converting all that speed and power into real pass-rush moves and not just being a bull rusher. So I think that those are some elements to look at it. It's why he might actually end up falling in love with I know Evan Silva who's always on point with his mock draft. He's one of the most accurate mock drafters out there had the Patriot sticking Kim Law twenty-three falling right in their laps. When you start to look at kind of just value and positional need and you go on down the board of the teams ahead of the Patriots. There's just not a ton of teams that need a penetrating to gapping defensive tackle. They're just not a ton of teams that need that kind of skill set. So it'd be really interesting to see it. Marie is another interesting player. I'm glad you brought him up the Patriots in my mind. Just looking at their roster contains. And like you just did it's impossible for them not to draft at least one linebacker at some point in the top 100 picks. I mean they just lost Jamie Collins. They lost Kyle Van Noy, they lost a landed Roberts that's through layers of depth there that they lost from that position all guys that played both on and off the line in terms of Collins and Venoy at least. So it's an a spot that they certainly just they just need bodies. Is that what it is and Murray is a productive player at OU. He's a very good sideline-to-sideline speed great athlete he reminds me a little bit of Collins coming out raw processor has a little bit of struggles kind of clicking into blocking schemes and figuring out where he fits right into the Run fit, but the sidelines the silence be the ability to tackle anywhere the range to drop into coverage to cover guys out of the backfield the versatility to rush on the line of scrimmage and just a freak athlete not as quite as freaky as Collins was but pretty close. So he kind of has the same similar projections. Yep. Same strengths than weaknesses is Jamie Collins did so I wouldn't be at all surprised if they're a little bit interested in Marie as well. The one other guy we we talked about Chase on another episode, but I really think that there's a possibility that that your LSU browser and might actually fall to the Patriots as well. Yeah. I mean if he's there and you're picking you you whatever make the time what is it? I was going to say that but you can't do it. So well, you you do whatever it is to make your pic as fast as possible and get Chase on like I mean talk about life, you know, one of the best pass-rushers in the entire draft falling to you at that point. He's so good but he's versatile. He's done a lot differently asking to do so much at LSU and he's just he really can walk. I really believe his best days are ahead of them to I think, you know, like production-wise you don't you don't see the big sack numbers in the house too, but it wasn't just rushing the faster their wage. You you know, if you just want to stick them in a role there, he's somebody that could be a double digits that guy in the NFL. No doubt. I think the biggest thing with him that gets me understood is this is a guy that wore the 18 jersey a big time leader in that program a team captain. He is much as he shows that kind of flash of athleticism think sometimes people think when they hear of like a freaky athletic prospect that didn't have the production I think of a guy that doesn't have a high motor doesn't work hard isn't lunch pail game and sort of his untapped potential right? Where would Chase on I really believe that he is the opposite of that. I think he's a guy that is extremely hard working as a team captain 18 jersey that kind of stuff and on top of that he did exactly what they wanted him to do in that scheme when he rushed the passer. He got pressure on the quarterback. Did it end up in sacks every single time? No, but he was in the bath. Field disrupting when they wanted them to set the edge she could do that when they wanted him to drop into coverage he could do that. So I think there's a lot of elements of his game that the Patriots are really like from their Edge position is a little bit undersized their usual standard at that spot. But at the same time, I think that he really has the ability to set the edge when he wants to walk out the arms. Good arm extension. Good length. Good lower body power kind of go from the feed up to generate some of that force. And then at the same time you look around the league Bill Belichick says, it's all the time. You gotta have an answer for all the different kind of waves off all the different types of things that are going on around the league and he got the Sean Watson's and Patrick Mahomes is and obviously Lamar Jackson. You got Josh Allen in your own division. You need a guy that can run and check these quarterbacks that can spy them they can keep them in the pocket and then when they get out of the pocket, you need to a guy that can then close down and go get them. So you put his on on Lamar Jackson's arm side job. You know and to his right and Lamar goes to scramble and roll out. Then you have one of the most athletic players on defense standing right in his way to kind of contain him a little bit. At least. I think the other thing which is down to is he's got a okay sort of Arsenal of moves, but he's usually just trying to go wide on a guy, you know, it's usually just try to bend around already. Yeah, if you give him a few more things off a few more tools to his toolbox, you know, he can probably do a lot better and let's not forget to that his sophomore year was wiped out by injury and that did sort of effect of how quickly he got, you know back to the field and and and into Effectiveness this past season. So and again like you're saying when you get when you wear 18 in Dallas you off the Pinnacle in terms of like a leadership role on the team, they don't give those to just anybody so, you know, you know, obviously he would step in and be a good locker-room pre-owned. And you know just a tremendous athlete with so much so much further. He can go in terms of what he can do with password skills. Well, the Patriots can get their hands on Ken law or change on in the first round. I think that that's a huge W for them and a plus draft automatically to starting their off the top. So let's hope that one of those guys fall a couple of other guys. I wanted to mention before we get out of here named Antoine Winfield Jr. The Patriots apparently have shown quite a bit of interest in him in the pre-draft process. We didn't really do a safety shows. I wanted to just touch on him a little bit son of Antoine Winfield senior an All-Pro cornerback for a couple of years in the NFL and just incredible football IQ instincts ball-tracking everything that you want from a free safety. Yeah. I am. Yeah be sure. I'm not comparing him to this player. I'm just saying he reminds me of a oh God who reminds me of the honey badger? Yeah way he plays he's just such a ballhawk. Yeah, he's all wage. Sort of around the ball forcing fumbles, you know interceptions sacks a little bit of everything. He's he's just somebody that you can tell loves the game just lives breathes football. He just wage, you know, and just a playmaker out there. You know, I know it's not that big how tall is he? Anyway? 5995 no one knock on them is that's the one I'll take it though. I mean, he's a good enough athlete to make up for it. He's a really fun player to watch. It's his his regular film not even his highlights of fun to watch. I mean, he's he really knows how to play the game just a just a very very active player as much as I hate the cliches of, you know, son of a former player and all that kind of stuff Winfield is exactly what the cliche means, you know, he is the definition of the cliche you can just tell that he has been coached and schooled extremely well about how to play the defensive back position at a high level guy that really I think is probably the best true free safety or Pura free safety in this class. Want to put him deep he has great range over-the-top his length in his short arms and stuff like that really don't show up all that often because he arrives so early at the catch Point all the time and he makes up for them. He had two of the best interceptions from a deep Centerfield spot. One of them. I had actually been split safety but regardless to the best interceptions I've seen on tape of any of safety in this class. I think be two best one was dead against Penn State where he's got a receiver. He's off the line about 20 yards in his in a deep safety Rule and he's got a wide receiver running at him at full speed from in the slot. So he could go inside or can go outside and he ends up going like I'm like a skinny post and Winfield just reads them out square to him read them out and then flips his hips and get stays over the top of the route and then high points it for an interception. You see the flip turn the hip and flip transition there at the top of his pedal the ability to transition that quickly and then get up to top speed to stay over the top of that route while the other guy is moving at full speed. And you're at a standstill is extremely difficult to do you mention the honey badger a lot of other people compare them to like Earl Thomas news. Also that undersized safety type of prospect. I don't think that those comparisons are that outlandish or that unfair to either party. I think that Antoine Winfield is that good of a prospect that he deserves to be considered in that conversation. If you want more of like a realistic view the page is just drafted Darnell Savage last year was a smaller guy and he played exceptionally well as a rookie for them as a deep safety coming in just in really taking over the job right away Soldier Field is a really interesting Prospect for them certainly doesn't check the measurables boxes, but he tested extremely well from athletic profile standpoint ran in the mid four fours has the instincts not afraid to mix it up as well. He'll go in and Tackle somebody he'll go and take on a block or even though he's not the biggest guy in the world. So I would really love that pic as well. Last one here. I wanted to mention we didn't talk about Harrisonburg. And in the tight end show if he goes in the first round that I'm going to I don't know nothing about this entire thing. If you go to the first round with that being said, there's a ton of Patriots Buzz that the pads are interested in Harrison Bryant in some capacity and he's an interesting player. He's a very fundamentally technically Savvy route Runner and not a great athlete, but it's certainly you can watch the tape especially in Ohio state is extremely polished at this stage of his career. Yeah, he seems like somebody who a lot of people started to mention out of the tight end, It's it's it's interesting because People say that people are starting to say that you know, you know coconut from Notre Dame is going to be one of those guys have been mentioned the first round. I'm not sure if any of these guys are necessary first off guys, but you know for me the the guy that I I still like is Troutman the date and guy, you know that the football Powerhouse Dayton but you know, I like I like him still but you know, I think that enough of them are close enough together where I wouldn't be shocked or you know upset or whatever wage if they picked somebody else so bright I think would sort of be in that category say the trade back into the second round. They take them there or they take drop in there. They take them out there, you know, one of those guys I think would be a fair a fair selection there personally, I think coconuts the most overrated prospects in the script maybe honestly from a patriot standpoint at least right? Cuz we just have heard about him throughout the entire job. Last couple of months just over and over again coconut coconut Coco met the biggest thing about Cole comment to me is that he does three things well and not all of them. He does exceptionally well, but he doesn't get enough. One of them is just you just naturally massive use this huge, you know, he's six foot six 262 pounds. So he's just a huge dude that he can Rumble between the numbers that can take on that contract that can really just absorb hits and just be a big body Target for a quarterback right on top of that with the size. It comes to catch radius the big hands. You know, he's just big he's a big guy the second thing that he does. Well is that he can and he does get up to seem pretty quickly. He's got a nice initial burst to him where he can get up to seem pretty quickly and threatened vertically the coverage in Italy the third thing that he does is that he is ineffective people move her as a blocker. Although his technique is really really raw and has a long way to go. Other than that. I don't think I can think of anything that really stands off. About him and and is that all really impressive and on top of that he is an absolute plotter. I mean, he's a clunker he's a guy that's really not going to get in and out of a break not going to create any horizontal separation or may not have any sort of Separation quickness at the top of the route. So we're talking about a straight line receiver or just a box out jump ball receiver and then a guy that can somewhat block effectively and that's a guy we're going out in the first round and it's it's mind-blowing to me. What would trotman and Brian I think that's an interesting conversation cuz they're similar type of players. Both of them are very nuanced route Runners. Both of them are okay blockers, but probably not going to be serious people movers as an inline guy. I think a difference between trauma and and and Brian for me is the athletic testing, you know trauma and tested like a very good athlete had one of the best 3-cone times in the draft had a pretty decent forty time at least faster than what Brian transeau his athletic profile is, you know, much better or significantly better at home. And then Harrison Brian so size. He's bigger. He's more athletic than Bryant is but at the same time he doesn't have that game against Ohio State where he looks you know off at home against a very good defense against the power 5 very good defense. You can go and watch tape of Harrison Brian beating Jeff a Cuda on a on a fade back shoulder fade and say okay him doing it against an NFL corner where we can't say that about dropping right? Yeah. That's that is the thing there is, you know, playing a date and he's not going to be playing Ohio State, you know, so often but again, I think you know, depending on where you take these tight ends. I don't think you can go that brought like I don't think I don't think it'd be like a birthday or thing. Even if they do have to come at in the second round know it was horrible. They drafted come out in the first round to me that would be that but anything outside of that then that's perfectly fine. Yeah. I'm just not real birth. Any of these guys as like a first-round pick, you know, like like jumping up into the first I'm not I'm not sure I see that but but I try I like travelling, you know home, you know, I think he's somebody that you know, he did well to Senior Bowl too bright and I mean and so I think you know, he's a he's a he's a big Target. He's used to going up against cats are much smaller than him, but he but I think he's he's a dangerous weapon, you know, once he sort of puts it all together, but you know, these are you know, second-round picks third-round guys, but they're going to need to get a tight end at some point though. It's crazy. I would say that I'd probably take like eight or nine wide receivers before I took a tight end in this drop, which is exactly it's good and bad for the Patriots. I think it's mostly good though, because it means that those tight ends are prob. Going to get knocked into the second and third round and be available maybe even later on day two than some people are expecting. So that's good news for the Patriots. I hope in my heart of hearts that they take away receiver at some point early in this draft and get some Firepower for assuming it's it in but whoever it is at quarterback, give them a hope give them a prayer. So in order to be successful next year by adding a legitimate receiving threat because adding a guide to me adding a guy like a cult commit is not adding a legitimate receiving threat that's adding a guy that's a solid tight end a solid tight end Jeff Beck no doubt, but that's not a needle mover by any means at the past catching position, maybe trotman or Brian can move the needle a little bit more from a receiving standpoint, but we're still not talking about guys that are going to change the complexion of the offense the major theater change the complexion of the offense type of guy. Yeah, that's kind of funny how a lot of these mock drafts have Patriots getting like dead. Breeze or somebody at that 23rd pick and then 24 going just in Jefferson, you know and so like and that actually happened that'd be something that page expensive watch abstract Jefferson stats every week and be like we this is the guy like he didn't pick you know in the same thing all is we've seen it so many times over the years at this point, you know, they'll have they'll take a bath Center or they'll take AJ up and then so there's going to be a solid player for them, but they'll take them anyways, and then rhaegar and just in Jefferson and I you can see Higgins and all these guys after him and everybody took clamoring for one of those guys. It happens every year. All right, before we wrap this up who's the one guy at twenty-three that you just want them to get. Do you have a guy, you know, my guys just thought I was trying to think of that today and he played on the same team that we were talking about in just a few minutes ago Chase on if they if they got him the job. I mean Matt, I don't know if he's going to fall out far but he's enough teams might get scared Away by the lack of total production in college where he might slip. I think that's the thing for people to say. Well, he only had this many, you know Sachs and you know that might cause him to slip and I think if the Patriots got he just he can do so many different things for you on that defense and I've used to have such a great athletic profile that you'd be great pic. Absolutely. I think it's versatility is really fits the Patriots extremely well along with the leadership skills and know-how in the past fresh they'll figure out how to get him to get. You know, they don't need them to get sack numbers. That's not what the Patriots are about anyways, so they'll take the pressures rates that he'll put up and he'll be very successful. Obviously. I'm going just in Jefferson just on the other side of the boss LSU, you know, just pick it up pick an LSU Tire. Yeah. That's true. Well, it's picking LSU Tiger, but Justin Jefferson get the guy. I think the the coolest wage About Jefferson as I actually went back and watched a little bit of 2018 tape for him last week. He played on the outside mostly in 2018 jamarr Chase shows that people has on the inside the next year and he dominates both inside and outside and following see, you know, back-to-back Seasons. So he really it's it's not just the slot reps go watch the outside tape too. He's pretty darn good out there as well. But just in terms of everything that he brings to the table, he would fit here just perfectly as a between the numbers threat for the most part A guy that can horizontally stretch the defense maybe not vertically stretch the defense like a Denzel Mims or or someone like that, but he's going to his or Coruscant Ali create chunk plays and we know the Patriots love to do that as an offense Adam and I are going to be back maybe Sunday maybe Monday, we'll figure out a time to recap the entire draft and get all the pixel stand to one or two shows and and figure out a way to have analysis on every single pick that they make Adam. Is there anything else that you got coming down this weekend or anything? No, it's all dressed. I mean, it's so funny. What's when the Dragon? Is over it's going to be so sad because what do we do now? There's no actual games to watch and stuff like that. But but now it'll be fun with a lot of fun with the drought absolute practically the Patriots have 12 selections currently. I don't think they'll make all 12 but they're going to make eight nine ten selections something like that and that will give us plenty to sink our teeth into over the next week of film and down here on the podcast for me on C honest. Media. If you listen to this before the first round, make sure to go check out my mock draft my final mock draft for the Patriots on ceiling this media on Patriot's press pass our YouTube channel. You have all sorts of Draft preview content stuff a bit best Patriot fits talking position-by-position with Taylor Kyle's and and Bobby krivitsky. We have a tons of stuff up there for a job. So make sure to go check all that out. We will also have live draft coverage on Thursday night for the first round will be on some sort of I think it's a YouTube live or something like that where will be dead. Zooming into in and out throughout the first round. Obviously, we will be on the air for the Patriots pick as well. I've written work on videos afterwards and we're really going to blow out the entire three days just like we did last year and then Adam and I will be back sometime on Sunday or Monday on the Pod to recap the draft as well. But until next time signing off for now. And I'll never has our next walk in and off off off. off

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JTT Tech News and Commentary - December 4 (Late)

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JTT Tech News and Commentary - December 4 (Late)

"This is my soleil from talk tick tick if tex stories tech news and so special opinions interest you join me and my co host vaasie For a whole lot of tectonics teen tech both the boss are teenagers and we would just love to share our views on the tech world to you phones. Laptops tablets tvs mothers chipsets. All of that can be found in our podcast. Want to get a new console but can decide which one to get. We will give our honest opinions to make your experience just a bit easier but most of all mean vasu will make it as fun as possible for you to consumer podcast. So if you just wanna place a chill and listened to some teens. Talk about tech. Come check us out on tag tack on spotify back you joey. Hey joey here and antonio to no real preview today lots of does get thir- so let's go december fourth happy holidays. That's get started with the tech news. All right first up record online sales for black friday this year black friday online sales at any record this year due to the pandemic it's estimated consumers spent nine billion on us retail sites according to dobie analytics which tracks online shopping. This is a twenty percent increase over the previous record of seven point. Four billion dollars which was set in two thousand nineteen traffic to physical stores. Whoever has dropped retailers have tried to prevent kraus's this year by cutting their hours and limiting doorbuster deals some return some retailers such as target had their normal black friday deals all month long. Traffic is slower in the northeast and west end in the midwest and south according to sensormatic senior director of global retail consulting. Brian field jewelry in footwear saw the largest in-person sales to clients according to retail next apparel sales. Were down fifty percent. Homegoods fell by thirty nine percent. Even with these drops this will likely end up as one of the biggest in-person shopping days in the us this year. So you have record black. Friday numbers online no surprise to anyone. I don't think right. Yeah no surprise especially with the. Pin debit the sierra. Everyone wants to stay at home. Of course. I work at one of the big retailers. That did the black. Friday deals all month long I'd say it was a fairly busy month but black friday itself in the store really was a little slower than normal as you know amazon. Like me personally haven't really noticed much different as far as like my job is concerned. Like i don't really notice anything happening any faster more volume. But you have more people working in the fulfillment center right now. So that has something to do with it right. yeah so Black friday protests were staged at by amazon workers in fifty countries. I don't know they did. They think where you're at my job. Okay well black friday. This year amazon warehouse workers and social and environmental justice activists around the world staged a series of coordinative protest strikes and actions demanding the online retailer respect workers rights to participate in the unit activity. Stop circumventing tax laws and edit to higher environmental standards. According to the event organizers this day of action was called hashtag make amazon. Hey black friday. As one of amazon's biggest sales events of the year as well as the start of the peak season when warehouse worker injuries are the highest and workloads for our warehouse. workers and delivery. Drivers skyrocket protests. Play brazil mexico. The united states and the united kingdom spain france belgium germany luxembourg italy poland india bangladesh. The philippines am austrailia organizers released. A statement signed by thirty nine organizations and sent to amazon which reads quote meanwhile amazon warehouse. Workers risked their lives as such workers and only briefly received an increase pay and quote. They also said quote like all major corporations amazon's success would be impossible without the public institutions that citizens build together over generations but instead of giving back to the societies that helped it grow the corporations starves them of tax revenue through its world-beating efforts at tax dodging and quote organizations involved include unlv global union. Greenpeace the athena coalition. The sunrise movement oxfam our revolution amazon employees for climate justice progressive international public citizen and the tax justice. That work of course amazon wasn't happy about this conner. Sweeney spokesperson for amazon's luxembourg had corners. Said quote this is a series of misleading assertions by misinformed for self interested groups. Who are using amazon's profiles furthered. The individual causes amazon has a strong track record of supporting our people. Our customers and our can be eighties including providing safe working conditions and leading fifteen dollars minimum wage and great benefits leading on climate change with the climate pledge but to be net zero carbon by twenty forty and pay more than five billion dollars in taxes. Globally in quote. Yeah so Like i said. I know we talked a couple of days ago. Kind of about like union organization. yes on. You know we talked about that Not on the podcast of course but in person. