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MOTW #44: Doc is back

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38:04 min | 1 year ago

MOTW #44: Doc is back

"Welcome back to mind. Everybody talk with you here as always. I know it's been a long time. We'll talk about that in just a minute. But I want to shout out. To our affiliates strikeforce energy strikeforce energy that energy drink that was developed in conjunction with a former navy. We seal who wanted all of the edge of an energy drink without all those nasty side effects. I drink this stuff all the time if I had to stay up late for a night shift a weird swing shift One of my additional duties now is doing some stuff with law enforcement. Which means I'm going out to provide medical coverage for high risk warrants and things of that nature? Sure and. Would you do stuff like that middle than I write. So gotta stay up. I don't necessarily like dribbling. I love coffee but I don't necessarily like drinking coffee on that long especially in the Texas heat so get a little strikeforce. Energy comes in these really convenient gel packs. 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W. and you know what if you've gone there in the past go there again typing it all the way in and I'm GonNa tell you why because over time time those cookies do expire and a you you want to give support to the podcast in addition to get these great supplements so either go on a dot com forward slash. Komo T. W. or go to the doctor. Mike Simpson Webpage Click on shop affiliates. And go through the links that you see there. I really appreciate it when you support the podcast and so many of you do can't tell you how much I really appreciate it. Speaking of people who support podcast. What do you have a really special shout out to John? On bacteria in North Carolina who I understand is putting in the work grinding away go onto jujitsu multiple times a week and just doing everything he he can't to optimize himself as a warrior as a person so John keep kicking ass brother here. You're doing great work out there. That's right I got spies everywhere so the question question is of course. Everybody's lips is doc. Where have you been? Yeah Yeh podcast last week which was a great one right with Jeff Gonzales. Talking about shooting but yeah I had a long leave of absence. So what's up with that A lot of things lot of things kind of hit all at once. I guess you could say it was the perfect storm. One of the things that kept me away from the microphone kept me away from social media for a while I went through a physical transformation but not a good way and basically what happened is for various reasons I had to stop. I'm on testosterone replacement. I'd I've never made a secret about that. I think most listening note because we've talked about it before why to stop. TRT and it was really detrimental. Because I didn't just go back to where I was before I started. Crt I haven't been making my own testosterone for a Lotta years. So I would two zero. I went to having none and and it really screwed me up physically and mentally. It had a profound mental affect And because of that I actually doing a lot of research in how how testosterone impacts your mood how it impacts your your psyche your outlook on things in your thought processes. I found myself I was not mentally sharp at it. All became very withdrawn. My mood was terrible. It got as a result of all this because you know this happened over verb over months my workout suffered. I ended up putting on weight Am I self discipline. The bottom just fell out of my self discipline and it'd be totally honest with you. I wasn't eating what I should have been eating. I wasn't sleeping the way I should be get wasn't get enough. Water wasn't working out wasn't going to Jujitsu basically. Yeah I was doing the exact opposite of everything that I preach to you guys and I'm being totally honest with now that I can come back and Back on TRT again. I'm I'm feeling better again But it really drove home for me even as a physician knowing it and even if somebody who's been on. TRT for a while as a patient knowing it. This really drove the point home to me. How important optimal health this where we're talking about your hormonal access and your endocrine system or whatever it might be that you get off course and spiral you really really can so I sympathize with that I wanna so you guys out there no that I sympathize with that and I was able to kind of bootstrap myself up and get back in the gym and get back in a routine and get back on a good diet program before I restarted the? TRT upsets restarted. The as well because at one point I knew hey this at the time it was kind of indefinite how how long was going to be off of it. And maybe in the future upset. I'll get into Canada reasons as to why I was off of it but I came to the realization. Ah this this could be for an extended period of time. So I'm going to have to do something on my own I can't just use that as an excuse and you know the maximum. Arrange an excuse we say in the army is out of your mouth and onto the ground and I didn't want to milk the excuse of. Oh well I I'm not on thirteen CRTV zero so I'm just gonNA feel like shit and eat like shit and and just slow. NBA Slug I had to bootstrap myself. I saw up and get back in there and I did It was really difficult and I'm still climbing that ladder. Even though you know I've been back on a couple of weeks now I'm still. It's a steep steep climb and especially when it came to getting back in the gym Jujitsu because I lost so much. And that's probably my biggest regret is that I took lead time off That was coupled with the fact that I had some injuries. I had some sprained ligaments in my hand. the frozen shoulder that I've been fighting through for quite some time time and it was on the advice of my doctor that I take some time off of grappling because the punishment that my body was taking I think one way or another I probably would have ended up taking that break Either from the injuries or from just the not the energy to go so that was probably a good thing for me healing wise. But it's so hard because you get out of that pattern and the longer you're away from it the easier it is to not go And that's just the truth of the matter and you've I'm sure you've all noticed that before you miss a couple of Jujitsu classes and that's like I've gone for a couple of weeks you know. Hey right when really left man that new young blue belt who was who was in there man. He's a head hunter. He's in there sharpening his knives every day. And I've been gone I've been taking Kennedy. I went on vacation. I went to Disneyland aid some ice cream. Whatever it might be and I'm going to get back in there and I'm GonNa get my ass handed to me and that's not a good feeling but you have have to really put that ego aside? It's hard thing for me to do even at the age that even with all the things I've done in my life putting ego aside can be difficult. You know I I never I never walk away from a role where I just totally got my my fucking clock cleaned. I there's always a part of me it's like Things I could've done better but then come back the next comeback the next role and then come back the next class and try to incorporate those things is the difference between winners and losers and I said this multiple times on the podcast guests before I suck it Jitsu. I still sock it. You JITSU But I'm going to still keep plugging away 'cause if I get just a little bit better every day now. If the time ever comes God forbid that I need to use this. It's there is no excuse. Well I wasn't doesn't get any better so I just stopped going You are getting better and let let me tell you whether you realize it or not. You're getting better. You're getting stronger. You're getting a little little bit better every single week. And it's hard to tell when you're in the class because everybody's getting better so you're like why still can't beat so and so for someone so still catches me in that submission. What you're getting better together? Sooner or later you'll see it so but I'm back I'm back on track and I apologize to you guys because I I didn't kind of share that journey with you as I was going through it. It's you know it's not like something just absolutely catastrophic where I have to go into Rehab obviously or anything like that But there I was not in a good a good you mind set to be doing the podcast and I was I was I was not living up to what I preach to you guys all the time that made it pretty hard to get to get back in here and get back in the studio and pick up the microphone. Start talking to you guys again. But I'm being honest you know. That's I fell off the ledge for awhile. I fell off the wagon. You know this song feels almost like it's like it's an AA meeting or something. I I fell off the wagon and but I I had to get back on and back on again now and it really made me take a close look at myself and about how I'm living in and I make no excuses for the fact that that happened. could happen. I'm going to move on and I'm going to try to be a better version of myself each and every day. So that's where I've been and say maybe we'll explore that later on twenty twenty. It's going to be an awesome year here for a lot of reasons and I'm going to outline some of that in this episode which I've just got some some rough outline of notes here There's not any real no specific topic topic that I'm GonNa key on too much in this episode. I do want to briefly touch on the UFC. That just happened over the last weekend so. UFC The two forty seven I guess it was the AFC in Houston Jones versus raise a lot of stuff on the Internet about about the judging and hand you have fights in Texas We don't have a really good track record. I'm going to be honest with you. You know there's been some roughing issues in the past some judging issues in the past I'm Wayne and bad as New York. But we've had some issues for those of you outside the state looking king in I have I've worked Texas Emma may have never worked. UFC Fighting Texas. In the fact that I've never worked at. UFC defied Texas has a little bit to do with the good old boy system. In how the Texas Department of licensing and regulation is kind of structured here. I have not been extremely happy with the -til are and how they run it running in Texas. I haven't been I haven't been for a while and I probably shouldn't myself in the foot in saying this but I gotta I gotTa be honest with you guys. I got to be honest with myself. I think tedious has a long way to go and I think you know what what we don't because we don't have a boxing commission. We'll have a combat sports commission. We have the T. L. are and I think not everybody. There's some great people at Tedious Lar and talking specifically about referees guys like J. Staffing Africa Jacob Montalvo who are amazing referees. Who know the game noah inside now but there there are some people working at tedious? Lar- Dr who maybe shouldn't be brethren maybe shouldn't be judging and I think this was pretty evident in this fight when you talk about the fact that a judge judge got caught on camera looking at his phone for thirty seconds during a fight. That's an issue. That's a big issue. Okay that's that's not something you can can make light up when a judge scores all five rounds for John Jones. When there's no way he won all five rounds even John Jones would admit that he didn't at least two of those rounds he did not win? That's pushing it a little bit. Something that God brought up on social media is the fact that Texas has not adopted the unified rules therefore they don't Ha- are not not up has not adopted the new unified rules. I should say say so. They're using these old Aggression Octagon Control takedown strikes all this other stuff off and it's considered equally weighted okay. That's not an excuse as far as I'm concerned. Because they need to get on board and they need to adopt the new unified rose. ooh La Stuff in Texas. Tedium are very very slowly. I can tell you this from having been five physician Texas and after the show I probably never will. We'll be again. Oh well okay it is what it is I'm not I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa hold back just so I can get something you know if I want to go to fight. Go fight I loved working. Fights is a five physician absolutely loved. It loved working with fighters loved working with camps and managers injures and help helping their fighters physicals before the fact Checking up on him afterwards making sure they got the follow doctor's appointment they need if they had an orbital fracture whatever whatever it might be making sure they got their sutures out when they're supposed to. I love doing that and I haven't got to do it in a while. Reason being is in central Texas amaz pretty much dried up. You still see fights Dallas area Houston area. I haven't seen one in Austin how long I'm sure they're having some in San Antonio so I have worked to fight in a in a while as it is and you know what if I never work another fight again so be it okay. I know how how good I was at a and that was evident in the feedback that I got from fighters for managers coaches from promoters From fans from fellow Oh five physicians so I know where I stood on that and you guys have heard me talk about working fights. Before I've had John Knight Eker on the podcast from the Association Ringside Physicians Great Organization and I think organizations like that. I'm hoping we'll have more impact it on. Emma may at the state level but in the meantime Joe. Rogan is absolutely right Dominick Cruz is absolutely right. We need a better judging system system. I have I have my own ideas for that and at one point a one of the one of the reps who I highly respect act told me he said I think he I think he should go and learn a go to go to the course and go to the judging course he said because I've watched to score rounds he goes you score rounds appropriately understand this game. You understand this game a lot better than a lot of these judges that are all time. Boxing judges sit in cage side. The judge in a like a boxing match and not to my own horn. But I'm sure that's how it comes across. I have thought about it but again I don't getting getting into these organizations at the state levels always tricky and those of you that have had to deal with a lot of whether we're talking about boxing commissions or whatever it might be It's it's a close knit circle. It's it's a bit of a good old boy program and I. I don't think that's any secret anybody anybody all right so enough about that. We're going to leave it by just by saying Texas. Has Some work to want to talk about the state of the Union Union. An impeachment just briefly so I got some weird I. I don't know who these people are that I guess supposedly listen to the podcast sending me these emails telling me I need to support the impeachment proceedings. I don't have to do Jack Shit so don't email me telling me that I need because of your perception of the oath that I took doc As a soldier that I need to weigh in in one certain direction on a political issue. All right. I make my own mind I think the impeachment was a sham. From the beginning. In my opinion I think and it played out. Accordingly it played out like it was a complete sham It's behind us. We need to move on K. They were now. We're at election season. I believe either today or tomorrow. Is the New Hampshire primary for the Democratic Party. So we need move on. We're moving towards two thousand twenty and Regardless of where you are in the political spectrum. That's what we need to decide that no one branch of government that sits over the others and Congress does not get to play God with the executive branch nor does the executive branch get to play God with laws or or with what goes on in the legislative branch. Sorry I had to go back and flashback to a high school civics class so let. Let's all move on is a country you know. Just some. You may be familiar with the organization move on Dot Org which has become a radical far left SUPERPAC but the what move on dot org what? They're what they started. As was an organization that wanted people to move on after the Clinton impeachment and that was the whole thing. Hey let's move on okay. Shoe's on the other foot. Let's move move on impeachment failed. Let's move on I thought the State of the Union address Was Pretty Amazing I again I don't care what side of the political aisle. Oh you happen to be on Pointed to the State of the Union is strong. You cannot deny that the state of the Union is strong and it was it was a very operational speech. Very Presidential Shapiro. Talks about it all the time. You've got peak trump and you got trough trump right and certainly certainly if if we could have what we saw during the state of the Union address I think. That'd be pretty epic I thought it was very petty speaker. Pelosi to On on that platform in that venue to be so petty as to have a preplanned tearing up of his speech behind him. That was a little bit jealous and ridiculous. Grad eight has trump in childless. Absolutely has but you know he wasn't. He wasn't firing off tweets during the state. The Union right. This this was a little bit different so all right Just made a lot of notes of basically shift that I wanted to get off my chest and that's what we're doing here. Ah the Iran thing so especially right around the holiday season of course a lot was going on with Iran. A lot of people really scared we were going to go to war with Iran. I knew that was never going to happen. Iran is a paper tiger There if you ever saw the movie from the sixties sixty s the mouse who roared. That's basically Iran. Iran wants to pick a fight because they WANNA be a victim on the world stage and they want to get something out of it and I thought it will on our end. I thought it was handled As well as possibly being handled a bad guy. SOULEYMAN is dead which is a good thing you you want to kill as many bad guys as possible And we made it through the whole thing you know. There's always GONNA be casualties in war I thought we had as well as could possibly be expected I also want to give a shoutout to my four listeners in Iran I do check my lips. I see where my listeners are around the world. Shout out to the four of you to of you I know work for a state intelligence. So you can go fuck yourself But the other to keep the faith man. I hope you're spreading the word. Hope you have more people there to listen to mighty warrior Oscars was on over the the weekend losing viewers every year. Hollywood just doesn't get it there so outta touch most actors are pretty stupid They are not They didn't get where they are because they were top of their class and and got a scholarship In particle physics. You know. They're they're they're they're dumber than average. They get paid to do a job. That really doesn't serve a purpose other than diverting thus diverting the minds of those those who have real jobs like us and giving us something to watch so they need to shut the hell up. I don't WanNa hear their opinions anymore and I don't I don't care if they're conservative live okay. I don't I don't really care necessarily to hear Jon voight opinion or James Woods opinion. They're fun to follow on twitter her and watch him thrash people. But you know honestly that I'm never going to base my opinion or validate my opinion based on a celebrity. One thing that I wanna let you guys know. I did go see speaking of movies. I went and saw the last full measure. I talked about it briefly on social media. Few people ask that I do a review of that I probably will some point in the near future. maybe by the end of this week. I might give you an extra episode the end of this week and talk about the last full. The measure amazing film mazing film about Airforce Para rescue who initially was denied the Medal of honor and ultimately did receive the medal L. owner. It's not exactly like the story depicted in the in the film and I'll talk more about that when I do the review a Speaking of things that are up and coming there are some big big big things coming up food for me and for my to the warrior and I don't WANNA I don't WanNa play all those cards right now but what I do WanNa say is. I'm basically going to transport transforming forming everything that I I'm doing in the mind of the warrior format. I'm going to transform that into something a little bit more interactive I get so many emails from listeners. From you guys I get so many comments on social media asking me for advice on this on vice on that law questions. I've answered again and again and again whether we're talking about you know workout routines preparation I Special Forces Selection Vetting of martial arts gyms whatever might be. I finally came to the conclusion that what I need to do. I need need to set kind of a central clearing house Almost like a membership site. Which is what I'm looking at now? Where you guys would sign up for this membership? PODCAST is not going anywhere so this is always going to be there but basically if you want to take this to the next level You want a little bit more detailed guidance guidance a little bit more detail on my thoughts on things my approach to things This would be a way that you could do it. So that the upcoming In Twenty twenty is I'm going to get that setup I've already LA- laying out the initial stages of that now and what what I would like for you guys to do. If this is something that you would be interested in you WanNa you WanNa take this beyond just listened to the podcast in your car and you WanNa take it to the level level of I I want more interaction with Doc I want to get this straight from the Horse's mouth go to Dr. Mike Simpson DOT COM com. My Website D. R. E. S. I M. P. S. O. N.. Dot Com. Scroll down on that first page and there's a block there that says subscribe. You'RE GONNA put in your name name and your email and click subscribe. You'RE GONNA get a confirmation email set to you. Check your spam folder and my go there. Confirm your email and then you will be subscribed I don't have anything scheduled in the Kitty to go out right now but I want you guys to start signing up because my plan is I want you guys. I want the most loyal minded the warrior listeners. I want you guys to be first first in line so when I do start doing this and Ernest You guys basically have first dibs. Because there's there's only so much time in my day so however I structure this it's going to be with a limited number of people I can tell you that You know there's only so many people you can interact with so so many people that you can provide guidance and advice to and I want you is the most loyal the core the core co creators to have first dibs on that. So make sure you go to Dr Mike. Simpson DOT COM. Scroll down and subscribe. And what's this going to me. So what is this doctor being really nebulous hourly. You're you're all over the map here. What is this so basically what I'm looking at setting up at this point and I I rather details yet still in the early stages is is? I'm going to set up a paid subscription service. So right now everything on the podcast is free. I'm not gonNA take away from the PODCAST But I do want to set up some type of subscription service and I figured out the only way to do that as a paid subscription service. What I'm what are we putting into? This is everything from Workout plans diet plans fighting and shooting techniques videos of. Hey this is your move of the week or or your move the day whatever it might be supplement plans Hooking you up with other experts in the field and whatever that might be whether it's whether whether it's unarmed combat armed combat whatever it might be Hopefully down the road. I can actually do this in like an an application informat an APP format where you can just get it all on your phone. And that's my overall goal but at the end of the day. That's what I WANNA do but I'm GonNa need an APP developer to help me and fortunately I haven't found anybody yet I'm also going to be expanding. My personal medical practice in the upcoming year to specifically focus on one age management and optimization so performance enhanced performance enhancement in age management. So that means means if you are somebody who is struggling to get to that next level physically through your workouts in your your martial arts routines whatever or just getting through the day. Whatever that might be? I'm going to be expanding my medical practice. Not just doing emergency medicine trauma medicine but also doing H. Management and. That's so that's going to be up and coming for twenty twenty and again slots are going to be limited If you're somebody WHO's in the central Texas area or driving distance to Austin I am going to be setting up shop somewhere in the Austin area and this would be something that year he come down. Make an appointment And I will. I'll go through it all with you. What are you eating? How are you sleeping? What your workout routine like Do all the appropriate tests and figure out what you know. What do you need to be on something to optimize it? You know. Maybe you're in perfect health or near perfect health we need to be on a staten lower. Your cholesterol maybe you do need a little bit of help when it comes to testosterone replacement like that and my goal is to to be able to provide that so that's coming up at twenty twenty and again when the word comes out that that I officially launch that part of my practice the first people people that are going to know about it are the people who subscribe and or on my email list so subscribe now Go to Dr Mike Simpson Dot Com. Scroll Down Click subscribe subscribe. And that's how you're going to get on that list to be the first to know when word goes out. What else can we talk about today? it's going to be a short one. I'll try to make four by giving you an extra episode towards the end of the week if at all possible. Oh this is. This was kind of a big thing so I want to talk about this. So many of you know that stolen valor are really hot topic for me. I don't I take it pretty personally personally when somebody Not Not just telling a war story right. Everybody does that you it you put on a little bit of rose colored glasses or blood clot colored glasses. When you're telling a story that firefight you were in Outside of Kandahar whatever might be but when people blatantly lie about their military service. I have a big problem with that. And I'm I'm always shocked by people that don't have a problem with that Ironically enough I've noticed most of the people who don't have a problem with that too. Oh you should just get over it. I was in the military and I don't care so you shouldn't carry either and then you look up that guy's military service and it's like well no wonder you don't care you don't have any valid valued valor to steal. Okay that's There was a retired colonel. That wrote a whole article on it. a few years back Who I peripherally I know and I don't give a shit about that? kernels opinion and that kernels absolutely correct. She has no valor steel But I have a real issue with this and the thing is people do it. Because they know there's a reward from that we're in we're in a culture now or in a time now where more value is placed on military service than has been previously. I got a little bit pissed off. I was listening to a podcast with my son over the weekend. Wanted to listen to some star wars stuff and there was a a star wars podcast and I don't I don't even know. Remember which one it was but the host was specifically talking about how disturbed he is by the hero worship towards the military in the US And that kind of bed bug me a little bit. I see I see that point. I think in some cases it goes too too extreme. I don't think we should give anybody a pass Just because they served in the military the attorney doesn't give them the right to be wrong. It doesn't give them the right to be an ASS. A great example lieutenant. Colonel Vin men who People say Oh oh you should. You can't attack him. He's a purple heart recipient He's occurred okay. He didn't use the chain of command. He ran to Eric Morello. Or whatever the hell his name is gave him second hand information. Second hand account information about a telephone call That then ended up being this whistle. Blow Document Bullshit So yeah nobody in the military should get a free Platt free pass but we do have an appreciation that I don't think we had when I was a kid. We didn't have post Vietnam and I think that's a good thing Some people have taken advantage of that and a big story that hit the news down here in Texas is right in right now now in Callahan. County Both people running for sheriff. Both gentlemen running for Sheriff have lied about their military service. And the way this first came came to light is the first individual who Let's see Leroy fully Had all over his campaign page he had Purple Heart Silver Stars and said that he was a ranger sniper All this other stuff come to find out none none of that was true no combat time I was mechanized infantry of Fort Hood which eight. That's something to be proud of your mechanized infantry of Fort Hood man you were an infantryman not everybody. I can say that But he had to take it to another level so he lied said he was in Ranger Regiment. For eleven years much other stuff got called out on the stolen valor sites sites and military phonies and it got Valedictorians and immediately produced. Obviously Fraudulent Didi to fourteen with multiple misspellings multiple mistakes. I would ironic because the guy did serve but it's almost like he'd never seen a real didi to to fourteen before It was just absolutely terrible. The the worst example of a forgery. I think I've ever seen I've seen a lot of fake wants so then that comes out. That's all over the news. He takes down his campaign. Pages takes down his facebook a page and He's initially suspended. And then resigns. He's a police officer from from the city of Clyde Police Department Hasn't been announced yet if he's withdrawing his candidacy for sheriff but obviously you should at this point well in all of this a video service surfaces where he's at an event. I guess a debate with his opponent a gentleman by the name Rick showers and rich our says during during the video that he was an airborne ranger also and then it immediately comes out that he lied about that so now he's come out with a statement admitting that he lied about that. So you have both people both gentlemen running for Sheriff and Callahan County. Texas have admitted to lying about their military service. So I don't know what's going to happen here. I don't know if they're both going to withdraw. If now people are just going to have to to cast a vote knowing that whoever they're voting for is a liar interested to see where this goes. What should happen in my opinion is the honorable thing to do is that they both withdraw from the race? That if that doesn't happen I think the people run in the election election down. There should basically cancel the election entirely and somebody should be appointed as an interim sheriff until such time time is they can have a proper election. real sad state of affairs For Callahan County Texas. Sorry that are going through that again. It's kind of a relatively relatively small town at Clyde in the relatively small county Callahan. County is going to begin some national attention because of this those of you who follow me on social media You know that I've you've already basically been following this and posting updates about it so this is no surprise to you and that's about it. Everybody that's all all I really WanNa talk just wanted to come back. GotTa let you know why gone and reintroduced the podcast and tell you what's up and coming. I'm really excited about twenty twenty a lot of great stuff going on on of a again at the end of two thousand nineteen I branched out and started to do more stuff with law enforcement which really really excited about All the stuff that I'm doing in medical are in d. with person medical and I'll be travelling around doing a lot more speaking gigs around the country. I'm doing a disaster response conference In New England coming up in March gathered vet coming up in September Ah Teacher for the National Tactical Office. OC now so Be doing a couple of vets with be at the Texas Tactical Police Officer Association Meeting in Dallas this year. So a lot of good stuff coming down the road and again I want you guys to subscribe on my website and get get to the front of the line so that when I do kick this off and I decide how this Paid membership is going to be structured. How my expanded medical practice is going to be structured pictured you guys will be the first people poised to take advantage of it and I'm really looking forward to it and that's all I got man so I'm GonNa let you go today? I don't I don't often close by quoting fictional characters but this has always been one of my favorites. So I'm gonNA close with a quote from Doc Holliday from the movie. Tombstone when he said there ain't no such thing as a normal life. There's just life remember that everybody until next time live life like a warrior.

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La Movida Etapa 11 de la Vuelta a Espaa 2019

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La Movida Etapa 11 de la Vuelta a Espaa 2019

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T Bone Burnett On Producing Legends And Singing His Own Tunes

World Cafe

29:33 min | 1 year ago

T Bone Burnett On Producing Legends And Singing His Own Tunes

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply. Hey you're listening to world cafe. I'm tallish langer all right. What do each of these pieces of music have in common. They were all produced by today's today's guest legendary producer t-bone burnett. He'll tell you insider stories about working with roy orbison elvis costello robert plant and alison krauss. He also captured one of my personal. Favourite vocal moments of all time on branded carlisle's the story brandy. She just went into some kind of other world. When she hit the moment. It was a moment of full release of absolute freedom. You know incredible right. T-bone says he never really had the need to be a public performer himself but at this point in his life he has some things he really wants to say. He's he's collected them on. An album called the invisible light acoustic space which came out in the spring and is his first new solo album in eleven years before our chat. Here's here's a little taste of one of the songs. It's t-bone burnett sr being there twitchy trigger finger itchy with the standoff figures. There's the excess three komo t-bone burnett welcome to our cafe. Thank you happy to be here yeah. I'm glad to have you so who i read the you wrote a lot of the words for this album at four in the morning and i don't feel that surprised listening to disarm it. Does it ninety nine o'clock in the afternoon on a sunny day kind of a you know or maybe it yeah no. It's not it's not i love. I love writing it riding in a in a half dream state when you're not quite awake and you're not quite asleep sleep and i feel i feel our defenses are down. My defenses were down and i just started saying the thing that i really was the most afraid of probably wow well when you're up at four in the morning and you're writing. Are you just waking up or you just going to sleep. No no. I'm just waking up. I started. I started actually it started because i was writing songs for musical and when i started writing those songs i started studying frank lesser who i think is the greatest songwriter in the history of the of the musicals goals and <hes> and and every line of his was a fist and i realized i didn't have any room to coast that i had. I had to get down. Get down to it and so i would wake up at four in the morning in in abject fear of i'm never going to be able to do this rally as what happened and and and i just started writing out of <hes> uh that and i i guess out of just being anxiety. I suppose i hate to say that but but once i got into it and once i got into the habit of it <hes> it was no longer that it's that was just the impetus for for how i started that i'd i'd never done that before almost my whole life. When i was up at four in the morning it was a it was at the end of the day at the beginning of the day. You're there's something so amazing about your first moments of your day where you're <hes> the writer julia. Yeah cameron talks about this. Your your sensor hasn't woken up yet like the the sensor brain is still sorta dormant and you can be free with your be free with your thoughts. That's exactly right so you and also sorry when you're writing at four in the morning. Where where are you sitting you sitting like your kitchen table or you. What's your what's your setup a lot of the times they'll just be laying in bed and i would just start writing the first thing that came into my mind then i would move around for three or four. We're our sometimes get up and get some coffee and go in the kitchen or going dining room. I wrote at the dining room table quite a bit well. Do you have to shake your head after going to such a at deepen stream of consciousness place to then continue with the rest of your day in society like after eight a m. I don't know if i ever really get into society or not cool. That's cool. I want to ask about another character. I guess on on on the record and other element that you introduce which is <hes> <hes> not silence but but not <hes> but not loud music <hes> and it's <hes> it strikes us for the first time halfway through the second song which is called a man without a country so i'm gonna play just what happens in radio listeners. Just listen listen really carefully in the multiple times. I've always been a man without a country. I've always been a citizen and now because the world is blue only to give you so what sounds like silence is not <hes> at all and that song goes on for another four minutes with with with bits of ideas and sounds. Tell me what you're what you're doing there well the the human race aces undergone over a century electronic programming and along with that has come a whole range of ramifications in some of them all the neurological and psychological disorders that we've been experiencing like alzheimer's and autism and asks burgers and put also the our attention spans have been demolished and i was finding myself alf being online <hes> reading you know we're starting to read an article reading the headline in the in the first paragraph and then i'm just saying at or findings and two hours later i've forgotten what i was doing in the first place after being down down the the wealth for a couple of hours or a couple minutes whatever but <hes> we started. We started this with the idea of let stretch our own attention spans. Let's give ourselves a chance to just relax into pure sound where there's no stimulation because so much of especially pop music these days. There's another hook every three seconds. There's something else to grab. You know to grab your attention and that's that's. That's that's being part of the problem. That's pandering to <hes> to an audience who's being brutalized allies really by by the electronic media. We're on one of the original electronic media now radio was was an important the first step in in <hes> in this ability to program large groups of people that this this. I've been studying really my whole adult life. I've been studying behavioral modification and conditioned responses and you know this. This is an anti behavioral. Hey vural modification device that you're that you're pointing out right now an anti behavior modification sorry. Can you explain what what you mean by that yeah. Well you know <hes> evonne pavlov who was a great russian sociologists psychologists study study in the beginning of the last century around ninety five or something like that started studying the dog's reaction to different stimuli so if he would ring a bell while the dog was being fed <hes> after a certain period of time when he would ring the bell the dogwood salivate even when no food was present and and that's something we've become expert out over the last century <hes> ringing the bell even with no food is present so we are intent was with this music was to not ring ring that bell but to actually provide food so so that so that that was the beginning of verse learning how to listen again. I understand what you're saying in that way. It's almost like a punk album. It's <hes> i think of it as very punky record yes. That's a rebellious value spirits who it for sure t-bone burnett is here with me on world cafe and his new album is called the invisible light acoustic space so t-bone. I would like to know a few indulge me in in talking about some of your some of your musical past because you have done some pretty incredible stuff worked with incredible people and and i wanted to talk about some of the moments that you have that you've produced and i wanted to start by talking about one of my favorite albums may be ever one of my favorite vocal moments. At least <hes> captured captured on record and it's a brand carlisle's two thousand seven album the story <hes> the title track on that album has this incredible moment that apparently was a reference for brandy and making her latest album the joke with dave cobb they were sort of trying to get back to the energy of what you guys had captured in two thousand and seven and it led to this great success and all these grammy awards for her and lots of mainstream attention but really it goes back to a moment that that that you were producing <hes> in studio so i wanted to play that and then talk about <hes> what what time in the studio with u._s. like <hes> <hes>. Eh is made <music> eh so i love that moan but those are beautiful. What do you remember about that day. What how how do you as a producer. Create this circumstances for something like that to come out of somebody. The producers main job is encouragement and support. That's about ninety five percent of what a producer does constructively actively and brandy was. She always had an extraordinary gift but she was still learning what to do with it. At that that time so it was there was no way to guide her into a it was just when she did that. It was just to say that's good stab op. You know we'll use that and i'm sure there was <hes> she just went into some kind of other other world when she hit that that moment it was a moment of full release of absolute freedom you know so and it wasn't wasn't it wasn't a proper or wasn't any of that. It was punky right. She was still very punky and something i one of the things that i love with working with young artists and even even especially on an artist i record is you're working with somebody who's been working under full autonomy johnny for his whole life and the last thing i want <hes> as a producer is autonomy over an hardest or i want to encourage them and support them but i don't want to tell them what to do and i find when you're working on a i record their artists may have been working for ten ten years under full autonomy and then after that i record the experts come in and start explaining how to do it to the artist austin than the artists has to work back to a place of autonomy but <hes> in in that case i was really i was playing brandy. He stuff i would rather than <hes> instructor or or try to control her because you can tell that the beautiful thing about that moment you just played. It's completely out of control but it sounds beautiful so that's all it makes any difference right. Control means nothing unless it sounds beautiful so i i love the thing that's out of control. In fact this whole new record we've done is all out of control so but but in that case yes i was i was playing or things to baby inspire her to help her to hear things different ways. Put i put i <hes> but i wasn't trying to really yeah what were you. What were you playing her well. I i know i played blue. I played her joni mitchell's record. I played later a lot of a lot of things maybe emmylou harris you know i was planning because there was some probably dolly. Parton certain probably played her. Some dolly parton stuff things like that female women singers that i thought were great storytellers towers and head of incredible way of getting a getting a song over t-bone burnett is here with me. World cafe in his new album is called the invisible acoustic space. I want to ask about raising sand the two thousand and seven right around the time that you worked with brandy working with robert plant and alison krauss on on sort of a game changing record i think for for both of them we got we got the lead singer of led zeppelin and we've got <hes> the most pure hearted <hes> singing voice courtesy of alison krauss together and one of the things that i find so amazing every time i listen to this record is vocal chemistry between the two of them <hes> so maybe you can help me pick pick a track to play and then also talk about how how you how you capture that that perfect balance that they have between the two of them well <hes> i love i love the i love polycom home just as a song and roberts version of that but if if i were gonna if i were going to tell you about the chemistry between the two of them in poor they both where they both found that third voice <hes> that metal that middle ground between them out to it was your long journey which was the last song on the record and the purity of that song in that melody was something that brought robert over from the devil music that he'd been playing as a life to the angel ben music that alison had been singing her whole life and and and robert was able to supply alison with some of the danger where the more dangerous place than she had been before and she was able to supply him with some of the safe place where it never been before beautifully. Let's listen a you calls in a uh-huh. I would think that would be the nicest place to live in studio hearing. Those sound like did you ever. I would think that you would never want that recording session to end. It's just nice to live. Ah yeah. I think that's right. I don't want to end by the way that's mike seeger playing auto harp and the here's an extraordinary musical force in the last century and and don't want him to be forgot uh-huh thank you for that <hes> you're also one of the co authors of somewhat of a bluegrass revolution at least in mainstream popular culture in the year two thousand housing with the coen brothers film o brother where how and you produce the score you composed the score or you you produced all the music in the film and composed the score as as well right if i got that right this right and in this mill carter carter burwell and collaborated on the score so in in this movie the music was just as important or maybe even more important than the story and i think all of a sudden people who might never have thought that bluegrass would be a style of music that they would enjoy were completely wheatley obsessed by it like it really it really wasn't moment in popular culture <hes> so what stands out to you when you when you think about about working on the music for that film well you know it started with a chain gang song if you remember the the movie and the and the record started with an authentic bendik alan lomax recording of chain gang and and it was it was a time right you know it was right after the turn of the century sorry and it was clear that there was this dream this river of american music that it slowed slowed at that time to really just a trickle but that had been there for a hundred something years and it it it had abdin and flowed and over that hundred years but it was clear that there was a there was an extraordinary group of musicians who were playing hang this music that were very under utilized and under known <hes> and suddenly we're going to have a coen brothers movie and george clooney movie to shine a light on this extraordinary group of musicians led by ralph stanley who i think was one of the great musicians of the last century and james carter who sings lead on this song po lazarus about a about a dangerous man <hes> didn't even remember singing the song when the lomax family found him in chicago married to a storefront preacher and brought him a <unk> a big check which was which was a wonderful moment. You know this. This guy who sixty years earlier had been recorded and remembered remember. Nothing of it got hundreds of thousands of dollars from this recording. That's one of the beautiful stories. I think that that emerged one. I mean i think everyone of us had a version of that story but that was the most that was the most profound one i suppose he's when you compare that to artists scraping by for like percentages of pennies on spotify plays that are completely tracked and how easily traceable everything is digitally think about like alan lomax chasing somebody down in finding him to give him a big check. That's very beautiful thing that's right. Ah i did is that. Is that additional improvement that you've done based around that original recording recording no that's just the way it came to. I think we probably tried to tone down the the backbeat a little bit but you know that's early hip hop and i have to to say the the hip hop community embrace that record embraced the oh brother where art thou record in an important way and largely largely because they were invited in with that first song and <hes> and and you know so much of the job of the of the record producers serves over the last century has been <hes> as civil rights activists john hammond was an important civil rights activists who brought billie holiday and the all the great jazz musicians of that time into the into the mainstream so to speak and sam phillips was the same way blending the black culture and the white culture and and that's one of the things i think we were we were able to do to some extent with that record. T-bone burnett is here with me on world cafe. His new album is called the invisible light acoustic space. You've talked before about learning something from every different person that that that you work work within studio. Is there a lesson that comes to mind now if i asked you you know what what's something that you have learned from a friend or collaborator that that really stands out with you. I think the the most important lesson i learned in all of music was from roy orbison who sang so quietly quietly. If you stood two feet away from him you couldn't hear him but when you would put a microphone in front of him it would sound like poverty. Dan and i learned i learned that the reality that you've in recording is is to live performance as filmmaking is to theater and that you can bring a camera right in on somebody and he doesn't have to project to the back row and and through working with orbison when when orbison would sing he would wear headphones pretty wouldn't have his vocal in the headphones because he would know how the notes felt in his jaw so so he would just have the ban in his headphones and feel the notes and and sing very softly sleeping presently and i realized that <hes> intensity and resonance doesn't come from volume that residents in fact comes from intensity. Pick us a a roy orbison song which you know what's better than dreams. That's a rhetorical torok question nothing or running or or running scared. Let's listen to running scared sure here we go wrong on and who yeah and i love that you've given us the gift of life picturing him with the muscle memory of his his job and like where where sounds sit for him and you can hear how softly singing there too and one of the one of the other things than this is a story i'll regale with but he was teaching me how he wrote songs and he said i just start on my lowest note and then i step up all all the way through the songs till i get to my highest note which is exactly what he does an dreams it goes from his lowest no two his highest note and when we were doing mystery girl when we were recording mystery girl elvis costello out a song called <hes> called <hes> the comedians and i told elvis that story about the lowest and the highest note and and he rewrote the comedians and went and listen to all roy's records and found his lowest houghton and found his highest note and we wrote the comedians to go through that range and then i took it to roy any listened to it. He came back the next day and he said this cat so amazing he did. He did exactly what i do. You know so so put that royal was a it was a great teacher and a great cat. I loved. I loved her orbison. Oh that's so great will go out on the song the comedians by elvis castillo at the end but i i just have one more question for you before we before. We wrap things out if that's okay <hes> i wanna know so as as somebody we're we're here. We're talking about the solo album that you've made the invisible late acoustic space almond. We're also talking about this incredible body of work that you've that you've produced <hes> and people make art because because they have things that they need and want to say <hes> and i'm wondering if being a producer who facilitates helping other people say what they need to say a ever gets in the way of of you needing or of you having that outlet to say what you need to say or if we can read anything into where you're you're at in your life where you're it seemed to be really making space for yourself to get your message out well. I think i've i've always been ambivalent about <hes> <hes> the notion of public performance <hes> and i never i didn't have that need read that particular need to get out in and be a public performer but i will say at this point in my life i have gathered a lot of information and i see some things very clearly and it's it's crucial to me to say these things now before before i slept this mortal coil you see so yeah. I'm going ah i haven't put out a record for eleven years and i'm gonna put out three double albums in the next twelve months. Hopefully you know up just finished up the second one and getting it ready to release in the fall and then i hope to have another one out in the in the in the next spring and that'll be the third edition of this of this series this invisible light series and i'm just gonna keep going with that. It may turn into five or seven records. I don't know how how much it's i don't know when it's going to stop but i do. I do feel the need to to summarize. I guess my my long experience handsome all of this we look forward to hearing all of it and we're going to go out on the comedians the song that you mentioned by elvis costello t-bone burnett it has been such a delight to talk to you. Thank he's so much so great to talk with you. Here we go so surf garbage cardiac come to answer and all these new fare founded winston says to spread screwed so elvis costello with the comedians. That song was chosen by our guest t-bone burnett. His latest album is called the invisible double light acoustic space. He is a brilliant musical mind. Jeez louise thank you so much t. bone for being here to talk on the show and thanks to our world cafe producer john meyers for all of his work on at this session. I'm talia slender and you're listening to the world cafe from n._p._r. Kylo listened upon inspection last spring yeah.

