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Marketing to Make an Impact with Henrique Saboia, Vice President of Growth at Kiva

Marketing Trends

46:30 min | 1 year ago

Marketing to Make an Impact with Henrique Saboia, Vice President of Growth at Kiva

"I'm Alec Baldwin. And you're listening to marketing trends and the Leeds Art Week Enrico. Chiesa boy didn't always know he loved marketing. But when he discovered his passion for bringing products to market talking to customers and delivering a message there was no turning back after stints at Cisco Systems Twitter and lift and Ricky landed. Akiva working currently serves as the vice president of growth on this episode of marketing trends. He explains what his goals are as a marketer and how the work is doing at Kiva is helping to bring about a virtuous cycle of wending and doing good all around the world especially with women and underserved communities enjoy this conversation marketing trend. Podcast is brought to you by salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce dot com slash marketing. Here's your host Ian Phase on welcome to marketing trends. I mean phase on host of marketing trends. We are joined by special guests enrica. What's going on? How's it going in great to be here? Thanks for having me. Yeah. It's well. It's great to be here. We're at Khiva in Sunny San Francisco. Today it's a great day to be talking marketing and a great day to be talking about all things. Kiva. We're huge fans. I've never got AKIVA microloans before but I have heard so many success stories and it's an incredible platform so we'll get into that but before hall of that. How did you get into marketing in the first place whole before going to that? I'll make sure you make alone on. Keep it before you leave the building very Galileo but Greek question one way or another. I feel like I've been in marketing. My career but the way they started was early my career I was in sales. Which really when you think about is just a part of the marketing funnel but for the first five years of my career. I was doing sales and I was. I'm originally Brazilian. So I was doing international development Working with an American company in Chicago and Doing Business Elements America so I split my time between Chicago and Brazil mostly and we were pretty successful at selling these tools that had been built originally for the US and European market into South America. And at that point we started to think about this market has real potential. How about we developed some tools and products for Latin America and I was a big part of that process. And that's when I discovered. Wait a minute thinking about the customer thinking about building a product thinking about bringing a product to market is a lot more interesting than sending cold emails. So that's when I decided I wanNA pivot and go completely into marketing and I decided to go back to school and and to facilitate that pivot. I I went to Kellogg to get my Mba and northwestern university and That's how I pivoted completely to be one hundred percent focused on marketing but it was really that sales experience that gave me that foundation of interacting with customers day in and day out understanding their their their needs making sure that we're delivering on that need is what really got me interested in doing it in scale Through the marketing department so flash forward to today tell me a little bit about your role as head of Marketing Brand Kiva. That is a great question so as you know very well. Kiva enables people every year to pool ending contributions as little as twenty five dollars and provide financial access to enterpreneurs farmers students. All over the world and since its beginning we've made over one point four billion dollars in loans to millions of people across the world so I manage the full the former thing funnel. So how do we get more people aware of Kiva? How do we get more people to make loans on Kiva to find someone to connect around the world in support that person and then to to create a virtuous cycle of of lending and of doing good enough supporting people globally? So the success metric for us is. Are we getting more users? Try Kiva and to become loyal lenders on the Kiva Dot Org Platform and I'm curious because you know you've had stints near career at twitter and lift and a lot of places that are really powerful platforms And and Kiva is similar but different extremely powerful connects people and we'll get into some of the other piece of your career by for Kiva. What is the kind of like sales process? Look like if somebody You know somebody out. There is a farmer in you know name a country and needs to get an additional thousand dollars to buy blink. How does that work? We operate in over eighty countries and we have local partners. We we deal with borrowers both directly and through partners which we call 'em F is which I'm blanking they in for but but they are local partners that work directly with the borrowers. What they do is they will. They will work with with their partner. Tell their story and say hey. Look here's I'm starting a sewing business or I'm I'm a farmer or I need to go to school or I need to to build plumbing in my house and I don't have access to loans through the through. The normal or a standard financial means which by the way is a horrific process. I don't know if any of our listeners out there have ever tried to actually get a business. Loan is absolutely awful. It's a terrible terrible experience and most of the time you know. You're you need alone. Because you need to figure out you know something for Your Business and The vast majority of the time the lending process is set up so that you specifically can't get alone for that reason like it seems like you should be able to. They're like well you know. Put Your personal credit and all that sort of stuff and I understand. There's a lot of complexity there but to user perfect experience. That's right and that's in in. Your experiences is a very common one of the United States. Now imagine you go to a country. That doesn't have a reliable credit score where you don't have a credit card and a history of your own transactions where you don't even have a bank account to begin with there right now you can multiply those challenges by thousand so we work with these partners on the field where these borers can go to them and apply for a loan and tell their story and say look. I'm my name is in reggae. I need a loan for two to pay education for example and and they will go through a vetting process which varies from country to country and once they get through that vetting process they get to post it on the website and once they got on the website. Then you and I are. Anybody can go to that Org and search for anybody who they would like to support for example. I'm Brazilian so I love to support Boris from Brazil. My wife for example love support people who are building plumbing under homes because she can imagine how difficult life would be if she didn't have a working toilet right and everyone goes to keep a has a special reason to support somebody whether it's a personal experience for something they can relate to and once they're on the website people can support them with as little as twenty five dollars in the loans vary from. Sometimes I need two hundred dollars to buy a cow to need a few thousand dollars to buy machinery for for for a new factory and once you find them. They got the money and they get to. They get to tell their story to the community who lent their money so they so once you make a loan to somebody you're going to hear back from them and see. How is the loan going house? Progress going and one of the coolest things about Kiva. Is that the reason why those people have a hard time getting loans is that the market prices. Them is very risky. But the reality is Cuba's around for fifteen years about fifteen years ninety seven percent on average of every dollar that's lent through. Kiva is repaid. That's incredible so in. Once you get that money back you can actually go and support another person. Yeah so those same twenty five dollars you can help dozens of people with those same twenty five dollars minute much Very very often. So it's really it's tested and true processes some who've been doing for Again almost fifteen years and we've been able to help millions of people so as you came into the role and you're thinking about. What does marketing look like? Akiva how you could use some of those experiences from your past How did you think about it like you know it truly is a marketplace which comes with you know levels exponential levels of complexity Other side to side to side marketplace Although I you know I'm I'm curious. Would do you have an issue with the borrower side like maybe not so much But I'm curious. What are the marketing functions? Look like and how you mix between like brand and then filling a fun on us. Yeah it's a great question what's interesting about Kiva is that it's if you look at the marketing function it's like the marketing function or of any consumer brand right. We have a value proposition. We used the exact same channels paid advertising organic pr To drive people into the funnel to be aware of Kiva. And then we use all of the the the the most up-to-date technology tools that we have to engage with their users whether it is e in APP push notifications in on on our website. We run very fast experimentation on our website and things like that. What's really different about it? Is that instead of optimizing for profitability for example we optimize for impact which is a just a very different way to run the business. Raymond were thinking about trade offs. We optimize for. How many more people do we get to help and support if we do X. Versus Y. Ramp? And if you cost us a little bit more money as long as we can funded with budget Were were always gonNA take that option of helping more people which for me as someone who comes from the for profit world is a very different way of thinking about the the marketing capability But we are but at the same time we can use a lot of you know what I jokingly. Call all the dark arts. We've learned in the for profit world but do for good at Cuba which is really fun so will will will use all social media advertising and Oliver engagement tools for good which is exciting into your point of a of a marketplace. It is a marketplace and while we are far away from reaching the one point seven billion people today who are unbagged. Under banked there is there are times where we are either short on demand which is what we call the folks that come in lend and or sometimes we brought to many people in and we need to now go out into the field and bring in in source more lows in the platform which means that we have to make decisions together with our investments team right so we can only grow the number of lenders bring into the platform as fast as we grow the amount of loans we can bring to the website and while we have by no means place where there are no people who need lows in the world. There's work that takes place in the time that it takes to bring an incremental incremental larger group of people who can make loans to. So that's a that's a day to day challenge that we take on something that we that just fosters a great cross functional activity Akiva. Yeah one of the things we talked about a lot on. The show is the idea of like only fight where you can win right like only position yourself as As the solution to whatever it is that You perceive their customer needs and it seems like an a lot of time using the advantages. That only you have like right seems like Kiva. You'd have a surplus of incredible stories and to be able to leverage those stories in your marketing seems like it would be extremely powerful but I'd be curious like there is kind of like the other side of those stories kind of like the the Serra McLaughlin music where there is a certain part of that where you know when Sarah comes on and you know you see the puppy without the I like it is a little sad and sometimes you know what you're trying to do with Kiva like you know is potentially sad but it's also much more uplifting and exciting and something that You know you kind of know where your money's going you know what you're doing the impact you're having like how do you leverage storytelling In in your advertising in your marketing storytelling is the most important tool. We have at Kiva and I think actually as marketers while we're doing storytelling one. We have to figure out. What are you tell an when he gets into telling what channels you want us to broadcast up that story and it keeps you? It's no different except that we have more great stories to tell them most brands out there do for sure on on an average day right if they have those stories they're like two steps away right kind of the thing is like their customers customers. The one that's having the impoundment which is awesome But it's like you know name a platform or technology that you all use a Kiva. It's like that's empowering Kiva to empower other people right activity of Technology. But you're not quite as close to the story Whereas like you are are right. This is the product the product the product is supporting. Somebody finacially supporting somebody. And and that's it so we can go straight into that story. Now what's You pointed something. A point. Sending out that I think is very clever which is a way to talk about charity or talk about doing good. That can be guilty using. Yeah totally right. We have a we have a term that we use We call it poverty porn total. We want to stay away from that. That's not how she thinks about the impact that we have we think about we think about empowerment. Learn a podcast. So people can see the refill. Look around the room right now and the office. It's full of people smiling and feeling empowered by the fact that someone gave him alone so that they can they can directly change our lives and impact our lives and we and we get new stories like that every day. Ripe on a year we make about one hundred fifty million dollars in loan volume rows imagine the number of people in the number of lives over touching and the number of stories that we can create which is why we have a big network volunteers that are out on the field to record these stories. Yeah right we're capturing video were captured photo were capturing interviews in texts so that we can tell these holistic stories in our marketing when we reach out to to the to the folks that are already Kiva customers so that we can we can add value their lives and say look at the lives. You Change Look at the people that now live a better life because of the actions you took on cable dot org in acquiring crying new users also to tell the story why should you go to keep a wise Kiva. A unique way to do good. He did some good today. There's a number ways you can do it. And they're all great. What's unique about Cuba? And that might be interesting to you right specifically the fact that you can choose to support right doing good. It's often sort of a black box right. You donate or you. You volunteer for a couple of hours like did I really do good. Who did I help and on Cuba Dot Org you? You can pick the person. They are supporting. That's really great that turns parents you get from understanding how the loan is getting to that person who departing with with on the field to hear back from that borrower to say. Hey I got that cow. And here's I was changing my life and then ultimately again we have a ninety seven percent repayment rate. Most of that money is going to come back to your Kiva count and then without putting money on the platform you can go and help someone knew what not only just that the The person who received that money at some point down the line in their career is going to give back like his just how it works. I mean like I don't know if you have any statistics on that but that has got to be super high. What's really interesting about the Kiva platform and that really sets our community apart is that we are overwhelmingly impacting the lives of women. Yeah communities women internationally. Someone just handed me the stat. I hope it on butter it but when you when you give when you invest a dollar and a woman The majority of the dollar actually goes back into the community and into their families and their children so the the impact the skill the bax much larger. And what's really interesting about? The Kiva community is that one. It's over sixty percent women on the lenders. So it's so it's a site where most of our customers are women. Most of the users that are lending are women but even more interestingly eighty percent of the money that we're lending into the field go to women borrowers and that's important not only what I just said earlier. But because in a lot of these countries women are the women are the people have the hardest time getting loans getting financially Here in the US and that's right so it's it's so exciting that we are really filling a need for a for for for women and borrowers all over the world yet that is that is super fascinating. it's something that You know it's really interesting. I interviewed now for the show for different PODCASTS. We DECO FUTURE CITIES The person who is running Habitat for humanity. And they're talking about how He's saying that the reason why we why we had all these people building the homes was not like. We were marketing. It wrong like building. The home was supposed to be the wake up. Call to the people building saying hey we need to make change. But what they got out of it was like. Oh it's just a really fulfilling day building the home in there like it's like no that's not what we need like habitat coming to your your community in whatever city in the. Us is not a good thing. It's like ace is the wakeup call that all of you need to be participating in your community more not just building a one off home. The has an interesting way of looking at things. I don't know if that's you know what habitats leadership says now but And they're a great organization. But but just the idea that I. I always think that that's like the classic confusion equals no sale thing is like what is your customer getting out of being customer and it seems like the customers on your platform really understand like that crystal clear value proposition and it seems like the hard part would be getting more people out there who don't know what. Kiva does to understand the value proposition. That's right that's exactly right. I mean I'm always so impressed. By the quality of questions and feedback we get Through our customer success channel. It's incredible people are so passionate about the space and they really feel like part of the Kiva community wants to get in and you understand. Oh I get it I get I choose somebody for whatever reason I associate I identify with and then I help them actually achieve an improvement in our lives and they pay me back and I got to pay forward right. That's a really really unique for someone to do. Good at scale right. The challenge we have is microfinancing is sort of a difficult thing to talk about. What is microphones? What is peer to peer lending We're making a loan like I don't. I don't make loans to my family. Why are you know there's some words that are really scary gambling? Yeah you don't lend you know I don't. I don't even lend my brother money. I'm like twenty dollars for this comes back to me at some point in my life but does executive rate so The challenge we have is a marketing organization. Is How do we get to? What's really beneficial to our customers rate? Nobody very few people I would say are are going on Google googling Howard participating microfinance no total. That's not the thing most people are looking for. I you know I want to give back. I've been lucky a few times And I WANNA do some good. I WANNA pay forward. What are the best ways for me to pay it forward? And and how do we insert Kiva in that in that decision? Set that consideration set. I'm sorry So that they can understand what's unique AKIVA versus all the other amazing options to do good and can be considered and then ultimately convert and get them to become a given customer because our retention rates are incredible. The you know once you gotTa Repaid. Eighty percent of our customers would go inland again. Yeah so it's really about. How do we feel the top of the funnel Which is you know. It's challenging for any brand because we live in an incredibly busy time. We live in a time in which customers are buying themselves out of advertising right. Think about the media. The Media. Space Today When you when you sign up Netflix. When you're buying Hulu without ads when you subscribing to Disney plus when you're doing is you're buying yourself out of advertising that's one of the main value props which means that wait. How do I reach that person now? How how can I get in front of them? And when we're now you put on top of that. That is a nonprofit which means that we are incredibly careful about how we use our funding because if any dollar that goes into marketing means that it's a dollar doesn't go out on the field so we have to be incredibly incredibly awful and and in rigorous about our marketing investment which makes complete sense so That's the challenge right. How do we get more and more people aware of what we do aware of? What makes Khiva unique enjoying the Kiva community? Yeah if this was attack product it would be like in the first thirty days like you position like if you had an algorithm that could position and this would would not be something that would be a good idea. But for Siegel argument. Go on you position that the first project that somebody does that somehow you know they get that back in the first thirty days or sixty days or ninety days or whatever a transparent time horizon so it's like they know that the system works and that they get the more immediate gratification and then it's like you know after that you were to go into like the less likely once again not not saying that that that's a good idea. But that's that's the sort of thing people want to to no end like this is like the classic. What is the person really buying? I would posit. I don't know if you know anything on this that it's not like customers are sitting there at the end of twenty nineteen like. I have a hundred bucks this year that I'm going to spend on charity. Which one am I GONNA do like? That's probably not what they're doing. They probably come across. Kiva somehow through one of your funnels and is saying like wow. I didn't know about this like I can. I can do this. Twenty five bucks today. This is fine. I'm just GONNA fire. Fire the bullet or you know. Maybe it's after the Thirteenth impression impression that that are like hey. I'm finally ready to do this. Or Hey you know I got my bonus this month or whatever it is And now top of mind in some way but I would imagine that. It's not like a traditional You know type of a thing because they're such a specific way to do it right and there's such a specific thing that they're supporting I don't know maybe I may be wrong but no I. I think I think you're onto something one. I WANNA address your earlier idea which is not a bad idea. I think you're onto something which is to make an analogy right. It's the urban legend or of facebook. Once you get that fourteenth friend yeah. You're not locked in every single successful product. Has that that loop of like once you close the loop? That user now has a much higher likelihood of becoming a retained customer keeping us no different and we believe a Lotta that is once you're able to get your repayment back in help some new. I think there's a there's there's there's a light bulb goes off. Say Oh I get it my number my my investment or my my contribution goes further on Kiva Org than other places that could investing in so we are actually working through a lot of ideas of how do we. How do we make that feedback loop shorter? I think that I think that's the right problem to try to solve whether it was exactly the same way that you described it. I don't think they'll be the case but I think that's exactly the question right. It's how do we make that feedback loop really really short? Or how many updates like is it right? You know if you are donating to you know jill to buy a cow or something like that. It's like an. She gets to do so. Do they get to go from just individual contributors or is it like a goal plus? Kiva or like you know if she needs two hundred box and like Ian does you. A hundred and then Dylan are headed girl. Sitting next to me does fifty and then it's like open that extra fifty bucks like open a month is how does that last part. Every loan has thirty days to be fully funded. Okay yeah so let's say Joe who needs a cow post on key without org in. She needs five hundred dollars to buy that cow. Then people can come in discover her story and they can give as little as twenty five dollars but someone might be become so enamored with with her story to say I will give you. I will not give or lend you the full for a five hundred dollars. However the the more typical experiences Dylan will give twenty five. I'll give fifty IAN will give one hundred dollars or until we get to five hundred we get when we got the five hundred. Got To say Jill your guy funded so it's really it's like we in the actually what's really cool. Is You can see when you when you make alone. You can see the other people in the community who helped in that alone and then you can actually build teams so in so for example. I every loan that I make on dot org is associated with the northwestern university team. And it's just a cool way to keep tabs on parts of a keeps communities. How different communities are giving? What are they passionate row giving to? This is really funny. But it is for example the most to active communities on Kiva The most active teams are Christians. The Christian team in the eighth east team like yeah. It's it's amazing. It's incredible how everyone can agree that when you get to help somebody to be empowered into their lives that everyone wants support that idea so you can join any number of teams when you're Kiva Org weather it's university whether it's your religious affiliation whether it is worth the city you live in an but they're all these cool teams and you get updates in some. You know if you're in a team you can say. Oh I just saw this amazing loan to Joe who needs a cow. Who else wants to help out there? Can you can actually communicate with one another and and drive up and drum up support from a specific borrower. Yeah I would imagine that those network effects are probably pretty massive. Especially 'cause you're giving people who are already have an affiliation with each other a platform to do do it on final piece on even that I wanna get into some of the stuff From from twitter Fan So When you came into the role was one of the things that surprised you about marketing Akiva. What surprised me really shouldn't have been a surprise. But it's just the level of passion for the brand you know Marketer spend their whole careers trying to get people to be really passionate about the service or the product that they offer and I came into. Kiva assuming no different the great. I want a big part of my job will be to convince people that was a great place for you to be engaged in and turns out people who are our user base are just so passionate about it already. They get it. In fact they feel ownership over over the Kiva brand they've been with us for years and years and make our jobs in a way a little bit easier because you're a great people really get in their fashion other brand in in other ways you feel you feel so much You really don't want to disappoint them. You know you really. It really makes you think twice about intake really seriously How to create the best brand of the best product experience The best way to do good you can't in the world so it's a Dow. That was something that now that I've been here for a while. It's obvious that people re Pasha could this is. This is a very personal decision to go. Help somebody but coming in. It's something I hadn't quite considered that was. That was a really fun in different challenge to come in two different set of circumstances. Let's get twitter so I'm a huge fan. I think twitter is is an incredible An incredible place. I know that there are issues with it. Of course there's issue with any platform where you're working with billion people or whatever. Three hundred million people whatever's on twitter. And I think you know from an advertising perspective. It's something that's not nearly talked about as much as facebook obviously So I'm curious what what did you. What did you do there? I was a part of the growth team that was growing the Self Service advertising platform on twitter at the time. Shout out to them by many of my friends. Still there In it's a wonderful team. And if they really felt a start up within a young company red at that point when I joined twitter had IPO year before so they weren't like they weren't a startup anymore but the self service advertising business was it was a very small very nimble team of people really wanted to crack the ability to convert regulatory users were small and medium businesses to to become advertisers on the platform whether they wanted to grow their following whether they wanted to drive traffic to a specific business or website or APP that they were developing And it was really fun because there was no playbook for it right. I mean you always pick things up from other businesses But we were really trying to do things for the first time Especially for twitter so it was just really fun to opposed to approach challenges in problems with a hundred with all the creativity you could. Yeah so it was. It was a really fun period and I learned a lot and stay in touch with many of those friends. Yeah you need A. We need some like twitter classes for all the all the folks that are are people borrowers on Kiva. They probably need those twitter tips to figure out how to market themselves better. It's definitely Bernie's improve the market growth. Right yes. So how much were people spending onto like? What was that target segment? Are they spending like twenty five bucks a year? They spending twenty five hundred bucks a year. You know it was very the time there were people who were spending fifty bucks because they wanted to get a few extra followers but but there were companies that were spending Alex. Small businesses were startups. They're only getting started. We're spending tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars a year quickly graduated in to manage. Count those different thing but it was really very which made as a as a marketer was really it was really fun challenged work right at one point. I'm working with a HOT STARTUP. That has fresh budget and trying to emulate. I want to spend all this money in one. Part of my marketing investment to go into twitter and other times was someone who writes a blog and just once again a few followers on or like they wrote a very funny tweeted. They want people to see that tweet there. They WANNA buy impressions in one by They want to They want to pay to have their their tweets. Show up and people timelines. I don't follow them right so it was sort of. It was very widened and how to think about the product experience marketing capabilities to do this at scale in in a segmented way personalized way. It was really fun. Yeah that is really fun. I remember I remember. When the first time I was seeing like promoted tweets consistently was T. MOBILE. Oh Yeah John legare whatever. He's GonNa be me now anyway. Is John La- gear? Yeah I'm probably butchering yes. How to pronounce the name but I remember his account was always Roy now. Yes like millions. Millions millions But But I did always. I always felt like and I still feel this way and a lot of listeners to the show I'm sure in the same boat where you have tons of people on twitter that our senior executives or just any buying persona that are on there that might not be super active but like leverage twitter. Like their new source right and they follow one hundred fifteen people that sit and they stay up to date on those people. Whatever it is for sports or this or that or whatever and but they're really impactful people in there and they could be buying from you and I always felt like it was underutilized because who you follow is so intent based And it was something that I just felt like and I still feel like is really underutilized. I know price comes into a lot of that. Should've miked up Dylan for this We'll give you some questions Since he's are headed growth but Yet curious like what? What did you see that advertisers? Doing a great job of or some stuff. That was really interesting that you saw novel innovative. I mean what was interesting about twitter. Is that the the immediacy of your engaging with can be such a powerful signal totally right and that's what really sets it apart in all these all the networks have something that sets them apart right if you google for if you Google Nike Shoes. You're telling us on the specific. Yeah on facebook. Given who you're friends with or the groups they like tells you something specific most the Pixel Rate Datu in on twitter. It's IT'S A smaller audience. But that audience to your point can be such highly engaged audience inside is engaging with news and content In such an interesting way like I'm this is actually after. I left twitter but one thing I saw. That was really cool was Disney Disney plus when they launched a couple months ago. They did this thing and I don't I. It's a really cool feature haven't seen they're really available to everyone where you could say like this tweet. It was a twitter about demand. Lauren which is cool. Sarwar show. We've already talked about it. I was a big Fan. Oh it's so good Jon favreau and that shows wonderful into stores in general I can come back to a star wars. Absolutely call me but what was really what they said you know I think was before the show came out like this tweet men Lawrence coming out on a couple of weeks and for like this tweet we will. Dm You every time. A new episode drops. I love it and I was like. Whoa what an interesting engagement tactic. That's see that's like. That is a brilliant marketing tactic. But it's even better customer success tactic because the I did that I liked it because I was like I. I'm like I don't know when these are going to be coming out and I don't know and I just got Disney plus I don't know and I don't follow any traditional news channels so mike. How do I know when stuff comes out? Yeah I think about it all the time in fact if any listeners. Have some type of capability like that like absolutely send it our way will promote it but I like I totally agree. That is such a brilliant thing and if you think about the evolution of that tool in twitter as something that advertisers could leverage or like any. Tv show should be using that right. You get it do you. You get it right. You know when I'm building content for customers or prospects I'm always thinking about. How do we create something that is timely relevant engaging total rape and? I feel like that that piece of that feature or that tactic sort of knocks. All three of them out of the park. Ray because its relevance knows that I'm the Disney probably already knew it was a Disney plus subscriber knows that it's relevant to me any. They know that I follow bar camel and I follow Star Wars Somali. Okay this guy's GonNa you know it's relevant. It's really engaging because it gives me a really cool action to take can just press one button and I got. I understand the benefit right so it's engaging and then the timeliness of it is perfect because one the show is coming out so it's like really timely and when I get that. Dm It's to show. Is here click here to watch that episode and I have found over my career that once if you're able to put content in front of a custom that hits those three marks your engagement rates go through the roof. Your conversion goes the roof. Your customer satisfaction goes through the roof. And I think that's such a great example of of a of a business innovating to create advertising or in customer engagement tools that allows businesses to exactly that wonder how much that cost. We should look at that for marketing. Trends that will be great. The sodas that just great. Yeah I'll share from my twitter like hey when you want new episodes Just like this tweet. Yeah no I love it. I mean and and there's another segment of the twitter sphere that I think is super fascinating under appreciated Unless you have any sense about this but like super I don't know what they're called active passive users mine. People like who like. I'm trying to think of getting my brother. Something like this doesn't really liked any stuff doesn't really comment ever Just scroll through the feed every day like every morning every night scroll through follows new people but doesn't really engage with the content but is like I am a monthly active user generated media And I think that there's just so many people out there now that like every now that you can see whether it's instagram or twitter. Whatever who liked what you can look at all that you get more and more people that are like I'm just not gonna like anything anymore because they don't want people to know what I'm making but you are looking at Maybe you're looking at accounts that you shouldn't be or whatever it is or maybe have the burners Katie I think that those audiences are so like interesting to target and if you give them a reason to engage that super super valuable And they wouldn't normally be engaged. That's right when wet I've been an avid for a but even early might twitter usage. I didn't really tweet. I rarely liked and by even though I'm a homeowner you're at times subscriber. I actually rarely start reading my news on the New York Times APP. I survived because they don't have access to those stories but I often get the stories directly from the writers on twitter because I follow my favorite writers and once they posted news story. I just click from there and I go straight into reading so There's so much of that and then it's a lot of those users also only tweet when they have a customer service complainer. Make this if you call somebody to complain you on the phone for an hour and then you hang up if you send him an email to blackbox never going to hear back but if you tweet at a brand to complain about something thirty seconds or like how can we help you redeem redeeming you. So it's it. There's there's definitely a lot of people who are more passive users but will get a lot of value engagement from from twitter. I I used to be one of those myself okay. Any final thoughts on on the best tips for twitter. What should our our marketing trends listeners? Keep an eye out for yeah. That's a good question Look I think the coolest thing about twitter is that it allows you to participate in cultural events in a way that no other platform allows you to write. I think as marketing moves into the space. Where it's harder advertise if people because people are buying themselves out of advertising distribution then one way to really getting them is when there is a cultural conversation taking place if you can contractually interject your brand in it. You can get a lot of impressions and a lot of consideration from that. Here's a great example was gonNA been awhile remember there was a When there was a blackout in the middle of the Super Bowl and Orios. Yeah 'cause I mean really cool. I forget exactly what he did. This is sort of an old example but there are just so many conversations taking place or even when the Peleton ad they just came out a couple months ago and everyone went after it and then I think James Franco had a brand of Tequila and they did like they create. They did an ad right leg a fast follow had the same actress and use those routes and twitter was the place where that conversation was taking place in. Twitter was a place that he he interjected that story so again to go back one gray way for brands to get to get in front of users is to participate in the cultural conversation. Best taking place in Meek Brand. Relevant twitter is often where the conversations taking place. Because that's where that's where that that timeline is is is where those conversations are happening so my tip is if you can find opportunity for your brand to interject an a story now. You have to be careful. You can backfire but but I think if you do it well and any awful way it can be a real source of leads. Exposure and ultimately conversion speaking of interjecting Before we get. Outta here we're going to do our lightning round. These questions are fast in order the lightning round of. Oh yeah exciting fast and easy just like marketing with salesforce marketing trends is brought to you by salesforce. Salesforce brings marketing engagement together. Learn more at SALESFORCE DOT com slash marketing automated engagement with each customer and build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey salesforce dot com slash marketing. Check it out later on questions in reggae already I think so number one would APP on. Your phone is the most fun. I'm actually gonNA Open my phone and see what's on my screen Wasn't me look. This is kind of embarrassing but I'm on twitter a lot. That's the one that got the most notice on my phone's I'M NOT GONNA say the number of hours I use my phone because I'd be embarrassed but I'm also GonNa make a plug that Cuba's come out with their own mobile APP in a couple of weeks. Hey there you go keep an eye out. I already have that on my phone and having a ton of fun making loans and helping people from my phone now so keep an eye out hidden telling her passion ooh Hidden talent. You know I started. I started making bread recently. Oh yeah and I started making sour down and get a good start having. Oh Yeah I made my own started from scratch And I think mcbrayer sourdot though you're gonNA go play in the base. I I do play the bass but most retired now as a new dad and I wish I. I wish I played more more base disease but new one that I'm excited about. I think it makes a pretty decent sourdot my wife. My wife likes it so. I'll take it best advice for first. Time had a marketing. Think about how you want to goal your team. I think marketing trips up a lot when he doesn't know what is trying to do. And what success looks like and any can quickly become a cost center for the organization and one that does not a part of the strategic decisions that a company makes so understand the role. The marketing should play in the organization that you're joining or the organization that you're sending in and and be very purposeful around where you're going to do and in how marketing is going to contribute to the success of the company as a whole that's it that's all we got man. I appreciate it. Thanks for having US hangs for hosting US and any final thoughts No thank you guys for having me. This has been so much fun and sorry about the loud noises at the. Yeah if you cut some noise in the background that's just San Francisco whenever there's construction and it's Banjo gets swings probably the bard outside And Checkout Kiva Dot org come out come help somebody Can make alone and and improve. Someone's life awesome. Thanks so much. Thank you marketing. Trans podcast is brought to you by salesforce discover marketing built on the world's number one. Crm salesforce put your customer at the center of every interaction automated engagement with each customer and build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce we bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce dot com slash marketing.

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Tapping For Emotional Resilience (Pod #499)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

07:00 min | 4 months ago

Tapping For Emotional Resilience (Pod #499)

"Gene here welcome to the tap Podcast every single week we into the most common and uncommon questions but tapping an emt move past the basic recipe. Mastering the art of delivery. You will learn how to find root causes faster clear issues quicker and have longer lasting results last week. Launched and. i'm not sure if you're aware of this or not something. I'm calling the tapping success academy and that. That is a project that i have worked on for the last six months. I have invested over three hundred hours of my own time into the project. In addition to a bunch of other people helping me out and basically what it is is. It is an opportunity for you to learn from some of the brightest minds in tapping transformation so that you can be more successful with your tapping and i don't mean the round of tapping a successful but the way that you do tapping so it shows up in your daily life in your world. It is great for us to be able these tapping to feel better in a moment like first aid tapping and emotional response to tapping is one of the beautiful things about tapping but we can get so much more out of it that we can use to happen to transform the way we open our relationships the way we should professionally the way we take action and in the health that we have in our lives. And so i've gathered. Seventeen just really amazing. People over twenty hours of training instruction a workbook tapping journal sixteen tapping experiences. That you can tap along to. It is one of the best things that i have ever created as far as it happened. Resource go and there have been multiple occasions where it has brought me to tears as i headed in thought about the amazing conversations in the master classes that i have been tapping for a really long time in this. Podcast is turning twelve years old next month. And i learned so much in the way that i approached from these conversations. I would love for you to have the exact same transformation. All you need to do is go to tapping success academy dot com. The tapping success academy dot com. And if you have any questions just reach out to me gene. Ge in e at tapping q. and a. dot com and enjoy. Today's show mantra selling welcome to the tapping podcast recorded live to tape williamsburg in brooklyn. This is episode. Four ninety nine originally aired february seventeenth. Twenty twenty one. I hope this find you every martin whatever time of day. You're a chance to listen to this. Thanks for spending more time of day to day. We're going to talk about the value of emotional resilience and why it is one of my primary goals when i m looking at my tapping practice over a long period of time before we jump into that too quick announcements number one is if you have not done so already. We've a free ten part guide to help you to eliminate self sabotage with tapping. It's absolutely free. All you need to do is go to tapping q. And a. dot com. Click on the blue button. If you happen to be listening to the podcast right now in the website and the upper right hand corner you'll see a big blue button there. Click on that and you will get access to that particular guide number two. I just wanna send a big shout out and thank you to all of the supporters of the tapping q. And a podcast for those of you who are supporters of the podcast to notes number one Earlier this week s in a no out talking about the fourteen small businesses around the world that we get a chance to support. If you don't know every single month ten percent of the support that goes to the podcast is immediately lent out through. Kiva kiva his micro loan organization that supports small business owners all over the world who do not have access to traditional funding and one of the reasons why we able to support so many people is every single month. Those loans are paid back in a little bitty chunks to get to learn out again. The second thing is news. And then i'm going to talk about the book here in my book that never got published For those of you who are supporters. On tuesday after this before. This podcast roxy. I actually say you a pdf copy of that book. Because allowed short from france to review that so distributed to my friends who were supporters. Podcast you have access to that particular book in the patriarch feed if you have questions about that and can't find it. If you'd like to support the tap into podcast receives amazing voices plus the extra bonuses like a book that was never published. All you need to do is gonna tapping q. In a dot com slash support. That's tapping and dot com slash support. And thank you once again to all of the amazing supporters tapping cuny. Podcast today. what i wanted to do is i wanted to talk about emotional resilience in for me. This is one of the three primary reasons why we tap and so for me the three primary reasons all we tap is number one emotional first date. I am in some sort of distress in a particular moment. I'm going to tap and i'm going to bring it down number two is when i'm tapping around a particular issue in that could be something as specific as a phobia of spiders or it could be something more general around the sense of my sense of self worth and self esteem and how i show up in the world but i'm targeting something specific in how i respond. The third is emotional resilience in what. I mean by emotional. Resilience is the way that we respond in a particular moment to the stimulus were experiencing based on where we're starting from boy. That's a bunch of really complicated words. It's basically how do i consistently keep myself in a better emotional states. I respond well when things go wrong. Plain english much better and so. This is what i mean by that. I want you to imagine an emotional scale. And if you've never experienced emotional scale or seen one before basically what it is is it's a scale from the bottom to the top going from the most negative least resource demotion to the most positive most well resourced emotion so the bottom might be total depression and the top might be enlightenment or enthusiasm or who knows and there are lots and lots of different emotional scales just because human emotion is difficult to slice and it's hard to evaluated the way that we can see the color spectrum. How through the color spectrums. It goes red. Orange yellow like we can see them moving in a spectrum. The emotions kind of do that. But it's a little more finesse because the.

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EFT For Recognizing That Just Because There Are Problems, Doesn't Mean They Are Your Problems (Pro-You Choices Part 4) (Pod #345)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

16:59 min | 2 years ago

EFT For Recognizing That Just Because There Are Problems, Doesn't Mean They Are Your Problems (Pro-You Choices Part 4) (Pod #345)

"Hi, everyone Jean here. Welcome to the tapping a podcast where every single week we answer the most common and uncommon questions about tapping. So you can get the most out of your tapping practice. You can eliminate self sabotage to take the actions that you want today is a little bit of a special podcast. This is actually episode four hundred. I know it's episode three forty five in the numbering context. But there was some bonus episodes and some two part episodes and back before I really figured out the numbering convention, we add some odd numbers in the beginning. But this is episode four hundred so first of all thank you for taking time to spend time with me, if this is your first episode, if this is your four hundred episode, I really appreciate the fact you listen to a podcast that means in the archive we have over four hundred topics that have been covered that you can use tapping for to eliminate self sabotage there been some amazing interviews or some great tap alongs their stories from people like you who've used happing, please go to tapping podcast dot com. And there you'll. The entire archive if you haven't done so ready it'll show you how you can get the episode delivered absolutely free every single week to your smartphone to your smart device to your computer. Please take advantage of that this week. We are doing part four of the pro you series questions and approaches that you can take take care of yourself in the new year if you haven't checked out parts one two and three those are episodes three forty two three forty three and three forty four which you can also find tapping podcast dot com. This gene mantra stowing, welcome to the tap and CUNY podcast recorded live to tape from Williamsburg in Brooklyn. This is episode three forty five originally aired January ninth two thousand nineteen. Hi, everyone. I hope this mind, you will work every you are whatever time a day. You get a chance to listen to this. I hope the new year is treating you. Well, this is the fourth part in our series of making pro you choices. And what I mean by a pro you choice is a choice that is in favor of or is taking care of you. I have found that my listeners are thoughtful generous kind hearted people, and because of this we have a tendency to not take care of ourselves in the way that we need to. And so this four part series has just been some really, simple ideas. And some really simple tap alongs that you can do to make sure you're taking care of yourself. And today, the idea is just because something is a problem doesn't mean it is our problem, and I can tell some of you are already clinching up just the thought of that. Because you are the type of person who everybody comes to that. When something goes wrong, they show up and I am all for the people in my life reaching out to me for help. I am all for being helpful. I want to be thoughtful. I wanna be kind. I want to be deliberate. I want to take care of this people around me. But the problem comes when people are no longer coming to us for help. But instead are simply coming to us and have a solve the problem for them in. So the place that I always want to find myself is I always want to find myself in the position where I am responsible to the people around me, but I'm not responsible for the people around me, and there's a real subtle difference in sight of that concept when I am responsible four I'm taking on the burden. It is. I'm saying I am the one that is going to take care of it when I'm responsible to the people in my life. Then when they are in a moment of burden win. They are in a moment of struggle. What I'm doing is. I'm showing up to be helpful. I am friend. I am ally. I am family member. I am encouraged or I share my knowledge I share my experience, I might even help out in solving the problem. But it doesn't mean that his my problem. It's still their problem. And again, I know there's some of you right now are just like, oh, that's so unkind that so unhelpful I'm being mean, if I do that, and that's the executives and why we need to spend some time dealing with this issue because if you find yourself being responsible for the people around you you're creating a problem because you could decide that I'm going to be responsible for your problem. And I could decide I'm going to be responsible for your problem. But it doesn't work because it is impossible for me to be responsible for you. I can be responsible to you. I can take care of you in lots of ways. But even if both of us want me to be responsible for you. I can't do that as well. It's only gonna lead to a place of struggle. It's only gonna lead to a place of heartache and a number of years ago and actually close to a decade ago. Now, I realize the fact that I had created a really poorest boundary between myself and one of my loved ones was really good friend of mine, and the reason I had created that really poorest boundary was because of the way their lives were connected. If something went wrong in their life, it made my life more complicated. And so it was easy for me to rush it in solve problems. Because if I shall the problem in the short term, I was also helping myself out in the short term. But the problem was over the long term every time something went wrong the person. Immediately reached out to me to solve the problem. Even if it was something that could solve themselves. Into the way that I started dealing with. This was twofold, one doing some tapping like we're going to do here and a little bit and two by naming this when they shared a problem with me, I had to train myself, and sometimes I had to do this through gritted teeth. I had to say that really sucks. Phrase was really intentionally chosen because what I was doing in that phrases. I was making the statement that I had knowledge that what you were going through his hard. It actually is a problem. But it wasn't offering advice. I wasn't offering help I wasn't swooping in to solve the problem. Now that didn't mean I stopped helping because there was a certain percentage of the time. Let's say about a third of the time. We're actually was useful for me to be helpful that that I provided something that they couldn't do on their own in my assistance and be wanting to provide that assistance was a big thing. But you thirds the time it wasn't the case in so over a period of time is kept responding boy that really sucks, I'm really sorry. You're going through that boy that must be really hard. What happened was it? Didn't impact the nature of the relationship relationship. Stay just as close. But would started happening is the person stopped showing up to me immediately. Something went wrong, and they spent more time trying to solve the problem themselves. And then once it got to the point that they couldn't do that. Then they started reaching out. So they started reaching out less in the times that they were reaching out. Was the times that was appropriate. And so what I was doing in that process is I was renegotiating that boundary. I was renegotiating with the expectations were so that I could be in a place where I was being helpful at the times that it was appropriate for me to be helpful. A big thank you to all the supporters of the damping Q and podcast every single month. We take a percentage of the contribution to the podcast, and we go, and we make loans on kiva kiva is a micro loans site that gives loans to small business owners all over the world this month supporters of the tapping Q and A podcast supported Maria Maria is a small shop owner in t- more. And she is using the loan to be able to increase your stock. So that she could grow her store and can continue to take care of her family. In addition to that because of the way the kiva works. We were able to make three more contributions as we re loaned money from previous months if you'd like to receive a bunch of amazing. Thank you gifts. Support the tapping Q and A podcast and part of this great work as we support small business owners all over the world. All you need to do is go to tapping Q and A dot com slash support. So now that you have that framework as a possibility of reframing some of your boundaries and some of your relationships and renegotiating those places. We now to get get we now need to get ourselves into a place where emotionally we can do that as well. And so the way that we get ourselves emotionally to do that is to do some tapping. So we're going to do little tapping today to help us to stand up for ourselves where we can still be kind thoughtful helpful people without taking responsibility for the people around us so to begin with tap out of antagonize big breath. And just moved from tapping point to tapping point in repeat after me. I know the people around me struggle. Because everybody has struggles. In there are times in which I can be helpful to the people around me. And I don't want to see them suffer. I don't want to see them struggle. But there are times in which it is not best for me to be helpful. There are times where it's not best for the relationship for me to swoop in and solve the problem. There's a part of me that feels bad when I am not helpful. There's a part of me that feels bad when I see other people struggle. But I can't be in a situation where I solve everyone's problems all the time. I can't be in a situation where I take responsibility for other people's lives. Even though there's a part of me that feels like I need to help. I recognize their times with that is not useful in the long term. I recognize the fact that that is not healthy in the long term. It is possible for me to be responsible to my loved ones. Without being responsible for my loved ones. It is possible for me to be helpful. Without helping right away. All the time. It is good for me to create boundaries. It is healthy for me to create boundaries. It is necessary for me to create boundaries. I can be kind. I can be thoughtful. I can be helpful. I can be loving. And not take on the responsibility of everyone else's problems. There is a part of me that struggles with finding this balance. It is important. I find the balance. Creating these boundaries isn't mean. Creating these boundaries isn't thoughtless. Creating these boundaries isn't heartless. Creating boundaries is necessary for me. I give myself permission to create boundaries. I give myself permission to learn how to create boundaries. Nice. Yes. I know that one is really hard because I know the type of person you are because I know that type of people who listen to this podcast. You're the person that everybody comes to. And I'm glad they're people like you in the world. But I need you to take care of yourself a need you to create healthy boundaries. Because if you don't they're going to be long term consequences for you. It's just not healthy. It's a simple thing is a small thing. It's not an all or nothing thing. Even if you just get twenty percent better at this. You're going to be healthier in your relationships are going to be held here. If you know someone in your life who also struggles with this because oftentimes carrying people cluster together, please hear this with them. Give them permission to take care of themselves as well. If you have any questions of eating comments, if you have a topic you'd like to cover in the future, please let me know. I can always be reached gene GE e at tapping Q and A dot com. You can also click on the contact link right there in the website. If you've downloaded the app because we have this amazing tapping Cuna app that you can find for both apple and Android devices. Just go to the app store for your respective device. Not only do you have access to audio just like this. There's some bonus Audio's in there and every single time we do tap along. We include the tapping script right in the app. You can just take a look there and tap along to if you don't want to take the time to listen to what we are doing had done. So ready go to the website sign for ten guide. Learn how you can eliminate self sabotage tapping Q and A dot com. And as always, thank you. Thank you. Thank you for listening. This is episode four hundred hopefully will continue well into the future sharing resources like this. The tapping CUNY podcast. This is Jean mantra. Hope you have a great day. And I will talk to you real soon. Bye. Bye. The topic CUNY podcast copyright, gene. Mantra steadily tapping Q an eight two thousand sixteen all these expressed by guests are those of the guests and not necessarily of gene mantra deli or tapping QNA.

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39. #EmpowHER:Queen of Self-Sabotage w. Kiva

For Realness Sake

27:08 min | 11 months ago

39. #EmpowHER:Queen of Self-Sabotage w. Kiva

"Hey is Kiera and thanks for tuning in to another episode of for Ruinous Sake, this is episode seven in our empowerment series, and this week's guest is Miss Kiva. Kiva is a decorated food blogger and mommy Noor. When you check out her instagram at the fun Foodie Mama you'll see all the food spouse right here in Tampa Bay. You'll also see the highlight of black owned restaurants and other amazing food bloggers across the globe. Kiva has been sponsored by McDonalds and chick fillet. She has a beautiful family and a list of goals that she is working towards every day. So. Why are we talking about self sabotage with Kiva? Because we know that the little voice in our head tries to tell us that we are worth it or that the success that we do have is a fluke or just luck. Kiva is no stranger to that like most of us. She has had her own self sabotaging moments in this episode. She shares how she decided to take a chance on herself, and she also gives sound advice on how to combat our own self sabotage. I enjoyed this week's episode Kiva and I know you will to. Remember you got this just one day at a time. I Have Kiva here, Heiki. What's Oh, girl? Durham so glad. I'm being a part of the series. Not excited down, keep you. US tons so. That we are talking about empowerment, all things good, bad and ugly right. So today's topic is like. Woo I'm guessing Clinton today. Talking about this, but before we get into that, I have to ask you one your most memorable encounters that you had what a black woman! What do you mean what comes to? There's so many but Kind of go back. To my childhood, I was in the tenth grade. To New High School you now gone up in the suburbs. There isn't too many when it comes to school, and you don't get too many black teachers. In my temporary here we had just switched to. And I had this teacher named Ms. Saucers with APO citrate. He was super pro blacks back in ninety two so. Personality was big in bold, and that's the alchemy could also like the fact that she. saw. He made sure she was intentional about teaching her black students in the future. We knew who we were in she with encouraging you better. Though even though sometimes, it came across. This will COUPLA. He wanted to make sure that we knew that. We were not forgotten. We're cared about in this. Little? Wow, and how did that in fact you as an adult thinking about her even now? Building about her. Now I'm very appreciative. I'm sure back. Nanna counting. Knowing. You say! All of these issues these. Man Play. Harp warlick. Repeating the world. Yes! Now matching backline today I'm on using her same tactics economy. My kids kids who have three kids are aren't prepared and they are encouraged in cared about. They know that they have. On using her saying taxes still markets. That's beautiful. I love the shots at a black women teachers because they don't get enough love, they earn like they pour into those kids. A black woman teacher professional poured into me and I still use take heart that she said to this day, so go ahead Mr Gilady. Middle. Very. Why don't you go ahead and introduce I? Don't know why didn't do that in the beginning key, introduce yourself tests until the folks who you are what you got going on. Is I, am Cuba. Williams also known as the unhealthy Mama. Currently lands five years. On. I didn't exit insult stay. We'll get into that later. Listen correlation is kill me off. I had. Kids and. Journey binding my soaked in in doing this. Little Social Media Platform or Caring about the things that are going on right now, that is motherhood. FOODIES, Dornan's in your to. You. In just. A lack like empowering people, so he you, but also I'm. Aren't enough. Yes you are when you look at her instagram. The food that she paused is super LE`ts everything. I'm like I whole like Apple. No all the places that you've posted about I'm okay gotTA. Let us live. I got a list of places that have shared so earl. Come through Foodie okay. People will I. Know, we knew. We do because I be hungry, girl, Okay and Loose the takeaway. Out here. was more. will all that be said of the mazing stuff that you're doing in the influences that you've had on your life girl? Why are we talking about so sabotage today? Early be surprise. The people were doing those. Don't mostly themselves to. Talk of bows. Story where the good? Girl will we wanted to okay. We won that Tiger Woods. Is So. Why are we so critical of ourselves? Let's talk about an. I, know! From the point where we feel like we have to be perfect. Out there is not. Available If you're putting yourself out there for you know alot Internet street that Nobel you. Hitting the lesson. It. Just! Overly getting yourself to point where you end up. Not Going on because you'd be your some who what's? 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You Got Society Star. She got your Mama Dashi. Got You know your Daddy is God? is we got everybody else's opinions and feelings in our minds in it? Just sometimes it overtakes feel about ourselves at least I know for me, and it sounds like for you to in the sense. What! What about like? Being fearful about being good. have. You ever been fearful of your own potential. Yester- leg sometimes like I'm look wake somebody. Nowadays I can't do it. What am I doing in the ideal? Do it again. But you know somewhere inside. US years over you that you're not enough. Will you know you do a? They liked it, but I mean they really liked nearly. Absolute that it's draining cycle of. Of self doubt and then south believed so why don't you tell us about your journey in how you discovered what you learn what you recognize in appreciate about yourself of where you are right now. Will I I'm assuming journey, but I'm I'm recovering. That uses I'm recovering. I'm film later this year at turn four knee. Bill like you know I'm. On Islam. Is Noise semi head of things that you know people especially doing my mom. Appear and or just need I was living the. Way For like fifteen years before that so I don't know if you know something I'm actually a professional dancer I wanted. To. Pursue like ballet on. But back then when I was a little back. To the Mike, you know people didn't really accept the you. Like. So. Trump person but I do like. Hasselt out as In. ancestrally at as young person, you're Kinda onboard with the. Colleague. With that route lake at Apple's correct mission I didn't pursue. My classes they. May Look for C. Career in the arts, and I kind of like played the state route or got. Chased. My dreams on hold like. Year five. You're tuned. It was like you know. They'll dance. Rates are pretty much over. The. Mary has got a house. I was living with other people you know like. During the. Hoover job. You know. You know. As far as the the people. So I, Things for all event gets Amal's like. To just get my magistrate, my degree of in for mark. Even those we're to world. My degree didn't count light match the. Okay No. Make Look. I guess desirable on the resume CEO. Climbed the ranked Find The overlander. Pursue. Mine accidents agree. At baby literally turn one I was learning. My Gre Zion starting Max cracking on the weekends it is. Just a little bit concerned. About want to do we. Like resentful, trying all the citizens of with. No, you should. act. On the job just very demanding, that was at a giant where we were short on staten. Maters. They didn't hear the word. So after months of the, To a baby, whom slow-moving! Job was like literally trying killing physically sleeps in so ranch that Wendy I dislike penguin will dash. Adam. Like. Milan Moving lately. Are. Working here You'll buy. Also way. are. Saving up praised. He knew. He was very. Never, likely just like totally like. Wine has decided to slip. Young so a slow at. The time in. Fifth grade my youngster time. Just trying to show on the rebel in a homeroom with. That even though is also. I want to do. Like those into fifteen wouldn't. Seventeenth with. Those two years I year. At home I was not. I was talking the motion. No electrically those deal, mom, even though I didn't even want to be able move so Mike. I'm basically. Is among. Those was gone. And then finally. Not like just? Stop It. I want soon that just other people suggest you should. Also you know you really did though you? My OPI- I it. Feels book. Let me. WanNa do my early. Just through being home in the conscious. And of taking a step back from. The people who need. Care about them in my family, but let me down. I just started presume that guy into A. Kiss you. Allow empowering youth. Crossing starting a non-profit. Entire, you through the aren't so to take him back crashed. And I'M GONNA use that won't mean Su-. To relate use genetic men. And all. My blog, Moore's just do. You know I wanted to. Thank! You. I. Agree I agree and I love that. You said that because there's a even me right now I feel that way. You know what I'm saying I know I. CAn't. We're not the only people in the world that that have that feeling of just let me just beat me. You know with all the other. Things are going to roll all the other invisible standards that we placed on ourselves in the ones like I said our parents may have placed on us with society has placed on us to be able to just walk away from that Zeno, it gotta. Do me like this. Girl Kudos okay. Who are wavering in that right now like I. Know Not WanNa be at does not live I know that I'm called to do more than this, but I can't. Because Xyz you know what I mean so I. Appreciate You, even I commend you I'm proud of you for even stepping out in doing that because that is, that's huge that. Something and. Yeah and I had to do the same thing like in on a smaller scale than you but. Mine was a little bit more plan. But I was in the military for eight years in. I was like you know everybody saying all the military's tire. You know you you get your. You retired seconds benefits. You drive every two weeks. What's wrong to? Fix Only Right I'm like no sounds real queue. You know a real secure, but. I'm trying to salute somebody every day you know and also don't WanNa be saluted, so that's how you know and I also don't want to keep moving my family every two to three to four to six years. That's not it it also. There's some things I wanNA do like out is me. This is my life. To dedicate so much time to someone else's 'cause I don't even know believe in the stuff that we're doing. In the military so here you know what I mean, and so I made the decision to leave Twice but actually left the second time after gaining a little bit more of a plane. and I live in I have not looked back since the whole time when I was getting ready to get out, people were saying Oh. You'RE GONNA. Regret it. There's no jobs I. Don't know what you're. GonNa do decide don't do. y'All been named for you know twenty years eighteen years. We're talking about a job. This is John. You don't know what's going on, Chinese gave. So I was really motivated. Go ahead and leave, and it has been the most empowering thing I could have done for myself, and like you say you took that time to sort of why go through a fog I call that phase like a thaw out. I was getting rid of all everyone. Else's expectations of me in just trying to figure out what my own expectations were in. I'm still talking. That is the process, but. If so much better thinking what your own mind! have. Felt most inspired lately. You said you wanted to. Go back to empower the youth with dance, which is amazing, you can definitely teach me like a tick, tock or two. We'll. What are you feel most inspired by? Lou, Whitney of you know the social climate with nursing on inflates Negro Twenty. Though? Too. Late into the might not remember. November December of eighteen twenty twenty this. Year you'll be Ryan. Wife News. Here Though? Couple so now that you know as a final changing socially, just you know, throw world I'm I. I still WanNa hire that. They want to pay attention to Mike neither my blacks meeting. We need to come together with the right now. A lot of people are hurting. You know it's just things that are going out. Is I recommend? I WANNA be a voice of you know of love of reason of no support so I'm going to focus on that. Somebody me a community. That love owning you know people in the community doing good so hallways. You're my friend based. I'm here illegally. Here. Produce the WHO was this whole everything so? One of my bracelet your. You know what? We can do better know that you know. Years ago are insincere. Only Hong are or mothers against the they come together. Aren't-aren't to get Louis like. The next the we have to use our even launching, we can be the chain. I love the NS true because I think about the stuff that you know. Are My grandparents even went through being born nineteen, thirty three in all the disparities I'm sure she had phased. In my grandfather's was like hen. You know you hear about it. You read about it. You learn about it, but to think that we're in a time just like that now and it is really time you. You know crab or get out the pat what you do. Party is is here. I love our everyone. Especially in our community has pivoted to start focusing more on our community. Because for so long it seemed like you know. We had to have the American dream. We want it to be like them accepted like them, but now it's like it actually start looking to our own magic in our in our beautiful news in our extraordinary personalities, talents and things we have going on in. How can we highlight that within? Our community is not so much. Much now that we need to be or feel the need to be accepted by other people, it's like okay, We accept ourselves in less highlight that must push that because that is also powerful, an amazing unnecessary so I love that you're doing it for the children because they're. They're our future. They're coming right after us in days. Seeing what we're seeing in real time in source court until a pack their lives now and I love the I. let kids Blinky. It. Exactly so. What are some tips? You can give to people who are also struggling with being their own queen of sabotage. What can what tips can you give them so that they can maybe not go through the same thing that you have for, so we can all come out of this thing because we're too great looking ourselves as if we're not enough like. We gotTA cancel that. What used it. To. Other. People in your circle that will hold you accountable and sometimes like we have to. Come out of. The public hearing. But. I think you should talk. Communicate you know what you're. Sharing. Next? Friday if you tell people about it, you gotta come through. He. Locally in the no one knew so. It's like the more you. Circle that are there. People were doing substitute. Empower themselves. You kind of want to be a part of the to someone else. Make League Man I. WanNa make. Could do. Not Copy does but you know that are working on goal. You have older, so you WANNA keep striving. To make sure that what you're working on that. Come into wish. So once again. That sisterhood is so important is something I've been talking about for awhile, so then your sisterhood. Do you feel like you have that support that you need that? You're able to when you're having. Those moments Assumpcao like me every day. He goes to them and say like girl. Listen like big MEA right Think I. Think is important. Meet soon, have diverse. Frankly have girlfriends. Roper is also you have people who are doing saying you're done with their. Maybe maybe having all my support podcast that you know they talk to. Your friends that you know. The all your friends, but sometimes they talk of like now they might. Relate to too much of the day. They can help you out on A. Unique S. Say Saving you're done that way. Yes, Kinda like personally locals. There's no. Absolute people people here I go this eight eight year on, so that way got might know. Bounce off each other. You this. You editor podcast early. Today. So that being said because you are food blogger extraordinaire. I have to ask you. If twenty twenty were as little girl. What sort of twenty twenty being. Okay. That's tough. One because you know twenty twenty has been. US Business Okay Kid. On us, so I will go. If you remember back your childhood. Sandwich in. Red Was gone and use that last piece girl. Friends one no me. Just a Mayo! Is As earl just. Just a broke upset was basically. Just a wholesome sandwich. The girl in. Low. Lloyd. I hope that twenty twenty one gives us way better food options. I'm just saying it has. When, we can only go up from here. Girl, only at least let's get a pack of noodles some tape. But I also have to have you. Thank you so much for being sharing your truth. Honesty your good energy. This is only the beginning for Kiva in Verona Sake. I'm so happy that you're here Kiva. Thank you so much.

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Tapping For Well-Meaning Incompetence (Pod #386)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

16:17 min | 1 year ago

Tapping For Well-Meaning Incompetence (Pod #386)

"Hi Gene here welcome to the TAP and Qa podcast every single week we answer the most common uncommon questions about tapping eft that we can stop so sabotage and take the action. We want to move forward in ineffective way before we jump into the today show. I just want you to know that tapping. Q. And A. is now on Instagram instagram. The instagram handle is tapping. QNA's if he had instagram dot com slash tapping Q. A. N. D. A. You'll be able to find links to too old episodes. Inspirational quotes also to goodness. If you're over there. Give it a follow. Shoot me a comment. Let me know you are involved. It's a great way for us to stay connected did and consistently be reminded to tap more regularly g mantra extolling welcome to the tapping Hyun. A podcast recorded could live to tape from Williamsburg Brooklyn this episode three eighty six originaly aired September eleventh two thousand nineteen. I'd want to help this find you wherever you are in whatever time day again chance to listen to this. Thanks for spending some time with me today. Today we're GonNa talk about and do some tapping for well-meaning well-meaning incompetence which is one of my favorite topics as it's come up a lot with my clients recently and I think it's a good thing for us to be able to make sure that we are really clear emotionally about so that we're able to navigate and take the action that we want before we do that. I just want to send a big shout out and thank you to all of the supporters of the tapping Q. and A. podcast every single month we take ten percent of the support that people ought to the podcast and we make micro loans through Kiva Kiva is a micro loan organization that gives loans to small business owners all over the world to help them to move forward and improve the really cool thing is with Kiva is after the money is loaned out and it gets paid back. We'll get the opportunity to learn out again and again and again I was just looking at the stats and my Kiva site tim today and for every dollar that has been put into my Kiva Account. It has been loaned out four times which is really pretty amazing. This monthly supported remote twos female farmers group and if you go to the Patriots page you can see all of the details is a collective of fourteen women farmers in Sierra Leone. The loan is going to be used to pay for improved seve's organic inputs and tractor toll which will allow the farmers to move away from subsistence farming and actually to be able to grow enough so that they can sell stuff in the marketplace so it's not just providing for their family but also providing income become so they can lift their family. If you'd like to be a supporter of the podcast as we continue to awesome loan efforts all over the world as well L. and get access to bonus content extra tap alongs and things like that all you need to do is go to tapping aid com slash support in Youtube. You can become a supporter the reason that I wanted to spend some time today. Talking about in tapping on well-meaning competence is over the course of the last couple full of months. This is really come up a lot with my clients as we keep touching on this issue over and over again. There is a performer by the name. I'm of David re SWALEC. A lot and one of the things that David often says is help is only help when it is offered in the meaning in which it was asked again. Help is only help when it is offered in the way that it is asked and this is true with lots of things that I know that I can be overeager in my desire to help people excite. No I've expertise. I WANNA be helpful. I want other people's lives to be easy but just because I want to be helpful doesn't mean that I actually am and I'm sure many of you have been in circumstances in which people have come to be helpful and the thing that they're offering isn't useful in some cases even detrimental. I've even had friends recently who've gone through major medical issues and everybody in their life wants them to be great and so they keep offering them all of these alternative approaches riches and medicines and things that they can do and oftentimes in someone is managing that sort of thing all that information becomes a burdened and it's not actually actually helpful and it is okay for us when someone is offering US help to be able to let them know that we we appreciate their intention but what they're offering us is in something that is useful and that can be tricky because many times the people who are trying to be helpful can take that the wrong way they can make it feel like we are being ungrateful because we are turning their help nope away because they have shown up truly with the best intentions and so we're. GonNa do today so we're just. GonNa do a quick little bit of tapping to make it easier easier for us to be in a position to recognize when this is happening to not feel so overwhelmed by it and to be able to stand our ground and to speak for ourselves because as we are dealing with a struggle the last thing that we need is someone else in our life making it and harder and so even though it can be hard to speak up is good that we do exactly that so to begin with what at what you do is just tap your nice big deep breath. Keep tapping on the side of the hand taken. I speak depress and just move from tapping point to tapping point repeating repeating after me. I give myself permission to recognize that sometimes when people it'll help they aren't actually helpful at all the health they are offering in the the advice they are giving is not useful in some cases. It actually makes it harder for us because we have to deal with them. Is it's hard enough trying to solve the problem at hand. It becomes worse when we we have to deal with unuseful help. I can appreciate where they're are coming from. I can appreciate the fact that they want better. I can appreciate their intention but just because someone's intention is good. It does not mean they are actually helpful. In these these cases they are well meaning and not competent and I am allowed to acknowledge that fact is frustrating trading to have unhelpful helpfulness. It is overwhelming to have unuseful advice forced upon us because I am trying to solve this problem. I I give myself permission to stop the things that are making it harder for me to solve this problem. I'm even allowed to stop help. That is not actually helpful. It can be hard to tell someone to stop helping us. They can perceive us as being ungrateful but if they want to be put off emotionally yeah because we we are asking them to stop. That is their choice. I am not responsible for their emotional state. I am not responsible to how they respond to me. I can acknowledge their intention. I can understand where they are coming from at the same time I can ask them to stop helping in an unhelpful way because I need to solve the problem at hand that means. I only need to allow him the things that are truly helpful if I need help. I'm allowed to ask for help in the specific way that is truly the helpful to me standing up for myself in this way it can be hard but dealing with the problem that is in front of me is harder in solving. My problem is more important. I'm allowed to ask for help. I'm allowed to turn unuseful help down because in the the end it is solving my problem which is important. I am not responsible for how others feel as I saw that problem. This is my problem and since I'm responsible for it. I'm allowed to make the best choices for me to solve that problem. I appreciate well-meaning incompetence. I can stop well-meaning incompetence because it is what is best for me. They st breath and I know how tricky this particular one is. Because oftentimes the people who offer the most unuseful help are often times the people who are closest to us who've been around us the most and so the relationship complicates our ability to stand up for ourselves into thank them but also not to take their help and not to take their advice in the short term it is harder in it is painful and it can be complicating to do that but in the long term it's more important for us to be able to solve the problems that are in front of us especially especially the really big problems in a way we're not also having to fight and work against the well meaning incompetence. It's a really subtle topic questions about I'd love to hear from you. Please reach out gene G in e tapping q eight dot com or you can leave a comment on the website below the audio. If you give this a try at love to hear how it worked out for you just shoot me know also on the website include contact link if you download the free tapping Q. and A. APP which is available on on Android and apple devices. If you click on the context section you can send me an email. You can send me a voicemail right from inside of the APP. I'd love to hear how this works for you. Who Am I love to hear your response to this idea of well meaning incompetence and what your experience has been with that if you know someone in your life who is going through something really difficult and they're having to face lots of people in their life being helpful in a way that isn't actually helpful. Please be bastard. Pass this along. Remember our goal. All this year is to get nine new people as a community tapping but if we do that we're going to have over three thousand new tappers over the course of this calendar year in the world will be happier healthier place if we make three thousand people's lives easier to navigate day today by offering this amazing power of tapping with them don't spam inbox but if you know one or two people pass it along the most common way people find audio podcast is from recommendation of a friend because they already trust you and you can offer it to them in a way that is useful and as you offer it to them say hey. This is something that might be helpful and if it's not a good fit for you I understand so we're actually giving them an out. They don't have to consume what we're sharing that we can offer things in a way and say let me know how. I can be helpful if this is not a way that is helpful for you you. If you haven't done so already you can subscribe to the podcast every single episode when they're produced and have access to the entire back catalogue end in podcasting terms when we say subscribe it is actually free. Yes there are no platforms out there that have premium content that you have to pay for but most podcasts in the podcast ecosystem are free so if you go to Apple Apple podcast. Google podcasts spotify Pandora Stitcher or anywhere that you consume audio online you can find tapping Q. and A. podcast. Subscribe describe or follow on those platforms. Whatever makes the most sense for you for the tapping Cuban any podcast. This is Jean Mantra Stella. I hope you have a great day and I I will talk real soon by the topic. Cuny podcast is copyright gene mantra steadily tapping eight two thousand sixteen all views expressed expressed by guests are those the guest and not necessarily of g mantra steadily tapping. QNA

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Paris On $1 A Day

Come Fly With Me

16:26 min | 2 years ago

Paris On $1 A Day

"It was getting cold and dark with a Parisian rain approaching. We were trapped in the city of a million dead with a high wall containing us ran along the wall looking for something to help us up. Iraq, a ladder at stone. Nothing. Mean girls, Lila slow? Tickets to paradise and make it snappy. Attention. Passengers we need another volunteer. Hello and welcome to come fly with me and other travel mischief, I'm John lamb dis. And these are my personal travel stories of adventure, mayhem foolishness and swinging through the jungle of life. Mesa me, my friends off to Bellevue where I get into difficulty. I'm young I'm stupid and managed to get myself. Stuck inside a cemetery with literally million others, but they're dead. What's my excuse? Harris on a dollar a day. Ever get trapped in a cemetery ever get trapped in a cemetery surrounded by celebrities. Would have been cool if they'd been alive, I could have gotten to know them. Swap stories joke about our shared adventure. You know, keep in touch alas. They were all buried or in Muslims. He's were major empire class celebs fame throughout the world and time we took me folks, like Proust's Balzac, della Edith, Piaf Oscar Wilde, Frederic Chopin, and Jim. So there we were trapped in Perlis Hsieh's, the largest cemetery in Paris, and the most populated this particular evening. The population was up by to me, and my friend kiva being fools week nor the guards insistent whistles, signaling closing time. We wanted to visit just one more luminary, and then just one more. Plus, we still hadn't found Jim we figured if they really meant it. They would come find us. But they're really did mean it, and they went home for dinner blocking us in. So this is how things worked in the so-called nanny state. He didn't take personal responsibility. Nanny split. Every young writer wants to write in Paris, the streets lane still vibrate with the energy of history's dreamers ever. Have a chance to go there in Rome, I suggest you do at any age. Paris za gift you deserve it. I was actually following in Keita's footsteps as he had already been living in Paris, a few months when I arrived. I have to say that year. It always stayed with him because I lived on nothing. And I had a great time. I mean, we were just living mattress on the floor and a light. And I you know, somehow, I wasn't having. I don't know. Somehow, you're in Paris. So it all and everyone speaking, French, French, Frenchwoman everywhere. So sure, okay. Even a wannabe screenwriter like myself all the suitcase to the city of light back in my twenties. Thanks to kiva. Who was somehow always connected with someone who knew someone I got my selfish Shurmur the bun amaze room at the top of beautiful building in the aether on these mon- not far from the parasol. Bre the room was free. But the deal was once or twice a week. I would go downstairs to a fancy apartment to just the owners Louis the fifteenth antiques, so I was sort of their made American also for amusement, the lady of the house would have me practice, my French which was a catastrophic, but she was very patient. This was such a sweet deal for me. Plus they had a student card that entitlement to one dollar meals at various student cafeterias around the city. So there you have it para son at dollar day. Okay. Maybe was more like three dollars with lunch and a trip to the participants. But it's still lessening order of French fries. Kiva Kim pretty close to stick. To that daily allowance. I think I was there for nine months, my twelve hundred dollars or something like that. I think that's all I have. And I think I made it lasts for nine months. We had this city wired, even our entertainment was free. We had learned practiced and perfected the fine art of second acting. You know, that's where you wait for the intermission of your favorite show concert or opera performance, and you casually walk up blend in with the crowd and shuffling side. Once in the theater, you hang back a little scope at an empty seat and Vala you're in safe. I see. Live near the Paris opera did this on a regular basis. Consequently, I got experience the back cabs of numerous operas this meant as soon as the curtain rose we were already in the middle of some big dramatic conflict. Someone was already dead or dying or betrayal loss love or want. Destruction was imminent. It was like operas greatest hits. Also described my take on Paris. It was home to passions greatest hits. This was a landscaped pulsing with the history of yearnings, desires, revolutions and great love affairs. All presented in colorized movie of boulevards parks and rooftops. Paris was so vibrant, it even transcend at its own inhabitants. Most frankly didn't seem worthy of such as blind situation. There were just too grumpy any get it could you live here at not be happy. But perhaps Paris's more than anyone can absorb live up to. I was just trying to be worthy of my literary surroundings with my little screenplays written in my Shurmur debone, but they didn't seem to measure up. I had expected Paris to inspire me. Instead I felt toward by its grandeur. So I would go out and indulge in other Claire ghetto pity for or panel, sharper, not particular. Oh, but I wrote and gave it my daily best on a dollar or two or three. One of us had heard about perilous says there was supposed to be all sorts of famous people there artists writers musicians philosophers generals, scientists prime ministers, and Jim so in the Parisian spirit of free entertainment kiva, I decided to pay homage to these famous talented, gifted souls, and really really CGM. He was after all the lead singer for the doors. Walking the pads parallel Hsieh's was like taking a tour and cultural literacy here was Oscar Wilde and here was kerchief Stein. And Alice veto Klis, the novelist Colette singer Edith, PF filmmakers, George malay-, the composer Frederic Chopin an easily when others. The cemetery wasn't always a popular with celebs or anyone for that matter established by Napoleon in eighteen o four. It was considered to be way out in Inle sticks at the time. So a little marketing was an order, the remains of certain famed French artists transferred to the cemetery, including that if French playwright Moliere considered to be perhaps the greatest master of comedy the plan worked like a charm in soon. People relining up to reserve their burial plots development of which Moliere, no doubt would have taken wicked pleasure. Kiva explored the lanes of Perez. We walked amongst the one billion that had by then populated these blessed rose, we'd spotting out famous names is if he were tasked with the invite list for gala of all time, high achievers, I see Balzac dig Liani, Sarah Bernhardt, Camille, Pissarro, Richard, right? Row scene. And so on. But no Jin. We heard wishes blow not far off the guards were coming around waving to us five o'clock or more accurately seventeen hundred hours more accurately, still descend closing time. We were young leads in Paris. And we'd come to see Jim besides we were Americans. We wanted to see our countrymen in any way. No one's going anywhere. Right. Ha responded assign actually it was really a defacement someone had spray painted in orange paint on some unfinished persons headstone in English this way to Jim they had ended a helpful spray. Painted arrow. We follow the signs direction, which took us to yet more spray painted signs, which we followed. I was glad we were close, but unsettled at someone probably in American had so thoughtlessly defaced others graves. It wasn't the sixties any more even the seventies. A few years earlier. I would have just laughed and nothing more. Now, I left, but there was something more. In van we were there before a slate. Gyms grave. Doubt in vandalized people had lift bottles up on stone either as a tribute because they simply finished their drinks. When I remember when we were reached the grave was a bottle of Jack Daniels on his grave. I just remember the feeling of it. The Jack Daniels American flag Jack on those bottle with half open. It wasn't like oh it was. It was anyone who came upon. It was allowed to drink from. It wasn't a fan. You know, it was the opposite of Oscar Wilde grade, which was this massive are deco beautiful. You couldn't miss Oscar Wilde grave and Jim's was almost nothing. It had taken the two of us rather Byzantine unexpected route to get here the same could be said for Jim he'd been in Paris for several months to join the longtime girlfriend there one night in nineteen seventy-one. He was found dead in the bathtub. It might have been a heart attack or an overdose. There are many theories. But no autopsy within three days the rock legend was interred at the spot. The wind was picking up. It was time to go. We quickly retraced her steps. Among the anonymous in the. Immortal. But when we reached the exit or not the gates wouldn't budge something was wrong with them. They just wouldn't open. It took a few moments for us to realize the gates were in perfect working order. They were simply locked, and we were the ones out of order still not accepting adult reality, we tried it onto the next exit. Same thing. Locked tight we looked around their head to be a night watchman. Right. We try to the rose looking for a body that was still standing, but we appear to be alone sort of had to be a gatekeeper or someone there. Yeah. I guess that's awfully that. There wasn't anyone around from the inside that you could talk to you think there'd be a grace keeping what that you don't. They have that job. The wind gusted on Q gothic novel. I told kiva no uncertain terms that rain was coming who surprised at my shirty. But I had no mysterious insight at merely grown up in New York where we had weather like Paris being in LA boy Cuban didn't know the signs of oncoming weather. But he was impressed. I was just worried it was getting cold and dark with a Parisian rain approaching. We were trapped in the city of a million dead with a high wall containing us. Okay. There was nothing to worry about. We just had to get over the wall. Who's only about ten feet. Maybe twelve we quickly picked a spot and tried grappling are way up. But there are no good handholds wrong. Spot. We ran along the wall looking for something to help us up. Iraq a ladder. Headstone nothing. Finally, we found a place, but some bricks jutting out this could be a handhold. Light rain had started one of us suggested give the other a foothold the shoulder something I stepped onto kiva is interlaced fingers, scratch my way up the wall and reached up for the brick. It was a long way in the brick with slippery with the rain kiva pushed I pulled gravity wasn't about to help us. Wasn't it? Obvious gravity had the final word in a place like this inviting us to stay. I wasn't budging and time was slowing down. Einstein was right ravaged did slow time is unsigned varied here trapped wet now stuck I hug the wall. I needed just one final push to haul myself to the top came from somewhere. I don't know perhaps I get a boost from some Kylie souls below. But I found myself sitting on top of the wall. Now, pulling kiva a pitch me perched on that wall. Overlooking the darkening city below we laughed we head escaped we'd beaten, gravity, the rain. Rain the guards our own stupidity. And we'd even thumbed their noses gyms infamous line five to one baby. One in five. No one here gets out a lot. We had. Dropping down to the other side of the wall back into the Paris of the living. We ran into the wet streets. Young men do. We would go on and Liber lives. Nelson. Missy Buk-ku Dana bul the MIT Symphony Orchestra, and Michael Hamburg, a big thanks to my good, buddy. Kiva an all of you for trumping through at Parisian cemetery with us it's comply with me and other travel mischief. Tell us about your own mischief at come fly dot net. Get a bunch more podcasts there for you. And you could always leave Petit bone critique on itunes in just two weeks. We traveled to South Korea and the shadowy world of the demilitarized zone. Bring your passport and behave yourself. I'm john. Larry's the guy. 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Mick Mountz