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. I haven't noticed anything at my fulfillment center as far as like you know organization or anything like that. But i think for the most part from what i from. What i've you know been able to from people. I've talked to most people work at seem pretty happy like the job itself. They might be happy with but they don't feel like they're mistreated by amazon right. I guess it just depends on which places you work. Obviously management is different in each location. So yeah. I've heard mixed things that all depends on where you work. It seems like some of the older warehouses tend to have more problems with like. Get into the bathroom for example. I've heard stories where like people can't get to the bathroom without going up or down four floors as well as a security check point. Yeah my will where. I work at With the senator is set up four floors and then it's like it's brand news. It's all robotic. Yeah but each floor. Has you know two bathrooms. You can go to at least and then there's other ones around the place to. Yeah because i think a lot of the older places weren't even really designed to be the warehouses they are now. Yeah from wherever. I work at usually not more than like a two or three minute walk from a bathroom. There's no there's no There's no guarantee this so we'll be in there for twenty minutes on the phone while you're waiting to that. But that's the. I think one of the biggest complaints i've heard were like the pic rates are just way too high of before the the the the goals that they have for to pick rates pick. I mean i have no problem meeting their pick rates Because they're pick rate is you want you to do. Three hundred picks our if you're picker. Their beans their goal is four hundred hundred and they're not gonna like i'm barely both in hundred usually and i'm one of the fastest pickers there. Okay yeah i think the concern is like some people are doing things real fast and end up getting her to you know so well. Yeah they want you to be safe. I mean matale to go up and down the little because sometimes the shells come by are kind of tells you have a little a little step kind of stool thing they can roll up by harley. Add need to use this going up and down that the whole time i can see that. Yeah of course. I could keep going on and on about the problems. I've heard about amazon if he wants to check out more checkout kim lot three three one channel on youtube he goes in debt. With a lot of this Take it with a grain of salt. There may be things that are are not accurate list. I mean sure. It varies by location location. I'm i'm more or less happy where i met. So right so ozzy pie will depart from the fcc on january twentieth. The chairman. ozzy pie announced. He will leave the fcc on the twentieth of january twenty twenty one the same day joe biden is to be sworn in as president of the united states during his four years as fcc chief pie deregulated the broadband industry unlimited net neutrality rules. He justified his agenda by using faulty. Data in taking credit for broadband deployments were planned well before he became chairman pie. Called being the chairman of the sec. Honorable lifetime llosa said the president trump for giving me the opportunity to leave the agency and twenty seventeen to president obama for pointing as the commissioner in two thousand twelve and two senate majority leader mcconnell in the senate for twice confirming me to be the first asian american to chair the. Fcc has been a particular privilege as i often say in america. Democrats are currently expected to make. Jessica rosenworcel the new chair though. Nothing has been confirmed. Yeah so We're actually going to do Episode about g pie In the next couple of weeks. I'm playing doubt out I think in summary. I personally don't like a jeep pie but that i'll save that for that upset so very To leading tidbits for upcoming content. Yeah qualcomm snapdragon. eight eight. The third generation. Five g in cortex at one on five meters. The qualcomm tech summit still happened digital formed this year and the snapdragon eight eight eight system on chip or assoc- was announced. That's a huge leap forward. It's such a huge leap. They moved from the normal naming scheme. Increments for this generation and skit the eighty seven x series altogether the number eight eight partly there for marketing purposes as represents fortune and luck in chinese but it also has substantial generational changes said apart from the usual yearly improvements. They've had in the past at church. The first ever limitation of the cortex x one. Cpa core as the performance engine and new cortex a seventy eight course for efficiency of thirty five percent boost in gp performance a new dsp npr ip redesigned from the ground up triple camera isp's and integrated five g modem and it's all manufactured on the new five nanometer process node. The most important aspects for this year's designed a that qualcomm has gone back to a fully integrated modem designed last year snapdragon. Eight sixty five then not have a modem integrated instead relying on the external x fifty five modem so sounds like some pretty nice chips. Yeah up but Apple has probably subedar chips in qualcomm's chips. Well you know different strokes right. Yeah anything you looking forward to. As far as the qualcomm snapdragon. I mean mobile. Hasn't really interest me As much lately to be honest yeah so well see what they can if they can stay competitive in the mobile space. Speaking qualcomm's qualcomm feels the apple. M one is the boost. The windows ecosystem needs recent tests. Show that putting windows on apple. Silicon totally destroys performance currently available holcombe may. Cpu's you'd think qualcomm would be apprehensive about its future. Desktop prospects by the qualcomm svp in general manager for mobile compute infrastructure. Alex cockatoos ian said on wednesday that. The new chip was validation for putting mobile chips into laptops quote as we've seen during the pandemic age. I think this is going to continue for many years to come via conferencing and remote working occasions going to become more and more important. Which means you have to have the capability of great video conferencing. You have to have the camera capability have to have the longevity of the battery. You should be able to work from any place that you are inside your house or outside your house and reach your work environment in a secure fashion. Because they're ian said quote all these things validation of what we've been preaching and i think the strength is going to come from the fact that our partnership microsoft is going to be much stronger and extended into the future. I think many many parties realize that the windows base ecosystem needs a boost like this. And we're the partner of choice to make that happen. So it's opportunity in a great validation for qualcomm. Yeah and i think that's where the new chips come in for qualcomm. Hopefully they could catch up with apple's performance. Of course the windows licensee doesn't really yet allow you to put on an apple and one mac you could do it but that goes against ula. Okay I think it's interesting that the mobile technologies improve just so quickly that using technology for mobile devices for laptops. Yeah i mean. I think that's really A good thing that's going to give like intel and amd more competition. So you know. I think that's exciting. Yeah i mean competitions always good for the marketplace. Oh yeah well not always. But generally as a rule say yet generally it's good for marketplace. I'm not aware of any playing by the rules. Clean competition is yeah yeah. People need to play by the rules because otherwise the competition gets eliminated. We did not want that well for play by the rules. All those lawyers and cops would just go homeless so yeah yeah i guess we need suburban breakers to have the lawyers cops right and it makes the movies more exciting to yes it does Apple was fined twelve million dollars for misleading claims. Of how waterproof. It's iphones are in italy. Competition regulator hit apple. With a tim million. Euro or twelve billion dollar fine for making false claims about how perf their iphones are the auto retail. I think a pronounce that right. I hope i don butter butter. That all tarita guaranteed della concert in. I think l. domer- off. You take a shot at it. The authoritarian guarantee della conerns are e. Del makoto which will refer to for this point on as the ag made this announcement on monday. Claiming apple misled the public onto counts that promotional materials. The company claimed various foam models from the iphone. Eight to the iphone eleven worldwide resistance at death between one and four meters. That's three thirteen feet for up to thirty minutes. Depending on the model the agm says this was only the case under controlled laboratory conditions with completely still impure water but it wasn't true in real world scenarios where consumers might drop their phones in water. And you know this actually make sense if you have like completely pure water not contaminated with any little bit of dark park. Gainey thing you could put an electric item in and it won't short out at won't shock you or anything but the promise. Most of our water is not that here. Sal needed or rolls or something so if you put that on your iphone that water. That's going short out. it's going to fry. You could get electrocuted. Same thing with like. I know like like in perfectly you know sterile water with no nothing in it Like you can be in the pool and lightning could strike the water and you'd be just fine. The water doesn't conduct electricity itself. It's the minerals daughter. I guess yeah i mean. That's why they say. Water and electricity don't mix. It's about that pure water itself. Does it find up in the water. Yeah yeah you know rainwater. That's not pure. There's all kinds of stuff around the most of your water is not as pure as what they were used end laboratories sometimes discussion kidneys. Who's boss. Yeah this reminds me of like. I know the desert saying like. Oh it's good waters up to four meters but that's if you're in like perfectly clean you whatever. Yeah i know like the because a new system just came out of the playstation specifically. They're saying the one terabyte hard drive but apple like everything is on the hard drive. You only have access to like six hundred something gigs. But that's the general case with any hard drive really easy. I know this is seems kind of like a similar situation. It's technically yeah if you drop it into a bottle of beyond four meters and then you're fine and even before you put an operating system or any other software on it a hard drive pass above her space on a as well that you'll never be able to use so it's always gonna read i but i'm saying i feel like the layman like i'm aware of things like this. I think most people they say. Oh one terabyte terabyte is. They probably think. But everybody's information on only put six hundred something. Yeah depending on how big your operating system for sure. Yeah but yeah. That's something that you'd need to keep in mind out there if you buy hard drive and realize it's not to be that full amount buyer. Beware yes amazon. Aws to now has a mac many incidents in the cloud apple. Mac mini desktop p. C.'s are now in the amazon cloud and creating mac one dot metal instances to be clear. These are not the apple. M one arm based mac minis but m one powered. Instances are in the works and planned for twenty twenty one. These are twenty eighteen generation. Mac minis was six core core. I seven cpu's and equipped with three two gigabytes of ddr. Four twenty six sixty six ram being coffee lake intel core. I seven eighty seven hundred v. Cpu's they include you hd six thirty graphics in the apple store that configuration would cost you less than eighteen hundred and ninety nine dollars. But the ws has instances via us west at one dollars eight cents per hour with a minimum of twenty four hour duration. There are plans to reduce the cost as well at this price that you would take seventy three days worth of on demand pricing equal the purchase price of the neck many without the power and cooling. So that's kind of exciting for anyone. Who doesn't have a mac many but wants to years one in the cloud for whatever reason cloud based computing. That's definitely on the rise right now. And yeah you know mac titans in the game for a long time now so yeah and if you have a web app that you want to run on the mac many will hey rather than on lennick sparks for example. Okay you could do that. A web app like google maps perhaps. Well i mean if you're developing a web app but hey maybe google wants to switch to back so i don't know so anyway Google maps is going to launch a news feed similar to facebook's feed google. Maps is introducing a news feed called the community feed which includes post from the local area. The feed is found and explore tab of the google maps app and is designed to make it easier to find the most recent news updates said recommendations from trusted local sources including post business owners create using google. My business to alert customers to do deals menu. Updates and other offers at launch google focus on highlighting post from food and drink businesses. I don't know why they said food. Drink businesses of the articles. Why can't they just just say restaurants or convenience stores or anything like that. I mean i guess it just means specifically i mean that goes live cover drugstores. I suppose. So yeah farmers. Yeah so yeah. I mean obviously just like every other app out there just trying to get your eyeballs on there so they figured hey google maps you want to know what's going area check this out so i mean i guess that's convenient if you choose to get your information about what's going on here. Yeah so yeah. Let's check out that feature myself. It might be good for some restaurants that we go to on occasion. Yeah on restaurants right around riley. I mean there's some not too far from lake northlake. Yeah and there's a little shopping area breath road for me but right around where my house is not a ton. So yeah but you know. It's all so Google's a piloting loons. Internet balloons alphabet has shifted loons navigation system from algorithms designed by humans to an artificial intelligence system developed with goulet i over the past few years reinforcement learning or are l. System is now in charge of navigation for a fleet of balloons over kenya where they started their first commercial service early this year. This is the first use of an oral model in quote production aerospace system. According to lynn they noted quote development is exciting because it shows that reinforcement learning can be applied to real world use cases unquote previously are l. Has figured out how to beat top. Go and doda. Two players are l. Can figure out the optimal route balloon significantly faster than the previous system doing so with more efficiency. Let's mean eventually these limb balloons are going to turn on humans and start taking over. Why no these Ballooned johm pilots putting out a word or probably very upset. Yeah we probably shouldn't joke about it. Well i mean. I think it was Not exactly a are but some sort of system. I don't think human pilots were actually flying in the first place but that was that was a joke. Doing okay. I'm sorry it's okay what else am i had. Just like the lose it altogether. Yes exactly So you know this was bound to happen The doj reportedly preparing antitrust lawsuits against facebook. And google. The doj already filed in antitrust lawsuit against google but more legal battles are on the horizon. Both federal and state antitrust authorities will be filing new sits against google and facebook market. The first time. Facebook has been sued on antitrust grounds. Go has defended. Its practices at statements saying it's consumers aren't forced to use google products and services and they exist as part of a competitive technology marketplace. The case against google specifically is that it uses its dominance in search and search advertising to box out potential competitors along with having android phone manufacturers set google search as the default in preloaded devices with google apps. Google also pays to be the default search engine on iphones. The case against facebook would be more than likely to go into whether the company abuses position to siphon competition or putts users data risk for the former claim. they'll likely look at acquisitions like instagram and whatsapp. These new cases won't be filed until january but google is already preparing for the suit filed in october and the ftc could file charges against facebook soon as well so it looks like Facebook and google might be in some hot water. Do you think that. I mean i. I'm sure they were very well. Aware this could happen as just say are all right now. I'm sure they're prepared for it. They'll figure it out. Yeah i think Google i mean. Yeah there's other places you could go to that. Offer the same services google but because they are in such dominant position people aren't like going in droves to those other. I mean you can play you. Can google on you on yahoo on dot dot go. Did you miss a said google. Every time i think the problem is i'm not a problem. I guess quote unquote if you wanna call it that. But i think google so big. It's just like ubiquitous with surgeons Like i just told you. I just told you could google all of these sites even notice. Yeah oh yeah. I mean i noticed. I just kept it in there about. I mean you could use. He had for your email and i think they have some other web apps to their similar to google's sweet. You know but people are using. Google by march is one of the things to. It's just such a big company and then at the same time you know. They're so big that they're able to sell your user data at such a premium because everyone using google like. I guess you could see how they could make the case for antitrust so big like who can compete with google in the tech space. No one really. If you as a user are concerned about google when the privacy and data risk there are alternatives out there so aware that we just mentioned the fear at the same time to think. Your data is any in any worse hands with google with anyone else so yeah for using the internet they got your data is out there. Sorry to tell you well. So using these specialized services well dot go specifically got keeps things private. Same thing i think with the end that so. Yeah but like you're using like any main main level not mean level Any Have a mainstream services if you're trying to use any other any mainstream site at all app they have your info infos. Well yeah for sure. Hp is leading silicon valley for houston. Texas's hewlett packard. Enterprise is the latest tech company to move from silicon valley. They announced that they will move to houston texas during their fourth quarter earnings. Release they say quote. Hp's largest us employment hub. Houston is an attractive market to recruit and retrain featured talent and as the company is currently constructing a state of the art new campus unquote. It's not clear how many employees will affect but the company said that there will be no layoffs in the move. Hp will keep the san jose campus and will consolidate some of the bay area sites there. Yeah i'm kind of surprised that they're keeping the campus in the Bay area rarely. Because i know a lot of this has happened living from california to texas and just leave california altogether. Yeah i mean a lot. I mean another taxes are kinda high out there at the property value is so i mean yeah i mean i i know especially with me reproductions. A lot of those are moving away from the central california area. So and i know the The tech industry in general has been moving largely from california to texas. And i think maybe a certain extent the movie industry could be livid. Texas was while i know at least sudden youtube or type considered it taxes from california. There's of a lot of places in texas. Like a austin and stuff that are pretty trendy right now and stuff. Yeah so yeah austin's an interesting one. Because i mean you don't have to have a business license to start a business there. I know that. Yeah so Self force is bind slack. Business software pioneer salesforce dot com is buying the work chat service slack for twenty seven point seven billion dollars in a deal aimed at giving the two companies. A better shot at competing against microsoft. That was this was announced. Tuesday and is the largest and the twenty one year history of salesforce salesforce was one of the first companies to begin selling software as a service subscriptions that could be used on any device on the internet instead of installing programs on individual computers so we can blame companies like salesforce for this subscription. Hell healthcare now. Yeah yeah. I mean. I guess i don't think i want to call us subscription. Hell i mean it adds up. You know that's if you subscribe to water services. Yeah a lot of people do and then realize oh crap. I've subscribed to wait too many services. Yeah i guess the best thing to do is like well. I know it's like streaming. At least you know. I have a couple my family as a couple of my friends of the couple who asks. What's around. I guess you can't do that with most subscription services. yeah it depends on how you just. It's just a cost benefit analysis. Yes like okay. Do i really need ten dollars a month or you know what it rather you know. Go get my own groceries from the store. yeah of course Salesforce is mainly targeted towards businesses. So if you don't have a business you're probably used salesforce. No yeah probably might be an a database. They have probably yeah probably lots of databases all right So business claims amazon seller is selling counterfeit versions of their product. Joss wechsel josh whistle. Bomb the inventor of belt bro. A no buckle a note buckle belt which uses just to belt loops to hold up pants. Shorts has posted on. Medium dot com. That's where they started selling their on amazon another seller has started making counterfeits and selling. There's two They've gone so far as to copy the belt bro logo in name quote several months ago. We decided to start selling on amazon. Fda approval it was going to it was going very well and are no buckle belts. Were selling fast. But then i noticed. A chinese company who our entire amazon listing. I'm talking product packaging branding images and more wechsel vom stated quote. What you'll notice is. They stole not only our product packaging or design but they also had took our images and amazon sales copy word for word end quote. What's the bomb is part of amazon special brain british program companies with trademarks and patents can apply to get a proof increase brand protection so excellent thought he could file a complaint and get this cow product. Move however he found he couldn't to weeks for filing amazon said they review the evidence of founded. Incomplete is said to identify the specific contact on amazon lead to be infringing. Basically knowing the pictures details information he attached to his initial case log along with their. As i n. number. So if you want to support this company perhaps go directly to belt dot com. Yeah so That's an interesting prom. Amazon is having their yeah. I mean i'm sure. This is an isolated incident. I mean obviously that person you talked to and this is just one side of the story. So i'm not i'm not trying to be like parameters on but right i see stories like this. I always get back on my mind. This is just one person's account of what happened. So if that's what actually happened yet it's pretty messed up and it's a travesty. But well amazon has had. She is in recent years with counterfeit products being sold on by third party sellers. So they realize all yeah. They've had a lot of big issues with that. So i mean i think it's more the justed isolated incident but this kind of thing is happening. That's like some chinese company for example. Get some idea from someone here in america kapisa and even in this case ribs their logo off to basically. Yeah i'm sorry there's between copying someone's idea but then marketing as the exact same product that's kinda crossed the line. Yeah that's one hundred percent. Counterfeit there yeah Spotify is testing. Its own version of stories. I have no clue why the music streaming services now public publicly tested their own of stories. And it's an exclusive way for artists in companies to connect with their audience. Spotify has worked on this feature for awhile. It's currently and a be tested. Oh so you may or may not see the feature. Currently i mean i guess i can kinda understand why but So i i don't know it's all about eyeballs. Want your eyeballs. I guess but They did some market research and they said hey. If you add this little thing to your app you'll get more eyeballs. Yeah i mean more money in your pocket cars you want. I feel like they have Done something old for it though. Just my opinion too. Many people are usually the stories idea now. And i think that's a problem with like i think just trends in general because only once someone starts doing something becomes super popular. You kind of have to do it to at that point like the industry standard yet. The has something like this. I mean even frigging. Google maps has some i mean. Don't you think it's going to Come to a point where the stories aren't going to be as effective anymore. Say the whole point of bubbles. It's like you know everyone just keeps you know utilizing and utilizing the resource whatever. There's there's a bubble pops then they find something else. Yeah i mean i. That's why i'm saying spotify should really try something different. That's just my opinion. I guess We know why the rnd people at spotify leaper money than us. All right so Manchester united recently was hacked. The soccer team recently experienced a cyber attack which forced them to shut down their systems. They said that they had been hit by Sophisticated attack last friday. The daily mail reported hackers demanding quote billions of pounds but united has not identified a motive for the attack and has rejected suggestions. That attackers still have control of the system. They also said quote. This attack was by nature disruptive. You're not currently aware of any fan data being compromised. They've also had not said if it was a ransomware attack. So yeah manchester united. I remember we had that story. We go about the hospital and all that. Oh yeah everyone's under attack right now. Yeah no a really sucks. You really have to be careful about What you're paying on your hitter right now. Heidi kids wife the hacking everybody yeah So there's a hacker selling hundreds of c. Suite level email credentials for microsoft accounts for as little as one hundred dollars as pretty cheap easily costs Echinacea where between like one hundred to fifteen hundred dollars. I saw but Hundreds of c. suite level email credentials are being sold on a russian-speaking underground form. Zd net reported on friday. They found the hacker is selling email and password combinations for office three sixty five and microsoft accounts which belong to high level executives. Such ceo coo cfo. Cmo's nc tvos of various companies relying on microsoft. The hacker posted an ad on exploit in an underground form for russia speaking hackers with lago formation for an executive at a uk business management consulting agency for the president of a us apparel and accessories maker to prove his offering was legitimate. All right so. I guess what are the benefits of a c. Suite level email critical. I mean you could get some pretty big business information like insider stuff From about what the cops. Yeah i was. I was dismissed. Read so they actually stealing information. Yes exactly so so they could go through. Read your emails. Find out what your company is doing or maybe some financial information you never know i mean. Do you have a hundred bucks. We could by the ceo of Some companies email up or maybe they're developing some software and so they get access to the source code as a result and then they find loopholes and then they're able to attack the software to do their evil deed you know. Maybe they're going to start the competing tech podcast That's not while i mean. Have they did. That won't hurt me. They must be stopped there. There's probably you can start tech podcast without we team up with those teen tech is taken down. Yeah exactly Okay all right. So microsoft is facing criticism for productivity score technology. The new score measures how much individual workers use email chat and other digital tools but the company has bigger ideas for us. It -nology tomorrow workers to maximize productivity the new microsoft patent filings describe a system for deriving and predicting quote overall quality scores and quote for beatings using data like body language as presence room temperature time of day and the number of people at the meeting as cameras sensors and software tools to determine how much participant contributes to a meeting versus performance tests for example the system predicts the likelihood of having a high quality meeting in flex potential challenges when organizers sets up to beating it will recommend alternative been used times or people include in the meeting. The followings don't detail potential privacy safeguards geekwire had reached out to microsoft ask but microsoft spokesperson declined to comment on the patent filings. Yeah i mean my main concern with this as Might not allow people to be human. You know i'd like as far as this whole fear for technology in the future. This is what really kind of creeps me. Out is using ai. Tillich look like your micro expressions in your body temperature and you buy signs to kind of work up a profile on you to find out how you are. That's what