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History in Five Songs 80: Five Females - A Wyrd Congruence

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History in Five Songs 80: Five Females - A Wyrd Congruence

"Hey this is john hammond. And you're listening to pantheon. Podcast history in five songs with host martin off a production of pantheon. Podcasts let's rock out with martin. Hello indeed welcome back again to another episode of history and five songs with martin popoff We are brought to you by the good folks at pantheon podcasts. We are pleased as always to be part of this always growing Always very interesting and intellectually thoughtful Pantheon podcast network where available on spotify itunes and over forty other podcast platforms. All right so. I will get to the point of why we're calling the episode this it's gonna take a little bit But bear with me. This is episode eighty. We're going to be calling this five females. A weird congruence weird spelt w. a. y. r. d. as in weird folk. And i'm going to get to that in a minute as well so all right so this episode started because tomorrow night. Actually i'm going to be going on pardo sea of tranquility podcast and they asked very interesting. Question your favourite vocal performances of all time and one of them. I had to pick a female vocalist. I i mean this is me just saying this i. I felt i had to pick one to represent this crazy. Sort of quest down the road of female vocalists That i've been into over the last pretty much twenty years. I'd say for what you're going to hear here but so for that. I actually picked john donna. Jean god France grateful dead. And i won't go into that whole thing but she kinda represents what this episode is all about yet. I'm knockin include her in in the episode she is almost the most famous version of what we're going to be talking about here but the interesting thing that that framed this episode is that these are actually five female vocalists that i've listened to the most over the last twenty years with the exception of one. And all get to that but the other certainly many many many times on these records and One of the things that i found is that there is not only one w. yard convert congruence to to these As a group in terms of similarities. You know carl young speaks of synchronicity. There's definitely definitely some strange synchronicity here. There's actually four four strange synchronous cities to these female vocalists that we're going to celebrate here. Okay so so. I i i wanted to back up a little bit. So these are all records. That i played over and over and over again i would play these to fall asleep. I play them. You know packing up books but really they were. They were for walks home from the office on a dark. Snowy day Or falling asleep to sort of you know influence dream state and and to take you to imaginary world. I mean these are definitely records that create very strange imaginary world now these days. I'm actually this a bit of a long story. But instead playing these kinds of records and these records specifically like i say over and over and over again along with grateful dead. I've been playing a lot of Spoken-word podcast paranormal podcast. A podcast definitely tons and tons of gordon. White rune soup Where did the road go with sarah. Craig kaminsky a cult of personality. I've probably listened to every episode of that But one of my favorites recently has been Timothy and allison renner with strange familiar now. A lot of that is about The bigfoot ufo connection and crypt ids and ghosts and poltergeists and and fairy folk when he gets josh catching on and stuff like that but one of the wild things about and this is just another secret. The reason i'm i'm playing all this stuff. Recently and the reason i played all of these records While while more this stuff is because they spur creativity and And i've been working on this This time line project with illustrations and illustrations for that are sort of like old timey photographs from the early days of photography recreated as illustrations. But it's almost like these illustrations. You want to have happened like photographs that you wished would happen like this person went there. Oh that proves a theory about that or these. Two guys knew each other or this is an an influence on his art or their photographs from the prefer photograph time before the i think photography is like maybe late eighteen ten eighteen twenties then picked up eighteen forties eighteen sixties but before that you know photography was was illustration and painting so so some of these things that will go along with his imagine. Those project are are illustrations from of things that i wish there would be photos of from photographic time so so timothy and alison with the strange familiar is one of the things i do. Every episode is is. They have an old photograph. A photograph of the week or photograph of the episode that that alison sells off on after they describe it and talk about it a little bit and also Also timothy's music i. He's a folk musician. He's got this bank stone breath and they play music. That sounds like music from the eighteen twenties but mostly with paranormal themes. So i thought there was a strange synchronicity. As i started listening to these guys to these illustrations. I was doing for this imaginary project. So okay so my point here is that i actually play this stuff all the time instead of the very specific case of this music that we're going to celebrate like i. I will play these. These occult podcasts. To to to like fall asleep or effect a assertain dream path. Or whatever you know. One thing i have one rule i won't play episodes about sleep paralysis or shadow people. Because that's the last thing you want to be playing to go into your head as you're trying to fall asleep or whatever right but i would play these. I've play these. Now when packing a books and stuff because it spurs ideas for this illustration project so these are all. These are all records of eliminate state of that that i think are perfect records. Because they're very very quiet That that sort of take you into this strange world now again. The reason i wanted it sort of in that little thing about podcasts. With strange familiar is that is that everything about strange familiar is a little bit about. I mean timothy. He's got a weird folk band. The photos are weird You know the episodes are often about historical. You know folklore type type things. And that's one of the congruency of all of these tracks. Were gonna play today. They all come from the weird folk field now. What is weird folk weird focus like folk music that has some oddness to it. Could be a little progress. It could be a little unconventional lyrics. Certainly can be a little bit weird So it's like folk with something extra. I'd i guess. I found out that i'm not really a folk guy. I'm not. I'm not a big folk fan But i like weird folk one a little extra to my folks. So i don. I don't want straight political stuff. I don't want stuff that sounds like a you know. Most of the songs could have been written traditionally from from way back. When you know. I i want that that modernity or oddness or you know like paranormal witches and stuff like that and we're certainly going to hear a little bit of that with what we get here but so yeah so the point here is this. I i called this five females a weird congruence because these are female singers. That have played a lot a lot a lot. A lot over the last fifteen years and then i found these odd. Odd congruence is so one of them. Let's the congruency so so one of them. They're all kind of loosely from the weird folk world number. Two there are there are a very tight timeframe. The first one. I'm going to play his from nine hundred sixty nine. Then we're going to go. Nineteen seventy seventy one. Seventy two seventy three. So we're gonna go in chronological order and it happened to be again. I did not. I did not choose this. These are just the these records that are played over and over again they happen to be one year consecutive consecutively like that Here's the other strange thing about every one of these. Every one of these artists made one record. And that was it. The made another record very very strange. all explain a little more about that as we go and the and the wildest one that i could not believe when picking these favorite favorite female artists. This blew my mind when i when i noticed this is that every one of these albums has dual male and female vocals. So there's trade offs between a male vocalist and a female vocalist on all of that. Hit me like a lightning bolt. When i when i pick these out. I remember explaining this when when we had a little podcast summit here way way. Back of all the podcasters in toronto and christian came to town from From pantheon and i remember bringing up this This concept and everybody must have thought it was a lunatic. Because it's a very weird deep personal concept and it's obviously a little bit hard explained but but yeah that one blew me away. It's almost like if you went out and picture top twenty albums you go like that one that one. I'm gonna make up my less. And then you look at all of them and went. Oh my god every one of these a red album cover or or you found out that your that everything in your life is is commanded by the number five. Everything happens in fives. Or whatever like like one of those weird mathematical things so for me. It was really odd to find that these five records that i was playing over and over and over again hundreds of times in in one or two examples here but certainly dozens of times for all of them is is that they had dual male and female vocals. Okay i think i got everything out of the way i wanted to talk about generalities there. Let's play our first one and we shall discuss here. We go nine hundred and sixty nine. This is the search party with when he calls cells. Look all right so this is one of those ones that first of all so so what. This is almost classified as is acid folk christian acid folk so they only made one album but it's creepy as all get out and it is dual male female vocals This is the one that i played the least all these because you know in terms of this classic theme that. I'm saying that. I played these albums over and over and over again when trying to fall asleep. Or whatever and have go into your brain and affect your dreams this one. You couldn't really do that with Because it's too noisy and parts. It gets really loud. There's a lot of allowed loud psych playing and stuff like that but It's really really creepy. And what it reminds me of is a couple of things I find that very very charming when geezer butler like gets all scared about the jesus freaks in america right. So they're coming from birmingham. Birmingham is not london. London is not you know. America america is like scaring black sabbath the coolest biggest baddest band of all time so they go there and And you know there's this naievty that you know we. We don't really mean all this stuff. In these jesus freaks as what geezer would call them are freaking us out up at the shows and all this and and you know which is it turns out. It was all kind of the same. Same weird spirituality of this of this hippie air so here we are in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. There's this creepy. It's almost like a doom cult band of You know they're just creeping you out freaking you out about religion kind of thing and and so this whole album is is really haunting and weird and the other strange thing about it is. It's almost a little bit like outsider. Music now outsider. Music famous example of that is the shag. 's um you know basically outsider. Music means A bunch of people who have no business making an album and they usually don't make a lot of albums so it's a little bit like abstract music or abstract art but there's no such thing as abstract music. Abstract art is because you can kind of fake it in art right. There's a lot of abstract art that doesn't take quote unquote artistic skill to get there. It's more about the idea. Whatever in music you kinda gotta go point a to point b. and be able to play guitar sing in tune and all that stuff. That's why you don't get a lot of abstract music. And and that's really why you don't get a lot of outsider music because you have to be semi-skilled to do music so this one's feels a little bit like that feels like these people have no reason to get together to. It's almost like they're big religious cult or something. It's very odd and very creepy sounding. So so yeah. It reminds me of that. Whole man. myth and magic era of the spiritual revival of the of the early seventies. I entered also reminds me a little bit about the the dumi darkness of quote unquote medal as it came out of trouble the ban trouble so these guys sound almost like a a folksy psych jammie. Just weird dark version of of trouble in a way and it's one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. It's out of california. It's just a bunch of guys that look like kind of like a church you know get together. After after after church on sunday afternoon you know that the get together of the church behave. let's have a band. We'll call it. The search party and the album was called. Montgomery a hill right. yeah no montgomery chapel. The album is called montgomery chapel. I've got a cd. Reissue of it. Really nice cd reissue. But even look at the band on the back in they're black and white and it pictures and it just looks like it. Looks like the pastor himself as part of the band and then these females is just very very weird So that's our first one. Nineteen sixty nine the search party when he calls all right. Let's take a listen to our second one here on history and five songs with martin. Popoff episode eighty five females. A weird congruence. Take a listen this. This is trader horn with growing man. I fell shit away but flames. I did not see no money. You buys your friendship. And so i go all right. So this is nineteen seventy a jackie mcauley and judy dibble. Fair port convention. Kind of offshoot thing They only made the one album What i love about this and this female vocalist in particular. Judy dibble here is she. Sounds kind of like gauzy and medicated. Like like on heroin or tranquilizers and it also has a little bit of this sort of why mar germany. Berlin smokiness to it. This decadence to it and and the lyrics are obviously very strange. This is a true weird folk album. It truly fits in that weird folk now. There's also some sort of classical instrumentation and some woodwinds. And i think some horns and stuff. And when i hear that it it reminds me of another band that fits in this sort of dual male female vocal thing. That is creepy like this. Which is almond dual to So they have that sort of thing because You know there's that when you think of kraut rock you think of You know horn. Sometimes i can you know Made with together with prog and hard rock and stuff. So there's a little bit of that in here So very very strange weird folk music on this acoustic a little bit celtic A lot of variety and the other odd odd thing about this album so this is one thousand nine hundred seventy came out on pye records. It's an english band I had to get a cd of it. And i even went and bought it l. p. of it on ebay one of the few things i ever bought on ebay unfortunately minds american. You know i was thinking in terms of records. It's got to be the first edition for this. It would have been more ideal to have a uk edition of the thing. But it's a gate fold album. Looks like a children's record. I mean it sounds like a children's record except the lyrics are very disturbing. That's really the main thing now. The other last thing about this record that is really creepy and strange. Is that between songs. There would be this tinkling piano music in the background. You know like a little lower audibly than the rest of it or or a little classical arrangement like little chill creepy children's music so it's almost like something's going on in the background behind these songs and it reminds me of the The bar scene in the shining right when jack nicholson is pointing up to the bar and talking to the barman there and i think there's a bunch of people around there's a ball going on and all this stuff in his head right so it really reminds me of that so that music. This album almost seems like the soundtrack album to that to that bar ballroom scene in a in the shining very very odd but but a lot of this album is not is not creepy and disturbing. It's just really nice. Are good folk music but with with intelligence strange lyrics soa so there you go judy dibble determinedly. This is one of those albums. I played well over one hundred times over the last fifteen years probably a couple hundred times if not more played this lots and lots and lots and again. It's one of those. It's one of those fall asleep albums because it's quiet. And it's a and it has spurs creativity. Like i say. I did a bunch of art in the nineties. And then i kinda quit for a while and that's really what i wanna do of again. I think this imagine those project has spur moving back into full blown painting again. But for now its illustrations there might be a second version or like like carry on version of this book past world war one which is where the first one ends where i might do more of these illustrations but i'm really liking doing this old timey photos that i wish could have been or whatever and all of this music sounds very old like like before their early seventies it it sounds like say like weird folk folk. Music is traditional music all right. Let's take a quick break. We'll be right back all right back again. Here on history. Five songs with martin popoff a very odd rabbit hole trip For this episode five females a weird convergence. these are five female vocalists. I've been you know more or less obsessed over for the last Fifteen years or so Where i found this strange strange convergence. Okay let's play the next one here and we shall discuss. This is the ghost with hearts and flowers Is online all right. So what this one is is an indie album. That came out from a ban from birmingham on the gemini label. I believe it was. Yes jim i'm looking at my lp copy of this which sadly is not an original. I think this is a I think this is like an italian bootleg where they tried to make it. Look all authentic and stuff so the the band is called the ghost there from birmingham. There's another pretty famous band from birmingham from this time it's nineteen seventy-one. It's got dual male and female vocals convergence They only made one album convergence. It's weird folk convergence and And it's from this tight time period. Where all these basically happened by accident The vocalist the female vocalist is surely can't and you heard on his. This song is hearts and flowers this one of the mellower songs on it but of course it goes hearts and flowers died today. But there's one on here the the opening track when you're dead is sort of like a frantic psychic psych psych psych rock deep purple in a way that guitarist paul eastman. Let's see. is there just one yet. Paul eastman sounds a little bit like a Like an out of date ritchie blackmore. When i say out of date this album coming out in nineteen seventy-one sounds more like like if this came out in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine it would have been a drop dead psych classic or sixty eight but in seventy one. It's a little out of date it is. It is heavy and psych. It's very creepy. Incredibly creepy Musically and vocally again surely can't reminds me a little bit of judy. Dibble with this sort of haunting. I've just got shot up with heroin. Sort of sound But yeah. There's a track on here. Called night of the warlock with witches and demons and stuff on a win. You're dead is all about dying in heaven. This is my enemy. Lot of variety. Lot versatility but some some really kick ass drumming on here and some really cool ritchie blackmore. Ask guitar playing so it's dark psych but it is also very weird folk Quite often as well. So i thought this was really cool about ten years ago i got asked to do some liner notes for cd. Reissue of this. I never did get a copy of the cd and the funny thing was I thought oh boy. This is cool. Because i'm obsessed by this out. I just love it. i got to interview surely can't for it but she wouldn't talk to me she would only do an email interview so i've got a cherished short email interview that said what the heck was his band all about. Because it's pretty crazy man but yeah check it out. Check out the song when you're dead for a good heavy one check check out the song night of the warlock for good satanic one but this hearts and flowers is just a creepy weird folk on all right moving on take them. Listen to this. This is our number four entry. This is a band called grooten with waden for my ship waiting for my ship. Smell our all right so this is an odd one. This one i. I'm more or less played three or four songs from this over and over and over again hundreds of times but not the whole thing because it's a little bit loud and rock and roll It's it's the woman's name on. This is an resort. And let me just check this again. Hang on sorry about this The group the anna anna rizzo. They only made one album. It's it's on. It was honored. Believe columbia. And they were like jefferson. Starship jefferson airplane offshoot band. There was another one of these day ships But grooten only made one album there from california. So it's ana rizzo with these hilarious looking like five hippie guys and and it could even be a little bit crock here in there too because there are some horns But i just love her voice. She's she's so expressive and dramatic on here and there are some oddly. It's the one you just heard very strange Going to canada's a really cool song as well on here Young a young girl's blue young woman's blues is really cool. Fulltime woman road fever. I'm funky but Yeah just just love kind of where. She goes with her voice all over this album. It's very fest byan. She she can even go a little a little flat or sharp at times and it sounds like it's on purpose just to sound a little more wild. What i love about this record is it really captures that. That post hippy. Hippy adjacent time you know which which i guess. All five of these are sort of from that period except the first one which is squarely in hippy times. But it's a little bit of that You know after the assassinations after the vietnam war and nixon have already been a grind after the drugs are not fun anymore. They're more like work. You know this this this hippie seventies thing that kind of went on the the the sort of tired aftermath after the bikers moved in You know seventy one. Seventy two seventy three sort of period that gives rise to a band like black sabbath right but this is more of like a california hangover a feel But yeah just love her vocals all over this album and played this over and over and over again. This is another one. That i actually one of the rare times i went on ebay to buy a copy of the lp. And i do have a cd issue as well. So there you go. That's her number four all right so we're number five. I left the best for last. This is one that i have played probably five hundred times. I've called this my favorite album of all time at times. But you know you don't wanna bring up records like this too often because it just sounds like you're being one of these crazy music snobs but i definitely i have no problem calling this One of my very few top favourite albums of all time but it's the complete antithesis of queen one and physical graffiti and sabotage. It's one of the quietest albums you'll ever hear in your life Well let's take a listen and then we'll discuss this. Is these trails with hello lou. Komo t ball you falling. Saw all right so what. This is nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy three. It's an indie album from hawaii. They only made one album This is margaret morgan singing. This is one of the greatest female vocal performances. I swear of all time. Even on an objective level Across the length of a whole album again. The astonishing synchronicity. Carl young police. Synchronicity is that male female vocals Definitely this fits in the world of weird folk. But what. I love about this as well. Is that patrick. Crockett the sort of mastermind behind the band. He does so much really interesting and fresh acoustic guitar. How we get in that talk about jimmy. Page being quote unquote overrated. And then i get in trouble for that. Because i have to argue that they're well they're overrated because they're so highly rated right but jimmy page one of the great things about him. Is we remember going to california and babe. I'm leaving you and friends. Which is my favorites. Aplin song of all time. His his great acoustic stuff. While sometimes i say you know what he is a little overrated. Because nick drake across the i two of his three albums did as much or more amazing cool. Acoustic stuff is jimmy page. Ever did well patrick. Crock does the same thing on this. These trails out so much variety here so much single tracked and double tracked really interesting acoustic guitar all through this whole thing. And he is the haunting really cool high lead vocalist. That goes along with margaret morgan. Morgan margaret morgan. She died. I think in two thousand and two which was sort of poignant for me because i only discovered this album slightly after that. You know some listening this knowing that she She has passed on She had a kind of a troubled life. Maybe some mental issues. When she made this album she was only i think. Seventeen or eighteen years old There was little information on this album out there. So i actually tracked down patrick crockett and did an interview with him about a which i haven't used for anything and i even tracked down margaret's sister and had an interview with her about the whole thing. I even talked to a buddy of mine. Who's documentary filmmaker. Saying somebody ought to do a documentary on this album like this is. This is way cooler story than waiting for sugarman or whatever mean. This album is not very famous but I just think it's an absolute masterpiece. Start to finish. It's it's weird folks squarely Really really interesting lyrics throughout Some crazy vocal effects. There's one on here called a broken links. Which i think could have been like king diamond intro music at shows. It's really kind of strange. There's some really light stuff on here. There's some things about ghosts and there's a lot of nature stuff on here this one. This one's called. Hello lou and you know asked. Patrick and i asked margaret sister about is this is this about satan. Is it is. It's sort of like a satanic song because the lyrics are very very subtly down that road. There's a baby that's born. There's charisma there's keeper of the keys. It's called hello lou. There's there's dressing up and gestures guys. There's this really strange sequence here where you know you picture them on hawaii and some little cabin and the protagonist. I think this is margaret singing at this point open door. You know there's rain hitting hitting you in the face and then there's wind and then there's breaking branches so there's this this this elevation in the weather that goes on in the song It's just a very strange unsettling song that sounds like you know there's talk about a fallen star So it sounds like it's about that. But patrick and the sister said well. I think margaret had kind of like a Tumultuous relationship that didn't end well with patrick and patrick might have been a little older. Maybe they were both young but margaret eventually like lit out for california and she did all the all the alternative spiritualism stuff and all that and i think she did have. Some problems didn't find her way and it's just a shame that she never sang again because the vocals across this album will blow your mind. I mean there's so much versatility and the highs that she hits there's a song called rapt attention where she says you are my conception and then it's just so high and Yeah just the gorgeous of the vocals together and one last thing to say about this album so yeah so sorry. I didn't didn't go there so so both. I think patrick kind of hinted that it might have been about a troubled male female relationship and not lucifer. And i think i think margaret's sister kind of said the same thing in and they you know they had a falling out with patrick over the reissue. And it sounds like the mother was involved with not wanting the reissue out and then the falling out and then some business stuff that went on with the cd being reissued Very audio sound like it sounded like there. Possibly from like a Sugar plantation family. Margaret was not ethnic hawaiian. I don't think You see pictures of her. She looks like your standard white gal Now the last thing to say about this album that is quite interesting is it's it's kind of known for when it's known at all. It's kind of known for being being Innovative with synthesizers. There's this It was made in the studio where there was this studio synthesizer guy who had all the latest gear and and was playing some really haunting strains synthesizers stuff to go around with a weird folks so at least for hawaii in nineteen seventy three There are in. There are innovative early uses of synthesizer on this album. I mean seventy three is not that early for synthesizers but it is really cool. It's woven into this whole thing but yeah these trails is the name of the band. These trails is the name of the album. So it's a self titled is just a very boring front cover of you know it's kind of like a sepia tone. One toned brown cover of of these feet standing in lick creek or something But one of the greatest albums of all time. As far as i'm concerned but obviously you have to like very very quiet. Soft female vocal hawaiian folk music this album. So it's a little bit different than black sabbath sabotage. I would say all right there we go. I have already made this the longest episode. I've ever done because i could go on forever. I ask actually thought of doing an entire podcast episode on just these trails album at one point but i thought that would be way too obscure. Hopefully this has been semi interesting for y'all so there you go. If you like this show and want to support future episodes please go to kofi rhymes with no fee. Dot com slash. Martin popoff hit that red support button by me a coffee or a pint and this week. This week's party faithful. All of these came in this week. So thank you people. I want to thank bruce campbell. Andrew clarke tim. Durling david fisher. Jeremy french paul gaspari jonathan jordan. Kevin latham luke mahto sick melissa ni augusta garcia de. Peretti's colston veer. 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MOTW #28: Supplements (Revisited)

The Sheepdog Project

1:24:58 hr | 1 year ago

MOTW #28: Supplements (Revisited)