From Scratch

30:01 min | 2 months ago

Mick Mountz

"I'm just like a harris this from scratch. My guest is mick mounts. The founder of kiva systems a mobile robotics company that automates the fulfillment process kiva robots deliver inventories shelves to stationary human operators who then pick and pack the product and send it off for shipping. Mix started kiva systems in two thousand. Three and the company was acquired by amazon. For seven hundred and seventy five million dollars in spring two thousand twelve customers include diapers dot com and zepos. Both owned by amazon saks. Fifth avenue staples toys r. us and the gap among others prior to founding kiva. Mick worked in high tech product development at motorola apple and the online grocery company web then mic is a graduate of mit and harvard. Business school. welcome thank you. It's fun to beer and wanna start by understanding the traditional warehouse. Could you describe briefly. The day in the life of a warehouse worker traditional warehousing least what i was experiencing in the late nineties was characterized by a lot of conveyors forklifts and other static stationary shelving. Devices classically. a pig worker would grab a tote or a cart or some in some are f picking device that might be mounted to their wrist and they would follow the instructions and walked from location to location in the warehouse to find those items and sometimes they pick an order to timer multiple orders at a time. But they're going out to gather the inventory. Bring it back somebody else. Who's then it's going to do the pack out and when we started kiva We turn that whole equation on its head and said what if all of the inventory in the warehouse could walk and talk on its own. And just come to you. The pig kickback worker. I- typical pick worker can walk five to ten miles a day and spend seventy percent of their time walking around the warehouse. I've heard you say before that regarding the experience of a worker not only is this an unproductive way to fill orders. It's also an unfulfilling way to fill orders. Yeah it can be a kind of a rough job And we're talking about direct labor in the factory setting this probably being paid on the yoder ten twelve fourteen dollars an hour and it's interesting for a while but then it becomes pretty routine pretty quickly. Part of the unfulfilling part at is that a lot of the technologies in existing processes. Don't allow you to do your job. Well so you get to a location and you're supposed to get a red t-shirt and you're out of red t shirts and so then you end up spending all this extra time looking for. Where did they put the extra at t shirts. and when after we tried to change that whole equation with our approach with kiva systems Instead of the workers going to get the inventory the inventory comes to them. Can you describe that process briefly. Sure so instead of walking out to a location to get the t shirts we send mobile robots that travel on the ground out to get underneath a mobile. Shelving pod is an inventory pod that contains lots of different items we pick it up just an injured to off the ground and then we deliver drive that that shelving unit all the way over to where the pick workers standing and then they present themselves in a serial fashion in front of the pick worker. So that every six seconds they can reach out their hand and pick another item of inventory. It allows the pick worker access to every single item of the inventory without moving their feet. How fast to these robots move around the warehouse. What's the miles mph. It's interesting super slow. What we did as model the robots after the Speeded that humans would be walking say for example in a grocery store about three feet per second and so when you see a bunch of them in the building. They're all kind of moving at a walking pace Yet they're getting a lot of work done very quickly. Because of the human operator experience a continuous pick face in front of them. The warehouses look like a a mini city on a grid system. It's like a traffic like cars. Moving around how much did maps and the idea of automobile traffic play into your vision of what the warehouses would look like the way we approach. It is less about Like highway traffic and more about just a reservation based system so as they drive. They're reserving small stickers in this grid system and as they get to the next year they released elastic or our software. Control system is probably more better described as an air traffic control system which is deciding who gets to go when where and why and then creates this fluid set of motion amongst all of the robots. Where does the name kiva come from. It's it is a hopi indian word that means meeting place of the ant people or loosely ant colony and so we we use the term kiva because our original logo was an aunt carrying package. He kind of like the answer. The colony at your picnic that carries off all of your food also answer complex organisms Who are are very strong. I think an aunt can carry multiple times. Its weight true. I hadn't thought about the individual ants. Strength analogy Until you pointed it out but yeah i robots way about two hundred and fifty pounds and they carry a thousand pound payload around of shelving but the real metaphor that that i like is at the systems. Level of an ant colony is a very robust. And it's really hard to kill once you get answering your kitchen really hard to get rid of them so we are similar. Our approach to solving this warehouse inventory. Picking problem is to use Low hundreds and thousands if not thousands of robots in building all with a little bit of information but collectively very capable of getting the work done and very robust. The things that kiva systems do does is track the popularity of a product. So let's say it's valentine's day They'll be more pink candies being procured or fulfilled Than a christmas time so the robots are able to The shelves are able to be moved to farther away from the human operators than those products. That are more popular. That's right one of the side effects of making everything mobile in the warehouse is that you can now dynamically adaptively tune the layout of the warehouse and so as more chaki. Pink candy is being ordered all that stuff kind of moves to the front of the warehouse but the day after valentine's day as nobody's ordering that stuff it starts to drift to the back of the warehouse and get out of the way and traditional warehouses would a tackle that problem by bringing a crew of humans in over the weekend to re slot the warehouse and move all that stuff around in our system. It just happens automatically to talk about the cost of the robots a startup kit for for these robots. You know one to two million dollars and if you have a warehouse of let's say thousand robots that's close to twenty million dollars and it takes you know six months to plan and set up the grid system. How did you justify the cost to potential customers. In the early days there is a pretty well known kind of trade-off which we call the two year cap backs versus op x. tradeoff Gladly spend a million dollars. If i'm going to save five hundred thousand dollars a year for the next two years and if you can hit that two. Year cap affects tradeoff The automation projects tend to get approved pretty quickly and in our case to bring this disruptive solution to market we had to do a lot of innovation around the business itself we had to approach the are potential clients with brand new pricing model. That took the risk out of the equation for them. So whenever thinking about converting from a conveyor based system to akiva we would. We knew it would work but they didn't. They weren't quite so comfortable. So we'd say look if you if we could all the way to the end and you still don't like it you can send back you mentioned disruption kiva is a disruptive technology it's not just a bunch of robots delivering products in a traditional warehouse. You'd have changed the paradigm of the warehouse. What what other companies did you do. Look to who had been equally disruptive in their own industries. There's a lot along the way we used to think about. Who else has dealt with similar disruptive challenges when they grew their business and companies like southwest airlines come to mind people always laugh about low-cost southwest airlines but yet it's the only profitable airline over an extended ten to fifteen year period. And how do they do that. Well they just take a very robust and simple approach. The one aircraft seven thirty seven for all their flights It originally had a open seating policy so people really would hustle to get in and get their seats and they took a very fun approach to flying to another one. We always used to talk about was Fedex today think about the ability to overnight a package From any almost anywhere in the world next day and that capability didn't exist twenty or thirty years. Yeah it was unheard-of. We were talking about convincing. Customers to to adopt kiva and your first customer was staples. How did that happen the introduction. So we were. We identified stables as a likely consumer of the kiva solution and we had emailed into just about everybody. We knew from every angle over there without much without much success But when we were out seeking Venture funding The team at bain capital actually Was able to introduce us to staples bank. Capital was your investor. But they weren't among the early investors whom you approached You got about a hundred nos before you finally met them. What was the appetite among. Venture capitalists when you're presenting this idea the Yeah first few years would have been two thousand and two and two thousand three. I was still living in palo. Alto in the bay area. And so naturally i was traveling sandhill road meeting with a lot of venture teams out there and You know it wasn't a great time for raising money. They were still licking their wounds from the dot com crash of two thousand and one And we were a hardware play and so at this point they were looking for the next Software company or some internet type play that could grow quickly unlimited amount of capital and so Yes to your point. We had the door closed in our face quite a bit and they used to say things like you're going to need one hundred million dollars to get this thing to cash flow break even And then some so. I became convinced. Actually in those early years that Maybe venture capital was not the right funding model for kiva the this capital intensive business so i ended up working my network friends of friends to find some Investors that got it and that wanted to take a risk. I managed to meet up with a gentleman named sam kinney who was one of the co founders of free markets which was a nine hundred ninety nine very successful Internet startup anyway. I met up with him He introduced me to additional Co founders and early Employees of free markets and. We started to put together kind of a one point. Six million dollars series around to get the company to do. Do a proof of concept. How firm was your conviction that that you thought this was viable and this would work especially in the face of multiple knows. I knew that it could work But you know as First time entrepreneurs ceo. All that stuff I probably didn't appreciate all of the challenge that were that. Were going to be involved in building the company but you have that kind of that naievety. That actually makes you think you can do it. Which is useful very useful. Actually so wanna talk some more about the early days of the company you or sleeping on friends' couches and what was your burn rate personally. Burn rate on on me. Physically burn rate cash. Wise the checkbook. All of that you tell me So the reason. I was sleeping on people's couches because i was keeping the burn rate near zero I remember in that year. I think it was in two thousand and three something like three hundred days on the road that year. Two hundred and ninety nine on other people's beds or couches and one one night in a red roof in because i just couldn't drive any further and had to pull over and it said twenty nine ninety nine for the night. That's what was your social life at the time with such a nomadic acceptance. I was single Dating at the time. So i didn't have a lot. That tied me down are restricted. Me from kind of taking this Leave with both feet. We talked before about staples being a your first customer. How important was that. In being a catalyst for other retailers to come on board so staples very interesting story We had identified a list of about twenty five customers that we just thought if all of these customers are using kiva than we've arrived and staples was on that list and we were pleasantly surprised at the conversation when they came by only kind of in the ensuing year. Did we put together the reasons why they acted so quickly. But they were in a hyper competitive space. This office supplies and it was them against office depot against office max against corporate express. All of these guys are effectively selling the same three m yellow post it notes and red pens and so how do you differentiate in that in that environment. Well it's through your pick. Pack and ship fulfillment capability and so staple saw our stuff and thought jeeze. If this works we probably ought to know about it and wouldn't it be great if office depot didn't know about it and so in that competitive context. They move very quickly to try it. and then we quickly followed with walgreens Later with zap osa gap. And some others. And i think There was a critical mass building. You could see some of the leading online retailers using our stuff and so that became kind of a self-fulfilling thing where most people who wanted to solve this problem would come and talk to us because we had all the key. The key accounts there were other people Who started kiva with you including p warming and raffaello de andrea. had you know them so Pete werman is my roommate from mit. He was teaching computer science as a related to ecommerce and he knew exactly how to make this thing. Work from a software standpoint and i met raff Through another friend of ours. Maryland vander meal and who was sitting across the hall from him at cornell as a professor by showed him what we wanted to do with these robots and this built on everything that he had been doing in his academic career with controlling complex systems. He's a controls expert. That can make These systems operate robustly one example of a robot that he built his a soccer robot. That's right. you'd put five autonomous robots on on a little mini soccer field against some other university and ten robots would go at it autonomously and his robocup teams at cornell. Were winning every year. And when i showed raff what we're working on it was almost like falling off a log. Compared to playing soccer we had a controlled environment. We can put down a grid. Nobody can go in there. There's no opponent that you have to out. Guess you just have to control these things so he signed up pretty quickly. You mentioned that one of your co founders was your roommate at mit. You've had a couple of other friends join the company And and also family members your father Worked at the company. What was his role. That's right so i would talk to my dad about every other weekend and i could tell he was getting more and more interested and getting kind of sucked into the process and in one day. I just said hey. Why don't you just stop what you're doing and just move out. He was in phoenix at the time. Move out to boston and work on this. It'd be much more fun you can do it. Full time I don't have to call you every sunday. So he took me up on it and came out worked in our supply chain group using his logistics background. You have one sister. Who's a helicopter pilot for the military. But you have another. Your older sister has joined kiva She was a part time assistant in our hr team For a number of years and my brother in law her husband had a phd in robot path. Planning go figure so he and my sister cindy and family moved from the chicago area to boston. She was the sole person in our. Hr department almost up until like employee number one hundred all part time. I'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is mick mounts. Founder of kiva systems a mobile robotics fulfillment company customers include crate and barrel timberland the gap and staples kiva systems was acquired by amazon in spring. Two thousand twelve for seven hundred and seventy five million dollars incidentally in two thousand eight. You're watching the beijing olympics. And you've you've mentioned that the opening ceremony was in some way a parallel to what you were doing at kiva. Always that right so in two thousand and eight and my wife. And i are watching the beijing opening ceremonies on tv and they show Two thousand people on the stadium floor making art. And i said to my wife that was the idea for kiva. Just put lots and lots of the warehouse floor and they can do some very interesting collaborative of course we didn't abusing people easy robots to do it But i was fascinated by the opening ceremonies there because they were able to make some incredible artwork. And i was told it was all done Without computers but just peer to peer with them working out amongst themselves and coordinating. I wanna go back to win. You hatched the idea for kiva. You had been working at web zan. Which is the online grocery delivery company that raised hundreds of millions of dollars of venture capital and went bankrupt Perhaps because they were too early for their time and they didn't have this logistics framework baked into it. Could you describe how you came up with the idea briefly. Sure i mean th My experience at web and was the genesis That's where i was able to experience. At least the problem hand. That company was taking online grocery orders. Much like a peapod or in new york city a freshdirect and what would happen is the cost of fulfilling the order delivering the order and and having the customer support relationship those total costs would completely overwhelmed the margin on that grocery order than so clearly a key part of the reason the company went out of business was it was losing money on every order and my job at web was to think about next generation fulfillment solutions the e. Internet was new e was new. There hasn't been much kind of cleaned thinking around a mean to get one green. You know one green t shirt one to toothpaste one can of soup in a in a tote a boxer a bag so this notion of each based picking i felt was unsolved and You know iraq my brain for a year over there trying to think about how to do this. The existing solutions just didn't stack up in about a year and a half later It was still bugging me. And that's how i when. That's when i really got started on the problem. We talked about a web. Vans influence on on cuba's development but you also worked at apple a starting in nineteen ninety six. You're at apple for about three years and You you were helping to move technology onto their desktop platform. This is also when steve jobs returned to apple. Similar to apple Akiva you really control. Every step of the of the product chain of the design the aesthetic the software the robot operators the stickers everything from cradle to grave and that's somewhat reflective of. What apple did can you explain that for shatter linkage. That's that's right so we're bringing very complex solution to market and we're going to put this in a customer's warehouse so it just has to work and so we decided to take the same approach. That apple did when they would develop a technology like the original ipod. For example the reason it was in some sense so successful is apple not only made the ipod but they were involved in the usb interface to the mac they made the logic board for the mac. They made the operating system that ran on the logic board and they made the. I tuned software that connect to the pot so rather than having to think through and deal with all those technologies that consumer was able to just listen to music. What are some of your memories of steve jobs like. Are there any random stories that that come to mind from those days. You know You just you learn a lot through osmosis when you see somebody like that. And i kind of had a front row seat for the turnaround. In when he got back in ninety seven the company was working on all kinds of different projects. And one of the things i remember. Was that meeting where he ruled out the new two by two We make desktops portables and we make consumer professional. And if you're not in one of those four boxes you can leave everything else going to be. She is going to be shuttered. And luckily i was in the desktop a professional box and then he said in that same meeting So which one of these are we. We have this product this. What are we missing. We're missing the consumer desktop. And so he had already developed the thesis and was working on his i. Mac of vision What else remember about those days at apple is everything. Became even more secret and super-secret And so i would You know the guy in the product marketing manager in the office next to me would be working on the i mac and couldn't tell me anything about it whereas only a year earlier. We were all working on these projects together and sharing experiences. How did you feel about that that level of secrecy within the same company. It was different but it was completely understood. That jeeze if In i i if your customer that another the next version of the product is coming out. They're not going to buy the current version so it was understood. Why any other anecdotes impressions of him or well. When i was working there i used to tell my friends in the bay area is very interesting. Because he's so smart in his you know his passion and vision for the industry is really compelling but i think he succeeds despite himself and that you know with dismore changes to the way he treats people where leads he could be even even more effective. You founded kiva systems in two thousand three and were acquired by amazon in two thousand twelve. And how did that acquisition happen did. Did they approach you Were they accustom of your customer of yours. To begin with amazon was not amazon. Directly was not a customer of kiva in fact. That was the number one question that we would get from other clients or prospective investors was. Hey why's amazon using this but In our sales efforts we would make the kind of annual trip out to seattle to try to convince amazon that they ought to use Akiva system in one of their warehouses for pick pack and ship in in two thousand and twelve. The conversation got more interesting as they. They said yeah they said okay. But if we're going to do that we'd like to own the whole company. Did you think that maybe they would try to build it themselves in house That's a real. That's always a real possibility. But i wasn't worried about that Because we'd been at it for say eight or nine years at that point and we developed at janus portfolio of pans. And we've solved a lot of heart problems so even patents aside some of the things we figured out how to do are very hard to learn. And so given that technology challenge. We weren't too worried about other people copying at the time Amazon acquired you. You had been fulfilling orders for diapers dot com and zepos who our own on by amazon. So perhaps that helped did did help. We think it helped so for a moment there. We thought about changing our marketing tagline to say by akiva get bought by amazon. We didn't end up doing that because then of course it happen to us. I'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is mick mounts. The founder of kiva systems a mobile robotics company that automates the warehouse fulfillment process. I wanna talk about your your childhood. Where did you grow up. So i was born in frankfurt germany Us army hospital might folks were in the. My dad was in the military. So we had that classic Army brat upbringing where we were moving every couple of years. Somewhere new I think i had Nine different schools by the time. I finished high school or twelfth grade. What kind of child were you. What kind of kid real. I guess the funny. The funniest thing i can think about my childhood was When i was an adult already in my twenties i took the myers briggs test and it comes out e. n. t. j. what is now. Ent p so. Ian tj is classic leader profile. Where people who run companies but. I'm not that. I'm e. N. t. p. Which the the tagline for that personality type was called one exciting challenge after another and i was showing it to my folks This is what is supposedly this personality. And they started reading it and they burst out laughing at the paragraph where it said as child the e n t p when asked to take out the trash will spend the next two days trying to invent a system for the trash to take out itself rather than disjointed. You're and so they're like that's you. That's absolutely you along those lines. You tried to create when you were eleven years old and automated process for doing your homework rather than you doing it yourself. My mom later. When i was running kiva sent me some old little clippings from the scrapbook kind of stuff that said It was an essay. What do you want to invent. And i wanted to invent a machine that would do all my homework and i feel like that was actually what i ended up. Working on an apple was my homework machine. The mac your parents were in the military. How were they as parents were were they militaristic or Quite probably quite the opposite. They just gave us a ton of support for whatever it was that we were interested in. So you know my my father and my mother were role models and an influential inspirational in different ways. So my dad was the kind of hard work. Work ethic always had to be doing something productive and then he also taught me sports right so he was a college football player at the university of illinois and i developed a love of sports by hanging out with him and then my mother had a scientific curiosity so she would take me for example into the laundry room at age seven and turn out the lights to say watch this open the the dryer drawer and drier door and and all the clothes would spark she was pulling them out and so there was a lot of little memories like that that contributed i think to both My competitive kind of up. Mike competitive nature through playing sports and working hard and then my scientific curiosity that my mother kind of instilled you used to exercise a lot before you started kiva and having kids because they have no time you did yoga. You played baseball at mit. For four years. You ran triathlons. It kind of goes away when you when you have a startup and you're doing eighty to a hundred hours a week but and So i was fortunate in that my early few years at kiva with my schedule i could really get in great shape and i was in great shape when i started the company and of course now with three little ones at home My priority is to try to get some time with them in the morning and in the evening before they get to bed. I've been told that you That you also drink a lot of coffee. Just how much are we talking. Also the coffee at the caffeine is a Mental stimulus for me. I actually did an experiment one year where i tried to go A whole year without caffeine and without alcohol and it turns out. I ended up going a year and a half with al gore. Didn't miss it didn't need it. But the caffeine for after four months i could barely complete a sentence and so head start drinking coffee again So have a couple of cups of coffee in the morning kind of the perpetual cup and then switched maybe one or two mountain dews in the afternoon now because of caffeine and sugar. I guess but then i need to sugar too. And you like lucky. Charms cereal Yes there was a period there when we were getting the company going that i felt that not only lucky. Charms is a nutritious breakfast but that it was having some impact on our ability to win. New deals will thank you very much for joining us. Thanks it was pleasure to be here. Megan has been mic mounts. The co founder of kiva. I'm jessica harris. This is from scratch.

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iOS Interview Questions For Senior Developers in 2020 Part 2

Inside iOS Dev

15:00 min | 1 year ago

iOS Interview Questions For Senior Developers in 2020 Part 2

"You're listening to inside. Iowa's Dev shod Real World Iowa's development two day with you your host Alex Bush and today's episode as part two to the previous episode about IOS interview questions for Senior Developers in two thousand twenty. The article that I wrote S- and this is the part two episode where I'm covering article so in this one. I'm going over questions next question. So we'll start with question number four. What is what is NBC? It's a very fundamental question again. Even though it's very basic question senior developers also need to know about and expected to give more detail on the show more depth of knowledge of such basic questions so NBC stands for Model View Controller. Software Design Pattern apple adopted. It came from small talk. Apple adopted its towards their own. Had has has its own reincarnation of it Model is responsible for data controller is responsible or views responsible rendering the dates and getting input from the user and control are supposed to glue views and models together right and be this coordinator control right at the end of the day. Apples flavor of it is More view skewed towards the view. That's why wouldn't really have controllers. Who Have you controllers what you should know? Besides there's this basics That that I just covered you also need to know and understand that model view controller. Nbc is not your application architecture. That's just a design pattern foot of you and if you want to architecture application especially architectures for scale you probably should go for something something else. Something with more flexibility. Something's more advanced at least. I'M VM MVP COORDINATOR. Design pattern or go for a heavy duty architectures such as viper and ribs but again as a as a senior developer. You should be aware of that so erratic flag that could raise here as well simply not knowing what an NBC is right. What what it stands for. And what that's fundamental Basic design pattern of APP Iowa's Apple Development in general I think they use it on all the platforms but nevertheless I again as I mentioned already as a senior. Dev rather the expectation is that you know. Other design patterns and architectures for further reading. Look at Apple. Apples article on their developer portal. It's called model dash view controller Then ABC's Dotto has a great article Cold lighter view controllers. It's from one of their previous issues of Went UP CIO. Had this Monthly I believe issue of their articles. Then there's another article on a con Lou con Lou. I think that's how I say it that come about massive you controller. Kennedy shoes with NBC. Another one is on a Napa soda actual this podcast inside. Iowa's Dev where and I covered the the issues with controller skull the problem with the problems with controllers another article you could read introduction to n. b. b. m. that's also obviously that article And then another episode of this podcast view models to the rescue As far as I recall Andrew in that episode. Goes over a great example of where? Mvp and could could save your bacon in the overblown view controller. Massive you controller code base and another article could read up on a model view presenter. It's MVP by Martin Fowler. It's on his website. March and following dot com. And as usual. You you'll find those links south. Put Him the Up put the link to the article in the show notes and they're in the further reading for that question. You can find links to those articles that I mentioned. The next question is number five. What do you know about? Singleton's where would you use one? And where would you not Singles Singleton Severi? It's very common design pattern. It'S CONSIDERED TO BE CO CORE. Competencies design pattern and it's used everywhere throughout all of the apple examples and They they actually utilizing soon bilton themselves in the API COCA API that they provide a four us. This jar short answer. Singleton Is a class that returns only one. And the same instance no matter how many times you requested what it really means at the end of the day that you have a type but say networking services and you implement a static or property rather. I think that's typically the implementation called shared or something like that instance and then in there you basically cash that instance the very first time. It's accessed you initials it and then you cash it and that's it. And then every other time when the in through that static property the instances rick. The SINGLETON has requested to return the same instance Singled and Sarah unfortunately anti pattern. They have a lot of issues with them and specifically they encourage global states. The they they really did. Sir and there are a lot of issues with dependency injection they. They really don't help at all with it. They make it more difficult. They you have to tie things to specific concrete types instead of relying and interfaces things like that so and in general even though apple promotes it. I do not recommend using singleton's and I know it's a it's a kind of a debatable topic if you will but there are a lot of prominent articles written about by prominence experienced developers Basically kind of debunking if you will the design pattern than explaining why. It's an anti pattern. So the Rad flak for this question as well you should actually know what a singleton the is and how to implement it and how to work with it even though it's a necessary and or unfortunate evil quite often and for further reading to to kind of get into the details of why. I'm saying it's an anti pattern. There are two resources you could go for. One is actually episode of this podcast. Called Y Singleton are evil and another one is actually similar styles. Single single are evil. It's by you can find this article on Viki Dot C two DOT com. They cover it more. They're in in more details in an an unwrap all the issues with singles. So the next questions number six. What's different between delegates and TV? Oh so this is a this is also quite common question on on. Irs INTERVIEWS THE DETAILED. Yar The cute. Let's let's start with What what is Ki? Ki Ki all right cave your sense. Four key valley observation so delicate design pattern and Kiva observation both are techniques for to establish relationships between objects and delegates establishes and declares using the delegates. You declare one to one relationship using protocols delegate protocols and Dan with Kiva labs operation you declare and establish a many to many relationship using other techniques but mostly. It's a kind of declarative key valor. While the that that's in the name Kiva Observation and your keys likely will be there strings or I believe you could use like selectors or something about for but the idea is if you want to when he needs to pass a message from one object to another you need to be aware are you in which type of relationship you are. Do you want to just send that message to one object than its delegates you want you wanNA use. Delegate Design Pattern and that object that receives the message will have to implement that protocol a delegate protocol and the delegate t will have to have a reference to that object that implements that protocol and with Kiva labs operation. You and then another one is Kiva variation if you want to send a message. But they're multiple receivers You you you could use key validation and then broadcast message and then whoever's listening and the the the broadcaster doesn't need to know who's listening there's a need to have a reference to them and then the listeners subscribe using What is it called the default censure notifications something something like that object and then they they use that to subscribe to those broadcasts that other objects and broadcast messages. And then one or mania of those or non actually could be observing that those broadcasts. That's that's overall the difference there is another TV always a very rudimentary implementation of observable design pattern effectively. And the way better implementations are Rx swift and reactive coca and now we we have combined which does the same dose are functional. Reactive programming libraries. That health with Observable design pattern and this broadcasting in a one to many broadcasting a red flag for this question spoil essentially a season developer should really know Not only the difference between the two But also what are that you know? These are all implementations of observable design pattern and what other options such as combine our our our Rx swift that you have available to implement them further reading for this question. delegation article on on Apples. Dev Portal Key valley observing an S. hipster dot com articles pretty good overview of a key key cave you'll and I highly recommend looking at Two others reactive x dot. Io that's a rx not just Iraq swift but in general Rx reactive ex absurd observable simplemente Shen and fundamental documentation for it and then another one combined. Take a look it up. Apple's documentation on combined framework as I mentioned before f. r. p. implementation kind of covers a lot of it as well and the last question for today number seven. What design patterns are commonly used an IOS APPS? This is sort of. Yeah I mean this is more or less fundamental question. All the developers should know that the children for this is NBC. Singleton delegates and observable observer. Those are the core so called core. Competencies design patterns used in coca coca touch applications. I already covered Singleton Nbc and delegates an observer actual basically covered all of them in other questions. Red Flag for this essentially. When you're interviewers asking this type of question in one form or another basically what they wanna hear is something besides NBC right. They want to know if you know any other designed parents against such a singleton delegate and so on that are commonly used in Iowa's APPs all besides just NBC because Mec's just so basic For everyone and the for further reading model view controller article on Apple Steph portal and them apples Dev portal actually has a another article about core competencies designed parents. The articles called coca design patterns. You can find more more about them. They're all right guys That set for today. This was part. Two of Ios interview questions for senior developers. In Twenty twenty I will. I will do more episodes and cover more questions from from the article. I also wrote a book called the Iowa Interview Guide that covers this questions and many other questions. It breaks down into groups such as you I- questions fundamental questions storage questions and so on so if you're interested checked Lincoln to show notes. Yeah if you WANNA reach us you can tweet us at inside our dev or email us at at how low at inside. Iowa's DOT COM and I'll see you next time.

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #51: This Week in Rob & Akiva

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #51: This Week in Rob & Akiva