i find creepy like. i understand. They're trying to squeeze every last cent. But yeah like f i Have a back. That's hurting for example. They might send me home for the day when i really need to work. You know it's true. Even though my back harding might not be serious by might have like ten seconds break from something you know. And that's the thing too. I mean when you have like you know you know policies in place like oh well you're backwards and you have to go home. You know i understand you. You can't you know it wouldn't be fair to make you know okay. You can go home and you can stay. You could sit down for thirty minutes. You gotta get up at work. So i guess it just easier for them just to make broad sweeping thing like okay if you're feeling the pain and you have to go home so yeah and by the way if you're going to do that for us retail workers give us health insurance. Hey amazon. he's offering health insurance. Maybe be true but amazon is I mean i've probably have trouble with doing that job so yeah yeah plus it sucks. It's so boring. Yeah all right so deep mind. Ai is making huge leaps in solving protein. structures This price should have been in the space science sciences. I've got a general attack Deep mind a. Google shit has made huge leaps in solving one of biology biggest challenges determining a proteins. Three d shape from amino acid sequence. The program called alpha fold outperformed around one hundred other teams in a biennial protein structure. Prediction challenge called casper or critical assessment of structure prediction. Results were announced. On november thirtieth. Start of the conference which was held. Virtually this year. The ability to accurately predict these structures will be a huge boom to life sciences and medicine. It would accelerate efforts to understand the building blocks of cells and enable faster and more advanced drug discovery. I know they've been trying to use a lot of this type of stuff like finding a cure or vaccine for covert as well. Yeah i mean. I think most pharmaceutical companies or whatever. They're using i on some level to help develop vaccinations cures relations. Whatever so right. I know for a while and i was even Advertise it here on the podcast. I've had a a faulty at home thing going on in started a faulty home team that no-one joined but you could actually hook your computer up to a network and when you weren't doing anything with your peter you can let it run and help out that network of fine like those falling pattern. Yeah the proteins. Have that on my playstation three. They had a thing for that. I don't know what the heck it was. I thought it was interesting. But yeah that that was an option for sub. You can use tesla owners are able to remotely view autopilot cameras. See essentially mode enables tesla owners to remotely see with their cameras can see through auto-pilot cameras. Tesla is planning a big software. Update likely version eleven to be pushed around. The holidays must have been teasing a quote unquote fire update. With new surprise features. We don't yet know all the features of this update but tesla has been talking about sensory mode which leaves part of its mobile app. It's an integrated surveillance system inside the vehicle using cameras around the car. This has been a game changer. When it comes to park cars being vandalized on several occasions since she moved videos went viral. Battles turned themselves in after all mine pressure. In other cases it has helped police identify in fine vandals. I do apologize. Our cat is hitting the mic cables law. But he's wanting attention is there little Associate producer right. i guess yeah But anyway Yeah i think this is an interesting feature. I'm wondering how much I mean if apparent gets there Teenage son or daughter car. They might go with a tesla so they can spy on their kids to see where they're going. Yeah i mean i mean. I'm sure they have locations services to the car. But i guess this is a little bit easier. So yeah just more. And more as technology progresses. I'm glad in the nineties as long as my child really at church right now or are they. Add a party at jimmy's house. That jimmy. i think he's a bad influence. Yes yes Tesla model x. Hacked with a one hundred ninety five dollar. Raspberry pi baseboard researchers from a security research group from the university of livan leave at belgium. Manage to hack a key less entry system and the tesla model x. The kasich team said they've discovered a major security flaw in the system of the tesla model s and detailed how the measures implemented in the more recent model. Axe can be bypassed as well. They showed how the battery powered tesla model x. kennedy stolen in just a few minutes. As a result tesla has released an over the air software update to mitigate the issues one of the phd students at the research group. Leonard wolters explained quote using a modified electronic control unit obtained from the savage tesla model x. We were able to wirelessly up to five liters statistics force key-fobs to advertise themselves as connected devices by reverse engineering. The tesla model x. key fob. We discovered that the belly interface allows for remote updates of the software running on the each as this update mechanism was not properly secured. We were able to wirelessly compromise. A key fob and take full control over it subsequently. We could obtain valid unlike messages to unlock the car later on with the ability to unlock the car. We could then connect to the diagnostic interface. Normally used by the service technicians because of vulnerability in the implementation of the parking protocol. We compare a modified key. Fob to the car providing us with permanent access and the ability to drive off with the car and quote so. Is there anything these raspberry pies can't do raspberry pies are amazing. I mean they're not very fast machines but you know they could be used for all sorts of stuff but it's good that tesla went ahead and as she had this over the air update to secure their cars. Yeah for sure. I mean you want people with raspberry pies stealing your tesla. Yeah i mean raspberry pi itself. I mean there has to be more to it than just that bored because just pull it out of the box car but the raspberry pi not wear the one hundred ninety five dollars. Model you the story up. I don't have to tell you. I got my information from another article. I gotcha. yeah. I'm not aware of a model of the raspberry pi. That cost that much. So i'm assuming there has to be a bit more equipment on that raspberry pi for it to do that those raspberry raspberry pi base other. Yes yeah. i think there's other components so all right so Libra cryptocurrency changes name to diem to distance itself from facebook. Libra is now notice diem. This is done in an effort to show the project as close organizational independence wallet attempts to get rid of the tour approvals for lunch initially received pushback partly because it emerged out of facebook and because it's ambitious aims seemed to threaten traditional government run financial systems the league association will also be changing its name to the deem association and the currency will be called the dm dollar facebook initially pitcher libra as a mainstream cryptocurrency could be spent online and offline it was meant to make digitally transferring money faster and easier than it currently is facebook would offer financial services around it as well as a digital called libra. The wall app has been renamed novi. I'm not sure how much facebook is even involved with that. This point be honest. i don't really know much about cryptocurrency. And i don't really follow the. I think it's just saying that. Facebook conscious came up with their own but now they're kind of like trying to break away. So yeah i mean. I don't even think most facebook users even knew about the cryptocurrency about it. Because i kept up with the cryptocurrencies. Yeah not me. People seem to have even noticed the take. A lot of cryptos are kind of mainstream. but i feel like the vast majority of people are leasing them right so automated. Drywall works faster than humans. In construction canvas a robotics company announced its public launch with partnerships and nineteen million dollars in financing this month. The robotics company was founded in twenty seventeen and designed robotic arm. Was sets that automate the process of drywall. Add selection the company will expand its regional presence as well as developing robots to carry out a number of automated construction task. The company claims its robots operate. Faster than a human without a machine most about companies sell or rent their machines but canvas robots are operated by trained workers from the international union of painters and allied trades canvases creating meaningful union career opportunities helping introduce previously untapped communities to the trades and making the work itself safer and reducing the strain on the body then quote said district council sixteen business manager robert williams third who is a third generation union painter. So i find this. Union are fighting against a lot of this automation. But in this case it's a case of the robotics and the automation partnering alongside the workers. Which i believe is really beneficial to people. That's pretty smart. I think that might be a good. Like in between i mean obviously technology has advanced. Yeah we can't just go forever with our current technology the same time to. We can't put you know everybody out of work. You'll have saying so right. i think you know. Obviously if this machine is worth fishing some people are gonna lose their jobs. But i think the fact that it works alongside or with the works with the use of a train human his very good. Yeah and i mean in this case It makes job safer too from what i read in the article That i got that information from. I don't think there were any jobs really being lost of course You build a and then it's built you know you don't continue on blue structure. The less updates be added to it. Yeah so it's hard to really say how many jobs are lost. But i don't see that many jobs being lost in this thing it's like like it'd be like a mass thing but obviously you know if this thing makes you more efficient than you know you're gonna be less people to do. The same amounted to do the same amount of work. In that time you're writing yeah and I don't think i mentioned that there are using there are trying to seize robots for other construction tasks as well so i think instruction could definitely benefit a lot from like you know the technology is. That's that's still a very dangerous industry. Yes and that's going to need the humans to assist the technology and that industry. I think until we don't okay and we'll be back after this message Do you like the music and sound effects. were using on the. Joey's totally tech podcast. Well we get the licensing for this music through epidemic if you're a content creator creating video on youtube or other social media platforms or fellow podcast. Up visit bit l. y. slash jt epidemic. That's bit dot l. y. slash. Jt epidemic and you can sign up for a subscription for as little as fifteen dollars per month. They have a wide variety of genres of music as well as sound effects. Could incorporate into your content. You don't have to pay royalties you. 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Lydia has high hopes for this graphics card. yeah definitely I mean they have high hopes for all their cards early Especially the higher end parts which they didn't produce enough of but i think that was to keep them in the press rally dislike the console's. Yeah i mean he said. I mean like you said they They released obviously a large stock as much as their other combined. Yeah but this is like the more affordable mid range card. These aren't the hyon cards so it's okay. Yeah all right so Rtx thirty-six t. i. Reviews are in and they have been found to perform at around the same performance of the twenty eighty super and even beats the twin eighty. Ti in some cases at once price of three ninety nine. It's a very compelling gpu and if it sells out you'll likely end up having to pay nine hundred dollars a day at least until it comes back and stock. Yeah so Yeah we'll see how things go. I haven't really kept up with the launch of this card. I know it's already out I don't sold out right now. Because like i said i have been keeping up like i should. If i'm honest watch out for those graphics. Cards scholars yeah. Because i mean i kind of know. Generally when like the anything from mid range to high end comes out at sells out quickly. The lower end stuff like when we talk about I don't nothing going to do. Like a thirty fifty or hundred hundred to seventeen fifty instead lower and stuff like that. That won't sell out price much. I'll be cheaper. That's more my budget okay. yeah So anyway I don't know have you heard about the new Super nintendo world in japan. Oh yeah yeah. A are. Mario kart inkers. Universal's super nintendo world in february. it's been over five years since then. Ten announced plans to collaborate with universal studios on a real world theme park universal studios announced the opening of super nintendo world on february fourth. Twenty twenty one in osaka japan. Mario kart cuba's challenged as a highlight of the new nintendo. Themed area of universal studios japan. People are in a model of bouncers castle and writers. Are in a replica cart with augmented reality. Glasses to help them be fully immersed the cart on rails which prevent free driving around the track but augmented reality glasses will that players actually seashells being thrown to take out opponents. There's also a yoshi adventure ride featuring captain toad and a quest for headed colored eggs. Both of these attractions lasts about five minutes. So yeah i think i've been kind of keeping track of the tolan intendo world independ- for the last couple of years now and not really a theme park guy and i don't really see myself going all the way to japan. Just check this out. But if i were in the area out definitely i'll definitely check it out because it just helping. I definitely want to ride the Mario kart coupons challenge ride for shore. If i ever go there yet it'd be interesting to you know. Driving around basil's castle fireballs bombs. All kinds of crap went off. I'd like to visit super potato and japan but super potato that as of video game store in japan they sell a lot of retro video games. I think they sell modern stuff too. But that's a pretty popular spot. There i heard they have robots ice cream. I want to take those all nice all right so next up the space and science news physicists might be able to create and destroy magnetic fields from afar this method evolves running electric current through a special arrangement of wires to create a magnetic field which looks as if it came from another source real life. Applications include a cancer drug. That could be delivered directly into a tumor deep in the body by capsules. Bait of magnetic nanoparticles. You can't stick a magnet and the tumor to guide nanoparticles on their journey. But if you could create a magnetic field from outside the body which centered right on the tumor you could deliver the drug. Without an invasive procedure magnetic field strength decreases when with distance from the magnet a theorem prevent and forty. Two aren't shaw's theorem says. It's not possible to create a spot of maximum magnetic field strength in space but rosa. Mac battle Physicist in italy and her colleagues may have found a way around this inspired by work and optics which uses engineered materials known as meta materials which are designed to have properties not found in any naturally occurring material to get around limits own resolution set by wavelength of light. They sought hypothetical magnetic materials might enable the impossible with magnetic fields. I guess you could just make a feel thin air now. So that's exciting. I mean. I think there's still work to be done on that but you know that's pretty exciting for example help out with cancer treatments. Yeah for sure yeah. There might be some other practical uses for to. You can control birds now. i guess. China's first nuclear reactor using wall along one tech connected to grid china's first nuclear facility which she says swallow one technology which was developed in china was successfully connected to the grid in china's fujian province. Early friday upon connection the number five unit at the fuqing nuclear power plant of the china national nuclear corporation or the cnc started generating electricity. This is a landmark akita for china which signals a great improvement in the competitiveness of china's nuclear power industry. Yeah we edited it out. 'antonio mispronounced. Fuqing you're allowed to say that as long as it's a harmless mistake i tried to keep a family friendly here okay We can only imagine what i said by mistake. Yes so but so yeah china's getting nuclear power. I guess hopefully that'll help. I don't have a lot of air pollution down that way so yeah. Hopefully that'll help things out in the next thirty fifty years. Yes and i'm hoping china is get serious about Working on reducing that air pollution. Because i mean the planet is in pretty serious shape right now when it comes to global warming. Yeah yeah it is but you know. I know like we discussed a couple weeks ago nuclear power. I did a lot of people kinda down on it. Because they're afraid of like unique. Follow new ways but it really has come a long way in the last few decades. So it has its downsides for for sure. I think that's part of a transition to a safer energy source. Yeah for sure yeah. Engineers are building huge. Salt caves to store. Large amounts of hydrogen scientists are wanting to store large amounts of hydrogen and case a boom happens and reserves are needed. They're going to use salt mines for this cell works reports quote. The project would initially have enough energy to power one hundred fifty thousand households for one year and is scheduled the operational by twenty twenty five and has been managed by mitsubishi hitachi power systems a maker of gas turbines and magnum development which owns salt caverns for liquid. Feel storage end quote. Salt mine caves will be repurpose to store. Reserves of hydrogen as well as other feels salt makes a great medium for storing and then continuing to generate green hydrogen right so they're hiding hydrogen hiding but this storing hydrogen and the salt. That's pretty cool. Yeah definitely i mean. Hydrogen as a potential energy source that once they figure out how to use it Safely and everything could be a really good one yeah hydrogen. That's the hindenburg. So we don't want that again. Yeah we don't want hindenburg's chinese submarine has reached the deepest place on earth. And i'm not going to be mad if you mispronounced the name of the submarine here. I'm gonna give it the old college. Try the submarine. Fend izu fend news. Okay the chinese submarine fend reached one of the deepest spots on the planet a depth of thirty five thousand seven hundred ninety one feet according to a state run news agency and you can always trust those. The submarine completed thirteen dives into the mariana trench during a month. Long expedition area boasts the deepest region earth. It's in the western pacific ocean. It's put china into a club of just a handful of countries which include the us france russia. In japan that have vessels capable of crude sub. Eleven four hundred eighty three dives to the club china. So yeah the during the mirror on his trench now. I guess what's down there a church. Yeah i mean they probably want to find out. What kind of creatures are down there in a- maybe it's like pacific rim of that. I think the story of that is i think i think it was the mariana trench. Some are even the ocean. there was a portal dimension. All yeah came out of there so sponsor of course we had to build fry giant mexico. Fight them and then that's okay. Well yeah. I mean going into places like the mariana trench and whatnot. That's great of a great place for scientific discovery right now right on. Yeah so chinese team test jet engine able to reach anywhere on earth within two hours. Chinese scientists have built what they say is a revolutionary plane engine for mock sixteen flight. The aircraft will be able to reach anywhere on earth within two hours. A test flight of a prototype was performed and hypersonic when tunnel in beijing. The test suggested unprecedented performance in terms of thrust feel efficiency and operational stability. The engine could also be used for reusable trans atmospheric planes which would be able to take off horizontally from any airport runway go into orbit around earth and then re enter into the atmosphere and land at another airport pretty crazy. You can fly to australia and just two hours. Yeah well. that's not very far away from australia. Less put something from here this about show. Yeah if i had that in after expensive you'd be able to afford one. Yeah i'm sure. Yeah we just the the quite feel more exclusive subscribers. Yes the read this correctly. So basically the plane takes off vertically. That's one thing the engine could be used for. Okay well i mean obviously just the engine so it depends on the application for what it's us. Yes gammy it's pretty interesting. I mean that's i mean next thing you really have to go from there. I mean obviously you can get anywhere in one hour. I guess but yeah two hours. I think is pretty reasonable. So yeah we just teleportation is right around the corner all right. So mysterious monolith disappeared in utah and another one has reappeared in romania. And i questioned whether i should put this at science news. In fact i think we get over at the other week. Remember this i remember. I remember the story from the internet. But i don't think we reported on science teams. It's maybe it's freaky. The science of aliens put it there. So i had to put it somewhere. Yeah okay so in a story. We skipped the other week. A mysterious monolith appeared in utah. Most people leave. That was probably part of a movie set. But now it has disappeared and other similar monolith has appeared in romania. the model is almost identical. Though this one has what looks to be deliberate loop scribbles scratched in on the face stands at about the same as utah. There's only a few feet away from where the ancient decking fortress once stood according to the daily mail. Yeah i mean. I think this is part of a marvel. Tv show actually it could be. I don't know. I don't know why would just need a little metal monolith in utah. Another win romania. Who knows i mean it could be. I think it's just like a part piece for just so messing around. I don't know yeah. This sounds like something. Out of agents of shield. Even though agents of shield is already over one trying to like a grassroots kind of thing to bring the show back. I don't know yeah so. Vortex rings have been found inside magnetic material for the first time scientists have discovered fortex rings inside a tiny pr comprise of magnetic material. The new study marks the first time vortex rings were identified in a magnetic material magnetic vortices were predicted more than twenty years ago when physicist nigel cooper of the university of cambridge showed the world how magnetic for disease are not unlike those seen and fluid dynamics but the ability to witness them however was pretty difficult. Now we have the technology required to this. Researchers from the s zero and the paul shower institute created an x ray nanna tomography technique which can catch a three d. image of the magnets structure with a gadolinium cobalt management. But they don't behave the way. Scientists thought they would fluid rings are constantly in motion and only four short time they thought magnetic vortices would follow the same pattern but these vortices held still in a static stage and only disappeared when the man it became a kneeled or heated and exposed to strong men at fields. Which is a process to. Reorient the magnets ization. So it's a hot magnet news this week. Yeah magazine understanding thing. I mean i'm sure when you're looking at like a column of manetti material and you're seeing all kinds of crazy vortices being formed but yeah i've never did enough to know about but this was in the news this week's like okay. That's interesting i think. Sometimes of the space and science isn't like that honestly we get some stories that i'm not sure how the facts Things in my life. But i'm sure. If i were a scientists nestle point science just to see that's out there you know what i'm saying totally all right so a drug versus age related cognitive decline within days a few doses of this experimental drug verse age related declines in memory and mental flexibility in mice according to a new study by uc san francisco scientists. This drug called i. S r i. B as been shown in laboratory studies to restore memory function months after a traumatic brain injury verse cognitive impairments in down syndrome prevent nearly at hearing loss fight some prostate cancers and enhance ignition in healthy animals the study which was published december. I in the journal. Life showed rapid restoration of youthful. Cognitive abilities needs mice accompanied by a rejuvenation of brain and immune cells which could help explain improvements brain function. Yeah that's exciting stuff there So like people with cognitive disabilities or decline that really benefit from ezra Really cool yeah. I mean i know I used to work in a nursing home. And i think like you know dementia mental decline. That's why one the most heartbreaking diseases because just a slow and painful and i mean. Luckily i've had. I have entity that i can only imagine like looking at your mom's face and she has no idea who you are all. Yeah that's gotta be tough won't be hopefully You know this alita something. They can definitely help treat. You know like. I said alzheimer's and dementia patients and things like that. Yeah so the arecibo of tory telescope in puerto rico collapsed a few days ago. The us national science foundation said the nine hundred tonne instrument platform fell onto a dish. Four hundred fifty feet below. This happened just weeks. After officials announced the telescope would be dismantled. Did safety concerns following damage to its support system. This was one of the largest telescopes in the world. It was considered a key. Scientific for radio stran- amores for fifty seven years and was also famous as the backdrop for a scene. And the james bond film goldeneye as well as other hollywood movies. There were no reports of injuries following the collapse of the last level. Goldeneye game thanks so third algebra off. Yeah for queen country day but Well yeah that sucks. It sounds very expensive. Yeah and i mean. I guess they were going to replace it anyway so. I guess this help save on some of the demolition costs. Yeah definitely yeah. I don't know if they were playing on. Replace it but they were definitely going to dismantle it dismantle. I mean they gotta have a giant telescope and puerto. Rico are they gonna watch the stars now. yeah well. I mean Other places. I it can be done. Yeah but you gotta take a boat. Now i guess or plane or a plane whatever. Yeah so china's chang. E five vision has touchdown on the moon so they just got to the moon to cool dame of the mission is to collect samples of rock and dust and bring it back to earth does venture targets mons drunker a high volcanic complex in nearside region known as oceanic priscilla room. The lander will spend the next couple of days examining surroundings and gathering up potentials from the surface. Yes so i mean this is cited. I guess though Russia's done this. Before i mean we've gotten Space rock or men rocks and Men dusk foursome. You'll find something new. Maybe i don't know gay. China china the emmys going up going down there everywhere. Now they got this Was that thing with the pollution. We're talking about yeah. The the nuclear power plant the nuclear power plants. So yeah they're really on the rise meanwhile elon. Musk is focused on getting us tomorrow. So you i'm sure child either. By twenty one hundred okay. All right well. This has been the tech news and commentary. I've been joey k goal. And i've been antonio gareth we will catch you next time later piece.