"Welcome back to mind the everybody. Welcome to a special bonus assode of mind. The warrior don't get too excited though because this is a retread of some old material and i'm gonna tell you why lately if you've been fallen podcast that i know you have you've been following on social media. You know that i have a new love for fitness. Begin back into a for a couple months now taking taking care of myself getting into the gym get after it eating right taking the right supplements getting plenty of water healthy diet optimizing my performance getting a lot on more emails than usual on that very subject <hes> especially after last week's episode. Excuse me this week's episode with margaret patel lot of questions. Get a lot of questions about supplements and for the most part. I refer everybody back to an old episode what was known as s._d._p. Episode thirty where my good friend dr drew winnie was on and nine times out of ten. That's what i do and say hey go back. Listen to this episode pretty much sums everything up if that doesn't answer your question than email me again and says i was referring to so many people that episode i decide to go back and re listen to it and check it out. I checked it on the field and i noticed it is one of the most popular episodes it's still get a ton of downloads every month not just from the people that i'm driving to it but i think a lot of new new people coming on board are seeing it for those of you. That haven't listened to it. It really is one of the most worthwhile episodes we've ever done. I would back in religion and i didn't like like the sound quality sorry remastered the master track a little bit and that's gonna drop in here up ahead so basically what is going to be in that same interview that i did with dr drew weenie winging e._m. Physician fitness nut brazilian jiu jitsu brown belt. All our guys help optimize. My fitness helped me with my supplements helped me with everything that has to do with venice really going back. As far as when i was in residency <hes> so great interview i've remastered. It sound quality's better. I think you guys will get a lot out of it. This is definitely an episode. You're gonna have a notebook for and take <hes> take some notes. This is even more important to be now now that i'm relooking everything that has to a fitness in my life and a again. It's one of the most common questions that get in when i get these questions about supplements. Everybody asks me all the time. Especially the people who have already listen to this interview will dock. Where do you get your supplements. Concede your online. What you do and the answer is quite simple. I go to on it dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. that the ford slash komo t._w._a. Courses a new thing recent affiliate of on it but i've always gotten myself laments from them so this isn't a company that i just hooked up with for expediency. This is a company that i believe in. I've been using their supplements for quite a long time. Whether we're talking about <hes> the total human packs that i take in the morning and at night they have everything i need from krill oil tomb rick <hes> calcium whatever it might be all the way to their way protein and and they're creating that i use for my post workout on dot com forward slash m. o. T. w. is my one stop shop for all my supplementation limitation needs and it should be fears too so after you listen to this episode you take those notes. Make yourself a shopping list. Go over there. Check it out another question. I've been getting a lot with all all this new fitness stuff that i've been putting on social media is questions about my diet and people will you send me whether their reverence in the old dolch episodes or whatever it might be be. They'll send me hey. This is what i mean. Do you think i'm getting of calories that i'm not a nutritionist. I'm not my whole chain. That's why i've had a couple of times. I need people to consult with and i need to take the thought process out of that specially now my busy schedule. I'm an imposition still doing a lot of stuff driving around the street flying around the country <hes> teaching classes crazy busy. My wife's crazy busy. She has her own business so we don't have time to cook all time it's up being about half the time we do not have time to cook so the solution that we found that as meal prep and i tried a couple of different tried. Some local didn't like it. Try to couple the bigger companies pluses and minuses. Finally what i settle on united said if trifecta is good enough for the u._f._c. It's gotta be good enough for me and i've been very happy with their menu choices. I've been i'm very happy with the calorie count the protein count the carb count the way that you can choose whether you're gonna kito whether you're going clean whatever might be so. I'm really happy with tribeca and very happy to announce that they also are now an affiliate of the mind of the where your podcast so you've gotta try -ffected nutrition dot com forward slash komo t. w. a. you get the great mind. The warrior listener hook up just like a get you guys for everything and you can eat clean. You can eat healthy and you don't have worry by not spend hours in the kitchen when you're driving home at night. You're tired and you're like a just i. I can't stand the thought of going to kick a cook. I'm just gonna. I'm gonna pull in his burger joint and get some garbage. No you don't have to do that. You know you have a healthy tasty meal waiting for you in the fridge when you get home trifecta nutrition dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. all right. The commercials are over. I'm going to get right to the interview withdrew and i'll be back to recap it when it's all over so check it out drew walk welcome to the sheepdog project brother. Thanks buddy while i'm always i'm glad you're here to help me sort through this because <hes> for those my listeners listeners that don't know <hes> and haven't read your book which they need to go to the sheepdogs store and purchase <hes> drew has made it really his life's work in addition to being <hes> <hes> an air a former air force officer combat deployed multiple times <hes> previously a family medicine physician an emergency medicine physician <hes> an age management management physician. Did you also <hes> also bariatric certification. Don't you yup. I'm yeah i'm a member of the american obesity medicine don't practice obesity obesity medicine per se i <hes> i just got really interested in it joined. He's also a brazilian jiu jitsu brown belt. He's the guy who got me into jujitsu <hes> and he's an absolute beast in the gym so <hes> he somebody who talks the talk and walks the walk. He's not one little pencil neck's who's out there telling you how to be big big and strong when they've never even picked up a kettlebells himself. This is somebody that actually knows so thank you so much coming on and sharing your your expertise hopefully hopefully now when people email me i can just send a link to this podcast will answer literally all their questions. Thanks that's that's quite an interesting. Well as you know. I get asked i mean is is often as you do. I mean it's it's constantly being asked about nutritional supplements <hes> for years we've been asked about about him <hes> and <hes> it's i dunno. It's just an interesting <hes>. It's an interesting topic because everybody's looking for something they can take to giving menaj <hes> and what i what i always tell folks. Is you know they're called supplements for a reason you know <hes>. I'm not saying that you shouldn't take them in fact <hes> i'm going to go into that. I think almost everybody should take bytes. There's no shortcut. You know you gotta have your training on point. You've got to have your nutrition nutrition. On point. You gotta do it consistently day in and day out <hes> or you know taking all these extra supplements and all these poppies pills and powders <hes>. You're wasting your time really because the you know the banks for your buck is in training hard recovering adequately and eating a good good diet and we can you know we can talk at length about what constitutes a good diet but most i think most of your listeners have some idea what that looks like so you know i think our said something years ago might answer about <hes> supplements and he made the analogy that that going out and buying you know hundreds of dollars. It's a supplement every day is like <hes> buying expensive suntan lotion and then going out at midnight and expecting something something to happen <hes> and so you've got to put the work in <hes> or else really just wasting your time and your money <hes> and make is you can waste a lotta money on supplements. I mean the the industry is just huge. It's if it's not billion dollar industry. It's probably getting close to it. <hes> i mean everywhere you look if there's somebody who is trying to sell you something <hes> so what i what i have done <hes> for myself and then for you know for people that ask is really try to get into into the nitty gritty of what the science shows <hes> and when you do that you find a couple of things one. We don't really know that much about nutrition. Personal supplements <hes> the quality of the research out. There is not very good. <hes> i mean you remember in residency and you know and things like journal club. I mean we would talk about the glaring holes and all of these <hes> you know medical journal <hes> studies that were out there that had several thousand people in them <hes> you know and and we're talking about you know the major flaws that were in those if you look at the same kind of literature nutritional supplements i mean i it's so much worse. <hes> i'm sorry go ahead. I was just say a lot a lot of the people. The problem is i in my pin a lot of the people who were doing the research on supplements. Let's have an agenda so quarter so there's so much skewed out there just based on that in that allowing the ah whether it's for or against because i know people that have made it their physicians who've just about made it their life's work to disprove supplementation and and then you have people in the industry who they want to sell more supplements so obviously those duties that skew towards supplementation exactly exactly and that's the problem in the medical research big pharma you know he's got their fingers in everything you know if you look at the largest source of funding from those studies comes from big pharma arma <hes> so you have to kind of look and try to find <hes> unbiased research which can be a real challenge but in the supplement world you know you'd be hard press to find a study that has made like fifty people in it <hes> you know or twenty and so it might be you know the conclusions that they get might be what they call all statistically significant in this small group of people but it's really hard to correlate that and say well. How does that translate into me. How's it translate into somebody else or you. Do you know an older person a kid. I mean good luck. Plus the fact so <hes> so with that caveat <hes> you know the i have tried to boil things down to <hes> you know taking the things that i really think have got good evidence that are not also gonna break my pocketbook doc because as you know you can spend hundreds of dollars a month <hes> if if every time a new supplement study came out <hes> on a new supplement you know now as i spent money on that. I mean the mortgage my house. <hes> good news is you. Don't need all that crap. There's very little there's a small number of things. I think that most those people would benefit from and thankfully not that expensive so um so someone's they're super important. If you'd asked me ten fifteen years ago i probably would have given you the same aim line. Most doctors do is all you know. You're going to be supplements. You just eat a well-balanced diet <hes> what they taught us a med schools and that's a great. That's a great intro tro before we go into kind of breaking down a day. <hes> what do you what do you say to that because that's something that i've always heard. That's what i heard in medical school. It's like if you if you eat your green leafy vegetables and your lean meats and your whole grains <hes> you're gonna get your you know you're gonna get your niacin jason here. You're gonna get your zinc here. Negating your vitamins your trace minerals here and here. You're appropriate amount of good fats and bad fats. Wh what do you say to that. What's what's your response well. I you know i would say that. The <hes> the research does not substantiate that claim <hes> <hes> although it makes i mean it sort of makes intuitive sense but it's kind of a cop out to you know they used to tell us. We'll just we'll just eat a well-balanced diet but then they actually never told us what that really was. Was you know so. We just parrot that patients. It'd be like just a well-balanced diet <hes> they want specifics. You're kind of at a loss <hes> but you know there's been a number of studies coming out of the last you know ten or fifteen years looking at you know how much <hes> specific specific micronutrients for example <hes> <hes> if you eat <hes> you know a relative what's considered a relatively healthy <hes> diet you know are you reaching the r._d._a.'s which is kind of what the government has has set as some sort of baseline targets. <hes> and i won't go into that because those huge. They've got problems as well. Those numbers in my opinion are not <hes> not entirely accurate but for example <hes> there's one that comes to mind they compared like if you ate the standard handed atkins diet and then they compared to the dash diet which is <hes> you know a low sodium mostly vegan diet <hes> compared to mediterranean then and they looked at the average clerk and take if you had like twenty two hundred calories a day each one of those diets. Where would you come up on the r._d._a. Across you know a dozen the twenty plus micronutrients and almost all of them were at the end of the day less than one hundred percent of what the r._d._a. was was mandating <hes> and and so they said for you know for some of them you'd have to eat up to ten thousand calories a day of of the dash diet for example to get one hundred percent plus of everything across the board that you're supposed to get <hes> so that's man i don't i i could probably ten thousand calories but yeah i not not consistently man <hes> so you know it's unfortunately even if you try to eat as healthy as you possibly. Can i mean it's certainly better than eating standard western diet but the odds are is. You're gonna come up. Shy <hes> not so much that you're gonna have clinical deficiency. <hes> you know you're not gonna get scurvy for saying keith aren't going to fall out <hes> but there's a big difference between getting enough so you don't have clinical deficiency versus. What's the right amount for optimal health. Those are two different things with totally different numbers in a couple of that's where supplements come in a couple of can founders here to that. I don't think i ever really get addressed <hes> and well one of one of them. This is something that i heard years ago when the arguments for supplementation of vitamins minerals <hes> and certain certain micronutrients was <hes> yes if you ate the diet that <hes> that were designed to eat grown properly organically in soil and not been leached from over farming <hes> that chemicals had not been added to the hormones had not been added to in the case of livestock <hes> and you eight you know kind of a quasi paleo type diet that we were designed for yes you would be getting getting the proper amount of nutrients <hes> however all of those things can found it and we also have to look at the fact that <hes> ancient man and was not the healthiest i mean he he didn't. He didn't necessarily reported necessarily eat the paleo diet because it was the best diet for him. It was the diet that tailable and i and i do and i'm not bashing on paleo because like i say i'm kind of a quasi kind of guy the founder that i don't think it's brought into it is when you're talking about use is the key word for me is optimal performance. What is optimal performance for somebody who is a nine to five office worker versus somebody who is a special forces operator. You're or a professional athlete when we're talking about that. We're talking about a higher metabolic demand <hes> an anytime you have more metabolic demand demand more cell turnover. You're talking about a greater need. You know there's more a._t._p. Identifying triphosphate being manufactured here everything that goes into that all the micronutrients. You're gonna need more zinc for soft tissue repair. You're going to need more magnesium at the end of the day for muscle relaxation <hes> <hes> and an overnight rest and recuperative phase. You're going to need more protein almost all the time the that was that was the first thing that i found out out from from my trainer was you're not era half the amount of protein that you need to be eaten. You need to increase your prince so let's talk about this. Let's talk about this in the for this. This is how i was like to break it down. I think the surprise the easiest for everybody keep his kind of linear. What <hes> i break my style. I have stuff that i take in the morning i have. I have stuff that i take a around midday. <hes> you know either either perry workout or whatever it might be <hes> and i've snuffed that i take in in the evening <hes> so let's if you don't mind let's bring it down that that way chris as well although so <hes> i mainly do the bulk of my supplements or in the morning and then i got a few things that i take at night <hes> as well <hes> and then <hes> yeah i. I may take some stuff before workout. <hes> we'll talk about that too so <hes> you know number one. I i take a multivitamin and i'm not fancy <hes> and it's it's not expensive but i consider a <hes> kind of an insurance policy essentially just to make sure that i'm not <hes> <hes> having any <hes> you know potential <hes> micronutrient deficiencies or <hes>. You know things along those lines <hes>. I see very little little downside to doing that. In fact i don't see any downside to doing that. <hes> <hes> as long as as a male you're not taking that has iron because iron can build up in a in the mail and you can cause problems but <hes> yeah i mean i started off with a multivitamin and then i take my fish oil. <hes> and i've talked a lot about about fish oil. I'm i'm pretty. It's pretty bullish on fish oil <hes> although you know we'll say a lot of the more recent research is really <hes>. You know it saying not surprisingly that it's probably you better to <hes> get the bulk of your d._h._a. And e._p._a. Which of the two active ingredients if you can from actually fish <hes> so aw but now that doesn't mean there's not unless you want mercury poisoning though nowadays that's right yeah right. I mean that's a huge each person. You're point <hes> <hes> you know hey especially if you're a female of childbearing age rice and you might consider having a child or becoming pregnant pregnant you don't wanna be leading tissues of mercury <hes> if you wanna go the fisher out <hes> sardines have lowest mercury counts basically the longer lived officials are more time they have to build up mercury and their tissues <hes> which is why you shouldn't eat sharks turtles turtle soup. I think think is pretty much illegal now anyway. It's not a shuki. Turtles probably matt for many reasons. Don't eat turtles <hes> but <hes> you you have to start evenings if you can handle the the smell fishy fishy taste which high she like but i've been banned from meeting those at work so i started working. It's it's generally not appreciated when you pop open a can of sardines in the pit in the emergency room if not at all on it is banished to my office. I take oil now. Oh yeah yeah that's another great source <hes> as well yeah. Do you like that better. I it's less fishy. I don't get the bell. I don't get the fish oil belches <hes> which which i like and so i take a <hes> acrylamide gel cap in the morning and i take one at night. <hes> was doing most of the officials that are out there. The capsules are just so huge <hes> dr dr and i don't i don't do well with large pills anyway and then on top of their walking around for an hour afterwards you know belching up fish oil <hes> was just let me so <hes> so i like the oil at smaller <hes> it's a little bit more convenient and i think <hes> griller probably pretty short lived so i think <hes> they're they're surfing yeah. I've never tried krill oil but i might <hes> give it a shot what i do i because i've got the same problems with ficials you have is this is the fish burps afterwards and then you know to get what i think is a an optimal dose of d._h._a. And e._p._a. Which is about to at least two grams two to four grams per day. <hes> you know with some of these standard fish oil capsules. You're taking twelve days you know and so that's you know no wonder you got fish. Burbs has got a bellyful of fish oil <hes> so i come across a few brands the one i'm using right now. It's not an endorsement and we get paid for pocket supplements but <hes> there's a triple strength <hes> <hes> three fish oil brand by bronson and so two there are two of their soft gels have <hes> over two grams of d. h. e._p._a. Combined so <hes> so i take to those in the morning and i take two night <hes> and so the vo- just very concentrates you don't get the big you know the the fish burps and all that kind of stuff so <hes> it's a little bit more expensive <hes> but you know kinda caught them like five regular fish oil pills in the morning and five at niamh wasn't good has rough go before deficient before i switched to krill. I was doing the the slurs the ochre yeah it's it comes in like a mint flavor and you do like a tablespoon in the morning <hes> and that gives you all. You need a neutralizes utilizes. The fish tastes completely completely yeah and <hes> cool so what what are you getting ready to talk about the benefits officials so what are they yeah. Yeah i think across the board. I mean most people if you eat a western diet you probably need to supplement <hes> or just dramatically. Increase your efficient position. Take because <hes> you know fish oil. I mean guys you look at you. Look at the the literature. I mean there's benefits <hes> in almost almost every single organ system from the brain definitely the heart you know about the sex lip. It's <hes> it. Has you know fairly effective in inflammatory <hes> <hes> <hes> property so people with <hes> you know inflammatory autoimmune conditions tend to stand some some benefit potentially <hes> some people with asthma can benefit from it <hes> and it all basically boils down to this ratio between omega three and omega six fatty acids <hes> the the thinking of without getting too much biochemistry. They act in opposition fish oil specifically the d._h._a. and e._p._a. Or omega threes so they have this anti-inflammatory tori <hes> property to them among other things omega six which are still just as important. They have a pro inflammatory <hes> effect in the body. The problem in the western diet is you should have this ideally golden one to one ratio. Where mega mega six are your your total. Title intake is roughly equal. If you average western diet they say it's like fifteen to one sixteen to one so you are just wildly out of you just totally out of balance <hes> <hes> you know and so you've got this pro inflammatory environments <hes> which spills over into you know number different health issues so the idea with supplementing official role is that you could start bringing that ratio down closer to one to one <hes> and so you know again this states will vary but anywhere between two two soon four grams a day seems to be kind of a sweet spot <hes> although there's lots of studies that show taken less than that can help too <hes> so i mean if you're ratio is sixteen into one. I mean even getting to eight to one. You'd stand up benefit from <hes> so <hes> i think it's i think it's pretty important <hes> i think it's it's one of those kind of the core essential nutritional supplements that i recommend <hes> especially if you've got a history of heart disease <hes> that sort of thing but even if you're an athlete i mean it <hes> it actually there's some studies showing increases protein synthesis <hes> you can get. You'll be less solar after workout if you supplement with fish oil i i'm certainly doc i have to i have to and i noticed it when i miss it <hes> on my workout so <hes> i do think that that's a real phenomenon <hes> <hes> and again you know there's no downside you know it's you can't really overdose on fish. Oil suppose theoretically one study <music> out there that that said there was a possible link to prostate cancer but it was in dosages. I wanna say eight times. What you're describing it was actually to not the only one that i'm aware of that that has ever shown anything like that and it was a pretty weak link <hes> as well the most of the cancer studies show if anything the show reduced colon and breast cancer so <hes> so i would not let that your way of thinking fish oil thing widely available i i've noticed i sense taking either e either fish oil and or krill oil and i've added to merick that just oh yeah my normal daily soreness soreness is vastly improved. My po post workout soreness vastly improved. There's <hes> a previously <hes> going to do a hard roll at typically <hes> thursday night. Jujitsu is always the hardest. 'cause you kick everybody's ass going weekend. They used to be friday mornings. We're just completely unbearable for me. <hes> as an old guy waking up it's literally everything from my neck <hes> <hes> down it was just an extreme and and it's it's not it's not an issue for me anymore. I mean i see i still have a little bit horning soreness. I get up. I stretch out and could get up today's friday. I got up. I did a very hard night as sparring last night. <hes> i got up today and i was within forty five minutes awaken up. I was at the box doing wall walks in throwing a hundred pound deeb all over my shoulder and sled pushes and there's no way before i changed my supplement routine that i could have been doing that. Yeah absolutely not yeah and you know and you're doing everything right as well. So you know you you stand. You're gonna to get the most benefit out of fish oil because you've got all those other boxes checks as well so we can't afford any right yeah. You can't sit there watching tv drinking away protein shake <hes> and and take in all the all the right supplements. If you're not doing the work that goes along with what else do you recognize word of <hes> so probably the one of the the most important ones out there and and it's hard for me to say which is the most important but <hes> if i if you had to pin me down and say what's the most important thing mike across most but not all americans i would probably say vitamin d <hes> type with magnesium which we'll talk about. <hes> pretty woman d- is incredibly important. <hes> and a lot of this stuff on vitamin is new research. It's been it's only been out the last few years. We've realized that <hes> just how crucial it is. I mean it's it's not really a it's called a vitamin but it's really not it's actually a hormone. <hes> and i mean from your cognition too. We've always known about the effects on bone health from that's pretty important calcium and vitamin d kind of go together with that <hes> but if you look at you know rates of coronary artery disease these <hes> racist stroke blood pressure <hes> insulin sensitivity in type two diabetics <hes> massive effects across across across the board <hes> it's really common to have severe vitamin d deficiency sometimes in multiple sclerosis so we know it affects the brain <hes> and <hes> it probably affects other tissues in ways that we don't even know yet <hes> so it's it's crucially crucially important and it's so common to be <hes> deficient <hes> even if you live in a sunny climate because even if you know like you're down in texas you have a lot more sunlight than i do here in oregon <hes> <hes> but how much of that is actually spent outside with your shirt off your getting a full dose of of <hes> of sunlight georgie americans. Don't do that <hes> so it's. I actually been shocked like the times i've checked it in patients. <hes> i mean it's almost universally low doc <hes> and so that gets to you know. We don't really know what the optimal level is but we definitely are getting. We're getting in the right ballpark. <hes> the vitamin d society <hes> which is a bunch of scientists that get together every few months and talk about vitamin d excited <hes> yeah. I don't wanna get invited to that party. <hes> those guys they recommend levels of like a hundred to one hundred fifty micrograms <hes> promote oviedo which is a very high end which is way way higher <hes> most of the standard athletes out there say that <hes> you know under thirty <hes> is is considered low. <hes> and most of the studies show you start getting significant benefit above thirty if you can get to fifty but i'll be honest with you. I went through either website and look at their literature. They've got they make a good case for pushing that vitamin d. level higher with supplementation to over one hundred <hes> the the the thing is you're not gonna reach that without supplementation. There's no way you basically have to sit outside. Sit outside outside with your shirt off and drink whole milk all day long pretty much even then you might not get that over one hundred <hes> and there's been you mentioned cognition ignition. There's some mid some really strong strong studies linking vitamin d deficiency too early onset alzheimer's absolutely absolutely and a._d._h._d. He and bipolar disorder <hes> it's i mean there's there's receptors for vitamin d and practically every single tissue in the body <hes> and so <hes>. It's so easy to fix it. It's so cheap <hes> and truly i mean you have to really megadose vitamin d to start running into toxicity <hes> i it's. I know it's a f- you know it's considered a fat soluble vitamin <hes> so there's theoretical dangerous if you've incredibly high but <hes> it's that's just not going to happen. If you take reasonable all those <hes> the best way obviously to find out what your vitamin d levels go doctor asking the check it <hes> and they can do that for you and then you'll know because that's that's what i do. I check my own lapse every six months to <hes> to get my you know various vitamin levels and things like that dial in <hes> so <hes> minimum generally about two thousand. I use a day. Some people can get away with less. It just depends on what your level is. <hes> i will tell as for me i my level sit around eighty <hes> eighty micrograms per animal and i take ten thousand i use day <hes> and so <hes> i'm happy with that. I feel great you know i. I don't feel the need to push it. I don't know that i would benefit that much from going higher than that. <hes> if there's better data and says as i would then i'll do it if it says i should back off. I'll do that later. <hes> ten thousand a lot like you won't see very many official recommendation saying that you take that much but i do that based off of my my blood work <hes> and so that's important just not arbitrarily shotgun things and and and you know i it's a standard any family physicians internal medicine doc in order for you <hes> and <hes> and then you can get guidance on dosages and stuff like pat's so vitamin d is huge <hes> now almost everybody should be taking vitamin d. Did you supplement your vitamin d. Do you specifically go for d. Three correct yeah yeah exactly yep d two. It's less biologically active. <hes> did you can get you to. I've seen it out there but almost all the stuff that you pick up <hes> even a walmart brand is going to be vitamin d three and that's what you want and for those <hes> d three so if you get vitamin d the in its regular form year your body has to can we talked about sunlight. Your body has to convert that to d three <hes> coli cal shifferaw aw <hes> using the sunlight but if you take it as d three you're getting the form that your body can use and that's the form that i take as well yep exactly and i think <hes> <hes> i've never seen any official recommendations that you even need to consider taking the other times so <hes> yeah so just take vitamin d vitamin d and fisherman kosovo. We're so in the morning multi vitamin vitamin d fish oil anything else <hes> <hes> yeah i take <hes> i take creatine <hes> <hes> and you also talked a lot about that <hes> now credence kinda interesting. It's been around forever. <hes> it's probably one of the if not the most well studied nutritional supplement out there because <hes> when it came on the scene athletes started seeing real measurable performance improvements <hes> <hes> you know all these other things we've talked about are good for you in the long run but there's not very many things you can take immediately and then within just a few weeks the you know a uh-huh measurable improvement in athletic performance but create them for the most part is one of those things <hes> what you're gonna say the reader's digest version for why people need to take creating okay so creatine your body your muscles are loaded with creates and it's part of part of who you are <hes> all animal tissues have it as well so it's not some weird exogenous thing that you're putting into your body. <hes> the ability to perform high intensity you <hes> explosive <hes> exercise and generate a lot of muscular power is is determined by <hes> how much a._t._p. Dp you have in your muscles <hes> and so as you know when you contract a muscle the a._t._p. Gets cleaved dennison triphosphate ghost. I i then they seem die phosphate. You lose a phosphate okay in order to keep going and keep pushing. You gotta get that phosphate back onto an a._d._p. And make more a._t._p. G._p. and that's what that's what creates does creatine binds phosphate and it's a phosphate pool so you can keep that keep that going and you only have a limited amount of creatine in in your in your muscle tissue so that's why you can't sprint for two miles. You know you can only spend for one hundred meters. Two hundred meters depending on you know <hes> how you are so what they found is that if you load the muscle with credits and you increase the amount of phosphate that's available to keep that cycle going so if you're running a hundred meter dash fast as you possibly can. You may run out of of phosphate and run out of a._t._p. At the fifty or sixty meter mark <hes>. I'm an start slowing down <hes> the idea. Is that with creatine now. You've got extra pool phosphate. You may not slow down for another ten yards at ten meters twenty meters even <hes> so data showing. That's the case. It's almost like <hes> you always when you go to the gas pump. Now it gives you the option. D wanna added octane booster to this yes or no wall. It's a eighteen is almost like an octane booster for yourselves basically with an extra pool order they'll they'll let you work harder and so when you work harder you get a little bit more muscle breakdown in the long run results in protein synthesis awesome and gained muscle mass <hes> the respect that idea into the case now <hes> this this is this is something i remember hearing from. Two things things that i always remember hearing about creating <hes> one is that it has to be taken with some form of carbohydrate whether it's fruit or whatever it is. Can you hear drew lucia per second saying that you know one thing that i had heard from way back when it comes to creating is it has to be taken with some type of carter carbohydrate in order to get into the soaks. Is that true yeah yeah. <hes> i have to <hes> you can get increased absorption if you take it with some horrible hydrate and actually a little bit of protein helps to <hes> so somewhere the studies are like fifty grams of you know relatively medium-to-high glycemic <hes> index carbohydrates so <hes> i used to put it in recuse i put it in white grape juice because it was thought it was a little bit less acidic and <hes> and had a little little bit higher <hes> kind of overall water content which is why i liked it yep yep exactly <hes> but have you said that you you know if you're on a ketogenic diets example. You know you can still get you levels up. You can still saturate the muscle adequately with without spiking. <hes> your insulin levels levels of carbohydrates because you are taking some protein which you know we'll protein does spike insulin levels a little bit <hes>. It may just take you a couple more days potentially to get up to the top. <hes> you know the top tiers of muscle saturation so i haven't seen any specific studies saying you know how long how much longer it might take but theoretically that would be the case. <hes> you know me. I'm on a pretty low carbohydrate diet year round <hes> not always key to genetic but <hes> yeah i still take creatine and i still benefit is it from it. <hes> and i haven't had any issues so but that was when it first came out. You have to take it with you know sugar of some kind and <hes> turns out. That's probably not the other thing that that i always remember about creating <hes> in this was an issue of course you know in the military. All it takes is a few people to do stuff wrong kind of screw it up key casualties or whatever might be you know and i remember <hes> multiple times with the dod dod was on the literally on the verge of banning creating saying that if you were active couldn't take creatine <hes> but the big morning that i've always heard is an and i for hearing this before four i went to medical school and not fully even as a medic not fully understanding the science behind it but now retroactively understanding a little bit more because <hes> creating driving things in her -sarily taking water with it there was all it was always preach and if you're gonna take creating you should be monitoring your hydration status anyway but with chritine that was even more important because you were moving more of the water inter cellular and your likelihood of basically basically becoming dehydrated because of that was higher. Is that true <hes> short answer's. No you yeah you're. You're totally right that it. It does <hes> it it. Does it's an agent rights. They pulled fluid into muscle cells. <hes> which is a good thing right. It makes your muscles swell. <hes> you know being adequately hydrated is is just as much about intracellular hydration as it is how much circulating blood volume you have. <hes> you know you you can theoretically be you know dehydrated within your cells. Have what looks like you know on a first pass. You know no more hydration mm-hmm level <hes> or normal blood volume so <hes> crittenden's not really so you know we used to think it was it could cause. He cramps and stuff like that. It's really not the case. If you're getting cramps. <hes> you know you. You need to cool down. <hes> and you need to drink more water. You know it's not chris not creates causing that right <hes> but i i understand that concern came from <hes> but you know the dod i mean they. They have knee jerk reactions to just about everything sure <hes> in a quick quick to point fingers. <hes> you know they had a memo years ago going around and saying you watch out for renal failure because they thought that creates create scene was was the same as in which is not that they're not the same thing right and that's that's the scientific discussion. We don't need to get into for the listeners but it's new. It's kind of even even thought that i know so it's it is extremely safe. <hes> and it's been around around so long <hes> and <hes> i the really's no downside to it finding some interesting things about it that go beyond just muscular performance performance though <hes> getting back to we're talking about alzheimer's and cognitive decline and things like that there's some studies coming out now that show that elderly people tend to benefit from it or could could benefit from it <hes> as well <hes> with all this stuff. We need more studies but i think it's kind of interesting and it's not just something involved in <hes> in <hes> in muscles else you know it's not it goes beyond just sports supplementation so so i take five grams a day <hes> they used to load the stuff that you don't <hes> five grams is a day consistently will get you where where you need to be. <hes> i take the capsules so i do two and a half grams in the morning and then two and a half grams at night <hes> i just found over the years as i started getting some stomach upset from the powder <hes> you know the gurgles which <hes> has not good before i go to the gym so <hes> but i know a lot of people don't have that issue so i just do the capsules a little more expensive <hes> and up twice a day to you don't have to do by the way i just i just do that to keep my stomach jack fischer so multivitamin fish oil absolutely d throughout and creating that that's that's your morning load <hes> yeah exactly yeah and <hes> and then <hes> you know i'm not gonna count protein powder as a supplement in there. I consider that a food substance. That's right so <hes> yeah. I don't <hes> i take us protein powder on a daily basis but i don't want to count that as one of my supplements because i don't. I don't really view it that way. <hes> before i go to the gym a pre workouts are kind of the big things right now and i'm not a fan of pre workouts. I got asked that it was the very first time that i ever got asked they said hey what's your favourite pre-workout and i said water right i mean i guess if you had to pick one. That's right is yeah doesn't give you that charge. No that's the problem. Is that chart you see all these all these gifts that show macho man randy savage the ultimate warrior and it says oh when you're pre-workout kicks in and if you're pre workouts making you feel that way number one most of these so you're getting basically what i've seen in these is a lot of sugar caffeine taurine. It's basically a monster drink. You're you're. You're making your your your. It's like a kool-aid version of monster drink because you reconstituting powder and they'll throw in a little bit of niacin to give that kind of hot prickly feeling so it kind of feels like sued the <hes> there's no performance enhancing benefits from nice and it just you just feel it. You're like strong. <hes> but bottom bottom line on on those is <hes> they do. You'll get you will work harder in the gym with a pre workout but it has nothing to do with any of the other ingredients with the exception of caffeine right <hes> you'll get the same benefit the the actual performance enhancing properties of caffeine <hes>. We've known about those for a long time which which is why they test for it at the olympics. You can't get on caffeine and go performing the olympics because it <hes> it. It doesn't prove performance. <hes> it improves <hes> you're perceived exertion so you can be working really hard and think it doesn't quite feel bad. When you have caffeine in your system. This is not <hes> so all the other stuff that goes into who are these energy drinks the evidence that they actually help you perform as it's basically zilch <hes> at this point and again those things are not cheat and all these little things of i was looking at costco the other day at <hes> it'll hold racket pre-workout stuff in there and like thirty bucks for a little candidate stuff and <hes> you know imagine. You'd you probably go through that in under a month <hes> so just have some caffeine like you said drink. Some water drive drive to the gym with the window roll down and some loud music playing yes. It's almost the same effect. I do the same thing starting to warm up here i can. I can do that <hes> but yeah like. I will have a little bit of caffeine. I've seen before. I go <hes> you know. Sometimes i'll be one of those little five our energies which has under one hundred milligrams of caffeine so it's not a huge shot <hes> <hes> <hes> some have some coffee. You know that sort of thing. <hes> ache usually have a diet. You know rockstar something like that. I'm trying to cut back on those <hes> <hes> but that's you know if you want a performance enhancing drug to take before you work out. Caffeine is where it's at <hes> the rest of that stuff. I you know i it either has no effect or there's potentially some some issues where <hes> you know raising your blood pressure. <hes> abnormal heart rhythms <hes> <hes> we saw a few i remember walter walter reed but it will for hall some of the b. m. t.'s and tech students who would occasionally come in with you know heart rates in the one eighty s because because they they downed a bunch of pre-workout before their p._t. Test i've seen it you know i mean multiple times meteor me too yeah. You know they come in in all jittery and everything like that so <hes> you know. That's not what you want so don't spend the money on that stuff just just if you want anything. If you're going to do anything little water caffeine to go. You know what i've actually just very recently like over. The last week started doing as a as a pre workout <hes> mm-hmm because i'm like you. I try to restrict my carbohydrates. <hes> forty five minutes before a workout ali one banana and i found that the energy level that's like twenty seven grams of carbohydrates. It's all fructose and found just the energy level that i get just from that hat banana like me a little kick in the ass. If i'm if i'm feel new yeah if i'm feeling a little bit you know sludgy before going usually right before or hop in the car to drive to drive to the gym. I'll eat one banana and <hes> really really surprised at at how the and and <hes> one morning in particular killer <hes> i i knew i was going into strength so we'll talk about post workout <hes> in a minute but <hes> in addition to making my recovery coventry protein drink. I had one before going. I did my normal <hes> eight ounce <hes> protein protein drink and i mixed bananas in with it drank that rinsed rinsed out my <hes> blender ball cup <hes> mixed my post workout recovery way protein and drove to the gym and that made a huge difference for me 'cause i. You know i didn't win it kind of an odd time so it's like i don't wanna go on. I don't wanna have a full breakfast and going full stomach but i need needs something did that. Yeah you don't need one hundred grams of powdered sugar with you know caffeine guana and <hes> niacin and all this other the crap in there <hes> yeah. It's just it's just not necessary so yeah. That's it that's all i do pre workout post workout. I bring a protein shake with me. <hes> i like to mix them flax oil in the my <hes>. My protein shakes to get a little bit of extra fat. <hes> i personally like the taste of it <hes>. I know it's not everybody's cup of tea per se <hes> but there's there's this anabolic window that they talk about after you've done a heavy bout of resistance exercise is where you can spike <hes> protein synthesis and you know with the idea that in a long term you're going to get more muscle mass <hes> and it's been there's been some conflicting data that i've seen in terms of how just how long that window is. You know we used to think it was like you gotta get in within forty five minutes <hes> or else. You're you know that's it. It's too late <hes>. That's probably not the case. It's probably a whole lot longer than we actually think. It's probably more like six hours plus <hes> so so not knowing. I just air on the side of caution. I always have premade shake. I leave it on my car. I drink it on the way home. It's i'm <music>. I'm hungry afterwards anyway so i mean that's the first thing i wanna do when i get done saying you <hes> <hes> because i don't like to go on a full stomach <hes> so yes. I just do it then so you know exactly what the afternoon it is. Now just just have some protein not and like i said i just keep it in my par- mixes easy. What's your opinion on. You know wei po protein tends to be my staple and i think that ten most people's <hes> do you think i think i've tried some of the other ones some of the i've tried some vegan ones and they just it's not because i don't think are equally bioavailable. I just think they taste like crop. They do a lot of them. Do a lot of them. Do so what i do sometimes <hes> in my my morning shake <hes> as far as i mix them hemp protein seen in this is there with my way <hes> in addition to the you know the flags and a bunch of other things now hampton my opinion on its own. I mean i'd probably rather just long long and eat the the clippings <hes> because it's it's pretty foul stuff in my opinion but if you look at nutrient profile it's actually pretty darn good. It's actually one of the few complete proteins that you can find in the vegan world <hes> but it's also pure. It's it's pure fiber. There's there's tons of fiber in it so <hes> especially especially when i'm going particularly low on my carbohydrates and maybe skimping here and there on my green leafy vegetables which are try not to do but the the hanff <hes> definitely helps with that not so <hes> so if you're going to go with a with a vegetarian vegetable source of protein i i would stay away from pea protein and some of the other ones and just go with what happened. <hes> just keep in mind that it's you gotta mix it with something my opinion this is kind of gnarly. I do my my way with <hes>. It says you can do a lot of it is to with almond milk yeah yeah my girlfriend does not do that. Sounds like there's no way you can say that and it. It doesn't sound like an insult. My girlfriend has no. It's it's all good. Do you find in addition to taking a protein. You know having a protein shake around a workout. Do you also have to seek out any in capsule form or in powder form individual branch chain amino acids or anything like that yeah good question <hes> yeah. I used to really be all about those <hes> <hes> in specifically the v._c._a. Powders <hes> but i've kind of changed my tune recently. I haven't you know haven't settled the issue in my mind because i like you know like we're saying it's just need a lot more research but <hes> particularly if you're in a caloric deficit <hes> <hes> so if you're you know you're cutting wait for you to match or you know if you're bodybuilding. They're trying to get on stage. The idea is well. You see you can take as they have very few calories but then they'll help you hold onto your lean muscle mass and there were some studies that showed and maybe that's the case but the more recent stuff shows that's probably not the case <hes> and that they sometimes might actually the three different <hes> branch channel. You know acids. It's there's lucy is losing bailey and that if you take a big slug of all three for those that they might actually compete with each other <hes> and sort of inhibit their own absorption i mean this is all sorts of fringe <hes> research level stuff <hes> and i don't really know for sure if it's going to end up having any real world clinical significance <hes> but <hes> i've kind of backed off on those i do. I have some v._c._a. Powder but you know i drink it on my night shifts because i like the taste of it. <hes> keeps me from getting hungry <hes> cause. I'm starting starting on my nights yes and i i don't want to screw up my my diet <hes> so it helps me stay hydrated and then i i you know i have a little bit of <hes> appetite suppression from the b._b._c. a power and again not a lot of calories which is what i need it and <hes> so <hes> so that for me. That's the role that they play <hes> do. I think that there are essential. If you're an athlete if you're trying to muscle mass not not at all get some good way <hes> you'll get all the brands you know assets you need <hes> from that and <hes> and they're expensive you know they're just like pre-owned selena. Somebody's little these little jars like forty fifty bucks <hes> and they want. She didn't do a three scoops a day. It's gonna last about a month <hes> so you know all normal resources and money's not an issue then i mean we could take this tall letter two hours talking about stuff you could try but <hes> i in my opinion v._c._a. Right now yeah <hes> i hear anything different it back to you for those that aren't familiar with it so branch chain amino acids so proteins are made out of amino. We know acids <hes> their the building blocks of protein in the the school of thought for a long time. I know this especially back in the eighties and nineties. The school of thought was well. Hey if were taking if we're supplementing with branch chain amino acids then we've stripped away the protein to the the portions of the protein that we actually need need to build muscle and it was it was really looked upon <hes> is almost a holy grail in the fitness world that this is we are getting the part the protein we need none of the bad stuff associated with it. This is going to go you know it's di directly going directly to the muscle and building muscle drive and as it turns got now and this was that was really kind of the first studies you know people think of the studies of micronutrients as being something relatively new of the last ten to fifteen years but that's that's something that was really micronutrient study going way way back but as you said it looks like now as long as you're getting way isolate or something that's that's good in the formula complete protein. It's probably i mean these. Are these are the way that are. This is the way that our body was meant to to digest it anyway. You know that's that's what we've discovered over. The years years is is kind of the more you digest things in kind of in their food form. It does tend to make it easier because that's how you're our body through the digestive system the liver and through the circulatory system how it was designed to kind of deliver those products <hes> in the way that they're they're exactly needed so that's what you don't you don't approve of cleansing liver cleanses and <hes> that real quick before we move on so we're we're post workout real quick before we move onto the evening yeah and and if you're going to cover it there we can talk about it then. Do you do any type of <hes> <hes> coconut oil at all so i put a little bit we didn't mention that earlier but a little bit of coconut oil in my coffee morning <hes> and and <hes> i do for two reasons <hes> one. I liked the taste yeah <hes> and <hes> it <hes> it goes a long way towards curbing my appetite yeah <hes> in the morning. I don't know that there's you know we can talk more in detail. I guess about m._c._a._t. Supplementation because there might be some benefit for <hes> <hes> you know for athletes in that in that regard and <hes> coconut oil natural source of m._c._a._t.'s but <hes> as far as suppressing appetite title. I think it's it's pretty good taste of it and i know you've been using it for a while. As well i have and <hes> on the fan of the medium chain triglycerides bliss rides and now at the gym were denise and i are going <hes> my trainer and i haven't talked about it but her trainers talked to her about it about her taking coconut coconut oil <hes> basically as a pre workout so to give you some mc fuel to burn at your workout. Which i i think is a great idea. I think it's great coffee in one of the things that i've talked about in coffee is not only does it taste good <hes> so it does three things for me and coffee number one. It tastes ace great <hes> number two. You're getting the benefit of those medium chain triglycerides getting to burn <hes> to sustain you especially especially if you're on keita genyk diet and the third thing is the fat cells and and you remember this of course from from micro microbiologist eligible for from micro chemistry <hes> they line up in such a way that they form these little balls called my seals around the individual fiend so instead of getting a huge caffeine slug and then crashing your body has to break down the fat ope basically open up this little christmas present with the caffeine molecule on the inside and it's doing that almost one at a time so you're getting caffeine caffeine caffeine kinda sustained throughout the morning and into the early june and i've found it makes a huge difference <hes>. I've <hes> all do coco. Sometimes i also do these things that we can get down here in texas now. There's a company that makes these things coffee bombs that are made of grass fed butter with coconut oil. Sometimes there's a cow and some other stuff in it and it's it looks like pat of butter like you would put on your pancakes too little bit bigger <hes> and you drop it in the coffee and blend and it and it kinda frost it up and it's got a lot of really good healthy fat in it makes the coffee tastes better and also gives you like. I say it gives you sustain caffeine. Release instead of you burn up all at once yeah anyway anecdotally. I've noticed the same thing as my energy level. <hes> is it is nice and sustained for several hours you know after i have that and i took that partially to you know be on akiba genetic diet which really does help us for me anyway. Mental focus clarity that kind of stuff but <hes> it does seem like i get a little more bang for my buck when my caffeine <hes> <hes> do that <hes> explanation i think makes a lot of sense and i just i just realized succeed only referred to biochemistry micro chemistry so i know i'm probably gonna correction e mails for that so i- corrected myself so let's <hes> you're in the ballpark. I'm in the ballpark. Let's let's move onto to the evening. So what do you what do you you take <hes> and do you do it with your evening meal. Do you do it right before brad. Do you spread it out. What are you take dawn. I usually ended up doing it just before <hes> but i also <hes> you know eat my evening meal <hes>. I'm not an idol so i don't. I don't go to bed. I don't stay up too much. These days like bath nine o'clock <hes> because i like to get up early in my day started <hes> so my evening you know there's a repeat pete again so i take <hes> you know my creatine. I take my other official. <hes> and that's in the nighttime. The only difference is i added magnesium. <hes> which which is another one of those super important ones right up there was vitamin d at my opinion that <hes> that almost everybody should be taking <hes> and the reason i say that is there's some spend some the study out showing that <hes> up to two thirds of the u._s. Population actually is magnesium deficient <hes> meaning. They don't even hit the r._d._a. <hes> we don't know exactly what the optimal level is but it's most likely higher than what the you know that that l. that hyper magnet ziemia elevated evaded magnesium does not occur in the wild. Yes that's correct yeah it. You can't find it out of hospital like literally really do find it for reasons. We don't even need to talk about is in the on the post award and we won't talk about that. That'd be right brings back bad memories but you don't find it out in the wild because you you're you're going to pay it off exactly and your intestine actually really has these these cells that are in their in one of their jobs is to regulate how much magnesium you absorb so you know if your if your blood levels are low you're are these little cells will allow you to extract more magnesium from what you eat and if you're saturated which almost nobody is then you'll absorb less <hes> you you touched on it before. It's <hes> you know a lot of this is as a result of the depletion of our soil farm farmlands farm and farmed and farms the amount of magnesium in the soil. It was certainly lower than it was one hundred two hundred years ago <hes> <hes> so this is extremely common problem <hes> uh-huh and <hes> like vitamin d magnesium important for everything. I use an emergency department all the time. It's it's one of my favorite books <hes> <hes> because it works for so many different things abnormal heart rhythms <hes> you can you can prevent <hes> you know seizures and pregnant women clamps worth dying of an asthma attack yep all my asthmatic patients get it and all of my headache patients get. Yes exactly so for migraines. It can help <hes> again unless you start pushing the ghosts to ridiculous levels. It's incredibly safe. <hes> and you know the odds are or anybody that walks through your door. You know there's a two and three chance that their baseline magnesium deficient as it is so <hes> so you're probably pretty good outstanding if you if you just maybe give it out in the waiting room. Oh well we use it for you. Know the point there that we use it for a lot of different stuff in multiple different organ systems just because your entire every issue and your body needs it <hes> it's actually the second most common electrolyte and body episode so you know pretty important and it's shocking how low <hes> how common you know <hes> the <hes> inadequate intake is so so this is another thing. <hes> you know there are tests. You can do for magnesium the ones that we get in the e._r. The serum just regular blood magnesium is probably not the best magnesium it lives inside your cells <hes> and so the concentrations they're much higher <hes> so you're not really getting an accurate idea. If you just ask your offer regular magnesium blood tests <hes> there's a bunch of other ones. The most common one is the red blood cell magnesium so they just break down some of your red blood cells and they measure what's actually inside your breath. What sells a little bit more costly but if you really wanna know where you're at <hes> that's the way to do it. <hes> probably the best thing to do you honestly you're just start taking some magnesium supplements. It's gonna cost you pennies pennies on the dollar <hes> and almost certainly you'll stand to benefit from it and the thing that i tell people is the reason it's important to take it at night is it does tend to make you sleepy and i i take it has date. I take it has a sleep aid but one of the things when we when we run our sheepdog courses people show up that first day especially in the civilian courses a lot of them have i've never grappled before <hes> we spend the whole first half of the day just beating them up on the combative matt and then the whole afternoon there at the range and i tell everybody at the end of the day <hes> t. Tim always tells everybody go home. Drink water eat a clean healthy meal and i tell them i said you know make i reemphasize the water especially and i say everybody takes eight hundred milligrams of motrin before you go to bed and take take two hundred and fifty milligrams to five hundred milligrams of magnesium him <hes> because it's such a muscle relaxant because a long way towards alleviating muscle spasm and people don't realize realized these little these little tiny all the smooth muscle when we're talking about capillaries and we're talking about y'all viola in your lungs. That's why it works for <hes> asthmatics asthmatics so if you're relaxing smooth muscle that means when you're exercising you're able to get deep deep breath. You're able to fill your entire patchy. It's going to increase your to max if if you're relaxing the muscles in the capillary beds you're getting better perfusion. You're getting better blood. Flow to your fingertips to all of your tissue to you your muscles and that's that's. I'm convinced you know they they go back and forth on why it works in headaches and i'm convinced that's wise. It's relaxing the capillary beds in giving even you better cerebral profusion <hes> so i think it's i think there's probably something to that yeah. Absolutely yep. Magnesium is is huge. <hes> the r._d._a.'s ardi as around four hundred milligrams a day which again most people fall well shy about <hes>. I don't honestly i don't i have not seen anything. It says you know what this is. The amount that is optimal for your health <hes> i personally take eight hundred milligrams yeah yeah and that's probably just complete. It's yeah i mean i'm. I'm really just pulling a number out of nowhere. <hes> if you start pushing that dose higher i mean you can get some gastrointestinal side effects <hes> as you know 'cause we've pushed live magnesium citrate to do all this and get constipated people in cleaned out in many many grams and you can also if you're if you're a quick twitch athlete too much can blunt that a little bit you do get a little bit of a hyper reflexive and it's i if if you're somebody if you're listening to this in your somebody with sleep apnea i would advise you to go between two fifty and five five hundred over five hundred. Does it does blunt. Your respiratory drive a little bit yeah at least at least start there. You know what i mean and then go you know adjust slowly <hes> but it's <hes> yeah it's it's super important. <hes> the other thing too is <hes>. How many people do we see walking around on blood pressure medicine. You know it's everybody at least you're everybody's got hypertension and and that's really important and magnesium you can reliably i believe knox several points off of your book your systolic diastolic blood pressure <hes> just by supplementing with with a small amount of magnesium museum <hes> and that could be the difference between your doctor wanting you to put on put you on medication versus not <hes> if you're right on on that border line so <hes> absolutely next back to the smooth muscle relaxing properties that you mentioned earlier <hes> date on blood pressure for sure i i'd like to see a study study in a even in this day and age. We're still having doctors. Tell their patients to to primarily when when they first get diagnosed with pre pre hypertension or you know early hypertension <hes> sodium restriction tends to be something a lot of primary care physicians to right away even though we've had a lot of mixed studies that say whether or not that even works. I'd like to see a study where you take a hundred people. You know take two hundred people that <hes> are are in the stages of pre hypertension. Take a hundred of 'em and sodium restrict them. Take the other hundred and magnesium supplement them and i'll bet the governor tasting i bet the magnesium supplementation group if there is an a resident somewhere listening to this podcast email me and i will <hes> i'll i will co co author this study with you <hes> so so we can get published but i'm one hundred percent convinced <hes> anecdotally anyway that there's something to be had there. I think you're totally. I think you're absolutely right. Especially now that we know how prevalent magnesium deficiency is <hes> and of course you know what's one of the first things that happens. <hes> a lot of people will high blood pressure. You get put on a diuretic right for your blood pressure's magnesium solution even more even more magnesium and get put on a beta blocker because the diabetic <hes> didn't work precisely exactly so when really what you should be doing is high intensity exercise. Give you decide as low as possible and supplementing with. Maybe getting eight hours sleep every night absolutely yadda i was <hes> sleep apnea treated and look into as well <hes>. There's a lot of stuff that causes hypertension is reversible at doesn't necessarily surly require. You can start taking medication. <hes> that's a whole nother podcast. We can talk about the <hes> magnesium too no brainer. It's so cheap. There's multiple different kinds. You'll see <hes> they're all roughly the same minor variations and absorption that max citrates what i take <hes> it's it's pennies i mean i think a month's supply of magnesium cost me like nine dollars or something. I've seen a lot of <hes> mag calcium combo pills now which i like because i liked the idea of taking night sure yeah yeah exactly yeah yeah i'm for you know for women especially who might right not be getting the the twelve hundred milligrams a day that they're supposed to be getting their calcium. <hes> you know that might not that's a good option. <hes> what else what. What else do you advocate so we talked about you. Take your night creating you. Take your magnesium. What else do you take a night really honestly that mike that's it <hes> now well. That's it as far as the core supplements that i would recommend <hes> now i take a few other things <hes> that i <hes> because i have familial nearly all high cholesterol <hes> and the men in my family tend to drop that in their forties from heart disease so i keep very close tabs on my lip it so i take <hes> <hes> <hes> plant sterols <hes> at night <hes> and i also take hannity in which <hes> is a vitamin b. five derivative <hes> <hes> that has if you look at the cholesterol lowering properties of it. It's it's about as good as some of the weaker statins that are out there and it's just a water soluble <hes> <hes> you know variant of pantothenic acid which is not even be five they use it overseas a lot as a prescription drug but in the states it's. It's you know it's vitamin so <hes> but i'd never heard about it. Let's go or in family medicine residency <hes> probably because quite obviously there's. There's no money in it. You know <hes> so. I take that i don't you know i don't universally recommend that there's a whole another list of supplements that depending on what kind of medical predispositions you have or medical conditions that might help things like risk garrett trawl <hes> i think would very promising which is one of the active ingredients red wine <hes> so if you're a diabetic <hes> if you have heart disease <hes> you know that might be a good idea to supplement with that. I don't recommend that for your average. Joe you know until i see better data on just saying with the panacea and i mean if you're if you're lipids are looking okay <hes>. You don't need to take panatheist per se but again if you're one of these folks that's on the borderline docs wants wants to put you on a stanton and quite sure in addition to the exercise <hes> the diet weight loss you can supplement with panathinaikos <hes> six hundred milligrams grams twice a day <hes> and that has you know but my my point sir my cholesterol raines. I'm happy with so <hes> i take that that night as well okay but that's that's kind of unique to my own particular medical issue which is is this. Is you know familiar hyperloop anaemia <hes> <hes> as well and i don't like to take statins if i can. I can help it. I'm not anti staten but <hes> you know do muscle soreness where i feel like it takes me longer recover <hes> and with my lifestyle and with with with the panel scene and the <hes> the plant sterols i've got my l._d._l. Down under one hundred and i'm happy with with that so <hes> and you mentioned calcium especially for for women obviously what other when we're talking about women. Are there any in addition to the types of things we already talked about. Is there anything that you recommend <hes> that you know. Women obviously different metabolic boys and girls are <hes> mhm kindergarten and we confirmed that in med school that's right. That's right what <hes>. What should they be taken that most of them are well. We're we're different but in so many ways we're still the same so all of this stuff. I just said applies women <hes> vitamin d maybe more so just because of the phone health issues <hes> a lot of the the the <hes> preventative services task force and things like that are out there starting to back away from calcium supplementation <hes> because you you know it's there's theoretically higher levels of calcium intake and can deposit into your arterial wall and we think that that's associated with athas grosses and heart disease and stiff arteries and that sort of thing so <hes> the last time i looked the recommendations for <hes> for adult women and postmenopausal women are still around twelve hundred milligrams a day <hes> which again ideally you should get from from dietary sources some again mostly dairy <hes> if you can't do derry for some reason <hes> and you can't do red meat and that sort of stuff for ethical reasons or other other reasons than <hes> be consider some low dose supplementation tation but but taking with vitamin d is pretty important because there's some synergy there <hes> as well but i would not recommend at least at this point <hes> i wouldn't recommend taking more than the twelve hundred milligrams a day <hes> just out of concern for maybe some long term vascular issues <hes> but again that's that's still one of those the big things that needs to get worked out over time so but <hes> yeah a bottom line is all this stuff applies to women as well to just like would matt especially if if they're hard training athletes just like man they lose. They lose magnesium. <hes> you know they still stand to benefit from fish oil and all the other talked about so so yeah we're different but we're not not all that different one of the things that i was told qu <hes> quite some time ago was do the d three in the a._m. And and do the calcium in the p._m. <hes> the thought process being the bone remodeling that takes takes place overnight. You're giving your body ready supply of calcium. Do you think there's anything to that. I mean it makes sense from a chemistry standpoint. <hes> i'm just not aware of any studies showing that it that it makes you know in the long term doesn't make a difference and we probably never will it bone formation and bone breakdown so slow. It takes decades so you'd have to have a study that that has you know a group of compliant patients probably for at least five to ten years to see if it makes any difference in the amount of bone. That's lay down <hes>. That's that's not might be out there. I don't know <hes> and it kind of makes sense to do that but <hes> i'll have the opinion one way or the other on it yeah at this point the there was big scare of course <hes>. We're osteoporosis us. You're an osteoporosis being a factor especially in women but i think if if you you know again we talk about can founders and studies and if you take <hes> if you take out cigarette smoking which we know is terrible for the entire body but also huge contributor to osteo peaniu in osteoporosis and you can take out that and you add in <hes> uh-huh some load bearing exercise which is going to force your body to do bone remodeling. I think you've pretty much solve the problem. I don't think it was ever as much of a dietary dietary issue as it was a bad habits issue number one and also <hes> <hes> a the d three issue because because you know in in order for you to maximum use out of that calcium it was d. three deficiency i think more than it was dietary calcium deficiency because you talk about a generation eurasian. The generation that that i think has the most if we look at the data has the most osteoporosis osteo pina is my mother's generation and and they all drank a whole milk their entire lives but they all started smoking in their teens so that's and none of them. Were getting enough d three so so i i think all around they weren't throwing kettlebells. They weren't doing squats weren't doing dead lifts so <hes> on an argument for for all those types of exercise as well <hes> iron iron supplementation in women still of childbearing age <hes> yeah. I don't university recommended <hes> unless you're on deficient. Honestly we talked a quick test and that's the test <hes> if if <hes> you know as a woman if you've had any menzies for many many years and <hes> <hes> that might be worth checking into especially if you're planning on getting pregnant <hes> there's a whole battery of tests should try to get yourself in optima health before you before you continue <hes> and <hes> and just getting basic c._b._c. and looking at <hes> <hes> you know some of the indices on that concluded documented. It's whether you need additional iron <hes> so <hes> i don't university recommend it <hes> unless i've got a suspicion that this person's iron deficient <hes> 'cause there's serious g._i. Side effects with all higher there really are oh yeah i mean at least half of the folks that i prescribed hired into the they just stopped taking it because of a stomach upset constipation and stuff like that so <hes> <hes> you know we actually have an infusion center at the hospital. I worked at you know people come in and they get i v iron which is insanely expensive but they can't they can't get their levels levels up by taking it by mouth for different reasons so <hes> yeah. It's important that you know again. It's i don't i would recommend universally versus where you <hes> recommending it to everyone out there. Get you will cool man <hes> any anything else anything we any supplementation limitation that we haven't covered that. You'd like to cover you know. I think that's that's the core right there. I think those are the ones that we talked about. I think have the best data data on them. <hes> you know i touched on a few extras a little bit trial and the pantheon and <hes> you know we can do a part to later later on on specific supplements for specific medical conditions but as far as you know as a as a small number of very inexpensive supplements that almost everybody stands to benefit from <hes> those are the ones we just talked about. I mean if you take all of those. It's it's not gonna be <hes> is not going to be terribly expensive and <hes> almost everybody stands to gain from from doing that so so less pre workout more fish oil warm. We're back knees even more water more hard work. A water more cures almost every faculty gee. I used to say more fluid more fiber more physical training yet yeah yeah good friend famous for saying that so i appreciate you coming on man. This has been a wealth of information asian. I know we're going to get more pleasure buddy. Get a lot of emails a lot of contact for this. I'm sure <hes> now drew's book. <hes> tell tell them about the title of your book sure you can find it on amazon. That's currently the the main place where it's <hes> before yeah so you think you just took the words right out of my mouth from the sheepdog guys yeah <hes> so yeah. It's yeah it's called the program personal evolution <hes> i rotate <hes> a number of years ago i started when i was deployed in <hes> in the block area of iraq years ago and continued on it after that so <hes> <hes> to some of my thoughts on diet nutrition exercise that sort of thing so interested check it out. It's a great book. I've got a dog eared copy of it <hes> right right here next to me <hes> most of the people that worked for sheepdog have read it and swear by it otherwise we wouldn't sell it on the store which we do all have a link to that <hes> in the show notes so if you want to click on it and by drew's book which are highly encouraged you so you'll be able to also have a link to to druzhba instagram mm feed so you can follow him on instagram brother. I really appreciate you coming on <hes>. It's been a pleasure grape. Catch up really happy be that i could revisit that interview withdrew. I checked in with him today a lot of know that i was going to be doing this. He let me know that his new website where you can check check out everything that he's doing in the field of age management. If you go to oregon man clinics dot com that hook you up with drew. If you want to contact him. Ask him any any questions. That's <hes> that's what he's doing in the world of supplementation age management human optimization these days and speaking human optimization now. You've listened to the podcast now. Now you made your your shopping list go to on it dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. get all your supplements and then for nutritional needs go to trifecta nutrition dot dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. hope you've got something this podcast. Everybody gonna leave you today. With a quote from william butler yeats beats who said do not wait distract till the iron is hot but make it hot by striking. Remember that everybody until next time live life life like a warrior and.