"The in every week Kiva need yeah. That's right Robin. Akiva need a podcast episode number fifty fifty one storm episode fifty one and boy. Have we got a great one for you today because coming off the heels of talking talking about Rob Schneider Schneider and Colleen Haskell in the animal we are back once again to talk about everything that's going on with if my co host and Co founder of Robin Akiva need a podcast who I a podcast with every single week not just in the last asked week of September every single year years the Great Akiva Winokur Kitahara you listen to the theme song I think he says every weekend better attack. No no you don't think so. What are you doing best stuff? No it's every talk show. I was just listening over this yeah. I think he's wrong. I think ISA's better attack. We're not playing it again. Everybody knows now. Did He. Say Robin Akiva comcast. I think that that is a question worth debating but now every every weekend we're recording a couple of days early. We're releasing on the weekend yeah whatever happened the should we play the remix. I mean people the the most feedback we got from last week's episode was that do not touch the altro. which is the perfect strangers altro? I was so does the perfect strangers theme Song Xavier Perfect Strangers the opening theme song has words clothing is Lord of like a Like Electric Guitar version of the some say tinny and yeah but people like that. I didn't realize I guess there's really no room for the the robina comcast remix right now okay all right. Maybe there was like an instrumental -Cremento version. Maybe if our good friend craigslist Carl might be able to make a remastered instrumental Altro to Rob Nikki you need to podcast That's a good idea work on the episode hundred okay all right Kiva last time on Robben Akiva need a podcast you I I watch the animal and suffered through that then we talked about it we had a jam packed mailbag we heard submissions from people's parents and then and we spun the wheel and the wheel came up with a coin flip you one was a half or what was the other thing on the coins some sort of Harper trumpet the Harp Yeah and you one and you could have picked anything anything off the wheel and so a Kiva you made us wait on pins and needles before ultimately announcing where we're going to do here today. What is today's podcast all about yeah well first of all we didn't really have any choices because because behind the scenes like row recording a couple of days after the last one very soon after the last one came out so a lot of the current things on the wheel have a big audience participation the patient element we just couldn't you couldn't really lock that in with forty eighth? I mean two hours notice so we went up and down the wheel and we found one thing that I'm hearing a lot of we the Royal Way yes okay. Why I mean listen? You could have been involved in this. Yes I send you an email sandwich pick and you said I don't know I said Cameo casts. No I asked you on the podcast what should pick because they send you an email with four choices and you're like yeah whatever you didn't you didn't answer which choice Yeah Cameo cast that its own series of problems which was I didn't think we can necessarily get the cameos in time and there was no way any listeners so you said you wanted to listeners to get as cameos. There was no that was going to happen. Yeah okay so we'll get. We'll get to it and maybe even next week but yes so I figured like what if we had one of the guest hosts do all the work over the weekend and they can you know they can put the podcast together without the requiring the help of fifty different listeners okay and so in case somebody started playing the podcast and didn't read the title. What is today's podcast about? It's called Robin Akiva shoot. What's it called this Robin Akiva? It's very late I recording this at two twenty six. Am For me right now this week in this week and Robin and what does that mean rob okay so we're going to be welcoming a guest to the podcast and we're not going to discuss whether or not we should have a guest and he's already here and we're going going to be bringing in the man who is the inventor of the this week in survivor history quiz to play a around today day of this week in rob and Akiva history. Please welcome the host of the this week in survivor history quiz quiz the great Mr Jordan K. Lash wow what a week for Jordan Kayla Ish. I know glad that glad to be here on the comcast. I've been listening. I've listened to fifty and a half of the Aria episodes. I still have the rest of last weeks to get to but a very excited to be here. I have a lot of great trivia questions so you guys Jordan. There's been fifty episodes. You're saying you've listened to fifty and a half episodes. I've listened to it wasn't that was there was one where we had the CY. We're going to do at the live show. Wheel number was like forty one a listen to fifty and he's he's. He didn't know he was right but I think they're usually coaches wrong. It's an accident there was also to episodes that we made before we actually came up with Robin and Kevin need a podcast. That's Canon or or not yeah. Those are the prequels yeah okay so Jordan. Kayla is here to also promote that he's going to be back on the survivor podcast. This season on John Rob has a podcast where he will be basically. We're trying out something new. We're bullpen the wiggle room. This season Akiva aware Wigley is gonNA come out. Throw an inning or two with Casey Kasem in the wand off and then Kahlil is coming out at our long man wait so you're gonNA have one five guests with Witoelar Kayla without at the same time again Wigley is going to he's our he's our opener. He's coming out wand off he's GonNa he's coming out of the bullpen. Throw in one hundred miles an hour and then we're going to then Kayla. She's gotta go. Six is kosher knuckleballer. This is this was supposed to the Bingo hormones roles. Yeah don't compare yourself. The Domingo's Nestor Cortes Stephen Target we. I don't know who is going to be now. Okay the Domingo Herrmann of podcasting Jordan okay all right all right Jordan. Can you explain what we're going to do here today. I can try so what we're going to do. I have a very detail notes here. I as you know I sent you a Google doc with. I believe thirty four audio clips so I have compiled based on the the episodes that you ended Akiva have done in your podcasting career this week in Robin Akiva history there were a lot of podcasts that you guys have done. There was one rene episode which was the May Twenty second one thousand nine hundred eight episode and there were six Seinfeld episodes we end up getting to five of them. Which which are the shower head the Non Fat Yogurt the Chinese restaurant and the finale so? I guess that's four K. Two there. There were six five of them. There were there were actually five and we got to force so keep us to skip one so boring answer. Well well I I. I didn't say this skip one. I said if you're running at a time because he did all this was running. He doesn't answer since you asked rob. Is that one week we happen happen to release an episode per tunes on a Sunday and Saturday so I figured the son was probably like Scott used to draw those episodes like one. Am Pacific that's really the previous this week's episode that okay we skipped a year. No Year we get we didn't do too and we we just did one in a week. Okay all right. We're represented twenty fourteen through two thousand eighteen eighteen. The only thing I did for the past was I went back and and and you know found which episodes because there were there were there were times where you and I would record no podcast. Are you coming thirty two fans or we do something else so I had to make sure that it never happened during this week turning this okay it did not and the week in question is the he last week of September every single year right correct so these days there's the twenty second through the twenty eighth. We also akitas birthday week. That's that's right. I wonder if that comes up in all five of these episodes yes and do you know what's very interesting to also Jimmy Autumn's birthday week Yeah Yeah Jenny Autumn Haley strong big birthday so the ups I said before it was the May Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety eight which actually included the the real run of the survivor. The sorry the seinfeld finale which is one of the episodes that you guys did this week and Robin Akiva all full circle very Meta Very Meta. We have a a lot of information and I like I. I think a message me on Thursday morning I saw in my when I woke up to go to work. Did you on and I can. I was like I had a very busy weekend. I was doing production on a fake survivor season which surprised surprised nobody Jordan every week rob but every time I speak to him he's working on a fake survivors these I think he has a fake job where he just feels to these. If you need Jordan Jordan manager fake survivor season is there keep it to win the invention of addiction. It's like Chester's charts. I think this point point. He's gone too far could you. Maybe like we also have to come with stakes for this game later so the stakes could be like Jordan messes up. He's banned for six months from fakes viruses. The ready messed up like twice in things that does that so. It's unlikely that I'm going to pitch a perfect game going report this but I did get a lot of help from from people in the community. I had Wolfram American Damian who Damian ex you cut the clips for me. I had Aryeh regular podcast listener Wolfram America. He called me out for questioning whether or not he listens to the show yes. Are you okay. Let's clasping Nick Fishermen Sean the Mailman Giovanni or Alana and Damian X. also listened to some of these episodes and wrote some questions for the so it was a team effort. We have fifty three questions which is much different than the seven survivor history yeah more than defenses rob fifty three questions. I told us for six hours twenty seven minutes to babysit while my wife goes the yoga so let's finish this. If all right here the way that this is GonNa work each each question is going to be worth one point. There may be a little bit of an exception to that and you'll see when we get a little bit further into the podcast but I think we should maybe be I don't know I don't think we're GONNA get all fifty three questions. I think that's GonNa take ways you long but if we cut it off when you guys are when you guys is your done other. When you guys are Die Rob Rob your one of your jobs as you decide how many questions we're gonNA? We'll get a feel for it. After all right. Maybe one of US early and sort of will have a magic number where rob I think fifty three is is a lot. Yes a lot is a lot okay all right so any other wrinkles to the game Jordan. Is there any sort of twist or is it just straight trivia know straight trivia. I there's there aren't going to be any questions where I don't read the multiple choice options that that is a rule from this week in survivor history ribbon not in this game so it's really pretty straightforward one point per question. There's going to be one round where you could potentially get two points on a question. We'll get to that when we get to that but so there is a little bit of a twist. Here's there are two categories that the questions are in categories. I have eight categories stories. There is one category that are questions about rob and only Akiva can answer that question those questions. There's also a category that's questions about Akiva and only rob can answer those questions okay now now. What should I have from you? What even so what I have from you is the extent of what I have from? You is one file called Clip thirty one. What's Nice share? Hold on let me I don't think now oh boy. I don't the only thing I have from you. Is One file called unless you have a fake name do you are you having unlike a going great suffer and you're all done. I don't know why that's okay. I'm adding you to the to the doctor do you have do you have a file. That has all the questions on Jordan I have. I have a file that has all the questions I had clips you. You only okay okay so this is you you have thirty four clicks now right so I open this or no lips thirty four clicks all the canal. I have all the clubs. Some there are some questions that don't have clips. They didn't need the clips when the way that it's GonNa work. After you answer a question that has clip I'll tell you to play the clip in the clip will reveal if you're are right or wrong. Okay just also that I feel like that this folder with the clips does it goes up to thirty four. I it starts with three. There's no seven or eight what there's no eleven or twelve year. It says wait a second. How is that maybe they're all news? Dell small uploading it's possible I am looking at clip. One through clip thirty. I opened refreshed into quick. Okay all right all right. We're good I. I think we got here. Okay all right. We ready to start. I'M READY TO START THE STAKES AKIVA sustain okay. Here's my proposal. Yes okay most recently. I lost a genie bet to Akiva when I launched the census which meant that I need to perform three husband genie wishes for my wife life that she can call in at any time yeah Akiva yeah I gotta get out double or nothing. Wife Genie wishes but nothing new six. What are you GONNA do? If you have to do something that I feel good what though you then you might have to do. Six Genie wishes I guess but three and six for me it's not can I just read some of the listeners suggestions sure then dollar lose to give each of his kids and wife and air horns that they could play until all the air is gone he also said the loser pays for the winner to take his wife at an uncharacteristically characteristically romantic in by Air Horn your kids would definitely want them expensive and romantic date it'd be funny if it was a romantic but not in as in prince could expensive like it has to be romantic but also the KFC game nine month. This is thirty me too fans sponsored by Robert's packets. I don't know what would would get if the thirty two fans for a month was sponsored by Rob podcast losers to watch the I animal again. That's fine lose us to leave the House for at least thirty minutes. Mike Bloom says that if IF I win if you if you win he says I have to go which I've previously refused to do on this history with Jordan Taylor turned down. I think four years in a row at but if so that's if you win and if I win I get to pick any guest. I want to be a guest on the show this year I I got a choice for it will not be me for a guest on on your show so you think like what would you pick if you if you one Nan wh wh- what would you pick the thing about it I mean maybe I had. Maybe you know it's for sale possibly veto power. He said also veto hammer so if you don't like so you know it could be for sale could sick shut up tim on you. Guys like you said okay well. This week is history. I Pick Sally Ali splashes friend Missy to be the guest definitely an option but veto watch survivor that was one of the issues is that she didn't watch for it. I don't know I don't know what TV shows missy watches definitely not survivor. I don't think I don't think Sally's splash being called splash around. Okay I think I think that's good. What do you think about that we could do or we can do? We can do your idea. We could do. Both whatever you want okay I want to do. Both we have double stakes sakes. I'm not losing today so whether you WanNa come on a much better memory than me and I have the three to forty disadvantage you also got sent the clips you might never cheated on any of these. I know you wouldn't but but your sound very detto double bets double bats so so what are the benefits all right. If you lose your you do not do any of you win you do not have to any wife Jeannie stakes but if you lose up to six wife Jeannie tasks and and then and also if you win the wife going to be so mad come downstairs time. Guess what I'm out. I'm out and I in a trivia contest. I don't have to do any wishes for you. Why if you were really not like you yeah now as opposed so now when she really really doesn't like I'm an per mike bloom? If I win I have to if you have to go on on twitch with Jordan cages appointees. He's pointing me off on you to me. That's the biggest prize I think I think a lot of Israeli win yeah and if I win I get to it could be missy could be shut up. Tim Rob does have veto power but you know within reason you can't be like like no don't pick Domingo Herrmann no domingo her mind. I mean Mitch Guard sauce if he's back on twitter wants the twins inevitably get swept first round of the playoffs in three games he could be my guess that'll be good yeah not like Edwin India's. Do you have to watch survivor to be on this weekend. Survivor histories that if we requisite it helps it helps to watch the show okay all right let's get into we got fifty three questions to get two thousand four hundred zero. Let's what's the over under right now in questions that you think we'll get to ten eighteen okay okay. Let's say Okay so rob. The categories like I said our Jordan Kayla is is is not known for his quick hosting work no definitely not but my my thorough hosting works sometimes. It's better to be thorough than quick rob. They'll know that yeah so here are the categories that you could choose from. We have rob questions. We Have Akiva questions only choose rob only rob could use AKIVA we have the episode of May Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety eight we have Seinfeld the shower head Seinfeld the nonfat yogurt Chinese restaurant the seinfeld finale and I can't believe just chester now all it is all stick with things about chester just questions yeah and there are different. Ah Mounts of questions on each of these categories. If you finish a category I'll close it out and you won't be able to go back and forth like jeopardy. I don't don't know what do you think I was going to go back and forth category that I can't answer the questions I still have to go back and forth right. I think we should go forth that was that's how I planned it are we can we each win points on any question or no. It's like Rob's question or Akiva question. No you could win. If you correct answer you get a point if you are there multiple choice for all of these none of these every single one is multiple choice choice fifty three multiple choice questions like like a biology teacher. I I have a print it out. It looks like it's the sat okay Chester. Take it this weekend yes and rubbed a better than me actually Chester I've live forget Bill Simmons and cousin Sal you play along and you tell us if you beat a bob or Akiva That's a good one yeah play along. Everyone can play along Johnny Diesel. There is GonNa grow Chester unstrapped do if he ends up losing US come back on social media. He's Social Media Terry and knowing all the groups where it's like you you ask a question chesser comes in with chart. They've been very inaccurate all right so I think it should be back and forth on the okay. That's how I planned it originally so oh who who wants to go I it doesn't really matter I okay I keep choose a category from the ones that I gave you choose a category. I'm I'M GONNA say May Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety eight episode okay their nap episode and you could choose a number from one through nine. You just just pick numbers if the random order so you know what's been yes good good job order. The questions get harder. Is it like two hundred hundred four hundred six hundred eight hundred no not at all okay. Yes then just going order Jordan okay so I'm GonNa go in order. It's completely random based on what category you pick so question number one what what slashed who does rob sarcastically say isn't self-referential enough on the episode. Is it a recap be. ESPN see Dan and the war dog to silva or d the ringer so this is one of the non audio questions. This is an audio question the the audio audio's was acquired clips are all answers. How do you like this okay now? That makes sense. I'm gonNA say the ringer because we talk about the episode five right we that's all we talked about the first few we out so a d the Ringer Rob Blake play clip number four okay. I feel like the one bad thing thing about the the ringer they don't talk enough about the ringer on social media and self-referential. I wonder works. There's a big star. Everyone wants to know more about like. I need to know more about what people are eating for lunch and everything that's going on officers. I wish they would do more of that yeah. Why is it so Akiva you get a good start? You did use this. I feel like you still talk a lot about Roger Sherman. I use them as an example if people don't care but then we re tweeted me this week so he now he's good okay all right rob you get to choose the the next question why don't we just stick with the instead had a balancing around APPs or yeah. Does that make sense Akiva. Yeah that's fine with me. Okay okay so let's do. Let's do like four Renault questions and then we'll switch or ORAPA. We'll get into question then we'll switch categories after that okay so this is number two what idea came up on the wheel at the end of the May twenty second one thousand nine hundred nap episode was in the wife swap quiz be your tweets trash see top tenor trash de Leprechaun so what came up on the wheel. What was the following following episode? The answer is a wife swap quiz final answer. You are correct. This one doesn't have a clip so you you got a point there. Yes the wife Sean Quiz came after the May Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety that whole question was what is episode six as opposed like remembering something from a year ago Okay Yeah so rob. I guess you get to choose the category now. Okay let's go to what's the furthest back one that you have the first of this back. We have actually episodes we have. I should've shower head to Nonfat yogurt Chinese restaurant. I guess Chinese restaurants restaurants the first one to Chinese restaurants so we're going to do two questions now from the Chinese for twenty fourteen eighteen. Yes okay at this game for Awhile Rob Yeah. This is our sixth birthday. Week of podcasting alright are alright so this question is for Akiva Akiva. How much money did Akiva what this is? This is poorly early word question as as stay in the pockets okay. How much money did a Kiva think you think someone would have to pay rob to stick his face in somebody soup and and blow is it a one hundred dollars be five thousand dollars see a million dollars d? He said rob never do it. I I mean I know which the numbers I use in. One of them is always a million so I'm going to say million okay. Let's go to clip number twenty nine for the for the answer. Okay seen from the Chinese restaurant restaurant. Here's what Akiva said. How much money would you need to seek? My face is somebody's soup and blow. I'd say probably at least I at least two hundred. I think you really what you would do it for. You would consider doing that. I the five thousand five thousand no I think you're being you're being too precious. Akiva a fat for a thousand dollars. You'RE GONNA over to somebody soup and blow in their soup. I mean who's the person are. They going to beat me up. Also how hot is the soup because it I I you know I wouldn't want to take scalding face burns for or two hundred dollars but you're gonNA give me two hundred dollars cash still do that practice. Is this you now or is this your in two thousand fourteen. I can't you can't tell me this tell yeah castle and sounds like it's awesome. Correct on Jan was was be five thousand that sound good podcast Akiva that talking about the Seinfeld podcasts that people will then begin to go back and re listen the the renowned stands realized that there is a whole back catalogue. I think you should one hundred eighty plus Robin Akiva episodes that are waiting for them to bench. Netflix should buy those does Netflix should purchase those who is really big into the other Seinfeld podcast. They had a documentary with them. I feel Netflix. We're there guys where I mean. What would it cost to buy us out on the Seinfeld Post Show Recap Archive? I mean if the flights offered one hundred dollars at the end of the day. I don't know why we think the soup right. I don't know why we are. They gonNA hosted for us. I think we'd pay them probably yeah it's just put it on the platform. We don't even care we would we would literally probably pay them if they and even the slightest bit of promotion okay all right so it's what one to one now. It's my question your question same category so what was is the Hashtag for this episode was at a Hashtag scrumptious be Hashtag Cartwright see Hashtag Seinfeld Four D. Hashtag. Rip Shea Stadium why would they have rip's Shea Stadium in a twenty fourteen Seinfeld podcast ask. I'll say it was scrumptious. Say you know what it is Makita. I think it's car right. I remember getting tweets after car right. I think we like up there. Hashtag Game Okay Yeah. It seems like that it's very on the nose for car car right. What's your clip number thirty one okay clip number thirty one in honor of Mike Piazza who closed out Shea stadium keeping the Hashtag for this episode? I think I think cartwright yeah. I think that's what I was gonNA say to car. Right is the Hash so basic so basic so on the nose I I remember getting couple tweets. We gotta get better hashtags than that. Not Proud not proud. We don't do tags on this show. We bring it back. We bring back saying we could do a Paul. We could do a poll for next last week Okay I. I you know we also need rob. Someone like I'd say a every technical third episode. I said we're going to do a poll but then by the time the episode comes out I don't WanNa do it right away because spoilers whatever and then I forget so I need a poll reminder whole reminder reminder seeking Paul Reminder for Renee okay. We're four questions chains in forty nine more to go. It's a one a one one game. We're all tied up so let's go with. I think I'm GONNA choose the categories for now I. I let you guys do it for the first two. It's it's worked out well but I'm going to change it up for whatever reason okay so this this this round. I'm going to have rob answer. A question about Akiva and Akiva will answer a question about rob so Akiva. You'RE GONNA get the first question it's this is one of my rob questions. I'M GONNA go with with this one. What was what was unknowingly a preview for the baby naming pod sorry in knowing shot in what was unknowingly England a preview for the baby naming podcast? What did rob say would be a good girl's name was it a Slovenia G Stonier see Latvia Jeroen Rohan? It's not row in. That'd be insane if it was rowing everybody there yeah I have no idea I don't remember this at all. I guess I'm GonNa say Slovenia now. Play Clip Clip number twelve. That is a beautiful name back so I like the country Slovene why I like Slovenia. I've never been there but I feel like that's a good name for a girl Slovenia. Yeah that's well that happens to be where Milan trump is from Slovenia yeah okay that'd be a good backup name. Wow kief really standing Malania back in two thousand fourteen that editor. That's the back story. I mean country. She's from that's not a backstory. It's like that's the one thing you knew Slovenia early like they had a guy. The Guy Likes Lot go. They had a soccer player who was like their best player. WHO's first and last name we're with Z's? That's why I remember wow yeah yeah Keefe two thousand fourteen. Keep a keep a good job. You've done a whole podcast with rob about the types of names that he likes consciously you. You were always always GonNa get that one right so rob. You're going to have an AKIVA question here. So this is from the renowned episode what Nineteen Ninety eight movie poster that was hung up by the Long Island Railroad. Did AKIVA contemplate stealing a Godzilla be titanic see Bulworth D. deep impact. I just told the story again. It might have been in real life though I don't remember the difference in Real Life Path here choices against which ninety eight movie was hung up by the Long Island railroad and keep it a wanted to steal it a Godzilla be titanic see Bulworth impact. I'm going to say it was Bulworth. Okay so let's your clip number. Two Okay Tannock wasn't even ninety-seven wasn't the Godzilla movie I remember they had a really cool rule poster. by the Long Island railroad there was like this giant poster and I always wanted. I never stole anything in my life but it was wanted to take the poster and then I start like what if like I'm sure it's going to be gone in a week or two because they're not gonna be prone to move. WHO CAN I call and ask if I could have the poster when they're done with it but I was too lazy as a kid to do that but I really wanted to take that post and put up? My Room was just like a giant Godzilla foot but I remember thinking it was so cool you famously hate Sifi. Why did you want Godzilla poster? I thought it was cool poster. I never saw the the Matthew Broderick God's ill movie was just a really cool poster knows fourteen. I don't know I thought it was cool. Yeah okay all right so it's not so I mean isn't more of an action movie than Sifi Godzilla giant Lizard yeah but it's I mean like it is science. It is fiction but it's it's more of an action movie. I think I duNNo. I Dunno Matthew Broderick. I'm really an action star is he. A SCI FI more KHUSAIBI did project x Matthew Projects and he's the Data Project X. That's a dad he was the kid in project x Matt Project. I checked X. We're talking about the party movie like a knockoff of pride. No He's like Jordan. You know what I'm talking about projects right. I have cutty Song Ottoman on the pursued. Okay nobody it's like I think there's two movie. was you different. There's two movies are project X Yeah I'm starred in Nineteen eighty-seven projects meals crappy movie but yes as punishment for a minor offence the air force assigned pilot Jimmy a Garrett Matthew Broderick to watch over group of chimpanzees used for military experiments. You know this is more of like a super bad knockoff. Project acts like a crazy house party that gets out of control okay. I can't believe you haven't seen I've never seen that. I've never heard of it. It was a big deal is a big hit. Either you have a you have a two one lead after out of two after two rounds of the game and the next story we're GONNA go to is. I can't believe it's just Chester Elkin so this this question is going to be for a Kiva what rejected question to chester submit for the shower head podcasts mailbag according to you how much which action is Uncle Leo getting what is the proper amount of baths that a man should take a year see. Have you ever snuck poppy seeds into your friends food to get them busted. The shower has too much our hold on my both know the answer the question so this is a question that was submitted by Chester Ester that Akiva set on the podcast that he was not going to read he was not going to read it but he did say it on the podcasts yes so it's definitely the horny one. It's definitely Uncle Leo how much action is he getting all right. Let's hear Clip Number Twenty servicing the h word Chester rush this week. That's it. I'm here to rob. I go through with a fine tooth comb. Not every question makes it to the to the final. Okay okay got. It's a you gotta you gotTa work hard yet some question about like like how much action is Is that something to explore I I I you know I the thought of even you know I. I didn't even want to get into that Jerry. You wouldn't believe it. No I met this girl named Slovenia would be like Seinfeld subplot that he's like sleeping with trump's wife. Oh No twenty one thousand nine hundred eighty eight trump yeah ninety eight trump donald trump's wife Marla MARLA maples well. It's an early science fiction. It's like Godzilla yeah. Okay sorry but you have your correct act. You have three to one lead. You need you need you need to build a tiny gave me some bulletin board material when guaranteed a win yeah like when I like Jeremy Collin. Ellen did all right so rob this is also under. I can't believe it's just chester. This is from the seinfeld finale. What plot hold the chester notice in the finale episode? The gang is flying to Paris but it had been previously revealed that Kramer doesn't have passport be Kramer tells Jerry that nobody he comes back after the move to La despite himself coming back from L. A. and Season Four C. Mabel Show Aka the Marble Rye women testified at the finale despite Helen Seinfeld revealing feeling that she had died at del Boca Vista during the wizard episodes Dietrich Westchester actually didn't send in an email for the final episode boy. Am I getting harder questions than Akiva Kiva is. I don't think so you had a question what is episode six of this podcast yeah which is a pretty easy one to answer that was New Jersey Eh but you were very confident. I know I would've got that one wrong would chester and not have submitted finale episode Iv like he's got that so I'll say the one about the marble Rye lady okay so play clip number twenty seven okay here we go number twenty seven as Chester did point out in his email. Kramer himself did leave Los Angeles after moving out there right right yes kramer literally did this and he could not have gotten out fast enough. I mean he almost wasn't able to leave because he could have been in jail right around so maybe he understands how hard it is to leave so it's actually not a crazy thing that he's saying okay. I completely made up the Maple so yes rob you were you you were incorrect. AKIVA still has a three to one lead here and let's let's stick with Seinfeld. Let's go to the Non Fat Yogurt. These questions were written written by a by Arielle Kayla's Glasmann so we are going to go to that category here. Let me find it there. We go okay Akiva. Let's do question number. One which of these frozen yogurt places did not come up on the podcast a man and she's B. C. Yogurt Land D. T. C. B. Y. This for me. Why don't even know what Cat Seth it is be that I don't know what it is? I'm GONNA say be. That's a made a place. I think be is correct according to that according to Arielle that this is a yogurt place in in Israel so what from who wrote these questions Arielle Keilor's allege glassman reo cage glassman family history like I don't understand what was the question for. She was for you. Yes I even you do get the point. I don't even think I honestly I'm GONNA I'm GonNa rejected that point because that's an five. I'll give you another question here. I've a backup so rob brings up Susan Susan powder a well known fitness and weight loss motivator and overnight sensation from the late ninety s because Jerry says to Kramer at one point right. Let's start the insanity which rob rightly believes as a nod to powders very well known slogan. Stop the insanity something that something she has issues with which I I overeating something. She has issues with prior to starting her motivation career. He has no idea who Susan is and they start doing a deep dive on Susan. He finds out where Susan was living. According to wikipedia where does she live an earth ship in New Mexico. Be a you're in southern California see a mobile Zona de in a van down by the the river. I have no idea what just happened on that yet. But what does that even the question question where Susan powder live now where did Susan powder live can ask a follow up question sure who Susan Susan powder. What are we talking about you? Didn't you didn't know this one. You didn't know who she was. When the when Seinfeld episode aired either she's apparently a fitness and weight loss motivator? Isn't that the pressing thing Akiva that we make progress week after week on this podcast but then it fades away like you where we learn stuff week after week. Were we're destined to go back to knowing exactly the same stuff that we knew before you know people were asking me. Do I know what a pop socket is this week. Yeah people were like of course no. Does anyone know talk. I've never heard of it. I still don't know what it is Jordan keilor's you know what it is. No no idea okay. I might be overrating how well known pop sock. Oh we're GONNA put it on the map then that's fine but I don't think right now what is it. It's a thing that you put on the back of your own Jordan probably in his seen it but doesn't know what it's called all. I think if I wanted to make a call on my car like I put known sell `this and stick stick it on desk. No you stick it on the back of your phone and it helps you hold your phone okay. I have seen those they were on a shark tank right. I don't know if it's on shark thing I think it was. I think it was on shark tank. I think I saw that episode. Don't Spoil Binge Shark thing. I also want spoiler Cuba and this question. Where does where does not go with AKIVA? You're you are correct in New Mexico so you get things jet rob. Can I make a comment yes. I don't like that. They put in like one awful jokey answer in every every one of the choice welcome to Jordan quiz. It makes no sense why would at least two five five is hard to follow. What's what that that Jordan that makes those stop doing that for the podcast? It doesn't make any sense node robbery homicide here. Are you all my side. It makes sense to have a joke answer the quizzes so long Akiva that I actually appreciate the joke cancer. It's like it's the comedy but it's a one in three at this point not a one hour war just choices joining at go back to nap at some points. I WanNa make sure we do all this is renee we will we will do their naps but this is rob. AWW does get one question now. From the the Non Fat Yogurt The New York mayoral race of Nineteen ninety-three as a running storyline in this episode where Rudy Giuliani is running against David Dinkins on the PODCAST podcast. You both the swearing in being memorable for what a his son making funny faces be his son mimicking the official swearing and Rudy Giuliani see his son mirroring Giuliani's actions and words de his son adjusting his pants and getting impatient. What year was this from the frozen yogurt? Uh check yet the seinfeld television episode or the are no rotten. The Post show recap ask Giuliani was on twenty fourteen off the map at this point. We've changed restaurant Twenty fifteen probably fifteen twenty two thousand fifteen of that the twenty fourth two thousand sixteen the shower. Oh we're going for the non-fat your yes. It was twenty fifteen yeah so Giuliani back back in the mix all right so I think that the sun was he was like mimicking so there's there's to hear mimicking getting the official or mirroring Giuliani's actions and words I will say that he he was mimicking the official so the answer is actually see son was mirroring Giuliani's actions in uh-huh has a four to one lead and I have a very interesting tidbit here about Andrew Giuliani who's now the grown son of Rudy Giuliani. He's actually the current publicly as an assistant assistant to the president of the United States got that job on merit okay so we're going to go away. We know this deep dive would involve so much White House talk back. Thanks for the White House steering things that you guys have talked about before. I wish I wish we have parents where you're just like. Fail upwards instead of downwards as the these the you know it's automatic that the you know these guys are like all right fine you just you're in the White House. Your Dad is important not that I want to be in the White House. I'm just saying yeah okay okay all right. Let's go go. Let's go back to let's go back to Ron KNAPP. This is going to be a question for AKIVA AKIVA two. What Song do you guys analyze? The lyrics is on the May twenty second nine hundred ninety eight episode was getting Gygi with with by by Wilson's be too close Sims. I said Joe Cancer with that. One of the joke answers it says will Smith I'm used to reading questions about survivor as getting Jay dickey with it by will Smith to close by next see the boy is mine by Brandy and Monica de my heart will go on by Selene Dion Yeah. This is rob classic a B to close next okay. Let's hear clip number six. Okay the song to close if I if I can't revisit the the plot of the song yeah the so so it's about a guy who is on the dance floor with the girl but he's telling the girl a hey. You're you're dancing too close to me and I'm coming aroused and you're you're giving me an erection on here on the the dance floor. That's inappropriate yeah yeah so Akiva five one commandingly now that was an easy right are easy one very easily won. I thought it was gonNA be hard one. He's talking about the song again Jordan so I am not the number three. This is for rob who did raw call out for not doing well in the podcast. One sports pool was a rich Eisen. Would the Dan Patrick see Shaquille O'Neal D Stone Cold Steve Austin. I'll say it was Shakeel O.`Neil Okay let's hear clip number five Okay Eddie Shack our our competition in the in the singularly because one thirty nine fifteen rebound debt he had a shock but it was not doing as well in the podcast one sports net pool yeah I does he. He makes the Pixie think he's got like an assistant. Pick for him. I think that there's a shack whisperer who does picks yeah there might yeah shack might would have multiple whispers beating again this year you being everybody yeah yeah knife yeah and I think this is a this is a good segue into the the one round of this game that we're going to work a little bit differently. During the the I believe it was the the nap so there was a nfl week three. This is twenty eighteen so yes this this this would have been the rap episode rob You you picked picks five football games and the way that this is GonNa work. You're going to have to pick who what team did rob pick in the game. If you get that right you have a chance of getting a second point by guessing if rob was correct or if rob was really getting in the weeds here yeah. Do you not want to do this. We don't have to I mean but but I would say well. This is going to be funny like who cares probably not that. It's a category save it for the end. Let's save this for the we'll see. We'll save that we'll save patients. The game is like what are some crazy things that robin mckeever. We're talking about all these years ago. Did you come up with WHO picked it. or where did one of your your your helpers do this. I could blame it on them but I actually came up with. Were there just to be clear now the rap ones we're all my literally. Nobody could care less about people aren't they. Chairman did we pick a pick football games later in this podcast and nobody cares the nobody cares from a year ago yeah. We're on the same page here. Okay okay so let's let's go now. I'll come on thirty two fans and we can do we can visit so let's. Let's go. Let me see I have we done. I heard they're upset. Let's do let's do the Seinfeld Seinfeld finale. We haven't done any here yet yeah episode whatever that yeah this was this was a very very long episodes and I know because I only got through half of that before I had to outsource it to sean amount so again. I like Jordan Rub said he he's so busy this okay fine we're asking a lot from short notice and then after I spent the whole day doing production of fakes viruses and couldn't answer the fake survivor production to work on this podcast. I've been I've been I've been married to that to that plan liked. I couldn't cancel wheel Jordan. The wheel can call any point join time unique recording survivors my Mitch. I was like better every weekend. Better vetera- tend not every Tuesday. I didn't know it was going to have to be twos though they listeners there on the weekend the listeners wheel we could wake you up at four in the morning and say it's pot and ironically. That's what time it is right now for Akiva three yes so Akiva. We're going to the survivor finale. What what did you guys agree would be annoying about working in an office a people stealing your food be coworkers overhearing your phone conversations see not being able to take a nap APP during the day De Ante Spoiler Cultural Culture Yeah I I definitely not nap spoiler culture? Yeah you could get spoiler the office that is a big problem. I hear I don't know I don't have a job at home or not at all culture talk on the phone yeah yeah. We're not phone talkers. That's an absurd. That's a joke answer clip clip number twenty four okay here we go. I don't work in an office and neither do but that's actually probably W. Noy because if you went to the office like one yeah it's probably so don't spoil me heavy like that would be so you mentioned like Carol doesn't WanNa can't listen to our game of thrones conversation. Caroline accounting isn't watching it till Tuesday with their husbands. Come back then Carol. You Better Watch the show. Oh we're spoiling the fortyish spoiler culture or society here yeah six sixty two Akitas lead and Robert is your question what character or characters does Akiva speculate may have died in the seinfeld finale a newman be a spell costanza see both d neither newman have died in the Seinfeld's finale and then why would still Costanza have died in the seinfeld finale can't think of a a reason why they would be dead so I've seen I'll say both both okay. Let's hear a clip number twenty six okay. Is She alive. At the end of this episode food is still alive. At the end of the episode look she faints and like when they read the after they read the ruling like sort of cut to her and she's like splayed out over the overlook the bench in the back of the core she might be debt. I don't think still died in the seinfeld finale. I think she might died as George Costanza says in this episode episode when you're bleak you're bleak but I don't think we're that believe Kief well this sort of sleeping on it but also like did Newman die from choking on whatever he was was joking on. I don't think so I think Newman should have died. Honestly does that Count Yup accountable so it is it is six to three. Oh that was like the field goal hooking hooking hooking and just broke right back. It's you didn't take a delay of game at the last minute because I think you probably would Bruce Arians us in here good job Akiva. You have a six to three are- lead have MIA. Let's let's go to let's go. Let's go back to the the May twenty second episode and this is going to be a question for Kiva so okay. This is which future nap episode did ROB. I proposed on the May Twenty Second Ninety eight episode was a the wife swap quiz be explaining star wars to Kiva See. I can't believe it's just Banter D- DOC advice not why can't we propose. I think it might have been mine about Star Wars. I'm going to say his own and say Star Wars okay. Let's play clip number nine. Okay you've never seen any of the star wars film I'll give you the synopsis of each film and then I invent invent one storyline or change one story line that would actually did not happen in the movie and then you have to figure out which one is is not is not real pretty easy question vessel seventy three this is eh if that's an easy question and this one should be an equally easy question question number. Six Texas is for rob. What future recap episode did AKIVA? I propose on the May twenty second ninety eight episodes guys for having me answer the question and seconds ago was it a millennial heels killed it be Judge Judy Jeopardy Aka Robin Akiva smart and our Listener Dee Robin Akiva nickname a baby oh and carry the choices one more time time yes a millennial killed it be judging Judy See Jeopardy de Rabbi Akiva Akiva name a baby. This is what the EVA for I propose on the bypass pretty sure it was jeopardy okay. Let's hear Clinton number eight okay. Should we put on the wheel rob verse Akiva in Jeopardy Eh. I guess we didn't really need a clip for second time. It's a the timesaver so seventy four AKIVA has the lead and we are going to know how it saves time it saves it saves time that it was a short clip. We could would've gone deeper deeper on that clip so it didn't save time of of not doing it. was that's true. Let's go to let's go go to Seinfeld the shower head. We haven't done any questions from the these are all all Nick Fishman questions so if you don't like the angrily tweet what year is this from two thousand sixteen you. This is the shower twenty sixteen. Yes okay on my birthday is that these episodes did not listen to this podcast so if if it was bad job for nine dates in front of you what kind of what kind of notes do you have. You said you have eleven pages of notes. There are fifty three both choice questions okay fine. How many have we done so far we have done? There's eleven correct answers. I don't know how many incorrect answers I. It's honestly a working we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA Redo questions and then Robin are gonNA lose it Jordan. Yeah I'm crossing. I'm crossing the matt. You'd have to worry about. Probably we'll see so here here. We go. This is for a Kiva. What was the main issue that Dr Thomas and the Doctor Thomas was the official Dr Seinfeld podcast? What was the main issue that he had with the episode in regards to Elaine the story line? Hey you don't need a drug screen to travel out of the country. Be Helen's P wouldn't show any signs of menopause osteoporosis see Helen's pity would have been contaminated by the trace amount amounts of coffee if collected in the coffee mug. Da Hippo violations were broken nearly everyone in this episode. I don't think it it can be deep because if you're a member rob Dr Thomas was in Australian doctor so I don't know if hip is exists in Australia so it's definitely a p one because there's two pm and I'm going to say be Jordan so Helen's P wouldn't show any Ashley wouldn't show signs of Menopausal osteoporosis play clip number eighteen okay my bigger issues with the storylines accuracy comes in the final few minutes Helen's urine sample test positive for menopause and osteoporosis so you can't diagnose those conditions on simple urine sample and even if you could it certainly wouldn't show up on a drug screen. It is ludicrous good answer circuit. You're killing it. You're killing it here. You're you're up eight to four. I'm not your question from the shower head. Which of the following things that Kiva say was among the most stated was at a local phone calls be plumbers showing up on time see vaccines at the airport? Dj Leno's hair plumbers showing up on time and doesn't seem like that would be a particularly dated thing. What was a look phone calls local phone calls? I feel like that. That seems like that would be something that we would talk about. I'll l. say a okay so let's play clip number. Sixteen okay local calls Kiva dated is that but people are worried about making local calls versus long long distance calls really should have tracked because a lot of times during the series. I say like oh now. That's the most dated thing of the whole series but this is up there. This is in the top five. That's not even a thing anymore. Local because long distance calls right no Internet like with the right plan you call internationally for free essentially now so okay so we had eight to five. Let's go now to questions where Akiva answer a question about Robin Rob is going to answer a question a question about keever the so okay like this question. This is This is four Akiva about rob. what Elephant Washing Solution did rob suggests on a Seinfeld podcast it. Was it a build an elephant pool to bathe them in be walking elephant through a car wash trained elephants to spray another spray one another the create a water park zoo featuring elephants. I think the car wash by this honestly is not familiar. I have no recollection of this. I'm going to our wash okay. Play the clip number thirteen so if you could train one of the elephants sprayed with a trunk I think that that would really be the best case now how they do it in the Lakers spit shower kind of yeah well. It's not spit that comes out I mean they pick up the water in their trunk and they spray down. I don't know that doesn't sound so why Genyk although I guess the elephants are not the circus probably just never shower like animals bathe. I don't even know how that works going water. Is there an elephant and then episode. This is very off. We've got a lot of times which which episodes from this this is from this is from the car wash episode the Car Wash the famous rob the famous seinfeld episode Garwin Okay Are you from. It's from the the shower head yeah yeah yeah okay so this is about that they use it to wash the elephants right yeah so they did mention elephants but there's no elephants in the actual the actual episode the high-pressure shower head yeah okay so we're GonNa go to this question now. This is from the seinfeld finale. This is rob. What phrase was written on the shirt that keep wore the day the seinfeld finale aired was visit a serenity now be can't stand you see no soup for you D- Yada Yada Yada he he's had a Seinfeld t shirt? Can I hear the choices one more time. Yes a serenity now be can't stand you see it for you D- Yada Yada Yada gotta say it was no soup for you. No Soup for you play clip number twenty two. It's like you don't even no me because that was the school trip. You didn't have to follow the dress code. You can wear clothes. You didn't have to wear whatever you want so I happen to have a the can't stand you t shirt Jordan shirt with with a book men and I was able to wear my Seinfeld shirt all day the day of the the finale yeah okay well well. Well done good job by you. Yeah sorry about well. I knew that the others who were to close to the finale and that you could get assure may Yada Yada. I feel like a a couple episodes before the finale right or the year before it was only four but this is an old shirt and I am not available online anywhere. There is no can't stand your shirt that you could okay bye okay. I'm very movement in that round no so as to yes and it's still still eight to five. Let's go we just we just spoke okay a little bit about the survivor finales. Let's go. Let's go. I keep saying this is like conditioning. I'm conditioned to talk about survivor. When I go on a podcast because zero you play these fake seasons and you're with us? You're thinking about your fake survivor seasons. I know I know now. I think I'm thinking about the questions. Since then I have to write for for Sunday for the first episode of twist so this is going to be for Kiva who did you guys say it was the biggest mission from the finale and was not even in the deleted scenes. A Mickey be Susan's ghosts see Peterman and Tim wildly Susan's ghost. I'm going to say I don't remember this conversation well. You never talked about citizens. Go as soon as Suelem isky. You said it was the biggest omission Nellie so you don't get a point there and We don't have a clip for that one either okay rob. Why does it keep a give? You Shit Shit on the Seinfeld. Finale podcast was sorry yeah hey hey he's overly down the episode be He's overly positive about the lackluster finale see he's already started another series rewrites before finishing the Seinfeld rematch each d- he proposed the idea of doing another regular podcast with Akiva Po Seinfeld. You please repeat the question sure what does he. Why does Akiva give you shit on the Seinfeld Finale podcast and one more time on the choices yet a he's overly down on the episode be He's overly fairly positive about the lackluster finale see he's already started another series rewatch before finishing this the Seinfeld Rewatch d he pooh-pooh is the idea of doing another the regular podcasts with Kiva Po Seinfeld who I pooh-poohed the idea of doing another regular Rewatch Pike is the Quila Rob Uku the idea of doing another regular? That's the correct answer and say a wartime. You're overly down on the finale episode overly down and be is that he overly positive over. I'm overly positive this is all about you and see is that you've already started doing another. They're serious. We Re Watch. I four finishing the Seinfeld rewatch. I'll guess a okay. Let's clip number twenty five okay. I'm only doing game of thrones. Rewatch did Start Watch somehow got talked into that you literally always I will never do another rewatch. It's too long. It's too much of a command four we engine before we even ended you. Start a new one. I am cest pushing a podcast cast boulder uphill. Yeah I should have known better. I should've known I should've known that one and I will never do another rewatch. Watch podcast again the words that take that to the bank Jordan Kayla guarantee that you were going to win this game and you're and you are trailing by three so we'll that one thousand nine questions to go all of a sudden. I thought we're going to be done in a few alligator. Keep going down twenty nine to play. Yes yeah okay. Let's let's go to. I will never do another unless it's like like five episodes of its fleabag. I hear fleetest except so she's really I'll do scab. That's it. I'm not doing other rewatch yeah. That's it okay so we're GONNA go. We're going to go back to the Chinese. He's restaurant this Akiva. What movie is Rob surprised to hear that sorry? This is. That's that's the wrong question. AKIVA AKIVA really enjoyed Jerry stand up at the end of the episode. What was the topic of his set? Was it a waiting in line at a restaurant tennis. See Cannibalism de the difference between men and women which episode is this. This is the Chinese he's restaurant okay well. It's an insane answer of it's waiting on the restaurant. I'm going to say the difference between men and women okay. Let's clip number thirty. It gets cannibalism yeah. I thought this was funny. Yeah it's it's a little absurd about how the thing about being accountable about. It'd be hard to get some good sleep. If someone's going to eat you yes and he also has a good line about This is good who is this. I remember that line yeah I for the podcast purposes I liked it better wins and goes away. 'cause there's not really much talk about yeah. That was funny. Yeah remember that okay all right that we've gotten to a little bit of a Rut here in a little while I remember for our listener you can always check the show notes and skip ahead to the mailbox. Put it there so the the the next question this is this is for rob. Rob Lowe's introduced podcast with here are two guys who blink what did he say in this podcast is described himself and Akiva two guys who will never eat an egg roll off your plate be two guys who always get called Cart C. Two guys who are very very hungry. Da Eighty two guys who will never wait in line to be seated at a table. I mean I think I would get the answer right for almost any episode from the Seinfeld plus. I'll say you guys will never eat an egg roll off. Your plate knows my actually the seed you guys who are very very hungry not not not a great one. I think that was in your best but this is an impossible question. I keep gone. You wrote that one Jordan I do not I cannot do. Six Genie wishes you might have slept here in other hall night. Go through the shower or episodes eight to five out of like half the genie wishes or three genie wishes yeah if you trick Nicole into watching one episode of Scam with you saying like everyone says the best show this could be our new binge. I'm sure after one episode episode ditch it. I don't you get out of three g witches by I don't think I can I'm like on a TV. I'd have to hook up a laptop to really I mean that's your biggest guess problem you could do it. You'll be like it's so good. It doesn't matter you don't think scam streaming. I don't. I'm not in English okay yeah now. I don't know all right. Keep going going okay so this is this is for a Kiva this is we're going to go back to to rene APP so Akiva. What did you say should be sent to ROB's great grab? What sorry what did you say should be sent to rob's great-grandchildren fifty years? The May twenty second ninety Andy eight episodes of Rene A. B. These survivor Amazon. DVD's chester spreadsheets ranking these seinfeld podcast episodes dea clip of ROB's best three minutes. I don't remember this. I'M GONNA say clip best three minutes. Okay rob play a clip number. Seven babies civil like one of the fans is can make like a thirty second like highlight video. Maybe somebody'll watch. That's not a bad idea. Yeah just give give them rob's in like fifty years. Someone Make Rob's like best three minutes. Eh and I'll be lucky if they get one minute and then said that his great grandchildren okay oh well. That's a good reminder for people that we haven't been working on that. I mean he's like Jason. Curtis Rivera like is their youngest with the musical yeah yeah we'll we'll. We'll America cut a lot of American again. Damian could do it for this episode and that's basically what this episode is. If you put all the clips together might your best three minutes so not so far not that's a sure maybe not maybe not okay so you have a nine to five lead question before rob suggested Leprechaun to go on the wheel which would become a legendary Rene staple which similar Robin Akiva next because it's already known for how bad it is was a googlies be troll to st cramps deeper democ Shop Chuck Antar is my question. Yes be troll to now. Are What's your Clinton number ten okay problem with that rob. I don't know how familiar are you familiar with troll two or the or the documentation I am familiar with the legend of no known that it's bad it's like yeah not ours anymore like it's almost like yeah. It's it's a little hack yeah. It is hacked because like it would have been funny to do you know before documentary but at this point like they're making movies about how bad the movies like yeah. We know it's bad. It probably wasn't even supposed to be good to begin with like yeah. I mean that's like frozen yogurt levels but I keep I'm so desperate I can't I can't not take the point Y- by the way the whoever made that question the room needs to be one of the four choices like the other choices choices were abominable. Shows should goalies be in the questions what was in the room one of the choices at least that'll throw you off the scent and said it was a similar movie. I guess googlies Crompton Bertrand heard never heard of it. I've heard of the other ones I've heard of crisis and bird democ shocking tire yeah maybe per democ shocking shocking tears should go in the crappy movie diaper many not so we don't add stuff to the movie diaper or the Fishbowl it just it'll run out one day and then we're done so you're not. You're not adding anything anymore as far as I I haven't had anything in in six months. I think let the things that are in their crappy movie diaper. I'd like it to finish it and then we could add like we. It's not gone when it's done but I think like the five or six that are in there and give them a shot. I think we'd be open minded like sitting out wow what is actually with the fishbowl especially with the fishbowl is bloated but this this six movies in the crappy. You have to challenge movie so it's like you WanNa come in the crap movie diaper a great but you have to beat out north to get in with me. I I like this idea. Let's say this four that there should be maybe five movies in the crappy movie diaper twelve things in the fishbowl like I like this idea of that. There is a war one must go basically get down to and then if something nothing new wants to come in with the bump something I'm challenging this movie and then we'll put a poll up. Okay great the polar minder okay in Akiva. You have a nine two six lead. We're going to go to a a this is going to be a question for you about rob. If Rob Whistle was elected mayor of of Los Angeles I pledge would be a make parking in front of someone's driving. A felony be put Larry David on the walk of fame see opened an investigation into to the veracity of frozen yogurt being healthier than Ice Cream d get rid of everybody's lawn and replace it all with artificial turf say the C one because this is the Non Fat Yogurt episode right so it seems really on team. It is the Non Fat Yogurt episode but that's also why it is not the correct answer so the answer is actually no clip for this but a D- Get redan Cuba thanks so much. They look so good yeah I didn't. I didn't remember that conversation yeah. I'm a fake lawn guy. Oh yeah okay so this night to six. The score is still nine nine six. You're wrong about that one okay. Let's go to just GonNa Order Jordan Robert Clip I got I got to pick up the gold the gold yes. I've been picking out the goal the goal so far in the snowbirds Brazil around yes I am opening up an inquiry into this has been an issue in the past that sometimes Jordan changes the order of the questions to make sure that I get harder it or questions I don't want to I want to win fair and square I I'd rather lose and have robbed not husband Jeannie then win with an sis your good friend no. I'm I'm basically doing randomly but the thing is doing and then rob could just play a clip like what was the thought process. That's what I thought. We decided like hey rob. We we got overruled. He audible. I who's I don't think we should be able to get overruled in the future of I two against one even if he was an equal to us on this shop I mean would you even know if I went an order. You wouldn't even know we could tell yeah okay so this is actually do this is actually the next the next question that's that's on the list why did and this is for rob why did once confused bubble bath like with for body wash and end up rubbing on himself a the brand name was misleading and his daughter put it in the wrong place be he wasn't wearing his glasses in the bottles. Were the were the same color see the smells were similar and the light in the bathroom is broken. D. Was a prank for April fool's Day and he was too tired to notice torn between A and B. I don't know if it's more convincing less convincing that a is two things that it's one thing and also another thing so I I will say that it was B B he wasn't wearing his glasses and the bottles were the same color no clip for this but you are correct as it is nine. Two seven rob is is catching up big problem being blind in the shower. I all the time. How long ago was this Akiva unique unique goggles? How long has had to be every day all the same color? I can't tell I just put it. I put my body put it in my hair. It doesn't matter we have a lot of products. A lot of women in my house and I just put on whatever's closest to me. happens every single day. I'm blind okay so let's go. Let's go back to two Seinfeld the shower head we have this is going to be for Kiva. What what did rob say was the best way to anger someone when you're intentionally messing up their food order in a restaurant you please the wrong plate in front of each person? Be You cook them. Well done see you forget drink order de Mayo to the food. I don't remember this but I'm GonNa go with Mayo. Let's see your quest clip number seventeen rav okay. I don't even know the answer to this. How do you make people mad uncle? Leo Has Gotten a Burger. He wanted medium. All you got it medium rare and he feels like that maybe the cook at monks could be an anti semi Yeah No. I think he assumes the cook is an Anti Semite. Yes yes that's what they do. They know how to make the Hamburger Erkki yeah. They you know they intentionally. You know you ask for well done but if they really hated Leo and he asked for medium medium well why not give it to him rare. Why only one degree down you know see I think you could always cook it more? If you really hated him do it well done on if he wants it. Medium well go all the way can't undo well done right but I guess if you're the cook you know also don't want to get fired so if you burn it and he shows it to the manager then then then the cook gets in trouble whereas here shows the manager he just assumes Oh. This is a whiny old man okay so it was it was the cooking well done so that's a good point. I mean you can't you can't clamming cook it. Clip cutters done a good the job so far up. Yes I agree highlight so I disagree. I think the questions of the highlight the Clinton eclipse eclipse cigarette eclipse it is the second highlight who can indu cut that one that was a cut that one works on the side yeah it was it was either Willer Damian. I don't remember who cut each individual clip. Okay Okay so this is for rob. What categories this dispossess Seinfeld shower okay what topic Robin Akiva to say the fans liked hearing about from the previous week in the Pre Seinfeld Banter a rob cable bill the Akita's water bill C Robs Power Bill de at the RHA website bill I'll say that people light hearing about the cable bill. I'll play a clip number fifteen okay. Everyone wants to hear more about your cable bill by that I mean what are we talking about. How I have too many channels and then I tried to call and I tried to get rid of it? Yeah people wanted to hear you like okay. This is getting too boring and technical people like no. It wasn't boring. We're technical enough. People wanted more. Yeah people want more about my cable bill because I did. I switched. At and T. TV UH I like it. It's not over the Internet. Should we just do more more on your cable right now. Apparently you guys that's what those Hicks. It's what they wanna hear but I also had. At and T. U. Verse Internet and TV and then when I took one away they like triple the prices on me and then I had to call up and break up with them but tell them that I'm keeping a different one of their services but I guess they're not that connected because they didn't seem that happy on the phone yeah. The streaming wars have really thrown a wrench into this stuff. Yeah what's the score. The score is ninety eight census to this happens. I'm like the mets I'm GonNa give you like a little a little hope and then you're gonNA blow it in Kenya like four hundred right now okay so let's let's go back to the Wilson. Romo's has been asking questions and you want so much neater than south right now as we speak in the getting shelled with needle on them yes yes I mean that for all intents purposes that the mets season is like the mets are mathematically eliminated by the time. You're listening to this podcast. Oh no question I mean by the time this podcast is undone reporting probably possibly all right okay so this for Akiva. This is a question about rob. A A Florida activity did rob say was overrated and coal doesn't like either a Disney trip be walking the boardwalk see swimming with Dolphins de riding riding a fan vote. I don't even like some of these. Choices are weird. I'M GONNA say Disney a okay. Let's clip number eleven. Okay originalist is trying to tell his mom about how she could swim with. Dolphins does a Stelle seem like a kind of person that would swim with Alvin and the type of things you do one time right uh-huh yeah overrated swimming with fins there. You go all right so you are. You're you're spell is continuing to here yeah one the time I did go like like I held the fin the Dolphin and went for a ride that was kind of exciting yeah but overall like another time. I was just like in the pool with them. They like it very cold. The last shrinkage going on Dolphin. Shrink no okay okay all right so this is this is for rob. This is about Akiva what type of food did AKIVA and his wife considered eating from the table of another restaurant. Guest in this is from the of course the Chinese restaurant episode instead of Seinfeld. Was it a dumplings be pizza seek initials D. empanadas. I think I think it was an Empanada. Let's hear clip number twenty eight. They were finished already. Ask for the check but there was still sitting there and my wife and I started discussing like would it be weird if we ask them for the empanadas because that's basically what we would have just ordered that and would've saved us you you know whatever it was and twenty bucks and and you know and some time and we could have just eating that food and ever would have been happy. I think that this is one of the most romantic stories you've ever told about your wife. I really think it is guys. Were like you wanted to you. Express your wife. Hey I'm going to eat that other tables food that they're throwing away and your wife wasn't like gross disgusting. Who are you get away from me it like she was on board Jordan? Do you also know what it's Rav. It's not cast Rob Rob just now on the clip that listen to that yeah yeah I would agree. That was the most romantic moment we've had in our fifteen years of marriage marriage. You guys were like soulmates in that moment. Yeah I guess like she. We have very little in common but I guess she is on the same page as me usually food wise I'm you know a quantity over quality guy I. She's not but like you know I I but yeah in the moment and also she knew the table mates like she had gone to like elementary school with the girl so it was not asked not as good of a story uh-huh but they shouldn't smoke fifteen years juice out new the person's name so wasn't like that and saying that okay all right you back to soulmates yeah okay. I almost dumplings. I knew I knew it was some sort of like I i. It was a Mexican restaurant. I heard Empanada not I remember that story yeah. It was a beautiful story. Yeah Tales those type Jordan what score it's nine to nine we are we are in a dead heat right now and we're going to go back to the Seinfeld eld finale one question you guys there are there are many questions left. I it's it's a matter of how many questions lessons you guys were. So what's the score. What's the score nine nine nine two nine? We are tied and this is the end of the round. That was the end of the round. Yeah Go Rob Plato Eleven when when you know you've ever get eleven I win. You have to win by two. No you don't have to win by two okay so I have nine yeah awesome. That sounds good okay so this is this is going to be a question for Akiva where did rob suggest for the location of the the Seinfeld live show show if only ten people would be attending a Chester's house be a hotel room see the original Superman Restaurant de Mendis restaurant. Oh this for me. Yes this is real so really again. Sorry I thought it was rob's questionnaires so where did rob suggest for the location of the Seinfeld live show. If only ten people would be attending a Chester's house. Be Yeah Tell Room see the original Superman Restaurant de Mendis restaurant. I think we consider all those except the original Superman restaurant Chester's house but just moved right before the Seinfeld felt finale. I think we didn't really look into Mendis but that would have been a good idea. We mentioned that rob. I'M GONNA say Mendis okay. Let's clip number twenty three okay so that's what we're trying to figure out because if it's like ten people we could just be in like a hotel room somewhere well. That sounds wrong. It's definitely not going to be ten. Ah We've already had way more than yeah. If it's two people we could be in a hotel room but I did. I manifest the sleepover podcast you did. I don't remember I didn't remember that but I think he did. That is what I was thinking what I what I heard except the last year did not listen to the Seinfeld podcast and she and it was her idea uh-huh. I guess I just been trying to get ten people in a hotel room for years. Yeah I guess although we ended up so I don't want to spoil what happens. Yeah we still we'll have a whole podcast to listen about that so rob. You can take the lead here. This is going to be your your question from also from this two one five we I got to win and we were just talking about manifesting future renounce wiggle ideas who does a key say would be the surprise entrance to the royal rumble of people people who testified against the core for was it a Babu Bhatt. Be The bubble boy see George Steinbrenner de the soup Nazi I yeah I don't think I understand the question so Kiva says that of he was talking about the people who who testified against the core four and he said that one of them if it was a royal rumble instead of a court case would be surprise surprise entrant so was it Babu Bhatt the bubble boy George Steinbrenner or the Soup Nazi question. I WANNA say was the soup Nazi I felt he gets his own mm sort of moment of coming in so the Soup Nazi Aka a is correct and rob. You are one point away here a great comeback. You're up tend to nine and let's go to for the final round about this bill rounds for the file rounds. It might be the final round we don't know but since ROB's appoint away. Do you want to do this. Do you guys want to choose your category. You choose your own category for the question. I don't know Jordan. You're in charge here yeah. We don't make more complicated well. I keep I feel like a- AKIVA has accused me of jumping around the question. Jordan wouldn't just nine the nine the final category if we if rob if rob is correct is GonNa be the last one because we said we're planning to eleven. It's nice. It's ten to nine tennis. You say the winning team score. I I have it on my sheet is as okay whatever so much work to like switch the numbers in your head. That's another thing I did over the weekend I did I did go to the team the thirty last week rub yeah so it is okay tend to nine. Rob Rob is in the lead okay then I'll just I'll just pick the category we're. We're out of the in that category. We only have one recap question Russian blacks that we can't go to that because you guys are shooting from the same category so I'm GonNa do what we'll do the Akita rob questions. I think these events are fun so we're GonNa Negoti Akitas question. It's going to be a question about rob. What did rob do for work in the summer of one thousand nine hundred and this is from an an APP? Did he a lifeguard he be working to catering hall. See working a target deep podcast about the real world. The answer is yes so do without reading D- please say ABC again okay. Was it lifeguard. be working a catering hall see we're GONNA target. I'm going to say catering hall a catering hall. We don't have a clip. You are correct. You have ten points at Reiver's sister Nino win right. If you get this you husband genie deal okay and I have October this if you like this dynamic namic you're GonNa love one episode of wish I'm back. We have to do a rene episode any twist episode in the same week. I believe we have someone in mind for the first episode of Real punishment for we have to do it this week. I mean tradition question. Should there be Rene episode and and also the tuition that in like six day. I watched the listen okay you. It's not going to be for a while because the Jewish holidays start. I'm going okay so this is this is for the win. This is a this is a question from the seinfeld finale episode. It's about Akiva on the Seinfeld felt finale podcast. How did AKIVA describe the everyone? Everybody loves Raymond Finale A KOSHER BE TRAE F- Aka non-kosher see SEE PARV AKA neither meat nor dairy or D- debate like now. I really when I'm relief to lose. I really hate the joke answers okay. I feel like that the I know that the everybody loves Raymond an finale was just fine. It was like a regular episode. They didn't like Raymond didn't die or anything so can I hear the choices is one more time yes was it a Kosher Be Trae F- Aka non-kosher See Aka neither meat nor dairy or D- debate. It's like it's either kosher or neither meat or the area that it was the right like work. Yes I know what he everyone's Raymond Finale was. I'm confused about the kosher terminology who wrote discretionary L. Yeah this no. This was actually a me question. I wrote this okay all right so you would have done a better job okay. I'll say it was a kosher. Okay play clip number twenty one it was well done but it wasn't really pushing the envelope or changing the discourse of the way that television shows were being made at that time no my people would say was part of it was very vanilla but delicious delicious delicious vanilla okay so incorrect. We have a tie game here so we're in the in the final round unless last so if I keep of course of course Jordan let's do one more normal round of it's still tied. We'll do a fast finger type question. Is that fine right okay okay. I think that's a good idea yeah all right so this is going to. We're going to go back to the well of rob questions that he has to answer so question. Okay here we go after appearing on survivor. What was rob hired to do? In order to receive free tickets at Lowe's movie theaters for an entire year. This is from the renowned episode was in a you record the video shown before the movie informing movie movie goers of rules and exit locations of the theater was be attend a party of lows executives who happen to be a survivor a fan see eat bugs cooked by the author of a Cookbook de Create a database for all of Chester spreadsheets answers. No I know I don't because it's like when you fifty fifty who wants to marry a question but there's the two ones you know we're still there. I feel like being see both have literally I in. Let's let's see is like a made up thing in my mind. I'm going to say be though I'm answering clip number one. There was a guy that had a cookbook where he was going to eat that he cooked bugs this guy and they hired me because I was on survivor in exchange for appearing at the with with this guy then I was going to get a free movie pass to Lowe's theaters for me and guest anytime I want okay all right so Akiva you are in there also a party you went to wasn't that Mars right into a party. I thought you went to like a party and those crickets. It's didn't you have a the worst moments I just felt like the unlike eh looked like a geek at a freak. Show what I've become as my I went at the college and now I'm eating bugs on the street so people can be like grossed out by me. I feel you told some party because he had like very few obligations for that that that deal when you went to used to party with your magic eight ball I'm actually calling shenanigans. You also had to go to a party with your magic eight ball those executive -secutive yeah I want them to go to a party for the new K Y Jelly warming liquid that they were in New York City to go there walk around around with the magic eight ball so but those Jordan accidentally asked a really good question because unless you heard that story in the same episode Jordan I mean I've heard the story because I've listened to all the all all the Nabet Seinfeld episode. I did not remember that particular story because really made it a trap in both those stories were things he had to do by. Okay okay so this is for the win rob. This question about Akiva Akiva came up with a game for rob to play on the May Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety eight episode. WHO's podcast if you take the the rules of the game from was A? Aj Mass be Mike Bloom and Liana Boris see Jordan Kayla's De Adam Corolla played a game on the podcasts. I have no idea by the way all four of these on the May Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety Eight podcast yes twenty seconds or Mike Piazza Trade I mean. I don't think that there's a I'm GonNa say it's Adam Corolla. Let's hear clip number three okay for the game or no. We a little game with you. I'm going to read. I think you play this actually on the Adam Corolla show Oh and it was a game where where you had to read the plot the plots of movies and rap at the guests the movie was so rob congratulations you win the game. Let's not not not ten to eleven not since the veils and wait one. That's always the bills and these comebacks weight off. My six genie wishes. That would have been crazy yeah that she is nine or no because now she's you know absolved. Let me put it this way yeah. She was mad when she had three genie wishes some but she will be mad that she doesn't have any anymore. I feel it'll be far more mad. They had zero gene wish yes that's true yes all right so now all right so rob is out of the gene wish bed and I go oh man I had some good ideas for forcing a gas now after four years wish to two ish I will say I will say I have wanted Komo twist for a while but I was curious to see who you're going to get on the show. We'll give sort of neutral for you should give me some softballs at the groove on on should go with one but no okay we will hear from Akiva later on this season on this week in survivor history now before we go to Kayla's you stay in for the mailbag Yup okay all right. No are we kicking off the ordinary saying for the mail bag I could stay. He did a good. He worked hard and we gave him a very short turnaround did a good job okay. 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Ag Asia don't forget that Promo Code podcast one for your fifty percents bonus then online that ag your online sportsbook experts all right we are going to get into our mailbag and I'm very excited for this that I have had a unsuccessful sleepover party with Kiva this summer we're having a very successful sleepover party at my house this week with a man that all of the big brother fans hands no very well probably like us like him way more than than maybe like uh Sierra joining us now for for his debut other than the rumble is Mr Tara Armstrong I really I really shouldn't even be on here considering my performance in the Rosie O. K. Hey did Lee throw you out. Is that what happened you know no I threw lita out of media that was of you yeah okay and then also still with US Jordan K. Louis Jordan one of one of Elliot's victims in the Royal Rumble. Yes okay all of us were in the royal rumble and so I think we've tied the record here of the most people on the the mailbag right or is this a new record person episode but then that that lady died in the Oregon trail. We didn't let them think okay. All right and Taryn has been very very busy over the summer non up-to-date on all things run APP so it's going to be a little bit of a wild ride Taryn a day rob. Yes always superfan. Yes okay good Taryn other than the two we mentioned named one name one episode we've done you did the fan fiction one. What is it called sloughed? The you know whether you read the stuff. Mary was on it now now. Mary was supposed to three tight she never did. She's never she's never done it. She was suppose you she supposedly. She's been ninety percent of the way through for many for busy Guy Hi yes. I'm such a fan that I knew about a show. That didn't even develop. There's a development it's like I said they want Beatles song and it's like a song. That's like dress in a warehouse. It's back the wheel waiting room right. Yeah okay so let's go so we have Taryn the Mount Renat more where Kiva is going to give us a four new ideas that were have been submitted by the listeners of course people. Maybe you'll have an idea. Maybe maybe we'll be hearing things and your robot brain will kick out. Hey it should be a podcast. You'll have to wait to email us need a podcast at rob as a website dot com okay all right and then maybe even Jordan Kayla ideas ideas for you know. She's been very busy. He wrote fifty three questions for the road this weekend. Robin Kiva history quiz he plays and he is on the production of eighteen different survivor fake seasons so I don't know if he has time for that yeah sometime. Yes okay all right so AKIVA. Where do you want to start today well? Let's let's eat Taryn. I've a couple ideas that I think Taryn. you know one of them. You could even be involved in but also some of them. He will be familiar with you might have some takes on how about this we discussed briefly last week and idea of me and you rob going up against other podcasts duos and this was an idea originally sent in by crystalline coal and I think this is fleshed out a lot this week and I think it might be ready to go on the wheel. If you're up for for it rob okay. It's called pod versus pot. Okay it will be me in you against any number of are achieved podcast duos. We had about five after eight duos already right in and say I'm up for it. You Know Haley Namie Mike Josh Mike and Mike and Fifty Mike and Liana Mike and Fifty different people but Terence here of Taron wants to choose your Taryn. Who's your favorite of all your co host all okay? I love them all equally in the sense that I hate them all okay but if Taron wanted to choose Lido or of what the truth Brent or or Melissa Melissa Melissa has a a hall pass to come on the show whenever she wants. I don't know if you knew that. Is that a money in the bank money in the. I don't think it's a hall pass. It's the same idea and I don't think he's free to traverse the halls of yes yes exactly Melissa's went and Hannah Shapiro has all pass would be we like she can come on. This podcast in Britain Taryn can't say anything or get mad. If it was a hall pass we'd be list of five podcasts that she can go on could cheat on Taranto pockets without anyway so there's a whole number of deals. I think your idea last week when this was briefly raised is that there's a separate wheel wheel of ideas and we got a lot of game ideas. Let me just throw game ideas people sent in the CELEB- Networth game where we get celebrity's net worth one must go where the person who the host of this show asks John John He gives them four things and won the match John John and we have to get Jones mind. Yes I love that one. Get it to judges minor. Guess what he decided must go. Yes we have the audio audio clips or he's. He's on the podcast no audio audio clips. I don't know how well these people on the podcasts at that point the host sits five people on the podcast already but I think there's a great idea we could and if it works we can do it a hundred times because there's innumerable number of duos in the world I think we should put this right on the wheel. What do you think you need more? Do you okay so that Taryn that Ah Kiva has the throne something out here now. I'm GonNa try to process what we're saying. So the idea is the like we are going to take on a duo Oh in games and then there's a wheel of games or their round. That was your idea games. I mean there's ten options and because I don't think that any go ideas for the the Games until I heard that guests John John's one must go wrong enough yet yeah. Yes I agree no. I'm not gonNA say him can spoil them so so game night comes up on the wheel and then how long versus Pod Okay and how were we figuring out than is there a wheel in game night that we're spending for each round. I think the host will come up with maybe like six or seven games uh-huh and then we'll just play however we have time for three or four. We'll play the wheel comes like they'll come over guide hair wheel the wheel sometimes they're wheels within the wheel but yes yes correct sometimes the their spots on the wheel that launch other south mechanism. How many wheels that year in a row? I don't know it also doesn't need to be a wheel like we have a crappy movie diaper. We have a fish bowl. Show them the fish rob of of ideas this season three episode seven Fishbowl of a different. TV shows to recap season three episode seven of so if we said Hey Taryn it's me me and robbers you an leader next week. You'd be up for that big brother season's over over Yeah Okay and how are we picking though the the person that we're taking on hosts a tricky just because I are we picking it and and then letting the people know next week those in a wheel this is not yet ready to go on and you know but we have a week to to iron out because there's a incubation period. Remember a bracket and you do the whole tournament so there's a racket to figure out who we're GONNA play favorite Taryn at everyone has been ranked but would just make enemies. They're tearing. That's the point and an Akita eliminated early like what's going to happen on the pass. Ask Them Well Ryan. Robin Diva are the final battle exactly what we're waiting for them. The problem is the availabilities where there might be one week where I thought we just pick yeah. I think okay well. Let's just name a host and the host have a we don't know we'll be surprised and the host will Rodeo who it's going to be a good idea. I'll give them I already of a bunch of different duos. I also have one where it's like. Mike's Choice because Mike Bloom is thirty different PODCASTS uh-huh so he can pick which co host Leon it could be his wife. It could be anybody so I think what we need is named. WHO's the host of game night? Who's the person that's that's on with us? That's in charge of putting all the games together another person who is it why I don't want to say just in case they it but I have a good person for this. I have the right person and then we can add to game night. Maybe game nights things things can people can keep submitting things to be added to game night. You're like the name pod versus Pod you like game night better pod versus pod. No that's terrible because it's me and you go get another attack attack. You like better padres potter game night. Game is better game explains. What is yeah that does case? We're going up but it's US versus another podcast. There has to be stakes right. Loudon versus pod sounds like cheesy seventy s movie yeah yeah. I don't know about padres game night all right fine but I think should go on the wheel. We still have a week to iron some stuff out okay. I'm a little nervous to put it on but we can. We already have like ten good Games. We have an endless supply of do. Do we have games what are they. I don't want to spoil all the Games. We have the art van delay game where you guessed like let's say Jordan cases during college the those bullets pretend he's the host guy and he says like Armenia what what what are their main imports and exports the number one import and export is art van delay famously aimlessly importer terrible game. Yeah people said that to Charon. You seinfeld Guy Yeah I am. I'm not nearly as expert as as you too but but I was at work yeah but that's very boring I think the whole Armenian imports and exports. Let's let's taking submissions for J. More but we have enough with what came first. which was the original pitch for this where it's like you know? What can I Mcdonald's Burger King things like that? That was what was pitched to US last week yeah. I think there's exciting but Joe Johns Moscow is a good great yeah. That's really need like I feel like we need a few more ideas for the wheel. Okay I think we let's put on by next week. We'll have plenty of save game game nights on the wheel a hold on all all right so Taryn when something gets onto the wheel it gets all right. That's so far had okay number two on on the what's this called about Roy Moore matter in America. I it's very late here and our net more mon- you gotTA. You GotTa know this show better like I do. That's true I have. I have a stand here and I'm. I'm getting very nervous. Yes okay here rob. Here's a great pitch this. This is from Susan Rob Akiva have a spin off okay. He and here's the idea rob Akiva are going to deputize a new podcast hard cast as their official spin. Oh listeners are going to submit five ten minutes samples of a perspective you know essentially a pilot perspective respective podcasts and Robin Akiva will pick a new show that is officially their spin off this. You guys can decide the stakes but one one idea is giving them a ten episode run on if let's say was about a reality unwrap ups or Porsche recaps or just you guys promoted for ten weeks or it just gets one one episode in the nap feed and then after that it's just your official spinoff so ponder the spin off but I think that it should be about trying to figure out like the breakout characters this show like. I feel like it's weird to have spinoff. Listeners are just coming up with their NAP inspired ideas. The sounds like even officer nap inspired yeah. This is like we're like green lighting a random podcast Jordan and what do you think I think could be interesting. I think it needs to be workshop a little bit more but if listeners so it's going to be a competition between them is it can be bracket style style where the podcast the podcast that they're sending in his going up against each other. I really think it's GonNa it's GonNa depend on if the submissions are good if they're not good. It's not gonNA GONNA be such an interesting podcast and we're listening to a five minute podcast on the air. I think so maybe we'll listen to the best three or four I dunno Taryn wouldn't sitting tight high risk high reward yeah I my first thought was what makes this off of of this but yeah these this is like pilot season we're gonNA in a green light a pilot for a new podcast with a Z. N. Like Michael. You're again that would be the first episode of different PODCASTS but like affiliate spinoff would be like a conspiracy pod with Antonio Meszaros. Its own show the name at the issue because this sounds more like so you think you could podcast right yeah maybe the issue is with the name and it's really just us like picking out a new podcast for the RTP network the family of origin network. I mean I mean this is literally like you know what networks do and then they get pilots submitted yeah. I don't think it's a bad idea. What's the what's the big nothing if everything sucks yeah? Do we want them doing any work. We want to listen to and then crap on people's podcast that they made it. Is I mean we have to be mean. I guess we could just be like agree. Read that. It's it's hard you only you. Only you only choose a select few an elite right if right we're only this is not the early rounds of American idol where it's time to like. There's not going to be a William Hong Can they do a five minute podcast. I think they do a half power but they cut us like the five best minutes. Okay I mean. How many are they listening to this? Yeah I think what we do is I'll we condemn and deputize other. GP podcasters to who I know a few already will be way up for it. who will listen and they'll you know so we don't with the listen like the the thirty minutes of Twenty Different Podcasts Vale. We'll have a couple of people rate each one and then and then we'll take the best four or five. I'm sure Sally Splash Sherwood Green lighting in new podcast relining idea founded the podcasts were hand picking one. It's like an artisanal podcast for scotus year. Doesn't it actually does the winner actually podcast network it gets one in our feed and then we'll we'll promoted for the first ten weeks or something. We'll mention it in our show. I'm going to incredible it can go on social recaps are but that's not a first right of refusal but I were jared. Take it no. We're not sure if we don't take it. We'll blame Scott saying don't don't play Scotland. Yeah I think people would be. I think people would be excited about it. I'm still on the bank will get a lot of submissions. What do you think Taryn aw I I don't know I think it's it's it's maybe a little bit more difficult than people think? It's you to make a good quality podcast. I think uh-huh might run into some some audio issues with some of the submissions Um yeah but but there are a lot of talented people in the audience certainly no doubt Yes yes I duNno. It's it could be interesting but you know what what what's what's the episode of the podcast are we. Are you going to take a eight five five minute episodes. You're forty five minutes of your own podcast and be spent listening to other podcasts. Wait five times five is not forty five that is not nearly forty five correct currently running on very little sleep. It's been a long season. I'm twenty. Five minutes is much better than that. You're correct but I think five is like if we got five submissions. That would be like we'd be over the moon. I think even three is okay. Let's just hold off when we we just added the game night. I feel sold off. Let's let a week go by and see what the listeners say about this yeah. If a bunch of people excited than we know maybe we have like a user pace took oh by that. We're GONNA get a lot of submissions. Would you wanNA take submissions before putting it on the wheel and then if you have like a lot of a lot of good content may be then people know people aren't shy to contact. That's like send you know. Send us a tweet an email saying hey. I'll definitely submit if you do this. Okay it doesn't mean we're committing but you know we'll get. We'll figure we're going to get all right so that's number two number three three. This is from NICO FOR MINNESOTA. He says Nintendo Video Games are trash the same concept as the Oregon trail basically with classic Nintendo Games love the podcast had a ball at the live show in Minneapolis. We met Nico yeah so I guess we take a popular unintended video game and we play it like a one time thing so we're playing the legend Zelda on a pile dot com through the Levin and or Mario Brothers or something. It's gotTa be multiplayer Yeah multiplayer game. What's not which is dot com non multi player I would? I've read recently was that if the second player takes the controller they can control the duck did you did you ever hear that. No K. Remember hearing that as I haven't played Dot com since since I was one of those fake things those fake I duNNo. I don't know if there I think I need to hear more felt like a pitch of like a like. If there's like a game that would be fun to play on the podcast but no play US playing Mario Jio brothers on a pot on an audio podcast right well. We've had a lot of luck with video games. So far row rumbles one of our most popular demand and one was fun in Oregon trail Israel was maybe what are we gonNA say. Oh there's goes Marielle. John Really is Mario. Party is is a pretty good good one that if it was like maybe a four person you bring in Cima some guests you play Mario Party full of betrayals and and and and random luck and lots of frantic mini games like backward could be some in the past when we have not been actually the Oregon in trail we did ourselves but the rumble and when the Madden football game we watched a video of the game that was already played and when we cry yes happening happening so I don't know I mean maybe there's something there for classic Nintendo but I don't. I don't think there's enough there to green light. Nintendo Games are triggering right now. I agree okay okay last one of the day. Here's a couple throwbacks that are being pitched with new guests okay. TLC shows are trash. This was what I forgot last week. Okay are are Los Angeles. Respondent Alley Lascher went out to speak to handle Shapiro Hanish Bureau said she will come on and talk about. TLC shows trash in in particular ninety day fiance which you know is one of my favorite shows. What do you think about that? TLC Hanash appear. I'd be fine with that. I mean listen to Haddish Bureau. WanNa talk about anything so if it wasn't with Hash Bureau I'd be a little bit more skeptical but I feel like that. That's kind of trashy shell so I let's make sense with the hall pass you can't you can't say no to this right if she want money in the bank pass. It's a money thing I think Allie Lascher who I have to listen to. She says that we'd basically I think she agree with Jordan. I think we have whatever she says okay the only issue she was that it's a two hour show so we really have to cut. I do wonder if instead of watching an episode where maybe rob would be lost if there's a really good like youtube clip of the ten craziest things that's that's ever happened on the show and we just watched that okay so this is going onto the wheel. It's not like a sub wheel of blank shows or trash. TLC shows are trash while we need a second one for a sub wheel like it's not it's right now. Hang up but let me or let me pitch the second one alley lascher dry if you drink every time we mentioned are today dead. She says she is a friend who was on the house hunters international so when we were talking about. HGTV shows are trash. She can get a somebody who got their house on the show would be a very good podcast guess she said Yeah and when they're going to do about how centers I don't know if it's an expose but we'll watch watch his episode and maybe a second episode of well. The only things a Lotta people want us do that Brady show but now I'm hearing it kind of sucks. Oh I can't imagine Tara. Would you listen to podcasts that was robin. AKIVA interview a person that was on house hunters it depends is on the the person that you're interviewing is this is this a person that enjoyed their experience and looking like share one bad experience. That's right. I'm not sure I mean they. They have a house. I don't know I she said it was a funny episode Jordan time eating a lot what you've done blinkered our trash. They've been good episodes. I've enjoyed them. I think it's you couldn't just house hunters. You'd have to get a couple other. Hd Shows Until L. L. tells us those for for that episode but I think if you're talking about the episode and sort of roasting it and then you bring this person on sort of like the supplement the conversation about it. I think it would be a good podcast but I agree with Aaron if they're like super positive about their experience. It's not GonNa be very interesting super positive yeah I yeah I think it's I. I think it's something like I think it should go on the wheel. I think it's the kind of thing where you find three or three. HD TV shows and I would not be opposed to the to the subway for playing what's Hannah Shapiro or Allie lashes friend. who who was on a Shapiro Known Commodity Alley slashers friend is all for one with Alli lashes friends one. I guess with Miss Yes okay all right. So why don't we put. TLC I'll see shows are trash on the wheel and then if it works out then when we're looking for the next thing then they really have no connection they you know right well. How many blame the wheel right now? You don't need to have line. I'm just saying that it's no real impact on like saying like Hannah crush. That doesn't mean that allies friend. It's GONNA crush it yeah and who different novacaine pages you. I'm on the same page all right so we're saying Shapiro on the wheel. Though that's that's GonNa be a nightmare to we're gonNA tell us you are out of town for the next six months yeah. What are you gonNA? Do your thing okay one time. Yeah okay all right. Was that the fourth thing for Marinette more okay yes all right Jordan. Did you have an idea that you want the pitch today. Well it's not my I might original idea to ideas from one of the members of my what we'll say members of the family. Even I can't really confirm or deny if ah we're related or not uh so she came up with a lot of the Trivia questions he said this is not a trivia question but it's a mailbag I have there are so many flavors of Oreos now Pumpkin cheesecake Red Velvet carrot cake. I even saw a mystery flavor package the other day. What about having an Oreo bracket or maybe this is a joke? We discuss this for two years yeah. That's what I said I had this. I do think that you've spoken about thirty and on dozens of tired like Aaron even knew that we talked about this. This is this is this is forever. I told her I would read the suggestion Tara. Should we have a tournament of thirty different flavors of oreos absolutely. I don't know you're laughing about this. The best heard on that. Will you come for that absolutely absolutely you don't even I don't even like Oreos and I'd come yeah well. Do you know Tarran. We've done a serial tournament where we bought Thirty Bucks Cereals and five times each year one for for ten seconds cinnamon toast crunch okay yeah that's correct then well. I think it was incorrect but I was. I was outvoted. What was it was actually at the studio tournament well my which barely made the tour I oversee on instagram recently was throwing shade at Cinnamon Toast? It's crunch today that he had a tweet recently that was about to the mentos crunch I think he was throwing shade at it to have a chat chat. Yeah I gotTa let me see if I can if I can find it so this he has a picture and then a caption that does not really a doesn't really fit with the picture but it's sort of like a random using it's almost like a tweet accompanied by a photo but he said recently something about cinnamon toast crunch. I think he said that it that it stinks. I mean that's I mean that's a terrible take. I don't WanNA favorite said it was awesome but I think he said here says there's no such thing as a wrong opinion except not liking cinnamon toast crunch. Oh so now he is Dell negative threw me off okay. That's terrible yeah. That's why that's why he's on instagram and twitter with that because that's a confused yeah. There's no such thing likes in one re tweets parable take except that not accept not liking cinnamon toast crunch exactly but I didn't get cereal pick my wife and my favorite cereal as crispy but that barely made the torn because nobody else likes risks and then for the torment. I thought honeycomb should win but it got knocked out I think by frosted flakes in the first round. I haven't had honey awhile. It gets really go buy a box. It's one most popular serials rob. It was actually better than what is it a top opt-in cereal honeycomb like a top ten twelve zero. We looked into these. I think like fifteen years ago at least was the elite eight maybe yeah Akiva Kiva claims to be a serial influence there but he also thought that Chocula was on cocoa puffs Tara. I don't eat chocolate so you need a you know a Lotta. I have a lot of tange takes where it's like. You wouldn't think no I don't I don't I don't eat chocolate at all. So what how would I know about cocoa puffs blaming me for not kosher cereal that I wouldn't know they know we did a would you know we rented out an ice cream store and didn't ice cream tournament also yeah Akiva. This is a website now called Mr Breakfast Dot Com and there we're thirty four serials introduced in Twenty Nineteen introduced a new serial tournament. I don't know maybe we should rank breath. Thirty four serials introduced in twenty nineteen include Baby Shark Cereal Jeez Blueberry Blueberry cheerios actually awful yeah. How is that not great? I want cereal Chiro Cereal doughnut. You want some cereal. That's a mouthful right name of fiber one strawberry Vanilla cereal. There's something there new serials would you what you need to do is find the list for for all the new serials and then you'd be able to predict what's next big cereal. Yes okay yeah come up with some flavors and like or characters. We've been listening to work for like post or like some struggling cereal company. We could make them a new serial. Alright baby shark cereal. I think is got to be a huge huge winner at the supermarket it had it's I mean I would think like old town road cereal probably at least GonNa Happen and also what we need to do is find the least ten popular serials and see if we could rebrand yeah. That's not a bad ten grown cereals okay all right right Jordan all right so so arial says the Oreo tournament which hopefully will happen at some point in summer of two thousand twenty but I will say okay Jordan any ideas of your roane. Well all the ideas that I've ever brought up you. You have rejected one of them. Was I believe you were it was going to be the Robin Akiva Iron Chef where so you cooked meal and they rose or not turn on an oven. It wouldn't work yeah. I love this. This wasn't the Robin Akiva Arabica history. This was not even my idea. Someone else fits this. I don't even know who it was but no I don't. I don't have an all male that okay all right the snail mail Taryn we get one idea from Tarran before we in the modern you've consumed or you've absorbed Zorba all these ideas. Is there any kick out an idea for the wheel well. I mean number one and I don't know why I mean. It's obvious that you haven't done this and it's obviously should is that you should do a yogurt ranking your ranking Ya. Dan Wins Right. How Do you feel about yogurt? I I think the the the Greek yogurt is insanely overrated. I don't know how it's go. Tell Terry likes yeah. We'll see we're already. We're already fighting about us. It's already golden. I Know You like Plain Yogurt but I'm just saying I think in general the my kids have a lot of we have like a whole yogurt draw. I don't know if you have this job like we have half my fridges yogurt Salt Lake sometimes try like Oh. There's a trumpet in this and the next day it's like that's my lunch why you take it but I I so I get to try a lot of different yogurts. I'm Pro Yogurt Augert yogurt ranking we usually do we we do food tournaments and rings in Person Taryn. Oh yes well. Obviously you need to try I of the yogurts we'd have to trial the yogurts. But how many yogurts do you think you could. You could realistically try 'cause we also did an intimate Jordan was there also in my friend's basement and we all lost a will to live after trying like eight estimates and there was twenty four more how many yogurts could reasonably try before we just choose death. I mean it depends ends I mean if if it were up to me you would just you would just be ranking all of the plane Greek yet alike plain yogurt on the market but maybe we could do a couple of a couple of other flavors as well. Could you do a taste test. Ah Identify with via for you on big brother's over town watch this would you do you want any of our rejected ideas ideas for potential twitch streams shore okay right. What's what's one of the best rejected ideas? We've got a whole spreadsheet rob as well sitting setting marriage wheel list and we got some of the bad ideas from this week tune see if you could do anything with them we have we have we have a mask singer episode coming up at some point but that's rejected idea well up. Let me let me finish we but we showed up tim wrote in today and wants us to mask swinger episode where anonymous listeners come on and talk about their swinging lifestyle has got banned from ideas. He said that Robyn Akiva interviewing honest. If I told you how he spelled anonymous you wouldn't believe me. They're anonymous way of couple about the lifestyle well in any funny stories or encounters then Robin Akiva Hook them up with other interested listeners like invading show no real names us. I think he's just looking to swing. I'm not sure now now and that doesn't sound like the show up ten that I now listen. We're not judging. I will say a tariff. We are a bunch of our listeners on blind dates I yes I heard so so we did get a few requests like hey. I'm into like this policy lifestyle or swing like I'm for anything I was like. I'm not bringing up any marriages. I need like I think it was. You know it's hard to get like I live in a very specific city and do you know anybody who has this very specific we didn't we didn't really service any of those people there any success stories from that two marriages but not because of that not because no not that we don't have we we didn't get a second date but at the live show Minnesota we set up. We made a best friend setup rob myself Sunday Burke with set up friends and I we got ten N. Facebook Post this week that Robin tag they were hanging out a week. They like to go to Thai restaurants with each other. so we've made best friends and we've sort of adopted a couple that was already together before the podcast started and taking credit for them okay well. I think I see the problem here is that you were what you were swinging for the fences with trying to create love. I think the reason why this winger thing can work is that the goalpost is ally a lot easier to attain good point yeah yeah so should people if they want to talk about their anonymous swinging stories they. How could they contact us us? Well contact Taryn. He's getting reject that idea idea this is this is a retirement after dark mainstream rejecting this idea I mean Harry. The people like you know we shut up. The first of all. Tim Gets One more idea on the wheel. People riot I mean Taryn has a three part episode of the Taryn show talking to Brent about all sorts of crazy stories has like an actual. You know a lot of life stories that he's lived. What do you think would get Attaran if you come on the show who would get most was mad that you didn't pick them if you came on as a to take on Robin Akiva in game night formerly known as Padras Pot in a in a duo situation if I yeah I honestly I don't think it would be would be no one would be mad? I think Brent maybe would be the most manpower think I don't think I think we love Games. Though Games Brent and rent is is a very understanding guy very reason all right there are currently three hundred eighty one rejected ideas read number or fifty six ran away number fifty six from the rejected ideas. A lot of these are season three episode sevens from the early days this this is this is season three seven of the twilight zone tower of like that one. Oh Yeah I've already doesn't want to do because it's too scary what Alex Alexa now I think I think it is Taryn. It's always in three episodes evidence the name of the I think it's not a particularly really great one. season three episodes Taryn happens to be a big twilight zone guy I know how is the new one isn't Antonio also be. He's the Pizarro zone our got new one started out kind promise you but was not super great I was I wanted to talk to Matt Hoffman about it on switched. Its the grave. It's called a gunman visits. The grave of a man who vowed revenge is not yeah so here's another here's another h each word but if I would I'd say on January we'll not yet each word Robin Keeping Sex CAST AKA dark listeners submit their NS FW relationship issues or questions this comes on the wheel and expanded but exploding spot January twenty twenty and can only be picked for episode sixty nine nine coming up yeah up in what I think early January twenty twenty. What do you think about that? I kind of like the other idea more. I feel like we don't necessarily need to know a lot about what they're into but they were looking for other. People also be putting contact setups people with people for hookups. I feel like that was specifically. Not You'd rather hear people's sexiest. I don't want any of this. I was just reading goofy. Things Taryn Dr Mike for the gas. Oh no question definitely get okay. No I don't know no. Let's talk about what's on what's on the wheel. Yes okay right season three episode seven. How many slots is that up to now? I'M GONNA say three three three spots for season three episode number seven. We had a coin flip the coin flip be eligible to be picked but it's the possession Arrow right the now you if it's a coin flip it just automatically Rob's ensure that I felt like why are we going to ruin the. I think that if you find the game like you know why kill the Coin Flip No. We're the world's come to India. Where do you have a video game on? That's going to be with their ECKSTEIN. We're GONNA play where the world is. Carmen Sandiego Taryn you replay wearing the world is Carmen Sandiego Dago. I have not played you know I was always very confused as a child as to what was in where she was and why people cared decent Dece little young for that also are you a guy I mean I feel like I did play it but it wasn't like I played a lot more Oregon trail than Carmen in San Diego okay all right. I definitely played it in school. That's with Eric Stein. The crappy movie diaper is out there. We have the sequel mechanism. Be One spot crappy mood. I read by the way why because it was the early last week. He goes zero one two okay you say so all right then we have rules us our sequel mechanism you know the reason why we have veto is because then if something comes up that we don't WanNa do then you have to use the veto. I feel like that. We Really May oh. I don't I wanna do that this week. I don't WanNa do this this week and we're not doing it. I just think the rules are it doesn't come twice in a row. I think that's a fair rule the region we have like a million vetoes tos veto year. That's why we never have to Jordan. Is Your veto question that you were nervous. We're going to veto during this episode. My the question is that if if it is a robbery Cuba choice and Akiva fixing episode that rob doesn't want to do then via the absolutely okay yeah all right then we have the Mount Rushmore. We're going to name what should be on the Mount Rushmore of things than we have. Millennial judge not not Sally Splash. You're not the Rose Robin Akiva. Is that still is that out there is they were supposed to take that off last week in the waiting room okay so I've taken it off the wheel please okay. So when will it be ready. I only know it's ready. I don't know I need I need time to that needs to be put together. That can't be done in six days is Tara. Do you want to be on the dais for the roast of Robin Akiva where I get to roast you yeah absolutely people might people might zing you also which are issued podcast. There would be the best roaster Taryn. Who Do you think the best roaster man I mean obviously I think leader would be great at it on one since she wants to know? She said she she's up for. I mean alley lascher written her roasts already yeah the Terron said one thing to her on the podcast last week. She ran right for his jugular. Our really deadly deadly okay then we have a better attends hands Taryn. That's where a Cuban. I have to go out and see the worst movie based on the rotten tomatoes score at the box office each week there an update on what the new better attend movie is. I think it's still the John Travolta directed for the next few weeks but that infers that we can watch that from home because it's on Vod we have a hot takeoff. with Liana Boris we have people's choice where we'll spend the wheel three more times and then let twitter vote this weekend. Robin Akiva has been satisfied Jordan. Would you like to see this this weekend. Rob mckeever go to these sequel mechanism not for a very long time. I do not have enough time to write fifty three more or do you want to give Taryn. One of the unused mused questions for a podcast that he's never listened to ready I-i Seinfeld fan okay so let let me go to okay. This is from the the Chinese restaurant Taryn. What movie is Rob surprised to hear that Kiva has seen is a planet nine from Outer Space Space? Be The Godfather See shawshank redemption or d nine hundred eighty nine. Batman surprised that he has seen it that he has seen yes go with atman okay. I'll play a clip number thirty two okay clip number thirty see appropriately clip number thirty two Berkey. Jerry has lied to his uncle. He said that he's sick so he can get out to go see plan nine from outer space. Which is the worst movie the ever made supposedly key by now? You must have seen plan nine from outer space. I actually have seen it. Oh you have no okay yes the question. I haven't seen Jordan yeah who cut these questions. This was a I always like must be plan nine from outer space ace because I would be really surprised if we saw that movie supposedly and why would I've seen the godfather but like who would be surprised that it's the middle to definitely not it doesn't make sense. Joyously haven't seen hours today that was not to be questioned. Should I didn't come out with that. One yeah blame somebody say who it was. I won't say you know what I think. Parents should do so basically the the issue is that you don't know he couldn't preplanned this this game because it's contingent on which we could falls out because if this show happened that November fifth he'd have to questions that of podcast that Robin record the the last six years November fifth what if we made Jordan to get this back in the sequel mechanism he asked the he has to cut in fifty two weeks of shows and then whenever it comes up on the wheel L. Yes ready because he hasn't. I was used hand. It couldn't go on the sequel mechanism because we just did all the questions but it would just be whatever we comes up. He has to go back museums up. Do do this million. Everybody wants that. I I don't know that could be another pole for the polar no unless like because my job. I don't know if that's if that's even able to happen what the hard about helping you podcast if I knew in three days and say Jordan the demand is too great. We need to do it next week guarantee. You'll have it done for us a guarantee if I I like to please the listeners if the listeners wanted I would do it but I mean it's too soon. It's too soon we just did it. He uh he thought he could get out but they pulled them. Yeah okay then that's from the movie that Akiva hasn't seen the godfather that's from plan nine from okay question. That's insane that they couldn't listen to the last second the next two seconds all right then we have a third wheel people are going to the third wheel four Rob Nikita podcast Cameo cast-iron. That's when keep it. I will have a budget of fifty dollars to spend buying each other cameos and then we'll play them on the podcast and also also maybe listeners will buy US cameos that will play all in one episode we have the newly added game night now eligible for next week and TLC shows those are trash okay so let's go ahead and launch the wheel George. What do you hope comes up? I mean we've been hearing about the millennial judge for a long time. We've been manifesting alley last year in this podcast so much I think that's GonNa. I think that's going to be that okay. The wheel is the wheel does what we talk about about a lot so the wheel the wheel is listening or maybe it's just the Internet but that's what happens. Okay I have the wheel open. Taryn can can vouch for no funny business in this going on the first legitimate wheelspin since Minnesota. Yes Okay Tara. I'll give you the honor if you want to announce what what comes up on the wheel and release mmkay all right. It'll it'll say on a like when it finishes spinning. It'll pop up on the bottom of the screen. What it says okay you one better attend? Okay okay so that is the worst movie. That's out at the box office but what I wanted that's all I wanNA watch that with her. It is the fanatic directed by Fred. Durst you Olympics scaife Taryn. You're a little young probably won't be Olympics. Get Baby I baby I was I was never like a big fan but I was secretly in shamefully a little bit enjoying them okay. I think we all were in John Travolta Travolta Guy. He's a star of this film. I mean masters intimate John Travolta obviously and everyone's sisters crush when they were my age Devon Sal I think is in this movie to Devon Sowell's survivor no devin but you don't remember. It wasn't me like just a bad joke. I know I got it but I like. I'm shocked that people don't know Devon Saola Ansel Al Gore Tarintino Ansel elgort is that was another sense question and so elegant is man. I know the name is it's not like I'm your host. Leader is gonNA cancel so you. If you don't know how gorgeous yeah the Devon style wine ansel elgort. I have a real you know. I don't know okay Attaran watching the live feeds all summer. He doesn't have time for an awkward and catch up on the movies soon okay. He's just an actor all right. Oh He's the guy from baby driver. Okay yeah baby driver right. Believe Yeah Okay all right. So what's the movie the fanatic the fanatic so it's essentially the crappy movie diaper just was on its own happy about this. This is it came up up like two or three weeks ago and then we ended up re spinning so well it wasn't it wasn't around yet right we couldn't we didn't have time to go to the movies veto no rob. We haven't used the veto very very doable. We'd have to figure out like a like a gas or or anything like that. No okay so the nation Yeah Devon South was founded this nation. I believe he was Casper. The friendly ghost he was the kid he you know Devon salary you just minos name care far more about fun of this nation than what Casper's all of what you're much younger than me. Casper was like a big deal. If you're like thirty three Casper there was a big deal when I was a child I D Casper van Your Casper Spooky Afoot the movie Jordan Yeah. I like the movie when I was a kid. We put that in the crappy movie diaper happy movies. I know it's a great movie. It's too good yeah you can put that in there for the friendly Goethe I mean it's a sad story Casper yeah but Casper in my girl does he is. He like Christina reach. He's buddy and my girl making things up now. I don't know timers lender. Is it for you now four fifty eight. I'm having fun for two more hours here I have to I have to watch my size. Babysit before people are GonNa be mad at me. You don't pay at least even though he didn't say that five times forty five yeah no it's fine yeah yes fine the night where the vibes casper her was. You're jammed Jordan. Yes in one thousand nine hundred five probably when you orborne now seven I was born nineteen ninety. Yeah Okay Okay Ben Stein. That was another game for the guessing celebrities ages. What do you think about that game? I like it Gessler Jason Bateman for the for the game night yeah okay good as standalone standalone podcast but for all all again ten minute games that's that's good. I don't know this Jason Bateman Taryn he's forty seven. I don't know the answer. I was just asking yeah okay. I think that's a pretty sound guess yeah I guess fifty one. He's fifty okay see that was closer there. You wear one over though I don't know. Are we doing over role. So are we doing family feud. That's up for that. The family feuds side spices right. It's late. It's Tokyo in that same mistake on a podcast before okay all right Jordan Kayla where people listen to you every single week listen on this survivor on on rob has podcast. I think most of you know where to find that and that's about fifty fifty okay this week in survivor history. It's GonNa be looked for it. It's going to be right after the wiggle room this season. It's the what the show called survivor this. We can survivor history this season. I think it's calling me called the wiggle room. I did work on that. We have to work where we're still working on. What is going to be is it still the shack done working on it? Okay so beyond beyond the lookout for that okay and then of course Jordan is on twitter as well. He is at Jordan fake survivor seasons coming up. No not not scheduled but it could happen. I always find out like in the next week noted them especially if we've already given them playing them. It's fun. It's one thing to play them. it's another thing to look camera guy. We're playing playing them as a lot more fun. I've I've played more than I've done production season on this podcast cast have we do heels no but like with sixteen people and then we just have one night survivor game. It'd be a good idea for repacked. Maybe at the you know the next Robin Kiva Live. Maybe idea alive survivor going. It's gotta be like it's like an hour our I mean we we did. We need it around the table. big brother game at one of the last know-it-alls you just have a bunch of people sitting around able unhanged the game of survivor in front of each other. okay have like votes every couple of minutes okay. That sounds like fun. I it's actually would not be a bad all right so Jordan's onboard on-board all right Taryn. Where can people find you whether you're going to be doing a vanilla yogurt taste test? Yes you can find the yogurts. It's an rob homecare crazy. It's not vanilla. I like Vanilla. yogurts is a very area. I thought you were saying that instead of a lot of terrible people assume that vanilla nine and no Sir Labor No it's plain yogurt. You can find all of the plane scream flavor. If Lane is your favorite you don't eat icecream lactose intolerant or you just have crazy food. Take I'd just have crazy takes this guy back on the podcast ever have been okay. I gotta go on the Taryn show. I I need to hear. I need to hear more really down that he won't he's the he's the interviewer I know you can't you can't get in. How can you have you host? This is my my pitch. You host Taryn on the Taryn. Show and you ask you get to the bottom of Taron. Saul many have tried yes if if if he wants to. I'm sure that he can reveal more and more about about and we're GONNA pressure tearing I feel like I don't know I tear in it. I don't know if you know I'm a big Taryn. Show fan but I also feel like I know people aren't very little value from the terrain show what coast of the country you live on or anything. We'll see the avid listener will pick up on many many details throughout the entire tear. You can glean things here and there but I feel like it's our but anyway you should bring back the Taryn show. I liked the Tandja ranch it has it has not run. I mean a weekly not like hey. I'm doing it monthly right now. Yeah that's fine. That's find one. you know what you have an invitation to be interviewed on the bench. I'm up for it especially if it was like literally during the Day Day when I'm supposed to record this weird survivor as well. You know what lost the game you were forced together. We'll work on our schedules and we'll figure yeah. I'm that it needs to be. I wish okay alright and that Akiva you and chances are you. Are you guys up to two episodes a week or only one the episode on thirty two fans. Why would we do oh you mean because we talked about doing a Patriot yeah? I don't know a thing if it did poorly. I don't think my heart could handle doing a patriot and then like only seven mm people signing up for something yeah. It's it's the Jewish holidays we could barely do. Maybe in November. We'll do one but I've been on a roll with picking Games so yeah thirty two fans need to yeah and you're yeah you've been yeah but we pick against the spread you on here. I have played the rules for what's the spread what's being against the spread. I know you're not a big football. Guy Had to define that term yeah like. Do you think people know that who aren't football people. I mean probably not too bad probably not the details of it. I assume it means something along the lines of like going against the grain now exactly yeah yeah by the way Amanda Rabinowitz Rabinowitz had had an idea. I guess we could read it next week. What does it really teased it now? Okay fine all right. It's a similar idea to what Taryn saying we'll get the next week a similar radio attaran against the grain no but no whatever you say you're three hours into a podcast saying you just want me. We know you just said too. I thought to people you're saying no. She wants us to explain a sport to people and then like have a listener doesn't follow sports come on and we're going to pick their favorite team for them. Then you do that on their defense well we didn't do it. We have a listener from New Zealand who said like mention attention all thirty two teams like when they're previews an I'll pick and then he picked the jets maybe thirty two fans idea the jets the jets I guess he's from New Zealand and he you know he knew he wanted to be like an outsider. I Dunno you think it was the Winnipeg jets. I don't know is this. This gives me an idea. Okay well. What if what if you have a podcast where you bring on people who are very not knowledgeable college able about us? Yes you quiz them on it and see how ridiculous it become knowledgeable like. I think it's fun like a man to sink. She wants to become basketball men and she wants us to pick a favorite team for is there any sport you follow Taryn. You're not a sports guy right. Big Brother you carry. I was big brother's very physical over the years yeah yes I listen and what about the challenge I feel like Jackson is going to be like a ten season challenge. We started challenge yeah yeah. I think the point here is to see like is to try to get them to come up with like guesses and like how funny it it is but if they literally no nothing about baseball or something is that we'd be funnier is the you and I get quizzed. It's about something that we know nothing about so. It's like laugh at us. We're stupid idiots out something right everybody else knows about. I feel like it's backwards like I don't think it's fun. PODCASTS OF US like you know making fun of somebody because of what they don't know right now it was like so yeah tarrant you wanNA favorite. NBA team do a do. I do. I want you one. Do you want us to give you one. We'll give you one right now. This sure let's do it. You're a Sacramento Kings guy now. You need like biking journey Z. I know we're Pelicans guys. He's a kings guy. I'm Marteen your Sacramento Kings Superfan now and you know what you picked correct because I'm a big fantasy guy so to say I'm a King's man and I make on what I'm into Darren Fox. I'm it listen. There's only the only place goes up so nobody will use you being a front runner. Okay all right. Let's wrap this up Jordan Caitlyn. Thank you for all your hard work. Key allies did a great job. I really appreciate Jordan. Thank you so much for coming on. I'll see you. I'll see you keep it on this weekend survivor and keep doing the perfect stranger song right yeah. Oh okay. I just got six tweets during the show saying you better someone literally just tweeted. I think it was abby the Almond Dinger someone just tweet and said I will hunt you down. If you don't do the guys out tra- all right you sit stay with the perfect. Strangers is a great Larry Malki. Take it away This episode episode of Rob has a podcast is sponsored by friends over at Truecar. 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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #65: The Oral History of the Sleepover Podcast

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #65: The Oral History of the Sleepover Podcast

