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1330: "Cattle-lyst Converter"

"Oh there's a flat rock adam. Curry john c divorced eighteen twenty twenty one this award winning nation media assassination thirteen thirty. This is no agenda and broadcast live from opportunities on thirty three jere boston. Texas capital of the drone star state morning. Everybody i'm out of curry from northern silicon valley with her two threes in the show number. I'm just happy sunday or was it. Thursday i can't remember they. Have you know all the daily check this out so we have a a couple a couple. That were a couple of friends with this is the hollywood Entertainment executive who escaped austin from brooklyn. Yes we've been out a couple of times and tina's Gone to lunch with her. And i'm just ask this guy didn't want to go out to lunch so now my days you know. They're really strange. I don't know. I really don't sometimes don't know if it's thursday or sunday to show day that's all i know. Tina has irregular workday. Sometimes she works saturday or sunday. Some ships screwed up. So i really don't know where i'm at and So you know. I said how about the lines. He says well. Oh sure that'd be great thursday like no. That's not gonna work. Thanks for remembering and so we wind up with like how about drinks friday. We'll go out to dinner okay. I might the keeper was like what are you going on a date. I was a. I guess because all these days flow together for me like every day is either date night or not. But it's that weird if you if you ask Ask a full grown man to go to dinner on friday night. Something about friday. I think i would agree with your wife. Oh that Nice resort for her or she has to say. I didn't want you to go out with what's his name. she has to give you the. Oh advancing skate. Probably a month ahead of time that be monday. I just thought it was funny. But that's that's what it is with my days. I really don't remember all know is it was a year ago more or less that we We really started reporting all this stuff a whole year ago over a year we actually start reporting before became a thing on in february. I believe i remember the videos. We were talking about the tiktok videos. Those the first things to show up where people in wuhan were falling down dead on the street. Law the yearbook. They're all staged so. We went from that a year ago over a year ago with which we have not taken a show off which is okay because it was good for us we have not taken a show off through the whole covid pandemic. We've been rewarded with a fairly decent amount of donations because of covert and also because we picked some joe. rogan listeners. Are generous of generous sort. I'm but it's your rights. You've been a whole year without taking one single low day one showed or any reason including getting covid his right and now a year later. Let's assess where we're at here in texas. We are free to go wherever we want. The you signaling awesome has kept everything pretty much the same although the spin studio still people are still wearing masks but while exercising no not while exercising but the but it was packed so the occupancy is gone up to one hundred percent so that's all cool but in your neck of the woods. What a difference. A year makes try not to scream because it's not allowed on thrill rides at disneyland knott's and all other california theme parks right. You'll have to ride roller coasters in silence. They say it's part of the proposed new cove safety guidelines screaming and shouting and public increases the risk for the virus to spread. The plan is being backed by the california attractions and parks association. Just additional information. If you're recording a podcast you need to keep your windows. Closed is when podcast and you could be spewing covid. Let me ask a rhetorical question. this is based on the fact that it's believed that the covert viruses just permeates the mouth in a back of the throat. And so when you when you scream the sputum from your mouth wrong area yes those streaming into the atmosphere and it can infect somebody else can someone else who's behind you. Also screaming could catch that lougee now. The question in my mind is if that's true. Why does the testing have to involve going up to nose down the throat when your mouth is obviously filled with cold viruses are. You wouldn't need these rules. I'll make. I'll do you want better on this. And i'm very very excited about this nascar. Just announced at the atlanta motor speedway. They will be using cova detecting dogs. And i'm very excited because if this is true. Okay that's the topper. If this is true you win the show then then if this is true then you know. Don't swab just have your dog sniff me that happens at the airport. I'm okay in fact. Nascar went so far as to say in a bulletin sent teams quote. These dogs have shown to be as effective as pcr tests in identifying an infected person and are already being used by professional sports teams hospitals and many other businesses to screen employees and guests will. This is fantastic and it's an exit strategy. We have nothing but dog people listening to this show. We need to start immediately. Go start training certifying that that brings up ten. We have a distributed dog. Cova sniff dogs sniffing protection system. We can rent everybody's dog out. This brings the brings to the fore which is. How do you train a dog to do this. But we'll get we'll get the diesel intel the dog a dog sniffing around which seemed to be doing all day. It's all you do Can you win you. Spot a covert person. Can you let us know or run around. Let's see We'll be working. Who is this is nascar. We'll be working with the three sixty k. Nine group a provider of specialized detection dogs the serves industries ranging from the federal government sports teams cruise lines hospital. Now the large venues to already rolling out. But it's not being talked about. They've were who they've worked with the usda since twenty thirteen to detect viruses implants with great operational success. I guess you just you. Just take a an infected swab oozing with the covid. He say here fido sniffy their newest company bio detection k nine. That's that's that's the tv your exit strategy. The guy that the the name bio detection k nine. Oh man yeah shoot so this guy to be one of those deals with you re. We've actually talked about this probably five or six years ago in the show. The people that dog guys the guys who go into drug detecting dogs and bomb detecting dogs and these sorts of dogs. yeah and they They go to like a car. They have these dogs at the A ferry terminals in seattle. So you're in line outside in a kind of a second large parking lot cars lined up to go on a ferry and there's these dogs that come out there sniffing around and every so often want him just sit they sit but usually left front tyre of car that you sit stop sniffing set Guards gotta be examined and there was a. We did a story about how some of these dog trainers especially the drug dog trainers in some of these other ones. They have a signal give to the dog. Yeah fake it. Do it do it now. Yeah i had that at the border check one time. The dogs like drugs drugs drugs. Yeah that's on winter. If the i'd rather i'd rather be picked out of a crowd because someone hates me than subject is stupid test in and we can read this two ways either. This is great news for look. How bad the pcr tests does dogs can do the business i mean we know. The police are tests sucks. And in fact i wanna point out the somebody that 'cause i i was traveling around the world during the sars which is just a variation of this virus that was sars cove one year and they had all the airports were equipped with these giant thermal sensors. Tone you landed in vancouver or someplace that they were there was. There was a guy standing there and they had these screens. I actually snuck around and looked at how they operate and they look pretty good work pretty well when you're walking in to check through customs or passport control. They had a your monitor by these. These thermal cameras thermal imaging cameras. If you can't put off a little bit right right side. They don't did. They didn't do any. Pcr tests These other worries the same basic Virus they've just dreamed up and i've bitched about this in the newsletter couple of newsletters ago. They dreamed up this typhoid mary. Theory unlike apparently all the other sars one and the rest of them have merged this one. You can wander around like an idiot with with it and cough and cough and cough. I don't cough because he had not cost to be symptomatic at no cost you just breathing and you're passing it on everybody. This is nonsense. Yeah got a note from sir. Dude named jim regarding clearing cleaning out your nose before test. He said it reminded me of something. We've been researching the spread of cova so low in japan and he came across information about the japanese obsession of gargling to prevent colds and flu. Which i did not know. One thing led to another mark Sir marker day mashed could inform us. One lease to do that. We used to netti pot stuff but for the flu. I united states Gargling was if listen to reading the old listerine gargling. One thing led to another and i found this medication. That's been researched and proven effective in several studies. For helping to prevent infection with the rona. It's essentially beta dine baited on that is formulated for the mouth or nose. They make spray for your mouth swabs for the nose. I got some tried. It out. Didn't have any sort of bad reaction or anything. I think it might be a worthwhile precaution to use while traveling. Also i would say hey the. Nc double a. teams out there. They're all in down. This is the thing to do. 'cause you get one player test positive and you're out of the tournament halloween. Halloween dot com is where you can find out more genuine favorite team. Get a hold the coach and tell them about kaladin. Yeah this the more you learn here on the no agenda show which is a job. Word like a plethora meanwhile valuable information there are paladin dot com was a taliban yes. Ha l. o. d. i. any there are on march twentieth. Which is what Saturday there are global freedom rally scheduled. I mean every state in every country all around the world. This is very organized. You haven't heard about it of course because guess what's now been scheduled for march twentieth. Anti-racist day protests from the un. It's anti racist day. Everybody let's get out there. Yeah anti day. It's it's crazy in the netherlands. They're beating been beating old people in the uk The old people being racists just for being just for being old fart you gotta be beaten because you're a racist john they have something called. They have undercover cops and these have a name the romeo's which is an acronym for something but the the romeo is an undercover cop. And these guys like secret. Police people throwing them on the ground talking handcuffing him the need to the back pushing their head into the ground in the uk. There was vigil even talk about it last show for a woman who was abducted and kidnapped and killed by a cop. Actually some weird sex obsession and there was a vigil. They were beating people because wasn't illegal assembly. Because said no no you can't. You can't have a peaceful vigil here. Beating people is crazy. these globalist. Well yeah that's exactly what's happening. Is i think we also promised a year ago might even made the joke. Maybe just a couple of weeks into its saying. I know people can be so fed up in a couple of weeks. They'd be like gimme the vaccine. Bill gates well now. Now we've We've ratcheted up now. Is the vaccine push and it is disgusting disgusting. But they're pushing the politicized and when i say they. I'm talking about the media. But let's start over in the uk just so we can get a a measured Message from auntie the bbc They have a little promo. What happens if you don't get the covid vaccine. Let's find out your friends family colleagues classmates and anyone else you come into contact with even strange's could be put in danger if you turned down the vaccine. It's not just a decision that affects you. It's okay to have questions about the covid vaccine that's normal. It's good to talk about them though with your doctor or community leaders or even friends and family you trust who have received the vaccine already. Vaccine's have been tested rigorously and they've been found to be safe. Answer prevent people from developing symptoms. And getting seriously ill with covid nineteen. But now we're starting to see research which suggests a vaccine can prevent people from spreading the virus to you'll vaccinated and your friends and colleagues vaccinated substantially reduce the risk forever voting. That makes sense if you're not coughing or sneezing than it's harder to pass the virus on if we spreads less cove nineteen fewer people get sick and the pandemic the current thinking is. If you choose to get the vaccine you'll choosing to look after yourself and everyone come into contact with if you don't the new and those people weren't have that protection the scientists say they need to gather more data on this issue more certainty stats and vaccines have. She hit turns out to be true. If too many people don't get their shot. Then that makes it easier for the virus to find a way to spread. Meaning more people who get ill and i. It sounds out. The vaccine doesn't stop peeve from spreading the virus than it's even more important that everyone gets deshaun warned. Victor right vexing fs and vaccine evans. Vitals itself you know. I got i have a bunch of clips from by good morning america And i knew. I'd probably have to play this one out of order which is and this is only a part of thirty four. Second part of the of the they're talking about the vaccine and this is the pitch that biden hasn't this is a gm a biden patriot. Covid see not an american my freedom to not do it well. Why don't you be a patriot. Protect our people. How about emphasizing the positive. How has life changed for you. Since you've got the vaccine lacking hug my grandkids. Now they come over to the house. I can see them. I'm able to be with them. i've had the vaccine and secondly it has changed my life in the sense that i've been able to demonstrate to other people that i doubt whether people would expect me to take anything with safe To make the case that it is safe to take the vaccine. It's important to take the vaccine. Yeah patriot well. That's very interesting. I got to play some stuff out of order to because the main narrative this past week on the united states Television stations was all. It was completely politicized. And so i think the term patriot is taking taking on purpose. as a perhaps a hands across the border right fig-leaf towards the obvious anti vaccine known as the republican party. Which is here we go. This is cbs. Even news another priority for the white house making sure americans get vaccinated while majority plan to when it becomes available nearly a third of republicans. Say they won't shit. President trump helped promote the vaccine among skeptics are the thing that has more impact than anything trump would say to. The mega folks is what the local doctor. What the local preachers. What's a local people in the community saying. So the pushing this and it's here's how it got picked up of course found. She had to launch it on. Meet the press. For instance among trump voters forty seven percent have said that they will not be vaccinated. Thirty percents say yes. Among biden voters fifty eight ten among republican men. Half of republican men say they take this vaccine. You had the psa with all the former presidents except one president trump in there. You think he needs to be enlisted here at all to get his voters to take this vaccine chuck. I hope does because the numbers that you gave a so disturbing how such a large proportion of a certain group of people would not want to make would not want to get vaccinated merely because of political considerations. It makes absolutely no sense. And i've been saying that for so long we've got to dissociate political persuasion from what's commonsense no-brainer public health things. The history of ac sinology has rescued us from smallpox from polio from measles from all the other diseases. What is the problem here. This is a vaccine that is going to be lifesaving for millions of people how some groups would not want to do it for reasons that i just don't understand i mean i just can't comprehend what the reason for that is when you have a vaccine that's ninety four to ninety five percent effective and it is still get it just fda approved by the way he would he talked about. He had a couple of things to say. And i wanna comment on one. I was talking to just coincidentally win black as i. We promoted his book. No the the ibm and the jews ibm and the holocaust so he calls made the chat and he mentioned to me just in passing that he had done a presentation at one of the colleges about the history of vaccination and as she goes on about how great it is and he mentioned to me that the history of vaccination involved a lot of murders of people that were promoting vaccinations. And the it was most of the cartoonists had a cartoon. The grim reaper as the vaccinate has vaccinations in his early days. Were just killing. People left and right as probably the i gotta have. I'm gonna have to talk to him again about this having to out. Hey here's a book about this. You said he wrote on. He was a presentation. This guy's it productive as a researcher. Eighty home. My goodness. We need is unbelievable. Well let's talk about efficacy for a moment because new information has come in. Peer reviewed study and And it has consequences in the numbers that foul she is talking about. informed consent disclosure to vaccine trial subjects of risk of cove nineteen vaccines results of the peer reviewed medical study covid nineteen vaccines designed to elicit neutralizing. Antibodies may sensitize vaccine recipients to more severe disease than if they were not vaccinated in other words. Next time the common cold comes around chance. You're gonna get greater more severe disease if you're vaccinated compared to those who don't in fact And this is the british. A british medical journal published this in the fda guidelines. It says the agency has to provide an absolute risk reduction for a product. Not just a relative risk reduction. Relative risk reduction is relative to the disease cove it which may very well be ninety five percent but if you take into the account the damage some people and the amount of people who have received damage from the vaccine and this is not a always. This is not specific to this vaccine but could be vaccines in general when you look at that number. The absolute risk the risk of you getting hurt versus the risk of getting covid is one percent so efficacy higher efficacy hova problem taking the covert problem. I'm saying one percent is high number. The i'm sorry. It's the relative risk reduction reduction. So you go from. Nine of risk reduction is only one. Yes i'm sorry. i didn't hear. Unreported absolute risk reduction measures of zero point seven percent and one point one percent for the pfizer biontech and moderna vaccine respectively are very much lower than the reported relative. Risk reduction measures doesn't do anything one percent. Well we're nine percent. I need you know you haven't any bar in the morning probably does better than that could be could be anyway Everyone's acting like The republicans don't want the vaccine. Republicans are anti vaccine a certain group of people. Why wouldn't you wanna take this despite those numbers you just heard and trump won't do anything about it or did he. Cbs doesn't watch abc. Former president trump is joining the push to get more americans vaccinated on fox news. Trump was asked walked him and get him a shot. Would i would recommend it. And i would recommend it to a lot of people that don't wanna get it and a lot of those people voted for me. Frankly but again we have our freedoms and we have to live by that. And i agree with that. Also but it's a great vaccine. It's a safe sex scene and it's something that works. A recent poll found nearly half of republicans. Say they haven't gotten vaccine. Don't plan to get one. That's all you need a recent poll that you get stories like this on. Cbs seeing the trend line in willingness to get the vaccine going up it's going up over recent months and weeks so you've got a majority now saying if they haven't gotten it already that yes they will get it but there are still some who are hesitant some on the fence with maybe and some outright no and one of the key things we're seeing here margaret is that that is related to partisanship. You've got democrats saying that they'll get it. Most independence place. The media is making this a political issue. The media is doing it and they're going to turn around and say you ask why it's not political. You know digest as exactly what they did. They say it's not political politicizing and the in one of the mechanisms they're using here is that the dumb republicans who probably maybe actually are. Doctors are did the research but that's beside the point because you promote the dumb republicans are taking it. You're not a republican. Are you Mr black man on the street. You're not a republican. Are you mr latin ex. You're not a republican. Are you white lady from the suburbs. That's exactly why she taken the vaccine oriented stupid republicans aren't taking and it's only one leave from republican to not taking the vaccine makes you racist guaranteed redbook right now. Put it in. It's happening right down right down. Yeah vaccines vaccine. Denial is racism. Because you don't care about black and brown people perspective. This is also a lot of leverage to make sure. The black community takes vaccine. How's that working out. Well all never mentioned that by the way into reports half republican males won't take it they won't say one thing about the black community. No you've got democrats saying that they'll get it. You got most independent. But there is really reluctant. Reluctant relatively among republicans in particular younger republicans under sixty five so as they become eligible for to get the vaccine. Really going to have to watch whether they changed their minds on it. We asked them why they're still hesitant. They say well it's still untested while they're worried about the side effects it is don't trust the government or don't trust the science on it. This is it. They don't trust the science sciences. Is this will use read part of this science Now shut up you with your science. You're not doing it right. This is this is the manipulation then comes the intimidation the domination. And it's going to the young kids we gotta go. After the young republicans the guy in denmark had the right idea he killed all the kids from the opposite party in like we are seeing the trend line in willingness to get the vaccine going up. It's been going up over recent months and weeks so you've got a majority now saying they haven't gotten it already that yes they will get it but there are still some who are hesitant some on the fence with maybe some outright no and one of the key things we're seeing here margaret is that that is related to partisanship. You've got democrats saying that they'll get it. You got most independent. But there is that more reluctant. Reluctant relatively among republicans and in particular younger republicans under sixty five. It was. they'd be just double that clip. I'm sorry somehow that doubled towns familia forget about it. Let's go to the promotion partisan gentlemen. Let's go to blue cross. Blue shield all part of the big set up the big money making scheme their advertising on radio cross blue shield of michigan wants to remind you how important it is to get kobe vaccine when you were eligible. These vaccines are safe and authorized by the fda. So when it's time these giant speakers that outside city beaming this information through loudspeakers. This is one of our producers in public. This is one of our in public kantian public. Take the vaccine immediately. You are all ordered to take the vaccine immediately. Recorded it in the car. Lanes are safe an authorized the big speaker but listen. I love this. These vaccines are safe and authorized by the fda a emerge in lyon youth authorization. They are authorized but under emergency. Use authorization misleading. The way they stated i did look it up based upon our Our discussion are thread. Where the producer about the emergency use authorization. Indeed it can only be evoked by the fda if there is no approved treatment. Approved treatment proved. So that's the key word so if if you don't have an approved treatment which could be hydroxychloroquine. Anything actually work which is why they fought so hard against it because they can't they can't have the emergency use authorization if something out there works. That's the whole reason behind it. The it wasn't trump was handy for. It was handy by. He said yeah. 'cause they're just gonna push-back in anything trump said once he mentioned hydroxy clerk when which is probably why. Africa really doesn't have many cases Because they use that for santa malarial just by coincidence So you end up with pushing back on trump and you've got that out of the way and then the ivermectin came up later. There's a bunch of doctors that came out and they got all kicked off the guy pleading in the senate saying please reevaluate what you're doing here. Ivermectin works burks by just by coincidence. Burks buddy no she became. I fell out of love with her very quickly. And i'm very happy that their face looks haggard. Now 'cause women hate that. So i'm happy for her. She deserves that. You're dead that's low. I know it's low. But i mean it's very disappointing lady. She was on. Abc and long profile piece. Because you know now the schools can be reopened with new filtration systems. Now that we have the cova bill signed into law so that the Schools can get money for these systems. She's not working at one of these companies that provides these systems and is on the board of a big venture capital fund that is funded the company. So she's a total government. A whole. She'll i hate it when they do this. It's corrupt it's so it's disgusting. It's completely corrupt. So she reminisced for a moment about the moment when trump said. You should drink bleach now. Do you think about your role in that. And how do you think impacted the american people in their confidence in the science that we need to solve so many and please know that science does evolve as it did during this pandemic so we know a lot more now than i knew fourteen months ago. i'm not mohmed obviously. There's a lot of tape on that. You can see how extraordinarily uncomfortable i was. Unfortunately he was speaking to me. He was speaking to the dhs scientists. You had ascended the data and then when he did turn to me. I said nodded treatment. I you know. I have spent almost thirty years in the military i worked for every president from jimmy carter up and up through President bush in the military serving them as commanders cheese. On frankly. I didn't know how to handle that episode. I still think about it every day when i was spoken to. I said not a treatment. But i don't know i guess. Some people thought i should run up on stage. I'm an interrupt as dialogue. That was going on between the dhs scientists and that president. But i was just not trained in my my years of training. React that oh okay. Maybe if someone didn't have the military training that i had maybe they would have reacted differently because she's military train person. She didn't know how to respond as good. Something doctor pal and i talked about all the tali s course. Cdc and all of us went out and said this was not treatment. This was really meant. wait for it. What could happen at a playground in the sunlight to the virus on the playground. You know itself. So what was obvious gated because of the bullshit m five m about the president saying go drink bleach which he didn't some actual information about uv. Light and playgrounds was covered up. That could have at least open playgrounds. That's how crazier de connection and that's how crazy this. Yes exactly now if you want. Subtlety don't go to cnn. She want funny clips. Go to cnn. This is dr liana win. She is medical correspondent for cnn. And she has a marching orders from the cd's said a said that says that site. God do it. Didn't propagate me that my main concern is that we're not going to reach herd immunity because a vaccine hesitancy on. I know that's hard for a lot of people to believe who desperately want the vaccine right now. And they're thinking oh it's just a small percentage of people who are actually anti vaxxers announced true. There is the size anti vaxjo contingent. But i think that there are many more people. Millions of people who for whatever reason have concerns about the vaccine. Who just don't know what's in it for them and we need to make clear to them that the vaccine is the ticket back to pre pandemic life. The window to do that is really narrowly. I mean you were mentioning chris. About how all these are reopening their reopening at one hundred percent and we have a very narrow window to tie reopening policy to vaccinations status because everything is reopened. Then what's the carrot going to be. How are we going to incentivize people to actually get the vaccine. So that's fighting. The cdc and the bottom ministration needs to come out a lot bolder insane. If you're vaccinated. You can do all these things here all these freedoms that you have is otherwise people are going to go out and enjoy these freedoms anyway and i fear situation of coming into the full. We never reach her immunity and then we get hit by the next surge of covid nineteen in the full. Something could've prevented if we just got people vaccinated now. Southern countries secretive troll our was it locally exist pretending there you go review can only enjoy your freedoms you can have your freedom unless you take the vaccine. What carrot could we possibly us. She asks that is diabolical worse than diabolical sick it. Is it really really really. It's just sick. that's pretty much the only thing you can say so you might have seen this And this is a a callback to two thousand eight of this very show when we first now is later than that. Two thousand ten two thousand eleven. I'm sorry When we first started talking about the The big vaccine conference the financial conference and everybody was talking about the numbers. Now greatest as goldman sachs. I think it was much talking about a great. The numbers were and we can't believe we're gonna be giving people medication without them being sick. This is a bonanza will vaccines against cocaine addiction and cigarette smoking and farting and all kinds of stuff and we saw those We saw those vaccines talked about some were manufactured None of them. As far as i know got any approval from the fda didn't really have the market demand because people like smoking now. Want to take a shot. Turns out so as we look forward to july first when The vaccine manufacturers We'll have to get fda approval or go into a a phase four trial to get the fda approval that's also when the us certainly us subsidies end. and i think in most countries We know that pfizer specifically as asked to poor countries i believe it was venezuela for military bases as collateral for. Yeah well we'll ship it to we don't trust you so we need your your military bases collateral that'd be funded to own so of course Pfizer is out there talking to analysts. This is frank demilio as the chief financial officer of pfizer and he's talking about The the impact of the vac the covid vaccine on their quarterly results. And moving forward. And would you know it. He's quite bullish the united states. So we don't see this one time event but we see this as something that's going to continue for the foreseeable future now in terms of pricing. Let me let me see if i can hit on that so if you look at how. Current demand in current tracy is being driven. It's clearly not being driven by without cool normal walking conditions normal market forces. It's really been driven by kinda pandemic state that we've been in and the needs of governments to really secure. Those is from the various vaccine suppliers. So what we believe. What i believe is as we move from a pandemic safe from pandemic situation to an endemic situation normal market forces normal market conditions will start to kick in and factors like efficacy booster ability. Clinical utility will basically become very important than we view that as quite frankly a significant opportunity for vaccine from a demand perspective from a pricing perspective given the clinical profile of vaccine. So more to come here but we think as this shifts from pandemic to en denk opportunity. I third shot annual boosters when it's endemic. there's there's your future they see a lot of money and it's just like the flu shot but only won't be able to have your freedom if you don't get it that's what it is. Let's pull that one off. Well they're really going to try the really dry vacuum by the way so far. They're winning. Yes in the show notes. I have the official cd. See covid. Nineteen vaccination record card to pdf. It's high quality so you can print that out and you can If you know you could put it on the wall or you know some people might want to fill it out. I mean that's up to you but it is It's official preprinted. The official print version. I wouldn't advise people counterfeiting. I didn't. I didn't say counterfeit. I i would just say that. Yeah and if you fill it out just to be on the safe side for you just for your protection. Make sure you take a look at somebody else's car that actually is filled out by a doctor so you can use the same format. Yeah not trying to trying to tell you want to forge anything that i think just as a joke. Yeah it's totally gaffe. Yeah it's just something they do for fun you can go. Hey look vaccine jumped the line people get all pissed off and say ha jokes on you. It's a forgery. That's a great gaffe right up there with those. Who as tacit gang. Right up there with the whoopi cushion for it. By the way we provide this for entertainment purposes. Only the same thing all right a little gaffe from a hair foul cheese. He's talking about going. After the kids gonna vaccinate the kids kindergarten. Two years all we can go and get them kids up for high school students. It looks like they will be available to get vaccinated in the beginning of the fall. Very likely for the full term with regard to children. Were doing an aids. The s an age de-escalation stunt like. God what is on his mind. Why aides were infecting. The kids with aids is say that again with regard to children with aids the age the esscalation study an man. I yeah i know i know. Aids age of the guy is the guy. Didn't solve anything and killed a lot of people. Or i didn't see killed them. But there's a lot of accusations So this is just on his mind or something really going on continuing in elementary school children from twelve to nine nine two six six to two and too much six months to two years. We anticipate we'll have enough data to be able to vaccinate these younger children by the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yeah well there. You guys got plenty of time to move. They're going to keep the legend of foul she alive. Pbs i think south florida's station in the they produce it has a Has a special on anthony. Fauci unfortunately have not been able to get a copy editor aired. You know one of these things. The air's once in one market then someone has to find it. So i'm waiting for that The title of the promo here which is worth listening to it is titled saudi virus hunter hills in a high percentage and it kills quickly. He's the man who's helped navigate america through several public health crises. He is a scientist who commands the attention of leaders around the world darker fashion. Dr ally here dr pouches. We can't do this. we can't do that. This is a very very unusual virus that we can't even pretend that we know everything about it that we need to know. He is the adviser who has helped seven presidents five most virulent enemies and drawn his fair share of critics young brooklyn born. Take over the world stage. There are many things have outbreaks marrow of shouting. It's the unknown tons. it's the cataclysmic in nature albeit with language. That people could understand to get information out. Because there is a lot of fear outed anthony fao chief become one of the planet's most prominent infectious disease doctors. Our patient nina pham is free of evola. Join us now. As we share the inside story of america's top pandemic experts a savior to some on a polarizing an alarmist figura to others. Ride coming with new vouch e. news by your basic theory boomerang always comes back and chop your head off when you abuse the media for your own promotion yup exactly but that will not stop the surgeon general from proposing a national vaccine day which would be a one time federal holiday to celebrate covid nineteen. Vaccinations yes to move the needle on adoption. Some public health advocates are promoting an unorthodox incentive. A one time only federal holiday national day which might fall on the friday of labor day. Weekend twenty twenty one. It would serve multiple purposes till with london. Days are taking the day off right filled with live music block parties and other in person events it would be a mass celebration that commemorates the doctors nurses and other essential personnel who continue to work through the pandemic and from groups. That may still be reluctant to get their shot. The prospect of joined the festivities might help convince skeptics hold outs to embrace inoculation beforehand. So vaccine day will be the day you go get vaccinated. Not just off work. Get the whole day off. Federal holiday federal holiday time listening to a one of the talk shows with a kind of nodded right wing or left wing talk job kind of old fashioned neutral wants are tried to be neutral. Still lean left. This guy's a big vaccine for more. But he mentioned that he is an. I'm gonna tell this story. Because i don't like the idea. These amateur giving these shots. He's is just a simplistic simplistic as they are. His grandma was big oil. I gotta get vaccine. As she goes and gets the vaccine she gets a shot and then she gets a growth on her arm where the shot was given the size. They claim the size of a grapefruit. Yes just getting bigger by the day. So she's being brought into some of the big medical research facilities if you're out what was happening when it turned out that she was so stole lady so thin that the the incompetent vaccinate tour stuck the needle in a apparently got right into a bone and stuff was injected. It caused the bone to start. Doing something created this huge swelling. And they still haven't been able to resolve this. Another report has jazz. So you're so vaccination to everyone goes gets backstay people are gonna be happy. Amateurs are going to be giving his shots. Left in rights. Also gonna fly the flag at half staff on vaccine day for all the people who die waiting for the vaccine but we had a lunch an early dinner with a couple of friends here and they They both gotten the vaccine they. They both work for the city. One in parks wreck in one in water planning and And i was saddened by it because One has she was saying you know. I just wanted to be free. I just wanted to be free. And she's very like alternative medicine yoga. She's a yogi. She's the last person you to exactly. But she's convinced she's convinced that she'll be free because he's taken the vaccine and and these are friends and we don't really discuss politics or anything much. And i said well but they're still all these restrictions and before i could say you know because it doesn't work The retort was a it. That's just now is just the beginning. Don't worry it's all coming. I just feel bad. You know it's like no you don't know what you're talking about. The restrictions will be forced by the people that you're not going to get levy or anything lightened from the from politicians. It's against their interest. They don't like giving up control and speaking of shocking to be free to do what. Go anywhere reminisce. Go anywhere not wear a mask At private parties hug people. The main thing was here. The main hug is a it is a pure losing i know. Damascus appear group. Thinks that's got to do with whether you got the shot or not. There's nobody knows whether you got the shot. So put the mask on now can mart my stepdaughter in brooklyn. She was so excited because she got her vaccination and her stimulus check. Both on the same day doesn't get any better. Yes that was interesting that are in our are wide ranging influence the two of us. We have lost several members especially all the evidence. You the people as well. Okay since we're on that you and i may have a disagreement. Because i have been in television for all of my adult life i have. I go back to racking up four inch tape on videotape. I have ended. Do tape with a razor blade and iron filings. You've probably done the same i have. There's one thing i haven't done. I've never done any work with four inch tape and by the way you haven't either so continue disagreeing. Excuse me what are you talking about. I sure have what are you. You just call me a liar. Yeah you do you know the four inch tape. I'm talking about not talking about the the old bc ends. I'm talking about the old old ones. When i first started when i was nineteen attorney videotape. Yeah why what. It's two inch now. That's the b. c. n. Before that was four inch believe me. The ampex tape was two inch for inch videotape quadruplets. Videotape goodbye quadruple x. Videotape is two inch. Let me see. I am so sure. It was four inch two inches. B. and c. or b broaddrick pled quadriplegics tape was two inches. A stuff these on the ampex. There was never a four inch. Tape is too big then. I'm wrong stand corrected. But what was the the bbc and then the the bbc two inch. What was the big tape. That big tape was to ish two inches a big tape and what came. What is most is a quarter inch. Now that's Okay original tapers to issue the big giant ampex of that had the heads that spun around vertically on detail. What would have been nicer of say is instead of you have done that and make drag it out of you. What the mistake was you could say. I think what it was. I said there's no such thing as a four inch tape after. You said i'd never done that. You understand that. I was okay. You're right i was snide. Yes but since you brought it up You made it. You made it a competition and you've a loss. You made me do that. And i know yes i made you explain. What the hell you're talking about all right here we go. the biden. Green screen hoax was not a green screen hoax. Care a lot of people do. This is unbelievable. My wife no. That's green screen. I said look. I've of course i incorrectly said four inch tape. She didn't have the wherewithal to correct me but said i've done. Green screen was blue screen. That's not greenstreet that some anomaly. It's lens distortion. And i even found the guy from voice of america which is questionable of course who was holding that boom and he said it absolutely that that was that happened there. And there's a side shot where you can see a whole different scenario. But but i could not convince anyone who saw this video. They would not listen. So that was. My point is even. I think you're making a huge mistake in the where your protest it as i did when i told you that you foolish to talk about okay. All right but the thing was i think people want to believe that that by an invalid and he can't even be to be on screen green screen them even be a robot because he's wearing a mask could could be a stand in which is by the way the stand in possibility ask someone had said that to me like that guy is joe biden or look. He's dead. They've just got robotics in that would be more believable to me. And that's and that's the thing that's funny. It's like everyone's bashing defensive about it. Just who cares okay. Well maybe it was yada green screen blue screen. It should by the way that correct turner's chroma key blue screen or green screen. It could be anything and especially nowadays. And i don't know how green screen would work green anyway involved i. I don't know know one thing. If i was going to take their argument and make a big deal out of it. I would have said the following. Did you notice that when they pull the camera back. And then they had this guys jacket so it was covered the screen and all black. That's when they transitioned to the other shot to make it look as though is a continuation shot which was what they did in the movie. Nineteen seventeen give you ever watch that. The movie nineteen seventeen was supposedly one shot single. Now shot the whole movie. No but if you watch it with that in mind you will see moments where somebody walks in front of the camera and completely blanks out this screen. That's when they cut and go to another shot so it's bullcrap so i would have made that argument but then again i thought about this thought about this. If there's going to be green screen is going to be a lot of it is going to be coming at you faster and fast. I guess what you said earlier was was really the point is like you want this to be fake so bad that you just summarily dismissed someone who might know something about it and we do that all the time too but in this case i know i do know flying. I do know television. I know radio kind of things. I have some expertise. I'm just surprised. And people will argue incessantly like they love it. Wow he really want this to be green. They they went up bro. Botic biden here. The whole thing. And i will tell you this and i'm sure that you watched part of it. I do have a bunch of the jam eclipse. this was the most edited thing. I've ever seen in my life and i'm not. I don't have quite the at two nation that you have your totally attuned to these clips. That are dead or edited too much. Which is one of the reason i do at us. I very careful to make the fool you but vitamin the listening audience. Be damned as long as you're fooling only me care about fooling. But i really care about getting their occasional compliment which is why that is a great great to edit it which is be because you do the probably do some of the finest explain it but after the show when we do the we have to sometimes something and get like a mistake or a pickup or something like that. Yeah something we lost connection and he has to pick he. Does this very fine tuned. He's got a nice tool though. I didn't have hinden bureau. Newburgh journalists pro. I like it a lot and so he uses tool and he can clip you. Have somebody talking over each other just a little noise and he nick data out. Just barreling totally. Interesting little ant bugger. I need to go all the way in but actually most of my clothes. I would say that's by the way y'all eighty percent of the clips i make After recorded in his playing back. And i'm looking at the way form of see a pause and i'll do in out outback's so that's important point cut. I cut out silences just because just to speed up the show the almost you that concierge i mean and it's now second nature to me. I'm talking to someone. I'm like in out ex. I most of the clips. We do both of us. The silences are especially the worst. The worst offenders are the senate and house. Committees cannot just ask just looked at your silences half of the five minutes or give you five minutes. I would say of the five minutes. One whole minute is long pregnant. Pauses right minimum. Now i enjoy a totally pregnant pause. When we're talking. I enjoy dun-rite. Yeah because dennis dunne and we're doing but doing it live is wanting playing clips with a bunch of pauses in now. it's deadly. Did you got to move the show along before. We wanna get to bind one last clip. Which i think is pertinent because we're just winding up everything with the have one clip on covid left to wait before i go there. It's let's just stay with tv just for a second because everyone's forgotten about it because no one saw the grammy awards this year. I have a clip gaw please. Let's do the cliff. I have stuff to say about this. Okay the grammy words. I wanna hear that what you have to say about the grammy. It's more than anything but so they made a big fuss. I heard it on all the different talk shows. Bill burr bill burr bill burr in salta dummies at. So i went back in a listened to the whole bill. Birth thing and bill. Burr came out insulted the piano player. Who was before him and then all he did was read off award winners to guy was was more lame than usual so i clipped a pertinent part of bill. Burr insulting is only one point. Eight point eight minutes. Are one minute eight seconds. I'm sorry to one minute and eight seconds of and i'm thinking what is the fuss. This is the best you can do. And and this has got everybody in a tizzy. Just play this clip Too thank you for that. Sublime performance i feel like i'm gonna virtual heaven and now let's mingle jingle with a stand up comedian. Who taught us on netflix. That s is for family. He's nominated for his first grammy this year in the best comedy album category. Ladies and gentlemen. Here's bill bill. Burr bill bill. Thank you today. How are you the only one who wanted to kill himself. During that piano solo. I bought a suit for this. I thought it was gonna be on. Tv i'm such a moron. I losing so much money right now. All right shouts all the rockstars that wanted to meet. Who are watching at home instead. I'm talking to you don dock and what i'm all that was my first concert. All right here are the next categories up for for the reason why this couple of reasons one. I think he was placed there. He was a white guy. This was not. This was a black grammy awards. They were more the disproportionately more black artists nominated. And it got so crazy that when what's the girl The green hair with her brother lee. Yeah sure wiser name now evading me. Because she's going to be around. Good reason Billie eilish billie eilish one Best song or best record and she was so embarrassed so embarrassed that she immediately said no no megan thee stallion. This is really yours. it's belongs to you. i should not be up here. I should not have this. This is your award. You could tell it was because she was embarrassed by this this show. Now i i gotta start in the beginning. The production on this show was the best. I have seen in at least a decade. There was a lot of thought went into it. They took the situation and said screw it. Let's not do this dumb and auditorium. We're going to have the the musicians onset and watching each other play and then you know covering up. Some set changes going to produce packages which were also dynamite. Bruno mars did just some fantastic stuff. The edits everything was. I'm sitting there with my mouth open. Like wow this so much money went into this. And i think you and i both agree. Whenever you put on the television shows television specifically a television show so good so kick-ass everything came together. It was just beautiful. No one ever watched it the ratings. Were down fifty five percent over last year so about though life so about two thirds of the way through something happened a bit turned into a blm. Black lives matter After police fast with fiance and beyond say clearly the queen beyond say saying megan. Thee stallion is my protege. The one point there was a band that was performing on this really weird stage at the end. it goes all the way up. And it's the it's the damn illuminates the all seeing eye. I mean also coincidentally the cbs logo. But i mean this was what it was. Unbelievable how this was put together as a As it just progressed towards the end to say you know what pretty much white people don't belong here. it was mind boggling. Did you watch any of it. Not probably not. I watched i watched it through the to the post malone right. Little bernburg was also embarrassed when he had to accept his award. Yeah i didn't see heart. It was you saw it is satanic presentation with the skulls and all the rest of that really bad. yeah. And i said i'm not gonna watch this crap and i just killed it and i went back to get. The bill burst of later. Because i wanted to see what the hell he did. That was so offensive. Yeah and He did say bid were bill. That was funny. What i liked a lot though this year. They did the dead segment differently. So normally you get one song. Someone comes out. Sings a tear jerker you get the pictures rotating boohoo. You're there at home. Like oh i did really that guy. Oh this year. They took like a good ten minutes and played multiple songs at video bites. And of course that caused problems you know. Why did eddie. Van halen only tar featured empty on an empty stage and and kenny. Rogers lionel richie song you know that kind of stuff but holy crap anyway. I think that's probably the last award show. You'll see they're dead their over. Nobody cares. there's no. There's no celebrity draw. It had nothing to do with an award show. It was just a damn good show. No one cares about it. They're not interested. They've turned to streaming during the lockdown. And it's all your own. Doing people are going away from cable news in droves and they're all coming towards podcasting that what's happening yes it is it is now a couple more things before we move on one one Do you remember the president of tanzania who was saying. Hey man this is. This kovic stuff is the cast is bowl cry. He tested a kiwi in a goat. Or something remember that. Yeah yeah he's dead. Daddy of the day is yeah hardheaded tribute to him on. Pbs hearted illness point about it. He was so inconvenient now. We had to get rid of him but in ireland. This is my last in ireland just like some inconvenient paperwork we heard about in candy navia. this is a Irish member of parliament and he is discussing the. And what is this out for the new they have one of those boards the ag. Think which is the The science advisory group who advises politicians on what to do well he got some of their internal communications and decided to share that. I want to raise theso-called zero carbon propose today. And i should mention that this is something to look out for the zero kovic. This is It's kind of like zero emissions and i think there's reasons there's reasons for that so zero covert is where we have to be which means everything has to be zero otherwise you can't get zero. That's what doctor. Dr bill tells me though if you got the you have to go because you can't make zero. I want to raise. The so-called zero korbut proposed them today a hearing for even district for even harsher lockdown metals for the remainder of the year report was published recently of the international correspondence and working their so called independent scientific advisory group which has been pushing procedural colbert and this group has many members. Many of whom are virtually household names such as the regularity of their appearances in the media but their internal correspondence suggests that the group is not using its positions on strict signs but in fact has been massaging the facts to try to entice politicians into adopting zero carbon. Just four weeks ago. The group head road to its members asking them to and i quote look for ways to increase insecurity. Anxiety and uncertainty and to quote go after people and institutions because people hurt faster than institutions. He said that's ridicule is man's most powerful weapon and that the threat of a thing is usually more terrifying thing itself in other words. People should be scared into accepting zero over now. This reads like something out of seoul. Alinsky for radicals maybe it is something from saul alinsky rules for radicals for the social democrats appear to have bought into these proposals. Their correspondents suggests that the group has been deliberately. Its target for zero. Covert in order to convinced that leadership to subscribe to the strategy. And all of this is in the public domain and yes incredibly is has not been reported by. Rt are in the print media. So why is such a group allowed to scaremonger with release being challenged on their internal conversations that we now know of either by the politicians are the media when the medical doctor advocates hurting people. Because people are faster than institutions so that person's views be supported by raptors members and reported on critically in the media. I ask well. We wanna talk to you about that. We have a meeting scheduled in tanzania. I mean this is bad. That's just make sense to me and he's right by the way is i've been combing over the alinsky material and yeah it's part of the ridicules one of the things that he has on his rules for radicals bright Some we do on our show. We actually following them. We fought we follow alinsky very closely on the show s. If you might be surprised. I don't want to think about how close we are to. We're just for jerry at ben and the thing about alinsky which i've talked about before and i'm gonna probably do an essay for sub stack on them or at least on four. Which is the real. Kicker that makes things work the what's rule rule for. Is that you if you go off your enemy you make them follow their own rules to the end Somebody says well you can't do this. You can't do that and then you said well you're doing it. I mean it's just it's a very interesting. What aboutism base likely you go look at. You can do it real quick. No i'm going to wait for the subject before you go any further excellent sub stack titled understanding homeschooling of put a link in the show notes under ot where it belongs Really good Good you did on that. Thanks appreciate that now Back to the alinsky thing. We follow alinsky on our show. We don't know that we do but we do. I think we've kind of internalized how we do it. But we do it and the thing that i was going to say initially was that a list. He's rules for radicals. Don't just apply to radicals there's been people have done books. Alinsky using alinsky for right wing using alinsky for this and that you don't have to use alinsky for anything but whatever you want use them for. He's pretty universal. He himself promotes himself. As a as a promoter of as a person who who's rules work for the left the same exact rules with no changes worked fine for the right. They work fine for the middle of the road. They work fine for anybody there. They're fabulous actually well and i would recommend you don't have to buy the right wing version just by his book and read. It didn't expect to get into this right now but it may be worth it I got a note from millennial. Kate near the one in chicago recall And this is regarding the bachelor now. Of course you and i don't follow this may maybe you do. I don't know but There was right quite the to do quite the to do over what we know that. The winner Pictures appeared of her Attending an antebellum party. That's why the hosts had to go away. 'cause he says what's his woke shit. He hadn't even seen the pictures but he had to apologize and go go Be among for for a year so before we can get back on. Tv what what happened with With this the final show I will But when we play Play a little. Bit i the so. This was the guy the bachelor a black guy for For context i think the girl she may be more multicultural. I don't even think she's white. I'm not sh-. She looked a little like changes of asian to me. I don't know this. Only the only clip i've ever seen of it but He broke up with her because of this because clearly she's a racist and you and this is now all coming out because the last episode aired and it's like oh my god you know. Here's the here's what happened. I realized that atmosphere and really hard and free as to where we must have been hurting just lying to sam boy sars understanding not initially what questions our relationship it was on the context of you not fully understanding my blackness and what it means to be a black man in america and what it would mean enviro kids when i saw those things that were floating around the internet and number of bar because this is the last conversation i thought we'd be and here's what Millennial kate says so. Ten minutes ago she emailed me earlier this week. I was minding my own business cooking dinner. My roommate comes out to exclaim how she's quote so excited to see that girl get called out for being a racist live tv racist followed by. This is great drama. And then millennial kate says it hit me not only just virtue signaling. Make people feel morally superior and so good about themselves but it's also enjoyable drama. People are addicted to cancel culture for the drama. So it's not only giving that sweet sweet dopamine hit when they feel superior and right but it's also great entertainment for twenty something year old women who have no lives outside of instagram. Now let's listen to a twenty year old woman with her reaction. I think most people in america had figured out that mad had picked sorry. That was a bad joke. But i like anyway rachel. The young lady who was involved in this. Because that's because otherwise. Why would they be. You know getting rid of chris and going jump through the hoops that they were jumping through. I was surprised though that he actually broke up with her because of it because he originally had defended her. But i think that was. Probably the real thing that i've ever seen on the bachelor an interracial relationship and then having one side not understand now this guy at total idiot. This whole thing was a scam. Hold on. let's let him finish answer. Yes i think it had. They been in a relationship for a longer period of time right where there was You know the the their relationship a bigger longer and better foundation. I think it may have been something that they might have been able to work out but From a reality show and not really knowing each other that well. That's tough stuff and tough played out the way it played out. I'm not surprised. And i'm sure it came as a shock to him and a shock to her. Here's what i will say though if you look at her apology. It appears that she is willing to do the work understand. What our actions bad. If she is willing to do we will see and that will certainly make all the difference but so far in all of this. She's been the one who is apologize and has apologized in a way that seems sincere and that goes a long way. so you've been blessed by donna. Lemon there you go. You've been blessed move onto this. This is a complete farce. This was scared of course because the that's what the reality show. Of course it stage a phony baloney deal to be suckered at at a news anchor level. Like don lemon. Just exposed himself the some ways and more ways than one he shows. What a moron is. this is ridiculous this whole scenario. Thank you for as good publicity. For the show. I lo- it broke before the final season had low television ratings down. What are we going to do. We want to get renewed. We don't wanna have to do make good. We want to do well. Of course it's so and even adds reality show people being played both i think you're our our millennial producer in chicago. At least has a clue. Yes she does more than a clue but i'm blessed. She sent that in because it is funny that some one of her friends know several. She lives with a whole bunch of girls over friends. Sucker sucker it hook line and sinker by this bullshit. I'm sure they all got the vaccine the next day off final tier since we're just all over the map Dictionary dot com has Changed yet something else in their in their entries. It's always interesting when this takes place because words do matter. Dictionary dot com will stop using slave as a noun to describe people. Do you know why. I'm all ears because it's dehumanizing instead they will use enslaved. This began member. We pointed this out on the show. People using enslaved yup. Yup you're right. You have a clip of that. I think you might have had a clip. I'd be probably as good. Slate is being an enslaved cotton. Picker the enslaved. Amy amy driving the words. She's driving words you know. It's only a matter of time. So if i say shut up slave i'm meaning somewhat humanizing them. Not humid is and what if you want to dehumanize somebody by calling him stupid slave well you are not welcome. You are not welcome at dictionary dot com. If that's what you're thinking no you cannot do that now. Against the rules to use dehumanizing speech. When i when the intent is to humanize well if you're playing scrabble. Yeah you lose. Slave is no longer. It can only be enslaved toby. Good enslaved doesn't even work then slave we need freedom we need to get rid of. Routes routes is no longer progressive. The movie wrote the book go because it should go because it's trauma based entertainment. That's coming from my friend but Yeah i mean this whole idea of noodle gun the razors locked and loaded do something else. You wanna take a little break. We take a break with that. I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in the covert canine unit. John c borrow morning to you. Mr m curry. Also in the morning all ships to see boots on the in the suburbs in the water and all the days. The nights out there in the morning to the trolls in the troll room. 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I'm conscious of it But you can sign up at gitmo dot life and I've seen a couple of other people who are taking this to heart and have started their own instances for themselves and for their families and we're learning how to integrate the timelines. There's some tricks possibly. So here's a little more tricks. There's more flow But this is what Decentralisation is all about and do you need to break it up into pieces so that there's not one week lincoln the chain and we were and it's not a money issue and i'm sure that we could finance the money of aaron. I won't take any money from refuses because value value But that's not going to solve it. It's we need this a forceful move mean to force we. What are you laughing. Sorry that's got nothing to do with you or what you said geeky. What are you. Laughing about your. You're watching porn. what are you doing. i'm here. I'm here making a case and you're what do you watch it. What are you laughing at. Tell me okay. Here's the next part of this as you go on you'll continue with this spiel. And then you talk about the art. And so. I had opened the art generator And you'll see what. I was laughing at when you do the same thing. Okay well everyone. Who's playing along. And if you wanna podcast in two point oh app you can see this appear now as that image you mean lots of lean is that one you refer to know you smell something. That's the one by lean. Oh yeah no yeah. that's right. yeah. I'm sorry i didn't notice the hardest very funny. That's a winner right. They're gonna have go along the season. Give boys here. S your energy. Well let's thank brad one x for the album art for episodes thirteen twenty nine we titled that one boba liberals and i got Several emails from asian american producers. Thanks for weighing in. Nice to have you guys here. I knew we had my asians out there. Can i learning a lot now before you continue. I want to publicly apologize for going along with this particular piece of art by think offensive fucker. You didn't mention any of this selecting it. i was kind of forced into do accepting it. I now feel bad about it because this is making fun of the elderly and it is and by already feel bad about doing these biden clips on every sunday. Tyler oh excuse me. There's the bus push again. So i can get right under it. I want to be positioned. Well i don't know what it's got to do. You look who also would force you into this. I didn't four shoe. We both agreed it was. There's nothing better. i don't know what you do. I just make it clear that. I personally and publicly apologizing for this artwork that you can apologize for it and just did but you. You weren't forced into anything. Oh oh my gosh. But i'm going to start recording our after show because no know. Now it's like i need. Okay let me get further apology. I somewhat promoted this piece. Because it was the best of the group. And i feel bad about. Okay well i don't feel bad at all not at all you can. Then you can live with the karmic consequences and by the way. I understand your apology. i can live with it because it am mocking the elderly abuse of joe biden. And i've been someone who said that from day one. I said this is elder abuse. I don't like to have. I agree so so. I am in this meta anyway. This was the walker force walker force one although it did not have the requested tennis balls on each of the four would make no sense would not have made any sense and this was clearly a presidential model Someone was telling me that it was just such a great piece of art. That i think i just slipped into the convenience of saying yeah. It's damned good. I love the mask hanging off of it. The presidential seal the little little pad and everything a football maybe contained in there So we appreciate what brad one x has done and Brad one x will get The well of course received the credit as the artist Who brought us. The art work episode. Thirteen twenty nine no agenda. Art generated dot com. Where you can see all of this if you're using podcast into bono The app then you can see these images. This is catching on now. People are seeing Art change on their watches. Smartwatches kind of wild and we and we have a brand new app coming in about a week's time so hopefully on the thursday show. In a week we'll have some cool news to To announce telling you. I keep looking at the just too funny okay. No agenda. not yes. Indeed noah generator dot com everybody and thanks. All this is part of our value for value model. Where the idea is you. Give back in some meaningful way time. Talent treasure treasure. Make the number meaningful to you for whatever reason. It's all good with us. 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I no longer listen to like is but i rarely miss no agenda. The show is help me understand. The baby made a tom woods. Maybe meant tom woods on the tom would show. Id the he. Nobody just comes out but like other the balloon okay. True and i was on the tom. Leykis schurenberg time long time ago though before cove it is before trump. Yeah i did a show a couple of times over the phone during the trump era but like as a huge trump painter so that was the end. He's our work with documentaries. I directed the documentaries. I hope you accurate. What your documentaries. American federale about the mexican cartels larger than life is su su su su su next george nights night. He's night yes ignite. And i'm currently working on a film about the birth of the off. This is okay. Sex by the way too old white guys going. Sushil shoot shoot suk soon. I know trinidad at night. We is is is a. I'm i'm happy to say something bad about a politician before something. 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I was told by the sheriff himself that this this at the conclusion of the meeting. Russell grabbed his chest and passed away. He was the say because of my reliance on the no agenda show. I have been avoiding canoes. Aircraft hot tubs. to cousy and association of the with the clintons. I would like to be known in this. Show a sir. Michael douglas carlin. I would appreciate an invite from someone to the no agenda social not hard to find. Get on the list for the booth we know. Are you kidding me. He's i got one four. I got while sending one. Course if you're gonna follow rule. Four of the of of the take a purge. I'll take persia count good at the ceremony. Please add vodka and vermouth. All the best michelson i signature by the way i'm looking at his note. michael carlin. So he's another big show. We had another hollywood bigshot. So yeah so. This is his movie City of lies. Johnny depp holy crap. That's not so he must have a imdb page where his executive producer of the no agenda show will will pop up and be careful. Michael do not ever get become an associate executive. No no not like not like hollywood. everyone knows. Is those bad news. Bad lake michigan Thank you do. We have any nothing that he wanted. Something i'm sure it didn't as i am. Hold on a second it's worth looking at. Let's take a look to puck movie. All right yeah man agenda credits gonna look hot hot up there really good He wants The documentary filmmaking karma and at the ceremony vodka and vermouth you got it. You've got karma okay. This is at blake michigan which is as no agenda social handle in chicago. Thirteen hundred and thirty dollars. Please don't mention my name. It's not blake michigan duke. But my had it was blake michigan. I know which is fine. Name is something i know. I'm just kidding. Just being mean all window so saw have a small note for how you know. I really do feel bad about that walker thing. Small windows will have a small note for now. Is the window. You can expand by cutting and pasting into it. John and adam you have don't hit the turnkey. Though john anatomy you have directly and positively affected the lives of so many. Thank you for your courage. We'll thank you for your contribution and a short note. So i'm thinking you have some clip your some something later in the show that you're setting me up for with rocker bit. Don't trust it. I wish i was dead. Tammy mcclain also jumped on the thirteen thirty and we really appreciate that. I do not have a state for her but she wants a whole bunch by the way we put all three of them including our guy at the top of our producer. Mr michael go into thirteen thirty club. Absolutely see where i might jingles thirty three magic number and respected true mt g. I call bullcrap that who was empty. Gee i who mpg. But i know what i call the one. That's you. I have that one. I know that one no. I called volkers. That woman hear the crap. I am marjorie taylor green. That's what it is marjorie. That's not marjorie taylor. Green it's not know this boettger. They were the woman from colorado. But believe me people get it wrong all the time most frequently misspelled jingle douche deducing. Yeah do do. She's a very very fact as very very tough word for for our people. My show club donation thirteen thirty knighthood a memory of my dad. Thirty three has been taunting me for a very long time. This is the first show that includes the number thirty three since my dad left us last fall mostly due to f- in cancer if i could have convinced him to listen to podcasts at age eighty two. I know it would have been a big fan of the show. Please night him sir. Gerald barber and farmer of central kansas. yes posthumously. of course i've been writing the coattails. The donations made by my incredible hubby. Dave of cuba cuba missouri. Who introduced me to the show slowly over the years more like tapping me on the shoulder than giving me a smack in the mouth. We also used to watch it but in the last year and a half. I don't think i've missed a single show. You both have made a difference in me. Going from nearly fully woke to a wake with my eyes wide open to the m five m. that's a good line. I was. I went from fully woke to awake with your eyes wide open to the five. We frequently discussed the topics on the show. Hey you know what that's what we do with our families too. So thank you both for your time and effort. Thomas tam tam. Tam joe's tam josie zego. Psi just barely made it into no agenda social will. You're lucky tammy you. You are one of the fortunate ones you can thousand. Yeah okay ongoing. The magic s text. I call bullcrap karma. They'll made me says to me. You know you're reading these notes and by the time were in the two hundred dollar donations. You're slurring that's true that's true. 