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MOTW #37: Max Martini

The Sheepdog Project

46:40 min | 1 year ago

MOTW #37: Max Martini

"Hey everybody welcome back to my to the warrior dock with you here as always been a really hectic couple of weeks I gotTa tell you so a few weeks ago. I had to take a couple of weeks off from the gym. said to some Michigan you know life life gets in the way I'm not making any excuses But I did have to take a couple weeks off and I'm not as young as I used to be so getting back into it. isn't as easy as it used to be. You know used to shake off the COBWEBS in a couple of workouts and it's really not that way anymore so as is I've been getting back into it especially this week. I've been having some issues with motivation of issues with energy especially early on my workouts and and I really wanted to address that. And I've talked about this on the podcast before that. I'm not normally a fan of pre workouts but as as you know I am a fan of on it and all of their products so I decided to check out the on it. Total strength. Plus performance pre-workout formula which is made from all earth grown ingredients and it's been clinically studied the ingredients have been clinically studied so I checked out the ingredients online online. I liked what I saw a little bit of. Carbohydrates not too much some B. Vitamins So magnesium some branch chain amino acids Looked like all good stuff not a whole bunch of caffeine. Nothing's going to Jack me up. Make me crazy so I said all right I'll check it out and I got it and I gotTa Tell You I've been using it at the last couple of days and it's really helping me maximize stuff early on in my workout. I feel a lot better getting at it man You know and this is. I'm talking to a guy who typically I get up. I have a very very light breakfast. Usually like a protein bar I hydrate early. I take all my supplements early in my on a total human pack daypack take in the morning and then I drink a cup of coffee so by the time I get to the gym. It's not like I'm fresh out of bed. I've usually been awake for two the three hours but like I said I've noticed that that coffee wasn't enough to kind of pick me up so I took a drink in this pre workout on the drive over the gym and and it's made a difference so I highly suggest highly recommend the. Check it out so you can do that. A couple of different ways you can either go on it dot com forward slash. Komo T. W. or you can go to the doctor. Mike Simpson Dot Com web page. That's D. R. M. K. E. M. P. S. O. N. DOT COM Click on on shop affiliates. And if you scroll down you'll see the on it link just like all. My affiliate links are on their everybody. That do business with everybody that I talk about on this this podcast so I'm getting back into it this week. Man I I always like to share my workout journey with you guys good and bad so you know I fell off the wagon and I'm climbing back on. It's a little a bit harder my age but I'm doing so thankfully I did maintain my diet throughout. 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An actor of both film and Television best known for his military roles. I guarantee if you don't know the name which I'd be shocked as soon as you Google and see what you're going to go. ooh that guy but most of you listen. I guarantee know who I'm talking about. Not only as he's known for his military roles but he's also known for his steadfast support Veterans Veterans and veteran causes so much so that in the year two thousand nineteen he wrote directed and starred in a film called. Sergeant Will Gardner. Which tells is the story of an Iraq war veteran as he struggles to rejoin society in this film? He casted multiple veterans and he's giving thirty eighty percent of the film's proceeds to veteran charities. He talks about all this interview. It was an absolutely phenomenal phone conversation that I had with them. I hope Bugai's enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed talking to him. So without further delay here it is my interview with Mr Max. Martini and Max. Martini joins US now. Sir Thank you so much for coming online and the warrior. Thanks for me really a lot of things I WANNA I. I want to get too big fan. I'm kind of Geeking out a little bit here as I'm sure a lot of my listeners are Before we get into you know what you're most known for and what everyone has seen you on both the big and small screen. Let's talk about using individual What tell me a little bit about your upbringing? And what kind of lead you on on the path to get in front of an audience. Well I was born in New York I was born and in upstate. New York I actually. I didn't stay there long My Dad who was an artist had a a foundry in In Woodstock's I was I was born there but then we quickly moved to New York City and I grew up between these and at a certain point my parents separated. My mother went back to her home. State of Texas. So My. It's my youth was spent Pretty much in New York City and Dallas and I went back and forth. My mother. Remarried My stepfather had a property and Canada. So we spend a little time in Canada but But New York taxes are sort of you know what I identify a and you know two completely different Experiences with you know one with my dad who is an Italian was was Italian and And like I said it was an artist and oh my mother who was taxes and was in law enforcement Sola. Yeah so I had they connected in the sixties go figure figure in the but then my mom got back into law enforcement what she went into so so on one hand you kind of had the ECLECTIC New New York artsy living with the smell of clay and and paint and then meanwhile Every so often you had had barbecue and the smell of gunpowder and still accurate by you know we we are place in New York. Was My father. Bought this amazing mazing loft and and the like ninety nine hundred seventy and but it was about four thousand square feet and it was his His studio so you no I. I was living in his art studio. Basically as a child and then And the my mom Yeah was in you know taxes and you you know I'd go on Sheva. She eventually got into into parole worse. She was a parole officer for a while. I go visit her parolees with like like my earliest memories are hanging out in the car while she went inside out to interviewer parolees allow and yeah it was crazy it was crazy. Never a dull moment. What what part of Manhattan Was Your Dad Studio and he? I grew up on Lafayette Street so he was on he was in so it was on all lava between Princeton. Howson and okay were those who were familiar with New York? Real estate will appreciate this that like I said the place was four four thousand square feet which is unheard of and he bought it in nineteen seventy for fifteen grand. Wow Yeah I mean prime I'm prime that's eight nine dollars. Piece of property now proudly sold sold it before the market really took off off unfortunately but but you know but I had the luxury of growing up in this amazing space that you can play football in acute. I am one of the one of my fondest memories as an adult was a in residency which is absolutely miserable? Time for a physician position I got to live for For a month and an apartment on twenty fifth street just a few blocks west of Bellevue though I I worked the toxicology centre and God that was I just absolutely love New York City. I would never wanna live there but I just I. I love going to visit New York City. My son is is applying for colleges. Now he's about to graduate in three of the schools wants to go to her in New York and I'm so excited for because I think it's like you know growing up assist specially during your college years at such a great experience absolutely absolutely. Yeah that's a great great schools there and just a great place to go to college. 'cause he's going to get so much exposure to so many things My my son is a freshman at Texas. AM This year. Yeah so so we have in common was really excited for him when he went off on that journey. Because I had a very very untraditional pass to my my Secondary Education I didn't. I didn't go to college basically to my thirties. But so did you. You growing up did you. I mean we know you have Obviously artistic ability because what we see you do on screen do you. Also can you sculpt. Can you paint. Can you do other things as well. Well I ended up getting my degree in fine arts so I went back to New York after high school. I moved around during high school. A little bit went back to New York and enrolled listed in world enrolled in a in a very prestigious art school in New York City. And and got my degree and it ahead of an art studio in Brooklyn and and you know was making artwork. And and. That's actually how I transitioned into acting because my my mother had remarried An actor director and when we were together non said he would throw me into these light light little speaking roles you know aggo say this or does stand over there and do this and so I got a little bit of a taste of Hollywood in and made some connections in in that industry so that when I got out of our school in my my student loan bill before I had left the school premises. You know I was just at a complete loss to pay it off so I got into acting to pay the off my art school and and then I never would back you know square. It's really yeah. My my life took a complete each Did a one eighty so said a waiting tables to play for acting school. You're acting school right. That's that's a really cool story you have you ever crossed paths He doesn't do a lot of fiction stuff anymore but Do you know Terry Shepherd at all Terry I didn't get along quite a bit. He's got really strong connections to New York as well. He's a he's a former special forces guy. He's done a lot of reality he stuff kind of along the same vein of what I've done. He had a show a warriors with Jerry. Schapper not Terry got out after his first tour and Dan went to acting school on the Gi Bill in New York. So he played like hamlet off Broadway and stuff like that he has a the kiosk. Two degrees How one in theater arts and one in anthropology? Oh yeah so. He's kind of a kind of an interesting guy. I think you to it. I'M GONNA HAVE TO ALL INCA two guys up because I am absolutely sure you would hit it off and I actually know a lot of people. There's a ton of You know us. I've so many military bodies in and you know there's there's a big movement of military guys that have former military to govern woman infiltrate Hollywood and you know become tech advisors or actors and I have actually have made some of my best friends are you are guys that were in Captain Phillips with me and They're all former navy seal team guys in and of made a a made it sort of my mission to put them in all my movies so we throwing them into these. Were doing comedy next expletive anyway so yeah he had Jeff Bosley is a former. SF Guy who's out there he's out in Hollywood paying his dues. Try Title IX for that big break but no so. Let's talk about me. Speaking of Captain Phillips You know going down the list. If you look at your wicky page I mean it. Just it. Reads like if you go into Any army vets man cave and you look at what. DVD's are on the shelf. It's basically Gli the Max Martini. IMDB pitch really. I mean saving private Ryan. The great raid All of lease Captain Phillips of course Thirteen hours what. When when was it that you I realized this? Is You know they really want me for these soldier roles. This is this really fits like a glove and that you enjoy doing you know I ah audition for Private Ryan. I you know I. This is sort of like right as I had landed in. La and I had gotten this big movie movie out of New York. You know right. Serve at that moment. That was telling your valid had to figure out a school but the I came to La to a movie This manager venture talked me into staying. They got me a meeting for Private Ryan. I thought you Never GonNa get this. The every in. La is trying to get the sparks. I I just sort of went and blew it off man to tell you the truth and and and and I got a call and they're like Spielberg loves you when he wants to give you this role well and you know and I think that people just that's like you get you get that stamp of approval you know suddenly are validated. It'd unvetted I'm okay to play soldiers now you know and so I so I W- it from I guess the next big military thing was the unit it and I played a lot of cops but the one that you know that that people recognize me for was it was the unit was a series on. CBS This ranch for about four years. It was about Delta well and I can tell you that at four we had a very love hate relationship with with the unit. And it's like guys never wanted to admit it. They didn't even want to admit that they watched it. But then you fight. You found out over time that everybody was watching it right. Where when they talked about it at work and they were going home and watching the unit? Will you know what's interesting is that you know they're so this was Based on a book that Eric Haney Road called inside Delta Force and Alana guys were not happy about that book. Now that said You know I read it. Numerous times in. Don't think that it revealed any top-secret you know anything any tactics or anything that would've I jeopardize the the unit you know so I don't really know what people's B but I think it was like. I think Eric was. Maybe you know one of the first guys asserted cash in on his experience you know and and obviously now everybody's doing it but the but there was a lot. There was a little animosity about that. I think in you know and then look when we started the show you know. He gave everybody a sit-down pep talk. You know but but also sort of you know a directional conversation in that he will he said. Look we're not GonNa make a mockery of my experience reinsert the experience my brothers in our sisters of fog you know in conflict and and so you know you're going to train and you're GONNA you're GonNa get the mindset mindset of these guys down and we're GONNA take this shit series and you know and I think that translated on screen for a lot of a lot of soldiers gers when the network got involved. Some of the storylines got a little cheesy. We rely our you know but but for the most part you know I mean the combat that look good and and you know in the in the drama was great and people still to this day or you know. Ask Me why they canceled. I don't know yeah well I think yeah. I think it was actually in your explanation. I think maybe the networks stayed out of it and not said you know and and just imagining this as an outsider. But I from what I've seen from reality television as networks damp. Russian companies are not unlike military commanders. In the way they choose to reach down and kind of nudge things in a certain direction and Bro and I would imagine imagine a ally just. I saw this on the news or my son came home. He's writing a book report on this. Be Neat if we had an episode that that that was in there no now they start getting all right. There were a couple of storylines just like you know it was ridiculous but but I would say eighty five percent of the show was you know was pretty pretty Good programming and you know when they cancelled it we had a big audience. You know look at my in my opinion also. I think you know at the time that we ended it. was you know the war was really a popular in Hollywood and Without getting into politics you know it's IT'S I. I think that the network didn't want to do anything that was that was that that would support it and You know ironically the minute they cancelled it we got bin Laden and then all the seal shows came out you know. Yeah well there you go so that's a yeah Seals are definitely flavor of the week. Now and that's you even even see when The movie Sahara came out with McConnell. Hey you know. Based based on the customer novels they even changed. I mean historically in the novels that character was not a seal but because seals are what's cool and seals are what everybody wants to see change. Everything's gotta be a seal that when they when they rebooted booted lethal weapon. They turned back character in new. That's like that's like the thing to do now because seals are flavor of the week and I don't think they mind too much. That's a lot of them you know. There's there's a joke about you. Know a seal goes takes three weeks to do the mission in six weeks for him to write his book afterwards but I. I don't begrudge any of that man I I really don't I a lot of people I see a lot of people You know trash talk and guys like like rob and guys have gone onto to write the books. I'm like. Hey you know more power to them if like you said if if you go through the pages ages that book and there's not any tactics techniques procedures being divulged and they're not naming names of people that they're going to get hurt. I don't see a problem with it. I think maybe maybe somewhere. There's a middle school kid who's GonNa read that who otherwise might have chose to be a professional football player or gone to mit and Bene- physicists. What but he's GonNa go? Hey you know what this is. This is something I can do this. You know there's a calling there so I don't have a problem with some people do I don't know I mean there's been a lot of Guy Matt Bissonnette. There's been a lot of guys that came out and dot involved often. What everybody else is doing to this today? You know but it was just bad timing like our painting. They were the first ones either he would burn. So you know as I was talking about going down your page it's It's like a war folder. And there's certain actors out there that you associate with just that guy was born to play a soldier Barringer sizemore yourself When you hear the I'm GonNA use a a term and I and I don't even know how it's taken in in Hollywood's a term that we know is outside of the business when you hear the term arm typecast it? Do you see that as a as a bad thing as as a good thing as something. You don't even think about well. Here's the thing is that you you know at any point in my career. I could have a you know. Started to avoid plane soldiers and and in in oddly like I've actually done a ton of other stuff that that that's not you know military related but the but the the big ones you know have been These these these comment films and and But there there came a point in my. I live where you know. I sort of looked up and realized that developing a deep appreciation. I'm for the sacrifices that our men and women make our military and in a deep appreciation for what our military how our military serves our country and our and our our freedoms and liberties and and you know in so the more that I became aware of of you know this love for our our troops you know the see the more. I wanted to participate in these films and then the more I wanted to you know. Honor these men and women accurately so it you you know in in that and that sort of appreciation also turned into charitable charity work. You know I do a lot of stuff in the military outside of Hollywood and now now. I'm actually trying to fuse the two together and you know we could talk about my movie. Sergeant Will Garner but yes and not only that you know that movie we Out We allocated thirty percent of our profits to go to three incredible charities that support our soldiers but additionally I'm working with American Airlines Airlines and raising money auctioning off rolls and other movies direct. And you know I'm trying to find ways to kind of parlay what I'm doing doing into you know monetary assistance and and You know The the raising of awareness for issues at our troops are Fayssal. It's certainly the passion and the respect you have. I can say one hundred percent that had totally comes through on screen there are. There are a handful of actors that If I were to pull a hundred vets even thousand house in vets. There are a handful of actors that I know all have that stamp of approval. It's like oh Max Martinez in it. y'All go see it you. Well you know Ev- people that you know are playing there you feel like they're playing the role for the right reasons. They're playing it with the respect that it deserves You know there's not going to be Some some wacky twist where the military is as per hour sudden gets portrayed as the as the villains in the story And you you and a handful of other actors are kind of in that group there are other actors who I won't mention Out of respect for you because you might have to work with them some that you know you hear about him being in a war move in your life and you know you instantly muttered under your breath. That's like I I I not only do I not believe it I I. I'll bet he wouldn't even give us the time of day on the street. I'M NOT GONNA go pay to see. His movie is just not going to happen. Round but You know thank you for being in the in that small group and that small cadre and I kind of looked to To Gary sinise this is Kinda the flagbearer for all of that now. His is my mentor in his really He's an amazing guy and and a friend and you know and somebody is charity. I support my impact. Sergeant Will Garner. That's one of the charities one of the three that were were trying to get money and assistance assistance to let. Let's talk about that. Let's talk about how that came to your attention about the project. So that that briefly That that sort of if the idea to do a movie for charity came to me during the unit and you know at that point in time the the TV is were were were you know starting to to We were seen just large numbers of TV is coming back about me. And the in the homeless veteran population was increasing. And it was just you know I just went out. This is like I. Just don't foresee the end to the you know Middle Eastern conflict at that point in time and and you know the injuries are so bad and and so you look not serving in the military is one of my regrets live. I really Kinda feel like a I just would have fallen in very well. All you know and and I'm sure you would have. I'm one hundred percent. Sure he would. Yeah I think it's something that I would have been enjoyed doing. And so you know I went into the Middle East a couple of times and and in the experience over there was life changing so anyways to get back to to answer your question Lisa I I wrote this movie about a soldier. You know what I wanted to do was was not create two hours of suffering for the people to sit through of watching somebody suffer but but rather to write a story that was an inspiring that inspired healing. It inspired hope that you know Helped maintain a level of awareness that it raised money for you know for my charities parties that really had a lot of great wonderful driving force behind. They could do a lot of good. And and so I wrote will gardner and Got Gary Involved Got Robert Patrick. Involved his a big supporter. Dermot Mulroney was a supporter Amaury Harder Arctic Elizabeth Rome Lily. Rabe all people that support the military in front of the camera hired veterans to were behind the camera wrong and then and then donated ten percents of our profits to three charities of thirty totally totaling thirty and in that was the makings of something Extremely special a was the best experience my life There's a there's a great. Just tell you this quick story. There's a really amazing little thing that happened. In this movie we were holding auditions for one of the main roles and we were going to cast it out of Los Angeles and the local casting woman in New Mexico. Said Hey you gotta meet this actor Lewis Porter Nada. He's Isa he's perfect. So Lewis comes into the room and he reads for this role of an amputee. Okay homeless Marine reputation he he. He blows US away in he gets up in front of us and he says look you know whether I get this part or not. I just WanNa thank you for trying to do doc this movie. My Dad was a veteran. I'm a veteran off. You know I had a I jumped out of an aircraft. My Canopy Canape didn't deploy I hit the ground. It took me a decade to get benefits from the DA. And and and. I really feel like this is partially my story. And so he left and when we called to give him the role He was living out of his car. So we were able to jumpstart the young veterans Film career get back on his feet financially. You know. Let them participate in this in this incredible experience. And so that to me. was you know right out of the gate without even having started filming we were already wedding and for those that haven't seen it. It's a really wonderful story and I recommended. I note okay. Veteran community is embraced it absolutely absolutely and for for my for those few in my audience that haven't seen it. How how can they see it whereas it available now you can? You can buy the movie on Amazon on I tunes on Voodoo any pretty much any of the streaming platforms Were we're not quite there yet. But we're working to re release it so the The for for us. I think it is available on Netflix. If you can't afford to buy the film but if you if you can't afford to buy this film please go to do that. Because that's one of the ways the will be able to reach profit margin Quinton Gotcha Gotcha. That's an amazing story and I for one You mentioned having their regret that you didn't serve. But I gotta say you're doing so much in the service of veterans that I think it ah more than makes up for it because you can reach an audience you can raise awareness not just funds but you can raise awareness on a level that that somebody like like me and a lot of us. Just can't do and I want to thank for my service. I WanNa thank you for your service veterans. Because you've you've done a tremendous amount. Thank you sir. Thanks man I mean you know when I went to the Middle East I really were you know in in had this idea. It gave a lot more importance to what I'm doing professionally. You Know I. It just suddenly made it You know if I can if I can help. Heal veterans can raise money for veterans if I can if I can you you know. Remind people that even though it's not front page news anymore. They're still staggering. Numbers veterans that are suffering in the streets of America. Then that suddenly elevates the you know the what I do to a different level and you know and on that note how wonderful is the USO. I mean the we did we went through the USO. But we because as we were on this like you know Special Operation Show we got sort of like you know kidnapped by the by the than in here and take a high on our own little adventures but the but but really the you know the USO is doing such a service to the troops and you realize that when you see it I can tell you you know not having been in uniform but having seen the faces of the men and the men and women the kids in combat that that you know when you show up there and suddenly you know they get a little taste of home and a break from the grind. It's really it's really important in those I think it does their hearts a lot of good absolutely it. Does it. My my first Zhihua tour was in Iraq and The the sons of anarchy cast came over Minus Charlie Hudson who you you've of course have worked with A- and He had a family emergency so he couldn't come along But the rest were just all of them so so cool Kim Coates is one of the coolest individuals. I've ever been great. He's about your mind. Give him my best. I know he's not going to remember meeting in Iraq but it just The my buddy and I were just smiling for days after that after after meeting those guys who was just and it does it it it. It reminds you what you're there for. It remind it reminds you of home and what you're going back to and it's it's a bright spot in an otherwise sandy dingy hot wet when it should be dry dry when it should be atmosphere so very very much appreciated. What do you have Upcoming any any projects projects we should know about anything we should be looking to support. Yeah you know I. I took a a little bit of a break from the the dramatic world of Phil Nagging and stepped into comedy. So I'M GONNA SO I. I just finished a movie that I directed called erotic erotic. The MANSON brothers midnight. Zombie massacre and It's absolutely hilarious. It's it's like a hangover funny and like comedy and just a big a big action and and it was a ton of fun. So we're we're about to start selling bad. Excuse me we already got the money for the sequel. which which is the Mansa Brothers Satanic Vampire Death Match I? Just it's gotTa say ran out of the gate all of my high level marketing buzzwords. You're hitting him really excited to get these out in in the first one you know has a lot of Military and military supporters in it you know DB. Sweeney is a big of good friend of mine. He's a huge military supporter. Radhika Tourism Senate who is was military for who else an actor Dave Meadows? who was in? He's one of my buddies from Captain Phillips He's a former team guy he's entities amaze drink. Think Oh in Louise Board or Nada who I was telling on your own and he's in it Yeah so you know again. We're using veterans and and and this was one of the the movies. SRA actually the sequel to this film is the one that we use to To auction off to raise money for charities. Hey can I plug them real quick. You can clog anything you. I'm and it's your time done. Okay so Gary sinise talked about Gary His Foundation the Gary sinise foundation is is just an incredible organization for those that aren't aware they do everything from entertain the troops to to You know outfit. Homes for veterans with disabilities to build homes for veterans that are displaced or can't afford homes they've Gary constantly doing You know on some adventure with World War. Two veterans are taking gold star wives and their kids to Disneyland his knee land. I mean he's really. He has the biggest heart in Hollywood for veterans and if any one is looking for organization to support his is stellar The other two that were trying to raise money for one is called Higher Round USA which which is based out of Sun Valley Idaho. They use recreational therapy to assist veterans in need They have offices in new. You were city and in Los Angeles which are additionally focusing on homeless veterans And lastly warriors heart was started by a former tier. One operator Buddy of mine that started the foundation to to not only assist veterans but also oh first responders law enforcement officers one of the credit criteria to enter into the program is that you have a drug and or alcohol alcohol dependency once you're in the program they can further address. TV or pts. And it's it's it's the facilities oscilloscopes as on a five hundred Acre ranch in Texas. That is like a five-star vacation. I mean it's it's beautiful and and the veterans coming out of that program are changed for life a solicitor. They're really doing amazing. Things three vetted it'd organizations that that help veterans get money and assistance to veterans. And anyone looking again looking to support the veteran community this year. I recommend this three definitely have links to all of those in the show notes and when it when this gets posted up I'll tag everybody possible on social media so they can get as widest-circulation as possible Max speaking of social media where. What are your handles working people paalea? Yeah I'm I'm pretty much I pretty much stick to instagram and A little bit twitter. I'm not quite On twitter as much but both handles are at Max. Martini L. A. Samak's Martini in La Aw Yeah and please follow me on instagram and twitter. If you if you do that also and You know again I'll be. I'm constantly posting about the worked with veterans and and the movies that are coming up so you can fall out again. We as veteran on behalf of veterans. We really appreciate it. Max We really do. Thanks for your service. I thank you for what you've done for us. Thank you for your time today. I'll have links to to maximize is a social media and all those charities in the show notes. Make sure you check it out. 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This Entire Impeachment Hoax is Based on Lies (Ep 1116)