"WHOA very weird gaps? Got A needle in July twenty nine hundred podcast Co host rob sister now and Kiva winokur traveled to Minneapolis Minnesota to to record an episode of their real of ideas based podcasts. Robin Akiva need a podcast. Before they left they committed to recording additional podcast in their hotel room with Alexander Chester Chester. The Co host of Akitas. Other podcast. Thirty two fans. They called it. The sleepover podcast sleepover. podcast promised to be a hard hitting scintillating. Eating episode characterized by dark secrets and intimate revelations. Robin Akiva have gone on the record stating that they recorded that episode but ever since they returned from Minneapolis. They've refused to the public. It's ever GonNa see the light of day. Might be Many podcasts you have out there that have just been reported in a never aired. But I don't know there's no I'm not saying it will never air but I I don't think there's a air date agile. We sleep over which will never hear the lightning. That's and what happened during the sleepover. PODCAST and wise Akiva so reluctant to let us hear it. We really had had our highest of highs with the live show before ultimately getting to the lowest of lows with the sleepover. I think AKIVA was concerned about a lot of things that possibly could go wrong. I don't think you realized how they could end up going wrong for him over the last two months my team and I have sat down with the attendees of Sleepover podcast along with Rob Akiva in Chester to bring you the facts about exactly. What happened in Minneapolis? Today you'll hear from all thirteen guests as well. As the CO host of the sleepover podcast. craziest stuff almost entire fire on your host Lindsey Wilson and this is asleep at the wheel. The original idea for the sleepover podcast emerge during segment exploring potential wheel topics for a live show in Minneapolis. Robin Akiva had planned to add the live show. Oh to arrest her events during a guys trip to Minnesota with Chester here are Keven Chester talking. About where the original idea came from so the origin of the Minnesota trip is I think one night at like three am. I thought. Hey I'm going to be on vacation for a month this summer with my family. I need to get away for a couple of days. I wonder if the mets are playing the twins this summer. Because I'm a mets fan. My Co host on my podcast. Thirty two fans is a twins. Fan Alexander Chester. He's from Minnesota. And I figured there must be like a one in six chance that the mets play in Minnesota sort of the year. That would be a really fun road trip for us. Just the two of US will go. We'll have a good time so I rolled out of bed and got my phone at like three thirty. AM checked my. Ah Check the mets schedule. and Lo and behold in that one month I was away. The mets were going to Minnesota for two games and I sent chester message right then and I said Hey. Let's go to Minnesota this summer and and We could go to too many games. And we recordable podcast by ourselves and he said Oh that sounds like fun and we mentioned that we would go on thirty two fans episode and Rob Said said. Hey that's interesting you think I could come and we said sure and rob got back to us and it was like Nicole is not into that idea. I don't think it's going to happen so for a long time. It was just being chester. And I don't know what changed in Rob's mind but at some point he decided it sounded like fun and And rubs like hey. I'm in Akiva. Every summer comes comes to America to visit his in laws and his parents and so the part of the of the part of the trip when they're in Florida with his in laws he obviously wants to find any excuse he can't get the the hell out of there and so a Kiva looked at the the twin schedules and he noticed that the twins were going to be hosting the mets. And he said why. Don't you and I fly. Light of Minneapolis. and Go to the twins. Mets Games together and so we sort of mentioned that to some of our friends and they sort of the running joke among our friends was in assuming it's not going to happen but if it's actually happening on him out in then we mentioned on the PODCAST will recording thirty two fans. Because you know whether you're talking on or off the our cast usually having the same conversation we mentioned on the podcast and a number of listeners said hey I would be interested in that. I'd want to join and in one of those listeners. Who expressed that was rob? So then once Akiva rob was case. We're definitely GONNA do this. But then it was just the three of us but then again once once rob got involved and he's turned it into a live episode of that. You know one thing leads to another other. And all of a sudden we had over a hundred whatever people Robin Akiva discussed potential ideas. The idea for a sleepover episode was picked by longtime GP contributor Ellie Lasser. After after her appearance on episode MTV dating shows are trash. Here's the original Pitch Robin Akiva have a Tony. WLAC style sleepover. Our suburban. AKIVA sleepover slumber party and there are several games you guys could play. That are traditional sleepover games and and would incorporate a couple of at least one idea that you've said like isn't it on podcast so you could play hotseat which incorporates the questions that people want you to ask each other the like Robin Akiva. I ate you play truth or dare. You could play where you like you could listeners. You could prank a survivor. Just sleep in Akitas hotel room with him in Chester Mr in Minnesota and then just record this live. Yeah the guys like the idea. It seemed fun but rob wasn't sure it was right for the live show so he took it in another direction. I was actually the one that said I would do this. One if it was in Akiva and Chester's hotel room and then just invite people that are around. I think that would be fun. I would do that as like a podcast. That would be an intimate setting. Because I think that the idea of sleepover podcast was telling stories and things you would reveal in a smaller more intimate setting as opposed to do one that was in front of an audience and so there was talk of that when we got to Minneapolis we would record that podcast. One of the nights that we were there and then after it was recorded that would be something that would then appear on the wheel with a tentative plan. Place to record the episode in Minneapolis. Next they had to get chester onboard. Akiba decided for some reason which I don't understand that that he and I had to share a hotel room when we went to Minneapolis and rob obviously thought that was hilarious. Malaria because rob like a normal adult man was getting his own room and not sharing somebody but I was joking about the fact that when he talks to me and Akiva all these sort of inner secrets come out things that aren't necessarily discussed on the podcast and so rob mentioned. You know. Maybe I'll come over to your guys room late at night and will record a late night episode episode and I think originally it was going to be a thirty up so not or an APP episode. It wasn't really giving up so anything. He was just a joke that if all three of us were together in the room late at night that would conducive to sharing stories that might not otherwise be willingly shared on a podcast and so and then once it turns out and then rob showed up in our room The day we arrived Tuesday afternoon noon and he says all right. So I'll be back your letter. We're going to record a late night. PODCAST and so the idea was sorta started as a joke. And then I guess no one ever put the brakes on the jokes so just became a serious jurist. Since the original sleepover. PODCAST was her idea. We needed to talk to Ellie Lascher. But her feelings. On how the SLEEPOVER podcast turned out. I'm still pissed. The only the reason I'm doing this oral history is because I want to say on the record that they totally botched the whole thing and it should still be on the wheel. I don't even remember your question. I'm just so I'm enraged right now. Question for the time being the plan was set and all that was left to do is go to Minneapolis and make the episode of reality in the days. Leading up to the sleepover. There was a flurry of activity even before the live show on Tuesday. The group headed to a mets game followed by a raucous night at a local pub. Brits Cure Teheran Chester we all went to this pub called Brits Nights afterwards which was overtaken by like hundreds of Liverpool ripple soccer fans as we were walking out They were singing a song and all of the The the British hooligans were very very into it and had their arms around each other. And we're singing any along and and I like a couple of the other American thirty two fans were not people took out my phone. SORTA record the goings on and this tall British gentleman came up to me and and went in for a very sloppy kiss and I tried to evade it and I started turned and as I did so he bit my my like my cheekbone underneath. I hi That guy is now the prime minister of the United Kingdom. His name is a borst following this harrowing experience and given the lateness of the hour. The sleepover podcast originally intended to occur. On Tuesday night was push back. There was some talk about we. Were going to do it on Tuesday night but for whatever reason on Tuesday night didn't end up working. We had gone to the mets versus the twins game and then we had gone to the bar after the fact and then we ended up coming back with the ice cream tournament the next morning and There was just no momentum. I'm for these sleepover podcasts. On Tuesday night the second day was scheduled to be even busier than the first leaving guests to wonder whether they had missed their chance. To do the sleepover podcast. Austin all here Matt Stewart and William Courtney thrasher throughout the day. There was still some discussion about the sleepover podcast but I think that everyone kind of felt like we missed our chance with the initial first night. That was the night to do it. No one thought that it was really possible. Tuesday night came and went and Dan sleepover. PODCASTS didn't happen on so then the it was sort of push to Wednesday evening. The question there was still guarantee in in addition to attending another mets game Keven Chester also hosted an episode of their own podcast thirty two fans which was entitled the Ice Cream Tournament. AKIVA cheated of course khanate almost no ice cream I had of everything and I I would have had more. I would have had as much as I could following the tournament and while the group was the second mets game last minute. Tensions are rising behind the scenes over nap near days before the trip. The topic for the live. Show it's still not been decided. We didn't lock in the concept for the show. I think until a fan. Dan Vote maybe three days before the event that it would be robin. Akiva have have a live talk show when the idea for a late night show was finally settled upon some last minute. Logistics were acquired in particular finding a bandleader. I was very nervous about our band. Leader are showing up. I had gotten a hold of a man from craigslist named Carl earlier. In the day I I made contact with him. I think he emailed be on Tuesday and then I was calling him all day on Wednesday as we were getting ready and I was nervous about how the live show is GonNa play out rob. Didn't need to be nervous. The podcast went off without a hitch. Every week can better on you can guess what become among up and the highlight of of the night was definitely the live show. Rub wasn't alone. In believing that the live show is the highlight and while many agreed with him they're certainly appeared to to be a highlight within the highlight. Here's what I heard from the audience. I cannot explain in any way how sitting there with craigslist Carl and all all that was going on was in person versus on video because to actually be there it was hilarious. Coral was definitely a character craigslist. Carl was fantastic. He was a professional. He was doing his best with a weird insular world. That had no familiarity with so nothing but love for Carl. I call it a great job. He was really funny. I don't think the PODCASTS has captured. How funny he was? There's also a big controversy about whether who is the best. Supporting character of the weekend was a Quin from Ben and Jerry's who was Kinda employees hanging out samplings or was it Carl. I'm on the call given this response and recognizing that he was unlikely to have any insights about the sleepover podcast. I had have merchandise but to track down craigslist Carol. Okay so I mean. I'm a freelance musician in technician and every now and then you look at craigslists i. I looked at the the whatever on gigs portion of that and it was nearly midnight. This would have been the day before the event and and Sent off an email or whatever it's probably filled and then I got woke up in the morning By an LA telephone number. This is rob from Robin Akiva. Uh on like wow okay. This is actually happenings. I you know I've probably had some of my best experiences. Being thrown to the Wolves Qazi always learn something and and so he He sent me some lengths and islanders theme song for the most part. I think I might have fled the lear too but that was kind of amusing. Ask Carl currently. He thought of it being asked to do something. So niche so specific and on such short notice that makes fun. You know. I've done some weird stuff short notice life. It's more fun that way you know. They worked so well together as a pair that I don't think there was as much room to jump in and like be like the b the foil as like some of these other late night programs. I think they kinda young each other's Yang really. Good already I wanNA do it again. 'cause you know I have a lot of ideas to I do that better next time or you know. It's it was fun after the late night. Show the group hit the bar again but this time there is an air of anticipation the patient around what might be coming up next. The elusive sleepover podcast. Here Clear Matt and Mike. I had also had it in the back of my head sort of the whole time that they're invade illusions that there might be dislike. Secret Third SLEEPOVER PODCAST A hotel. So is like I want to kind of be on the ground floor. If that's going to happen I WANNA be around just in case Bob was down for anything. But he wasn't pushing the sleepover. PODCASTS idea Akiva on the other hand seemed to be the the real legs behind it I think his camp as a child got him really excited about this idea. I can imagine that every every single person that was at the hotel was waiting for them to say. Yeah I think we're GONNA leaving the sleepover. podcast you could definitely tell there was whispers going round end of like always asleep over going to happen. 'cause every everyone wanted to be part of that. The group left the Byron headed for the hotel. And that's where the intrigued began. Will and Courtney thrasher Asher had offered up their room for the sleepover episode. As Chester's early flight precluded him from staying plate and using his room. Well Rob would have no problem doing it in his his room. The Chester's issue was he had some work to do and he had a very early morning flight. I had a later flight because I was going to work the whole morning Thursday morning and and then sort of take an afternoon flight and not have to do their work because I worked remotely but between the time we book the trip and when we actually got to Minnesota my job of six point five years has had disappeared so I sort of in Minnesota with nothing to do for a couple of extra hours. I was in no rush. I didn't I would've podcast that till four. Am but other other people had planes the catch and wanted to get to sleep. Here's willing courtney talking about how. They volunteered their room. For the sleepover. PODCAST I was talking to Jeeva and I said Hey we are. We GonNA do. A reunion. Still do sleepover podcast. What's the status and Akitas like? Yeah I still want to do it but chester has some work to do you go to bed early so I don't know if we can do it in my room like we might need an alternate location and I said Oh we can we can use. He's our room night. That'd be fine. Obviously we can only fit a few people in there but I just want to head in volunteered or hotel room of course without talking deportees and like anyone who significant other has probably called Mike. Hey like someone's coming over and get the place ready. I was not very happy. And I think I might have been hung up uh-huh which was kind of interest because it's a mess we haven't been cleaning up these want to impress. Enzo ide you like a power clean and he comes back. ACT LIKE PAM ready to help and I was like well already done so about point. I calm myself down. I was fine but you are excited. I was but I was more worried about everything everything we presented Rob Akiva in Chester prepared to head up to the thrashers room but it rapidly became apparent that too many people were subscribing to the belief that when it comes to Robin Akiva even a podcast. You'd better attend. I think they may not have realized how many people were going to be at the hotel so we got back to tell and then Rob Anneke van Chester. Chester were getting in an elevator. Basically everybody tried to follow them in an elevator. Wouldn't get lost from Robin. Cuban Chester was very much like. Oh Yeah I WANNA get it on. The sleepover sleepover podcast. So I started milling around where Like Kiva and some of the other people had been fanning around and was like dropping so it was very much wanted to be involved with this was going to happen and AKIVA seemed like he was sort of you know interested in doing it but a bit concerned about the logistics that you know you couldn't necessarily have like you know twenty people all bundled into somebody's like hotel room especially considering that at that point I think it was like probably we've already twelve thirty or something and then it seemed like as everybody was heading back to the hotel it was like almost like a slight level of tension where it was like. Oh this is going to happen or not you know. You can't really say like Oh X. Y.. That like these people can come. But you know these other people can't come. I don't know about other people but it was certainly interesting. 'cause we were trying to keep an eye on like oh we are Robin Akiva and Chester were and were shooting for me. Personally I was having a great time talking to people so I was debating to degrade I keep talking with Alin in always keeping one eye on where Robert Chester Kiva were. Because at some point they're going to sneak off and their record Late night sleepover podcast. And neither one's going to be invited so I wanted to try and make sure that I got an invite to that and kind of headed back so tell same time they were. There was definitely a buzz of. Hey there's another thing happening tonight there's another there's another podcast that's going to be happening. And there were a lot of people that were staying at the hotel and there were probably you know truly honey or so people that were interested if not necessarily talking about but at least in being there. For the recording of the sleepover podcast. And so we had a really nice following that was there with us for the live show and everybody everybody that was around seemingly was a buzz about there was going to be something else happening tonight. People had sort of been asking like. Hey what's the sleepover over podcast. And I didn't know we certainly can't have forty people in a in a hotel room so we have to either cabinet the three of us and then and then and maybe when the thrasher's got involved with us. I don't want it to be high school where I'm inviting certain people to the Party and leaving some people out what was tricky was. I really didn't put a lot of thought into it because we were so busy and we all walked. Everyone who is staying at. The hotel walked back from the bar. Together it was only like a ten minute walk and I really. I said fine like it's just going to be five. We're GonNa have a nice time and then we because we walk back with a group like twenty twenty five people we got to the elevator and I was just talking to someone outside the Elevator Bank and I realize who is that. No one was going upstairs and and I had this like nightmarish realization. In like one second. They'll like someone someone I don't remember. It was turned to me and said like they're waiting for you. They all want to come to the sleepover podcast. And I then I I was like the principal all of a sudden I was like oh shoot because I feel like everyone here seems to have had a a good time and a lot of them I just met and there are probably like happy without wind with Robin myself and with Chester and now I have to be like the mean girl in high school and be like you can go to the party and you can't come to the party and I realized like literally there's like twenty iso or forty is on me and I don't I don't know what to do So then I just make an announcement like you know what I can't choose between anybody. It's not fair. Let's just I'm just we're just GonNa do me rob and Chester. The thrashers room. Kiva was in a bit of a panic. Of How do we lose all these people. How do we break it to everybody? They cannot be a part of the sleepover podcast. I think that I was willing to you. Know let's let's get crazy. Let's see see what can happen. But AKIVA was very concerned about the overflow. I think Akiva told everybody that we have to disband. We cannot have all these people in a hotel room and so it's ultimately not going to happen that we have a Ah Too many people to attempt something like this and everybody needs to go their separate ways. The hopeful audience now disappointed dispersed. So I get a call from achieve. It's one fifteen a. m. approximately and he's like okay. I need the millennial. Judge there are a lot of people. WanNa come to the sleepover. Then a bunch of people just showed up anyway anyway and there are people I told they couldn't come up because it was just supposed to be like me. Chester Robin some other people. But now all these people are here and like I feel bad had sending some people away and like I don't know I guess there's just like a nice guy and felt like really unreasonably guilty about that. People being excluded if people find out Kiva was very Self conscious about you let people down with them out and so I was like you know what like they had booked a conference room at the hotel while initially for the live podcasts that they quickly outgrew and so the idea was thrown out like I wonder if we can still use that that room like at this point I think almost midnight But I'll just go check and see if it's open so I ran down the second floor. Sure enough one of the doors was left ajar by the the janitorial staff so I left a chair in the door and I was like okay. We gotTA Outta Room. You can go to the conference for more people can take part in this sleepover podcast with the logistics issues sorted out the group headed downstairs to the conference awesome so that more people could attend when the demand for Pakistan ended up being in intellect triple digits. We needed the big room but robin already. Put down a deposit for that rooms. We already paid for this room so upset. You know what we conference room. We never even saw it. They never even mentioned it to us but we paid paid however much money it was for this conference room. We had it from like the entire day Wednesday now Wednesdays over because it's like twelve fifteen thirty at night but let's just find this room. I'm just like nobody else is gonNA use it so we start sneaking down to the room and I'm like everyone better be quiet because again. I'm not a rule breaker. I don't want the hotel to yell at US and like the worst gets. There's there's like. We like to in the morning pajamas. Go downstairs we start the podcast about twenty minutes and then like some security guard comes in all right everyone out of here and you guys are in trouble so we went downstairs ears and I had People Post on the group sort of the facebook group for the event the event facebook. Anybody WANNA come down. Everyone is invited invited and at that point I was happy. Like if we're going to go down and smoke all go down together. We all decided to go in and squat in a conference room some some people were reticent to do so knowing man trouble kicked out I A frequent hotel conference from squatter Back in my youth I used to just Sneak into hotels Sometimes like with my friends to sleep in the conference rooms I've also recorded many a late night. PODCAST with Akiba for hotel conference rooms and so I know that you go if you open the door in if as long as it's not locked no one's going in there late at night so you can do whatever you want. The next step was to make sure that all of the guests new the new location. For the SLEEPOVER podcast. Several people I spoke to talked about their reactions is to learning that the sleepover podcast was finally happening here Christine Christa. Josh and Matt Chemo is getting a little aggressive. Like Christine Christine you need. You need a posted some thirty fans you need to post events. Are you messaging people. You've got a message people and get them down here right now. Kinda late. My thought. Should I go. Should I not go and then like at that moment. Another guy they don't remember everyone's names A million people but another guy who I recognized from the group came like running up to the hotel and he said are you. Are you going to a different bar and saw the alert and brand the hotel as they go in. I started making a beeline that way. I probably ended up missing about ten fifteen minutes of it in my in my rush to get back over. 'cause I was probably at least a mile away when I got the message. My personal situation. I well deciding whether I should go or not. Ibook two flights and decided. I'll all save two hundred dollars to fly out right after the R. N. E. P. Live Event and So be it little. Did I know that I was going to be missing. The event of the century. Everyone agreed being part of the audience for the sleepover. PODCAST was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Here's Sara the aren't just felt like they were part of something special like this so something very small and intimate and you know we just came from rap event that had like hundreds of people and now this is just like we're in a small room. We're really getting to know these people. Yeah I feel really intimate. It is except one person they ruined it by having an audience at long last the show finally begin. Unfortunately the group quickly realized that as a collection of people perhaps not often invited to sleepovers. It was not totally clear. What was supposed to happen next so we started talking and we were talking about who who had been to sleepovers and the nature of sleepovers but Akiva really really wanted to lean on? Hey we need to call Allie Lascher. Now we had so many people in the room at a sleepover podcasts. And we're for sleepover and I don't know maybe I have not been by the dominion sleepovers men and maybe this is what you do. You call up people at sleepovers who are not at the sleepovers. I thought that you really interact with people that are there but Kiva felt very strongly. We need eight to call up Allie last year and we need to have her on speakerphone. Because we need to consult with what what do we do next. So allie Lascher had come up with questions that were to be asked at the sleepover which was a great idea. And that was I think something. That could've been very fun to talk about with the people in the room. But Kiva had this list of questions from Allie Lascher which he really then wanted wanted to ask Allie Lascher. Maybe the narrative just like Akitas too nice but he just kept asking me the questions and I I remember keep continuing to be like nobody cares about this random person like on the phone ask the audience ask each other like at one point. I think one of the questions was like what what's like dealbreakers in a relationship or something like what makes it perfect relationship and he was a galley. What do you think now's a youth? There are three married men on the day between Chester Robin. Akiva don't don't come to me. It's one thirty. Am and I'm on the phone with strangers and whatever so. I didn't know exactly what we're supposed to do. Rob Didn't know so. I brought a list of one hundred road trip questions and I thought those would be like icebreaker type questions. Like what country do you WANNA travel to. And what's the biggest mistake you've ever I made and when were you like really embarassed thinking that it would be a big hit but it was renowned. -Ly Not one person in the room would answer answer. Any of my questions I people were. I was practically getting booed. Nobody was interested in in my idea and I don't know what they wanted because as I don't know if like rob wanted me and or chester like open up and make fools of ourselves. I don't know what his goal was like. If you just wanted us to share some embarrassing things that we wouldn't wouldn't share on a normal podcast but in our pajamas in front of like fifteen or twenty people that we've been around for over forty eight hours and while that may not have been to keep a wanted to have have happened. That is indeed what would happen. I just remember I would try to ask a question. Would Yell at me over facetime and say like stop it. That's not interesting. No one cares ears. Don't ask that question no one answer. It and I felt like everyone likes started. Bullying me Kiva wasn't wrong. Nobody likes the questions it was then. It became very apparent that there was no plan for the sleepover podcasts. There is no script no no planning and if became sort of okay. What do we do now? So AKIVA had print off a a list of questions. Almost like questions. You'd ask your significant other in the car like long road trip. You're trying to get to know each other less. Ask these questions. Not Questions for typical gets conversation. But just not probably conducive to a river. Gene sleepover podcast. And certainly not what I thought it was going to be. I mean personally. I was ready this year. The deep dark secrets fetish. We have a Rex Ryan in the room. I mean I was is just really looking forward to hearing some dirt on people. Keep having ideas that everyone else was was voting down. I remember he was reading from a list of questions. He was asking Allie on my phone. yeah people were not Interested in caves attempts to keep wasn't trying to play like fun late night games. He was trying to play really boring games. Kema had a list of questions that we allegedly have have given him. But I feel like she's way too good to is given this crappy list to him and it was like fifty different things to talk about like ice breakers or it it owns it up seeing She just really like made fun of him for not understanding. What sleepover was AKIVA? Oh was asking the sleepover questions. But it turns out that they were actually the card like road trip questions that had been brought up previously. which for not really Blake sleepover questions? So allie was pretty. I mean disgust might be a strong word but it was just like one of these questions. You're asking I said I feel like everyone. Who is there probably hates me because it made zero sense that I got called but then I was like efforts to and so I stayed on and had mine? There were some other challenges as well for the beginning of the PODCAST. It really seemed like it was not going very well. There was a lot of question answer. The answers weren't particularly interesting. Interesting particularly noteworthy. They kept asking Allie. What the PODCAST was supposed to be about I was also a bit concerned about alleys audio. Because his she was on a Akiba's I think iphone four speaker and there just wasn't a lot going on. It was pretty clear that this was a we spent a lot of time planning our last podcast. That was a couple of hours ago and now we were hoping this would work itself out. I knew at this point. It was like a disastrous episode. But I I I didn't know how to salvage it. It was it was disastrous in terms of content and it was disastrous in terms of quality and disastrous for my self esteem. It would indeed be disastrous for his self esteem from that point on the evening became about one thing the embarrassment of Akiva that he had feared all along conventionally towards the end of the podcast after it had had a number of different iterations at turned into let's ask Akiva Kiva if he can accomplish basic human tasks and the answer was usually no and I think that at whatever one thirty in the morning after a full day of podcasting he ended up very exhausted and revealing a lot about things that he cannot do. Intrigued I asked the audience members to try to recall. Some of the things. AKIVA is incapable of doing in the case of Sean. The mailman ran APPs favorite postal worker. He refused to answer through the question. Indicating that it was not his place to do so the whole of the stories I believe they are the reason for the withholdings and fortunately the rest of the audience members were not nearly so polite driving Kemah. I know I'm doing. The dishes. Came up for sure riding a bike you know how to shoot me. Like specifically avoids buying shoes with laces. Then there were some other ones that had things to do with like driving and you know being incompetent in various aspects of life and it all kept it seeming to like come back on the TV and making him seem like which total loser which is probably also why he was saying. I don't want it was just sort of like obviously just the quirks works of like the nature of the particular questions that were being asked by key. Never done the laundry. He doesn't wash dishes on stuff around the home. That really like ninety nine percent of humans have done in. He is not to be completely honest. It hadn't been the best podcast lack of ideas ideas going in probably Unleaded sell to being a great podcast went off the rails very quickly it will. It was very funny. You could tell at the time of this. PODCAST had about five percent chance of seeing the thing that I remember sort of turning the tide. But it's Chester told us a little bit about the Kiva that that day was the first day that he had ever adjusted a thermostat. We would just be throwing out these things. Like Hey Akiva. Do you know how to tie. The answer would obviously be like no. I have no idea how to do that. Hey you know how to iron a shirt no And they talked about it a little but all the podcast where if you know if Akitas wife were to leave him he would probably die within a week just not being able to you know pay bills builds or any of that sort of stuff so that was kind of what it devolved into. I think that's really why it keeps US pretty apprehensive about the actual episode getting out there because it really just became like you know with all the things. Wrong with the Chemo. Mike talk about them rather than waste. Time listing things that Akiva can't do should just things that he can't do because vendor down thirty seconds and you can move on and you have to assume if something's not on the list explicitly that's because he can't do it even if it's so obvious and easily you won't have to think that certain things would be analyst. You're like well how to write a check. How how to tie a pair of shoes Outta ride a bike like are there adults? Don't know how to do these things in the answer is always yes and it's always was a Cuba but I think I keep an eye probably everybody The the more you know about them the more horrified you are but what kind of an insane person you're actually feeling. I think that the theme was that Akiva is incapable of a lot of the basic things that adults are able to do and he really A relies heavily on the support of his wife and his kids to function. AKIVA is not capable of pumping gasoline. AKIVA I don't believe is capable of either feeding himself or preparing ring any food for himself outside of cereal. I don't believe the Kiva is capable of waking up up for things that he needs a support system to get like literally get him out of bed and get him to where he's going. I I really think that the reason why Akiva said was that he had so many embarrassing revelations about himself and his inability to function as an adult that that was why he said this is a disaster and nobody can ever hear this podcast. Akiva has many talents silence. But that at the same time that he while he has many superpowers he also has many weaknesses and blind spots but then and it turned into Kiva admitting all of the things he doesn't know how to do and it was truly alarming. Like my jaw was on the floor and I was like Akiva. This is waking you unlikable book. I think what ended up happening is I started digging my own grave because I mentioned like I mentioned I was incapable of of doing some like basic ace acumen function that I don't remember it was now and then it just ended up being a whole race. The rest of the episode was just like Bashing Kiva. Wh what else can you do. What else can you do? And I didn't even know like I have. There's a lot of things I'm like a weird guy. There's like a lot of things that like other people are capable of or like or is very normal for other people that I can't do or I have never done like I don't know how to turn on the oven in my house like I've never cooked. I don't even know the difference between like baking and cooking. I just have like when I have a blind spot. It's like the world's biggest blindspot I just don't know I don't know anything about it. And there was just like twenty examples samples of that but hopefully blocked most of them out. So I don't know I just I just remember one person towards the end yelling at like. Do you have reason to live now. It's like wow. This is Scott like Scott Way too real and at that point I realized like natural wherever going to air this of course the exclamation nation mark was when I forget who asked Akiva what he can do at the very end and he exclaimed and I bring home the money baby and then realized that he does not anymore and then said but not anymore and then covered his head in his hands and seem very upset. At that point he did have a moment of like. Is this what I'm doing with my life. I've had a good time. Is this what I've come to being being swept man's Murphy listening to a man bear his soul on decent amount of weaknesses. After hearing all of this and knowing that this episode will never see the light of day on ramp or any other podcast. I asked the audience whether they felt that this episode should have aired. Kiva said. Give me your artist's opinion. Do you think that if you were made you think that there should be aired and we both gave a resounding there was us now we would. We would not want it up there in the ether for people to that'd be able to talk about keep us anything. There's no upside trevor into hero incompetent. He is an I said. I mean this the nicest way possible. I feel like it wasn't news it I thought it was going to get released. Until after the roast of Akiva after people were making asking these questions about Akiba not by and then when he was sitting there dejected with his head in his hands. I felt like a Cuba's probably not going to want this to air. And then in the wrap up the podcast I think rob said something about. You'll hear this at a future date and keep a mentioned. Oh they're never going to hear this. This is never never getting out. I thought that the podcast odd cast was going very poorly. I really did not think that things were going well but then I thought that a key breakdown and existential crisis of this is terrible. I nobody should ever hear this. I actually actually thought that that was what was going to make it. Good where I was so raw and there was such a really real emotion in feeling that was happening. And all of Keita's revelations I did make it an interesting podcast. I do think that there is some beauty beauty in the train wreck of it all and I felt like that we had reached that point where that it was great reality TV of AKIVA was having this low moment and was was bearing his soul. And it's so hard to find honesty in in raw emotion in these types of podcast and I thought that that's at the heart of what the sleepover podcasts could have been in and I think that this was going to be something that potentially people have never heard anything like this before. Given that Akiva refused to air the sleep of her podcast. Why was he willing to let us conduct this oral history project? I was curious about that too. Like why he would be okay with us during the early history. Okay so I think maybe it's less lake in his space because it's going to be less him answering the questions him like sort of the Spotlight D. on him so I think he probably thinks it better to have it sort of retold than to just hear like the stark details. Whatever the reason for his agreeing to let us conduct this podcast? The original content will not be aired. I thought Robb would think I was being a huge baby and would put up a fight right but I guess he realized it wasn't like audio gold so he really I mean I made sure like emailing him a few times and said like hey. Let's never air this. and HE I. I think the whole weekend had gone well so he wasn't mad at me or at least if he was he didn't say anything and in fact nobody was mad at Akiva even in spite of these revelations of Akiva. I don't think you're ever seen you know I think he likes to To be the bad guy really is such A. He's such a nice guy. Keita's living a life where you don't have to know how to do these facing so it's pretty much everything you want. So I I strive not to have to do anything. So anyone. WHO's into Kiva about his cushy? Life is jealous. Everybody in their late loves Kiva and thinks he's hilarious. Nothing in common with like any other experience that I've ever had an interest interest akitas cool about fifty percent of time. I went all the way down to Minnesota ate ice cream. I went to baseball games. uh-huh craigslist Carl. I saw laurel from across the room and didn't meet her too bad. I went to the Aston Villa Bar. But I never got to. Experience sleepover podcast. And that'll be one of my greatest regrets in life that is for sure and as to the question. We're all wondering will we ever hear the sleepover. podcast it's like I still still think there's a place for the sleeper podcast. The real y like doing it the right way on the wheel. Maybe someday maybe we could keep up with it. As well. Upon on his passing it could be released in Tortuga. Carry it off wish that upon I don't ask them. I do think that the idea. The Of The sleepover. PODCAST is in was a good one and if there ever is another opportunity to have have people at a hotel in a sleepover environment again I I do think that it can work. I don't think that the hi dear is bad one day perhaps it keep it will change his mind and let the world. Hear the SLEEPOVER podcast. Maybe one day but for now we make do this. Oral History of the SLEEPOVER PODCAST special. Thanks today go out to John. Saltzman Adam High Bac and Edwin Johnson for their help interviewing the participants silence of sleepover podcast into the participants themselves alley. Lascher will and Courtney thrasher. Jason stood clear. Hendrickson Matt Stewart. Sean the Mailman Brett Farren Handcuff Christine. Rattus dare Amir's Josh lemur might Christianson Josh Crete Christie Greek Suk Rob Gesture Kiva and craigslist. Karl I'm Lindsey Wilson and this has thin Wow Wow we are here we have just heard the the oral history of the sleepover. PODCAST AKIVA are you there. Barely this really fits in with my New Year's resolution which was the to start drinking. Are we allowed to air this episode. Yeah I guess I. It's funny because I had forgotten like. Hey what was the big deal. Why don't we just they are the original and then I heard an abrupt back a lot of nightmares? All right we. We are here with the woman behind the oral. History of the sleepover podcast. Please welcome the Great Lindsey. The Wilson is here Lindsey. How're you in downgrade? How are you? Ok Lindsey the world has just heard your our masterpiece. Will you be sending this to can already house. Okay will you be inconsideration Asian for a podcasting Pulitzer I mean. I think I probably should be right. Yes okay. This is the greatest achievement of my life. And I feel like that's probably not not a good thing. Incredible job I was blown away Lindsey that I was. I was crying during uh-huh rollercoaster. Yeah yes I mean I was crying I was laughing I was I was crying. I wasn't I I wasn't broken like maybe Akiva might have been during listening but I just want. I wanted to keep because I as a friend I just want to make sure you're you're okay with all this that you mentioned that you were bullied that night that you feel like that. The people misinterpreted you. No I mean we can get to you. Know maybe specific points that I can Argue within a few minutes. But I'm fine. I think it was great honestly the main takeaway should not be. Oh my God. I can't do this. Oh my God like Akiva Gabelli like the main takeaway is like Lindsey spent months putting together this incredible episode. That's like nothing I've ever heard. Before in podcasts. Castes so good yeah it was incredible. Lindsey can you just talk about now that the world has heard the oral. History of the sleepover. What what have you wanted to say about this project? I checked it was a huge amount of work which I think I kind of forgot as I was going through it doing the interviews that it was also then going going to be like thirty minutes per person just listening to what everybody had said so there is a ton of stuff like you could do some kind of special edition producers. Chris cut but nobody wants to hear that there is a lot of stuff about baseball. And how none of your fans know anything about baseball soundlessly which was fine for me. Because I don't know anything either but that was a big takeaway yeah. Chester unsurprisingly was the longest I interview by a lot. Okay who was the greatest joy for you to work with in this process cheese. You know honestly getting getting craigslist Carlos. Yeah that was a very exciting moment. Getting craigslist carol shocked at craigslist. Carl was was in this way blown away. Why amazing how she found Well I mean does it ruin the magic tell you how. And it's not that I know don't tell don't reveal your secrets okay. Well the point is he was. Is there a game. And he was really into it and he was a delight to talk to you especially given that I was like this is even weirder than that thing you did before rob. Here's a lot of ideas is for us. Yeah we should get the band back together. Literally yet yes he is for us. We should get back out there. I mean I kinda like that if we do this again next summer. I think that we have to bring craigslist Karl on the road with us. I think we can handle that. Yeah all right well Lindsey. What was your biggest challenge putting this all together? I think probably like I wanted to make sure everybody was included because everybody was very generous with their time and everybody was very game to do this and so I really want to make sure that everybody was featured in some way but a lot of people were saying kind of the same things that was challenging. I I think it kind of came together like everybody had sort of a unique. Take on it Everybody was in there. I think Sean The mail lands audio isn't a nervous. Yeah I think that was kind of the biggest thing but it all works out. I said everybody gave me so much of their time and I did have a good team helping meal on the way to get the interviews is into our Kiva. Did you have any qualms with anything that was said throughout the oral. History of the sleepover podcasts. Gas I've a lot of problems with some of the things that were said like I done. I do the dishes every single day. I Dunno where people came up with. I don't know to do the dishes. That doesn't make any sense Like certain things I can do that. People were like putting on it was. It sounded a lot. Like have you ever seen braveheart. The William Wallets thing where it starts off that. He's like six foot two by the end he's like an actual actual giant and it was just like people telling stories of the Lower Willy Moss. It was like that with me in some way true and I feel like some were were noncanonical. It's GonNa I feel like people saying you don't know how to do. The dishes may be one of the lowest damning things that they said but it was not true. Some of them were too. I mean I know at a time I choose like these are some of these are absurd so in some of these things I know to do. Choose not to I actually think there's going to be like a car crash from this episode. Forget about you know. People people getting hit by cars like I. I feel like there was a couple times I like couldn't we had we had Someone coming over and looking at our house try not from us from the people own it and they all like walk into the room and I was listening to this you because you know we were listening right before this and like I was leasing at something that was being set like a crazy person. Like people alert. This isn't this could be a dangerous. What was your? What was your favorite part? Rob Boy I feel like obviously other than a Craigslist Carl. I just felt like that the towards bit towards the end when we got into really talking about. WHOA WHOA you know? All of the different AKIVA stories on. I don't remember what it was but there were. There was points where you know I I was having a hard time time breathing with laugh crying like the Emoji and it was just incredible. If you ever read real oral history a Lotta Times you never get to the bottom of something so you can have three people telling the same story completely differently contradicting each other and then you just move on to the next part of the oral history and I love. That was a part of this like every single person had a different amount of people that were in the room and a different matter. People you know there was five hundred people on the trip with us. Like every person's story was with you know mostly mostly similar but a lot of the specific details were so different like by the way was asked villain not Liverpool. Whoever whoever's the couple things like Courtney at the end like basically wishing death upon me so the the episode could be released. That was crazy. A Nice Lady. She sent us like CAIR packers. Afterwards words like this charming midwestern lady and now she's talking about my funeral and like if the podcast will be in my will. Yeah Lizzy do you have any questions Christians that you feel like are still unresolved after all of these different interviews that you did. I think the biggest one is the one that we try to address a a little bit at the end but I guess the main one was. Why Akiva were you okay with US doing this? I realize how bad in the first twenty minutes like I tweeted. I watched I listened the first two minutes yesterday. Then I signed off for like twenty four hours so I listen to the first few minutes and I'm like Oh. This is incredible. Like I can't believe how good this is and I tweeted about it and then like the first twenty minutes I was like Oh this is so exciting. We're still in Minnesota. We haven't even got upstairs yet. I didn't realize how painful the second half would be. So I you know I I forgot. It's been six months forgotten. How how bad it was Couple other takes by the way first of all the one lindsay basically did a perfect job. Did nobody mentioned the snoring thing because to me. That was the single craziest thing that happened absolutely. Not What was that rob. Do you remember the snoring thing. You know what I was recently reminded of it okay. The Chester Chester Chester. And I first of all Chester complain saying that we shared a hotel room. LISTEN TO MR one percent. We can't I mean now that he finds out that I snore. That's a little different. But we each have to spend three hundred dollars on our own hotel. Our Room Lindsey. If you go somewhere with with a good friend of yours you get different hotel rooms or or you share a room like a platonic Ram hampel tonic. It doesn't make any sense like Mr one percent anyway. Chester videotaped me in the middle of the night snoring from the back of my head like the bad part with like the ball. Stuff and and story really loud in commentary over senator. Dr Jen then plays it in the middle of the PODCAST video for everybody. How did that get mentioned? That's the craziest thing that happened. So I I feel like people got off easy in that room. I didn't name the person who said like why. Do you have no reason the people you know I I feel I feel like You know I got I got the rough end of the stick here Yeah so I thought I thought the funniest parts of the alley parts. Were funny either that the Chester Chester. Boris Johnson joke was great in the eye and now he's the prime minister I don't know there's just so many so many funny parts the I I love that like a storyline for the last few months over an APP is being not have a good job and then when they ask me what I do and I say I said I bring home the Bacon and baby. And they're like Oh wait I. I thought that Chester was trying to say that like I made up the idea. For the sleepover. podcast like on the fly and like I was trying to like make it happen. Did you get that or did I just misinterpret corporate that wrong. No it definitely sounded like that because it was supposed to be a thirty two fans thing I can. Nobody's putting the brakes on this idea. He also I think like originally was supposed to be thirty two fans love when we when we started because rob wasn't even coming. This is going back a few months. I'm not sure executives of a couple weeks before the alley lash was on. The she was suggesting the sleepover was what we should've done in front of the audience. In Minnesota Yeah famously falls asleep listening listening to Rene and other podcasts. At night so he he's not reliable for that was Alternative facts from Chester. Yeah I was just so good. I'm happy for people who are going to hear this Lindsey. What what's our next project? Here what do you want to do next. You WanNa take some time on some sort live other investigative journalism project. What else do we need solved rob well first off that? I'm wondering if Lindsay is just GonNa you know. Oh you get her own cereal. Ask you know kickstarter going for whatever her next project is. I don't know if she she might not be in our league anymore. Yes that's true. Several people ask me about this one. Can I listen to that thing. You're doing and I was like I can assure you. This is not of interest general interest list but this is too niche. Like someone who's never heard the podcast will not be able to hear this. I was trying to explain this to my family and I was trying to keep it so vague and they were just like no no. We're definitely GONNA listen. I just I don't know if I can possibly explain to them what they're going to get into if they try to listen. Did you enjoy this Lindsey or was this. It's a project that you took on and then we're ruining the day Allah Frail Mary. No I actually really enjoyed it. It was is a huge amount of time that was kind of devoted to it and the scheduling. Everybody in was hard but once I started piecing it together it became so much fun and I was deeply concerned that every odorant hate it but apart from that I really really enjoyed doing it. I don't know if we can follow this up i. I can't think of the thing that we could potentially attention Loui Do anything like this again with. Yeah I have got a couple of ideas but nothing nothing imminent I do you mean in general like should this be the last episode of the podcast. It's like how can we go to season three seven. Both aren't family matters after this. Yeah this was just such an incredible work of journalism that you did Lindsey. Thank you so you guys liked it so blown away. What if we hated it? Would we be able to tell who faking right now. Rob I think. I think that we have no qualms discussing things that we might be critical about. You know if rob doesn't like something he says it's fine. That's fine fine. Let me see detested it. I was ready for that. Yeah fine fine. It was incredible Akiva the if we did another our summer trip this year. You feel like that there would be more buzz after this or less buzz. I mean a lot of you know the the the one thing. That had to sleepover pockets. That people didn't here is like people were talking about how much what a great time they had. I think we really an unless I. We didn't hear from someone. We really had like a universal positive reaction the live show. We're going to get into the mailbag section. We have the episode rankings of every we've done everyone was at the live show said it's legal best episode nap like it was really good So I think more people should come. We'll have a good time and I think we will do the soup over podcast again but this time all right okay Lindsay. How could we save the sleepover over podcast? If we ever tried to do it again I think the point Elliott is pretty good. You probably can't have an audience but I don't know I think I think you were also right right in the point you made or of like there's a way to do it correctly and if you play those games and ask those hard hitting questions I think you can do something with that Yeah I think that you just get a couple of people in a room talking and I think that something interesting is bound to happen and I will say that something interesting did eventually happen. I was so worried about like rob was just GonNa get Chester especially chester but also meet like reveal things and it ended up like I would much rather reveal anything in truth or dare. Whatever like old school sleepover game? We could play them this stuff. I mean this wouldn't have come up why this came up on the oral history. This is my thing that I get people into compromise situations so that they reveal. Reveal the embarrassing things. So that's me that's my thing. I don't think it's your thing but I think like that's what the podcast would like you asking the questions. It would have like devolved lobbed chester saying like just like did drop a completely insane story that people were gasping it on the floor that did not make the did not make the chester talk. A little bit about your relationship with your like that wasn't it. Wasn't it it wasn't you. I just think like I'm not saying you would have been the fault. But I think that's what ended up would've ended up happening. Okay all right. Do you remember that story. That was wild. Save that for next. Yeah I think I remember. I'll ask helpline and we'll see if we're on the same page Lindsey Avery in terms of your your own own podcasting will. Where can people I? We'll do more plugs at the end of the show but we're where can people hear more about what you're doing. Yeah so so tragically. My podcast has come to an end up until the yeah. I know the original office lady. I was the original office lady. And that's you know. Actually it became a much bigger thing after they started like we were barely known and then all of a sudden sudden we were getting like hundreds of thousands of downloads. Which is why Chris to me? So yeah so basically I had moved in just kind and of the podcasting co host that I had. We're just not in touch anymore now that we're not in the same city and we just can't make it happen anymore. What do you mean we have to do the podcast today? That's in touch. No no yes. I would've been it would've been good but we just we're not in touch anymore. We had a bit of a following all this work into documentary. Did this episode relationship now. And it's actually. It was kind of wonderful because I had been so sad that after I moved one of the things I'd had to lose was my podcast because it brings me such joy every week and I really love doing it and then I just didn't have that outlet any more okay so then. This one was a very nice way to kind of get back into it and it was something. I hadn't thought I'd be able to do anymore so that was kind of an unexpected. Joy of the sleepover podcast. Haram listeners. Out There Rob who just got broken up with an instead of you know like binge eating or I don't know what people do after breakup WanNa put like two hundred hours into editing episode. So of course let us know right. Well I say we do all this. Hey We'll find you a new best friend or who wants to go on a date with missy but we've never done of. Hey I just broke up with my podcast co host. Can you find me a new podcast co host. Would you please. Yes please. Hot Gassing Do you own the rights to the office. PODCAST that you can do without. I read I probably could. I don't know if I feel somewhat spiteful. There are three seasons of the office. PODCAST had that search engine optimize name If anybody is interested but for now unfortunately it is dead and would like to keep podcasting about or is there a different field that you would like to get involved with honestly I. It doesn't really matter to me. The the office was a thing that we were both able to confidently so that was kind of why we picked Lindsay was a an original. What time you came came in? But she was with us through the seinfeld recap yes cast. Yeah so obviously did not come to the finale but we had her on the line sadly awfully likes to call people in a room full of forgot that was the original thing like hey let me call somebody. Somebody on the phone that was during the people were talking about the during the seinfeld finale. I thought it'd be funny if we called like are diehard listeners. who weren't there and the audio didn't really work but it was a funny? Ought to do one Lewis all right well Akiva any traction for Fine Lindsay new podcast co host. Yeah absolutely we you can have a whole episode like that and people could come on an audition. I'm up for they've if three or more people volunteer will put it right on the wheel and it's not an official arena or Rha podcast. You guys go off and you do you podcast whatever you want. We're just gonNA find a podcast. We'll just take ten percent breath getting two thousand downloads. Office ladies We we should do the opposite of what Lindsay did we should like swoop in when there's a popular podcast with a very similar more topic and just get their leftovers like you mean example. We'll give me the what's the next podcast. That's going to be big. So let's say let's say David. Simon does a really early popular. The wire podcast so we could just be like the wire. Buddy and we'll we'll we'll get ten percent of their listeners will still be enough. So we're looking for the next recap HAP- podcast doesn't the recapped. It could be anything it could be. You know a true crime thing. It could be anything that's pop in that week. And we'll we'll just Conan O'Brien needs a friend. We'll do a Conan rewatch podcast or something. I don't know so we're just coming in and then making a similarly named podcast and jumping on basically. Yeah well every week. If we're getting a hundred thousand okay lizzy was like. Hey this is the podcast. That is The sounds like what you're looking for this is it Yeah it sounds interesting. Okay all right. I'll land. This is a great idea. Great idea all right Lindsey. We used to ground for the mail bag of course demonstrated I have nothing else going on right right all right. Let's get into our mailbag but I want to thank our sponsors upset. The podcasts those our friends over at bet online dot A. Jesse the presenting sponsor of the podcast one sports net challenge. Where five thousand dollars going to the winner of the podcast? One sports net shall. Of course. It's the wild card weekend NFL playoffs have arrived while car weekend. 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Yeah well. It's actually a good thing that you bring that up because we sent out this week Survey to our listeners of every single episode we've done asking them to rate it on a scale one to ten and I have here in front of me the data would we like to. Would you like to play around with the data short rated episode that we ever did So out of from one to sixty four and we're going to focus on the good stuff right now because I feel bad you know. Sometimes we had guests come on the POD can then I don't WanNa say hey. Your episode was number thirty. Seven hundred sixty four so mostly we're going to reveal the full rankings. I don't think so I was by many people many people. Yes but would you like to guess where from one to sixty four. The last week's episode Criminal Minds Robin Cassava. Another murder. Six to know. It wasn't that bad. I didn't I think look I personally enjoyed it very much. Yeah we had a fun time. Banter is people just listened that episode. Lindsey WanNA guess forty one. Yeah it was a fifty one. So wow yeah I guess you'd have to have a guest every week. Ah like us just talking about a criminal minds episode. Yeah Whoa also criminal Ma you know. Sometimes it's just a criminal minds maybe didn't really Excite people would you like to guess. Rob What is on the mount grenade more on cast. Four most popular podcasts according to our listeners are we there yet any other interesting interesting tidbits from before we get more. Oh do you WanNa do what else do you want to know. I feel feel okay. Are you start from there. The mountain nap more because the way the A survey was ranked from one to ten each episode And then also there was which are the four episodes should be on mount redoubt more for us. The core is correlation between the highest rated episodes and the ones that were selected for Matt Ryan and more a three-run both and then there's One that's in the top four but did not come close to Mount Rainier more interesting weird when I tell you what it is it will make sense. Okay let's have have you guys. Both guests. What are for most popular episodes are according to our listeners? By the way Randi Nubile did this on self. We had five hundred five hundred twenty seven people feel at this ridiculously long form for US okay. I don't know if it's fair necessarily Lindsay on the spot like this. I mean I did rank them myself. Okay all right okay billboards then okay Ah Conspiracy pod conspiracy POD I. I wouldn't I probably even though I personally think it should be are there. I did this exercise myself. I'm not sure if conspiracy pied I feel like it could have been ranked very highly. But maybe it wasn't on the Metronet more uh-huh what are your other ones. Lindsay Master Napper. Robin Akiva name. Baby maybe the royal rumble. Okay and rob do you have. Do you have any differences there so I think royal rumble and Maswrah napper are there. I think I had gained night in my own personal ballot. And maybe the live show. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. Those are all good guesses. Nobody missed that badly. You're right. Conspiracy pod is the number three episode Both on Mount Rainier more overall eight point nine three at a very high. Yeah scoring where like a seven is very good at six is pretty good. Would you know nine is an Oscar worthy award winning and the scores went all the way down to three point. Five nine although only three so it's got less than a five So yeah master Napkin. Royal Rumble were the top to. They duked it out the whole time and Master Napa and even score of nine out of ten juice nicked the royal rumble for the number one episode of all time although the royal rumble easily got it was number one in Mount Rainier more the majority of listeners voting it into to the top four episodes okay so can spirit pod was three. Does anybody WanNa guess what the fourth episode was. It has not been named yet Not been named Yod God hot take off. No that's a good guess. That's just that's the top ten. The takeoff I really liked millennials killed at that was on my list. Dr Amend the Molina's killed it that was It did well but is not in the top four. It was actually and this is the one that did not come close to making being metronet more conspiracy to also made the rushmore. Okay I think a lot of people like how they remember which one was which honestly so like it. It was in the top four in ratings but not in every single person decided to put conspirists pot one on their mount. Rushmore Matt Monette Moore but not conspiracy putt to two hundred thirty three and then thirty one which is less than a lot of like meteor episodes. Yeah tougher the sequel to be more critically early acclaim than the original. Yeah and as the fourth on Mount Burnett more is the Oregon trail which was the fifth most popular episode. Okay they keep it. Did you fill out your ballot. Sure absolutely did Yes. What was the lowest rating that you handed out? Did you hear that anyone's I don't know I don't think I went lower than three. Sorry I also didn't give that a lot of tens but I I think I don't think I got lower than three. Do you want to guess. What the worst episodes rub the bottom three Trying to separate my personal from a listener. Yeah 'cause I know once I rated the lowest I feel like that Music Videos Yup. Some of these were were sort of like faded company. Like we talk about how bad they are for a year There's no way that they could recover from that so yeah music videos but was by far the lowest ranked episode three point. Five nine four people have it on their mount. Rushmore which Sumer for Charles Roles are for people. I don't know maybe they loved it. I don't know yeah and then the This Week Robin Akiva now. That did fine. CONSIDERING WE RE railed on it yeah Jordan Kayla does episode did totally. It wasn't like up there with the winners was you know was it Final the four minutes of four million unbelievably. Yeah I told showed up Tim. I said you had the number one episode and other than music videos which we started two weeks in the the worst. The worst episode both came from the mind of showed up. Tim Top ten trash. We just had no plan that week episode We're lucky after after after madden music videos and tenor trash. We're lucky we made it to a fifth episode. Honestly Yeah we both liked the madden but the listeners put but the madden really near the bottom Only one guest episode in the bottom twelve so is mostly early episodes with just me and you okay. The bottom twelve dumb No season three episode. Seven made the top half. That's interesting yeah No Sagan said that we should make the whole podcast season three episode seven. It was the best idea. Uh Matt McKay can famously the Salvator for this podcast. He you know he'd put boy meets world on in the fishbowl which nobody wants other other than the people voted for. By the way I I'm the final vote. Actually one scene three seven km thirty second which is technically top half. WanNa guess what it is number one season three episode seven dinosaurs of That's that's very good. Guess that's number two What is it Perfect strangers episode. Okay yeah I thought yeah people like that. Got A lot of Mountain more votes. I'm trying to think we have a lot of episodes that are in the trash universe. Do you want to guess what the best our trash episode is. I'll give you. I'll give you the option. Okay Yeah give me. The options kids shows are trapped. I Canadian TV shows are trash. Your tweets or trash tenor trash which says near the bottom Your problems are trash. TLC shows a trash nine days. Fiance and MTV dating shows. I think it's either I think probably TLC shows are trash. I think traded. I thought I would have been my guess too and that did very well but MTV dating shows trash without electricity for love the next then the end date my mom river the other show as we did that very well. Okay Yeah editor other takeaways Robin Akiva name. A baby finished ninth which is pretty good. I guess they're they're fourteenth episode finished way down at Twelfth Wealth and I think the people who were there love it but you know. I don't know why people are. It's generally anti podcasts. There was a tie for sixth place between the TV theme Song Tournament. which in my opinion is not even in my opinion? It's a fact by far the most feedback we've ever gotten. Yeah if I if I would go pee and come back. I would have one hundred plus plus messages on twitter. I mean we got thousands of tweets that we by far the most of any pockets of ever done not even close and the census did incredibly well tied for sixth-place. Wow Okay Qatar. People want more Taylor Khader game night. A An instant classic the only one of the sixties up here did was eighth the stand tournament people like to stand tournament. Top Ten brands steeler thirteen. Any other questions. You guys have anything else. You're well you're curious. Do you have any takeaways. Takeaways information. Yes so as I said the top half no season three episode seven other than the pilot episode of the show did a although I don't know maybe the original ones we did where the pilots like zero negative one Were did well. I don't think that means we should stop doing three seven. I mean you could argue. Maybe we should do less of them but like I just I just think it's comfort food but it's not going to be anybody's favorite. You know what I mean. It's just like they didn't get demolished. They weren't at the bottom. I will say the crappy movie diapers. I did very poorly. Okay very poorly Lindros. Leprechaun did well everything else. The fanatic is in the bottom ten. We looked fanatic all right Lindsay. We do you think is it. Should we revisit that season three episode seven gets another spot every week. Crappy movie diaper has two spots. Should they stay on the wheel but not be treated as things that are get preferential treatment on the wheel. That's how I feel. I think there are times in Europe slightly eight spots for season three episode seven and I always kind of wonder why because I don't feel that he's all right Yeah but I also feel like they're not the ones you most excited sited and they're probably not the ones we're most excited about But like you said they're they're easy to do so. Maybe that's a nice little pallet cleanser for you to Joe. What do you think uncle? TV what if it ends at like two spots or something. What if it can't get bigger than to like it goes zero one two and that's it I don't know I also like we don't have a constitution and I was the one thing I was thinking rob was like what if when we have an argument like this instead because people want like? Hey we one supreme court have nine die hard listeners. Vote what if we just put these these things Paul and let the listeners decide You Trust twitter that people that aren't even listening to the podcast answer. That is tricky. The one thing I always think with polls like this is when you re tweet when I do something like this it does change. I think I won't re tweet it. No I like when you re tweet it but I was thinking because we went from like fifty to fifty. When you retweeted this like immediately something Randy said and I was like? Oh maybe there's a maybe there's Like a renowned polls twitter or something like that. I don't know but something where it's like. Just as for the die hard to fill it to have their say but maybe the people who don't even listen or stop listening were who'd stop listening. Okay you know what I mean all right. So how many any season three episode sevens are we at right now where two spots on the wheel right now and then Up to three something like that. Yeah okay all right. I think we're open open to revisiting that based on the information. Yeah I mean they did okay like all the Jersey shore and threes there on the middle. They weren't like absolutely slaughtered watered and we have a lot of top episodes like they're not going to be the star wars or the brand steel or perhaps are like. Yeah stuff that we put a ton of work into. It doesn't make sense for those episodes better. It'll we. We would be doing a bad job if you know. Seen through sevens where beating the stuff that like we have like four guests come on and prepare riber and the official worst podcast is. This is what music videos music videos. It's the worst final four and top tenor trash or they're the seinfeld episode was very unpopular when we did it There is a little bit of recent bias in conjunction with the fact that I think we got better after the first ten twelve episodes. Okay all right there you go so so. Are we ready to talk about new ideas. Yes let's talk about some new ideas see what else we could put on the wheels that is Lindsay Lindsay. You're here is do you have any ideas for either oral histories or other ideas. You would like to see on the wheel. I guess a couple thoughts. Maybe I was really into it when you guys were talking about the potentially during the season three episode of the Simpsons and then comparing it to like season thirty episodes of an that was a really good idea Especially because you have Mike Blum. Who could probably do something wonderful with that okay? I'm personally someone like I feel like I could recite season three episode seven for Begum but I have not watched anything after season fifty feeling that could be a cool. Compare this be the subject of your brand new recap podcast with the simpsons episodes episodes available on Disney plus. That's a pretty good idea actually. Can you get nowhere stealing Simpson's podcasts. The Simpsons podcast. Yeah you gotTa keep that brand all right keep it what do you think of this Simpson's then and now is in this. Is it in the FISHBOWL. Or I know there's no room in the fish ball. Yeah I think we could put it. I mean there's no room now but eventually something will will make room So we're watching season three episode of the Simpsons Season Thirty and we're comparing them If that's just a fishbowl episode. I say absolutely gets the next fishbowl spot slot whenever that's available which might be in an hour. Okay okay all right divine. Fortunately neither you or myself are completely up to date on the rules of this. podcast know so we'll have to defer to the people that are in charge of stuff but I think I think that's actually a fun idea to compare because the by the way I watch one modern episode of the simpsons like two years ago and it was abysmal unwanted move unwatchable. It's crazy like those are the peaks and they're so good and now they're so bad magic. The Sopranos was still on the air only was on after F. B. I.. And Swat on CBS. And that's basically what you're okay Simpsons season thirty episodes. Seven is working mom. That's W. E. R. K. I. N. G. With some help from Julio Marge pretends to be a drag queen in order to successfully sell tupperware. Meanwhile Lisa feels good after returning a hidden box. That belonged belonged Jasper when he was a child so she does little things to try to make people happy. Okay so a powerful guest stars Raja Gemini as herself Rupaul as Queen shontae Scott Thompson as grady all right. The only problem with the season three upset seven. I'm just looking now. I see one of the Halloween episodes the tree of horror. So you'd be looking at like three little segments rather than Out Yeah that's tricky. I think we did mention that in an early episode. All right well. Let's let's see what Mike Bloom. And what the powers that be have to say about this. Mike Bloom. Because he's the simpsons guy. Yeah I thought he was the powers that be I was like well. Why did he become? He's very powerful. And caring for this Guy Lindsey Lindsay. What else I don't have any great ideas? I feel like one of the things that was suggested to me by my roommate. After I forced him to listen to the oral oral history was he had said like you could do some kind of adulting decathlon for Akiva where he has to do all these things he can't do do some kind of training. Exercise is in all of the things that he has said that he can't do like learning to use the stove. And you get your wife and nobody tell my wife was podcast. Exist exist man. This is like this is like exhibit A.. For any you know any attorneys out there on my goodness imagine playing this renee in court. Boy The delete this I okay never being released pitch some Listening to ideas. That came in this week. Rub I was GonNa just pitch you on one idea. Yeah that is sure please. It's too soon to go back to the oral histories. I thought had an idea for the oral history of the Breakup Cup of the office. podcast I control the narrative. We don't know what the other side of that is a interviews on here Kiva saying I didn't know if you want to get in there. I mean it sounds like this might have been a relationship. I don't WanNA WANNA knock down. Doors shouldn't be knocked down. No it was not but nonetheless still not ideal or okay. Okay Yeah I I definitely Yep pitch if you have any good your oral history documentary ideas for for Lindsey. Send them her way. Okay I rob I got. I have of a interesting episode idea from a listener. This to this today is sixty five right. This is episode sixty five so this would be timed idea. That could only come on the wheel four weeks from now. Okay go on and the listener says by the way about four people sentenced similar submissions but he says episode sixty nine should feature feature. Dr Mike Listeners submit. They're not say for questions or issues. It's a perfect form for Dr Mike and Answer questions as many teams as he wants to have me having to be roped into any survivor. Talk it comes on the wheel in large but not exploding spot at the end of January could only be picked for episode sixty nine So this is what like a hundred spots on the wheel for Dr at sixty nine spots on the wheel. Sixty nine spots on the wheel for Dr Mike. And it's just like Dr Drew. Mike Ama no. I think we could pretend to be the experts. Incorrect them for people. Don't know Dr Mike. What are we pretending to be the experts in? I don't know the NSF. W. Questions who Dr Mike. No not literally pretend like. I'm just saying like we talked to. We just have no expertise in Dr McCreary will don't know is a Florida urologist. Who is on survivor? Yeah he's a character. He likes answering questions. Like this I don't know he's he's obviously like facetime ing but yeah he's a character and it would be funny okay. I'm up for it. The the listeners are up for this. You think we'll get we'll get hundreds of questions. People will ask questions about this. Lindsey like if you get you. Get Dr Mike on Board for of this and then you tell them like sorry. It didn't come up. We're not doing it. He's going to be who would have sixty nine spots on the wheel. It would be very hard for not to come up the thing is it. Doesn't come up Dr Mike and ask them for help you know. I wonder if if DR makes port. I'm up for it too. I just wonder if Dr Dr Mike is going to say like. Hey I don't want to be on Robin Akiva. Anita podcast. I want to be on survivor. Know it alls I the WII fitness. Yeah Tell Me Tell Them Robin Akitas the third most popular podcast on HP according to the patron group Yeah no listen. He's not on Stevens annot at all. Tell crushing it. Having listened to this episode he'll be like Oh. Yeah this. This is where the breads being buttered. Right now okay. All Right if Dr Mike is up for it I'm up for it to okay but we just saying that. I don't think we can guarantee my doctor. Mike is going to be a sight unseen. Oh Robin Akiva need a podcast. Some in he says yeah. Yeah history so I think come on. I think that Jordan is somehow it has either a mutual friend or somehow related to him. Hey Jordan then get us. Dr Mike Buddy might have been a favor. Okay Oh can you call it another favorite Dr Mike Abbott this this is from our friend fitzy and he says he's ideas. It's basically failed. Primetime mm time episodes and he wants us to play a game where someone would come on and would pitch us the not pitch us but they would say like. Hey there's there's a show called You know trampled. It was on Fox at eight thirty four years ago. Here's the here's the premise. And or alternatively we would be guessing the premise and they would We'd have to get the real show or fake show so they'll be like a game night segment also like is this a real because we don't know what's going on in the major networks. It's wild ghost land at this point on some of these you know. NBC ABC CBS. Is What's going on. Put It in the cue for game night out runoff. It's its own episode. Yeah but I like the idea of US guessing if some showing ABC's real or fake. Yes was that was that real or fake and and I like that because then if we have to guess what it is and are we close enough like how do you say yes or no but did this show exist. I think it should be game for game night. Okay do you think Lindsey. I wouldn't even be able to do it with shows that are actually currently on TV. Is this a real show. I have no idea. Yeah okay I think it'd be fun. Let's get an yeah here. Here's another game. Maybe this game night. It's called bidding war. Somebody somebody comes up with a list of categories. Let's say movie starring Julia Robert or types of cities that start with this whatever and we start bidding against each other to see. How many could name until someone taps out out? The person has to do it. Okay you want to try that now. Let's try. I flew like name that tune. Yes start with Lindsey Wilson. Pick a letter please are are are. I could do three cities the start with our anybody can can anybody top that I really love. Jared picked a terrible letter. I'm going to win if you guys let me do three that start with our all right just named three cities that start with our and I win this round and sure yeah. I think you're GONNA win a new four. It could be any city in the world. I think now all right roanoke Virginia Raleigh North Carolina. Yeah Roslyn New York. I feel like there's a lot of Richmond. Virginia there's a lot of ours I duNNo. I think cities is too vague of like you. So you know the city that's next Rosalinda town the city. That's next to my house. Whatever Round Rock Texas? Yeah Yeah I think he took a fun idea and Brian Geography and then could be anything. You like food rob. How many how? Let's try one for you. Foods foods that start with a do you think you could name rob. I could name five foods that star with a all right six few six seven. I'll let you name seventy seven. I do seven foods are out okay. ASPARAGUS Apple Yup appetizer. Does that count as US Pacific food. I think it's got to be a little more specific. Seems Let's see A Foods Aley is that is that the account that okay. That's three but this is not fun. No this is not so. Yeah Yeah I guess I have to like ten seconds to do it or or or but yeah it's not fun all right Yeah a couple things. I'm going to put on my twitter this week. Ideas for Antonio's conspiracy pod threes. You could feel those out Craig. Also I'm also GONNA put on this week to fill out. If you want to participate in two trees and ally Nessa little listener an ESA is going to be manning that that and said. Hey you guys already rejected that idea. But we didn't think of having a producer. Yeah Yeah you didn't say I'll do for. America does plenty work for Pakistan. But there's been twenty times we've said no to an idea and then ten weeks later we have a different spin on it or even the same spin but we like it. I don't know we're Moody You know that happens. All the time is sometimes the ideas evolve. Yeah that's true. Well we evolve as people try now right enjoyed if someone asked you to play that game you were doing some kind of ice breaker activity and it was like we're doing truth and a lie but that make you happier. You're not into the amount of sleepover. podcast yes exactly. Should we save that. For the sleepover. PODCAST now we should play name seven foods that start with I was trying to do and people are not buying. I duNNo. I was asking the questions. I have no idea why everyone was just shutting to relitigate. The podcast. I question came up for everyone. I think there should have been conversations. Shins not just a list of questions of you know in What what's what's the key to a healthy relationship? Yeah not that I would know the answer to. Then what's the what's what's the best candy. Yeah what is is the best candy guys. I'd say reese's peanut Butter Cup. Of course. Obviously I'm physically a twitter skype. Those wreck the white peanut butter cups. My Kid's been eating though. No no no I like those better. Why don't like chocolate so to me that that works? Yeah okay I mean it's better than just plain white chocolate Most things are you like white chocolate or dark. Chocolate dark chocolate does and say. Save that for the heartaches your take. I like white chocolate better than I would rather door. Chocolate is the worst food known to person kind. It's a superfood. It literally is food What are the other superfoods berries? Are you bury guy. I say. Tail number three. You say apricots not say all right. That's up there. Yeah but my favorite food artichokes okay. Yeah you said I love artichokes. We've been having them since I was a little kid. I love our jobs. uh-huh Alfalfa sprouts or is that a food I've heard of it. I didn't barely. It's a food is barely a food. Okay Yeah Salami you forgot about that. That's true okay. I think we could spend the people out of here. Here's the thing. The first forty five minutes were so good. There's nothing else that's real okay worthy. Let's talk about what's on the wheel. Actually should we check the voicemails sales or if we're Let's see any any new voicemails. I think people The movie voicemail was a fad. Yeah it was also the holidays this week all right. Let's go ahead and get to the wheel and talk about what is currently available for us to select from aright season. Three episode seven is now still getting an extra spot is up to three spots on the wheel right now. So so We gotTA move that up. Oh Akiva have a big update for you since last week's episode We're talking about the WHO won the a year from last year we were talking about. PWB But we didn't know who it was. We didn't we didn't know who was. who was after fennell figured it out on on on the PODCAST? Okay but so. PWB Star of fleabag. I've watched watch season one of fleabag. Yeah and did she win the year now. That was a woman from two thousand sixteen. I haven't watched season WAS AP WB win it though. is she the Winner is very good very good. I enjoyed it really even. Watch these into your watch season. Because I think it's it I don't think they're gonNA make season three and for it's only six episodes seasons and episodes of like twenty five minutes so basically a youtube series. No all right. That was that was very easy to watch. Okay Oh nice coin flip. Coin Flip is on the wheel. Crappy movie diaper has two spots. Mount Rushmore is on the move has one spot is twenty two hundred okay all right. Sorry about that. The People's choice on third wheel tournament Wheel or no. We'll Yup Robin. AKIVA smartness a sixth grader. Cats does gone. That's gone. Lindsey Gone Lindsey. Cats should be off the wheel. Yeah I guess that I really wanted to hear you guys talk about it by people wanted to hear US talk about. Why is it off the wheel? So let's leave it on the way to keep getting nine spots. It's absurd. I you think the cats moment has come and gone but if you already overex- week let's keep it on the wheel this week and if it doesn't come up it doesn't come up. We did say that last week. But whatever you ars What do you want? I have no problem doing it next week. We talk about cats. I just think it's so incomprehensible. We're not even GonNa what's going on. We're not even GONNA enjoy it. Okay all right fine give it to spots now watch miss two weeks in a row with nine and then nail it with two okay. All right this guy. I think this is going to be controversy now. It's fine spots as reason. Okay enjoy the view. We workshop workshop at last week. That's on the wheel. Yeah we have to come. I think it's like the viewer view. Maybe is a better name. Shoot few review on that. It was funny actually When I heard you guys suggests idea it was on a plane and the woman next to me is watching? The view is very weird. New Jersey and say hey hey lady ever hear of a podcast. You'RE GONNA love it in a few weeks if it ever comes up. Okay Robin need a verdict. Yup Man the Reynolds robiskie need a catchphrase absolutely and Robin Akiva give listeners nicknames. I'll say Listener nicknames put zero. It's just not ready yet. Not Ready yet. I have the forms for catchphrase ready to go. I feel like that the podcast. Hey we're giving people nicknames and then people yeah no I thought we thought I thought that he was like people are going to call in but also people are going to write in Alpha. Believe on I don't care we'll figure out what it is. What do you think about this? I figured people were GONNA call in the plant is that could stay on for sure. Okay that seems pretty easy accomplish. Yeah I kind of feel like it comes up and then it's a tweet like two days later like hey do you need a nickname Let us know and I think the issue was that if we had people on the phone when we say okay you're Spongebob met like well. I don't want like sorry like I feel like if they just say what they should be. I don't know or maybe they were going to call it has to there's no pushback no pushback pushback if they don't have to call in but if they're calling in it's up to us or they can leave a message then they're just stuck in there not available okay. We'll we'll work out the logistics about that. If it comes up okay okay all right anything else. Weena Ker. Yeah I'm sad. That sleepover podcasts. Off The wheel. I knew I she she. Lindsey sent it out to Alley last year and Tom Buds personnel. Ye Shah and Eric Eric Raskin who's done oral histories for granted. Hbo Yes and and when I was expecting like a lot of notes I'm like give notes. Don't give them specifically to me. Because because I I we robin we're totally unspoilt until today we had no. We had no idea what was going to be on this episode. But I said like if it's awful you have to tell tell me like if it sucks and like we'd totally change it and then all three of them so like no just air it right now like. It's totally ready. And I was shocked not that I didn't think it'd be good but like there was not one note from three people that's crazy so I can't believe what good incredible job incredible job. Thank you it's never gonNA come up that it did once upon a time that we set a date for the Robin Kiva get roasted. I thought you'd forget yeah happening. So here's the deal. I think the date was the fifteenth was Wednesday the Fifth Seventeenth. We originally said the seventeenth. Friday night yeah. I just think the roast happened today and I feel like I'm not saying it's going to happen but I feel like maybe it's closer to use all their good material. You do really get hit this hard twice in a month. I don't think so. Uh We'll definitely do arose but I think it's td did this open up old wounds for you Akiva. Now I'm fine. I'm having the time I left. Listen I don't go to work every day. All right. Do I just watched sports movies. And it's great. Yeah I'm loving life when when the severance runs out in a few months it won't be as fun but right now Marty time. Okay I think that you made people very concerned when you talked about on a recent episode. How was the worst year era of your life? It was still an okay. I shouldn't have said that I'm fine. Yeah say airing this people were like. Wow that was like the press. Yeah people reached out. And we're like yeah you know people were Nice Okay all right AKIVA hanging hanging there. I'm in there we're GONNA we're we're GonNa Twenty twenty is going to be better in two thousand Nineteen Russ Lindsay. What are you hoping for? I'm really a big fan of doctor. Andrew Rabinowitz Hoping for native verdict blue. Okay all right. Let's see what comes up episode number sixty six on the wheel. Expend coming up and oh it was so close to being cats. It was the cats keeps losing by a whisker. But it's time to get no facebook Jamie on the line. See If maddy. He is ready to take on Robin. Akiva Robin Akiva are smarter than a sixth grader. Wow I'm I'm excited. I'm excited we'RE GONNA cry first of all Matty Came with us to Minnesota but was not at the the sleepover podcast pastor bedtime. She was saying God Nearby not she did not come to podcast but I believe she was at the ice cream tournament right there. She was there that whole weekend. Like Mattie is is a buddy ars but we're going to smoke her me and you were playing a team and we're GONNA crush. We are smarter than our own. We're GONNA take that Maddie. Maddie might be armed with fresh insults for you. You after listening to the oral history of the sleepover. I mean if we matters I think like a superfan of us. I can't imagine she'd ever like she will talk some trash but I don't know that'd be wild if he's like. Confetti is clearly more competent than me. If you've listened to this podcast felt like that's fine. So we're a lot of sixth-graders Right who who do you think is going to be the winner next week because Victoria and is it rob and Akiva versus the sixth grader or Rob Matters. Matter is yeah they are we working together. You had your your original suggestion was yes when we wouldn't put this on the wheel together me and I place you in second and third or you and I mean second von but we're like really working in tandem we should have. She should probably pick. Who Does it because because you're much worse than geography but better at a lot of things than me? Maybe like she decides who answers the questions. There's a school subject that I'm better than you beat me at all these jeopardy game. You've really you've already bombs subject. Yeah but what. If is their pop culture. I don't think there's pop culture on the wheel. We end a listener. who pitched etched had this had the subject so I don't remember off the top? One was geography okay. Expelling was one of them. Speller is am I good speller. Good Speller I think. I'm okay not shut up at him. I think I'm a pretty good speller. But not like sensational. Yeah Okay Lindsay pick. Who's going to win next week maddy? o'ruba Nikita. I'M GONNA give it to you guys. I think all all right. Great Lindsey Wilson. If matty loses does she have to watch these no she probably can't watch it's probably like she's always. Is there like a Disney plus show. We could make her watch But if we win we have to watch Scott we have to think stakes this week. Yeah we'll find something. Watch like nineteen eighty s degrassi by. I heard a toy. If she wins. Maybe maybe we have to buy a toy if I she will. And if she loses she has to buy a toy she has to watch like the and nine hundred eighty six world series. Oh that's good yes. We want detailed notes on game six of the nineteen I have the DVD. I have the DVD's Lady's AH which I'll never touch again plays. The center is a presence. Got Let me as a president in one thousand nine hundred six. What's wrong? Well that's why have them. Okay all right Lindsey. Where where can we see more about what you're up to I mean so again with at the office. podcast not a lot going on. You can find me on instagram. My instagram is is Lindsay. Say It's supposed to be like insights but someone had that already it's L. I.. N. D. S. S. I G. H.. T. S. okay. All right and are we looking for podcast co host or. We're waiting to see if anybody writes in. Please help me find a podcast co in if there's enough people we're going to we'll make into an episode we'll turn it into more content for us. Are they pitching Lindsay on why they should be the co host and also what the subject of the show should be. Yeah Yeah I mean. Let's say you're not doing the office. podcast again right absolutely duck. You're willing willing to consider it or you think it's complicated to consider it without your because I feel like then it gets slightly messy but all right so we wanted we wanted to be a TV recap or it could be anything. I think that's kind of my strength. I mean and hit me with your using oral histories for podcasts. That's here and Lindsey. We don't know or at least I don't know what you do for a living but it has nothing to do with editing rolling audio content right that is correct. Okay fine incredible okay. Thank you all right. So all right right in. If you want to co-host podcast with Lindsey Wilson need podcasts at robins website if you WanNa send in your ideas for the podcast cast and uncle. TV What's coming up on the thirty two fans podcast. We talk about football. We did Chester's top. Ten shows the top ten podcast. We have I think. We've Dr Jen coming on this week. Rank the best songs of the nineties if we could get her. I don't know Chester I was. I was GONNA wish Happy Birthday to Dr Jen last week. It just was in. I guess at home with her and I was like hey bring Dr John Because I want to make fun of Chester for a second and I heard like such an audible Groan when he said like Akiva as they ask you something. I'm not so sure she's GonNa come the podcast like she definitely didn't know I was. I heard it it was like why do you have a particular horse. I in the race for the song of the nineties. Why no what it should be? It's on my favorite song. I don't WanNA spoil it now but I think there's what do you ever think that's clearly is your favorite song or or is it the snow the fine the nineties. I think. Probably we're looking for the song defined nineties but I guess the criteria is whatever you Lindsey. What he thinks the song of the ninety s Karachi's not is this is putting me on the spot sh? Yeah I don't know the way by fastball. Yeah closing time is good. Chester about Hanson. Shouldn't even be in the thirty to the thrifty thirty two final songs. Yeah he thinks it's a joke. Joe Karenna Renna. He thought it should be like well. We didn't put them rent well. Rent is kind of a joke song that look if you're trying to figure out the song of the decade that Gade that basically if Marty MC fly gets in a time machine and shows up in back to the future four in the nineties. What's the song? That's playing at the cafe that he walks into. That's a fair way to put it. That's it that's it. It's the song of the decade if you're trying to find the decade with this if it's my favorite song of the decade and I guess it could be whatever yeah hit me baby one more time by Britney Spears. I think it's a little late. I feel like it's like the ice ice baby. Yeah that's so early right. Isn't that like ninety. That's not a bad one ice baby. It is on it. We did discuss it. Well Look at rob talk and music. Well I mean yeah but we don't people don't like when we talk music. Yeah it's not. Maybe maybe it's not exactly but it's something like that it's something everybody has like neon green stuff on and it's like they were in the ninety S. Yeah Ah don't speak by no doubt that would be like you'd put that in. The movie. Might not be the song of the nineties but that would be like A. We're in the nineties. I think closing time is up there but it's also tricky because like restaurants and in bars play it when they close Alanis Morissette. I don't know Oh yeah tagging okay. Save it for the podcast there. Yeah Check that out reviews or we want to get out of here next week. I'll send this reviews all right a mixed week. Thank you guys so much again. Thank you Lindsey Z.. Wilson and your team you thank everybody that worked with you but a all star team put together this podcast. We were very lucky. Lucky that you devoted your talents to this very silly project. Let's happy to do it. Thank you for letting me take this opportunity and go for it. Okay okay we will be back next time with maddie seeing for smarter than sixth grader. Next time on Robben Accused podcasts. Take everybody good one and by then and back. Well you are checked until you this but trust me if you're showing your section believe me it's for your own protection see things that you need and the places that you need to go to the back suit at the men in In the audience. Yes Robert Akiva neither podcast all Out Live with back immediately can Can people rank the the events of the weekend. That was the question do you have. Can we recap about it. So when you think someone's during a blog about this is going to be an art. 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Tapping For Emotional Resilience (Pod #499) (audio fix)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