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Anti-Oedipus 2021 Chapter 2, Section 9 - The Process

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Anti-Oedipus 2021 Chapter 2, Section 9 - The Process

"Oil thank all of you for joining us today. At the lottery. Corinthian collective and our ongoing reading of anti oedipus today will be diving into chapter three section one the inscribing socialists as we move out of familiar lysm in the history of psychoanalysis and now into something much different the sort of story of how social repression has come to be and the mediums of that repression. The operations of that repression through time. And how they've shifted. It's a really amazing chapter. This is where we start getting into and dissecting not only oedipus which is the focus of the book but also capital capitalism despotism. How these things have worked. And how they've come because genealogy in the way that they're talking about here and the way they're going to be talking about through. This is not a slow set of transitions as we make our way from one to another but instead talking through the actual apparatus at work how it takes from previous apparatus is to create new ones that serve itself and the first of these is going to be very important to talk through which is the inscribing social. Which is our discussion. Today could be really exciting exciting if anyone has questions comments anything as we go through. There's not a lot of us today. So you have a lot more freedom to sort of dive in and do whatever Let me know all right. So let's start Savage barbarians and civilized men translated by robert hurley. Mark seem section. One the inscribing socialis. The universal comes at the end the body without organs desiring production under the conditions determined by apparently victorious capitalism. Where do we find enough innocence. For generating universal history. Desiring production also exists from the beginning there is desiring production from the moment there is social production and production stream the pdf. Sorry but in a very precise sense it is true. That pre capitalist social machines are inherent in desire. They code it. They code the flows of desire to coat desire and the fear the anguish of decoded flows. Is the business of the socialis as we sell as we shall see. Capitalism is the only social machine that is constructed. On the basis of decoded flows substituting for intrinsic codes and axiomatic of abstract quantities in the form of money capitalism therefore liberates the flows of desire but under the social conditions that define its limit and the possibility of its own disillusion so that it is constantly opposing with all its exasperated strength the movement that drives it towards this limit at capitalism's limit the territory realized socialist gives way to the body without organs and the decoded flows throw themselves into the production hence it is correct to retrospectively understand all history in the light of capitalism provided that the rules formulated by marks are followed. Exactly there's a lot like this because he just like straight up admits were about to do a universal history. And he's like fuck you. We're doing universal history straight straight up not even fucking around slightly straight to the point And the very specific language. They use around a universal history. I like very much as well. yes those gird with marxist exactitude the formulations of mark's exactly but the way that they described the way desires utilized how capitalism utilizes. This is As i've said very often in a lot of these paragraphs are so very well written at the beginning of these chapters you can see in them. A summary of essentially the entire chapter and this is no exception for that As kinda wanna plug My saturday project were we. Talk about a taoism every saturday at seven. Pm pacific time and This reminds me a little bit of that right. So we're talking about capitalism's liberates to flows of desires. It's the it's the only machine constructed on the basis of decoded floats but a within sort of like like taoist or any sort of itching descended. Thought there's this idea called wu ming which is like a an unprincipled and analyses matic knowing of things or sorry woozy. Rather a wife is the unprincipled on axiomatic knowing of things. Where like if you come at something with like preferences or preformed laws or axioms of how it supposed to interact then like that's going to be your whole interaction with it and you're going to be like not seeing other possibilities or and we we talk about these different woo forms within towers and g throughout other saturday groups so if you're interested in sort of like the inter being of things and maybe like a different way of looking at things as opposed to approaching things with a teleological structure axiomatic cuts come. Check us out saturday nights. It's a good group. I'm a. I'm a fan myself But a again love this first paragraph Gonna head into the second paragraph pretty much straight away because we immediately start talking through all of this so If you at any point have a question. Anything typing in the chat. Raise your hand whatever. It is Thanks for joining us ben. First of all universal history is the history of contingencies and not the history of necessity ruptures and limits and not continuity for great accidents. Were necessary amazing encounters that could have happened elsewhere or before or might never have happened in order for the flows to escape coating and escaping to nonetheless fashion. A new machine bearing the determinations of the capitalist socialis thus the encounter between private property and commodity production which presents itself however as two quite distinct forms of decoding by privatization by abstraction or from the viewpoint of private property itself the encounter between flows of convertible wealth owned by capitalists and a flow of workers possessing. Nothing more than their labor capacity here again two distinct forms of territory legislation in a sense capitalism has haunted all forms of society but it haunts them as their terrifying nightmare it is the dread the feel of a flow that would allude their codes then again if we say that capitalism determines the conditions and the possibility of a universal history. This is true. Only in so far as capitalism has to deal essentially with its own limit its own destruction as marx says and so far as it is capable of self criticism at least to a certain point the point where the limit appears in the very movement that counteracts the tendency in a word universal history is not only retrospective it is also contingent singular ironic and critical so not like it said very very very quickly the the big point here is the generalized genealogical analysis that we're going to be undertaking of universal history of the way things have worked as i said very quickly earlier is not necessarily about a very smooth hero. The lines in here are the points. And here's how it goes. But instead a very specific understanding of the contingent events that have shaped it. The things have changed the brakes in all of it that have shaped it and how this has worked and how the pieces or the way that social organization has happened before being broken and then reshaped into new forms to suit. Its own purpose They talk very cleanly here about capitalism itself being the specter type really like the idea of capitalism being the spectre that haunts pants. Everything i like the wording at least but the idea that the the capitalism has been sitting there and waiting is to them The way that flows have operated the way that flows of worked and time has been essentially to sort of stave off capital. That there is this thing. Haunting the examples they give are how labors and flows and and the the ways that private property has operated is contingent upon various things. That have happened. But there's a almost feeling of inevitability we've gotten to this point and i adore boast gird says i love this passage coming for a formal economic background since it makes capitalism seem about his ad hoc is it always looks. Once you're looking at face face-to-face as opposed through the aperture of a graph or trendline. Yes it said it's it's all the broken pieces of the parts that have come before that have sort of survived and it's not great. I guess the pieces of all of the parts that have died before it I'm a big fan. I love this. I love the section much any questions on this any comments. Anything on this paragraph or the previous one to hang out for a second. I'll happily wait. It's fine though. I'm going to force anyone to have questions all right we'll head on to the next It is worth reading. Actually mariscos. Elliot's comments here which is the footnote From the previous line about Marks the point where to limit appears in the very movement counteracts tendency footnote says The west's line of development far from being universal because it will recur everywhere appears universal because it recurs nowhere else it is typical therefore because in its singular progress. It has obtained a universal result. It has furnished a practical base industrial economy and theoretical conception socialism that permitted to leave behind to cause all other societies to leave behind the most important and most recent forms of exploitation of man by man the authentic universality of the west line of development lies therefore in its singularity in its difference not an its resemblance to the other lines of evolution. Say again. I love it. In a word universal histories not only retrospective it is contingent singular ironic and critical to get section. This get so much more fun. The fried stuff breaks my brain as we do it. So i'm a big fan of this stuff. The earth is the primitive. Savage unity of desire and production for the earth is not merely the multiple and divided object of labor it is the unique indivisible entity the full body that falls back on the forces of production and appropriate them for its own as the natural or divine production while the ground can be the productive element and the result of appropriation. The earth is the great unin. Gendered stasis the element superior to production that conditions the common appropriation and utilization of the ground. It is the surface on which the whole process of production is inscribed on which the forces and means of labor are recorded and the agents and the products distributed. It appears here as the quasi cause of production the object of desire it is on the earth the desire becomes bound to its own repression. The territorial machine is therefore the first form of socialist the machine of primitive inscription. The mega machine that covers a social field. It is not to be confused with technical machines in its simplest called manual forms. The technical machine already implies an acting a transmitting or even a driving element. That is non. Human and that extends man's strength and allows for a certain disengagement from it the social machine in contrast has been or its parts even if we view with them with their machines and integrate them internalize them in an institutional model at every stage of action transmission and motorcity hence the social machine fashions a memory without which there would be no synergy of man and his technical machines. The latter do not in fact contain the conditions. For the reproductions of the process they point to the social machines that condition and organize them but also limit and inhibit their development it will be necessary to await capitalism to find a autonomous organization of technical production that tends to appropriate memory and reproduction and thereby modifies the forms of exploitation of man. But as a matter of fact this organization presupposes a dismantling of the great social machines that preceded it diving straight into the the first socialist. But this dissociation general. This is one that is important for us to make sure everyone grasps The distinction here between social machine and technical machine is very very very important It's commonly confused. I've seen it quite a few times where people talk about. Computers is social machines. they're not their technical they mitten technical machines. Are the the loom the automated loom or the factory floor the robots technical machines that may have a human as part of the process but does not as necessary. The social machine has been for. It's very parts. This is the difference of social machine and associates. It is how the if there is such thing as the apparatus of society works The the way that we operate inside of a state inside of a place inside of a social group the machine that that is is the social machine now. Technical machines can be part of this. They generally are. I would assume mostly are All the time but the social machine yes michael. It's it's how we interact with each other but it's bit more than that. It is the assumptions around what drives us to interact with each other again. Man being the parts of it all the machine of the primitive inscription here. The mega machine that entirely covers the social field and the social field is not just how i deal with my friends. It is how i find myself in society. How i choose what i'm going to do with my life. How i'm going to fit into the space at large society as a machine social machine. The socialis at large This is a significant concept inside of duluth and guadarrama worked at a big level but the distinction is one that does get a little bit lost a very often. They're very clear about it here. let's not often. I get say this is what they meant. But they're pretty clear about it here. The the other part that is important. An alleged to distinguish them is that A social machine contains the conditions for the reproduction of their process. Now that's not to say a machine that makes makes machines becomes a social machine. No it's it's not just literal reproduction as the reproduction of the process that enabled it to be created in the first place. Social social machine like facebook would actually be a pretty fucking good example of a social machine Sort of par excellence. He contains not necessarily tech level. Lots of technical machine. Sure lots of people sure. The entire apparatus did basically causes itself to continue to be created and Creates incentives for people to continue to create more within it and to build it out is the nature of social machine that versus technical machine. That's a significant distinction as well. I saw like facebook. The code technical machine facebook. The social experience is a social machine. Little bit of a. That's how that's my interpretation of it if it feel free to disagree but that's my interpretation of the sort of nuance line between the two. Also mike's fully open if anyone wants to discuss or comment vocally. It's fine one of the lines in here. That's great again to go back to the idea of how they're doing a universal histories of says it will be necessary to await capitalism to find a semi autonomous organization of technical production the tends to appropriate memory and reproduction and thereby modifies the forms of the exploitation of man. The the semi autonomous organization of technical production isn't a thing that exists. It's generally especially in the very early and they will get through this in the rest of this entire chapter will get through this almost an excruciating detail but The classic way social machines at work is not by directly having the machine that finds new ways to exploit man by its nature. That's something that's very unique to capitol. It takes us to get to capitalism to find this sort of automated met you know Oppression machine essentially whereas prior to that it very much was sort of ingrained in the acts of people and people had to do such a thing and there were choices and things with it Both sides social machines are also not necessarily human stories of families wombs adopting techniques and then fall out use across the species once a family is off. Yes there's i think there's examples of that i think to lose generally Gentle lose hates animals as one of the ways he talks about it But he doesn't believe they have a bmw. Oh for example stuff like that Which could be fair but yeah. Social machines are about the sort of meta the meta game the example i've always used for social of a and b w with like a video game like doda for example a big doda player but pick a video game counterstrike. Whatever it is fortnight anything at anytime. When you're playing the game there is a meta game and people refer to it as the meta the way. The metalworks is people based on the law of large numbers. Know the best way to play the best hero to choose how to play that hero. The things to do with that hero abilities or weapons which are the best. All of these things become assumed there. The meta this is the social machine of that game. This is the nature of it. There's there's a lot of technical aspects in it but they didn't program into the game. This is the best character. This is the the social byproduct the meta game. That sort of comes with the entire thing. We have this capital pretty significantly as well And it's very unique there to get into the next one. Actually that talks about technical and social await for jason question. Real quick started watching his. Abcd's i think he said only animals. He liked our ticks and lice. Yeah he he's not a an animal. Hates embarks He's something else. The same machine can be both technical and social but only when viewed from different perspectives for example the cloud as a technical machine for measuring uniform. Time and dissolve social machine for reproducing canonic hours and for a suring order in the city when lewis mumford coins. The word mega machine to designate the social machine as a collective entity he is literally correct although he limits its application to the barbaric despotic institution. If more or less in agreement with rose classic definition one can consider the machine to be the combination of solid elements each having its specialized function and operation under human control in order to transmit a movement and perform a task. Then the human machine was indeed a true machine. The social machine is literally a machine irrespective of any metaphor in as much as it exhibits. An immobile motor and undertakes a variety of inventions flows are set apart elements are detached from a chain and portions of the tasks to be performed are distributed coding. The flows implies all these operations. This is the social machines. Supreme task inasmuch as the apportioning of production corresponds to extractions from the chain resulting in a residual share for each member in a global system of desire and destiny that organizes the productions of production the productions of recording and the production of consumption flows of women and children flows of herds and seed sperm flows flows of shit menstrual flows. Nothing must escape coating the primitive territorial machine with its immobile motor. The earth is already social machine. A mega machine that codes. Though lows of production flows in means of production of producers consumers full-body of goddess earth gathers itself earth gathers to itself the cultivable cultivatable species. The agricultural implements and the human organs. I think just the same point talking. A little bit more specifically Like my example of facebook. The code facebook the social machine. I hear they're talking about the clock with the clock being its littoral machine i can take apart. It's really fun to do by the way and if you haven't watched luxury watches are made it's crazy. They're literal machines however there's a lot of other parts to it when you look at it from the other direction of one status with it for example or do you have a very large ominous clock in the middle of the city that can seem dystopia in that has a social aspect. It is just a machine. It's also more than that. And i think we know it and this applies significantly across the board accounts by the way if you're on youtube i'm watching the comments. If you have a comment no one ever does which is fine. I'm just letting you know too quiet group today. michael. I mean you're usually quite loud loud. You mean usually usually everyone's talking. It's a quiet group today which is fine. I'm just trying to eek out because this stuff can be challenging. It took it took me a few bits to get through this. The first time i went through it little and the last time we did this reading Which i think we got through this like nine months ago And there's a lot of specific sort of parts of this as we're talking. The as that flows are coded and decoded the ways that we might consider a social machine or a technical machine and oppose them or think of how they intertwine there's a lot of amazing nuance and complexity on here. That could easily be broken down but also is easily misunderstood so please don't Don't hesitate asking questions. That's the whole point. Were here it also is easier to understand than say chapter to seven or two eight. Which just like. I was re editing at the other night. It just hurt my brain like to even re listen to parts of it. So it's it's all of it. Stop this one's more but swan. Make sure you guys are good. I'll continue the next paragraph though. Meyer forts makes a passing remark. That is joyous and refreshingly sound. The circulation of women is not the problem. A woman circulates of herself. She is not at ones disposal. But the juridical rights governing progenitor are determined for the profit of a specific person and quote. We see no reason. In fact for accepting the postulate that underlines underlies exchanges notions of society society is not first of all mill you for exchange where the essential would be to circulate or cause to circulate but associates of inscription. Where the essential thing is to mark and to be marked there is circulation only if inscription requires or permits it. The method of the primitive territorial machine is in the sense. The collective investment of the organs for flows are coded only to the extent that the organs capably respect capable respectively of producing and breaking them are themselves encircled instituted as partial objects distributed on the social and attached it. A mask is such an institution of organs. Initiation societies compose the pieces of a body which are not which are at the same time sensory organs anatomical parts and joints prohibitions. Seen not speak not apply to those who in a given state or on a given occasion are deprived of the right to enjoy a collectively. Invested oregon. The mythology sing of organs partial objects and their relations with a full body that repels or attracts them for china's riveted on the woman's body and immense penis shared by men an independent amos that assigns itself a body without heinous guirma story begins when the mouth was dead. The other parts of the body were consulted to see which of them would take charge of burial. The unity's in question are never found in persons but rather in series which determined the connections disjunction and conjunctions of organs. That is why. Fantasies are group's fantasies. It is the collective investment of the organs that plugs desire into the social and a symbol social production and desiring production into a hole on the earth so so the part about marking was the second synthesis right. The second sentence is recording. Yes i mean that's just super interesting So what's what's doing you know. What is the mark as some people say certain things but what is it. Fair to lose watery. Well so. I mean they're going to be going through that through most of chapter three because that mark changes over time and it shifts. How utilize it. What utilizes it and how it operates at a technical level Here they're talking about very specifically and primitive societies and they'll use that term often. I'm just gonna use it. Sorry if it's shitty as term just the one that they've used They're talking here specifically essentially about like a nocco communist of primitive communist People's is kind of the idea when they when they're talking about these. The primitive man the tribal primitive territorial machine. This was caveman level. How did we. How did we survive. How do these trams tribes survive. How do they think about each other. And when they talk about marking here Various specifically to me They are talking about the ways that it's marks in society that we have a debt the beginning into all of this At at a deep level but the mark changes over time from being a say here One second to get it right right. the the change here is society is not a mill you for exchange with the essential would be to circulate into and to circulate but rather associates of inscription or the essential thing is to mark and to be marked. The idea of exchange being the base for society. I think is where they're taking sort of task with because exchange exchanges isn't necessarily it I have to assume that they're making mention here of the cursive. Share from the thai as well Which are tied. Group is currently reading the rodham but Our friends at acid horizon did a wonderful read and sort of breakdown on ties cursing share and The way that you know things operate more as a debt and as an excess and as marking and Bataille goes defender. That is just the connections. I know of in my brain. Sorry can especially the answers of emmy so can't be exchanges in so far as we're talking about libido right because the the death drive is is the eruption in aeros that causes it to pulsating in repeat so so it's it's much more about these connections is they're saying before that that A woman circulates of herself. I think is the point there so in so far as we're talking about libido here and desires they explication it yet i mean it makes sense why with critique exchanges notions on how it works no for sure and in its as they start getting into this. I mean i'm trying to do what i can without jumping too far ahead but you know. Hear what they're talking about when they say that It's the essential thing is to be marked and be an to mark envy marked inside of this sort of pre cast pre class form of social know setup. A lot of that has to do with the fact that i'd in that specific territory pre primitive territorial socialis. There isn't a Economy as we know it a system of money and things like that or sort of a larger set up or organization there specifically only organized by the marks by the the social of inscription. That is how they know what to do and how they sort of organize themselves. It's gotta be harsh and it's got to be very particular because they don't have a larger thing that they're doing they don't have a larger person for example the desperate which we will come to learn about they don't have a larger which for us is capital They just how they need to do. And because of that all their stuff is like crazy. Exacting specific all the things that they need is like we need x. We need y. You're gonna fucking do it. Don't phrase it like that. Instead they talk about the marks that you have the deaths you have in the way you're set up but it's why they have cast systems as an example. That's why they have. You know the the feasts why they have the the rituals that they have And sort of extreme hierarchies is the need to have these things. The flows so deeply and specifically coded. And it's the as they say. The method of primitive territorial machine is in the sense the collective investment of organs the the collective investment of organs and that means everyone here where we end this. We would all be collectively invested in this. The flows are coated only to the extent that the organs capable respectively of producing breaking them are themselves encircled by other organs instituted as partial objects distributed on the social and attached to it. All of us have to be so deeply invested in what is happening. It's necessary because again it has to be very particularly set up a they use the mask. As an example initiation societies composed the pieces of a body which are at the same time sensory organs anatomical parts. and joints prohibitions. See not speak not to those who in a given state or on a given occasion are deprived of the right to enjoy a collectively invested organ. The the idea of the priests or the homosexual or whatever that may be the prohibitions are set out very much about direct desire direct desire connecting to the social and back. And it's this very tight system that the entire thing needed and that's the the gourmet story that begins that i always smile about When the mouth was dead the other parts of the body were consulted to see which of them would take charge of the burial. The that's the tightness of the people in has to that case because again their organisation their organisation it. It doesn't come from above at all. It is in what they're doing an encoding. Those desires very cleanly there. I mean there's gonna be a place for surplus and year right like i. I get your point that it's that's like what you're saying that there is a surplus working here somehow. Well that's we'll get into that there is but it's not working here that's in rituals specifically in rituals in the recording process itself almost becomes the surplus the pot latch nature of things or the having a giant feast being that release valve that lets off the pressure of that surplus That the primitive societies have avenues to eliminate surplus sacrifices to the gods whatever it may be There's a ton of stuff that happens there but again through a tightly controlled set of rules. That isn't a again like the desperate or like in capital being done for something that is hundreds of miles away. You're talking about the people. I am directly connected to inside of my social machine are organs are part of the same mishmash a my my my intestines. My mouth are not drastically separated from yours for example as they are under capital in their mediated through all these. Ooh right there where there. So there's there's ways that like we let go of surplus but It operates in a different sort of nature. It's a bogus. Kurt says given the kind of evolutionary development of societies out of contingencies compounding contingencies. These functions are never understood from a purely technical view. Yes as in myths and culture formed in functions without a manual lying around anywhere describing their function. Yes i mean. That's i think a significant amount of what they're getting towards at least now During this is that these are i. Don't wanna say unspoken rules but they're assumed rules and part of the larger scale social machine and so the functions of it don't get to be written down it. It's one of the really interesting things they get on as they start talking about sort of the desperate and then they move into capital. Is that There is you can't write down. How all of these things work. Because it almost breaks the rules itself for how the thing works But especially in the primitive because again it's intended to be sort of this You know i'm doing it. Because i'm deeply connected and i'm part of the world. If you needed to explain to me why. I had to do it. I've already fucked up and that itself would almost be a faux pas. Like you wouldn't have to the example. They use later is a hunter would never consider In these these types of things one hundred never considered killing and eating the deer that he's gone out to hunt he'd bring it back to the group and that's not because he wouldn't want to be seen as a little. I do under stealing. But it's because that's not how it works and help these things happen. does a little bit of a lovecraft vibe in it for sure it's fair and then the last part here that's also important to of nail out is the final two three sentences The unity's is in question are never found in persons rather than series which determined the connections disjunction and conjunction of organs. That is why fantasies are group fantasies. It is the collective investment of the organs that plugs desire into the socialists and a symbol social production desiring production into a hole on the earth. A lot there. But that's kind of the the generation of the socialis of that secondary regime for the whole thing of the social at all. Love that sense of the contingency in the series thing is interesting. 