The Dan Bongino Show

57:24 min | 1 year ago

This Entire Impeachment Hoax is Based on Lies (Ep 1116)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino on June. Oh my God ladies and gentlemen. I cannot emphasize the analogy enough to a clockwork orange. Remember Oh this impeachment thing. Is that this astor now. As I promised you I am not going to get you caught up in an hour of this but I do have to give you updates on what's going hang on. It's only the most important story of our time and updates on what's going on right now with homes literally homes David Holmes who reminds me of someone couple the people I met during my time in the secret service. It's not flattering and Fiona Hill. Who's just making things up up there? But I wanNA cover what happened yesterday. And what started out as S. as I said to you yesterday during the show see like a decent day for the Democrats and then completely utterly utterly exploded. This thing is over ladies. Gentlemen enough of Mike Mike but I do have a pen mic drop for Donald Trump and the Republicans. I'm telling you it's over. Welcome to the Dan. Bongino show producer. Joe How are you today. Well Dan. I've I've got to agree with you. This is very very very horror. Show very horror show. Yes it is right. Thank you and you're fine. Distinguished English accent you guys know and ladies out there but Joe Joe does a bunch of characters as English carrying is one of them he is inserted into the show off especially when it comes the areas where he needs to seem pseudo sophisticated dick and aren't very well done all right folks. I've got a lot to tons of video. Coding the disastrous Democrat debate last night which the only winners were the people who didn't watch watch all right. Did he show brought to you by Adt Wax Rx Ladies and Gentlemen I had a big problem with earwax buildup. It's true I'm not messing with you. 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How this is completely completely blowing up on the Democrats as some other stories as well about other things going on because we're not GonNa get trapped into this cycle of Democrat nonsense? I I want to start Out on Thursday. Oh by the way quick. Tease Don Trump junior interviewed tomorrow interview number to interview the president last week and our new weekly once so we interview show Donald Trump junior tomorrow about his new book triggered. I'm going to ask him some questions about how he feels about this. The impeachment hoax number three. Don't miss it will launch it in the afternoon June tomorrow. We'll see maybe three or four so depending on how the interview goes. Don't Miss It. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel YouTube dot com slash Bongino. You can be first to check it out there. Okay okay a little bit of a kind of comic relief here Devon Nunez who is really these peach mint hearings are hilarious. Because they're so ridiculous looking for anybody who actually understands the facts Joe like this woman I love this was never knew s yesterday. prepping the audience for Adam shifts closing statements which for those who've watched watch this unfortunately watched these ridiculous hoax impeachment hearings at the end of every night sleazy Liar Adam Schiff gives this like overly hyperbolic nick emotional reading of the facts of the day at. It's become like a source of mockery over conservative. Because it's so dumb because this talking about the president he got caught. It's so goofy is become a subject of mockery. Here's Deva newness. prepping the audience again for for story time night number. Three of Adam Schiff at is ridiculous because he got caught absurdity. Check this out for those of you at home. It's time to change the channel. Turn Down the volume or hide the kids but I'm to bed now yielded shift for story time hour. I think the gentleman has always for his remarks. Oh my gosh the clown show good for Devon Nunez calling this this complete spins out. He's at this hearing. Hearing is just a total complete. Waste of America's time and I'll get to in a minute how this break in bad on the object left and right but I've got more important to get through hat tip. Did Donald Trump twitter twitter feeds where he got this from. They put out a compilation video. So this is about how badly yesterday one remember. This was their key witness our ambassador to the European Union Gordon Gordon Salmon. Who was one of the point? Men Ukraine policy was a donor to president trump. Got An ambassador ship. He was supposed to be there. The whole whole witness. Who was going to verify that there was a quid pro quo a White House meeting in exchange for investigations into one hundred and he was supposed to be the race in the whole witness? Here's this trump compilation Felicia video. which sums up? How badly for the Democrats in the afternoon yesterday? Check this out again. I don't recall president trump ever talking to me about any you security assistance ever did the president ever tell you personally about any preconditions for anything. No okay so the president never told you bout any preconditions for the to be released. No correct no one on this planet told you that Donald Trump was tying aid to the investigations. Because if your answer's yes then the chairman's wrong and the headline on CNN is wrong no one on this planet told you that president trump was tying aid lead to investigation to yes or no yes you call president trump to ask him. What do you want from Ukraine? He responded I want nothing. I want no quid pro quo. Oh I want some Linski to do the right thing. I want him to do what he ran on and what he ran on was fighting corruption. Correct correct president said quote wrote no quid pro quo. I want nothing I want. Nothing I want presidents Alinsky to do the right thing do what he ran on and quote. Is that correct. That's is correct. That means just all over folks. Listen I I don't know how to summarize for you in any more of a fact based data point how badly this one when the takeaway from yesterday's Ace in the hole witness about a quid pro quo was Gordon Silent. Acknowledging that he called President Trump directly asked him about a quid pro quo and president trump told me he didn't want quid pro quo that he wanted quote. Nothing you don't believe me. Here's president trump on the south south grounds yesterday. What he's leaving to get on marine one he was going to Texas summarizing his own conversation with someone about a quid pro quo while the media said happened that someone acknowledged didn't happen? Check this out. Barristers Donlon I guess. Notice one thing I would say that means it's all over. What do you want from Ukraine? He asked me screaming. What do do you want from Ukraine? I keep hearing all these different ideas and theories ambbassador speaking to me just the ones. I turned off television. What do you want you praying? I keep all these different ideas as there is what do you want. What do you want? It was a very short and abrupt conversation that he had with the. They said he was not in a good mood. I'm always in a good mood. I don't I don't know what that is just said. Now he's talking about what Bhai respond so he's going what do you want. What do you want to hear all these years? What what do you what right now? Here's my response that he gave just get ready yet. The cameras rolling. I I want nothing. That's what I want from Ukraine. That's what I said. I want nothing. I said it twice. So he goes. He asked me the question. What do you want? I keep hearing all these things. What do you want he finally gets? I don't know him very well. I Have I've not spoken to him much. This is not a man I know well seems like a nice guy. Well he was with other candidate. She actually supported deported. Other candidates not name payment light. But here's my response now if you weren't fake news you've covered properly sir. I say the obbassador respond. I want nothing I want. Nothing I want no quid. Pro Quo sells dolinsky president. Zillur to do the right thing. So is my answer. I want nothing I want nothing. I want no quid. Quit Brokaw tell soliciting to do the right thing. Then he says this is the final word from the president of the United States. It's I want nothing. Thank you Saturday. Good time you excellent Mr President. Well done you don't need to take questions questions yesterday. You don't always have to be. I understand his commitment to openness and transparency the president despite the media's protest stations otherwise oh bristow president nothing the president does this cryptic. He gives more press conferences and QNA's and many pressures to any president in American history. The numbers bear that had out any any assertions otherwise outright lie but that doesn't mean he has that constantly all the time be subjected to twenty four hour. QNA cycles by WII media that hates him. The facts speak for themselves. Ladies and Gentleman Gordon Sunland opened his testimony insisting yes again. Because you're GonNa get the facts here that there was a quid pro quo investigations for aid and that everybody knew it. Wow devastating as I said yesterday not a good morning then under just not even like strong assertive gorgeous basic questioning by the Republicans. His entire story fell apart. And then we find out that the only person who has firsthand knowledge about a conversation the president would sunlen and trump is sunland and trump and both of them acknowledged the same thing that when asked what he wants from Ukraine. The president said I want nothing. I want some Linski to do the right thing. I uh listen I WANNA play this. This is a little longer version. What you saw on the compilation? This is Republican congressman from Ohio. Mike Turner has been doing a great job here. This this is Mike. Turner questioning Gordon to set this up. I'm going to get to in a second wise son. I think he did what he did. It's my opinion but I'm going to give it to you why I think he's doing what he's doing it appeared. He's tried to harm the president yesterday. And got called out on basic facts my Turner's asking him about his assertion in the the opening statement that there was a link between security aid to Ukraine and Ukraine opening up investigations. That trump wanted. Okay okay. Give us the investigations no way. That's what gus on them saying was. Yeah we knew about this quid pro quo this for that right. which trump acknowledges and someone canals never came up on on the phone call? It did trump though no quid pro quo right. which saw that actually tax bill Taylor about? But this is my Turner asking Gordon Gordon. Sign them. Well you seem so sure basically about this quid. Pro Quo aid for investigations. Is there a single person on the planet who actually told you that that we were going to swap aid for investigations. What some and completely one hundred percent fall? This is the mic drop moment. It's over for them after it's over check this out. After you testified German Schiffren out and gave a press conference and said he gets to impeach the president nited States because of your testimony. And if you pull up CNN today right now. They're banner says Sunlen ties. Trump to withholding aid. Is that your testimony today. Mr Massillon that you have evidence that Donald Donald Trump tied the investigate. Because I don't think you're saying that I've said repeatedly congressman I was presuming. I also said that President President Trump's not just the president Giuliani didn't tell you mulvaney didn't tell you nobody Pompeo didn't tell you nobody else on this planet told you you that Donald trump was tying aid to these investigations. Is that correct. I think I already testified. Answer the question. Is it. Correct no-one on this planet told you that Donald Trump was tying this aid to the investigations. Because if your answer is yes the Chairman's wrong and the headline on. CNN is wrong. No one on this planet told you that president trump was tying aid to investigations. Yes or no yes so you really have no testimony today day. The ties president trump to a scheme to withhold aid from Ukraine in exchange for these investigations. Other than my own presumption which is nothing. I mean that's what I understand. You know what hearsay evidence is ambassador. Here say is when I testify. What someone else told me what made up testimony is made up? Testimony is when I presume. It's over folks. It's over now. It's not over for the Democrats will doesn't matter they're just going to continue this charade and you should really be sending a thank you card to Adam Schiff because this is not going doing well for them. I'm telling you listen. Take it to the bank. I promise you I would give you my opinion about when you should panic and when you shouldn't take it or and it's up to you. Some guy emailed me by the way he was very upset that I said that I'm an adult. I'll know when a paddock fine. It's why I'm just giving you my opinion and start your own show called the almond adult show and I'm just giving when you my opinion it's my show. The morning didn't go well. Someone's opening statement. The Democrats thought. They had a slam dunk. But that's why we have in these adversarial proceedings and other side. The other side gets to question him in any fair proceeding and under just basic. The questions did anybody ever tell you that nobody told me that. Well how do you know that. Oh I just presumed that. Oh my gosh. Despite the conversation you had with the president where he told you know quid pro quo. that he wants nothing he just wants them to do. The right thing. You still just presumed it. Despite swearing and the roof you had that conversation now. Why right what's going on with Salmon? What's the back story here? Ladies Gentlemen Silence Very Wealthy Guy has some interest in some hotels. The left laughed. Tyrannical ultra violent aggressive left You don't believe me. Just go to twitter feed. Today you can see. There was a Ann Coulter speech out West and and of course the left started physically accosting people screaming at people cursing him. You know what the left always does the Liberals Love and worship violence. I'm by the way if you don't believe I'm very sorry or if you don't believe that because you can keep your head on a swivel around these people at all times. At all times see we conservatives believe in big our are God given rights which means a good strong solid ideological debate but we will only only God forbid ever use that violence in defensive are so that's it Proactiv. Violence is not ever on a conservative agenda who believes in the big our God given rights of everyone. That's not for the left. The left is full blown in on ultra violence silence right now and aggression. Just look at the videos again. I'm not talking about all. Democrats Stereotyping Debbie a lot of Democrats out there. Who sincerely care about the country? Where the the left? The radical left is all in on violence and aggression. They turn this on Sunland threats to his family threats to his business business. People violently accosting people preventing them from going into sunland hotels. What do I think happen? I believe Sunland got intimidated. And it's really no more difficult than this and he's going up there giving testimony trying to play both sides side number one. Well I'll give shift what he needs a sound bite. Yeah I presume there was a quid pro quo shift run to the cameras. Run to the cameras. We got him now but then let me play the Republican side of two and Ed acknowledged that yeah. I don't really know what I presumed it. Ladies tournaments really no more difficult than that. He's trying to get these people to stop. Picketing is business and stop threatening family. I'm not apologizing or making excuses for anyone. I'm giving you a simple opinion about what I think. The motivation was for Sunlen to go up there and do something in the morning. Give an opening statement that left out key facts including his phone call a president trump. We just referenced. I believe he did that to give Adam shift. The factory needs to call off the dogs. Now showing you. How bad yesterday was for the dims? And the sleazeball. Impeachment Committee as Devin Nunes said this morning formerly known as the Intelligence Committee with the lack of intelligence on the committee. That's bizarre most Annapolis inaptly-named committee up on the hill right now here is a tweet by a CNN reporter. No less guy went after the other day. I think it was a trumpet of you. I don't even know this guy. Hi Daniel Dale correcting the AP the AP tweeted the Associated Press contradicting the testimony of his own ambassador. Trump says he wants. It's nothing from Ukraine and says the impeachment hearings should be brought to an end. He contradicted the testimony for. That's exactly what is investor said the CNN Guy Daniels. Dale had correct them quote. This is wrong. What trump told reporters did not contradict sunless testimony sunlen testified trump told him? I want nothing from Ukraine. That's what trump was saying to reporters. That sunlen testified. He said I want nothing folks. You've no you've reached HP stupid when CNN's correcting the Associated Press. This was a disaster folks a disaster when the takeaway ringer around twelve quote from this entire spectacle. Yesterday is trump telling US ambassador appointment and Ukraine wants nothing from Ukraine except for them to do the right thing off trust me. It was not a good day for them is ended horribly now before I get to this. There's a series series of again nonsensical false facts and data points fake news being put out by shift and others which require significant debunking. Because they're being propagated by the media endlessly and they're not true. I'll get to that in a second. Today's second sponsors are good friends. Brickhouse Nutrition Ladies Ladies and gentlemen have one of the finest nutrition supplements on the market. There you go right there foundation love this stuff and using it for a long time. What is foundation? Why would it work for you? Why do you need this stuff? This is great. 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Dan You will not regret it all the products the reviews on this I absolutely spectacular. Go check it out. Okay listen the amount of misinformation information in these proceedings is staggering including the one going on right now farcical absolutely farcical. Please read the show notes. Today sign up for my newsletter Bongino DOT COM slash newsletter. I will email email you. The best conservative news content that day including this story which when the Bongino report comes out your new alternative to the left wing drudge report you will get stories like this in here. We go folks Washington Examiner today by Jerry. Dunleavy does good work analysis. Despite Adam shifts claims the whistle blower has no statutory right to anonymity. Folks why am I bringing bring this up because again some in the media and to be fair some others in the media have the bunk this. I believe this is one of those assertions that Got Three Pinocchio From The Washington Post or something something but other media. Let's have stuck by that. The whistle blower somehow has some right whether it be moral or whatever to anonymity. It doesn't okay. I'm sorry and there is definitely no statutory right to anonymity the statute protecting whistleblowers protects them from disclosure. By the I G. Gee unless there's some specific reason in other words the I C. I. G. Legally should not be exposing the name of the Whistle Intelligence Community Inspector General it it does not apply to the president and it definitely doesn't apply to the media. I bring this up because Adam Schiff keeps saying it. The hearings in direct contradiction to the truth that there is some some legal right to anonymity by the Whistle Blower Ladies and gentlemen. It is factually incorrect. Read the piece. If you want the details you wanna read portions of the statue you it only prevents the IC inspector general from releasing it nobody else that is just not true all right moving on. I don't want to beat a dead dead horse. I just feel like every day got the bunk this nonsense. You're being fed more nonsense. You're being fed by some. The liberal media is that this is going well for the Democrats compilations compilations on Hannity and other shows last night on cable news with they put together a compilation yesterday by Jeffrey Toobin of CNN MSNBC and others and all these he's left wing lunatic talking heads pundits say. Oh it's a bombshell a disaster. A total budge. It's over for trump. This is going grip. Remember during the morning after the Sunland opening statement folks. They were in love. They were in love with Gordon. Sonnen Ladies and gentlemen is from an email. I got this morning from a Republican puts out some talking points these are. Here's some data for you to show you how bad this is going for them. A new poll showing a report. She's me support for impeachment. Wisconsin Joe a swing state has dropped four points in the past month. God to just forty percent of registered voters in Wisconsin fifty to fifty three percent oppose impeachment. Nice a national poll from Politico's because morning console released found that just forty percent of independence now support impeachment eight ten point drop from just two weeks ago the first week of the houses public impeachment. C'mon hearings morning. Console road did not move public support for the inquiry and Democrats favorite finally another national poll from Gallup found that president trump's approval overrating has actually picked up since Adam Schiff began impeachment hearings. So Ladies and gentlemen I'm telling you. This is a disaster approval ratings up money pouring into into Republican coffers the RNC in the trump campaign volunteers pouring in poll data not going in their direction. This is a complete disaster. And I'm sorry anyone who tells how's your other words otherwise it's not a nonpartisan observer of what's going on here. I am partisan but I'm giving you just faxon data. This is a mess for the the Democrats a mess that believe me. Serious people behind the scenes are starting to wonder how they pull themselves out of this thing. Now don't be surprised if they vote on. Articles of impeachment goes very poorly for the Democrats. And you get more than two this time the vote against us the Bockel. All right folks. This is another devastating story. Because we've been told again that the Ukrainians. Oh Yeah. There's nothing going on over there. Nothing to worry about the corruption. Donald Trump is looking into into harassment Hunter Biden and others. It's no big deal. Nothing to see here really because Reuters. Yes Reuters will be in the show notes today and Bungy Dot com slash newsletter. Shake it out. Reuters reported yesterday definitely not a right leaning outlet that Ukraine is winding their probe against the Barista found remember. The company hundred guidance. Kid were for to win as and if state funds wait what Joe. I thought this was all political. Corruption was really happening hundred Biden work for this company. No big make deal really because Reuters is reporting some very suspicious information here that this prosecutor was speaking after being asked about a document from the General Prosecutor's prosecutor's office that was leaked at a press conference earlier on Wednesday. Get a load of this folks. The document only part of which was visible showed Kulik suspected did he was a prosecutor suspected. Slow ski this is the Guy who runs Barista. The company had hired. Joe Biden Kid That they suspected slow chess gave offenses including using his official position. -sition to embezzle basically three hundred thirty million dollars in of money belonging to the Central Bank really because we were told corruption is not a concern. Don't worry trump only had political motivations for demanding Ukrainians clean up their act before they got eight. That's that's what we were told by the Democrats and their false narratives and they still can't even linked the aid to Ukraine. Because they still can't even do that but we we're told that when the theory when the aid was linked to this that the aid was linked to corruption and. Don't worry about the corruption that wasn't a big political someone should tell the Ukrainians and by the way we'll be prefaced by saying Interfax's came out by Interfax is reporting that some of the investigations nations into the Beresategui. Lucky that they involved by the way the potential laundering of money through this Franklin Templeton investments and payments the Hunter Biden allegedly of sixteen million dollars coordinator facts. We'll see where that goes. Whoa is right winds me also? WHOA Whoa I always tell all of that? Her and she's like I've never heard that you just making this up. Then I go to Youtube and play them for whoever grew up in the rap seed in New York which is good for no not. WHOA WHOA that was I remember? I know what happened. Paul is like no no choice. Destiny all right moving on the real news happening right now folks. This stuff is important and I do want to get to what's happening up. There were feeling a hill. Because that's important too but while everyone was sleeping watching Ching clockwork orange style. This Astra's impeachment. Hearing look legal insurrection. Again in the show today. Look what happened while no one was paying attention while you were watching Gordon Silane while you're watching Gordon. Saw and then trump flip the eleventh circuit by legal insurrection. William Jacobson does some great work over there. Ladies Ladies Gentlemen the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Very Important Circuit affects me down here in Florida and in the southeast is now majority Republican appointees Nice Job President Trump Bob in addition to flipping the third last week as we addressed in our interview with President Trump. WHO also by the way if you want to listen to the interview addresses what he would do? In the event of an opening on the Supreme Court court in our interview with him again folks while the Democrats are losing money losing in the approval ratings battle losing in the polls and swing states like Wisconsin generating record amounts of money into the RNC and trump president. Trump is busy doing things like regulatory reform working on next around the tax cuts for economic growth and flipping the courts in a more conservative originalists direction. Pay No attention to the man behind the curtain. We'll continue to work while you guys continue to screw around with your dopey stupid discredited entirely hoax falsified impeachment nonsense as ever newness says and Joe left that before the show. What will call story time from now on now? That's some real news quickly getting back to what happened today. Because what's going on now. Up on the hill now is a disaster. You have these two individuals testifying you have this guy homes. And you have Fiona Hill up there on the hill testifying to more more nonsense and folks listen again we have to give the obligatory thank you for great. Okay listen. I served the country to no one. Don't thank me you paid for it. I wanted to be. There was a great job and I appreciate that. I don't need it and it's not necessary because I don't consider it that I was paid a good amount of money to be a secret service agent with a dangerous job that I wanted to do so all I wanted to do my whole life. I never saw myself doing this. I enjoy it but that's not why we saw myself being a police officer federal age age. We should record factory. Yeah serious there's always GONNA be okay. Great days we were paid handsomely. We appreciate your serve great like Nice job that again. That doesn't absolve you from the responsibility to go up in the most critical impeachment hearing we've seen in in an era the the Clinton thing went down to tell the truth and they're just not telling this Guy Holmes who came up this morning and I'll have some of this for you tomorrow. This is what we're doing I t's and we'll we'll do the summation tomorrow. Home said something ridiculous in his opening statement and he reminds me. I said I would hit on this. I brought this up the JOE folks my last line of work when I was doing advances with the secret service we'd go out on the road and during the campaign season he's and I know Joe Likes these stories. I hope you in the I try to stay away from them but still important here. Because I've seen this phenomenon before we used to call this having a case of the reels. Four reels I'm not kidding for real. That's what we would call. And what is them well during campaign season the Secret Service when the president travels schedule gets intense because either. He's running for re election or campaigning. For someone who is the travel schedule gets ridiculous. The Secret Service runs low on advanced agents. Sometimes we'll bring Dan whether it's during the UN or others. Reese Komo T.. As other treasury agents now the call other federal agents to help because we just run out of people well that happens on the bureaucracy side you folks. The Secret Service advanced work for the President United States and our other protectees is. It's a three prong approach. You have the secret service. You have the military whammo. The White House Military Terry Office that sends out in advance. And you have a staffer as well from the bureaucracy. White House staff. What happens well? The military has a lot of people so they can get constrained but it's usually not an issue finding folks with the secret service it is so we'll find other people to help us out to support us and what the staff does is the White White House staff and the advance office. When they run out of people they'll go grab people from the federal bureaucracy? HHS whatever it may be you come from anywhere bureau of Indian affairs and they'll send them out these sometimes young very young men and women and they will represent the White House on the Advanced Ladies and gentlemen it is typically a disaster because they show up. They're typically low level bureaucrats who've never had any significant serious responsibility when it comes to a life and death scenario in their lives and they'll show up on the scene and they get a case of the Faria they show up. They puff their muscles. They puff their chest so they want to come in and tell everybody in the secret service and the military career military officers and people in the secret service. If you do it in advance for the president been doing this for ten years like I had and they you want to tell you how it's going to go down. Let me be clear by the way. It's not a Democrat or Republican. It's on both sides all right any secret service agent listening knows exactly. We're talking about they come in. I'm the boss here. The verdict is in yesterday. I was typing up spreadsheets about per diem rates in Ukraine today. I'm running the show. You want some you come to me after about five minutes. They typically find out how relevant they are the trip and how little they know and they usually come the hat in hand begging you for information on how to make this thing work because the White House is calling them and they don't know squat tap me multiple times. I'll never forget one person. A country that shall remain nameless who was a representative of that foreign country who openly laughed at a staffer in the meeting thing and came up to me later as he ignored him in laughed at him and said he who has the cons has the power in other words. You you got the guns right. You're the secret service I'll deal with you. I don't need this idiot. That happened by the way. I don't even think the staffer knew he was being laughed at this guy. Holmes reminds me of that. He's a mid level bureaucrat. Who sees moment in the Sun? He goes up in front of this Congressional National Committee this morning. The impeachment committee formerly Noticing Intelligence Committee. And he's just lies. Make stuff up lies. He's just making he. Now let me give them it out. I'll give him out. He's either lying or you know it's nothing about the case. He just said again. In addition to others who have gone up there and testified to completely false data point he said a couple of things he said that this do not prosecute blessed Maria Ivanovich and George Ken their insistence. That people not be prosecuted that this is false that there wasn't there wasn't a do not prosecute lists ladies and gentlemen. Do you understand the insistence on career. Bureaucrats as alleged by John Solomon is reporting and let's Cinco that Ukrainian prosecutor that United States diplomats like von. Kent the allegation that they insisted key Ukrainians not be prosecuted by the Ukrainian government Ukrainians. who were involved Bob in the dissemination of information fusion GPS according to fusion GPS themselves to target trump? Do you understand. That's the key to this whole thing and they need to discredit Tis. So they keep parading a series of witnesses going up there suggesting that Maria von images some hero and the do not prosecute list doesn't exist folks folks. I WanNa read something to you again from Salomon's reporting because this is important. I put it up screaming. Didn't want to overburden Paulo with work. WanNa hit this too much folks. George Kent from Solomon's reporting a State Department official acknowledged he signed in April two thousand sixteen letter asking Ukrainian prosecutors to stand down an investigation against the anti corruption. Group that do not prosecute insistence is real. It's not a hoax. It's not a fairy tale tale. It's not a conspiracy theory. It is an acknowledged fact. The letter exists and one of the people on that list that they asked not ought to be. Prosecuted was Ukrainian parliamentarian by the name of Sir. Hamish Shinko who Nellie or under oath from fusion. GPS hired by Hillary swaires wears was a source of hers for Information Against Trump they used to target trump via the FIS. Amore that is the scandal so homes goes up there. Yeah that's not true at any says something else which is categorically false homes. I'm telling you he's one of those staffers. I saw secret service advances. I've seen this guy a million times. He says the Prosecutor General that Cinco who was on the receiving end of Joe. Please tell me if this makes sense. The receiving end of the letter do not prosecute these people he says. Let's think always century attracted the story home. said that folks that is not true. He has not retracted. The story at all even the New York Times acknowledged that you're making a fool fool of yourself. Holmes is either a liar or he's totally ignorant of what happened in a country claims to be an expert in so joke. This is an impeachment hearing for idiots. I haven't even gotten yet to Fiona Hill Fiona Hill who testified said something in our opening statement. That is completely ridiculous for I get to that. We get to our final sponsor. Sure the day well. We'll sit here we go thanks. Paul National Review Fiona Hill. Get ready for this. One Calls Ukrainian twenty sixteen election narrative a fictional narrative in her opening statement. Okay Viana Hill so Fiona Hill Joe. I know I know I know I know. You're getting in pressuring. I'M GONNA get these Fiona Hill again. Another shift witness claimed Russia Ukraine expert is now claiming that Ukrainian election interferes fears is a fictional narrative. Okay folks I'm putting up the paper copy now because apparently the digital one Paula puts up isn't is an for those of you listening at home. This is what I'm showing here. Is the political article political. left-wing Rig Ukrainian creamy efforts to sabotage trump backfire. This article has not been retracted. Nobody is retracted their story and they still insist that the facts in here are correct verified. This is what the Hell is calling a conspiracy theory or fictional narrative right. I got more on Fiona. Oh to help before I get to that. Go to our final sponsor today E touro latest gem. I have to be honest with you. I was always interested in crypto currencies. But I didn't have a broad swath of knowledge about how they can work how to get into it how to build a smart portfolio. I knew what they did and how they worked with with algorithms meanwhile the rhythms albums. Excuse me but I just wasn't sure of how exactly the Investment Strategy would work thankfully e Touro came along. We recently saw Bitcoin coin. Prices rise after China devalued its currency and global markets tank. We can now see how crypto currencies and becoming a real alternative to gold hedging strategy for me the best place to trade Crypto uh-huh currencies like bitcoin is that e Toro Dot Com. 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This is the world's number one. Social Trading Platform for CRYPTO currencies. detoro Toro go check it out today again. Back to Fiona Hill who are opening statement along with homes appears to be either confused ignorant or just straight up lying. I don't know which one it is. She sounds smart homes at least try to come off smart. What is it are they line? Okay so Ukrainian interference in the election. She's claiming is a Russian fictional narrative that it didn't happen all right folks again in the show. No not today showing you. What kind of nonsenses Byron York has in really exemplary piece in the Washington? Examiner sign up through our newsletter. You can read it directly right there analysis. What if trump was right about Ukraine by Byron York? Listen there are a number of points in here. I'm just GONNA hit on four quickly. Conclusively completely totally debunking Fiona Hills assertion that Ukrainian interference in the two thousand sixteen election is some kind of false russian-arab the Russians interfered to. They're not the good guys here either. But claiming the Ukrainians did not interfere in the election is utterly outrageous. He's got a number of points. I'm just going to address some of the key takeaway some of you. You heard right before this is a long one. Might going to read the whole thing. But basically point number one government ministers from Ukraine were openly attacking Donald trump in in other words Joe interfering our election when Donald trump was a candidate. You could see on the screen here. He talks about this This government minister Avakov talks about others. It's like Arsenio Arseny Yat-sen Yuck who made the case that trump's statement on Crimea and now Putin Crimea made his campaign fair game for Ukrainians who they were openly attacking tacking him. You may say okay. Well I wouldn't consider that interference. Maybe they had an opinion on trump. All right fair enough. Let's go to take quaint OPPORTU. Then the actual Ukrainian Ambassador Valery Chalet took a shot at trumpet and op Ed written in the hill using a little bit more temperate language at Avak often yet so I said that. Trump's statements on Crimea have raised serious concerns in Kevin Beyond Ukraine trump's words stand in sharp contrast to the Republican Party platform. She'll continued as well as against bipartisan support for the US sanctions against Russia. Ladies and gentlemen. This is Ukraine's ambassador to the United States openly writing an op-ed against the presidential candidate. Tell me again now. I don't know Dan. That doesn't strike interferes. Now what does it strike you as exactly having said that again. We fax here on like Fiona on a hill and homes. You may say to yourself ED arguments still a little weak. I wouldn't call it interference. I would call it. What's the euphemism game for for the Democrats? What euphemism of us? I'll call it open express a maybe hot headed opinions but not interference white ads. Let's go to the next piece of evidence here. Oh let's Shaneco and the Black Ledger. Here's the SHANECO again. Well known in Ukraine is a journalist and a crusader against corruption and a member of parliament in August of twenty six thousand a few weeks after trump's statement about Crimea. Let's Shaneco took on a new task on August. Twenty eight to Financial Times. uh-huh published a story Ukraine's leaders campaign against pro-putin trump. Okay so now. We have a journalist and member of parliament. A guy named Lysenko. Who you're now familiar with? Who is now openly campaigning against Donald Trump? That that's not interference Ernst explained to me again. Oh and by the way as repeated now for the teeth time the company hired by Hillary Clinton to destroy Donald Trump fusion. GPS what are their employees. Employee's Nellie your whose husband works for the US Department of Justice has sworn under oath that the same La- Sankoh I just mentioned was a source for our for trump information Asian. No interference folks. Now you really have to be a blockade at this point. There's still deny this by the way none of this is in dispute by the Democrats. None of it. Let's go to one final point to put the icing on this horrible stench stench of a cake. A website also reported that Alexander Chiluba former DNC operative occasionally shared are fine these with officials from the DNC Clinton Clinton campaign while she was working with Ukraine to Lupu went to the Ukrainian embassy in Washington and shared her concerns. According to politico with the ambassador. Same Ambassador wrote the anti-trump op Ed. And one of his deputies Asana Shuler not long after that Chalupa spoke again with the DNC and according to politico with the DNC's it's encouraging Chalupa Embassy stamp to arrange an interview with then president poorest Shaneco from Ukraine. And where they might discuss manafort's ties to you knew commit folks. I'm sorry but you're a real moron if you don't believe this at this point I'm sorry I can't help you I can't help you. What is being set up? There is an outright lie. Homes is lying hill is lying or they are complete total ignoramuses and I don't believe the ladder all right because we have more to get to. I'm just GONNA CA sickens crap. You should be too. WE DO WANNA get. It's so frustrating. I do WanNa get to last night's democratic debate again. Another total disaster candidly folks. Last night's debate was boring. There were only a couple of takeaways. One of them was the best. The biggest winners were the people who didn't watch it there was almost nothing newsworthy newsworthy. But in the interest of covering it I just want to cover to the dumbest moments of the night because there were no highlights. There were only lowlights. First here's Bernie Sanders just in the hyperbolic exaggerating about fake. Global warming has gotten to the point. Now where it's just ridiculous Bernie saying we're all going to basically die in eight to nine years and drown underwater. We live in cities. Listen to this ridiculousness fears the question is what are we going to do in decades. We don't have decades what the scientists are telling us. We don't get our act together within the next eight one one nine years. We're talking about cities all over the world major cities going on the water. We're talking about increased drought talking about increased extreme weather disturbances. The United Nations is telling us that in the years to come they're going to be hundreds of millions of climate refugees causing mass national security issues. All over the world many thousands of people will die someday. Freeze the you will die. You'll become much thicker. You will die. That was funny weeks ago. Now it's like has really burden ready. Of course Joe added on at the. Yeah that was Bernie though. We didn't invest with. That's not me doing my Bernie Voice. That's all burnt folks now. The timeline joe is down from. AOC's what we have ten or twelve years left where we're all going to die getting worse now. Eight to nine years in a week or two. It'll be down to two years. We'll all be some basic questions if you buy that if you are a younger listener who may be a bit misinformed about hoax. Global warming and other climate change hoax is out there. I mean ask you simple question right. Let me start off by asking. You know you can't avoid avoid assertion but you can't avoid a question of very wise man once told me that I wanna ask you something to a younger listeners or climate change hoaxers. Who believe in this? Do you think people's income capital you. I think they kind of their money matters to them. Money talks and BS walks. You've heard that money talks bullshit walks. You heard that right. You think. That's true Joe so you think it's true that people generally put their money. Where their mouth is they believe in a product? They'll put their money and they can make money and if they don't believe in a product they'll pull their money out kind of makes sense right. Yeah Indonesian where am I going with this. Well if you believe that I'm GonNa ask you a simple question. If you believe what Bernie Sanders is saying is true right. You're a climate change hoaxer and you believe the cities are GonNa GonNa Drown in eight years. Then why is waterfront property not dramatically going dramatically folks. I have waterfront property a disclosure. It was not cheap. Why is the value of my property not meaningless? It's GONNA be underwater in eight years matter of fact why is almost no waterfront property of significance going down dramatically in value. Why are the values going up? It's a a simple question. I'm not messing with you if you believe. Money talks and B. S. walks with his pretty accurate and just about every financial transaction. In Your Life. You'll spend on what you believe in want and you'll pull money out of things you don't believe in don't want won't spend your money on it. Then why are people increasingly spending money on waterfront waterfront property. Smart people if they're convinced it's going to be underwater in eight years. Have they found special scuba equipment. Let me navigate to the fruit group. You got that thing comes a scuba tank. o sweeping underwater with a C. PAP a suction sealed c-pap in a scuba mask. You can't even talk. You need the microphone to your wife next to you into bed. Because you're underwater Paula revert to Gurgle Boo Zumra. Coffee is warmer. Who leaves this you? who found underground underwater tunnels or something? I mean what what are we. We're all aqua dozing. Now you believe this if you believe the stupidity I'm asking it hottest question. Why is virtually no one selling their property now to get away from the flooding? There you're going to see some isolated example of some dude new dude dude. Who sold the CONDO in Miami ones? Why waterfront property going up? Let me point a portion number two birdies. dopey comments is going to be droughts everywhere drug a Di the two nine. Here's everywhere Joe. If there's going to be mass droughts yeah farmland should be people should be a jumping to get out of the agriculture business. Left and right yeah. Farmland should be worthless is going to be mass droughts right does but why is that not happening. Why is that not happening? I'm unsure if it's going to be drought sand that cannot support any plant life or agriculture. Why aren't people selling selling in mass? Ladies and gentlemen the answers to these questions are simple because they know your full of you you get it so you can sit there and you college campus or you know. Social Justice Warrior Focus Group which you're roasted marshmallows. Mello's Moore's and Mommy's basement doing what your goals you don't do on the radical left. I don't know what you want nothing to do with you. You get attack and scream at people. Do your violence. What's your anti-free-speech stuff? Whatever hold your signs you know Hell No? We won't go. We'd love mothers the climate's collapsing. We only have eight you. You can do whatever you the bottom line is. You're full of crap because nobody believes you. Nobody nobody's selling their waterfront property. Nobody's selling their farmland in anticipation of a worldwide drought. Because everybody knows you're full of crap more thing on this ten spends much time on the more stories folks even liberal cities. No this is garbage. Oh Oh oh you doubt me I believe it was. San Francisco. Did a bond issue a little while ago in other words. The city of San Francisco far far left San Francisco. Oh Gel they needed to borrow some money so they issued bonds buyer bonds. Loan US money. We'll pay you back a coupon on the bond pretty simple basic finance. You know what's fascinating in that bond. Issue Joe San Francisco which has some exposure to the water right. Yeah you would think they would have mentioned to their bondholders. What risk these bonds could be because San Francisco? Joe Bernie said it's GonNa be underwater in eight years right. San Francisco's liberal. They believe so San Francisco Police Bernie. We're all underwater ordering eight years right Joe wherein that bond issue doesn't mention that there's a real risk if you lend US money. That San Francisco could be underwater. Won't pay you back. The answer is nowhere because ladies and gentlemen even Liberal San Francisco knows Bernie is Oh of again college campus. libs who I love you too. I love young people. This shows a lot of good strong conservatives out there fighting the good fight on campuses. God bless you and I mean that with the strength you need but to the climate change hoaxers. Have you ever asked yourself that question. Why is nobody selling farmland and mass? Why is waterfront property going up in value and why San Francisco one one of the most liberal cities on the planet not acknowledging in their own bond issue that they're going to be underwater in eight years? The answer is because it's not true. It's a hoax Suckers man here's another genius takeaway from last night's debate. Here's Kamala Harris. Who wants to show you all heard? Fighting Warpath Bona fide he'll get on the warpath against these Republicans. Look what I listen to this quote not in the end in the end we gotta scratch your head a little bit be like wait. What did she miss something? Check this out. I believe we have have to have the ability to not only have a nominee who can go toe to toe with Donald Trump and I have taken on Jeff Session. I've taken bill bar I've taken on Brett Cavanaugh. I know I have the ability to do that. Kamala Harris is a warrior because she's puppies as anything Jeff Sessions Bill Bar and break cabinet were conferred. Did she miss that. This is her evidence. Is Our success story. Doc where's she been is she is. She says she was sleeping in Iowa because she's so committed Iowa. Did she miss all of that. That's your successor. That's your best argument so when you lost three times Oh for three ups ran kind along today on a couple of stories. I'm sorry but it's important stuff tomorrow. I WanNa get to Matt's Palumbo. I resident fact checker. He's a report which is really good. debunking some talking points voice. That trump has deported fewer people than Obama. I'm going to get to that tomorrow. We'll also have again our don trump junior interview tomorrow with launch tomorrow afternoon in addition to our regular programming during the morning. That's not gonNA change it all. Please subscribe to our Youtube Channel. You Dot com slash Bongino at our newsletter bungee dot com slash newsletter. The BONGINO report coming. Soon don't Miss It folks. Thanks for tuning in. I'll L. C.. Audubon you just heard the Dan Bongino show. You can also Dan podcasts on Itunes soundcloud and follow Dan on twitter. Twenty four seven at Dbongino.

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MOTW #27: Strength and Fitness Icon Mark Rippetoe