26:36 min | 4 months ago

Tapping For Emotional Resilience (Pod #499) (audio fix)

"Gene here welcome to the tap Podcast every single week we into the most common and uncommon questions but tapping an pass the basic recipe. Mastering the art of delivery. You will learn how to find root causes faster clear issues quicker and have longer lasting results last week. Launched and. i'm not sure if you're aware of this or not something. I'm calling the tapping success academy and that. That is a project that i have worked on for the last six months. I have invested over three hundred hours of my own time into the project. In addition to a bunch of other people helping me out and basically what it is is. It is an opportunity for you to learn from some of the brightest minds in tapping transformation so that you can be more successful with your tapping and i don't mean the round of tapping a successful but the way that you do tapping so it shows up in your daily life in your world. It is great for us to be able these tapping to feel better in a moment like first aid tapping and emotional response to tapping is one of the beautiful things about tapping but we can get so much more out of it that we can use to happen to transform the way we open our relationships the way we should professionally the way we take action and in the health that we have in our lives. And so i've gathered. Seventeen just really amazing. People over twenty hours of training instruction a workbook a tapping journal sixteen tapping experiences. That you can tap along to. It is one of the best things that i have ever created as far as it happened. Resource go and there have been multiple occasions where it has brought me to tears as i headed in thought about the amazing conversations in the master classes that i have been tapping for a really long time in this. Podcast is turning twelve years old next month. And i learned so much in the way that i approached from these conversations. I would love for you to have the exact same transformation. All you need to do is go to tapping success academy dot com. The tapping success academy dot com. And if you have any questions just reach out to me gene. Ge in e at tapping q. and a. dot com and enjoy. Today's show visit mantra sterling. Welcome to the podcast recorded live to tape williamsburg in brooklyn. This is episode. Four ninety nine originally aired february seventeenth twenty twenty. One i won. I hope this spine you. Mark whatever time of day you get a chance to listen to this. Thanks for spending time of day to day. We're going to talk about the value of emotional resilience and why it is one of my primary goals when i m looking at my tapping practice over a long period of time before we jump into that too quick announcements number one is if you have not done so already. We've a free ten park guide to help you to eliminate self sabotage with tapping. It's absolutely free. All you need to do is go to tapping q. And a. dot com. Click on the blue button. If you happen to be listening to the podcast right now in the website and the upper right hand corner you'll see a big blue button there. Click on that and you will get access to that particular guide number two. I just want to send a big shout and thank you to all of the supporters of the tapping q. And a podcast for those of you who are supporters of the podcast to notes number one Earlier this week. I sent a note out talking about the fourteen small businesses around the world that we get a chance to support. If you know every single month ten percent of the support the goes to the podcast is immediately lent out through kiva kiva his microloans of innovation that supports small business owners all over the world who do not have access to funding and one of the reasons why we are able to support so many people is every single month. Those loans are paid back a little bitty chunks. Can we loaded out again. The second thing is lose. And i'm going to talk about the book here in my book that never got published For those of you who are supporters. On tuesday after this year before this podcast drops. I actually say you a pdf copy of that book. Because allowed short from france to review that so distributed to my friends who were supported. Podcast you have access to that particular book in the patriarch. Feed if you have questions about that and can't find if you would like to support the tap into a podcast receives amazing voices bus the extra bonuses like a book that was never published. All you need to do is gonna tapping q. In a dot com slash support. That's tapping and dot com slash support. And thank you once again to the amazing supporters tapping cuny podcast today. What i wanted to do is i wanted to talk about emotional resilience in for me. This is one of the three primary reasons why we tap and so for me the three primary reasons all we tap is number one emotional. I date. I am in some sort of distress in a particular moment. I'm going to tap and i'm going to bring it down number two is when i'm tapping around a particular issue in. That could be something as specific as a phobia of spiders or it could be something more general around the sense of my sense of self worth and self esteem. And how i show up in the world but i'm targeting something specific in how i respond. The third is emotional resilience. And what i mean by emotional. Resilience is the way that we respond in a particular moment to the stimulus were experiencing based on where we're starting from boy. That's a bunch of really complicated words. It's basically consistently keep myself in a better emotional states. I respond well when things go wrong there. You plain english much better and so this is what i mean by that. I want you to imagine an emotional scale. And if you've never experienced emotional scale or seen one before basically what it is is it's a scale from the bottom to the top going from the most negative least resource demotion to the most positive most well resourced emotion so the bottom might be total depression and the top might be enlightenment or enthusiasm or who knows and there are lots and lots of different emotional scales just because human emotion is to slice and it's hard to evaluate it the way that we can see the color spectrum. How through the color spectrums. It goes red orange yellow like we can see them moving in a spectrum. The emotions kind of do that. But it's a little more finesse. Because the way we describe our experience from one person the other night be slightly different even if we're having the same biochemical experience which is a motion in so as you imagine this emotional scale. What happens when we experienced something as it moves us up and down so any given moment. I feel a particular motion till let's right now right now. I'm recording this in the morning. I've been fighting a little bit of a cold. So i'm a little rundown but i'm getting ready for a really amazing of client calls and talking to people who i really enjoyed talking to so i am cheerful upbeat. I'm not overwhelmed with enthusiasm. But i'm feeling good as i also noticed the fact that i'm a little physically tired so that is a place i sit on that emotional scale at this particular moment. Then as things happen throughout the day it's going to move me up down that emotional scale and so if something good happens it might move me up emotional scale now. Depending on how good that is that is going to determine how far i go up the emotional scale like if i get an email from a friend. I haven't heard from a long time. It makes me smile. It makes me feel a little better so just make a small teacup that emotional scale if i'm in a circumstance where after i finish recording this and i log into my computer and i go into the back end of my shopping cart and they see a whole bunch of people bought the new tapping success academy which i launched a two and a half weeks ago. Then i'm gonna feel a lot better because i've worked so hard on that project and to see that paying off financially for me and my business but also seeing at paying off knowing that people are getting a chance to listen to these amazing transformational conversations. I had with really powerful speakers. That is going to move me up much more. The exact same thing as small things could bring me down you know. I could realize that someone. I wanted to talk to has had to reschedule for a couple of weeks which puts back my plan. So it's going to knock me down a little bit or something really big could happen like i could find out that i have lost internet because of the weather and the power and i'm going to be off line for hours and hours and hours as they try to fix that so it has a really big impact on my life so any given moment where somewhere on that scale. In any given moment something can happen. That will move us up or down that scale now. Sometimes we experienced things that are so big it can send us shooting way up the scale or way down. The scale mean no matter where. I am on that emotional scale in any particular moment. What's going to happen you know. Let's say someone. I loved is. That's going to send me cascading down the emotional scale because it is such a big thing. It does not matter where i am so that that's the concept of emotional scale and so what i mean by emotional resilience is we have a tendency based on what is going on our life to settle into a particular spot on that emotional scale and so from day to day we might go up or down one or two emotional rungs on that emotional scale but we are resilient to a particular spot in the scale like it is kind of our home base you know for example and i work out regularly and so there is kind of a baseline of how a particular workout is going to impact me and depending on what i've eaten in how much i've slept in the time of day all sorts of things on some days that workout might be a little easier and other days. It might be a little bit harder but rarely is that workout that i consistently do super super easy and i don't break a sweat or so hard that i can't completed that i have this kind of baseline of physical health. Which as i work out over time that baseline consistently gets stronger and stronger and stronger. So that whatever. I'm dealing with my body response to unkind emotionally. We are the exact same way we sit somewhere on that emotional scale and over time depending on what is going on we can slide up that emotional scale or we can slide down that emotional scale you know as i just kind of preparing for this and tuning into what is going on. You know as i record this because of the nature of living alone what is going on in my life and what is going on in the world i am now going on five weeks without touching another human being and i see people when i go shopping but i literally have not touched another human being in five weeks and because we are humans that need physical contact and i'd like physical contact. It's just part of the way i show affection like my emotional. Resilience is a little lower than it probably was three or four weeks ago and i was even thinking about that as as laying in bed kind of waking up looking over the day and thinking about a point hush just not quite pat full strength and so it's lightly heading on a downward bent and we're but even with that going on. I'm still positive person. And even when things are going well i might be higher on the emotional scale than someone else in my life in so the higher are resilience level is our higher. Our home base is the less impact. Something negative has on us. Because if i'm enthusiastic and something bad happens. Then i'm happy you know because it kind of takes the shine off of the enthusiasm but if i'm frustrated when something bad happens i immediately get angry and the consequences of just falling a point or two on the scale is going to be more significant where that resilient baseline is so when i was talking about supporting the tapping cuny podcast. I mentioned the book. That never was so back in march. I signed a book deal that she was really pretty exciting. It wasn't even a book deal that i was looking for someone. Came in found me I really really hard. I wrote the book in four weeks. Thirty th two thousand words and four weeks. It's a topic that i probably wouldn't have written on but it was really really excited about that particular prospect. And you know i i was. I was paid. A flat fee was right for higher deal and so even after the book was published. It was not going to financially enrich me in any way but it was something that were at least directly. Something really proud of that was going to make a difference in the world and the book was going to have the marketing might behind this publisher which meant that more people would have found out about me and my website podcast and all of these really wonderful things would have come from that and i was redesigning my website based off of the launch date of the book thinking about how i could serve the new people showing up as a great opportunity to grow my business as i talk about. All this in the past ends you are assume have figured out that the book got killed and it got killed in the stage in which they were working in cover art in the book had been laid out like we were well into the process and it wasn't my book. It was a lot of books of this particular publisher. And i got an email guy hadn't heard from him in a while. We were getting to the time where i need to start getting people to review the book and testimonials and instead of the regular. Hey this is the next step email. I got an email from a person who is a step above my editor. Mike by supervising editor and email was. Hey let's touch base. And i knew what was going on at the publishing company and i knew they cancelled a bunch of titles and the incident. I got that email on the writing on the wall. Like i knew i was in a circumstance where my book was done and that is a week later. That is exactly what i found out and i was. Disappointed wasn't devastated. Cry wasn't overwhelmed genuinely disappointed. I was disappointed because of all of the work. That i put in that just. No one was going to see her. At least not a large number of people who are going to see but because of my emotional resilience because of the choices i was making daily and what was going on in my life even though it was something that was negative significantly negative professionally. It didn't destroy me and so that is the reason why high thinking about our emotional resilience is so important because it is about how we feel moment to moment because the better i feel in the moment the better any given moment is going to be for me but at the exact same time it was also super super valuable because when something happened the came out of the blue it did not throw me off my stride for days and days and days. It didn't throw me off my stride for weeks and weeks and weeks like i took a deep breath they sent texts to my family and my editor and some friends and just kind of you know the socks type thing but was able to move von. And so that's why it's so important that we are consciously. This is the reason why it is so important to me. That i'm consciously and deliberately working on my day today. Emotional set point because i'm resilient to that set point in the higher i m on that spectrum the easier it is going to be for me to have resilience when something goes wrong and when something goes right instead of going from frustrated to annoyed. I'm going from happy to a static. So then it gives me more benefit at the top end because the richness of the emotion gets better and better to what are the things that impact our emotional resilience or impact. Our regular emotional set point. Number one is just life like what is going on in the world. What is going on in our life. You know if things are going well to hire doesn't mean that we're gonna be high because you know people in your life who are having everything go right for them and they're still grumble pomace because their emotional set point is lower just to begin with you know but what is going on her life when there is ongoing crisis. You know you've heard me talk about multiple times about how we are all paying a twenty percent energy tax every single day because of what is going on in the world and so all of us are having to work harder to have are emotional set point higher so that we are emotionally resilient when things go sideways just because what is going on in our life in a general way the second thing that impacts our emotional set point is our resource state you know. Are you hungry are you tired. Are you overwhelmed. Are you sick. are you not sleeping. Well are you working out. Aren't you working out. How are you eating like all of these things. Impact my resource state like how much energy. How much focus. How much emotional stability. I have at any given moment. And if like if i have a bad night's sleep it impacts me a little bit but it probably doesn't impact emotional set point if i am not eating well for a number of weeks. Don't work out for ten days in a row when i regularly do that more than likely. I'm going to see that emotional set point drift down so that when things happen. I'm less resilient to what is going on another thing that improves or does non our emotional set the work that we're doing and when i say the work that we're doing the internal work that we're doing to deal with what is going on emotional and i mentioned the way that are set point can drift upper down over time and one of the ways that drifts down is that something bad happens today. Something bad happens tomorrow and the next day these small things add up but if i am in a situation in which every single day i'm cleaning up whatever emotional resilience and residue and grossness ectoplasms that i picked up over the day then. I'm not going to drift downward as that builds up because it builds up by cleaning out a builds up i clean it out builds up by clean it out so at a minimum a maintaining my set point so then like how do we improve it for me. The way that i improve it i is. I name it as a goal again. They're three reasons in my mind why we tap. We're doing motion first aid. We're dealing with an issue. That is impacting our life. And then we're thinking about emotional resilience so does taking time and just doing work around. Okay how do i just generally feel better in the second step for me is to create a process. Goldman an outcome goal with emotional first day. There's a very specific outcome. I want to feel better as an outcome goal. I'm going to tap until i feel good enough to be able to manage the circumstance. Even if i don't feel over the moon dealing with particular issue self esteem taking action putting myself out there. There is an outcome goal. That is pretty easy to name in showing up an acting in a different way or am i showing that different way. I night might be afraid anymore. I'm showing up differently. Because i'm no longer scared of spiders or showing up differently because i'm confident myself. I'm comfortable inside of my own skin in. All of that is good and beneficial for emotional resilience and we can have that as a goal but because again it's this thing that slowly drifts upper down the best way to do. It is with a process goal in a process. Goal is the goal is to do the process. So for example. I try and work out six days a week. That's the process goal. And i don't evaluate any particular workout. I don't weigh myself regularly. You know thinking about day today. How a particular workout impacts me. But i know if. I work out five or six times a week consistently then. I'm going to be reaching the outcome. Goals that i want of more flexibility and more strength in having energy and and whatever the goals are for working out but the process goal is the one that is serving the outcome goal. And so for me. Emotional resilience is about constantly cleaning up the emotional residue that i've picked up on any given day and so for me. It's really as simple as five or ten minutes in the morning or five or ten minutes in the evening tapping without words just tuning into my system and seeing. What's coming up. Because when i'm just doing that general cleaning then i'm going to be in a circumstance in which it is easier for me to see clearly. What is in front of me. And by doing that i go. Ooh this is an action. I wanna take earn. I'm a little scared of that. So then i'm gonna do tapping around taking that particular action that outcome goal and because i now can do that outcome. I'm going to bring confidence. I'm going to have new opportunities. And in a subtle way that impact set emotional set point so big picture recognize the fact that the way we respond in the moment and the way we respond to things going right or wrong around us one. What is happening. And what is our history with that thing to. What is our resource state. Mike allen my feeling today in three. What is my overall emotional. Set point which dictates where my emotional resilience is whereas the place. I'm willing to resilient live and my emotional state in. So if i recognize that as something then i also recognize it as something. I can transform in by create a process goal of just cleaning up. What i'm carrying around inside of me paying attention to how what is going on in my life and what is going on the world is slowly grinding me down in responding to that in a deliberate way. Then i'm going to be in a circumstance where my emotional set point is going to move up and i'm gonna have so much more emotional resilience so that is a little bit of the more theoretical conversation than normal tapping that we do. But i think it's really important because again. This is one of the three reasons why i think we tap. We understand that it makes it easier for us to do that. I would love to hear your thoughts and your feedback on this particular thing. I can always be reached gene. Ge in e tapping q. a. dot com. If you're on the website just click on the contact link if you're inside of the free tapping q. And a. app which distance from refreshing of adding a bunch more tapping scripts to Just click on the contact link. You can send me an email or a voice mail from right inside the app if you haven't downloaded the app just in your app store of choice for your apple or android device just search for tapping q. And a. if you have a question or comment about anything if you have a recommendation for a show topic please let me know as well gene. Ge tapping q. and a. I just got a really interesting email yesterday that i can't wait to investigate about someone new to talk to share with you if you haven't done so already subscribe to the podcast and podcasting. Parliament subscribe always free. You can find the show at apple. Podcasts google podcasts pandora spotify amazon music audible on your ale basically anywhere you listen to audio you can find the show. Just search tapping q. In a click follow click subscribe. Click whatever it is in that ecosystem so that you'll get notifications and turn those notifications on whenever a new episode comes out for the tapping podcast as g mantra. I hope you have a freak day. Can i will talk to you real soon by tapping cuny. Podcast is copyright gene mantra tapping q. 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Crowdfunded Loans Helping Small Business Grow (Podcast)

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Crowdfunded Loans Helping Small Business Grow (Podcast)

"On-track is a behavioral healthcare company that identifies members who need more care and treats them for up to fifty two weeks with therapist led care members. Returned to health payers. Get a return on investment. Help us here. On-track better together find out. More at on-track dash inc dot com up to the bloomberg markets. Podcast i'm paul swinney side. My covers every business day. We bring you interviews from c. E. o.'s market pros and bloomberg experts along with essential market moving news on bloomberg markets. Podcast on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. And at bloomberg dot com slash podcast. We have been hearing a lot about helping out Businesses small businesses about helping out marginalized businesses women and minorities over the past couple of days from the big gigantic bank. Ceo's on capitol hill but they typically come out with a surprisingly small numbers. Really i guess. Goldman sachs is a real real exception. They've been doing this ten thousand small business program for decades now. But chris okkas joins us right now. He's the ceo of a global nonprofit called kiva which is really a micro-financing business that aims at marginalized business owners to to raise and disburse crowd. Funded loans. chris welcomed the program. Thanks for joining us. What a time to be in this business. How did you get into this. Because i know you came from the the famous online wine platform vino. Yeah so i've been at kiva precisely one month in two days. So i'm i'm very sel metro it but Yeah exactly so What i what. I decided when i left of being was that i really liked technology and online marketplaces but i wanted. I wanted to put my expertise to better use. And i wanted to I wanted to fulfill two things. One was to be a positive role model for my sons who are both teenagers and two working organization. That actually has a positive impact on people's lives and so when kiva came along i it was a perfect combination of those two things. We use. We kiva us technology through an online marketplace. Kiva dot. org where lenders can come in and find information on borrowers in the united states and around the world and decide on How much they wanna give as alone. They can give as little as twenty five dollars to fund alone for someone in cambodia. Who's trying to buy seed for farm or someone in the united states who's trying to establish a a restaurant so chris you know this pandemic obviously has been hugely disrupt disruptive to the entire planet to the economics of the entire planet and particularly on small businesses minority businesses. Things like that so as you think about your company your effort akiva expect your business to change. Maybe going forward as you probably interact with a lot of these small businesses that have been impacted. Well a lot of what we're doing is continuing what we've done in the past we. We made some big shifts during covid last year. But over the course of the fifteen year history of kiva we have funded over one point. Five billion dollars worth of loans while you to nearly four million people in seventy seven countries and roughly ten percent of what we've done over. The last. few years has gone to businesses in the united states. The people we target our people who traditionally aren't able to get loans we call them the unbathed people who don't have access to financial services and so as part of what we did with covid. We were avail. We were able to provide loans to people who would get rejected from other banks people. Who couldn't get ppp loans. And so very often. Those are Minorities black and latinx next business owners women Intact the vast majority of the loans we do in the united states Our to our two women and two people of color and immigrants right. I mean how many times have i been in a cab in new york city only to find out that my driver is actually was a doctor when he was working in bulgaria or something crazy like that and just doesn't have any credit or any access to the financial system when he gets to the us. That's right so we we fund a lot of immigrants. Most of our funding goes to entrepreneurs people who are starting businesses or have businesses as we want to continue and one of the reasons kiva was so resonant for me is because my my parents are immigrants. They emigrated from greece. But my dad came here. he really had nothing started as a laborer in the steel mill He eventually became an apprentice. With trish in became a qualified electrician started his own Electrical contracting business and then started real estate development but he couldn't have started that business or done his real estate development without access to capital without alone and so the loans that we give to small businesses with kiva resonated with me because they go to entrepreneurs just like my dad chris to just briefly about thirty seconds kind of the financial returns for the folks that do crowd fund these loans. How's how's it worked out. Yeah so if your lender on kiva it's zero interest zero percent interest loan but there's the repayment rate historically has been ninety six percent. So if you put in one hundred dollars today over the course of the next two years you'll get ninety six dollars back and then you can lend that money if you want so relative to a donation This is this is a loan. The money comes back and then you can relent it. If you keep the money in the kiva system for a period of four or five years that hundred dollars can result in five hundred. Six hundred dollars worth of loans Back to people who need it That's very ingenious. I was trying to think about how the economics of that work and You do a reverse repo facility. The fed got i think four hundred eighty six billion dollars at zero percent yesterday from fifty banks that no it's a fascinating business and yours. Is i think a really interesting story chris. So it's great to have smart people like you doing this kind of good work to help other people out there. Just want to get a leg up. Just need to get into the system chris. S there is the ceo of kiva. This is bloomberg. You're still running your business on quickbooks. More like quicksand. The bigger your company grows faster you sync with outdated software net suite by oracle. Is the scalable solution to run all key back office operations no matter how big your company grows ninety. Three percent of surveyed organizations increased visibility and control since making the switch from quickbooks nets right now. Net suite is offering a one of a kind financing program head to netflix dot com slash earnings that special financing at net sweet dot com slash earnings nets week dot com slash. Earnings are bringing lawrence our right now. Associate professor of emergency medicine at johns hopkins school of medicine and lauren. I got a question. I've always thought about this and i think because of the pandemic i finally know the answer but i want to hear it from you. You know there've been anti baxter's around forever and i always thought like who cares if their kids aren't vaccinated as long as my kids are now. The same question is coming up. In terms of covert like if forty percent of the public doesn't get vaccinated. Does it matter to the sixty percent of us. That does yeah. I think. I definitely think it matters because i think we have this sort of social contract and and depending on the thresholds that people that people are looking at it changes how safe. It is to reopen being public and especially with a disease like this where we don't actually know what we infections gonna look like and what. The potential future threats are The more people getting vaccinated can only be better when you think about people who are sort of anti vaccine and Especially in the pediatric population. They're making decisions for kids. Who don't have sort of a say in that process and on top of for they were born true But there are kids who and kids and teachers and parents and family members of those kids who are not vaccinated who can't get vaccinated for various reasons. They may have vaccine allergy or they may have an immune compromised situation or You know there's several reasons why people may not be able to get vaccinated and so then you're putting those people at risk good point. In fact i read a story. Maybe it was in the times about for example people who have received organ transplants. Really aren't able to be vaccinated or the vaccine doesn't work as well for them. My theory had been this lauren. I thought you know. What do i care if somebody in a bar isn't vaccinated and has kobe as long as i am. I'm not going get it. But what i was thinking maybe if too much too. Many people don't get vaccinated then. The virus lives on and it mutates into something even crazier and overtakes my vaccine power. Yeah i think that's always a risk. I mean mutations variance are going to continue to be a risk and And you could have a situation like we don't know about sterilizing unity as as much as we want to yet right so you could have a situation where you're on the tail end of meeting another vaccination you get a low grade infection from that person and and it does overtake your vaccine or you take that very low grade infection that you may not even know that you have to someone else and so there's there's situations where this chain of events happens putting people who have no choice in the matter at risk and that's where we want to really target Bringing people who are not interested currently to getting vaccinated to the table and say. What's stopping you. What's holding you back. What can we do to support bringing you to the vaccine table. How about something that. Maybe i think simpler which is simply masking here in new york. We're we've had a week or two of you. Don't have to mask indoor in new jersey. As of today where i live. You don't have to mask indoor and you can actually stand at a bar and have a drink. i think god forbid. What are your thoughts. Learn about masking indoors. Let's let's let's assume the outdoors is you know. That's pretty clear clear. What do you think that indoors. Yeah for me. I think the risk is still high enough person. My personal opinion is that i would so mask. Endorse wherever possible I think in general. We've relaxed these indoor mask mandate to soon. We're getting really close. I think everyone's just so excited to get back to normal that they're willing to let their guard down and i. I think that is where we get into a little bit of a high risk situation and masking is not know. It's it's not that hard to do and it is a simple stuff that we can take to protect ourselves and protect those other people that we were just talking about you know and so for me. I would like to see the mask. The masking continue indoors especially in those more crowded locations until we get to those higher Backseat needed levels. You know we're finally starting to look at the most at the simplest possible explanation for how this virus got started at market and wuhan down the street from corona virus lab in wuhan but even if the quote unquote conspiracy theories proved true. I mean does it really matter where it came from to the medical field d. Do you need those details. No i mean. I think i think it matters to some people and i think there. There is always an interest in exploring origins. But i don't think we're going to get there with some targeted Exploration of whether or not this is a cover up or whether or not the origins were because of some some purposeful were unintentional things. That happened in a lab. I you know the we don't need that information to improve our response the next time we have a pandemic. We don't need that information to take care of these patients. We don't need that information clearly to to build back scenes to build therapeutics. What we need is to focus efforts on how we get out of this pandemic and how we move the global health forward to be able to prepare for the next one. And that's not through an origin discussion. Lauren thank you so much once again for joining us. You do every week and we really appreciate your time lawrence. Our associate professor of emergency medicine at johns hopkins school of medicine. We should note that the bloomberg school of public health is supported by michael bloomberg bloomberg lp bloomberg philanthropies in this radio operation cities across the united states and the state of california. They're starting to make a case for patients are good folks at bloomberg. Businessweek took a deep dive at one of those city. Susan birkdale burchfield senior investigative reporter for bloomberg businessweek and also the author of the our fate theodore roosevelt. jp morgan and the battle to transform american capitalism. Susan thanks so much for joining us. Here you guys took a look at this whole reparations issue as it relates to a small town of evanston illinois. What did you guys find. Yeah thanks so much for having me on so evanston illinois is As you said a small city just north of chicago and It has the distinction of being the first city in the us to offer reparations to its black residents and The i kind of effort that it's making on is to redress housing discrimination That menu blocked residents faced beginning as far back as nineteen nineteen. I'd say that absolutely loved the story. Susan it was really the kind of it was like a book. You just can't put down i. I was taking care of my baby and trying to feed her bottle. And i just. I couldn't really do anything until everyone on screen. Is that what you're saying. No i mean i just. I noticed that she couldn't distract me. I i found it really fascinating and at first you know starts out really disturbing. Because i was reading about lucius sutton at the very beginning and i was thinking. How is this possible. This kind of injustice in the nineteen hundreds. That's my century. I could imagine it happening in the eighteen hundreds. But it's just it's something everyone should read. Even people who have been have become kind of numb to the social justice. And the congressman. We're talking about woke capitalism. But when you read this you can understand why it's worth fighting for the one thing. I kept thinking to myself. Susan is yes you run into these real problems especially on the local level and you make this point in the story. if it's done on a federal level it would be. You'd have less. You'd have fewer problems right. Yeah well first of all. Thanks so much for the kind words about the story. was been a wonderful privilege really to be able to spend so much time on it and with people in evanston so Very kind of makes me wanna move evanston. It's a beautiful place apparently good. They're good people for the most part right. They if they're taking this on interested. Yeah they're trying to do the right thing. And you know to your question I know at the local level At a you know inner city like evanston or in any city in the us There are always going to be different. Points of view about what reparations should look like at the local level you know and part of that is i. Don't know what kind of discrimination or injustice to Take on i How much money any city is going to be able to to use to essentially pay down the debt it owes to its black residents on and just the nature of city government or even state government. You know there's Lots of opportunities for people to comment. So you can hear very directly from lots of people and you know at the national level. there's been Increasing momentum i'd say Toward the discussion. You know so. The cities are are taking many steps further than what's happening on the national level but there is at least the discussion. You know there is There are studies that would Help calculate how much reparations should be and of course that's trillions of dollars and in evanston. We're talking about millions of dollars. How does the process actually work if someone feels that. They are due reparations. How's the process work so in evanston The first round of money which is about four hundred thousand dollars on and is going to be given out to recipients this summer And essentially anyone who lived in evanston any black resident who lived in evanston from nineteen nineteen. Tonight sixty nine on. That's the year after a federal government passed the fair housing act. So if you lived in evanston during that time you're eligible and you're given first priority Second priority is to descendants of those people and third priority is to a resident who lived in evanston after that And can show that they face discrimination. It's hard for me to be flippant about this because when you read about the cannon family the simmons family what happened to the sutton family you just have to take it seriously. But being flippant is in my nature. And i wanted to say that it seems like the best thing you can do for social justice if you visit evanston right. I mean because the first the the money that they're getting comes from the three percent cannabis tax and they've only got one we'd vendor in town so if you do go there stop by and get yourself a pre roll joined. Yes well you're not the only one of the the on alderman as they're called their city council member. I'm who came up with the idea She's longer serving. But i spoke to her while she was still in office her message. Was you know come to evanston and please by drugs. Robin simmons was that it was the alderman now. Well that was an rainy robin listening. Though is the one who first proposed reparations on idea on and then worked with some other city council members to Help create it And it was an rany who came up with the idea of using the money from this new tax money that was unclaimed That they calculated would bring in about a million dollars a year and then they voted The i ten million dollars To the program and maybe that will take ten years to maybe less well. Hopefully they can raise those taxes a little bit. I think everyone will be willing to pay a little bit more for their for good weed. But i have say now for you as as senior investigative reporter you may not notice but as for regular person history that these people have discovered the research that they've put in to to go back three four five generations and get titles and deeds and the stories that they have. I i the story just for that to me is worth it. I love the the family history that they have discovered that. You've reported here. Susan thanks so much for joining us. Susan deerfield and jordan holman wrote the story. I use city to back reparations. Muhtar reality you're still running your business on quickbooks more like quicksand. The bigger your company grows the faster you sync with outdated software right now. Net suite is offering a one of a kind financing program that special financing at net sweet dot com slash earnings net sweet dot com slash earnings. Now let's delve into crypto. We've mentioned bitcoin at all today. Paul or does or or tether. Mike mcglone joins us commodities strategists for bloomberg intelligence on crypto. I mean it. The volatility has been amazing but the lineup of guests. That we've had. Mike has been insane. The last week. I have interviewed. Nick carter. Who is a brilliant writer from castle island ventures sandbank men freed who is one of the richest people in america now and he's only twenty nine forty billion dollars in crypto and bobby lee who is a pioneer in the space he started. Btc china and now has a really cool hardware wallet out. Mike what what are your. What's your current thinking on bitcoin. Is we've gone through these wild up and down swings is here to stay the volatility for right now. Are we getting past it. Hey man i appreciate. You mentioned some very smart people that i'd list basically enjoyed those interviews. And i think the key thing to think about in cryptos bull market that's corrected gateway to excite in. I'm one of the people got suckered into what really brought me in. Thought it would continue up. Was when volatility dropped sixty two and bitcoin dropped to the lowest of the year. Right before the class i was like. Oh typically that means it's gonna go higher so it was a sign that which is way. Too much speculative excesses the the minute those coined senate live. That was the bell ringing. Okay let's look back now. Let's look forward right now. A theory up two hundred forty percent on the year the bloomberg galaxy crypto index is up one hundred percent bitcoins up twenty six percent. Bitcoin's a dud the rest the space of theorems a stud and but i think that that is going to continue because the fundamental underpinnings are still quite strong. How about the regulatory overhang. It's beginning to build here. We've seen some central bankers including some folks in china. How do you think about that. Yes that's the key thing long. Glad you brought that in there and the key thing kathy would said. There's not much you can do to really regulate bitcoin anymore. It's the world's largest decentralized network that's open source software so china has his. What china didn't respond. I think it's a good indication of how significant bitcoin is. Now here. We have a country that does not have becoming a surveillance. State doesn't have free four capitals. Certainly doesn't the discourse and they have to limit their their people from from winnie the pooh and from the internet so they have to limit bitcoin and they have to limit flow of capital. So that's a significant sign. But it's also what's going to really tilt the us. I think to embrace him more. Because there's a cold war that's really brewing and getting more and more and that is what's i pointed out in the crypto chanting morning it's the digitalization of monies enhancing dollar dominates the most widely traded crypto on. The planet is tethered. I've mentioned this before. It's double the volume of bitcoin in it's a digital. And it's nick theorem token so key things they're dollars dominating its theorems gaining dominance themes that significant and the us privately say who we also we have to do is nothing here. And we're beating china in this big battle against the major powers are. Is there any crypto token that you think is ideal for spending because my idea is. Something's gonna come along where people say you know what i don't care if a regulator embraces this. I don't care if some central bank says stay away or not. I'm going use this and get around the system. The problem is right now. It's too difficult to do that with bitcoin. Because it's so hard to spend. I'll be sarcastic. Tether digital dollar. i'll be on the digital. The global reserve currency is the dollar. Dow gaining dominance despite the fact. Us gdp declined because after what's happened china and hong kong. The world's he's okay okay. That's not the best place in the world isn't the best. But the the best place the best thing to transact and then there's this global digital reserve asset not used to be goal was digital store value. It's becoming more and more bitcoin. So i think for spending dollars in actually gaining in terms of digitalization. As far as actually spending it depends what you mean by that. The key thing that's really happening globally as a lot of third world countries countries with don't have stable currencies like we are blessed with our alternative cryptos and it can do it on their phones and they're getting phones because they're leapfrogging that technology. They might have the wires to run electricity out in rural india sub saharan africa. But they can do they. They're getting phone so that's happening everywhere. So mike what. What's the big coin chat. Why am i not on this. I'll get you and please don't think you want in vitamin you need the man. You're so funny. 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The #1 Mistake People Make When Tapping On Their Own (Pod #388)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

18:21 min | 1 year ago

The #1 Mistake People Make When Tapping On Their Own (Pod #388)

"Gene here welcome to the tapping Cuny podcast every single week we answer the most common uncommon questions about tapping an emt seeing it the most out of your tapping practice eliminates L. Sabotage and take the action that you want as a reminder room every Monday in the podcast feed we have been re editing and repurposing purposing and cleaning up a bunch of old bonus episodes and turn them into full blown episodes of their own this week in episode three eighty seven. We talk about three things that you can do at the beginning of tapping session to set yourself up for success the actually get the most out of that tapping session because because oftentimes the way we get in our own way is the disposition we have about the work that we are doing which dovetails perfectly into today's topic about the biggest mistake people make win. They're tapping and why they don't get enough out of their tapping to enjoy the show genius. Tony Welcome to the tapping. CNA podcast cast recorded live to tape from Williamsburg in Brooklyn. This is episode three eighty eight originaly aired September eighteenth two thousand eighteen. Did you ever you are in whatever time they your chance to listen to this. Thanks for spending time with me as I said at the top of the show. Oh today we're GONNA be talking about the biggest mistake people make when they are tapping and this is such a big mistake that oftentimes really gets in the way of being able to you have success with tapping at all and if you're doing something in a way that is not producing fruit it make sense that you're gonNA stop tapping so this impacts ex-u doing this wrong in two ways one is you don't get the most out of your tapping into demotivate you from continuing tapping process but before we jump into the bat just a quick reminder the tap a podcast exists because of the support by listeners just like you every single month those people who are supporting the show in in addition to getting the warm fuzzy feeling of knowing that they're helping this free content to exist in the world. They also get access to mazing free bonus stuff. They get custom tapping script. Some of them even get one on one time with me discounts on products. If you two would like to support the tapping Cuny podcast all you need to do is go to tapping Q. and aid he dot com slash support were click on the link in the show notes by doing this not only are you supporting podcast but every single month we take ten percent ah the support and we load it out on Kiva Kiva his microloans site that suppress small business owners all over the world and truly find fine every couple of weeks. I get notes from the lending agencies around the world that worked directly with Kiva telling us about the progress that these small business owners. You're making the really cool. The thing is is once. The money is payback. Just immediately loaned out again so my history with Kiva for every dollar that has been put into my account for loans. It's actually actually been loaned out four times so not only are you supporting something like podcast similarly small business owners all over the world over and over again to all the supporters once again. Thank you very much for most people win. They learn tapping and they learn the basics of tapping. One of the things that has hit home over and over again is that you need to be specific in the more specific you are the better the tapping is going to be and lots of the tools and techniques that we learn things. It's like the movie technique are just ways that are helping us to tune into what is going on and I don't disagree with fat as a piece of information the more specific we are the more successful. We're going to be oftentimes. People mistake what the words specific means that when people learn the basics tapping and they have some examples that they're tapping on their examples where the root cause the initial sensitizing event is something that is known and so coming up with details of something that is easy to do but that's is not always the case and there's a difference between being specific in being as specific as we can and the reality is when we're tapping the goal is to be specific as we can and sometimes that's not very specific at all so just to make it easier for with you when you tap because again. It's easy for people to beat themselves up thinking why don't have this memory from from the past that I can go after therefore it's not going to work. We start with whatever we know and we give as much specifics as we can. Even if that specific is is boy this sucks and that's the only thing we know we can tap on that second. It's important to recognize the fact sometimes there's not an initial sensitizing event and and when I use that phrase initial sensitizing event what I mean is there is a specific memory in the past that puts us down a particular Tequila road. It's the first time initial sensitizing event something that we feel with our senses that happen as an event the example. I always always use and this didn't happen to me but it's easy to understand is I could be camping as a child and my brother throws a rubber snake into my sleeping bag or into my tent therefore I'm afraid of snakes snakes that is an initial sensitizing event which makes tapping much easier because we know where it is but some things don't have initial sensitizing events so we will not be able to enter in because we can't think of the specific moment headstarts so best to give you permission to set aside the necessity. Sadi for having super detail the beginning the second thing happens when we're tapping this particular way is that when we think of specific we think of the deep darkest specific root cause and I have found often in times when we begin tapping on an issue even if we have an inkling of what that initial sensitizing event is we can't actually see he clearly because we're feeling a bunch of emotions in this moment about what is going on and so the mistake people make and the thing that I would encourage you to do is to start with the specifics of the leading edge of the experience ear INS- so instead of trying to start at the root cause were starting at the farthest point away from it which is what we're experiencing right now now and for me that route that leading edge is the emotion. I feel about the situation. Shen so if you kind of imagine a drawing there is at the center. There's the initial sensitizing event or the root cause which could be a limiting belief if there was given to us from someone else or it could be a specific instance in our past or some combination of those the next layer out from that is is the emotion we feel as we are experiencing that particular problem if the initial sensitizing event is i. I had a rubber snake. Throw my sleeping bag so then the emotion it creates is a fear of snakes but I think there's one more we're layer out and this is the place that we always need to start when touting this is the place that I think is most effective for us when we're tapping and that is what is the emotion and I have about the experience having so in this case with a few snakes. I could have the emotion that I feel really embarrassed. Orest that I'm afraid of snakes and I'm really embarrassed by the fact when someone says the word snakes shows me a picture of a snake even though one is nowhere near me I still freak out and I get really emotional so we have route causing the middle. We have the emotions we experience as we encounter the root cause and then the third layer out or third part out is the emotion about the experience and so whenever I am tapping that is the place that I like to start first. What is the emotion. I feel because I'm experiencing this. The common emotions are like I mentioned before shame that we're feeling it. There could be disappointment. There could be a feeling of weakness. There could be a feeling of frustration that this thing is happening in getting in our way but after you describe what is going on ask yourself the question. How do I feel because this is happening and then tap on on that particular emotion so in the example I gave of the snake is I am really embarrassed that I am afraid of snakes. I'm embarrassed embarrassed that even when I see a picture of a snake and I know that I am perfectly safe. I still freak out and get really really afraid and I give myself permission to know that my subconscious mind is just trying to keep me safe. It recognizes snakes dangerous and it's just over functioning thing when it sees a picture so even though I don't enjoy the experience I know my system is trying to take care of me in a way that is super helpful she can see. It's really straightforward tapping about the emotion about the experience when I do this a couple of things happen. The first I is is softened towards the fact that I'm experiencing this easier with myself. I start to understand why I'm feeling the way that I'm feeling healing and because of that the issue has just gotten smaller so again if we imagine are drawing of root cause in the middle emotions motions caused by the root cause on the outside of that and then the next layer out is the emotionally feel we've now peeled that big exterior layer off of it and the issue gets smaller oftentimes tapping about the emotion about the issue immediately makes us feel better. The second thing is now that that layer is clear often times we can see the root cause much more clearly and since we can see the root cause much more clearly we're able to tap in a more specific way like I said at the beginning the place we're trying to get his tap on the most specifics we have access to and by getting rid of the outer layer of the emotion that we feel about the experience ends it gives us clarity for what is in the middle one of the ways. I like to think about it is the issue is a tree that is in my backyard and it's a ways away from my house. That's in the back end. My backyard in the morning like on a cool fall morning I wake up is a bunch of missed I in the backyard and because there's a bunch of missed in the backyard. I can vaguely make out the shape of a tree. I can tell it's a tree I can tell how big it is but I might not be able to tell how it kind of is I can't see the branches certainly can't see any of the leaves because that missed his in the way but as the morning unfolds and the sun comes out out and it warms up and that mist evaporates away all of a sudden the tree comes into more and more clarity until I get to the point the I can see each individual leaf and I might even see a squirrel in the tree or a place that leaves are dying because it's fall or whatever it looks like but because that missed is gone. I have more specifics to understand exactly what the tree looks like and so when we tap on the the emotion about the issue like I said before we feel better but the other is all of a sudden we have so much more clarity about the issue which makes the tapping on the most specific understanding. We have easier because all of a sudden we have a lot more specifics and as a side effect. I have even been in a circumstance where we've tacked on the emotion about the issue end because that emotions connected to the issue itself. Sometimes we knock account the entire issue by just happing on our emotion about the fact that we're experiencing this as a review. It's really easy for us to get hung up trying to be specific as possible and make the mistake of thinking being as specific as possible means that we are one hundred percent specific because that's not the case number two do the easiest thing for us to tap on is the leading edge of whatever the issue is an often question to ask is how do I feel about the fact I'm experiencing dancing this and tapping on this third by doing that it is going to give you access inside to your core issue. Shooting cleared faster and in some cases just tapping on the emotion about the issue is enough to take care of the issue so this becomes a really straightforward approach so whenever you tap after you explain what is going on and how you feel just ask yourself the question. How do I feel about the fact I'm experiencing this and tuning in that is going to give you space to be able to be more successful with your tapping. If you haven't done so. I want you also go back and listen to the episode from earlier this week episode three eighty seven even go to tapping podcast dot com click on the link for three eighty-seven if you're in the website if you click on podcast up in the menu bar it'll take you there and you'll see it there in the list that whole do is that gives you three things to keep in mind to tap for before you start the session so it's almost as if you look at the three things we talked about on Monday then you ask yourself. How do I feel about these tap on that and if you do those things at the beginning of a tapping session. You're gonNA find your tapping to be so much more successful. If you're tapping on your owner if you're working with someone else and to because you are so much more successful what's happening. You're much more likely to reach for the tool set of tapping so you get more out of tapping and you encourage yourself to tap more which means you get more out of tapping and you can just see that rippling effect through your life of how adding these small things at the beginning of Tapping Ping is gonNA supercharge experience but also make you a more effective consistent tapper. If you know someone in your life who is tapping and sometimes sometimes struggle with tapping and I would say that everyone who taps because we all sometimes struggle would encourage you to pass this along to them again. Don't spend your inbox everybody everybody in the world. If there is someone you know who might find this useful. Please pass the word along the most common way people find audio in this crazy easy. World is from a recommendation from a friend for example. If you go into Itunes podcast right now there are seven hundred fifty thousand podcasts and if if you're new to podcasting and find your way to something like this might be hard so you could be the person that makes it easy for them to tap and if you make it easier for them they're it's half more. They're going to be healthier all going to be in a healthier place. If you haven't done so already I recently joined the ranks of Instagram for the Tapa Cuny podcast so the scrim handle is tapping Q. and A. T. A. P. I. N. G. Q. A. N. D. A. were and is spelled out in addition addition to sharing links to lots of useful resources custom tapping scripts on their information. It's an awesome place in this amazing digital Asia world that we can interact. Please come join me over there. If you have a question or comment something. You'd like to see US cover in future show. Please let me know some of the best topics topics we've done. 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#146 Conversations in Quarantine Taryn Voget-The Gypsy Genius

OC Talk Radio

58:15 min | 1 year ago

#146 Conversations in Quarantine Taryn Voget-The Gypsy Genius

"Welcome everybody's time once again for the next chapter with Charlie hedges as he explores turning the page on his life and yours. Hey Charlie Hey Paul how you doing today? I'm doing good today here at the Sun's coming out and I'm trying to be positive you're trying to be positive. Does that mean it's a difficult choice? Well you know. We're going through difficult times but I'm trying to learn from what you and Terry talked about. In your last show fine sacred in the ordinary moments here and reach out to people. Don't just sit back alone and think the world's coming to an end here that podcast released today and and I hope that that some of our listeners have already had a chance to catch onto one thing. You said that it's that I think is really important. One of the things that we talked about. How do you deal with or manage your time during this During this is self isolation's Day at all inconvenience illness. Yeah and and one of the things that we should do that we talked about doing is calling friends and I have called on you. You know I'm not coming by normal friends and I'm calling people. I haven't talked to for two or three years. Yeah right it is. It's really interesting talking to them because I don't know what's going on in their life and so what. Here's what I was thinking about what you think about this. That I don't know if I'll do a series of it or it's a one week show to be once a month ever how long this this Corentin last? But but I'm I'm calling a conversation in quarantine I like it. I like it because we're here's what I here's what I thought it's a crazy i. It's a crazy idea is a little off the wall. Yeah Yeah what if we were to call one of my friends and and I'm thinking of my friend the the eternal creative gypsy taryn vogue et. Who lives everywhere around the world two or three times a year and just moving around doing different things? And I haven't spoken with Darren for Kosh six to eight months and we used to talk like monthly and so I'm curious what it would be like so I'm thinking what if we call terron and just have a conversation have a checkup conversations with that right on the air for everybody to hear here to the unvarnished real. Hey how you doing i. I'd love to do it because I hear this more. And more now since you brought this idea this idea of calling people. I have asked more and more people. Are You doing that? And more and more people telling me I'm hearing from people haven't heard from in years. I'm hearing from people. I'm I'm feeling a need to reach out to people I'm alone I'm isolated. I WanNa connect what anybody alive out there. What's happening in the world and I can't take it alone so I can't go out and build an actual community can't go to church can't go to a bar can't go to sports game so little I do. I sit and dial for people because I'm lonely. I need a connection. Well we're going to give it a shot and and like Today's podcast it. Is You know well. You will edit this a little bit but this is. This is not a prepared. I have not prepared a list of questions for Taryn. It will truly be a conversation and that she and I can have. We can have long conversations. You always you always mentioned that you say and I. I've always found that interesting because most people I know don't have long conversations anymore. Quick conversations on the phone. Hi How are you coming over? Good sees soon. Most people do not want to sit like I remember being a kid. Where pupil would talk on the phone for hours. Oh I know when you were a kid you did talk on the phone for hours. And HAD WE HAD PARTY LINES. You did at your. I never had one of those. I know of them and then we had then we got the exclusive for Person Party line and we finally got our own line. But I don't really recall how we manage the party. Line was the number of rings. Different people would pick up a different numbers of things right. I just remember having a phone. We only had one phone. The House like most people and I would tie it up certainly when I was a teenager but even earlier which is talk forever talk for hours so my buddies are my friends and the phone. Eventually we had girlfriends all my. Yeah talk for hours to your girlfriend and my parents are taking the line. Let's not. Let's talk to a girlfriend gave. Let's talk to To love to. Colorado's my gypsy Gypsy friend. And she's Quite successful you know just just a bit for our for our listeners attorneys not your everyday gypsy. She lived for a year sort of bootstrapping it in Europe traveling Europe which is a fabulous story. I met her at spacex where she was consulting and coaching executives at SPACEX and the last job she had she doesn't have now because she those doesn't last as long she gets bored and she was in an executive position at the gates foundation and she has since moved out of San Francisco. And I think she's living down here in southern California now but I'm not sure so we will find out all about Taryn. Who's extremely talented and extremely interesting. All right We dialed this week. Every shot dial up dialer up and she's on the phone Taryn or you're with us. Hi I am Mike Charlie. Did you hear my introduction of u? Half of it and he says it's nice things about me. Thank you come in just as you were saying. She can't hold a job though side that that part. That's the part I brought true. I just I just said my My Loving Gypsy friend that you truly are gypsy. I you know when mom says about me to does she. Yup well you will. Don't you say about are you? I like to think of it as flexible blacks. It'll be four. I'm going to be flexible and duck out of this but before we do. I don't know if Terri knows today's topic. But you and Terry your good friend. We're talking the other day about. How do we handle this isolation we're forced into we for years we said? Hey we all want a little more time now we got it in spades and most of us are scared and frightened to be alone at home particularly during difficult times. Can't go to church. Get and go to the Bar. Sports game gaining grover and hang out with your neighbors. So how do we handle you guys said old fashioned write letters or or get on the phone and call? Somebody haven't heard in a while and that led to this idea. What would that look like as I don't know what a long phone conversation looks like? I haven't called a friend in talk for an hour in years. So that's Today's experiment. You guys are GONNA show us. You're gonNA model that good behavior. Well let's Let's see in Paul. I can't believe you can't talk for an hour because you can talk for now. I feel that's tariffs but nobody let them. Maybe that's IT and everybody was I hang up. Get off the phone. I I've heard enough here. Okay Taryn so it's been six. We we chatted ever so briefly. But I didn't want to chat and death and we agree to spend at least six to eight months. Do you know you're on the show. You are one of the first ones on the show. You our number twenty six on the show and we've done. We're doing one forty six right now. We're getting done. That many shows gosh time flies. Time flies yeah it was. I think it may have been I. I don't have my I my spreadsheet open but I think it might've even been late two thousand eighteen that we talked. It could not have been that long. I mean I've been I. I will admit I've been a bit of a cave. I've been working very hard on some projects but I'm emerging so you're timing for the cave so you haven't been in a cave. I know you haven't been in a cave for for eight months you're doing. You must have been doing something really interesting before then. I can't remember the last time we spoke. But we'll get you caught up It was a little over a year ago. I said January last year That a colleague nineteen up a little over a year ago said Hey. Would you interested in doing some consulting projects at Kiva and Kiva a lot of people kiva? It's a nonprofit that is best known for doing micro loans in over eighty five countries around the world. And if you don't know what a micro loan is where you and I might take out a twenty thousand dollar loan to start a business or buy a car and a lot of developing countries. Fifty dollars will buy you something to get a business going or one hundred dollars. Five hundred dollars and so The idea is that by lending small amounts of money. You can really help entrepreneurs get their business going or helping pay for supplies or medical or college or whatever And so the loan amounts are typically very small microloans and the way the platform works. Is that people like you and Majors Joe. Jane public goes and makes loans and twenty five dollar increments to people around the world and you get paid back there just zero percent interest that you lend at so. That's how he was known. It was one of Oprah's favorite things. It's a really well known nonprofit so anyway Colleague of mine went. There asked me to come do some consulting which I thought I'd say for three months and they kept asking me to do more and more interesting projects and here I am a little over a year later Just about to wrap up the last of the projects they asked me to do. So it's been but it's an intense. Small companies are interesting. I mean Cuba's about one hundred twenty employees and the smaller the company the harder you have to work because there's not big stacks things you end up doing it all so in a cave busy. I know I'm in I'm in. I'm in his staff in the United States. That has six people in one in Uganda. That has six people so you are caught doing doing doing all the work. Not all the work I mean. Everybody's really fantastic. It's just you're doing much more work than you would normally do. But but one thing that's really interest that the listeners may find interesting isn't it with microloans. They're the lowest default to Vinnie. Loan out there. They get paid back at Mike. A ninety eight percent rate or something like that on my my right on that or you are right And and the the repayment rate since sort of varies amongst the demographic but on average about ninety six point five percent repayment rate What's an average loan you know? I don't know what to stats are on the average again. It depends on the country and the region demographic I think it's around five hundred dollars the average loan. No no no. I mean what's the average rate of default on on on loans that are made in the United States? I mean I just told me that number I wanna say it's it's higher than you. I mean it's like a default rate is like twenty percent tie my goodness we're we're we're no. You told me you have fun. Things like skiing to right. Oh I did of you know I. I Made Twenty nineteen year to get in shape and so I hired a trainer of into the gym. I've been good. My sister called me in. I WANNA say it was September October and said Hey I wanNA do a big blow up my fortieth birthday Let's go skiing in Chamonix France for skiing enthusiast shamny. Frankie considered like hard skiing. It's just sort of steep and hard just really good snow and good place key And so like all right. So I ended up Upping my trading regime and getting myself an extra good ski shape and she and I went skiing for a week and Shimoni in January. It was the most glorious week it was sunny every day. That snow is flawlessly perfectly time. That is great. And you've been you've been working out to fit. I was doing Working out with my trader cycle and then everything got shut down. What has it been a month ago now And so I'm just trying to figure out so I worked so hard Now it's all going. It's all going away so I called my trainer. Jt and I love him and he agreed to meet some random neighborhood grasp patch because everything here in Santa Monica was closed and so working out with him match thirty two days ago and he stands like fifteen feet away from me and he told me what to do and I do it. And that's where we're out fritzy bring weights or anything or is it just He's got some small equipment. I've got some small equipment between the two of us. We have like enough to. I mean it's Jim they'll get me wrong But it's you know that's all you need. That's that's incredible that you do that. Mine is Eating peanut butter lavish brands. And that's how fabulous. I swear we're all going to emerge about twenty pounds. Heavier after Corentin is over. Because I don't know about you but I'm a total Boredom eater and so you know I'm at home all day and it's like every twenty minutes I get up and I have a bite of this or a bite of that and by the end of the day. I'm sure four thousand calories. Well you know what I I. It really gained weight and I just lost between January and now but it was mostly. I lost it in about a six week period but I lost twenty three pounds that six weeks. What did you do? I just changed my eating patterns. I didn't eat sweets. Two meals a day. I you know I have. I have eggs lentil spinach for breakfast. I don't eat lunch and then I have a salad with no dressing at night. That's it. Well that's inspiring. I could take a page out of your chapter. Yeah so so you you've had you've had one job this whole time. I mean I can't cut the job for a year you know. And it's so not like me. I'm not a good fulltime employees and I'm still technically consultant It it it's been one organization but about ten different jobs Latest one's been somewhat of the most. I would say the most interesting It's the one that I feel like. I've gained some interesting perspective on that came in and did a bunch of things they work directly with the CEO and a bunch of projects A RAN PR. For which is really interesting. Because I got to go to New York on Pierre Tour and we met with the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times all these fancy be prestigious. Forbes and fortune and all these fancy prestigious. And He's thinking your mind. Oh my gosh. It's such a big deal to talk to the media but the actual sausage making of it is not at all like you imagine like. You're in some dingy cafe with a reporter who's like underpaid totally frazzled. Trying to get done and twenty minutes. That's what big new series. What's like just like in the movies Yeah and we got covered the Financial Times. That was a big deal so I I ran. Tr really interesting moment in time for Kiva and let's let's back up on Ellen World did you run PR graphics experience or any any public relations. Experience are now stopping partner. Just nothing about pr and we had hired an agency that was able to get all of those media places. But I still had to coordinate and show up and figure out talking points for the CEO and all kinds of stuff is very eye opening them and then we had a big huge project in Africa. In Sierra Leone rolling out this first digital identity system where you can actually walk into a bank fingerprint in. They would know who you are. You could open up a bank counter alone. Which for us. We don't even think about it. It's just like what we do. But in a lot of countries especially in Africa they don't even have birth certificates. Nobody knows who they are. They don't have a social security number. Nothing so it's impossible to vote get a driver's license open bank account and so this is a big project to Make all that happen. With with a with biometric fingerprint scan and so we launched that project In Gosh what was it now. It was last year it might have been September August or September and it was just a big PR flurry around it. Every major publication picked up the story because it was really quite a cutting edge story. And so that that was crazy. It was crazy last fall I didn't I didn't get the meeting places. I just managed all of it on the internal side for Kiva so you're not in Sierra Leone. I know I sent a teammate. To go early just really far away and go and you know it's funny actually. There wasn't that much media in Sierra Leone. Most of the reporters picked up the story remotely so it wasn't really necessary to beat press conference we have crew there the whole bit. I am spoiled. I probably shouldn't even say this on air but when I when I go to Africa I will not fly coach. I wanted to make it. I want somebody coming in serving me well and that was actually a little bit where my head was that which. I am not getting on the plane for twenty two hours coach. You know. It's a nonprofit right. We're flying coach and I had a staffer that was completely thrilled to go and coach. You go yeah. Yeah so what are you? What are you learning these days? Besides your yes. So that was just a brief stint We there there was sort of an interesting twist of events. Kiva and A key executive left and they asked me if I wouldn't mind running. Hr and facilities for a while and wait a minute. Wait a minute. Yeah you went in doing was I went in doing some consulting projects He's a variety of things like four or five different small projects that they needed help with and then the CEO. And I got along really well and he said Hey. Would you come help me run a bunch of other projects and then head of PR left and he's like God? Would you mind stepping into do pr and this is how the year went? It was a whole bunch of like people leaving or stuff getting shit around in Teheran. Could you just do it so I've had at least three jobs all year and then they asked me if I would run? Hr and facilities. And I said I will do it as long as There's a timeline on it and I can find you the perfect person that will really you know? Take you where you need to go because this is neither my passion nor do not have deep expertise in HR. I mean I love people and I'm interested in facets of it but HR is its own thing some binny's and all of that kind of thing sort of our operations that like you know from the sausage making of the people side. I'm more interested in like the Training Development Coaching. And the you know all of humanity of business. Yeah and that's that's you know when you're in a small organization that's not all that much of the job to be honest. It's just US making the people in the people operations But yes they asked me to do it. I said yes One of the reasons that I felt compelled to say yes was that He was lease was up. Kiva is located in downtown. San Francisco headquarters are in downtown. San Francisco lease was up and they needed someone to find a new office and get everybody moved and I have a sort of a sort of a side passion for interior design and I was like all right. I can get behind that project if I could design in the office ensuring that we want so found new office for Kiva randomly. It's two blocks away Beautiful Office space for the company. Yeah I've been there was. We had an agent that helped us but yeah of course the responsibility. Yeah we'll find it and And and part of the reason we were we needed to also wanted to move because the space was just not the right. Space for us is too expensive. It just was too big for what we needed so found actually much nicer space for way less money people away and I got to do kind of a fun project which is designed to save a hired a designer and designed what I think the way office should be designed to given the constraints that they had. Which was you know budget Obviously it's nonprofit was working on the NFL Gates Foundation budget and Designed to really cool office and the funny thing is. It was all set to open last Monday. And of course that didn't happen so I had a brand new beautiful office sitting utterly empty at the moment is it is it. Did you design it? In the in the way work sort of model of all the standing and and open space or do or is it an office space. Well every office now is one big huge open office. You know the the days of cubicles and you know private offices are just gone. They don't exist anymore so it's a big open space. But I've never been a huge fan of sick open spaces because I think they're really hard to work in so I got to add all of the things I think. Make an open space work which is phone booths and meeting pods and privacy lounges in spaces where you can actually like thinking. Be Quiet As well as communal state what designed the coolest kitchen With you know cool sort of starbuck style seating and all kinds of cool things and did it on a total budget but it looks fantastic So made it really dream. I think I think officers should have plants and feel green until delicious. And so it's got all these natural materials implants living walls. Now's all fake because we can have living but it looks like it. Looks like it's real Feels like it's real so it's yeah I'm pretty proud of. What is the square footage? How big is the place? Any one hundred square feet. Yeah and that takes a hundred other. It's not one hundred twenty people in there. No no no so Funny Enough I mean team is actually got off of all over the place a big one in Portland when a New York couple in around the world and a lot of remote staff But the truth of the matter is there's about seventy people in San Francisco but I've been doing the math and on any given data about forty in the office. People are traveling. They're remote ever meetings. They're working from home or whatever it is so I designed an office to fit about. Forty people eighty-one square feet will handle four people forty people. It'll handle more than that but I only forty desk That sounds like Zyrtec house for a single person. Eighty one hundred square feet. You know I don't need a big space. I need a perfectly designed space and so you can have a big space. It's not well designed. This doesn't feel cozy right so you really are. You know somebody the other day and I and I. I declined the the the description but says you know you're really a renaissance man and I said no I'm just basically I'm just curious and so and I and I get bored easily but you really are a renaissance woman. You have so many talents. It just seems anytime anybody else do anything I can do that. And then you what do you do you go to computer and look it up and see how to do it. No not usually usually. It's like obvious it's so funny. I know the CEO. I can do anything except for like physics and science But anything else I can do. Just let me know what you need. yeah you know you really good at accounting because your sap specialists to my dear know sap and the Oracle Yeah You know it's funny. When I when I started my career I worked for accenture consulting firm and you sort of get thrown into these projects and you have to figure it out and I think that it just really young you just walk into situation you know nothing about industry you know nothing about a client you really know nothing about and you have about a week to figure it out and so I built muscle of like Oh. That's how you do it. You just ask him questions. He figured out. And it's not that difficult. I mean most things in business are just not that difficult You know I I I read once I went my wife at one time was a career counselor and she had found a statement. I think out of Harvard Business Review or something that that the average job the average business job in America can be learned in ninety days. I totally believe that. Yeah we got these kids doing stupid degrees in. I'm sorry kids but kids. Twenty five year olds going to business school and college and I think is such a waste of time you know when they should be doing liberal arts education and learning how to thank learning philosophy and literature and languages it just it cures him so much further in life. I I got an undergraduate degree in business. I went to Georgetown. Is You know and I got an undergraduate degree in business. I was a finance and management double major. And I'll tell you what you learned in that program you learn how to work with people. Because every single class has group projects that require you to collaborate and deliver something together and he learned how to use tools like excel and powerpoint. Actually do learn useful. Business Gilson did you. Oh okay so maybe well I won't take it back but I will reconsider it somewhat because I really do believe that we do miss out in the liberal arts education. Why don't disagree with you there? Yeah Yeah so yes so anyway to finish answering your question. I now run. H Aren't but we're actively hiring my replacements Because I said I will see you through the office move which was supposed to happen last week. It's now empty. But in theory we could move in And it's been really fascinating to run a team in these times especially the last month so I feel like I've learned a lot actually so I guess I'm not like a set about it. I mean I don't really like having a fulltime job but I'm I've learned a lot so that's been good. So what are you doing? What kind of tools are you using now in this time where everybody is sequestered? Well you know the truth is I was an utter denial about the whole situation until about Sunday. God they're serious so luckily have some colleagues take it as seriously than me. I mean we had to evacuate staff out of like ten different foreign countries and we made it like some of our staff made on the last flight out before border shut. Africa yeah We had two staff members in Honduras that were literally on the last flight back to the US. And so there's just been some crazy things You know the the thing that's been interesting about the situation on the business front. Is that the. The situation keeps changing daily. And so it's really hard to know what to do. What's the plan and so obviously I don't know whatever. It was two three four weeks ago. We send everybody home so no one could come into the office any of our offices around the world so it was mandatory work from home our location dollar staff and now. I've got kids at home and so they're trying to work from home with kids. One of our attorneys has four kids and his wife. Isn't your doctor. So he's an attorney trying to do business with four small kids at home and no wife around helps and so I mean that reaches single where he's not. I mean he's married but during the day he's a single dad trying to sees the Er being the miss that. I'm sorry yeah. Yeah and so You know so. We've got sort of that on on one extreme. We've got younger staff members that have like three or four roommates and nowhere to actually have a zoom call or a conference call. I mean it's been really hectic. No one's really got the groove of it yet Trying to figure out like how do you work from home? With all these distractions and you know my team is people people who you know and when you're a person in your home by yourself all day like it's not good for your sanity so I've got people that are struggling emotionally fabio. It's just really everyone's having such a different experience working from home but I mean I were. Were another eight ten weeks in. I think to a work from home scenario. And everyone's just trying to figure out how to do it when he gets been interesting though in. This is a lot of companies have allowed flexible work and there have been sort of more and more so over the last couple of years but this feels like it just tipped everybody right over the edge in terms of really making working from home the new the new way. We're going to start doing things coming to the office will be the special thing not the expected thing so. I think it's really going to change the whole landscape work. Oh Yeah We. We had a show that we did. We did last week and then we couldn't. We couldn't tape it because I remotely got a new and I didn't set it up correctly and and it was sort of inaudible so we have to Redo the show but we talked about the changes that are going to come to come place gonNA come to place as a as a as a result of this of this sheltering in place and remote working as one of the first one of the first things that came to place and and a whole lot more over more virtual yet yet we you know what I think. We're discovering as well as well we can do more work at home. They're still really as a need like what you said as a people person. There's a need for connectivity. We we just cannot do without face to face as in you know. I don't know if we'll ever hug again. But you know the human touch. There is something so important about that that I can see people who are really in need of that you know the extroverted kind of person. That really needs people. This could be an extremely difficult time. Yeah so I. I went for a walk and I was walking around my neighborhood this morning as I do. Because what else am I going to do? And it's like the most uncomfortable feeling when you're walking down the sidewalk and someone's coming toward you most likely with a dog and they leave the sidewalk. Go on the street walk around you and then get back on the sidewalk like it makes me feel like. I'm some social pariah. It just it's not good for ego and yet they're doing it for their safety in mind like obviously I understand that and yet the feeling in the moment is Oh my God. This person like is trying to avoid me. What did I like that horrible? It's like it's not here any nine look good young. I know it's just. It's so awkward. I I am yeah. You know what we're finding is that we walk a week. We do a daily walk around the neighborhood and we do that but I would say. Twenty percent of the people are so at a twelfth distance. We have a conversation and we've had like fifteen minute conversations. He's people dying to talk to somebody other than the people that are living your friendly neighborhood that that's cool. I have a neighborhood. I'm I'm probably seventy percent Asian in my neighborhood and they're typically very quiet and very much to themselves but you know come this time. You know. We're finding everybody's quite talkative and and you know you can have a conversation with just about everybody and there was a guy walking by the other day and said Oh second thought I recognize you and we had no idea who this guy was no idea but we had you know that a five or ten minute conversation with him so be ready. That's your next step. Is that after. You do your ten foot then. You have a conversation. Well how did you feel like you're going to have some new neighborhood friends or is it just like a one time thing? Did he come on? I'm a you know I I'm an integral you know. Terry Terry had this seat posted on one of his On one of his blogs he posted you know coming from Govan Cova stay at home. Avoid people and avoid contact in large places and the introvert response. I've been planning for this my entire life sort of you know. I don't I don't mind it because I I do really well in solitude I do I do. I Miss People and seeing people to some degree. Yes yes you know I realized need I? I wrote on that a couple of weeks ago. The Need for connection. That's one thing. That's I think. That's one thing that's becoming apparent. We are going to become more viral but at the same time viral virtual virtual viral more virtual. But at the same time during during this period we are indeed facing the need for for connection for human connection and get interest zoo or videoconference. It's just not the same at all. It's not to say but you know I don't mind it I'd I'd I like my my son and his wife. You know my son got married. You didn't know that my son got married in November a really. I did not know that. Congratulations did well timely. Eighty since high school for eight years. So it's it's it's like time and you know it's coolest thing about Attaran is that he He asked me to be the best man in his wedding. Oh that's so cool. So we have a conversation with them over Over Zoom on every Thursday. You know once a week we have a a time set Thursday at four o'clock and we zoom and it's not the same but it you know I'm not completely dissatisfied with it. Well he's gotta be bummed. I mean baseball season happening. What's going on? We just don't know you. They figured out some things to help players they got They got a little bit of advance on their salary so they got some money because they don't get paid till they play so they got a little bit of money and then there's this thing called service time that's very important it has to do with your hitting free agency and hitting arbitrations and on they get. Even if the season were to be closed they still continued to get their service service time so so they're okay baseball wise but they're missing out on big salaries and there and now they're just locked up at home you know they. They stay away from each other difficult. It used to be very active. I mean not only active. I mean you know like if somebody's players probably have home gym but not everybody and even my house. Is You know the benches for for bench press and he has all the weights and he has a some kind of bike machine. You know that new famous bike machine right now. The one that's really popular Peleton. Yes yes yes yes. He has one of those so he and his wife get to work out there both workout people so they get to do that and then China to do damage to one another. That was just a short engagement because it feels like this happened somewhat suddenly or but I just missed this whole chapters. It was it was it was. It was about a year long process because what they had to do as they had to get married in the off season. If they didn't he asked her in January and the off season they got married in November. If they didn't get married this off season then they would have to wait a whole `nother year and a half in it. Yes to marry him and eighty sided. Let's just make this thing happen from January to November and they had an incredible wedding so everything was round where they have it in fallbrook. Do you know where that is. It's north of San Diego. No I did some kind of a peaceful little place and they headed at a wedding venue and it was just really quite beautiful by Nice scorcher. Congratulations Yeah so so I'm curious about. Why do you think it is that you are so gypsy is it? Because you're a renaissance woman really Chris Tyranny Really Yard Gypsy. I mean you're living Francisco now right now. I'm in Santa Monica Santa Monica. That's where I knew you are but I I believe in San Francisco so I work from home. Sometimes I go there sometimes. So I I travel up there usually like a week or two months but Yeah so I've been doing that since they third at Kiva Yup Should have been traveling a lot. I don't know I guess some part of my soul just likes to be different places I'm not really good at rooting into any one place very well. Whether it's a physical location or company or thing and I do I get Boards the right word but it feels like I've done it. You know an African like I've done it. I'm ready for the next thing. And I think the desert part like I've mastered enough and now staying on like I suck at maintenance like you want me on. A project needs to be built. You don't want me on maintenance second maintenance so I don't know I'm just someone that likes to build new things and that's just how I'm wired. I don't know why I'm gypsy. I guess that's why you know I Another a gypsy him. Because you're in your locale Gypsy of Menu Change. You change locations that'll change locations as much but I do change my my goals and my desires for things like when I was painting I taught myself to paint. You know that and I painted for sears and I realized that I couldn't go what I was doing unless I really started began studying and really tried to pursue using your word of mastering. It was quite good at it. You know there are a lot of my paintings. Were junk or a handful that are are pretty decent but I lost desire and it just you know I. I didn't I had no desire to become you know to become a master at it which would have then consumed all of my time. All of my time would have been painting and drawing and I don't have time to spend all of my time on one thing. I've got too many things that I'm that I'm working on too many things that I'm looking at what I understand that because I do think that a certain mastery requires a level of focus. It's all consuming and unless you're really really passionate about it. It's hard to find that time but to decide to spend all of your time on that thing. Yeah both of those to find the time and then the desire to spend all of your time on that one thing and and you know is that what they call the jack-of-all-trades kind of person and now back to Charlie? Hey this is Charlie hedges on the next Chapter Charlie and talking with we're having our quarantine conversations and my first one is with my dear dear friend Taryn vogue at who is A Renaissance Woman In colloquial that's Gypsy but she's Done so many different things in one of the things turn has done. Is You listen to the first half of the PODCAST. You could see the the extents the extent of her corporate activities but she has an idea of genius that we talked about maybe over a year ago and and I think that's worthy of rehearsing. Talk to me about your concept the genius Taryn well the concept of genius. It's really evolved over time but I the way I've really come to understand. Geniuses would number of different things come together but I just taught a class on genius And the way I said the name of the class genius is a VERB PEOPLE JUNIOR. The now like Oh. She's a genius or over he's genius or oh that's genius but really. I think the way the better way to think about genus. Oh genius thing her. Oh she's genius thing. It really is a verb. And the reason I say that is because jinx about ultimately it's about focus it's about focusing on something to the extent that you're great at it or genus added and then those moments are those epiphanies are those others or the brilliant ideas in those Com as part of the process of Genius Sing But I love I love Michelangelo. You know the same sculptor and painter his best. Coda us all the time and he said if people knew how much work this was they wouldn't call genius and he said that he is being chapel right. I was like that so true. I wouldn't call it genius And I I think that's such a troop thought about genius. I mean you look at anybody whether you know the great geniuses of our times like the Elon. Musk swimming mean these are people that are so focused on the thing Connotations than a genius Would you say if would nealon Moscow? It a nealon. Musk that in this definition. Well so if I go back to. Jean has verb right. And you gotta think well. Then what are you doing when you're genius thing and what you're doing when you're genius thing is a couple of things is you're you're operating from some level of passion? You're excited about the singer. Cases excited about electric cars rocket ships and engineering and You know in other people's cases they're passionate about painting or dancing or accounting or whatever. The thing is right either some level of passion and then the second part of it when you're genius thing is there's all these components of what I would call strategy right like you're good at strategy and strategy has two sub components under it You're thinking about it in a way that maybe someone else isn't that is unique to you. My sister for example is a really quite a genius Baker and she's got a a bake shop and the way she thinks about it. She is operating from goals around baking. That are just so interesting you know like she wants croissants to be artisan looking. She doesn't want them to look all uniform. She wants him to look homemade but like it just came out of a fringe of it. You know. And so she's just operating from sort of own set of goals for what she wants something to be that are different than most other people's And so then there's a whole sort of budget other things around like I've noticed patterns and genius and sort of other pieces of strategy. Which we we've got into an another show we go back and listen to that but then I think the third part of it is that when you're operating from passion and you're and you're doing all the things that sort of are the patterns of Genius Become Intuitively Then the third party. You have those moments where you're really channeling something higher than yourself. You're sort of opening yourself up to something bigger in idea to come through an moments or like when you're painting you're really letting something move through you. And that really is another component of genius. And so the way I come to really understand geniuses that you know how those prisons like you know when you see a prison like a glass prism and when the sunlight shines through it It can often be enough power to create a fire because it's focusing a ton of energy from the sun into a laser like focus. That's really quite strong. And and I think that's such a great visual for what I think that the act of genius thing is is that were the prism or taking the infinite creative potential of the universe and we're focusing like a laser light through us like we are the prism and our excitement is what creates the laser break. And that's why I've come to think about genius and so like Keep Looking. Balon muskets such a great example of genius you know. He was considered crazy for the early part of his career with electric cars. He's almost failed a number of times. No one thought he was a genius. Electric cars up until the stock price at eight hundred and fifty dollars a share recently. And then all of a sudden. Now he's genius and what I would say is if the only a genius when cars are selling when he came up with the idea and nobody believes him that the problem is as a society. Really terrible at recognizing genius in the early stages Yeah you know he was. He's genius look at the look at the writers genius riders. That never never never became famous until they died. And at what point were they genius long before we recognize it but they were genius. All right Sounds like tearing? It sounds like it's it's something about a an intention. Oh and conscious it's to access yourself and your own beliefs rather than leaving believing in the beliefs of society and the believes the beliefs of culture and truly the the boundaries and dare. I used the the word. Now the quarantine we quarantine our brain into thinking that that croissants need to look a certain way or the biscuits need to learn to look a certain way rather than creatively and interestingly which she had two break a boundary she had two break a barrier in order to do that and that in and that gives an opportunity to make genius of verb is win. Emmanuel Jones one said we all have secondhand beliefs. Because we believe what's been told us to believe rather than search ourselves and investigate ourselves and search literature and find out what we really do believe ourselves that it that it is our our system. It doesn't have to be in line with anybody else. System is that. Would you think that has to do with genius? I think that those are the there. There are people that that have really pushed us to the next level in terms of inventions Or in terms of art or something right. I mean you look at who invented the first airplanes or the first microchips or you know some famous artists that really push the edge so I think sometimes genius is about really pushing the edge to something new but I love the idea of the everyday genius the people that are the most fantastic servers at a restaurant you've ever experienced. They're just genius way about serving you or You know a local chef that is just genius at what they do in their craft. And so I think that there there are genes that push push us to a whole new height. But there's also those that are just so exceptional with the day to day and they're really the everyday genius Everyday Genie. So they're really. They're really is in a sense to the traditional sense of genius. But you're talking about Jeanson everyday way that all of this all of us have access to and all of us do in some way you know. We're we're operating from a place of passion and excitement and joy and we're focused and we care about something like that is the energy of genius it just may take us a while to reach a level of mastery. But you're gina saying all along if that makes sense is this. What you're doing now is a genius. You're you're you're you're you're trying to. You're trying to hide your Gypsy your Gypsy self under the guise of genius. I kinda like you have curious about a lot of things especially a lot of things in business like different. Things captured my attention. You know if I if I a genius at HR absolutely not It might PR absolutely not but like every level of skill that now I understand business in a more genius level at it Holistic sense because I know all one more bitten part of it. A bit deeper right Also think about it like that But also it helps me understand people better. It's like Oh you know I'm I'm now working with different kinds of people do different of things. And this is what they're experiencing and so now I can relate to different people better and I'm a little Jesus at that. Now you've been so credible relating with people that's truly one of your strengths. Oh absolutely It's getting their time to wrap US UP HERE. And and but before we do you always. I always called you my spiritual guide because you took me in. Two different ways spirituality other than Christianity or the doubt they chain had taken me and you just had me thinking differently I appreciate. I appreciate your thought. You're the one that introduced me to the divine feminine. And I am still strongly. I mean that's Gosh tearing that still extremely strong in my life I. You don't know that that a week in January and most of my listeners. Know this I won't go into a too long but I did a ten day retreat and of the ten days six days were sequestered solitude before. We had quarantined but I was in. Hilo Hawaii and I was confined to a cabin. An eight square foot area out in front of me and I was not allowed to leave except to p and get a glass of water and they would bring meals to me and you could have no books. No COMPUTERS NO PHONES. You could have a written journal. And that was really a time. I'm telling you I had I had visions tear it. I mean I you know well not plural. I had one that was a genuine genuine vision. You know that that just was getting into the deeper part of myself and the divine feminine really played a strong role in that and that was much too to your credit of bringing her. She had visited me. And you just named it for me. That really helped me. So what is what is your spiritual path like right now by the way. Thank you for sure that I didn't know you went to Hawaii. And that's amazing. You know what's interesting about the divine seven it is. Is We all carry both divine mask and the divine feminine within us? You know summarize express your stronger at different moments or times or gender What's interesting about the divine feminine. Is THAT DIVINE. Feminine is about being not doing so. Ten to retreat is a very divine feminine retreat. Where you're just being you're not doing so it it. It would make a lot of sense that energy very present within you as you're sitting there being now if you look at what's going on right now in the world world is having to sit be and not do you know the divine feminine is very present on this planet as we're all sitting around you know with not so much to do and yet just be and it's uncomfortable for people because we don't have that energy is such a familiar one in our daily lives and so this is the divine feminine. Reminding us what it feels like to be and a lot of us. Don't know how to do that. I find it somewhat interesting. Divine Feminine is very present and cleaning up this planet. I'm looking around. La of there's no smog. It's beautiful out. I saw pictures of Delhi India Today. And it's absolutely crystal clear Eric. He's been driving in Delhi India Define seven has has a plan Here we are living inside her plan But to answer your question what is my spiritual practice you know. It's it's That's a great question. I haven't really thought about that. I think I've been so busy. Doing I haven't really thought a lot about my surly. No kidding virtual director energy But you know what I think is that it's gotten to a point in my life. Where a lot of these things have gotten quite integrated so that the spiritual aspect in my life and my business aspects or in some ways all kind of one And it plays out in such interesting ways like designing a new office. I designed it with all of my spiritual principles at play. What did she should feel like? What the energy of it should be. You know how I want people to interact with each other. I mean spirited aspects So I think if I answer question. I'd say it's quite integrated but I. I wouldn't mind getting back to more being a little less doing. So I'm I'm not bummed about home. Quarantine. I'm really not bummed about Jim. Being closed or not bummed about being at home. Yeah you know there are those of us. That are fortunate that way. I'm not. I'm not above being home because I have I'm studying the contemplative mystic now and and Reading Roca God. I love wrote the book of hours of ever read the book of hours. No Oh it's I read it probably four or five times and I've and I've taken so many notes in the book it's just it's just a brilliant book of poetry. One of his early books of Poetry. It is it is so insightful and consider that it was written by twenty a man starting at twenty three and he finished at twenty five movie like you know. I just started to answer your question that I think is actually the truth you know. What are you still there terrence? It is yeah. I'm here just I just just was thinking that it is time for us. My producer is giving me the cut-throat That we have. We have had our our chat. And and what did you think of a online radio chat for the first time which added well? It's the first time I've done it online radio chat and I. Here's a kid leave. We haven't caught up in so long so I feel like we. We could go on for another four hours so I don't think you're listening to anything so we can really talk though. Yeah Okay thank you so much for your great great i. I Love Avenue on the show. Mutual being onto. And thank you so much Charlie Tech Ethan. Thank you and I wanNA thank all our listeners for tuning into the next chapter with Charlie and be sure to check us out on our website the next chapter dot life until next. This is Charlie hedges signing off by for now.