'cause like it's never a completely closed system it's always subject to something interrupting what's going on Not to say that the system doesn't have rules for it like spontaneously something but this this would be like a seeing a light bear or something or like like having a fucking than eclipse happened or something right and then that ends up connecting with all sorts of things in that does things rituals or made it. Whatnot sort of interrupt. What's going on you. Have you have points in place to deal with something like that right so like your your year. Whatever all connects to the medicine man or something like that or to the oracles now and we will get more into how coding functions in all of this one of the Sort of concepts to just be aware of as we're going through as they're not only moving away from exchanges model where I freely give you a thing in exchange for a thing of equivalent value. Thank you very much. And that's what society's made on but Running that through excess which is bataille and then coming out the other side with debt being the actual thing that is the driving sort of essence of social machines. That debt is sort of the underlying part. And that's a whole lot to say in a sentence. I know we'll get through it. It's there's a big chapter coming up. That's very much dedicated to that. So don't worry about it. We'll get there but it's a big journey. Lot lotte journeys. Our modern societies have instead undertaken a vast privatization of the organs which corresponds to the decoding of flows that have become abstract the first organ to suffer. Privatization removal from the social field was the anus. It was the anus that offered itself as a model for privatization at the same time as money came to express the flows new state of abstraction hence the relative truth of psychoanalytic remarks concerning the anal nature of monetary economy but the logical order is the following the substitution of abstract quantity coated flows the resulting collective investment of the organs on the model of the anus the constitution of private persons as individual centers of organs and functions derived from the abstract quantity. One is even compelled to say that well. In our societies the penis has occupied the position of a detached object distributing lack to the persons of both sexes and organizing medical triangle. It is the anus. That in this matter detaches it. It is the anus that removes and sublimated the penis in a kind of often. Boom it will constitute the phallus sublimated is profoundly linked to reality but this is not to say that the latter furnishes the material to be sublimated for want of another use an analogy does not represent a lower requiring conversion to a higher it is the anus itself that ascends on high under the conditions which we must analyse of its removal from the field conditions. That do not presuppose supplementation since on the contrary supplementation results from them it is not the anal that presents itself for supplementation. It is supplementation in its entirety is anal moreover the simplest critique of supplementation is the fact that it does not by any means rescue us from the shit only the mind is capable of shitting analogy is all the greater. Once the ennis's disinvested the libido is indeed the essence of desire but when the libido becomes abstract quantity the elevated and disinvested anus produces the global persons and specific egos that serve the same quality quantity as units of measure are to- expresses it. Well this dead rats ass suspended from the ceiling of the sky whence issues. the daddy. mommy triangle the uterine mother father of a frantic analogy whose child is only an angle this kind of covering eternally hanging on something. That is the self Ken just wondering how i get up until they start talking about how the the the disinvestment of the leads to global kirstens like i totally totally understand what they're saying so i mean it sounds like they're saying if you cut off flows of desire you get global persons and like singular ios that would flow with what i understand their general saying overall I re listened to our reading of this last time. And how i don't think we satisfactorily came up with a answer for this whole thing. There's a lot. Can we get a little bit of like translation for the anal means in this passage. Because i feel like i feel like everything else. I'm able to kind of grasp a little bit. But i feel like flying right over my head. It's like have like a psychoanalytical background. That is fair. give me two seconds. And let's kim wants to jump in it's It is sort of production right. The anus shits and i mean originally insights analysis. It's like the aims produces gifts. And then you have to supplement or something into into pooping in the toilets and not enjoying your creation or being appreciative of it. Even though i know lots of people who take pictures of pukhan and send it to other people as sort of a gag thing and compare poops. You don't know anyone who does. I'm i'm i'm never ever giving you my phone number so i understand that like we. We go back and forth between literally meaning amos and like meaning. Amos has an analogy to other things When it says like the first organised ever privatization removal from the social field was the anus on the lake. And i know he's being direct here but like can we get a little bit more tangible something of of that like we didn't literally private innocently. My i'm thinking that he's talking that they're talking here specifically about Let's call it human experience. Not necessarily the thing we did is like it is society. Or maybe maybe he means humans because it's one the anal stage and the nature of the anus inside of lake. Psychoanalysis is when a child moves from learning to control his mouth because baby when they're born they shit wherever they shit. There's a reason we have diapers thing and during that stage. The baby's learning to control its mouth and a feed with mommy drink from bottle Make noises coup the right volume like there's lot of oral control. That happens with that. The switch happens around each to three when the child begins focusing on the anal stage. Which is what it's called. The anal stage is when you start learning to flex your butthole. I mean house to put it like. That's what it is. It's learning when to shit and how to control when you poop that ability to sort of hold that on and to do that changes like how you as a person realize that you have multiple forms of. I would almost say mastery and enjoyment for like having gratification in general. This adds the anal enjoyment as thing. And there's a lot of things that come off of this sort of in general Someone we talked about the privatization. I i think here. He doesn't necessarily mean like the exploitation of it for capital But the removal from the social field. I think make sense because poop isn't a thing like despite kin's weird friends who sent pictures which the fuckin- It's i assume they're all inside. Quinnell analytic circles so this bat makes sense. I honestly The we don't we don't do that like everything else. Like kinda works like everything else is fairly like you know. It's a social field all the way from like fucking dick vagina everything fucking or whatever. This part of social field poop isn't as shitting isn't but holes art. That's the first thing that was privatized was the anus with the aim that offered itself as a model for privatization at the same time money came to express the flows. New state of abstraction happened. Sort of in that. Same time The relative troop of psychoanalytic remarks concerning the anal nature of monetary economy. Which i think is a cheeky comment I know they mean the transcendent anus. That's i'm trying to get their say the whole thing But it's a to them. I think that's more what they're referencing is sort of the way that the anus Being the first part that we have to sort of remove not have as part of our setup then becomes a sort of floating anus from got What the schizoid position opposes. Too bad partial objects interjected and projected toxic and extra mental orland. Anal- is not a good object even if it were partial what is posed is rather an organism without parts of body without organs with neither mouth marinas having given up all introduction and projection and being complete at this price. Let's actually from logica sense while we're going to be reading that soon. That's wild. that's where logic a sense. Great thank you like other reading. Should go faster. I guess Floating solar anus. Maybe yeah But it's a detached amos that's the joke they're making here And they sort of commentary is. It's not the anal that presents itself for supplementation as that sort of larger thing like the fallas it supplementation in its entirety. The nature of supplementation is the same. Doesn't rescue us from the shit. Only the mind is capable of shedding jesus. Christ there's a lot here. I don't necessarily understand this paragraph that well The whole anal psychoanalytic. Shit is not my bag as well as other stuff. So which i can help more. Well i feel like we're doing an okay job. Maybe i'm just optimistic. So we Jack pointed out the first parallelism as transition an innocent that makes sense with the giant status in the sky We talked about a nationality in. This situation is as Being able to control flows to a certain extent I'm satisfied Several nation being anal is an interesting point. I mean that's sort of what even the con- leaning into what to do with the excesses to it But you know whether you can actually sublimate something or not seems contentious to me. I you know it's actually just another form of Repression there's something like that. Correct me if i'm wrong. Supplementation in general is the act of turning a thing or energy into say socially acceptable or normative a Actions verse yeah. Just i'm just making sure it 'cause then but again i would just say that there's gotta be a little bit of a rise smile as they write this because the idea of analogy itself being sublime is pretty fantastic given that like that is not how it was viewed at all by any of these people so I mean like anal. Sex itself was seen as perverse by literally. Most of these people saying they said some awful things about you know homosexuals and stuff prior to this so And has got to be. There's got to be a wry smile in there as they write. This feels like it. Yeah for sure. I mean the whole thing is is seems to be Comedy which is super helpful. If i can get the joke. Yep someday we'll understand their sense of humor. Just they're just galaxy brain next level. Sometimes it is not the anal that presents itself for supplementation supplementation in its entirety. That is anal. So that's the difference so it's not like it's not like i'm creating it's not like bacon created his art because what he really wanted to do with some extra perverse thing it's not. It wasn't like a coping mechanism. I mean i guess in a way that i don't think that would be the primary thing here. I think if it was a productive for sort of unto itself it wasn't like his art was him coping with repress trauma even though maybe might've seen that in some ways always so okay so wait so then. They're they're outlining here. How okay. i'm going to reread a sentence that i think in here The order of all of this is the following i. We have the substitution of abstract quantity for the coated flows second the resulting collective disinvestment of the organs on the model of the us the disinvestment that childless through the constitution of private persons as individual centers of organs and functions derived from the abstract quantity. These are the three elements of the vast privatization of the organs. And they happen in that. They stayed the logical order. The sent the first part we go through. Substation of abstract quantity for the coated flows. Is we have our coated flows but then we figure out at some level of abstract quantity to apply to them to represent them as i ten dollars. Whatever the resulting collective disinvestment of orders organs on the model of the innis i the disinvestment with the amos being the example we have to suppress our desire to continue to enjoy. Our asshole had learn that through the anal stage and we disinvest properly. We must do that with all of our desiring machines. All of our organs third step out is The constitution of private persons as individuals centers of organs and functions derived from that abstract quantity the abstract quantity of who. I am what. I've done the things i'm i have. I'm a white man or whatever. The abstract quantity being the thing then comes out of and denotes me as an individual as a center of an oregon through that this is the nature of how the monetary economy exists as an anal center interesting. Okay that actually works a lot that flows the rest of the paragraph nicely. That's great jesus okay. Lindsay compelled to say that. Well in our society penises occupied the position of detached object distributing lack the anus. That in this matter. Detaches it is amos that removes and supplements the penis and that will constitute the phallus. The removal of energies that are not socially acceptable is is the analogy of privatization and the analogy of the market. That's actually of interesting to turn that back on itself right any last questions on this paragraph that you want to get moving helped my little ramble made sense. At least it did it makes me helps me understand. That treatment of the signifier day seems to really fit. Actually make a few things. Click for me we. We should discuss it a little bit later to ken. Because this is this one. We did not have any understanding last time. So i'm glad we're getting somewhere on this too but the next paragraph is more annals. Let's do it blowhole organ. the site. The whole of oedipus is anal and implies an individual over investment of the organ to compensate for its collective disinvestment that is why the commentators most favorable to the universality of oedipus recognize nonetheless that one does not encounter in primitive societies any of the mechanisms or any of the attitudes that make it a reality. Our society no superego. No guilt no identification of specific ego with global persons but group identification that are always partial following the compact aggravated series of ancestors andy fragmented series of companions and cousins knowing -ality although rather because there is a collectively invested amos what remains then for the making of oedipus structure that is to say an unrealized potentially are we to believe that a universal and a piss haunts all societies but exactly as capitalism hunts them that is to say as the nightmare and the anxious forboding of what might result from the decoding of lows in the collective disinvestment of organs. The becoming abstract the flows of desire and the becoming private of the organs. I wanna read the footnote. They're what remains for. The making of oedipus footnote from halperin the pre object relations with the mothers pass over and are divided into relations of identification with the group of companions of the same age the conflict with the fathers finds itself neutralized and relations of identification with the group of older brothers similar analysis and results in mc and edmund ortega's Pay african but these authors indulge in a strange gymnastics to maintain the existence of an edible problem or complex. Despite all the reasons they advanced contrary and although they say. This complex is not clinically accessible. This is their first beginning again. As i said they've been going after his quite a bit and especially the fact is at a pistons determinate. They don't agree with that. Where does the human condition and their critique through this paragraph as. it's been building up as well. actually. Oedipus by nature is anal. It's the thing that We have sort of grown to do. If you go back to these older societies. Sure we have some people who have written about how everything's out of politeness but they've really had to force and they really had to do a lot of work to make it really come out and maybe even then it doesn't really work instead. We should consider the way that these groups work the way that these things operate. It's it is gross. a busker. But it's it's a thing that happens because we're human and our own assumptions of how society operates and our own sort of cognitive bias of our own beliefs is gonna come in. We don't understand the cliches we believe in is the way it works. Get the they wouldn't be cliches if we didn't if we saw them they've they stopped becoming cliches pretty fast and questions. Comments on this paragraph the primitive territorial machine codes flows invest organs and marks bodies to such a degree that circulating exchanging is apes secondary activity in comparison with the task that sums up all the others marking bodies which are the earth's products the essence of the recording inscribing socialis insofar as it lays claim to the productive forces and distributes the agents of production resides in these operations tattooing excising in sizing carvings scarfing mutilating encircling and initiating. Nietzsche thus defined the morality of mores the labor performed by man upon himself during the greater part of the existence of the human race his entire prehistoric labor system of evaluations possessing the force of law concerning the various members in parts of the body. Not only is the criminal deprived of organs. According to a regime of collective investments. Not only is the one who has to be even eaten according to social rules as exact as those followed in carving up apportioning Steer but the man who enjoys the full exercise of his rights and duties has his whole body marked under a regime. The consigns his organs and exercise to the collectively the privatization of the organs will only begin with the shame. Felt by the man at the site of man for it is a founding. Act the organs be hone into the social and the flows run over at surface through which man ceases to be a biological organism and becomes a full-body and earth to which his organs become attached where they are attracted repelled. Miraculously following the requirements of socialis. Nietzsche says it is a matter of creating a memory for man and man who has who was constituted by means of an active faculty of forgetting by means of a repressive a repression of biological memory must create an other memory when that is collective memory of words and no longer a memory of things a memory of signs and no longer of effects this organization which traces it signs directly on the body constitutes a system of cruelty. A terrible alphabet quote. Perhaps indeed there was nothing more fearful and uncanny in the whole prehistory of man than his new motech knicks. Man could never do without blood torture and sacrifices when he felt the need to create a memory for himself the most dreadful sacrifices in pledges the most repulsive mutilations the cruelest rights of all the religious culture one has only to look at our former codes punishments to understand what effort it costs on this earth to breed a nation of thinkers when we talk about the body without organs and the recording on the surface of the phrasing here should take on a slightly different No affect motion here. We're talking about quite literally carving on the body The idea being not that i. I'm able to maintain my debt or understand my place in society due to you. Know my job The house. I live in the money that i've got the checks that i can cash my business card all of these things that we have now through written word that allow us to have memories or have proof of a thing or two. No this is the way to be as a society not a thing that existed instead. They needed to make sure people remembered the way that they needed to behave the way that they had to be for society to operate properly Ever watched any of those Wonderful documentaries on on tribes as we find them now in the taboo practices that a lot of them have when it comes to scarification or how they have their rituals as a young man or woman gets older and the horror horrific shit that they do We see horrific. And i mean it is But how do you as a society and as a group no owes. What and who knows who's already learned Someone who turns the right age and ucar literally into his body that of the warrior Marks on him that show that he is part of your tribe well He'll he'll never forget that. Not a thing you forget. I and not a thing that leaves you because the scars. Don't go away how do you. How do you make recordings happen. It's a real question at site. It's an amazing way to think through it and a nietzsche goes deep into it but so does a battalion. So do they hear the way that we have The investments recorded and forced memory for man and man who is constituted by means of an active of forgetting by means of a repression of biological memory must create another memory. One that is collective memory of words in the longer memory of things. Maria signs no longer effects the not thinking about am i part of what tribe and the ideas but knowing nip right there destroyed the words the collective on that everyone takes part of Reminds me of the society. At the end of fahrenheit four fifty one that commits people to their group by obliging them to completely commit to memory the words of a book yes now imagine if it was that we literally card lords the book over their body. I think they remember the words and remember doing it too. i'll read. I can read that. Kennedy want to go. Who is it from. By the way that guy's name we'll say shuster. Aaron schuster right. Habit provides the foundation of the pressure punt pleasure principle in the primordial enjoyment of all the mini egos the ebb and flow of psychic. Life is in the first instance sustained by self enjoyment which comes before any loss of frustration and expresses all the powers that make up the organism memory concerns not the foundation but the application of the pleasure principle. How it effectively governs or steers. Various currents of the mind this takes place by a doubling of the psyche. On the basis of active syntheses. The mind is oriented towards tilly. Logically ordered world the reality principle surveyed from the viewpoint of the global ego but at the same time a deepening of the passive syntheses polls the psyche out of this reality and disturbs its order by introducing new virtual focus. The perspectives of the partial drives. The last stage of the synthesis renders this ground lawlessness member or eross explicit and thus is actually a culminating moment of anti census. This is the power of thanatos where the death instinct and the violent confusion and disorientation at entails is the reason for the greatest in the operation of the pleasure principle while equally serving as its highest condition this anti synthetic moment is also what deluge designates as future unlike the present of habit and the past of memory which synthesize all three dimensions of time from their unique vantage points. The future is not a third and final way of bringing together past present and future but rather the pure an empty form of time as such the final and most accomplished expression of time as a straight line this line however is not one of linear progression but rather a of division an interruption and dilute sites borjas idea the most treacherous labyrinth which is nothing other than single line invisible and unceasing the future is precisely that which destroys any idea of progress. Evolution continuity or rhyme of rhyme between before and after time is its purest and his purist is cut really like that it answer for me. How we get to goble persons know very much why we don't necessarily have them in the same way here in the in the primitive socialis because again. They're the way that they're operating the way that their organs are invested in everything and they don't operate in the same way Because they don't have the sort of secondary nature of the economy effectively but they have the Then the scars. I'll read the last paragraph here Cruelty has nothing to do with some ill-defined or natural violent. That might be commission to explain. The history of mankind cruelty is the movement of culture that is realized in bodies and inscribed on them. Belabouring them that is what cruelty means this crew does. Culture is not the movement of ideology on the contrary it forcibly injects production into desire and conversely it forcibly inserts desire into social production and reproduction for even death punishment and torture are desired and are instances of production compared the history of fatalism. It makes men or their organs into the parts in wheels of the social machine. The sign is a position of desire but the first signs are the territorial signs that plant their flags in bodies and if one wants to call this inscription naked flesh writing than it must be said that speech in fact presupposes writing and that it is this cruel system of inscribed signs that renders man capable of language and gives him a memory of the spoken word. So that's what. I was getting to the anus fallas thing. It sounds like they're saying. Desiring machines signs or signifies but that would be that would be like unnecessarily meaningless but maybe this is where we put in the the phrase a signifying signs. I if we're going to like the yellow slavi yom's love Style signs were we're talking about The the word or the utterance and the content the content versus the expression with an assign. I'd be very inclined to say yes. I think that's what we're talking about here Yes so so. Then that leads me to think that those are the marks that that's what's tattooing yes and i think that's the so so to say another way As i make the inscriptions literally in the body and i carve out the different shapes through scarf occasion or whatever horrifying process that people go through those since sessions and things are recorded those sensations. I am associated with in this case the written word or the scar. But these things then have meaning on my bwi. Oh i would say yes to all of that. This is generating meaning and signs. Yes i wouldn't even say necessarily floating straight Sensation partial object and here partial object being pain or the shape of the pain and all the aspects of it generating the sensation. They're generating that she going to be encoded. Her sure in the in the second syntheses let make sense. Does that makes me wonder what the sensation of the foul says. A you know as a transcendental signifier would be. I don't think the help explain again. Sorry so we're out of language as combat understand it. That's not what's working what's working here. Like intensities But they don't seem to say that the fallas doesn't exist per se but but it's produced by the anus or whatever or desiring machines and so and so then what would be the intensity of the the castrating law right. That'd be like something you know. Once again. I'm sorry masks on the masks because anytime i tried to signify i ended up fucking it up but it would be something like like embarrassment maybe cruelty. I think cruelty would be the way i mean. They're going to get a lot more deep intuitive especially when they start going into the i were the next Section is on the primitive territorial machine and it is. i mean. We're talking about cruelty the gays and all of that goes with it. So yes i would say. They're going to go deep into cruelty. Kind of not wanting to get super head. But yes i would say yes kim lot any questions comments have oj. Passage has a copca sense to it. like penal colony. The body is inscribed by an abstract machine. Yes i think actually they even make reference to colony like three or four times As we get further on in the book as well so yes i would say s cruelty here as well His of it. I think is important and Cruelty is the movement of culture that is realized in bodies and inscribed on them very crisp and clear He wrote an amazing tale of It call one sec masochism an interpretation of coldness and cruelty Wonderful sort of text on how cruelty operates in plays within things Definitely recommended i'll find a way to post it up. Just just real fast. I think like an empirical sample what they're talking about are the parts of the body. That can be hyper sensitized. That either have no nerve endings or very little and vice versa. Parts of the body that that have lots of nerve endings can be desensitized. And this happens through something like what they're talking about this inscription it's the inscription again. Is the as you exist in the a society. You have the thing you want right in front of you. This is not a capitalist. Territorial machine is not the capitalist socialis. You have all the shit you need. Basically within arm's reach from sacks to reproduction to food to shelter. Everything is literally right there and it would be very easy to just take what you need and just do it And it's in fact so easy that as they talk about here and they will get into the primitive territorial machine. These things have to be. You have to remember these rules. They can't be like the rules. We haven't caldera's like hey kinda here's how it works but maybe for some. I don't know whatever. Take what you can get. Maybe you'll get in trouble. Which is kind of our legal system It's much more of. Hey i need you to do these things because we have a society here. And i'm gonna make sure and how i'm gonna make sure you remember. It is by literally writing into your skin. And the the nature of how these flows then get collected as we'll see in the next Section the nature of how these flows work and how they get utilized changed and modified from pure desire onto being what is needed within. The group is such a deep community investment in all of these things because of the nature of these inscriptions and how they work and then also here we start The the writing here. And i think they will get into it Generally speaking we're not talking about writing as we know the word writing. It's why they say if one wants to call this inscription naked flex writing. It must be said that. Speech in fact presupposes writing and it is cruel system of inscribed signs that renders man capable of language. Were still not at the point yet where this is writing as we know it or we talk about it when we say the word writing. We're not there. That's not really what's happening Soon don't worry we'll get there but not right now sorry. I just joined yet If this point was made already but to meet really sounds like justice. The cruelty of of culture itself that is imposing norms and values on on the body that are not inherent to it in some intensive way but they exterior to it and inscribed themselves on the body and method of Pre politico pro proto political control. Or maybe a in the more. Contemporary understanding of managing these desires and flows hadn't been made and that's completely trip had said the words. He uses cruelty cruelties. The movement of culture that is realized bodies and described on them. Belaboring them. that's what quilty means. It is not some ill-defined or natural violence. Men were so cruel than the old days. It's like nuts. This is just the nature of society imposing its will. Here's how it works. And they had to impose their will in this certain way and it was effective will say definitely made people remember not to do certain things or how to sort of obey the societal norms. But note they'll get into all of this again As we come up especially at the nature of writing and written word versus speech and The signifying nature of kind of the entire experience to your point ken They will get deeply into that in the next section so With that i will ask if there's any final questions or comments on this. I was fast. Love intro because the next one i think is gonna take six years so it's a good quick one mixing comments questions anything going on as i always say thank you all for joining us highlight of my week. Even though i've now read this book every single day for every single week for over a year. I've done reading still the highlight of my fucking week every time. So thank you for joining hoax. You next week please join us as in all of our chats and all of our discussions as we sort of start ramping up shitload of other talks going on if you can interact with us and join us. We are happy to have you. We love it when love it so much. 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Jeeks Mixing it Up with DJ Cap Cee

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Jeeks Mixing it Up with DJ Cap Cee