The Sheepdog Project

1:29:26 hr | 1 year ago

MOTW #27: Strength and Fitness Icon Mark Rippetoe

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I can't ignore like i did when i was young when i was younger hey my pre workout was water coffee whatever i wanted i did whatever i wanna can't do that anymore right. I have to eat right your talk more about computer episodes but also needs supplements. That's a key component because i i need to make any things like fish oil for my recovery time time. I tried going to doing it on my own. I am a physician. I could figure out a bunch of all the bottles all the different things that i thought that i needed for my supplementation. My all my different multivitamins might trace minerals all that so once a week oh sorting through all these pills i had the little plastic milk containers with all the days of the week nick evening morning and evening and i'm sorta like like i'm a senior citizen here sort all my pills by day of the week. I get sick doing that. I felt like a little old lady. 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Every time you log into their website you're automatically get ten percent savings for being a mind of the warrior listener without having to do anything. You have to remember a promo code. Do your shopping and check out. Check it out today. You will be extremely happy that you did. It's changing my performance formats. It's going to change your performance to speak in a performance our guest today very happy to have him on renowned icon in the fitness community when it comes to strength and conditioning this guy as a friend of mine said this guy is on the mount rushmore a strength and conditioning. If there is one. It's name is margaret until who is mark reputa- for those few that don't know mark repetto is a world renowned expert in strength training. He's widely known in the world powerlifting as both a high level competitor senator and coach. He's published multiple books multiple scholarly articles on the subject of strength training. He's the owner of the wichita falls athletic club as well as the proprietor pride of the website starting strength dot com. He is a highly sought. After speaker and coach is extensive knowledge on the subject. People people pay top dollar to go to seminars and see him speak and we are fortunate enough to have him on the podcast today and and mark until joins us on the phone now rip. Thank you so much for giving us your time today. Welcome to mind to the warrior. Thanks mike ladd to be here a little bit of background four my listeners on on how you and i came to be in contact so what happened was everybody on the listeners to the podcast is heard me talk and <hes> and use the phrase functional fitness and i got an email from one of the listeners said hey hey doc you talk about functional fitness. I want take a look at this video and right away. I saw rips name on it. He's an icon in strength and conditioning training knew right away who it was and the title of the video was y functional training is a waste of time and i'm like oh my god. Am i telling everybody one hundred percent the wrong thing so i need to watch this video so i watched the video and very quickly i was able to determine we're one hundred percent on the same page. I was just thinking of the term functional fitness in a different way. I was assigning signing. Get a completely different definition but i agreed with everything you said in there. I was nod my head up and down a lot of what you say. It was making me laugh because it stuff that i've been saying for for years about what a lot of people are doing wrong. When it comes to fitness. Can you give a little bit of detail for for those of my listeners who have not seen the video about how you talk about. How fitness breaks down as far as strength stamina skill training. All those things sure be glad to now. This first off what we need to do is define our terms okay in and to define functional fitness. I think we'll just let them kim define it for us. The term functional is so often taken out of context do you and i the word functional means something done as an exercise or in training. We're talking about those two terms in a minute that improves your performance yes right and therefore that would improve your function in the performance functional fitness in reality the way it's used in the popular culture of of strength conditioning here in two thousand nineteen is a completely different thing entire it is <hes> it is the use of e. You've everybody. The listening dust knows what it is right. They seen the videos. It's the use of unstable surfaces and lightweights and movements that mimic nick sports performance so you might do a one legged squad while balanced on a bow sue ball with a ten pound dumbbell l. held in the opposite hand over hit for set of ten and then you get down and do a one legged squat on the other leg with the dumbbell hailed overhead in the other hand for another set of tint so you've got <hes> other several characteristics of these thanks their unilateral exercises and they're almost always limited by an unstable surface of some sort and they are now. I guess the the the primary <hes> tools involved in in and functional training dumbbells kettlebells you know in other words light weights and surfaces that make stability ability or balance the limiting factor in the amount of load that can be used in the movement pattern all right and this is what everybody means when they say functional training right right. You and i agree on that that that's that's what they're saying yes. That's what now you know. I'm i'm happy to let them have that definition of if they want to call that functional training that's that's fine. There's been this. This mostly came out of rehab from physical therapists physical therapists. <hes> have a different job than i do. My job is to get people strong physical therapists jobs to get people back to where they were before they were injured. I'm not satisfied with that because where everybody was before they were injured was probably not strong enough to keep from being being injured. I was asking wasn't most people. Most people are injured. It's a combination of bad form and not being strong enough that absolutely greg so the the premise that we're going to see this entire line of of thinking to physical therapist is deeply flood in in and in my opinion and so all of this stuff came out of rehab techniques that these guys came up with over the past twenty or thirty years which by the way don't work either as rehab right now. If i've got a quad injury on my right lague i had a torn quad muscle billy the the approach that a physical therapist i would take would be to do a very light unilateral exercise for the quad on the right leg well. I i disagree agree with that. I think we ought to do a barbell back. Squat with the greatest amount of bilateral symmetry that we can that we can produce who's in the context of that injured quad with whatever weight is necessary to provide that cemetery. Maybe the empty bar ark it might be that you're squatting 4:05 you get you hurt your quad and you go into the rehab three days later with an empty bar for three sets twenty body because the bilateral nature of that movement means that all of the other muscles involved in the squat movement pattern that are not injured are able to perform their normal function within that movement pattern uh and take the load off of the injured part of the quad but still provided enough work to tell the injured quad that we expected to heal without scar and the function of the bilateral movement is is to let the uninjured muscles handle the load that cannot be borne by the injured muscle and then we are. We're going to go up in weight the next day and we'll go up in weight the next day and then the next day and we're we're going to progressively return the the injured quad to full function over the course of a couple of weeks. Let let me ask let me ask you. This just devil's advocate <hes> say. I'm doing those movements exactly as you described him with that injured quad <hes>. Do you feel now the the natural thing from for most people to do and i know so i had in training at one point. I had an injury in one leg continued to train and subsequently ended up getting an injury in the opposite leg because and my posture was off. I was favoring. I was overloading right. You ignore the symmetry for the whole nor the symmetry so it it kind of the key to what you're saying then. Is you need to do this under some strict coaching with some form to maintain that symmetry a tree because if you just get in there and say well. I heard that i just need to keep squatting just with a lighter weight. You're gonna load that uninjured side. You're going to be twisted at the wrong. Angle your hips going to be loaded wrong. You're going to be loaded wrong so mate. Maintenance asymmetry is the key here and i can totally from a medical point of view. You add a point of view. Somebody's been injured multiple times. I can totally see the key in that. Yes and you know you don't get to just take the part by recommendation dacian that you'd like and ignore the rest of this the the the rehab movement has to be done with correct technique because the whole point of the thing is that we're taking the load off were d- loading it to the point where the injury can't be loaded without further injuring the damaged tissue and progressively return they had to its normal function but it's normal function is not in a unilateral movement so we're not going to rehab it with a unilateral movement. Can you think of anything more dangerous major aslan unstable knee than a lunge well. That's stupid. That's daf as i'm thinking about as you're saying it to me the only if you're going to say well hey all. We're gonna do is unilateral movement on one leg unless you're talking about an amputee that is going to be his leg that that really doesn't make a lot of sense and i will tell you that in in the training than i do the train the my coach coach has me. Do i do some unilateral movements. I do split leg front squats with dumbbells and but i also do regular squats. The split legs scoops front squats for me. The perception that that i get of what the value is that they've given me a little bit more stability in my knees because i of not having the advantage of the opposite limb doing that with lighter weights. It's a little bit more appropriate of coming up. Do you think that psychological on my part that i'm i'm totally off base or do you think there is any value to those all right. It's entirely psychological logical. That doesn't mean it's not what value. I just think. It's not i don't. I don't think it makes sense physiologically. If you take your squad squad from one thirty five up to four zero five you you do it with bilateral symmetry perfect perfect balanced back squat and you have gotten stronger you get in the whole all system stronger now what's involved in the back squat everything every the entire chain every it's it's higher kinetic yeah in my it's the best overall body the exerciser is it is and furthermore you are doing it standing on two legs in other words. You didn't fall all down. One of the most important aspects of barbell training is that you can fall down but you don't right so not only is bad is balanced being trained but strength is being trained in the context of of balance now back up a second to functional training their bottleneck is the balance part because standing on a basu bowl will makes it far more likely that you are going to fall if you do not do all the appropriate work that's involved in that that silly ass movement now have you done in taking your barbell back squat from one thirty to four zero five. Well balance is still a component but it's not the bottleneck right. You're training balance mhm along with strength but then you're approved of balance as you go as you had right you are but the bottleneck is the load not the balance the battle the balance goes along for the ride but the bottleneck is the load so the load is the thing that we are trying to try to approve and we understand that the balance is being improved at the same time because straight is the primary adaptation. We're trying to obtain now. We got sidetracked with his with his physical therapy. Shit <hes> functional training came out of physical therapy and that's neither here nor there air physical therapy is by large <hes> a complete waste of everybody's time and money and everybody who's ever done. I'm not breaking the news to anyone that if you went to outpatient physical therapy three times a week after your surgery what happened was just healed up okay so nope. Let's not get sidetracked with that. What we're trying to say is that strength which is obtained through this specific training for strength the squad the press the deadliest the bench rest big structural movements that use multiple joints over a long range of motion that recruit lots and lots of muscle mass under the exercise your size that allow you to lift heavier and heavier whites progressively heavier weights 'cause and accumulation of the adaptation for force production. This is the easiest way to understand this. If i take your squad up five pounds every workout for three days a week for the next three months you are subjecting your body to stress dress and that stress it among other things includes the ability to produce sufficient amounts of force to do all all fifteen of the work sense of the work rips three sets of five five pounds next time increases is is that that force production stress and every time you recover from forest production stress you are capable of producing more force and we are going to program your training for this period of time to cause a force production adaptation. We want you to be stronger because strong strength is the is the production of force against an external resistance. It's the fundamental way that we interact with our environment right now you can you can look at this any way you want to but there's there's forest production your muscles contract. They moved your skeletal components around and as a result you move through your environment you either move through the environment environment you move aspects of the environment but force production is the basis of your interaction with the environment and as a result result strength is best understood the ability to produce that for us is best understood as the primary parameter center of your physical existence right and until you're strong everything else is pretty much irrelevant now. I'm not suggesting thing that marathon guys who are competing and marathon need to change sports powerlifting. That's you know what your people along little comment on your on you to we're going to say do everybody'd be powerlifting now. Known what when i want what ripta wants is for marathon competitors to be able to squat oh maybe a hundred and thirty five pounds of body weight for satified defied. He has no reason to squat three fifteen but he's going to be a better marathon competitor if he can squats hi now looking at this looking at as a species looking at his in it from an evolutionary standpoint strength strength is the base on which you build everything else and if you think about a baby not just a human baby but all mammals. You don't see a baby baby building their cardio. They're building their strength i to sit up crawl to stand then to walk and they have to build that muscle strength. You get up to being a bipedal before you can use it often enough to get out of breath. Exactly exactly it's true you know we talk. We talked about <hes> about your opinion on rehab a little bit and i and i have some doctors and some physical therapist purpose to i know our my listeners so i know i'm going to emails from an i'll deal with that later but it's the same if you if you talk about an elderly debilitated person who is post stroke or post separatists sepsis. They've been bed ridden for months. We don't say all right. First thing we're going to do is put you on the echo bike and we need to get your five mile aalto right where it was man. What do we do. We give them a walker walker and you go down to the nurses station in back. That's the first thing you do is you get in your appropriate. Muscles muscles your your all your rectors back in everything to hold your axial skeleton straight and your building your strength and and one of the things that really struck tuck me and your video and i don't want if you're in a direction you wanna go than just blow me off and go in that direction but when you talk about the relationship between strength being kind of that base pillar of the pyramid stamina being a separate thing and then trading and skill being another thing and that's one of the things i loved about the videos i thought you you were extremely accurate in you. In the way you kind of mapped out the way those things progress especially as not all of them are completely straight line right. Some of them are are fluctuations as they go well. Let's let's let me just introduced the terms that i use just for these kinds of physical adaptations and <hes> and we will <hes> we'll take it from there all right i in terms of what we call a performance performance performance is the expression of your physical capacity and this could be at a baseball game it could be at the olympics it could be an arbitrary period of of of of time place in time during which you are going to demonstrate what you can do okay now for seventy ninety five year old woman who is recovering from a stroke the performance will be the day. She gets to go home right okay. The performance is what we're concerned about. Okay there are two aspects this begs to the preparation for a performance that must be paid attention to the first thing that we talk about <music> out is training and training is the accumulation of physiologic adaptation that makes the performance <hes> easier better than improve the performance and the training the nature of the training is going to be exquisitely dependent on the performance but not in a way that the functional training people think right strength is an extremely important adaptation for most sports and and training for strength involves the accumulation of a response to stress and that stress is a forest production stress and already mentioned. We we come in three days a week. We had five pound squat and squad goes up over time and you trump right now. If your performance is twenty six point two miles down the accumulation of the physiologic <unk> physiologic adaptation that you want is going to be an endurance adaptation asia and the accumulation of that endurance adaptation is the same basic process as is the accumulation of strength adaptation you challenge the adaptation with the stress that depends on that type of adaptation and you recover from the stress and you adapt now in the in the case of endurance versus strength. Those two adaptations are completely different a strength adaptation structural. You're building muscle. You have to grow muscle your bones get denser and harder the connected tissue respond to this strength training the forest production stress by getting thicker and and more resistant to to damage damage and stephanie. If someone is oh for your psychological adaptations different even endurance adaptation in contrast largely is chemical we we looked for metabolic changes in the tissue. That's already there right right so that the two adaptations are fundamentally different but the process of training those adaptations is the same you apply. I stress to the body that challenges the current level of adaptation and the body responds to that stress through recovery from the stress and subsequent adaptation to the higher level of stress in other words. The stress accumulates an adaptation because what we do is we program our training to to apply by a brand new level of stress every time a little bit more wait a little bit longer distance a little bit higher level of intensity of some sort and in the process of recovering from stress application an adaptation occurs now. You have to a careful with that stress application. It'd be careful to not apply a stress. The body cannot recover from so the magnitude of the stress has to be carefully tailored right the to the level of adaptation that you are in right now but nonetheless the process is the same okay now. Here's the part that that people don't seem to understand if i'm gonna make your squad go up from two hundred pounds to five hundred pounds. I don't have to to make the squad go up. I don't have to train the squad using the same stance that you're going to use when you come off the offensive line and football coaches don't seem to understand this. If if you're squat goes up from two hundred to five hundred guess what you're stronger whatever stay at you wanna use strong. So how do we choose the stance. We're going to choose for the squat we choose the one that allows us to most effectively squad more weight so that the the strength training looks like what strength training should should look like not what the application of the strength is going to look the application of strength occurs during during the process that we call practice and practice is the repetitive execution of movement patterns arms that depend on accuracy and precision they must they are quite specific to the performance whereas training is not specific to performance practice is specific to performance because it improves. Who's the parameter called. Skill skill is the result practice and accumulated physiologic adaptation is the result of training they are two separate components that compose an improvement in physical performance and they're they're completely separate so when you when you say stamina stamina is a is a function of both training and practice. Let's say you're playing soccer your soccer player what should soccer her practice look like a soccer <hes> running kicking basic running me but really of all the things you're going to do in in writing is running two miles practice just going out and running two miles no if you covered in the course of practice that's a little different right is is running two miles training not not at all because you don't run onto miles on soccer game at one time you you you do you would you would learn the army. You would love the army p._t. Test by the way from jason listen i three big things you will never do income at three things you'll never do in combat and whatever but whatever you do make sure it involves a brand new contract for or somebody to build you nothing that you can sell them for a lot of money yeah. I'd that's a whole nother as a whole nother so if if if running two miles constitutes neither practice nor training for soccer. Why do well at it. You don't do it. Okay now i if i were training soccer players that the way i would train them would be dependent on their field position but i'd have i'm all of them squatting all dead lifting all of them pressing overhead and all i'm benchpress to develop strength base and then i i would have them do some sprints and the sprints would look several different ways because the sprints might very well be regarded as training in this situation depending on what time put point in the season we're doing but if at some point we are now practicing three days a week we don't need to spread because the game looks like the game and practice actes for the game provides conditioning for the game and if it doesn't provide conditioning for the game then you're not practicing for the game either you you cannot practice kicking a- ball under conditions conditions that are not the same under as those under which you'll kick the ball into performance and that those conditions are fatigue. If if you're just a brand new soccer player you gotta learn how to kick the ball but at some point you're training you have to learn to kick the ball when you're about to fall over dead from being tired taylor because that's practice for kicking the ball in a game and the strength base this is what people don't i don't understand. The strength base provides all right. Let let's let's look at it like this alright. A one rep. Max squat squat is a maximum force production event. A hundred meter sprint is a forty six are in because it takes about forty basic steps to perform a hundred meter sprint so it's it's. It's forced production against the track forty six times right in other words a one r._a._m. Squat one rip. Max squad is a maximum force production. Event and sprint is a sub maximal force production event. Marathon is a fifty five thousand are right. It's still for for sure it's still production but if you get stronger then every rep of that sub maximal r._a._m. Becomes uh-huh a smaller percentage of your absolute strength and therefore less fatiguing and less fatigue during the performance allows you to perform with greater attention to accuracy and precision this is how strength ranks figures in decem actual events and even endurance events all right this is this is what so in other words the strength it does the basic adaptation and the and depending on the bengals florida's. I've already said <hes> you may or may not need to train for endurance but practice provides an improvement in skill and and it also provides for most sports that that that are are contested on the field practice provides the conditioning necessary or most of it anyway necessary for the performance and it is a mistake to confuse these two things in for example baseball players throw the pitcher throws a hundred and fifty five gram graham baseball catcher's mitt sixty feet six inches away. What is practiced for pitching to do exactly that to do that. Movement repent in thousands of ripped right. What if you throw to. If you cut out there rip is you could if you could just ask that question again. What have you throw a two hundred gram baseball then unless you're going to play in some new japanese league that has a two hundred gram baseball. You're not you're not. You're not doing anything. They're not practicing. What you've have done is confused training and practice because when you you throw the two hundred grand baseball two hundred twenty five grand baseball what what do you think you're doing. Do you think you're improving your strength for throwing seventy. Five grams doesn't make you stronger. Okay actually what it does. Bring with with your skill is what you're you're. You're practicing throw in slow is what you're practicing is throwing slowly. Which is what what we wanna do. Practice must be absolutely and completely specific to the performance whereas training must provide ride the general physiologic adaptation that the performance requires and the best way to train is the way that produces uses that adaptation and very seldom will look like the event being performed so i think this this this two factor model of training we developed. I think it explains a lot of things sir. It completely explains why functional training is a complete waste of time because it's neither training nor practice right right. It's <hes> and you you gave that same analogy in the video. Talking about weighted ed balls waited bats things in that nature and as as far back as i can remember i have cringed every time i've seen seen somebody put on ankle weights or wrist weights tonight thing. It's just it's just you know i mean the manufacturer acura made him and he wants to sell them sure and he wants you to buy them so he's conceal your stupid. Bullshit that that that's just not true all right you you just have to think about this for just a second in think of these things in this context <hes> if you are practicing practicing swinging a bat that is two pounds heavier than the bat you are going to swing at the baseball during the performance. Can you swing a two found heavier bad at the same speed now. No and you know the last time i watched the baseball game. The timing was kind of important here. I have and i you know i. It doesn't make any sense but yet it's done. It's done it's done anyway when you take <hes> a a d one level athlete from his football team in high school and put him on the college taint putting him in the weight room with fifty five other freaks with thirty six inch vertical jumps athletic geniuses physical physical geniuses. You take a kid like that his first day in the weight room assuming he hadn't been training in high school that boys going to squat plot to seventy five for three sets of five the first day because he's stronger than you are already because of who he is thirty six inch verticals are using more of their muscle mass already genetically. They're using more. They're moslem master stronger than we are. They have a lot of physical potential to get very very strong but instead of doing that. You decide that your job is to make him more athletic. You're gonna take a kid with a thirty six inch vertical. That was a star high school football player. You're gonna make you more athletic by doing what catching medicine balls while he's standing standing on a basu ball with a dumbbell up in the air what you're saying. Why don't you just get him stronger. Why don't you get his squat up the five fat instead of two seventy five. You know why you don't do that strength coach. You know why because you don't because you don't know how does because you don't know your job. That's why you don't because you don't know how to train him but you do know how to play games in the floor of the weight right so you having played games that display the athletic ability he brought in with the scholarship instead of taking the the opportunity to make this guy brutally strong and therefore more athletic you are wasting his time in in the team's time and his potential. That's what you're doing with functional training but i understand it's easier to coach a split squad with ten pound dumbbells than it is to actually learn how to coach this kid to a five. Oh five squat. You're you're taking the easy way out and i'm ashamed of you. Learn your job. Do it more effectively. What do you think about <hes> so some of the exercises that i think about when i think of functional fitness and my coach who designed hi. My training program started with them not long ago shaw was fifty three years old obviously somewhat past my prime most of my fitness goals now have to do with me being better at combat sports being better at jujitsu being better at kickboxing me being more durable not being injured at quite as often so he's he's designed the exercises around that and i do a lot of things that have to do you picking up atlas balls picking up sandbags throwing them over my shoulder to get kind of simulate a high crotch single leg the motion of that. I don't do a lot of things like box jumps a do a lot. I do some burps with some some box going win over the box. Things like that. A lot of combat athlete do some of the things you mentioned. I don't see a lot of them on bozu balls but i do see a lot of things that are kind of proxies for what they might have to a fight. A good example is i was watching the f._c._c. embedded video a few weeks ago with st meal chick who obviously want his belt back <hes> for daniel cornea and his coach had off an echo a bike had him doing very very odd intervals so he's doing a sustained burn on the echo bike and then as the coach would call him out. He's doing intervals that he doesn't even know how long they are might be. A five second sprint might be fifteen seconds spread and that's to simulate those times in a fight where you're going to have to get yourself out of trouble and i see the logic can that from the coaches point of view in that. It's gonna be really hard for me to simulate that with a sparring partner to get it exactly right and he's going to risk injury if i try to simulate it with sparring partner so this is a way that i can do it and kind of focus a little more on the cardio. But what do you think about exercise like that. I mean things like like obviously when i'm tending depending on how i have my hands if i'm throwing a sandbag over my shoulder i am leaning more to one side. It is a little bit more weight on one leg. What do you think about when i these are the things when i think of functional fitness. What's your what's your opinion on those. You sure sure you wanna hear this. That's why that's why i've got you here and that's as you a question how much you did live right now i have. I don't know because i i have not gonna take a wild. Guess a wild guess you deadly three fifteen could absolutely not i cannot do the three fifteen i i can add probably then let me read the neighborhood of two seventy five to eighty all right so you live to seventy five to eighty you get your dad lift up five pounds time to four fifty five what happened to the sandbag. It would get easier to throw and that's that's what i think about yeah. I think it's a waste of time to mess with the sandbag when the sandbags heavy. Let's make the sandbag lighter getting are dead lift. Well let me ask you mel again de- devil's advocate not not not trying to challenge you with my opinion but in the case of a dead lift. It's equally distributed attributed on both sides if i'm if i'm having an opponent in high cross single there's going to be he's going to be loaded more on one side and and he's gonna move because he's not going to cooperate and the sandbag does simulate that a little bit more is certainly does you're absolutely right. It does a simulated but what happens to both sides. Would you get your dad left up. Before fifty five stronger both sides gotcha brian both sides now and both sides either side is now stronger right it. It doesn't matter what side you us. Both sides are stronger and i'm you understand my point. I doesn't have you don't have to train specific to the performance. Gotcha you just get stronger and the performance takes care of itself elf through practice. If you want to consider doing the sandbag shed practice. I go along with that. That's fine. Oh could do not training sure. You're not training sure the way trains. Get your squat 4:05 your dad live to four fifty five your press your overhead press two two hundred these are all numbers that are accessible to you and if you're not doing that yet then you're you're relying on what should be regarded as practice to make you stronger when it lacks the capacity to do that understood understood you can go in and whatever you're dead lifting up to seventy five next time you go into dead lift put two eighty on the bar after you warm up and dad lifted for vibe and then go to eighty five. I just want you to go up five pounds of workout and here in about six months. Guess what happened when that doing anything more complicated than ad and five pounds. Do your dad eh every time you pull your up your strong. You gained some muscular body weight. You know your harder to push around uh-huh and down here. Here's here's the real situation by down deep in your little soul someplace. There is the realization. The blackest part of my soul wack is the real. There is the realization that the guy you don't wanna fight stronger than you hundred percent hundred and that's and i don't know what else you need to know yeah. We've we've talked. We've talked about eight will know about that. How do you get stronger wrong. Yeah well five pounds at a time with the deadly after squat depressed around any other more productive exercises the nist one double front squat doesn't make you stronger it. Can't it lacks the capacity to be loaded progressively yeah. I don't think you need to front squat at all unless you're an olympic weightlifter uplift olympic lifter you gotta front squat because that's how you get out of the bottom of the plane but why would you want to pick a version of the squad that leaves out your hamstrings than me and he said i hate. I absolutely hate the front squat because i don't like i don't like having my elbows up and my hands turned back and you don't like having your knee exposed to that much stress either but you know what you know what i do like and you're probably gonna hate. This exercise is but i like doing it. I like i like doing zurture squats lots. Just don't you know i it. Here's here's here's the hard truth care what you like. Sometimes sometimes we have to do shit we know hey that's that's an important aspect of a coach is not giving a shit right when i don't give a shit what you like to to do what i give us yet about is what makes the most adaptation happened for the most amount of muscle mass over the greatest range of motion. That's what i like and the squat does that in the front squat does not and the chargers squat does not because searchers exposure elbows close to lots of stupid stresses right. I have a buddy that i mean a crazy man that still trains with us at the gym phil anderson for for a long time feel held the north american record for the future and the steinbach five hundred pounds and you're gonna tell me that he didn't hit him at one ninety eight. No he didn't train him. He just went to the meat. Did dan scrawled right. He just did squat what you know and you have to be crazy to five hundred pounds zurcher made sense so so that and that was back about eighty nine or nineties when this took place and i don't know anybody who won ninety eight ever did a heavier merger that that set it up five hundred pounds surgery at one ninety eight. That's extremely impressive and you're just gonna have to go ahead and explain to your listeners with surgery is because no one will believe it if you so is there so for those who don't i don't know a lot of people probably google in it while we're talking about your squad. Is i walk up to the bar so instead of having the bar at the height that i'm just going to duck my head under put it behind my neck. Imagine i have the squat rack set up and i've got the bar at more or less i foy level so the kind of bottom my ribcage walk up and i'm going to scoop it up in the crook of both of my elbows with my fists up like doing the the fighting irish title type <hes> leprechaun thing so i'm going to scoop it up with the crooks my elbows and then i'm going to step back and i'm going to squat with if that bar across my elbows like that and to me again and i know and rip doesn't give a shit that i like it the reason that i like it is i feel that i'm that i'm training for probably cringing with everything. I'm saying that the way that i'm gonna grab somebody in iran and i'm like i'm used to hearing yeah i just i just disagree <hes> and you know in its two thousand nineteen and nowadays disagreement means hate read red subject this. I don't think i'd just think you're putting a lot of trips on your elbow now fielded that expert filled that lift off the floor. Yeah god just like with doing the floor doing it. You rescuing with five hundred pounds sounds amazing to me doing it off the floor. It's and i go low. Go possibly yeah. It's stupid but nonetheless nonetheless you dessert. You're is a performance think of it like that and what enables you to perform form the zurture strength training big squat right a big squat and enough pain tolerance right that you don't care that it's laying the rookie your arm. That's also trainable right right and just gigantic balls. That's what enables that the performance the stein born is a performance the squat training especially when you you approach it correctly by going up five pounds per workout sure sure that's what that's that's the best way to think. What way can i by. What exercises can i choose that i can add five pounds of workout to and there's just a few of for for example weighted. <hes> glued ham raises. You can't train those. Can you know they get up to about one hundred pounds on the bar bill but after that point you're really waltzing very close to your p._c. L. limits extremely. You know you can't training exercise. It's an exercise. It's a lack day thing if you even need to do it at all but it won't train. But how long can you get strong on the deadly fifteen year. Yeah you can add five pounds a year deadly for a very very long time you will get to the point within a few months where it won't go up five pounds per workout but at that point it'll go up five pounds a week <hes> and now you're an intermediate level training you know and then eventually you'll get to the point where you're having to add five hundred stood every month and you're an advanced lifter but people who are not lifters in competition don't ever need more complicated training than than novice her immediate training and you have to also keep in mind the fact that if you're doing impresses presses don't go up five pounds of workout for any length of time. You're going to have to get used the idea of making those go up pound and a half two pounds for working because you can't train those kinds of things at five pound intervals because the muscle mass that determines whether you lock the thing out overhead is small small and so therefore the smaller amount of muscle mass is the bottleneck and the load must be adjusted accordingly yes okay but but the primary point here is that the training support practice and both training in practice support the performance and it's the most useful useful way to analyze sports preparation that there is it it answers all of the questions and it gives you a handle on how to most productively spend your time getting ready for the performance so let me ask you this. Do you feel and you mentioned before you talk about. You know basically five exercises if somebody comes to you and they tell you what their goals roles are whether that's to play in the n._f._l. Or whatever it might be are you. Are you gonna structure. Are all workouts going to be structured pretty similar. Do you have yeah you have five goto. Yes and what are those. Those are the squad the press the dead lift the bench press and the power clean okay power snatch and we'll do some chance okay and you say the press you mean the overhead press. Yes okay gotcha standing overhead. We just call that the press the press okay anything else. It's a press when i say to you press. It's understood that you're doing a standing the overhead press and that any other version of oppressing exercise gets a qualifier. The bench press resembled misunderstood. It'd be laying down on the bench <hes> with a barbie gotcha unless i say dumbbells depressed is with a barbell gotcha. Are you an advocate for for dumbbell l. worker. Do you like to keep everything at some point much later. <hes> i see heavy dumbbell bench. Press is very a useful to intermediate advanced trainees but not to some kid who can't bench eighty five pounds. Why am i gonna put him on bills. You know he he he will be benching three fifty before he needs to worry about mentioned dumbbells light dumbbell bench press is don't do anything do things in the same way the light anything. Does it do anything if strength is the adaptation. You're trying to accumulate. Do you in your opinion. Do kettlebells have any place in in trading anything done for ten. Minutes is endurance <hes> endurance okay. You know it's it's not strength training. It's enduring gotcha. A kettle bell test is for ten minutes. It's okay right so it's endurance training so that he gets stronger swinging and eighty six pound kettle bill for ten minutes or adding five five pounds a year squat three days. A week does not complicate right. I know kettlebells popular by loves swing kettlebells room but they don't work and full range of motion and their endurance. I don't see the point unless you dislike doing kelly. Do you like doing kettlebells. Go do kettle bit. How fine with me you owe me a thing. Not one thing do you owe me. I'm just telling you that if you want to get strong not at the the exercises that you do <hes> be able to be progressively loaded right. I don't know anybody swinging being three hundred fifteen pound kettle bills right all the exercises the my coach has me do with kettlebells like you say are all exactly as you pointed wind out there all endurance. It's farms carry front rack. Kerry <hes> what's your opinion on turkish get ups. Oh i think they're probably <hes> useful in some limited way yeah but once again their performance and i the way i look at your <unk> because to me turkish get up is standing in base jujitsu waited <hes> and that's exactly the way that i look at it and i and i do my my form looks a little bit wonky for a turkish get up because i'm standing in base. I'm not doing well and you're you're fifty three and you're not as flexible as it was when you were twenty three very chan you know that that limits your technique and stuff but let me ask you another simple question question what happens the turks. Get up. If you take your deadline from two seventy five before it gets better then. Why do the fucking turkish. Why do you have the answer to everything well. That's my job yeah. That's my job especially when the answers are fairly simple right. I'm not real bright. Yeah you know but i'm also a hard headed bastard about just going along with the conventional wisdom. 'cause i thought about all this stuff and it conventional wisdom is generally speaking wrong generally speaking everywhere. It's applied it. You know that from your profession just like i know it from and strength conditioning is plagued with the the idea that variety of exercise selection is useful variable that simple idea has kept upped more people from getting stronger than any other single thing. We don't have to vary our exercise. We vary our load because it all comes back to one crucial question. What is strength. What is strength strength to production of force strength means the weight. You can lift increases. I i know that's that's. I know you read super training right. There's ninety two kinds of strikes right. Yeah yeah except except there's not accept that there's not ninety two kinds of strength. There's one st and that's the strength that you used to produce force against an external resistance when it goes up frogger yeah. I already know what your answer to. This is gonna be because like you already said you don't give a shit. What what i like what what the athlete likes. It doesn't matter badly leads to learn to like being strong yeah because my ah average listener is not a not a professional athlete. Not somebody working on state of the art facility. There's somebody doing this <music> when they can make time for it. Everybody's average listeners the same guy yeah. I don't train we all the same lucidly i would much rather avid gym full of fifty five year old real estate salesman and fifty year old nurses because you know why because they can pay their bill true. That's a better demographic to do business with. I don't care about dealing with twenty-seven-year-old powerlifters. They're all oh starving to death yeah. I don't care about that. You know you don't either. We're trying to help everybody else and this simple approach coach to to strength training and it's in its correct application across the spectrum of demographic is what i'm concerned about not not competitive lifters. I don't give a shit about better lifters and they don't give a shit about me. Just ask him so so basically you're you're saying. I don't give shit if you're bored. That's not an that's not an excuse to be chained up your shit and doing all this. Was you stuff that that is your stance ants on. Yes absolutely and i have learned to be decided with p._r. Yeah man you and you're the expert. I respect that and i and i know deep down that black is part of my soul that you're right but but but the pussy in me who wants to give up after doing that same exercise eighteen weeks in a row now you've got these really be yeah. The the the quitter in me wants variety. The quitter in me likes it when i opened up the email for my coach and hey i got a different exercise longer something new to do this week. Here's here's the here's the problem with yeah yeah all right. If you are continually deluding your training with new ways to produce reduced less force than you did previously then you're not going to get stronger and what it really boils down to is the acceptance of the idea that strength is the thing that's going to contribute the most to your combat sports and for that matter every other sport golf who which which guys on the golf course have the longest drives. I would imagine the strongest that the big guys do big tall guys and what is it about big tall guys as opposed to little short guys big tall guys. You're stronger at this once again. I'm not that smart are this is not complicated. This is just the observations of the phenomenology. This is what happened all right the guys that are the scariest on the mat for you. Are the stronger guys. The guys that you're technique nate doesn't work on because they just go and don't let you do it. They're they're the scary ones when you try. I betcha she had done work because the guy doesn't move when he when he's supposed to those are the guys that those guys that are strong saying strong guys big. You guys strong guys you know they're not i have had my ass handed to me by one hundred forty five pound black belt though it has ever yes it occurred but it occurred very quickly to <hes> yeah like lightening fast yeah right now. I'm not saying there's no this is what so much fun is dealing with people's river to your thirty year five eight in a in in a black belt the two hundred and forty five and i my response to that is well yeah right. That's my pistols for exactly. I'm not going to fight a guy like i don't know how to fight. I'm just telling you that the hundred and forty five pound guys going to have a hell of a lot more trouble with the two hundred twenty five bound strong guy than he is with another one hundred forty. Five <unk> got absolutely lower bill right absolutely that's absolutely true and and in in any any black. It's obvious it's obvious so what are we having this ridiculous argument about you. Guys just don't want to train that is they. Don't want to train right to practice and i understand there. Are you know the difference between an athlete a between a sport and a game. Here's something to think about much higher. No does the preparation have a training component. Sure is golf a game or sport y- billiards a game or sport billiards is definitely a game. Billiards is a game and away. Most people approach gulf is also a game. It's a game yeah not that there's anything wrong with playing a game. That's fine but i'm just telling telling you it's not a sport and last there is a training component and a training component requires the athlete an athlete is one who competes in the sport a training component requires the athlete to devote time to the performance that is not immediately mmediately rewarded in the same way that the performance or practice for the performance is rewarded. It's not any fun to train. I understand yeah. Are you willing to do it. Though if you're willing to do it you can. You get to be considered an athlete if you're not willing to do it. You're just playing a game same sure and it's fine while the game but no wonder why you get your ass be people that will train exactly exactly. Let me hit you with one more on my pocket theories that you can tell me i'm full of shit all right and this is what my listeners have heard before i've had ted rice on the podcast who was a fitness guy had a fitness podcast and he recently came out with a with a blog article where he talked about something that i'm sure you would agree with that. <hes> <hes> this whole concept that we've been led to believe that you have to vary your training the whole you have to keep your muscles guessing thing right yeah muscle confusion muscle confusion that that i've i've never opposite of training exactly the opposite of training and i although i i do think torch it you know you and i are a hundred percent agreement on that. There's a part of me that sees the because i know what it was like for me. When i was playing varsity football and we had we did the same lifts every strength and conditioning class and i could turn my brain off and just i do the exercise and then move onto the next exercise. I see a little bit not nothing that has to do with what i'm doing strength wise or muscular accuser but when i vary my work out i do see a little advantage in the in the neuro plasticity aspect of it in that because i'm half an engaged different part of my brain brain to do a new exercise do a different exercise and do it properly that it that it's a little bit more like what i'm going to have to do if i have have to do it in a fight because it's not just switching put my ear buds in listening today c._d._c. Turn my brain off and doing squats. It's i'm having to think from point a. to point b. to point c. at the same time. Do you think i'm foolish it. Thank you never done a p._r. Set of five squads probably not because back because i'm only because we didn't have just challenge. It's you to get your squad up to four zero. Five okay all right. Would you squad you. Take four zero five out of the rack and are going to carry that bar down to the bottom of squat and drive it up. Five times will await. You've never squatted before mike. You don't get to turn your brain rain off you. Just that's not what i'm sorry. That's not what this this is. Why thrifty and this is why john and you turn your brain offer squad if they're heavy enough you're solving different front mechanical problem every time you up a little weight. You know there's there's a there's a huge difference in the in the mechanical analysis of the lifter barbell system between in two seventy five and four hundred dollar. The center of the combined center mass of the senate center is in a different place and in a very real sense. It's a different mechanical problem. Solve every time your understand that as you as you start training right but no you don't get to turn your brain off when squad now or do anything heavy because if you are not focused this is an extremely difficult <hes> thank for people that have not done this. I understand this is a mental game. Lifting heavy weight is a is a mental title game. It's a challenging thing to remain focused on the technique that you have to display in order to get the fifth rep of of a p._r. Set of five when you're tired from the first four rips it is a it is a terribly important way to learn about focus. We're not sitting down on a machine mindlessly doing leg extensions. Remember those people who think they're doing fitness are doing they're going to anytime fitness or they're going to powerhouse or wherever it is and they're doing exactly what i described is there. I'm here to check the block. I clock and i clocked in and i'm a clock out in an hour and a half that is the difference between training can exercise. We call exer. Exercise is what you do exercise. What you do to check the box for making yourself. Feel a certain way today you come by the gym on the way home you park the car. You take your gym bag in. When you go to the locker room you put your shorts on you. Come back out you go to the dumbbell rack. You waive the dumbbells around for twenty minutes and various <hes> configurations configurations of movement then you get on the treadmill and you ran on the treadmill and watch c._n._n. For thirty minutes and then you go into back and take a sweat and asana <hes> and then you take a shower and you put your your clothes back on you go back out to the car and he got home. It's a ticket you punched for today because it made you feel a certain way. Today you burn some calories. Now you gotta breath you did a little cardio is not bad but it's not training yeah. Maybe maybe a little bit of maintenance and maintained where you are yeah. That's all you did though because if you're training a workout in the training program is valuable because of the place it fits into the process. It is a little bit more load. It is the thing that's causing you to accumulate more physiologic adaptation when you go by the gym and exercise after work. You're just doing it for the way it makes you feel today. There's no absolutely no salt. No thought for queer. I think fits into a process because there isn't a process you park the car you win. You changed your pants. You waive the dumbbells handbills around. You got hot. Sweaty tired and you came. There's not a process. There's not a longer timeframe in which any of that activity. Nobody is being examined in training. There is gotcha so if i if i showed up on your doorstep fifty three years old old and i said rip here's the thing i'm on. I want to be a brazilian jiu. Jitsu black belt <hes>. I train jiu jitsu you two to three times a week for an hour and a half at night. <hes> generally rounds are five minutes so i need to have stamina to do those. Strength is everything basically that all that's going to entail throwing other people getting thrown by other people pushing people off me squeezing people in tight choking him <hes>. How would you have me the five exercises you described. How would you have me break those down in a week days per week. How often would i be doing them and would you add had anything else to my routine well. You said that you were trained in two and a half to three hours a night three days a week. I i'm trying to to three nights a week. It's usually not tower and a half hour and a half to three nights a week. <hes> are you sparring throwing each other around yeah the the end of every engineering. It was very classes typically typically four to five rounds of sparring five minute around. Does it make you tired yeah well then. We're not doing any stamina air conditioning cordis getting stronger so that that five minutes does it make you tired. Okay what we're gonna do is we're going to. We're probably going to go two days this week your fifty three. You're doing all this other shit so i'll have you come in and and i'll have you squat. Let's say if i had my choice voice about it. I'd have you go monday and thursday. I i'd have you squat press deadliest on monday and ivy squat benchpress a deadly on thursday. I may not have you power clean. Okay i have to i i would for that. After after you got your dad's woodside whether or not we thought it was productive okay but if i were just going to get your dad lift up okay and every time you come dummying you're just gonna do those three exercises with a little more weight than last time your energy three sets of five across after a warm up for the squads three sets of five across after a warm up for the press and the bench rest and then one set of five for the deadliest every worked said is heavier than it was last time okay and you're gonna do that for several months and that's all you're gonna find out the first night what wait you can handle with correct form on all four those exercise okay and then. We're going to add a little bit to it the next time you come in. It's not gonna be exciting and it's not going to be interesting. It's not going to be <hes> new things to learn every time it's going to be doing the same things better baron okay every time it's going to be you learning how to focus when the weight gets heavy on driving your hips up out of the bottle. I'm pushing your feet into the floor for the dead. Lift on moving your hips correctly or the press and on pushing the bench correctly when you benchpress all these things have to be thought about in focused on because every time you come in. We're going up. We're going up whether you want to or not because we're training by god. We're not just inner fucking around and you're going to do that and it's gonna take you about an hour and a half to each one of these workout it and it's going to it's going to command a lot of your attention. It's not gonna involve playing games in the floor. It's not gonna involve kettlebells or dumbbells raise gonna involve major barbell exercises done repetitively with absolutely correct technique with a little bit more weight every time and the end result felt in six to eight months is a much stronger my exemption then there is right now. Okay at fifty three you can do this. You're not ninety three and even if you were ninety three you can do some version of it. That's the cool thing about this. You know we at ninety two year old ninety three year old guy up and up in michigan. It's dead lift in over two hundred pounds. Yeah damn started trying to two years ago. Uh that's awesome. He's he's pretty cool and he's real happy about this because what will happen to him is he'll get sick and die in about a week as opposed goes to a couple of years. That's the way i wanna go. I don't know about you. I wanna wait. I want to be in the house yeah around the side of the road yeah yeah. I definitely want to go quick you. Give me a lot of really good food for thought and i really appreciated this. Is i always tell people. If you wanna get free free advice on things you have your own podcast and you have people on so. I've had mike dolchai. Who's a <hes> an expert on nutrition. I've had hit. I've gotten free dietary advice from him. I've gotten free fitness advice from you. I feel very fortunate that you've come on and give me that advice well. I'm glad to do it and <hes> just as a personal offer to you. If you need anything call me really appreciate it and we're here in texas. You will tell you what you oughta. Do you ought to come up here. In december two are starting strength seminar first weekend. The december at wichita falls because you're gonna learn lots and lots and lots of things that you do appear to be very interested in and <hes> you get on our website ranked dot com. Look up seminar and look at the details of all of the stuff we talk about. It's a horrible long twenty-five our weekend again <hes> it's twelve hour days. It's a lot of lecture all five lifts performed we give you all all of the mechanical theory that we developed explained the reasons why we do them this way and it. It's an extensive exposure the method into the logic behind and no further away than you. Are you really ought to come. I really don't having excuse is basically what you're saying. I'm going to be in in fact. Be in. I don't win. This is going to air but i'm going to be in <hes> houston for the grand opening of starting straight right houston <hes> this coming saturday okay the the twenty four hours so <hes> you could drive over you know and if if you what you're what two and a half hours from houston yeah about two hours it's west houston okay so you know maybe l. c. this weekend but you're welcome up here anytime you wanna come up. If you want to come to the seminar you'll enjoy the exposure. It's a it's a a <hes> educational opportunity. The likes of which are not found anywhere in this industry. It's the most involved complicated exposure to a whole whole bunch of ideas at whole bunch of information. <hes> nothing else in the industry comes even close to and that's not my opinion. That's the people that have been and everything else in the industry and comedown so told us. I appreciate the offer and i may take you up on on one or both of those. I do know people bowl and friends in both houston and wichita falls so that might be something. I can pull off actually let me let me ask you this before we before we get out of here. What if you had to identify a fallacy or an exercise that a bunch of people do that just makes you cringe fringe and if you had if the president united states gave you the power to outlaw an exercise that nobody would ever do again. What would it be eighty. Oh probably upright row the upper because it makes it very difficult to teach correct clean. I i bitch about that every day. It's the idea debare comes up because you raised it up with your elbows is just a real problem problem. Okay so second in line. It'd be the entirety of functional training. It's fraud sure it's fraud. That's a that's a broad brush but i definitely wanted to get to get that question out there so and you mentioned your seminars coming up where people want to contact you people. You want to find out more about you. Buy your books sign up for your seminars. Where do they go. Books are on amazon and our website starting strength dot com they communicate with me on our website sues their are busy forum starting strength dot com slash forums and start strength dot com look up the forum asked me question be glad to answer it and i'm going to attest to the fact that i made contact with rip yesterday and got him on the podcast today. So if you have any doubts about will he answer your questions. The answer is one hundred percent. I think he responded to me about five minutes so i was i was you know when legitimate offers come in. Let's get this done. I don't believe in. I see no reason to ways type now. I will say that if those of you that want to ask me questions <hes> and if you send it to me in an email i'm just going to refer you to the forum. I'm not going to answer the question from one person when five thousand people can be reading the same answer so going to ask me to do that just posted on the forum. That's exactly the reason that i started reading listener emails on the podcast odd cast because about the fifth time at the same question. I figured that out the hard way as well right yeah. We all do our trip. Well thank. You been very generous with your time today. You've given me some nuggets of information that i'm going to be sharing with my fitness coach and definitely going to take a lot of what you've you've said had to heart and i hope my listeners will as well as well and i hope they go and check out your website and read your book books and some of the peer reviewed the papers that you have out there and wow just thanks this is. This has been monumental for us. I really appreciate it ov- actually calling my and <hes> we'll be in touch absolutely thank you so much. Thank you bye bye mark until everybody. I hope you guys got as much as i did. Give me a lot to think about. I'm already going to text my coach. <hes> have him listen to this. Take a look at what we're doing. See what we could be doing differently. You might not agree with everything mark said but keep in mind. He's been doing this for a very very long time. He's made this his life's work. He's published on the on the subject so definitely some of nuggets. Everybody can take away from this and i know that i certainly am <hes>. Make sure you go check out our sponsors as i said before over to strikeforce energy dot com at checkout use the promo code m. o. t. w. to save some money and also support the cut podcast. Go to ranger up dot com forward slash collections slash doc hyphen simpson use promo code m._o. T. w. one five at checkout to save on all your duct simpson gear and of course do not forget especially since we're talking about fitness go road on it dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. save that make sure that's the way you go to on it. From now on all of your supplements for your strength and fitness this needs on a dot com forward slash m. o. t. w. going to close today with a quote from mister margaret until himself who said strong people are harder to kill the weak people and more useful in general. I don't think anybody would argue with that. Tell next time everybody live life like a warrior.