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Feeling Worthy of Healing and Transformation (Pod #497)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

24:45 min | 4 months ago

Feeling Worthy of Healing and Transformation (Pod #497)

"Everybody jean here. Welcome to the tapping a podcast every single week. We into the most common and uncommon questions about tapping an emt so that you can move past the basic recipe. Mastering the art of delivery learn how to find root causes faster clear issues quicker and have longer lasting results before we jump into the show today. I've a really exciting announcement over the course of the last five months. I have been working on a project that i literally have spent hundreds of hours on. It is something that is called the tapping success academy and basically what i wanted to do. Is i wanted to create a resource that would allow you in areas of health in wealth in relationships and in taking action being able to get a lot more out of your tapping practice. That most folks that i work with a really good at dealing with emotions in the moment making themselves a little better which is an amazing application of tapping but we can get so much more out of it and so what i did. Is i corralled. Seventeen oven the brightest minds. That i could find in the tapping world and did a bunch of interviews with them and created these master classes on sixteen different topics that are going to help you to be able to get to root causes faster because ultimately tapping is really simple thing to do you tune into an issue tap. I taught tapping on the back of a bar napkin under five minutes. An but that doesn't mean that you are good at it. And the podcast. The art of delivery being able to get more out of it and so in addition to these amazing conversations which i was blown away by. I hope you will get half as much out of the conversations as i did. It was truly remarkable experience for me in addition to that there's a bunch of additional teaching that builds on each of the master classes. There's a tapping experience that goes along with every single one of the masterclasses and most importantly i've actually created a journal. That's going to help you to stay on task because so many times. I have downloaded digital products and i haven't consumed them And i've created a way to help you make sure you stay on track and created an amazing community online where you can share your insights with other people. It is one of the best things. I've created in a really long time and again i literally spent hundreds of hours on it as a way of creating something that will be useful and transformational if you go to tapping success academy dot com. That's tapping success academy on dot com. You'll get all the information and we'll be able to access it right away. Mantra steadily tapping podcast report live to tape from williamsburg in brooklyn's this is episode. Four ninety seven originaly aired that you were third twenty twenty one type ronan. Who this well wherever you are. Whatever time a day your chance to to this thanks for spending a little time with me today. Today we're going to be talking about and tapping four being worthy of transformation before we do that. I just want to send a big shout out and thank you to all of the supporters of the tap in. Qna podcast. These are people who voluntarily financially support the podcast. Because they do that they received some amazing bonuses and one of the things we do every single month is we take ten percent of the support for the podcast and give it to kiva. Kiva is a micro loan organization which supports small business owners. All of the world. And after i finish this recording can editing. Today's show i do. One of my favorite things of the month is to go in and make those contributions because of the contributions this month the repaid loans because their loans get paid back to these small business owners can get a chance to support sixteen different small businesses all so big. Thank you to all of the supporters of the tap into a podcast. If you would like to support the podcast continue pretty soon. High quality work received some amazing bonuses and make a difference with small business out of all of the all you need to do detaching aiming dot com slash support tapping dot com slash support. And once again thank you to all of our amazing supporters so as many of you know back in december i did a reader and listener survey. I really wanted to know what people were doing. And struggling with when it came to tapping and there were six reasons that were common. The five most common ones are the ones that make sense. I don't know where to start. I have too many issues. I don't know what to say when i'm tapping. I struggled tapping consistency When i'm working on one issue. I ended up unlock. He'll bunch of other issues and become overwhelmed by it and those are pretty straightforward and in a lot of ways that is the reason why i created the tapping success academy was to respond all of those but there is a sixth reason that showed up a number of times and as it showed up it was it was a little heartbreaking to see it and the reason was i am not worthy of transformation. This works for other people. It doesn't work for me and the reason why it doesn't work for me. Is i am not worthy of transformation and the fact that someone is writing that in a survey on a tapping website where resources are being provided. Means that they're caught between two things one is they still somewhere. Luckily have some hope that transformation can happen. They still can be in a circumstance where they can believe. It is possible to move forward at least in some small way and at the exact same time. There is this internal resistance. That says i'm not worthy of this. And if you've spent much time hanging out with my resources you know that. I'm a stickler for words and definitions and two of the words that i bump into a lot when i'm working with my clients is worthy and deserve and these are the ways that define these two words you don't have to take my definition but this is the way i navigate. It deserve implies transaction. If i do a job. I deserve to be paid for it worthy implies what i am made for. And so there's not a transaction in worthy. I am worthy of love and connection. Because i'm human. I made four that it is my birthright inside. If that it's not something. I have to earn now. We need to show up and present day of connection. But it's not something. I have to do enough things right in order to get it and when someone says i am not worthy of transformation would i here is. They're saying there's something intrinsically wrong with me and it's not something that i can overcome that the only way i can have. Transformation is in something that is transact show. I have to do something to deserve it. But that is impossible. Because i think i need to be worthy of it so today what i wanna do is i want to spend a little time tapping on that idea of knowing that transformation is not only possible but we are made for it and even if you're a person who is transformational even if you're a person who believes that you are worthy of transformation. It's important for us to recognize that. When i say i believe this. That's an intellectual statement and that intellectual statement might be congruent with what i feel emotionally and it also might not be congruent intellectually understand. I'm worthy of transformation and there can be a part of me that does not believe that and might not speak it up and so even if this is not an issue that is the front of your mind even if you're filling out a survey and you're saying what is your struggle with tapping he saying. I'm not worthy of transformation. Even if you're not the person who would do that recognize that there is a part of you. Possibly that believes that. And it's interesting. Just as i am recording this introduction. I can i can feel right in my solar plexus a heaviness. That is showing up. As i'm talking about this oftentimes win issues. Show up physically. In the solar plexus they are connected with self esteem and self worth issues and typically. That's not something i struggle with. But it's worth noting as someone who has tapped regularly with us on clients who knows. This is an issue. The even as i sit here thinking that i am worthy of transformation. Something is bubbling underneath the surface. Like i can feel like it's innocent tune into it. It's getting heavier and it's getting tighter because that's what we do and we give notice to something as it speaks louder to be heard so all of that is to say that. Even if you don't believe that this is an issue intellectually. I would really encourage you to be open to the possibility that emotionally. It might be an issue. So what i want you do. Once you take a nice big deep breath tap in the side of the hand take another nice big deep breath and she's still tapping on the side of the just. Want you to tune into that trays. I am worthy of healing and transformation. Just notice if there's any tension or heaviness or anything that pops into your head also extend that out a little farther and and and distinctive this phrase. Maybe even say it out loud and see how resonates i am worthy of total incomplete healing and transformation. And as i say that is i do that. I can actually feel that heaviness grou- and some guessing for me. This is something. I'll certainly investigate layer with my tapping is total is the thing that's really kind of hanging up that there's a part of me that believes there are lots of areas of my life that are worthy of transformation healing in some things just because of choices. I've made because of who. I am because of not taking advantage of things in the past. It's not their citizens from tapping the antagonistic. Deep breath analysis moved from tapping point tapping point repeating after me intellectually. I might understand that. I am worthy of healing intellectually. Might understand that. I'm worthy of transformation. But just because i can save that clearly just because i can intellectual lino that is true. It doesn't mean that every pardon me buys into that fact. It doesn't mean that every part of me sees that true. It is possible that there is a part of me that does not believe. I am worthy of transformation. It might be frayed that since i squandered healing in the past it is too late for me to have it now. It might believe that. I have done things that are so horrible. That is too late for me. And i can't come back from it. There might be a part of me. That just thinks. I've always been broken. That i'm just not enough and therefore i'm not worthy of total transformation. I'm not worthy of true. deep healing. other people are worthy of healing People are good enough but not me. It is too late i am too far gone. I was never capable of it in. This is simply not true. Even though there's a part of me feels it is really emotionally true. There is a part of may. That doesn't believe i am truly worthy of transformation in this part of me is trying to keep me safe. This part of me is just trying to keep me healthy. It is simply working from a misinformed. Place i give myself permission to emotionally believe. I'm worthy of healing. I give myself permission to believe it is safe for me to heal. Give myself permission to believe that. It is not too late for me. Some parts of my being understand this some parts of my being embrace this some parts of me see this clearly. I simply want to encourage this part to know that it is okay to believe that i also recognize the fact. I don't have to believe this every moment of the day. It is okay for me to be skeptical about my transformation. When i sit down to tab as long as i'm open to the possibility of transformation. I can do some work today. I can create a little more capacity to recognize. I'm worthy of this. Even if i increase my belief in my worthiness of healing by only a few percentage points it will make today a little bit easier as i become more open to those opportunities for transformation. Transformation is not an all or nothing proposition. transformation has never been an all or nothing proposition. therefore i don't have to believe all of the healing is possible in this moment i can doubt my worthiness of healing and continue to heal. I can be skeptical of the possibility of my transformation and still have transformation happen. My healing and transformation is incremental therefore my belief in my healing and transformation can also be incremental. I am maitre healing for transformation. It is safe for me to heal and transform may give myself permission to embrace that possibility. Nice big deep breath. Give me a big stretch. If you've pen and paper nearby quickly just write down any of the things that came bubbling to mind any of the butts the tailenders things that are revolting against what we just happened on us. If it is not true one of the conversations that happens all the time is short it use positive phrases or should i use negative phrases and if i use negative phrases gonna tap things in that are negative and the reality is it's just about tuning into what is going on in one of the things that happens is if there is a part of us that wants to say something's untrue as negative all we have to do is say the opposite of that and it will speak itself so if you say it is safe for me to heal and transform if there's a part of you that doesn't believe that it's going to speak up either. It's going to give you yet but or it's gonna feel or it's gonna feel weaker. It's gonna hold you back and so pay really close attention to that after tapping through what we just did there. Take a moment and pause. I'm worthy of healing and transformation. Scan your body pay attention to. What's their takes notes. Go after that thing is safe for me to heal and transform. Same thing tune in pay attention to what's going on in the body and that will give you an entry point to go after more things and if it's something that's too big and too overwhelming baby. It's time for you to reach out to a practitioner that you trust someone who can do it in a way that is really helpful and safe for you to be able to navigate this in a way that is not overwhelming. Would love to hear your experience with this particular thing I am always like this. Is it's great to give people tools to be able to tap more efficiently more effectively again. That's why i spent hundreds of hours over the course of the last few months creating tapping success academy to make it easier for you to do that. And if we have this belief that says it we are not possible or we're not capable or not worthy. Then that's the place we're in its stock. That's the place that we're not gonna move forward in a practical tangible useful way so really tune into this issue again even if you're a circumstance where you don't think it's there. I was surprised as we were doing this. And i feel much better now. And i certainly have some things to investigate on my own tap later today. If you know someone in your life who would find this tool useful or would find this encouraging. Police pass it along to them. Don't spam your inbox. But there might be one or two people who could use this. I always say this and it feels cheesy but it's really true you might make someone's day just sending them an email saying hey i'm thinking of you today. You might really like this resource even if they don't listen to the fact that you're reaching out and connecting with them so they are not alone particularly in a time where we're not getting to see people in the same way we once dead if question. If you have a comment on this or anything else please reach out. I can always be reached gene. Ge in e tapping q. and a. dot com. Or if you're in the website just click on that contact link if you're in the tapping q. And a. app which is free for both android and apple devices. Just click contact link if you haven't downloaded the app yet. In addition to having access to all the audience like we have here The tapping script from today going to be their word for word so you could just go in there and click on the script tap along to it. If that is an easier thing for you to consume that a tap along audio if you haven't done so also please subscribe to the podcast in podcasting parlance subscribe is always free. You can get the show an apple. 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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #17: Pranking the Listeners

Rob Has a Podcast

1:53:37 hr | 2 years ago

Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #17: Pranking the Listeners

"Wow. Every week. In a cave a needle. Yes. That is right, Robin, kiva Nida podcast. I am rob sister. Nino here back on the show where we spin a wheel of podcast, ideas of listeners suggestions that we get every single week in our mailbag that I discussed here with this man, the podcasters podcast or here. He is the great co creator of the Seinfeld post show recap. Akiva, Winokur key, the how are you? But Sigrid explanation of what we do people were complaining last week that like what is the podcast we never complain noticed, Akiva. And you know, what happened someone as my wife screams, extremely loudly somebody outside my house. What is that noise? Someone's in trouble. You know? No. I'm this is rare. Good week. Okay. So people were complaining why were you explaining this? Now, we got complaints about the explanation. How many so now we have just one or two, but to really sets us off. So we now need to explain why we're explaining last week. Okay. That the podcast needs an intro. So there you go wheel we pick a topic. All right. So that now that that's out of the way last week. Akiva, we talked about judge Judy were judging Judy. What did you think the response was for judging Judy? I feel very strong strong response. Yeah. Oh, you didn't think so think no? You know about what I expected. Yeah. There was very little negative response. Put it that way. I think. That was their favorite middle of the road. Was like my mom my mom's favorite episode. Yes. Okay. We got some of that. Yeah. Well, we'll from America said seven out of ten that's about about where I thought. What other podcasts that people just Email the host and be like if every episode we were just like tweeting at more, Maryland, the Sarah Silverman. That was like a six and a half ETA ten and there were supposed to like that tweet. Someone tweets that at us in his Ileye intimidating. Yeah. Here's a painting that we're going to approve your barely giving a passing grade for that episode. Cat by their listeners. That's what I need. I need that. Because to me keeps me on. That's how that's how you get better. I need to do like being negt. I like the honest assessment more than the worst podcast ever. You can do something with seven out of ten. I can't really do anything with you know, worse podcast or best podcast ever. That's the tough to get honest. Opinions are already very honest with us. Yeah. If nothing else, they're honest. And we're I guess we'll find that. How honest they are today. Okay. All right. Yes. We will find that out today because we are doing something I has any podcast ever done this before I don't think. So I think we try and some weeks we do silly things. Like just watching an old episode of TV, the nobody cares about some weeks. We try and reinvent the wheel. No pun intended. Yeah. This week and we're trying to reinvent the wheel. We are on the bleeding edge of podcasting because we solicited phone numbers from our listeners. And we said, hey, we give us your phone number because we're going to prank phone call. You. And so we got an amazing response from our listener. How many how many people wanted us to call them almost one hundred almost one hundred people said, yeah, here's my phone number. I'm opting in everybody else in the world is on. I wanna be on the do not call list. We have people that said yes, put me on the call list. You know? It's amazing. Also, rob we tweeted it like in the middle. Just of like the day. One time we got like forty replies for Google form to fill out to send your phone number. We mentioned it like two hours into the podcast last week and another fifty people try to sneak in now last week. I said we would only speak to the people who got it in time. But I had I had a thought rob what the people who? So my tweet the only thing they did was like follow me on Twitter and fill it a form the last fifty should really have priority because they listen to our podcast for two hours. And then when and found the tweet themselves and wrote it in I think, those people are actually more impressive. Okay. So we've got a bunch of phone numbers. We will just jump right into this. We're just going to start calling people. And what are we going to do? We're going to actually try to see we can trick anybody into talking to us. I don't think we have to mostly do. Prank calls. We could start with the prank call and let's see if we can actually get one over on anybody. Okay. Fine. What are we praying that we have to have a plan coming in though, I think that we should start. We should be trying to sell something. Here's my idea. What if we're pollsters, and we're twenty twenties just starting and one of four like we're Peyton Manning for president twenty twenty calling. We want your opinion on like would you vote for Peyton Manning over if he primaries Donald Trump or like mitt, rob? Or if he runs for Senate and Tennessee or something? Okay. So I think that's a good idea. Tade manning for president twenty calling for well, if we know what state the person is we could sort of pick their state and say might run for Senate. Okay. But otherwise we'd do Peyton Manning for like, he's running independent campaign. Let's put him in the Senate. Let's not get ivine. You know, we bring, you know, the president into this that, you know, somebody might not want to get to political. And also, we don't even have to say what party. That's right. So we don't have to say what party because maybe he's running democrat. I don't know if he's reply paid manning is running for the Senate as an independent. No. Well, if the Senate he could you don't have to say, we don't have to save democrat or Republican AB. Manning has formed an exploratory committee. Yes. Manning twenty twenty. I just liked the idea if it was president could say it's like a manning manning ticket it's him and Chelsea Manning manning. Chelsea Petr, really mixed Republican, social, okay? Okay. Who should we call? We have numbers next eighty seven that one first. And then we'll get into like, congratulations. You have won crews, and we'll we'll get into like, we'll do a bunch of stuff. Okay. So if the people pick up, we'll just talk to them, right? Yeah. Sure. Well, if they are able to unmask us. Sure. Yeah. Okay. All right. So you do the talking for and then maybe you bring in you bring bring me and you start. Okay. I number on this spreadsheet not phone number. But like the row number of the the first person you want me to t. I'm going to say, let's call who's really gullible. We'll supposed to be an American half our listeners Canadian looking at these lists looking at the phone numbers. Okay. We got we got to find someone who we are in for first name and last name for this is just one of our listeners. We'll save. I if it's like a known commodity, it's one of our listeners who's like, then we'll say, otherwise, I'll just say first name and initial okay, let's go. I'm just being someone. I know lives in America. Let's go with thirty five. Okay. Number thirty five. Okay. This is the woman named Stephanie that you wanna call it. Right. Okay. Yeah. Let's call her. Okay. So her phone number is now people can't find these tones be able to good question figure out what they wanna know Stephanie's phone number that badly than God bless them. They can have it. Okay. Probably google. Okay. All right. So let them even know Stephanie's last night. Okay. What's what's the name of our polling agency? I think you're just calling for let's say just say, we don't wanna use a real company. Right. I mean, we're going to get sued. What are we going to do probably say, Reuters chrome will it's half real. Okay. Reuters chrome on Google Chrome usual. The first thing I opened. That's okay. All right. And what's my name? Jack Davidson, Jack Dave's sounds pretty made up. David jackson. David Jackson of David Jacksonville. Podcasting. Okay. All right. All right. Jack, Jack David now, we are gonna run to problem where only four percent of people answer their phone. Okay. We'll see. Now, we are relieving a message for anybody. If we get voicemail. Sure. Yeah. You can leave a mess. Okay. Or usually not everyone. Finally. All right. So I'm Jack Davidson, and I'm calling up from the lawyers, and we are from the exploratory committee for Peyton Manning for the Senate. What state that Stephanie lives in? I feel like it's in the mid west. Yeah. That he is not. Okay. So he is it doesn't matter. Like, we're just we're just calling from the exploratory committee. Yeah. That's true. That's true. But that's why I think it should be president because why pay manning running for let's say if they're interested in him for Senate will the maybe you like, okay, so pay me that Peyton Manning. And we have an issue with name recognition where it's like a. Different guy named Peyton Manning. If she calls us on it. Okay. Sure. Be Peyton Manning a guy. We don't think is related. He might be different different Peyton Manning. Okay. Danny Manning's a little brother. Peyton. Okay. All right. Closes stephanie. Yes. Hi, stephanie. This is Jack Davidson. People are all expecting our call. I'll right. Hours a week. I was so confident Stephanie row so confident he was gonna get you. I felt well we get we get more than a sentence out. Yeah. You didn't even get do you do, you know, robs number like, you knew the second. But now, but I've been so I don't answer my phone ever. If I don't know the thing, but I was thinking too yesterday K what what would be the potential cities that would come on my phone. I saw you know, it either long. Along. Numbers. You're the first one that we're trying to keep all right next person. Very first. Yes. Yes. Gullible. Okay here. Keep okay. Yeah. Okay. All right. Yeah. So next person will come up with somebody who's not going to be tell Steffi we were going to do. Maybe she could workshop it with us. Yeah. So plan was we're we're pollsters. And we're we're calling to see about we're from the exploratory committee for Peyton Manning for US Senate. We wanted to get your Joni the person's name, you're just taking the poll. I don't think if the say like is this Stephanie? I they have that information. I've had people call before. Where they make these polls law of averages like someone once would ask me on voting for. I don't think it's ever happened. Okay. Why really no been? That's a swing state. I think I tend to get more of that. I believe that Peyton Manning was running for Senate and Pennsylvania though there. Yeah. That's why I think it might have to be president for some of these people are up unless it's like a state. He's associated with like, Indiana, probably wanted Tennessee, you probably don't wanna get super political. But if you, you know, Diane were and or something timely, people might believe it more. But then, you know, more singer. Warren was like an actual politician. Okay. I don't know if we really want to get into people's opinions on Elizabeth Warren on this. It's not that type of show. What rob is? I think we should have quit. We should have a question that we ask every single person ask every single I think of a question you'll ask you a question. Yeah. I'll let me ask you Stephanie while rob things of question. He'll be my question for was taking up space in your head so much space in your head that they should be paying rent. It's. That's all anybody saying the political polling. So this is no who is taking you know. It's just like a once they've realized that we're breaking them. We're just gonna ask them real questions. So Stephanie who is taking up so much space in your head that they are and they're living rent-free, they should be paying rent. My kids. You should be paying. It's not a bad idea. Actually. Yeah. I feel like this is when a kiva is trying to act like he's way more hip than he might actually be. What do you mean? That's all anybody's been saying the the mean down straight though for the next one. I'll have it. You haven't seen? You guys haven't seen. This all anybody says and nowadays is living in their heads rent-free. I don't know what the we're just three parents. From definitely not who should be talking about anything. Yes. Okay. Seven. Did you have a topic that you wanted to ask us about? Boy, I don't know. Now, I'm so on prepared. I said I had a list your somewhat prepared. You're literally answering phone calls thing. Yeah. I answered at work and ran into a guest off real. Oh, gosh. Long Island pride you'd still have a five one six number. I have to say that for some reason I was under the impression that you did have a Long Island number might. He doesn't would narrow it down to burner phone. Did you have any takes in terms of best episode in worst Assode of rob McEwen? Even got a call the listeners their opinions already deeming us what they think with number grades of every episode. Well, so I I did make a very very last minute pitch to try to be the puppet pick correspondent. Yeah. Yeah. Very happy that you did daddy picks fun run up. So 'cause that is one of my favorites. And we watch a lot of Ryan's tour via size very excited to hear that too. I relate a lot of your take on. Instead, my husband who has watched a lot of Ryan be on. He might he thought they were very funny. My kids wanted to play Ryan the other day. It's like you be Ryan's dead. I want to be Ryan's dad. Oh, no. Would you play Ryan's debt? Just like we have. Her centering. Favorite take on that? That was that. They're held their new house. Looks like the apple store. Very everything is white. I don't know who it's little kids would move into a house like that. Like, I have watched the two videos Cal, it's a different different tax bracket. Yeah. Yeah. I know. And also I've been testing kiva about the jeopardy quiz because I take the jeopardy test every. We'll get jeopardy this weekend. Jeff busy with listening calling the listeners, but I will get that one up. All right. Seventy on this week's wheel. I might have to get it up next week. Anything else? We'll suggestion. You wanna pitch us on or anything? I really I really will. You did do it brand steal now. Because I had been my pitch for a long time. I just wanted some sort of brands steel that you did that I don't know season. Three episode seven I'm doing every watch that seventy shows making even consider that in the fish fishbowl should people with people like that that show has some legs. Rob. Yeah. You know, who I really? I probably been in the room when it's on. But I was never never saw it. You know, why you probably like you probably went away to college when it started. Yeah. Mind like I was in high school. So it was like, yeah. That makes. Every episode, and it's not it's nobody's number one show, but it's a solid show. But it's not if somebody. They're insane. But if someone said like, I'm rewatching it. I wouldn't blink an eye. Yeah. Netflix. It's like a super easy episodes twenty one minutes. I can like knock out eight of them after my kids. Go to bed. We we have ABC six people. My time and Stephanie real quick. What's your least favorite episode of Robin podcast? What I have to say themselves because I do near that. This was like a keep as baby, but I didn't your tweets or trash. I don't follow teeth out. Like, I know I do. Is hard. I like that you don't follow teed up some really spicy avatar tweets coming down the pipeline today from teed up. I did think it was funny that all the time on whatever the movies you were polling last week cave. Like, the have have you seen this? This one. I never remember like bring stuff up the next week. I'll get to that in the mail bag. Yeah. Polls of who's seen what moving. Okay, steph. Stephanie, you're like, basically our system here, you're reminding us of all this stuff the jeopardy quiz. She's like we're just calling up listeners and there remained reminding what to actually discuss. All right. Stephanie pickup pick a number between one and eighty seven seventy the next. Live with Regis and Kelly. She's going to pick a we call next unless I don't want to. We wish we call. Oh boy. You're less now. Can you give us a number between one and eighty seven? I'm sorry. Sorry. A number between one and eighty seven is this is this. Oh, gosh. A very simple question. Yeah. We're gonna hang up on her. Just think of. Okay. Number between alco with thirty three thirty three. Okay. All right. Seventy should my question to all the listeners be have you ever seen the emoji movie? Yes. Mike weights career. Okay. All right. Stephanie. Thank you so much. Okay. Thanks. Okay. All right. All right there. Go right. I got to say, yeah. Really like this, rob. I like calling the listeners this was so far so good. So this is a good omen so far for episode number twenty seven of Robin podcast. Yeah. By the way, she said thirty three, but I'm saying, let's call forty one your auto. More of feet. I think forty one. Yeah. That's right. That's the Peyton Manning theme. Okay. Are we sticking with with the fake this person? If they answer is answering picked another sharp here that is going to see through whatever. But I would rather speak to a stranger or someone. We know is gonna be fun to talk to. Well. I would rather somebody that I that we could get over on that this person is going to see right through whatever it, maybe if you started the phone call, maybe this would be a better a better chance. Okay, fine. We'll try that. All right. So you're going to start. We're still doing the polling thing. Yeah. We'll do the polling thing this. I zero percent chance that the the polling prank phone call is going to work. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Why don't you just how about this? Better candidate. Who's like we'll go back to polling just be saying that, hey, this number came up. Did you just call me? So just make like this was a misunderstanding. Okay. Okay. Maybe maybe in the confusion here that will be able to get one over on this person. Okay, fine. So this did you just call me that 'cause I got next from this number also. Okay. All right. So here we got caller number two here on Robin, Akiva, pranked listeners. See if this works. Somebody said the pocket should be called. Hey, you up that should be the name idol. Brandon wrote that. Did you like that for better name? I think in the original thing that we weren't really calling people like in the workday. But maybe not. Is like a hard at work today. All right. Let's was she was at work. She said she ran out of the room. She was excited. We call. Stephanie was okay. Let's try try this call. You're on a q. Yeah. Hello. You've reached a MandA Rabinowitz. Please leave me a message, and I will return your call as soon as I. Please record your message when you have finished recording hang up or press one for more options. You blew it. We called you live on air, and you probably like with your kids or at work doing whatever psychologists do what do you think psychologists are up? They study the brain. No. Yeah. It'd probably studying the brain I hear I don't wanna like throw him in under the bus. But I hear the fake I sort of wanted to discuss with our I've been hearing Alex Jones said the doesn't exist. Anyway, you blew your chance. Okay. My. Problem is going to be with these people that they're going to they're going to call back. And then it's going to be chaos chaos. The phone's to be ringing. We don't have to prank everybody. I think you know, you wanna keep praying. We could call Frank one person yet. Well, we're not gonna success we prank. Anyone he go through if we did all eighty six number of a number or we try to prank. Okay. Let's go for somebody with the first part of the list somebody that was not that that did not hero say podcast that we're gonna got a good idea. Good idea. Good idea. Okay. All right. Who you got? This is no. But this person is asked this person the person who's going to pick asked specifically for us to call. So that's not. We got who who could we prank? Try number fourteen number fourteen. Okay. He just tweeted at us like ten minutes ago. Okay. All right. So maybe might be unsuspecting. We're at you just thought. All right. All right. So maybe we need some sort of like, a voice changer device. And we do that. We didn't really think about that that your voices. Like, maybe next next time around ten episodes from now getting back on the wheel. I already town. Okay. All right. From Jack Davidson from Reuters chrome. My hand over my mouth. Hi, sean. This is a jacket. It's in from Reuters crown do you have a couple of minutes to talk to us about an exploratory committee for the US Senate. Or maybe there's US Senate. We have a candidate that we are doing an exploratory committee survey to see people might be interested to see this candidate run for the US Senate in the year, twenty twenty sure that sounds great. Are you familiar with Peyton Manning? I am do you have a positive or negative perception of Peyton Manning. Probably positive. Do you think Peyton Manning would be a good candidate for the US Senate? He'd be a great candidate. Do you have any positive memories in particular? When we talk about Peyton Manning. What's the first thing you think of? Papa John's pizza top not his NFL football career. Yeah. Kind of a large fellow. He's a big guy loves pizza. Are you familiar with kiva Winokur? I have heard of his name before. Yeah. Yes. Would she be good candidate for US Senate? Hey, would probably be better than paint. I here he likes all kinds of food. Hey, sean. Hey, guys. Sean did rob get you there. Did you think for a second? This was really Peyton Manning exploratory committee. Oh, really you were answering pretty earnestly had us. You should also go along with it for a minute. See how far we can go with it. Yeah. You think paid manning could be a good Senator though? Making. I don't I mean who can't are pant. I mean, I don't know. Yeah. Peyton manning. Joe any hour to just call them people. We're working when the light the other day. I didn't get a Monday. And then you're like, we should call them. They already called it. The timing didn't work out between New Year's and everything in a perfect world. Then people would be less suspicious. But then maybe wouldn't answer the phones. Well, I look at it. And I was like, Los Angeles. The rob reveal collateral issue. Nobody I don't not about phone call. Where are you at Sean? I am in south Alabama. Wow. Yeah. Alabama guy excited for Monday. I'm excited for Monday Ray. What is it going to be Alabama is playing who who they playing temple at Florida state? And Clemson we're supposed to lie to him sham. Be on the could like they're probably putting the jets really. Win. What's the line? If the jets are playing Alibaba's coaching the jets though in that game bait Alabama. Seventeen every I've ever say because every year it what would with NFL team. And no matter who it was the Browns. And what is always NFL team always wins? No matter what. No, I think that's that's safe. It's like grown men against children. But you're Alabama. We'd get up for that game. Whereas the NFL team sort of like the jets motivation. Yeah. Yeah. Want any of that? All back off. Okay. Keep it. You wanna ask your question? Yes. Sean who's taking up space in your head rent free right now. He's taking up space in my head ROY camin right now who's occupying space in your head rent-free like stop thinking about do you think one person is going to be able to answer? Talking about the young man if we call up call up like millennia finding okay next. The next challenge is going to be the let's call the one person you think is gonna be able to answer that question. Okay. Probably. Able to spit something around. My my kids are all right? All right to for two people complaining about their kids. Rough. What's your question? Have you seen the emoji movie? Yeah. I have not even know. I know I always love you. All right going on. Yeah. Fan of Mike. I have to tell you enter day. I think it was at the end of Star Wars than we we were going for the thing. It was so funny when a key to that it's going to be you know, maybe three or four days of watching. You have a lie. I have a right then it keeps your life. Fell out of my mail, truck laughing. Right. Sean is the mailman. It's Sean the mailman. I forgot that. You're are you working right now? Sean are you driving the job? I'm actually off today. So I would have answered no matter what. But I'm actually. Yeah. I guess I guess driving a mail truck. You can answer the phone most of the time when you're at work, right? That's not a bad. Over over to answer the phone them. All and I'm sure everybody around me. Here's because it's on a speaker. And i've. And i've. Why aspirin that rob was wondering why in Birmingham, Alabama? We have like forty thousand listeners only forty two. Here. I have a question. So my question is what is your second favorite podcast, assuming this is your first question we need? Consist of a man that ever been. Yeah. Has. What? World. Thirty two fans and thirty. Dale juniors. Download Pasco racing robs. Yeah. Okay. Big NASCAR guy. Okay. Yeah. All the stars are gone from NASCAR. Could you name? One. Current ask our driver for not Jeff ones. Do try to save Jeff Gordon, but he just retired all these guys. Guys. Yeah. Guys. All everyone. Everyone is famous retired danika. They'll genders I think is in DX, right? Yeah. He's a wrestler. There's there's a Dale Jarrett, and Jeff Gordon, they're gone. Tony Stewart all the big guys are gone. That's Kars kind of a bunch of down the jump in. Yeah. Ooh. Maybe that episode. Sean, Robin, Akiva, pick a favorite NASCAR driver. The only episode with your listeners other than shun ever be there. I'd be there. Doesn't matter. Kids shows trash. Okay. Sean. Thank you so much. Okay. I. Okay. All right. Bye. Bye. John. I feel bad. Amanda was probably now leaving me voice mail. So probably we'll say, okay, we'll get back to at the end we have to call millennial who's going to know we're talking about. Yeah. I'm gonna give you two millennials. And no, actually, I mean, I'll give you a millennial. Let's call our beloved Taylor Cotter. She's a millennial. You're talking about is she a ways head of this. We'll put her to sleep. You know, what I used to think she wasn't listening? But now she's sort of response. I think she is listening to this series. Okay. Number thirty six here is that. I don't know. Does she go buy her new name not Qatar? I'm not sure, okay. We'll say we'll ask that can be question. She didn't fight us to cheat to her wedding. She did not invite us to route. No, nobody invite me to their wedding. That's fine. Okay. No. We don't want to go to fight it. Why? Just like the principal. Lebron ain't gonna have this lying. She's she's not gonna fall for it. Qatar? Any message for eight five. All right. Okay. Who's your second millennial? Let's call. We need a millennia. Let's call Kirsten McGuinness. I don't know how to call can. But I feel like it's the same as the United. It's more expensive. It's very similar. I thought you were a quarter Canadian you've never called Canada before I don't even call America. Like who? I don't call. I don't use my phone. Who would I be calling? I am a cork Canadian. But I don't call other Canadians. Curse the number nineteen. Okay. All right. Mad that they didn't pick up. Came to pain management Kirsten. You're not gonna you're not gonna fall her. Came person. I couldn't get your car right now. Piece of the ball thing could leave it as long as they can hang up or press pound for more options. American person giving the voicemail Kirsten, it's Robin. Akiva, you blew it. You Mr. chance calls back if you get this. But I don't know should they call they call male podcast. We're the middle cross back manners. I got a text message from Kirsten well, terrible timing like sorry. She said that this text message from her terrible. Should've taken off words. We just timing. Nobody. Hugh wasn't like, hey, give us a block of time. That's good for you. That's really the other way we could have done we could have given like Google voice number and said like call in but you really do stuff like that. This is this is the better way to do it. We got we got a tweet today. Rob from Gina who said she's been answering her phone all week. And it's been telemarketers. Nonstop gotta give Gina call Gina's number twenty one Gena is number twenty one. It's really spelled. Are we going to go ahead with? She literally just tweeted, listen, our and said that she's waiting for call. What state is she from? With no idea. She sounds like the mid west. Okay. All right. I know Gina. I don't know. I'm not sure the terrific Nassar. Hi, this is Jack black and I'm forming an exploratory committee to run for the US Senate. No, this is Bob sister knee. God we got. Oh my God. Act black. That's the best you come up with. And Akiva is here to Gina. Yes, gina. You tweeted at us. And you said you keep picking up because it was telemark. Telemarketers calling. I guess it was us. I actually thought unless you met that you got twenty calls since you sent us your number that we were giving out your number two. Tele marketers, maybe that's no, no, no. I know what I thought was that. I just always on the lookout always hoping that it's you guys. But. Oh. Monday. When we posted the Senate sewed. Since Monday oka- always since Monday. But always sense. You guys started the podcast to I've just always wanted to random call. Okay. Rob. Should we guess people? Want us to gamble? Should. We guess what state gene is. We do a draft. Let's do a quick state draft wins. Okay. State. Okay. I'll say, Illinois, Missouri. I'm happy. Right. Yeah. If someone gets that you could say right there keep going up. We get five. Okay. All right. All right. This is boring. Nobody, you know, people like it people want us to gamble. More got. Yes. Jay. What's morning? Okay. All right, Texas, Kansas throughout this more states at the problems like Stephanie before these Vania Iowa. Become close, Florida, Georgia. Virginia state, West Virginia. That's a bad. Nobody was all right Gina. All right. We get in the who won. No one. Live. I live in New Mexico. But I do have in laws that live in Missouri. Okay. All right. We're taking about forty. I forgot the New Mexico state. We might have started guessing doubles got the New Mexico decided. Yeah. Okay. All right. So gina. You wanted us to call. What did you wanna talk about? I just wanted to get on the phone with you guys. So exciting Akita on the phone while we're while we're while we're going other people you just want to be on the phone. Ooh. That would be fun to you know, I've got a question. I don't know how that works logistically. One of my friends. She's trying on wedding dresses right now. He's a big fan of your show to you wanna call one. We're friends. Call one of my friends that is a friend of the podcast is. Well, wow. You get into it that she get you into it. Like, are you just like randomly are you in a Facebook group in New Mexico for our fans? No, no, no, no. We're like mutual friends. And then she was like, hey, you should listen to news. Af why are you watching survivor? So then I started doing all these things, and then he just shows up in in the in the podcast feed. So I started listening to you guys to achieve me onto you guys genome John to something because if art waving working her friends. Yeah, I agree. If our voices are too recognizable. We might conferencing, fourth person and call and Sheena do the Frank phone call and people will never suspect that are prank phone call is actually another listener. Okay. But this is a bad example. Because this person knows that we. Are up. Right. This is a bad thing on wedding dress. What are you in the wedding or you in this wedding? I am okay made. So let's try this Akiva, bride give us another number or keep picking other number from the spreadsheet. And then let's call that person. Gina you're gonna you're going to do the pranking. Okay. Okay. I'm terrible at pre. Jones prank need I need. Your calling for that you want to run for mayor of their town. Okay. We're gonna call now. Yeah. Only three lives in Oregon. You're running for argon state Senator. Okay. Roaring twenty. Okay. Wait. Do I need to give it my name. Fake name. Your name is good. You're you have a good state. Senator name I think or fake last name fake last name. Okay. All right. Oregon state Senate. Twenty twenty for the Senate in Oregon. Okay. Because I says local like, yeah. I need a new last name a new last name and your. Johnson jeans joke. I got. Gene is named spell with a j. So is your fake Gina? Name also smell the J J Gina with Ajay. So and what's her platform? She needs a really good platform. Well, you run for Senate not state Senate. So we've got to think more statewide. What's a big problem? Let's see problems in Oregon isn't homeless people in Portland. Yeah. But we don't know if she's four the almost people are against them. If you do you want to want to legalize homelessness? Movin. It's got to be. I mean, that's fine. But she I don't think she like lives in Portland. What should? She would just go with you wanna get political wonders be like. No. Her platform should be something. Ridiculous ridiculous. Okay. I agree. Yes. But okay. So what's good platform? Gina what what would you run on? That's like silly that. You would let's how about you. You wanna make a garbage pickup four days a week? What? No what about a lower the smoking age sixteen. That's not bad. Yeah. How old vote seventeen or eighteen? I think if you like if you team eighteen to smoke and vote. Yes. Okay. Okay. Well, let's monks twenty drinks Twenty-one GM. Was there anything that? We said that you feel comfortable about you're on your own. Yeah. I don't do Anina the person who calling his Nina. I'm calling. Okay. So I'd say Hello, Nina. I'm Jeanne Johnson. I'm running for Oregon Senate. And more and more as I wanted to run a few issues by you. And then just make up issues like raising thirty or something like that. The drinking age thirty probably not a bad idea. Freaking ages. Yeah. All right. All right. Let's look let's get a shot. Okay. Let's see if we can just go ahead and see if this works. What was the number that you of the the line on twenty three Michael Jordan? All right. Twenty three Michael Jordan. Okay. So let's see if this if this works. Gina Nina connection, if my phone is going to give it away when when you saw my area code, did, you know instantly that it was going to be a prank phone phone. Call. Now, I get numbers like from everywhere. They that's what I said. It was. Warranties on my car. Okay. Lady, I think like I think our credit card. I think like her identities been stolen and they use my phone number. Oh, that's three years. I've been getting phone calls for this other lady, answered them identity was stolen. I think you have my phone number. We'll do let's do that one next kief. Okay. That's on putting on the board. Okay. No. But not for you, gene. Scars your day. All right. All right, gene. You ready? Okay. I am Nina Johnson. No. That's her. You're the cheetah. They're literally, I'm Keana. Okay. All right. We're calling it together. Okay. I'm doing it. Ready, please leave your message for five zero three. Voice. I think that we should call my friend, Jessica because she was super stoked to also get a phone call. Let's get on the prank the Gina prang people for now. Let's call Jessica quickly because we got other people together. All right. So here at set you say her number I'll cut that out of the podcast. Okay. Hold on. Let me find it. It is two two eight. And what should I say? What should I say to her it what we say? Actually, they're actually on the way to New Orleans to do her dress sitting. So also also on a stripper that was hired for a veteran for part about. I don't know where to be. Okay. Perfect because her bachelorette parties, actually, Martin Luther King weekends on the eighteen. That's really why they put the holiday out there. But all right. Well, I mean he worked with with you. Everybody got days off of work. The okay. All right here. We go. All right. And what what city what city is is the bachelorette party going to be in. In nashville. Okay. For renee. To an automatic voice. Message system to eight. A message to all right. Record your message when you have finished recording. You may hang up or press one for more options. Hey, Jessica, this is Marcus from Nashville, exotics, and I was calling about the request that was made for a bachelorette party and the Nashville area for a naughty. Peyton Manning stripper. I just want to confirm that with you. I will try back later on in the day. And see if you wanted a naughty Peyton Manning or a naughty Eli manning for that party on that date. So we checked with Gina. That's what she had requested. And so we will call back later on either your heard of find out. Okay. Thank you so much and again, congratulations on your special day. All right, beautiful. We one question for you, gene. And then we have to go. Okay. Gina got it. Who's living rent-free in your head right now? Who is living free in my head right now. Correct. Good question. Yeah. Want to get back later. I can't even think that's a that's deep in my head. I don't know. Really really the only thing that in my brain right now is poppy from the trolls is who. Poppy from the trolls troll, but the movie. Yeah. The peak one and a Kendrick. Why why why do you keep thinking about poppy and Kendrick from the trolls movie? I I don't know. That was just the first thing that popped in my head. Okay. So she's living your head. Apparently. Rob has got one question. Besides anything H A P or the thirty two fans podcast. What what is your favorite podcast? Listen to my favorite is reply all from it's a vote, and Alex Goldman. But you don't know which ones which when they talk right because I don't I listened. Whoa. I don't know. Who's who it's hard to tell? Yeah. It kind of is at first. But if listen to all your hundred thirty episodes, then inside, you know, what my problem with reply all is Robin Gina with the banter is very scripted. You the banter scripted this banter is is script free. It has improved can't banter. They script. All the Rams. I think okay. I think they do. It's from Alex Bloomberg's time on planet money, send this American life. Those are good. So I think he wanted to bring like. Hon internet things but in a higher position. On internet scripted banter, scripted banter, Gina you nailed it. You're hundred ten right. Why they do it? But yet. Okay. All right, gene. Thank you so much. Thank you. You're the third co host. Rob Makita podcast. Okay. Okay. Time if anything happens to achieve that. You're the next phone call. Okay. Perfect. Okay. All right, Gina. I look forward to have fun at the bachelorette party this Martin Luther King day weekend. Okay. All right. Thank you Martin would want. All right. Bye. All right Akira. We've got a couple of people. I mean, he was optioned. Okay. All right. Should we call Jenny an Colin they both signed up at the same time. Yeah. And they say. I don't think that's our works. Let's not do any more to people on the call at the same time. That's fair. Do you want to call showed up, Tim? Okay. I think we should we should. I think he's waiting by the phone non-stop. I'm also getting angry EM's from the people who missed our calls. Yes. Might have to call somebody back. Just got another one as we speak Qatar. Okay. Man. There have been with Anka all want us to call them all at the same time. And then patch them in talking to themselves. Okay. Fide that'll be our grand finale. We'll call it. We'll call back. Three people. We missed initiate a call to the issues. Besides herself. We definitely have to call. Amanda said it was waiting for a California number. Okay. All right. I think Taylor was which number is Tim on the spreadsheet. All right. Shut up. Tim is number thirty eight number thirty eight. Okay. I haven't good names. I feel like we we might have do this again. So many people I wanna talk to know. Well, what are you going to? Okay. All right. We promise the call eighty six that would have been. I have a telemarketing script here. Keiv perfect. We use that or should I guess tails, stealing our identity. Yeah. I think try telemarketing. But I do think he's probably expecting us. All right. He knew that he could be onto us. All right. So let's go ahead. And I have a sample dialogue for a telemarketing call. So all right. So I am the person. And I am calling from walkers oil service, I googled or sample telemarketing script. I'm gonna follow follow them. Okay. All right. What? Calling then forwarded to come on eight eight one. All right. Look, you know, we blew it. Yeah. Go right to another name for the telephone adding to skip. All should we call? You wanna more here? New name. Let's go puja. Okay. All right thirty nine. All right here you go. All right. You're gonna you prank. Call here. We're calling puja in Canada. Hopefully, he can not at the bagel store. Not flying bagels. They don't call petrol there. Right. Now, I think it's only in Pepe pig land. Wherever that is wasn't showing belly all other countries. Besides the United States. Okay. Okay. What what? Hi, this is Jack Davidson, I'm calling from walkers oil service. How are you today? Good. Thank you, very good. As you may not know Walker oil is one of the oldest and best known companies in all of Canada with a reputation for high quality oil, excellent maintenance service and timely livery. Could you tell me if you were to use oil gas or electric heat in your home? I do not. Well, oil burners fuel-efficient workhorses that regular maintenance to prevent costly fuel bills. Can you tell me if you've had your oil burner inspected or cleaned in the past six months now, I just go only have is smoking smoking oil smoking oil. You're on Robin. Need a podcast, and I was reading a sample telemarketing script. Rob improved for the next prank. Call. The voice. It's too. Exactly. Well, what can I do? What can maybe I should do it as an impression? Maybe if I have one of my impressions, I could do. Yeah. I think you'd be a little Norwegian your there. Norwegian. Russell. Yes. All right puja. Your question, Akiva. Oh, yeah. Puja? How old are you? If you don't mind saying. Question. Six perfect. So you're a millennial who who is taking up space in your head rent free right now. Question. Right. Like, you're familiar with that current sort of Meam thing, right? Most the mom most of the moms we've called so far don't talk about. Taylor swift taking up space in your head rent-free. Are you ready for her big Netflix special? I am definitely not why. Okay. Not here for us. All your Taylor swift hater. Ooh, that's the one. That's me. He's in the army navy. Ran a navy. Yes. Not the up space in your head rent-free. He said tiller swift. Oh, pay swift. I thought you asked him if it was Taylor Joe. He said, hey, Taylor swift. Why what did she do what she to what she do you block, you know, just fan just annoying? Wow. How much to it? Yeah. Are you gonna get added? Or do we do we not have a lot of Taylor swift stands in the Robin? Akiva, listening audience because I feel like. Similar? Yes. Basically everywhere there are sleeper. Swifty. I do despite being added. And that's and they go up against the Rhonda navy. Yeah. Wow. Okay. All right. Rob you have a question. Besides anything RHA P or thirty two fans. So what is your favorite podcast around this questions, crushing it? So far has already cheap e or thirty two fans. I mean, listen to a bunch of fantasy basketball ones 'cause I've been going. But that's about it. What what's the preeminent fantasy basketball podcast? It's a question. I don't know. So there's a couple there's a rotor Wirawan that listened to. But then there will K. And then I do listen to the starters as well. Yeah. Pretty decent fellow Simone fans. The starters. Yeah. Okay. Ski who's your basketball team? Okay. My team. I would say I root for the Oklahoma City thunder because my dad went to university in Oklahoma. Okay. Good enough action, but will accept it. Yeah. Okay. Keep any questions for puja. I yeah. I got one more question for you. It may do you have a choice ten million dollars or world peace. What are you choosing? What would you rather? And you could be honest. We're all friends here all front gave me the world peace. Okay. Is it considered murder? If it happens during a war of boy. Wanna go there? Can I give my answer off the air? Okay. All right. You can't. If you want to you Deanna, Akiva. All right at me. Okay. All right. Who what do you have a take on? What what was the best episode in the worst episode of Robin? Akiva, a podcast. Okay. Best. Listen, if you don't listen, that's an acceptable answer. I wouldn't put my number in if I didn't listen, okay? Some people. Did you surprised there's a couple I haven't I haven't listened to the Star Wars because I've not watched any of my life. If the only people who should listen to it. I think the nonstop. That's like the quotes that out. I was a big fan of the the lists trash for great. Oh, wow. Yeah. The hot take. But. Okay, take. All right. Yeah. So all right. So puja is thinking about how much he doesn't like Taylor swift. And it was with space in his right? He likes tenor trash, and he would prefer world peace over ten million dollars. Beautiful. Okay. Good, man. All right. Thank you. Okay. All the best buddy. Okay. Take care guys. How good luck? Peace world peace. We got a call a couple of people back quickly. And then we could go. Okay. All right. What what what row on the spreadsheet? Am my looking at. Okay, forty y. Let's forty one. A man does devastated. Okay. All right. Let's go ahead. And that we can just ask people like what gives why didn't they answer our call? Did they is that like their normal behavior? They think it's telemarketer or what then we get improve this format for next time. Yeah. We could ask them for their feedback on the road. Hello. You've reached Amanda recalled ups. Call it cash should. Points. Record your message when you have finished recording. One for more options. May the two strikes you're out on rob a E pay. This is just the at me and said, you're besides yourself. Call me back. We wanna talk CTE and how it's not real we call you back. And I I assume you're at work, but you should've cancelled all your clients or studying rats, or whatever you guys do were set your kids, the sitters really, I take this as a personal insult. I don't about you, rob at this point. Like, Amanda is is on my do not call list for future episodes. All right, man. Thank you. Okay. All right. We'll talk to you on the next pranked listeners phone show. Wow. Wow. Okay. All right. Amanda, man. She really blew it. Okay. All right. Who else who did Kirsten say we should call her back? Yes. Yes. Okay. Let's call. All right. Ladies didn't answer not Robin is used to being Nordby women. Actually, she did not say try me back. She just said it was terrible timing. So maybe they might be terrible time. Did she DM? You all these people DM me except no Kirsten s you might actually not be. All right. What she should do. She should like show this their boss and be like, wow. I they called me. And I was actually let's try Taylor last time Taylor. Okay. Not the Taylor. That is thinking about how much he does not care for. All right. Let's go ahead and give this show shot. Now. Amanda is calling me here. Just answer her on speakerphone, but she won't be able to to hear you. Okay. All right. All right. All right. Yes. Amanda, just picked you up on speakerphone because it doesn't go into the system to do the podcast when you call back. Kiva is really not happy with you. And I'm the one who didn't show up for the live Seinfeld too. She was already that was actually strike one. I don't know. I don't know when the phone rang when you call them right here. Okay. All right. It'd be locked. All right. Do you have a message for for us real quick? Like a quick message about about CT. No, not about CT. I ask them into question. Rob. And then you'll rely okay? With whole key the want to ask you a question wants as you. Okay. Question. I'm going to relate to you. Okay. All right. Amanda who is living rent free in your head right now who is living rent free in your head right now. Even mean, see, you could tell she's a mom. She's got kind of she doesn't know what that means her. She's not him alone. Now. Yeah. Kiva said that's just a question that he's asking people to make it seem like he's really hip and with it. With it for me. Okay. Amanda, take care. Okay. All right. All right. Let's one last one. Okay. We'll try Taylor Cotter go right back to Taylor and chi-china claims to be the number one, Akiva, STAN when the first time she called she should've quit her job in order to take my cautious. Here's the thing. She's still in the meeting. Okay. All right. So I was gonna say if Taylor doesn't pick up then we'll have a second chance. But this is it last phone call last call one of the day. Yeah. Yeah. Getting nervous at this point. It's becoming like a rain out almost. Hello. Hello. Is this Taylor? Okay. This is Cory Booker. Oh my God. On forming an exploratory committee for running for president. Congratulations. Yes. What do you think of Peyton Manning as a running mate? I think that's a great idea. I seen no potential issues. I think any celebrity can be president. So I think that. Shia they want to see a man and another man as president and vice president doesn't care what it is be. All right. This is Robin. Akiva, we just pranked you. You were Rene. I couldn't I can't believe it wasn't really Cory Booker. Would you rather the Booker manning ticket or Peyton Manning is president Chelsea Manning? Vice president manning manning, I think that the gradient Harris, Danny the secretaries Kate. That's absolutely. So Taylor should should. I be hang a podcast about masked musicians. Nass musicians. I really think so I don't know if you do the whole thing, but it was great it is series. Or is it just one episode? I thought it was going to be one episode. But it's a serious. They only reveal the one mask guy at the annual premise real quick. My actually, yeah. It's confusing of this. I just saw in the Facebook group it came at a nowhere. Nobody's talking about. And now, it's all people are talking about right? Yes. Yeah. It was great on. So there were six celebrities, and they were dressed in these really elaborate mascot, like artistic costumes, and they each there were. They were battled kind of like the voice so one to time they carry okayed and saying like, you know, pop songs, and they were probably prerecorded you couldn't really tell 'cause their cost then the audience votes on who they like that are and then at the end, whoever had the least amount of oats pro like, I think got to mass right? Take their they get on that they take their mask off. And then they go home, and it was Antonio Brown. Yeah. Isn't that? It's so. Sports fans. Not a great pilot reveals Brown is not that is it is right now. He's living rent-free in a lot of people's heads key. That is a Taylor. We got a big question for you. You might want to sit down for this Molyneaux, right? Right. Was living rent-free right now in your head. Who's living rent-free in my head is all any. Alexandria, conscio- Cortes, usually, it's people. It's a negative thing. When people say living. They should be paying rent and taking up space for free. I think now unless you're saying like, oh, no, I'm really into. Like. We know what is like and he's really bothered by AFC. And now, I'm mad. Yeah. That's not what you know. I I like her very frustrating right now. I I'm sorry. I don't have a good answer. I'm like it's new year. You know, like, maybe maybe decades of improv train, you could have given us a good answer. I know right. And then and then Taylor, what is your favorite podcast. Besides anything are HP or thirty two fans. Your big a big gonna say. Gonna say their fans dress. What what what is your favorite podcast right now? My favorite off network podcast is work. Okay. Yeah. You are you burger brigade or or or or or you big Nikai? I was it was nation for a long time. And for long time. That was the only reason I listened to the podcast. I said, I don't know why. But I just I love both of guys so much. I think they're so funny. And I I also like chain restaurants. I think it's very sort of American like appeal things I've never been ten this weird thing where it's like if someone's podcasting met space 'cause I can't eat it really any chain restaurant besides like Dunkin donuts, so I'm hearing. Ever into kosher? There's nothing there's no none of these chain restaurants. Go for except for like, very simple ones like Starbucks. Yeah. Daily boys were really really zone, you know, zoning rob out here. Now, obviously, I know I was mad of Delhi boys because they had these patriot levels Robbie my want to get a coffee or go to the bathroom for second. That they did all the host inside Jewish baseball jokes. They're all kosher that and they didn't do six thirteen which is the most basic Jewish number. And I tweeted them, and they didn't change it. It's now mad at them. They do not Judaism. Yeah. I I. Yeah. They're just capitalizing on. Hey, guess, but. But judy. I heard they're gonna get released some point anyway. So someone said Taylor it right now in the patron group that I should explain the bible to rob the way he explained Star Wars to me. Just like a part of it. Maybe he gave a specific portion. He wants me to explain. Yeah. What keeps you have like a working knowledge of every chapter of the bible. I mean, I know it like didn't I go to Hebrew school for twenty years or something? I don't know Kate. I don't know what goes on college. Yeah. Yeah. I mean is there going to be any bible stories that really blow my mind? I mean, if you really unfamiliar with the bible like, I almost feel bad about spoiling them for you. But I mean, if people want to hear that we can put that on the wheel, I think we'll to sleep even quicker do know anything about the bible Old Testament. We're not get into that New Testament stuff. Do you know anything about the Old Testament? Do I know anything about the Old Testament Taylor? I know you don't know anything about they'll test the new one forget about the old one. None do Judaism. Yeah. Taylor. What what's your opinion on on the Old Testament? Are you fan? I like some both. I went to Catholic school. So I both have the bible education. Both are good. I would say the Old Testament is little more like it's like shakes you to your core. Little more than news, which is a little more like a eight a be if you if that makes a good story. Yeah. Kiva you should check out the sequel, if you if you really liked the the first book that that I know you stopped with the Harry Potter books after six you should read on. It's not truly a cycle. That's way, more popular than the original. Yeah, check it out. Are you guys editing the together or is this all like stream and or? Numbers in the. That's an issue having like racist. Missed you need us to cut out. I didn't know it was interesting. We have one more question for Taylor. And then I think we're gonna end this segment. So you got married recently. Right. Yeah. You didn't fight us to the wedding. What the hell you did not invite rob or myself to the weight on this than I? Yeah, we're upset. What happened? I'm sorry. I only invited twenty people in my way. Twenty rob. I thought we were top ten for sure. Yeah. I didn't realize that. Yes. Let's be honest on the next on the next one. Well, her name. I don't know if you use 'cause you wrote in your your maiden name because you're you're old fashioned and your yes and your new so if you I hope I wish a long life to to to your husband, Luke. It's Luke right me. Yes. Yes. But like, let's say, let's say, you know, after hundred twenty years, he's gone. That's what the Jewish people because only most Moses lifted one twenty and then you have to get married, and let's see marry like John Yates, then your initials would be TCP y. I I thought a lot about this. Now that I have now that my initial TB I really have your records there. There. Law has been married a few times, and like she has all the maiden name's and her her maiden name names on Facebook. And it's only four names. But it looks like thirty when you're looking at it like if you're just looking like, oh, she's been married. Eight times or it's like one of those people that makes their Facebook name like John Jacob jingle Hammerschmidt or something like a joke. Long name. It looks much worse. So I do think people have to draw like what is she sixty years old. She thinks people from high school or still looking up, and they only know her maiden name like it doesn't say are not going to find there. I don't know Robin car. All right. Taylor. Thank you so much. Okay. Thank you guys. I that I I love listening to the podcast in waiting. So the end when you say my name. That's that's my treat for me. All right Taylor. Take care. Okay. I buy buy buy. There you go we pranked prank phone call. We got him. Good. They got Rene. He ever net. We did it. They said it couldn't be done. But we couldn't be done. But we did it. Want to say on this subject? No, I do think. I like this idea. I do think we have to sort of figure out a way to like get people to answer though. I guess we could just cut out some of the future. We'll be fine. Okay. Don't answer. All right. I do feel like you have a fifty percent answering right, right? From his next time. We're not asking for numbers again. We're just if we do this again recalling the same people, right? Fewer right now around we should have our listeners won't like we'll have the time. And then we'll sort of like have our listeners in on. And they could be like oh prank. My wife and make sure that they're like the Gina thing was almost gold if we had gotten Gina to prank, Nina, we that would've been a real good. So I think we need to really just tweak anywhere almost there. Maybe they're like the idea we might have to tweak it and another option. Rob is what if we say like, we're not going to tell you when. But at one point like I'm going to tweet for like. Ten minutes. It can't be you. Then we'll get like hundreds. But I'm going to tweet for ten minutes. And like, I'm gonna leave the form the way it did this time. And if you're available today sign up, but if you're not don't bother us. Yeah. We have it will work. Okay. 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I gotta get these podcasts out. We're up against New Year's also I wanted to sort of like be done with work for a couple of hours. So this is good. Yet. Let's let's quick mail bag this week. We're really refreshing the mail bag and also the wheel is almost over full at this thing. Yeah. So let me just give you a couple couple ideas. Okay. Okay. Go for it. Kristen is a question because a lot of people like the Star Wars idea or Harry Potter where an expert at you or me or guests come on. And explain something to one of us who is totally ignorant about it. Like we talked about the bible earlier. Right. So Christmas is are there any other conic franchises that? Rob can explain to Akiva. Okay. Now. I think that you would have to say that, you know, I am an expert AIn other conic franchises as well. We have to bring somebody in. But I mean what what are the icon? Ick franchise. We've already done Harry Potter. We've already done Star Wars somebody said Star Trek. I don't think that's conic enough. I think the people like it or obsessed with it. But I don't think enough people air. Yeah. I think that Star Trek is I I mean, it's so many different subsets of Star Trek of the radio series. And even if you couldn't it's we're Star Wars is. A classic trilogy of films. It's Star Trek. The original series is like seventy six TV episodes, and there's not really a beginning middle and end. So I guess you could try to do that with the Star Trek movie franchise, but I don't think it would play nearly as well. Okay. I say we're open to suggestions on this. But this is not fully formed enough. Come back to us with the franchise. You want us to cover? I don't know what this means. But I'm gonna read this to Mike from Pittsburgh says Robin, Akiva, play the opening mission to video game classic final fancy eight and predict what happens in the future guest on Jesuit tell them how wrong they are. It's basically an excuse to get Josh wig back on the podcast. Yeah. I think that's fine final fancy eight because I've heard of it. But I don't know what video game. I think it's a little too neat. Yeah. So. Yeah. One day. I'll learn how to pronounce that word properly. I I don't think that's. Going through for me dog. Okay. Harry. Kane says what's up guys? I know. No, you're really sensitive to the plight of the non sports fan listener to RAM EP. But alas I think it's time to put some sports back on the wheel. May I present to you? Robyn Keita's Mets cast or jets cast, aka Robin, kiva Nita real baseball football team. I think this was making fun of you would go through your past president future following with your beloved Mets to be honest. The most want to hear about Rob's recounting the time he got booed at Fenway park. I don't think I know that memories of nineteen eighty six I think I was wondering diaper and Bobby Buni uptakes also provide profits, and you could take over unders and characters in the mad dog. Yeah. So just going on that is there any sort of sports team that we could adopt for podcast because he wants us to adopt a different sport. Obviously, we're not going to like adopt the baseball or football team because we're loyal to the Mets and the jets, right, Sean the mailman wanted us to adopt like NASCAR driver. I like that might be more. Like the NASCAR thing might be. More fun. If somebody came in and was trying to get us to be on board with something with with Nashville through our selves like full throat into NASCAR. We just became like NASCAR super fans watched every race. Yes. A lot of work though, that seem like a lot of work. I would be open to Sunday like a sequel to the mat in game with calling a baseball game. I feel like right? We could do that baseball season would do that off the other thing people have suggested is should we have a one week wheel for the Super Bowl matchup like a sort of an exploding spot on the wheel where to spots where we announce these role matchup once it is known in the one week between the chimp games in the Super Bowl. So we are going to be calling the Super Bowl. It's like saints chiefs. We're going to announce the we'll play we'll we'll have the same the same way. We did less. I'm saying for jeeps and worthy. The announcers for the Super Bowl over wins that game wins. I mean, I understand. The why? But is it funny in any way, you I dunno? I thought it was funny last time. But it was it was the jets, and it was like, we cares Astrum. We took it pretty seriously. So I think that that was that there was some comedy there. But I I know sure necessarily if there's a lot of like real versions of that. Yep. Probably true. Yeah. Robin have a morning show. That's that's the whole post. I want to go to work show on. That's it. There's nothing to go. You got to all right in some gold out of that. So I kind of feel like that. Maybe is it like a live version of the pod get rob? We have a morning show. So I think we'd have to like it wouldn't be morning for you. But come on. And it's it's live. And is it like a morning, I guess it's morning radio sharply. Right. So why do we have to do it at the like morning we doing it like at six o'clock in the morning on six well that no nobody's asking you to wake up at three AM Pacific. I'm that's I might do it. If if. Like eleven eastern eight Pacific or something of an eastern eight Pacific. We're doing it live. Nobody's gonna be watching at six. So what are you doing on the morning? So it's a morning radio show is sort of like z morning zoo type show, I don't know in my head. It does. There's no explanation in my head. It's it was more like Regis and Kelly. They have like a guest. I mean, I don't know if we need a guess, I was thinking more like read the news of the day and go over it nothing that Manson show. That's like, it's all banter. That's even too much for. I can't believe it's just panther. Like, we're not breeding the news on I can't mind. It's like on like parks and recreation when they have the morning show. That's like in the do. I kind of feel like that's what there's something. Yeah. I think there's something here. I just don't know what exactly we should do. Okay. All right. So let's put way down because we have a strong enough take on it. Okay. So we'll put that in the waiting room. I people want Rivera excited about millennial judge. But nobody sent us in a case like put that on the wheel. I do think that maybe could take phone calls live on the morning show where where it's like a morning radio show. All right. Let's go to the callers that we could do that's not a bad idea. So it's almost like a live version of the show, and we have to come up with some. Morning radio bits. So maybe like the first half is is bits, and maybe a quick news briefing and Ryan, but like sort of evergreen, not like. Team with the traffic. All right looking out there. Yeah. It's not bad. So this something there, John, John, the weather man, I think it's cold outside. I think I think there's a germ of an idea may we'll we'll put it on the wheel next week. Maybe if somebody could punch that up. Yeah, I think that's getting close to the wheel are one more thing. I think we go straight into the wheelspin unless you unless you're going for more ideas Taylor Taylor Cotter who spoke to had sent in a season three episode seven. It's really I think pitching herself to get on the show which she just did. Consider throwing in degrassi the next generation season. Three episode seven. It's very digestible episode, and it's a real turning point in the series. Thanks, okay. Do you have any sort of spirit, Drake? I know Drake is in there. I'm not sure if he's in the next generation or the first one, I is that an American one in a Canadian nothing about the Grassi. Is there a lot of make fun of? I mean, listen, the Taylor seems to think it would be funny. She's a comedy expert. I think the ideas she would be explaining it to both of us. Neither of us. Some of these like, I really know where you really know where we both know. And we like it here is something where neither of us know anything it's not super exciting for me. But I think the young people really liked the Grassi if young people really like if it's living rent-free and people's heads. No, it's the opposite rent-free and people's head is like is is the people they is not that people. They like, the hidden mask singer is living rent people and people said rent-free and people said, so what do you call somebody that you really like that you think about a lot? You're just like standing them or something they're they're subletting in my head. No, we're giving them. I don't know. We're like. This person to we want them to read. The that's true. Yeah. Not sure they're like the Bank, and I'm mortgaging my ex someone sent this in. But I didn't I didn't add it to the mail bag so much come on and explain millennial terms through kiva that at the time. I didn't like the idea. And now, I think we need it. Yeah. No. I like that idea. I'm gonna find the idea. I like hearing about any, you know, at the risk of losing some of my street cred, you listeners I like that you know, any any term that's new I like to I like to know about it. I agree. I I don't know. I don't wanna live in a world that passes me by Keefe. I almost don't even whoever sent that has the recent because I don't even know how to search for that. If if it was at the Amer at tweet or Email, and if they were pitching themselves, but re pitch that, and I think we could put that on we wouldn't out one. We would need somebody to come on. And then make it would be like make us cool. Yeah. Well, yeah, obviously. Yes. Okay. I be on make us beyond sleek that what the kids are signing over will stop saying though is over like grandma say on fleet. We gotta find out what the cool people are saying. And then we can say it to the second. We find out there onto the next thing. So it's like a ruin. Cool. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So keep degrassi is going into the fishbowl. Correct. Right at down Qatar. What a day for her. She appears on her favorite podcast. Besides second favorite podcasts after Doboy guess, and she has possibility make second appearance, actually, I didn't mention this. But people were kind of stunned that the calling the listeners episode made it on the wheel in one week. Some people thought it had, you know, some people say like oh era has earned pinstripes yet on the Yankees. Like, he you know, he he hasn't earned his pinstripes. He doesn't really he's only been there short time. I think people thought that calling the listeners hadn't really earn its RA any pinstripes like how could it get on the wheel after one week? Yeah. I understand that. But look it happened is the luck of the draw someone wrote in and said their Email address was like how the hell did this get shows already at Tf dot org and their number was nine eleven nine eleven nine eleven. That's the real number nine one one not nine eleven. Yeah. So look on prices, right? You could have somebody who's down their whole time. Yup. And all age Johnny come lately. Then they go right up. So it always pained me. I wonder how often someone's the first person called never goes up Tiv. So I also want to add in one other ones. This came up on our monthly patron cast, a long time listener REO Glassman called in. She said how is the Brady bunch not already in the fish tank. Okay. I mean, I I was fine with the Brady bunch of definitely watched it s- some episodes as a kid. Yeah. Are people going to care? Yeah. I definitely I we just put the Grassi into the rob Grassi's way more popular than than than Brady bunch and twenty nineteen whatever your this. That is factually inaccurate. You want to put up a poll right now. Hey, what do you like, by the way, speaking of polls? Can I can I read you the results of the of the movie polls that we did a couple of weeks ago? Let me just say that with a with a section of the audience. Digress. He certainly is. More popular with listeners under but it's it's two separate circles. Because everyone over forty has never heard of degrassi and loves the Brady bunch and anybody under thirty has never heard of the Brady bunch and nine. Never heard of the Brady bunch that everybody has heard of my kids couldn't tell you. What the Brady punches probably. Probably. Zales kids L all my daughter's thirteen. All right, fine. Maybe people under thirteen don't know what the Brady bunch is. I would say that you know, anybody over forty could probably name all six of the Brady killer Marcia, Marcia, Jan? And and you know, anybody over thirty certainly at least is has a wariness of the Brady bunch. So I mean this Drake was in the Grassi Drake is way more famous than the Brady bunch ever was. I don't know if that's ready bunch was more famous than see this is why we need a young person to come on. And explain what's cool 'cause they'll tell us the Drake is cool and the Brady bunch knock will there was a point though, where every single person in America knew who the Brady bunch was not everyone American who the president. Is you ever see these polls? It's like do you believe in unicorns and twenty percent automatically say, yeah. In nineteen seventy three that. I'm sure that there were three channels. So I guess back then people knew it. I mean things things that were. Popular were insanely more popular than anything. That's always. That's true. That's that's kind of a good point. So other than like the Super Bowl like nothing really has that sort of national appeal. Right. I think that people there is definitely people who would be excited if to Grassi got pulled. But I think it would be more people who at least were interested in gifts for the older people and vice versa. The Brady bunch might be skipped for the young about. They agree to listen to each other's episodes. Fine. That's fine. Yeah. Let's make a pack. Okay. All right. What percent of people rob have seen the two thousand nine film avatar? What do you think we had five hundred votes for most of these five hundred five hundred are a listeners who follow me on Twitter. Yeah. And how many of them saw avatar? I would say sixty two percent. Ooh, that's close sixty five. How many people saw the original? Line king. That was your idea in the poll. I would say eight percent. Yeah. Ninety four it was really high. I came out to the movie anchorman, which was people said why is this in here? What percentage saw that? I'd say fifty two percent. Yeah. I thought it would be about half at seventy eight percent. Everybody's seen anchorman. Okay. So that was. I'm off on the wizard of Oz wizard of Oz. I would say ninety five percent. No. It was lower than the lion. King only ninety and Titanic. People have seen Titanic. Seventy five eighty one. And the first one was Star Wars. The original question. How many people have seen Star Wars the original nineteen seventy seven film? Eighty nine percent. It was eighty one the same as Titanic a little lower than I would've thought. But I think your guests was I forget your guests. Now. What were the reason we had the arguments begin with? Okay. I'm not sure if we learned anything they're not. Sure. Okay. So what is ultimately the most the most seen movie was the lion? King line. King is the most seen moving by people of a certain age. All right. All right Keiv. So did we add anything to the wheel today? Yes, we added to the fishbowl the next generation to the wheel. We really didn't add anything while we're waiting jeopardy. Jeopardy already on the wheel. Oh, I don't know. If we officially put it on last week. I think we did. I did think they're happier. These one more week. I don't wanna spoil their hap-. So rob it's going well. I will say I never because I I was a teenager when I met my wife and now in my mid thirties. So I never had the experience of being ghosted people ghosted. I do feel like some of these people are ghost. They may like asking for updates. Why you don't radio silence? Yeah. You don't say. Yeah. What do you think about that? Yeah. I think that that this is the reason why I told you to put like twelve couples together. Maybe I did. I'm not saying everyone goes to be. Yeah. I'm just saying it's not a great feeling. I don't like being hosted. I don't know. How do if I had to be out there on like engine, bumbling tender and getting ghosted everything? Inge was yet. We didn't. We did. That's why we need this freedom Elenio in their get anxious. The difference bumble is the ladies start the conversation. Yes. I get that hinder. Tinder is is is. Yeah. Yeah. I think they're all swiping. I think he enjoys like, I don't know what's different about hinge, then bumble or should we join hinge for an episode. Maybe hating is like if you swing in either direction of I don't think so there's other there's other more specific like because that's literally what winless does. Yeah. That's interesting. Yeah. I don't know it might just be the same as tender just like a different interface. That's my guess. I don't think there's I don't think there's a catch. Okay. Sort of like, it's the Non-proprietary like tissue versus Kleenex. Maybe here's an article what's difference between hinge bumble, and Tinder, yes. From thirty fourth street dot com. What a famous great website dance. Your question cider of updating. Yeah, they didn't send us a thank you card. So tender is always been the mainstream mindless, wiping that we know in love Bill does not live for friends dates relationship and everything in between. It's more hookup Centric than the other two. Okay. Bumble is lady friendly app with the same layout. As tender. Got it VP of marketing tender was okay, fine. She started it. The good on bumble. The boys are hot and the girls message. I we've got some of the creeps. You'll find on tender in fifteen minutes swiping session that you have to be a guy on bumble. You don't have to be hot to be a guy. If you don't it's not like there's a riot, which if be approved for which is for celebrity, right? So if you're not hot, you don't get any like might not get as many swipes, fifteen minutes, wiping session street match with Philly pro athletes. These ladies are very shallow. I don't know how I would how like there's guys on like the frigging Phillies. I don't know him competing with them. If you're if you're someone who isn't into opening lines for you. Okay. And then hinge their their claim is that he just relationship can start the premise bind hinge is instead of random strangers. You only match with people you have mutual Facebook friends with. Wow, that's pretty specific. Okay. So it's so yeah. I mean, I heard saying if the hinge, so you're on you're on Facebook, some girl also knows shut up, Tim. And then it's like, all right. Well, I guess you guys both know shut up Tim, so you should date. Yes. So I guess it's more quality than quantity, certainly know quantity. Right. You're only getting people you have a mutual friend with. That's like a very fine people. Yeah. Okay. All right. All right. That's how the hinge works. All right. So that's the difference. That was going to be a full podcast. We just did it now. Us clean hinge. You're a hinge guy. Yeah. You like hinge? Can I'm not on bumble nobody's swiping on me. I'm bumble. My picture is a frigging picture of my daughter in box from two thousand six like going to swipe on that. But my Facebook profile pictures been the same for thirteen years. It's my daughter just like she got into a box, and she was planning a box. Okay. I've never updated. All right. I don't think I'm getting any swipes on that probably better than what I looked like now. But still all right. Let's talk about what's going on here on the wheel CSI York. The much-maligned CSI New York. It's been on the beginning came up last week. Only old veto the old. But can we say it's Q one of twenty nine nineteen. I think we get a veto for every quarter. Because that's the show really was the first few months last few months at twenty eighteen Avihou where do we get four the year? Now four vetoes doing we might do dozens of episodes. I think it's I think that's fair. I think they're here's what we are one veto a year. And then one covy oh year. And so if I use my co veto, and then I if I get you to use your other half of your co veto, then so if we work together, we all idle, I got it. Okay. But what if you say use it, and I say, no, do you get bad and gourd, you lose it. I get it back. Okay. So we have to use it for twenty nineteen. That's not a lot a lot. But things we shouldn't be putting on the wheel that we don't wanna do. That's tomorrow, Robin akitas problem though. Yeah. Okay. Okay. All right. Right. Getting this wheel, y'all. So you were saying. Season. Three episode seven that corresponds to a fish tank filled with ping pong balls. How many spots ping pong balls right now. Put some. So we are actually up to a balmy six slots on the wheel. Wow. Wow. Rather real shot at getting now. All right coin flip Oregon trail rising fall JT. Do we have a JT correspondent yet or? No, yes. Yes. She just emailed us back, Dr ghosting. She's back. Yes goes all right prices right conspiracy. Pod TV show theme song Barack Chester's ready to go with that. He's ready to go with that. Okay. MTV shows are trashed with Alli Lascher trashier with Lascher. That's a trash. Okay. Penn. April thirteenth nineteen Ninety-four jeopardy. And I can't believe it's all banter Keiv last week you and I did not discuss a return to the wheel for what we did in episode number. Do you? Remember need a podcast. Yes. I can tell you that episode number six was the wife. Swap quiz. Yeah. That's a specific episode. I don't know how you put that back on the wheel. It would be ten new questions for America and four Nicole. We'll marriage birthdays this week her birthday president. She doesn't have to answer questions. I feel like we need another wife. Swap. I think we could do maybe like our kids get older, we could do kids web quiz or some. Maybe maybe I work at all. Right. But then this week. Okay. Yes. So there's a seven episode number seven was watching a leprechaun done Lenka to get a spot on the wheel. I will say if we do leprechaun two were really committing to the whole bit of watching like five or six of them. Yeah. I think so. So it's it's almost we're making a decision now for years to come. I I would lean. Yes. But I would not cry. If you said, no, I'm gonna leave at all. I would say I would say, yes, I feel like leprechaun was wildly popular the, okay? And I think it deserves a spot on the wheel who knows when it comes up. But I I wanna live in a world where leprechaun two is on the wheel. Let's do it leprechaun to K put it on the wheel. All right. So hold on a second. We're going to add a leprechaun to we have to watch a leprechaun two for next week every nuts. Okay. And this is the first thing that has gone back to April thirteen ninety four went back. But but it went back with less fanfare. Yes. Yeah. Okay. So limb. Two is going onto the wheel. And this is gonna I'm gonna make that green spot on the wheel appropriately. I look Saint Patrick's Day is a couple of months away. So this comes up like, you know, March first boy talk about luck of the Irish. Yeah. That would be. Yeah. There's certain weeks. Well, what about the week Notre Dame loss in the national championship in the semifinals? That would have been unlock the Irish if that so leprechaun two is on the way and the wheel is very full right now. So chances are leprechaun to is not is not. If you include the six spots from season three episode seven we've got close to twenty spots on the wheel right now. So all right. So here we go Keiv. Let's get ready. The Dan the benefactor wheel is coming. So just hold your horses. Dan, we got it. We got it. Okay. All right, and Dan's getting very impatient. About vary. Benicia new. I do not care. Okay. All right. So keiv. Let's spin the wheel can't imagine. It's January third. Get one of us veto right now right now, I hope it season. I hope it CSI New York. That'd be Larry. K we were one spot away from leprechaun too. Wild. Yeah. And it is I can't believe it's all banter. I think can't just panther thing is in the play on the can't believe just butter. So it's just banter, you know, it's not called. I can't believe it's just butter. Right. What's it called? But I can't. But we can't call. I can't believe it's not panther. Because that's so why is I can't believe it's just banter better than I can't believe they're just sounds more. Like, not you don't think. So I don't. That sounds anything like not. End with the letter t the one thing I'm going to say, you're not vetoing this, right? I'm doing this. The one thing I'm gonna say this is the second straight week of no preparation. It's almost like when you go when you have no school over the summer you like seventh grade's over. And then you get back to eighth grade about oh, I haven't done homework in a month or three months, and it's painful, that's what's going to happen. Next time. We have to watch like freaking leprechaun too. Yeah. The second straight week that we added the re shows last week jeopardy. Prank calls and banter and. Pretty yeah. Get ready jeopardy. Jeopardy game this weekend. Twenty nineteen is really red hot. Yeah. It's loaded. It's absolutely loaded. And some of these things are just we got seven spots on the wheel next season. Three episode seven New York who knows if it'll ever be picked again. Okay. So is the podcast called. I can't believe it's just banter, or I can't believe it's all banter, should that be people. Yeah, we can make that a poll where people could just write in in the Facebook group. We're on Twitter, and let us know. Do we have to pay anything for next week talking? I would prepare an anecdote or two in terms of you know, prepare. Let's pull up the New York Post website and talk about what's happening that day. Tell you a quick anecdote, no safe. Why what's going to be over next week? It won't be applicable next. I guess so. But you're wasting the good banter. All right. No. I'm telling you. There's no way I could include it next week. Yeah. Cute stories about our listeners. What does that mean? A cute story about the listeners. Like, oh, rob let me tell you. So I got an Email the other day from Kaya who. Yes. Yes. Great. And she said the funniest thing to me that it's a semi. Yes. Send me funny panther stories guys not kayak because she missed that. She had her shot. Kaya said actually, people don't know. She's a fan. And she said that she's a shack expert, but now she's like nervous to come on the podcast. So why she's nervous? She's afraid of. She's she's like nervous. She's in her mind should be in the company of greatness, everyone else's like clowns. But she like she's nervous to come on the podcast. Okay. So, but we have shack attack in the waiting room. So can we convince her that we're not scary? And that she should come on the podcast because she's our shack expert. Yeah. Okay. Well, we'll see we'll say phone behind the scene stories ki- like an anecdote of like, oh, Robin. I we're ripe right before the show came on way. Good. That's all that's good banter. We have. Well, let me tell my story. And then I'll let everyone out of here. Okay. So in orthodox Judaism, we have two very formal meals every week Friday night and Saturday lunch. Okay. Friday dinner, Saturday lunch are very former like with the family. A lot of times you go to somebody's house or you have company. You can't eat. You can't eat just your family, but you're frequently inviting people out, and then they invite you back, and then the chain goes forever. If you're a sort of Floca friend group, so we stopped inviting people, so we actually don't get invited out a lot because my wife hates like, she's like all right? No, more company. So for the last two years, it's just been invited out. But then like, nobody will invite you had a second time until you invite them. So we never get invited out anymore because my wife quit on having friends. So a guy I was down the block by the park the other day and a guy who who's my daughters friends with his daughter came over to me is like would you guys rather come for lunch or dinner? I'm like, what do you mean? He's like this week. Would you rather come for lunch? Dinner. And I said, I'd rather I have no opinion. And this is like an ask your wife took question. Whatever it's good for you guys. I think dinners better migrate. I don't know the guy that well, he's inviting me this is like a good score for my wife. She won't have to make one of these massive meals. It's like to thanksgiving every week. Rob. You have no idea. Oh my God. So so fine. So I came home, and I'm like, hey, mare like so and so just invited us. Four Friday night dinner, and it's late in the week. Usually you're inviting on Sunday this is Tuesday night already. And I'm like we got invited. Like every company or you don't always have company, we never have company, but there are people have company or go out every single week. Yes. Okay. Family like my family's company. We're six people just us like it's not like my wife and eating alone. Uh-huh. So I said like it was like eighty percent of invite like he asked me what I preferred. And then he sort of leaned towards dinner. I'm sure he's going to call and then no call Wednesday. No, call Thursday night. No, I think we're invited. And I think he thinks because he just moved to the neighborhood from Canada. He I think he thinks that that was a formal invite. But I don't like have its phone number. And I don't know like I think he's expecting us on Friday night now, but I have no way of knowing. So my wife, and I were just discussing. It's weird. If my wife says like, hey, did you invite us because then it's so awkward if they didn't then they're going to be like, oh, but then you have to come and that we're like the losers who invited themselves over these people's house. Yeah. Right. I don't know. What to do? I don't know. If you give me advice. My daughter had a good idea, which is my wife should text. My wife has the number of the wife. And there's a chance to wife has no ideas is possible. The husband was main conversation with me. And it was like, hey, maybe one we invite you over he seemed to imply this week. It's my daughter said text, the mom and say, what should I bring? Because usually like if someone invites you you bring a desert or you bring the salad or something. What should I bring? And she sounds confused. Then you say oh, sorry wrong. Number like whoops of we'll have we'll have lunch together some other time. But if she answers, then we're invited. So my daughter had a really good idea. I want to do it. You guys have a chance to Scott free get out of going to somebody else's house. Yeah. I know. But here, and you're not taking advantage of it. You're like wait till you trade. I. We wanna go get in there. I'm not saying we wanna go wife doesn't have to cook. So she likes that. But an unrest to do the dishes. Then the the thing is if they're expecting us and their new here, and we don't show up that means they've already cooked for us. And I'm like, you know, we're we're six people's they've made a meal for us. And then we're not showing up right? They're going to come. They live pretty close. They're going to come to our house and be like, hey, we're waiting for you. Okay. It's going on. Then. But then then thirty cook. Like it's too late at that point when we're sitting down the meals at a certain time, like what are we going to do like, they're not gonna agree that it's confusion there. Either one hundred percent positive were coming or one hundred percent positive. We're not coming, but we're not going to know until Friday night. I feel like this dilemma, I don't I don't know. Why doesn't somebody just walked down the street? Oh that was it this week. Or was it another week you wanted to? That's awkward though. I feel like I could do that. I just feel like if I do that. Then they're going to say it's this week. If I had any like if I had all imply that they were inviting us for this week they're going to make it this week. And now, I'm inviting myself, which was like the last thing I wanted to. So then what if you have? You are not feeling good. You know dinner for you now. But what other five people come like, my wife and could bring the kids, by the way. That sounds great. I might triple that. Anyway, for invited just stay home. And hey like you wanna bring back some chicken or something? All right. I don't know. So I could you know. By the time, the listeners listen to this hour have been cited. So I can't really all. Is what we're dealing with in my house tonight. Okay. All right. So do you want more banter like that for next week? I feel like maybe we should produce some prep on the banter. Let off the cuff and the whole the whole premise of banters. No prep thing. I was thinking is if maybe during the banter that we could both be on our Twitter feeds, and we'll be updating people on what people in our Twitter fees are saying, well, we shouldn't be distracted. But if you think that's part of the podcast like we'll be like. Ooh, you know. Here's a great joke from Wilfrid America, well weights that you wanna talk about like did you see this tweet today? Okay. This is a tweet. Here's one from of T dob this morning. Did you see this teed up on Twitter and then go drunk uncle? Well, he actually reporting the tweet like, you know, you're you're holding it up and getting into. Okay. All right. Yeah. Keiv great work today. We pulled off pranking listeners. And couldn't be done. And we've got they said it shouldn't be done. I think. But yeah. Yeah. Are you pumped up for the NFL playoffs? I mean, I'm used to my team not being in there. So I guess like mildly pumped I would say, yeah. I I'm I'm pumped for. I don't care about the Houston Indianapolis game. But I'm pumped to thrust. The chargers ravens and the Cowboys you agree with my take the the Cowboys matter. They're like the Yankees every game. They play whether you like the Cowboys are hate them. If feels important it feels like a big playoff game when the titans are involved or the Arizona Cardinals. Even if it's Super Bowl it feels less than a Cowboys playoff game. Or even be Cowboys regular season game. I would say that if the NFL was a TV show. I think that the Cowboys are, you know, one of the principles that's in the poster for the CNN and like in opening credits. So the Cowboys and the patriots are really start. There are thirty two characters on this show thrones type show. Yeah, they're probably unless they're absolutely got off. All that. If they had any store sort of storyline going on there. One of the principles of the show. Right. Like, well, if it's like lost the patriots and the cat. Probably Jack and Kate. And then like the Steelers might be lock. And then Sawyer like, I don't know right now, maybe the saints or the ravens. But then the cardinals and the titans and the Jaguars are like or like art arriver that guys like characters on the show. That's like, oh, I hate this character. Why are they getting so much screen time? Get back to the characters we care about. Yeah. What's the name of the rose? And what's the dude's name or no armor like Rosenberg? I think they're like the Seahawks when they're when they're around matter. But then you forget about them trolling Nina for not answering the phone. I don't even know if the Seahawks fan. Well spoiler alert shoes. Oh, yes. She is. That's true. Yeah. But no because like the Seahawks they'll be out of the NFL essentially like ten years, but then they're back and they're good. Same thing with Rosenberg Nour's. Maybe that could be a podcast every NFL team did the game thrones characters as you could look through Chester as an amazing every NFL team as game of thrones character. He did. A really good job with that the best one he had was the falcons as the red. Viper. That was really the best following their Super Bowl appearance is really inspiring. All right key, things are shortest episode. Rob. I think we did it. Yeah. One of our shortest. Okay. Yeah. I think clocking in at only about like two hours. So well, good job. I our twenty when you when you cut out all the people didn't answer there. All right. Take care of ready. Have good one. Bye. Bye. Friends over at truecar for sponsoring this episode of rob has a podcast every car comes. That's chair of stories that in your bumper. When universally picked up your first date the luxury package, you got after a big promotion or the mileage you say by running your bike all summer long while you can't put a price on your stories now with truecar you at least find out what your car is worth. When it's time to sell it or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number and watch. I cars details. Pop up then answer you questions navigation moon, roof watches, they bump up your value. 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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #71: Wheel or No Wheel