"This rock mr magic of jig nation. And if you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain it's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record. And edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor would distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free. Ankara app or go to anchor dot. Fm to give started and now to the show dj you. Now listen to the original zeke. Podcasts go entrance talk slow speed up fresh it. What a g. My name is rocky. Mr magic and he is unique. Dna and this is the original djoeke podcast unique dna. My man. what's so was was gonna go with match chilling just chilling. We do podcast release day. So we're going to drop this one little bit behind. But that's okay because the reason that we're late is because we've got an awesome guest with us on the original g podcast so jason when she a welcome mommy. Dj cap say a year year. What's going on. It's gone on subject nation. What i what is going on magic was still needs to show a manning nothing going on but the rent. We chilling peter a. I'm out here struggling. Man it's been april is been seven months man yes a month no job and it is always what covert streets. Yep s it is man. It's crazy it's crazy but let's talk too much on that too boy. Positive keep the jeeps out there. Keep senior does help us find that works money and if you just wanted press play and share with your friends and they play and we make the money that away dass okay. Nassar's up so to start this episode. We're going to do a short tuna with our man caps. He but before we do that cap please. Share how people out there on the interwebs. Connect with you on social media. I so You can find out. I g at capcity at c. a. p. c. e. Find me on twitter. Also the same handle at campsie Facebook same thing he the slash cavs cebu on a find me on personal or which i have. No problem via. The person is perfectly fine or you could also hit me up on my page which is Facebook dot com slash events by cathy I'm also on twitch dot. tv viewer. i'm going to start that actually real soon Twitch dot tv slash. Capcity or it actually. Dj kelsey sorry about that. On twitch dot tv slash dj capsules. So i got a lot of a lot of things. We'll make sure we Put links to those places in the description. If you didn't catch all of that looking description for linked to the twitch the twitter and the facebook for cap seat. I got so your folks. I met cap see at a job that we were working together and this job had a dj booth table. Sit up on the table. And i'm like that's odd new corporate america i dig it. But that's odd and then they had this little warm up every morning and half the time my man cab c. was spinning the ones and toes. So if you need a dj for your wedding your bar mitzvah your Your of our renewal for your kids. First birthday last birthday tenth birthday hit up cavs e e be some fire. Y'all allies birthday with the last thing you know. I've got older kids okay. I don't told him birthday parties. No more last birthday allow you know. That's my oldest. See twenty four twenty five. In two months she can no birthday party. I book nothing for her birthday. I'll give you that. I'll give you that sound more but now that sounds more like third birthday album so let. Let's get to g gree topics here. Starting on the gridiron cap you tampa bay bucks fan. Yes i am confident. Are you in these seven twenty bucks. Look i'll be real. I to be really really because you know the other people who go too far as you people just like very downers about it. I've in the middle. I basically it's dope to have the you know what i'm saying on a team that's fine and we got some players and you know we definitely need a qb that was the biggest thing But are we going to make like. Are we gonna play offs probably. Are we going to make the. Are we going to make the championship game. Probably not as way teams out there. That are more suited I you know i mean. I don't know you know if the payoff is still good with all the reps then maybe months the game but i i mean you know it's crazy because to be honest with you. I mean we show we show you know. Obviously we show our weakness when we played the saints. All the time. I mean saints got our card and you know we did. You know i- giants games. I mean we that was like last minute so I mean we definitely need some work. There's only so communication But i mean it's good to at least see somebody finally at the hell. You know that that big that big spot you know throwing the ball exactly how it should be thrown and two layers of The antonio brown thing. I mean i know. Let's see how he lasts. You know there is already some drama with in with abc. There's always going to be dropping with him and you know to be real. I was even. I was kind of kind of thrown off that we actually went and got him I know that he would. He played one game. When you england but i mean that was a great game between him and brady So i kind of figured that brady was a yellow. I definitely could work with him. But the i don't know that's gonna take some time. I know there's drama already. And other was a situation before the sign them and stuff and yeah destroying. You know security cameras. Yes oh yeah i. Don't get these you you making millions barely show. They'll stop that hood shit. I should have done you. Can i curse on here. I think we all right now but the real like it's just it makes me laugh. How these dudes like you know like you. Make a million dollars chilling. You got legendary status. I mean antonio brown got that like he you know he got some. You got a good record like why are you gonna ruin that doing stupid shit. It makes no sense to me. So i mean but let's see what happens. I am. i confident. Very confident might seem doing well. Am i confident. Going all the way out. I'm gonna go fifty fifty on that and you know it'd be great to see him in the big game if not then you know what i'm saying it's just about you know as far as we go but l. at least we're going to have at least we got were were putting those parts the place you know what i mean and it's working jaimes. Winston is not your quarterback. Ain't god thank god that dude and how crazy as it was it was it the whole time he needed like he needed glasses or he needs he needs. But you don't have to play now. The breeze is hurt. And that's the thing now. James is going to have to play. We're going to see all that smack. He was talking after the saints. Beat the bucks. And he's eating another w everything. We're going to see what happens now that he's going to have to actually play now. She told the ball. Let's see what happens. Let's see what happens. Is that this so next. Move into the hardwood from the gridiron. I know i know. Mj is your so. I'm not to go the whole. Mj lebron thing. Because i talk so much about that whole thing. But i wanted one of these days. We're gonna have a roundtable Dedicated episode just to that. But i want to know what's more interesting to me. Who else is in the rest of your top ten now. We're talking about all basketball players. Just yeah top. Ten basketball players. Wow ooh i know iverson's in there. Okay bubba chuck Kobe's in there and you know here's a crazy about me and kobe. I'd never i respected his game. I just never really liked him. Personally i don't know what it was about. It was something that struck me but the game is similar over lebron. Yeah lebron meow. I don't even know. Actually i like the person like our. I don't know. I understand what you mean about. Kobe coby was very he was his game was like was like mike. Yes the way. He acted where he carried himself. And his prickly demeanor was more corinne it entrust people kept people at a shoulder length. A bit aloof and remember. He was seventeen years old when he came into the league so he he couldn't be out there doing all this grow man stuff because he wouldn't a grown man. Yeah i mean the whole thing with having though is just that you know he had that look. Yeah that look like he was like you know like i'm the shit like i don't think you know he carried him saying he can't but i mean that's fine. I mean there was an interview. I saw like that. They showed of this video where they hired him to come out to be like a guest speaker for like this huge like a van or something that was for like fortune five hundred people or whatever and they're literally like i mean. Those are like a good like that was a good hour of just being like you. All you guys are beneath me. An odd number one was just like tail but you know you gotta carry yourself. That way sometimes understandable but. I don't know that's my whole thing with kobe. I mean i'll be real with you. I'd personally when he passed away off. I personally didn't. It would affect me but it really did like i'm gonna be real like i. Actually shed tears that dude and it was kind of weird. Because like i said by the way i felt about him as an individual. I was like i don't know about that. Dude is for the game. I respected him so much and what. He did when accomplished But then seeing more and more about like you know how to start doing short documentaries and stuff about him and and then kind of like getting to know him a little better through other people's eyes it was kinda like all right but i didn't you know it's a sad story in the end. What a way to go. You know what i mean. Plus with your daughter who was kind of like basically like she was coming up to be like the heir apparent. You know what. I mean. So john play yes. So that's that's very like it's crazy story in the end where you're just like wow. I can't believe that you know and and just how how much it touched that day. They announced it at all. The games were going on. You just saw. Everybody burst into tears. It was just like you can hold it. You know what. I mean like even the hardest hard rock who you thought with the hard rock the court and like they're just lost it and couldn't handle it. You know what i mean. So i knew i know what you're saying because kobe was you for our range. You know late thirties early forties. Kobe was he was our guy. Yeah he was the guy we watch grow up go. Through the league twenty years like we watched his levels of maturation and we watch his entire career. You know most of us. I i mean i'm big eighties basketball fan but i only really remember the basketball. I watch probably from eighty seven. You know when. I was like five k i don. I don't remember. Mike eighty four in five so kobe. You know those were either. That really affected by. We're either young adults or teenagers when he came into the league May he me. he's only he was only four years older than me. So like you know i mean. I saw koby live at the mcdonald's all american game in pittsburgh and also have in pittsburgh at the time and i got to see him live in highschool. Yeah had heard stories about him because my covering She my mom's image from philly and my cousin went to one of the schools are played lower marian over time. And you tell me about how good this guy was. And how this this guy richard. Hamilton were and how these two guys were destroying her basketball team of time i. I hadn't seen anything of kobe. And i saw him in personnel. Was like okay i get it now like this dude is something else on another level understand why. He took his talents to the nba. And why he had that smug look on his face with them. Sunglasses indoors by the way High school outta why them sunglasses. Auty doors you do the cabin doors. Would this mugler your face. But i got it. I understood after a while. I was like okay how you are at good. Yeah i mean if you if you got back it up then that's it. You know what i mean. We got we got. We got kobe. Who else in your top ten. So i got. I got seven one spots the film. Obviously so you got so. Only three hundred fell. So let me see who else robbins. definitely there. the worm like the ones surprise Man i mean this is a tough question because to me. I'm just like digging. How many players have seen action. It'd be like these guys crazy You know there's a lot. There's a lot of penny penny was dope Pity will superdome penny. I'll give penny that Dan what was the who's the do. Oh god what's his name. Williams the white chocolate jay williams. Jason will and jason williams van so under like that dude was crazy man so he could play defense. Yes it's the true that have you gotta give it to a man. He was like he was fun. It is fun to watch. And i like i i basically you know when i when i list some of these dudes is people. That probably would not be anybody else's top ten but it's people that mainly like enjoy watching the game. You know what i mean. Like i sat there and i was just like were like you know i like seeing these dudes like you know. Go at it. You know what. I mean like you know for instance Who who just like. I think westbrook for a minute had me because he was going like the way he just went have like he just had this ham. Look on him. Every time he played and it was got you interested in there with him. You know what. I'm saying like yeah You know so you know. I don't even know. I can't even think like really off the top of my head. Anybody else like that really like got me. There was but you know what i'm saying lebron's lebron on my list not really like i don't know and you know we're going to go into this real quick real quick because i know you're gonna go into quite algal. Here's by saying this is my my two sides. You know what i mean. Ochre i think is this. I watched you know and it's funny because you know then you you know it's a it's like people skip over koby when i think. Kobe did a lot too. So but with between jordan and lebron comparisons is just like my whole thing is like i saw jordan play and yes. I've seen lebron play. But i think what kills me with lebron and i'll be real when she was that. Just the flopping bro like that has to stop like i'm gonna be real like come on man jordan was getting choked like they were like punching him in the face he was going up. You know what i mean. And he's still got back up and still won the game. You know what i mean. Like but i mean he was taking heads he was get cut up you know especially when he played against the pistons. Forget it you know if it was like playing a pisses was like you know like you know it's like mealworm blue on a free crypt court like you know out of blood court. I should say like. I'm ready to get beat on like so i mean that's that's kind of how those games where i grew up leg where the you know. I saw the knicks. All them like just go off. You know what. I'm saying like they were being alan. So the thing is like would lebron really liked survive in that type of era. You know what i mean. That's the question like would he. You know 'cause this dude. Like i mean i wait till the day he flips actually breaks his foot. And then just be like you know what i'm saying because it's like yo- you brought yourself do did that to you. You know what i mean. He's like ten feet away from you. Lake unique needs to be shocked by this. But i'm going to play devil's advocate all right on this parv okay. All right you say bron probably couldn't have played in that era. I don't. I mean. I understand what you're talking about. The flopping and yakutia survived it braun. His six nine to sixty. I mean yes. Everyone got hit in that era you into the whole guy. Hit the matter who you were magic corinne bird jordan. Isaiah didn't matter who you were. How much money you made you into the paint. Where the men were. You took your punishment. Yes so if the in the bronx he he's about to attack him whole sold lebron's going up there. The braun is athletic. Karl malone that's really what he is he yanked around. I'll give you that. He's carl malone. That's super hyper athletic. and physically. i say he could survive in that era. I say physically but mentally woody because my thing is mentally. It's difference because if you really think about it you look at them. Dudes that were really bringing the punishment. They weren't really like built like that. I mean you know there was like lamm beer like come on man seriously with that dude was a beast like he would give it to you like you know there was it. Was you know there was there was there was brothers messing with beer. Like you know what. I mean like you know what i mean so the whole thing is just like it. Don't matter like you could have built the built that you could have been the biggest dude you know physically fit but in the real like were you ready to go in there and have a dude like land beard. It'd be like boom like you're done. You're gonna be knocked on the florida. Matter what i don't care if you're even near me i'm gonna run up to throw it out. Same with robin was crazy in the paint is bringing down to like all of them. Were you know what i mean. And it's just like. I think the whole thing is cnn from that aspect is just. I give more respect to the fact of you know. Let's say this two men come on one team bro. Six rings that's it. You know what i mean. Any took a break to play baseball. We're actually you know even watching that you know even watching the last dance He could you imagine if he did go. If there was no ninety four strikes like imagine jordan. They were saying he could've gone pro like hardcore pro like he was actually good. I mean i think people been painting a really nostalgic picture around his baseball career. Like i watched a bunch of those birmingham barons games that were on tv. And i i respect the heck out of my as a pistons fan. You know i. I can't i don't love pistons fan all right. I'm a bad boys family georgia but he got but i watched my play baseball mike. His athleticism allowed him to do things and yes as he a granted. I was like this is going to be tough for him because the man hasn't played baseball since like middle school. Like it's hard to pick up a game after longtime by when it's been since you're in like an eighth grade like and now you're thirty one years old i that is a big gap between Playing and then trying to be a professional at that game so him improving the waking improved. Was chris incredible story. I think he'd made the major leagues. Because he's michael jordan. But if he was like tim tebow is. I don't think he makes the major leagues. Because like tim tibo he's there. He's in minor he's playing. He's good he played in high school through high school. Attending make no major league roster and michael jordan's name wasn't michael jordan. If he hadn't didn't have the celebrity he had. I don't think he makes the the majors I i give you. I'll give you the mental single. The bron i think the bron- physically. I if if the rules were the rules they are today and he took that punishment he looked at the rafi. Good is how we see be saved but in those rules in that time there is no flagrant foul. That s a hard foul. Yeah get up and go shoot your free throws His free throw percentage would probably be lower than it is already. He will be a lot more pain shooting them free throws because you mentioned the pistons they are obviously justifiably known the punishment they did to jordan even the not even the but almost every other team in the eighties played that same way. You had. You had. Kevin mchale clotheslining karamera's in the nba finals. And you had buck williams. Be on people in you. Had jerry cummings choking people in favour mcdaniel choking people like you know what it is man to even the growth of like even how these people are growing like we when we grew up you know and and playing in the courts and playing on you know playing on the plane and the cement. All the whatever you know what i mean like. We had that mentality of like you know. It's like this is our home. You ain't company and you've got to go through us. Shit you know what i mean and then now it's like you know you know. Let's tell him and he's young heads a little blue to soft. You know what i'm saying and like they're not really having that mentality of like bom. You know what i'm saying like you can't cut through a lot of that shit i think i think it's the way that people have just grown in essence night through what would decades stuff whatever and i think. Those guys grew up in a very hard tough era. You know what i'm saying and now it's like these guys are more pampered. You know what i'm saying when it comes to so correct because the money. Yeah the money's there. Yeah exactly. I mean shit to find out who had like. Pippen was not even making that much and getting six rings like crazy like even studies have fuck it. You know what i mean. I mean now he's just telling but just to be like. Wow you know what i mean like. He's still stuck it out no matter what you know any of these other dudes not your me my shit fuck that. I'm out here like so. It's like you know that's the whole fatal. That's that's where you got to see the differential of mentality like team or go for self. You know what i mean. And that's kind of where it is. And i think that's where i lose. It will lebron to. It's like she couldn't get a ring with the caz i understand. Where and put people around you. But you know jordan. When he was there he didn't really have people around him either. He just had a good as john had a good. I you know who you know. I'm saying but he brought in people that still wearing like names. It was just people. And you know i mean. Now you've got you working with like you know you're bringing in all these number one draft picks to you and shit. You're the leader. You're the head. Do you suppose the is due to get it that mentality. And that's why i respect jordan and also because jordan made them be like yo you come into the war with me. So am i going to you know. Am i going to be hundred percent with you by my side too you know. Let's get into this battle. You know what i'm saying. He molded his team to be in that mode and they all you know as much as they say that he was an asshole he was addict for it. These laws but at the other got six rings on my mother fucking hand like you to say david. I'll saying i think that I think lebron. I think he could have survived. I think he plays up to. He knows the would the rest of looking at now. And i think he plays up to the because just like you said his size. That's why he flops. The way he does because he's like everybody knows come on. There's no way you got hit that hard right but it's like i can play upset arrests. Get those easy. Fouls let me just flopping i was i was a defender ryan play ball. I- flopped any any elite defender flops. Especially when taking charge of a young person reading books from players reading books about my pistons on actually do one excerpt from a book. I read about how rick mahorn sold this slap that he got on the hip in a game against boston. I think i think it was a robert parish. Like hit him in the hip and it wasn't that hard of a hit but mahorn sold it because he's massive. He's six ten. You know to fifty something like that and for mahorn. Did i go dancing. By whatever he he had to get a heck of a slap from parish so rest blew the whistle and he sold it. The problem is the broncos selling hit sites that like mahorn 'was but there's nobody is believable enough to hit him that hard if he played in the eighties. I couldn't believe that mikhail or perisher mahorn jack sick more buck williams are duckworth or michael cager oakley or any of these bruisers that we saw Carl malone moses malone guy kevin kevin willis guys would check shoulders guys were really big intimidating muscular. Guys no one believes that charite allen a whole one hundred and fifty five pounds of him at seven feet in beanpole is hitting the brahma heart. No one believes kevin durant is hitting anybody that hard i don't there aren't there. There are enforcers in the game anymore. That it's gonna. I'm gonna believes that this do just took you out in hurt you so he is looking. You're right. he's definitely looking at what the reps are are calling in how they're calling it and playing that but for me watching it as a fan. I'm like there's no one there that i believe can hit you hard enough to phase you especially when you're on the next play you're running through every body you'll through the lane again and he's saying people are hitting you you know and it's like yeah like like they're not even they're now get you get you on that. I mean you know teaches own. I mean with you know you're gonna if you're going to manipulate the game the way you wanted to to benefit you yet definitely. You know what i'm saying. You gotta give it to do. But i think that's kind of where i'm at. I think i'm about the hard rock. Eighties nineties flow. You know what i'm saying. They had a different passion. They played the game differently and the money was different. Now that was a whole big thing is let's let let's transition low bit I wanna go right to some geek star. But i'm gonna slip it up a little bit because you mentioned white chocolate and i don't know if either you remember but nike had a campaign where they took rapper's delight and they had one commercial with keiji one commercial with tim. Duncan and one commercial was chasing williams and they mixture highlights with rapper's delight and they had a animated version of each of them rapping About their game and that was super doty. Either you remember that dan. I do not remember that. Remember that email at all. I remember jada kids for a i. That was played billion times. Because like when you said why chocolate and you being dj. Like i could see you watching him play in just putting music to how fun and how live was watching. Jay will rock. It was. It was times that to me was like showmanship like you know he got you know just like everybody watch the videos. You know what. I mean like just those just seeing the flare just seeing how they put into it. Obviously lots of lots of practice into that. You know what i mean. But he was the math. That i mean just you know give prosser processed do lay. Jay williams definitely should definitely begin the flowers for that. You know what. I mean so word i know definitely put him up this. So i'm gonna find that. And i'm going to have you both watch. It added on my page. I'll i'll be like how i wanted to see reactions from both because that was a dope ad campaign i i was. I even recorded i will be. I would have a blank. Vhs in my in my player just in case when came on on newly game. when i'm hin record of one commercials come almost people in pause no. I'm in recourse trying to catch that fire. Stray five let's move onto some suddenly The geek stuff of the world. More for dc all right. Wow when i saw this i was like okay because it i so i first and foremost my collection just says it all when you see collections mostly marvel so I'm a huge. You know. I grew up on x. Men huge wolverine fan You know that's that's kind of like that was my main thing it was you know x. Men from you know lahey. You're crazy one here crazy story four blocks from my house chris. Claremont live there chris. Claremont was the writer for the expert. So so in halloween during halloween You know this is one of the new york so during halloween we used to. You know go into buildings and knock on doors in treat and that's how we were. We were kids and You know when times are good you know not like oh. Crap is now but We used to go into his building. And every time we knocked. We knew we were ready because we not done his door and he opened that door. Reno's chicken treat. He gives us. He gives us experts comics. I hope that's yeah. That's chris claremont. At that it's crazy. My my neighborhood. I lived in would help. It's basically like the last stop on the train right above washington heights. And what do you call it. And there was an area called part terrorist so parts. Terrorists was kind of like the you know it was kind of more like the up of upper class middle class. You know compared to where we were and so there were condos there and everything so you had people like chris. Claremont lived there. Jim hansen lived there. Yeah so it was pretty lewd life. Man yeah yeah i know jim has saliva fifty four for the fifth grade and teachers. Jim henson lives right there. Like what like. I was crazy so but yeah it was pretty dope to to to get chris. Oh chris claremont. Like i grew up on his on his stuff with the x men and everything. Huge punisher fan So you know me man. I mean i. These things started happening with a marble. Mcu universe movies. And you know all the netflix shows. I was as a kid in a candy store. Bro i was like happy as l. But here's my thing with. Dc though dc made me think more learn more like the the the writings for especially for batman. Our huge batman fan Would come to dc so batman all the graphic novels. I mean we're i mean the writing was like dude. It was like next two novels. You know what i'm saying. It was like no. I was just like kinda like you know. Especially like offer for instance. The killing joke which to me is like the hands down. Best graphic novel ever read for batman. And the joker and at alan moore wrote that and and i mean alan moore is just a genius when it comes to writing so if you really think about it like an and the drawings to like oh i got who who did the drawings in was it outweigh any more. I think it was the artist. Actually my that who hold on. I'm gonna have to. I'm going to google ray now because i'm not gonna. I am all messed up. More wrote to killing joke. I have the killing joke. It's all my who o'brien in ryan ball and was the artist. That's right so yes right me hands down one of the best top. Ten artists ever If you 'cause if you really look at the realism of his artistry is ridiculous. And but yeah alan more yet tans down probably one of the best i mean if i never thought the joker was a sinister motherfucker that was the frequent graphic novel. That may be like. That dude is fucked up. Allen more i mean. Our moral watchmen alum our more s. Yeah l. moore's out there. Yeah so and it was hoped that. I'm glad that you know. They adapted those movies. I als- even happy. When they did send city with frank miller. You know what i'm saying. I don't think that was dc. Though i did on something else. I think what was what was what was it. City on there was a dc domino's fox. It was dark horse comics. Oh you told my feeling coming in product wise i think it was darker darkwa extolling. I will yeah for real mammon. Killing joke is crazy. And then there was another one a series that had got called the cult Mangum caught which was an amazing crazy. Like was a six gr. Six series graphic novel create. I got all those two first prints mid condition and these and i mean i got bama killing joke i prim- condition The yeah like trust me. That was that's kind of what it was that it was for me. It was like an. And that's why i respect the movies too because marvel to me was always funny like it was more lighthearted more light hearted funny campy like but it worked for that. You know what i'm saying. So i love the way whether direction with the avengers and everything and all that stuff. I hated the who. He's trust hated expert movies. Oh i do too. But we're definitely not going down the rabbit hole but fan of would fox did to my x. men do you know and it sucks to. Because i mean i'll be honest with you. There will be no other better wolverine to be ruined you like that was the best agri ever hands. Down of that dude was he killed. He killed it but the thing is to me what kills me is just that it was just terrible movies the behind it and it just took deadpool basically be like oh shit like we should have gone that route the whole time like. Yeah you should like x. Men a real like nitty gritty dark dudes. You know what i'm saying you can't you can't be too bullshit with them. You know what i'm saying like and especially the fact because you insert are stanley. Set it up for that. You insert basically. It's all about race. Prejudice and racism. You know what i'm saying. That's what it was based on. So you gotta take it there. You gotta go over the edge on that you know especially i imagine expert movies now it this time of what's going on i just x. Men i mean even the animated series was yeah a great tone and and made the point that they were that expert made in the book but then these movies came along. And i was like i i tell you. I walked out of the whole story. But i walked out. I want to see. I was on a date and i left here now. Are we leaving because this rash of freaking teenager. I was pissed the worst person to cast for rogue serious akron. Yeah i like. I on a pack. When to she was she's not rogue other girls that could do. I mean shit. Come on come on. I mean for for for everyone every cast member. I was like patrick. Stewart professor x. Of course it's natural yeah Might hey this australian guy. He looks like be wolverine. He's tall but he looks like he can be wolverine outta parking really even halle berry berry berry is not the only black woman in hollywood understandable. Good i mean at the same time. She did a little bit of justice to her. But come on man and the packard for rogue rogue is a frequent. Meet as bitch like. You can't just put this like soft little teenage girls. I rode like an an apocalypse. I don't know what that was but it was not a southern accent was on mississippi accent and it was horrid. That was probably the worst casting job. Ever done it in comic book history. So i can't say this can't watch the captain america. Tv movie and i've seen dolphin under gives punisher. I can't that. Oh god awful london as you can't get can't even believe i've totally forgot. That's how bad we was totally forgot about it. Somebody's house like that's right. Dolph ledger was i watched. I watched that entire movie and was like i was so confused. I'm like but this. Hey punisher had all. I'll be rotated while drago doing this. Like what is going on. I have no problem. What's abm punisher Thomas jane yes. I know brian with him. Being punisher at all. I and drain mattamy jane fan. Did you ever see the small little clip they did. I was like the laundromat clip. Did you ever see that matt could not don't think so. Okay you to train as as a punisher as punisher. After the movie was done in like a year or two later thomas. Jane did seniors. No no no actual like he just did an eight minute clip of him as punisher and it was he was doing laundry and it. Would you trust me youtube it. You'll find you'll be like yo. What is this is not even part of the movie was just like some like random like this refund. Yeah it was dope as hell and then people thought that he will i. I don't know. I think it was his answer to him. Being recast it for that dude that they use for the war report. Yeah because i do terrible. Yes so i think it was like his answer of like. I'm still your punisher. I should be. You know what i mean like you. You should look it up. It's pretty though. But then i'm doing look it up. But i have no issue either with the net flicks of the dude from walking john birth. All that i i was in shore about john bernard shaw but then watch it. And i'm like okay deli. I was wrong. This is great anything. Forget what i said about punisher excite. I gladly took the l. on that. Because i didn't know he i was great in walking dead and and i we've seen him with guns souls like okay. I'm sure the action scenes going to be good. But i didn't think burt is always going to be able to invoke the proper emotion Daddy frank in his family and he went way form beyond what. I don't think anybody expected like he killed it. He embodied frank castle. He embodies and i think it was dubbed that the keeping him on to continue that like would be foolish not to and i think they need to chill with that like bring them dudes are like i'm glad they're keeping what's his name as daredevil If you drop charlie cox's daredevil if you don't bring back my culture as cage and you don't bring back burner thaw and if you drop the ball on vincent therefore neo as kingpin failed yourselves as executives and creators because those four are just simply fantastic in the role especially to for neo because pants down. Probably one of the best like this thing ever people ever. He is amazing. Play anything ever the cell. I will remind him in full metal. Jackie jackie In a law and order what was it yes. Content was crazy and that show like i love that minimal. Him in men in black like defazio can do anything remember. He was the original. I forgotten using many black. He was imminent black. He will store in he. He was a month above muscle tore in adventures in babysitting yet. Maybe you can play anything. Yeah i do. I do yoga. Kingpin hands down come off way better than vagrant aims or call you tomorrow. Michael clarke duncan. Yeah oh yeah would have been better than michael clark i. Michael clark duncan being rains had a kingpin vibe in pulp fiction unilateral. He had the smoothness in control. You know you're going to have a brother play. Kingpin should have been drained rains. Having well we all know why they might click because he was massive but he was. He was muscle massive not fat massive and keep his fat massive. Anyway i digress. We're gonna move on to some star wars because we can really really go deep down the marvel dc rabbit hole character. Let me clarify in the end. Arbil marvel will always be known as like the action packed. Fun at but at a dvd ceelo's known as the dark and rudy but still like very intelligent Kind of storytelling. But has down between both of them i will. I will have to always say marble above the cbo. So i'll say that. I'm winning marvel over and i i agree. I love dc. Better animated of the has the animated stuff. Yes they kill. The animated stuff dc dc animated stuff by far beyond better marvel show the tv shows. Dc's better like marvel never had these never had the move that had never had the the tv shows on lock really that good. That's a good point though. Because even like their new shows the new dc show learn not bad cw. W things i let's move move move on. Who favorite character in star wars. Shit crazy man. You've know what the tough one well hands down like. Because i got. I had the sneakers was bob fat. But you bought the adidas bo befriends though i had a nike. Bub affects even. Oh with the new episode. I saw the bills held me. Windows came on. yeah. I had the. I won't once it's still solar for six but you know what i'd tell you. It's funny that this came. Because i just talked to somebody else about star wars recently and the thing about bubba fat is just the the mysterious aura of who this dude is. They're basically making the storyline as we go now. This is true because he you honestly what you like about bubba effect with just his his his whole like it was his appearance. You like did i do look dope like his held. It was dope. His armor was doped rocket on the back. I mean he was way the has you will let yo but he had no story he was no. He was mysterious. Yeah you had no idea of him. Even say a word. He just shot at people. You know whatever that's all he did all of a sudden you're there'd be like a whole freaking a biggest mandalorian probably dope. Should've i'll see right now but oh yeah but like it's so dope that now. They're building in crafting this bubble fat series and be like. Yeah they should expand on that. Do because you know shit he. He's probably the most popular star wars character. That didn't even have like a background story to him. Do you know what i mean. It was just because. I think it was a backer that i can books two or three or some shit like that but but it was even like. That didn't even say anything. You know what i mean. It was kinda like it was kinda dope to be like. Yeah let's bring this due to light. Because i think the whole mandalorian. That whole thing is like definitely should be explored besides him though. I love my man. Lando man does glass. Who i'm talking about five landau. Was that dude. Man i mean landau was you know he did. Do i mean yeah. He sold them out that he got him back then he still came through so i gotta give it to land orlando's that dude so that was so that's the right answer. Landau cow risen are right. So let's go on to what you're primarily known for music yes I know you've talked about how you know you were on. Trl and stuff like that before by of never heard from you how you started where your will your love affair with. Music actually kicked off. You know an adult question. 