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playing it right now so so i might just go ahead and play some more and i'll we'll we'll talk about on saturday sure they might do it let's do that let's do that if you want to know it's a little bit more on saturday we can really delve into the art critique okay should be fair with at the very least although you make me not wanna play any rain opinions but oh you know what here's a here's the deal i paid money so i have to play the thing yeah money's worth very least yes so i'm gonna go ahead i'm trying to play as much i'm glad i start planning online man are are streaming it because it looks like you just you ended up like me at the end i mean i've done more than maybe seco- maybe secretary at least on purpose they want you to do that but this game was making me rage and i don't do that very often and i should've known because <hes> no that's not the one i want right there all these wolfenstein ends up on awards now the new the new rebooted games did you did you can give me wolfenstein yeah four point he's telling you yes the neutral there are no nazis shit i think tarlan charlie charlie crazy twenty giving these away to fuck with excel the trial is out of the street just doors and you'll get subscription gladys subscription and your bitch and your punk so it's going to be over of double toe subscription pitch me betty boop who too but betty boop my favorite it's underrated line lies history sanzo but bouba betty boop saying the preschool stuff in the nineteen thirties choubey a lot of improv oh my god ah la ken good to see a paradise getting is here i've seen her new sketches on her twitter pitch she don't talk to me no more okay you know what he busy i'm just gonna have to thank you for the support seriously subs do help a lot we'll we'll be back into this but thank you for giving give the subs are amazing thanks so much appreciate it absolutely appreciate <hes> yeah this whole thing with the <hes> i can tell you right now man <hes> do not did you did you give me the trailer for this yeah for the one of the girls <hes> what's it called youngblood youngblood dropbox dirty oh i did have it up i'm sorry yeah i'm they give me this source you give me this batty i was being contrite playing his game right now man already is gonna get an m i i'm i'm having fun to game play but i'm in the first hour and i got to tell you some things getting my goddamn nurse with this and these are you wads righteous what's the plan finder dad and kill nazis breath so you guys assists twisters he gave me looking for something and said he was gone we can do this jess you're doing for going to the hamburger bar mother my momma freight geico mother fucking as back in the house now good mom yes great mom kills nazis to a black screaming not secure mom that's just like my mom yeah yeah man market la nazis characters in this until you that right now justin so so f- in particular the main care girls i'm not i'm really liking them i think they really like playing with a couple of like they took the brains raise a ninja turtles and put them in to like teenage girls that is you're not half wrong actually that's fairly accurate you okay dude now that'd be fair are there saying the lingo of that of this era of the eighties they are saying loudly surfers tally they bumpkins they live the middle east texas i think they're gonna talk i mean every now and then this girl is creamy as gravy or whatever but i haven't got but i'm only mentioning what i'm talking about the game play yeah you got gay play i'm okay with right now you weren't no honestly like well like i actually enjoyed the first hour because it felt like classic wolfenstein on your in it's a very linear section your invade zeppelin your plans to characters introducing you to this new eighties alternate timeline the nazis are still in continental europe cool stuff but but it's later on in the game that you really start to see a lot of the issues how they just changed certain gameplay elements the way you level up and upgrade yourself the way the mission structure is very difference not linear anymore it feels more kintu something like destiny things are just popping up your grind in most of the time because you need to level up to continue you want to the next story mission and stuff like that that makes it just very frustrating and very different from the previous wolfenstein games which what we're kind of refreshing because we don't often get a lot of single player focus first person shooters anymore it's a rarity mostly always multiple focused or co op and this is the first time the wolfenstein series of rebooted wolfenstein censors of has gone in that direction and it's just it's just not really enjoyable and the more i played it the more i just i just found myself just beating my head against the wall all these things that is preventing you from just playing that that single player focused linear expansion i love so much it's it's it's it's kind of a mess we'll elaborate on yeah well i'm the part where feels like classic you still are because although unlike the girls that much it really i do you liked girls actually and that's where we differ near you know what maybe i will like about this just shut the fuck up really i'm waiting for one onto say cowabunga dude they gotta get close to a lot but i even like you know again too much by looked at report they have because they reference like a book series they they really love like hardie ladyboys and then make those kinds of references like you know what i really liked that kind of dynamic they have where sometimes they don't get along but then when they're mad at each other they stay referenced the book and they're like okay i think it's kind kinda cute the relationship is one of the few times where it's like you see that some you know the these video games even if it's something like this they really need writers man is not great i agree with you in this regard is that this is the the weakest written wolfenstein game because there's not a love story here because of the fact that it has a lot of the live service type stuff that we seeing games like anthem or destiny or stuff like even like the division and that's like it's so opposite of what we've experienced from the new wolfenstein yeah that's too bad because i'm actually have jesus the classic big doesn't give a damn those those legs anymore like i ain't nice as much as the next person but somebody should i'm just like man took his legs and took out his head legs they just don't want to have to get up it's like hey wait a minute run out awesome stood up saw that'd be funny i'm actually joined but i'm in the first hour i don't get stuff so we'll see i'm just is worth plan on a stream no the my chat a lot more fun because they they kind of went into my frustration they made it they made an increase over time i see so let me go and cut got this magazine dinsdale is gone i think is fine shut up all right let me z. turn the 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to show tell a joke that he stopped the show still to this day it's a presence it's like a spectre that's hanging over the studio as we speaking on issue is lear like fungus part stench oh did you ever see this video do cussing kermit the frog i know that sounds hilarious that's what made me komo t._j. start cutting up it's a million i'm sure i'm i don't know if this guy's mill vs i think that'd be joking around just trying to get attention it looked like his caretakers left the house and let the computer on record the crazy shit he he's got this thing against kermit he calls kermit he says <hes> you called kermit crispy cream ads for maybe sense crispy extremists he said his maize soya is enough are seventy-one is highway crispy cream yeah a lot of stuff though yeah let me see you yeah i mean he wrote he wrote a song called kermit's the bitch the town to good use illness speaks truth ah i might not be able to find it they might they might have taken it down oh no so it's recent i've never heard of this thing but it's it's it's actually oh okay yes they might man i wish i could find too macho help us out yeah somebody can find i played this a long time tom stupid green veg he calls jesus pitch asked frog yeah i guess oh here it is gonna hail kermit yeah from deir ez ready let me see here i think they put it on another website okay was he a big sesame street fan because currently it didn't car to those are the best ones how old is this this is this site for years ago oh man mike two thousand made a whole website dee rees members when i need to put a deer easy okay the kermit this has saga yes kermit d risi how'd you wander into this day somebody madison open of course on notice call utah may not make any sense so the frog diz call own debt copter bath relevant to any okay is not relevant to end it let me see here there it is dear easy own debt it contraband kermit the frog disc yeah he's yeah yeah n._s. one liberal thing it is yeah you can post no bum bitch wow realist thing i wanna cut the meal but when we are means by the book of bit see this chris all right meniscus videos i'm still waiting for kermit too involved yet on monaco the on the league did you dig is not fucking nice what is left yo ass tonight as a here we go hey today in august i don't know that much about music but just really seem to have a beat word just vomit it's like it has a beat he's just not on echoes over eleven minutes he's doing this is a case for free healthcare in yemen ain't going the hours to better their the property he says goodbye don't get a hold of the commission they don't cuss out uh-huh damn this man has no one look at you l. into come in i don't know let me he he made him one call kermit's bitch let me see okay that's not even the right video kermit the frog for forty five minutes let me kermit's i'd damn bitch fucking dr book i it's got it really oh you got them lies about talk dot i don't count them as i got there and glue see youtube looking at all this other shit you'd have to watch this <hes> pity do slip through the cracks me says he's not even speaking we're blending into each other accountable initially kermit is involved in the center of the sentence it is like looking the bits so got there this go ask tho- awesome bath frog gas basser combining things that have nothing to do with each other kermit the frog crispy cream conspiracy that involved q._a. non eh yeah why do you think he went crazy mexican those the truth it's thirty nine seconds in god i hope you're eh jesus i can't watch the it can we he's just i was gonna hit the camera criminally he was the <music> i'm filming number two two that's a kermit the frog as pets all dow dot i dot down on got your book gotten allies on mother fucking me he's doing this the worst thing to be doing these frustrations out he has its positive yes and bust into a room with a rival carbajal thank vincula man actually in this case i think youtube as it does to appeal multiple got them man pervez got them the best frog gas kermit it also got the you got down one okay man it's going to be okay yeah wait five minutes now you know they told me that frog over i i know what's your opinion on this what if actually what doesn't do with a puppet like this well we have gone through his window everybody's like oh we only get one part of the story that's true what does it actually guy with a puppet who's going to win every day a deer easy fuck you you're a bitch you and aren't we got beef just teasing he's an motherfucker fuck you and your mom mom they're going to believe me before you pitch black motherfucker know man racial racial do that your gas yeah see that's how at least this guy banjo omar aw i got banjo band to play in the i think we we don't have time today but we went through the whole forty five minutes i think it would makes sense yeah maybe something i saw the point i but then towards the end clicked itin playing banjo in crispy cream yeah we don't know the truth not now we never uh-huh oh my talk about stop killing the email function delivered funding squeal like a pig like miss piggy squeaky wheel aw squeal bits piggy dead eyes stare at kermit didn't say some shit and you meet me i._t._n. of beatrice with a banjo you fuck this is what happened motherfucker you know how we don't want to do in the shoe it's like one of those true crime type t._v. show you're you're playing kermit yeah well it's all blurry around you oh my oh my god come and see how it starts that's what sets them off i get trigger the truth oh please duplicated show the please dedicate a show to the entire forty minutes dessie let's say please dedicate a whole oh for you know what i you know i will maybe someday someday someday someday soon someday if somebody if somebody nobody wants us to do and they'll be there i will play the whole forty five minutes of that video just to see where this could go get your audio commentary on it yeah forty five minutes man i will okay i will i will i will watch the whole five minutes i will be there i hope he has like different like objects he brings into a skit because he got the cane so far like props profs yeah yeah well you i'm not gonna watch this whole thing now we leave the segment here let's see what happens right here i'm almost thirty minutes into it and we eh change change different dude place okay okay okay okay so there's different scenes he's cut us together obviously has the medication he's actually normal that'd be funny hello chops i just like to say that i'm very embarrassed about the kermit videos that one of his as many persons split james mcevoy so karma donkey where i just plain they don't wanna see the beast version the b b the supreme pleasure of the world <music> but data mayport oh there you go forty five minute drugs show the film say he'll just be doing impressions airtime i think kermit the video he the jumps off the roof but i'll watch elma where he commit suicide came vendor you ever see that they put push him he tries to kill himself but they stopped doing it but then they get sick and then they push him off he's too much of a hassle i heard that almost rapist anyways probably got what he deserved hey man yeah let's talk about other horse beside so we just Onto intrigued not they're stupid teenage to the map I kicked in the wherever you find out there and just did too many shrooms. That's what that wasn't that never which out there they would just highs fuck inspired Blair witch project. That's what we're talking about and Blair witch project is has a has had it had an impact on popular culture back up day in continues to this day hey to have an influence twenty years later twenty years later in popular culture now. Where do you like the movie night which no one day one day you came to blows over this meredith like the other one yeah he yeah? He likes Shitty one. No not not book shadows or anything like that. No the twenty sixteen with stuff actually happened. Oh Oh yes the witcher creatures. Oh No. I'm sorry the Shitty one looking number two Bush number leaves <music> out there but no I will give you this you know <hes> majority of people agree with me but for the ones that do do have fucked up opinions like of course I'm kidding. No I see I can see where people would like this chair because after a beat the impact packed of the Blair witch the impact of that was made because of the marketing at the time yeah revolutionary no one ever debts had done something like that yeah yeah. It really wasn't move even though I mean it's it's so popular that of course it's still going to have an influence but <hes> so popular that <hes> but at the time it was something where it really worked better in a moment I'll agree with the net yeah you know to have the whole experience with it. The home of the film and the marketing that actually made eight is outside of that but people today coming up where it's a totally different time. They're savvy. They're savvy there. You go yeah exactly people won't more more and with that. They even take it further this. It's not even just enough to watch now. We you know these dumb asses out here. We're not doing in a life. All the talk shit you know. I wish that bitch book with me. I was out there sure I'll be done by beat. That bitch is as and let at Blair witch talked to me now. That's where this company say. Okay you WANNA talk about. It gets a dog going out there. You had a friend with you. That's can you get your dog going out in the woods and and talk to yourself Jeez oh she he she heard about me <hes> they got trailer out for the game play which I'll saw some of it. We'll watch a trailer yeah I do. I'm you're going to hear what you have say about this man as we all know that you know a lot of times video game adaptations of movies don't always work but this is. This is came a long time ago so I would hope hope that if if that confident to bring this out twenty years after the original movie was out there then they must have something good they learned from him. I hope they learn learn from it. I think he'll do some yeah do something with show me monster think they do that here in the trailer for the Blair witch the game I think the show a little bit of gain clean this was going watch blood and Gore violence. Hey It's and I. I didn't think you'd call well dog. He's skittish. It's good you. How's the search going? This is no longer missing person case. You don't sound like yourself here. Okay I know it's it's it's nothing seek. Just talk to me please. You heard the legends right about the witch Alice. You sure you're doing fine jess. I swear there's something really messed up going on in these woods the fuck out yeah things are like floating towards I would say so but I must investigating. Did you see it's hard to explain memories that Jess you there. I think I'm starting to lose it. Service dress just in August thirtieth men do the walking dead now the same music from walk. The stolen loot said I sounded just the beginning portion. I gotta say man look. I've only enjoy kind of one film from the Blair witch franchise. I respect the original movie along like it was revolutionary. It was a part of the pop culture is still is even passing. You know these twenty years but one of the things always frustrating about though that that film was how it seemed nothing seems to eappen. You're just kind of rely on the atmosphere and just you're on these people but I think we're going to get to a nice middle ground for people that didn't like the movie that come out well. Now you get to experience experienced by yourself on your own horror journey and I liked that they seem to be borrowing a lot of elements from franchise like outlast more Amnesia Anisia. That's what I'm saying like the whole Camcorder Inc and I don't mind if you're barnes has worked previously and putting a whole new setting unlike outlast took place like an asylum. This was taking place in a nice wooded and you had the tapes that you're young and whatnot. Do you have any weapons in his game. Now there's no combat. There's no combat at all which which vary someone listening to this fine I like different types of war games one where it is cobb roaring oriented something like resident evil or dead's but also like to go back to the other the ones where you're completely helpless and you have to rely hiding or manipulating the environment around you still get to escape more of these games in the last five minutes. I'm running yeah. I even like how they seem to be incorporated some of the mythology from the original movies how you can't look at the witch or entities or get you right yeah so it seems to be in this <hes> when you have the camera you're able to see these things moving around but then you quickly move quickly moves like it seems to be trying to come into the world or something but then once you move out of the way they kind of evaporates a little bit cool so okay you're there'd be respectful of the mythology and what came in the movies too. I love that little bit too when he's saying I don't know what's going on. I had this stings like a goddamn cassette tape. Yeah humor is a digital video tape. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I got tons of those in the house awesome and you know what they seem to be kind of incorporating some of the imagery from the original and some from the new yeah definitely I'm looking at a best of both worlds in my opinion and as the camera moves and then you're trying to guess Davits eyesight Yeah Yeah I'm looking at things at the doing doing here like everybody remembers the hands on the wall like right there but then I think in the new one you had the structures that were kind of forming like like you see right there really like a labyrinth yeah exactly this plane with your perception of reality which they even go into that but particularly the new one where they play of time to people been out authors. We've been here for like a few hours. It's been three weeks gone crazy out there. That's why I love the boss. Maybe we'll get some more of that. In gambling you get to experience it. I I tell you what what this reminds me of. Pull this up here. What does reminds me of we talk about having no weapons weapons other than <hes> outlast L._S. allies have any weapon that none at all right? Please just the camera yeah. I play just a little bit of the first awesome Great Game Koi Goodwin. I WanNa hit shows a long time ago but it also reminds me of when you talk about like there's no weapons. It's just based on you. Find clues putting things together as implicit playing with a space in time. What does that make you think of another outlast I don't know P._T.? The Silent Hill thing yeah propose if it's GONNA start playing with space and time and you start like seeing repeat repeat is making sort of a maze you're going on a loop subtle changes. The changes yeah smart yeah. It kind of reminds me a little bit of game play like this to yeah and another thing too. It makes sense that maybe they would be the same environment so they keep the costs down so I don't mind I don't mind that I'm not even saying in that in negative way because then when the Verma changes over time it's like oh that's kind of cool. I like how I went just went through here but it's always refreshing because I think with horror games that can kind of rely on that like backtracking yeah subtle things out. The environment of this is what we need to play together on a street. Oh that'd be great yeah. I'm going to enjoy this man or games. I always play on straight yeah and we can argue about which which is better I actually I'm going to be too scared to argue that is true so I'm not gonNA argue with you. I WANNA play with somebody you there <hes> <hes> and they need to get a a which game right they already had games trilogy games. Yeah they had a they weird man impact of the the trying to solve the murder of Rumi Rooney some somebody out there dump kids volume one two and three right and to try to explain the background at the I look. I never played them. All I know is that <hes> you know how we talk about how this game takes visuals from the movies from the best parts of all these movies these games and take shit from movies man even recognize it like like I'm looking at this. You've got General Thunder Thunder Bull Ross Rawson Fu Manchu right here all my God. I don't even know what about this studying the Blair witch they capture the world. That's very Asia again. It feels very much like book. Shelves like this has almost nothing to do with what we got. The military's involved at the Asian noodle he was spooning in office cheers. It feels like a Leech Fisher something passed away while keeping maximum distance in the night alive things which which which manipulating his facial hair run to a better shooting position you like the government isn't a science exciting unless you've been hooked godly. You can't use the first aid bags to heal yourself. Uh it raises find find hidden. John Cough uses the bullet law gun shoot creature. Oh my God <music> computer say is it me control my fish already which yeah that's yeah that's weird man like the government actually this apparently the which goes back to some government experiment Asong all in all because you know every time you explain the lore with signs and always go so well for property or yeah why they broke Fu Manchu and I don't know in Goddamn resident evil. This is resident evil weapons to that rifle. You just picked up soldier holding now Delile Barn. It looks like the Nazi scientists in the many to be the most effective firearm Mendel Becca time to move on well. I have no idea I didn't play the game. As it all makes sense. Maybe the games great she's in Gameplay but I never saw those cut scenes before. Ah You remember yeah yeah you remember Confucius something which the mass thing you you see not wanting to be part of the franchise make it even better. I WanNa go weird taking all aspects of it even the game but you no what no put those two two movies teenage loss in the why and how would come with me. Maybe like a cameo in the game. I hope so AH real coming yeah I hope so I know what embracing embrace your history I embrace of racism. I wasn't even Asian voice. No you know you know he wasn't I hope in the game that does make it came. Hope you find that camera body. I'll be fine him. I'll be fine cameron that tape when you put it audio tape seal. You'll have found my hall movie a movie now. Please stay tuned as I make my porn it would be on the video. Porn is now yeah. Go ahead yeah. The net that like stereotype that game was done two thousand. Tom Stereotypes like that. Eh All right well looking forward to the Chris preorder. Now it's coming up soon yeah very so wanted. We can <hes> do a co op play when Avirgan like the guy you'd be the dog the dog I I'll lead you to your death. Yeah well fuck in Chris. He's an increase witless SMUT. You'll <music> foolish fleabag skeleton your the same voice. Oh let's see what you guys thoughts Blair witch the game or just a franchise hermits the new harassed uh-huh Corey and Horatio Aka Krizner. Let's see here waiting for the next resin evil remake to have a bunch of David David Lapan Easter eggs mutant creature away David low paying you not here to get it Mr Barton Chassis here. He's going to his four. Oh yes only for xbox. That's right. Oh it was only for experts. All wow exclusive. Oh Chris Eyre said they man it's all about the <hes> the the old gateway this like pure shit. Oh Yeah Oh yeah yeah it does skewed looks like a resonable seven combat but I mean the same perspective and same type of environment to a certain extent yeah. That's more like Louisiana Yeah swamp yeah see I'm the last person that got lost in the Blair witch woods out green tea that I was something why was Damn Sarnath would make him make sit on talk about the witch mind body up crispy cream you yeah I got ta got the woods aw come out of everything. Let us stand their whole which crispy cream take crispy cream. I got out bitch. which is lovely Mazda got you? Let's see what else we got here. Man Yeah really get the hell out of here. I'm going to at this guy in every second in every segment man relevant yeah more Martin incorporating. Thank God to everything you know. I guess crazy easy some would say that he doesn't have control. It's good no horrible horrible. I was trying to make you feel good. Okay on the COM- your mobile I won't I won't I won't patronize you do do that. Don't ever do that man now. We were talking earlier about Wolfenstein and Wolfenstein Wolfenstein. Excuse me we'll sixteen is though the mountains Silje and I like Wolfenstein Jeans Funny Wolfenstein Wolfenstein Youngblood <hes> not that great of a game you played to the end end finished. It and he said that that was actually had hoped for me too yeah. I didn't so now that that's out the way and it condemn seems to be a disappointment for you. You said that the saving grace hopefully might be this game right here control which has been talked about a lot this year yeah <hes> this is <hes> this is <hes> remedies new game who the makers of Alan wake and the original to Max Payne Games they didn't know the game called quantum break which kind of incorporated lot television live action concedes. It's kind of a kind of a failed experiments. They did some different remedy because they never tried to make the same game twice <hes> they always trying to improve on their projects and making taking their games more cinematic you know in a way they're kind of <hes> someone naughty dog kind of like a lesser naughty dog but they always want to explore like new story which I think is fun well with this. We already had some gameplay images out there to show you almost just kind of you know proof of concept of the art. That's yeah the setting the mood of what this world yeah exactly which in the game you're playing. I guess sort of what is the F._B._I.. Officer it's like an F._B._i.. Be I if paranormal branch that's perfect description for it yeah and so you're one out investigating paranormal shit and I think they actually hit your office at this point your <hes>. It's a so there's like a terrorist organization called the his- They've infiltrated your office in the middle of New York City and they caused the accident. That's causing all these different dimensions to open up and kind of change your world. Yeah what we saw before was a lot of game play this time they kind. I don't want to emphasize story with this with this trailer so let's go and take a look at more that story in this trailer full control be back with off further further impressions. Tell you about it dream I had last night in in my dream the his had broken free of this prison this House I many people thought it was horrifying but also many people wanted to to welcome the his- funny that's all I can remember of that dream. This is an ordinary resolve about the name girl from got one exclusive for Xbox and now we got one of the P._S.. Four right then both Kinda hard helmets to them exactly less fajar right here complete with a creepy janitors Darren which looks like any janitor hallway in the middle of the night. I took the job I love show. GotTa clean the shadow fly like it. You have the the one bald guy doing his best billion pressure from stranger things yea. We built it for you pretty much the same like it. They'll very very very uneasy tone. God will got to ask You <hes> what let me say move up a little bit <hes>. What movie does this remind you of anything? Come to mind immediately. Not I'll tell you but I just thought something might jump out at you. Not It looks like this is heavily influenced influence being at the plane with physics and turned everything topsy turvy and around all I like that yeah looks like a lot of <music> elements in here if you look at the like even the furniture the carpet and stuff that looks like inception danger frame to yeah yeah like that right. There reminds me very much trading the dreams yeah now. It's reacting around you that they were they actually were heavily influenced lives. Ronnie has has never backed away from <hes> saying that they had been influenced by various different media. Alan wake was heavily inspired by X. Files Twenties. They said specifically in quantum break is like any kind of thriller. You might see on Lakes C._B._S.. A._B._C. and this I think it's the same case yeah this this X. files vied inception and I think that's fine but then going into the weird type of things you see like in dreams like it's utterly went so far they'd like it's very controlled environment. These are humans making these dreams and they felt realistic whereas here you're going to different dimensions of things you're seeing like Hulu title of crafting monster which I love I love when you go in and bodies afloat and everywhere. I know Oh you didn't play this game but inside we saw various experiments around you platform the platform you just like saw like people like hanging from things or like these lifeless bodies are just just kind of saying like very Zombie like we're like failed experiments and things I always really liked that about the game so now seems like a three d environment and you know this thing like my my z. Look the zombies from last fungus monster yeah yeah I think it's very imagine it's kind kind of a remedy after the failure of quantum break how was just felt really generic C._B._S.. Thriller some on T._N._T.. Now the getting back to the weird stuff that they excelled so much in like with something like Alan wake and even Max Payne to a certain extent which is like a kind of a Oh my gosh to classic noir movies but these Games are getting like movies now where they have big release seasons <hes> and the reason I'm asking this is because do you think video games starting to do this where you enter like these seasons where it's the games that people think are going to be the big. The biggest successes are released around that time I ask you particularly about this because is August now because movies are something like that blockbusters everyday now you know there's no no more like slow season except for maybe January <hes> with this you know this is August released. The you think <hes> games like that you know smaller Molla Games gains that are not going to go against the games the dumped into the season like August yeah I think I think it's very smart. There's another great example from years ago. Dying light which we both really enjoyed that game was supposed to be released in November killing season. We're going against called duty battlefield all the big triple A.. I stopped and some some first party titles that was released. January was a huge commercial success because no games released in January. Yeah August like this month is kind of bear with the exception of Control <hes> even though it's at the end of the month and just before September where you're starting to get a lot of big releases borderlands three and things gears five then also Blair witch but even then that's not gonNa have like a blue personally. No No. Let's go. They are going to be sleeper games. I think which is smart remedies not on the same you know <hes> you know the playing ground with a number like rock steady or any of you know or a blizzard or something like that. This is a very smart strategy released during this time it's GonNa be. I've been going to be a smaller games yeah. This is going to be a full price game. Oh definitely yeah that would be a sixty dollars sixty dollars in single player focus too nice which is what I want right now yes. That's the one I'm really looking forward to say. Let's switch it up a little bit. If you don't Know Me Rushing Hill okay I cannot rush rush. I must go and talk to the people the people the chat the chat the people that make us guys sticking of Control clicker are if they have anything they WANNA talk about with us anything. They want to bring up at all any topics that we haven't seen miss any questions. You guys have please just feel free to throw them. All away. Got a correction here <hes> from G._T.. Grim control isn't a P._S.. Four exclusive this is going to be released all the consoles. It is okay or at least xbox one and P._S.. Where I imagine P._C.? I don't know about Nintendo switch. Oh yes sorry about the young stupid correction stupid. Johny of the boys listen we maybe we'll look at this trail if you want us to. Maybe do a little while but <hes> the lighthouse but we talked about the Irishman on site. That's what I'm telling you man. You Miss Something over here. Check it out. Go over to go to double toasted dot com anything anything they didn't do on this show probably did over there or you can see Uncanny Valley Robert Deniro Yeah. They'll put all that C._G.. Makeup on let me see you got anything else in different people P._C.. Any other question guys team and good to see you. Control looks awesome. There's been rumors that Sony might actually acquire remedy mighty entertainment. Hey guys have you heard making a T._v.. Show based on the War Hammer Forty K universe familiar with that <hes> the game. I know okay well. I think it was I think a role playing game. Okay Yeah War hammers a role playing game. I don't do a whole lot of physical roleplaying games so I don't I I don't I can I can tell you it's a table top. Tabletop figurines people play. You know you always see people painting a little that was the ones okay yeah those in as a nurse Shit. I've seen him all the lighthouse yeah well. Maybe watch it man. Maybe we'll watch it. Yeah are Patterson's latest so somebody found the elmo clip that you were talking about. Yeah Man's hilarious. This one might be more. Is this quick yeah. This is one oh yeah. That's a minute nineteen. That's easy to Emma where your parents. I'm Oh it's okay if you don't apparent hey you know what I have a good idea. I had this guy pretending he's my dad and he's coming over. Maybe he can be your dad launched at the beginning of elmo porn what I'm familiar with yeah they're multiple ones. What the hell you will the elmo doing cocaine and then trying to kill himself and then other porn? Let you do whatever you went. I'm not of age fifty in at least twenty five. Oh one of the more recent up puppets to the sesame street Google's testing a paid subscription service for games on the play store. I don't know anything about that. Everyone's Tomlin says how about eight bit crumbs t shirt on D._T.. Merch I I don't see anything wrong with that. People have if there is a audience for it and they would like to buy it. I'll tell you what liberal lit a Robo Puppet Corey coming here and then we'll think about that then yeah it ain't Mascot I. I'm brother was telling me about the lighthouse a month ago and I told him <hes> I should get a shirt made saying we have the Green Goblin Amblin in Batman. How can we fail? Don't wear their shirts. No don't don't don't I'm giving you some good. I'm doing this because I love you. Don't you don't do that. You thought it sounds funny. said it out loud much care because we care about you man. Maybe this'll work work kermit falling off the roof. You WanNa see you want this one. Okay okay. This better be good. It's been that turned like Elommal shitting on them all right listen. I love you. Come on about this. I can see why the guy so angry all the time much. This guy was just doing a street model business. What made it plain one two minute videos that were shit that what that what you you don't love about that every time we bring back something something new fresh something less than five minutes in hope us? Let's let's let's let's keep it to this. No no no no no elmo porn kermit suicides. You can't top that then. Don't even bother they wanNA know Biz the video transition this is talking to a girl and then he cites the only thing that will make that real people actually thought that somebody was committed to tell you that woman she actually thinks it actually makes it gets funnier to keep watching over time you'll watch them multiple times and hammered with tickle them. Oh Oh you went to the sunken place and states states trying to break out. He'll swim. Get out well. Hey Man I got some put us in a good mood marina good move yeah on put you in a better mood. Okay sorry I got some put you in a better mood. How about the beautiful Lupita Myung Acre yes talented and beautiful and some people say you know I? I like looking at this one right here. You know the thing that we what I like about her. Man is that every time we've seen her is like you say she's been beautiful. Gorgeous strong wrong until now you. That's the thing I like about her. So much is that she is willing to take on so how many different roles I mean. She'll do it a period piece drama this. You'll be in a superhero film. She'll play a C._G._I.. Character she'll do a horror comedy. It's like yeah that's that's a really good a catalog of films on your this is actually her. I guess in the Davis store the snuck them they got Davis Perm and then that's not come out from acting yes yeah. I decided this is the first time I've seen her like hey that's not to be able to dave is a little scarce. Little take conned apparently is not forever now. What you're looking at now you not this is this is not from some some some Paparazzi pictures on some shockers out on the street about to be attacked buzz? I'm white power due to something. No No it's from a movie called a little monsters coming out November fifteen. Mark actually saw this at south by south by South West he said was it was a pretty good. It's got here and I want to let you know that because was what is this about <hes> well the reason why two girls look we see her. Go against a lot of things Christopher Herman we've seen her. Go against you know a super villains robots creatures in a log. Ah Slave mess you get into that one you know she looked like like Michael. Should it takes time uh-huh Michael. I keep forgetting you acting but yeah she got up against everything except zombies in all those of you say you know what I'm waving at one movie we get the Great Lupita certainly neon go with zombies well now. Your Day has come Zombie comedy which teams to be the something something <hes> returning again seems to be again yeah this dealer subject populace sub-genre and this is what we begin right here. It's actually not only something that we get. The first time we have zombies went wrong but some people say this is a I haven't seen it done on this level with kids. I've seen the way kids are zombies. Yes Yeah I've <music> pleasant valley in having a super fun time on our trip we still it must be something in the way yes. We'll be scared to play tag. While those people out there are ooh Oh my God. I don't give a shit. We all love kids but I have a feeling that would be me so honest the U._N.. Or on time caroline know this part of the game gene the ZOMBIES are not real. It is a bit scary was good if we stay here indefinitely. I'm not going anywhere. You're bigger idiots than I thought and I thought you were both stupidest people. I've ever met so I don't. I don't know I like I like Josh Gad but I'm so happy to see him. Get the shit knocked out out of him. He's playing a very different character. It's not the level he starts sells like Oh. He's a lovable guy saying the kids. He's he's like fuck. No He's playing the selfish selfish character yeah. My job is to keep them safe. Stay here until I get kind of behavior is unacceptable this five years old and if you can't use appropriate language with a five year old I'm going to have to ask you to attractive and we I. You're like what what's that. Oh I got caught in the middle of a giant fight. Don't take K. Right <music> man. This is everything that I want and <hes> in a movie Man <hes> clinic and some of the stuff that they got in here because I love this. Josh Gad is actually crack trailer. ooh God what am I gonNa. Mascots Zombie mascots man you WanNa reminds me up just thinking about right now dead rising to a certain extent all right yeah things into certain extent. Take care of that yeah man having having take this whole this whole big. What do you call it a games escort mass taking care of these? That's what this is going. Hunan escort mission man's take care of little dumb as kids but I can see me love that shot like how specific like seemed to be framed like her kind of off to the side running out there screaming like that. That's just so naturally funny. I've seen her do that. Typically is again very serious films. Do you like a horror comedy. That's why it works so well. Honestly it's why this trailer I think puppets Zombie puppets man with you. Hello Generic Floor Guy. He's like the fourth tier Hemsworth he's one of the other brothers that another joke they actually breeding cloning the cloning he was the last of the slime in the VAT today just scoop together and woman to a man. I love it because you know he's GonNa. This is GonNa try got a shooting. It's not going to get better something. Honestly this is why I think. The trailer works well because some new thanks again. You have like a classic kids. You're casting actors who normally are in this type of film. It's very different than most recent trailer which was a Zombie can be comedy which is just felt so banal so generic and despite having not seen it for ten years. It's like God we're just seeing this again. Zombie land it right. Oh my policies little elvis. Is it near the tiny for mind like acute me too so no yeah. That's a Zombie Lynn double tap right there. I love the first chromebook doc natural left a really bad impression with me. I didn't hate it but I was listening to like it. Looks like doesn't look very much different from the first one and say yeah and the things that they do different on really make much much difference to me on zombies and different way up in different costumes. You're seeing of alternate versions of them. Well that's that's somebody told me that that was a take off of Shaun of the dead but at least showing the dead it lasted for like what a half a minute yeah they just said hello to each other and they pass each other by this one looks more like like <hes> hopefully sean the net. It feels like China the Din and not like it's the repeat because you know what we see it. All these movies all love where the Zombie Land Shaun of the dead are what what we just saw we everyone needs is killing zombies at some <hes> trying to kill zombies and some creative a funny way so that's cool fine. Whatever what are you GonNa do outside side of that? <hes> you know really GonNa come down on your characters. Yeah yeah the characters the actors you're casting and a different type of scenario. I think yeah exactly exactly that's what this looks like like you said is giving us more than just creative killing routine Zombie jokes. Yeah I totally agree with you in that nothing else just seeing a couple of people that we see all the time plan something different. That's why it's so refreshing. I love to kill some of those kids. You see Josh Gad eating the face of yeah he was already dead but still it's like wow but the fact that they're even taking it there. I guess I guess I was one of the kids. Yeah you're right. That's the same outfits to. That's the first time it's yeah I guess guess he did get a pretty bad <hes>. That's another thing you know we get see. Josh Gatty kids never seen that before. He doesn't in real life life with not but that's that's I think having a a movie and I hope that if they don't play it up I mean it's going to be a comedy and most most of them. Yeah we know very graphic and gory horse segments had even though we're going to be laughing laughing and having a good time. I think he's going to be something where these yeah. It's GonNa be a little more intense having kids this time so yeah to take care of. I'm absolutely this is an Australian film so that's comedy. Though I mean people die all the time so the most dangerous cotton in the world zombies actual real that'd be the last and you have to worry about true saltwater crocodiles I os and snakes and spiders spiders the size of Great Danes and he's got them Freddie Krueger kangaroos doors watching you yeah yeah man yeah. I wonder what kind of releases is going to get man. Being Innocent Australians film <hes> now didn't they say this. This is releasing in. They said the release date there was a September which again is or no no no no the November I think I think it was November so that's good yes. I think it's I think it's been Basel Museum confidence and yeah I I agree that might be kind of of a sporadic release Australia countries but then again I mean when I saw <hes> <hes> Soshanguve the dead Talk Shana the deal was going to be like a really small movie than go to quaffing like a small an amazing film. Yeah those are GONNA quality disappear ended of being a culture phenomenon true but didn't make any money was first in theaters. It was like on d._V._D.. And V._O._D.. Television that's when it really caught on what did it so might see something with this and which just fine yeah you always want to try new things to do better because it was okay. He said it wasn't great wasn't great. He said he said but it is Martin comedy subject to Yeah Yeah. It has Martin on me like this is just one person one person in comedy is very subjective and I will say the only thing about this film as cool as it seems it is coming on the heels of the in. We're saying how we seen people in here. We haven't seen before even with the kids kids in here. We have some variations of this were they. Comedies are actual Harb Zombie movies of dramatic Zombie Properties <hes> so as no. I think that's the one thing thing that's still zombies. ZOMBIES have actually thrive longer than I thought that they would always say that Oh the genres dying and everything even like ten years ago they're saying Oh yeah the walking dead. They're going to try to do it but it's probably the number the quality at least some some Zombie properties are always good like the walking dead but people are always doing fun stuff with zombies all these in films television Comics Video Games. Yeah that'd be alive for a very very long time so says Christopher juicy her though says the juice is spoken well. We'll see we'll find out yeah. I'm looking forward to seeing yeah. I thought the great impression zombies many become like a say this all the time uh you know to the net it's not because this is for the naysayers. It's random courses like man. It's just like where wolves vampires now. They're part of like a Har- lower yeah part of our culture there so iconic that they're always going to exist. Take on different forms every once in a while but you go there you go. Let's see we got left or anyone talk Herbert <hes>. I'm talking about this man right here. You know the day that a Disney went and bought Fox is mainly he pulo Dipa what about me. They're not going to walk by the not GonNa want me like money they they don't they don't like the rate at our so everybody's wondering what's going to happen. Paul deadpool man in the what's going to happen poor deadpool now not at that at the mass has taken over make some money. What's Diphu WANNA do at the mouse to go over what what happened? fucking motherfucker belongs to me exactly what he said. I think so now get to work. What do you got to hear? They never get something. I love this twisted just bi polar Zuber in like Saudi happy disgusting things things ever. How are your kids? Don't give a fuck. Show me what profits me them. Kids kids got so we're GONNA do adept well fuck. I ooh no excuse ooh yeah. What about ice cream? It's right there where you're oh yeah what about you. You're probably thinking this was a superhero movie. If you put that guy in the suit just turned that other guy into fucking Kebab surprise this is a different kind of superhero story to tell it right. We gotta take you back before I squeeze this acid spandex. Mr Wilson you've recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer can fight this. What if I told you we can cure sure you and give you abilities most men only dream of Mukisa to as long as you keep it P._G.? Thirteen I don't know man now. Let's get into <hes> because there was a did you send me that picture that Diagram I did this is released on a Ryan Reynolds. <hes> twitter page it is it was the anniversary of the deadpool leak of that infamous footage which was test footage initially shown the Fox years ago like five years seven yeah yeah and then someone had leaked it probably Ryan Reynolds or the director Tim Miller one of the writers and because that got such a claim that people loved it then Fox eventually green deputy film which yeah and then I guess he's still trying to solve the secret of the Nicorette here that's right and you see a few people blonde here of course like the director Tim Miller Hugh Jackman of course but then white betty wise. Let's not forget betty white because he has a sexual attraction N._B._A.. Arthur and who doesn't doesn't know she's beautiful woman but then you see some other a big goal house with what's on here. I'm thirsty. I'm thirsty from Abedi Face. We gotta go well. You tell me who you got to see but there's intersect with receives some pictures on here that stands out we see a picture TYCO teeny. We see see a picture of some of the Russo Brothers on here so I think what's going to happen as deadpool is going to be introduced into the right bottom center bottom center him yeah. That's like what she says his name right there. That is the Texas for take a look at bitty Michigan. Yeah can't stop bitty. Is there in some. I guess that's the indication rate. They're looking at Tarawa Kita T._d.. Some of the Russo's what about the old school Baraka Pool as he was once called Yeah I guess is having a Russo brothers in there and having a Tikal with T._d.. <hes> I guess they're saying that you know these hints that he will be pulled into. 'em Simpson you. Yeah and I think it makes sense. I I didn't expect him to be like announced. I <hes> part of their their COMECON face for type thing I do. I think there's going to be a lot of projects that they'd even revealed are going to be infant particularly towards the ooh but so this this to me it's just a subtle sly confirmation that debt was going to be incorporated into it and based based on comments that are himself has said that we looked at what Fox did with the success of already deadpool and that's something that we're interested in at least continuing doing paraphrasing of course but I think that's a good sign that of all the properties that needs to be routed. Are I think deadpool should be calibrated are so. How do you think they'll do it? I think they'll just ah it'll be that Meta commentary. He makes breaking the fourth wall. He's been bought by New Corporation and I'm just playing around this universe. I wouldn't be surprised if you had seen him coming going back in the past asking how maybe he interacted with somebody you get like an actor coming up for a cameo or like he's in the background doing some of the most infamous when people have been saying in endgame when Thor when he's fat the war and who's playing a fortnight and that's him on the on playing the game new master sixty. That's him in the juice the M._C._i.. It'll be very very natural. He's he's just want to do because it doesn't matter it doesn't matter that he's a mutant or part of the X. men or that universe he he is beyond all that kind stop well. How do you keep it rated R.? I think you just hit you have the same tone you had the same jokes and you have them just kind of the M._c.. His his playground but that's what you do oh this is from the mouse's mount in we are not going to be doing any rated R. Properties. I think they're gonNA make an exception with debts. So you'd think Disney's is going to act. They're going to have the Disney name the marvel logo while the marvel locals already on Diphu Anyway Yeah but you think that Disney names because the Nagano put on Disney Disney plus. They said that is specifically. You know if nothing else a P._G.. To the most heart P._G.. Thirteen where they go. I don't know <hes> if even go there so you think that Disney is actually going to release deadpool on the Disney name as is no changes just no no creation of another another studio name or anything. I think that this is going to be the exception. The exception to the rule. Everything else is going to be P._G.. Thirteen but I think you you can't you can't have already given people something that is what they wanted for so long and then take it away be huge backlash but let's you do something very creative with if you get really Meta where he's like. I realized I've been bought with bought by Disney and I can't swear anymore and he goes on an adventure. The finally do all the Raunchy and crazy thing that used to be able to. Maybe you could sell out that way but I think you're taking a risk by taking away. Some people have already been accustomed to. I mean they already because that's what this was man. It was an experiment when they released once upon a dip Diphu to see how it performed P._G.. Thirteen right before Christmas a good guy in rag is coming to feeders is loose psychic Sir Fred. Why am I here? You're an P._G.. Thirteen version of dental filtered in the prison of childlike innocence and childlike innocence like nobody. I need you almost as much as you need only do at all me to untie you <music> once we're done. Did you see this. No I never did okay. I heard it was just the same movie game with some added scenes about ten. No it's the same movie is cut down. Obviously the Raunchy part the only problem I have with this in mind experiment I didn't I'm not crazy about this tipple the thirteen eighteen and not even the P._G.. Thirteen I'm not crazy about a diplomat too. I like it okay. I agree with you. I'm with you so some issues story wasn't great yeah. The only thing that had really going forward is <hes> you know it could get Raunchy comedy yeah the customer succeed and so you know you just they just exposed to how weak the movie was for me at the Martin pissed. Martin thought he's going to see a totally different. I didn't have six months later. It's the same movie man it's the same fucking movie didn't change. I said you didn't know that go ahead a new depth whom you thought three months they they thought they made a whole new tip of that what they said it was. Another movie took. Watch trade for this new Hoop Cook Yeah come on. I don't know what to tell you how you thought in three months they they made a whole new bit pool motion picture I deleted deleted scenes man. They can make a whole film. About what do you think the Fred savage stuff. Did you like that. At least. I thought it was funny. I told him I yeah I thought I thought I've seen some of the clips online teasers for the okay. That's pretty funny. I never saw the completed version of the film Yeah No. It's actually funny man. I bet this seeing this makes me think that is something that they're going to try. I I'll tell you this okay you and I we're going to this bitten moment. Okay Yeah we'll make it real. We won't put them. Let's do one hundred dollars hundred dollars okay one hundred dollars. I say it's going to be rated R.. You're one hundred dollars say they're gonNA make it P._G.. Thirteen okay I'll say this though all you got some caveats yes if they do make it right at our is not Disney will create another another label studio name or something to put it onto is neutral down. It's fair enough. Okay Yeah. Okay all right check. I'm guessing boy was check out there. Go right hundred dollars. You saw scholars just pure dollars. Oh He's thinking doll. Here's him Weirdo free to <music> so there's your fucking money go back. How did you say this phonetically dollars? Doll Ars Scott Damn big money leasable. We'll give you one hundred dollars Rs. It turns out cost more than one hundred in the end the transformers stealing from little girls you oh really what the Chad chat houses and candy see this it's going to because they can't just ignore everything that happened. The previous deadpool films. They're gonNA have to bring this character and his history of what he's already experienced into this issue. I'm I'm just curious to hear what the Chad has to say. Do you think it would be rated R. and do you want to see deadpool like in the Proper Universe a gentlemen's agreement namen. That's right nothing. Thank God dammit. Why let me see the last part of the show? He mysteriously edit out later. I'll go back and put the video by the way here's a doll hears. They got him. What are you thinking man saying? I'm thinking hoping are you think it'll be released under Disney's name mm-hmm you know what business I mean. The the marvel movies are released. They're not like you don't see the Disney logo show always marvel studios. I think it'll be a marvel studios film. Okay okay people wanted to. I wanted to be yeah that has been documented <hes> Herman thanks are Coleman. Thanks P._G.. Thirteen guy joy they bring back the touchstone yeah there you go. They do bring back touchstone then yes we negate. We're getting to get it was released on the touchtone Hollywood films the onto something like that then is negated. Yeah that's fine. I don't mind that but it'd be a bizarre for them to do that. You know we know this presidency you. It'll say it'll it'll say touchstone. I've seen him marble. You know something like that. That's the case is identified. Nobody's Algebra to anyone okay. I like the coach lovie referee proof hopefully but here's a something if this is a good point you're crispy cream ways crispy creams place crusade ablaze. I just met up far away. I saw K. and I saw here to say crispy cream crispy cream hopefully blade will a. b. r. but doubted but you know what deadpool ends up being rated R.. There's a chance that maybe they could do something similar blade. Do you think DIPA would come up before blade. I think it might think so. It's hard to tell me because when we went phase by phase five happened. Wouldn't it be after twenty twenty one one because that's the last film they have a short phase. Which is why I believe it's going to go on for longer guy? Liberal come up here and say in the T._v.. Shows and everything too so they actually named ten projects <hes> Kevin Fig they actually named Tan but he said that there was eleven projects actually be made invasive why there wasn't spiderman and on top of that on top of that with the instance <music> of how kind of already said that they have faced five planned out. I'm sure but what I'm thinking is that eleven film just the way that they're able to interject Jack. This kind of this Fox deals happening whenever they were designing these four. I think they're going to do this similar. Play this Shitty Photoshop. John Pretend like stevie wonder Gladys Obama as some day. Oh Man Steve wanted to smile. Why is Mars Lindley? Finally we'll put them in there with a reasonably young Wesleyan he does your Wesley Skinny. Skinny snipes trend jet new rapper. The skinny snipes good dropping soon. I've always think that Disney is first and foremost I'll give shit about these kids. They give shit about the business and I think they're smart art enough to understand that <hes> number one Ron Reynolds. Would they have to get him to back this and you want to make sure that he's just got this shit right uh-huh yeah they're going to look at the numbers of once upon it that deadpool compare that to the numbers that deadpool one into brought in and really actually fluidly it'd be like hey you know it seemed like the smarter rendition of a movie yeah it's kind of hard in that case because with pond once upon a time with that what was called it was just a re release of the they moved. Just a few extra scenes like even honest smart to catch the movie didn't make any money and they just because it's the same five million dollars. I believe they don't days I believe that if they really wanted to and they want to bring Diphu Leeann mixing man and whatnot my eyes believe it's not what I'm hoping for but my honest belief is that they