Rob Has a Podcast

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Rob & Akiva Need a Podcast #71: Wheel or No Wheel

"So check this out. Got Word that Hulu through this crazy party in Beverly Hills with literally all of the biggest reality TV stars. I'm talking about all the Bravo Lips Canterbury's Porsche Williams James Kennedy Jack's Taylor even Captain Lee and Kate chastain. Here's the genius part. If you want to find out what happened at the party you have to watch the commercials. Yes I know I'll be tuning in and then signing up for a free trial to get my favorite reality. Tv SHOWS AT HULU DOT COM. Kate Amino Georgia Kiva needle. Yeah that's right Robin Akiva need of podcast and we back after a one week. Yada a no robin to keep in need a podcast last week but we are back and we are fired up and ready to go here with the CO founder of Robin Akiva. Need a podcast. Mr Wheels Wayne Accor- Kiva. How're you feel like? It's been weeks since we've spoken. Yeah do do. Yeah curb podcast talked. You speak yeah. Yeah but I feel like it's been so long since we have done the show. The Clarence episode feels like six yeah. I don't even care about this episode. I'm just happy to be back and talk about for the next. I care about the episode. But it's like it's good. It's bad I'm just happy to be here. The next two and a half three hours. Yes Akiva have you been in any correspondence with Clarence since season? Three episode seven of survivor. Oh yeah he's been roasting me on twitter a bunch of times he has been roasting me. Yeah okay a a moment that a great moment moment that's still stings so A lot of fun For a while last time out. drips survivor. But here we are wheel or no wheel today. A very mysterious show. We're going to be playing a game we're GONNA be opening briefcases. We're going to add something to the wheel today. Are you completely sure about how everything's GonNa Happen Today? No a lot of times. I'm coming in with way more of an idea than you on what the episode is. Because I'm sort of like behind the scene helping out in as much as I can. Sometimes I you know I can't be spoiled if it's if it's a game or something like then but here. I really know nothing. I left last March. We did an idea tournament and we left it in the hands of digi. Lebel Klein and our associate producer. Jesse St- and I thought it went really well. I think we ended up picking the stand tournament. Is that what happened? And then the next week we did the stand tournament yes I think so. I don't know because it was bracket season March on donate. I didn't know there's going to be a tasks about old jazz anyway. So we are back and very fired up and of course we have a lot of new listeners. To Rob has a podcast right now because of all of the excitement going on on survivor just in case for any of our new listeners. I told you about AKIVA. This is the show where we spin a wheel of listener submitted ideas. And do whatever comes up on said we'll on the next episode and we have a very fun game that we're GonNa play today where we're going to be doing a deal or no deal inspired game to find new ideas for the suitcase so. Akiva tell us who is here with us to help us with a wheel or no wheel today. Do you think this should be the new listeners? First episode or should we send them back to a different episode. I or shouldn't be last week's you don't think it should be. Maybe they love Clarence black from survivor. Africa I don't know no I listened to last week's for a little while So all right. Who's here Kiva okay? So as mentioned briefly we have. Dj Lapel Klein. Who was on the The idea bracket and Jesse's to Who helps us every week with the Off off the show with the ideas. The listeners sense. You could blame her if your idea never gets sent and sent her tweets. How's it going? They'll send anybody tweets. I thought yeah the whole platform. A couple of weeks ago was nice to all of the. Yes yes yes. Be Nice to the guests that is correct. Okay dos but mostly the guests. Yes all right. Sorry so I you mentioned. Dj Lebel Klein Klein of Wanda fame. How are you? I'm doing well? I guess it's talk now. Hey how about that? I'm excited to be here. I'm excited that you have entrusted me with filling these briefcases with ideas and you guys are really coming in darkened. That's the way we like it on your toes okay. And of course the Great Jesse St- is here. Just how are you? I'm doing well? Thanks okay here all right. Whose idea was this in the first place who? I submitted this for the wheel. That's a great question. I definitely don't answer to because it wasn't me okay. All right so we'll we'll see if we can find out at some point. I believe it was a listener. Submitted idea like the idea of wheeler no wheel and then. I'm pretty sure Kiva mentioned. Oh did you. Bill Clinton did the idea bracket. Why doesn't he work on it and then I'm pretty sure that I reached out to? Gop Kleiner. He reached out to work. And you know once in a just and I get together and we start producing something. It doesn't take a long time for us to figure out who the missing piece is that. We need to bring in and for us yet again today to return back to the fun of the idea bracket and then ultimately the Dan Tournament. Your fellow King Cake Baby Stan official debut season it is it just in time for King kick baby season. Is We brought in Liana? Boris here always Liana Boris as music. Boom Okay Kiva does Liana have the recap title for most Recap appearances besides You're I well. Yeah I'd say us to were probably but I think she may have stolen today from puja. I think we also have her Her mass singer podcast cost. I think she may have swipe that Tadic. By the way I went back to my email and I found this idea submitted for on September fourth from Taylor Martinez so that okay okay. Thank you Taylor for the idea for a wheel or no wheel okay all right so Liana. What's your role in all this? Well first of all this is my fifth appearance just to clarify everything or something. Yes probably wear probably wear it. I would proudly wear it within my own home. Would you wear it to like Rob's live show? Yes so you're saying that's not Polite Society. That would be quite an honor. Yes a few ping pong balls. Short of a fishbowl. T shirt perhaps if someone makes that hat. I will sponsor it for Leon. It aware at the live show. Yeah Oh yeah deck me out and running gear. That's fine by me. Give me those foam fingers that say number one this is it's a fold hand. All the fingers are outstretched to symbolize your five appearances. Carry around some some ping pong balls to throw at people really go all out. I'm okay with like a mascot. At this point yeah exactly. That's fine. I'll embrace it. Hombres the weirdness but to answer your question Rob I am here as the Howie. Mandel of this episode so going to be the host extraordinaire. I have my lysol. Yeah we're something fine to take that giant hand clothes all the fingers and get them into fist bump position. That's why I wear them no handshakes shake hands with anybody mill handshakes okay. Maybe could be in honor of the five. Maybe it could be a latex. Glove could be the renew up of the symbol of five fingers. And then also keep you from any many harmful germs. That could come your way. Yeah I think that's a good idea. Okay Alright Akiva all right. What else do we need to know? Setup Wheeler no wheel. I think so if Leon is Howie Mandel then I think our friend. Dj Lebel Klein is all however many friend alot is is the Brenda lows. Megan Markle I think was Was a case person as well. Is it always women? I think it's always what I think I don't know if they've had any case. Bros. yet maybe like for like a gag for like one episode. Maybe they did like a bunch of case Bros. But well okay so if you are the Brenda Low Dj Lavalle joins me the player. I do I do think it is i. You know I'm excited to it's twenty twenty. It's time to bring the case browse out at. It's not just me. It's twelve copies of me so each time that you open up a case. It's going to be a different. Dj Lebel Klein. Who's GONNA open up the case and cheer you on okay? I'm very confused about how we are taking the idea of dealer no deal and turning it into twenty five ideas that are some of the object of dealer. No deal for anybody who hasn't seen that show. There are twenty five suitcases. Filled with various dollar amounts from one to one million dollars. You Open suitcases and or you pick one to start and then that is the money that you will go home with but you have the opportunity to to take a deal from the banker who has some sort of an average of the suitcases that are left so you might have three hundred dollars in your suitcase and you don't know that's what you really have in. The banker may propose like okay. We've got an offer for you. It's fifty thousand dollars. You could take that offer and walk away with more money but you might have a million dollars in your suitcase. So if you took the fifty thousand dollar offer it would be a bad deal. How in the world are we now going to fit this? This concept on suitcases with ideas. Okay May I raise my sanitized hand for a moment to answer this question so we have been working on this for a while now and so? We think we figured it out. Essentially the way it's GonNa work is there are twelve available cases and each are packed with one unique idea for the wheel. But we've also valued those ideas on a scale of essentially one penny up to one million dollars. You will have an idea of the value of these ideas and then throughout the course of the game you will will be getting offers from our banker Jesse St- here who will try to essentially purchase your case from you by offering you a trade so here is your potential idea that you could take the deal instead of continuing on with the game or Akiva. This'll all makes sense to you. Does it make sense to you? Might be questioned about it is. How did they determine of what are one million dollar idea would be in the first place? Yeah maybe they're one million idea is are like three dollars idea like maybe early possible. I'd like to Chime in here. Basically e the the lowest a amount the lowest value case. Maybe something that the listeners would love to hear and it would still make podcasting but isn't necessarily something that rapport Akiva want to podcast about. Okay and then whatever we end up with whether it's what's in our briefcase or what we take from. The banker automatically goes on the wheel correct. That is correct. Okay it is on the wheel it gets a spot and it could be an offer it could be the case at the very end so it really is you know. Use it or lose it situation and what happens if the first offer the banker makes what if we love it and then that's the idea that we WANNA do. Could this game be five minutes? Shar you so another thing about the ideas that we hope that they provide some room for you both to tweak them and sort of add your own flavor onto them as well. So it's these these don't come with a set of hard and fast rules. Oh couch like the idea bracket where we were able to exactly it's very similar to the bracket and I think in the same way that Degel Klein ingests. East had to put everything in the bracket. We've done our best to make these ideas according to the value. There's you know. There's some flexibility. Even amongst the three of us. There was a lot of disagreement about the value of of said ideas but we had a pretty good sense of what were the great ideas. Things were really excited about. We think you'd be excited about. Those are the highest values and the ones that we'd be really excited about. Maybe you wouldn't be so much. Obviously those are the lowest values and as Liana said. I think for a lot of these ideas. Let's also keep in mind? We've been on the wheel for a while now so we've had to do some adapting of ideas some repacking cases so we also really committed. Says you know you're getting a half baked idea and you're going to have to take that pizza home and we'll help you bake it the rest of the way so anything that includes some production to it. We will once again commit to helping you on the back end to realize the you either take or the case that goes on the wheel so this is truly the digiorno of podcast ideas exactly in many ways. Okay all right. Akiva so what we need to do. Pick a case okay. Wait tell me when we're starting the show because I'm with the podcast like fifteen minutes ago. I I was here is your fifth time. Liana when we start the episode of Your Boarding. I know in the episode starts. But I haven't intro you guys go ahead okay. Hello everyone. I'm Leon Boris and welcome to wheel or no wheel. And then there'd be scattered applause here today. Our lucky contestants are hoping to leave. Today's podcast with a great new idea for the wheel but will they be successful. This game is a slippery slope full of twists and turns that. Keep you on the edge of your seat now without further ado. Let's Meet Our Contestants Rob and AKIVA AKA uncle key. Welcome to wheel or no wheel. Yes now rob your Al podcasting host extraordinaire. Pose a little bit about yourself. Are you excited to be here today? Sure My name is rob sister. No I am a new original New Yorker in living in Los Angeles for fifteen years. I have a married to the love of my life. Nicole sister and we have two young children Dominic and Anthony. Who are really hoping that dad brings home a great podcast idea so it sounds like you're really playing for your family here today. Rob Yes I'm literally carrying them on my back now you you brought one of your co host with you here today. The CO founder of the thirty two fans. Podcast and Robin Kiva need a podcast Akiva. Welcome to the show. Well what an honor. We just so psyched to meet you for the first time. This is exciting. We'll just shake my hand and all right. So are you ready to play? We'll or no we all your thank you okay. I'm definitely ready. Yeah Hey rich. Show is much more dynamic. Okay all right all right so we know. We know the rules of the game. We have these twelve available available cases. Each have their own idea. So let's kick things off and you both will pick one of the twelve cases to keep as your case number. Is it going to be favorite number Besides the one we talked about with Dr Mike. Yeah no not really no. Yeah I I would have to have like a root for a Sports Team. That had like an iconic player. Yeah well we're like you didn't play any sports an organized level in like El Nino high school. Not yet if you did what would your Jersey number of. Let's say you got first pick of Jersey numbers? Worry explore this recently. I don't think so now with young. They made it more for Wigley Probably ask you though seventeen. You're so you're seventeen okay. But that's too high for this twenty six twenty six either Okay well you have to pick a number from one to twelve. Those are still the rules. That has not changed. What about Twenty Six? Seventeen is nine. We pick that okay. It sounds good great. Sounds like this number has a lot of meaningful use. Yes we're going with nine. Okay so Robert Akiva you have chosen case number nine to be your case so now you will both eliminate three of the potential cases on the board. We were the idea and their value. Okay case do you wish to eliminate first what number? Don't you like Akiva? Let's go but at least favorite number. Yeah ooh that's a good question What's least favorite? What number. Two two eight two two okay so we are removing case number two. Ej Lebel Klein. What do you got for us her? Okay Good luck guys here. We go is the two hundred and fifty thousand dollar. Oh third-biggest we'll was it. Can we find out absolutely so inside? This case was Robin Akiva. Go Down under much. Like many great talk shows before like Ellen and Oprah Robin Akiva. We'll take a metaphorical trip to ours and do a whole show with special guest host Shannon. Gus Ooh That's it. That's a tough one to lose guy. Yeah I Roberts. Crying is yeah. I get to do the all Australia podcast. Well we had talked about doing an Australian. Tv shows our trash and I did ask. I would love to get Shannon Gus on the podcast and I said Hey. Do you know Australian shows Enough to do this and she said assuming she did because she lived in Australia Old Life. And she's you know watches. Tv and she said no just Australian survivor. He's so focused on survivor. That I'm not sure she. She may have missed all the other shows. Yes okay all right now. That's off the board all right. So there's there's now there's there's still a million and a half a million dollar case up there so no need to worry yet. What case would you like to remove next Let me see who were all? The other Yankee retired numbers. Well there's a lot of them. Babe Ruth is three right. Got No issue with a baby. I'm fine with Babe Ruth. I'm not against Babe Ruth. Yeah trying to think. Like the most loom There's a guy who gives baseball cards Robin in my in my synagogue just like entertain the kids like there's guys will give out candy and there's a guy who gives up baseball cards and because my son has been established on the show is a troll. Who wants to tell me that he likes the Yankees? And the mets asked the guy to give them. Yankees but usually doesn't because I'm friends with no Yankees but today he got a Yankee out of him. He's like look. I got the best Yankee and it was k. ago you can have K- ago so jeeter's to Lou. Gehrig is for it. He's fine Joe. Dimaggio's five oh I hate Joe Torry. He's six okay okay. I hear you're picking case number six. That was also Mark Sanchez. Yeah all right. Let's pick six. Yeah all right. Let's pick six inches favorite number sixteen. Yes okay model. What do we have our good luck guys? I hope this works out. Well for you opening up the case and it is. It's the one penny idea any idea. Yes what if we love to say the L? I feel quite certain you're not going to love it That was a Robin Akiva. Get shut up. Tim's Robin Akiva. Turned the entire episode over. Shut up Tim are you ready for a takeover move beyond that episode Greek. We get the week. You dodged a bullet there. Okay all right okay. One more one more case to eliminate before we will get a phone. Call from the banker who tim didn't put up his own real money for this episode. Because he's always trying to pay us for some reason must be very well. Yeah he put the one sent in the case. Okay all right so we've gotten rid of six. We got rid of to go straight Yankees or do you want to pick some other. What are the Yankee I feel like that the Yankees like played before I was alive. I don't really have any With with most of them. Yeah Manning was ten. Yeah Okay you lie. Keep them out of the hall of fame with victim. All right off to retire is case number ten. What do we got? Okay opening case number ten and it's the one hundred thousand dollars figure is fourth highest one. It's an idea you've heard before but we were gonNA make it happen. It was gonNA be libra season. The stars finally aligned. You'd get jenny autumn onto recap to talk about astrology. Read Your Time. Everything was going to happen to you. Is that a tear. I see rob but you don't get it and now we don't get it but rise around rob you will libro or or a cancer or something else. Libra both Lebron's engineer. Autumn is is Johnny Autumn Is that why? Is that why we get along? Because we're both Lebron's rob I think so. I think that's a like Jordan is probably like Sagittarius or something like that. I don't think Sagittarius Sagittarius. That's my favorite so and then with these ideas that we can't pick them. They're a year BAN FROM THE WHEEL RIGHT NO I. I thought that that was that was the case last time but that was a different. I WanNa talk about that in the mistake so anything that we didn't pick then we could just put them on the wheel in the mail bag then. No I think Rob's right you it we can't do it. Which is it which robs right but six month band absolutely stakes otherwise. Just put it on the mail. Anyway I do want the year ban is over basically for those. I WanNa talk about some of them in the mail. But yeah that's a good idea. I'm with rob here. Yeah it will. It'll hurt to ban them if we love the idea. But I think Yeah all right well. It sounds like we're getting a phone. Call Yeah Okay. So this is the the sound of when the banker was going to call an audible. Could I change the phone? Call the banker to what my personal ringtone is which is way what is that. That was your response to Dr Mike Joke about. Why does Dr Pepper coming to can? But that's not really a ring tone. Yes it is. That's your ringtone. Yeah nine oh by it all chroma. Laurie fine banker. Okay all right. Hello yes you sure you want to start off with that. Offer all right all right guys. I have the offer here from dunker. The offer is Robin Akiva. Become Extreme couponers expert comes on and learnt to learn about extreme cu bought to teach you. Expert comes on teach you about extreme couponing and maybe even attempt to extreme coupon that week. Okay Akiva Sandra Diaz twine the guest. She an extreme couponer. I like being a big supermarket savings person. But yeah spoiler that she doesn't win because then she'd have four million dollars. I mean she's been an extreme couponer. No she could have a billion dollar shave. I feel like it's still yes I don't I don't have any desire to be an extreme coupon. We watch the show extreme couponing. I don't mind watching that as like a Episode seven type thing. Yeah well we don't know what's in our case. Yeah could be anything could even be extreme couponing so we'll are no wheel. Yeah I don't want the game to be over yet. I don't think this would be the worst idea for a podcast to do. Can we get a dollar value on? What is the estimated worth of This PA question. I do not think this phone calls outside but I can try. It seemed like an contacted the banker here. The banker is telling five hundred dollars. Five hundred dollars dollars right. Yeah I thought it was worth more. I'd be more interested but that's yeah we still have a million out there on the wheel. Yeah we could have the best idea. Okay so if you turn down this deal you'll have to open up three more. Katie. Let's close the case. Yeah so no. We closed that case. Those that say no wheel. Are we GONNA no no? He'll yes array all right time to open up the next case Keep what episode of the podcast was music videos. I think it was two right now and adding game also three than three Music Guy. Who's been through our case number three case number three all right? Good luck is opening up case number three. And it's the million dollar. I Oh sorry guys. Fraph well The million dollar idea. It's a building on the success of your catchphrase tournament. It's Robin Akiva. Sellout you flesh out your brand completely you get your very own mascot which might turn out to be Liana. Boris you build your merge you get Social Media Account? Maybe some sponsors build your own instagram filter. We would even we. Were GonNA get a marketing expert to come on and advise you but not going to happen? I'm so sorry guys that's A. That's a tough one tough one. That was the top idea. Best idea but million dollar idea up right and the swint Yeah No. We can't quit so we got a deal or devastated. We lost that million dollar idea rob. I know we have to wait and I offer from the banker. Now you have to open up to more cases cases okay before you get the Okay let's see how about Well what else do you think about these numbers? Should we go for good luck? We've been going for bad luck. This whole time okay. What's a good? What's a good luck number? Joe Namus number twelve number twelve okay. Number twelve opened up the case. All right good luck guys case number twelve. It is the ten thousand dollar case. I'm still got the half a million ten thousand dollar idea. It is the British Slang podcast much. Like the millennial slang podcast except British. How we're going to host that we haven't heard back from Tim Wilson. Right route that I may have some updates on that okay. There are a lot of people I believe in the universe who watch nothing but British. Tv would love to come to Bitcoin as part of the British lying podcasts. Yeah but it's got a ban now. So bollocks I was watching the biathlon rob Yeah my my true love which Someone else on this podcast. I won't say who also really likes biathlon and but no spoilers because I haven't watched today's championships yet. And then the announcer Sychev the bits and I thought that was like a joke thing but they actually really say that they're okay all right. Okay Open One more suitcase here case okay. Anything else. Jump out to you know you pick. The number was Gino Smith Number One. No wasn't he's like a nine Gino Muni or do you might have. He may have been seven seven seven. Okay seven alright. Case number seven opening up the case number seven and it's the five hundred thousand dollars. Roll real rough guys. You're you're really picking them. That Yankee Strategy is working out for you okay. Robin Akiva play. What's my line Robin Akiva? You'RE GONNA play the popular game. Show from the fifties and sixties trying to guess listeners occupations. There's a ton of people out in verse in the rap verse. Who have interesting jobs that you know nothing about you? Try and figure out what they do asking only yes or no questions and get a guest to be on the panel with you but not anymore wants things guy to come back all right butts. It is time for a call from our banker. Okay Alright. Hello Yikes who guys bankers not please. Is that good or bad? Yikes well let me let me tell you. Let me tell you. This is what the banker is prepared to offer you. The ranking M s excel functions with Chester. As your guest. This is valued at approximately fifteen dollars. What we've got all the big ones GonNa do. I don't know if people aren't looking at the board ROB now. They're twelve ideas divided in six six best and we have five of the worst Still there and only the the fifty thousand which is one of the lower of the best ideas. Now so it's bed and excel guy or is he a google sheets guy. That's a good question. I don't know I I'm not sure he claimed. He's not actually graded excel. He just he just makes charts all day. But he's not amazing at formatting boy. Chester did have three moments in the best of twenty nineteen. Our special think that could make it that he has delivered on the podcast yet. Were gesture told a great story in this week. I don't know if you heard that story. I thought you could say on the curb. Your enthusiasm podcasts. He's all the great story which which was on the what. I'm not saying that on our guys to go back and maybe you might have to go back. I think it was a voice note. Yeah I don't have. You learned any like Jewish terms from that WHATSAPP group by the way that I can remember. No yeah a lot of times people will say something. They'll like try and explain it but yeah so we have to the teacher. Ob- some some distance No I don't think we're gonNA take this what's up. I think we're GONNA this. This excel idea. I think we're GONNA keep playing okay. No WHEEL NO WHEEL. No wheel no wheel all right now in this next round you only have to open two cases for you will get an offer. Okay that's good anchor so let's pick our first case all right so we have one three four five eight and eleven available. You have one or four zero. Three off and eleven. Okay yes okay. There is a game board. Rob Do you have the link? Oh it's not open. I have a sheet of paper that I've been scribbling on. Hold okay all right. I'll take a look at that. Okay all right. Let's see if that changes. Maybe that's why we're doing so bad because I don't have the rob this whole time. You weren't analyzing the board like Yes okay if you're analyzing if you're studying the board. Then where should we go? Akiva WHO's allow Mark Messier guy when when the rangers run. You think you didn't get into like I don't know it's such a big thing when the Rangers were good in ninety four. You weren't into that. Yeah no no. I wasn't that was like the biggest honestly if we could talk sports for a second this that was the biggest championship. I think of our lifetime just for a New York team. Yeah the panel is riveted with your Mayo Rangers. Talk Jesse's I think lives near Canada. She's revenue. She doesn't their Canada if anything outside the Long Island and Westchester New York City in New York is in your cat okay. Canada all right. We just pick eleven and move on with this year because of Mark Messier. Though sure eleven it is opening up case. Levin and it's the ten cent idea just one on the board guy fake and it's an idea. I think you're excited to have dodged it's Robin Akiva. Finally Watch skoll no not going to do that now. You're not it's not in your case to watch scum and it's off the wheel for a year now. No six months ono. Sorry than we be. Honest Liana you've been on this podcast you listen once in a while. So don't you think Robin me learning Norwegian so we could be able to watch. Scum was the best possible bit for the show and rob that chuffed to bits. Don't think it'd be great that nothing is more fun than sitting in on someone using Rosetta Stone. So first of all duly go kill my was like we learn the language without mentioning and what they come on. And we're just fluent in Norwegian as someone who does not speak Norwegian. That would have been a very interesting podcast to try to listen to. The listeners would have had to learn region to understand them also. Yeah I hadn't thought that far ahead. Yeah Ravin AKIVA universe. All Learn Norwegian Robin adopt a language for a year. Yeah case in cases in the background there's five cases left only one of them is worth more than a thousand bucks. Yeah Okay any of these jump. Alya I think three was the million dollar case. So maybe four is really low back El Cheapo next to the million dollar. Yes okay case number four. I would like to say first of all that. These cases are randomized. I don't play games here but we're going to open up for. It is the case another lower case. There you go okay and the idea. Inside this case celebrity tweets are trash much like the hot takeoff listeners will submit multiple tweets from celebrity tweeter of their choice each round of the tournament that they survive a new tweet is added for consideration. The only rule no political tweets. Okay would you like that rob? It's fine but like you don't like people out like we could have upset some Stan Army. I don't know like David bory honest. Joe Rogan on is already gave given US enough beef. Yeah okay all right so I guess it's it's time for another deal time for an offer from the banker. Okay all right hello. That's what Howie Mandel as I watched so much dealer. No deal in preparation for the the fan. I didn't know that you did all this crap. I've seen deal or no deal as being a human being watched television. You really understands alright. So banker isn't happy. You guys knocked out two of the lower value ideas. So here's what the banker is prepared to offer you. This idea is called Gen test. Fans fill out a survey with questions and Robin. Akiba get to use their answers to guess whether they are boomers. Gen X. millennials or Gen Z. So he will build the questions we can ask them. Fifteen open ended questions Robbing Kiva. Get to ask for answers to five of them. So Jen test. This is your idea. I think it's a creative idea. First of all I like. There's something there I just think. After the first two quizzes it would be very boring Like I don't know sustainable for a full episode even though I do think it's a smart idea. All right so they were GONNA say no wheel to the contest. Okay all right so yes let let me now let me get your final answer. Robin Akiva. We'll were new wheel. No maybe all right all right now. We're getting down to the final cases so in this round you will only have to open one case before you get another offer from the banker. Keep it's possible that we could still have the fifty thousand dollar case. It could be lowercase. The Robin case could be number nine. That's possible yeah. Okay all right. Let's open up case number one because of the mood hated Matt Lewis Castio. That's right. Maybe early favorite met Everybody knows what you're talking about number one all right. Let's see if Louis let he always. Yeah a pop-up inside the case is the hundred dollar. I this is One idea we had to modify because we were on the wheel a little bit. It's Robin Akiva. Ring in the New Year but since it's for the New Year it's Robin Akiva ring in the Persian New Year. So you're going to celebrate another year Religion around the sun and a Persian New Year's March twentieth. It's a perfect time to take stock and make some New Year's resolutions and we feel pretty confident. Could come on and help you out with that. What would that entail? Podcast very stock of you. Know it doesn't matter because you're not gonNA do okay but basically you know we just do a little year in review. See Our doing sit down. I think really the bulk of it is to make some New Year's resolutions. Robin play more wheeler no wheel. Did you get up Julia to agree to this? Before before Putting it on and also what's up with his catch him up to Leon. I feel like Leon. It's gotTa keep who you off the wheel now so she could be the only five time. Yeah I think it's pretty fair to say that none of the special guests that we offered in any of these ideas were discussed with anyone ever get. Shut up Tim so It's a tough one very busy man. Okay so now. I think we're getting a call from the banker. Oh wait okay yes. Hello yes I can hear you now all right. We have an offer from the banker. Now this idea is Robin Akiva. Have Soggy bottoms. This is where you watch the great British bake off and discuss I think thoughts Kiva your big Pie guy. Yeah what if they they make us watch cake cake? Episode is their perspective guests for this Liana. Yes but it's a secret okay. Is Soggy bottom a delicacy that British slang British Slang podcasts? Back on the wheel to know what we're talking about. Maybe we merge them all into one. I'm going to Chime in here. Soggy bottom is something that you do not want when you're baking so think of a pie ever wanted to think of any scenario where it's really impressive. How like the banker can talk at any point but she also calls sometimes. It's really way Boy What can we make the season three episode seven of the Great Bidders Bake off? What why would that change your perspective on us because then it's lower stakes than it's just because we need it we have another spot for as the voltage going fish bowl. It goes in the FISHBOWL. Well I think that you're now changing up the stakes of Wheeler no wheel. Why would I don't think so? Let's let's ask Leon or the banker or your your that. The whole point of this show was that something is going to go on the wheel. Where it's definitely GONNA come up. He's the Asheville not on the wheel. I think the FISHBOWL is on the wheel. But then that China now the the Fishbowl is you know has escalating can only go up to seven and then has a one in thirteen chance of coming also at this. Let let me make a counteroffer. It gets the real anchor. I'm the Here you're counteroffer okay. Okay what if it gets three ping pong balls in the fishbowl? LemMe Lemme confer thank our real quick while Leon confers with the banker I will say. The counteroffer is actually a part of dealer. No deal now. Oh Wow okay okay. Can PEOPLE TAKE LESS MONEY? How shakes my hand? But can you talk me through your as your partner here. Can you talk me through? What what's your end game here is it. Do you WANNA do soggy bottoms. Or it's like hey I feel like I can bury it in the fishbowl. I would never say. Berry in the fishbowl especially on the air but what I think is it is. It's a low downside idea right. I think people will be excited for it. People like that show And we're not stuck with the disastrous idea. Not that these ideas have been Astra's but we still have the you know the ten cent idea on the wheel right Or the one dollar on the wheel You know that we're not stuck with an idea. That's like a total clunker. Look I think US getting stuck with an idea? That's total clunker. I think is the best case scenario for the listeners. Yes having us have to navigate around the potential clunker on the wheel. I think only gets people more invested in this story so I feel like that the British bake off is not a high upside. Okay fine I'm not. I don't disagree but I also think of it's in the FISHBOWL. It's not the end of the world I will say. What can we make a deal? Let's ask the banker and the current. You know their team if this if we use our veto inside dea can it go away for good if comes up on the wheel and you use your veto. Yes if it comes up on the wheel and we use veto can that be? Can it be gone within a lawless society? Let me hold on the Constitution and see what that says Well we we don't have one yet. Yes but I don't know why veto all of a sudden could kill an idea well because this is a spell podcast this is. It's coming out. This could be a troll idea on the wheel so yes you could so I don't know all right. I like that. You're trolling all of the constitutionalists listeners. Who are already in an uproar that this podcast has no constitution Could next week depending on what happens in the mail bag. The bankers defended that these ideas are not as good or not as special as the other she. So every podcast is a special podcast. Yes that's our motto side ball short officials right. The banker turned down your your deal counter counter wheel so no wheel from the banker okay. Let's pass on the soggy bottom. Okay no sign. I hate the name we would have had to change the name. But let's pass bottoms seven all right time to reveal one case. Okay all right. Should we do number? Five in honor of Leonidas fifth appearance in honor of Lamb's fifth appearance. Let's do five all right. Reveal case number five. Okay we have options are the one dollar case. The one thousand dollar case or the fifty thousand dollar case and inside is the one dollar is we avoided all the real one dollar. It's kids shows are Spooky Robin Kiva. Watch things that scared listeners. As a kid and talk about what's actually scary. Edu Dot some examples. I would use pants. Are you afraid of the dark maybe? Et No no. Don't even say the word I won't like Edward Scissorhands even say that I showed that to my kids. Also the other day I was afraid to say the word Edward SCISSORHANDS. When I was a kid I thought I would like conjure words. What's the name but Edwards scissorhands as one every once so the thick I don't know But yeah this is like bloody Mary though if you say his name three times he appeared. Definitely somebody questions scissorhands though. I don't WanNa hear logistical question. Yeah yeah the bathroom situation. They're like how I mean that's among many. Yeah Man all right. I think we're getting a call from the banker. Okay Oh the banker. Yes all right the banker. Now you guys have the thousand dollar and the fifty thousand dollar case. I the only two that are left so the banker is willing to to give a little on those. This is the first time we're in a decent position. This game yeah. We have a little. We will hand here The the little foam hand scissorhands fifth feeling the pressure. So here's what the banker is prepared to offer you. This idea is called the mark. Burnett Bargain bin. Oh boy where with this idea? You spin a wheel to select one of the bad. Tv shows from Mark Burnett pirate master. My Dad is better than your dad etc and discuss one episode of that show I like this. Can I get a readout of all of the the Mark Burnett? We'll do do. I am bags with Mark Burnett. Please yes yes. We can do that while you guys looked can. Can I make a deal or no deal point to rob? Yes so we have left a fifty thousand dollar idea and a one thousand dollar idea right. Yeah so the average of our ideas left if we were playing for money instead of ideas. It's twenty five thousand five hundred They always offer like in this scenario for like nineteen six. They never offer like close to the middle of of your average. It's always like way below because I want to keep playing Okay let me let me give you. Some of the shows that are included. Bully beatdown combat missions. The how'd you get so rich on the lot the restaurant Rockstar Sarah Palin Alaska Earn Stars and Stripes toughest cowboy and wedding day. Is this a full complete list? No problem again. Because they didn't mention like actual challenge. Did he do kid nation? Also he can could be included was he was he can nation or or was that survivor. Jason. But it wasn't him. I don't think he was kid nation. Yeah I like the March for nearly oh Yeah it's you know. Mark Burnett hit if you home runs. And he's definitely struck out a lot. Yup this is intriguing but if it was hypothetically an episode of the contender. Is that a good podcast brutal. Yeah but some of these ideas might be good. I just don't know all the shows. I think I'm hearing from the banker that they will let you pick and choose these shows that can go onto all right okay. Well that's that's that's interesting thing. Now if we say noted this then we're basically just playing a coin flip with the fifty thousand dollar idea and the one thousand idea yeah. Yeah what's the person at home hoping we do? Do they want to hear the take this deal or they? WanNa see us go for the glory. I think they wanna see go for glory. Yeah glow. Let's close the suitcase on the mark. Been Fine with this but I agree I think the way. Yeah okay. So let me ask DEA WHEEL OR NO WHEEL. No no wheel no. We're we all right now. Era Palance Alaska. That would have been fun to watch them. I don't know what that is but Sarah Sarah Palin not to get political like she's disappeared you know she's an Alaska. I would have thought she'd be like in the trump cabinet or something. She is just like totally not in in like the the world like you never hear anything about her. Podcast idea the rise and fall of Sarah Palin. Yeah All right more thirty two thousand two K. we've two cases left You have the opportunity to either stick with your case case number nine or swap with case number boy. I feel like we should stay with. What bring us to the dance? Rob What do you think I should we? Swap never really understood the logic of switching. We've come so far with nine. Yeah I feel like that. You have a better sense of the odds Akiva. Well the odds of fifty fifty missing something. We're getting we're doing one of these new ideas right guys okay. Is there a third thing out there that like like a deal middle version or or these? Are we doing these? Two ideas No you had the deal. One more deal yes. Is it saying we're doing eight or we're doing nine? There's no there's no third. Thing anchors very angry bakers Angora wanted to Cuba. Cuba made a decision without fully thinking about the consequences of any Trying to bury the idea into the FISHBOWL. Come on yeah. That was a that was a good plan. People were all right. Let's let's stick with the cash though how about this okay yes. I think. There's more suspense. If you guys randomly tell us the two ideas and then we sort of say which one we want and then you tell us what we got. What do you think about that? I think that there be more suspense. If we told you the two ideas and then it goes on the wheel and you don't know until it comes up which of the two I now know because listeners don't like not getting the answer. We did that once when people were Very true true more suspense. But yes angry mob. Okay all right. What do you think about their up? Can we hear the two ideas without knowing which one we got? And we'd say which one we want and then they tell us we got it or not no. Let's open the suitcase. Let's let's not reinvent the wheel okay. Okay what did we get? Okay tell case. Do you all want to find out. First what you didn't get. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Tell us what we didn't get what you did not get. Was this fifty thousand dollar. I'm sorry you guys should have made the switch at the end or maybe made the deal with the banker you ended up with a one thousand dollar idea and you tell our viewers you did not get was Robin Akiva. Anita pod Cat Robin Akiva rate and review the cats of listeners and search for the official Redknapp cat. First of all. I want to give any cat anything less than like a fourteen out of ten. And why don't we just rate how cute their children are like? Tell tell people like their babies. Look and stuff. Geez man you guys could have had. These great ideas probably blew that. Oh Oh now very year. We can't even get the first year. It's unbelievable we could switch. Can we do rivals Dr Robin? I do want to name the Listeners Dog Rob. We'll funny you should say dog. Although I will let me just add that you see this week that a listener named Kat Akiva. Yeah it's pretty wild. Yes now I. We have not gotten clearances reaction to the cat's name. Yeah although curse McGinnis Did rain on the parade and said well. It's just a rescue cat. So the new home will probably give it a new. That's why she's not giving the five timers club anytime soon. Liana they could keep what was in your case. You ought to know that you are still. We're still trying to get over video. Podcast what would you be interested in naming a dog rub? I do think that would be fun. We could get. We could get Jennifer Moss back from baby. Names DOT COM name listeners. Dog If listeners getting a new dog you wouldn't want to name it. We need the baby name. Experts named dog. I think it would be funny to make come on or we could get anybody it could be. It could be me and you. We don't need a guest naming a dog we could get dominic and noam back to name a dog. That would be fun but I think their band they have a year. I think we have to get better. You think yeah. I know a certain banker who is a really big dog fan and it might alleviate some of the pain of turning down her offers for you to have her on to talk about dogs. Think she's very busy getting married. I'm not sure she wants to episode. Yeah I think that having a person who was good at naming dogs would defeat the purpose. We want someone who like ideally isn't even familiar with the concept of dogs. Yeah I I don't even know why we would need that person. We have two people who are would be very bad at naming adult naming a dog if a listener will let us name the dog. I guess so. I think ruins parents should have to get a dog and let us name the dog ending that story. The they should have to get like a wolverine. Alright so I guess. Let's hear about our case. So your newest idea added to the wheel. It's the one thousand dollar idea in the name of it. Is the twenty twenty winner draft twenty? Six hundred raft. Okay that's right in this. Robin Akiva will draft team of potential winners of prestigious prizes. You're going to try and predict among other things. What breed of dog will win the Westminster Dog Show? What state will win the Miss America Crown? And what he will win the championship in a sport to be named later could we? I'm not totally out on this idea. But I I do think we need to workshop. What we're drafting sure. Now this is. I don't hate this. I think we can spend this into something. Yeah Yeah I like the name more than the description I know. I think it's I think they have the right idea. I just think like rob. You have to know doesn't like we don't care about which dog breeder we have to like. Think of one dog breed. We can name I but like dog. Breed wins the the what I mean that might be funny for like a minute to draft but I think we can name. We could name things to win. Twenty twenty also. We could draft to win the year in the win in the ringer podcasts. At the end of the year. Who's GonNa who's GonNa win the year share? The REAR ARE OPS. Now that they started their own survivor podcast. I walked into more mainstream survivor coverage on that show do we try to. Why would you WanNa be guests on that show? Shall we start like Hey I would? I would say that I would rather have the host of the Of that podcast. Riley on on my podcast. They I mean sounds like they talked a ringer staffers about survivor. I would maybe get Riley on. Yeah because of if he's up for it okay but okay. We're predicting the winner of any elections. Right no I don't think so and we can do whatever you want. How about how about this DJ? Okay we on Jesse's than rob what in listeners sending things and we draft. Whatever we want to like. We'll have a google doc and people could say drafts this draft. That will have a hundred different ideas and we'll draft. You know the five that we like are the ten ideas that we like I think the idea that we came around to on this that we really liked was that you have a basket of your team. Your bench include Miss Alabama. Okay try like that. I like the auto tune top okay. How many winners get right at the end of coupons so people will say who's GonNa win with same idea just instead of a draft a winners I? I think it is similar to the draft idea that believes in the wheel waiting room and honestly I think with a tiny bit of tweaking. This could be the best of the ideas. Okay happy all right all right so we officially have our idea for the wheel. It's the twenty twenty winner draft. Yeah and we could. Maybe tweak the name a little bit also if we think about it maybe a listener better pitch but I like the idea I will say by my favorite idea. Might have been the one cent idea where we just give. The podcast showed up dim for a week. I think that could have been fun Okay but I liked all the. I think they did a good job. All right it would have been it would ruin my week to do like eight of the fourteen or eight of the twelve but I think Yanna Mandel. How did we do well? You still ended up with a bottom to your idea in the one thousand dollars by it. It seems like you really made it your own. And that's what we're here. We're all about here on wheeler no wheel good. Dj Lebel Klein and he Thoughts about wheeler no wheel should always a sequel mechanism. I think we'll we'll consider that I think we're GONNA go back. We'll talk with the banker. See if we have any way to that we WANNA punch it up You know you guys missed some great ideas that just flew right by So it's a good mechanism to get a lot of ideas out there and you ended up with one. You like so we'll see if they're listeners. Liked it What do you mean we missed ideas like that? We didn't get them We didn't pick them. Yeah I you know. There are a lot of cases. You Open Great Ideas. That just flew right by you. I mean you guys could have had a pod cat right. You could have gone down under you could happen over at the Persian New Year. We don't even know what that is. I would've taken the Mark Burnett offer. I don't know about you but I ended up with. This was one of my favorite ideas. I think it could be a lot of fun. Should we take in the wheel of Mark Burnett over the winners of Twenty Twenty Akiva? I think we have enough things on the wheel or we've done enough pockets. Were watching something and the two. We considered where the Mark Burnett and the Great British baking show. But I think those were both fine replacement level at worst ideas but I think this has higher upside that we're going to pick a team of winners and we'll track the year all right. Well look. I appreciate the ambition behind wheeler no wheel where it was high-concept high upside. Yeah it was so we had originally come up with a bunch of these ideas in what like December of last year while ago. Then people kept suggesting ideas that he had to keep replacing them out really annoying. I want listeners. Just the banker into this. Just I feel like that you were getting angry with Akiva and myself as the Game went on. I gotta be honest and say I'm obsessed with the idea of naming dog and I know a lot about dog breeds and that needs to be an idea young but yes just trying to like you know adding a third option when there are two cases left yes. I don't know how it goes. I didn't watch dealer no deal since like the first week on the air when people are watching. I don't remember well. There's certainly a hidden case with two million dollars offering us sort of like after each round like what about. I don't know I I don't know exactly how it works but Glenn came to. An understanding here came through our senses. Okay I will say I think it was fun. I think you guys got that million dollar half a million dollar case out real quickly. Yeah we're playing catch. Yeah in some ways ending up with a thousand other case You know was On House money at that point yes. This just goes to show. You shouldn't pick cases based off of sports. Yeah that was a bad idea. Okay Akiba are we going to do a mailbag still today? Yeah I think we could do a quick meal I know this was sort of a mini mailbag. But we have. We have a lot of time sensitive stuff and things. Because we're GONNA wait for two weeks. We have to talk about so we can. We can do a little bit different type of mailbag but yes okay. So from the wheeler no wheel crew of that open invitation to stay for the mailbag but also I totally understand. People have lives not today. Not No life dinging survivor fairly almost always says. Alex flasher says that that it's a ball or move to say now I'm good and leave before the before the mailbag. I'm not that cool. I think I had to do that on our game night. So you've done John Muller around all right. Let's get mail bag all right here. We are mailbag after. We'll Orono wheel. If you're just joining us you missed out on a very fun game. Okay so you your loss But we're here to talk about some more ideas Akiva. Yes we got a bunch of ideas to get through but lecturing. Let's start because we have some relevant parties at hand. I wanted to discuss one idea in particular that we have pushed off for a year. And it's about to be unbanned after next week's show and that is if anyone remembers an idea that was in the poll for when we when we played the idea bracket we had one idea that one and then we had a poll of four more ideas that also got to be on the wheel. Okay and I think what one ended up becoming a Robin Akiva solve a murder? Maybe because it started as a mystery show. I think he sang. That came out of it too. But the idea that lost by like a percentage point was called. Meet me in the middle and Okay. Yes you know go to listeners. We'RE GONNA go to Omaha Nebraska. Yeah so I think now with a with a years time and people have sort of pitched ideas related to this and we have three other people involved with the podcast. Who could who could. Who could pitch in and help us out here? What do you think about the idea because I definitely think we could get listeners to go to the middle of the country say Omaha Nebraska? What do you think And I think we may be the great Lindsey Wilson and a and a team on with this also when you think of the we send a bunch of listeners and we have them play some sort of game we have like a mini reality show in Omaha Nebraska. It's like the amazing race audio or something okay. the amazing race in Omaha Nebraska. That seems like a little overly ambitious just to go back to the original idea. You wanted to send to random people to Omaha Nebraska to meet up have a lunch perhaps and then tell us about their adventure meeting up now. I think that now you've gone. You know what I wondered could even get to people to go. I think we'll do volunteer. I was underestimating. How much people are willing to Omaha? Nebraska seems overly ambitious to attempt to make podcast out of people playing a game in Omaha Nebraska. Any any of any of the crew have an idea one way or the other on this. Well it sounds like you would need a team on the ground in Omaha to record. The game wouldn't be happening as well or would you like the dating podcast where they record the audio. We need one person there and I think we'd get that person. Well how about this? What if rather than they're up to recording? Why wouldn't we have them call in? And then they're they're the guest on a podcast and it may be like a season three episode seven but they went to Omaha to be together to be on this podcast. So they're going to Omaha and they're like me down at like. What was it like an outback? Steakhouse Chili's or something I was sure applebee's Applebee's yeah. Nah I don't think we were on Applebee's at that point where we. I'm pretty sure we could go back. We could check out your check. Yeah Sean Searches Three applebee's an Omaha Nebraska. Okay you never clear your searches through. That's going to get you on a list. Everyone I feel like I clear my searches through once in a while. I wouldn't still be there for you. Don't want your wife to find it. Akiva applebee's Nebraska. She'd be like. Why are you going on Brassica? You have a girlfriend there. I was like no. It's worse WanNa do. We want to make a case for myself of like a mental defect. They can just look at my search history Iraq things. I've looked for So by the way I like having three people on because like if we are sometimes argue about an idea rob now. It's like the people could be like who's right. I keep up with over rule us so I don't know I think there's something there. What is it though? Like what could we have people do? So you're saying you have like an Omaha. There's a lot of stuff there. Yeah it's somewhere in the middle of America get right to the heart of the matter to the heart matters. Most I think more structure of chiller. Because I do think that we need a sequel to recapture like I think that was a really great podcast. Well I think it would be interesting. Okay I think it's great but I think it would be fun to like. Have PEOPLE GO OUT MEETING OMAHA? Did he record a little bit while they're there and then come back recorded? I mean I don't know what exactly it entails. Do this be the beginning of the best friend because we have the best friends thing which we still haven't set them up. Can we have a couple of best friends? People who may be right in now and say like I'm willing to go to meet my best friend nome Alaska. And if we get people who Lindsey Wilson has taken over by the way the best friends thing also from Kirsten. Well it's good because what Lindsay did that was so great. Is She planned it? She built it all and you guys had no idea. So one way of doing it is he could send people to Omaha. They could do whatever they did in Omaha and it gets edited together and you all will find out. Live on the podcast. What happened in Omaha did the best friends or not but the big question is why. Is that an episode of this podcast. That the that the show is Robin. Keven Nita podcasts. Now we're just going to listen to the story of two people who went to Omaha Nebraska just because their listeners to this podcast that I feel like that. It is very much like a high variance episode of like. Maybe they're the people were maybe it's kind of a boring story. Okay so you get all of the listeners that are going to be together in Omaha to then perform much. Traveling bards the sleepover podcast from venues throughout Omaha. And then that's how it becomes related Keeping you wouldn't just want to interview the two people that are in Omaha. What if what if the two people are people who are also sort of put up together as best friends and like so? They're meeting for the first time they meet for a few hours. Maybe like go do something and then we talked them at the end of the day. Sure they maybe already did something. And we're and we're talking about could also game a little bit weird while they talk they have to find out because we're GONNA ask them like questions like look literally newlywed newlywed game. Like you just met today. You know if you answer questions will you know? I don't know we'll pay for your flight. Hope pay for your lunch. Yeah you guys are stuck at home out for the rest of your life. There's something here okay. I think it really would depend on the casting. Yeah Okay I'M GONNA I'm Gonna I'm going to confer with Lindsay and when we speak to everyone we can add that with the best friend finder. Podcast we can say like. Would you be interested in going Omaha Nebraska to meet with your friend and if we find the right people maybe it's a lot speaking of Omaha? Is there any update? A Robin Akiva travel plans for this year. Yeah it's very tricky because without boring people my life is very influx right. Now I have to after move the summer. Can I bore people like we have the place where we live is getting sold? And we're moving somewhere August I but we also have to leave before August which means we have to move twice. Which is a nightmare. We might move twice a summer so like my whole life is is a disaster. Do you want to check with Nicole and see if you guys could move in with us by when I tell me here? There's a very next couch in eastern Kentucky that is taking people in very. It's funny because we burn the cash. It's funny because like it's just two months but it's annoying like there's nobody who just move to like if it was like a week like all right do an AIRBNB rotel. But it's very annoying anyway. Nobody can open up the mailbag to people around my work show. That might want to know we're fine. We're fine it. Just my point is like we were moving to them. So I don't know the I it's a little bit like the Real Life Oregon trail. Yeah that'd be good. Maybe we'll split up like the six of us will split up and then we'll we'll come back together in two months we'll we'll have various each go to different listener. The real winner gets my two year. Old Son turn. It's SORTA like wife swap away right. I don't know where you go. You'll get shipped off to live their families. No we're fine. I'm joking but we what's called so I assume there's no option. You don't want to do Memorial Day. This is the first. We're talking about it. Nobody will I just well. I like I literally just found me on Thursday. The only thing 'cause my my I don't even know if I could say this so then maybe it's more of an offline. I somehow more complicated than we really. Yes but we have to. We have to. We have to talk about because people that want to come out there. They also want to try to talk about their travel plans for for the summer. But it's an ongoing conversation also have the income working on the Olympics. But I'm not sure yet ten things up in the air right now. Okay all right all right what else. Okay okay so that was under Brassica by the way just you have the same ideas I have. So if there's any idea you like you can read lowered one but you could sort of find an She has a list of the same ideas that you have. She is the list of the same ideas. I okay all right. We don't even I literally have. I don't put that on her. I just just as does a very nice job of compa of keeping the form steady with all the years. You have bequeathed the list to her. I bequeath to list of Jess. How about this? This is. This idea was submitted three different times this week. Rob Okay okay. I have it from end Nicole tweets but it is certainly not from your wife. Nicole must be good. She said the idea is well. Her idea was getting to TV. I'd like to hear podcast rob interviews. You AKIVA listeners. Could some questions more about you? For instance you know. How'd you meet your wife tells about your Bar Mitzvah where you go to school all right? That's a starter but to other people had a more specific idea of they want us to an ama where they'd send in questions and we'd answer them it'd be Robin Akiva. Ama that was submitted by three. Different people In the last two weeks since we podcast okay. All right jess you have all the same ideas as a kiva that. How interested would you be in A. R. A. A? God I think the acronym needs work. I mean I think it could be interesting. I just wonder if like we already know so. I mean to be fair. We know a lot about rob just because of any patron knows a lot. Any person knows a lot. 'cause you're on podcast constantly don't know as much about Akiba I would say well. Let me just warn. Also people that are gonNA write in because you might ask Akiva questions. And then he answers them and then you will be called bully because some questions about life out of curiosity lease held by the well do you. Do you know how to write a check and me? Please yeah yeah. And it'd be a roast of sorts. I'd imagine yes so you should be careful. Somebody wrote when the when the woman posted that she named Named her cat after me so people were saying the cat. No tie their shoes like the cat in my wife. I showed it to. My wife goes really funny. The cat has never gonNA leave his house. No that's your concern. That people are going to Roshni and Ama that was a one time thing Yeah so you like the Ama idea. I think it's fine. I just don't think it's that excite okay. All right there used to be all that's been proposed at some point and then it went away and it's always been in the back of my mind. I don't think it's on the actual spreadsheet but I really like the idea. I believe it was a listening Kevin who had it where it was like an audio as grim that you guys what happened to that. I don't know I have to hear from you. Know I think Digital Bill Klein may have been involved in in the in in sort of playing it out. I don't know Kevin I forget it was. I helped play through it and Kirk Clark and it was good is really good. It was really on. I thought always for an audio like medium. I thought the way he did. It was really good in that people would like go back. Liana or are we sleeping on the so? It kind of reminds me a little bit of the wife question idea because he's kind of where you guys were getting to know you a little bit more no more about your lives so it kind of just depends on whether or not that's interesting people. Yeah okay interesting. If you're not feeling it we should only do that. We both like even. If you're but the escape room escape room idea. I guess we could. We could talk about. We talked about that by the way the Kevin said. Yeah you know. I played it for Kurt and Jess and they really liked it. So then I D M Jessica Leeson. I was like hey. How's the Audio Escape Room? And she was like what the Hell and back and forth. It was like who's on first. Oh maybe she meant she suggests like just east. I feel like it's just a lease choose Jessica lease and And so I had the wrong chest. I was and just east. That's confused. That could be it. Should we put that on the wheel like we have like? We did like went on. Jeopardy's that Jessica lease or just east that's a BNB game. I replay use that next time. You Have Justin all right. Okay do at Liana or DJ. Do you guys have any more ideas? We use all our ideas for wheeler no. They're not just a just mainly. We got one offer idea that you didn't get to hear. Okay which which will. We'll certainly offer to you here in the mailbox or in the listen to your listeners suggestion. Yeah Cosmo Quiz with Liana. You get to all of the fun quizzes and COSMO quizzes. Okay decided on Biljana Boras I before we submit I like to. Can you give us the I? Can you name some Cosmo Quizzes Forest Liana? Like I want to know what we're getting into. Let's see so some of the potential options by the way you keep a guy intrigued. Yes okay I'm in Thomas still exists like the MAG- Magazine Publishing Industry has not you know soured to the point where COSMO has stopped publishing. Well I'm not entirely sure. The only way I've ever seen magazines apart from I guess. In the grocery store is the the miles to mags from united constantly emailing me telling me to convert my unused airline miles into magazine. That Celtics remain. Don't but don't if you fly so much you like meat magazines the airport. I feel like that's the only encounter magazines yes L. There's COSMO magazine okay. Target Demo of COSMO magazine a Women's magazine. Yes but like an age range of like the COSMO is for woman who is how many years old eighteen to thirty five eighteen thirty five. Okay you know. The Teen Vogue has gotten very political. I know that in vogue is all over the Internet with like hard left. Cosmo is not politic. It's the view of magazine. Does seem seem owned by the way this reminds me and rob. You could take this out. If you don't want me mention I think you'll be fine. Do you read it. That is active now. Yes how is it going so I don't know I haven't I wanted to bring it up. I it's it. Has Almost one hundred people already read it dot com or whoever it is slap Yeah but be nice there. Okay give me policy. Yeah okay all right so I really like the Louisiana of you came onto the podcast. That somehow got yourself at sixth appearance by her. Sixth appearance can't be until after the live. Arena up because the shirt the hats go five timers club. I don't I'm not going to get her second. Okay now Liana. So these quizzes. How will we take the quizzes of like if if the quiz the hypothetical? How do you keep a guy interested or with request? I'd say right right. Yes that is correct. How are we doing this or we just answer answering this like if Akiva and I were women? What are we doing to keep a guy interested or trying to guess what other people would say? Well I think part of that is up to you. How do you want to interpret and we were dating guys what would we? Can you give us options? Also can you like come with a bunch of you know and then give us a few options and then we'll be like that doesn't interest us but that does right exactly? I will come with an array of quizzes that we can take and essentially all administer the quiz. And then I'll reveal your answers and what that says about you like oh seventeen to twenty four. It means that you've got this guy right where you want him. This is definitely right in your wheelhouse because i Google cosmo quizzes and the first one that came up was quiz bra or Bikini. The line between swimmer and lingerie is blurry AF L. is thirty six. You're in love win loser Bra Man. Yeah six you're in love the millennial way that that could help you know Robin. I could find that foreign love. That's good I mean. Is that a big question of Bra or Bikini. Like are you trying to decide like in the store? Is this abroad or a bikini or is that like a function thing like well. I'm going in the pool my going with a bra or Bikini. I mean I never thought it was very difficult but this quiz is apparently from twenty seventeen. I click it says service is a little bit of a of a take here. Yes I'm on COSMO DOT com slash quiz. They may have stopped doing quiz. Or maybe cosmo doesn't exist anymore because all these quizzes on the landing page from two thousand sixteen quiz will he be great in bed like these are from twenty nineteen? How in Love Are you? Actually we can. Do we know if he's going to be good and why I'm on its boilers for the Liana podcast? Yeah Okay Drake is your boyfriend. We become an honorary raptor or spent summer sixteen. Getting late night calls. Okay movie characters boyfriend. What does your age according to Your Social Media Habits? That's good okay. All right well these COSMO quizzes are going to be so much fun. I can't excited. I'm excited to put it on the wheel rob but another wheel alright. So pending one week waiting period all right so we got to the one waiting period also applies for the For the idea we put just put on because we have to sort that out a little bit the twenty twenty twenty twenty winners podcast Let's do one more idea from From the listeners This is from. Giovanni was submits a of ideas on twitter. Robin Akiva have never listeners. Submit interesting embarrassing. The embarrassing and fascinating things they've done and if Robin Akiva done it also have to donate one dollars to charity. There's like never have I ever the podcast okay. So can we get an example? Can you guys think of one like he didn't? I don't think there are examples. But it's like I've never you know the murdered a or whatever they're sending in stories so it's like it's like hey I've Pirated a a movie a- and then if we've done it we have to donate a dollar and then I guess like a dollar to charity. And then maybe whoever has the whoever loses as the donate the most? I don't know I feel like I'm intrigued. But I feel like that. This is probably I think needs a little bit more structure or maybe someone wants to take the take the reins of never have I ever. Can you guys think of interesting never ever ever example now not really that game you know I mean we? We saw it on survivor. Africa that it can get interesting sometimes. Yeah yeah any any that we wanted and I actually happened. So what if a listener wrote in and said Okay So many times before I go to work in the morning I will tie my shoes and so then I would give a dollar and then Kiva wouldn't right exactly but I think that would be more. It functionally less like day to day. Like I you know. Yeah in sometime in the last six months. I've gone to office to work like rob the neither of us. Yeah Yeah I don't think it's all right to every like every day like I've gone to the bathroom last twenty four hours. I don't think it's like day to day stuff. I think it's more like a juicy stuff. I don't Know Okay. It's supposed to be scandal and I think there's no one's scandalous you've come to move into the Rotunda. Tv where scandal central baby. Who Okay all right. So are we ready to talk about what is on the wheel? Okay Alright let me. Just add those to all right so season. Three episode seven is now at once. Is that right? Yes okay okay. Coin Flip all right. We have not had been a while the I think we. Oh Yeah we haven't done it. You GotTa get choice. Yeah People's choice we that we haven't done very rapidly movie diaper spot. Okay Mount Rushmore. Longest People's choice a third wheel. Okay this is what I was thinking of overlap so we put an idea on the wheel or we had discussed an idea called the pot off. Do you remember what the part of? Yes you the one idea. And then you and I both had separate executions okay. Here's my idea and I think it's great so please like it. The Pot the pot of comes after the third wheel bracket the third wheel bracket will now be you and I are each searching for a partner for the pot off on the third wheel bracket I think it gives the third wheel bracket much more structure. But are we picking a third and fourth wheel and then the winner of the pot off gets to beat the correct? Yes but does okay. So I'm picking my person and you're GONNA ran your as they're coming on. Won't it be very awkward? When the third wheel is events Shalit's chosen and then they would be my person versus your person. Well they both they could both get you know. We could give them both spots if they're good. That's that's not that's not an issue. They're just parts already getting an episode. Because they're both down the pot off and you know if they're good they could get ten episodes. I don't not Ted because we ought to you know wouldn't let Leon. I don't like these podcasting tournaments. I can't say I'm a fan. I mean there's Robin Akiva. Muda THIRD WHEEL IS. I think. This is a really good idea. I think it. Yeah but that's fine but you and I are agreeing on on on a person as opposed to now like now. We're doing two separate show. It's me if it's me. And you know Jay Smith and it's UN. And you know Diana Susie Smith Susan Smith if she if Susan loses its could be if Jay loses the Susan. It's GonNa because I was bad whichever show we got was bad. It's not going to be personal. And people are some people say like. Oh well this then Joe Smith one because he was with Kiva and Susie Smith Didn't win because it was a bitter jury. Yeah that's fine that's fine Susan's louder. It like if if you the problem is to you might be setting yourself up for is if the the winner so the let's say it's a key person. Then that person comes on is the third wheel they may always side with. Akiva and then always a disadvantage. Your inherently biasing decisions. The third wheel isn't isn't like a decision making idea. It's just like hey. We need a third wheel to help us with this podcast. Yeah but you're setting up a potentially tense situation. It doesn't need. What are we nit picking? This is a good idea. Yeah I don't I don't think so. I thought you like having like this kind of drama in the we already have been served you'll bracket which is the side enough now. Also the third wheel bracket so random person comes on. Jesse submits herself to the bracket. She's not eligible because she's an official employee but she she comes on and she could say. Hey I like to be considered by Kiva. I'd like to be considered by rob or both or whatever it is and so then you're picking their also picking us on the third wheel bracket right now. The third wheel bracket needs like a catch. And this is the catch for the third wheel bracket. I don't like this idea because then then you don't like the third wheel bracket altogether. I think it well fine because then who are we paying for the pot off? Like how are you? How are you going to select your person for this pot off? I think you're doing your podcast and I'm doing my pie. But how are you many like how you know how it depends what the subject is? We don't put. How do we know what the subject is? Well we have a wheel of ideas and we also have a ping pong ball fish ball. And that's how we pick ideas for this pod off is to ideas on the wheel either that or it's a season. I said it's the episode. Seven the why are you asking? I don't remember it's been like seven weeks since we've kind of all right all right. Yeah so is the season three episode seven. You pick somebody anybody you want to be your your you WanNa like. This is supposed to be my fun. Podcast where people aren't getting mad at stuff that we're that we're doing. I wanted to like start like a few new. No one's GONNA care. I think your first of all your jekyll. Yeah nobody ever cares about any time out rob You're rejecting like thirty thirty people. Let's say thirty people call in for Robin keeping you the third wheel. We're rejecting twenty nine of them for the we're just rejecting one who we mutually whereas the sight word who is who is the winner but this is different of now. Now doing podcasts. With one person you're doing it products with another person and then we were going to have everybody trying to link it then. What if what if the pot off guest is the same for both of us to keep the variables even right now? That's that's now. Whoever wins the third wheel bracket which comes first third wheel? It's not even tournament. It's just an episode vagus. Do a podcast with me in a podcast with you. And therefore their feelings aren't hurt. They don't lose. They win either way and then and then you know but the only difference is you know you'll be talking about Alpha. I'll be talking about perfect strangers. What are you know? We took the same show doing the same. What we can't do the same complicated with the same people I think. Maybe it's not maybe it's not. Let's say let's bring in our pants right and I like the idea of having two different podcasters one with each of you and talking about the same show. I don't think I agree. I think we can do to guess about the same show. Boring better do the same person too. So that's the same episode being podcast at twice but it's time limited thirty minutes. Yeah you do you do the same show but you do. One group DOES SEASON THREE EPISODE. Seven and one group does different for an episode but one could be better for podcasting. I think it should be the same show so same show but but should survivor is ever seen CIANCI. Same ingredients different result. Yes I think if you really didn't want to risk it right let's pretend season seven episode three of CSI whatever is terrible. Well then just pick whatever episode you want just have to the Sh- show which is different episodes of it. Yeah but one could be a a really good one and one could be not not as good. I don't know why we were re-litigating the pot off. I think that the question is should the pot be married to the third wheel tournament? I think I feel pretty strongly about this. One that they're different. Those are different things I think. The Pot of the appeal of the pot of is a listener is that you don't know who rob is GonNa pay. Who AKIVA IS GONNA pick. What's GONNA come up? I think the surprise of it is half the fun and I think the third we I think the issue. You're trying to solve a problem. Which is you? Don't know what the stakes of the third wheel tournament on fix. That just fixed it. Everyone's aiding what can we pause the third wheel term in the pot on week and try and solve this? Just not not let be picked this week. Maybe genius nap read have have a better idea in my mind. The third wheel is basically. If there was a week where you are I was unable to podcast and then the third wheel is able to come off the bench like on the today show. I don't know who that person is at at this point in time. But if holdout or Savannah was unable to be on the seventy years. Coury though she's on she's on the machine on the fourth hour and they would never have told. Kathy Lee thought it at the ten o'clock show. No I believe it's Hoda and lock. She retired stated I liked. They used to get drunk every morning. I didn't know that right. I mean is right. I didn't hear about it. You know you figure like that day not that I watched the news but basically they have somebody who would come in and then beyond beyond the panel there at seven the kickoff the chace meeting I just I personally thrown out roker sometimes even though I might be voted here in the sense. That rob has more votes than I do. I I think the idea of todd casting about the exact same episode with the same person is just completely insane. Obviously but even podcasting Zach's him episode with with a different person. I don't love it. Well I think that with the same person would be bad because then like the same person's GonNa have the same way not to me. That's a non starter but even just going back to the pot off. The idea was sort of like A. You know you're you're the project manager for your thirty minute version of the PODCAST on the project manager for my thirty minute version of the PODCAST. Who comes out with the better finished product? The audience listens to about okay. And let's keep in mind that you know rob Podcasts about fifteen hours every week of the same episode of survivor and it works out. Just great There's plenty of punch up in the hills to mine a Mine. Up In those hills win the health. Okay sometimes yeah Liana and Jordan. Keilor'S YOU'RE GONNA make the same joke okay. So that will happen yeah. I'm so sorry a person. I have a lot of friends on the Rene Reading about Leeann stealing George comedy. That's true all the time. We're GONNA regret this so we could keep it needs a week. Lick the wounds. So let's let's in wheel purgatory for one we can. We're we're going to solve the what. And so you know. The third wheel would would exist for Aquinas. Like well you know on. My family doesn't have home right now so I don't think I could podcast for two weeks like this. Should we stop doing this? Show like we'll show you know. Yeah Yeah you may seem very dire you know me and my family are GonNa live in a car. I don't know if we're GONNA find hottest. Okay well we gotta get to you. Know the twenty twenty winter drown though. Yeah Okay there's an idea robin Akiva down by the river with family. Okay yeah they would love that. Let me just make clear. This is not like a financial thing we just happen to have a different move in date. Plenty of money not to break all right. Let's go wow. That was major. Okay now I know I didn't WanNa take any of the deals money money all right all right. So what was on the wheel again? Yeah what else there. So we've put pause on the third wheel tournament. Probably keeping the verdict Menorah. We give the listeners nickname sequel mechanism. Yup. What's in two and part three? That's the Constitution. Never has and the Power Office. Now has a one week cross. The cosmo quiz is on a one-week station period as the twenty twenty winner draft. Okay there's a lot of things on the wheel that cannot be very nuts. It's a small wheel. I feel like Kiva conspired to me happen. I know I'm not rooting for. I'm I'm Antonio get ready. Okay all right all right now. Going to be for episode numbers. Seventy one of Rob Nikki. By the way. Just think no survivors. Seventy seventy one. Seventy two is coming up and then AKIVA. Do we have to put anything new into the fish ball? After survivor came out of the FISHBOWL. We do yeah we are. We taking submissions for the FISHBOWL. Tweet oh I have a list. You want to hear them. You have a minute to hear them quickly. I did compile a list of I have a minute. I'm kind of season three episode seven ideas. I have to remember idea on their. Let me give the. While you're looking for that. Let me let me give out the email address of people. WanNa send in ideas? Need a podcast at rob has a website dot com. Of course you can also check out everything that has already been submitted if you go to rob has a website dot com slash. We'll list which you can go and check out everything that will from. America has kept up with all the rejected ideas and everything. That's in the fishbowl crappy movie diaper. I think we're going to be working on a glossary at some point as well over on we got the questions for the new census list of OPS. Lots lots of great stuff. We ought to be this week. We have MEG Z. Committee who is on yes. Hi Take on the most recent renowned mailbag. Okay here's Yasser Very. Here's some ideas submitted by the listeners. Over the last two weeks about season three episode seven Rob Okay yes up with the Kardashians options with Nikai. Dan's I don't really know what your office I'm rooting for survivor. South Africa whatever bones bones with Liana? That was pitched yes. Hold off until you have that seven Growing pains WHO's The boss or Charleston? Charge you get to pick one of them. We're all of them. I don't know okay I like those. And what about for the pot off we do the flintstones and the jetsons so one of us does the flintstones one of us the jetsons? It should be the same. But it could be the flintstones different episodes or the jetsons different episodes or it could be the Flintstones with I am with ROB I. It has to be the same. Okay sorry stand. Why can't be the same episode? What about in general song the Flintstones? The jetsons like my kids. I I showed my. I showed my kids in episode of the Flintstones because they saw them on the fruity pebbles box. They really liked it. Really Fred not the woke Aski- in town the flintstones probably holds up better than the question is the Flintstones was fun. The kids actually. It really liked it. They wanted to watch more anything. Strike your fancy. They're keeping up with the conditions. Passions bones growing pains. Who's the boss Charles in charge? I I feel like that. The eighty sitcoms appeal more to me in terms of season's episodes sevens and the and the fishbowl and I think what would make a good seasons rapid seven but those we might have at this. We do a poll growing pains. Who's the boss charge in whichever wins gets to go on the FISHBOWL CHARLESTON CHARGE? I'm not want to grow pants because we know we have to figure out who. The boss is famously. We don't know the boss right. I don't think that Charles and charges Has his great theme song should have been in the TV theme song. Not but I don't think it's a super iconic show I feel like it was a syndicated show more than it was. It was always on. Are there any Charles stands on on the panel? I don't know I guess Jesse says a big Charles in charge person. I don't think I was alive when that was a break and I don't think I've ever seen it. We ought to have you seen Charles in charge. I cannot say I'm a huge Charles in charge. I think Jay show might be funny like just because it's not as good as WHO's the boss was winning emmys. I'd like to join the panel here. Never seen an episode of Charleston Charge. But I have seen almost every episode of. Who's the boss? Yes don't spoil boy who the buses would be better for. The seasons represents seven Yay. I I think that there's more talk about and then Charleston charge. I think it was on for awhile. I think it was sort of like Yeah and I think that almost everybody involved with Charleston charge having issues so she went growing versus the boss. That's the poll for the thirteenth spot. In the in the FISHBOWL If you want to have the flintstones and the jetsons in there for them Okay sure why not okay. Great so that'll be the poll for this week. Okay all right episode number seventy two. We're going to spin the wheel and see what comes up all right here. We go episode. Seventy two a lot of bogeys out there. Okay and season three episode seven. Okay all right all right the the names of the twelve shows okay and then you could pick family matters. Small wonder Alf Gilligan's island the muppet show with else. Cooper the real world. I don't know if we maybe put that on Yacht. Us I think. Busy Gilmore Girls Doogie Howser m D. the Brady Bunch entourage boy meets world and Glee. And we're trying to avoid the boy meets world and Glee at the end because the mats have poisoned the fishbowl. With those two shows okay. What are you The three guests quickly small wonder. Okay have promised Puja the spot on family matters so this could be very Oh okay I thought that Jamal shipment made a change. Come on yeah you know who is out. Sorry why did he make a case for news? Podcast just say Julie excited matters but I now. I'm even more excited about that. Family matters on would rather really matters is in full and was on the episode. He's like well. I'll do that well. That's part of the poll family medicine. But then it got like four percent of the vote. initial guests. So what did Jamal Shipman? Who was a survivor player for people? Who Don't know that is well. He said that that was his show growing up. You know he tweeted at Bryce. Tim Sing the theme song. I did see that. Yes I am aware of so can be our official for that episode. I don't know it's doesn't have to say yes. We're not worse. Yes he did not seem to have the familiarity with Robin and giving you the podcast as some other survivors have had that he doesn't really I mean you. Just come on talk about the podcast. He doesn't need to say what season three episode Senator Clarence come on and talk about. Why was thinking hungry? Hauser clearance for the nickname podcast. Honestly I mean asking text Clarence as there any show you WanNa talk about with us. We could have Clarence Clarence in our universe. Now I heard I hear clearance is a big Mr Fini. Stan can have on. Boy Meets. World Glare whatever. Hey Clarence what's going on? This is rob. Did you WANNA come on and talk about season three episode seven degrees Jeff? Just sort of record that phone conversation we were white beforehand few ping pong balls short of a physical a okay all right all right. Dj Pick for season seven. I think of family matters would be fine. I do think Doogie howser M D though man. You could do a lot with that doctor. An open invitation ended up soda if she wants it. Also just which one was your pick I would say boy meets world. That means a huge fan. Can I just ask kinetically? Are we putting in the new idea into the FISHBOWL? Now Ping Pong Ball. Eoghan should've asked ten days ago. Okay all right all right. How would we do that? We have to be the ball would say you know and then the TD would be the Paul. It's actually a good idea to pick John. I believe okay The Brady Bunch. Okay there's a story okay. Do we have a guest. But if you if you could think of of Brady Bunch guest. I'm all for it okay. I just wanted to see on the FISHBOWL. According to will from America Brady Bunch. Yeah No Juliet is the Sun. So maybe some fish back. If it's a Romeo and Juliet yet. We could get Stephen Fishbach for that. Ask Them Yeah. I'm sure to it. Come on yes and you want to record that call like Hey Steven Did you WANNA come on and talk about season three episode seven of the Brady Bunch on Robin? Keeping you define. Who needed what. Yes all right. Brady Bunch panel reactions to Brady Bunch episode seven. Get hype guys. It's fine. I'll listen it's fine. I think it's better than Robin and Kevin Nita pod cat. So I feel like at the end. You need to rank your favorite. Brady's from there's definitely there's definitely a right and a wrong answer. Are you talking about like a. Brady's that are not from the Brady. Tom Brady obviously favor. Yeah I met the actual Brady family. Brady's like Wayne. Brady is probably pretty high mass singer alumni. Yeah okay all right so if we want to have any sort of Brady ranking we do that. Well like non non cats for next week ROB WE GOTTA. Watch cats at some. Maybe we should get it over with a week. That people aren't dying for the episode. I duNno I know. You're busy but we've got to watch it eventually. Okay we'll say look we also we honest here. We only on Mike a Cameo saying that. We're big dummy okay. You WanNa work out like that. Should we leave? Is there anybody that you wanted specifically from your we get surprise you guys? We want you to surprise us. 'cause I looked through the for like an hour and this funny people but I couldn't like lock in person so if a listener has an idea especially if it's somebody with like at least a slight connection to this show but just anybody that would be a funny cameo. That's not just like random survivor. Somebody let us know. Yeah so we don't want to just go with a reality personality right. We wanted to go get maybe had. Some sort of a connection to recap is baby on Cameo King Cake. One spotting of of the Kacie B but the the kincaid baby. It's getting late. It's getting late in February. And we have not they locked. They haven't tweeted if the king cake baby makes no appearances in February. I think we might need a new ninety to stand something new this coming year. I Dunno stand tournament. We do have discussed last week. Also rob the The bracket bracket where we put like thirty two or sixty four different brackets in a bracket in in March. And the next week. Whatever wins. That's the podcast. You were fine with that. I think right the bracket but it was it was. Yeah I was a little punch drunk from Clarence though. I think it's a good idea. I think the bracket bracket would work and I'll submit bracket ideas this week for brackets on twitter. Guys like Kevin. Sorbo a huge fan. Why why are we asking giving Sorbo? Isn't HE HERCULES CAMEO? He's I saw Kevin Sorbo in our price. Range said we said it was fifty or under. I thought he's sixty. He's a little expensive sorbo. I'll tip in ten dollars. Yes does Mike like Robert Wool. Isn't he jail for murder or is that somebody else from his cell. We have to take that out inspectors. That who I'm thinking of. I don't know who's Roberts he'll specter. Yeah Robert Spectra might have all right all right. Let's wrap this up okay. All right Dj Lebel Klein What what's coming up for you. You have any one-off that you're working on to gate question you'll have to listen to the wiggle room to find out but needless to say this season has a lot of one material a lot of material. Okay of course. Dj about client. Where can people follow you on social media share if you WANNA follow me? I am on twitter at. Dj Lebel clients spelled like Brett La Belle and Adam Klein neither one of them Okay all right. Of course just east. Where can people find more from you? I'm on twitter at the just sterling. Okay of course. Big WEDDING COMING UP. This fall the of any details that you can share with the listeners. It's a big wedding all. Yeah so still a lot to do. I mean if a keep is really interested he could fly over here. Come but there's not much to do in upstate. New York an infant romper. We invited to this wedding. I don't understand what she said. It sounded like Kiva Rob Not rob indicator. Can I heard I heard each other's plus ones some so we we can't well. We're going come to. Yeah what's the on that it's over? Seven rough what is it a Sunday? Yeah it's a Saturday gentile. We should be sending listeners instead of Omaha. Should we just send them to wet? And Yeah Yeah well. I know that my brother is getting married on October. Twenty third in a long island as you just want to do. Yeah Yeah Yeah you know we love you know that I have to. That's that's a lot of traveling. I have to figure out towards the PLOP. Yeah survivor season. Alright let's see about ethnic macaroni. Liana count with I would I mean technically counts. I would just pick like someone really cheap and I don't know just anybody Lee actually very nice Akiba. Yeah you'RE NOT GONNA get invited till the honest wedding when she gets married attitude. Yeah trying to think of the somebody hopefully some listeners. Help US pick somebody. Yeah I want it to be good. Love cameos Okay Liana. You've so much podcasting going on. Yeah there's a lot going on so Putin I got together to talk about the Massingir episode four so that was a lot of fun. Definitely check that out or also. Mike and I are getting together with Meg's e-eh who's going to be. Our guest of course are a an all-star zee on the RHA P. B. and B. to break down everything about survivor and then speaking of survivor actually going to be on. Why blank loss yeah? What is this a crossover episode? So Yeah David is a guest on on the BNB for our preseason. So now I'm going on like law and so you and David are going to talk about the same episode of survivor that Mike the Somebody possibly being to rob here like he does like fifty of these podcasts. Like weird they're survivor podcasts. And what's up Mike? Mike Myself and MEG Z are all going to be together on one podcast And then David Jessica and myself will be together on. Why Blink lost or you're just a guest on gas gas blank loss and then I am still the CO host. The show but people will listen to multiple podcast about the same episode of survivor. I mean I think we should probably do different episodes unless one shot thing. Yeah Yeah it's not fair different show. We'll see we'll see but and then and also I'm getting together with Brett Walmart and Amman. Adwa to talk about the dragway season Queens. So we're going to be doing a preview episode to discuss everything that will be coming up the preview. The Premiere of that is the twenty eighth of February. Okay got me thinking of that? Were we supposed to do something with that? There wasn't there an idea in the fishbowl. Akiva that the drag race idea and what happened to Dr- Dream Data drag race idea you next. You didn't like it okay. I was wondering maybe it might have been. We could have gotten our dream. Daddy I think the issue is that the boys had already done it. We I don't know. Do you still want to do it? That was an issue no I I don't know we. We could do it. We could. We could put dream daddy on the wheel next week. I think it's too late this week. I mean Josh. Winkler is going to be crushed. If Dream Daddy doesn't come with wailers. Seems like he's up for almost anything recently podcast wise. We've been doing curb every week. Yeah we could do Dream Daddy. We could put that on the wheel next week and do it curse against to the playthrough. Let me watch that and if I like it okay. I just don't like when things slip through into the Couch cushions of the PODCAST. Yeah no I didn't forget I didn't forget I just thought we had sort of mixed Okay all right of course What's coming up on thirty three fans? We appear tournament is concluding this week. I'm trying to get chester into survivors concluding where it was a clear cut into parts because it took so long at it The which that's really I think the way you want You know You want to get people excited about something. It wasn't ready to go but five as later. I don't know I put say one part and then four weeks later second party so I have no say in the production schedule of of any podcast. I'm on I'm just interest here and Chester's I wanted to get into survivor and so. We watched the first episode of season six of survivor with survivor. The Amazon since he watched one episode. Yeah and let's see you know he could get into it and he really liked it. I think he's like I think he's good okay. He's take after. I was sort of a rule that he has a lot of questions about you and I said I will forward three questions to rob that he can ask during the season about survivor Amazon. Or are you okay that but So like he can't waste them though anyway but he thinks after episode that you're like I usually shy away from Anthony but in this case I'll make that you're like you were deceitful. And the first vote and that he's worried he knows he probably do well but he was worried. Like maybe you know you're going to be big target going forward because you were you. Play sides of the fence on the first episode thought Now what made me want to spoil survivor but easily stopped listening by this point? So I think we're okay. Oh that's right. Yeah Chester I think you fall asleep listening Taylor cotter okay. All right so wheeler no wheel is in the books. We'll be back with episode number seventy two season three episode seven of the Brady Bunch. Of course thank you. 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Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 10, Episode 3 Recap: Artificial Fruit