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Nagy is in another state. He's in manchester michigan. Three hundred fifty dollars and he is. He's not in another state. Coincidentally is in the same state in the morning to you. Adam c. j. c. d. I love what you two are doing. You both like You're like light sabers of truth. Cutting through the disinformation and bullshit of the five m Keep up the great. Work matt nagin. Manchester get thank you for the short note erica. This long when erica callahan. Three thirty three thirty three from a weekly pennsylvania in the morning to you both I've been listening to no agenda for the last year after being hit the mouth by see mike and his lovely wife dame black hammer and they're eighteen children. It's time i returned some. I made that up but they have a lot. I got a lot of kids. It's time i returned some value for value. I'm a nurse. Anesthetist and of work in healthcare for twenty four years. You're not no nonsense reporting pay attention. You're no nonsense. Reporting of the covid lie has kept me sane when i'm surrounded by kool-aid lapping co workers. Who have worked themselves into hysterics despite a workplace really disproving the m five m coverage so much i could say about the rona but time and space does not permit for the sake of brevity i will say that you are both lutely one hundred percents spot on regarding covert the national average occupancy at the height of things was only around ten percent as you reported so there was never a curve to flatten. This was all about the great reset not health. And i fear. It's never going away. I've resigned myself to the fact that the witness that we are witnessing the death of common sense brought to you by the real pandemic oversized. This is a problem. please give birthday. Shout out to the girl who made me a mommy. My daughter grace bond will turn fourteen this saturday march twentieth a by the way. It's anti racism and she loved to listen to know agenda with me. Pay grace thank you for helping. Keep her in check. I've been telling you for years that our actions will be governed by reason and logic not emotions and no agenda has been a source of validation for this all mom jingle requests. China's asshole followed by. It's true praying for both erica callahan in pennsylvania. Thank you erica. And i'm sure you have a fine human resource as ass hoes true. Thank you thank you very much so she mentions are reporting on like a beef beef. But i'm like in a back and forth with the fbi. What you with the fbi. Yeah like the real fbi for real the talking to the fbi in washington d. c. Talking to you well with form letters. Okay beside the point doing his. I'm working on my skills to get. F oh i as freeman in for eck requests ta okay. Am determine that. I'm not a journalist or quarter are part of any news organization. And i might have to pay full dough the it if you're a reporter journalist and part of a news organization you get to do the foia's in all you pay for our copying fees. And what's i'm learning the ropes. Yeah yeah what's the cost full cost. I don't know yet. Because i haven't gotten a bill because they haven't done a sir. I mean they rejected. All my requests will not gonna talk about that because they're going to be surprised when i get him back. Yeah i guess so but this is really got gold. Because i don't know what the charges are. They don't tell you any of this. These check boxes on these form. Letters in these check marks and i've been determined to be a civilian and had to pay full bull claw. Whatever it costs work. Do you have a contact number. Only all the email or or resolve meal back and forth mail. I don't have a person to talk night. Well i think you have somebody in the audience. Maybe you're next letter should start with. Excuse me don't you know who i am. Did you have to request a certain form that form like letter anyway. So you can't do a lot of a lot of bending here. I'm sure that you can get some letterhead or something. That will prove that you work for w small station near town because we have people who work there. They'll you can probably do something. There's no reason. Why can't it in the position. I'm in with my background. Should be accredited by the f. b. i. Do these these requests. I think i think this is maybe the dummy contract to go that you just got to push through and then they come through yeah. I'm thinking that might be what i'm dealing with. Here's a dummy contracts. So i didn't realize divi way that just came to feel a lot better. Okay i didn't realize that foia had to pay for for you if you're just a citizen i mean i'm absolutely convinced. It's not cheap. Because they don't want every idiot asking him for stuff. On word sir jackie's next unlisted to hundred three three dollars and thirty three cents jingles. No karma thank you. Jackie a nice sweaty wad a value for ya. Keep doing what you do. We love him. Jackie sweaty value sweaty values correct toward their ronin and seven f s and seventy. Three's three one. Seven dot two one in carlsbad california. Jingle requests karma shot for john and adam for doing an excellent job. Thank you for your courage. It was a great meeting. All of the san diego no agenda community members and look forward to the next one seventy-three sir craig the doronin in carlsbad. I'm not in portland anymore. But also hello to the oregon local thirty three community Seventy three's to you number. Seven fox sierra november five alpha. Charlie charlie james foster in belmont north carolina to forty nine forty to forty nine forty nine. He is the Associate executive producer on east has. It m jets. I feel compelled to send you guys a chunk of my super bowl gambling winnings landing a new job this week after nearly six months of searching good north carolina Interesting good bet by the way. Yeah i left my finance gig at la at large finance gig at at a large social media advertising agency back at the end of september the woke tards. The agency just became too much for me at one point last year. Some of the children were calling for the agency to stop allowing clients to spend money advertising on any platform related to fox advertisers. Make money they do it by placing ads and getting a piece of that too. They would what exactly they they even question why we were doing business with facebook as they believe. They may help manipulate the election again. Our ceo has had a town hall meeting explaining that we could not dictate clients spend and that cancelling platforms would lead the people not having jobs your insanity anyways. I wanted to call out just in. Houston for being douchebag explanation for jingles. Can i get a kellyanne conway. Money shot Good night left. Nut house thout. She leased and look at that juice and alex jones. It's over. oh yes sure the too much but okay much love rick. That's of money shop. Jesus we're looking at the money. Shot kidding conway. Money shot good night left. Gosh can you see that jews over. Actually story yeah. We all got the story. It's a good story story is randy. The gall in rambagh rambler all new south wales australia. Three thirty three thirty three okay. This is a yeah gets bumped up as this does three three three three three dollars toward damehood my smoking hot girl kylie keeper who turns forty seven on saturday. Can i get a racecar. Reverend whose thanks his smoking. Hot wife please. All the best. Or andy already in the exact category. So i mean we wanna move them higher on the list. Is that what you're saying was up there. He's a he's an executive producer. Three three three. I know all. Yeah yeah yeah. The problem is in order. Because you we do it at the end i got it will. There's a problem that i can fix. Because i can do it in the mix bohm. It's free and west west amt in new jersey. Is that right. i'm with him. I don't know a west amt on and that's what it says. Two thirty three thirty three i. I discovered no agenda after john's appearance on. Who are these podcasts ago. Score or these podcasts donation. All of this toxic toxic talk chautauqua propaganda palatable much like a water treatment facility processing raw sewage tap water. That's us that's not where you get your tap but we'll take it complements complements always possible to compliment you to do a public service level albeit without the floride adam. This is the best sounding. Podcast i have ever heard. Thank consider you of visionary of the truest sense of the word. Your enthusiasm is contagious john. You're oh you're contagious atom. John you are one of the funniest people on the planet. Yeah through shp. Call out jason and andrew andrew. You're lucky enough to be hitting them out by myself and it would only be it would only be wrong not to call him out. Okay jingles long hit alabama. You might die. Shut up slave and jobs karma. Let me get ready to you. Might ducks john's jobs. Jobs and jobs are how long we can play that you shut up slave before deployed just have a new one made shut up and slaved shut up in by the way we need it. Shut up in slave. Yeah we need that. We might as well be pc roderick of flavor town in charlotte north carolina. Two dot six nine sir roderick of flavored town which i never knew charlotte was flavored town. But he says it is now two two six nine triple twin flame donation order honor of captain funds. Stuff with the sixty nine kicker. Just for fun. As i make my way towards baruni just a quick note. Thank you for keeping the sanity is always an autistic test test for all the douche bags out there who have listened to the show for a decade and have it donated the ford v will only survive if we keep it alive so unless you want nothing right m five m garbage in your future. Donate i'm looking at you. Can smith please throw a jobs. Calmer to my see you next tuesday soon to be ex wife good. Riddance man moron. Parma look at the juice. It's almost too delicious to believe. Oh minus good work. You to sign serve broaddrick of realtor realtor not realtor realtor. I've been given a lesson in this realtor. Wait wait. St you better give me the lesson. you are if you are a member of the club. The club that that is always trying to find out. If you're a racist or not the your realtor if you pay and you're a member of the of the of the guilt whatever that's called otherwise you are a real estate agent. Oh yes. I knew this part i thought was i tell you. We're going after my pronunciation. No no well. Yeah you didn't said realtor. And i said realtor like you say nuclear nuclear. But it's realtor it's realtor not realtor right. Yeah i've never been a habit. I don't care about bray. Don't care neither. Do i really. I'm gonna gosh. Can you see that jews. It's almost too delicious to believe my jobs. Jobs jobs and jobs. That's kevin rising in louisville kentucky louisville two to ten. Let me read this one. okay. I've been listening for ten years. When they found the podcast from john twit. We emptied that audience. Didn't we just wanted to donate. Because i turned twenty nine on the eighteenth which is thursday show and considering ushered in my twenties with your deconstruction. I would be remiss. If i didn't bring more value for value before it's all over now technically. I haven't been adduced. Since then. If only for the fact that i donated via bitcoin on march seventh twenty thirteen you guys were bashing bitcoin specifically adam who is using it and i decided to donate one point three one three bitcoin worth seventy three dollars at the time and send a few emails on how to track donations along with the birthday shoutout. By the way that would have been worth about seventy five thousand dollars today. It's always worth something today. But if we had kept it say got it. We would have probably sold it when it got the four hundred of course of course of course but it's nice to for jack you know j. C claims that he's got to hold bitcoins lost somewhere in an old hard disk. And i think the eric mentioned something about he lost a couple of bitcoin. People louis these things now all you need to do is write down your twelve or twenty four phrases and you don't need your hard drive but sadly anyway. I continue innocent a few emails on how to track the nations along with birthday. Shout out to my surprise. The next show. I listened to adam denounce btc transactions and my donation and birthday shout out went unnoticed. Maybe it was. Because i sent the email. Any feedback outlook dot com e v. Which was mentioned in the show for missing emails or for the bitcoin. Thing do you remember any any feedback at outlook dot com absolutely not. That doesn't ring true to me anyways. It's not the value of the donation. Now that has weighed heavy on my heart. All this time the fact that i never got a birthday shout ordeal. Then or kevin or kevin kevin. We're sorry i am sorry. I'm more sorry about this. And about the the disgusting cart that push thing that biden push around. I feel bad. I feel bad about this one. Yeah i do too. I really do feel good about that And run the list today by the way kevin. Yes he's on the list today And i apologized you and you're right what did i know. And it took me Seven years for. I figured it out. And i have a maximalist now. Seven little cheese no real conflict. You got it know i'm gonna throw in a goat karma 'cause you deserve it you've got last on the list of sir puck of western north carolina in flat rock buner dollars. He's in north carolina. Flat rock i like this. Imagine somebody we're going to name this town bill. I don't know what he was the first thing you see. Let's call it the house with the indians doing the name to kids. Oh there's a flat rock puts me over to trigger my favorite tune titled changes and become baronet puck of western. North carolina shot to any. Es as my morning constitutional 's are way more relaxing compared to my twitter face bag days. It's like part tae. And yes. I i don't get in conversations twitter's stupid On a personal note. I've been listening since well before. Show two hundred. And i just wanna thank you all including all the folks in your lives that support you in doing this. Like the she'll. I recently got one hundred percent off social media except link to in which is which is worse his could. That's a horrible social media thing lincoln. Jeez well unless you're trying to get a job but it doesn't work for that either. What happens but neither you are. I know but the keeper does. There are a lot of due to stock professional women on lincoln. It's quite annoying. I believe that I believe that. I have a story to tell do. Tell i have a fake woman Beautiful by beautiful. Every good story should start with. I have a fake woman. That's always a woman to fake woman. Beautiful fake woman. That's on linked in. And i posted up as you know with a good background. The whole thing is just as a honey trap. See what kind of douche backs come on our. Oh this is you. You are the fake woman. Yeah oh sweetness. And i'm telling you now. I know what you did after you left second life. I know we're all so it's pretty embarrassing. I can see what she's talking about. And and people. I know i've kept it to myself really people you know who've been hit because i managed to link up with her in such a way that she got into my network and next thing you know she's got it got her own little network. That's pretty big has a lot of people in it and they're hitting on her and it's like okay now. You know you're supposed to do what you're supposed to chat these guys up and then say you know let's do Let's do a skype. You don't turn your camera on. Take show me but you look like and then you got to know about it. I only so sick go but these guys pull a tube in his what. You're trying to tell me or at least expose the yes. Yeah that's what i'm saying. You are correct. That's right and you should be there with the pbr. Pbr had on smiling at pbr. Has buddy doing all. No he uses out. He says you went all in jeddah social. I wish i'd done it sooner. I just use a web interface no notifications and while it's full of confirmation bias. And i guess i light. Yes confirmation bias toward the show. I like to think that the years. I've spent listening to you to makes me question. Everything to an extent is just so great to have a community of like minded folks even if there are few fringe folks in their folks is another one of these racist. Guest is racist social justice. I wear my night ring every day. Plating is gonna come off of it if you do that. And swapped between the doj e challenge. Coin the coin nice and i've even managed to hit more than a few people in the mouth over our decade plus together. I here's another thirteen plus years. Thanks thanks for the nation in the note teen. So i think he may have. He may put something on instagram or something tina so maybe twitter tina saw it. Look at this this challenge coin. Maybe you wanna see all my challenge coins. He's like no. That's okay that's all right. It's a real chick magnet. A i have a challenge coin. Here they'll do. It works very well. Wow did he need a karma for this now. I did nothing else requested. I believe he will have a title on. See how we get. It was a good group of people with executives. Net could not with good notes on the not. A lot of jingles went into ones that were given make sense. In other words they tell the story. wanna thank. These folks were producing this show. Yes it is episode. Thirteen thirty of the no agenda show. Best podcast in universe and We appreciate These people who have titles some can put them on their imdb. You may be able to open imdb with them. I don't know about that and others like to put the modeling. Did another place. We try it if you notice the newsletter. I did promote the idea. We had a couple of different things. Promotions including the belated pi day. Donations of three one. Four one three one four dot twenty that we've got new yet none getting work All no no. That's not gonna work We'll be thanking more producers in our second to donations segments. You can tell these are these are. These are funny segments. You learn something in these. And if you'd like to participate in this for our sunday show you have to do is go to this website to dot org slash and thank you very much for your time your talent and your treasure here. The best podcast of our formula is this. We go out people in the mouth august. I should mention that pie donation. I had three selections one of them was three thousand three thousand. Nobody's doing that one. Three hundred one. Nobody did that but the thirty one dollars and forty one cents. Three people really picked up on a three hole people including gave thank you. Thank you to all all of those people. Yeah oh my okay. Well biden. Yeah yeah biden. Biden goes on good morning. America and happy because i did not see this interview. So i'll be able to hear your edits. Blyden do any edits that. I want any edits but know you will. You'll hear the episode there edits. Oh no when. I was there edits to make a noise when i hear an editor just Now the bi try so they talked about got one two three. This was this billed as a as him. Finally speaking to the press or this plugged to his news conference just talking to abc. Yeah really no. I think he's gonna do a news conference but this was. This was promoted as this is joel coming out and talking and it was obvious to me because the some of the some of the edits were joe where he goes off the rails and two. They caught all of his gaffes all of them. There's no gifts. He made one little mistake and they couldn't they didn't cut it in spot it. I think i'm spotted under news. Media would never spotted. And we'll start with that one and this is the gm biden illogic as the clip. Let's talk about the crisis at the border. Some heartbreaking scenes down there right now a lot of the migrants coming in saying they're coming in because you promised to make things better. It seems to be getting worse by the day. Was it a mistake not to anticipate this surge surge well first of all there was a surge the last two years and nineteen and twenty. There was a surge as well. I well it could be. But here's the deal. First of all the idea that joe biden said come. Because i heard the other day that they're they're coming because you know i'm a nice guy and i won't do this. Yeah well here's the deal. Here's the deal. They're not dull should be sent back number one number two. What do you do with an unaccompanied child comes to the border to repeat. What trump did you take them from their mothers to move them away. Hold them in cells etc. I heard an editor at the end there. Well joe mood. Probably but joe mood. Let's go over the what he said please. Gm i couldn't get rid of what do you do about unaccompanied minors he says Do you do what trump did and take them away from their mothers isn't that beautiful unaccompanied minors being taken away from their mothers who are not accompanying them. That's exactly what he said. Now and i think abc's found most of these kinds of stupid foul ups and comments that are dumb like that Unaccompanied minors with their mother. but the rest of them. They're all clean this this the only one that got by him and nobody picked up on it. Nobody in the media so what he said. This is a great. Well see it. But they couldn't get rid of it so they couldn't cut out of it. They tried cutting in with. Here's the deal. Here's the deal couple times that. Put that in awe okay. We'll go well done so he kept saying. Here's the deal. Here's the deal and look look look all right here. He here he is on the. Let's try this question is which ordered This is a continuation of the talkie was just giving and this is the dumbest i this you had to listen to this one and tell me what you think this is the gma biden asylum in place clip. We're not doing that so what we're doing is we have brought in brought an hhs and also brought in fema to provide for enough safe facilities for them not to get out of control of the border patrol which are not designed to hold people for long periods of time particularly children. Get them out of those facilities and most of them come with a phone number. So what we're doing is we're putting together. An entire organizational structure so that within seven days. Or maybe you're getting the phone contact that number. Find out whether there is a mother a father whether it is safe whether it is secure circumstance to get the child to that adult. It's going to take some time though to get those policies in place again. Do you have to say quite clearly. Don't come yes. I can say quite clearly. Don't come and what we're in the process of getting set up and it's not going to take a whole long. Time is to be able to apply for asylum in place. Don't leave your town or city or community. We're gonna make sure we have facilities in those cities and towns run by and also access with health and human services to say you can apply for silent from where you are right now. Make your case. We'll have people there to determine whether or not you are able to meet the requirements you qualify for asylum. That's the best way to do this. I'm confused didn't we already have that in place. I clearly remember the trump administration now. The trump administration put a the asylum offices. If you want to call on that. I on the other side of the border in mexico. Okay now he's haul your ass up to mexico and then you go right. Well no they're going to take input offices american offices for h. S and fema and they're gonna take americans and put them down in guatemala in all the cities in guatemala whatever city or any said in the cities all cities more than one twelve. And you're going to have you go in there and you apply right there in the office because there's american office right there just makes no sense. While isn't just the devil's advocate. He's not exactly what embassies new embassies embassies do that. Yes you if you go to the embassy and say i request asylum I think they have to at least take you in and do the evaluation. I believe i believe so okay. So hey i'm okay with an asylum process. I don't have a problem with it. Either but this to move a bunch of d h s and fema employees down to guatemala the setup shop when what you said is true which is there's an embassy down the embassy should do. Maybe that's maybe they're gonna expand a wing of the embassy but i want to us embassy employees diplomats who you don't use. Dhs fema fema. Well i would say that's because they expect a lot of people to sign up. So i i will note this step enough. 'less whatever pronounces the new. He did no follow up questions on any of this. I mean the the opportunity to say well especially with the taking the unaccompanied children away from their mothers would just invite a follow up or clarification would be all but himself. I'm just it. It all depends on the criteria for asylum that we are a country that cares about people but it has to be you. Know you have to qualify. But it's kind of being played by the right wing. Media and tucker. Carlson went off like a nutjob on this saying jobs. Without asking the american people you bring in more people and making us poorer and worse. That's for people who make it in but just asylum. And i don't think it's a big deal okay. So a lot of people want asylum and the embassy can handle association. The whole bunch of dhs down there. It's more a question of are. They just rubber-stamping people and saying no problem can keep on going. Here's your papers. That's what i'd like to know dope problem with legal immigration or asylum. It's just it's we don't have your right to stephanopoulos that poor job. No one's asking the actual questions. What does that mean no okay. It was scripted. let's face it scripted and then added down so bind. It looked didn't look normal. It looked like he was on top of the top of his game. The here he is about leaving afghanistan president trump reach deal with the taliban. Have all american troops lead by. May i are going to leave. I'm in the process of making the decision. Now as to when they'll leave the fact is that that was not a very salty negotiated deal that the president the former president worked out. And so we're in consultation with our allies as well as the government and That decision's gonna be. It's in process now likely to take longer. I think a lot longer but may i. It's tough could happen. But it is tough because look one of the drawbacks george. This is gonna be like sanskrit people listening here but it is The failure have an orderly transition from the trump presidency to my presence which usually takes place from election days. The time you're sworn in has cost me and consequences for example. We didn't realize how bad things were in terms of lack of vaccines. We were not able to get access to this information. That's part of. That's one of the issues we're talking about now was first of all. What's with the sanskrit people listening idea. Why said that sanskrit. That's like does. He mean a different word for iranians glow. The sanskrit only refers to indians. As far as i know email is a racist comment. indo is the oh is it. I didn't know that. It sanskrit as indo iranian so the persian script derived from sanskrit indo iranian languages. Aryan languages indo iran. Yeah i don't know anything about. I'm just reading wikipedia. The means nothing but this now this afghanistan reply is coley well. The question is inadequate as is the reply and he says with our ally. I'm thinking because he says now that you brought the indo iran and Does he mean by our allies iran. Let's I tell you what. Let's go back because the iranians to hate hate the taliban listening solemnly negotiated deal that your president to former president worked out and so we're in consultation with our allies as well as the government and That decision's gonna be it's in process now likely to take longer. I think a lot longer but may i. It's tough could happen. But it is tough because look one of the drawbacks. George in this gonna be like sanskrit people listening here but oh no. He said something different. This is going to be like sanskrit to people listening here. Does that mean that we were too dumb to understand what he implies for. Sure backs george. Niskanen be like sanskrit people listening here but talk. It is the failure. Have a transitioned from cheese. That's really odd inscribed just as iran on his mind. Yes all right more to more and by the way. The only reason we're there is to guard the poppy fields. Wakeup with way got stephanopoulos. Wakeup ask about the pop. Why are we protecting the poppy fields and he should say the answers well. We don't want the poppies to get in the hands of people we don't control we are drug cartels. That's the answer but yeah we like. It's part of the cia black budget. Yes they make for a lot. More money from the tax payers if they weren't making some money on the side and you know this is a pretty good idea little gig gig economy over there. It's a gig economy. So let's go on with what he thinks about putin. How this is also ratcheting up now. Drives me nuts. Director of national intelligence came out with a report today saying that putin siwei stop stop. Stop the direct. This is bullcrap. What he's about to say. And this was debunked by the latest blend greenwald world column where he just blasted the media for propagating a bunch of bull crap including this and here it is right in been real time. They're propagating this nonsense about the russian interference in the twenty twenty election. But people got to track down. Glenn greenwald system. Which wasn't even that long. It was only it was long enough is enough. I saw it. I always know what time tina comes comes out of her morning. Read in the bed. By how long. The the glenn greenwald article v article okay. Ten minutes later than usual must be a long taibbi article. Yeah he we go. Director of national intelligence came out with a report today saying that putin authorized operations during the election under denigrate you support trump undermine our elections. Divide our society. What price must pay. He will pay a price. I we had a long talk. We've i know relatively well and the conversation's started off. I said i know you and you know me. If i established this occurred then be prepared. He said he no. He doesn't have a soul. Why did say that to him. Yes and to and his response. Was we understand one another. I wouldn't be a wise guy was alone with him in his office. That's how it came when hold on a second. When was he in. This is. This is a long time ago. This is not recent he makes it sound like you just had this talk and then it's like well in his office full of crap to this one. I got arrested trying to find a nelson. Mandela's this is. Oh yeah. I told him you got no soul asshole in his office. When no one was there i did. I'm bad and his response. Was we understand one another. I wouldn't mean a wise guy. I was alone with him in his office. That's how it came about. It was when president bush's said i've looked in his eyes and saw soul. I said look your ice. And i don't think you have a soul and look back me. Said we understand each other most important thing dealing with foreign leaders. Wow my experience. And i dealt with an awful lot more. My career is just no the other guy. So you know vladimir putin you think he's a killer Do so what price must he pay. The price is going to pay. We'll you'll see shirley. I'm not gonna talk by the way we ought to be able that old that trait expression walk and chew gum at the same time. There are places where it's in our mutual interest to work together. That's why i renewed to start agreement with him that that occurred while he's doing this but that's overwhelming an interesting humanity that we diminish the prospect of a nuclear exchange. Hold on a second pritam minute if there was an interview with courthouse salvatore reconcile. That's the stephanopoulos of russia and putin said that soulless bastard joe biden. I know he did. He's got what's coming to him. He'll find out we would be going ape shit we would have the giant voice systems ten drilling us every week rushing calming. You can't say that in an international an international stage. Yeah i'll get back at you. You'll see what's going to happen. I'm sorry i am. I am i. Overreacting didn't have that reaction necessarily because i think biden senile. But you're not overreacting. The way i see it if you think that reaction is reasonable cheese mike goodness if putin had done the same thing and may these sites of Insulting him well. It's it's a. He's saying. The united states will strike back at him. Bomb them bomb then and bomb them again. You know all right fine yes. I'm sure putin is also laughing. Like ah find joe. If putin's got that much of me he does have a some something of a sense of humor. Because we've seen it exhibited. I don't think he likes this sort of thing where the president calls him a soul as a whole and that he was going to maui each other we know each other. That's bullcrap stinks. So let's just debunk. With a basically with greenwald was saying was that there was no such report. There was no report or there is the report. There's a report that has apps ed with admittedly no evidence blather. Right being reported as something that's evidentiary when it's not right to the to the three stories. We have this week in the united states mainstream media and it's the same everywhere. I'm sure in one way or the other Putin russia russia. Russia putin He meddled with the twenty twenty election and he'll get what's coming to him we have republicans are the assholes they wanna kill us all because they won't vaccinate and what is the. Oh the third one is. they're hunting. Asians yeah i have used. I had some clips about the situation in atlanta which is just an eye. roller Is to push those two sunday. Because there's an eye roller moma did wants to play. Played on pbs. But let's finish this. Who got the one last one because this is the only one that got any attention. This is the one about cuomo any finally kind of but didn't fully. But he wanted to but he almost did but he didn't quite throw cuomo under the bus. Somebody ask you about governor cuomo of new york. I know you've said you want the investigation to continue. If the investigation confirms the claims of the women should he resign yes. I think you'd probably end up being prosecuted too but you will. How about right now. You said you want the investigation and continue. He saw chuck schumer. Senator schumer senator gillibrand majority congressional delegation. Don't think you can be an effective governor right now. Can he certainly got to judge for them to make their stay where they can be effective. Here's my position. Spend my position since the wrote the violence women act. A woman should be presumed telling the truth and should not be scapegoated and become victimized by her coming forward number one but there should be an investigation to determine whether what she says is true. That's going on now and we've been very clear if he claims he's gone So i think happens and by the way it may very well be that there could be criminal prosecution as attached to it. I just don't know but let the investigation. And i don't know what it is. I start with the presumption sh. It takes a lot of courage woman to come forward. So the presumption is should be taken seriously and it should be investigated and that's what's underway now. 'cause gosh let's not investigate investigative. He made bad decisions. That killed a lot of old people. This was the topic is what he can't get around now. This is The blasios the mayor of new york was on was Abc this is cbs face. The nation With a similar message. Do you believe that he and his administration deliberately tried to cover up. The scale of nursing home dusk. I don't have a doubt in my mind. Everything was about his public image. Everything was about his political future. It was not about what people need it and by the way it was about campaign contributions the nursing home industry those hospital systems they gave him millions and millions of dollars and he went easy on him and he tried to cover up for everyone not just him. But his donors. And i think the investigations are gonna prove this margaret. This was thoroughly corrupt situation. And he just needs to resign so we can actually turn the page and look. It's an optimistic time as you started out this morning. It's an optimistic time. We got to put the past behind us. Well andrew cuomo can lead us into the future. We got the people that stay ready to reopen. But we need to get him out of the way to do it now. Cbs that while abc is blowing. Joe not a single question about it. Same week that well. This was only part of they have another part coming Okay so we can't say that you know for a fact that that he didn't ask something about except the he should've asked something about it when he was talking about. Cuomo in the first place right revisit. The guy you by the way. Let's go back to putin. I don't think that's going to happen. Either sit back to putin. actually. I have this. Oh this is a cuomo and clinton politicians past and present. I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again. I never charged anyone inappropriately. I never touched anyone in appropriate. I did not have sexual relations with that woman miss lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie. Not a single time. Never had that same pacing. Oh yeah it's it's everything. Hello it's a. It's what you do what you do when you the never said that. You are jerk Yeah that means you did. I caught an interesting episode of banyan. Show the ballroom broadcast two episodes a day. I watch the aalyah. He's still doing well. It's two hours but it comes in his two episodes. I barely listen to it. But it's a yeah two hours a day. Yeah that's a lot. And sometimes a saturday special got a special. I can't stop talking by the way he's the number. One podcast in the world. The most downloaded ever craft course. It's bullcrap hello banyan. But he did have a good one. I really liked this. This is about frank juice. Do you remember frank ju- stra nope these cannon. Avian guy who gave huge annonymous they basically bundled donations for the clinton foundation or the clinton global initiative and in that was the alleged payoff For hillary getting the uranium one deal done. Oh and frank yusra owns like a uranium mines. And it's a whole tawdry mess. But frank juice drop seems to be more important in these types of relationship with the clintons. Then i expected prank. Jews draw if you read clinton cash he's the villain in the back of all of these penny stock operator. One of the most corrupt guys in canada. He's in back of the iranian. One deal. he's the one doing all these companies flipping around next thing you know. They got a billion dollars of value with mining rights. somewhere where he is a complete promoter. Stock promoter penny stock. Remember up in vancouver which the dodd city of capital markets it turns out that there had his. He's the who's place. She's hanging out with archie in in in In vancouver this guy is the clinton the clinton foundation. He was a guy flower. Bill clinton of after promising guys billion dollars here. We're gonna put all this money. Nothing materialized total promoter right got the clintons wrapped around the acts on the clinton foundation and clinton global initiative. Now he's got his hooks in to the hewitt's there the new clinton's there the new the new clinton's while the the harry and meghan he saying hewitt's because that's his real father's name james hewitt now. The the major hewitt was harry's all at is the the okay kind of obscure so. Hey harry and meghan will be the new clinton's if this continues with the juice stroke cash infusion and him promoting them on the international stage the on the lookout for it could be interesting. I quite as interesting as as ilori. Who could do a deal with the russians. These two can't do anything. Well that's true but meghan can learn a lot. You know she could learn now. Let's just talk briefly about Atlanta clips on that by any chance. I had a clip. I i'd rather have okay rather put it off and talk about it some other stuff away. Okay but what would you wanna talk about. Had some feedback from one of our asian producers. Oh bill let's play that. And then i it's just reading. Not a playback can hold a you want me to hold it until i think you should hold it. 'cause we there are some interesting aspects to this sunday. Actually plans segment okay. They wing may thanks for setting that in. It'll never get read the segments ever gonna happen. This is the no agenda curse which you've just witnessed. Okay now it's good i will. I will make note. I wanted to promote the fact. That i m two thirds of the way done with this special that will be running during our hiatus are two days off. Oh wait so. I don't have to do one. You don't have to do one in but if you don't do when that we're gonna have to play your stories. Is it any good odds killer. Let me give you some examples. Okay i wanna tease it. It's gonna be a complete two hours plus on climate change okay with just nothing but clips i have. I have a couple of examples of the kinds of clips will be getting far. This is now. we're gonna roll this out. I this is gonna be r. I think it should be i. Yeah 'cause we're taking two shows off everybody. I know it's going to be rough. I know it's going to be hard. But they will be top notch entertainment for you on those two shows that we take off our first time in fifteen months i have discovered we have so many clips on climate change and there and i have had actually cut some calls. Some interesting as most of these are these are very either interesting. Funny poignant or stupid and it's it's loaded loaded but let's play a couple of examples just like less than a minute out of the hold segments. This is the arrogant climate scientists climate scientists. She's a scientist and she's being discussing science. She's about the science of of the climate science. Here we go geologic history and even if the contribution we're making it just the one straw that breaks the camel's back. Isn't that enough to get. You wanna curtail our behavior. I think that's actually a really good question. I'm glad you asked it because people keep telling climate scientists like. Oh the climate's always change. And we're like we know we told you that we are essentially the people who study that. What percentage of the warming right now are humans responsible for over one hundred percent. Now was my complete. Ocd categorization of clips are mentioned. It i have a new search tool and use it. And it's what's the categorization as much as the search keyword. What's the search tool. I think it's a thing called Everything we talked about it on the show. That's that's what i use now. That's what i always use is stunning. It's the best stutter. Yeah but this woman. She's a scientist and she says just out of the blue cubans are one hundred over a hundred percent responsible. Oh my what kind of a scientist would say something like that. Oh yeah we're one hundred ten percent. I'm one hundred ten percent. Sure this kind of thing. That's not a science that's stupid. All right that's one example. Just as an aside. I got the new q. S. t. magazine. You probably don't you. Don't support the support the arl the ham radio organization. So i intend to. It's it's i was okay. So i get the i get one magazine. It's monthly and it's q r t qwerty. Whatever it is it's the q. S. t. t. I don't know it's ham. Radio in the cover of it is a huge son. Fireball and it says solar cycle twenty five is here. It's saw this now so you said it around what's interesting is one of the first comments by the way. That's why we're going to see things change because now now we're at the bottom. It's in the sunspot. Activity is about to increase in this makes ham. Radio operators very happy to last about seven years. Eleven really from start to end the first comment. I got the i think. My dad has some of those old magazines laying around like this. Honestly it looks when you see the wording and that covers side. I saw it kind of looks like man. Stakes them from the thirties partner mechanics. And i'm like yeah that's actual science but okay. Whatever aurora watchers loved this love this the the solar cycle to all right more. Look i got two more. Okay another tease. This is soros on this from two thousand eight and this is soros. They brought soros on talk about global climate change global run this two thousand eight and he just kind of this. Were living through now because this guy play so let's leave them something to think about as they go home. Let them go home. And say mr sarah said here are three things we can do. Simply one work on a better world order together to deal with these problems that confront humanity like global warming. And i think i that dealing with global warming require a lot of investment. Uc for the last twenty nice economy. The motor of the world economy that has been driving. It was consumption by the american consumer. Who has been spending his been saved right right then. He has been producing so that mortar is now switched off. It's finished it's done out of Can't continue you. Need a new motor and we have a big problem global warming she declines big investment and that could be the motor of of the world economy in the years to come putting money in building infrastructure converting degree technology is set of consuming building. 'electricity green saving on energy levi's dividing the houses adjusting your lifestyle where energy is got to cost more until it introduced those news teams. So it's would be painful but at least we will survive in not cook. Wow that's good. Gosh golly golly. Golly it's all in there also like it's gotta be painful. This almost like dr bill where the shot well for some people be super painful but brisket to rewire your house. Wow what you can add to the mix. This is not a clip that we originally played in twenty eighteen But the clip crusader neil jones. Threw it into my at my bag for the show this morning. This is bill gates on. Cbs evening news in february of two thousand eighteen. But i read in one of the interviews. He gave in the last week or two is just polish. You said rich nations should move to one hundred percent synthetic beef y- unless we can make the cow zero mission which you know. I'm not sure we can. We do need to make to get rid of those emissions and it's not going to happen overnight the scale up and innovation still required. There's quite large but yes Zero is a very demanding number and it doesn't allow you to say well all but you know that six percent that comes from cows. I thought this was interesting because it does present yet. Another opportunity foreign exit for us which we didn't catch twenty eighteen bovine catalytic converters stick up to college but yes yes yes jack up the platinum price so they could do little pre investment and platinum futures. Why does the tell me about platinum. Platinum is is the catalytic converters. That's the mechanism exit. Work oh can we. Can we just want to use the word catalytic you have to have a catalyst and platinum as a catalyst in most of the maybe just a platinum to we can shove in the cows bush up platinum tuba cows but and all the millions and i don't know maybe you were a billion cows out there. I mean the platinum is going to be at a premium for sure. I'm liking this. Unlike in this. Go with my last. My last teaser. Clip ooh wait. It's the catalytic converter. Oh hold on a litt- convert from the checks. No i got it from a troll. The troll is Dustin in the dust in the wind had paddle in catalytic converted dattel catalytic. That's that liken it. that's dynamite. Get a web page immediately. Okay this is the last one. I'm going to play. I expect a website by the time. The show is over okay. This is twenty seventeen clip. This is justin trudeau telling it like it is okay. Let me be very blunt about this. Whole represents perhaps the greatest canada or to the world. Not meeting its climate change targets unless we reduce coal consumption. We are not going to be able to create create catastrophic global warming. Now how do you. How do you put that in the mix so people don't miss it i mean. Do you repeat that so. Believe me it works. It's just one clip after another clip after another clip and it's a pace and flow thing and goes on for two hours. We'll of course. Break it up into what i wanted to do. Is i wanted to do a a best of that. Is all of the end of show songs since kovic started so really the last year more or less once do that. I think it's gonna be good because as long as we. The search engines. We've got we can put these together pretty quickly faster than somebody outside can do just using we have do that. I'll do this and that's what will run to the two and we'll put your stories into a backup emergency. We do need one in the canada. There's an emergency. is that one any good my stories. Yeah it's good. Jeez that's that's like like a woman saying fine. Got a good personality. Okay got it. Yeah once you do that. Because then we can stories and in the in abeyance. 'cause i really honestly think that we should always have one. In case of course in case catastrophe strikes. That would be something like the power going out for good or bruno's zone lot of different reasons. We need a suitcase that Someone knows to grab and what to do these instructions in their. If if we can't do the show voight zero can do this kind of like in the in the netherlands rose it and in the uk if if so the royal family dies the box with a certain assam she got a play we have couple employed on. Bemba's can handle. They'll take care of it all right. Sort it all right good. Our backup plan is clearly done so that was it. Those are good one more. You said those are the ones that yeah there's other ones. I mean there's this one. Here i do have one more but i this one is or is this one. I think may have bumped it already. This one i'm working on getting a fact check for because this is bullcrap and this and there's there's counter clips that are also in this thing that say it's bullcrap too but i'm gonna say is bullcrap because disguise claiming that nobody lives in florida because you can't they won't give you insurance. This is a this set up by the way this set this whole two hours. Plus will have both sides of the debate and one side is historic and other one size reasonable. That i have any bias myself but this this fact. Check this from two thousand fourteen. Twenty people were heard overnight too seriously when a south african airways jetliner hits veer turbulence on its way to hong kong one passengers head. Put a hole in the overhead on the airbus. A fact check. Cbs is wrong. i think this is a clip. It says fat. No i know what it says. And i think you're playing the clip. It says the play the one. I'm talking about but i want to joke of it on the airbus. A three forty. Two turbulence happened without warning. Many passengers for sleeping turbulence is caused when to air masses move against each other one. British study predicts that this kind of turbulence will increase significantly in the future because of climate change has gone. That's a good one too though. I liked that one guman. I don't remember putting it into the mix so far. I'm going go back and dig that one up. Oh wow of delay. There's so much that we've accumulated on this show for doing the show. Under the fourteenth year into the fourteenth year or the thirteenth. We have so much material on certain topics and global warming. Is one of them both sides. Both sides is pro and con It's a balanced report. It'll be it should win a pulitzer. I agree at the minimum. Minimum webby ambi. You're the ended. Adam does this song. Mix which i think can probably crowd ami all the way ambi ambi hence show real have a couple of dynamite shows that may actually be better than a normal show. Oh i don't know about that but it will. It's possible quite possible. Wow okay. I want to just do two quick. Ot remarks something. You should stay away from and something. I'd like to recommend as the first is google nest The next version of the nest. We'll be able to do the following. It's called sleep. Sensing and it will monitor the breathing and movement of a person sleeping near the screen without a camera or without needing to wear a device in bed and it detects disturbances such as coughing and snoring light and temperature changes And this'll be sold to you as something great because google making sure you have a healthy night's sleep but i'm sure i don't have to tell you why you don't want this in your home and the next thing is i want to advocate and i and i started using just small pieces of this particular open source package when i got the no agenda phone as i was looking to completely remove myself For calendar and contacts In fact the contacts i think was still coming from google and calendar was apple. I cal and i found next to cloud in. I've i've now completely integrated next cloud into my life and it is a dynamite product and this is a sweet it even has Office an office which it in there. I've been. I had to ask you to remind me what that was because i still haven't looked at the office suite is loan. It's called only office. And i would be very interested in. This looks like a tremendous project. It said okay the project. Yeah it's a fork a fork actually. Yeah so What i have is file. File management is really very. Well done the main crux of the whole thing. Because open source you can add. New people can make these additional functionality. So of course fotos The email client and i have Rain loop with what. I've chosen is a really good email. I love a lightweight web based email client. And what's great about it is it is talking to your your your mail server. I map and it's pre cashing stuff before you hit it with the browser. So you know so. It's very very fast and in the as keyboard shortcuts contacts calendar audio player notes. I use the notes lot tasks as well. It's kind of like an outline or It it tons of stuff. It's free you can run it on an extra machine you have at home. But even getting i think like five hundred gigabytes on cloud server with your own instance anna domain name. Is i think ten bucks a month and you wanna share file with someone just drag and drop you get link right away and and there's no spy it's open source and you can even a so. It's endless two very interesting product. And i recommend it. I think everyone should give it a shot. You can at Many place you can try free account for awhile. Open cloud dot com. I believe oh. Yeah are they making. Do they Cells setups it. Just i just starting to extend an okay. And then i'll just end with this again. When i see glenn greenwald. It seems like all he's doing these days. Which is it's becoming boring to me. And i'm gonna greenwald fan joy at it's all about the media and who's kicking off a twitter and yeah and this and that and and silicon valley and big tech and if i could just go to every person and shake them and slap them in the face i snap out of it click here. Go to an alternative bit shoot. I see i see video views on bit. Shoot of hundreds of thousands. Know there's alternatives. You don't need to be in these godforsaken hell holes that are rotting your brain like the drug they are but this'll be my swansong. No one cares. They're all getting shots around you. Yes i finally have freedom Love that by the way it makes me kind of say. Hey you sent me a text message. Which i didn't quite understand yesterday did yeah. You sent me a text message about portland having to rehire police. After the defunding of the police yeah was on an emergency basis because murders have gone up two thousand percent after they defended the police. Yeah oh wow. How's that working. That defined. And i was just wondering why you texted me that you never text me. I don't what i what. I i don't know what i i don't know i have. No idea is it doesn't matter Have a follow up story to that though as fort worth. That's you know the dallas fort worth area. I'm not sure if they let me just check. Did fort worth de-fund the police missy did not worth Dallas and fort worth man Defunding taxes looks like they had proposals. It may not have happened but it doesn't matter because they have taken the advice to heart. You know we need to have people social workers who go in and do the police work. You know we it was just. It makes no sense to send a cop with a big scary gun and the flashy lights. We need to send people who can help resolve and can help do this. You know civilians. Basically and here's a report. Well if you call nine one one to report a crime in fort worth civilian may soon respond instead of a police officer but only for certain nonviolent calls as part of a brand new civilian response unit. The first class graduates tomorrow morning and tonight. Scott gordon takes a closer look at how the new program will work inside. The fort worth police academy the latest class of recruits is taking a final exam before graduating. But they won't become police officers. Their civilians won't drive squad. Cars fit mark cars like this one respond to certain low risk. Police calls like abandoned cars burglaries and credit card fraud. No we want arm and we have no guns or anything like that but we hit you. Give the best analogy to provide the best service. Blaker eight classmates vanessa. Clementino just finished six weeks training and how to take basic police reports. I really appreciate these people. I find it quite patriotic that they want to do this work but holy crap. Are you kidding me for robberies. You're going to send that when you're when you've been rob you wanna fucking cop. They're making you feel better. Yeah there is that element to who you know. Show worker just taken out. She's going to all retraumatize. Here's the number to call. You know that's what it's going to be. Yeah counselors have another another screw thing. This one is pretty funny. Not being reported yet. Washington state sued for allowing military training and state parks. Environmental action group filed a lawsuit against washington state parks and rec ommission. Taking to overturn at twenty january decision to allow navy seals to train and conduct undercover surveillance. Unknowing park visitors training. Yeah so i. You're you're listening a park and there's a bunch of guys but noculars watching you. Wow this is fantastic. Park visitor gets too close to a seal military. Personnel will try to discourage the park visitor from being in the area. Decision also allows the navy to prevent voters from using the park waterfronts. I guess they're just using. The parks is their place the crawling around there. I'm surprised they haven't had a leg a paint ball. This should use those people. You know where you go on the range and you have to you know and these in the these things pop up you gotta shoot only the bad guys and not any any innocent bystanders. Yes do this do what there with paintball paintball guns and just have the bad guys popping out from behind trees. And you're shooting and try not to hit civilians. Wow as if we don't have enough facilities came employed. We don't have enough military facilities in the country. We have to use the state parks to train the status seals. Well state parks is one thing. But the state civilians is kind of the using using the civilians as targets. And if you don't if you don't recall. I i'm you might you remember. That was probably two years ago where the us navy was the navy again. Strafed fakes to miami with with with f. Sixteens or some jet member. This don't remember that. Yeah they came into miami. A fake strafed the whole main street of miami beach or something with straight like a bomb run. No like a a gun. Run shooting everybody. Your strafing him really. Yeah that's remember this story. Somebody out there remembers this story because it was a big scandal because these jets flying overhead is killing trying to kill everybody. This is the same thing going on in this parks. Fake shooting the park visitors. Fantastic according to me me. This whole thing going on at the border between canada in the united states. And she says to me you think we're at war with canada. So what are you talking about. She's the borders are closed off to won't reopen for no good reason and there's all this weird military activity around the area where we live which is on the board or on the border of canada. Wow yeah more black helicopters in ever. She says any gunfire. There was some booms bombs now. We're we're making light of it but the world is kind of shit right now. We're making light of it but because it's funny one but the second side of it is not funny. If there's who knows what's going on we're not getting told anything by the mainstream media that's for sure so we have to rely on rumors from my wife. I am 'cause we don't know anything. The mainstream media has not served the public for at least a decade. And that's why we don't take any chinese money or creepy ads. From big pharma. value for value is what. We're all about no agenda. Imagine all the people who could do symposia. that'd be. We have a lot of people. The thank you sir. Man of the senate at the center at the center of the center in cincinnati ohio. One thirty one forty four aaron farrell one hundred eleven dollars and eleven cents from wadsworth illinois. Chris mayer in north canton. Ohio comes in with one zero seven. 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Seeing as the corona restrictions are tight here in holland not being able to have more than one visitor per day not being able to go outside with more than one person evening clock that's a curfew et cetera. The perfect place to meet is at protest. What could possibly go wrong. I quickly realized that my naive intentions could be used against me to free me for organizing the whole protests out of fear of legal persecution which there is recent precedent for here in holland. Took the meeting offline better safe than sorry fighting for freedom while meeting new gitmo friend just great but there are limits Now she does say a little bit about the sunday protests especially important seeing as we're having elections this week in the netherlands. Yes the results are in Seems like the european union has their shiels getting all the votes for the eu parties. Armed with my na sign and heart. Balloon headed off to the hague. Epicenter of international injustice in national oppression to make a stand and see who joined my native meet up. The protests were started two o'clock my smoking hot husband arrive just short of one o'clock. The molly felt was already locked down two hundred protesters already on the field so the cops would not let anyone else in two hundred limit. You can have twenty thousand at the more this field. Meanwhile there was a steady influx of people from all sides to protest at the molly failed Anyways very long story. But i did put it into the Into the show notes. She did not get beaten up which is good news But that was a there was a a semi clandestine. Meet up in the hague and there was a mini meet up of a complete different structure in charleston teams reviewed hall charleston south carolina. I will never believe who's here with me anyways. See her on road producers round. And while i would like to have john works lovechild. I pass it over to my main man. Jason jason damage. We've been the more patients were consumed. No doubt very good dame jennifer they would say having some fun drunks a but this is what's good. You know you can get drunk and not be word. You're going to say something that's going to piss people off in fact that's what meet ups are best for along with meeting other people castro bill in the morning john adam checking in from castroville texas where we're making friends and kill and bottles successfully hit two people in the mouth today san antonio in the morning thanks for shrinking mind. Macdill see some dictator. The cigarettes for so valentia is so. This is judy from bernie texas. While i got to say also. John i john as an older gentleman as the united states marine as a patriot loves his country. These darkest times have been seen before. If the founding fathers had coward as i see my fellow citizens doing we would not have nation today. This is not the time for cowardice. This is the time for bold action. Takes that dropped clip or we will that guy call right and do something. Sounds exactly like mike pence not i. I thought he was trying to do a mike pence. I think he naturally sounds like mike pence. We could have a lot of fun with that. He saying something pretty No i like what he's saying too. But i'm just saying i do. I was distracted by the fact that he sounds like mike. Pence is okay. That's all right. We'll just play play out here as an older gentleman as the united states marine as a patriot who loves his country. These darkest times have been seen before. If the founding fathers had coward as i see my fellow citizens doing we would not have a nation today. This is not the time for cowardice. This is the time for bold action. Take that action or we will all live a slave sir. I like what he said. He accepted if the founding fathers were like we are. Today we'd be canada said Yeah too bad he hadn't gotten the memo that It's enslaved but okay. We got that rock. Hey here's what's coming up on the no gin meet up calendar. There's a lot going on and it's a great. It's a good time to get out there. Hang it's complete. It's like the ted ex of the no agenda show people enjoy meeting other people and You know there have been some romances. Even if you're looking forward to this after this rona Today charlotte's thirsty third thursday. Meet up seven. O'clock at the triple c. brewing. We have Dave during the Was that yes. It's the rabble rousing in riyadh saudi arabia. Four o'clock that is tomorrow is buddy yup up at least one of them. It be more people. He's gotta have at least two or three people there at this meeting. Well if you're in riyadh then Get over there also on friday. The gator rodeo jackson. The jackson madison mississippi georgia. Blue is the venue brand new on the calendar the twentieth in nelson british columbia canada. Meet up three o'clock at torchlight brewery also on saturday. Five oh five albuquerque new mexico it sidetrack brewery sir. Geoffrey twohig still going strong longtime supporter of the show No agenda amita burlington ontario canada. Who john just insult on saturday at the squire. I'll hear about it. Believe me kinney store texas. It'll be to step in at six. Thirty in kinney store on saturday also houston raging surge of fourth wave superspreader luncheon at noon and you can join at the rodeo goats. Moscow has their meet up at depot moscow on saturday. Alexander serve the northern territories. He's also been a longtime supporter some exterior. Check that out and Sunday the twenty first pittsburgh's best chili cook off in the universe at four thirty to meet ups are andrew of the unapologetic poll. Peyot males and emma bloomer are hosting at their house. that's a meet up. i'd like to go with. That was interesting posting. That's a good one. I like it all right coming up in march springfield missouri and the twenty second to fifth pensacola florida. Twenty-six peterborough ontario twenty seventh memphis tennessee melbourne australia dayton ohio san francisco local four zero six florence montana all on the twenty seven and Viola wisconsin kicks off april to find out more where you can meet up with your fellow agenda producers and the other enslaved of gitmo nation Go to know agenda dot com. No agenda meetups. Whatever you think it is. It's like a pot with all the won't be my grandma. I have no inter show. I so so i'm counting on you. Brother laugh too. I don't know that they're good. I have that carry over from last time. Okay talk to mike man. You're not hitting the noise gate though. I'm sure i'm not even looking at Try this when try. Goats goats is global warming causing goats to shrink. I mean as long but a goat is always favored here on the show Is it causing goats. Shrink part of the series of the show. i'm put together Try just one tender rising tenderizer. okay is global groups are tenderizer Tend to rising meet. The beginnings cutoff and arising meet global warming causing goats to shrink. I i mean it's hard that's all got Who others want to secure your from the last show okay. What's that that was the one shuping find my show here. It is I hated that. K- keep doing a god. I hated that. I like that one. I like that a lot actually. Yeah yeah that's that's an end of show. I so that's peter scott. I hated that. God hated that. Yeah now that's that's how you end. Show god that. That's tongue-in-cheek hilarious. That's us baby. That's us okay. We have can clean up some stuff here. Get a kibitzer going in your office there. What did something was in there. No no one's in here. let's try. this is a clip gavin newsom clip. So we can catch up with what he's up to quick hit. Newsom the governor of california on the recall tip in california organizers seeking to recall governor gavin newsom face a deadline today to submit one point five million petition signatures to get their proposal on the ballot. Democratic governors popularity has fallen as some californians remain outraged over his handling of the pandemic breathless. In that what what is trying to catch your breath face a deadline to submit but listen listen to listen to it. Gavin newsom face a deadline today to smit one point five million petition signatures their proposal on the ballot. Credit governors popularity has fallen as some california breathing problems over his handling of the pandemic breathing. Pro- something wrong with this is smack your lips once in a while. She's editor here Jen psaki read. Oh well that's a problem. I have i have a sake. Clip is kind of funny about the immigration crisis at the border. We need a solution. Now this is only for you. Historical producers for you history buffs. Who will get the joke as peter. Doocy of fox as jen psaki what. The solution is female. Surival administration feels what is happening for disaster that we always get into the fun of labels around here. I would say our focus is on solutions and this is one of the steps that the president felt would help not become a final solution but help expedite processing help ensure that it's not the final solution. Now we we know what the final solution is. deb man. You think you wouldn't even have that in your death phrase would be like blacked out of your brain if you're a public spokesperson spokes. Whole should not should not be advocating for for genocide like. Oh my goodness yeah. it's funny. I got one. Just one was never corrected. This is the borders is under borders open in spanish mixed messages at the texas mexico. Border the administration's point woman for the border ambassador. Roberta jacobson said it in english. The border is not open but first spanish. He mistakenly said the opposite that the border is not closed. Jacobson said smugglers spreading misinformation but she acknowledged. Joe biden's election may have sent a signal to those who would come north. Surges tend to respond to hope. She urged migrants not to try a journey. She called dangerous at least not now we will have legal processes for people in the future steven portnoy. Cbs news she sounds exactly like camera. Harris yes yes. You're right and so this must be a youth thing because people are selling. This is because they're hanging out with each other. I guess but she said the thing in spanish. Yeah the borders are open. Come on up blames biden and then she never corrected the spanish missing statement. Why would you in english. But you wouldn't do it as spanish. She all she's thinking of his the final solution so she's not allowed to talk. Let's not the final. That's not the final thing we got going on in the background. What's going on in the background. God knows why. Are you hearing something. And this is just random. And i was paying attention to it because i'm interested in the the federal reserve board. I guess said. Jay powell decided not to raise interest rates. Although there were some years. I know well. here's yellen. She is the Secretary of the treasury. And i just thought it was good to hear what her thoughts workers. I think powell got all the play yelling not so much back in two thousand seventeen testified that long-term budget reductions should keep people awake at night. The situation is worse now. Federal debt expected to exceed gdp for the first time since world war two. So you're getting any sleep. I am getting sleep. I've my fuse of change. Somewhat about fiscal sustainability In part because what we've seen all around the world is a trend toward very low interest rates Interest rates in the united states are much lower than they were in past decades. And you see that in all developed countries around the world and it reflects structural trends. That are not going to disappear soon and I think about when. I think about the burden of debt i think about it. Mainly in terms of The interest payments that The government needs to pay on those on that debt and in spite of the fact that the did is increase substantially interest payments relative to the sheer to the size of the economy have remained quite low No higher than they were back in two thousand and seven now. I wonder if she she she's she's okay. She rest peacefully and says really. It's it's kind of like two thousand seven. Wasn't that like the year that we should have known. Two thousand eight was coming. Some people knew but if she saying it's cool it's just like two thousand seven. The first thing that i know i have no idea what i'm talking about other than i hear this and i think it just like two thousand seven. Hello and she's talking about structural trends like does that mean we're going to breed estate bubble. You're right but don't we have guests over way of putting it if that's what that's the first gasoline stock bubble going on in a bitcoin bobble and a is a number of bubbles or not It could be a base. A new base is the problem with nine market to be a new base for a big run up where really goes flying. Yeah or could be a bubble that were sitting on a bubble okay point. It's like when you say that's like two thousand seven. I feel good. She was wrong ear for to pick. If she's five she would if she has set two thousand five. It would have been the same. Because i don't take it. Change between two does a five hundred thousand seven that much right so she could have said two thousand and five and then just pass it off. But i was thinking. I hurry hearing that because i didn't hear this before that she was going to say something. Like nine hundred and ninety nine or two thousand one. This is what struck me as odd. Wipe thousand seven like dumb year. I couldn't help it. It's a hidden message. We all know as we know people talk and codes. We do sometimes well. Yeah but we only know amongst ourselves. We don't know other people's codes That's the problem with thirty three. Well i think he's talking about a a bubble Wink wink nudge. All all knowing why not do the dissenti the aluminum the boulay baby. It's all of those people because there's been a number of guys have come out and so that we're having a crash in april in april right. Yeah i don't think Bitcoin is a bubble with us. My personal doesn't make any difference. I just saying. I think it doesn't make any difference doesn't make any difference bubble. It's a bubble of. It's not it's not it's just you don't know until pops plus comes out. What's my line buddy. We will return on sunday. Bring you another episode of your weekly immediate deconstruction that the five am great show mixes cord mc fill jesse coin nelson very happy to have the mixed from jesse we got to professor. 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Ep. 598: Gobble Gobble Baby with Scott Gairdner and Jason Sheridan