'cause i never get asked that much about like where where my love for. It was My passion for music honestly came from my parents. And i'll tell you. I'll tell you why because my ira. So when i lived in new york we lived on the first floor and we saw my parents every during the summer. Especially every weekend we had get togethers and we've lived up the windows and we played music literally they would put you put these old school like salsa records and stuff like that right on the turntables and the whole neighborhood here. It and be chilling outside and inside my apartment. Nansen drinking have good top and to me that was. That's what inspired me to get into music so much. Because i just saw how much joy it brought to people with music was playing and everybody was just vibing off of it So that's me was huge. And so my father mother you know putting these little get togethers and low you know their family friends coming over and then my brother would be hanging out with his friends and you know outside you know on on the block and that's why we look the windows open to the go out and stuff and whatever nobody minded. Nobody might have. My building was cool with it. My neighbors are cool with it. They would come over and drink and hang out so is just like a free for all on my neighborhood when my parents would do that and that to me was like a big huge inspiration for me when it came into music and then he obviously you know it evolved into you know and i'm gonna keep it one hundred right now. I really was not that much of a fan of hip hop right in the beginning. I actually loved more eighties. Pop new wave style and listen to a lot of disco as the now that was basically based from my parents and not my older brother. But excuse me my older brother george. So the he was the one who got into all that stuff but then it was my brother's savior. Who was actually the one who was the more hip hop and he started bringing tapes around He still actually started breaking vinyl around. I so first of all he started bringing a lot of like old school freestyle vinyl and then that is when he started bringing jungle brothers and he started bringing in like all that then all of a sudden the tape started showing up. And the tapes. Big daddy kane rackham so my brother had this thing which then it. It's gone through meena. Brother always had this thing where he'd walk around the house and he would say like these one liners like he would always drop like a one liner for the day and it was like a rock him quote or something like you know like he'd always walk around the house to be like thinking of a master plan and abby saying like follow of this just out would just say that that'd be they're like so and then i was like where did he get disrobe. Always say some shit like that and then one day. He brought rock him. He brought up painful. You bought that album. It and he was playing in his stuff. That i heard it and i heard paid in full the actual song with him starting off as a data. You get that line so then. That's what it treat me. And i sat. There are listening to the tapes. And that's what. I was like. Okay and i started loving it and then You know came came along to me. Big daddy kane will always be way better than hip. I'm gonna say that right now. So y yes daddy kane. Be old bold statement very true. I'll i'll i'll break that down for you. But the thing is that cain to me was more energetic had more charisma and his as music was more were lively so i i was all about that. That's why kanaan means always number one competitor rocket so the you know so that was like that was. That's that's what made me get into more of the like the emceeing part and then it. But i still kind of like hesitant on it like you know. Whatever and the daylight at tribe. Kim lot which opened my eyes completely lake when i started hearing that. That's what it was like. Yo what is this lake. It was just like new found like who like it was. You know you couldn't. You couldn't believe what you were hearing. What was dope about daylight to when you first heard their album. You heard you know where we were hearing. You know when i was hearing through my brother because they sampled hall notes that they sampled light. You know a lot of these different groups that my brother useless so i got used to that. I kind of related. That tribe came out. It was just like oh my god. What is this. So that's eventually how i got into hip-hop more than anything from there on out like hip hop just became my main thing so but and that's that's how it evolved so that's awesome. Yeah and you know. And then from there on la. You know having the experiences that i've had in my life and everybody that i've met and all that stuff yet i mean it's it's kind of it kind of wild how everything came to me full circle with all of this hip hop shit like it's pretty wild like i've had. I've had a big hip hop ride. So i mean i've done it. I mean that's the whole day people you know i'm gonna say this and and if anybody that's listening to whatever you know when you get to that point where you've reached these leg very heights of like where your career could go whatever you know you could always go further further up but there's ties you gotta realize like you know what i'm good and i'm gonna be good where i'm at right now. Like an. I have no regrets. You know what i'm saying lying. And i think that's the biggest thing and the reason why they came to me just now is because you know everybody knows. Obviously you see the videos. You see you know everything that i've done in my past and everything and some people be like damn cap like you should have you know he should be like making millions of shit. But i'm like yeah on the real. I'm actually all right. Like you know. Because i did see the bad side of the industry. I saw the goods the bads. I saw how people got fought. I all like your understand. Like i've seen it all. You know what. I mean as some people. Yeah you want to live that light gerrad ahead. I'm not i'm cool. You know what i mean like. I'm good like some you know. This girl made a comment me. Because you know i. I've a regular nine to five. You know what i'm saying. I have a regular job and to her kind of meat. You know she kind set like a kind of a remark where she was trying to put me down. But i kind of i knew issue was coming from. It was just like oh man used to walk the parties like all these huge parties. And now you're like you're here dino downgraded but it would to me. I was like i'll girl because if you knew who i really was like. I'm still dj. You know what i mean. I still rock and parties. And i'm still you know this is just you know right now. It'd be real what you thanks thank you. I'm glad i do have a nine to five. You know what. I'm saying. Actually in these parties iraq in right now no parties right exactly so the whole thing is just like i'm good and i'm not sweating all that you know what i mean because my resume so dope like i'm good like i could go back and look at everything i've done is be like i'm cool with that. You know what i mean. I'm in another lane now. So i just don't really you know what i went through and what i've done what i've accomplished and everything that's great. Love it but you know what. I'm a family man now. A beautiful daughter of a great wife. Just chilling you know what i mean. I got my house music surrounding me. You know what i mean. I got people like you know people like you. That got things going on that. I like to be you know. Be down with and spread this knowledge and love and stuff and everything and that no qualms with that at all man. It's just straight up just being like a big thing that i've been hearing a lot lately from a lot of people and it's something that i always made sure of myself to be 'cause i am that is there is a damn you know all the shit you've always done and you've always been humble no matter what you know what i mean. And that's a big thing like. I'm glad that people see that. Because i never came off to be. You know. i'm this fucking dude. You kissed the just my shit. I'm not that. Do you know what. I mean i've been. I've been for years that i've been doing this. I've been putting on people more than anything you don't and is just like 'cause to me i'd rather see everybody else exceed around me to you. Know what i mean. I mean it's just the more success that everybody you know at the meeting. I want everybody else to eat. You know what. I mean so as kinda where it's at so now than we we vibe with that because you know we you know we try to put our our friends on and it's why have guests on this show. Even though we're not like you know huge but you know we get bigger and we help some put someone else on was sobbing down. We've got we've had friends you know and other podcasts have had You know us as individuals on as guests to help put us on and you know there. There's they're space enough room enough to for everyone to eat your best. That's what sub then. Yup that's right. that's that's the way it should be. You should be i. I grew up. I grew up in a narrow where it was kind of like you did. You did a lot of this stuff. You couldn't believe like the hatred that i got free. You know what i mean and it's just like in the end though it's funny. How now people. They the hate on me. Now come up to me and like in a way like apologizing to me and enslaved. I kind of look like you know y you know what's the deal yoga's i just didn't know you know what i thought was corny of you then now. My shit dude was doing that because look at now i mean honestly many of you really think about it. I was thinking about this and some of my friends said this similar. Like you know every single place that you d. I did every location in the valley every location. And i'm the one open every door for two. Dj they're like. I'm the one who went to a bar. That said i would never have deejays. And now. They have deejays every friday and saturday. I had i have restaurants whereas dj that where they said they would never have a dj and now they both deejays like. I'm the one who broke all down all the doors and now you guys are living off that right. You know what. I mean have asked for anything in return. No not really. You know what. I'm say i don't you don't because i'm still doing my shit. You know what i mean and it's good that you're living off that you know what i mean but it's kind of a little bit a little bit gratifying. Whatever but it's it's cool to see the people. Now come up and be like. Oh now i understand why you're in that lane and our understand why you know what i mean. It's like 'cause you know you don't want to explain yourself when you do shit like this. It's like you do it because you do it for the love which also doing it. Because it's like yeah. I'm trying to set up shift for the future. You know what i mean like. You really eat if you ask my crew crucial audio dynamics all right it's a whole bunch of deejays it's like i think it's like eight eight of us all together that i sat them down a raid. I don't say this is a true story. I sat them down. And i said to them in five years. All of you guys are gonna have names and all of you guys are gonna have gigs. And we're all going to be chilling off this shit. Follow me follow my plan and watch what's going to happen you put them. Yeah and that's exactly they said. Okay i said all right. Let's enjoy the ride and will admit exactly that happened in five years. I had them at every one of my deejays that was in my crew had a gig at the hottest spots in the valley at that time and they were all making money off of it. And everybody's getting booked and it was just if you if you like. You should've seen how many dvd's or knocking on my door. Just to be out. But i said nah man. I got my crew. I selected these dudes for reasons. And that's how it basically came off and that's what audio dynamics did to this day. People still say audio that access probably ellas crew. You know what i mean. We're still crew. We don't put it out there like that. You know what i mean. We still fan no matter what but the thing is just like that was. That's what we did. I always do that. Always make sure that anything. I set my mind to. It's like this is not just gonna be for now this for the next five years right that we go from the next you know. Let's see what the next chapter is going to be. So and that's kind of what it's all about. So that's awesome all right. Well that's doesn't screw. We make this music in sports a little bit here. Yeah so era super teams and you know big time starting five so give me a super team if you had to be the coach of the dj. You're the one who's gonna rock the super-party give me five artists that you create a super team a musical super team with allow. That's like a crazy question. Man i try to come up with the good ones. That's why we're gonna get this angle from like we're gonna attack this from. I gotta have princeton. Michael jackson in there immediately. Okay it'd be hard lead them out like yeah. I will be trying to figure out how you how you justify even amount. There's be that would be no prints of michael. You definitely gotta there no matter what they they had like. They're just east. I mean you can't even. They're just they're just they're just printed michael period You know Full shit prince michael. I definitely throwing jay in their chairs. E okay kane big dedicate. We need a producer the producer for all these dudes Is is it dre no is it tended riley vs and ain't nobody having teddy make nothing. Yeah it was all about his boy. Do that was dancing like cash. They made the parody of that shit. I lost it larry's they were like they focused on what everybody was. That doodads That's funny that's funny Wow you know. Production is so wild. And it's you know five man you really limiting me so definitely a super team. That's why you see people talk about drey. Like i honestly i liked dray but i'm going to say that i would've dickey's like freaking honestly. I'll be an fool. I'm going to start controversies. That's okay shoots it over dre any day. Wow really ohio okay. Oh yeah. And i'll tell you why there's a crazy story about this. So krisel q tip. It wasn't accused him. Obviously trucco quest so catalog Jahmai deep freaking survey. What do you call it. Survival of the fittest one. That album dude like cute a remastered that whole album. Two biggest sound the way it sounded so like having literally had album done and he was like. I need something and he goes. I need to get in touch. Cute and cuta. He brought acute accuser. Said i got to worry about it and he. He reworked that album to make it sound. would it became the classic so now it's like new york shit. You know what i mean. Let's like But the thing with cubes it was. You gotta understand is that at adr dribbles dre s. Drey has said this too. Cue tip q tip used to listen drive around and listen to What do you call it of straight outta compton. All this is funny because you and everything queues about of all people but he would listen to straight out of confidence stuff and him him and ali shaheem used to listen to all the time and then it would be like. Oh you know what man we gotta make something that boss for gps should have bought blah at. Is that a third so they may low in theory. Okay all right that low in theory when came out and obviously low in theory to me hands down probably top five album ever What do you call it. And then crowded came out all right. So what's crazy. X-ray bumped the Drape accused trump dinner. Dray andrey was like yeoman. Like the reason why i made chronic was because you guys made low end. Oh snap yeah and cute was like what like word. So it's it's kinda dope that they both but to be real with you. Q tip is like that dude. That is so mystic like nobody. Don't even on the house if you look at every track quest album. It doesn't say produced by q tip it says produced by a track called quest true because he never never wanted to be like on the high in most in most people who aren't serious hip hop heads. They they don't even know that q tip produces at all. Yeah cute so much is like this is a revelation to them. Yeah q tip is like a straight up like you don't even understand like there's people that you know like i'll be real. What you for for q tip that. It's like you got to think about like the person who birth the the rebirth of your hip hop in the nineties. You gotta give it to large professor cause large professor was the master the s b twelve hundred. And he's making the beats the way they sounded and then he showed cute said he showed premier. He showed book buchwald. He showed all do hands down real work. There beats. He showed them all he showed. Pete rock what to do so large pro is very very very very underrated when it comes to show that's that's an but let me go back producer wise when it comes all the shit. Maybe i'll give it to us. It just made the cast of that. Argument is as right. You really just made the case i got. I don't. I can't see why you wouldn't put you on. Their kids is a and not only. Can you produce. But obviously he can you know lyrically. Yes yes qb is a very one probably the most. You'll these these. These are the type arguments. I have with my peoples like we down with this. They you know. I call my boy like two in the morning like yo. He's like i know you a call. It's we talked for like three hours. Shit it's like know but this is this is how we get down at like hip hop is so insane and i love how now every you know all these shows that are coming out like drink champs. And all these people on of the fact that all these rappers are jumping on their at his the rappers that i grew up on their lay. Just saying exactly like these crazy stories and everything because you really think about that shit you like you know you know. It's like man like what made you write that song. Or why were you in that. What happened to you at that moment. Like why are we this like what happened. He you know what i mean like you. I think it's really like you gotta give it up to during you know what i'm saying that a for giving the flowers now you know what i mean. 'cause they do ever thought nori would be a host of the show audio obeys and is like that. Dude's not very articulate. No he's nine. Meter were hilarious. Did you see the busta rhymes on the hill. He was he'll he was dr office. Ask like question and it's amazing. How it works because like i i don't i'm like why am i watching this. This is noreen with guests. But he's getting them to talk and he's asking like coaching questions. And i don't care through written for my this works. I'm shocked but it works. Because you know what i think though the doping about that show is that they're in there like right in their setting and it's like. There's no holds barred. You can siri comfortable. you're you know. Here's ten bottles of sarokin. Funny bottles of ace of spades drink. What the fuck you want. We're gonna talk some shit like get said. Basically it's like there's a blunt being passed around the whole time like you can't go wrong with that whole scheme like that's crazy but y'all tomorrow is going to be nuts so tomorrow. He got tragedy qaddafi on their as intelligent hoodlum. Yeah and they're about to like this might be the first one you. You're going to see where they might go for blows because of tragedy an oriole like in a way hate each other friends. Yeah this is. This is the one where they are going to squash there. They got conway on their to the machine co. biggest brazil. The man if anybody don't result you better go check out griselda but but yeah like conway's on tragedy and yet like the the state they've been using a hype it up it's like is basically like tragedy saint some shit and he's like yeah whatever. Some bullshit next zeke tragedy. Good offices like your what like getting ready to throw hands like whoa the house going on. There's a crazy. So i can't wait. I can't wait for drink. Champs tomorrow is going to be nuts going nuts. i can't. I can't miss that one. Yeah it's gonna be crazy but our that is going to conclude our interview portion will army and dj cab c. And as we transition we are going to move to are. What are you playing watching or creating so jeeze. If you haven't joined us on social media we have a fun and growing facebook group. That has waiting for you to join in and two other are already in our group. We want to give you a shadow. 'cause we appreciate every single one of you in all of the content in conversations that you spur on in the group. We have a blast and remember if facebook is not your jam. We do have a discourse server that is growing as well. check us out jig nation on facebook. click yes on the community. Make sure you just agree to our simple rules. And you're good so cap whizzes the section we talk about but either me or you need to game game-wise board game video game. What shows or movies watching or what we're creating because we are creative. Yeah he's a. He's a photographer viagra for I might i'll be making these these These little podcasts and video clips in gaming content and stuff so you know we like to keep up with what we've got going on. I so i hear that you're creating upon can't yourself yes. I have to tell us what you what ukraine their homey. So i mean you know obviously during this whole kobe thing. When it's it's funny 'cause you know. I think i'd be talked about this when Break before cove it and then it's kind of weird. I bought the road caster. Yes and i was like because i was looking into this whole podcasting then covid head shit. But i still didn't do anything with it. 'cause i had so much an excellent i started working and i started getting crazy busy and had to be here with my daughter and making sure she's going to school virtually all his base shit so But now it's like. I'm kind of manipulating my schedule. To work around what. I need to do so now it is. Now it's coming into fruition. And you know i put out this thing about a feeler about i need a co host and at seems to me a million people wanna coho swimming so i kind of said well you know what i think what i'm gonna do that. And just just bring people on as guests co host every show And i think my whole thing is i'm gonna well. I'm already thinking about is going to be. I think every tuesday night at ten o'clock hopefully not invading anybody's time that timeframe. But it'll be tuesdays at ten your wednesday on outdoor using. But it's going to be tuesdays at ten o'clock and I did this thing called live and direct during covid One of my friends but she can't do it. No more and i don't want to go with the whole live with direct thing either Kinda keep it something with me. So i think i come up with this funny title of late night. Chat with cap You know our late night cabbie. People say i'm going to have late night cap. Yeah nightcap so like a nightcap so kinda was like oh maybe i should do something like that so i think that's where it's gonna come out with the late night chat with cap And my vision. Right now is yes. It'll be hip hop culture based You know we're gonna talk about new music and stuff like that it's out we're going to talk about Obviously i think that's happening within the hip hop community or anything And whoever my co host is for that day they will be set homework to do. Basically because you can have basically gonna listen to an album that we're going to review we're going to do we're going to give you know. I wanna make sure that everybody is on their toes. You know what. I mean So that's kind of that. When you i'll tell you when you do that you'll discover how many people actually do not want to be co host. That's the big thing like when you're going to be a co host. You gotta be like me. Duchess actually worked pretty well The whole issue was that she had other things going on a personally and it just dinner. That was kind of what killed it. but i mean that's the whole thing but then i was even thinking about it too. I'm like can. I find someone who's going to be really dedicated. Every tuesday from tentative ten o'clock and that's kind of where it was like. I don't know if that's going to really work. And so i think the whole seeing how many people you know tapped me for being a co host. I said you know. I think it would be kind of dope just to mix it around. You know what i mean like. I'll be. I'll be the center. But like i'll have different players now to be like all right we'll do this this or whatever The main thing though also i will have interviews on their I am talking. I you know throughout the years of me being in the hip hop game. I've made a lot of good relations a lot of people so we are in the talks of bringing on like a lot of artists You know some that. I will mention know. It'll be like Know sadat x ray nubian if it wes n You know so there is talk. There is a lot of artists that could definitely bring on and do interviews with me. I'll be really did. I interviewed khallid before. Like he blew blew up funniest interview. I ever did in my life. You want to hear the story here. We go ahead of you. Kelly gates on some is going on. How's everything going uelmen. Everything's fine cap. You know what i'm saying. I'm an eight. The biggest man alive aka the best. Dj your mom's like aka but that's all he did throughout the whole interview bro. I don't doubt it because of how he talks. Now it's hilarious. That was the whole the whole thing so callard. You know who you got on this. You know who. Who's on his album with you yeoman. Not everybody on the same fat joe aka the bronx baba educate aka aka kalmyk. Omagh guy i it was the wildest like i. Obviously i remember to this day. I interviewed him. Probably like fifteen fifteen years ago but in like this was like the interview. That was so funny i just sat there like. Are you serious. Did we exchanged numbers. Actually he was just like y'all you ever miami man give me a holler at whatever. He gave me his number. But i lost it. Awhile goes are probably doesn't have that number anymore. I would miss a couple of times already de who is not using go. You tell me is this. Tj calendar hilarious. Good luck to you on your podcast to hear it Especially because i know the wealth of of knowledge in music and hip hop in the passion. You have four. So i know you're going to have some really don't content out there Unique dna been playing. Oh plane anything we actually them. Kids been having you running ragged. This happened to own a little bit. I guess but Also been kinda busy. I had a couple jobs last week. Photography job so right all time. Hardening asking Portrait's corporate has Yeah stuff like that. We gotta change math. Because i need some soon. Oh yeah definitely. I'm one of one of our homeys is going to have him come out to the valley actually in the cunty airy anyway needs some shots stunts. So that's my that's my backyard. I can set it up. He comes out this way. I'm gonna make them do a live in person show i. The three for one day have stretched too thin that that is the life of a creative. That's when you're not busy you ain't doing shit seriously. So you definitely gotta you gotta keep busy. Gotta keep doing us out there like. That's that's the one thing. I think that kobe really brought the whole thing to to a head and i think it really expected either showed or exposed a lot of people in what yet to do and i think a lot of people took on a lot of things that we never though we get into. You know what i mean. Come on linda's was like dj slash podcast slash now learning broadcasting and listening lighting and learning video. And like come on like. It's it's crazy to know that we had to learn all this stuff to make sure that we get our points across. You know what i mean. Overdo it so. It's pretty wild like i make like. I make little commercial videos now. You know what. I'm saying like whoever thought into that. Shit i always made flyers now making like you know one minute commercials doing ads from bees. Yeah i could do on frequent post on my my instagram and my facebook and everything you know what i mean to promote. It's it's it's wild man. How he been you know pushed to learn all this stuff and you know and obviously some of us could make careers out of it. Like i have people that johnson who did that for anybody like i did. And i'll hundred bucks. You got one you know. Hey why not so. It's pretty crazy how we all got pushed to. That is the full creative lido for a lot of creative minds. Yeah i mean we definitely got. We were given a good three or four months to definitely flex are creative skills on shit. So and i'm glad that a lot of people took that a lot of people took advantage of that so then i did see thrive to and stuff. So it's interesting to see how it's all gonna gonna gonna pan out because you know people will have to be believed either discovered a passion or something that's new they. They've had time to To die fully deep you know into a passion debt that they wanted to do so Is is pretty cool that even though it's not the ideal situation but you know those of you know of us. You know dueling macho man. Rising cream rises to the top green. Do top. It's randy ball mr macho man so doing tina i know you're not playing Domains guys much because you were going to jump on him night but she didn't or at least you didn't trump into and i got. I got cut out editing. I've been. I didn't like the last four days. I don't doubt it. You know. I was like moment when he got come on. We're gonna get this money. Because i have found not one but two planets where we can fall in in credit to farms for the activated indium So i've got all the money ray to put into your