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Curb Your Enthusiasm | Season 10, Episode 3 Recap: Artificial Fruit

"So check this out word that who through this crazy party in Beverly Hills with literally all the biggest reality TV stars. I'm talking about all the Bravo Lips. Candy Barris Porsche Williams. James Kennedy. Jack's Taylor even captain Lee and Kate chastain. Here's the genius part art. If you want to find out what happened at the party you have to watch the commercials. Yes I know I'll be tuning in and then signing up for a free trial to get my favorite reality. TV SHOWS AT HULU DOT COM. Doc Curb your enthusiasm season ten episode. Three artificial fruit is over. But we are are just getting started here on the curb your enthusiasm post show recap and now here. We are your favorite mother efforts. I am Rob Sister Dino back with Kiva Whitaker et Josh. Winkler why Let's see how we all listen. We all have to a taste test. You WanNa make sure you've got it right so you need as many mouths as humanly possible on this podcast. Only three were possible today. Kiva how are you. Yeah well to take people behind the scenes. People love the behind the curtains. Look yes I was willing to do four because I also. I didn't know if Josh was coming on. I did ask Alex Chester with us before because people will actually with weird is someone must be reading my. DM's because like an hour ago after this fell through called Apple. Google facebook was. You'll know I gotta I gotTA DM saying can. Can you do a podcast with Chester Wig. Ler were they like to learn about each other. It'd be very interested in that to be honest with you. It doesn't make that happen but I just genuinely I really don't know much so there's plenty of yeah shade would be if you didn't want to do and I think that's fine but the true this chester a lot of people call him a one percenter but I think he takes that to mean and how often he has his microphone on him so he didn't. He didn't have his bike on him. So I had to postpone until next time the idea though oh of US doing every episode of curb your enthusiasm this season in every week adding an additional person so by the time you get to episode ten at this rate okay we have what like seven people probably. I mean I think that could be fun. Yeah it's I I also I also did message last year and say like I don't think she watched less episode yet the second one because this this episode we're recording really well the episode because they wanted to avoid dropping during the super bowl or as the superbowl ended. Hbo Drop. Drop this episode on Saturday. which I don't think they've ever done for? We talked about this last week. We were like. Is there going to be a new curb day. No we didn't they announced they thought we would probably go up against the wall but this is the new the new era right yeah got HBO go. They just voted out on. Hbo Go and Yeah Watch at Your Leisure Akiva. I know that your big sports fan do you think well they do this with the super bowl eventually where they drop it earlier people on the East Coast and started to stay up late. It would be a good idea. Somebody they'd have good tweet yesterday about like. Oh I got a screener for the Super Bowl and it's great you guys are going to be decided man okay. So they dropped it early and I think a good move Josh because I thought I really enjoyed this episode more than episode to well. I think it's still kind of burying in. It's bearing down on the directions that we talked about with episode. We clearly are in a season where lots Larry's is really going to matter. The ongoing saga of Larry Navigating gating the metoo culture. I think is going to continue to matter just because the person who has accused him. Is it decide guest. Yes okay she dead. She does Josh to me. I couldn't help think a previous. Hbo Go Sunday night. In in another time it was like the death of Joffrey. This was the purple wedding. Wow Oh my oh my God I know I know it was hit in Pie. Where's My cup error? where my wine? Hey who poisoned the scone. Did you see earlier in the episode. I mean I guess people should be very wary of that I chew reporter and what he's putting in his his scone mix. It's no it's no good. You would have thought that maybe the ardal artificial fruit would have gotten him in the end. And if this as a cliffhanger. So much in terms of Alice's continued survival. That felt pretty clear. Cut that she's she's deceased head. James Pretty much straight out at the end of the the question is what happens to vary date. Ed who is embroiled in me. Two skandal now separate from Alice because he he he slighted laverne Cox very publicly and it's probably probably ruffled or rustled even a lot of feathers and on top of that now he has the dead body of a woman at his feet. What is what is going to happen to him from there? Everything is a big question. Akiva this headed towards perhaps like a Seinfeld esque finale in this season where jail. Wow Yeah Listener ask that of said that he I said do you think that she's dead. The assistant is dead and he said well maybe now. It's going to go for me too thing which I think we're already ready to be over with to a murder type trial and I think that would actually be more interesting for murders more interesting. There is some precedent for this. Now AKIVA has famously famously. been out. He was out on. Kevin Spacey Before Kevin Spacey was cancelled. Really good really really sharp. Grail flying. I'll tell are you. Well some add on I wanNA know I wanNA know gotTA gotTA protect it okay. This is good. Yeah so but this is. I don't know if you follow this in the news. Josh but I mean this is kind of like what's going on with Kevin. Spacey like a Punch Spacey. Accusers are Turning up on the alternate side. No it is very much like the Kevin Spacey stuff is like very much like David. fincher thriller is playing out in real life like it it really is like frank underwood like pushing opponents in front of trains basically is what seemingly happening and this could could be mirrored in curb your enthusiasm to some degree. Maybe maybe what we'll we'll find is a bunch of the people who have grievances is towards Larry and vice versa are just across the season going to find themselves. I was GONNA say serendipitous deceased but I don't think if there's anything serendipitous about that if you are deceased well let me just also add that any sort of mirroring I think would be purely coincidental was as a kiva ever has brought up just the time line and when these episodes were filmed I do believe were before. A lot of this Kevin Spacey. Shenanigans again took place right. Larry has the his if he has the Kevin Spacey. Spoilers Akiva then yeah I think I think because it was written and filmed Wa eighteen to twenty four months ago. I think I think we have to rule that out who knew that that spaces victims would start falling and this is pre Epstein world and things like that right or pre people caring about Epstein world because I think that was going on but yeah I I don't know I think she's alive. I don't think the show has the balls to have killed her off. I think it was great. It was to me the highlight of the episode. I like gas but it was laughing when when she shows up to at the end of the episode when Lopez by the way another stunner the episode ends with two stunners. I it is the elevator opening the two lawyers seeing that the assistant is dead with L. D. sort of standing there and then and then if Flashbang to directed bye. Cheryl hines. Yes wild. Yeah that's huge. That's huge note. No Cheryl appearance in the episode but Cheryl directly the photos is very triggering triggering photos and there in spirit of Cardigan as well. No I does. She did great. I think if you're going to rank the three episodes of season ten so far I would I would still put the premier number one but I would definitely put three to show. I think we're all I don't think that it's even close. I think three closer to than to one. I was light years of biography. So I think I think we're still in that in that in that in that mode where like So many things are happening on curb right now. That could be just one episode in the past ask like in a like a cleaner more streamlined era of curb. Your enthusiasm like artificial fruit is its own thing. And there's no trace of scones. I think it does still seem to be like this kind of shotgun approach to to curb this year and there has been in the past Akiva assuming if Alice is Now deceased I mean how does kirb avoid adjust having the same sort of Seinfeld finale issue that ends up just sorta like dragging out over the course of the season like. Are we going to get a trial we can get people testifying against Larry. We'll talk about the the next on because I for some reason I this this year I've had that on my on my screeners. It appears that and I think this last week. I do think we're getting a few episodes. Now are totally detached from the if not not despite store at the very least the story to story ormer investigation depending on if she's alive or not so I think we have a few standalone Epson. That which would be nice. I think that let's not go is say APPs. Let's not let's not do that. I feel like God God. That's no good but also that I mean if if Larry is part of a murder investigation. How do we do stand-alones yeah? I think that I think that that is hard. That next week is just GONNA have no mention of this whatsoever. I think would be a especially if she is deceased. I I can imagine a standalone deeper in the season but This is a this is a big bomb to drop if indeed Alice's dead I'm I'm just I just went back and I'm looking at it right now. I've got it up on my on my. Hbo Go on my computer. The doors are opening and I mean look at her body ladies right there by Larry speed she she does not look alive. I mean I think she's like an at best we're talking she's GONNA be in a coma after after. Yeah I think we could be talking coma. L. D. LOVES COMAS JOSH. Yeah that's a good get good. Yeah okay that's good and then is is the concern that she's GonNa wake up and she's going to misunderstand this like just you think that she will interpret this as this was an assassination oh and assassination attempt. Yeah yeah and I mean I think that Larry's brush with the fought wild last season maybe will Paint them even more dangerous than ever before You know he's got sort of some global dangerous renown behind him at this point. I think that the the question then is going to be well. Well we'll see your won't she. She wake up she is indeed coma. Tos with Larry. Now in what would be a very easy position for him even though it is the morally dubious position for him to be very much rooting for her to never wake interesting. Because that would make the issues like maybe nobody thinks that this was an assassination but then he's he's ruining against her or continued health. Yeah okay all right so we'll see also of course Let's let's talk about the artificial fruit and that whole part of the story. Josh do you run into a lot of artificial that is a trendy. I feel like that the panel. I feel like it was a trend. I feel you might know about it. I well so in my in my travels to Japan recently I was in like a district. Where were they make all of this different artificial food including fruit that you see in like the windows of all the restaurants in Japan so like culturally over there It's huge but it's usually used as kind of like a marketing gimmick of like. Hey come into the store this is what what we've gotten the stuff that they have on display in the window tends to look look eerily similar to like the it really looks like a berry like significantly excellent three d rendering of the food that you will actually. It's really really impressive. Impressive so the fruit that susie has in the Green Household It's like a few leaps beyond that in terms of the quality. Like this really. I did look like that. Looks like an apple that was like an apple that you're going to pick up off the table and and by I'm very very happy to report that. I have never found myself in a truly dangerous artificial fruit situation. And I think that Leon's Fury towards Larry having the artificial fruit bowl on the table was was well deserved as was Larry towards his lawyer. The lawyer was probably the most that was that was the most egregious of anybody. Nobody in this episode. Yeah a lot unpack here with artificial fruit and the garbage cans in this episode. Of how much is this a real thing. I keep any thoughts artificial fruit route. I think I've been to one when I was six and was probably scarred for meeting apples for a few years. I think we've moved past artificial society. It's like having whoopie cushions in unlike polite over cushions is I have not moved past. whoopie cushions? I should say if I if I see for a good whoop allegation CAC. I'm not going to turn that down. I think what might actually sit on a cushion on the really. It's all about comfort for her writer in her work robes. Yeah welcome to the welcome to the view. The view the view. Welcome to the welcome. The view. Welcome to the view that many times at least at least yes. Wow Oh god God a man I you have to check the future mornings at. I know I know you guys are very hip to it. So okay candidate up for for next week's curb your enthusiasm into the view. Please Josh in the whole thing. What about edible decorative cursive apples? Is this a thing is this like do you think it's a thing I do. Think it the thing. I think it's a very ritzy thing to do. I think it's a terrible thing to do. We have real apples that are just for decoration. The lawyer says it I o decorative. It's real apple. But it this decorative. You're not supposed to eat. It monstrous monstrous. I mean but I guess that that is like the mark of a of a man who is so successful that he has his his own private Nathuram on immaculate private bathroom then he also can afford to be so wasteful with with fruit to be. blithely wasting dinged apples acuity that was maybe code for not. Organic is a decorative but not edible fruit fruit. Get rid of all the fake fruits of all of all varieties. It's insane it's not nice. It doesn't do anything for anybody. Were canceling a right now. Cancel cancelled artificial fruit. I'm fine with that. No artificial all. I think the pro. The prospect of decorative fruit is nonsense to me. Okay if you're going to bring fruit into your home do you want to. Do you want to like story in a way that is aesthetically pleasing absolutely. That's totally fine. I'm okay with that but if you are putting it out there and you're not expecting certainly the inhabitants of the home but of course even guests of the home were guests at the office. If you're having edible fruit laid out in a in an aesthetically sleep leasing way to not enquire at least about the fruit. Then why do you have beaten Akiva. Could you put artificial fruit in an unlined garbage. Yeah I think that's the like if you want storage in a in a sort of a garbage with no bagging it. That's probably that's probably what you're putting in there like always I mean it's a waste of space. My mom by the way says I don't know I don't know what you guys opinion is. That kitchen is no place for garbage. That there I should never leave visible garbage in the kitchen because when you're cooking or eating you don't WanNa think about garbage in your kitchen is clean. You never WANNA see garbage can Akiva though far from me to be on like my the third or fourth ever podcast with you. Say like your mother's take it's terrible. I take your mother take us trash. That's a trash. I literally take out the trash. Josh how do you not have a kitchen in the garbage. You've got so much that you have to throw out. No she's got what she doesn't heat for her and then she just just a sham lectures a drawer that comes out of the jar drawer majority visible garbage. Yeah so I kinda understood in the lawyer's office. Okay that like hey. Don't throw fruit in here. There's an unlined wastepaper basket. Kinda got that was more confusing was at cousin husband. Andy's house they have a garbage can. That's my garbage. Can I have that exact garbage can. That's the exact garbage. Can that emily. We used to have one like that. I find it to be a little too narrow. I feel it's very narrow and I'm often often wrestling with the government's pulling it out of that thing. Yeah it is often like a A three minute ordeal to get a garbage bag. And it's more like a rectangle shape. It's not a great shape. I don't love it but we also were able to get trash bags where you really cheaply and we've only had to replace the amount of trash bags that we've had for it twice and we've had the garbage for going on seven years. It was pretty good. That's why because it doesn't hold that much garbage is good value good value. But why do they own this garbage receptacle and because as a keever reversed mom would say that you don't want people to see a garbage can. It's for the declaration. Artificial trash artificial contract. I think she didn't. She said something like we want people to know that we believe in garbage as what you said Pantry. What are they doing the pantry that they're just throwing garbage in their? This made no sense. This goes bad. That was a that was a nightmare take was throwing Rohingya trash out in the pantry so the assumption is that there's all this other food in the pantry and stuff or even like cleaning supplies in the in the Pantry but your stinking it up with your trash that's horrifying. It's a nightmare. It's crazy these knock right a lot of other storylines as as we've documented all season long. I in this. Ah Fees in of Kerber enthusiasm I would touch on a little bit on. Ted Danson is going to be general Lee in a new film Elm do we think. Is there a subplot coming. Where Larry is defacing confederate monuments coming into season AKIVA? I I mean it's mentioned before it's mentioned during the episode and he does go after the the dance. It's such a weird choice that they would never make a movie right. Where like where where someone is playing Ted Danson as the lead with with anybody? I mean. That's pretty good with like with Robert e Lee is anything other than like the villain. Yeah I think so. I mean it's good question. It's definitely possible. I just I think it was just a bit. I think it's like what would be the funniest movie too. Like they love fake movies on Seinfeld. We'll be the funniest unease fake movie to have t the Anthonys like what he played Robert L. E.. I mean I do. I do assume that will come back. My question is right before he connects before anyways. Next one of my question is that do you think it will. It will come back or do you think it was. It was here and then whatever. The payoff was just it. Just didn't it didn't factor enough and maybe got cut. I think I think we'll see the incident as Robert L. E. One more time. Yes but do you think that Larry will then be a hero or a villain for defacing images of generally season ten. No matter what Larry Does he's a villain either he's like a complete unadulterated a whole. Everyone hates him or he's actually right but nobody cares and he just and so there's no scenario where he's the good guy anymore Larry and and it's just like a a gentleman's understanding it's like people hate him for no reason or people hate him for like very good reasons What if he puts together a spite film? And and he he he self-financed Yeah Yeah Ulysses s grant Hulu miniseries me. We know he's got that Hulu money. Yeah good yeah but keep a please continue that I took you back to generally oh so So towards the end of the episode Larry Sees another commercial for the generally movie. Where is that TV? He's watching on. It's like in the middle of a parking garage. There's just like a ATV stand with the TV on it. I was so confused. Maybe I was missing something. Yeah I feel sometimes like Elevator TV but I've never seen a garage teepee. That is something that I understand it. It's crazy maybe you wait for that when they like Valet Park and you're waiting for the guy to come around with your car. I guess the biggest like our biggest problem with the episode ended with the had seen that ends with the literal cartoon atro- Three guys upside down kicking their legs in a garden. Gosh no oh just to go to the generally poster that Larry seeing when he decimates. Yes us when he's with Jeff at the movie theater that was it intentional. That Ted Danson's Robbie Lee is sorta like op the skating part of the The e because I thought it said lie I thought so as as well and my brain is is is not trained to do any of that kind of like tin foil Hattie conspiratorial thinking about. Where's the plot going on? Curb your in laws it to me. It's more like where's the plot of the general Lee movies like everything you've told about generally is no. I'm in the marketing saying of the film. You know I think that's a good point and I think that we could be. We could be looking at it. Oh listen I think that in in even in the curb your enthusiasm Jasim University got to imagine he's probably not quite as beloved a beloved of an icon as is right now. Thanks to the now concluded the good a good place. But you've got to imagine Ted Danson is still mostly considered a likable guy. Don't cast Ted Danson as Robert Lee. Unless you're going going to tell the untold story of Robert de Lis heroism So I think certainly the biker who Larry encountered in the season Premiere Mir. It's probably going to be there opening weekend. Yeah a lot by the way. A lot of listeners said rob that we are a little off on dancing it that he is a complete villain on this show show and that Larry is the one you're supposed to root for that Jane Danson's playing a big jerk of himself on the show and so that maybe he maybe. This season ends with dancing getting canceled. The Robert e Lee stuff and Larry redeems himself with like a pro union stance. Ted Danson didn't kill a woman on the show recently. Seeing seeing Ted Danson I get maybe like in earlier seasons at Ted Danson is sort of a smug and everybody loves Ted and Larry. Can you never get one over on Ted Danson but you know just based on recent events that Larry is far more horrible of a person and much more likely to go to bad place. Then Ted Danson. I think that's right but I think that the idea of Ted Danson presence on the show from the perspective of Larry as a character there is. Why does this guy get to get away with so much bullshit and nobody ever calls him on it? And I think like you can even point to something from this episode. Back to the premier when Ted is not interested in kissing Cheryl because she's cold and he's like he told me gets away within and it's totally fine. He's just gets to go on and live his life. Here Larry is Very publicly cancelled for not wanting to hug laverne Cox because she has a AH. I did think that that was fun. The whole Larry going to the fundraiser. It starts off with Larry survivors united. Yes yes Larry Are you working on the doodle Kiva. You had to known from the jump that one they ask Lari for the doodle that that's an easy one to See where that's going. Yes so I mean. There is a famously seinfeld episode called the doodle Where when George finds out that The girl he's interested in his Not doesn't care about looks I think I first of all did you notice. They had a Jason Alexander. Do I got excited that we're on criminal minds. I didn't I didn't notice what he drew. I just did it. Say Look at. JFK Junior. They just had a few random there. So I've got it paused right now. Tony Tony Romo has has berry lifelike. Fist Yeah Lorne michaels has a doodle. It's like a bunch of seashells. Or maybe they're severed ears. I don't know what they are. It's kind of weird looking looking has to do that. They had a JFK. Junior some someone in the Kennedy family. Bobby Kennedy Junior Bobby like the director. The director of this episode is Kennedy now. The director of this episode shorelines is married to a Kennedy JFK. Junior do I always. It's I don't know anything about the candidates I'm here. I felt like a door. You WanNa Open Mike you want to go on Kiva for like saying JFK junior like you're opening the door for somebody to go on new about a similar gaffe down the line. I think that we should leave this. I didn't know that Josh cast in my my realize he's confusing me. Another Kennedy. Wha- I was I was just very surprised to hear that JFK Junior as one of the people that potentially had made doodle. Since he's been dead for twenty years saw a very old doodle. You know MHM Kennedy Earl Kennedy Junior Bobby Kennedy House doodle has has two birds. There's some mountains in the background and a big river with gigantic fish fish. That are as big as the steamboat. That is in the middle of the river and then on the side of the bank that is closest to us the viewer. There's a there's a cute little cow read doodle. RFK Juniors competed page page. That show hines husband. Yes Robert Francis Kennedy Junior born January seventeenth nineteen fifty. Four is an American ANTIBAC- sir. Environmental Attorney and author. That's the the first thing is bio that he's an ANTIBAC- yikes he's a prominent. It's a vaccine activist and believes in pseudoscientific speculation of a link between autism. And Vaccines Are. Well let's get back to uh not bidding on the doodle artificial fruit including doodle doodle. Yeah Okay we we were robbed of the chance to hear Larry's speech in this episode Akiva. I would've loved to hear it. I think it would have been great. He would have incriminated himself ten more times. I hope a year later in the season although I guess we will not be applies with you. You're the heroes. You guys absurd here is amazing. Yeah so when Larry is introduced by Laverne Cox he comes up. I really it took me a second to figure out what was going on there with the with the call Larry is like jumps back so much. Josh you can't give them the benefit of the doubt you can't give them the benefit of the doubt that he's jumping back because of a cold. I mean we know Larry. We know the Larry Area of ten seasons your enthusiasm now so it tracks that he's jumping back. Yeah because of the cold but it could be the transphobic reasons to who I mean. Some of the questions he's act team Laverne knock great not great not good. I think maybe you want to see like Laverne Cox with just like meet the SNOT mucus and like coming off like a lot more sick then she mentions the mere fact I have old and then that causes the gigantic reaction from Larry when laverne goes to give Larry A hug. Akiva either I think it's a good call I think you have to reinforce it more to sort of set it up. They did good job of like there was a reason why they set up that laverne would not have his back because he was such a jerk during their meeting. Yeah she had motivation. Where a lot of time the characters do not like? Why is it's insane that Andy's wife because the wife gets this massive donation for charity and goes bananas on Larry Because of his bad drawing like the character has no motivation? They're completely insane. They're totally unlikeable. Like at least Laverne Cox like. He said like hateful things that he would immediately be cancelled for Ktar so like she's getting back by not saying I have a cold that makes sense. Yeah so at least curbs tying a thread together there okay. The other big story line in the episode owed involves Larry is going to get back together with Richard Lewis for a launch. WHO's GonNa pay for the lunch with Richard? Richard Lewis Josh. Do you want to add in your Richard Lewis take. I don't know that I have a big Richard Lewis Chris take. I don't know that it was my favorite stuff of the episode was like the bickering over. WHO GETS TO PAY GETS WHO GETS to buy lunch if it was if it was to set up the eventually just like getting with like the big list about everything that was going on with having to who paid with Larry's credit card for all those Papas Bravo's and then it was? It is cute but cute not hot. I think the Francisco's ourselves. It keeps. I really thought this whole subplot was the weakest stuff in the episode of everything from Larry Versus Richard Lewis of. WHO's GonNa pay in the restaurant? And then I really was then confused by the end of the episode of that they did Steal Larry's credit cards and it's understanding. I think they did. I'll drop a heart attack. I think Zaragoza stuff was one of the week of subplots subplots of the whole series. I mean it was terrible at it. No payoff it was. You could see it coming the whole way. First of all enough I you could see now that I think doc Richard Lewis is getting so many of the funkhouser storylines. Yeah instead of getting like a little DAB of Richard Lewis getting a ton of him in every episode and they actually mentioned the fuck man which we thought. Maybe I thought they wouldn't and I. It looked to be dubbed in. I don't know if they were hedging their bets because they say is in China it looked like it was the same scene but there was clearly at Josh. If you go watch it it's edited very choppy like all all over the scene interesting interesting that they would even. They would even go as far as to do that at at this time. They're probably wonder people are thinking. Where is he so they had to have an answer but they probably filmed a few different takes because you see either mouths moving? It's not like totally totally voiceover. But it's clearly a different cut but yeah rob desire goes and stuff sucked and the Richard Lewis stuff was unwatchable. I I was really looking at my watch for one of the first time ever watching curb during during that whole subplot I thought it was terrible. What about getting tossed out of the party and then the thrown into the garbage cans? I mean was that was cute. Yeah I mean it was cartoonish like where they what they were going for. Yeah Yeah I think he was supposed to be kind of like literally like a looney toon. That's yeah it felt like a very I mean like even with the season the transition out out of that scene and and back into the ending of the episode Really felt like you know we. We were going for like sort of like that. Classic like Nineteen Sixties Seventies looney tunes. You know looney tunes even earlier than I isn't it. Maybe better if they didn't really steal Larry's is credit card information. or Larry Richard Lewis. Were so horrible that they deserve to get their credit cards stolen. But I think it's I think it's similar to Laverne Cox thing it's like. He is okay for stealing credit card information. They freaking ruined his aunts. Wake they did they serve for him to spend the money on the funeral percent. Yes it it. The day he did steal it they had they had the bills. Were funeral related items so I get why he did it but I do believe that he. He stole look use. The credit art goes the thief. Yeah Okay and then they end up getting tossed out of air and Yeah that was. That was rough but you know pretty much everything else I I was enjoying in this episode. What do we what are we thinking about? The the cold open of the episode of Larry Recruiting Chulu Porter into his his growing Earth's earth's mightiest coffee makers Earth's mightiest Baristas as he's assembling the squad Larry's felt felt very much like this like even with like they call him. Joe Like they're kind of like setting it up like it's like Like the magnificent seven SORTA SORTA situation. It's like some sort of the big showdown coming up late in the season. Yeah but his skull and kill the woman potentially to canceled. He should've stayed out. Yeah he's lost it glove touch. Is it too. I mean this whole episode so cartoony but like I liked the scene. The scone paid off the character. I don't know if we're going to see him again. She reporter I immediately knew small. Ah Yeah Joe he knew of course as a as a chef in the plaza in New York he knew the random guy on the CBS lot. Of course I guess I guess it depends on just how distinguished are MOCHA JOE's beans. TV does have his. You know if he's like tapped into that sweet sweet bean vein. He's got like a real lion on He's like the Daniel Plain view of coffee beans. Then you know he. He's like an A. B. Even chew reporters GonNa know who joe is so long that movie. Yeah that he could he could drink. Larry pay up your scone shake. Yeah I'm out on the SCONE by the way I guess I should just put that on record. We're all out on gone when I might WanNa scone rather than cake cake and I feel like a little bit more like I'm not just like picking out at breakfast but it's it's just a it's like a biscuit it's like a Trying to make you think that it's like ooh this is like a pastry this it's a biscuit it really is even Larry's preferred scone situation creation is. He wanted to be fresh hard right I think he is. I think you want to dip it in coffee. I think that that is what's going to help. Combat engineer the dryness which I do like. I'm a copy dipper. I've never tried that. Does anybody like scone more than a muffin though. I don't think so can't dip a muffin and a cup of coffee. Though that that is true you know what I just thought that we were everybody listening. We were complaining about my wedding from once upon a time before we got on the podcast. No no complaints about Joshua's wedding invited over again but I had. I had some drama at the wedding with some friends who Who who took my leftover so many neither here nor there well one of them was I'm not GONNA say Debate with two percent of Josh's leftovers disappeared. Let's leave that. It was bad it was real. It was very upsetting. And whether you believe me or not is up to interpretation but those same friends Renzo. I got into a thing with few weeks ago about scones versus muffins. And I was a DASS die. Say that they all were like in lockstep support of scone over. We're kind of monsters are Ya. This is an intervention out josh. You need to drop these new friends. Yeah Yeah we all even get josh new friend a new France you steal the food from his wedding and do you like muffins or Skoll. Ah We could create a census for bill. I like it. Yeah yeah is it murder. If it's more friends of mine since I was a child in inescapable like we're sort of like I'm like indebted to being friends with them forever but I've obviously radically altered my life and some fairly dramatic ways recently. I'm not opposed to just completely completely throwing a bomb at my group of friends make a few more literally at the very least. We'll make them sweat if you if they'd heard the year about this podcast. Yeah yeah maybe. They'll apologize for eating or weddings going over a muffin off the benefits of scone. You're getting from the Muffin plus more. You know you get like the Muffin is being meantime properly. Then the top of the Muffin is going to have to you over the US. Well it's going to have that like crunchy freshness to it at the tap and then you've got the fluffy base you've got no fluffy anything with the SCONE Shit. Okay Akiva anything else about this week's episode of curb. Is there a way to even apple of than blithely. That's funny that's Great. Yeah would have been funny to see a scene where the we see like rage apple-eating or some of the other colors of emotional rainbow of apple-eating. Yeah I like to try rage apple eating. You haven't lived until you've got. Yeah Yeah I also another thing I the episode Laverne Cox. It's like their particular is like this person. And she's like Larry's like I'll just say it sounds man. I speak six languages. I'm not a liar air. But it's like such a Larry. Larry Gets confronted by someone. Who's like an actual you and being? It's kind of funny because what do you mean you won't say that I'm you know this. The that was good. The sweater stuff was also bad. Like who cares. Who's wearing Larry sweater? Now all of a sudden Larry cares about Cheryl. They've been divorced for years. I didn't buy into that Yeah yeah because the wound is fresh because they rekindled their romance now working for you guys to sure so Larry was mouth mouth agape when the lawyer showed him the personal settlement and that and then one for charity. What do you think that number is that Larry is just stunned into silence about I mean the thing about Larry? Is it like for for like a normal person to have that reaction. It's going to be like a really high. I figured Larry could be nothing. Could it could be a fun job. Five hundred dollars and he's going to be furious about it right. Yeah they might not pay. It's hard to say. Do you have a guest Akiva. No I don't know I want to do what you has. Larry what's also wanted. Thought it'd be funny. Wants to show is like going cartoon style in this episode sewed and everything so unrealistic. Just when you introduce lower just say he's also the star of curb your enthusiasm co-creator side felt like let's just go buck wild Yak. It is interesting to remember in university. He has the Seinfeld money but nobody knows who he is unless famous famous except in La. It's weird yeah okay. I'll say I'll say six figures I think it was a six figure donation. Yeah I mean in the history of the charity so yes this is a floor there. Okay Josh or anything else. You want to add about this episode. No I think I think we we mostly covered. I mean I. It was stupid but I still laugh. Just seeing Larry Aryan Leon with their chipped teeth. Just you know thing about was Kinda Milkin mountain dew. What do you think about that? That was great. That was great. That's great I waited here is like you can't make fun of me about milk and mountain. Do you guys do to grow shit too. I did love that scene. That was very funny and Leon then complemented Larry on his debate. They said okay. All right well good points. Good points their. The ship he was he was so great in the premier in. I don't think we got nearly enough of him last week. So it was it was. It was nice to get some more on this. I thought it was absurd. That Jeff shows up at the house and he's like hey what's going on. We're going somewhere getting in the car with us. So what are they ten. Yeah all right gang and so all right. So we're we're recording this inside baseball occurring this on Sunday they afternoon Josh. Winkler getting ready to have people over that. He has a LASAGNA. In the dishwasher right now. Yeah lasagna onion dishwasher. Rob Is exactly what's happening right now. That's that's within the lasagna meat. Yeah you wouldn't be able to eat it keep. I'm sorry. Oh no no well. Yeah I wasn't inviting myself. I was just curious. Like what am I bailing on long-haul for you here. Just what people putting their lasagna's nowadays. I don't know so it's like it's. It's a deeply on kosher lasagna. It's it's not only meat and CHEESE COMBO BUT IT IS A. It's a half ground beef and a half half ground pork. So you're really out on this LASAGNA. Yeah it's GonNa be good though. That sounds good okay. And he's making fresh pasta go. She's a real gourmet. The Great Emily Fox fresh fresh macaroni. She she texted because as you can obviously hear me screaming through the through the door her take a scone is an inferior biscuit. Coming from somebody with I think that's fair. Food Studies Masters from New York University. So I think that that is the end all be on that top. Okay all right of course you you can hear more from a Kiva myself and Josh Wigley. If you check out Robin keep the podcast episode number sixty nine. Ask Dr Mike that just S.. Drop that one over the weekend. Be sure to check that out. We official now. Is this a weekly curb. Recap I mean. Josh said. We just have to add a new the person every week next week that is not the not the way we think about. There's three people here. Yeah well you lose one person off the recap. It's not a bad idea me Josh and who you know next week. We'll have e- Josh. Josh said he wants to do this. I will happily stick around for the curb podcasting. If I'm having fun time this is my strategy is. Let's keep it tight. I'll keep coming back five minutes. Let's let's keep keep it tight. We don't need to let things expand two hours for. Let's get going. I've got no problem with rapid. Let's wrap it up. My right wife is sleeping. She's about to wake up and start your scape sound. I'm watching my kids right now. They've done way too. Quiet like I would actually feel feel a little more comfortable if they were like making some knowing. They haven't heard anything in a while. I need to check their either. Because you're the one who's drawing or that they are in some the major mischief right now. Jeeze Josh what is your Super Bowl prediction for tonight. The niners who is in it the other night the cheeser owed go chiefs. Mr Peanut he dies tonight MR peanut. You didn't know about this. Oh God spoiled it for me. No idea all over Japan when the happen but I. I know we would love to get more of Josh Previewing all of the Super Bowl commercials. Yes they give you. I'll give you my takes. We'll do it. We'll do it on the next curb park. Yeah there is today commercial. I feel like groundhog day. PODCAST would have been. We would have been all we blew the way we talk about this for next week's curb podcast. Let's make sure we watched the groundhogs day commercial one day between now and then I mean okay all right great the Super Bowl or reacts we live tweet this role usually not because I'm like being social but I I will do a podcast. The second ends is with Alex stress. Are you really going to be awake the whole thing. I've never fallen asleep. This is the nerdy me done. I since I watched my super bowl in January nineteen ninety I made. I made a list today of where I've watched every single super bowl and I also made a youtube video. I didn't post it but if you search my name on Youtube to but of me saying the winner loser. Mvp of every super bowl. You were so inclined to watch that. Okay I'm I'm pretty you're calling. Did you call your shot already. What is it? I've been back and forth all week. I'll go with the chiefs though who's MVP that's the chiefs win. It's homes. Yeah if it could be anybody okay. All right there you go all right so be sure to catch that. Follow at key twenty-six for more on the Super Bowl of course robin community podcast cast is back with us. Sixty nine EPS number seventy coming this week. Much more on. What's on number seventy? What do you do oh well I don't people if we spoil right? Of course. Josh has much more on Russia recaps including that he is going to be back with into season two of loss. Yeah Down Yes. We were two episodes episodes deep into season. Two by the end of this coming week. We will have episode two of season two and I don't want to spoil it but we got if you're a damn the hat span And specifically if you're a down the hatch band not if you're a lost ban but if you're down the hatch listener something pretty special coming your way very subscribe to that. Hey I'm going to be joining. The Star Trek Picard Recap in week number three as well. I'm going to be a guest on like five different podcasts. This great spot just like Just like the stretch out and just used to be a guest. Josh is going on Riverdale with Kirsten Fulmer I am. I am going on the Riverdale podcast this week with Christopher three anywhere up I said I said just on a podcast Curson. I guess just by willing that out into the university majoring so much trouble though. 'cause you pronounce Kirsten she takes very personally. Oh wait how am I supposed to do it. Kirsten yeah curse curse demand that puts our last name every single time out she. DM emme instead. Josh wiggle pronounced by name RAW. Yeah he was the GM her last name so she likes that. At this point McGinnis all right somebody already has gotten like I don't get like a mispronunciation but I get almost universally my last name misspelled with two G G to tax me on facebook facebook the other day which means you have to pack my actual real name thing and then and then he said something Josh Wiggle were with to Jesus as out how. How is this possible whenever Tyler Weicker? Yeah okay take care. Have a good one by Yeah.

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