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1:26:48 hr | 2 years ago

Ep. 598: Gobble Gobble Baby with Scott Gairdner and Jason Sheridan

"Give little time for the child within you. Don't be afraid to be young and free under the locks and throw away the keys and take off issues and sex and run you ooh it's jordan jesse. Go jesse thorn the king of jordan morris boy detective now jordan yes a lot of people think that the king of oral they presume the king of oral is a title bestowed upon the person who is most proficient officiant at delivering or perhaps receiving oral sexual pleasure who thinks that who thinks that brian. I thought brian. Did you think that why he does that. Oral sex a lot of people think that in some states a lot of what's now wis noted jordan what kind of jordan sick mind jordan lemme lemme also include you in this because there there are a lot of people whose minds don't go straight to the gutter and they assume and they assume if there's a king of oral. It's obviously former yeah. That's what i assumed yeah. I assumed you had known for his known for his scoreless. Innings strict <hes> above all else. I assume that's what you were talking. Dominance in nineteen eighty eight brought the dodgers all the way to the world series where they were defeated where they defeated defeated the oakland athletics. I thought maybe you and he had entered into some sort of dom sub relationship yeah so you're the king or his master or his daddy. Yeah i piss piss on his little glasses. 'cause i'm not nasty little glasses. I don't remember that it started it was after he was was who was when he was with the cleveland indians that this whole thing started. I was about seventeen underage at the time for sex. It's not exactly a sex thing sexist part of it. So what is it actually so. We've determined that it's not oral sex right. It's not a dom sub relationship with her. Shy as a purely a coincidence that i have that dumb sub relationship with royal hershiser and it's also purely a coincidence that i have a master's degree in broadcasting from oral roberts university. I can tell i can t. I didn't know you had that. I can tell you that because of the because of the enthusiasm with which you speak about about the lord yeah and about my my good friend ted cruz sure love that guy i'm i'm the king of oil and the king of oral is a title bestowed upon the podcast or who most recently at oral surgery. Oh mel jesse and there's three other podcasters in this room room. No i did you. Did you even think to ask any of us if we've recently experienced oral surgeon jordan. Why don't i start with you if you you recently experienced oral surgery no. Why would i got ever allow doctor in my mouth now brian. Did you think that the only kind of doctor i would i would allow in my mouth this doctor who's the tiny mouse from the book. Dr soto uh-huh goes into wolf's mouth. That's fine yeah. He would only allow doctor sholls. You lose you on those. You've got mouths disease so you figure it's probably a good bet that's why am i gonna shoot me later. Our guests on the podcast foot and mouth disease coffin math huffing mouth hoof in mouth is different from hand foot and mouth. Let's ask hand foot and mouth is a disease that was going around to god what baseball team was. Was everybody getting hand foot and mouth. It's like a baby disease oh but often mouth. That's that's why farmers gonna shoot well uric wreck your your your beef cattle. We should explain might have many of the qualities of a man such as the power of speech each got these thumbs some war one two three four our guests on the program. We'll find out if they've had oral surgery. Recently are two of the hosts of the smash podcast podcast colon the ride jason sharon scott gairdner. Hello thank burgers <hes> you know. I'm glad this came up because i'm rick. I'm recovering from tung transplant. <hes> that was earlier today. I'm still getting used to the thing wow that is a monster. Yeah yeah yeah. Where'd you get that a kiss cadaver. Yeah yeah tehran furlough. It's yeah it's it's here. Bring a backup okay. Yeah it goes. All almost all the way down to the waist is concerned that maybe it was the tongue of a serial killer and you'll start to inherit some of its quality. Oh the rest of it yeah well. Will you know i kind of caught some of that phraseology on the form that i was signing breathe surgery but i was i was flipping through is distinct just to get it done because i had to gate here but yeah it does. I do recall in fine. Print something about serial killer slow brains geico you find yourself overcome by the desire to find a nineteenth century london london prostitutes and then tongue her to death. I mean it seems i eat you saw the size of it. I haven't yet tried of it. It seems like it could this tongue could wrap all the way around neck <hes> but then well then i might have to like grab the end and tighten it myself. Pull it. <hes> like a news <hes> i. I don't know i need to i need to experiment you know and i guess go back to the nineteenth century if possible to <hes> to give it a try. That was the plight of that one <hes> comic book right. I don't know why would be would be you know sounds like a frank frank miller comic book right where where the guys is in nineteenth century london and find the prostitutes wrapping the tongue around and then tying it together. I don't know man jason your your guys. Are you thinking of ronin. Yes a samurai. The soul of a samurai jumps three thousand years of the fire. I am and then there's an amazing car harte's. Yes round save as i can. I can i give i wanted before we get into who hasn't hasn't had oral surgery recently yeah i can i want to. I want to say something about podcasts. The ride really quick. So are you know in case for some reason our listeners don't listen. They kind of know kind of what it is and kind of who you guys are i would expect. There's maybe a lot of overlap overlap. Our audiences hopefully hear from you having appeared on it a lot of fun or do you guys. Do you guys do it's a theme park podcast or maybe themed entertainment. I say it's a little you could frame it. <hes> little looser in that we do vaguely themed malls and that we considered seeing seeing mission impossible in four x to be themed entertainment like stretched the definite or if the teenage mutant ninja turtles coming out of their shells were counselors because it's not a park. It's not a place you could go but yeah that would go into the in the entertainment. That's technically something that happened thirty five years ago sadly if only i wish they'd keep the tour at the headline on this podcast is you guys got a time machine. The with i mean i mean we all have a time machine. If you consider a camcorder footage uploaded to youtube yes yay constant time machines <hes> in our in our phones in and <hes> so it's a theme theme parks are the are the base though the bread yeah yeah letter and you know in addition to doing and i want people to know kind of how you guys come at this because i think it's really special. It's so you're you know you of course course you know galaxy's edge opened you guys reviewed that the new drastic park right open you guys reviewed that should also you do things like review parking mm structures and have a contest to see who has the best fake rocks. Yes a <hes> <hes> yeah we sure do <hes> which is i mean in a way all of this is just diversion tactics because we're like afraid of hitting the biggest rides and then running out of topics like we keep people have been asking like when you do you like space mountain. Were like seven years from now. We don't want to bless you. Wanna get through. That league. Got really delighted recently by talking about well. The father of the pride came up the one season short lived dreamworks show about siegfried and roy's tigers. I had already done that whole episode about <hes>. What was that called fish police. I was gonna say a lot of fun. One says <hes> since knockoff brands that we did <hes> mcgrath's a couple of mcgrath's albums when you say albums. L._p.'s like music records at least one of them. I'm less than we had less time to cover number two which was a burger king tie ryan but i'm very i know that number one smart. This mcgruff smart kids album was a was a full ten song l._p. Believe pulling too yeah yeah. How would you compare it to mr. T's be somebody or somebody's pretty similar. That's a good poll in that. I think some of the songs are good. I don't know that's on the better end of like weird weird. Hokey don't do drugs music that capacity for music to be bad is is very high and <hes> i see the ministers i yeah mr teesta tones and can i tell you an important factor about that record. You know who wrote mr. T's raps mr of pretty a good amount of wrapping on the record. This is something that you guys might know. I i think you guys could pull this is am i thinking this just because of the name similarity or is it is it is i wrote the verses for misty. Mr t's album be somebody or be somebody's fool. That's so bizarre. Treat your momma right right. There is no other yeah. That's what rhymes is with mother on the the mcgruff. Album is like what we were blown away. It did ended up being a very long episode because we just we were just gonna play quick clips and then everyone came on. We're like keep it on. I mean we need to get to the let's. Let's hear the course again. If you're a millennial or a person or a member of generation x. or personnel wherever comes after millennial mcgruff of course it was a crime dog. Oh yes very much so. I'm like fred mcgriff. Ah bluejays first baseman you can still see like if you are anywhere near the burbank city not city hall police department. There is like a little in the entry way. There is a mcgruff costume. Just kind of hanging out mcgruff skin like you can see it from the street. It's not stuffed and mounted. It's just no raped. Yeah there artfully taxidermied ration- we got a lot of our information from a a animal that is not normally only bipedal who was now appeal and speaking that is the only kind of thing we would listen to mcgrath a smear it cuts through the clutter yeah tiger and sometimes those animals make a passion project with a song. That's a real bob called inhalants about like not huffing right. Yes okay yeah. It'd be awesome. He's like don't do blow blow sniff just about his preferences. Gotta have some fun to you know yeah. It's a tough job. Take a bite out of crime and sniff out of airplane glue so i do you. I am very curious about the fallout from the from the episode where you discussed you had the best fake rocks online who disagreed with your assessment as to who the best what the best theme park fake rocks word. I believe yeah there. I mean people disagree about everything. Podcast decades doc gates now. Another thing we say is coherent enough to be disagreed with our goal. Is our motto sure. I didn't sense. I think people were happy with where it landed. Should we say where it landed. I mean i'll say that the final two were a big thunder mountain and radiator springs brings aka the car's ride in cars land and i think both solid choices. I don't wanna say i don't want to give it all away but but i <hes> you know people were definitely pointing us to rocks that we missed that we neglected <hes> but it was a march madness style l. like a sixteen team bracket tweet we had to eliminate sport teams but of fake rock and you know it just wasn't some people's year you know it wasn't some roxy and sometimes the pairing was not beneficial to there were rocks. That should have advanced. Maybe a further along but just they had a tough early seed so you know r._i._p. Something big got knocked out early on coming here. Floating rocks from <music> avatar world. I mean my older from that. Indiana jones ride. We had the discussion of does that count and we ultimately made it an outdoor fake rock specifically. There's gotta be rules. If i remember correctly. You also knocked out something that you learned later. There's a fake piece of petrified wood. Okay in star wars galaxies that the spires of black spire outpost the large things things jetted out about are petrified wood from what i read what other fake petrified wood they're fake petrified story petrified wood and it seemed like there was discussion online now i am not a scientist are very smart wearing glasses. I am wearing glass and the left goat yeah. That's just my going out clubbing later. We were debating that one. I think lost points because we haven't seen it yet it. It had an open. There was a discussion of these petrified wood. Is that technically iran iraq. I threw it out. I was just because is it. This was a this was a tough thing we had a lot of seeds to get through and i'm like i don't want no fake petrified trees and my fake rock competitions a fossil orrock yes sure yeah that's true and if dinosaurs buddy fossil it's an iraq. It's something that the devil put. There are confusing my broadcasting oral you know weirdly. It's an m._f._a. That i have wow this is weird because i learned it while pegging a world only two thousand years old he screamed uh-huh yeah we think mainly just it came out of our we we started calling them fake rocks and realizing how much of our theme park affinity he was due to all of our favorite ride's involve <hes> fake depictions of rocks and how much more we care about them than real beautiful landmarks across this country. Mike admitted he's never been to the grand canyon. <hes> i've been but i've not nearly as many times as radiator springs ah i think i just respect the art that goes into the man being bold enough to play god and recreate his work with how bold hold with resin. I mean i i'm impressed <hes> they do good work jessie. What's this oral surgery. We've been hearing so much about. I had an oral. I wasn't sure if i was going to be able to be here because you never know how long it's gonna take to finish up <hes> to finish up the healing process particularly because when you get oral surgery is was just a dental implant but when you get oral surgery they will not. I tell you like i tried. I worked over the staff of symphony dental to here in koreatown los angeles te'o the cute way to dental you into a dentist office engineer. Ah quicker. I work them over so many times trying to find like trying to explain. No i talk for living so how swollen four for how long will it be swollen. When can i but i have recovered the the main distressing part about this. I think i talked about this. When when i got the tooth knocked out so i had i had a baby tooth that had grown up to three hundred eighty nine it had finally worn down almost to like the gum line and the dentist was like you're going to have to remove this. We should just take this out and put an implant in their house got. I've look i'm no dentist share. I just agreed but what's crazy about it is. I don't know if you guys have ever had like significant dental work done. It's not that it hurts like you think it's going to hurt really bad add because people are always talking about how much it hurts to go the dentist but getting like a cavity filled or something is more uncomfortable than getting a tooth knocked out. It's just that they like like anesthetize it locally and then they basically just like go your face with hammers like you can hear it. Oh oh side. You're aware of one's bones being aware of upsetting because i mean it's it's kind of frightened brightened think there's a scary skeleton like thinking about that you down there. We're all we all have monsters inside yes they mike dentist is like a very handsome and extremely soft spoken. Korean man so english is a second language but his english is pretty good but he speaks very quietly and doesn't always like finish a sentence and what he's doing. He counts but he doesn't explain why he's counting like you like a numbers station like centuries no possible it's possible that he sending all our spies overseas important messages over the shortwave but he'll just he'll just be in my mouth and he'll just be like okay now. It's time for the water to three four tango and lake when the water specifically was very upsetting because he told me that the water was coming several times the the water was clearly some kind of bone saw also incorporated autre water brand bones bones by of course from the founder james p. water. They give you gonna dig a hole in my jaw which to place a false tooth. You're gonna need to wash away the sediment that you create by scraping at my jaw bone but like you'll need a water jet but i'm like i can hear it inside my head going. Oh which is not the sound of a water. You can't pull a fast one on me. Just because i'm anesthetize doesn't mean i'm stupid. The local anesthetics i know what both splashing and splashing sound like this is neither my experience with dental surgery when when i was in college i got my wisdom teeth out around the age. I think most people do but i don't really have done before and i think the unerring sensation to me was just how long in your mouth is open like wait. Your brain is going like close. Wi haven't you something's wrong. Found is gonna know food. Try ah what's going and then yeah they they i was they did local anesthetic and they i could see him polling thing but it felt like he was pushing and then just the mass of teeth would come out but like my recovery was off. I developed bone spurs like like oh just little pieces of bone. Were coming out of the guy and like i had to tell them and they're like oh yeah. That's not supposed to happen. You gotta comeback in and thankfully they didn't need to do. They gave me like a mouth rinse that i had to use for like two months afterwards to like eventually the small chunks of boeing just work their way out of office was incredibly painful started colleagues taste of bone spurs. Yeah yeah the preferred the bone spurs to these sores to the numerous taste of bone spurs. That's actually what lowery seasoning joining salted. It's good on everything larry i._p. Member they send me one on my birthday. Hopefully hopefully obtained ethnic ethically. Yes locally sourced us without permission. Most significant part to me was always will there was two things one was at one point. I was scolded for having my mouth to open seems and his scoldings are just as gentle as everything else. He says so he just goes like he'll just be. It'll just be he'll be doing the water going two three four five and then he'll say jesse to open open little close six seven well how i don't want to bite the bone saw and then there was another part where where he just he had there was to dental hygienists there and and and he said he said to one of them like doc jenny whole face and she had to put her hand on one side of my face or he could banging in my face going in that direction and i just didn't know how much like am i supposed to like. Give give like the ocean or am. I supposed to be providing the resistance. The lateral resistance is he's going aren't like basically everything everything that he seemed to be doing inside my head. I imagined as being one of those lack <hes> one of those like <hes> mechanical jacks is from cartoon where you put it in between two things and then you pump on something and goes as things spreads further and further out scissor mechanism them everything they were doing seemed to be that or face was five feet long at a certain point. Yeah your dentists have anything in the roof of the room. Is there a t._v. Up there no it's it's quite it's it's quite as a church mouse up there. There is on the wall big screen t._v. That is always he's playing h._g._t._v. with. No sound okay which is very warm very weird. It's not beautiful channel. I used to go to a dentist that had a television russian directly in the ceiling. So when you're lying back you can watch it but now i go to a dentist that just has an illuminated picture of the beach act tropical islands so i guess they're like oh you can think of the bahamas says something. Unpleasant is one of those ones that has like a wheel. That's like semi translucent loosened. There's like a wheel behind it. That makes it look like the water is flowing. It's it's illuminated behind it but it stationed like nothing is moving glow yeah. It's motionless motionless not like a clock from a fern bar in the seventies no. I wish i got i've i've. I've had one of my wisdom teeth. Taken out was on halloween a couple of years ago and you know and so i had to not my regular dentist gotten pretty pretty pretty spooky right exactly yeah so you had to find a guy who was working in his lab later. It turned out to be pretty fun. Yeah i had to go to like another dentist and i got i got pretty heavily gassed for the for the fair air which was kind of fun and i did not feel the effects. I didn't feel anything from the gas immediately but my dentist. This was very calm. Dentist like man did not seem to be mumbling any secret codes. They have prominent cheekbones and radiant skin. Those are my my identity top great prominent cheekbones and just glowing skin gorgeous. This is a standard dad. Dumps got standard standard doubt this and spooky and he he was so any <hes> plans for halloween now i i think i'm hoping to fuck shit sure yeah in my mouth will be filled with gauze kind of yeah. It's my limits. My party activities really good. Mummy extended gone out of my mouth around my body. The dentist gave you costume man holloway lean anyway so any <hes> any plans rally weans nightmare. It's like okay well tonight. My wife tonight will be going to a party dressed as members of kiss. The reaction was get your fucking hands out of my mouth. I just wanted this guy away from me so bad reason to rush guy. Yeah you wanna rush dance. Eh technical masters. The last thing you want is pyro contents to ham fisted kissed. Yeah you need a twelve string soloist pat metheny dentist odd time mm signatures and songs about space dogs fire. Nothing say to you know he didn't i. That's gotta keep me off tie. He was the demon or the star child or they were awesome if it was just a lake whatever the two that aren't gene simmons or paul stanley but from the period where they didn't wear makeup yes holding drumsticks. That's how you can tell. He's that guy yup yup peter chris my wife and i are going as long haired jews to make ah so this is actually something i wanted to i have i have a topic. I'd like to bring up. Jordan fouts hold on. Did you know that we were doing jordan. Jessica sure here's some stuff that sounds kind of similar anyway eaten. Ask yeah so that's the show burn up so this is about kind of using using using using the power of the podcast. I don't want to get too inside baseball here but i can. You know everybody in here has a podcast and certainly everybody listening has a podcast. The safe thing to talk about or has an idea for one that they wanna start that they talk about when they're drunk. The whole audience of our show by the way is roman mars and helen saltzman yeah. Hey guys director thoughts see you later. We'll probably see both of them. Yeah and this is something that i think you guys have done in a quite impressive way. Is that kind of you know. I think something that comes up on podcast. Lot's people like hey if you're listening to this like get sponsored by me undies. Give me a part in this movie. It's kind of a podcast running joke that you know for me say hey audience my dry cleaning sure yeah four max for the devil the devil yeah and his glorious reign is this a dog act committed devils board. It was just one of those human calculator thinks you guys have have have used your fan base. Yes and impart knowledge. Actually it seems like you are now. Actually kind of part of the theme park press like you guys get to go to stuff right like you went to a a berry farm grand opening right yeah man. The dream walks into knott's berry farm. We were escorted by knots ghost town townfolk. I guess i don't know who we had. If it was a blacksmith or a tomb every resident of the town yeah they were. We're all all thirteen residents of the town. We're all out <hes> but we were yeah we were led into closed off area of the park with just a a big plates full of fried chicken and pie incredible like this is what we we i think and in free alcohol free beer and wine to so due to be. That's really what the whole thing was. All about your in wine only had no liquor. No liquor yeah yeah yeah yeah i i went to a wedding get knots berry farm once that was catered by knotsberry farm with their famous fried chicken that i had never heard of in my life the second time it's been mentioned the story of my wife and so if you grew soco may may it's a little more likely how 'bout you yes so we yes. We definitely like knots was a summertime thing that we i would do and when i was feeling brave not scary farm. Oh sure <hes> which was we. Do you have the to pronounce brave ones with this yeah we we were there doing interviews for most of the day we scott and i went through the one hundred house and we were like well. We're we've had enough to scared and and very tired because we had been there for hours so we use that opportunity to bail yeah. Once you see ghost snoopy once you're right yeah all peanuts the only thing they have the license to get freddie <hes> jason's at universal so i have to have a dead schroeder schroeder a rabid snoopy just right snoopy involved in the in the wedding was nukes. Wasn't there was totally regular wedding wedding that might as well have been taking place at a marriott in anaheim except for the fact that there was <hes> the famous fried chicken right sure sure and there was also at least one guest who was wondering <hes> biggest day your life <hes> knott's berry farm ah even disneyland or whatever they should have some significance to them did they did they did they seal the seal seal their love with a kiss on montezuma's revenge. No i think diarrhea her nice people with no interest these were the my wife went to law school and among the people that my wife went to law school with were many evil people who aspired it to be evil lawyers and then there were nice people who were bright and had gone to law school because they had no interests and i think like these were among those people i don't know that that <hes> speaks for the bulk of people who go to law school or just the ones who went it to my wife's law school but those were the two main categories people who are genuinely evil people who were good folks who justed. They're just like i don't know i guess i'll <hes> i'll. I'll go to law school and then it'll be a lawyer and <hes> probably get myself. An acura online will get married at knott's berry farm god willing to ever got. They got that fried chicken so that's nice and they have a chapel. They've always had a chapel and they got the jam jams jellies they do. They have chapel yeah. Yeah yeah our friend and yours ryan perez. His parents got marite it at the chapel denomination. No you just have to like fried chicken. Okay oh yeah yeah yeah. God we don't care about the consumption of god in christ the <hes> so in addition to to having the fried chicken. Can we went as a family. There was a little chain for a while of knots fried. Chicken places really yeah i think so. I don't think it lasted long but i can remember going to some. I'm not s- fried chicken dinners not at knott's berry farm. Oh interesting yeah the whole thing was kinda down home and you could buy the jelly there sure yeah. It still feels very often the hometown markets they've now made it sort of like a it has kind of a cooler gastro pub vilely yourself a moscow mule exactly yea chicken in there and still like to pull up to a bar and get like a boys and berry beer in a piece of pie which i did with my wife not long ago. We went to the bar at the knots famous chicken dinner restaurant which was a blast a great way to yeah yeah. What is the best because the last last time i went to disneyland. Maybe two years ago the thing that the thing that i'm not i'm not a theme parks. I don't like fast rides. They're scary to me. There and i don't like giant crowds of people. They're scared to me that me out of all all theme parks. Do you feel about fake rocks. Now this this. I like this i like but the thing that upset me about disneyland was i like we had done a bunch of work ahead of time to try. Try and figure out like how disneyland better you know what i mean because obviously we know a lot of people who love disneyland because we live in southern california and and we we are dorks who are friends with dorks. We know disneyland people a lot of people the thing that upset me the most was the extent to which every food food there was terrible and i kind of felt like if i can get decent food at a hockey game nineteen. How is it the disney which is so oh good every other part of this yeah. Every other thing is like breathtakingly extraordinary pictures of galaxies edge and they've got real spaceships or whatever you can actually move yeah. You know what that was a generalization. I would've agreed with a couple of years ago. I think they are rounding rounding the corner jerry quickly <hes> i mean jason you could probably speak to <hes> by jason really the snack expert but <hes> ah one of the in galaxy's edge immediately. One of the great disneyland foods the rondo roaster. What is the name of it. Oh yeah that's that's it. Owed is a roaster or you. Call it a space hotdogs. I call this prefer. That's the people's name <hes> the space hotdog is fantastic. I think <hes> there's this thing that tropical hideaway hey where you can get like a little bows and diplomat sauces. Those good is a good like chips kebab place. What's going on food the downtown disney area yeah. They're kinda redoing a lot of that. I mean i. I've always liked the the go-to traditional things that are there. There is good fried chicken at the end of main street and then there's the corn corn dogs. There's a little truck. There's a little little car that they they do corn dogs out of full episode the corn that's that's a good show but i we may have partially instagram to thank for this because they've upped their food game so people will take pictures of that <hes> but a lot of yeah has gotten it has gotten a lot better we league grew up going to disneyworld in florida which has a lot of like nice restaurants but if you want something quick it's going to be <hes> burgers and hot dogs and pizza and released chicken generalization of theme park food yeah but disney land has always been a little better certainly in the last few years. There's a lot more variety. I feel like people wanted. People on facebook. Were telling us because theresa's my wife therese a hosts a podcast called one bad mother about parenting and you'll be shocked to learn that parenting podcast listeners have strong feelings about the food at disney says it <hes> a bunch of people go to the pizza planet from those who may it was. It's worse than chucky cheese. It is absolutely execrable. We went there and it was a mistake to have done so in the most overpriced possible for what you have increasingly shrinking pete's. It's a dollars. I do enjoy nice delwip. Nothing wrong with older people. Tell you about their dole whip. It is nice. It's a very nice dessert and they've expanded the selection tropical yeah. There's there's different flavors can do an orange you can do a raspberry and you can talk that by a <hes> an animatronic animatronic bird <hes> the zita now <hes> and look at some some orders that has significance to a greater <hes> like shared a universe universe of different characters who you like you barely see physically in the there is the most using something that i really liked learning about your podcast is that there is a disneyland story continuity yeah the ever appeared in a movie or anything. No it's called see the society of explorers adventurers and it's the continuity that ties together <hes> big thunder mountain railroad <hes> the news use the jungle cruise <hes> the adventures club the long-on adventures club in florida <hes> what else i'm visit our our bathroom on mainstream soren in japan which has its own original character not present a water slide it typhoon lagoon in florida the it's an i._p. That involves just a water slide and some random restaurant yeah. It's really strange. Children's play area on a cruise ship. Now there's old man wandering around detroit easy jungle cruise movie becoming and i worked in the chippendale lot three nissan zahn ju the actual bones of carl sagan if they don't see a adores named junior and of course the entire cast of tailspin so they are making a movie out of that so there's a jungle cruise movie coming oh yeah it seems like the rumors are there will be like little fee. The first little league near might be some acknowledgment or some sort of stuff coming away the rock fans are gonna lose their mind and i just they're doing like test screen and they're doing the lakebed. Wanna come see a free movie not out yet. They've started doing that for the jungle cruise so if anyone one is going to one of those jungle cruise lawns. Please please treat your n._t._s._b. Yeah see goes. This is worth going to jail over there consequences for breaking an n._d._a. From advanced greening right jail oh disney maybe federal tressler it could be yeah. They don't fuck around okay. We'll be back in just a second with more of jordan. Jessica on its jordan jesse go jesse thorn orne america's radio sweetheart morris boy detective every single fucking episode jordan jesse go. I'm talking about guage every single mother fucking fucking. Oh okay all right episode there samuel jackson of jordan jesse hold onto your show by it does come on man. What's every jordan. 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Go at spencer's gifts dot com or free pitas pasta and a poster of porch poster more subpoenas pasta poster of warm up porsche porsche porsche get some phone calls. Yeah you know guys when something momentous happens to one of our loyal listeners tubbies <hes> we ask them to call us at two user of six nine eight four four fun or email us a voice memo j._j. Go at maximum fun dot org the reason being that we'd like to share them with the rest of our audience and of course with our beloved but guests on our segment is occasions which of course is part of the hip podcast jordan jesse go coming soon to the podcast stage at the glendale galleria. Eh red wine phase. Let's take a call. Hey jordan jesse wonderful guest. He d heidi in los angeles rush. Driving today was a passenger in my husband's car on the one. Oh one and we saw some smoke. I noticed where the smoke was. It was by <hes> hotel and extended. Stay america and i called the extended. Stay america. I told them there was smoke by their hotel and on our way back from our quick coffee breakfast the fire engines were at the hotel so i stopped a brushfire today in los angeles. It was awesome love you. I think that may have been the brush just trying to consume the extended. Stay america right out of pure contempt for business travelers and recently. They divorced dads. Yeah i mean you know maybe that was just nature. You know maybe nature was weeding out the extended stays so it can flourish in other ways you you know the last time i was in central america was bushwack bush whacking my way through the jungle and what did i find when i peeled back the vines but what was laughed an extended stay america sure. Did she get you uncover. <hes> you know could you scrape together continental breakfast out of the rebel uh all all that was left was a microwave and a hot plate. <hes> life finds a way away. Nature is really trying to extend its stay assured on her by killing humans specifically business travelers to lead course dad assume you're probably certain government contractors and missed the plane. Yeah sure maybe the airline was overbooked and had to put people up somewhere. We didn't hook up scenarios sexiest hookups. You can do a very sexy hookup at an extended. Nothing makes me horny or than a fucking cure here ag- up so hard you do is you know when you're making love to your lover and extensive stay and hopefully the state is not the only thing hopefully your penis or china or other yeah long long fucking stage girthy girthy gift to extend the space in the vagina to allow sure lake city olympics yourself as use loose down the what is this noggin no she you whisper to your lover after this. Let's get a tiny fox frosted flakes the free store where you can buy brushes and tobe laura minibar but it's a story story now. Let's lose listen very he's sexy extended stay. Are they sexier than the red roof inn. Would you say i would say sexiest latinas obviously the sexiest but i think that's kim and it's so obvious looking to the sexiest. I think we should exclude it from the conversation. This is the choice we faced in the final fake rock final four right right. Yes they're tough. These are difficult to see joe town. This could be a final four for for yourselves courtyard by marriott. I think is a boner killer like total lack do most flaccid penises and jeremias vijay's but are all on the courtyard by no no but when you're staying at the doubletree's you're gonna see the beat the keys the laura cookies gone actually warm who big today today we're announcing. We are discontinuing increasing the number of big natural will have they are establishment. You guys ever stay at a hilton. Know what's nice about hilton is just a pendulous ball uh-huh yeah this gently slick squatty ball. That's the people say teabag at the hilton. Not talking about the coffee service <hes> that was conrad hilton's greatest innovation that he brought to the hospitality in two or three episodes of mad men where conrad hilton is in it draper turns to at one point and goes great balls connie nice uh-huh cough just keep saying gross stuff about hotels a high brian hi jordan and jesse guest <hes> this is sarah. I'm calling from bedford new hampshire. I was just driving down the road here and saw big black dog walk out into the middle of the street so slowed way down and i want to kill any dogs and as i got closer i realized it was a black bear and he walked out into to the middle of the road stood up kind of looked around for a minute and looked at me. Like what are you gonna do about it. <hes> after a minute he went back down and and ran into the woods and yeah that's it. I was pretty excited. Thought i'd call you guys. Just saw you in boston lovey so much have a good one bye reloaded you to. We love you you to bear four. We had a forest fire. We had a bear. A smokey was mentioned earlier. Ah hurry turn the light out in this recording eight people watching can go home in practice for their for their or they can go back and do their warm up and then get onstage guys went. I went for a little summer summer vacation to my cabin giant sequoia national monument two weeks ago. Maybe with my family and i drove home a different route than the route i usually do. There's a seasonal road. That's only open during the summer. They don't clear the snow in the winter pumpkin spice road and i figured i'd like to i'd like to drive dr h it's it's more of a like a lawn chairs at target road but i wanted to see the trail eleven hundred giants at that's like guys sure we've got the chance cruiser. The trail of one hundred is the place where you go under a treats point. There's one somewhere in the national park so i'm in the national monument which is south of there but the national park somewhere. There is one of those trees. He's there's also a thing called tharp slog which is a man who lifted a lot go far is the man law goes the log you gotta but anyway as we were descending from the mount you know we're start at sixty five hundred feet or something and you go all the way down to sea level so it's a long drive down the mountain at probably three or four thousand feet like high in the national forest just we were. We're driving down the road. You're driving slow because it's a lot of turn switch backs and stuff like that and we had you know earlier. We'd seen some deer and i had indicated them too much. Oh look there's deer. You know we had to slow down and blah. Blah blah blah blah driving and then just a cow walks into the road. That's confusing what the fuck is cow doing in the mountain no he what's what's he doing among the pine trees especially when you're trying to teach your children about you know animals where animal you know. They're gonna confused. Now is the barnyard it gave me a chance to teach them about our nation's national forests which of course are the land of many uses. It's a great place giant for house house to vacation for example <hes> in addition to people but are the are the things they're like the trees and the rocks. Are they real or fake because that's that's that's. How were there any in the monks. The real rocks were there any fake rocks. The theme is very strong very heavily themed themed environment and i would say the evergreen befall becomes situates theme funny joke about trees. I guess vocabulary words really prisoners into the show for s._a._t. Prep what is what is the show but an hour and a half long analogy air bug has name as a colon in just like analogies an and the respect you showed by putting the shine on that coal and i don't think macgyver heard the collins said out loud. I appreciate respect to be saying the colon not necessarily but i liked hearing it out. Yeah okay podcast colon the rent <hes> nice to give some attention to the overlooked was a semi colon. It'd be a whole other situation. I want to be clear about. This guy's sure this isn't an em dash when what is a punctuation for or if not clarity now and and i'm of course white. This is my friend strunk her show she saw bear <hes> she saw a bear yeah. What's the best animal you ever saw best animal i've ever saw let's see. Zoos don't count because obviously well now on out animals zoo. No really i've to listen to new corner this war. The cat that i talk about about on the podcast is not real okay. It's a photo of a cat. I stole from a public library who i've never seen an animal that site zoo. We're now seeing me by making me admitted on the show. What did you do it the library look up the letter c. Yes yeah ripped it right out of the encyclopedia britannica and i'm a virgin as long as we're admitting stuff right never had sex and i've never seen an animal outside zoo really yeah. I'm waiting for marriage on both counts. I wife hyphen. I wherever she may be out there we will. I will experience physical love for the first time with her and after we're done when we're going to go and look for a bird we'll see it together as god intended jordan. Can i make a suggestion a well. I guess so as long as you're running your mouth outing me for never having seen an animal sure why don't you get over to the public library and look up s. e. that's going to it seems like it's going to go better hanging out in the luffing. W what can those cookies yeah yeah my dick ready. War are pretty warm essentially better than sex. Yes yes sure <hes> uh-huh signature cookies. What's the best animal you guys ever seen. What was that brian. What was the name of that kind of jumping cat a serve evolve. I saw that this doesn't count but it's a cat that jumps very far. Wow wow so yeah wild turkey behind like my mom's house gobble gobble wild turkey just wandering around like what did you grow up in florida. No no growth outside of philadelphia but my that was your disney destiny. Yes okay yeah yeah. My mom lives all further out in the country now and so oh like every now and then there's just animals about yeah. That's a pretty good animal. That was <hes> that was gonna be <hes> benjamin franklin choice for america's national bird. That's right yeah that's right right yeah and if it didn't benji eight oh sorry did did it have like a silly connotation then or is it the <unk> turkey being silly a thing since it's time he he also nominated for the national slogan instead of e. pluribus unum it was going to be gobble gobble baby. I'll uh-huh he nominated <hes> kong skull island pink go into the area eta university. Which is the best animal you've ever seen. I don't have a good one ready to go <hes> bevan waiting to be last guy. I think i saw awesome awesome dolphins in hawaii <hes> runaround some boat on the shore there <hes> in the shadow of the non non-existent animals in drastic park that were filmed along those shores <hes> i i saw a place where there were gates once that hypothetically quickly would've had c._g._i. Dinosaurs behind them. If that does anything for anyone thanks hey great great yeah hard as a rock talking i. I believed that i did that as my life. I did the other day. See a woodpecker on a trie pecking it like they're supposed to. It was real satisfying satisfying. I'm okay there. He is going to town thing that everybody says that he does ha- making mischief eh worse than bugs bunny version of you know maybe this isn't a rare animal hummingbird and they're very incredibly in fact incredibly common in the courtyard of the building where i live but <hes> they keep getting trapped in our stairwell and my wife now has a surefire system system to save them re. She can say she can get a hummingbird. She opened moving again. They will go to hummingbird heaven ah no she she's figured out in you know in fifteen minutes flat how to like you know like we're at the what crate in the house we can get to sort of corral them and then and let's get the sugar water and get drinking and up on their little snack. Yeah yeah that helps they get stressed out so easily and just get faint and like worried. They're never going to get out of the close up yeah yeah yeah. It's a little like it seems like a mental. They seem a little to his idol or something <hes> which i bet if there are maybe there naturally claustrophobic as well and that makes them just freak out and what's the point you know what i would do. What's that i i don't have any. I don't have any sugar water so i just whip it out and piss right on an oral orel hershiser jesse figure that fuck face well i if you ever get nectar from this fuck out of my stare what allows you wanted happening these days. You're going to get a little beacon. The eerie threat. I will laugh. I will get a beacon the year or even use my hands ouster pissing on that burden. You know what i say. Gobble adult gobble baby why you know why because america's the greater good when you're tired goddamn world jan does that detail does explain a question i had earlier which when i went to the bathroom of why is this bathroom like this lethargic hospitals of this time ping. I'm afraid of toilets. Well see this is it it comes out you just have been afraid to answer my fear of commode asher contempt for hovering birds how life is just a series of hats upon hats. I love ground bound bird. You know how many birds can still fly thirty seconds after their into writer's. There's room for the heads for the real head. Index card earl early about one is maybe it'd be a conan specific fray. They call things earl of early. No i don't know i determine out here for like a joke. That's like okay like gets establishes the pattern but it is not nearly good enough to be the closer. Even the middle sure kind of like the weakest joke. That's arable is essentially what the early is. I find it to be a useful phrase but also they themselves. They always said it and then like shuttered. She's got you wrote for conan for a time. Yes yeah yeah yeah for you for a little while and i picked up that yeah. I know i know my earls. They don't i don't i don't know if they have a good duke. There's no joke terminology duke right all right. Here's a fun fact. Conan o'brien host the conan show. Oh yes yes. I recall was to piss on ball. I'm goddamn eagles what he says gobble gobble bay say then about benjamin franklin the national bird when you're when you're that level when you're that rich. That's how you get your thrilled right. That's all you can do to make something beautiful less beautiful covering n._p._r. M._p._p. Me now that my four locks have reached ultimate heighten. That's coney. Yeah yeah yeah for sure. He has so much more freedom to do it now since he ditched the suits rash easier to move from bird bird but it's a half hour so he has less time yes <music> listen. We'll be back in a minute on jordan. Jesse go alone. <music> learn james mckay what we do in girl inviting the awesome listeners maxima refund join us at minority coroner fun but you know how we go on tangents city where the joint mayors. We're not going to do that. 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Interview with Crime Writer Mark S. Bacon: S. 6, Ep. 2

The Crime Cafe

32:06 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Crime Writer Mark S. Bacon: S. 6, Ep. 2