pockets so you can. Actually you know. Buy some stuff in bills and stuff in this game man trying to. I'm trying to hook you up. Yeah i i'm going to get along. I gotta i gotta catch up with all this stuff like. I don't have work to do. I wanted i wanted to do. I don't know if you know My uncle play the usfl. Okay and he they wanted to. He was on the michigan. Panthers have won the eighty the inaugural championship okay. I have arranged for him and a couple of his teammates. We're going to podcast a retrospective on the nineteen ninety-three season Here on gic nation does he hatred does he hate trump. yes pretty much every player. Hey i don't i i don't know except for herschel walker Every former usfl player pretty much hates trump. Yeah that's true. That's shows what i understood. What trump did in his mindset. I also understood understand. That timing was wrong the and both the owners were okay being a spring football league and they were. They're still to this day the most successful non nfl Foot bali i thirty years later. They're still it still made the most money most attendants of any of any other own spray freshly spring football league. Yeah do you think. Do you think the rock could do something for the xfl. You know this was going to be a topic. And i'm glad you mark up because we didn't have all we didn't have time to do it. One on one episode. And i was gonna do a video where i wanted to explore. How the xfl. Before the rock and danny garcia bought it was an area of opportunity for for black ownership. Because there's always complaints for years minds. Higher life i've watched people can plan my. There is no no black people in the higher ups. that'd you know black owners in the nfl. virtually my entire life. I've heard that yes had this spring football league. That was rebooting and its first few weeks. Were extremely successful and people are like. Wow this is gonna work this time and then covy killed it. yeah. And i said there are assets. Here you saw that. It was working. And i did the research on several articles on showing the attendance in the money. That offense was making what this league. And i'm like if you wanna league where you want to have. The players treated better treated more respectfully players make more money. You're not trying to keep it all yourselves. I i don't understand why fifteen twenty just if they want to spread the wealth. Fifteen or twenty four. Nfl players don't create an ownership group in by the assets the xfl and rebooted. Why wouldn't you. The market's already there. A lot of the work is already done. You know you. You know there's interest there you're buying a name that carry some weight because of the first the initial iteration and now the second generation do not jump all over this and pickups to rock and garcia who are extremely smart business people especially miss garcia For by the xfl and now we do have. We've got a black owner. Who owns the entire league in hispanic female owner. Who owns co owns the entire league and it's going to be very interesting on what they do with spring football. I am very excited for. They said they're gonna start getting twenty twenty two but they'll do big things well they don't want to restart to quick and i'm an aussie were twenty twenty one right around the corner and we still don't know what's going on there there tomo- shutdown things again throughout places like who knows what twenty twenty one zero really look like so twenty twenty to make sense as far as yeah when they start playing again. Yeah you know what you actually right on that. I think i would definitely probably move out. I'm i'm i'm just hopeful. That twenty twenty one. His is you know i've got. I've got a lot going on. Twenty twenty one and a lot of us do because you know we should really changed everything up so we definitely are praying. That twenty. Twenty one is a way better year. You know. I mean even with even if there is a vaccine i think some of us still should still be. We're you know leery leery of what we're doing. You know what i mean. And there's not aware about you know still key you know it's kind of funny out of this whole shit you know you can really think about it. You start saying damn. The people really not wash their hands like that. I have seen being someone who worked security at the iron pigs. I have seen wage may be going into that bathroom now. Washing a single thing Barely renting And then eaten dog. You know exchange money you know putting their hands on the on the on the rails as they go up and down in seats like yeah. That's pretty wild. When you really think of it you just like all that shit like who but hey it's now maybe all of us going to be a little more aware about everything we do something else. Oh man well that's gonna be it. Y'all for what are. Up wc we love to hear about what sheikh activties you are doing. so don't forget. Share them in the nation facebook group or discord mention us on your shares. And we me mentioning here on the show. We happen dig. What you're doing thinking of digging what you're doing. You know you boy rocky. Mr loves to eat like eating swan big. So today's episode is brought to you by something that i like to eat by hugh kitchen hugh is a family funded and founded chocolate and snacking. Company focused on creating products that match. 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I almost guaranteed first off our thoughts and prayers hum jig nation are here for sinbad as he recently suffered a stroke. One of my favorite comedians michigan man. And it's really sad to hear I'd i'd not heard anything about the prognosis. I don't know if the you have but collectively our thoughts and prayers are with said bat in his family as hopefully he recovers and recovery soon and our next quick hit. Congratulations big ups to kim. And i'm gonna say in. But i'm not sure because i'm not sure i pronounce it But she recently made history as major league baseball's first and only female general manager pickups to camp david me some applause. Thank you miami marlins. Okay yeah she'd been working in the organization for years and dairy gene. Nam promoted her to general manager. Straight jitters. that's right. That's right all right now. We're going to one of jig nation. Favorite boot lease. Lock 'em up. So this version of the reboot police captain rocky. Mr magic will not be giving a ticket or pass. No no this. One is for lieutenant unique. Dna and cadet caps. Save so i'm going to give you some Reboots that are coming out. And we wanna know if you're you're writing tickets if you're locking them up if you're getting give them give them a warning or just kim a pass in your good with within so first off will smith and kevin hart are going to be starring in a remake of planes trains and automobiles. Don't jump once now. Unique gopher as unique tales. Why why don't know why. I'm assuming money but i don't know i i don't know lot money right. I got it from. Yeah just like drop coming out then. Oh my goodness great all right. I'm i'm not going to interject any thoughts because i do not want to so continuing on The rock dany garcia back into the subject again their production studio seven bucks. Productions is going to be rebooting that time with ages. Classic the scorpion king. Snakes i know it up. Sorry all right. So i mean. Is the rocket player scorpion. Gang again no right. That's what i was not always getting get somebody else. Someone else will play this corp making member. They had a second one. That was directed. Tvd and he did not Reprised role he was opposed to reprise the role But something fell through. Probably another movie with more money and he never reprised the role I mean first of all like it's a problem is only even know where to start the fact of movies and i even it's fine when twenty years old right. So that's the first thing that they can array. Generally when you re making a movie it's been out for a while. There were fond memories of ill. In general i. I remember when the as a teenager remember. When the parent travel came out with the With trainwreck Lindsay lohan when that came out and it had been thirty years since hayley mills in the sixties dip parent trap. And you know parents who grew up watching that they're like oh. This is the new one. My kids should like this. I like the originalist is great. There there is that that carryover nostalgia. And you don't have that on unless unless demaim is you know thirty the kids fourteen. i like. What's the carryover further. Scorpion king like. Here's my faith. Oh let's go back to planes trains and automobiles 'cause all the real plays his own meals reason why. That movie was extremely good because of john candy. Yes yes john. Candy cannot be taught by either. Will smith nor kevin hart so. Yeah so that's why that. Totally terrible and kevin hart is clearly. The drawing is supposed to be the jar. Can you replace. we'll we'll we'll smith is going to be. This is going to be more of a straight man is he. Be more of of the steve martin was doing see now. I can't buy that. I can't. I can't buy either but i'm not in this one on saying look. Production is no no. I'm locked i want to. that's terrible. Yeah like a lot. I don't understand like did. I love dwayne danny. I've i've met them both. He's when they were still mary. Great people smart people. This is this is not a smart decision. Like no one. Loves the scorpion. King that much to see it remade you know. Especially if he's not playing it. Yeah that makes no sense. Like why intra for the first one really only. He's too old to to play the role again. Yeah or or out of shape or something. Like i i i don't get it okay And here's a here's a movie that does have the timeframe like plays trains and automobile. We are gonna get the return of johnny fi. Shorts is getting a review. No i can't see this neither low. Leave it alone i i. I don't even know and you know this is gonna be some bullshit seeking is shit. You know what i mean like. That's the problem here. The point cooler the robot by like they did in the eighties. They're gonna it's gonna be full blow. Cgi nah not about it. Either nope sorry. I mean just gutenberg paycheck or something i it is he back probably not As you know no no no. I didn't fake indian guy in like this. No this time the movie will have a lat next update Thanks to screen writers at wat those his mouse and jason Latino version yes. Oh my god. It's also maybe johnny five will be We'll be dancing. The salsa just as you just made it sound to me like you. Don't get us here in la johnny. Like walk the block figgy and dude. I don't care about this no Makes me working on its. You don't have that stuff. That is that. I found out what maybe three years ago. That was a fake indian dude. Yeah i didn't know what it was. with fisher. Cd actor's name. Yeah i could not believe that it was him was what like i had no idea you know because it can be and He's out one. Even though i i listen to this show knows we are not fans of black face or brown brownfield or any version of it. I have to bar just because fisher. Stevens did not look white In that movie and it must be the same makeup artist. i did the white lady From terminator that play. John connor's adoptive mom in laid. She was an alien. I thank you. She played like a cuban woman. Whatever enable darken alec daddy to same chicken. the narrow by whole snapped is to saint check Those makeup artist back then. Some they were on there. They were on a game. 'cause i swear to god that he was full blown indian and then when they said it was he did what they made him look like he was indian. He bought it. I bought it. I bought it until yeah win Something came. I don't know how it came up but it was so that was just like reading around and stuff and i think i didn't. They were talking about him doing a movie or something and they were reading about. What movie was then. It was funny. Because i think he was short circuit. Short-circuit deeply short-circuit out. There like the do like what's our shit. I blew my mind. I was like wow okay. So doesn't that tell you how crazy times are like baghdadi. Did all that shit and all of us are like a word was up like that. I would be like protested movie crazy cairns coming out of it. I just don't even know like immediately. I have this conversation. Time as i just don't know like is anything sacred next are i mean there are some shows in some. You know we've even done a list of of. I think we did a list. I made a less are no five in been talked about it of things. That could be remade. Like there are shows and movies that i think would be cool to get a remake because it may have been good but not great or it had an amazing premise. And you know the execution. Just wasn't great. You know twenty thirty forty years ago and now maybe hey let's let's take a shot at making this great concept Illness see we can make work. 'cause now we've got different writers with reviews as well as we have the benefit of justice next level technology. I'll give you example Alien nation fantastic show could be so much better at with you know with the progression of just technology You know in. Us and social life. What about the lovie. Already been remade again. So it's it's a little Soon too soon now. I love the original v. I two And and i see the new ones not bad. Either by doing that again would be a third time. But you know you you. Why did you could redo v if you really wanted to. You could do a nation you could do air wolf wolf thinks oh know you can bring back something like that of that. A good idea bad execution will just just. Don't just don't kill us. I e in we. We have the strong stance. Just do not do nightrider again. Just will leave nine own absolutely not because that was horrible. Because i didn't even like the dukes of hazzard movie i was like. Why did you make the dukes hazard movie like that. Made no sense like it would get to make movie. Why are you gonna have it as a comedy to dudes who are just clowns like you. Hire to clowns to be dukes. Yeah that was just. And i think because they saw the success of starsky and hutch Being you know being campy which. I never thought that that would blow up to be rude. I and i actually i love that. It's hilarious and i don't even. I'm not a foul ben stiller And his work. Like i'm you know. I mean the. There's only two movies events i like starsky. And hutch and zoo lander every other ben stiller movie on my hair a guy just not a fan of his but i do not like tropics. Along came polly. But that's a different position. But i i don't know why i'm not a fan like me. He was the worst part of meet. The parents I've watched stuff with him in it. You know I didn't think oh there's something about. Mary was all that funny and he was a big part of that. Like i was okay. I'm not a fan. But in that movie and in zealander with gray starsky and hutch adhered enough to the original. To make can't be fun. Good and i think they tried that fuller with the dukes of hazzard moving and they just fail miserably. The added these reboots will but the happening doing it like our people running out of ideas. Do shit like snob. It like i can still watch it. Eighties movie and still be happy with it. You know what. I mean like i. Can't i sit there like like. Yeah like johnny. I could watch the original. Johnny five is still be cool. You know what i mean like. I don't need a reboot of that injuries. Automobile still like i don't like cabbage. First of all i heard kevin hart's do shit on netflix's terrible i gotta check it out for myself. I i heard someone posted in the in the community that as well I mean his last one was in grade. Either you know i. I don't know. I just i think kevin's putting yourself a little to thin out there. I think he needs to chill for a little bit stick. That's a that's a. that's a strong possibility. he has been working allied. I understand is a stance on that. Like you know 'cause you know that that is true when you're when you're in that in that community when you're in that whole like it's like yum get the money that rut you know what i mean like legis do what i gotta do with bounce because you never know what i mean. You never know when it's true you're gonna be out so i think he's You know i think personally. Kevin doesn't have like the lasting power of dave chapelle. He does. I think he knows that to aleisha pellets. Chapelle lucia powell man. I mean he's been now years and he's still like welsh appeals like the reincarnate like like the george carlin. You know what. I mean like like just his flow at his style like just that whole like vm. Provocative shit and i love the way chapelle going right now with it. You know what i'm saying so it's like but you can't see a kevin hart doing that. You know what i mean. He can't no. It's not on that level. I mean there. There's your master level. You're you're mount rushmore level. Guys in comedy. Your your priors. Cosby's your mercy's else chapelle chapelle up there he's on that level and then you've got guys like hart who you who been hot and i'm surpri- i'm actually. I'm surprised for him that he's managed to be hot for so long but got hot. He took advantage of it And and more power to. Because i mean let's be real. How many times are people going to give ill some five five black dude from philly. You know a shot to be that very. You'll not any like he'll so. I i give kevin his props for doing almost any role that much comes to him and trying to steal do comedy and do shows and not leave that behind like most of his Most of his peers or those that came before him. Kind of e eddie. He's at a comedy prior eased at a comedy Chapelle you'll came back to a behavior eased out a comedy rock eased out of comedy Bernie mac Like cedric also. Make they. He's daughter that he's trying to like stick with it so i give him that. He's trying to stay within that. That art form that got him famous and probably hopes of it. Maybe why he's had a longer run than i. You know a lot of people probably be ten years. He's been going on a little bit longer than that. So i mean. I give him props for that but like you said i think he's stretched a bit then You know and it's probably going to make suffer a bit but you know keep getting them checks checks if they're gonna pay you get to checks just you know you don't have to ruin good stuff while you're getting their checks. I mean like he had that show on on qube and if you could be going to die ten days although you just brought quitting his old big i i'd fuck is quincy number even got into it. But what is it okay. Let me explain to you so quickly was a bad idea. They got money And what they did was they filmed. And actually. I'm not collide. Some the content was interesting episodes ago. We talked about The content on qube. 'cause i got the free trial for free six months. Thank to t mobile tuesdays. And then i swear a week and maybe we can half after got this free trial. They announced qube shutting down december first But essentially what what. The people behind quitting wanted to do is they wanted to. They wanted to make your content that you consume To be in more bite size so this is like fun size content so they would take a show. I would probably be forty five minutes in length And make it pretty much to a mini movie. And what they would do. They would shop it up into six six to seven minute clips and then so i give you a work on a break and you want to check the now you would enjoy something. You don't have time to watch a twenty to twenty five minute episode or something because your your brakes only like fifteen minutes but you can watch too many episodes on qube And and get a little bit of a fixed before you gotta go back to work or do something whatever so there was an interesting mindset behind this piecemeal version of entertainment but you can only when it first came out. You can only actually until like a week before they did the shutdown announcement you can only watch on your phone or ipad. There was no app on your apple. Tv or your fire sick or anything like that. So you had to consume globally. Which took away a tunnel market. And they had a lot of things that were kind of Rehashes like kevin hart show on qube die heart where he essentially kevin hart in die. Hard situations I mean it's a flat out. Ruth kevin hart. It's called die heart every guy in who's asking for die hart who's asking for heart to be john the cleaning and screaming and shooting. You know like no one's asked that i can watch chris. Tucker do that rush hour entertained. I don't want to watch. Kevin hart do that i i. I don't get it could be is going to be dying in ten days or something i never saw like. What is this. shit. What i i don't i don't get it either and it wasn't. That's not the only thing that they took. They made their own version of the fugitive They did their own version of the most dangerous game. And i'm like they're just rehashing a whole bunch of stuff stats pop. That was popular and Chopping it up into six minute bite. And so i. I watched the one show. They had called free. Ray sean Which was about Your brother got set up fossey q. By the police are chasing him and he's earned in. They're trying to get him. They got swat. Whatever and larry fishburne Of playing a cop trying to talk them down. So i'm watching it. And i'm going to be honest it's good. It was entertaining. Well acted the problem is is chopped up six minute bites and there was no app. Four swan. I'm a an airplane onto my tv from my phone and not only. Is it just six minutes long episodes but there are freaking commercials commercials. Have you got a commercial before you got your six committed that you've got a commercial at the end but he got move onto the next episode to see another commercial six minutes commercial commercial six minutes commercial on my bra. This he worked it. No wonder this wondering the same work in the one. He was gave me six months for free. Because what you're doing is now terrible. That's a terrible idea. The execution interesting concept poor and the show actually racial was good. I mean i think a won an emmy or something like that because the content itself was good. Won an emmy for real. I think so. Yeah brisard my barrel. I'm pretty sure free race on But it yeah the bro the execution with horrible. So i had told myself i'm gonna watch Some of these things on qube before new was shut down And you know and just to see in his. Enjoy some of the stuff like you would see the ads you. What's he has the episode on youtube. Dna where we're talking about it like some of them. Were like a three minute adding like okay. This looks like it could be interesting but now it was like it's just the the execution was is crazy and every and they poured a lot. I saw the advertisers former nuts. But i was just like what is this shit. I don't get it like. I didn't get it because i just saw like there. You watch this show What so would you explained is what i kinda got from the explanation of what. It was through the advertisement. But i think that's stupid other greeley. Like i'm gonna sit there and watch like a five minute clippers or shit like what like i mean. That was that's terrible twenty. Twenty primetime emmys outstanding actor short form content or drama series. One by larry. Fishburne stephen james who played ray shaw nominated for the same old and then jasmine safest jones won the primetime emmy for outstanding actress in short form. Comedy or drama series. He had two nominations in two victories. For free ray sean. That was exclusively on quitting. How fucked up. Is that imagined like all these people trying to win emmys and shit and some dude wins. Who fucking like six minute film like whatever it was yet as i mean there's fifteen the fifteen hundred fifteen fifteen his other six minutes six minutes of pop. Its way garage was on your phone at wanted me. I had to watch the entire thing I watch my tv airplane but yes you had to watch it if you can airplane. You're watching your tire thing on your phone. You're right which again you know. It's an actor. I would have been tight. Can this guy's win schitt from a freaking out for you kidding me like oh my god yeah i would have been tight. Forget that as crazy. So yes i was able to bring qube into the conversation. That's how bad the idea of remaking short-circuit and planes trains and automobiles and the scorpion king are. That's how bad those ideas are quickly. That's working put that on the shirt unique. Dna it's quimby back. It'd be that constant level bad. Something is it's quimby level to reach out to quit. He see if they got promotional t-shirts. Instead of to you like about it. I fact i asked so bad. It a six billion dollars the as so much money family. You could fit a lot of people with that money. They don't waste to that is at at is wild. That folks is our final transition we are to end this show with a little star wars quit via quitting. I'm quitting on my mind. We're gonna show with those star wars trivia quiz for cats and unique dna So let's get on. Of course you know i'm an idiot i had it. All booted headed all loaded up. And then i closed the browser would know that i had it up on Yep because i am a genius. that's not the one i want actually close. I leave it open. 'cause i'm just that smart i did leave it open. I'm genius okay. Question number one. Which star wars movie was filmed entirely in the studio. Attack of the clones. Return of the jedi star wars. A new hope. Revenge the safe. Is it like a button. A press answer new hope a new hope for unique. Dna in cap see. Oh man i can. I can repayment. Can you repeat them. You save eventually says revenge of the. This is the correct answer. Episode revenge of the. Seth was filmed entirely in studio. Ace question number two. If you're keeping score. Kathy is a one to zero. Which of the three main. Heroes luke leia han solo which of the three main hero actors in the first star. Wars trilogy refused to sign a three picture deal. Harrison ford mark hamill carrie fisher or they all signed out osha If it's going to be anybody. I'm assuming i think harry harrison ford carrie fisher for kelsey harrison ford for unique dna. The answer is harrison harrison. Ford did refuse to sign a three picture deal. Carrie fisher and hamma were glad to. And yeah. that's a harrison ford moves like. I saw that my that's harrison. Ford i can tell that he didn't. He wanted to die after the first movie like he wasn't trying to be around for three pictures. He said he didn't want to be but then he did. Indiana jones was basically exactly but when question number three. What color is mace. Windu lightsaber is black. Blue purple or grabbing purple purple. It is both right. It is tied at two next question number. Four the star wars holiday special coming around that time marked the first appearance of which star wars character boba fett charge. Our banks landau karazin or java. We'll let holiday spirit. You never saw the holiday special holidays for you're gonna come back because he We need to have you watched. How special react and we need to have you Talk about the the nike row. Rapper's delight ad campaign. Which i already found out that the the holiday special a christmas special. It's holiday special And it is one of the worst thing that they've ever made and it was so bad that they actually made a lego version. That's premiering this year. Why i never knew about okay. I'm gonna send you a link on youtube p prepared to be like horrified so your options again mike. Making their very first appearance in the star. Wars holiday special is it boba fett charge. Our banks landau karazin or job. The hut i'd have to say jar jar jar. Bigs i okay and unique. dna but with over fett. Boba fett is correct. Addy the holiday special which aired november seventeenth nineteen seventy eight very first appearance of boba. Fett that old yeah. It came out before revenge in in return. That's terrible i mean before Empire strikes back in in return So you need. Dna is up one kind of s up on that number five. What actor pulled out of episodes revenge of the sieff. When he discovered that non union actors were being used in the film. Was it mel gibson. Gary oldman george clooney. Or gary coleman inde- yeah home into both are going with gary oldman and you are both correct. Gary oldman was going to be the voice of greece but pulled out of the film. Wow question number six. Who is the only non jet. I in the original star wars trilogy to use a lightsaber. Is it han solo. Chewbacca r two d two or princess layer nine jeddah. You said non jeddah holy shit think. Back molly sh. I will be playing the jeopardy music for you folks caps. He's going princess leia unique. Dna relate isn't a lifesaver to chew we. You're both wrong. It is han solo. Getting think about it. Remember empire strikes back. Lucas lost on goes after him finds a escapes to the monster in the cave. And he saber cuts open the time. And let's say i. I got right walking. It's kind of tricky because when we think use lightsaber. You're thinking of fighting with the lightsaber. And so your mind searching when someone jeddah fight with a lightsaber but that is still the only distinction that our good friend. John boyega as finn has unfortunately. That's the best that they had to give our boy. That's another that's another situation. I'm not happy about how they treat. Jaw number seven. He wasn't either and rightfully. So what character did george. Lucas consider making a midget. Now mind you listeners. I did not write this question. So if anyone wants to get mad about the term analogy of midget compared to little person or door for whatever. I did not write this question i am. I am reading the question and giving it proper context The options are luke skywalker. Charge our banks chewbacca or princess. Laya way who is supposed to be alive a midget. A little person was a cheery in lancaster. There supposed to be a midget movie. Yes george lucas considering making one of those four characters a midget jar being sal. Okay kelsey says jar jar. Pink would options. Your options are luke skywalker. Charge our banks. Chewbacca or princess leia. Angola jar jar jar jar doubled up. You are both incorrect again. Luke skywalker which was supposed to supposed to be a midget and according according to some sources lays line. Aren't you little short for stone. Trooper is a remnant of this story idea. Oh my god. Wow wow wow three questions. Left number eight who served as java the huts chief bib fortuna mass nada. Sarlak or newt. Gun ray. shit that is i know what is what is it before tuna. I don't know iraq is gonna fuck it and i had had. Oh i'm going to bit fortuna you need you name. Picks bib fortuna shit. Yeah go before to that bib. Fortuna is for those who don't recall. Big fortuna was a male to elect. Who handle the day to day operations jobless palace all right. Let's go to question number nine. Approximately how many languages can see three. Po speak six thousand six billion six trillion or six million. He says it to god. I m see three. Po human relations. I am doing in over six forms of communication. I'm going to throw you you need. Dna says trillion essay billion and caps. The seth million six million is cole read. I wanted to say originally. I was million right. Are you hold on. I think we're tied breaker. The tire on question number. Ten in episode six return on the djeddai. The growls and sounds of the ran. Core based in jobless palace where actually made by. What animal is it. A panther a wolverine a pigeon or a dachshund wrong ovary. He need dna says wolverine of what again. What what what. What animal the okay. So the ranco beast in his palace. Luke falk okay. The sounds were actually made by. What animal is a panther. A wolverine a pigeon or a dachshund. Oh shit. I'll go with a panther panther panther for see and wolverine for unique dna. This game ends in a tie. You are both wrong. It is a dachshund growl dammit growls and sounds the ran core beasts were remixed from the recording of an aggressive dot. Shit that's crazy that's crazy. Wow i got enlightened so dachshunds out there that'd be barking like they big and bad now off because you know what my dogs make. I have two dogs and they bake these weird fucking grou- sounds that's started thinking that could be dot said and i was like shit. You thinking about dasa no. They can't make that noise. No pain no way should have stuck. My dogs shouldn't have stuck with the gun. Folks going to be it for this episode of the original cheek. Podcast that we produced to bless your ear balls. We just want to give a special thanks to our guests. Dj cab campsie c. Before we go cap please remind everyone how they can find in. Follow you out there on the interweb ad so Cap seeker finally once again on instagram at cap seed at c. a. p. c. e. Twitter at cap see. Also facebook slashed cap see or facebook dot com slash events by kathy and Also find me on. Twitch tv slash. Dj cap see want to give a big shout out to a man magic and also unique For having me here on the shows up thank you We were glad to have you. Thank you for for blessing us with your in your your presence. Where that's going to wrap us up. Your i am your host rocky mr magic. He is getting dan and we wanna thank you as always for listening because we could not do this alone now without all you cheeks who continue to support us by pressing play. Please continue to do that. Rate reveal his. Show on your podcasting apple choice. Share with your friends. We are on apple. Podcasts google podcasts. Spotify stitcher cast box on pending on pandora. Apparently but if you can't find us let us know at jig nation at gmail.com or messages directly on facebook or twitter at cheek nation. And until next time okay. Entrance talk talk. This is dj. What can you. listen to. 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