"I. This? The Crime Cafe Your podcast source of Rape Crime Suspense and Thriller Writing. I'm your host. Debbie Mac before I bring on my guest. I'll just remind you that. The Crime Cafe has to e books for sale, the nine book box set and the short story in theology you can find the by links for both on my website. Deputy Mac Dot Com under the crime cafe link. You can also get a free copy of either book. If you become a patriot, supporter, you'll get that and much more if you support the podcast on Patriae on along with our eternal gratitude for doing so. I would also like to recommend stitcher premium if you're a fan of podcasts. If, you like true crime or crime fiction, there are loads of podcasts out there for you and with stitcher premium. You can listen to the exclusive. From criminology or bonus episodes from true crime garage. You can also listen ad free. Two episodes of your favorite podcasts I've subscribed for only four ninety nine a month. It's nice to have ad free entertainment. Just go to stitcher dot com slash premium and use the Promo Code Crime Cafe. That's one word all caps. To try it out absolutely free for a month. Hi Everyone. Our guest today starting his writing career as a police reporter, and apparently one of the stories became an important part of big lacy murder trial. He's also done advertising marketing and worked as a copywriter for Knott's Berry farm at a familiar name me as to live in California. Not only has he written and published three mysteries in a book the Flash. Diction called. Cops Crooks and other stories in one hundred orchards. But. He's written business books including. Do It yourself direct marketing. which was named Best Business Book of the Year by Library Journal and made the book of the Month Club. His articles have appeared in major newspapers, including my own favorites, the Washington Post. and his latest novel marijuana murders, his name is mark vacant. Hi, mark, thanks again for being so patient as to wait long enough for this interview. Thanks for having me well. That's few months. I've just been hanging around like everybody else. We're all doing running around and zooming. London zooming going on. let's see I. Love Your Shirt by the way that's great. Very very festive looking. And you have three books out so far indeed, NOSTALGIA CD mysteries. Is that correct? That's right. I'm working on number four and s for the series also. Yeah Awesome. Now you said the inspiration for the series came from working at Knott's Berry farm. Can you talk about that little bit sure? Early. My career I was a copywriter for Knott's Berry Farm. And I wrote ads and commercials, but occasionally I chance to go out into the park and we're done special events, and I got to meet some of the costumed employees who entertaining the guests, people who were those giant heads and people who are gunslingers, and so on, and so I got to know a little bit about what. A light behind the scenes at a team art and I always thought that we might be an interesting place to. Hold a murder mystery. Set avert a mystery because theme park is wrecked during the day, but at night when everybody's gone whether either stopped. Everything is silence, and the only motion is the shadows of the trees. It can be a little scare, I thought a neg- replies to to kill people. That's cool. I like that. Let's see. I've never seen the show. Playing God in central Florida something like that. Doesn't doesn't ring a bell it. It revolves around a woman who works at the theme park. That's the only reason I asked Oh. What was I? It's it's quite an interesting show. was on Netflix. I think out anyway hoax legal. Come back and wore I. DUNNo, if they. Canceled it or not, but anyway being an actor as I was working. I worked at the theme part years ago, and then when I finally got down to writing murder mysteries. I wanted to do a theme park. But what kind of theme park should I use? The. Disney has done so many different kinds different variations I didn't WanNa copy any of that I wasn't interested in. The fast roller coaster kind of theme parks and I live in Reno Nevada and the biggest event over your. Is called Hot August nights, and it's a celebration of rock and roll in ours and one day I'm driving down the street and listening to rock and roll on the radio and sitting next to me at a traffic light is like seventy two Mustang, and it just all of a sudden occurred to me. Why don't I do a theme park? That is a recreation of town from the nineteen seven points, and so that's what it is. That's down. City is is like taking a trip back in time. Very interesting Now I'm trying to remember we're. Modern conveniences in this theme park like. Did they have wifi and things like that. I can't remember now. City, yeah, well. No, because they tried to keep it as accurate, the seventies as possible. Now guests coming in and obviously. But but they're destroyed from using. All Park employee's cellphones, pagers computers anything that didn't exist in the seventies. An interesting experience that would be for most millennials I think. Now as I understand it. Each of your butts was based on real life events. Can you talk about? Each of those events in. I'd be glad to. I, don't know how I got onto the idea of basing it on real events, but I think it adds to the of anticipation, the realism of storied some. Kernel of of. Something from the news in it, and I've done that with all the books. The the the second book I did is called desert, kill switch and it is based on. something. It's really amazing that I sort of stumbled on. Reading a newspaper article and I had a hard time believing it was true. I did some research and found out West Roach and the situation is that. A number of car dealers in the country. When they finance a used car or a new car? Particularly for people who are low income and they have to. Pay High interest rates. The. Dealers install a GPS tracking device and kill switch the engine. So that if they miss a payment sometimes by the as few as a few days depending on the dealer, they flip the switch and cars debt. You're not going anywhere until you make your game. And if you don't make your payment, the dealer knows where you are. Because the GPS and he just comes down addiction car it's. A. Bypasses old repo man. Don't even real manse dome where the car is, and this is real now. Certainly not all dealers this. It's a percentage of them. But I did a lot of research on it, and it is in fact what's going on in the industry. There have been some lawsuits on a woman in Las. Vegas claimed that humans in the switch when she was on the freeway. Narrowly avoided an accident. So I Started reading all this thought. Wow, is this a great idea to work into a murder mystery? And so did that's where the name doesn't kill switch came from. My third book, the MAS latest wind is called the marijuana murders, and that is based in large fire. To. valmet campaigns were conducted in Arizona. To legalize marijuana and there were two camps, one was the corporate cam that wanted to essentially setup corporate stores all over the state and sell marijuana in a very regimented way. The other camp wanted to make it more like a mom and pop stores like among the pop liquor store, only a mom and pop pot store. And so they both have propositions on the ballot, and they were both competing with each other, and there was a good bit of animosity between the two camps. The camp was more the sort of laid back. A people called them the donor proposition, and then there was the corporate one. That was all interested in. And that sounded ready made to me to for mystery, and so I did at night I drew a lot of the information that put in the book directly from what the campaigns were saying about each other. Strangely enough neither campaign. Was Successful. Because they were. Cross purposes. Of course I I built in some murders The it really happened. But that's that's really what it was. All about and I also went back a little bit into the history of of. Marijuana prohibition now got started and I talked about well. I had one of my protagonist talk about The General Bureau of narcotics are drugs. I should say back in the nineteen thirties. They put up these movies that scared people about marijuana. They told everybody that. That marijuana may white women WANNA have sex with black men. It was a racial thing it was. It was really horrible mess. I I just barely touch on that. The main focus is is the campaign that actually happened in Arizona and is in Arizona. That's what wrecking park it's. The city is located. Somewhere, just north of Phoenix. Location for it now. It is for several reasons one. I wanted a place where you'd have a lot of open inexpensive land, because nostalgia city is like the most elaborate theme park in the country, and it would have to have some place that was opening. You could build it. Number two decent weather year, round and number three I placed it near. A Porsche a recreated portion of route sixty six that travel all the way across northern Arizona. So tied into the theme. That's great. Makes a lot of sense. your time as a reporter on the police beat this. Work its way into your your writing as well. Deserves your knowledge from that. It does. In in several different ways one is getting no policemen and how they think. blunt is the routine of police were. I I went to the police department every single day and went through the files and talk to the COPS, and and a lot of it just become so routine. and. Sort of salt coming in a way depending on the the individual of course, but so much of it is just routine work that, doesn't you? A lot of time spent. And so I built that into my main care when my two main characters I have to protagonist, one is lyle deming was an ex cop. One is kid Sorenson. Who is the of relations manager of a theme bar and they eventually get together in the first book because a lot of things happen. That drives them both into. Right. Yeah, now, why did you decide to make him an ex-cop rather than a top? Because he got fed up with police work. And he's. A. Wounded Individual stressed out completely he has general anxiety disorder a for which he. Takes Medication and sometimes drinks out sometimes at the same time, which is not a good idea. and. I may have been top because he escaped to establish. The city became a cab driver thinking that this would be. About as far removed from. Doing murders. As, you could get driving a cabinet theme park. He's driving tap. You don't think of calves being in theme parks, but the Dallas city is multiple square miles, and so they really have. It's really a revision of a whole town, so they have camps. They have bus losing transportation, so vile got the cap to escape as much as possible and just to be laid back. Unfortunately. That's not exactly how. I love the fact that he's escaped to a place that takes him back in time essentially. Right. There's a kind of dealing you know. Escaping back to the past in a way. That's exactly it ended the music from the asked and. And the food and the car and everything about that time. Is An escape. Exactly. You High Sesotho Funds. He's not allowed to use it in the car. Exactly. He does use it I soon. secretly when he's outside the park sometimes secretly if he has to for the most part, he gets along without it and from a mystery writer standpoint. That's kind of handy because so much of crime fiction, these days is based on the ultra tax methods of of Investigation and catching criminals. I kinda give lie a little more of the old fashioned. Shooter Leather and interviewing. Rather than checking DNA and looking at us. They see TV and let the anatomy loves. The old fashioned in people going out and actually confronting other people actually talking face to face things. and. Technology can fall down in many ways so senseless there even today. But Pity! The female! Relations person is also a college basketball star. When prompted you to make? The College Festival, Star. What prompted me to make her that? Her extra, Well I got the inspiration from my younger daughter, who was a college basketball star who hand I got to know. All the girls team and saw the games and saw the pressure they were under. She was a division one point guard. She's not tall like aren't said she's only six, but she was an incredible shooter and she ran the team as point guard, and it was very high pressure situation. Whether in tournaments, and they're down by one point and she has the ball. So he gave Kate that background, so she can deal with stress in a whole different way that lyle deals with stressed he deals with it by sort of freaking out although the exercises never never have gotten around to meditating, which caters to older, he should do, but kate deals stress. That she learned how to on the Basketball Court and that she turned the stress into a positive energy that she needed to. Deal with the other team deal with scoring deal with the rest so she. Uses that in a lot of the wrestle situations manatt Phelps where she can kind of be the coming in the months. And I made her sixty three, because I thought it'd be a cool idea. I think it's cool. Does any kind of romantic tension. Developed between them or do, they remain just friends. Slowly slowly. I. The first Bert was they just met and just kind of exploring relationships, the second book closer, the Third Book, and now I'm actually in the fourth book. It will get to see much of each other because he's in Florida. She's in Arizona, but. It is developing yes. That's interesting, 'CAUSE I. Go to fast. Fast exactly. He said the romantic tension in there Let's see tell us about when you're working on now involves industrial. It does I don't know if I'm like a lot of authors but I don't like to talk too much about work-in-progress. Part of the reason that I'm a writer is I? Get things in my head and I get rid of him by sitting at the computer in writing down, but I will tell you a little bit about my research for this book. Again. It's based on some real. Real news events real fast. Chinese government. Has for many years. Stealing, our secrets. And the if you read the FBI files and their voluminous, you find out how many things have been stolen and what their techniques are. Their techniques are really kind of intriguing. They would like to steal things of course as sometimes pay for them at risk getting arrested. And the happen. But. They have a huge infrastructure. The People's Republic of China does too. Absorb. American technology. Without stealing it by essentially just asking for it, couple of things one. They're over three hundred thousand Chinese students in the United States right now. Most of them in technological fields, getting masters, doctorates, and they learn all this information, and they go home and they use it. One of the other ways they used, is they. Set up symposiums and conferences at all types of meetings in China, they invite American professors and scientists who are leading edge technology to come over, and they give him the awards and they talked to them about. But grid work they're doing and the professors. Scientists are so proud of what they're doing. They give talks on and lay everything that their technology is and. That's exactly what what the Chinese would like to do So that's that's part of part of this book. Dealing with. People stealing a theme park secrets. And China is the largest theme park market in the world more so than the United States. There are literally hundreds of theme parks in China. Some very small, some gigantic. And A lot of theme part of some. Manufacturers sell to the United States. They also sell to China. They also sell around the World Europe Asia Africa everywhere. It's a huge market is billions and billions of dollars so everything part wants to have the latest technology so when you take a ride, search it really just. Takes you away from it? All just is Much more so than seeing. A fantastic movie it's just a complete experienced, and the technology is a rapidly with things like on extended reality, artificial intelligence, and so that's that's what the books although. It sounds mind blowing. Let's see Oh. I also wanted to say. I love the concept of the one hundred word story. How long did it take you to? Look together. Did you just write them individually than just? Cut them altogether or did you do it deliberately? It started with a friend of mine who was teaching a writing class and he told me that he had this exercise for students. That they had to write a complete story in only one hundred works, not ninety nine words, not hundred one word, but one hundred words. So I thought well okay I'll give it a try so i. just played around with it and I had no idea there was actually a fiction genre at the time I just thought this is kind of a fun thing to do. So I started doing night road a few that I likes. and. Then I started doing more and I submitted some to some literary magazines got published. I got more interested in it. And Finally I realized I had enough to put him in a book so. It's fantastic. About a day each start It seems like a lot of time for just one hundred words. We're. For a good story, my mice stories usually are like two hundred fifty words, and then it's a matter of getting them down, and they're all exactly one hundred words. And most of them are crime stories. They have a a beginning a middle and. They have protagonist Abba Challenge. I tried tact. Words, and it's a huge challenge and I really love that. You've. And I did this before I started doing mystery novels while Sorta by a done. Some practice novels before, but I heard a lot doing flesh touching I learned Jose Elias a few words I learned how to say things that a mix reader. Thank without telling them something right outght and I think it's a great discipline and it's a whole genre there are. There are many many many of the nation's. and. Many people have their own definition. WHAT FLASH FICTION IS TO. Grow clash fiction. Margaret's. ATWATER Margaret Atwood Right splice fiction and there's hundred word flash fiction. There's two hundred word flash fiction. There's five hundred word flash fiction and. One of the shortest flash fictions is attributed the way. It's a six word one. Baby Students, yeah. Yeah Yeah. To read this book. I'm really intrigued. Don't want to see this. Now I. WanNa try to take it up. See. Yeah Interesting Challenge The way I did. It is every morning I take. My dog throw walked usually takes about an hour and by the time I got home. I had an idea for a story, so I sat down and worked on it. TASTIC I love it. What writers are you most inspired buying? Who Most Inspires your informed? You're writing. A new asked me that. Well I am equally a fan of contemporary mystery crime writers. And possibly more. A fan of the classics the Classic Writers. People like Cornell will rich Dorothy B Hughes. Ross MacDonald is one of my favorites. Them. Obviously Daschle Hammett. Raymond Chandler. Add there's a bunch of other that period. I've read a lot of that period I kind of go back and forth between contemporary stuff, and and the the classic Pirin. and. I find that. A little bit of that classic stuff has gotten into my riding. Unintentionally, I'm in a critique group and we exchange chapters in critique, each other and one. The critique group members, said the sounds just like an old fashioned gumshoe story and I didn't intend to do it that way, so now I have to figure out exactly what to do with it. I don't think sound so bad. I mean if I'm Marina. But that's just me. Like defense style. Is there anything else that you'd like to talk about for recent Asia? Let's see. Did you WANNA? Talk about Detroit. Oh sure! Yeah, my Gosh Detour. The movie that I couldn't stand the first time I saw it, but came to appreciate better the next time I saw it. Basically. The guy just strikes me as a loser. Who is sort of sleepwalking through lice and? Things happen, he doesn't make about the results of his actions at all. And Times drifts from one situation to the next until he finds aliens screwed. That's Kinda the way it seemed to be about you. Very depressing very dark. And this is now nineteen, forty, five, forty six. Forty. Been Right about an area forty five cents. Thank. Exceptionally low budget. To the point that they had a saying that was supposed to be in New York City, but it was filmed in Hollywood with with a fog machine. He had a very tight. were. no-name actors at all the movie. Occult Film For reasons that sort of escape me. About a WHO who makes every possible decision Ron? Never talking about this, forget started here. One of the other crazy things about it is the last scene with the telephone. uh-huh yeah. I won't spoil anybody does seem. Unusual of killing someone. Yeah very much so. It's kind of like oh well. Own My gosh. It's not good. I must say though in the middle of that movie. There's a twist that caught me completely by surprise because the movie was kind of. Home up until that time and all of a sudden. Wow, what a great idea! Right in the middle. With the father. Who the HITCHHIKER's. hiker. Because, she knew he was. Just hiker himself of. Well the fact that he picked up, Sabu was tied into the. To the whole murder and that. was really a genius twist. Went Downhill from there. Yes, it certainly did. These went downhill fast from there I think her name was actresses. Name was Anne savage. Is that crank right? Yes, and the damage was. Appropriate name for that. Zephyr who played a character. Got Time Neil now. Lives. Anyway. Detour quite a movie. But. For free. I think yes, it is. It's the public domain movie for anybody's interested. Yeah, so. Well all I can say is thanks for being on today. Marc and Legal talking movies as well as books as I love boasts. And to everyone listening, you can get a copy of the transcript of this interview. When I put it on my blog at least I hope so because transcripts cost money is. Short on money all the time. So anyway, we'll see Case in two weeks, our next guest will be Andrew Allen and until. Great two weeks and happy.

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Water Cooler: Army of the Dead, Spiral, Dark Side of the Ring, In the Heights, Profile, Columbo, West Side Story, Those Who Wish Me Dead

/Film Daily

1:07:46 hr | 2 months ago

Water Cooler: Army of the Dead, Spiral, Dark Side of the Ring, In the Heights, Profile, Columbo, West Side Story, Those Who Wish Me Dead

"Whoever wanted welcome to social and daily for thursday may thirteenth twenty twenty one on today's episode. Were discussed what we've been to at the water cooler this slash from editor in chief peter surata his slash managing editor tikka paul. Hello hello weekend editor roman. That's me senior editor ben pearson. Hey what's going. On in writer squadron in christie angeles. Sta oh okay. Let's jump into it. Let's talk about what we've been doing this past week. I've actually been up to a bunch of stuff first of all. I got a new camera. They've been playing around with. I got the insta three sixty one x two which might be the worst name for a camera like why. Why have it be one to want to be like to own. Ah anyways so this is one of those three sixty cameras which came out. I think it was like a big Buzz about it a couple years back when. Vr became a thing. Because then you could shoot in three sixty and watch it in vr and facebook and youtube allowed you to upload three sixty videos for you. Could you know pan around wherever you wanted to but honestly that's not really a great viewing experience. I really believe that. You want some kind of direct to'real i that's pointing you in certain directions to look at certain things and not like you know the the craziness of looking all over But i did see some people using these cameras. They're kind of like action cameras. Kind of like go pros in the interesting thing is you. Don't have to output the footage. Three sixty you can actually use these cameras to shoot in real time and then later while you're editing. Choose the camera angles that you want out of the entire range of the three hundred sixty degree spear and it does allow you to do these. Cool things where I don't know how to describe it but almost looks like there's a floating camera that's legal like there's a drone following you like a video game and there's some cool shots you can do with that. I went to the inca pasalar reopening of knott's berry farm last week. It reopens officially next week. Sometime next friday and they give annual pass holders two weeks of before they actually reopen. That went there with this cameron. We played around with it. A bet on we use it on The log ride leased it on a roller coaster on a they have this like River rapids ride and we pushed the footage. Not saying like. Oh we're using this new camera for these like pieces but almost all the comments were like how do you have a drone following you around while you're on a moving Theme park ride. But i'm really impressed with the footage. I i was able to get out of this. I you know. I purchased this. I didn't. it's the three sixty. Do not send sense to me. This is not sponsored Ben i know you are like the other person here that likes to record your adventures when you when you go on vacation and you go pro stuff and you drones it. Have you ever gotten into the three sixty cameras no one. I haven't even seen feel like. I saw maybe one or two clips a couple years ago like you were talking about when this was like i i guess coming onto the market or something but i haven't really seen people use this lately but then again i don't really consume a lot of youtube content. So maybe it is having some sort of resurgence. I'm not sure yeah. I'm not sure if you have your phone in front of you if you could go to my instagram i i wanna look at the the the the last photo i posted on instagram. It's me going down the log ride. It's it's a clip of that took out of the video looking at it right now. I see wow yeah. Weird doesn't look like the key. The cameras floating in space and mike. Everything i i mean. I made it distorted like that. You can choose to make it more realistic. Yeah and it doesn't even look like you're holding anything that's weird. Yeah i it had like a. I want to say selfie stick because selfie six hundred eleven had a grip that didn't extend that holding and It erases it from the the foot. I didn't do anything. So it's i don't know i i i recommend to you for your whatever your next adventure is probably next year sometime. I it out. It's just a really cool thing But yeah i'll put a link in the show and you want to check out that knott's berry farm video we did We also went on a they had the new berry. Tales returned to the fair ride so berry tales with us ride. There was knotsberry farm in the seventies and eighties. This is classic. Animatronic dark ride. It was beloved. It went away. When cedar fair purchased. The i think it was cedar. Fair is someone purchased the company and kinda made into this roller coaster theme park. They got rid of like soups awesome. The the fun like the The board disneyland kind of sections in parts of the park and You know they're they're kind of going back in that direction so they got rid of Iron refried they have now put in a. I want to say it's a remake. It's a new version of berry tails and this one is takes the toy story midway mania formula where you have a in this. You have a jar of boys mberi jam that you are shooting boys and bear jam at these pipe. Thieves who are from the original. You're like these widely bunch of coyotes family of coyotes in the trying to steal the the believes berry from the bears out of fun. I'll put only to show notes but Yeah i'm happy to be back in theme parks and having fun and playing around with this new camera which i would suggest check this. I'm so impressed with the footage that came out of this camera just like it's not something i would recommend everybody get in. It's not something that you'd wanna use for everything. I wouldn't blog with this camera because it takes a lotta work in post to you. Have to key frame in where you want the the the frame of the camera to be. And then you've got to render. It takes some extra steps. But i'm just really impressed by the incident. Three sixty one x to jakup. What even up here. yeah. I've been doing a lot of interviews recently. Lavin can't run for a little while but One that is up in segments on slash dot com. Right now and we'll be up in full soon as i spoke to dave batista. Who's plugging outing press for. Army of the dead and we'll talk about guards galaxy three and knives out to which cast in dune interview. I think he's a really fun interview. Because he's the right blend of humble and honest he is completely straightforward about his career. What he wants out of it and I really enjoyed talking to him. And if you wanna know you know his reaction to being cast out to which is a his own words terrified he's joining that equal or him. Here my up dounia or talk about his thinks about the future of drax specifically he wants a marvel to recast tracks with a different actor after some time has passed and explore other avenues of drafts. So that was an interesting way to feel about feel about him. Be okay or the character. Outliving him So yeah i think. All three of those articles are dot com slash photo of you with army of the shadow. Be up soon i. It's rare where. I wanna actually talk about interview on this on this podcast. But i really enjoyed talking to him. And i think you enjoy these answers. Every time i've talked to dave he's been like the nicest guy ever remember being on the set of gardens galaxy to end in line at craft services in a couple of us who are waiting in line journalists. Who were waiting in line. We realized that dave was behind us. And we're like owner. You can cut it in front of me. No-no you guys got here for like i don't know just the nicest guy and also on those Went through like hours and hours makeup. And i don't know how after you know every morning you gotta wake up and do like this three hour makeup routine to be happy and be like you know ready to shoot every single time would be so cranky. I really think that he has think him coming from the world of professional wrestling still him this sense of professionalism in courtesy which is weird to say. That's as a business. Where you're putting your life on the line and trusting other people and in i think it really instilled in him a professionalism in desire to take care of others that Parleys into him as an actor casey. You can see in how an innocent of you and others. He talked to me about how he jimmy wants to learn. he wants to react. He wants to work with the best people because he wants to be the sponge and it just comes across as a guy who's just curious and open to to whatever the future is in so many actors discussed process cintas gusty they that they know everything they batista interview was very happy. I want to learn ryan johnson. Because i if i work with him. I learned how to be better actor about a guy who's just i generally think that it comes from their specific background of working very fringe. Dangerous industry where your life. Nobody's hands and i think he's out carries a torch in the in the acting in a way. Yeah i'm not sure if you if this happened to you in your interview. But when i've interviewed him he also occurred to me that he is the kind of person that he either doesn't know or doesn't care and also be honest f points he might not. He shouldn't be honest. Like i remember we on the guardians. We asked him about that escape from new york remake that they were making which i think at the time had chris pratt and it could be wrong whatever but he was like. Oh that's a bad idea. You're not supposed to say that but Yeah anyways okay. So read jacobs article link in the show notes. Irv your couple of articles. Yes three of them and soon to be a fourth. Yeah okay. let's move on to what we've been watching I will start with the doubleheader of army of the dead and spiral jacob. You watch both these. Let's start off with army of the debt. Yeah i watch dead in advance of my day. Batista interview it hits theaters tomorrow for listening to this on the on may thirteenth twenty twenty one and it hits netflix's week after and i mostly enjoyed it. It is a huge mess is two and a half hours long. He and i imagine that there is a sweet version movie. That's eighty five minutes at this flies. As just the action. Just the gorge. Just a weirdness nastiness instead of feels michael bay at his most fish that it takes so much time producing this massive cast of characters Most of whom don't really matter. It just waste time on on characters. Who are flimsy will leaving massive questions about world. it's weird. zombie world unanswered. So it's been really unsatisfying. In terms of the world that creates in this cast of characters usually actors are good of two zero was really fun as a blue collar helicopter pilot and teesta is no doing solid work as the stoic action hero lead. But i think it's an hour too long. It's really indulgent in an indulgent in zombie violence saudi great but indulgent if they gives characters are really deep and complex. And i don't think they are and it feels weirdly small like most. You've seen the trailer big action epic but most of the movie takes place in a single hallway criticized by big unfair. I say that no. You're you're you're right it. I i wrote this in my review. But there's a long stretches maybe were feels like a video game. The characters are just walking down a hallway. Firing guns in not saying anything and it's like this is not. This is not cinematic. There's like this should look cooler than it does It's it's frustrating. Because there's there's some weirdness year like. I compared it in our slack on twitter to michael bay. made a remake john carpenter's ghosts of mars because his ambi- are deeply bizarre. That are unlike other movies. And as we should double down the weirdness. I wish they had double down on just this sort of tribal listing zombies who are evolving to be super smart verses mercenaries in the desert and it takes so long to there and has so many weird tangent since so many subplots. Don't pay off. I wish i love his movie. Night is best. Movie is still his dominated remake but on the new mkx feels restrained in certain ways has it has a scope but also it if it's written by james gunn for one which which contributes killer dialogue which is not present in army the dead but if it was written for a smaller budget as being maxed out in the best possible ways whereas army data feels very expensive. If you'll indulge in ways that we have all these actions that don't really pay off for her matter. I wish it was smaller. I wish it costs half as much as half as long so wait. Wait till you're saying the best part of this movie is the opening the characters take themselves too seriously in if feels too long is are you sure. This is zack snyder. Movie take peter. I will say at the opening Fifty minutes with which is a very extended opening credit sequence showcasing zombie apocalypse. Hitting las. vegas is the best part of the movie. Like the best. Part of watchmen or the best part of other zach center movies. Yeah sucker punch anything anything. He does chris thoughts on this movie. It's it's fine I feel like it could have been a lot shorter a lot better. I didn't hate it. I was watching it. But i was also you know how i feel like. It's it's all over the place like the beginning instant. It's going to be this really fun even funny movie. And then after that opening it just gets way too like morose and series and i was just like what the heck. This shouldn't be miserable of a movie. I don't know and there are too many characters. It's like you'll your mileage will vary on this if you want to see a bunch of very muscular people firing loud guns in lots and lots of zombie gore. I guess you'll like this but don't expect really anything else from this. So i just i. I was hoping it would be better than it was. It's not like the worst. Nick center movie are made. But it's not the best either. Okay let's move on to the latest. In the saw franchise i know i. I'm a big fan of the saw franchise surprisingly. I don't wanna say big fan. I have enjoyed this offer is know it's kind of gun. Ill over over the over the course of the movies. The new one spiral from the book of saw jacob. You saw this. What did you think. I'm going to not say too much. I'm going to be the filmmaker. Tomorrow darlan bowsman and event that he listened to slash daily. I don't want to say too much before. I interview but it is a middling too low tier saw movie in hand on the chris. It's bad it's a bad bad movie. It's probably the worst song movie. What makes it the worst. It just sucks. I don't i. I wanted to like this i really. I'm not a huge soften. But i like the series and i really liked the idea of like. Oh chris. rock is samuel. Jackson is in this. And i was like oh man. This is could be something special but it's so poorly written. The script is just atrocious. And it's even as like a saw movie it doesn't feel like a so it feels more like I don't know if you guys remember like wins. Seven came out. There was this sudden rush of of serial killer movies that were trying to be seventy seven was like you know the sea change was like oh seven rules. What all try and be like seven. And that's what this feels like. And i guess that's sort of appropriate because when i remember when the original saul came out. It kind of was being lumped in with like all this seven knock awesome. Maybe that's what they try to do. I don't know but it doesn't feel like a saw movie. It just feels like a generic serial killer movie Chris rock chris. Rock talented guy. He's got tons of charisma. He's he's funny as hell. He is not good actor and he's really not a good dramatic actor and he's supposed to do a lot of dramatic things in this movie and he's really bad added. He basically just yells the entire time. And i it just. It just felt like a complete mess from start to finish. I was just watched like the opening. Scene is cool which is online thing where the guy has ripped his tongue out or a trainer will hit him like that. That's a promising start. And then everything. After that is just really downhill. And it's frustrating because this has a really neat idea and it's it's the plot is basically there's there's a jigsaw copycat who's targeting corrupt cops and you know a smart script of done. Something really cool and timely interesting. And maybe even subversive with that especially right now when they're such scrutiny for corruption and violence in police forces. But this film just doesn't do anything with that. It's just like all right. He's starting cops. That's it and it's just was just a a big waste of time. You know gore is fine. If you're only looking for gore you'll get that but other than that. I really do not care for this at all. I will say this much. There's a scene involving the removal of fingers that i found very But it's reminder that it's when the movie feeling us our movie is during this one incredibly upsetting gore sequence in the rest of the movie. Is chris rock yelling. Chris rock yellow all of his lines. He never stopped the point where i wanted to chris rock. I think one of the things i like about the saw movies is hard. I want to say the torture porn but the the traps where someone has to choose he's put on the line of having to choose between two things and is there. You mentioned the opening scene. Is there more of that in this movie or the first to trap sequence opening sequence in the second. One are the highlights. It's all downhill from there. Well that's disappointing. Let's what i've been watching I am almost the last person to see mitchell's versus the machines at. Ht's still hasn't seen it so soon. What is your excuse age. Why are you not saying mitchell's ersan machines. I'm waiting to basically. My sister is in the states for the first time for a year and i think that's a movie. She would love some waiting to wash it with her. And we're actually at my parents right now. Kind of win for her to come back from iraq coming trip that she was doing just kind of sit down and finally watched with her. Fine okay you have a good reason. I buy it okay. I really liked this movie I don't think i was high on is jacob. i think. I'm between like jacob. Ben on this i for the most part really liked it. I you know. Lord miller producers really get what we're animation should be going and you know i i guess they a great sense of of Getting you to care about these animated characters. And i a in a big way. This movie i. I will say this. It's not as great as spider verse. It's it's it a mostly hit me hard but it it's a it's a bit messy of movie. I think in in not in a like intentional way. I think like some of it feels a little bit too ridiculous to me. I know the movie called mitchell's machines but it kind of starts out in like it's based on. Our reality of people are all in their phones. And then at some point like buildings or levitating into the sky and You know villain shut off the wifi from the inter from the world which doesn't even make sense because there is no wifi for the world but whatever some of those things bother me as like a on a geeky level I i do agree with ben that the dad is feels like a dad from the the ninety s I will say. I can relate because my dad is like that but you know he's obviously he had me late in life so he's a bit older and i have to walk him through how to put a net flicks password into his account. It's so it's so. I i but it does feel dave and i feel like most kids these days probably a father that grew up with computers and at least understand it to some extent The theme of the movie wanted to ask you this shakeup because the theme of the movie. I am not quite sure. It's like it is cohesive of like what is the theme that technology is bad that we should be better. I mean the original title. This movie was connected right But then like she's making her movies. And what does that have to do with anything. And the technology is the greatest way to to bridge humans until we abuse it. It's it's about the responsible use of social media of youtube of technology and how when use irresponsibly it can cause arising but when possibly the best way to bring a family together and to save the world and reunites as people I it just feels like that was the original intent of the movie and then like the enemy process like all. The animated movies probably got reiterated and change throughout the process. And i feel like some of it. Just doesn't it doesn't feel cohesive like every- care like what i don't know i. I'm curious what the original story was. But i i did really like it. I'll give it like a some point five out of ten But Things it doesn't bother you at all take up. Like buildings are just flooding at one point science fiction movie. It goes full on scifi adventure. I it's literally the last thing that commodity. Oh this movie and also it's clearly very style on us to not be super realistic. I get that but like it feels like they establish this world right. Like i find when a movie like become sci fi or like this i find it goes by the rules but the rules that sets of the world before the robot upright or the computer whatever it is upright. Yeah i guess. Robot uprising like is set. Like it's today and there aren't there's no capabilities of footing buildings staff. I i i like that. The movie does not go down some roads. I thought they were going to. I thought that there were headed for some cliches. Like it sets up this This neighbor family. Who's like the perfect family. They get their instagram. All these perfect photos and i was like. Oh my god this is going to end with them. Finding out that that they're not so perfect in blah blah blah and and I guess that's a spoiler that it doesn't go in that direction. So i was happy with that But yeah i would recommend this. I i i really think it's a good movie. I don't think it's as great as spider first though but okay The other thing. I wanted to talk about Actually to other things want talk about Dark side of the ring. This is the documentary series on vice tv. It's from filmmaker. Jason eisner who did hobo at the shotgun and a bunch of other stuff tree vange He's a big wrestling fan. He's been making the series i. I think i've talked about it twice now because this season three of the series in every season gets bigger and better because i think the first season it concentrated on some some more niche People in the world the para professional wrestling. Because they didn't have you know. This is a documentary series where each episode focuses on one person in one person's story and what the it's always horrible always the person dies. Kill someone or it just. It's all bad and sad and it. It's it's that kind of show. But i think the first season they didn't have the buy in from people in the professional wrestling world that eno- those people probably didn't know if it was going to try to make them look bad or whatever and then second season had more buy in from the wrestling world. The season is bigger. Like the first episode is to to episode opening so it's two episodes about The wrestler brian pullman film and It has big names. Like steve. austin is a part of this. who's Are you lay one of the biggest professional wrestler of all time. And he was the tag team partner of brian. Thomann before Coal for steve awesome became stone. Cold brian pullman. Story is very interesting. Because he's a guy that kind of blew up during the attitude era when Wwe was becoming really huge with their their war with the w in pullman kind of he created character himself he was known as loose cannon which he would do things in the ring that looked even by wrestling standards you know he wrestling is quote unquote fake quote unquote scripted. Whatever you wanna call it But hugh do things in the ring that did not look like they were scripted and sometimes were not scripted and because of that people thought he was kind of a a maniac and he used to advantage due to start this bidding war between the two companies and in the end Spoiled little story but it ends really badly The the first two episodes are on youtube for free so if you want to see him on youtube a highly recommend checking out the series is really. I think one of the best tv shows on tv right now. That people are not watching. And i there's a backhanded compliment. I guess But i don't think the perusing circles people are watching us and this just as good as like like true crime stuff they see a net flex and How it shot and how the stories are told in this. One's really emotional. And i know. I think for season three. You need to have vice or something. See it but you could see. The first two episodes on youtube in the previous two seasons are on discovery. Plus so if you have discovery plus or hulu you can watch dark side of the ring season one or two and i highly recommend it. It's a very good show but it will make you depressed after watching it because the the lives of these wrestlers are oftentimes Very hard as jacob lindsey earlier with drax or with dave batista and You know they usually go into directions of drugs and Sometimes murder and sometimes suicide and sometimes you know all this bad stuff that stuff happens basically when when even when you're at the top of the game of her wrestling it eventually. You're not going to be on top anymore. Things to just viral downhill. But i also did get discovery. Plus finally jacob recommending us and i. I haven't watched anything. Good on it to be honest with you like nothing at all or use haven't even acknowledged to reporters all but guilty pleasures. Actually great television. I watched a couple episodes a restaurant. Possible that i hadn't seen because they pulled that off of what food tv or whatever influence network and In when you talk about that I did watch The first episode of expedition back to the future which is a exclusive of discovery title. And to be honest with you. When i when i cook this i thought this was like a a one time special. I didn't think it was a series but Apparently this guy who host these shows on I'm not sure what network i guess. They're on discovery. Plus he has these expediting shows He takes you on a trip to. It's like this whole convoluted storyline. Where doc brown. Christopher lloyd as doc brown appears to him and tells him you know the future is going to collapse if he doesn't find the original back to the future delorean and bring it to michael j. fox because michael j. fox is going to have this fundraiser. And if that doesn't happen and it's going to be all bad. So it's like this whole very stupid convoluted storyline. But it's an excuse for him to kind of go on the tour across the and talk to some of the people responsible for making you know this eighty s classic including you know big people you know Christopher lloyd thompson. I'm assuming michael j. fox is going to be in it. there's some good In the first epsilon there's some cameos from supporting characters who are literally in it for a few seconds. It's fun funny that they participated in fun to see them Kind of reprising. Their old roles like strickland who is the principal. The high school is now the the security guard at the gate of universal studios that they encounter. But yeah so. This story is kind of ridiculous. It's it's at times it's really corny. But it's it's just fun reminiscing in the nostalgia of this movie that we all love and it's Yes shirts fluff ensure you're like seeing some of these props in like there's all these different. There's a half dozen different delorean's that were created for the some. They're going to try to find the right one that they need. They're probably gonna go through all of them before they find the right one and through the time they're meeting some very interesting people in having con- you know Chris reuters along for this adventure during i think. Some of my favorite moments is when it's not scripted conversations. Where he's there with lloyd and he'll start having conversations with him about the legacy and how will is like shoot. These things Bob gale guy. That wrote back to the future. Movies was is part of the first episode By the time. I got done with the first episode. I that's when i realized that it was the first episode of i think a four or five episode series a didn't continue onto episode two so i'm not sure what that tells you but i i i think i'm going to take a little bit of a break From the first episode takes place mostly in southern california and then the rest of i think is going to go across the united states possibly the globe. So i'm i'm gonna i'm gonna go back to it but I it's you know it's one of those enjoyable like you know you put on the tv. You don't have to pay fully attention to and i think it's only on discovery pleso. You don't have discovery. Plus then. I guess i'm not recommending anything to you but i will say this i've rising wireless and if you have rising wireless if you go into rising account you can get six months free of discovery plus so Maybe that's an excuse to get and then you can watch expedition Back to the future. You can watch jacobs battle box. You can watch of restaurant impossible. You can watch all those ninety days. Whatever i don't know i don't watch this things. Do you watch thing shakeup. I'd say about two thirds of things are are like paul the bill crap but the good news is that there's literally billions upon billions of thousands of hours of shit the watch so you still have a billion things to watch on discovery plus. Yeah when i was watching episodes of restaurant impossible. I went to the restaurant. Impossible's action and as like this. Is i forget how many seasons like eighteen seasons eighteen seasons restaurant in basel. Wow that's a lot episodes. Okay onto you jacob. What have you been watching. I watched in the heights interview director. John and to go up Next month he is delightful This movie i have issues with it. I think ultimate echoed by. What chris said when he talked about it at debrief year since the social embargo is up another review embargo. I will say it's movies very joyful great songs. I think it's too long. I wish that there are some radical structuring. a script on the script function as a shorter movie Along the tooth after a while But this kind of thing. It's so joyous and so energetic in audience the big screen. I'm probably going to see it again in theaters when opens. And that's all same because it's a good movie okay in the heights and when does that come out comes out sometime in june june eleventh. I think okay. We'll say gene eleventh for now. Brad would even watching. I watched the latest entry in the screen life. Sub-genre i guess that's becoming more popular especially in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic It's directed by timur mcnabb avin it's called profile following in the same format as like searching or our host the entire movie unfolds across computer screens and this one is inspired by a true story and follows a young female journalist who poses as a muslim convert to try and find out how women are being recruited by terrorists regimes and sold into a sex slave rings and so it It all unfolds through skype calls and instant messaging and Video calls with the editor of the The news organization that is employing this journalists and follows this young woman as she engages with a terrorist in syria. Who is sweet talking her kind of trying to convince her to come to syria. And so there's this struggle that she has because like she's obviously not she. She has financial issues. It's hard for her to give a story In to keep her livelihood going And so if there's this idea that maybe she is being tempted like a thousands of other european women have and so there's a back and forth as far as like whether this guy despite his clear radical beliefs is. Actually someone who you know is fighting for a worthy cause and if she's starting to buy into it and it's it's it's fairly suspenseful sometimes. It seems like it's really trying to make things a little more suspenseful than they. Otherwise would be. There's not as much like an urgency as there is a story like searching Without spoiling anything. I feel like the ending is a little bit rushed and kind of unbelievable ended also gets a little bit self righteous in some ways That's all say so. I don't give anything away but for our a movie. You know that is definitely a little bit different. I appreciate it. I think it's it makes. Good use of the scream. I format And it shows that. There's i think there's still like a lot of ways for them to figure out how to tell different kinds of stories with this format and do something that you know kind of things. I feel like people might get tired of if it becomes a little bit more common because of these movies were a little bit easier to produce during the coronavirus pandemic since you you know. Shoot them through webcams direct them remotely and whatnot. But some i would say it's a a solid entry in a in a sub-genre that's still kind of in its infancy. What else have been watching. I also watched a thriller called caliber. this movie that played the edinburgh film festival on not too long ago. I wanna say that it was Twenty eighteen something like that And sorry i lost my train of thought It stars jack. Loadin and art mccann. Is these two friends who go on a hunting trip in. The scottish highlands And one thing leads to another and there is some kind of accidents. I won't say what but at least to them Kind of fearing for their lives and figuring out what to do and just being caught up in the situation where they're forced to make some Pretty terrible decisions Has a little bit of like a a winter's bone vibe to it but maybe not so not quite so grisly But it's it's a little bit of a slow burn solid performances and yeah. That's available on netflix. If you want to check out. Let's move onto chris chris. What are you watching. I watched in reviewed those who wish me dead which is the new angelina jolie movie and she hasn't really done mobile. I feel like the last one was the mole. Listen sequel. i could be wrong there. But i think that might be the like the last press and this movie is fine. It's it's it. It feels like it feels like a movie that is from the nineties. Eddie come out. In the nineties. It would have started like jean. Claude van damme in the angelina jolie euro but instead it's it's her and and it's great to have angelina jolie. Actually she is a movie star. She's very good in this film. She plays a up a smoke jumper which the firefighters who jump out of airplanes into forest fires. Help fight the fires. And she's in a fire watchtower much like the game fire watch and meanwhile there is this kid who is being chased by this team of assassins and the kid is running through the woods. Angelie finds him and she has to protect him from the killers and that is really it. That's like the only thing going on here and while this isn't a great movie. I thought it was really refreshing to watch a movie. That was just this simple like this. Isn't you know this is trying to start a franchise. Even though it's based on a book this is like you know a familiar. Ip it's not like a comic book it's not like a tv show being adapted it's just a simple By the numbers point eight to point b. thriller and like i said while it's not like great it's not like you're not gonna come away from this mealy. That was one of the best movies of the year. You're you'll probably be entertained in. I just liked having an r. Rated movie that doesn't really have any ulterior motives it just exists to entertain you and that's it and that it's over so those who wish me day. I think it's coming. I think it comes out. And and hbo max this friday so you can. You can watch it this weekend. Okay and by the way. Look this up into looming jolie was in a movie in twenty twenty Called come away. She was like oh yeah right forgot about that and she also did a voice in the one and only ivan. But that doesn't count. I mean like like on screen. Okay let's move out to. Ha ha would have been watching. I've been watching colombo the Detective series starring. Peter falk as the titular homicide. Detective columbo and it's the show that was created by Philip saltzman i think are no created by richard levinson and william link and Yet follows peter falk Fox character as he basically solves mystery solves these murders that were committed by wealthy people. And that you see a unfold through the beginning of the episode before colombo pops in and figures it all out in ece version of the Whodunnit genre which. I found out after watching the first couple of episodes but colombo the show that i had had been on my radar for what i knew of. Its kind of one of those classic series. That had has been like benny top tv lists of all time and i was like. Oh i've never seen that And i had kind of been interested in in watching it. Because i feel like in the past over the pandemic people have been talking about colombo lot more recently. There's just been a surge in love for colombo. And i was like that's a show that i feel like i wanna take a year off from life and everything and just watch colombo and not doing that. But i am watching colombo and having a great time with it and nursing an un unexpected crush on peter falk while watching this. He is so good in this. He chews up the scene and he's just so good How many episodes of columbo are there. You you be watching this for a long time. It see i guess he only sixty eight episodes. Yeah here yeah exactly. There's like sixty nine episodes but they're all about an hour and a half long. They're basically a little mini movie And yeah it's doable. It's very nice through low key binge. It's thirty refreshing to have basically your your software detective in a way. He's not a hard boiled detective. he's he's he's social low key. Almost mellow murder mystery. Series that you can watch and be relaxing watching it. It's not all about the detective that like many nowadays that are burdened by the ghosts of their past and stuff. Colombo just you know is bothered by the the various conflicting details on this and just wants to figure out who did it and Noise his culprits. Into outing themselves talked the rhyme johnson for knives out. We brought up colombo. And how both been. Well block in colombo both get the job done because people don't take them seriously because then blocks outrageous accent and because colombo looks like this can clear ruffled guy who can be bothered and i man. Maybe wanna that conversation. Maybe watch colombo used to watch all the time as a kid. And i'm really glad to hear you tell me especially holds up so i can die back and keep in mind ryan. Johnson is now making a new detective. Show that supposed to be like colombo but with tasha leone. So that's gonna be amazing. Yeah when when. I was a kid i was. I loved. scooby. Doo and my dad would watch colombo. So that'd be the double header of every day as i'd be watching scooby doo during the daytime. My dad put on colombo and strangely the kind of go together. A little bit they. Kind of do everything solved the culprits. Put away at the end of the day if it wasn't for that metal those meddling kids are you know that unkempt guy in Meddling rumpled detective. Okay let's move ben. What have you watching. I watched west side story for probably the first time since i was fifteen years old or something and my god. That movie is just amazing it. It's incredible it was the opening night film of the turner classic movies film festival which had a bunch of movies playing obviously on the channel turner classic movies but also A bunch of stuff Available on each wheel. Max and as far as i know a lot of that is still available there. So they have a bunch of Different movies that they've chosen and then they filmed a much of new content in terms of like interviews with people who are involved or with film historians and stuff like that. Sort of extra contextual. Almost like bonus are bonus feature at kind of material that i think is is probably gonna be worth diving into. I have not made time to do that myself. But i know that west side story was the opening night film and they had a Reunion of three of the members of the cast on. It was like a thirty minute video. Thanks so i have that sort of bookmarked as as one of my things that i need to to check out very soon but Just revisiting this movie. It is a classic. For a reason it is incredible the performances are just unreal. And the the songs like i sort of forgot how many of these songs sort of broke out in like became standards but originated originated in this movie The music is yet just beautiful and the the colors. The choreography like you. Can you can see why one ten oscars or whatever it did back in. Nineteen sixty one came out so. I'm not so sure how. I feel about the steven spielberg Remake now after watching this. I'm kinda like men. This is like a pretty close to a perfect movie select. What can you do. A i mean i understand the idea of casting actual people puerto rican actors in those kind of roles which certainly this original movie did not do So certainly for like from a A representation standpoint. I think this new movie will be An improvement but The ansel elgort of it all. I'm not thrilled about enda. Yeah i don't know. I'm torn about that so anyway i would just recommend that everybody go back and watch the original movie because it's it's amazing it's on. Hbo max right now okay. What else been watching a movie called the rock which i'd never heard of before it came. Nine nineteen seventy two was written by a william goldman and directed by peter. Yates who directed bullet And this movie is a lot of fun it's on the criterion channel and it stars Robert redford and george segal as a pair of basically like robbers The the premise is these is planned to steal a huge diamond from a museum and the heist goes wrong so they have to steal it again from wherever it's moved and then they have to steal it again after that. So it's basically like four or five heist movies in one all sort of centering revolving around the same item in the same team of like four different guys tries to to break into various places in steal this diamond that the that redford redford's characters like obsessed with And you know it's it's a little bit of goofy movie. I don't think it performed super well at the box office when it originally came out. But i think that redford is very good in it. And it's it's one of those like a cool new york movies to see new york in the early seventies before the town really You know the before the eighties. Grunge and filth really took over for for a period there so it's it's It's an unusual new york movie for like the first. I don't know thirty minutes or something. I was like. What city does this take place because it does not look like other new york movies for for the most part that you chooses locations and stuff like real onset location or on on location spots that are not frequently utilized in other movies. So yeah i would say the hot rock is is a fun watch. And it's on criterion channel right. Now you mentioned that this movie didn't do well on. Its release so much so that one was released internationally. They actually renamed the movie because they thought that Hut the hut rock. People mistake it as a like a rock music concert film. Renamed it how to steal a diamond in four. Eat uneasy lessons. It's a little bit a little bit of a mouthful of a title there. But i i guess i understand how the hot rock might sound like an old elvis presley musical or something like that. So it's a fun movie. So i recommend checking that out if you're interested in especially if you'd like heist movies if you're like a heist film completed. This is a good one to watch. And then finally i watched a movie called so i married an axe murderer. Which brad did you talk about this on the podcast before. Or are you a fan of this. As as a mike meyers fan. I feel like you must have an opinion on this movie. I don't think i talked about on the podcast but not too long ago. It was one of my entries on the quarantine stream. And i love this movie. Yeah i had fun with it. I you know. This is one of those movies that i saw. Vhs cover of in blockbuster all the time as a kid 'cause it came out in nineteen ninety three. And i just never got around to it until now but it's streaming right now on both hulu and amazon prime video and i just had no in the mood for. Mike myers comedy. I guess and it's not really the movie that i thought it was going to be a he it. It's it's a really interesting blend. In terms of the mike myers of it. All for him to do some dramatic stuff but also just break out into some more comedic material that we know him for There's a part where he plays his own dad. Sort of like eddie murphy. You know just like in full makeup Adopting a really ridiculous over the top scottish accent And that part is like pure. Snl the mike myers. That is just right in the wheelhouse that everybody knows but there are several moments throughout this movie where he's just playing just like essentially a normal guy in the early nineties and it just kind of feels like well like mike myers if he wanted to probably could have made career just as like i don't know like a middling Just every man kind of actor like there. There is nothing in in here that really like away but it was just interesting to see him in that moat which i hadn't really seen him in very often before And so the movie. I think in general is like a pretty fun. Little little film. It's it's basically just about this guy who falls in love with this. This woman who works at a butcher shop in i think san francisco and he starts to learn that there is a serial killer on the loose mrs x. who is involved with a string of murders and he begins to wonder if this woman that he has fallen in love with who work at. The butcher shop is actually the serial killer so Yes just a fun. The short goofy little movie that I feel like has not really been in the center of the cultural conversation in any meaningful way. Maybe ever or at least not since the early nineties. But i think this is one that that made me look at. Mike myers a little differently. So i would recommend checking out. I'm right there with you. Brought up a fan of this one. Yeah that's one of the things that i love so much about. This movie is that it's pretty much. The only movie where mike myers basically plays a version of himself and i. I wish that he got to do this more often. Because i could easily see him. You know appearing in a string of movies in the same way. That like jason segel of are set seth rogan has and but he's opted to play these larger than life characters under layers of makeup more often than not But this this movie has has has a lot of charm than like one of my favorite parts. Man it's so good is having a alan arkin as like the police cruiser precinct and he's keeps trying to pretend to be like this hard asked. Tv cop and like going into full like almost like auditioned mode and getting advice from his junior detective. There's a detective character and he. He basically looked needs. He needs motivation from his Police detective or his police chief played by alan arkin and arkan is just sort of like a nice normal guy and he just like can't give this guy what he wants so he in an effort to to sort of help his detective along he sort of adopts this persona He's auditioning to play a cop from an eighties movie. And especially since it's movie came out in the early nineties. That joke in particular feels very ahead of its talent feels like something that would be in award miller movie now but i was very impressed with that. And that's definitely one of the funniest parts in the movie is just seeing him. Lean into you know all of those eighties cliches about like i want your badge like all of that kind of stuff flaky. He really seems to be having fun there so Yeah i would say. Actually i mean. It's a very short part of the movie. But this movie is worth watching. For the mike myers of it all and for that alone. I think it's definitely worth checking out and random appearances by michael richards in china. Grodin and steve right. Yeah yeah man. Yeah it's a lot of fun. I if you are sort of well-versed in comedy scene and all of that you'll you'll definitely recognize some people as they pop up along the way. All i remember is him playing his dad in the beat poetry like party. So yeah that's the that's the very ninety s part of the movie is that. He's a beat poet which is very busy. Yeah okay let's move on. Actually i do realize. Did you know in two thousand fifteen so many years after this movie. Tom rothman Who is the head of what sony. At the time i guess maybe he will. He was trying to make a tv series version of this based on really. Yeah that would have been wouldn't well first of all probably wouldn't have had what's his name. Mike myers and wouldn't and i don't understand what the what that would even be. But okay i mean. I guess i do understand what it'd be like. How do you drag that out a whole season of television. I don't know yeah weird one. Okay let's move on to what we've been eating Walls at knott's berry farm. I had by the way in and that harp on knotsberry farm. But i'm in you'll pasalar holder at knott's berry farm in for the annual pass holders. You couldn't for one hundred thirty bucks at on all season dining in what that means for that price you every time you go to knott's berry farm you can have two meals. You can have a once in a dinner comes with an entree and a side and they just need to be four hours apart and basically if you go there like three or four times. It's like worth its weight in gold Because the more times you go into being free food but so while i was there for the passover preview. I use my my dining plan my all season dining plan for the first time in one of the things i got. Was this a tae hotdog which is basically you know street corn. On top of a hotdog. It was great. But i didn't really want to talk about that. I wanna talk about It came with a side of a chips. And i chose talkies which i've never had before. I know a lot of people probably are like why everybody's had talkies or something. They're like these Tortilla chips that are a corn chips tortilla or the corn chips. Third one of those two their early other tortilla chips in their rolled to look almost like a. I guess like a cigarette like style of a role and they are very spicy. They have like this hot chili pepper in wine. Teast them and They get really intense after a kapalua volume. And i've never had them before and now i think they might be one of my favorite jets real good peter out all the time. I've only had the normal enough one of the best ones honestly convention to the others on the you'll find any of the top the original because they got blue heat they got guacamo- way. They got crunchy fajitas. Got nato try the nitro. you know. you don't think metro's better though the rest of them are fine. But i think the original one is the best i get. The rest of them are either too weird. I think there's something really. I'd like to spice level on the originals. The nailed it there and they've been messy with it since but never quite managed to capture. That magic surprised that house spicy. They are for like a mass marketed. Chip like i know like flaming hot cheetos or spicy. But i feel like is like at least three times a spicy. Oh yeah for sure. Brad been on talkies have opinion on talk. I know he doesn't like spice is. I'm not a big spicy person. So i really just don't like like talkies at all because there's not really a flavor that appeals to me. Just because i'm kind of a wimp when it comes to spicy things so it's just it's just not for me all darn okay brad would have been eating this week. What have i been eating. Get i so pepsi. Blue is back after disappearing a long time ago. I remember this coming out When i was in high school back when high school is used to have pop machines in them and it was okay because no one cared about our health. And but it's back and so i do. They no longer have soda machines in high schools. From what i understand like. I'm pretty sure that they started to face soda. Machines out because it was like basically providing something that was super unhealthy to kids. And i feel like now. They only have things like water and gatorade machine so really because like i remember the highschool not when i went to but the one town over. They had a mcdonald's and a subway in their in their high school for their Lunch really yeah crazy. Always jealous of them. I'm guessing that's probably gone to. Must richie rich schools over there but yeah so pepsi. Blue is back. It's a a berry flavored soda. It's not just pepsi with berry flavor. Which is something that does exist. But it's a blue looks like antifreeze kind of soda and i. i kind of forgot what it tasted. Like at an somebody who isn't a berry fan but remembered enjoying it. When i was younger i was just curious to try it again. I did And it's it's not bad it's It does kind of have a little bit of a regular cola flavor to it With like i guess mixed with more of a I don't know like what you what you would say like would be a citrus berry soda. Maybe since it is it is more of a clear blue soda but it's it's pretty good I don't like this one as much when it comes. Cold out of a bottle. There's this is like a whole entire separate conversation about the hierarchy of preferences of drinking us offering gotta can or a bottle or like a couple of ice in that of thing But this one in particular. I enjoy more Putting cup with ice. Just because i feel like the sweetness needs to have like a cut of the cold water that melts from the ice within because otherwise it is a very sweet soda on its own Where almost taste like you're drinking like soda syrup essentially and that's just because the artificial berry flavor but it's still pretty good i enjoy it And then on the similar suffering level so previously. I talked about how arby's surprisingly has outstanding root beer float at. It's i think it's mostly just because of how they're soft serve ice cream perfectly melts into the root beer and it creates this outstanding. Very cool mix of the ice cream and root beer. That makes it feel like you're almost drinking a beer float milkshake and so it's back because at summer but now they've expanded like that. I'm sure you should have done this before. But now they're like publicizing. It and i never thought of it on my own where you can use it. Other sodas and get a flow that way and the one that they were pushing was dr pepper float which i hadn't had before But i one thing that they used to have it. Burger king that i really liked was. They had a dr pepper milkshake. And so i was like I wonder if i can recreate the the dr pepper milkshake experience by getting this and it wasn't quite as good as the dr pepper milkshake. Burr used to have but it still works pretty well allama same with the root beer does it's because of however however they figured out like the perfect combination of the software ice cream. They have with the software. It's just this great mix that just makes the taste outstanding and the you don't you once you let the ice melt and you mix it. It just doesn't You never get rid of you. Don't lose the soda. I mean you're just stuck with a bunch of ice cream with fizzle over it. You know it's just a nice mixture of the two and so if you if you haven't gotten around to trying to floats at arby's it's surprisingly satisfying. I've never thought of doing a floating something other than root beer. So i guess going after. Did you end up reading. There was an article in wired that was about the mcdonald's soft serve machines. Oh yeah this this. 'cause that's something that's been that has annoyed the hell out of me. There's times so many times. And i thought it was just like an isolated thing here but apparently it's a thing all over where like late at night. You'll go to mcdonald's and you'll want a milkshake mcflurry. And they're like no ice cream machines down and Apparently it's a real problem in like some people like hacked into their system to figure out when the ice cream machines were up and running to help people out and so it was like this. Yeah this huge thing. Yeah it's whole it's a really long story it's hard to recap here but it. It's very interesting. I'm going to put a link to in the show notes. So if you're at all interested in like the behind. The scenes dynamics of the the mcdonald's ice cream machines and there's like this rival company though is like producing this thing that would i. It's it's way too complicated. Came here but it's a very stupid movie one. Yeah speaking of ice cream. I try a new variant of hershey kisses strawberry ice cream cone. this has been out for a little bit Now and you can find it like target and walmart and stuff. I think And so it's a strawberry. Hershey kiss that has chunks of like a waffle ice cream cone in it And this is really really good The the flavor has like a strawberry milk kind of flavor to it and Just the right amount of like christie afon pieces in it. It almost like almost tastes like a I guess you could almost call us a strawberry cheesecake a hershey. Kiss if it had that like kind of cream cheese flavor to it but it's The the the mixture of the strawberry with the cones just worked so well. It's also reminded me of strawberry shortcake. Actually that might be a better comparison So those those are really really good at And it's a nice departure because a lot of the hershey kisses are usually chocolate or some mixture of chocolate and so the strawberry is a nice variation on the on the hershey. Kiss and then. I also tried a a new little debbie cereal previously. I talked about how the oatmeal crime oatmeal oatmeal crime oatmeal cream pies. Cereal was outstanding One of my favorite new series. I had a long time. And so i was very curious to try another one. They have called the cosmic brownies cereal. it's based on the little debbie cosmic brownie that has like those little candy pieces in it and so it's not quite as good as oatmeal cream pie cereal. I will say that. But it's better than i thought it would be anticipating something That because of the mixture of sprinkles and the chocolate didn't quite work as well And the flavor. It kind of reminded me of the orient area which i don't like very much and this kind of helped determine that the reason i don't like it is because of the like the crumbles or whatever they use to represent the frosting on oreo. Cereal is what kind of ruins it because the chocolate cereal itself is pretty good. It's it doesn't taste like cocoa puffs But it's a different kind of chocolate crunch tastes than it also has a frosting that i think helps make it stand out a little bit better than the orioles cereal so Solid not fantastic. But it's I think it's you know if you if you like the cosmic brownies than you would probably enjoy this serial cool and i think that brings us to the end of today slash from daily. You can find more of work at home dot com. You can find this podcast on apple. Google overcast spotify. All the popular podcast apps. Please feel free to send your feedback. Questions comes concerns to us at peter on calm in please rate in view this podcast and itunes tell. Your friends spread the word. And we'll see you tomorrow. Peter has how're you doing jacob. How're you hold him. I've been better. But i know we'll cheer me up. We'll up is book of insult offense in front sharper torture post gossip clips and play. Put down by lewis safety. 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227|Bringing People Together

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

10:59 min | 9 months ago

227|Bringing People Together

"Hi, I'm Leon Spencer founder of body shop performance limited best-selling author tedx speaker. And your host. This is the remove the guesswork podcast the show where I am influential people in the Health Fitness and wellbeing space to bring you the latest ideas on how to optimize your mind body and well-being the show is brought to you by my company Body Shop. We work with businesses who want to cross culture of energy and vitality and performance and underpin well-being as a competitive Advantage Solutions include a well-being portal an audit service bespoke guide workshops and Leadership pray. You find out more by visiting www.apartments.com. Enjoy the show. Hello and welcome to the movie guess we're podcast. I'm your host Leon Spencer. And before we get going on this as always Punchy ten minute episode. I just want to bring your attention to the next well-being webinar that we are running off of Friday the 6th of November at 11 a.m. As I say it's free to sign up for and this is ideal. If you look after people within the organization, so HR Director of people had a well-being anything relating to that we've been a business owner that really cares deeply about the well-being the resilience of your team's so the webinars called lead with well-being wage in that what we're talking about. Well being is a competitive advantage and we really believe that forward-thinking companies that want to thrive and grow will need to understand how to lead with well-being and it was touch every decision. They make em to talk about Scar Tissue. We'll talk about the lack of human contact consequences are potential reduction and movement and fitness levels and lots of other things but despite what I've just said there it will be an upbeat Converse. She really will help you to put together a meaningful impact for well-being strategy into the future. So that is a bit about what's coming up. I'll post a link in the show notes as to how you can sign up for that and we hope to see you there. So for this week's episode I want to talk about what the future of sites is going to be outdoors. I think there's going to be a huge shift in the way that we bring people together. And that's how it's been for very obvious reasons, you know at the very time of recording the government has just announced that well no longer be able to socialize together indoors or two at least two separate house votes. So we're already we're seeing a shift we've been told to work from home. We're being told to cancel all non-essential travel in short. It's going to be much harder to get teams of people together and I think there's a big opportunity for companies like myself of other companies that specialize in outdoor adventure to step in here and say well look we know the airflow has a huge birth. On onto your risk of catching viruses like coronavirus. We also know that it's contingent on the number of people and how long you're going to be in a particular area. So why don't you come along to this need an event that we're running outside and you can circumvent really all of those concerns. So timing is everything but here are the reasons why I think there's going to be a huge opportunity come up to get people together in this life. And then Additionally you can take from it all the reasons why I think that's going to happen are Clues as to what kind of things think people are going to be concerned about and what you should be thinking about in terms of of an individual's well-being or indeed your own well-being on the well-being of your family members. So I alluded to it first one of the reasons. I think that the future of off sites will be outdoors is air flow mass air flow is absolutely crucial. So will I get on a plane at the moment know and my perhaps being overly cautious possibly, but I don't want to take the risk, but I'm really happy to go meet friends outside. I'm really happy. Go out do hikes with anything up to six people because of our flow air flow is a really important aspect of of keeping obviously fresh are getting into the lungs and and keeping away from Airborne pathogens in apple viruses. Now, the other reason is that I think what we have sorely missed it's all part of the scar tissue concept that I talked about a lot is connection with nature for many of us wage. Shut up in homes and flats were almost all of us during the actual lock down. But what we did see is a reconnection with nature. We saw nature really coming into its own green spaces got Greener a wild animal starts to come back out again. It was just a lovely tantalizing little insight into what happens if we just let nature step into the for a bit more and that balance of us on the urban environment and nature got addressed a little better. It would have been really nice outside of the context of lockdown, of course to have seen what could have happened when we just slept birth. Very sort of evolved a little bit that's not true dramatic to say but I think we love that reconnection with nature more people got outside. The National Trust was inundated with people who wanted to come and visit their their Homes and Gardens and it's an important aspect of well-being. It's very important to some people and less important to others but it really is important that we connect with nature Johann hari's brilliant book that I've mentioned so many times report lost connections. One of those connections is to Nature. It's to The Wider world the natural world and I think getting people outside and reconnecting in nature again is hugely important for well-being and that's something that forward-thinking companies should really be aware of and then try to do something about how many people haven't been outside. They've been they've been shot up in Flag as well particularly some of the companies I work with whoever younger walk Workforce that's been a real challenge. So the other thing about getting outside is we get access to natural light now when we get access to Natural Light, it does a large dog. Thanks for us. But it can be energizing we get the production of Serotonin which is a neurotransmitter that is very very important for mood regulation. Serotonin is is more than that but it's from a mentally about mood regulation and light provides us with a natural boost of Serotonin which is why I'm so big on taking mini breaks during the day and getting out into natural light and breathing some relatively fresh out just looking up at the Sonic it's not at its peak and it's not a very very hot day and that's also very important for circadian rhythm. Then many of us spend too much time indoors. So going outside Spellbound outside integrated with nature and learning new staff reconnecting with colleagues and connecting with new colleagues and getting a little bit of natural serotonin produced in the gut and the brain that can have an overwhelming touch on on well-being another reason why I think this is going to be the feature as you get to learn new skills. So I trained as a Bear Grylls Survival instructor earlier this year 2020 and I've learned a huge amount. You skills all the way from water purification to Knott's to how to build a shelter to how to use a knife other aspects of protection like fire building and smoke signals and all that kind of stuff and it feels great to learn new skills, and I'm sure you can recall whether it's recently or further away a time when you learn new skills. So it's just a nice thing to do and as we get a bit older we tend to to stay with what we know and it can be really nice to step away from from the world that you know and learn something new great for self-esteem great for confidence great as well fourteen building all fantastic things bonding and connections another really really crucial thing here. It is very difficult, but not impossible to bond and connect remotely. It is doable but nothing quite substitutes that face-to-face. So I really think that getting whether it's sub-teams or your entire team which are not a huge organization wage. Together in the outdoors with good airflow lots of exposure to Natural Light really integrating and connecting with nature and getting lots of Serotonin produced because of that getting lots of oxygen produced because you're bonding and connecting with other people with nature but also with yourself reconnecting with yourself, you know doing something that's meaningful that's purposeful stretching and challenging you and see what it is that you can achieve. I don't think you can be to restart Eric with well-being. Sometimes it's very practical but often it's more it's more subjective as well. And it's more recent are both of these things are important and I do always try and look for some of the more underappreciated aspects of well being apart from talking about sleep and mental health and energy also things like autonomy things like variety things like learning new skills and and bonding and connection which produces lots of oxytocin which makes us feel really good and really connected as well and then ultimately an event like wage She's healthy now. I've worked in the city for Seventeen years and if you hit your target or you want a new client or the company was celebrating someone put their card behind the bar or it was all about alcohol alcohol is not inclusive. I've been to total for eight years. Any celebration involves alcohol isn't going to interest me. It's going to lose me and that's the case for lots of people some people drink very little some drink a lot some drink don't smoke at all but you're not really providing a healthy or it's a responsible sense of a war when it's all about going out and just drinking or getting drunk. So this is a far cry from that home. And I think there's lots of things that you can do within an outdoors, you know Bushcraft or survival event that you can map back to different aspects of well-being as well like resilience like energy mental healthy immune systems. So I I hope I painted a fairly clear picture of what I think will happen. And I think we'll see lots of these kind of events being offered to companies as a we're getting their people together again, and if you're interested in any of this and you want wage, Just do your interest for for some of the ideas that I put it together with Body Shop Performance my company send an email to an E body shot performance cash register you as one of the the sort of a signal of early interest and they'll be some incentives for doing so as well, but at the moment we're just putting ideas together. So I hope that's been helpful and interesting as always. I love your feedback just drop us a note by social media or coming through the website. I'll post a link to that webinar. And if that's for you if you're someone in HR then I hope to see you on that call, but for now stay healthy stay safe and took the best. If you'd like to find out more about what we do for companies head over to our website Body Shop performance.com. 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Fourteen is a Rollercoaster

Mouse and Weens

43:29 min | 2 years ago

Fourteen is a Rollercoaster

"Nassar Medicine. We send thank you yeah. We are mouse I'm mouse. I'm the big sister. One honcker over here is Um. She's really gone for leaving me here on my own to do this. Whole insure all right lease leans otherwise known as Weiner otherwise known as Weenie in Julianne Shut up here with me. You're not going to talk this. This is a good idea. Speak One of US awkward and dealer not really high we're here. We're back together other in town in L. A. She's still doing it. What's going on. You got the giggles. She's got cleavage spilling out into the microphone occur phone. If only you could see it talk all right. We're putting together this podcast mother and uh we're we have clips that we've been saving because we all went to non spirit firm. Deem it a minute seventy of awkwardness. I'm enjoying this I'm not all right so the kids went back to school. Oh we did a week of school and then we decided to take the fourteen year old to Knott's Berry Farms van hubs had to work in deal with soccer boy hubs. Yeah I know that's what I call him never heard her use and so I decided to his no good mom always call all dead hubby really be anyway so it was just me taking him and his friends Sam to Knott's Berry farm arm but we had Weiner over here joining us drove up from her neck of the woods to Dilemma Buena Park Area. Um you're still not talking. I'm talking. I'm letting you think maybe I need a breath mint. When you say that about you I think you mean it about me and my breathing someone mentions the birthing might one really. Is it hot. My Ham with pickles also breath set bakery called. That was really good proof bakery. Glendale Boulevard is We just walked around today. We went to farmers market market. We also saw where the beastie boys recorded. What's it called Brant Royal Records Romance Dunk Glendale Boulevard. That's where that that's where it debt so here are clips from knotsberry farm. We hope you enjoy our visit of the day we're taking you back into the land live teenagers and fourteen year old boys and rollercoasters so here we go sister. We're here at the Knott's Berry Farm. And how are you feeling today. Good except a little frazzled because you were just turn I know whisper something in my ear and your heart breath is going right in my ear hole and I couldn't hear or feel anything so she kept getting chills chills because I was trying to say quietly something that the person in front of us was going here so she kept just going right in my ear. Holes chick got so little pill bumps up and down. You call this show. She bumps goose. All the bill bumps hated the gospels the way that never caught on in our family goosebumps goosebumps chill bumps uh-huh we call them chill bumps all right anyway so we're here at the lovely knotsberry farm with the your son. Toby and his good friend Sam Damn. They're both so cute the fourteen in there so innocent in Nice yes agreed. Take a look over your shoulder. But do you think this this boy's GonNa throw up. Look Yeah it's going to happen. It's happening backing up where putting it in reverse. I were stepping backwards game his privacy he took in bed. Maybe he too many milkshakes and totally reds where he's a drunk. He was twelve and never know all right so we are here. We were just having a discussion I just said at this age where you boy crazy reinspired because toby were wondering look. He's sweet very innocent right and they're so cute. They don't seem like think think or talk or care about girls at all. There's video games and sleepovers sweet yeah yeah it's cute I I would inspired at the most so you just jumped out but it was that when we're amusement parks that's all we did was go and look for boys yeah cute boys we would be here at their age seeing who's the cutest boy and following them and giggling and that would be yeah totally totally and trying to look cute right trying to dress the part so that they might look at you your classes cooking. I know they are not secure. We just went to this wild wild west like song and dance place and her glasses are all skewed because one of them broke off. Cy superglued aside so so they sit sideways. This is what it looked like all day every day. That's all right. I'll have my eyebrows. Brown seems together boy crazy it was I don't know is that normal or most. Most people like that to you have to go gun in close quarters and we're doing interviews. Steph. We ended up looking at each other guys. Something's wrong with you. We should just stick to the phone. No is that normal note to be like Kinda into boys like. Can we walk and talk. I don't think that we're stopping yeah. I would think that maybe these are different time. Are we developmentally we kicking the coupe a little later this young Muslims to have flouted stirs vaping. What is that that's a Indian flute. Look at them. That's GonNa meet our study of doing something illegal. I'm very suspicious of the youth especially that guy who who dresses as his twelve but he's actually fifty eight this Mr Sunshine last time. This is my that was checkbook. That just rolled by. We need to see him. Knotsberry Farm Jack was here and all right well so boys to tell us about your first amusement the US mint part of Park experience with the boy. What happened a new person that you saw me. Why did you say boys a boy see that you boy experienced amusement park go i. Let's see oh I remember going to Disneyland with Alley and and we got in line for the matterhorn and we're doing the same thing running around the park looking for boys and right next to us in line at the Matterhorn was billy's ABC. Oh billions from karate kid he was so cute and it was in his cover game. Yes the movie had just come out on. This is the eighty s and all his blonde. Tan this Oh and all I could think of was pleased matterhorn with me. We'll double up put his arms around me from behind sit fred. Not Gross told me it was just like a hug like sitting in the matterhorn. When you know you have to double up it didn't happen didn't say anything see by himself? No I think you have a little posse with them. Yeah how about you good boy. The only one I remember I was dating fisherman David at the time and fishermen. Dave didn't want to go in the big drop ride. It was like one of the edge or something you know where it drops. You just go straight up and drops you right. Yes and I remember he didn't want to go and I am very excited about these rides so I went by myself and it was a whole ring of open seeds and then sweet Indian man about forty eight sat next to me and as we're going coming up we got strapped in and it was like why did he go. Sit Right next to me and you know I'm twenty five at the time older dad type. I try and and so we go zoom up and as we're zooming up he goes. Oh are you dating. Anyone like terrified fight. It was this big ride that we right to the edge and I was like I looked over make a what why and he goes. I would like to date joop and then I was just like what this is very true story exactly like I said I'm even making it up. Oh my God and then Oh then at the bottom you have to sit next to them while they unstrapped you and clink clink you back to this. There's my boyfriend. Trent Nice meeting. You my fishermen Dave right away until that was the joke. It's true story. I like it. That's a good one really wasn't a sweet tooth phones. how Ah out there wishing you were around? The elevator closes out because because this is waiting for someone to give you that one time what can kill you know who else. You're thinking of turnaround that guy. Oh ooh oh. He's so cute cute they're. He's got Mickey Mouse years that are rainbows. You can tell he's been doing the theme Park Circuit Yes. His arm ducked out all right. Let's go and Calico river rapids. Roy Fi all right toby wet bothers you about your parents restrictions Sam. What do you think about feel like if the person is mentally mature enough up to I guess separate video games from the real real world then I feel like it would be plausible to get it. So what about other the research that shows that kids are more violent. You just don't think just games caused violence thing yeah. I feel like that's kind of BS Benji. Don't you Hippie gibberish. That's that's adults thinking that every child is going to be like that. Do any other friends have parents that don't let I'm not there no really other like restrictive parents. Everyone I mean I think like you're the only parent I know who actually believes using the whole like what you see you do. I don't believe in that but I don't think it's great for your brain till it's all developed. That's I mean that's kind of the same thing. Okay now fast forward when your parents are you. GonNa want your fourteen year old to play that well. That's a dumb question because you're going to say well. How do you know I'm going to be a parent true very true. Are you going to be a parent. We'll have to see what about you SAM. I planned to be yeah. I hope that my life turns out that way definitely very definitive. I think I'll stick to the CAP for now. It just one cat. Oh I was going to see a few hundred. Ask a question Oh. I thought you didn't know about you to fourteen again. so the questions. I'd like to ask Kiddos. Why do you think people are shooting up schools. Is it too dramatic. I mean what's happening to those people. People make that choice I mean they probably had like some sort of twisted childhood or something and people around on them not picking up on the problems they're having and they feel ignored and they feel just terrible so they just go crazy or they. You'd become a psycho and just decide to do that. Have you seen sorry D. attempt to say boy. I I was just going to add that probably been like neglected children and that's probably very true. You guys you're very perceptive is a social media thing. What do you guys think do you think these kids are looking for attention and so they go on social media media and then they read these weird websites on the dark web and learn about like Isis and all these bad groups and yes yeah I'd say they've been like mentally peer pressured by things they've seen on the Internet yeah definitely mentally or they've been pressured or they get like twisted ideas and again back but like I would say they they just churchmen. Just room ceases off to it's just gone so a lot of them. I'm say that they felt really isolated. From or bullied or ostracized from social groups is another big thing. Have you experienced airing Sunday that in school not personally but I would say. It's definitely a thinking you've seen it. Yes there's this dick in like unlike pre school that like like there's on one of those like play sets and like like we were just standing there and like he like shoved me off and then a couple of years later we went to the community pool and he tried to drown me so oh wow what's wrong with this guy. I don't know I I mean mom probably knows well. You guys are buddies and I think he would get so excited and he loves you so much. You're a little but you don't see anything in highschool. We're we're about to get on this rollercoaster. You guys any last thoughts I mean nothing like really like nothing big in highschool cool. How do you ever get this. How see something say something anything like that. Come up those mostly like middle uh-huh school because I think they just know that we've like probably know all about that already on not all right. What was the question. I don't know any last thoughts. Okay see something say something. See something say something. I say that still like a saying but I hope that people oh act on that and I would say that the video games caused violence thing is probably just made up by like adults because they don't really know what's going on with the teens or children's heads at the time and they just want to think that because it's something new that they don't understand thanks thanks for your impact guys. I hope we survive this rollercoaster off. I mean this is a big roller coaster all right. I'm a little meaner. She's being nice saying I'm not old thank you. I appreciate that AH look at even look like a name break me here. This is for the sun but it's embarrassing okay so I'm stuck in the nineties and I was listening to stuff like public. Enemy tribe called quest for side. That's what I was into. You know them. I know a tribe called quest out of all of them. That's for sure Yeah Nice. They've they've good stuff. Definitely who is currently some some of your favorites well recently passed well. I guess a year ago now execs ecstasy on but his music is good enough to last so I listen to a lot of him still whereby the roller coaster called what what's roller coaster called again this one's called accelerator whipped by like a hundred miles an hour okay. So what about you what favor current rapper rapper I mean I definitely agree with exultation but I don't know who else eminem guys eminem no he. He's just gotten old. He hasn't been releasing as much. I feel like he's just chilling with the money he's made so much. Collaborations Yay does a few collaborations he he released an album not too long ago that that was pretty vulgar but it was like too much volts vulgar yeah I would say I mean I mean. There is no really too vulgar. UNWRAP KAZ people can just say whatever they want. In rapid people are like all right I mean he's good but he started pushed it with wife staff and Kim and putting your nose a little much in my opinion the thing is like like his only only two new songs that are actually good or collaborating with joyner Lucas and logic interesting interesting okay so break down the ramp real fast. We'll you're thirty second break down. What are the owners of rap. So you have like metal rap. I would say maybe like Chill Rep. Maybe like trap. Trap is like how would you describe trap. I don't really I don't know just like like a trendy a beat. I guess if you look at like a trap beat. It's like this whole like It's kind of like an automated system but if you WANNA hear it here like trap music risen the Travis Scott Travis Scott Sucks bad but he does a lot of people think he's good but he's he's really not trap beats would be probably designed some of like XS music. I guess XS music had some trap in it care what others owners of rap. There's like Mumble Rab. There's like really like fast drab. There's lyrical rap and there's probably Milwaukee grab and I would say those are the dark graph which is like suicide boys. That's that's more metal. That's more like hardcore rap or metal rep that means it's incorporated with drums and rock beat. Almost I wouldn't say that I would say just has the same energy as like. It's pretty hardcore really darkly like you said the man I've been asleep. I'm still listening to Dj Jazzy Jeff and the first prince parents. Just don't understand guys yeah sure ninety. What kind of careers do you think you to fall into and also he wants a male model or you do. It's all right and you might you want some Ron. John Braman Brun ginghams anyone uh-huh closing off the check is going to get a spider in the eye by ooh those were the boys toby and Sam. They're so cute they're fourteen. Are they really though or were you would not at all. I think they're very smart and cool kids the fact that they would just hang out at that age would hang out with US yeah. That's cool cool man. I mean I wouldn't have done that at Thaddeus Age. We're so me appearance yeah. You know what I thought was cute. Was I kind of sat down because I get so motion sick that the I didn't go on any rides so I just kind of plopped down. I'm like okay boys. Go ride. Meet me back here. If you want if you don't want here's your I have one of those green light right credit cards. Have you heard of these for the kids. You can put money in the account and you can turn it on and off and you you can designate how they spend the money like twenty dollars can go to a restaurant and fifty dollars they can spend anywhere so he has one of these limited cards and I turned it on former like okay you guys can go get your own lunches and snacks and whatever I'll just be here all day. They just talk to me by text and they totally came back and found me. They wanted to have lunch with me. They wanted to hang out and then that's when you joined in and they like like saved all these rides for you to ride on with them. I couldn't believe that so Q. Like this is the time when I thought they'd push you away and you and think they know it all sweetest kid they are. They're cool kids even really did I was so. I was shocked when he said they waited like yeah. Sam said no toby won't go on that right with me until his aunt gets here and you're like the cool and he even said something like C. Sam See how cool she is watched. I know so good going the full fold yeah. I like to be here in mind right now summer turn. I know we're very close again. Kids Yeah they were fun and I also think it's testimony to good parenting on thank you you know it is kind of a phenomenon. I've heard about it more and more that these kids are. Maybe it's like fearful Communities Society Society now. We don't want kids to walk to school anymore. We you know like really monitor them the helicopter parenting stuff and so it's almost like we're infantile ailing them. Is that a verb emphan television yet but just yeah I think kids are staying home with their parents a little bit more and they feel a little bit closer with their parents and it's good in their more protected that it's also bad because their failure to launch and going off to college and they're not ready and emotionally ready zip. I've heard that from different articles and stuff and things things I've read and seen but yeah I don't know we'll we'll see I mean we do try to make them independent but they do kind of hanging around so like when we grew alab. Sorry you know it was eighteen was the time when you felt like you were going to get kicked out of the house or you had to figure it out. at Lisa felt that way did you I did and I knew I was going to college so there's that but then I know because I went to junior college. I stayed stayed home from eighteen to twenty ish something like ABC right yeah so I guess I can't talk because I was still home home for a couple of years but mine was more money wanted twenty. Now kids are staying home till thirty yeah yeah. It's also expensive world out there right. I know if we want our kids kids to stay in San Diego around us. I don't know how it's going to happen but to what we're going to say so. The kids are infantilized. Yeah just the helicopter parents. That's all to sit. They stay home mourn so it was cute. I liked seeing it. I liked having him around that day here wanting to hang out with us and you and doing all the fun things and pretty cool. You're we're cool. Jazzy Jeff stuck in the nineties. We can learn from though and articulate kids to and there they know what's going on in the music world. I know yeah there is. How would you pull out good for good for them. Yeah I think they like the jazz part and the thing. Are you wiggling the Mike. She's got the shaky legged the bouncy leg thing go Nari. She's a shaker. I am a mover all right. Let's go now are we. We onto another subject. We have no more clips from the now. That was a yeah your takeaways on fourteen well. We're GONNA talk about. Where were you mentally my fourteen so ninth grade I just kissed a boy at summer camp go back to our first kisses episode to hear all about it. goodstuff talk good sloppy stuff that was when I had my moped boy see mine is all about the boys I really was boy crazy like we were talking argument that up front and but now I started playing basketball at the high school. I started playing softball. It was a lot of sports as is trying to kind of find my little group of people 'cause a lot of the middle school groups break up and go different ways so I was kind of hanging out with the jocks and then I was hanging out with some of the mods and then some of the AP class kids you know the nerds gas whatever but it was fine green. I don't know I just sort. Isn't that weird. Have you just naturally I'm thinking about that time. When we went from middle school we junior high seventh and eighth grade those separate but then we have just broke apart groups. Yeah Buddy Chris Yvonne hosts was my big. We did everything together friend and in that like soon as we went to junior high I think it just started she shifted and what more the maybe the rocker group and then I started hanging out with more the skateboarder keep border punky group right but it didn't feel like a big split. It just felt like he just drift yeah yeah and then that was when like we had kind of our I guess it's our first cheerleaders than those girls who used to hang out with all of us kind of went off into their cheerleading thing so that was a little different but I don't know I think everyone everyone bonds based on what group they are in so I hung out with the basketball girls and then the softball girls and so you the athletics and does give you automatic group. That's it's a big thing liquid. Dave I moved here from Kentucky. He moved as a junior in high school and being a baseball player he immediately joined baseball and he had a built-in group matches good by the way it's hard to find that community. Africa's straggler new going to be a trenchcoat mafia kid in the basement energy cookbooks cookbooks. Oh did I tell you well. Maybe this isn't the time or place to do it. I'll tell ya no. No it really good story. It's a feel good story about anarchy. We know about the marching band okay yeah. Can I tell you yes all right but toby might hear this well then. Maybe not all right. We won't let them hear it but I like okay this after the fact. I'll let him shoot next year after it's all Sinden Navy but this is cute okay so I was on facebook looking through things in somebody had reposted just some dude wrote a little paragraph and it said wouldn't it be nice nice if the football team supported the marching band for once because the marching band if you think about it goes to all the football games you know we're cheering hiring. We're supporting and in this day and age when that be nice if there was some reciprocation that'd be neat if that could happen so I took a screen shot shot of that and I sent it to the new high school principal not new but new to me. I don't yeah a brand new parent. There and I just wrote hi. I'm a new parent Erin. I have a son who's in marching band and I just saw this and thought it would be neat out how wonderful for Powei because we had that shooting recently Ali right and they're always talking synagogue shitting yeah the synagogue and they're always talking about you. See something say something and bullying. Ling and making people feel included and we've also just had a rough few years with art school system with a little bit of corruption and things like that so I said how I could really use those right now and what a feel good story. This would be an good pr for the school so you know F- Why and he kind of immediately wrote back this this was on a Saturday morning and said I love this idea. I'm calling a meeting with the football coaches and the merchant band leaders and we'll see what we can do going in the nose like oh boy. If this is embarrassing for Toby I hope he does annoy did it so I haven't said anything and then like Oh cool a few days later he wrote back and said Hey so we had our meeting and the calendar is pretty full this year but we do want to figure this out and do something thing and I just wanted to let you know it was a great idea and it's you know parents like you that are contributing and it was so positive I know Oh and it was great and I was just is not nice. I'm excited and I just love that concept and then at back to school night. The bandleader confirmed it. He was talking to all the parents parents and he said so. You know parents instead of leaving after halftime show was done and taking your bank at home. We really hope you can stay through the end of the football game with your band kids because this year's going to be a little different that we had a big meeting with the football coaches and they really WanNa be supportive of us so they're going to help us out at our tournaments. They're going to help load equipment. They're going to do things and it's going to be this whole like giving back. Yeah community thing ooh because this also is part of the bullying ban kids. Sometimes were looked down upon in some ways. Maybe Yeah Yeah Cal- shifted shifted yeah kind of Nerdy but then there's some cool ones and I mean as adults you look back and go oh yeah they were probably either that or the business owners. We probably all work for them. Now hours true reality smart kids yeah but I I did just see actually watching toby's footage of him playing with the marching then you took some his first big experience of doing that recently but then I was looking at the she's telling me to get closer the cheerleaders and heated that idea that the cheerleaders all they do support the guys yeah and they don't really get anything back. Maybe they do yeah but just the same concept of be nice also have like honor the cheerleaders ah yeah and I wonder though probably incorporate that to some that would be cool. I thought it was cute too. I'll post the video I took last night but there was the whole student section and as soon as they announced the marching band coming out on the field the whole student section like erupted in applause and it was acute you know the different dynamic I think they're really segregated and so the lake yeah he's the boys in the women's basketball new but he came ARGH Games. Everybody went to the boys basketball yes. I was always like it's not fair. Why is this awful yeah yeah very sad and and so I hope it changes I mean I think women's soccer the you know World Cup this year was for you. That's soccer the soccer player woman who just did kickoff in the football game. Did you hear about that some like fifty five yard field goal and she's being pseudo recruited by pro teams now or something and and I love that girl power but yeah but the crowd erupted with toby coming out with his not just yeah it's like a huge band band and saying that's a good thing yeah yeah and then they did the parade yesterday which was cute. God is your house hunted the worst. This is all ideal deal with fucking air pressure and yeah the whole summers ventilating doors slamming. She lives in a cottage cottage but it's hot in not well insulated so she's had to pull in air conditioning units and had them running but then the fan was out for recordings so she turned him off then we open the doors and nothing's are slamming so that's what's going on but oh. I WanNa talk about to well. Maybe maybe we can talk about it. In the next episode going to the Party last night in old Hollywood will it wasn't even Hollywood but thirty six ABS in minutes yeah we can. Oh I know okay so we met at Knott's. Berry farm is going to tell Oh my story and at the end of the night you know it got to be about nine o'clock. I knew I had to drive all the way back down to San. Yeah go You're going back home. So we said goodbye. I walked to the parking lot with the boys. You know late at night. It was about thirty minutes before for a fireworks. Show started a point with boys. When I left Toby said isn't my cool yeah see him. I felt so good. I'm sorry cool aunt we gotta get you a cooler name though alley dusty body oh I think anyway so we walked down to our car and bleep the car ahead of time so the boys walked ahead of me and hopped in and then I climbed in and noticed that there were two vans full of people around me right next to my car. There was one too right behind the right next to and they've vans the interior lights were on both man's. There are a whole bunch kids in there like babies in car seats and toddlers and the Dan was like standing around and the mom like sitting down on the grass outside of the car are kind of weird and then I thought well maybe they're just going to watch the fireworks show or they're waiting for somebody so I didn't think much of it and Dan drove home on the way home realized I look down at the gas gauge and I'd filled up on the way up. I had stopped filled up. My gas is tank. Look down on my gas gauge. Going home realized it was below a quarter tank. There was like almost zero gas in my car and I'm thinking how is is that possible. I had a full tank and it was just gone and I got the sinking feeling in my stomach and I thought something happen and all of a sudden I started thinking. All those families standing around my car. Were were siphoning. My guess. I'm like God. I'm such a sucker. I should have noticed I should've said something and then I got like ooh. That's scary. What if the done something worse to me. What if I walked up and I caught them in the act what if they had a knife and I was like a woman by herself with these two boys was going through all these scenarios drive home and before I dropped off Sam I had to stop and fill up again and I was like mother in it takes one hundred bucks to fill up my car because the big old suburban and dropped him off went home mm sat on the information for a little while because whenever I tell us trying to think of a funny joke a knife safer like snakes ner sorry it was worth it so I finally tell Dave what I think and captained and of course first thing out of his mouth was Joel like victim shaming me like it was my fault the my gas got siphoned and I was like what I I could happen to. Anyone and he's like Oh. That's suck. So what does that mean like. I don't know I'll call the dealership and have them check it out and all this stuff I mean because is that was the only possibility will I'm driving the next day and I see the Nice little shell station on our corner that you love. Ed played well yeah rix automotive. Everyone go there on the quarter of Rancho Bernardo Road and Pomeroy road. He's created a place for a stocker find you oh they don't come when I'm there pretty far away from their anyway yeah he so. I I saw it. I guess I pulled in and I'm thinking. Oh this nice man. He'll tell me what he thinks so I told him this scenario he agreed read that it sounded weird and my gas must be gone but then he saw my car and he has a chevy suburban and was like well. Wait a minute. There's no way to to siphon gas out of there. They have like a stopper thing like contraption and all the new cars. You can't show a hose down there so it couldn't be that way and I said well. Oh I've heard that people can go up and under the gas tank and shove a screwdriver in and kind of popular fuel tank and pull out the gas that outweigh and he goes thinking like a little person and a wet suit. Someone can go up and we have to put on a rubber suit did did you put your face in there and you suck chuck. Straw bendon go in but yeah. He's the only way you can do that. From under the car is you'd you'd have to cut through a metal hose and that's nearly impossible unless you have the right tools and I really doubt that they could have done that and then he goes. Are you sure sure you filled up your car on the way there and there's a gear yeah yeah. Why don't you just go home and check your bank statement and make sure so. I got in the car. Our turn on my is you might remember that Uganda Sinonov free before you're going to zero Frei. We stopped the shell station. Yeah Yeah I new. I filled out well. I pulled up my bank. APP and I looked at all purchases. The only purchase at the Santa Ana every Shell Station was twelve L. dollars and snacks so Nah I'd only gone and bought snacks. I forgot to put the hose in my car and fill it up so we pulled up to the tank. Never put gas in the car. Got The snacks and left and that's why my car was on empty. I feel bad because I'm thinking like creepy family with all the babies stealing gas and I told you and you're like oh what an awful first lesson to teach kids how to siphon gas and that's very far uh-huh yeah. It's sleazy there and we were like. Oh and provine but then we're doing like Nice oh well they're needy people. They needed gas more than we did then trump and the gas prices. We had this whole conversation about how siphoning is the new thing. I was thinking of getting a law house. Agai- ah you better change perks you should only go to magic mountain and Disneyland now yeah there's learning and it was me and my dumb senior brain. That's what happened and that's my story. People make sure you actually fill up your car. When you go to fill up your car gestation least did you ever ever driven Elaine Clink the thing off. No have you don't think so yeah. I feel like I did once. Maybe maybe when you were young. That was just another. Tuesday go with weird things and Oh God highly illegal. Things rules didn't apply. I'm telling you actually rix automotive. The same place I drove away from that with my wallet on top of my car one time and I went out the driveway into the main street and my wallet flew off my car and landed in the middle of the street strewn everywhere apparently and I drove off not knowing and I realized our later my wallet was gone and I backtracked and I called the place in Rick was like Oh yeah I found it in the street. I picked it up. I was waiting for you to come and tried to find Joan facebook kids at me a facebook message love is rick. I haven't got a wreck didn't take any money. It was all on the global stage. Good family owned. Shell station of his guys yet. Honest good there you go so so that's a plug for the day let's pop in a quick Promo of our friends podcast at the end here and we will sign off. Please follow us on social media and all good things we love our listeners you guys thank you so much for always writing in and joining the conversation we've been. I'm having so much fun. Weans say thank you everybody. We Love You thousand way though Oh Bass Bass in a also awesome so Malsin half-tonne for novel poke cost and enjoy listening to to it is discussing films then look no further we all movie joined postcards to might sit down to discuss new releases the static films anything and everything in between stay and he's mark together. We also listen questioned and set each other homework. Even cover film towards the Alba hasn't seen in the hope of another nothing you can download us on our change pod. 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Me, Pooh and the Blustery Day

Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

09:20 min | 2 months ago

Me, Pooh and the Blustery Day

"Welcome to caffeinated humor where sarcastic humor and massive amounts of coffee slash caffeine. Go hand in hand before we get started. Do me a favor. Subscribe and follow the podcast. Listen to as many episodes as you can be sure to visit the show. Notes check out the affiliates and help support the podcast. Let's get on with the show. Hey everyone welcome caffeinated humour. There's few things as awesome when you're a kid as cartoons at. I'm not just talking like saturday. Morning cartoons. Don't get me wrong pound for pound your best cartoons were when i was a kid saturday morning from six to about ten ten thirty by eleven. It kind of started to phase out. But it's like you owned it at that time and it was just a better time mainly because it's like when people talk about the good old days it wasn't that they were good or better. It's just that there was a different vibe. A different feeling. You're in a different place. I mean think about you before you have responsibilities back when you were eight and you can go outside and play with a friend on your bike. I not too many kids have that upbringing anymore. Where you could just like go out on a like a rainy day. I realized that grew up in southern california. And it wasn't that rainy all that often but on those days that it was on and put on your old jeans a crappy t shirt your most kids and two pairs of sneakers. You're nice ones. And then your crappy one put on your crappy ones and go out puzzling. Purposefully riding through mud and water and sliding the slippery est concrete pound for pound is in a gas station so when it gets wet you just slide like its oil and it is. It's it's typically. There's been enough spilt there. That when it rains it comes up to the surface. And it makes it slicker snot and that was awesome. You would go out ride your bike. Get filthy. I think that's why who knows. I don't know of a lot of folks that in my own family that passed from covid. I had a nephew that was about thirty. And i know for a fact. He never went puddle on a bike but for the kids in my generation. We don't think anybody's seriously had covert and i'm fully vaccinated now and i'm thankful for that simply because i've had flu both with and without a vaccine without vaccine three weeks hospital a couple times thought. I was going to die with vaccine. Three days thought i was going to die. No hospital and of course didn't i. I'm here talking to you now. So but i honestly think you can trace it back to the survival rate back to. Who went puzzling. Who spent a lot more time in the mud and filthy and in their childhood george carlin once joked that he used to swim in the east river. It he says if i can survive that i'm not dying of cancer and of course he didn't die of cancer. I don't think he did okay. I don't remember what george carlin daito. But i don't believe it's cancer but you can't quote me on that because i'm not sure but getting back to my childhood i think the innocence of being to go out and just wasted day. Once the last time as an adult you wasted today did not a god damn thing. At least you did it. But you didn't feel guilty guilt. The one thing that makes you an adult so when you start to get back into that childish innocence that that cool place that is blunt it's straightforward simply because it doesn't know any back and you're not trying to be rude and you're not playing a personal game which is kind of where i come from i toy with people on a regular basis. It's an evil little game. I played to amuse myself. But when you talk to a kid for five minutes and guarantees going to say something that most people would say is inappropriate or rude or you know and it's like you can't hold it against him. He's just a kid so let's get back to that where you can say rude. Shed not know any better. So put it all together and we end up with today's episode me phut and the blustery day on today's caffeinated. I'm kind of like an edgier winnie. The pooh and who doesn't love poo poo was the shit. When i was little saturday night dinner. Bath footy jammies lay in front of the tv. Watch puga as big as stuck in a hole awesome few things in life for that basic innocent and that whole phrase innocence. Lost is kind of a tough one for a lot of people to truly get or understand right up until someone asks you lose the last time you watch winnie the pooh in blustery day and then you're like oh yeah i get it now now. Having kids great excuse to watch when my kids were little. I got to watch everything who grinch mickey even sesame. Street's street was a little creepy but we won't go into that right now. But what do you do when your kids grow up now. You got no excuse in when he. The poo is the epitome of the simple mind. Having a simple life the forrest gump of the cartoon world. No brains no headaches. In fact he is so uncomplicated. Did he was used. As an example of asian taoism now this is a huge subject but in a very simple nutshell. It's living an uncomplicated. natural life. I read the book called the dow. Pu twenty five years ago but the tagline for the book is incredible. It stayed with me throughout the years. It's wall threats and pick like head. Piglet hesitates and rabbit calculates. An al pontificates. Who just is i try. Not ticket to weepy touchy feely here. This is just a little podcast after all but this is one of those phrases you can read a few times. Come up with something different each time. I honestly miss those nights in front of the tv. In my jammies. Walt disney was the man back in the day. Sure on the side he may have been a little bit of antisemitic. Anti semite but what started as a grainy black and white cartoon steamboat. Willie has become the worldwide john of disney also known to its employees and other people connected to it as the mouse. The mouse is powerful. Do not anger the mouse. No more on this subject. A i'm not looking to offend the mouse and some of the mouse's minions their podcast fans so we're all good here. I'm glad disneyland. Moved away from their ticket. Books if anybody still remembers those and for the millennials that are listening and they're not crying or complaining about something you used to pay your entry fee and you got a ticket book you had to buy a certain level of ticket book and different rides had different level of tickets a through e the great rides e you never had enough e tickets. That's where that thing. It's an e ticket attraction and he always threw away a shitload load of tickets because there was nothing that anybody ever wanted to ride. That was a ticket. They never got used. I always figured they should make it like it is now but include you know make it like a cruise and include the food speaking of cruises disney does cruises now too and if my kids were young enough i would book day and i don't know what they would do on those cruises. I mean the brand name is strong and who doesn't love that knott's berry farm that too and for those who live on different parts of the country different parts of the world knott's berry farm is more of a country version of disney. It's food it's fun. It's more of a definitely has like a farm theme to it and it's nice and it's just down the road from disneyland and now it's time for some coffee. Thanks again for listening. Do me a favor. Follow and subscribe to the podcast. Listen more episodes. Click on the episode. Name look at the show. Notes can have a little quote for me. But also the affiliates. You'll be able to get the caffeinated humor book from amazon. Got the new one coming out soon. That'll be book number seven. I appreciate it. Thank you much have a great day.

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On the Outside Looking In: Hope Beyond Our Failures and Regrets

Greg Laurie Podcast

27:45 min | 7 months ago

On the Outside Looking In: Hope Beyond Our Failures and Regrets

"The following message from pastor greg. Laurie is made possible by some special friends of this ministry pastor. Greg i wanted to see a special word of thanks to the harvest partners. Who make this ministry possible next time. Your online checkout pastor greg's personal blog at blog dot greg. Laurie dot com. Have you ever done. You regretted youth. A the foley i could relive that moment the unfortunately we can't go back and change the past. But here's the good news. Thought give second chances pastor greg. Laurie says there's hope beyond our failures regrets. We can move ahead and leave that baggage behind. You don't have to keep going back and reliving your passed over and over again. And if you've messed up you'll forgive you to give you a second chance. Ever had a stain. Appear on an article of clothing maybe try to wipe it clean abia try. Vinegar and baking soda are one of the revolutionary new products from the store. Re take it to the cleaners but you get it back in still there. Sometimes our lives have stage like that and the embarrassment never goes away today on a new beginning pastor. greg. Laurie takes us to a reassuring story. In god's word was he the lord can treat the stains of our lives. I want to talk about a guy who really lost his temper. We're in a series on the life of moses. Were calling water. Firestone and moses had quite the temper and he literally just loses it because the israelites seem to have spiritual amnesia. They seem to be forgetting all that god had done for them over the many years. How god providing them food every single day right outside of their door and it was called men at how god directed them with fire by night in cloud by day. How god watched over them. How god part of the red sea for them. But they forgot so they were thirsty. And they said worth thirsty moses and apprentice out in the wilderness we would just die of thurston some and aaron go and pray in the tabernacle the tent that they set up to meet god in and the lord gives a clear direction. The lord says moses want you to go to the rock. And i want you to speak to it and water will come out known another occasion. God directed moses to go to a rock and strike it with staff and water came out but this time the lord said don't strike it just speak to the rock and the water will come and satisfy the thirst of the people. Let's see what happened. Numbers chapter twenty verse. Ten he and erin some of the people to come and gather at the rock and he shouted. Listen you rebels. Must we bring you water from this rock. Then moses raise his hand and struck the rock twice with a staff and water gushed out so the entire community in their livestock. Drank there ville. There's a number of things that went wrong here. What are the lord telling them to do. The lord said speak to the rock no another time. lord said. strike the rock with steph. You know god will lead us differently in different situations sometimes. I'll have this do it one way and another time. You'll have us do it another way. Jesus never dealt with any two people in exactly the same way when you see jesus with nicodemus religious man. He spoke to them in a certain way at said certain things when you see jesus with the woman at the well. It's quite different. When you see jesus in the home of zaccheus again it's different so the lord will lead you in different ways be open to the leading of the lord. Don't be like some robot that does that the same way. every tying. that's my imitation of a robot. Be opened the leading of the spirit. So the lord said speak to the rock. Moses hits iraq not once but twice and so that's because of his great anger and anger is something we need to get under control especially in marriage right. You know when. I meet young couples that want to get married. The come to me and say oh pastor greg will you marry us and i'll say how long have you known each other. Oh we've known each other for a year. Oh great and then the last kim this have you ever had an argument and they might say no now once. We've never disagreed about anything. They get out of my office right now and go have a good fight because you have to learn how to resolve conflict when you're married and when i see a good fight i obviously not referring to anything physical but i'm talking about learn how to disagree because so often you'll have a disagreement with your spouse often over the subject of finances by the way and you'll have different points of view and it's very important that you listen to what they are saying here them out then respond with your point of view have a good exchange but when the voices start rising and the tempers start flaring. Then it's going to be completely unproductive cliff barrels. Who is the longtime associate of billy graham. He was with them from the very beginning and now clippers with the lord as billy is but he Said this and i'd love this. He says there nine words that we should be willing to say every day to our spouse. Here they are. I'm sorry please. Forgive me. And i love you. That's good isn't it. i'm sorry please. Forgive me. And i love you. And then he said he knew might add these words as well. It was my fault so new of a conflict. Who's going to be the first to resolve it. I'm sorry given the way we say i'm sorry. They're lame apologies. I'm sorry if you thought. I was saying that since so because that was not my intention so if i what i said. Hurt your feelings because you misunderstood me. That's not an apology. Here's an apology. I'm sorry i was wrong. Please forgive me. I'm telling you whatever attention you're having with your spouse right now if you would just say i'm sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. You'd be amazed how much good that will do. But here is moses. Now he's in a rage and now the lord is gonna deal pretty harshly with him. Look at numbers. Twenty verse twelve. The lord said to moses because you did not trust me enough to demonstrate my holiness to the people of israel you will not lead them into the land. I am giving them moses. You're not going to take him in a pretty heavy duty. Moses was on the outside looking in years ago. When i was a kid. I was really into reptiles i was a junior herpetologist. I had every kind of reptile. You can imagine all kinds of snakes and lizards and turtles and i was obsessed with reptiles and so for my birthday. I asked my mother to take me to a place called the alligator farm and it was in one a park right next to knott's berry farm so invited a bunch of my friends. Come from my birthday party at the alligators farm. So they all came have to tell you. Reptiles are not always the most lively creatures lonzo alligator. Let's gets dead. It just lays there doesn't do anything unless you put food in front of it. Snakes are often the same way. Same thing with lizard. So we go from cage to kids looking at these giant snakes. He's massive alligators. Basically all looked like they were dead. And so we're out in this one open area where they had the biggest alligator and right over the fence. You could see knott's berry farm and they had position the ride there that was going back and forth and all of my friends. And i were looking at this ride and we're all thinking the same thing. Why are we here in the alligator farm looking at dead reptiles and we could be on that ride right now. We're on the outside looking in. And that's how it was going to be for moses. He was not going to lead the israelites into the promise. Land let me explain why god holds leaders to a high standard. This is why the bible says be not many teachers knowing that we shall receive the greater judgment. I take what i do very seriously. I spent hours prepping and studying. And i wanna give you messages. That are theologically correct but also relevant to what you're facing and light and i figured that my job is not to give you social commentary or political monologues. You can get that watching the news. I feel the my job. And i feel this true for any pastor or teacher of the bible is to give you god's word because i want to reach every person i want everyone. I speak to to come to know god if they don't know him yet. I wanna speak to people. Have every political background if you're a conservative if you're independent if you're a liberal. I want to tell you what the bible says. i want to reach people of every race. I want to reach people of every age. My purpose is to call people to christ and get them grounded in the scripture and by the way that's called the great commission. What is the great commission. It's to go into all the world and preach the gospel and make disciples of all nations teaching them all things that christ is taught us baptizing them in the name of the father son and holy spirit so my job if you will might calling as a pastor and evangelist is to proclaim the gospel to you tell you how to come into a relationship with jesus and then help you get grounded in the word but the lord wants me to do what he calls me to do. And so moses was not doing with the lord had called him to do. Pastor greg laurie. We'll have the second half of his message in just a moment. Everybody greg laurie here inviting you to join me every weekend for what we call harvest at home. It's a church service. It's a worship service. It's a bible study and it's wherever you want it to be in your home in your car sitting on a beach walking on the street watching it on your phone wherever you are. You could take it with you and be ministered to every weekend. Join us for harvest at home at harvest dot org pastor. Greg is offering some practical insights today from an event in the life of moses by way of his series water fire stone. Let's continue you know. You can't selectively and choose the things in the bible you want to follow. Jesus said you are my friends. If you do whatsoever i command. You know we might say well. I like this part of the bible and this other part of the bible but this one part of scripture. I don't know if i agree with that. No jesus said if you do whatsoever. I commend you. He didn't say whatsoever. You find easy or whatsoever. You personally agree with them. By the way. Who are you to offer an opinion on the bible. This is absolute truth. Well i'm not so sure. I believe that. Like who cares what you think i have. Someone ask me years ago greg. Do you do when you come to a passage in the bible you don't agree with a my response was well. Then change your opinion because you're wrong. The bible is right and we need to align our thoughts with what the scripture teaches and so moses obeyed the lord in some areas but not in others. Here's another reason why god told moses to speak to the rock and not to strike it in scripture. The rock is a picture of god himself. Scripture refers to him as our rock in our salvation. Second samuel twenty. Three thirty two says who is god. Except the lord but our god who was a solid rock. Jesus said to peter upon this rock. I will build my church and that was right after. Peter said you're the christ the son of the living god so god is a rock. Jesus is our rock in fact in verse. Corinthians it's as they all drank the same spiritual drink and they drink of that spirit to rock that followed them and the rock was christ so in the old testament this idea of a rock. It's a picture of god. So when moses struck the rock twice he was doing something that should not be done. Listen jesus has already been struck once. He's already been crucified for you. You don't have to go back and strike him again. Let me put it another way. You don't have to get born again again. And again and again and again and jesus already died for your sins and rose from the dead. And if you've asked him to come into your life he's forgiving. You haven't done that yet. I'll tell you how in a few moments so now you need to accept that forgiveness and that was the problem. Moses was violating very important symbol. Point number three bad decisions bring bad consequences bad decisions bring bad consequences. Because of what he did he was not able now to enter the promised. Land have you ever said or done something you regret it in fact right after you said that you thought why did they just say. That should've never said that or after you did that thing you thought. Oh if only i could relive that moment. What would eve had given for another chance before the tree in the garden of eden. What would david have given for another chance to relive that night. When he laid lustful is i'm bass sheba. Yeah unfortunately we can't go back and change the past. But i have one more point. God gives second chances. Because i'm talking to somebody right now. Who is messed up. Somebody who has crossed the line someone who has done something they're ashamed of. But here's the good news. God give second chances. He would happen here with. Moses is not the whole story and your whole story is not done yet either. Moses story is recorded in hebrews eleven. He was eleven is the heroes hall of faith. Great men and women that trusted god and the thing they all had in common was. They put their faith into action. And as you read the account of moses and for that matter all of the people in hebrews eleven no record is made of their mistakes. All we have is a record of their faith in action. He was eleven. Twenty seven says by faith. Moses left egypt not fearing the king's anger he persevered because he saw him who is invisible by faith he kept the passover and application of blood so the destroyer the firstborn would not touch the firstborn of israel. Wait a second. That's not the whole story opposes. Where's this story of win. Moses killed the egyptian. Where's the story of win. Moses lost his temper and broke the commandments of god whereas the story of a moses tweets. It's not there. And the reason it's not there is given their in hebrews eleven. It's because he applied the blood. Remember the passover. Lord said to the israelites. I want you to take the blood of a lamb that you've slain and i want you to apply that blood over the doorpost of your house on the left on the right and on the top and if you think about it makes perfect cross and when i see the blood the lord says a passover so they applied the blood and because the blood was applied the judgment of god did not come on their first sport. So moses supplied the blood and he was under the blood. I don't even know what you're talking about with all this bloody stuff see jesus died for your sin and once you've come to forgive you of your sin. You need to accept the fact that you are forgiven. You don't have to keep going back and reliving your pass over and over again or try to offer some kind of penance for your sin. He offered everything for your sent. He paid for your sin. He died for your sin. And if you've asked him to come into your life east forgiven you and if you've messed up he'll forgive you and give you a second chance i on one nine. Says we will confess arsenis people in just to give us our sin and cleanses from all on righteousness. Listen to this. Moses did make it into the promise land ultimately. You might say no greg actually. You're wrong the record here says that he was on the outside looking at he did not lead the israelites into the promise that i know. That's what that record says. But there's another record and the new testament remember when jesus was transfigured. The bible says peter. James and john were there and the lord just shine like the sun and there were two other people with them. Do you remember who they were. It was elijah and moses. They were in the promised land in effect so did ultimately make it in to the promise. Land i know. He stumbled and fell. I know he messed up but that was not the end of the story. And it's not the end of your story either. Ultimately moses finished his race. well. I love the description. The bible gibbs of moses. He's called moses. The man of god what greater thing could be said about you. You're the man of god. You're the woman of god if we were to go an interview your family members and ask them. This question is your dad. A man of god is your sister. A woman of god. What would they say. Moses was a man of integrity. Are you david is described as a man. After god's own heart you go wait. Wait moses bird. Some dude and david committed adultery and also in effect murdered. How can you say david's a man. After god's own heart. And how can you say. Moses is a man of god the same way that i can say i'm a man of god or you're a man or woman of god because we've applied the blood in our life and we've been forgiven by. Jesus christ listen. God is not done with you. Jesus is a rock. That was broken for you. He died in that cross for your sin and he will forgive you. I know you have this idea of god is out to get you. You say ghana's mad at me correction got us mad about you. God loves you. No matter what you've done he'll forgive you right now. So let me close with this. Are you sure right now that if you were to die you would go to heaven if not would you like to be sure. Would you like jesus christ who walked this earth. Two thousand years ago and he lived our life and he died are death and then he rose again. Would you like jesus to come and live inside of your heart is your savior. And lord listen. Jesus says behold. I stand at the door and i knock in. If you'll hear my voice and open the door. I will come in and this can happen for you right here right now. Your story is not over. You can come into our relationship with god you say greg. You have no idea what i've done. No i don't. But i do know what he's done for you. What christ has done. He's paid the price for your sin. Now it's time to apply the blood go. I don't know what that means. It means that you come to god and say lord. I'm a center. I'm sorry for my said. But i believe jesus died on the cross in my place and now i want him to come and live inside of me any will in a moment. I'm gonna prayer prayer. That i would like you to pray with me and if you want jesus to come into your life if you want him to forgive you of your sin if you want to know that you will go to heaven when you die or if you need to make a recommitment christ just pray this prayer in fact you could say it out loud if you like but just pray it with me. Pray these words lord. Jesus i know that. I miss center but i know that you're the savior who died on the cross for my sin and rose again from the dead. I turn from that sin now. I apply the blood. And i receive your forgiveness. Thank you for hearing this prayer answering this prayer in. Jesus name i pray. Amen pastor greg laurie with an important prayer with those making a change in their relationship with the lord today. If you've just prayed with pastor greg and made a decision for christ we'd like to offer a resource to help. Answer your questions about this decision. We call it our new believers growth packet. And we'll send you free of charge upon request. Just write us at a new beginning fox. Four thousand riverside california nine to five one four or call one eight hundred eight to one thirty three hundred. We're here to take your call anytime. Twenty four seven at one eight hundred eighty two one three threes or go online to harvest dot org. If any interruptions came up during today's study you can hear what you missed by listening again. Online at harvest dot org. The title of today's study is on the outside looking in. You can also request a cd copy by calling us at one. Eight hundred eight to one thirty three hundred. That's one eight hundred. Eighty two one three three zero zero. You don't faster greg. Every year around thanksgiving you point out how important it is to have an attitude of thankfulness and we're thankful both to god and to our listeners. For their partnership and making these studies available. That's right everydollar. It takes to bring these studies. Each day is a dollar donated by someone. 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844 - Knott's Berry Farm with Ray

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844 - Knott's Berry Farm with Ray

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Let me know about it and I can try to thank you here on the sleepy supporter stone because your support itself and all these as people get to sleep up here in a little bit And that's the end of the sleepy supporters own Amish regard I know you have a new podcast and you and water other people help out in the show. Who are they post to post or some sounds? Carl W Scotty Jennifer Bumba website street bar. Megan Park Care saw skull. As it happens day can find ended just search. You see the kind shine straight on through centers form their own facebook kids kids Stacey Sarah Julian Jennifer Your Nodar rain sporting scooter. Burt Jensen born. SPAWNS can find anything along with me the gun and we're so proud to because the be part of nine fail presents on with the show. Thanks Mr Barbour. I'm dear scooter on twitter and instagram. That's Rica five me and let's get on with the show here you up all night tossing turning mind racing trouble getting to sleep dribble staying asleep. Low welcome this is sleep with me. PODCASTS puts you just sleep. We do with a bedtime sometimes story you need to do. Get embed turn out the lights and breasts play him to do the rest of what I'm going to attempt to do is create. Create a safe place where you could set aside whatever's keeping you awake whether it's at thoughts feelings you've physical physical feelings. ORF sensations emotions travel schedule changes anticipates anticipatory miss people that mispronounced announced of Anticipation of somebody mispronouncing it. Uh whatever's keeping awake at Lake to take your mind off that what am I do a Safely set aside here with you. Just don't I said safe place set aside. Maybe think of a seesaw. Uh which I don't know if a seesaw has ever come up and that's actually something that might be dated reference for some you. So maybe we'll talk about this because you know the things they talk about two intro together sound good see-saw sounds pretty good and maybe have me be able to make a metaphor for about with the podcast is but what I'm really going to do. is to have a nice safe place here. That's what I was saying before my brain see-saw away Ian Ian now trying to say we'll skip focus on the new listeners to your brain so I have a nice safe place here plenty of room. You could check it out from the outside outside and decide if you WANNA come in. If you WANNA stay out there you know I got awnings again gets to we could pull some chairs Out here or lounge and then what I'm GonNa do once you get settled or as you get settled semi voice across the deep dark night. Menus lulling soothing. Creaky dulcet tones. Oh so creaky. 'cause you might say scoots what about. What about Marmite Marmite Man That's what the current word is an. Oh that's a concern some places in the world today when I'm recording this now in your here name and I'd say don't were you know I'm here to keep you keep you talk you in a tight or right if you're concerned about your I stock. Marmite your brand will be fine it. You might just transfer ownership. It's not a big deal it's important it's not as they say it's not important to you or to. You might say well what tomorrow might say. Well we'll have to. We've talked about it in other episodes it's spread it's delicious savory anyway this because they would say well. I don't know if that's a good metaphor for the bad caz semi Ip. It is because it's a big gooey. It's you see. It's an accord taste So yeah where was Oh so many semi voice across Dietrich along soothing. Creaky dulcet tones. Pointless meanders superfluous tangents in. Here's the thing if you're new really here to keep you company as you fall asleep sleep to take your mind off of stuff as you drift off So if your new a couple of other things to no one spot guest is pretty nonsensical a little bit goofy in. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense so kind of consume it with an in his heart. When you say what is this marmite stuff you WanNa give me? which wants you try it? It's something we love or it's a big part of our in. We want you to okay. Well try it with an open mind. Not like if he gets to to somebody's house and they said well we only eat Mar.. Might in this home you say do would you like for breakfast is our guest. Well what do you who we have and I have a having in a lake this well. No we only marmite ear that you would have a different Probably Outlook You still try to be a good guest and consume it may create some internal feelings about the marmite instead of being like. Hey why don't you sit down and try some of this Plenty plenty of other options though to see how it goes in you could even say well let me know what flavor notes she taste or what is the smell. What is some mouths feel? How is it on the toast? How'd you blake? You're toast That's only partially. How do you want me to do do? Do you want to send spread You know a six spread so kind to consume it like that liquor eating something that you're open to on toast awesome. What does this here? Is this a creaky Dole. Sit in it say. Oh yeah that is it's creepy dulcet. Steeped in pointless meanders always with the little current little black currant in there too. Oh boy said it is. It's like It yeah it has a little a bit. Oh Mommy and I will that Samara might actually. That does then. NASDAQ NATTA pointless meanders. That's this does a dusted it with pointless. Meanders hinders so kind of consume it with a like a loose open mind you know like not open mind like well let me see if I liked us you say well what is awesome even neck like me and then you could say well. What if we had? VEGEMITE marmite tasting. And you to scoot. Did you like saying those words. Almost as much as Cisse If I can find way you see oh yeah well we're GONNA do it. We're not we're not gonNA taste anything on the sea so were spread anything and the see saw. Know what we're GONNA do is we're going to have a secret tasting where you can't see the results so everyone is going going to taste Everyone's GonNa get to secret jars in. They'll be marked in a way that only I will know maybe net a You will have a D- on the bottom in one will have is Q.. On the bottom we'll say and you taste from each jar on your toast and then you drop it on. One side of the see-saw or the other seesaw was like. Is this thing. Kids used to play at an which definitely someone that didn't have kids invented it or they said. Look an aunt or an uncle who had kids over one day. They weren't there and they didn't really in the kids have ah antion key. What are we gonNA do today at your house since be quiet said an option? Oh we want to do something fun though. That sounds boring okay. Well why don't you go outside. Okay what are we going to do after do you have anything to do. It's outside it's like it's great out there okay. Okay and then they come back what we're bored what we do have to do out there. You see okay if if I close the door where you keep coming in and Oh yeah. That's what we do. Kids were were repair. You know. We're we're we're looking. I am Direction yet or something you know something that adults do okay. I'll tell you what I get bored out there in just cut some wood so bounce a piece of board on the wood and then each you could sit on each side and you try to balance Okay okay it sounds great. You'RE GONNA come with us. We gotta do the the Board of him and I nailed aboard into the HVAC. Oh Wow this is so much fun. That's how that's like a hasn't it hasn't been an APP that hasn't been factual is yet but that's from my book. A history of seesaw for it all started hard to Pesky kids. And you know that's like we've gingerbread press is whatever my non fiction nonfiction imprints GONNA be. But so we'll have that I'm art. We'll have one side you push the thing in in a way for the MARMITE and one sad for the vegemite h and then we'll see which one comes out ahead wo say talking about disappeared. Kitchen really need to listen to. If you're new glad you're still here. Sure we lost some people to hear but that's maybe fell asleep. That's a good thing so I'm here to take your mind off so keep you company. Structurally actually what to expect. If your new show starts off with business this cool way keep it free for everybody instead of behind. A paywall urgency engaged listener's support for this show or the sponsors. Then there's the intro which we're almost through now. It is explaining the structure of a little bit late. The interest kind of like your wind down if you so choose to use there are listeners. Such as skip ad to fifteen or twenty minutes. And then listen so you could to figure out your preference but it's just me helping lead you into bed time slowly instead of saying. Hey you know you you should be asleep by now. No I'm here to walk at your side as you drift off Ian. Also kind of over explained the podcasts and not can ever get to the point does. That's that's my job and supposed to make you think like Is that really Ha. You pry Google maybe said no this now how see-saws invented landed. It was the sauber other. Says it's okay. Well that's an alternate you know that's some that is it's a regional. Final thing. Down here was called Ba. Quiet kitchen bounce on the log thing would would thing with WHO's became known as a see see saw. This was just maybe like other things to just go spontaneously invented in multiple places at the same time because it is just like a piece of board and his something you know the scales had already been around for a while I'm presuming. It'll be pretty interesting if it happened the other way like somewhere long long ago they invented the the the Nanako said well. What are we going to do to keep these kids entertained to their parents? Get back and get him out of her hair. Date night I wish ever invented this thing would so and then they I sit. They made the seesaw and then the kids were bouncing added or whatever having fun then like maybe they lived by road in some mother. Farmer came by with a bunch of bushels something and said you know I'm so tired of The Bushels never account for the density the cord I have the densest corn in the Would over the quad state region. At what are the kids doing Those are my brother's kids. Oh really look sector Do those two way about the same. I don't know why do you ask well. I just wonder if we could get rid of the soul idea of just selling bushels of corn because my corns denser therefore it's heavier has more mass in more more flavor. I feel like it should be compensated by weight and not by volume. Okay tell me more would for us. That that is a SCA- this way my corn instead of just Bush schelling it. What with my would player? Is that what you're calling because that's the worst name ever the kids. Keep saying see-saw see-saw on air. I recall the scale okay. Great so that was how the scale was invented after this do not that. Long after the see-saw okay. So I tend to go off topic because that's one thing. Structurally okay. So the Intros were I go off topic I I tried to explain what the podcast is. Then there's a story tonight it'll be a visit For my good friend Ray recap and some trips we took eh eh eh. A while ago but so we'll have that then we'll have zank using good night's There's business between the intro in the story. So that's the structure show. It's a podcast you really don't need to listen to. It's more here to help you as you fall asleep and keep you company we gotta pay too much attention because she say who scoots talking about last night he haw No Oh I think me me me me Ma. Maybe I don't know maybe he was just making lake. One of those sounds Maybe Tree Pau was that that was Ed treebeard child Tree Pau. I think you're right. That's who he was talking about Tree Pau Hughes trying to write it is To actually the dog was treebeard dog but it was a tree or a Bush or something. Yeah maybe so. Hopefully that's your conver Knbr conversation tomorrow but there's also pressure to fall asleep. I'M GONNA be here for about an hour so if can't sleep I'm here to the very end in. Here's the thing I make this show because I believe if you deserve a good night's sleep I wanNA help I've been here in the deep dark knight ASSOC- how goes most listener. Say took two or three tries before got you so the show in realize need to listen. It didn't make a whole lot of sense but it Kinda does within it doesn't in enjoy it but it doesn't you know uh I can't make any sense of ahead Just like my love of Marmite vegemite and see saws Said you know someone never never not yet till tomorrow hopefully So I'm glad you're here. It worked very hard a urine. Strive because they really want to help you fall asleep. I appreciate you coming by. And here's a couple of as we keep this show free for everybody thanks he. I don't know if you've been looking at your goals. 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Oh free get quipped dot com slash sleep that's G. E. T. Q. U. IP DOT COM. Slash sleep right. Mr Bard can't quite get and that's the good habits company. Thanks Buddy This is a series of sal episode. Right Oh you probably knew by the title of the show where he turned the show over my neighbor Ray who he. He's you know my neighbor. My friend my travelling companion. Seen Him if seen him referred to online is an internal cheerleader. He really is the most well. Just a person I've ever met to a kind of wish ray was voice may head twenty four seven or I just lived in raise it. Because he's just a really great guy you know. He's scantily Ed belief in abundance in gratitude empathy compassion. He's got all those things self-care he cares about. He is so much self-care he cares. Here's for other people It's like one of those. Great Paradox is He Ray and I we like to go to theme parks together and Array likes to do these seamark recap episodes in this is a collection. This'll be a series of three episodes. This is the second episode. Yeah Yeah but our first part of the trip where I was working in array was going to seem barks. Can't work going to embarks part time So yeah I guess without further do. I'm it just turned over to my neighbor. Ray Perkins most maybe the most one of the more well adjusted people people in the world but it would definitely most well just a person I know Lover Azeem Parks a lover of life in kindness Ray Perkins Hello. Hello hello hello everybody so good to be back in you. Ease a scooter. Thanks pod boy thank you for having me on and yes we're here. I'm here talking now for you. It's been a little while for me. This is one of the few times like back in the studio right away. I mean within a week period. I think last time it was here in the studio was I don't know a few day of like about five five days ago. I guess Shafran Ray was in here in die recorded this show and So that was a third day. Third Besim Besim part of the trip. Now this is going to be our first evening and day and we're doing amount of woulda just because it's a way waste if I We saw what. Oh well I do the one. That was the freshest Right after we got back from the trip into then it's been a few days you know. Scooter has to record as the show is Believe in the world does not revolve around Ray But I already knew that but you know sometimes it does feel like I wish it did and then I'd say well that'd be pretty exhausting atlas luxury tired when I see atlas and this one will be a treat. There's even a treat in the name of the title of the POC and if you don't live in California you may have never heard of this place if you do. You probably have or if you big theme park fan any probably have or if you like scooter. The theme park was a secondary thing for him in there was much more important important part of his journey. Because he's a big fan of one thing. Well extra two things I actually But so if you not from California you let me know if you heard this place. You don't have to nothing wrong with it but we went to Knott's berry farm which you CEOS at a farm. Well no it's a it's a theme park But what I thought I'd do is a read the some of the things from wikipedia. Because I don't really know the history even your friend friend Ray. So let's Kia rid the so. knotsberry farm is fifty seven acres In Buena Park California currently owned by Cedar Fair which owns the Cedar Park in Ohio. Oh wow in two thousand seventeen. It was the tenth most visited theme park in North America. Erica in its most visited theme park in the seat affair chain ray would not have believed that but it has six million people a year. Wow that is quite busy. I mean it was busy when we were there but not overly busy forty rides Employs ten thousand isn't people according to Wikipedia in. Let's see Oh. This is a theme park where most box amusement Musa impacts. Ray is never thought about things in those terms. is the origins of theme parks. Go back to the nineteen twenty. Oh this one of this theme Doc Watson Nat and his family was selling berry products route thirty nine in California by nineteen forty eight Chevrolet the shops and other attractions. They had built on the property because they had visitors including a replica. Casper town a town where people formally lift but in which goes by other names but screwed has taught me a big farm in the sky town. The Banat Lake to one school to did. The site continued. Its transformation to a modern amusement park over the next two decades in amuse amuse admission charge was added added in nineteen sixty eight. The theme park was sold to see defense. Nineteen Ninety S in the food business was sold to the SMUCKER company company. Okay so it sits on whether thing was now he is the big one which will talk about briefly in nineteen thirty four knots. What's began selling fried chicken? Dinners in a tea room and property lake old Miss Mrs Nats Chicken Dinner Restaurant. He he ended. The Dennis soon became major draw so they built other shops and attractions to entertain visitors. While waiting for a c two then they did the big a big farm into town and that became the beginnings of a present day theme park In in the nineteen fifties Walter night it became an amusement park of some along county fair. Originally it was twenty five cents to get into the park Some of the rides rides from the sixties is still there and Let's see what other things here there. is it hasn't always had a great history the spark Let's see Sky Tau. We'll see we'll talk about the ride. See Let's see one In the nineties they had Only nineteen eighty C had metric competition in southern California pox. Having a new land. Oh they had dyn O to lodge attractions. I don't know if these here. Ah the Kingdom of the dinosaurs in the rapids ride which is still there. We did not go on the ride. I'll tell you And then Oh yes. This is disappointing. There's one that I wanted to go on That was that open. That was from a world's fair. Yeah I'll tell you about it here because I don't know if I'll be able to read about mystery lodge was opened in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. It was had Special Effects. It was rumored to be part. was supposed to be a Disney in Disneyworld scandal. -FORNIA CA Disney's Canada pavilion and Apricot. It recreates US quite some a night in Alert Bay in then guests move in and I don't know I didn't get to go wanted to just sound. Some mysterious mystery lodge will always be a mystery to me in the nineteen nineties. They acquired a Oh they also have Boina Park Hotel. which now is that SPE reform hotel? Oh no this one was brought up to ranch since standards and then became Radison Ohio resort hotel was renamed Knott's Berry Farm Resort Hotel in dance. Where we we did Sleep Philippe but Let's see what else we have they were Addition of Oh this ride. I didn't see this right. He Post close to that. It was a water ride ended in the log ride. That was another right. We did not. You're so ray will be going back. Act Tonight's Berry Farm. I'll tell you that much to go in the mystery log lodge in the Timber Mountain log ride. That had very long line fine. Let's see so time line. I think that was the main thing I just wanted to look up the history you know. They have annual events to have one. That's very famous You know for for the trick or treating season in this a lot here in Wikipedia so some sure skurdal were will link to this article Let me tell you a little bit about WHOA how wives? This is the first episode you listening to even though this this is a series. It's not a big deal. You could listen to this when it's fine racist racist. Glad to be here in the as always say but so so scooter Had to go down to Los Angeles area to work In in his daughter was on summer break so he said Oh boy in the plan. You know scooter said well looks like well Dr Ray. What do you going along in a look? He said I saw on Costco. That The hand this past only at Costco believe in that Maybe abusive five scooter. It knows before they pass In you could use to pass for most Los Angeles area attractions and not all in kind of unlimited way. Also you could go to some theme parks for day or amusement parks. I guess and again I think this was two hundred and twenty five dollars Alice with taxes. So when you look at how we use it we was very a what is it called cost effective. Also it took me made an adventure because we said okay. We'll now we have to pass. Is We might as well just go instead of saying well. How much does it cost to go talk? Well is an well you know. I don't know made it more fun in so I don't know how many of you How many of you are familiar with California? So I was just give you a little brief thing so we live in the bay area which is In would would they call northern California essentially. It's kind of in central coastal California. But they call it northern California and Los Angeles List would be considered southern California though. You Have San Diego south of Los Angeles and Knott's Berry farm is in a place called Orange County which is like about in. That's what Disneyland also is. We did not go anywhere near Disneyland. which was a little tough out and ray but I said I I'll remain remain distracted by this nuts bay reform and so we Still you dry if you drive the AC believe all told it's about three hundred sixty miles driving so pretty long drive and then you do have traffic and you to stop so. We laughed at eight in the morning joining in a believe we took one or two breaks nothing too long. Maybe we only took one break. Now that I'm thinking about it and maybe two and then a you know a little five minute break For a restroom break lunch break in a restroom break break But we usually plan on. If you're going all Angeles six six hours maybe seven hours and if you're going at once county it takes seven eight hours in So so plan on the whole day in Louis C.. So we left eight thirty nine thirty ten thirty eleven thirty twelve thirty one thirty two thirty three thirty four thirty with eight hours about a with stops in traffic So we so we got down down there in new scooter had made the arrangements. Now Scoot ahead arranged the whole trip because he was working and so he can ahead of it was just primary mission for the trip in actually scooters been come very adaptable even with the plane because he said originally planned a little bog and spat is that was in that area area near Knott's Berry farm because he said he ran the numbers and with parking and all those things it was it was a good deal. Even though knotsberry farm has their own hotel which will get to a new Sousa chain with a name brand name chain not a high handed. You know nothing fancy and then scored a sit. Well he's SA- said. Let me just check the ratings. I don't know he said I don't know what possessed me to dude. I thought we were all set in the looked on the ratings for where we are supposed to stay in. Usually school won't take those too seriously because he gets his own ratings every every day and a daily basis from people who are the podcast So he kind of has his own filter but he said ray these ratings and Nag. Good like usually you'll have one or two do what he goes this consistent issues at two so tell a motel So we'RE GONNA have to change it up. And he said well he checked prices again in with parking. We stayed at the Nats Berry Farm Hotel and now a couple of things. You need to know one. It's not a themed hotel So don't go the expecting like Disney type seaming thing but it's very conveniently located to make sure when you making a reservation. Scudo told me this. Get to find out if you're paying for parking and hats Because if you WANNA and make sure you understand that in it's in the contract or not because Scooter said it was a little bit of fun to see but he knew what he was doing. Because when you park the hotel you could walk to the park to seem pock So we got in there. A little bit of around dinnertime in. We had made a reservation to eat at Mrs Nats Chicken Dinner Restaurant And eventually we went over there and it's a very busy place that he think. If you didn't have a reservation it was like an hour to an hour and a half waiting now inside the restaurant I think they probably will balancing out to staffing. They had because the restaurant restaurant was now packed but the waiting for it was in. This is something you know. Screwed is a big fried chicken fan. I may be his favorite food. Oh you know pizza being up there so this is something. He's wanted to do for a very long time and so he was very excited. Did now there is a protein that will tell you late. If you can't eat at the restaurant don't worry but it's probably worth two for the experience and it's kind of Capri fixed menu a little bit too so you the other things other than fried chicken that you can eat the but the primary thing is Super Fried Chicken dinner. Which is why we were going? There ended to be honest. You know screwed was paying so I don't even know the pricing but I think it was like a reasonably reasonably priced You know not super cheap and not unreasonably priced and what you get is So let's just say get the the chicken dinner which I think comes with like four pieces of chicken. I believe Sirri before you get to that. You know you sit down you order you drink drink. Drink comes with the dinner and but you know most of us would drinking soda In Oh they do have a voice in Barry Point Chef for the kids because Knott's berry farms famous words boys and Berries Episode Zanu. Or so then you get you get these biscuits which delicious then you get a chicken soup which makes sense because they served so much chicken you know make some maximize. They said the chicken but it was a creamy chicken. Super very good but again is see. Well then you get a salad too. Uh so like maybe you know I mean. I guess they're going full bore but I'd say I don't know if the soups in assess city you you know maybe make it a super sale you know raise OFA maximizing you know the guests experience but who said it was a little bit much. It left some pressure on us. Then you also get another side. I think other to- yeah you get a vegetable like corn or. I don't know what the other vegetable was. Maybe like a cabbage. Shed type of law is then you get your chicken. I also think you get mashed potatoes status in gravy. Even if you with your food you do school to says in. Scooter said the fried chicken was like A. Ah Excellent like a nine out of ten you know ten out of ten being unachievable. Almost you know his only issue was because it was a traditional restaurant they didn't have vigny like a Louisiana style. Hot Sauce ended. Scooter likes to Kinda FLAVA. His fried chicken but you know he. He was fine to have purified experience. And then you get your dessert which is a famous? You can have apple pie boys and Berry Pie boys and Bayrischer Arusha bits or a of vanilla ice cream may be one of the option that raise not thinking of Screwed ahead boys and Barry Piol mode which was very good He said the pie was a warm enough. For the Alamo and experience but he's not that that was his first boys and Berry Pie and on the Pie. I guess it will return to. The Pie wasn't a chicken scooter. Said was nearly transcendence and the Pie. He said was good but You know you're in a area where you tough competition with like. Marie calendar's since things like that. It's avid so we had dinner. It was good it was very good. There was a leftovers You know because not everybody was able to eat all all the chicken again. Ray does not remember you could have you know you have some selection. And you're like a drumstick thing you they think they have a couple options Sion's school he's in the practice of. He wants like a half chicken because he likes to have the size of breasts The wing into the drumstick for full fried chicken experience and a belief. That's what he got. School also experiences first Nashville Fried Chicken We had pod x and he said that it was a wonderful experience and he got to have it with some lovely lovely people but so so okay so that's So that was dinner now. He is where La couple more things than I sing about. Old School converted hotels which was with at this Knots Berry farm was is that they still have a sauna and a steam room so we actually the sauna was not heated. Up as a steam room was sa- phenomenal holy cow. You friend Ray Scooter. His daughter. We had a steam. You wouldn't believe you know a bathing suit. We assu bathing suit wearing. Because it's a what do you call that a by the lake. Everybody's welcome thing. So but it was such assists. Oh boy would esteem so that was nice. You know after we had eaten the feast and took a walk and we only had a one day pass so it was a little bit distracting. You know hearing the park noises and stuff In new not being able to go to pock but then we know we. We called it an evening and relaxed read books and in those such things in inscrutable. He you know he has dyslexia. So sometimes they can cause issues. SOLIC- had a lot of work to do so he was also distracted with Vance so in the morning I planning was a little bit off because scoot ahead Pie. Boys and Barry Repack for breakfast In his coffee and he was working he had got up and started working in but he was under the impression. The park opened at ten ten thirty. That was six flags. Escude ahead of transpose. To those times so we were a little late getting off to the park but it really didn't make that much of a difference difference. Now your friend Ray says always be at the park when it opens right. Yeah it'd be the half hour before it opens you know but these ones that you know it was more of in in new experience And I didn't want to take over. Also the park opens to pass holders early. I don't know how that works is so now thinking about it will probably would have been better to get to around nine thirty to the gates of the park but we did not get there until the little bit after ten and then we had a little bit of issue figuring out or tickets then we got into the puck and you know the. The park is It's a theme park. It's it's It's highly seemed in some places in not a themed and others. I guess I would say it would not as quality themed end Let's see so race looking up. I'm just looking up a map and things and the Internet here. Okay for Andrey who wanted to get to highest quality really image. She could which I did find one holy moly. I did not have a map like this so we walked over the POC we got in the and we went to the left now to the left is like the most highly themed area of the park which is called cast. But it's called the big fom The Big Farm Town Casper Ville End. It is very greatly seemed in. They do have. I walk around at least in the summertime at this time. They have interactive carriages. Like so people working at this is like the big from old west at Old West town will call it end so highly seemed in highly immersive but we were kind of trying to to do all the highlights to the park so we didn't really get to spend a lot of time that other than walking through. It's also screwed ahead like a hard time. He said I I mean like a hot out he said okay. Go to leave exactly this time because I have calls for work and things and it was a good it was it. June gloom down. He so that was nice because it wasn't super sunny. So when you in the old West now now the first ride the in even the Internet it said this one has the most alliance ago on at first but we will see. This was a bit of a setback. Also again ray just like in other episodes episode is operating from Rolling Place. So you know. I needed a call from Carol to whack to set me correct. I was operating eating into Disney mode of like get to the park early. Go on as many rights as you can and then relax the rest of the day you know. Dan might work is some Disney parks and some universal pox. These boxes of differences. So you have to have a different plan against the plan would still be get there early. But don't get there early with the expectation you're going to go on the water rides in row when it first opens beret needed to be humbled oldest. So were you in again. Escort a little. Bit Of flack for this. Because we didn't get in at ten so we went to the I ride which was kind of the most famous ride and it's called Big Farm Rider. Big I'm Reid is called and Or big farmer ride it's Like Casper like also could be called Casper writer and it's a wooden roller coast. And so we got there in. The line was long end so we were. We were in line for about an hour. I would say again. That wasn't really aligned posted But this is so this one was like oh boy. We're losing time here waiting in line But was this worth to wait. Holy cow was this. The this was the second most one ride we went on this whole trip And it was just we fun like we were laughing swoop squealing Ling. I would've loved to go on this ride a few more times but it did have long line but holy cow was hit a good ride. It was just so much fun and it doesn't you know it's not too extreme the but oh it was just really fun An exciting into gave you the stomach thing in other parts of your body feel like it was just. It was a good ride and then we got off of the hat and we walked. We did walk through the scarce but town and then we went We pass the mystery lodge which again was closed during our trip we saw bigfoot foot rapids and that one was We said WELL WE DON'T WANNA get wet may be laid is then we went win. An ride called Pony Express and this is a roller coaster. Will you sit out. It's like a combination of a roller coaster and a carousel. You sit sit on a pony like a little lake. You might be laughing but I'm not kidding. You sit on a pony. It's you know a plastic pony a wouldn't pony and it just goes around and it's like A. It's a fun ride. I wouldn't say it's an extreme ride but it's you know I've never gone on a roller coaster. What I'm sitting on a pony before in also gives you an unique of you and it went off so so it was fun especially the start of it because you said I'm writing a pony. All boy also you know we were pretending we're delivering the mail at a very high rate of speed speed so that was fun and we went on that and that when the line was not long at all in now you friend Ray may have. We're going to have to look at my notes here. Okay my okay so the next ride was one of the collapse all boy. I wish brought a notebook for this ride is it was very much looking forward to this ride in so was I and we also had some mistaken impressions of it but this ride ride was called to Calico mine ride and you know I. I think we took a break. Because even though we didn't do any very much We still needed did a break after that. But so the next thing we did was we went Look I think the map. I'm looking at his out of date. which is is interesting? So I'll have to look new map here. But the next thing we went to was a Calico mine ride and this one is topnotch the seeming of the outside of the ride. It looks like it's a mountain later at night it gets lit up in a way. That's very exciting. And it's a family friendly ride. You all get in a little train. There's nothing I mean it. It is not one hundred percent family friendly because it's very much like pirates of the Caribbean but in a train and it seems it seemed around mining would say it's almost like a copy but it's a little bit different French in stranger which is nice and I don't think this is an actual like You know one to one what it's really like being around minus but holy holy these miners. Interestingly you go on the CALICO mine ride you say well. Maybe you should go to mining because it's it but so so you get in a little Choo Choo train and you're sitting on a bench in Sir. No Is Not like a coast at all. Also there's a lot of manufactured waterfalls and rivers while you're waiting in line which scoot of loved screwed loves manufactured rock work Also like you said the way they laid it up in night in different colors this interesting and then you go through the inside of the right. It's slow it has like one or two parts where he picking up speed in its avodados audio animatronic minus. But there's like this great room that you go through. I don't know what they call it. They might call it the great room and they can do a reveal one time you get a glance of it. It's this giant room like probably twenty two and twenty stories high. Like like the inside of the mine in everybody's working in there so you get a glance. One time he was at all for that huge room said even real. And then you can go to see mine is saying this in this a little bit like pirates. Where the goofing around the rides a little bit longer so then you go and you see the great great room a few more times than this a little bit of a story Arc And then you get to the to get out of the mine but really top quality ride when we got off of that we looked at going on the my a log ride but holy moly was sat along La. I mean the log ride ride line which is now and so I guess if we were doing it again we would do something different. So then we went on What's it called sky cab in which is very old ride? I think from the seventies and you just get into like a round thing and you go when you have a great view no no thrills except a going up and the person said that it has a wonderful view of the you'll Disney fireworks if you go onto the night at the right time and that was very very relaxing. I mean holy. MOLY ray liked to that because we were just kinda chilled out and Yeah so we liked that ride. You got a good view. It was felled. Old School also screwed us. It reminds him of rollercoaster tycoon. Because you get to build that ride. Aladdin rollercoaster tycoon. Coon okay so just looking at a more my. I'm trying to find a more modern version of the map here. Okay it's your friend Ray. He he is a switch over the nats APP because say was Every other map I found it just didn't it didn't work for me okay. So we went in the sky ride now screwed us. A little one was ready to test out some thrills and this spot of the park. Oh they call this bottom park the boardwalk and you raise not here to like Criticize everything but I would say again. I said this and the other thing if you're going to save money and teaming don't bother teaming something when you're GonNa do a boardwalk seem don't do ooh boardwalk made of plastic with you signs that say boardwalk. BBQ would have An Oh we have. Some surfboard would see things You know either. Make the whole Bach like the Casper town or do a little bit. Spend a little bit more money on your seeming. I'm sorry rages founded Asia which wasn't happy with the theme and you just have it be amusement parks and in that a theme theme park. I don't know But so we went on their ride in the younger ones. Scoot scoot a daughter. She was ready to try out some thrill so we looked at going on and one of the very thrilling ones Accelerator but only had one car I think running because the way it works in we we we were like well. I guess we weren't in this mode of like well. Let's just give an hour like we still thought we'd be going on a lot rides or something and so we may be later then. We went on like a mouse. Like a what do you call those Lake The old school coast to twenty-eight what's cool coast rider and this must be a ride. They moved there something. Because other maps that has a different ride But just that was old school. Whatever they called it a little M- I little Friendy Pu Costa Little will be fun. nothing too extreme and net that bad of a wait now right across from there was another coaster that look like a do UC wipeout. It was called surfing themed and we said we said. Do you really want to go on this one. This looks like it's gotTa loop de loops and things and she said Oh boy. I'm ready. I'm ready to get you know. Go on one of these big big kid. Coast She's not a kid anymore so she said she didn't say that Race putting words in your mouth but so we went on that one wipe out now. The line was a really well. Run the workers. They were very friendly. I waited about forty minutes or so and that was a very fund ride Very very fun and so we went on that one. We like Let me see my notes the hang time. Oh that's late. I think calibrated so we went on the sky. Co that's coast rider hank time is that what it what I just said twenty seven and so we went on hang time off the hang time was very chill and Turquoise my notes say and so that was good ride we had fun and then we went out we got offer there and we walked by some things. And then we went on and Indoor ride which again was like one of these three D. ride soon cooled voyage to the Orient Reef and very very much like the superhero ride or like puzzle. eight-year toy story. You go on you get a little squirt gun and you put on your three D go ask assists one was under the sea. It was pretty fun. It had some actual effects but most of it was screen effects but It was done in the unique equal way and it was pretty cool ahead like a steam punk theme which gase getting see. It goes across Sebok's a little bit in all in all it was a fun ride. Then we went on the old school bump Ika. Because when you're with someone that's an ad sixteen you know they love to drive So we went on the bumper cars which was fun and we all adult laugh at that and also school was just so people know. School wasn't drinking taking soda at this point So you say well how. Many sodas did screwed well. He knew he was going to be on. TV later this week so he was not having any Soda Uh because he was trying to look his best he says soda doesn't help them look as best So we went to that one overhead. Good Good Beach Mood. Music was at after voyage. Au just the area had good beach. Move Move Music Then we walked over to to a part of the park after the bumper cars Called Fiesta village. I think checks the my the log ride line against very long. Oh on the way to the village soon as we went on Supreme Shout to school in. That's that's a tower right now fast. Elevator ride and scooter said who loved arrived. So did his daughter. Great View went up and down as a lot of laughing. They enjoyed that. Then we had lunch which we did have some Mexican food which you no? You don't WanNa theme park in Southern California you feel less strange you not in California and you're ordering that kind of food you're going to be. It's it's just we have a lake a lot better quality I guess is what I'm saying It seem park in southern California. Say well this might be a good bit but it was not it was only okay. The food we had is then we went on another coast. It was a little bit of a line called the Jaguar which was school because it was inside a temple so head a little bit of seeming. It was a fun. Little Coast Let's just see what we could find out about it Edano this now really anything about it. Here it's a minimum height. Forty eight inch is in all in all it was fun. It was fun it but it was in mind blowing. Anything is then we went on a ride called was next one called silver silver lots silver racer. Something which I guess was still in the same section of the park was f fourteen. Now that's a balloon race ray. Hey what about thirteen thirteen game and looking Ray. That's the Grand Sierra. Oh we do. I wish we would go on on the Railroad L. Road a CALICO railroad. Also they have a sage coach ride but anyway we went on another ride a rollercoaster called Blake Silva something and that one I don't know why can't find it but it was a scooted Anada like it. He said it was a a little too extreme for his tastes in. He's he said it gave you know gave him the dizzy. Something in policy was worried. We're Silva something but Everyone else who loves the ride I it was. It was a good ride. I thought we went on one more. Ride here maybe. We went on that one at nighttime I guess so next dome when we went on night time yes so then scored heavily for work after after their rights so screw to win worked and then we had another plan which was to go to the water park but it wasn't warm so this is a long kind of debate to take a break to go to the water park. Will School to worked ended ended up his scooter. Worked in then So we ended up taking a break and then we all went to the waterpark. And it took us forever to find out how to get in there. Because they have zone waterpark which is a separate entrance entrance but without tickets we could go on both he and this was mostly guided by the young woman? WHO said Yeah? Let's do this. Why wouldn't you and we will like well? It's not a ninety Andy degrees you know who how we GONNA go on. These rights will be cold and she said you will. You'll be fine. It'll be fun so she had to Kinda cheerily. Elite descended doing it and we were full of Dow to which now I'm a little bit embarrassed about But we went and changed and Went over there and it was only going to be open for a few more hours. So maybe an hour to and because it wasn't sunny and it was kind of like like seventy seventy seventy five degrees. There was no one there in et really worked in our favor because we were able to do every single ride more or less we went on a a family to bride where you all sit in a big tube together would ever raft We went on like those things where you sit on. You lie down and you all race each other down a sled race leads then. We went on a tubing ride ahead. mazing thing then we win these I guess they call him like it's a water slide but where you stand in something and then you just go out of it with a shoot in. Scooter started to talk about this idea of like The rides have so many contraptions in like how much avantage Lake You wondering like this camp is simply he says. Ray this is asleep advocates. Put so you those who have so fun though. Holy Moly really. I mean. I thought you couldn't do anything. New Seem box and said crushing Russia. But these were very fun and because there was no line we able to go on a bunch of times oh speed tube says what. Scooter called them. Not on a to be on you sliding on your bottom is then. We went on Those three more to brides two of which all three of them into You're on a tube in tube in your inner tube and those who are called cyclone to a Nado institute I phone and we went on all three of those so severe refined and then we went over chill so that was like Whoa then. There was the wave pool. Only a little one went in next. We're like we're GONNA swim. which she kinda disc- discuss about? Then we went onto the last section of the park which we went on a few more to brides in a few more fast slides and again Dan. This was only way to do it to be honest because if we would have to wait in line for any of these rides it would have been ray would have been a tough customer Then we Everyone we had to split up because everyone had changed But scooted not because he went from working it to the the scene PA to the Waterpark so he had to change clothes with him so the school went in God. This was an expert tip. If you if you don't have reservations for Mrs Nats Chicken Dinner. They do have a takeout. TAKEOUT does come with a meal. Doesn't come with all the pieces but it does come with potatoes biscuits in a vegetable along with two or three pieces of chicken a four in so while we were changing. Scooter had liquor launch dinner. The Anna here belief eight three or four pieces chicken and biscuits and all that and I said well. We'll see how that does was. was he a television and he said well Ray just makes me feel good is is delicious chicken and then that ended up being scoot Astana and then later we'll also eight there for dinner not scooter and then we also bought a pie so that we could have pie for dessert in and for breakfast the next day then we went back to the pox. Let's see what we rode at the park. let's see two other slides chick skin it teams side wind though so we just went on a few rides when we went back because it was pretty busy. It was getting late So we went on a ride team Sidewinder which was kind of role a spinning ride. which was it was fun? It was a fun ride. Then we went on Montezuma's MONTEZUMA's revenge they call it. I don't again redesigned name. These rights. Oh boy and that was a fun. Ride it. It was Th The lake It just goes forward and backwards. So it's like a loop de Costa loose both ways But he says like scooter said that was fun. Then we went on the silver ride again it because the little one she she enjoyed it so much and that was it and that was fun too. I mean so. And then we went back we Packed up the caw in the we drove all the way to la that not being Goenka. Scoot ahead to work the next day so ski school was a very much in work mode but he was also in you know give Ray in his daughter retention time. It don't know he's been getting better and better at this bill he gets positive what boundaries compartmentalization. It's only just say good job like you say okay. Well I'm GonNa go to the CAU- and work can take these calls. You guys have fun. I've done with my calls calls. I'm going to have fun now. Oh we got to leave so I can have a couple hours to do this before I go to bed so I have learning from him actually sometimes so this. If from your friend Ray hope you comfortable in the hope. You're enjoying this trip bag. Good night's her. I want to thank you for that reviewed. 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That's what it is you go in the words gather some boys and berries and blackberries and buck and make a stew in your cauldron yeah I did drink some elderberry syrup and I put some tea tree oil on my throat and under my eyes under your eyes like around like in this area like under the eye and around who told you well. I have apothecary kit that told me how to do it. Yes I am. You're you're a witch drinks water advocates in the baby which drying <hes> they give you a little essential oils and explain what each one's four one's for digestion ones for your immune system and then there's at one eighty and they're like just put for these things when you're feeling like this put it here they tell you what spots put them in and and I think it's helpful. Probably you're very rarely sick yeah. I'm sick all the time probably because I drink a symbol of water a day smoke cigarettes and and I spent on boys and berries what is it called elder Mary. He's saying voice and Kerry yeah. I don't know I've never the movie we ever had. What's up boys and Berry? Don't know Josh Josh what's up boys and draft choice. I'm Barry. It's only type of burial. Let's find out is it. Do people eat it. As a whole berry or is only mixed in things. Well looks like a silly raspberry. Oh there's a silly raspberry. Okay so boys and berries. These are unclear. Nobody knows where they're from well. Let's see oh so the grower has aim is Rudolf Boysan okay okay so he obtained the duberry and the Logan Berry John Lubin and then the late nineteen twenty s george m ill why is user so much information on the history boys very very that no one has ever heard of Whoa wait. Would it be his family's small restaurant and Pie business eventually grew into Knott's berry farm. Oh I know at Knott's Berry farm and I do this is insane. I went to a a pug competition at Knott's Berry Farm. I need you to leave. I don't really know you. I thought I you did but what the fuck is a pod competition you ever dumps their canisters and you giggled. How do you play with the puck competition? I never pogs it so you have these smaller pogs relate way and then you had a slammer a heavy one and he would throw it down and then honestly I can't remember what else happened. You try to get we gotta get your game is wait. I know you have like a big stack of the slammer and you have to slam stack upon Komo. You can flip over. Josh didn't have to look that up. He was so serious said if you did the motion of slamming his Jammer Dance Dan. Did you have a lot of pogs. I had a decent about some really good slammers. I had a head like a gray like a purple like medal super crowded yeah. They swept the nation for one year thirty seconds for hugs it. Why did they come coming? Go so quickly. I don't know Josh I thought the expert on the history of you know everything about box I do do you know where the impact pod comes from. Now nobody does it stands for Pineapple Orange Guava out because they used to be found in the lives needs of pineapple orange guava juice and people started collecting them and stack. Wait pogs were in juice <music> and their children other milk caps. I think they were in milk. I've been called bill caps two oh but then they started selling them as just actual actual things yes. That's so funny that you knew the origin of the word dog game play and they were like cards cards hurts. It was kind of like pre pokemon or was it post a hey remember it was before pokemon yeah so like gun catch him and then I guess Pokemon game and everyone's like Oh forget what doing smashing things get Outta here collect these cartoons it was just the original collectible and they had whatever cartoon was popular popular they would they would so pug verse. I like pokemon yeah. I loved Ash Ketchum from Pallet town. I don't know anything you know friends peak at you and he wears a backpack. I am aware of Pika Chew and are you going to go see detective Biju probably Ali why cannot wait. I am so excited to watch isn't it. We just have to get you talk. It is because the other pokemon they only repeat their names mm-hmm. Yeah and I'm devastated that nobody asked me to Gigli Puff G. G. PA that's my audition for detective big part too and or Gigli puff stand alone movie. We'll have to talk in and her standalone movie or they're similar movie. I don't agenda her just because you're paying and fluffy and cute and adorable but I'd like to be a female me and blinking eye cassie right on the spot look at her. I fucking loved. 'em Gigli fucking pup up yet. Julie is looking female. Thank you Internet and is Julie in this new movie. Yes that's her in detective Pika Chew and then the trailer L._S._U.. Just chilling in a bar who so we don't hear her voice yet. I think he'd do hear her. Say Gigli puff but it's just the repetition. She doesn't get any line but like who who makes pokemon movie. That's a bad sent to make me want to play yeah. I got too excited. I got way too excited who make pokemon movie. Find <hes> okay. I Know Ryan Reynolds Plays Pika Chew or Yungas Pika Chu Yeah. I don't know if he has any real say over like does it have who voices Gigli puff as the full cast Rita or is there Rita Ora interesting diplo no doing a voice of Jubilee December tip was just cool. Let's see it doesn't I don't think it has directed by Rob Letterman. Hey Rob Letterman if anyone knows rob letterman and he's going to be doing anymore boogeyman movies I wanna be Pika. Choose written by fifteen hundred people okay you can go back. Nicole Perlman. I believe is also a writer on that and I'm pretty sure she wrote guardians of the galaxy before okay. Am I wrong. Yes she was in. I believe her story is she was in the Marvel Writing Program and when you're in those programs they ask you to look at the content they have that they're not using and then she wrote the screenplay and then she is credited with James Gunn. Who I believe directed? I believe she's the first women to be credited with the marvel movie I think. Can you look that up. Sorry you're doing a lot of research. That's impressive. I feel like I read that somewhere and I was like ooh. I fucking making love that a lady had guardians of the galaxy ass like one of the most fun marvel movies by their most lucrative prices. I'm right yeah. She became the first there's woman to write a marvel movie cool. Hey Nicole Perlman or anybody who knows Nicole Perlman congratulations and maybe write a Gigli Po Chicken you we puff movie or if you're back in the vault in there's a fat marvel character right that up in all play it. Please don't ask rebel Wilson. She has enough yeah. I sent you that picture of that fat. He superhero like a toy autoshop. Remember this. I think we talked about it. Was She. Black or white Hubert me you know this is a boy yeah. That's it right there. WHO's Hubert Yeah? No I do not remember you said toy for this fat superhero and then I looked it up and there's a whole comic book associated with this thing really and and <hes> is that fury Herbie Herbie Pon Pon Iger who k- The fat fury okay and that I don't know what his powers were. We'll let SRI definitely talked about being fat the whole shit he's got magical lollipops and a bundle of fury aw he could fly talk to animals become invisible and travel through time as a lot actually really okay. I wonder what like ask Mr Incredible is considered who who's Big Bertha. We're on a website where he has fat comics. Oh my God big okay is there for the birth and what's even rarer than a fat male superhero of that female superhero big Bertha might be the only woman was superpowers and comic books and she's not even really overweight or alter ego. Ashley Crawford is it's actually what a hundred and twenty pound model but then her her superpower as part of the Great Lakes avengers issue swells up just a seven hundred and fifty pounds big Bertha can take off the weight by just never using her powers again how awful that's so funny. The bottle could be a super hero but honestly it described no powers in just said that she gets to seven hundred compounds which probably means height right. She gets higher and wider who knows I mean that crazy very funny. There is another fat superhero. Can you type in fat female superheroes. Someone like tag me in a post about this fat. Lady associates like pretty. That's also crazy that they're like if she just chose to be a superhero. She wouldn't be thin so it's like. She's powerless this faith. I don't know where faith is but like like someone was like. She's a legit superhero that people love Zaza but I don't know what universities in or if she's in her own. Oh it's coming soon. She's part of the valiant comics universe who the fuck away no idea on now well valiant comics does not sponsor this podcast <music> neither does D._C.. Or server WHO's playing her. I'm GONNA find out so this episode of best friends is just US googling. There's lots of my friends. Do we spend a lot of time google. Where's that was in development but this is already established comic valiant comics? It's at Sony Great. Maria Mona who wrote the movie escape room is writing the script faith Robert A geeky teen obsessed with comics construction and also as the powers of flight and Telekinesis Team Matteo. Lane has a comic book that he's putting online called <hes> prince cupcake about that little girl little girl. She's adorable. She's adorable. 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Only at hellofresh dot com slash best friends eight zero Promo The queens were taken is what kind of superhero you are you going to be do you. Maybe we should take a quiz hero. Are you quiz about superheroes. Okay thanks to buzzfeed quiz master stay. We Love Buzzfeed awesome not sponsoring this podcast. We'll someone sponsor have yeah. We'll have ads which club did did you WANNA lead in school A._V.. Club audiovisual website and the website drama club also could be a website for. I don't know what that is. It's like courses in the garden. That's right. It's four H is but I think like health heart and do you know what it is very hard. We home help in her house of course Hollywood hell-bent Holy Shit Way. Are you saying Oh you're the four you just think that it's for ages. It is for ages Stanford something head heart hands and health honestly. I was not number worth so it's a youth organization so their mission is to engage youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing in the field of youth with development seems like they explain nothing is administered by the U._S._D._A.. And I know his popular in like if you if you live in like farm towns and you want to get your hands getting started in like <music> a career sue okay so four inches for farming yeah helping farms ooh you better believe I could think of another age word after hoping helping hop farms <music> hoping hot Henry Farm Okay Helping Hot Henry Harvest. That's still three wait helping high harvest. Thank God thank goodness yeah your word for a second student council uh-huh debate and speech. I should see what there is no fashion club in my school now my High School Art Club Community Service Club. That's called Juvie a few key club in my high school. It's key club as a community service club. We might have had key club. I just remember Latchkey kids but that's not in high school. That's in elementary school where your parents had to work and then you had to stay in the gym with other ragamuffins. Did the school actually call those kids latchkey kids yeah because you wear a key around your neck but the school they're like you're in the latch key club latchkey program. Are you sure that's awful. Why is it it 'cause it's like the kids are like got left by their parents? Do they get left. Their parents have longer jobs than other parents but I don't think the schools like we need to watch our principal. It say Dan Lesnar principal whose brother was Nathan Lane a high school principal but truly my high school principal is Dan Lee and Nathan Wayne's brother looked and sounded like Nathan Lane so you come on the announcing things like okay catch pads. That's great. It was so wild he was a wild man like just think of nakedly as a principal and that's what I went it. It was fun to watch key kids. They ought to get in the gym or all purpose room. I think that's what they called it in elementary preschool. They didn't call them latchkey kids no they just said well. How did they signify the difference between children's children go to stay behind because their parents have their jobs are longer? I they did differentiate you either like how. How did you know if a child had the luxury of stay at home mom or a single? Mom worked very hard for them to have nice things. How would they know you? Just I was a mom working very hard for my child to have things I would want every other fucking kid in that school to know it. You put a key on your kids and I'd say you tell them you tell them why. I can't come get you because I'm working nine to nine okay and it's hard but guess what you have food on the table clothes on your back and you didn't go to public school because I'm not paying private school because it's a sham wow I was a latchkey kid. I was is my mom worked late and she was late all the time and nobody announced it for you know no. Why would they stay after school? I did actually all of these these clubs elementary school. We're talking about high school kid in high school yeah or I guess. I guess there's no latchkey kids in high school. You can just go home and truly go home anyway. You please stay out of here. Get out well. I guess the elementary school till for the rest of my life latchkey kids you still Alaskan Kim. I'm still waiting around to pick me up. It's been forever you wait for the rest of your life. She would never come get that you she was like I forgot forgot thirty years ago okay which future and business leaders of America which I've never heard of before that's a Um bunch of white kids in suits. Which one would you want to lead lead honestly pretty lazy not a leader back fat very much a follower so maybe like drama club? It's the only club I was in high school. I didn't know there was other clubs is into the yearbook. I didn't even know we have a student council or President Open the yearbook. It was like Whoa we were doing this. This made it so much he did lake. I think we didn't have as a fashion club but we had speech and debate. Relate people went to talk. Do you have like a competition. No no idea I did all the clubs I was. I was in my National Honor Society Key Club. That's what you get into honor society just by being smart right yeah but he dues do stuff but we do I remember I know we had meetings all the time to be like we're all very smart here. We're I mart. We're the smartest we got here early. We got here early. We had a lot of time study because we were latchkey. Kids Sports. Yeah just did everything but I would say I mean what sports did you do. Track and field volleyball basketball was also GONNA show choir. There's also an orchestra. Did your school bowling in team a bowling team yeah yes. I was on my school also to believing that I didn't know about until I got the yearbook but I'm like like why didn't anybody tell me about clubs I could've done. I'm sure someone tried sure they had nobody told me about clubs in school or Rahman as an adult edify now all these things existed. I'm sure there is some sort of like big like I dunno fair or something where they're like. Here's a school welfare. Yeah there are always fair. Who Do you mean where everyone like went into the all purpose? Remember the gym yes. I'm like what they told you about school. ooh And you've never been to think so. I'm just wondering ailing booth to see what they're it seems like you know I Eric like who makes the book to the school. Science Fair kids are like look at the SPAGHETTI CIGNA by time and you're like no. Oh No it doesn't stupid no. It's going to be a scientist statistically. No one will be in school wait. No one will be a scientist no statistically basically there's only what six scientists no no even bad statistics like six in the world which is like the gates your first. This is bad. No one will be scientists well. They're six so like physically might school no one because you think about all the schools probably give them radical awesome. Yeah yeah private school never been to a school fair science fair. Yes so drama club. What what is your I would say I'd I'd be the leader Student Council because you can actually get stuff done? What do you like? I don't know what like if you're like. Oh we we need longer lunchtime or something you can actually talk to the principal and they'll listen to you because your representative of the student body. Why would you need a longer lunch so you can get back to? They make it to class on time. Yeah people are driving off campus to go get food. Are you allowed to do that yeah. We were not but I did it anyway. I was constantly leaving school. ooh Yeah because hey you can't smoke weed in school. Be The beach is not at school so like toy sister really helped me back from like I wanted to do which is lead swimming. I'm a water baby. I'm floored by your school experience and how vastly different it was online. We wouldn't have known each other. You wouldn't have known I existed because I'm in all the clubs that you weren't aware where I ain't no idea we'd have Spanish club more that my sister was in it until I saw the a yearbook did you opening the yearbook to Catherine other did so many clubs that I have no idea like what she was doing well at one point. Did you the Yearbook Club Okay but then I was like I gotta cut pictures. I'm I'm going home really wanted me to make a fucking collage and I was like give a shit about any of these kids. That's the easiest thing you could have done. Just put a smattering of pictures Chris Together. I quit okay. What's let your biggest weakness your to sensitive your hard to love? That's not what that says. What is now what's that called freudianism afraid likely will maybe maybe it is mild dyslexia? I haven't been diagnosed to my friend yelling at you know. It's okay pay attention in school. Maybe someone yelled at me there. Maybe slightly dislike. It's hard for me to read. I didn't get all the words I think think he did but that is just so Freudian slip because I do think hard to love. It could could just be that. That's probably what it is. Not The first person I was on a date and he said you might have I screamed what the ball away they scream drink. He went bull and I went. Oh I do mix up numbers all the time all the time we were on the road and the science said thirty five and fifty five and I can't remember that was the speed limit or something else but I was either way. I was like I don't want my friend. I think it's fifty five yeah. Maybe I think maybe you also just like get so excited to finish the sentence. You don't fully read the sentence maybe I do. I do it again <music> because when I read books I gotta read sentences over again. Sometimes the next sentence won't make sense and I'll go. I read that one wrong. I think I'm religious excited in yeah. Maybe have dyslexia. I didn't mean to yell at you. That's okay we're all discovering things about our ourselves in our bodies all the time you know the older I get the march in here I have and that's been a discovery. I'M GONNA die ago I said to my cousin was like no one told me that I was going to get so much chin here she goes your butt's. GonNa keep growing to wait was what's the big button Animal Lama Dial Lama the fucking beard and a fat ass is very needs to wife Me Wild to love ah you're too hard to love okay all right. You read them Diago. What is your biggest weakness your to sensitive? I think we already know you're saying you love too hard. That's the sentence you love love to heart not here to onto love but honestly you love too hard who who loves to hard so we will have to weigh your hard to love. You need aide too much control. You love attention. You rely on others too much. You're to quote big picture. You try to do too much your ego. You're too trusting well. My love of attention hasn't been a weakness. It's made me money <hes> Um. I don't think I'm too sensitive. I get offended but I get over it pretty easily probably because of my A._d._H._d.. Eighty Deion dyslexia it might be I try to do too much. I'll be like I'll be there at three knowing full well that like I'm somewhere else at three right but I just don't want to say no and I trust nobody. <hes> I would say the same thing or you need too much control. We'll move. I feel like I am a control freak and I that sometimes hinders my ability like just try some things all say that one you need too much control. 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I guess you can't all the question is which would you save and you want to save him but why it's a circle you. You can't say he's he's GonNa have to die with his ship. It makes the story. Also Carpio really gets anthem asking. Who would you say that makes logical sense with the story they're just saying who would you save? I would save him. I think he's a good guy but then pros is learn how to be independent right. You can save them from let me Save Jack Boy really disagree McKay. How do you usually laugh on the inter- Internet L._L.? EARLY ALL ALL CAPS L. O. L. Lower case L L L alot capital H._A.. Ha All cabs ha ha ha lower hayes he lorries head hgh all cavs Lulls L. YOU L Z and lesson. I don't laugh off. How do you have on? I mean in person I say t he he but when I'm like typing I say ha ha ha yeah. You're ha ha person <hes>. I'm not really an L._l.. person unless it's like something stupid. It sounds like a sarcastic well yeah now you know anytime I'm saying allows kind of sarcastic custodian yeah go back and read all my text messages. No no need you get so mad about my texts because you do do it wrong you because you put a period after every since comes off so harsh. It's called a complete sentence yet but then he complete thought but oh you got like go out of your way to make the period. I'd be like Hey am I saying you tonight and you're like yes period. No it's yes. I don't know that because there's a period their ills like yes. Do you want exclamation points. You want me to be a Corny motherfucker who the mation point after every goddamn sentence I mean an exclamation point would be nice or no punctuation at all. I that's not English. How would you feel if you read a book with no periods? It's not a book where texting your but you don't read every sentence in a book angrily. What's up on talk like you don't like there's periods and book well because they're conveying a story? We're just talking look. This is how communication has evolved and you need to step the fuck up and be in the game is so oh crazy to me that people don't understand punctuation in texting because you're not the only person who said it to me and I don't know how to remedy it. Just all you do is not put a period. That's easier than putting a period. I take one step away. Do not do a thing avoid doing an extra thing you you. I mean have run on sentences. You look foolish. You can use commas you appear in between sins but don't let the last word have a period behind I did it seems very harsh. You sound like an old The help and then they'll begin. Oh my God help help period you okay look alright. Kids Double Tap. That's still that's that's two more tabs than I thought you were <unk> doing. I thought you were just putting the period and then and then the send button no because there is no period but you just have those the letters now you go here I would I ever oh my I bad. There's a shortcut but you could just look Steve Jobs that I did. You could shortcut it comes with your phone. Look help and then send. Why would I ever just send just send it? You don't have to push double tap space bar. She taped no period. Okay seems harsh. I okay how do you laugh on the Internet forever to get through this. I don't think they ha- I I think you do too yeah. We're ha- hours your boss or teachers would describe you as flexible passionate the determined easy to get along with and pathetic a big dreamer to assess with work diplomatic hilarious hilarious yeah no one's ever kept me at a job because I was good at it because she's hilarious. 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We were like kidding show and we were all like I know I'm working on it. We've roasted you. impersonate did well okay we lead you best fit into Seinfeld a yellow family the simpsons modern family community parks and REC thirty rock friends the office. How how I met your mother? I think I would say thirty rock because there's only two straight men in everyone else's wild so. I don't think they would blink twice at me. I think that's true Yeah Emma. I would probably fit in with Seinfeld. Really you're black. This is Chad. I think he'd stick out like a sore thumb. <hes> I think Kramer would have some choice words for you well. They're just I'll never forget that was wild. It was really upsetting. Hard are yeah. Murimi say Seinfeld because I because they're all like really good at pointing on the unusual thing yes. They're all very sarcastic and yeah yeah I think I would be I would drive well with that. I think you're right about jiving beautiful word Liffey lith- leave lifts it has live live live. What is what is live kind of like A? I don't know like skinny slush flexible well hold on. I'M GONNA look it up and do we have all these words are just like so josh have a lot of type. I mean it's a beautiful sounding word. Oh thin supple ungraceful supple is one of my favorite words boy. I'm supple PA- Nimble Pin number O wow seuss serious ariss Souza's in blends of billions. You know who that is like just like Oh. It's like being like really upbeat and you know all these words. I don't know the middle one I used to be an S._A._T.. Tutor well <music>. I took my S._A._T.'s did bad job. They put me in a room of the window. I need to know what was going on their dog outside. I don't know they finished my S._A._T.'s. It was a big talk to for so long and its owner. They were just like like my mom is mad. We do you know what the number is a pedometer. That's like it's like the border between it's kind of like a border between two different things ooh like a state line. Do you know seuss's it's not positive okay and then. Do you know to a Laura File. Is that one I have no idea how about a diaphragm diaphanous. I think that's another one that has to do with like having a certain. I think it's like having a curvy body type thing aw I think I got to look that up to ono. It'd been fabric that slight delicate and translucence slutty feerick Pyrrhic Pyrrhic Rick. I don't know how many of these words labyrinth and Halcyon House you okay. What word sounds best to you? He was very intimidated. You just have to pick a word. You know what the word is. What sounds best you just have to identify anything like what do you think I'm GonNa go? I WANNA go with Blue Balloon. Okay Great. That's great. My head hurts these tough. They were up who says them. I like life. Yeah Okay Great Right. How will you hear your hangover? I know from my class that only time can or more or oh yes or abuse more abuse his a hangover alcohol withdrawal sleep cheap coffee French fries powering through all the Greasy breakfast foods sunglasses an aspirin fasted pickles drink. I'M GONNA go with a drink and and I'm going with. I think I just power through drink water and go about my day. I got dark winged. Duck does mine oh you got well. I got the hulk seems. It seems absolutely incorrect buzzfeed wrong. You got the hulk. You've gotta firing. You drives everything you do. Sometimes you wonder how many people can just sit idly while so many unjust things are happening in the world. The flip side to your anger is that you're very empathetic to the feelings of other people you know how hard it is to keep things bottled bottled up inside well. No you're the hulk and the HOG. You're the fucking hall. That's me okay me. You got dark dark wing. Duck your natural performance true and while you may be too modest admit everyone around you would probably agree that you are the funniest person they know. I routinely say I'm very yeah. People say and you say you just want to share your life with everyone. Which is why you're probably also a champion at social media? You are good at it podcast number through yours spontaneous nature it makes you a genius at twitter and your sense of humor probably makes even yourself. He's hilarious. Mr Wow you're the hulk and I'm Dr Quicken Duck. Wow this is really accurate buzzfeed. Thank you thank you for seeing me yeah you really saw into my soul never belt so seen and heard silly. I learned that I'm dark wing conduct dyslexic where black ladies and we love support and other black ladies so you should watch H._B._O.'s newest comedy dominy a Black Lady Sketch show written by directed by and starring black ladies a black lady sketch show is revolutionary because it's <unk> a sketch show starring all black ladies they celebrity guests. They have dynamic characters. They have is a black lady. I don't know what else do do you want. It's going to be great. I'm so excited to see it as we have a lot of friends. Involve Nicole is going to be in the show. It's going to be so great when a black ladies get show debuts it will feature numerous. I Lake the first all black women writers room. The first black woman sketched director and the first sketch series cast comprised entirely of black women the show starring starring Robin the-the-they Quinta Brunson Ashley Nicole Black and Gabrielle Dennis and guest starring e Suray Angela Bassett Laverne Cox are very Nicole buyer and and many more a black lady sketch show airs this Friday night at eleven pm only on H._B._O.. Should we listen to some voice. Yes listen to the voice man. It's been hard. It's been a journey in a real uphill battle trying to read yeah. Let's listen now hit US friends and <hes> I just have a question for you. I'm wondering if <hes> if there's anything that's when you guys see it immediately it makes your stomach turn like you just look at it and you WanNa bark or you have a wave of like nausea. <hes> I feel like anytime I see anyone with like a skin the issue and I feel like I'm such an asshole for saying that but anytime I see you know like a skin issue and I just like. I don't think I could ever be a dermatologist. I I don't know how they can do it <hes> but it just makes me like ooh like yeah a little bit also if I see a Kafer on anything like like it's like a rabbit turn like why would you put up there. <hes> never put that in their mouth <hes> Nicole. I know you put a lot of things in your mouth before that might make other people uh-huh but <hes> anyway yeah just curious <hes> you know what <hes> what when you guys see it is like totally vile L. and disgusting and stomach-turning to you all right. Thank you bye bye thing. I eat shit. I'm so so sorry bumpy Dix I mean I think she's going to be like cheeky and say like digs but that's normal all I was so sorry you have a really bad perception of you not everybody but like I feel like people here you to sell normal stories and they're like she folks in. You know that's not true. I'm so horn a so I mean I'd had like I described absolutely gross digs but like dick do it's pretty nor of society not does not you you US wrong. You are smart. It's fine. I'm not mad. I think it's just like because I I like onstage. I say I love Nancy Shit in my mouth in reference to something that happened and it's like I'm telling a story but it's one thing for me to say it out loud. You're like oh boy. I think that's what I've been trying to articulate for a while with like a audiences when they scream at me where I'm like N- okay I know I know I'm very personable and I tell a lot about my life but when you start screaming at me I don't know you and it feels like you're attacking me for sure yeah added joke about AH people guy touching my hair and then after shows you'll be like okay. It's at your hair and I'm like whoa what the fuck and then I I 'cause. I forget what what asset onstage I'm done. I'm done with the show now. People were like trying to do a call back and I'm like I don't need you to do my job to me. I think people forget that you do an hour of material and that one thing that resonated or they remember is an hour and it was moments ago in your on John Denver that you're in a different moment than you were during your show yeah yeah it's very curious and then people will shout things that I've said I'm podcasts. It's which I'm like. Oh I fully don't know what it's a conversation for the most part and or improvised it was made up on the spot because it was a conversation I had. No you idea what you're yeah. Whatever okay things that make me? I don't like Puke Puke so weird. You did like everyone's respond to say don't like you wait really it makes me scared. <hes> there was like just like even the sound of it makes me really uncomfortable in like scared and say clamming up folding in your arms and like shrinking up I just I hate it so much. I was once in a Wendy's in Woodbridge New Jersey in the mall and we were trying to get <hes> Judy Bacon cheeseburgers and my friend. I think it was John John Mason he was like we have to go and don't look down and I was like what he's like. Don't look down just we have to go and we can't be here anymore and then because a kid puked he and he knows that like her day would have been done. Yeah like absolutely done. I it was on New Jersey Transit and the man was walking up and down the aisles. He's like whereas the bathroom house like this man has to go and then he puked just an unreasonable unreasonable amount in between the cars and then there was this lady train once rebuked a bunch and I really hated it and every time I puke I cry. They are threw up on Friday because I was to strengthen night before I woke up a ten A._M.. Had the conversation with somebody and then I started swallowing a lot and I was like no it's GonNa come and then I cried before it came and then it came and then I sobbed on the floor for a little bit and then he went back to asleep and the time before that was because I drink too much baucus sodas in a bottle of champagne that the flight attendant gave me because he liked me and I watched for sculpt three inches from from the monitor and then my lip driver was like are you okay and I wanted to scream on the plane because I wanted to get off and then I got home and then I threw up everywhere everywhere I mean in the toilet and it popped a blood vessel my i. They don't like Puke yeah. You know when you started this. I thought there's will be like a really traumatic L.. Even when I was young I've trusted somebody. Well okay well. I was in my mom's bed with my mom cuddling like we did my mom love to cuddle and I love to cuddle back then my sister was like we're going to go and we were like. Where are you going Catherine? She's like I don't feel good and then she sat on the toilet and puked on the floor equity funding. is she eating a bunch of tuna fish so gross. That's what started it probably why would she before she was a kid. Come on she. She was too sick could figure it out. Let Me Babysit Puke kid who go to call to get and then I close close the door. Wait a minute. You're not gonNA help no hit the toilet. You don't need help to Puke what he's a little boy. He gets it on the floor and then you had to clean it up he you were clean it up usually mashes face in it you ever see fucking Anne. It's hard not life clean up here. Fucking Puke is the movie was about no they hard not like. They're cleaning sure but that's that's the references okay yeah leaning talk about what are you. You seem very upset. You're still you're still cross. It's Chunky. It's bad it's gross. It smells awful. I could deal with baby puke milk milk in their stomach for a little bit you gets heated up. Come back out some milk or anything put some chocolate and he got some hot chocolate discussing. I know the thing that makes well. I have an emotional aversion to spare argus for a while because my this is like the first meal my step mom made oh I hate this story after so actually yeah so she made like Salmon is Vegas when something and my mom was like a Mac and cheese and hot dogs lady so I was like what is this. I literally had never seen his. That's why you like corn dogs. Yeah I grew up eating hot dogs and then he just good. You've never seen joy till you've seen this year's. Here's face when there's corn dogs on a menu in a sit down restaurant. I love corn therefore the fair but you can anywhere four foot fair but you can eat them anywhere. I hope there's a corn dog lobby because they should use that as their tagline. Keep going with author story so she was made this asparagus. I had no idea what it was. I tried to eat it and I think just the event of meeting a woman who was not my mom I am and this new food was just too much and so I throw up and in my mouth and my my do you have to leave the table and it didn't leave your mouth it didn't leave my mouth no i didn't throw on the table threw up because cheeks puffed out like and they're like get out of here and you can't eat the rest of the dinner so i didn't eat anymore for dinner throughout the little bit of serious i went to my room and i was a real bitch for but i don't know the year that i was new to this woman but then eventually we began to love each other and his imagined she went to her book club and was like the wildest thing happened last night i was i was so excited to meet this year i made her my favorite salmon surprise asparagus lightly seared on each side medium rare if you will she she put a little bit of asparagus in your mouth and she didn't quite throw up she threw up and held it in her mouth and then her dad told her to go away and then she was just so mean she became a blowfish she just moved up time she saw me she would it really rocked my socks doc so then after that i just never made very again so i was like oh i cannot but then you eat it now i don't i i have eaten it since i've seen you down china on asparagus you have not okay you definitely have i can't you don't know me at all you don't know me you you know what i eat now i just don't you love a corn dog you know that you love a corn dog pickles for some reason i don't you love a pickle don't i'll order an extra cook for me it makes no sense whenever there's gherkins so you'd better give me a jar birkin that's a little pickle frog you savages out there don't know what a fucking birkin est so we'll peasant idiot sitting there going gherkins well you stupid bitch don't pick uh-huh and they're like how did you wanna google why are you dumb bitch kurkin you why did you even start this journey u. r. k. i. n. ed perkins is that right and is not right at all it's so there are i fault that it's spelled stupid so that's fucking all g eight it's not my fault he threw in h gherkins twenty you here are a n eh where do you hear age that's not my fucking fall g k i ed that's fucking gherkins wait gherkins cucumber there's little cucumbers i mean named thing i've never had a look you can be have you a little cucumbers now you know a smaller than your finger which in the cucumbers smaller than your finger is that what that means i will be yes pickles come from cucumbers yeah i know that old ask you numbers people were like i'll still eat it so there's no way do they start they start his tiny cucumbers today start as big ones down to gherkins size help i don't know we what are what are you specifically ask other little cuba these little cucumbers little become little pickle well pimple cucumbers i've become gherkins i i feel like there has to be if there's a tiny proper pickle kurkin oh a birkin is a variety of cucumber comes from people the the last ten days or bergen was on an island whose bergen it's bill burs ars island that got me okay it's it looks like it's just a type of cucumber that's slightly smaller to start with uh-huh oh well great well now we know wow how do we get i don't know go grocery shopping once and when we were looking for parsley no i didn't even know you not yeah i do that you were across the room we're in the vegetables action movie reportedly and you go so she parsley <laughter> i didn't ask you what color was we weren't even looking for it anymore because we're like we don't need it that is the time i tried to make a recipe of instagram graham and we walked into the supermarket and i said how do we know what we need we watch this video andrea you just shouted out the ingredients reading the bogle instead of weight is not written out anywhere like no to watch this instagram video over over and over again and i'll tell you what they put in the ball and you write it down outside the grocery store we didn't even do this before we got there so i'm just watching instagram video <unk> screaming outside of gleason with you i know it's called gilson's but i prefer gleason because that's what i thought it seventy i moved to l._a. when gleason the name of the honeymooners in that t._v. show see you say things like this and then you got upset when i said that you're dyslexic had hurt okay i guess because i'm not fun i'm just very fun disordered impose a five lots of you're dyslexic one of the ten people just like no there's so many people who dislike say my mom's dyslexic dyslexic oh really yeah you like my mom yeah surely makes me happy yeah there you go so good company yeah that makes me feel better yeah i'm just like him on there you go she was merryman kids and she's thriving yeah what the baby two of my own name my kids to share and your brother's name yeah i didn't want to disclose it because i didn't know if he publicly wants to be recognized because we have not had that conversation conversation yet i appreciate you holding up no problem i don't know dyslexic hey and that's great there's so much wrong with me i dislike i have a._d._d. depression and bipolar saying one more thing and i listen to another voicemail traits unicorns ends this year that's really funny homosexuals about every night almost colin's this year this is matt calling from los angeles i'm twenty three a homosexual in about french hadji's friendships platonic whether gay straight by whatever hurts how do you make it so for an interested in you even offended when you're not interested in them but you're able to still keep the good healthy friendship with them love your advice please let me know thank you matt seems laid back in hot all his friends wanna fuck him and he's like i don't want any of it yeah how do i you told me that my straight gay bi friends to stop trying to fuck me that's very funny don't have that problem my friends have maps problem where they're like nicole please stop trying to <hes> i i think it's like you say to your friend oh i don't think i ever really thought of us that way we're good friends to ever do anything like that i think if you preface it with like i don't want on our friendship to end and that's why we can't do it yeah i think you got some people but what if it's not like super obvious what if the person's not like hey i want to be interrelationship or like have sex with you whatever just like flirting or like making that person feel uncomfortable you know if it's not so clear cut that you could because if that person was was like putting themselves out there let's date then you could be like oh here's a legit answer we should i wanna be friends but they're just being like pudding hints out there how it's really extreme to be like oh i don't see like that because in the frank chameleon whoa dude i wasn't trying to find you even maybe they were see that's tough because i don't really know what flirting learning is well i don't know how to flirt i don't know how to florida with sure so i'm out i i have is like if they asked you you gotta let them down but like if they're flirting i don't know if a man says my name i'm like getting married i don't we do you flirt okay flirt with me like your hair really yeah this flirting yes okay oh my god this is what yeah you do not know how to receive flirting and you can't call it dumb and then just like say i'm wearing a wig yeah i know you're wearing away entrance flirting it's part of it i'm trying to start a conversation with you and try and get to know you what do you want to know the suck at this that's that's flirting he's okay we we met in a bar in okay try to buy me a drink hey i already have one you wanna go fuck bad that's bad that's not flirting getting right to the point we're gonna fuck no more you say no and then we have our answer we all live our separate lives we mad max we go back to where we came you know so we will get to know you before they put you in the bed seem stupid do you wanna get to know somebody before you absolutely you know what happens if i don't like what i see or hear and then i don't wanna fuck you anymore i fucked people before i get to know them so i get the fuck out of the way and then get to know them am i this is maybe this is why i'm single i've never come to that conclusion i don't think yeah yeah i think what do you think could happen if you've got to know a person before you fucked them i would be sexually frustrated <unk> okay yeah but you're already sexually frustrated i'm always warning so what's the difference there's another person and then if you like them that's a bonus and you get to fuck somebody you like fucking some stranger with no emotion no connection and if it's bad then he had a bad experience i think he liked to fuck people before i get to know them because then there's like a pressure when you like each other and then i get nervous and i want to be good before <music> i'm nervous and not good because if i don't care and don't know you bitch throwdown but like if i have like opinions and like care about what you think of me than like i get a little little wrapped up in a little bit in my head and then i'm like i don't know how to ride you and and you ask you gotta go out and practice and then you have to listen to to me talk about how i'm practicing writing people it was a lot yeah okay you called me a nerd one day because you were like studying how to write somebody let's go fucking do it i'm telling you to do that i get that but also that's okay it's okay to be nervous this when you like somebody 'cause that's fun those are fun feelings i think i'd like to build up to being nervous as opposed to like well now i'm nervous 'em even even though we haven't had sex this is scary yeah but it just you just have to do it just embrace the scariness okay control all the situations there's other people involved with it we can talk about this later but also this guy's question which already ready answered but i have to tap out 'cause i'm in the wrong apparently i mean it's it's your way of handling it's not wrong it's just different but yeah i think if if your friends are flirting with you and you do not want that <hes> try to be very clear about your friendship ship blake group pangs or like <hes> things that are not dates lake if you feel like going to a bar with this person individually and having them come back to your place feels like a date don't do it don't do things that will temp this person and make them feel like oh i think this is growing into mantis thing because they are putting out signs is like that if you don't want that don't put out signs like that v very clear and if they do put things out there that are very clear like i want to go on a date or i wanna fuck you you can totally say okay with your mouth i don't want that and hopefully they will understand that and be like we can still be friends and this will not ruin that and if they can't understand that you have to respect that because that's their choice is if they really feel like we can't be friends <hes> outside of a romantic thing then that's that that is true they are not lying to you you have to believe them and respect their space but yeah you should also help them with this process and be clear with what your intentions are because they all just make up whatever they want in their head tan house good pinks is bluntness are people in the spectrum blunt i hope not because i'm blonde am i on the spectrum is that my fifth problem amblin make a handful i don't know if i would call you on the spectrum okay i don't even know how call you blunt you think you're blind to the point with like relationship stuff i guess oh yeah you get to the point but i don't know if you're i mean yeah i guess so but i still i still wouldn't call you blind dang really trying to pick up a fifth problem oh gosh i'm sure we could find one for you really really want okay i think that's it for us yes okay do you leave us the voicemail and door an email nicole and this year reggie mo- dot com for two four six four or five seden- zero zero three was at harmony it was the same note that was the same no we just ended on was the same thing yeah it was unicef marie sets the same the same note harmony hey yeah okay so like how do you harmonies happening is this something everybody that's my girl yeah craft but can you answer the question why do you need to know what is happening is happening to you like that happening around you like to know i'd like to be like well that was harmony singer she maybe would help you l. with this okay jordan harmonies happening so you have a note <hes> and typically harmony is anywhere from a half a step up above or like three notes above so it's you're never the same note but it's within that you know when you're doing it will nobody it calls it out oh my goodness there's there's some actual term and i went to school for this and i it's yes it's harmonizing but but i just feel like i've known since i was five that i was harmonizing with something it was like here it yes like if you were to give me a note right now i can automatically automatically do it no boy oh my yeah it is can you give me an well insists iraq we'll be goes alma give me an a oh if she's playing piano improv scene where she's like suggest gimme your if you want an e so if you have doe ray me me me is an e. t. i don't know the rest of what anyway so if you have an e. <hes> so you have eh foraging <music> <hes> that would be harmony yeah do you understand no i think it's you start at one and then you go up one or a to go either up or down <hes> so it's this other knows they're not the same note that sound good together yeah so so when we were saying the same no just unison now harmony <hes> if you saying other notes that sound downed compatible with no tells you who is why do you need to know this would be like beethoven do you think you're gonna be quizzed he's done this one situation where you're like i need to know if i'm in harmony right now this is what you should bring up on a date with those with you in harmony harmony this e harmony okay well l. my questions were answered that's my six problem i'm starting on a new hand damn we get a second handful of issues how can i can isis year world gone nicole why should black lady sketch show h._b._o.'s newest comedy starring robin thirty quinta brunson ashley nicole black and gabrielle dennis and guest starring e suray ray angela bassett laverne cox nicole buyer and mar a black lace got show is a first of its kind comedy that explores social

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3/10/21: California makes it easier for anyone to get COVID-19 vaccine by volunteering and more news

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3/10/21: California makes it easier for anyone to get COVID-19 vaccine by volunteering and more news

"This is the l. a. times it's wednesday march tenth. Here's today's news brought to you by state farm like a good neighbor state farm is there. Today will be mostly cloudy with a couple of showers and a high of fifty eight tonight. More rain is expected with partly cloudy skies and a low of forty six. Our top story california is making it easier for people to get the covid nineteen vaccine by volunteering at vaccine clinics. The state launched a volunteer page on. It's my turn vaccinations scheduling system. Last week to streamline the process for medical providers and the general public to volunteer counties across the state have already made the volunteering option available. But the move by the state is expected to make the process more accessible to people who would otherwise not be eligible for the vaccine. Those who are interested in volunteering can do so by going to my turn. Volunteer dot ca dot gov in other virus news los angeles and orange county's might be able to enter a more lenient tier of california's cove nineteen safety restrictions soon paving the way for disneyland and other southern california theme parks to reopen disneyland universal studios knott's berry farm and six flags magic mountain have been closed for almost a year. The state updated its reopening rules last week and under the new rules theme parks in red tier counties are allowed to reopen as early as april first for parks and counties in the red tier to pass it he will be limited to fifteen percent. The cap rises to twenty five percent. Once a county progresses to orange and thirty five percent upon reaching the most lenient tear yellow in entertainment news. Leadership at the hollywood. Foreign press association has announced that it will retain a strategic diversity adviser. The organization is behind the annual golden globe awards which recently came under fire for a lack of diversity. The hp revealed has to shaun harper a usc professor of racial gender and lgbt issues to work with the organization for five years. The group has also brought in an outside law firm to help eliminate any exclusionary practices audit membership requirements and review its policies. The announcement was made after last month's l. times investigation highlighted the lack of black members in the group which sparked a social media protest in weather news. A winter storm that doused the bay area. Yesterday is moving into southern california. It's expected to bring rain and the potential for hail to the l. a. area and snow to the mountains. According to the national weather service between six and twelve inches of snow are expected. Snow levels will drop this morning creating potential problems on upper elevation roadways. The cold front is also expected to dump one half to one inch of rain across la county. A half inch more could fall on the foothills. There's a good chance of thunder and lightning as well and finally boston celtics star. Paul pierce showtime lakers star michael cooper and eleven time. Nba all star. Chris bosh lead a list of fourteen finalists for the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame. Class of twenty twenty one. The class of twenty twenty one will be announced on may sixteenth. The enshrinement ceremony is scheduled for in springfield. The exact date has not been released. The class of twenty twenty ceremony headlined by the late lakers star. Kobe bryant was postponed because of the covid. Nineteen pandemic and has been rescheduled for may fourteenth through may sixteenth in oakville connecticut for these stories and more visit times dot. Com news moves fast from stocks to sports and weather reports anything could be in the day's headlines but a scoop even more surprising state farm has surprisingly great rates on car insurance. They offer the coverage. You need at a wallet. Friendly price now. That's newsworthy mike. A good neighbor state farm is there.

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Los Angeles Times 9/18/20

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03:46 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles Times 9/18/20

"It's Friday. September eighteenth I'm Mary Rigolato and here's your local news from the Los Angeles Times. Brought to you by lucky charms magical mission. Let lucky the Leprechaun take you and your kids on an interactive adventure through the eight magical charm lands to restore magic available on your Smart Speaker just say open lucky charms, magical mission or search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. Today will be partly sunny and very warm with a high of ninety one and a low tonight sixty seven the air quality will also continue to be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Our top story Californians who contract covid nineteen at work, we'll find it easier to get workers comp benefits under a Bill Governor Gavin newsom signed yesterday. The new law reduces the burden of proof for police firefighters and other essential workers who get the coronavirus on the job furthermore under the new law employees in other workplaces both public and private will be presumed by default to have caught the corona virus on the job. If there is an outbreak at their worksite, that ensures employees will be eligible to have their medical bills and lost wages covered. The law goes into effect immediately. In Related News California workers will get stronger family leave protections under a new. State Law Senate bill thirteen eighty three requires employers with five or more workers to offer twelve weeks of unpaid time off for family leave allowing workers to bond with the new child or care for a sick family member supporters of the law said, forty percent of California workers did not have job protections because their employers businesses were too small. The new law will take effect on January first. In Crime News for her part in the college admissions scandal actress Laurie Lachlan will serve her prison sentence at a medium security federal prison camp in Victorville. A judge approved her request to serve her two month sentence there last week. Meanwhile, Lachlan's husband Jay Maasim ojea newly was sentenced to five months in a low security federal prison in Santa Barbara. County. The full House Star and clothing designer were given prison terms for paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their daughters admitted to USC as crew team recruits even though neither girl played the sport. In Business News Orange County mayor's called Governor Gavin Newsom this week to let Disneyland Knott's Berry Farm Really Open Trade Worker Union leaders and tourism promoters have also expressed frustration that the state has yet to give the two parks a path to reopen. Overall the cities around Disneyland have lost one point, three billion dollars in taxes and other revenues since the pandemic closures began, that's according to the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce. The Disneyland Resort is also Orange County's largest employer, and before the pandemic, it employed about thirty, one, thousand workers newsom said on Wednesday that state officials were working on health protocols for reopening theme parks. He further said there would be announcements soon but did not specify when. Finally, the seventy second Primetime Emmy awards will be held this Sunday and this year's festivities saluting excellence in TV will be virtual though the event is based at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles no nominees or live audience will be present. Instead, the production will dispatch camera rigs and crews to more than one hundred, thirty locations around the World Jimmy Kimmel will host the broadcast airing on C. Follow our live coverage of the emmys at La Times Dot Com. For these stories and more visit La Times. Dot. com.

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Working for a Great Boss - What Does it Look Like?

The MOD report

25:41 min | 5 months ago

Working for a Great Boss - What Does it Look Like?

"Welcome to the corporate shadow. Podcast where we discuss overcoming workplace nonsense and bad boss somewhere here. My name is julian torres joining ryan today. Not just any deg today as a sunday. And we may or may not have had a couple of mimosas. Before we turn the microphones on who happy sunday funday all right well. Hey so why julian. Why jewel and first of all. Who is julian and how did meet. This guy. julien tells a little about yourself. So i work at a scuba diving shops called deep blue in long beach right on the beaumont. Peer service dive equipment. Some back there in the back room just servicing regulators tanks Pretty much anything that comes into the shop. That people need help with a lot of customer service. A lot of just helping people out. And it's nice being back there it's a lot of procedural stuff So nice nice apollo directions and just be back there in hanging out. Yeah but you deal with customers like me. Because that's how. I met you exactly. So i'm sure you have some wonderful stories about that but Your prior prior life your prior life experience You've worked in customer service facing positions right definitely Where out remind me again. Got knott's berry farm. If few other places. Yeah so city After summers done go knotsberry berry farm just kind of transitioning between there and yeah just always have had experiences with customers always had that experience. You know introducing myself Just helping people out and yeah you know. I've learned that the customer is almost always right. Almost almost almost always and you okay. So let's like the conversation that i want to focus on as it relates to your experience and a little bit about what we'll talk about today. Is you mentioned something. Very very powerful. Yes so simple. And that is don't do the things you don't want to deal. We were talking about this earlier. And you know you've job you've job hopped that's really hard to say. It must be the most. You've job hopped a few times. I've job hopped many times. You look at my cv resume but and there's a reason for that. It's because we've probably been doing things that we don't like exactly. Yeah what what made you. I guess like in any organization whether that was at knott's berry farm aquarium of the pacific and long beach or anywhere that you've worked your dad's auto body shop shutout to dan. What made you leave. These places share so in the beginning when i'm working at sixteen obviously looking to you know get paid a little war so you know going for those higher paying positions and just kind of seeing where i can put my skills into so You know from a minimum wage job to something that's paying more. I obviously have to Provide more skills and My skills started transitioning basically when i volunteered at the pacific So at soak city. I was in knots berry farm. It was just more customer service. Give the customer with the help them out and give them the candy. They won't give them the shirt that they want but once. I started volunteering at of the pacific Learn more about time management i learned more about procedural things like just making sure i follow things step by step by step and knowing how to do things correctly and in a timely fashion I tell us about your boss though because it sounds like you've learned a lot under this under this individual at the aquarium and you're a volunteer. Yes for how many years. I'd been volunteering at the aquarium for five years five years and acquiring all of these skills because you had a boss that you apparently would say and correct me if i'm wrong respected admired etc. Let's talk a little bit about that individual about what what made them a great boss or a great leader. And then i want you in the back of your mind to think about terrible boss. Perhaps you may have worked for sure. So probably the best boss have ever had definitely The person that was in charge of overseeing me at the aquarium of the pacific Her name was aggie. Long t She was my overseer for the water quality lab and in there were basically in charge of doing tests to test water of the different exhibits perfectly. So we're testing the ph. The nitrites nitrates a ton of different stuff. Sodium temperature temperature bunch of nerdy stuff under sound and just reporting it back to the for the aquarius and making sure they have enough data to to properly at sign their their chemical charts and stuff like that so but what. What made her like really cool when you stayed there for five years. I'm a volunteer for five years clearly. There's something more than just the mission of the aquarium or the mission of the organization that keeps me there and that generally is my boss right. I wake up. I get excited. I'm like oh. I'm going to see whoever today. My co workers are great. My bosses great. Which a lot of people don't say that. No that's an anomaly situation. I think definitely so was specifically made your boss someone that you would follow into battle every single time you went to work. Yeah so aggie was vevey firm on on time management and doing things the correct way and she would as would not let me fail at all like if i failed we we would go back and she would show me exactly what i did wrong. We would write notes on it. I had a notebook and she'd be like okay right. Done what you did. And how do we fix that. She she told me this aggie. Boot camp You know we're gonna do things right when we fail. I'm gonna let you know And it might be awkward at first but it's going to benefit you in the end because you're gonna you're gonna learn from your mistakes and we're gonna we're gonna do things right and we're gonna make sure you know. All animals are all good all the time. It's awesome definitely a mentor. Coaching teacher professor. Kind of mentality. I think is what i'm hearing. So let's compare that perhaps to someone that was the opposite if you've had this experience have you worked for a manager or observed another manager. Maybe not in your department or observe. Maybe you know a another leader or a boss at another organization or even at the aquarium who knows or wherever that was the opposite of that that you're like you know what i'm not going to follow them into battle if we were to go to war today and i were drafted and battle. That person is not my general. And i will not follow them. Yes so my process when dealing with people especially upper management that that say. I don't agree with the like a bad leader. Something like that. And i personally think a leader knows where they're going and stuff and We're were i things in myself is i would go to audible. And i literally have books on leadership on management on how to make sure. I don't have an ego when i'm leading people how to make sure i don't You know i. I re- i really really take the time to kind of learn things So i can. I can teach people the best that i can and so i can actually lead almost myself. So aggie tommy really had hard. Do things learn from other people's steaks and also learn from my mistakes and kind of do anything that it took to to kind of make sure that things got done the correct way and that led me to pick pick up those books. That are I have a ton on on auto boy paid for subscription And it's like how do i. How do i do this. This thing that. I need to do the correct way. Have you ever worked for someone where you did make a mistake and you reprimanded for it. In other words a complete opposite of what aggie would have done Yeah so like. I said aggie would would literally watch me and say you know you messed up here and now i just. I really just do that for myself. What i don't like is when people don't tell me when i mess up. That's that's probably. The biggest thing is. Because if i think you've messed up though how you know you've messed up. If someone is pointed out to you. I think i know i messed up. When it comes out in the future like say customers upset or something like that doesn't show up till later or they come back and they say you know like this thing wasn't done correctly or something like that then. I know i messed up somewhere. Somebody somebody should maybe told me or something like that. But i'd really really try to you. Know find those mistakes myself. Do you think that was because of conflict. Avoidance like maybe your boss or your manager. Whoever they're like yeah we we recognize. Julia messed up. I don't wanna go into conflict with this person. I don't want to you know whatever all the excuses are. There's a lot of excuses. Managers make believe it or not because they don't want to confront you want. They want you to liked them. They want you to not feel bad necessarily and at the end of the day. There's well before. I get to that but have you years that accurate completely accurate. Yeah so when when people don't especially management when they don't wanna come front you and not cause conflict know just really they really hurting them employees because they they can learn something from the from their failure even if it causes conflict like like like i said aggie told me yet might be kinda rough in the beginning you know. You don't really know me that well. But i'm gonna tell you every time you mess up because you're gonna learn from it. Yeah and it's it's just been super beneficial. I use this analogy a lot in my classrooms. And i am the farthest person from understanding what sports are or how they even work so that no being transparent there. I do know that every good sport. If you wanna make it to the super bowl of the world series you have good coaches. that coach. Their players to become better right. They hold them accountable. They set up goals for them. They criticize they give him the good. The bad the ugly they do all of these things. Why can't we do that in the workplace. Why can't we look at the workplace as if are wanting to go to the super bowl and outperform every other competitor out there. Whether it's the other dive shop down the street or whether it's the the other aquarium in another city catch my drift. Why are we doing that. Yes sometimes in the workplace. They're just worried about the relationship that they have with each other and you sometimes it is just friendships. But yeah like with me. I totally agree. They're going after it and and you know helping each other out and we should be the best of the best that we can be and you know so. It doesn't really matter about who you if if it does. If it does hurt somebody and you tell someone it should be genuine like you should be wind to show them where they can be better even if it hurts a little bit. They're going to learn from it and it's going to be so so so helpful and in the end and we're all going to be better for it. Yeah yeah but see. You don't have to like in my experience and training or whatever when when. I'm coaching and employees. It's not that i'm hurting them right. I'm not devaluing the human being in front of me. I am devaluing behavior behind their actions. That make sense yeah. You're not developing the person. So i'm looking at the behavior that caused you to make that decision so just one quick example on making this up back from my hotel days you know managing a front desk employee encounters guest. The guest behind the front desk is is pissed off for whatever reason and so then my associate ends up yelling and cursing them out. And it's like no right that's just gonna escalate. It's going to make it worse. That's the behavior. But what was the motive to make that person. Act the way they did. That is what i want to coach on. I want to coach towards your motive the action behind the behavior. Oh i call it your anchor or if you wanna get really academic. We essentially call it. Your your your your motive. Your i guess. It's relationship awareness. They're going to get into that. Because i will put everybody to sleep. But that's that is what we need to do was as managers and even his employees who may not manage others. Because one day you will or maybe you are and you don't realize it you might not have the title as a leader. You might not have this title as manager. But there's someone perhaps in your workplace that looks to you as an example of what it means to be a good leader because of the actions that you're taking place because you have your motives and behaviors are aligned. That's a lot for a sunday morning. Definitely holy moly. I actually read a book once. I once i realized that my management at at my job wasn't wasn't what i was looking for in terms of kind of seeing where i can improve and kind of telling me on a weekly basis. Here's where you can do really good. You know you're doing good already but here's what you can improve. I really liked that about about management. In general i love i love learning and i love seeing where i can be better and what i did was i read. This book is called the one minute manager and it basically says how to teach how to look at themselves And kind of get better at what they're doing. You know how to manage themselves so the manager doesn't have to and i kind of needed to read that book because I i wanted to keep improving and learning with what i was doing. And i didn't have the right management to teach those things. I read the book exactly about and now to do those things you went to college right. You go to college and yet you still even after college. You continue to do self improvement definitely just something. I you know preach all the time. Is that just because you graduate graduation or the term or the word. Commencement means forward moving forward. That's just step one in my room. I have this sign and says look around you and see look around for something. That's you know that's not what you'd like and see if you could fix it and With the way that. I process things. It's like I ask myself. What can i do that. I would do to to fix those things that i'm looking at and You know ask myself at work you know. What can i do that i would do. Because if you're asking yourself what could you actually do. And what would i do it. It gets a lot easier to kind of pick up on things to improve on because you really really talking with yourself and you're kind of seeing looking around you're observing and you're observing yourself and sometimes you don't want to do something but at least you're asking yourself what could i do that it actually would do and Kinda kinda improve from their just minimal steps. It doesn't have to be anything big but it adds up over time. That's a good point. You know we think we see something. Like oh i gotta do it tonight. Everything has to be done tonight. I gotta get through the book tonight. I gotta take steps one through ten by the end of this week and it's like let's calm down take a step backwards a little bit and it's baby steps right step by step. You're going to have a better outcome in the end. I guess what i'm trying to say is this. This happens with writing to or eat reading a book even take a couple of pages of reading per day and you will get through that book within the next three weeks but we often think like. Oh the books too big right. I'm reading obama's book right now. Nothing is big book too big book but have to read a chapter every single day. You can read ten pages per day and you'll still be done with the book and less than two months exactly but sometimes think we see the problem before us is like so big and so scary that we plow through it and we don't really take away wanna learn from it or we just give up and we don't finish it actually like really really dislike reading. Probably because you know. I didn't I wasn't reading what i wanted to read. And as a really really good quote that i read is said You know read what you wanna read until you love to read and That's really really helped me with just kind of learning in general it's like i'm learning what i want to learn and luckily those things are self improvement and stuff like that in general just really really grown to love learning and it's really improved. Prove everything yup and you don't need one hundred thousand dollars to go to harvard. No offense harvard to actually love to self improve and learn about leadership and to learn about what it means to be a good manager or whatever it may be and and to create a better work environment for everybody at the end of the day. That's good stuff. You are twenty three years old. Yeah everyone he's twenty three years old and he speaks as wise as a fifty year old. I don't think even at this level at twenty three years twenty-three pick up a book yet. Even though i graduated college i was not even there. Yeah i talked to my friends now as hanging out with some friends yesterday. And now i'm the one giving advice which just kind of funny So i really really like hang out with the you know. Generally older crowd now just because they they they are want to learn and and I really value listening and When i talked to people. I just think there's always something the they may have something that they want to tell me in and i might not know something that that they're saying. So yeah so final question. How do we know that. Were doing the thing that we want to do. Yeah yeah so. I asked myself that every day about it is i you know ask you know what do i want to do. And then you know there's dialogue going on in my head. I want to be a better person. I want to be better manager in the workplace or something like that and yeah just keep. I asked myself that same question that we talked about earlier. What can i do that. I would do to move towards that goal and The things that you wanna do they will. They will come forward and they they would just have that kind of grip on you. That will that you can go grab and you can. You can just feel it. And i've i've just had a really really good opportunity to Just start journaling and kind of write down. What what my goals are. And i write down how i can get there and i don't start. I don't really look at it on a big picture. I really minimize that skill down to. It's like what. Can i do that. I would do to get to the next step and i'm just really in love with the process and i just like i liked that little men will step forward and it's progress me and just such a short time. It's it's a much faster way to get to the things you want to do. It might be the faster way but you have to enjoy the process. I think definitely. Yeah you gotta want to improve. Yeah feel like sometimes we especially human beings and particularly me in particular it's go that hd you get move on. What's the next thing. Do this do that. And and we're missing the journey in life and not to sound like super cheesy and stoic. Or whatever. But i think that's i don't know if that's an american point of view of of of how we view things it's like. I want the next best thing i want the next best thing it's like i gotta feed my addiction or my appetite. Whatever that is right whether it's another college degree. Or i got to the next bigger. John lee heidel. It's either. we're not completely satisfied and we're never going to be completely satisfied because we don't truly know what it is that we want and so i guess that's the question really is how do we know we have what we want like. Are we chasing this ever ending goal. That were never going to hit. Even though we're setting a goal today to be at whatever ten years from now. And i hit it. That's cool but then it's the next best thing. What is it you know. I'm sorry but guys around the gym. Look at some of the folks out there that are so into all say it themselves so much that they want bigger muscles. It's not enough. They want you know they want the six pack and they got the six pack. You know you've got great apps. They great cool but oh man my but it's just too small. I'm going to work on my and it's like when is enough enough. Maybe that's the question. And i know i said that was my last question but now that's my next philosophical question. When do we know we have enough because once we have enough. That is when we have done the thing that we've wanted to do. Does that make sense. Yeah so it is the process so just the process of going through those things. If you fall in love with the process you can do that for the rest of your life. You can always keep learning. He can always keep improving. You know you can eat. It doesn't matter what it is. Improved your relationships at home you can improve you know any any relationship. You improve your workspace. You can improve anything if you're falling in love with the process then you never have. You're never going to end end of in what you do. So yeah you have to enjoy the process. Now here's a closing quote from epic titas stoic philosopher comes directly from discourses that relates to everything. We're talking about today and epa tita says. Remember that it's not only the desire for wealth and position that debases in subjugates us but also desire for peace leisure travel and learning. It doesn't matter what the external thing is the value. We place on it. Subjugates us to another where our heart is set. Their our impediment lies is for directly from the daily stoic quote for february twenty. First at the time of this recording and it literally relates everything we just talked about. Enjoy the journey right. Continue to learn self improvement. Go pick up a book go whatever. That is what do you use audible. Audible yeah listen. Listen to people that know the podcast that you never thought you would ever wanna listen to whatever right. It's good stuff. Well thanks for tuning in everyone. We appreciate it as always you can visit us at dot com where we provide tools resources and wonderful things of that nature to help you manage the obstacles of your career. Thanks julian appreciate it. Thanks so much and he tom.

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Joyland (2013)

Chat Sematary

36:08 min | 3 months ago

Joyland (2013)

"Hey everyone chat cemetery is back. I'm your host. John chapman and today i am joined by eric sykes and we're talking all about joy land. It's one of king's case crime novels. It is the second of three now. That later is out. But derek how you doing. I'm doing really well. Thank you for having me on. Of course and sense it is your first time on the podcast. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about yourself. Sure so i am a theatre. Major at the university of minnesota That's kind of what my main thing is. I have a horror podcast though called. And that's it featuring juno and derek which host with my best friend you know we kind of just talk whatever. We want to mostly horror movies right now. We're talking nightmare. On elm street friday the thirteenth which is a lot of fun to dive into those series but stephen king was kind of my entry way into horror like my mom is a huge fan of his books. We've had all of his books. Basically all of my life like there are some of the first movies. I remember seeing so. It's exciting to be here talking about a book. I remember being excited for up to. Its release yet. It's funny. I didn't get into king until way more recently and really it kind of started to snowball this podcast. Because i had read a few books here and there. I had read the shining. The girl who loved tom gordon the green mile. I believe maybe a couple others but it was a similar situation. The books were just always around and they were actually on a bookshelf. Right outside my room. At one point. So i would walk by them all the time and i'm just like you know i should read these eventually. And then this started and you know. I've made it to twenty thirteen in his bibliography that that's pretty good. Pretty good almost almost done here. Yeah i mean. Certainly in the bibliography of stephen king rats. That's a fair chunk. Yeah every time. I finish book. I'm like okay. we're closing in closing in. I mean are carey came out in the sixties right like late sixties so late seventies. I believe okay still a long time ago. You've made quite quite quite some progress. Yeah and let me tell you derek. I was excited that this was a short book for king normal sized book for most people. Yeah he does love his world building. Yeah i have noticed though that the hard case crime books in particular tend to be of a shorter length. And i don't know if that's just because of the publisher being different and they may be have different criteria for their books. Because i do own one other hard case crime book that isn't by king and it's roughly the same size too so there seems to be some uniformity with those books at least from what i have seen. But joy land features our main character devin jones who more often than not is called jones e. which is why i always have to look up character names because half the time they end up with nicknames. And i'm like what's your actual name. Yeah it's a thing he does and he'll refer to them in their ration- by multiple things so you kind of have to be like okay. So this person he's deaf and he's jones cool got it. Yeah yeah exactly. And to set up the story. Jones e. devon whichever you prefer is going through a of a rough patch with his girlfriend and they are trying to decide if they wanna take time apart she does. He doesn't want to do that and he ends up. Working at this amusement park called joy land and from king's description of joy land. It very much feels like not necessarily small town amusement park but you can tell right away that it's not like disneyland or six flags or something like that. It's a much more local thing that doesn't feel larger than life necessarily for sure it gives more carnival than like theme park. Yeah for sure. And i just love the way. He describes the park throughout the book. Because you can really put yourself in this story and feel like you're walking around the park with all of these characters that we see and you know there are definitely some characters in this. You have the fortune teller rasi. You have the rooming house owner mrs shop law. And you know. I don't know if i'm pronouncing a bunch of these names correctly because when you read you don't hear them but then you have the much easier names pronounce in tom and erin and this theme park the name of it. You wouldn't think it would be dog themed right. I mean docs joyful but joy land feels like a very generic name. Yeah it really does. And you feel like you're just kind of going to get this generic look and feel with this carnival esque theme park but instead it's like beagles and happy hounds things like that and it really takes this idea that you have initially and kind of flips it on its head because you kind of get this picture of this theme park one way but then you're like oh but they threw a bunch of people in dog suits around the park. So then you're like okay. This doesn't necessarily seem to mesh very well but at the same time. I think it gives the theme park some personality that it wouldn't have had they gone the generic route. Yeah and that's what i really love about. Really all of kings work for the most part is. He's always so specific like he gets. What makes these like places significant right like with a small town. You know like dairy or something. He so specific about what that town is and what makes makes its heart and really he treats joy land like one of his small towns he does and i found myself getting a little disoriented when characters would leave the park. And i'm like wait okay. Where is this in relation to the park. And i don't know if it's because i wasn't paying as close of attention when the characters were not in the park but it was something where i was like. Okay hold on. There's a shop like a little shopping mall all of a sudden and you know he leaves and goes to the boarding house that he's staying at obviously but then he also visits another house. And i'm kind of like wait. Where is this in relation. And i think this is i. I love it when books have maps at the beginning of them and this happened most recently with under the dome i was like. Oh well yes. I'm sure that's helpful with under the dome being that. Under the donors pages long. Yes but i mean joy land i get joy land like i understand it So my dad is from new rochelle. Which is this suburb. Outside of new york city is that in connecticut. No is in new york. But it's right by that. I know some people like call connecticut the suburbs of new york. Sometimes i wasn't sure on location there. Yeah no that that is also true. There is the playland Like i don't know if you've seen the movie big about playland is where most of that action takes place and the relation of playland to new rochelle. New york city reminds me a lot of a relation of joy. Land heavens bay and heavens beach okay. Yes see i. I grew up in southern california so theme parks like this didn't really exist. I mean i guess you could think of i. I don't even know 'cause it seems bigger to me but knott's berry farm was like the theme park near disneyland. That wasn't as big as disneyland. And it wasn't like as big as six flags as far as the roller coasters. Go and everything like that so it was like somewhere in between like small local town carnival theme park and disneyland or six flags so that middle ground. Where you're just like this is a thing it's popular in this area. But i don't think you really had tourists going to knott's berry farm in the same way you did with disneyland where you would have people from other countries coming. You know. maybe they would hit up knott's berry farm if they found out about it but most of them were there for disneyland. Totally really i mean. And that's kind of also what makes joy land feel very king ask is like he's dealing with local like the problems are local problems and unless it's one of his epics king really likes local stories and he does such a great job of making you feel like you are in that community when he does that any really does that with this park to actually once we find out that jones he wants to stay for the quote unquote season while the park is closed because they still need people around to make sure the rides are running and things like that. It's like these theme parks are closed for parts of the year. But there never really vacant. I understand that completely. I know. I just have my dad. Like is from new rochelle and that's true. I've been to many times been in that area. I myself grew up in minnesota and actually in minnesota right now but So i grew up in a town called roseville and we have the minnesota state fair in our town. Okay and so the state fairgrounds. I've been there during the off season. And that really reminds me of toilet state fair. I think much bigger than joy land is but it reminds me in that like you know kind of a rite of passage for high school. People is like work at the state fair. And then you can work in a booth or you. Can you know you could be a game. Hawker or something. And then you can. Work like custodial over the off season with most of the year. Yeah but this whole kind of life. I mean we weren't is like working at the state hair but it reminded me a little bit of it. It's not exactly the same. There's a time displacement. Of course. But there was a lot of it that i recognized and so i was able to connect with the life and connect with jones. Even though i don't necessarily think of myself that similar to him. I understood his like choices and his emotions which i really like obviously with this being a hard case crime novel. There's a crime we have to talk about it. And what we find out as devon and his friends find out is that there was a girl named linda gray and she was murdered in the ride called horror house which is the only ride that is like dark and i guess kind of scary and this wasn't the exact five i got from it but it kind of felt like a play on haunted mansion or something like that definitely like i understood what the ride was supposed to be. Yeah because when you go to disneyland. You're not thinking dark rides either. But then they have things like pirates of the caribbean and haunted mansion and those are very dark inside and that was kind of what it reminded me of which was a fun little thing but you have the fact that her ghost is still haunting this ride and anytime someone would see her. It's like they didn't want to admit that they saw her to which i think just added something a little extra to what was going on in that ride in particular because there's a whole string of unsolved murders which we find out later and devon makes it his mission to unravel this whole story and try and figure it out because he's just so drawn to join land and it's clear that he's kind of using joy land as a coping mechanism because he doesn't want to have to really emotionally deal with what was happening between him and wendy. So you have that whole aspect to it as well and this gives him something to do to take his mind off of everything else and even though this isn't like a pleasant thing to look into. I thought it was really well done and added to his character because king is really really great at character work and he does a very good job of building devon up throughout the whole story. We don't get his entire story all at once. You know we get this thing. That happens to him. That is a catalyst for everything else that he does. After that i totally totally agree. It's one of the things that i really admire about king's writing even and books that aren't near the top of my list. I always feel like he does a good job of like dropping us into these characters like we. We have an event that happens usually an inciting incident. You know which is a common writing thing you base unita. If you're writing an an rather than like having us get all this exposition up to the inciting incident. He uses the inciting incident to than tell us about these people. Which is i think why. His works have stuck around so long really and why so. Many of them are so beloved. Yeah he also kind of makes you wish you could visit these places. Even though terrible things happen there he paints them in such a way that you're inherently curious about them for sure and i mean with joy land more so than a lot of places he writes about. I mean even with the legacy of murder hanging over joy land. It seems to be for the most part a happy and well intentioned place and then we'll find out later but like the haunting that's happening isn't even malicious right like it's just sad. Yeah it really is and you feel like the entire time. There's been no justice for years upon years and we see moments where devon kind of takes on this hero role. He saves this girl and then he saves a co worker and the paper comes out and interviews him. Which you know. It's a small local paper but it's a big deal in that town and by the time we get to. He's figured it out. You've done all of this buildup and you know he's not going to just give in or give up at the last moment right we really see. We've really see someone become passionate about something right and you know whether or not that's a healthy thing to do because it's obviously it starts as a distraction. I mean he's this accidental hero. Which came does a lot. But he's not someone who like he didn't come to joy land solve the murder right like right. He came to joy land because he was a sad boy and that he kind of just get sucked in because he falls in love with the idea of joy lands i think and then he almost becomes like joy lands protector in a way even like if the epilogue entirely successful like he he he a lot about himself and he learns how to move on and i mean that's what this whole that's what this whole of really is about. It's about moving on yet. And he is only able to do that as he fosters. These new friendships and relationships. And one thing i wanted to ask you about was how you felt about the relationship between devon and anne because it's clear anne is significantly older than devon. She has a son who. I don't know exactly how old he is. But you know he's not five. Yeah well i like that actually. I think it's really cool because so often we get these stories and it's like the younger woman right significantly younger woman and so this kind of flips it on its head but it doesn't make it a. There's nothing weird about it. Like jones ian anti just kind of come together naturally and i mean i love annie as a character. I love that her. Her thing is annually. I think that's really fun. And i mean i think it's great that the essentially female lead is the single mom who doesn't take shit and is really strong and really cool like i was thinking about analysts like love to be friends with anti i think is great. There's some ambiguity to her character too because you get bits and pieces of her story but she's a character who you don't need to know every single detail about you can just kind of get the broad strokes and understand what she's going through without having to know you know her entire history from childhood until now exactly and i think that's what works so well about the characters in this story is we don't need to know their entire history. We don't need long exposition. Monologues because king makes them feel real. So like when you're when you're with a real person you know you don't get everything right away at the beginning you don't learn their entire history right. It's things are revealed to you as it comes naturally and then some things weren't revealed at all but you still. You still know the person you still can have a connection with them and joy land it. I mean it has that magical realism. of course that is a staple of kings work but it really feels like it's this group of real people which makes the story more fun too because like we said early on. This isn't a long book. I think my copy comes in. You know a little under three hundred pages so by king standards. This is like a third of a book here now and it's always interesting to see what he's able to do with the shorter page count because this isn't like the dark tower or something where we're getting sprawling descriptions or roland telling lengthy lengthy stories instead. Were getting a story that largely stays in one place you know with the dark tower there constantly on the move so you have a lot more going on in the world as a whole whereas this you really just feel like joy. Land is the central location. And anything else that happens. Outside of joy land isn't necessarily inconsequential. But it doesn't really impact what is happening at joy land right and i mean a lot of kings longer works. He'll take little traces with minor characters for like a chapter. But here it's really streamlined. And i think that makes joy land one of king's most accessible novels especially for first time readers. I mean mine was my first king. Novel was the girl who loved tom. Gordon which i think is very similar and not only length. I'm in the girl who left. Gordon's a little longer than this. But it feels very like spatially. It has unity of space. Because it's mostly in one place girl tom gordon mostly in the woods. Joy land mostly enjoy land. And you're you're with a central character even if there are other relationships going around like this is jones e. story right. Yeah and it just works. I don't know it's also not quite a coming of age story. But he's at that college age where you're still figuring things out with your life so it's not exactly like it or the body but you still have. That feeling of this guy has a little bit more to learn about life before he religious dives in and starts to figure things out. He's very much in an in between phase. If you will right and as a college student right now i mean. I'm a junior in college. So i have after the semester. I'll have a year left. I really related to jones e. in that way a lot and i appreciated not coming of age story. You're right in that. He is older but it is a coming of age story in like structure and seeing him. And what we're learning about jones. What jones us learning about himself and the world and it made me thinking. I was like you know it would be really interesting if we started looking at College aged people through the coming of age lens more. I think it would be more provide us more honest stories and it will provide us more interesting stories and i think that came was so smart to do that with joy land. Because it's a story that feels for college person to be at the center of yeah like it's maybe a little. It's not even one of his darker works but it would feel like a lot from us to be happening to one of his kid protagonists and he does put kids through a lot another books. Oh yes i mean like you mentioned it. that's a whole thing but like it feels like there's an appreciation for nuance with the story of linda. Right that requires the protagonist to not be fully like integrated into the world in a very cynical way but a little more mature than an early teen. some think he really uses the characters aged advantage. I agree with that. And there's another big event that we haven't touched on just yet but jones gets to know this guy mike who is severely ill. He is then introduced to anne who we already mentioned because we talked a little about that relationship there but what he does which really becomes the turning point of the story is he sets up a private visit for mike and anti to go to the park because him and anti know that mike is dying and jones wants to do this nice thing for him. Just give him the chance to have fun and go on some rides. And it's mike's presence. That kind of helps. Linda come out of her haunting of the ride basically and his dog is the one who kind of directs your attention to that which i thought was very interesting because clearly this story full of dogs like we said. But this one's real not just a costume so you have that going for you there and the dog just kind of sits in front of horror house and won't respond when mike an ear calling him so you know something's up and in a way it almost felt like that was his version of giving a kid power in this story. It's like you let the dog be the one to kind of point you towards the right direction. I in the dog of it all makes sense to me in terms of kings larger works. I know i keep bringing up kings other works but i mean when one a writer has this march written. It's really hard not to Dogs are often like through king shown as pure and good right and of course. There's a huge exception in cujo. But even then that's meant to be a subversion what we feel king would normally do and so like the dog kind of being like in plot terms of gateway to who understanding. I mean it makes sense to me absolutely and it's really hard to not bring up his other works while doing this podcast especially because even though joylin doesn't specifically tie into any one work of kings and you know that's probably because it's a hard case crime novel and not one of his under his usual publisher but there's something about his work overall that you can't help but bring up all of these connections parallels that like that and i really liked how he built up to this final act enjoy land so you know the last. Let's say fifty to seventy five pages really is where i think things start ramping up a lot. And you have devon going through not only the motions of missing wendy but of him then burying himself in this mystery and he loses his virginity to anti and he has so many things going on all at once that when he has this realization that lane. Hearty is the person who killed linda all those years ago. And you know he has to confront him and it's not a simple confrontation. It's not like hey you just need to tell this person. Something which a lot of confrontation is just people kind of building up the courage to say something to someone but with this. There's a danger element to it. Yeah it really does. I mean even the fact that once he kind of has that final confrontation with the carney killer right and the killer is like very adamant that things have been a certain way up until now regarding jones's investigation like it feels like a set up almost like oh if we didn't know that this was being narrated by jones from the future it would feel like it was going to be one of those works where there's a huron sacrifice almost i mean. That's not what happens. And of course we get a psychic stuff involved so anti comes at rescues him but there is that sense of even. Though you know what's happening like you know jones himself is going to be okay. It doesn't negate the fact that like yeah. It is tense and the whole last. I mean what ends up being. The last quarter of the book due to its short size is very tense. And it's a great thriller. It really is and it makes me intrigued enough to want to check out some other hard case crime novels by other authors. Just because it feels like there's something different about these novels after having read the colorado kid and now joy land that i really enjoy and i think with king he is really known as a horror writer but he does so many other things you know this has horror elements to it. Obviously you have the ghost element of linda gray. And then the guy he saves. And i'm totally spacing. The co workers name but at first devon thought he might have been the killer but he removes his gloves as he saving him and realizes. Oh yeah this dude. Just wears gloves. Because he does have really bad psoriasis. And that kind of leads us to mike being woken up by that guy that devon saved because he does eventually pass away and you have that whole element where devon did do the right thing but in the end it still had a negative but then there's that twist where the dead guy safe says life basically because anne is quite the sharp shooter. Was we find out when they're playing the carnival games and stuff like that so i liked how he was able to take this mystery and combine all of these characters in a way that things kind of came full circle. He would tell us something about a character and he knew that it was important. And we'll come back around whereas we necessarily didn't write. It never feels like he's pulling us. He's pulling us along in terms of were invested in this mystery but it never feels like he's winking at us like when he's telling us about the characters like anne being a sharp shooter like with a great i and the whole anti oakley comparison. It doesn't feel like he's like oh you get it you get it like. Do you see what's going to happen. It's just it's kind of a natural events that comes up and then like he also sets the stage for for more things on these characters. Lives like when. Tom sees linda's ghost and his angry and confused right like that. That's something that haunts him until he dies. And even though that's not doesn't tie into the main mystery in terms of the the reveal the conclusion It's something that affects tom. And we don't necessarily know how until you know. It's revealed tom died. Young right like Definitely something we interpret as being important that and also the co worker too. He saves that. You're forgetting the name of his eddie. Okay i feel like it started with an e. But i couldn't really put my finger on it even though there. Aren't that many names that start with e really. I was ernie. So thank you for that. Like i said before we started recording here. I'm usually terrible at remembering character. Names especially ones that kinda just pop in and out. And i know there weren't a lot of characters in this but i really did like what he did with all of the characters. Even ones like tom and erin. And you really feel devon forming a bond with a lot of these people that he met at this place and you know. I think that is something that will happen with summer. Jobs when you're in college particular it's like you get to know these people that you're seeing on a regular basis but it's not like you're spending every waking moment with them so when devon was getting into the mystery and getting help finding stuff out because you know one of his co workers had access to the library and then her boyfriend was kinda like you know what maybe maybe leave her out of this going forward now and i just like the little moments like that because they really kind of let you know who these characters were. Wall still leaving joan z. As the main focus the main character in the story. You didn't need back story on every single person we met at joy land. And you you know derek. I think i don't have too much more to say about this book. I did really enjoy it. Which always plus and is there anything else. You want to bring up about this book before we wrap up. I mean not really. I also really enjoyed it. And it's a departure in many ways for king but it also definitely fits right in with his other work. You know it has no magical realism. Like i said and the characters the way they interact feels very true to king style. But other than i liked it and i definitely think it's worth checking out not really also. I think this is kind of unrelated. But i think this would make a great stage play. You definitely have some fun. Props suv with this one. Yeah i mean. I think that's that's all my thoughts on joy. Land awesome while derek. Thank you so much for joining. Is there anything you want to plug again real quick before we go here Just once again. I have my podcast called. And that's it featuring juno end derek. You can follow us on twitter at juno and derek. You can also follow me on twitter at derek site seventeen. I think i have a fun. Twitter i tweet the most wild unhinged stuff. You'll ever see so definitely follow. If you want to be scared there will be links to all of those things in the show notes for the listeners. And derek thank you again for having me all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support the podcast on patriae on for a dollar a month. You'll get a thank you on the show for two dollars a month. I will send you a chat cemetery sticker and want to follow us on social media. You can do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show at. That's a huge help. And as always thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day.

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Red Cross Blood Services Cedar Fair Ticket Giveaway is July 6th

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

12:29 min | Last month

Red Cross Blood Services Cedar Fair Ticket Giveaway is July 6th

"Today we're welcoming. Max miller central ohio blood services representative for the red cross. The marion public library community podcast studio. It's another episode of the mary. Now podcast max. How you doing my friend. You will paul just want to say thanks to you and to magic ninety five nine for today Appreciate the opportunity you give me to kind of talk and promote some of the things we have going on here at the red cross. Oh absolutely i know one of the big things that you have gone on is something that you've done for years and you're able to do again here in two thousand twenty one and that is your blood drive where folks get a ticket for a cedar fair amusement park. Tell us a little bit about the event in how folks can take advantage of that though. The fair drive is usually our biggest drive. All your areas It is tuesday. July six and from twelve pm to six pm. It'll be at the very of columbus building and their banquet hall. I want to thank mary. Knights of columbus for allowing us to company or Year after year and have this great event Special thanks to skip davis. He's my blood program leader that make sure we're we're set up and we're good to go there at the Some donor will get one free tickets to any cedar fair parks A lot of people probably a procedure point but you kings island any cedar fair parks. These tickets can be used at Just as a disclaimer. They will have an expiration date on. It might have already passed. But these aren't going to be earned through september of twenty twenty one. We'll let you know after drive. You know that might have an expiration date but you're going to go there and we've got another promotion going on also during that time So jenner's get a free ticket and then it also get a red cross hat while supplies last. That's cool that's cool in your dorm. The hat deal for the entire month of july. Right is actually from july first to july six at the beginning of the One of our critical weeks where usually your holiday dependence. Stay right there before so Donations or a little harder and harder to the owners and so this kind of a thank you for taking time out of your. You know your family over here you know. You took outs and company trying to help save lives so we do appreciate that To get signed up or this drive you can call one eight hundred red cross. They can Finding a plane before you that way. Or if you go to redcrossblood dot org there's gonna be a red box in the top right corner and there's two ways you can either put in marion zip code or three three zero two and that'll bring up. All the blood drives that are associated with that zip code or if you want to specifically just sign up for theater drives. You can enter marion casey. That's all one word. Time doesn't have to be capitalized or anything. Marion casey and that'll just bring up specifically the cedar fair drive. Well that's cool but you do. Have some other drives going on in some before the july six dr tells them but about those and some of those have some nice gifts that come with them as well right absolutely yep so We had a From t-shirt promotion going on not last all the way to the june thirteenth. So we've got a mortgage there The last drive though we haven't variant is tomorrow to get the t shirts and that is that Vfw post thirty three thirteen. That's from eleven. Am to five pm. The address there is nice. Sixty one north main street so We still got some appointments leopard. Our uh you redcrossblood dot. Org like i said put in variance if a coming up with you're not able to cedar fair drive And if you wanna go a little further down the road on friday the eleventh where the union. Ymca marysville five as well as you can't make the drive tomorrow We've got some some great promotions going on Through june and july Starting with the ending with the t shirts on the thirteenth and fourteenth A five dollars amazon gift card worth every donation companies donate Make sure we have your current email address and then we will send you a five dollars. Amazon gift card that can be redeemed online. It's a digital gift card. You get a card in the mail and everything. It'll come through email. So you wanna make sure we have your most current email address and then leaving the july like i said and we have the red cross voided hats Those that is from july first on six. So there's dates and my second we are at the million nasdaq rich. And that's eleven. Am to five pm. It's two thirty three west routes streets To the gym. That will say outreach center on the side of the lower parking lot. But we'll have the hats there that drive and then also on saturday july will be at the american red cross chapter house and ninety two three pm little earlier case you want to go after church before you have family. Get together the cookout for the fourth of july. We'll have the have there that That drives as well and then also After the S the hats promotion. We have to cool Promotions that are going So we have the cedar spirit. Dr but also on other drives in july july first of july thirty first There's two grand prize packages. They are trip for four to cedar point knott's berry farm so top of the individual tickets on the six you can also win a prize package One of our other. Would you lie. You can't make it and then the last one From july seventh to july thirty first You will receive an automatic entry when he only a for a chance to win gaspar here that the five thousand dollar value there's going to be three lucky winners So july seven furnished. You can wait. Your which is awesome. That is cool. You have a lot of things going on and and it's nice to be able to get out and do these things. Because i know during the pandemic you guys had some issues getting blood from folks because of all the different restrictions and everything like that now that those restrictions are starting to be eased. People are getting back into life There i think more people are going to come out. But you've got some really nice things but you also probably have some folks that are questioning. I did get the vaccine. I didn't get the vaccine can donate. Can i not not donate. What are some of the questions that you're getting right now about donating blood today with everything that's happened with covid. Yeah so just You know what things want stuff. The most of which is took fifty highest priority We've had this update or amass politics guidelines so if you're fully vaccinated as master option if you chose not to get the vaccine. We do ask. He's still wearing a mask We're still social distancing keeping you know trying to keep our our collections team our donors and our volunteers as we're doing some extra Disinfecting of services and equipment so we're just infecting the best seats where people are sitting. You know spreading everyone out making sure. They're they're social distancing in place Using sanitizer When you drive throughout the days prophet is just like i said trying to ensure the safety of everybody and then we encourage Donors to schedule. An appointment is possible. I know sometimes you don't know your schedule was. It's going to be but when you schedule that kind of a let us help manage the flow drive. So we don't have that real long way. We know how many to expect. Roughly we can wear staff can take their break. Took their lunch with just handle it. A little better slow. The drive is fully we. We can't take walking usually We're seeing a lot of shows so we do encourage donors to go to redcrossblood dot. Org sign up for an appointment time or call. One eight hundred cross get that time just to secure slot you know. And obviously things change if You need to change your time. You can always do that if something comes up. You can obviously change your appointment time but just to just to get in there and outside start really helps us manage the flow of donors At the time and then one other partnership i wanna highlight shows in june The red cross in american cancer society or teaming up like we do every year and we're cringing people across the country to give blood to give time so Actually cancer patients us Quarter of what's plot. And that's more than patients by any other disease. But only three percent of americans only blood any given year. So there's a huge gap between how much cancer patients need. And then how many how many we actually get any. So we've partnered with the american cancer society. I'm just trying to encourage people you know. People are going through. Chemotherapy at blood transfusion might give them. Some relief might help improve their quality of life and then with the pandemic You know a lot of Procedures and patient visits were kind of forced to be delayed or cancelled. Those are going to resume. Our blood products are going to be critical for those cancer treatments. So we do ask you please please help Think the those that are fighting kings right now It affects everybody. Everyone knows someone that's gone through it. So we We we appreciate being able to partner with him cancer society. Do that rally cry for for the patients that need. Wow great stuff max. Meller central ohio blood services representative for the red cross. And max. good stuff man. Anything else you wanted to add today. One last phone Just cute hit a few dates. Here shirt oh It's already passed. But third was dr charles drew birthday. He's instrumental in developing techniques for blood storage and developed the first large scale like banks through the first medical draft out the red cross world blood donor. Day is fourteenth. You know you want to Rally with us and reasonableness for those blood thinners that we need to fourteen and then world sickle cell awareness. day is june nineteenth and i want to highlight Their is we're going to have a blood drive at the Variant ymca and sponsored by the black heritage council peace and freedom committee minority commission They're having ju- teeth juneteenth events and one of the events is sponsoring a blood drive at the marion. Ymca it's Sickle cell drives. So we're trying to get African american black the owners to come in and help those the sickle cell patients that need specific blood type and those traits Not as from ten. Am to three pm. Saturday june nineteenth at the american family. Ymca the six forty five barks wrote east and wanna thank terry dyer and smoke and They've been my blood program. Leaders been instrumental in trying to spread the word get people signed up so we greatly appreciate them and then at the ymca say heather right. Some here slater Graded they're going to host us allows us to come in their facility so we we greatly appreciate that I mean the american star. Yesterday tara had an interview and she said that the first four donors are going to get a twenty five dollar walmart card. And i look this morning and you're still thought left at ten. Am so you wanna sign up and get that twenty five dollars walmart car that syllable And then the The church with the largest Largest percent of donors from their congregation. You're gonna get a two hundred dollar Gift to their ministry also tried one plaques. So i'm doing great things. They're trying to promote world sickle cell. And stay on aging teeth. So i just wanna give a shot to them and then also in june nineteenth. We have the in through that as well. So if you can't make it to berry and if you're a little outside area from eight. Am to two pm. We're at the baptist church right so twenty years for people that donate You have any questions at all. You can reach me at seven. Four zero two six two nine seven eight seven or maxed dot miller dot org to answer any questions. You may have Or help you get signed up scheduled for a driver just healthy overall in general understand the process absolutely and remember redcrossblood dot org just put in the zip code and you're going to get the list of all the different ones that max was talking about. Those are there. You can certainly call one eight hundred red cross and get details as well. Max miller from the red cross joining us today central ohio blood services representative max. I appreciate the time.

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Recapping The *Good* Moments Of 2020

Twinning with Sisanie

36:53 min | 7 months ago

Recapping The *Good* Moments Of 2020

"When you look down the road at your future what you see years spin at a job. You don't like you could have a healthcare career. You love an american career. College can help. Acc offers a variety of programs like medical assistant nursing and more. Just take the first step and call for a campus tour. Learn more about training for a variety of healthcare fields at american career college dot. Edu or call eight five five. Acc t o d a y for a campus tour. When being your best matters. American career college dot edu acc cannot guarantee employment. Let's check in with the twins. It's tweeting it is december fourteenth. Twenty twen t hulo. It's this any producer erica. Hello welcome to another episode of twenty in with society brought to you by american career college when being your best matters i think this is our last podcast of twenty twenty. I'm trying to adjust zoom. Here he will it It is. It's not just another episode. It's the last one of the year. Sad i am but i need it but it's only two week. I need a break dropping. Chris christmas presence last night and i forgot like how much my body aches when i rap christmas gifts on one the why or i don't know it's such a big family so i feel like it's just endless and this is even all of it like this is probably a third of the wrapping and i. I was dropping for like three hours last night. like nonstop. who all were you. Who all are you buying gifts for like. Oxy your kids. Your husband may kids my husban- And for them it's multiple gifts is not one And then parents My parents Aunts uncles My nieces and my nephews Michael side of the family. I mean that's true. You guys have a lot of nieces and nephews from all combined we do. And then there's like an extension like family friends and things like that and so while let's get in there but Yeah but i mean. It's it's cute and i was really debating what to do with them because right now everything's just been in a room and We'll obviously santa's gonna bring presents for the kids ryo christmas morning but for all the other stuff like presents to my parents and our relatives like do. I just put those under the tree. Because i know it's gonna be really confusing for the kids which it was so i put them today onto the drag. Because i'm like. What am i do with these candidates in my room at this point like no so i mean every year. I've always just put him under the tree. But we didn't have kids before. That really understood it. So i put them under the tree and then sure enough this morning. I'm like it's going to be really confusing. They're gonna think it's christmas morning. So they waco they wake up and they're like run to the tree. And i was like no like these are presents for nine nine data grandma and papa like these are not as maxims presence. Okay go open these presents. We don't in there like we have never seen presents before that or not for us. We're truly so although there are few for them sprinkled in there but right. But yeah. I mean i i was like whoa. The to eventually learns. I can't just like stash. The presence learn tire life. No i think this is probably the year where they can start to like. Get it your. And i tried to explain to them and these are not easy. Maximum santa brings those presents christmas morning. Santa will bring them okay and they'll be they'll be different ones from santa and there's it actually helped that our nanny walked in about ten minutes into this with presence because this is her last week with us before christmas next week off and so they were just like let them opened up she they opened up all of her gives. It just keeps on. They got a bunch of toys from her and they're gonna like start being like no christmases two days. The far relatives that just been like dropping stuff off of them on the porch and like Yeah because they are like we're not going to see you. So give him a gift blah blah. So are you having like our. I know you're seeing some family members after like certain quarantine period. But are there some people that you're not going to see and you're going to need to go do like distance drop-offs. There's a few that. I won't see and i think for them. I'm gonna just do e gift cards on the my cousin lives in She live when a park think. Okay so far. It's like by disneyland. Knott's berry arming area. So it's like not worth shipping but lake to do a casual. It's like my nieces. And my nephews are at an age right now or they're teenagers like they don't want money and they won't give cards and they don't want you to pick out their clothes for them anymore. Remember hitting that face. Yeah like my nieces might. Sister told me that they wanted these gift. Cards from these stores. I've never even heard of and i was like. Is this like the charlotte. Russe now for kids. The forever twenty one because like that was my jam back in the day but so yeah doing basically like very boring gift for my nieces and nephews but i just know that that's what they want. So yeah simple. But for the littles they get the toys and they get all the fun stuff So yeah we kind of wrapped up all of our holiday shopping officially yesterday And stuff now being shipped from these next few weeks in like one of the timeframes. I got was Till the twenty four. Oh yeah. I do secret. Santa with my girlfriends from home and this year. We're doing it distance. Obviously so i had to ship something to her and it was like good arrive january fourth and i was like we know it's to find something else because we're doing it on december twenty seven and it sucks so bad because i really got the majority of everything done before thanksgiving like i had a good chunk of all of our stuff done before thanksgiving because i i read the news every single day for work and i been i've been telling los angeles you guys should star by who out because things are going to get backed up and you know because a covert like you know with delivery and this this that and then sure enough here. I am in the same predicament. Nothing nothing said january four. So i think i'm good but it was at sea stuff so i didn't even bother with at sea so i was gonna go on. Yeah some kids and was like there's no way because this camera stuff and it's always takes forever totally. My family did this thing this year. Were basically it was like. We are only shopping local small business and so we really had like my entire gifts are from the and so i had order them. The week of thanksgiving and this was the one that i held off on your thought that counts it. Sure is eventually it's not a big deal. It's like ryan's gave not arriving in time. Well it is what it is. Oh my gosh yeah well also like such a good gift though. Thanks like you've got someone asked about it. Actually so we'll just jump ahead really quick. I want asked. where did you get. Brian's olive tree for aw i got it from williams sonoma. Yeah not at all. But i was expecting to say i was expecting to be like some italian website. Yeah let's tree farm right. He does originate from spain and And i saw in what i did. Was i googled. Olive tree like olive tree gift. Yeah i thought. Originally i could like by him a like an actual crazy huge tree somewhere in like put it under his name like. That's what i was thinking about doing like an olive tree at had it or exactly but then That one of those that popped up. And i was like oh. This is cute up one of his own. I mean so. I thought it was kind of cute but Yes really simple. And then i think i think what you can even get them from other places like i think one eight hundred flowers was even selling the what. Yeah but it wasn't in the gathering time either so but they're cute. It's like If you put it indoors by light it'll grow up to eight feet and if you planet outdoors it can grow up to twenty five feet. Also like eight fi. How dollar may ceilings ten. If i yeah ten nine hundred zero. 'cause i'm like is it wouldn't fit in like a normal curling over. I told my calls like we should get a really huge christmas tree. They like curves over like hits the ceiling. Inches curves down. Isn't that like a grinch thing. Yeah mary go alright. I thought this podcast. We could do a little rewind of twenty twenty The good stuff. Not the bad right And there was a few highlights that we were kind of brainstorming about one of them obviously being the twins to to it was such a special year because it was their goldenberg that then got hijacked by covid totally so well. We didn't get covid. But you know what i mean. They're all back down. If i remember. I don't with i planning it before the pandemic i can't remember us. You were starting to. And then i remember you being like the guest list is too crazy. We're going to have to just do family and like super close friends and then today and you're like we're doing none of it and we're doing none of it. So did i still decorated the house. The house is like head to toe. I know there's no head to toe and a house. But you know what i mean. Steely floor gold. Balloons gold What are those little lake. Tinsel courtney things streamers not a streamer visit a streamer and i guess it would just be like tinsel-curtain yeah tinsel-curtain people know you're saying you know what i mean. We had those. I got them really cute outfits on the And it was just the four of us and it was actually kind of nice and it was at the beginning of the pandemic because it was may second on a beginning. I guess six weeks about so no family. Nobody really We didn't do a era. We did it. We debated on doing the drive by parade thing but we thought it would be traumatizing. If they saw their family members and not be able to be right. I'll be like stop and say hi to grandma. Because i remember like once we kinda started doing poor chains. You know unlike what kind of we're starting to feel a little bit more safe like okay with we wear our mask. Me like are outside. Sixty two par on the porch than can come over. And we'd have some friends come over. They were the most anti-social kids because they hadn't seen anybody for like two months and they were just right geared of everyone that wasn't us we'll also it's weird like it's hard for them to understand like whether or not they can hug someone or you know like they don't get it now but complicated it. Was you know it was a cute quaint. Little birthday party for them They got their toys. They got their cake. What was their vague Wasn't there cake that like mickey and minnie one. Yes i was obsessed with. I found the design a combined to designs that i found on pinterest and i said those pictures to the bakery. And said could you this. And they're like yeah for like five hundred bucks now. Two hundred k. Now you only get your golden birthday one. That's what i figured. I was like i would be spending a lot more. We were actually thrown a real party. You have like a crazy golden birthday yet. Not crazy yes. I i made a big deal about it because i was turning thirty one on first of lexical minds like in a year and a half mouth was very excited. Yeah it was it. I didn't go so golden themed though like it wasn't like gold every everything it was just It landed on tuesday so he made a taco tuesday and it was still the middle of a work week so it wasn't like we were getting dial but We ordered a there was like a taco guy. Mike i'm making tacos. And then michael surprise me with a muddy archie band and then surprised me with my parents coming out. Because i didn't think they were gonna make it up So it was really fun and was in our backyard of our old house Burchill sabre q. Why weren't you. there didn't know you were you. They can't do math of how many years ago that was five is ago. Oh i was still in college. I think so i had met you but then i was back at school Yeah interesting very So yeah that was their birthday and now they're almost three. No i mean kahuna have yeah. That's true that's true it's still it's still december fill out So that's one. Major highlight for twenty twenty I would say Conquering the beach. Conquering the sand for asia is another milestone yes You know has maximum. Always been cool with the beach. I think so like he never did the weird thing as where she won't let her feet us around team again. It a little scared. I think with the waves. Okay like the sound like them crashing. We kind of scare them a little bit but ever since we put them in the sand for the first time he was his like fistful of sand and his mouth. Like yes right element. He's like the turtles and finding nemo do see burchill. This is his vibe so that was really really fun I would say that would be highlight number. To highlight number. Three would be them transitioning into big kid beds. It's so cute When did that officially happens summer. no i li- We started buying the stuff in the summer. But because their actual bedframes backward right for forever We didn't actually transition them until late. September i'm gonna say maybe october autumn's like labor day weekend. No later i think all the stuff finally came around the okay and then you had to like bill burton. And then yeah. I don't know i can't remember. It was also think a highlight should be your lovely paintings on their walls but thank you that little. What is it moon and rainbow dane cts. Yeah they love them and it's funny because we were talking about reince leading their room because we we remodel garage. Just last week we re and slated it and i was just like oh my god to rip open all these walls that i just painted. Enslaved you're like. I don't know we can. We can do it from the outside. I was like so that'd be just tear apart the outside of the house. I don't know seems like a lot do it the next time. You're going to switch up their room. I think so. I think i don i feel like this is gonna be for the next couple of years and then they're gonna want bunk beds and more space in there to like be able to vote on play 'cause they're like are i mean they're closets fit all their stuff right now but like their shoes are bigger like. I had these cute little shelves for their shoes before. I can barely fit shoes in there now. Oh i know. So it's just they're growing up I would say another highlights. Are we doing five. Five highlights five. Okay we're we're at four now. I should on backwards. I guess there was no order. That's okay You'd think we would plan this out. We're really dove it now the mic on it and just started talking attempting to potty train them as the ongoing highlight for twenty twenty. It's it's gonna carry roll into twenty twenty one. Do you feel that will done. Honestly think honestly. I think as a is couple weeks out from oh from being and underwear all day and then maybe still have diaper at night but pull ups is some. Yeah yeah. I'm trying to avoid the pull ups because they consider them to be diaper still and number just like and they don't support they don't like absorb as much so then in your then it's just like it for sure does leaks out so it's like my eyes will not even. I'm almost nothing. I kinda wanna skip it. I mean we have them. Because we i didn't we didn't know we're doing it. Seems right but I have these like they're called like training underwear and they are thicker material. So they if she had a little squirt like a kind of dislike doesn't need to like gush out of her underwear. it kind of just gets absorbed. Almost like a diaper would right. You know to make that phase. This is very natural. I'm sure it is. It's just funny thinking about like happened the other day she was like oh no mommy and like as she paid a little bit in your diaper. By the time we went or not but her underwear and by the time we went to the toilet in nothing else to be to. She told you that. Yeah so she is ready at work. Yes we are like. It's getting there. And she and she takes off her diaper because she tells me that it's uncomfortable. Which is all the signs mag is like like he's like i'm good like the turtle from finding nemo once again to get him a little squirt escort. Don't that's that's what the turtle the little turtle's name or do you think as i will be basically out of diapers by the new year. That is hopeful. Okay Yeah maybe that could be a good little resolution. 'cause that's like two and a half weeks now. Yeah i mean we did really good this last when you look down the road at your future. What do you see years spin at a job. You don't like you could have a healthcare career. You love and american career. College can help. Acc offers a variety of programs like medical assistant nursing and more. Just take the first step call for a campus tour. Learn more about training for a variety of health care fields at american career college dot. 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Okay but i told you this in in the last podcast i feel if they have pants on than they forget that they have real under on the peace so i have to keep them in their underwear with no pants on and then and then i feel like eternal mother because it's like the middle of winter and its coal. Are they unlike sweat shirts. And like under basically they're gonna switch your underwear and then like really fuzzy socks like really thick socks. 'cause trying to keep the more i. This is a really good time for that. 'cause it's not like you have company coming over number it what a two year old is wearing anyway exactly. But you're like no one's coming over so run around in your underwear if you want. Oh my gosh do you want. Do you follow that Past passenger shaming on instagram account. No so it's usually really funny stuff like weird stuff like someone putting their foot on the armrest like from the behind you or like thumb one deal to rent like ears like this is like airplane. Airplanes pass shaming anyway. i think it's called passenger shaming just on instagram. They posted this video. And i was. I didn't know where i stood. Actually it was very. It was very eye opening for me as a mother of two year. Old or two year olds yet so they had a two year old on the plane so the video starts like this. The mom is crying and she goes. We just got kicked off a united airlines flight because my daughter could not keep her mask on. She's two years old. Did you see this. No so then. She was like she's in tears. Shoes it's like. How do you foresee a two year old. Like we're trying to put on her shoes like she wouldn't keep it on so she says she's never had any issues with any other airlines before. And that usually they kinda just like turn their head to any kids that are under the five two year olds didn't have to is on it. Yeah and two year old was kinda like the gray area age right like three. You're kinda getting and whatever yeah so So then she was like. I'm gonna show you guys the video above how it all went down so i'm literally like watching this with popcorn. Basically so it's like they. I'm so sucked into this point. Three minutes and you can tell like her husband's trying to put the mask on her in the baby just crying and she doesn't want it and he's not really like causing a big scene but She's just kind of like an irritated two year old like right and so the flight attendant comes up and he says i'm sorry you guys have to leave the aircraft. If she's not gonna keep her mask on and he was just like we're trying so what he did was he took off he. He had one of those like scarf masks around him so he took that off. He put it on his daughter and so he was should he was holding over her nose he was like i have her mask was like that's not gonna worry. I was just like a lot of back and forth and blah blah blah. And then i was reading the comments and didn't know like where i stood on it because i i was just like. Oh my god that's suck so bad like right it. If that happened to me. I would be so pissed and i also wouldn't think it would be that big a deal for two year old not to have her mask on right and a lot of people are just like sorry. No mask no service like it is what it is. Those are the rules. They can't bend the rules for one. Two year old and on another two year old and i was like that makes sense right when you really think about it like you like. You don't have kids like this was happening on a flight that you were on. Where would you stand. I don't know if i would care with it. Being like yeah. I like love kit. So much i'd be like i also thought it was a rule that like two and under doesn't have to wear them. I thought so too so If the kids like can hold a conversation and is just being a brat. Maybe i don't i don't think so this. This little girl had like literally a two year old. I care but It really got me just kind of like wondering like what the future would be like if we wanted to travel like next year. Because i'm assuming you might stop to wear masks on aircrafts like even if there's people that are being vaccinated and and stuff you know the day yeah about basically well thr- probably through most of twenty twenty one. We're still gonna be wearing masks. Even though governs game acclimated because it takes two doses and it's like rolling out and weights. I think we will be safely somewhat traveling but still wearing masks on airplanes. But your kids are pretty. Good about their masks aren't they. I mean maximum kind of is he like forgets a dawn like if i have had it on but as she's just she's like the little girl in the in the winter. That's why i really like it. Really hit home. Because i sent the video to michael like dude. I'm like this is our future if we try to travel with them next year like if they don't wear the mass we're gonna get kicked plane. Yeah i guess before your trip you'd have to do a lot of practice. How do you practice with a two year old or maybe three year old for us at that point but like to keep a mask on. If we're flying to new york or something like fats a five hour flight yes impossible. I don't know. I think it's likely you're going to take them on like a five hour flight. No i don't plan going on going anywhere. But i also didn't plan on twenty twenty and look great on never so i don't know is this very i opening. I guess 'cause i kinda was like this mom just like oh baby. Turn your the other way. It's not a big deal that but really rules are rules and you kind of have to see that a lot of people responding even like chrissy teigen responded like it was just like it was interesting. She kind of had the approach of like you know this happened with. I think she said it happened with lunar miles or something like that and and she understands she gets it. She's like i'd be pissed too but it's just we're just is what it is what it is and twenty twenty. You know anyways. I don't know how we got on that subject and wearing masks diverse them not wearing pants. All right let's round up our top five moments of two thousand twenty I would say Tv shows and movies were another kind of like staple for as a big hero for you guys at home big hero. You know really really glad that they you know we were always advise no screen time before the age of two and it really just like right when to. We were like well screen time. What we're stuck at home. So i know so it was really kinda just like that extra parent that we always need no So i'd cocoa melon is a show that i don't even know crack for kit. I don't know when it came out. Did it come out this year. Anyways we discovered this year. I have no idea so yes crack for kids. that's another one. it's just like a bunch of nursery rhymes and stories and some of them are original songs. I think that the show created blah blah. Masha and the bear was still another big staple in our home. That's the one that's from like russia. Yes yes but is it in english or yeah okay it's there. There's like three or four languages you can choose from okay. Sometimes we switched to spanish She is in Originally russian a believe. I think so in english blah blah Dora the explorer. They kind of started exploring with this year. Fun that as a kid. That's where it's so weird because it looks like an old computer video game. I mean i guess that's the con- the the concept of the show right kind of because he's up. So i have no idea i mean i got it on hulu. And they're starting starting from episode one in that looks like ancient cartoons They like it and Another one is pepe. Pig may like to with movies toy story. They're kind of right now in december not that obsessed with it because i try to put it on the other day. Maximum not always. Ira it was like okay. Are they into like. You're showing them like christmas movies and stuff right now. Yeah so all. Disney plus is a game changer. I don't even know i gotta is. I don't even all of our dvd. I mean in general who owns. Dvd's this point but like it's all just needs to go because everything streaming and with disney plus they actually just rearranged the stuff based on the season. So if it's christmas or showing all christmas themed mickey cartoons and things like that. So there's like this. Mickey christmas movie. There's a part one partout and they are obsessed with it like they watch it. Almost every day is it. Is there one where Donald duck is like scrooge donald duck is lake scrooges in it Okay and donald duck daisy duck and the three in who doing louis. I remember this movie. no i know. it's. It's called once upon a time. A chris mickey mouse christmas movie. Once upon a time in the sequel is twice upon a time of course But very hugh recommend the little mermaid is currently favorite movie As we've talked about that no part of your world a right. it's so cute. I need to film them. 'cause it's like getting to a really good point now where i can video tape them singing and it's just like it's so cute secret life of pi. Because before i was like you can really couldn't understand what they were saying but now they actually like get it live pets. Finding nemo and those three ghettos are still top of the list This was a big year for moana with them wasn't an right. I forgot about mwana. Never forget the cardboard chip. Yes oh my god remember that. Both michael may not have all the work. I can't know air clean out the garage. We he wanted to keep it still like no this time. Gleaning how was ed. Why or josh. So yeah that was another big one for sure We're gonna come back with your questions in just a second. 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The kids puzzles of their names. I it's ceo. Sorry i know but you really do. Rossio rossio Where did you get the The puzzles of their names. I'm confused we've had them for a long time. Oh they have the longest shout my sister-in-law michelle got them for them the but no. Because i think they were from like a street fair like i think it was like a vendor that was making him on the spot type of thing they saw on amazon. They sell similar ones on amazon. I've seen them before. So i think it's just a matter of like buying and then you'd put something in the notes like this is the name. Yeah they've had those for a long time ray. The ones that is in mexico have yeah. Yeah they've had since they were like barely crawling remember so cute and then let diaz. What was the drive through. Event at westfield dependent and was there an entrance fee. Yeah you pay per car. You can have up to seven people in the car and it's called wonderland So i think if you go to so cow wonderland dot com. That's their website and then you can Figure out. I i i wanna say. It's a flat fee But maybe depending on the day it goes up in price. No dodger stadium. Their prices are like staggered right rights. So i thought it was really really cute and then we just did like a curbside pickup for dinner because to pay west is like every restaurant and like so many stores and stuff so We went there and got curbside pizza blaze pizza and then came home. Now they're little outing was a big big night out. Kids enjoyed it. The kids loved it. It's yeah they really did. It was really really cute and the traffic was not as bad as it was to get tauscher thing. You did not nearly faint during that no it was very enjoyable very very very we bought these like you know they sell those like Those like like light up balloon sometimes. And you're leaving a concert stuff. And so they had like people were selling them right when you left and of course we bought to. As soon as we got home they were broken. I recommend buying and a half year old and the last thing you shared that video of the kids surprising the teacher. Oh yeah and just like it's so cute and so much. All by kelly and flow had message. You sang like a love these videos because they are educators. A kindergarten teacher. Bless your soul doing distance learning so just a shout out to the. I know i can't even imagine that like my My sister-in-law house talking about with the puzzles mama. She's got a five year old and he started kindergarten this year. And i just dyke. I while like it's just for them busy doing distance learning and like i know that like my My other my brother's ex wife. She is turning into the devices away from her My nephew who's i think he's eight this year Because it's so much screen time like it's like they're they're in front of that computer for school and then it's like you can't be done with school and then just be on your plan your video games again until she's dislike. I'm taking the devices for plane at this boy and like the other day she like posted a picture of my nephew like plane with hot wheels and he set up a whole race track in the living room and she was just like i haven't seen his hot wheels and so long. It's just like kids these days. I just imagined like. I think we from working all day like on the screens. Get exhausted of it and definitely not good for our brains. I'm like these kids should be running around and like playing recess. I that that's how i feel with mine. Because we are for a way more cooped up than we normally would be in totally. Sometimes they wanna go out and play in the backyard like when it's already dark out after dinner and yeah usually we pay. He'd be like no. It's too cold and you know. I'm like forget it. We have heaters out here. Let's turn on the heater. Let's put on your jackets. Let's bundle up and go out there and play on your jungle gym and like right. You know it's because they just need that Won the exercise to like that. An energy releaser like that mental release beating. Get them to go to bed. I'm sometimes that backfires they get too much energy Man it's going to be so different for them. You know probably or certainly this time next year being able to like see other kids next year. I hope that we could do more Out that they can be some sort of preschool learning situation. Are you hoping next fall. Hoping next fall. Okay but also i mean play by air. I mean they i. There's a lot of things on my mind when it comes the next year and then like it's just i wanna do. I want to get them into dance clause. I wanna get them into gymnastics. I want them into that. You're starting your own dance class. I you know. I said that. And they have. It's not very consistent. So that every play music i try to teach them dance. But that's pretty much. The extent of it garages all fully done. Yes we're getting there All right everybody. Thank you so much for a wonderful twenty twenty Tuning in i guess of podcasts podcasting describing downloading all that stuff It's been really different for eric. Neither do podcast like the you know maybe next year i mean we have the space. I'm going to have so much space in this room to have you ever because right now it's kinda like a hobby like huge couch in hair and all that stuff but I'm gonna make this more of like a this often lash studios so great. Well hopefully someday twenty one. We'll do an in person podcast ago. Why has some point So until then. I will be on instagram gas in social media these next couple of weeks so. Dm me say hello. happy holidays. All that good stuff and we will come back with some fresh new podcasts. At the start of twenty twenty one weird. I know it is weird. All right everybody love you and have a safe and In very fun trying to have fun holiday season happy new year. When you look down the road at your future do you. Years spin at a job. 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