still bill could do it if they want to. People come be mad at but they they they could do it in once and if you if you did this is what you said if you show hello deadpool jumping in and mixing in with <hes> past events like endgame stuff like that making jokes people don't start looking at the jokes in the in in the <hes> fourth wall breaking more than him saying fuck and blood and all that kind of stuff that's why I believe that they would take a chance with only on that on that own doing that. They would just have be very smart with the writing yes well then. That's what they need improve upon deadpool two which had an issue it's plot your your plot is as your deadpool gallivanting throughout the union net movies. We didn't know it didn't it didn't matter whether there was cursing and blood in it. <hes> deadpool two is just the story wasn't in great in Nigeria. That's all the movie ended. It didn't matter meantime fucker whatever so and I mean and if anybody can really push P._G.. Thirteen and they can still keep that ratings. is they have enough money. I know he says fuck like five times but that's okay. That's all right Hulu say once yeah no nothing you have. You have a hard P._G.. Thirteen they'll bleep them. He'd be like he wants to dip. I'd have to get to know what you can get to an ad to be spread out. You know they can't be the Kmby fucks y'all six inches apart you you know by looking at our sixteen months in but I think for Disney was doing deadpool they since Disney's attached they do at once unless they just went all out. What did you hear a lot shits yeah yeah they do that in the A._F._C.? They give a shit yeah. Don't give a fuck yeah interesting point though Yeah No. I think if I lose a bed I I definitely see where you're coming from with that and I'll happily pay you can find me. I don't give me see like the way you made me. Say That looking out for me. I appreciate it a big bag of hair. Komo Psychopath Humid here was a serial killer bullshit scalps of course we still look three full my money enough to hear sure <hes> <hes>. Let's see here just talking about C.. Kriss air quality what's upon deadpool was a theatrical recruit. You must man to our growth J._T.. Grim Watch as deadpool says fuck once uncensored but is extremely frustrated frustrated that every curse afterwards is bleeped out loud he yeah you'll see something like that. Maybe they'll play in the beginning radar. They'll do that up and he'll be like. I don't what this let me see often with daybreak. Fan Nineteen ninety-six is I'm interested if phase five introduces the young avengers like Scotland's daughter in the comics becomes a superhero name stature. Maybe we'll get iron man's daughter becoming a rescue Mrs Marble <hes> Malakand Spider man being the leader yeah who knows man that'd be fun. Shut up you NERDS I. Oh no no that'd be really cool. I think that they <hes> I think what's really exciting about face for face five inevitably as well as they're just forced to use use them even more unnamed heroes like and if anybody can do it. I think that the biggest experiment for them was they chose Guardians of the galaxy right now. That was the thing that was a test case. This is like okay we can get had this right. We can start doing all sorts of weird. Things and gardens was the first really weird thing that they had and that's how you were able to get doctor strange and that's how we're GONNA be able to get changed she in things things. Let me all sorts of things. Minorities Hispanics Indians that is true. You finally got the thing working I saw I saw I was gonna say something but <hes> -ception back got a working right. Here's the chat and so many images talk about star Lordship being coveting Aberdeen Okay Oh they did. They say that he's talking about star shipping covered in Jisr. Oh yeah he's like yeah. You have a black light in here lights up. It's like it's like Oh God. The what's the painter the Henry pollock pain in here because he has a Jackson pollock Park Jackson pollock spurn a good joke. He's got problems quilt. Do you want to take a chance with this. AMMO clip of him committed suicide. I'll give you I'll give you one more chance yet. One more chance you WANNA YOU WANNA give us a chance yeah. Let's doing higher up so at this point. If you don't all right let's go ahead and bring it up and you'll be the one to see it was it. How do you feel same dudes? This is the one the continuation okay good. We finally hitting Jack Shit Yeah. Same reaction goes home. Oh you all right. Oh man who put that up there. Who did that the happy they found it for me not person Ah who was this? Can you see them. Oh jet I jet I gammon okay judgy man when it would go with their joy joy. Joy The fake you. Oh you're you're here. Hey talking to you want to get to review. We're going to talk about now. There's been apple while we did our review mm-hmm this this past Sunday on the Sunday service. I'm double toasted we talked about we. Give you five reasons why you should watch this. Show on Amazon prime called the boy ringing endorsement from you ringing endorsement man. I said that this let me clear my throat. So you hear me clearly at really back. I said that this right now at this moment I think is the best superhero property that we have out okay and I stand by that still in my reasons wise because I thought that it was actually not only was it you know it was breaking the storytelling <hes> cycle that we get with all these you know P._g.. Thirteen and even to a certain extent are rated superhero property that we have out there sure but it also addressed better than anything else the consequences of see if superheroes out there because we know that someone will be assholes and they would be causing damage and somebody's gotta get them under control that is why I thought that this was so great and I still recommend if you haven't seen it God damnit you know why even here why am I we're doing this year. Nobody's listening to me. Let me go. I don't give a fuck. You can watch the rest of the show. Go Wash this now. Okay sit down people love soup soup out the Sky Sides Day. People love that cozy feeling skipping part of the left. He left you her memory. Yeah you go. You can just kind of still put them on you. Ah Like you love. Comic Book is actually <hes> It's interesting premises Nisa great premise yes and it's good enough to keep watching but it actually is not very well executed. I think it's it's childish as I said in this <hes> brings in a lot more maturity and drama to Amiga to hear what you have to say about it. You know it's interesting. <hes> we've had a lot of superhero films that tried to be deconstructing the Superhero myth like adaptations and a lot of them failed like I think I'm like watching it or something like that. It just didn't work when you have someone like the Warner Brothers films when we're GonNa make it darker. We're going to get into the you know the the gritty aspects of all these heroes and that filled this is the first one I think has done this superhero deconstructionist's angle right and that was because I think they add element that a lot of superhero films have not whatsoever which is what if the superheroes were corporate ties would have capitalism played a huge role head has had corrupted them when they were not so much about being heroes but being brands and what if what if the corporate power was the real power yeah he's a superpower who know exactly that's that's they remain in power our through these superheroes that are just around and how they control all aspects of the government and they use their heroes to do so. I think that's a really great angle with it and I think the other thing that really makes the series just as good as The first episode in why he's GonNa he's prepared to go to the lengths that that he goes to throughout this series and then you're introduced to a number of great care the boys themselves. It's interesting how they kind of set up Karl urban as his mentor like figure but as the series goes on you realize much. It's like the heroes they're fighting against trying to get revenge on. He's just as bad as now I go I think he he is so sadistic and I love how they over time you really start to realize any other character surrounding him realize it is some shit near the end of the series was like man. Try to different things. I'm like all right aw man yeah yeah. You did like you said now you're not doing this out of responsibility or even revenge. You just love doing this. Your murderer man you know exactly a Lotta people. The heroes of the show are murderers because that's what they're doing now. They're going up against evil people or at least very complicated and kind of call us the way the comic does it does because he he's he's a psychopath in the comic and I haven't finished. I never finished it. I read the first volume wasn't a big fan but I've done some research what he is and what he does. It's like all right. I can see kind of direction they would go on with this guy but it makes it interesting heroes and then the other supporting cast the other heroes I liked the guy that plays mother's milk. I think is very good. Frenchie who's very much much playing the character from something like Oh God what's the film with Natalie Portman Leon the professional. Oh yes very much. I feel like he's doing kind of the thing with that. Man Mother's milk the guy that plays him. He's like solve the crew. He is the sole of the group and yeah he's got a family. He's trying to get yeah. He's just he's look look. I got a kid and the founding not trying to creation but he looked he sounds like he doesn't really like him until he starts talking because mannerisms but he looks like a rooted out Denzel Washington Man I could. It's either you have the way he talks the way he's talking to you all nice quiet. Yes exactly what's cool about him. He's not like he's not loud or anything which might expect like stereotypical typical. No He's very quiet. He likes organization Richie Kamath Yeah Yeah he was like a Goddamn looney. Toon looney brother's car looney Tunes Warner Brothers Cartoon the Brothers you love him because what works about the cast is that they're all very different from each other even though they have the same goal. I think there's a lot of fun the only character and this kind of goes one negative aspect of the show though L. particularly before I move onto like the superheroes in is chemical it was introduced midway through the season as the female. I'm just she does a fine job. My only issue with her is that she's just playing a character that we see constantly in this medium and to sci fi shows in general. She's the the all powerful powerful girl or boy who is like these power. She doesn't can't really control. She doesn't know about her past. It's not even like goes on the shelves like like a stranger things we just see this repeated over and over and over again and that was to me like the weakest about aspects of the show and I've done they would jump to her and like Frenchie storyline. I was like I don't really care about this. I see this played out so many times and I know what direction is going. Look did the thing I knew I guess I liked it because reading the comic and again there's no difference to make if you haven't read the calming you just going by the show but read reading comic it again. She was used as a tool kit a Lotta shit so that they would have excuse to show you a lot of Gore got some. She's there for the Gore factor. I just think her storyline story line is is a fine job but in a series these characters made a series characters are just there to for the most part just to tell these stupid childish Jokes Wchs and kill people in the gory ways especially the Guy Frenchie French's way different than he is in the comic and the him store between him and MECO or Kim. Whatever name is actually what I like about their stories that they manage to humanize characters with their plot more than they did in the book? Oh definitely because in the comic they're all psychopaths origines and maybe the exception to Huey and I mean that's fine what they do with her and Frenchie is a storyline. I've seen repeated so often. I know exactly what is going to win that direction okay. That's why I felt Phil Generic for the most part again diverse cast on the hero side and the Superhero side is where I think the show really excels in a number of ways again bringing that corporatism that capitalism awesome with these superheroes brands and I think all this kind of perfectly represent again look look at this image ear. Eh reminds you of Zack. Snyder's justice is league and I loved it. I really do think that the filmmakers in the writers are poking fun of Wonderbra accents in what they perceive is what the people want big fuck you to them on. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. We're GONNA Take Justice League which fucked up and do what you wish you could do with. It never could take dark level that you tried to go. It's always what Zack Snyder thinks he always wanted to do. It's like I'm going to deconstruct these heroes. Make it very gritty dark but it's like you couldn't do that. They just bowed his aesthetic here Zach. You try that. This is how you doing there. Were taking your aesthetic but we're telling a really compelling story. We've interesting characters. Great actresses give great performances now out of that again. I really love the the superheroes of this world in. It's all encompassed in this one particular figure figure who I think he's the standout of the entire show and that is a anthony or Anthony Star as homeland or every time he's on screen. I always feel the tension in the room. I love that no matter really what he's doing how he's interacting with other people you just feel like the heat drop. It's just cold aw yeah. I love how he's playing that guy like he has this kind of just typical superman captain America facade speaking he basically the Fox News of superheroes so no he's just pro America agenda and if thoughts straight kids don't be that kind of stuff pretty much Fox News could fly around beat the shout at people. This is what they would do exactly but he but underneath all that and you can't control it either this guy has and this is this is a compliment to them. This is not an insult. He reminded me of Jim carrying away. He has a bit of a kind of like rubber face where he has he plays all sorts of emotions like with an instant lips l. that liberal personality speaking up. There's this one clip in the show when he's talking to like Tech Bersin and it's the kind of line Kinda sold the series. It's like where the fuck guy one and you can't. You can't even contain his his his apathy his his various psychosis hostesses there lurking behind his eyes. I love that but it's really through homeland that you understand the the corruption within this world and they'll the person some behind him which I don't think people giving her credit Elizabeth Shue who's the corporate and I'm just listening to work in man the game she's she's she's really great and I love her her relationship of homeland or and how that just continues to evolve or devolve throughout the entire series she's really nefarious various but despite that I like how for all these heroes villains if you WANNA call them you start to understand why they are the way they are. They're not just cookie cutter bad guys. I'm not actually you don't look homeland you why he's guy's an ass bitch does a mother fucker man but you know Ah. I don't feel sorry for him but here's a sympathetic level there. I understand you understand why he is the way he is and it's like okay yes that would make sense and then some of the other characters to like you have a kind of his his his number two is counterpart Queen Maeve and it's like you're doing if a hero who suffering from the effects of alcoholism and who so burnt out <unk> out that she's just like look. I WANNA say people I do but I've been doing this for so long when I hear them crying and blabbering. I just can't take the wonder woman that's that's the yeah the wonder woman character and then some other people. I think a train does a good job again like an apathetic hero who is just all about his brand and that's really all he's been about been about. He's a sociopath but you could see he is the most corporate sizable these heroes I think they do a lot of interesting things with him again under it performs and he's the inciting incident compels Q._e.. To go on this this quest zero some of the more comedic characters black no no are isn't really get a lot to do but he's just there for like jokes yeah. I think that's fine with him. You've never talked. He never talks. He's kind of like the Batman of the group the Dark Knight hopefully they'll be able to do with some more stuff with him but he's I mean you see like with well no comedic figures in this world. I think that that's Kinda Fun. <hes> the other two characters I did like <hes> the anti the actress who plays start. I think she does a great job entering into this world and seen in like again exposing what kind of the bullshit that exists in it. I think I do a lot of interesting juicing things with her. Listen with Huey is really really fun and yeah. I just thought again come to Jack Quaid's credit as an actor. I really bought the chemistry between the two of them. I thought that was really good. My only kind of other bigger ticket the show. Even though I think that actor is a good job of what he's given is the guy who plays the deep kind of awkward man of the Group. He's what kind of people like in our will perceive to be as a joke. I think a lot of the stuff that focused on with him at least later on just for like humor and it's like it feels unnecessary. He talks to fish all the time. Although I think they do a number disturbing things of him to great effect effect there's several there's two things that involve like a sexual nature to them and it's very important for certain characters and also important for him to but you didn't need to do you all the fish. I'll tell you what's going on with him and makes this cool is that they they give him the catalyst to start something in here and then he lives much with the character outdoors except except put them in positions -sition whereas like well you kind of get what you deserve to but just like just like everybody says Aquaman were. That's one thing that D._C.. got over this is that they took aquaman remained it right it didn't y'all got awkward man. y'All in our command just something just suck so bad. You just couldn't do with them even in this. That's what people before perceived of Aquaman. They saw those before he there's actually cool before before he was. This guy is completely pathetic again not everything they give him as interesting but he's given a great performance. He gives the kicks off one of the most important plot so here where yeah they chose not comfortable. I mean you see the comedy gone in there you see these bright colored suits and whatnot and they're talking about superheroes dealing with the the rate we're dealing with rape in and they get into that immediately and I liked it. They're doing those elements because Ooh I kept completely. I've heard great things about the show kept completely blind. This is actually my first exposure to hearing any reviews or anything about it and and so just hearing that it's so different is investing but if you start off with rates damn well. Let's just say the way you know you ain't gotta deal with it later on and get up and it's not it's. It's not a well not I'm not saying I'm not trying to say that. Any kind of rape is busy slide but it's it's implied in is not as it's not a violent rape the aftermath dramatic you better. Oh Yeah we love those clips. Rate Great is good. No I liked it the kind of went into that because in the comic like the first one that I read I don't know if this changes over time but that treat almost like a joke wearing the comic. It's like it's a bunch of characters that are involved with almost you bitch me the hell but no it makes sense to for them to approach in that way not make it a joke. Initially you know I mean I guess it can come to start. I was like Oh. I can't believe someone is doing this but after a while when you think about it was very disturbing and again it just showcases how messed up these corporate superheroes are and I. I just think it's really interesting. We never really seen that in a superhero property for it's been exploring comics all the time but never adaptation or at least never done and like I said is it works on so many different levels. Yes the La last year this making fun of of of the corporate back in the Superhero. Tom was making fun of the sort of the the corporate takeover of these of these <hes> these real life they can our culture our culture and how you know in a way in a way you know it just feels like some people feel like it's it's taken the life not only out of you know superhero stories and away but also kind of <hes> the ways changed entertainment completely uh-huh sure phases. I'd say you know and I think that's fine. It's also I mean really pokes fun at celebrity. I think it's just showing how people are just obsessive as always like surface level and that's all we really care about <hes>. I think handled that really well no I would you give it no that was going to say I really despite so my criticism of the show and hopefully hopefully they'll improve upon it in in in the next season this is this is really solid leaner taking it's doing something different. You got a great cast. It's great writing and that's the other thing too the budget the show I think is perfect perfect they they they have a number of coup action sequence says it's not it's not too much not. They're not flying around like something a d._c.. Or mobile but you don't need to because you're just there it makes it feel more real real so no hi. This is a solid full price from him. Yeah Watch it people got. I WANNA get into the chat. Yeah see how they feel about. Yes Hound again. Thank you for subscribing do yes. We do thank you so people love the jokes no no. There's a lot of people subjective yeah. There's a lot a lot of people who really love the character and historic. He does a good job and I guess you need a little levity there. Oh let's see what we got over here. You see anything winging their air. Moriarty initial was great air moriarty. That's the place starlight right yeah. I never seen him before anything so this is my first exposure. I thought she did a great job. She had great chemistry with <hes> Jack Way. I really bought Little Lances. Queen Maeve is fine as hell to messed up though don't get on bending people seen it was awesome. Assault script not many loopholes. I assume you mean plot holes crusader blade. Everyone else real fascinated 'cause I would. I'm I'm definitely I've a shop like Hella slammed but this is like the number one thing that I'm going to do whenever I get everything together and really excited to kind of feel for myself. It's good like I kind of binge over the course of three days three. It's only that's the other thing it's only episodes perfect amount because at the end is like I want more but that ending was very satisfying fuzzy pariah and I give you this man. He said he said it made me like Jesse Russia because my job is entering earbud about to write him off man everybody's about he's the guy from <hes> Independence Day Wednesday and shaft again when less chef baby shaft when you get someone good material. You're going to get a good performance out of them. It comes down to direction. What's written for them? It doesn't matter how great the Act G._T.. Grimsson can we season two same yeah super cool stuff I get but for those you read the book at least from that first of all I I've read of the original Comic Book Series Very Different Very different so going expecting they made a lot of changes aged especially when it comes to the end and that is and that is one thing that I guess I since I didn't watch your Komen season two and feel like Hammerton street progressing like you like the ending of season wind wasn't like oh it's going to happen you just follow conclusive in and of itself I mean they have a big thing at the end and it just it wet your appetite perfect. It made me excited. This is a mortal combat night Wolf Night Wolf. I'm trying to let me see mortal combat. I said that trailer dropbox. Are you sure not night. Let's see here. What would you give the boys? You give you a very awful yeah. I didn't give better than sex by give it very awful. I like it that Shit Ooh. Oh let me see here on your keyboard the rainbow that gives grieving Jesus okay thank you Chris just she played the girl that kill funny look funny enough but rapes in in <hes> and Jessica Jones Season One. That's who that person that starlight. I'm trying to see this trailer. Amounts it. It Wolfenstein the boys the Blair witch project shot of the day once upon a time in no more Nazis little monsters Justice League deadpool crashing control portrayed Blair which Blair witch Blair witch Blair witch. She sent ministering moods in the word document forgotten download it. We'll talk about them. Yeah we've been here for only been. You've been over two hours. Yeah it'd be a lot of show <hes> it was a good show covered a lot of diverse topics. I'd say gave them review. If somebody's is having a stroke Chrissy yeah there it is I'm trying to find a game five. ooh See foolish. 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Ma You know to stay away from a love it love it all right. Oh good times sauce the middle break all sic pain out there made. Is that the shares I can't wait until y'all got. You're going to go home neat. pepple abysmal have nightmares kermit. The worst thing you got you put into your body is usually the reason why you're having diarrhea vomiting things like that because you're by trying to expel the poison. The TEPCO BIZ is mauled keeps you which is even worse. You'll feel even worse eventually later tonight Wolf Game Play Yeah. Let's do it do it short trailer Eh WanNa thank <hes> who sent that night Wolfson complainer fatality. It was redgrave redgrave thank you. She's a trailer. Let's do here. It is your animals you were with Kaneohe. The job needed fast hands and they defiled Montauk talk on lands you. I can't say it says that I can do it now. Mr Asa Voi- thank you subscribing toes. I <music> okay. That's just embarrassed you got if you took you as a bird there was you throw a wedding Tomahawk to the head aw connotes Green Lantern Aero oh use he did aw shit. Oh He's already already right now. You're next honestly it's like it's the ripping of the flesh like you cut a guide half scrapbook right but just ripping his from Jal just because he got me with the fucking axe to the nick from that point it takes a lot of effort yeah but yeah like taking blackened like any other any other property any of the movie Jay. I'll tell you what Jason would have done Michael Mayer they just taking your John just ripped it up it just all that your gut Sir Arts exposed and I I'm big fighting game aficionado. I Love I love playing mom. That's the only one I can't really do and it's always been. It's like gorgeous like affect me like that but it's always been it's it's over gratuitous like nature built on it. I never I never fault anybody for love and I'm just like a little over the top a lot of the time they kind of overcompensate compensate that person gameplay elements just never been a fan. It's interesting that I've never been a big fighting game fan and mortal Kombat and Super Smash Bros kind of like the two exceptions for me because I thought I liked them all kinds of slower. It's got a little more like grapples and things that they tell these kind of like those things that you dislike so agree to disagree. I need like yeah. I need a bunch of colors like me. Being plan like fit present fifty different months WorldCom is real slow yeah unreal <hes> but but that's outside of that point like like you're sitting there after every match you're watching somebody get mutilated. Descends kids messed up now. It'll be one of those getting no but seriously I think the gameplay they look cool. I watched it. I did watch trailer earlier because it's going to be you. Guys are going to be have a pact Saturday egos this weekend so they're gonNA be dropping in trailers. <hes> this character was gay in terms of Gameplay. I do like a lot of his a lot of the way that they're able to link up his combos and things of that nature. They're keeping him pretty true to the character. There's nothing yeah Oh yeah they're. How can we fit? Every native American stereotypes Tomahawk Spirit Animals Eros arose scalpels met the I bet that visit scout no but I mean it looks exactly exactly like you. They put them in the West tribal fire back there. She's I mean if you look at that. I do have to give credit. It looks incredible still some. It's very beautiful game. <hes> really highlighting a lot of what what character I mean. I really do think that they're bringing in some great characters instead of just going to keep it going. I think they're doing a better job than I know that <hes> streetfighter five just dropped down three care today to they they got they fucked up and they gave her like fuck it. Let's just put what you expect and it doesn't look. It doesn't look bad great. Really I guess not. I won't say it's like it's what you'd expect act and pointed Gotcha but like nothing's really flashy. There's not really anything that's that would make me want to Boston pieces. She you know you're saying comparatively speaking like I think that this trailer at least at the very least dot me more hyper. I don't even Taymor <unk> shares up. No they always had great presentation with this game. Yeah yeah having played it. It's one of my favorites of the year daybreak fences the era. I can see Jason and other slash. It'd be like Jesus calm the fuck down and they were in the previous model Jason you'll see character alienates alien alien and Predator in Predator yeah yeah so all right that is that before we have a more combat since since they can just get any character they want. Who would you want to see in the game? Who would who would make you go chuckie? Oh really yeah I would love to see less chucky like doing all these little moves jumping over. You have fun yeah yeah. I mean despite like the thing but that's pretty that's a realistic choice one. That's been rumored not confirmed but it's like this is expected ash ash from evil you did get Bruce Campbell the voice them. There's so many creative combos you can do with his fatality could be a reference to all the films. They spun got. Why Why is speaking it? Is it with this care. I have to say that you know he he had a when originally done in the early nineties and image comics he was just like Oh. He's the he's even darker version of Venom or Batman as well these what we can't do if those characters but he's been boring forever and for some reason he has continued to exist. I just don't get it okay. What about this? Somebody chats is what about the bear from the revenue. It makes sense 'cause isn't Baronet from hand to attain the room. He rose a Leonardo DiCaprio at you the capulets out of nowhere they do this about Chris Triggered C.. Eighty Chris triggered highly demand for years. I don't get to see the mask from from what you carry the cost of wisdom to the Great John Carey in there. That's a cool one though I don't mind that at all it's difference but I can see a work. Barney aren't into the flintstones. No won't Barney House okay combat so caliber Tekken have always been willing willing to drag in some characters to be. They're digging in tech and recently I remember the trailer. They're so mad. I wasn't great but just imagine having somebody random Barney just doing something like by. Somebody's goes in for a hug. It actually felt felt. This was somebody bringing should bring Berta at the same time. It's like master blaster. I let's see yeah greatness greatness but this guy mortal combat go ah w Kirby enemies rival rivalry the battalion the waterboarding you and Petro Business the book itself. I'm not great interesting to the ring balls God confusing demon gods. This is the most confusing you win fatality by and do this anymore. Rancher forty five minutes talk to death. Oh my God oh yeah this carried by this carrot demand stereotypical typical kid he's been around forever. They would have complained. They complained years ago but they got some cool moves us all right cool the draft of the character right good that is it yeah yeah oh see charity same for we go. Oh maybe they can add spiderman on. I'm sorry shred shredded from T._N._T.. Terminated something that didn't have the yeah turtles in injustice justice. Actually I wouldn't mind. I don't care about team and T. but I think he would fit in all right. Thank you guys. Hey Fred right izzy kinds Tarlan G._T.. Grim all y'all thank you so much and we will see you guys on Saturday or topics more topics more stuff more things just Wolfensohn and we'll talk about whooping steen a little bit more. Thank you no problem swearing on a we're going to go drinking a going to school. Man Ole Smoky jazz go down there awesome melda Newark but we get down there. We're in Sudan then. Put Harvey Weinstein. We you know we're more horrified by the guys rid of someone's job skills just the jets grabbing people just taking people and just dawned on the ground subzero. Go Yeah you see it'd be like before the the Macau's become out to sea from their perspective Burma where he's walking up and then the fatality that'd be the closing their fidelity in first person they talented. 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That is so smooth. And you're welcome today. It is Wednesday first of May. We don't have to hear you got it right. I think we should vote to retire. That are we done. Actually scare came up with a different one yesterday. Backstreet boys as long as you love may be just as irritating. Go Talk to our first caller of the day it's Jordan. Hey Jordan how's it going man Jordan. Hello Hello Georgia is there someone say how to Jordan. Hello Jordan all right well okay all right so much for the first call of the day was move on okay now. We don't have a first caller of the day. You kind of through a whole day are now you have have this routine you on your cellphone. Let's go around the room and get started. A Daniel will start with you. What's going on today? A couple of people were asking me on my instagram yesterday. What the name of the miscarry was that? I had been raving about the other day and like what is it called. You need to tell us we. I can't remember so it's called bad girl bang by I benefit bad girl bang benefit. And I'm telling you it will make the shortest eyelashes seem a lot longer. It's fantastic bad thing by benefit. 'cause you Gandhi can give makeup tips no We we the guys. We don't what we say you know. What are you we and you don't use anything that anyone wants to copy? I don't know I feel like nate. Has some tips that I don't even know about serum lately. There we go into that. Maybe we'll use that in the next hour you Gandhi. What's on your mind today? Okay so you gave me something the other day that is like the gift that keeps on giving you gave gave me a book called unlearn and it's a great book. It's got so many valuable lessons in it but I was thinking like a book is one of the best present you can give someone because legitimately every time time I read something in there and I love it. I'm like oh I wonder if all of us thought about me at this part this is awesome. So thanks for the book. Did you know it's always about getting credit for the gift you've given. Yeah it's called unlearn and we grow up in this world where we learn when we're born we're cool and we're clear and and then slowly we learn bad habits bad attitudes and bad experiences. We need to learn those. It's not about learning new things only learning new things. It's also about unlearn things that we don't need the best fitting in is pointless activity fitting into sucks. What's up with you froggy? Yesterday Elvis. I had something happened. Happened to me and I know we've all been there or something. So terrible was so close to happening and I cannot get that feeling out of my mind. Luckily didn't I was within near inches of driving. My car through the front of my house was going to be one of those people. And I'm telling you I still I still. My heart is still racing thinking about how close it was to happening happening. Thank God it didn't but something bad happens and you can't get that feeling. FROGGY almost lived in a drive through. Yeah you know what we have these near death experiences you you know what I you know I. It gets going and you won't let it happen again. I bet now. Let's go to a producer. Salmon horoscopes on here producer. Sam All right join me. Hi would love to. Thanks for asking all right. Celebrity Birthdays Victoria Monet's twenty-six and Tim McGraw is fifty two `Capricorno. Your head is in the clouds continue to explore order creativity but make sure you find a healthy work balance. Your Day is a nine Aquarius. You might be in denial about a relationship played. Pay Closer attention to the advice from your friends friends and family while leaving all negativity in the Pastel your eight high-seas you have an urge to switch up your daily routine and see new places do it keep your mind open to change and a new journey may be ahead. Your date is a nine areas. New Goals have sparked your interest try spontaneous challenge and explore the possibilities. Your Gut is driving you toward your days. Nine Torres you might feel committed to activities you have no interest in any more get more involved at the events happening around you. Your Day is ten Gemini. Your surroundings have made you anxious to begin a new project. Pay attention to the creative endeavors that you've been ignoring and putting on hold your days nine cancer making connections one of your strengths. Whether you know it or not embody the confidence inside you and bring that energy to the workplace. Your Day is an eight Leo. If someone's made you feel left out of the conversation just start your own. Use Your creativity to meet new people well and share new thoughts your days attend Virgo. You might be overwhelmed by your daily tasks so don't procrastinate and don't be afraid to ask for help your day is an eight. Libra new relationships relationships are on your mind opposites attract so embrace those who might not be befriended immediately this could lead to the happiness. You've been craving days nine. Scorpio find a reason to splurge on yourself. You've been caring for your friends and family a lot lately take time for your own self care. It's important your day is a seven and Sagittarius. A surprising visits from old friends could spark inspiration. Don't allow this to distract you from your important tasks your days attend. And those are your Wednesday morning horoscopes. All all right we found Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan. Are you there. Yes we were so scared aired. We open the closet. And you weren't in there not really really really wish I was there with you guys. Well okay we got you now Jordan. Hey you're the first caller of the day. Congratulations what's your day going to be all about. What are you doing? And it's GonNa be great now that I'm speaking with you guys but right now. I'm driving two hours to Albany just to get my car fixed then. Drive two hours back to Goto word along with Dr Fixer. You are so warranty on my a car. So that's the closest busy dealerships which is two hours away. We'll look Jordan for four hours today. This is pretty cool. All right Jordan have have a safe. I know. I wish I was excited to talk to me as you are. You're excited because you've got you've gone to you and Danielle here so that's why you what are all right. Thank you for listening to US Jordan. You have a great day the first caller of the day for sending you an Elvis Duran shirt right now. Okay I would love a few to destroy we are. We're going to destroy it now. Never really get the get the scissors out showing what that means. Have Peta safe driving wherever you are. If you're driving be careful slow down. Take your time we want you with us for a long time. Let's get into the three things you need to know. Gandhi what's going on all right. Sadly Police North Carolina say twenty two two year old man armed with a pistol is the one responsible for a deadly shooting at UNC Charlotte where two people were killed and four others were wounded. Three of those four are in critical condition. We have no idea what the motive was but that happened yesterday. Sore thoughts are with them. Charlotte strong parts of Davenport Iowa. Also having an issue there under about six feet of water saw act yet. The Mississippi River breached the Levee and flooded about four blocks in the business issue. So their emergency evacuations. People are volunteering to try to clean it up. There was it's not a flush flash flood warning when it happened but officials are still causing cautioning residents to avoid that area for the water. Goes Down just a little that idea. Yeah I would think so. Finally finally facebook announced. It's making some changes. They say. That a dating service is on the way dating stating I feel like. That wasn't stopping anyone every anyway. That's how let me people me yet. And isn't that what a lot of people use facebook for virtually people start facebook. Does facebook still have that thing where you pinch people's asked what does that thing call. Poke Poke I've a bit of a heavy still gets two point. Three eight billion monthly. Okay If you like it it'll match you with a friend and if they like you back you guys are going to be able to check so a all right back on people who I some of these people are just stupid. This is Elvis Duran in the morning. Show all right audible. Is My secret superpower running around New York audible APP engaged. I've got bestselling audiobook. The latest news. Motivation and tons more. I'm listening while I'm living my best life and I love it. Your first audiobook is free. So get it at audible dot com slash Elvis. Call us at one. Eight hundred two four two zero one hundred elvis terrain in the morning. Show a ride so much going on. We've that one thousand dollar free money phone tap about an hour from now also. It is the first day of May. So what's going on this month. I made some notes okay. Yes we're my notes. Go Okay I have not. I have made notes. Where the hell they go? Tell me. Then what's going on in. May We have mother's Day. We're all going to Puerto Rico and mother's Day. Today's National Loyalty Day National School Principals Day. National Mark Yeah National. School Principals Scotty B.'s. Daughters principle is calling in a few minutes. That's cool. I know you know. What did you have a good? You know I didn't have any good teachers teachers. Great Principals. Oh did you at principle might have hated me. It was warranted but spent a lot of time down there out of this getting into fights. You're talking too much in class. What were you doing yeah? It was a combination of a lot of things so I talked a lot. I skipped a lot of class. I I would do my homework in the class because I would get bored. I Yeah I was. Nothing will go because I wouldn't go principles off. If they sent me the principal's office I'd stand Out side the door of the of the classroom making faces and then I got the escort down side you. What's up frog sent to the principal's office a lot? Yeah I did. I went to my English class last one day and the teacher was not being nice and I told him. I said I'm not in the mood for you today. We sent to the principal's office and I paddled in the principles I got paddled the principal's office yes paddled three three hits on the ASS. Wow where the hell did you go to school. North Carolina Navy. Now Yeah I I. When I was going to school? That was the end of the paddling. Thank God because I was paddle material. All right so here it is. It's the month of May we've got the billboard music awards tonight and I know the Jonas brothers have been all over social media talking about their performance tonight. I'm excited to see them. Taylor swift will be there. Madonna Arianna ground. Kelly Clarkson's hosting another royal baby is on the way this month is you know Meghan markle's but to pop any day now like she hasn't been pregnant that long but I'm sure for her she felt like it's been forever Daniel when you're when you're royal you don't have the same You don't have nine months then they move your baby to the front of the line. The oil uterus. Let's see the last three. Installments of game of Thrones Air. This month finale on May nineteenth. I think the fans got gypped. Yes totally. It's been I mean what is going to be six episodes yet so long for this thing to come back and wrap itself up and they're only giving you what eight episodes so total next six to six total also this month if you're a fan of veep. The final episodes may twelve. Last episode of the Big Bang. Theory is may sixteenth last night. They filmed the last episode and it was very emotional. saw some of the stuff. They were posting them hugging and crying and stuff. Yeah we'll post those on our last day too big movies in the month of May Aladdin the live action allied with will Smith got. I can't wait for that one to let's see the new Godzilla also rocket man. The Elton John. bio-pic is out May thirty-first Memorial Day weekend is this month allows hello single. The Mayan is this Sunday in the month of my trailer for the new. Sonic the hedgehog movie you know it is creeping people Out beyond belief because he's animated but then he has these human like teeth freaky. It's just so yeah. That's people are laughing at the trailer. I don't think you're supposed to be just you know thinking the whole thing's funny so I don't know about this hedgehog with human teeth is very creepy. So I'm glad you brought that if I did see the TS last night on instagram and they are kind of creepy. All right all right. Let's get into the fuel goods. We produce for Sam all right producer. Sam Because feel good. Get ready to melt guys. Because here's the headline of the story. Death man adopts deaf rescue puppy and teaches him silently enough. That's how Good night I'm done so emerson. The PUP is a black lab mix and he was only twelve weeks old when he was put up adoption online. And that's that's when thirty one year old nick. Abbot saw the post and believes it to be faith. He was the last of all his siblings to get adopted. But I'm so glad nick found him because he's an exact normal dog now guys. I posted a video on twitter. You have to see it. If he pulls his gear load Emerson. Barks stay follow. Oh it's so cute. And yesterday Maria Fujiko sent that to me in honor of national adopt a shelter pet day. Wow so thank you so much for that. I need to either go find a three legged dog or death doc. Now so thank you very much for go get four legged dog and just rip one of them if all else fails all right guys. If you have someone in your life that deserves to be featured. I'd love to feature them. Email me. 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Type in Elvis team of producers are on twitter looking everything you tweet. Kathleen brought this list from twitter order. Elvis Duran join the conversation. This is Elvis Duran in the morning. Show you know what we love giving props to teachers. But what about. The principals teachers need principles principals to be there. You know there Nucleus to be their guidance and I love a good principal. If you're a principal you don't it's it's like being an aunt to a really cool kid rather than being the parent because you can you can go down the hall and Pat Him the little kids on the head you know them by name but then you could just walk away and let the teachers take everyday we saw. The principal actually could set the pace for the school. And I think we have a principal online. Can we say hi. Sure Clo- hello who is what's your name Marie Elena. Hey Marie Horia I'm good. How are you so are you a principal at your school I am? This is my first year as a middle school principal in Brooklyn now now where you were a teacher leading up to being principal volume assuming. I wasn't in the same school for twenty five years. That's awesome okay. So tell tell us tell us why. It's so important to move from from teacher to principal for you anyway. Why did you need to make that step? So I've always had a love for children. I started when I was in high school. Believe it or or not and I worked with special needs children I and I just I just love working with the kids and I just felt like it was the best thing for May. That's my home away from home and when my principles ready to retire I just thought it was the next best thing You know to take over the school. Oh Love my school and I love the people I work with. Greedy doubt awesome. Yeah let me ask you this so I mean the school year so far your first year being principle what what is something that you're learning about being principle that you didn't know existed. I mean I is. There has been any surprise. Oh my Gosh Oh my first. She has been very interesting. I had a multitude of little hiccups along the way but The the most the biggest advice is to have a lot of patience to surround yourself with really good people who have your support you and and have your back I I fortunate enough. I have the assistant principals and the best staff that really. They work hard. And you know we're in we're in a challenging area so every day is every day is tough by all right. We'll look congratulations. They're lucky to have you know in the teachers. You know you know. We love our teachers so they they need you. So you have to be there to support them. And congratulations on your first year in Happy National Principles Day throw in twenty five years I'm seeing National Principles Day. Only I love you guys. Thank you have a beautiful day. It's go tell the kids and the teachers we said. Hi Okay I will thank you all right thank you now online. Twenty four the assistant principal at old bethpage. Elementary where Scotty B.'s. Daughters go so in principle. Michael how are you sir. Good morning and happy National Principles Day. Thank you and you know. Start off by saying Scott's children are much more well behaved than he is not saying much no but now beautiful children and An honor to be there at OPEC page. It's a great school with a wonderful principle. She's in and it's you know a privilege to be with the children every day and just seeing them grow role not only academically socially emotionally becoming young advocates and Leaders will look you know as I said said before to our other principals from from Brooklyn was on the teachers. They they need you know. Look teachers are in there. They get beaten up by parents not physically but you no what. I'm saying that they have kids are growing and learning and they need leadership and they need someone to help them back them up. So that's so your job I guess so. Thank God you're certainly It's certainly a joint community effort. You know the teacher support me just as much as I tried to support them and it's You it makes it a fun place to be every day. I'll tell you what vice assistant principal Michael we're going to send you a two hundred and fifty dollar party city gift card. The mayor of city third in right now law going on at graduations going on. There's a horse race this weekend. Single the Myo everything everything but if you want to throw a little party for a one of the teachers kids or something are big party. Actually they have select Sombreros for just five Very colorful and cute Rolla Margherita machine into the second grade. Enjoy my job Maybe I'll have it waiting outside when the parents pick up the kids won't let you go into the cafeteria for lunch in their drinking milk cartons. You put salt around the rim. We're going to see do that. Two Hundred Fifty Dollars Party city gift card. Michael thank you so much for being on with us and take care of scabies killed. Okay thank you. Hold hold on one second party city. Oh it's on the Mayor Party city so on behalf of all of us in the city of Party we city please going out interesting stuff. Or maybe you're GONNA have a big party for the Kentucky Derby they have going on. Get your some Barreiro on at a party party city. Thank you very much. Let's get into the Danielle report. I see oh. Have you seen the poster for child's play. No and I don't want the second child play. Remake is opening up against toy story four on June twenty-first so chucky basically kill woody in this poster poster in the background. There's like a cowboy hat and there's some fluff that comes out of a doll. It's very interesting so check it out when you get a chance. I'm actually going to tweet it out for you in a little while evidence master. I'll eat it out for his little hand holding a hat. Yeah Dead Body. It's crazy so empire will officially be back for six season. Will Jesse smell let me back. Well they have a mutual agreement. They have extended his contract contract. But they don't know what they're going to do with him they don't know whether Jamaa will be back that's his character. He's definitely not going to be back in the beginning of the season. So we'll we'll see but just so you know. They did extend his contract. Soldier boy sentenced to eight months behind bars for violating his parole. He's been in jail since earlier. This month. He was put behind bars pending a court date into his probation violation case which stemmed from weapons violations. He was convicted of eight years ago. did you see the first trailer for sonic the Hedgehog. I did in the commercial uncomfortable. Yeah I tweeted it out for you at Danielle Monaro. It is giving people the creeps. He's got humid there. Just the gross. No why did they do that. Just it's just a joke. People are laughing at this trailer lights like seeing those pictures of fish. They've caught like deep deep deep the billions of below the surface and the fish. The fish had like human. It looks like it's crazy. I mean great. T doesn't even have those teams we gotta to get into that in a minute ventures and game will probably end up being the highest grossing movie of all time. But I didn't even need to tell you that. Did I probably over figure that out. And if you're a game game of thrones fans you-know-who Jemma is she. She actually plays Yara on the show. She said that in between battle scenes she was going in the back back in nursing her baby. Yeah so she'll be coming out kicking ass and doing the battle scenes and then going into the back and taking care of her baby make. Your baby was season asking. What moms uh-huh do crazy stuff All right so tonight on television you've got a lot of things going down. First of all of the two thousand nine hundred billboard music awards spoke to be incredible R. Jonas brothers taking the stage for them. You've got survivor. You've got riverdale. Pretty Little Liars. The perfectionist over on free form special over on Netflix and next hour hour. We're going to have to talk about Pete. Davidson all craziness went down at a comedy club by. Yeah he didn't perform. We'll tell you why you know. What apparently the manager wasn't very very that's teasing for the next hour? No one's going to be here in an hour real things to do coming up in one hour we look at. I gotta say Danielle if someone's sticks around for another hour I'm in must be real. Tell them that they're going to be for twenty minutes and got to do their job anyway. uh-huh Greg t the front boy. I just I've never do. You just want to shake him. You know what I'm saying. Every now and then he might need a little. I can't back. He's been texted me a lot this morning. He's back in the other room he he doesn't go to the dentist ever he now has a tooth that is so rotten. He can stick like a toothpick in crumbling to pieces. That can't be good for gum health. Good for anything you know you. You can get heart disease from all that the crap in your teeth. You know that right. Listen I mean who wants to go to the dentist all the time. I don't know anyone you're it. Okay look at your teeth like it's an old building. Okay okay. You're building is crumbling. It's about to be condemned. A fall in. No one was when I smile. You don't see breath can't kicked because it usually happens with Dez Alto leads. My breath. Smells very nice. That's not gonNA fix. It listened to eat like one hundred a day. WHOA no one? This started guys remember when he used an brushes teeth. Come in every morning and he would eat a Brownie and rinse with a Coca Cola. Because once you start eating meeting Gandhi think about that once you start eating. You don't know that. Somebody brushed her teeth or not. You just start eating. And it's normal and he had a rotten tooth in his head for a long time member. He finally had to go because he was in so much pain unimpressed. You have teeth at all based on these stories good job. Elvis don't have nice teeth. No no no not at all if if your mouth not your breath but if your mouth smells like a dumpster you've got problems problems now if you can actually poke things into your tooth and it's hollow and there's there's pieces of tooth out that's not. That's not good. That is so much fun. I can get a toothpick now. I have a hole in the back of my tooth. I get a toothpick like halfway back there and up until the route. It's always saying this. You're not a very smart guy. You're not dentists. Go to bringing dentists to him. No we're bringing bringing dentist to the studio. I don't like dentists. That's what I don't like sedation dentistry. A lot of people like that because they knock you out. You know because when I done when I wake up though I'm still in pain. I'm going to have the fat lip sedation. We don't even need to just the data on my ride home. I can waste a lot of time but just like digging and digging time. Gregory Gregory Look. You're you're you're laughing and you're you think this is all fun and Games. I'm telling you right. Now you're setting yourself up for quadruple the pain of fixing you have no idea what you're doing here. You have no idea. I don't then I really. I'm not knowledgeable about the mouth. I you know what we're telling you it's it's dentistry. Three one zero one but you guys are not doctors. You know you guys all like Oh yeah I heard that you know you gotTa go to the dentist scary learned that Greg t if too much plaque buildup and you start to swallow it it can get into your bloodstream and then it will clog your arteries. Where do you know that from Your Dad? I just told me I go every six months. And he tells you this thing he tells me it's it's an infection actually that you get and it's okay. Look let's get a Chelsea on twenty four. Maybe she can talk some sense into you. Now you're a dental assistant. So He's not listening to us he's he'll listen to you Chelsea go right ahead Yes yeah so. If you're a whole you're going to have to remove say even that one right now. It's not hurting so it's fine. He doesn't the truth. Their pieces of the two have been falling outs. There's this decision so Chelsea I mean. Don't you think this is almost like an emergency situation. Really yes definitely well listen. Today is Wednesday. It's too close to the weekend. I'M NOT GONNA ruin my Friday and I'm certainly not GonNa ruin my weekend so we'll you have to wait till all these Monday Wednesday of next week. I love how you go get lightbulb. But you won't go to the dentist person about life. Something the Chelsea thank you very much you know. He won't even listen to you. And you're an expert Chelsea. Thanks for listening. I have food hanging out of my tooth right. Gross me out of here. I I don't even want you. What Gandhi set with this? I'm worried about his now. So when these belts in the mouth all right all right. We'll be back official instagram of the morning. Show follow us now at Elvis durant show. This is Elvis rain in the morning. Show working family. I'm always on the go and with audible audiobooks. It's easy for me to listen to a juicy celebrity memoir or maybe even a sexy sexy romance while I'm doing other things it's fantastic. You've got to try it. Your first audiobook is free at audible dot com slash Elvis data and messaging rates apply. Got Something to tell us. Senate text fifty one hundred show. Okay so the billboard awards tonight right billboard awards and I'm most excited about Jonas brothers. I mentioned that I was having a conversation with a friend yesterday. But how excited we are that. The Jones brothers are back together. I cannot wait for the whole album because they are the two songs that they put out sucker and soon cool cool. There's such great songs they are and plus we love them in and in the they were huge back in the day which wasn't all that long ago? What twenty five years ago? Forty five years ten years ago okay. Ten years ago. Well I know it's just great to have him back in the thing is and I'm not gonNA mention any names. Sometimes when bands big bands go away and come back. It's not quite. It is entertaining it. It's just like oh they're back to do that special tour you know you know the ones this is great. I mean they are together they got it it anyway so my friend. WHO's a guys? Well we were having this conversation about. Jonas brothers were so excited. We'd like little girls but they are back back and it's great and they have a lot. I hear rumor. They have some very special projects coming up. I think they have some. TV stuff. Going on. I Ah I don't want to say too much because I overheard a conversation. I should not have heard share. No no no no no no no I think I think they have a special thing where they I don't I don't I wanNA mention anything so a lot from Jones brothers. I don't think it's just a quick tour and an album. Then they're done. I think they're in it. They got some big stuff on June seventh by the way can wait speaking of overhearing things you I always wonder about lookout there. See those interns. Yeah they're right in the middle of our operations. I now you you know. They hear things. They're not supposed to hear when you can tell because they just keep their little heads down and do their work. When it's really popping off out there like I know I would love? I would love to know what they've heard just looked up. Converse Brody through your interns. Can you go find out you know. They've heard things things in amateur. They said we should ignore that. We'd probably shouldn't have heard that. But we make them sign confidentiality agreements. They don't talk while I'm saying they can't as long as microphone in front of them. They can say anything they want. All right remember you ask for this now just getting ready for later in the hour does go out there and see. See what they've heard. And at the very least brody lifts let's brody can you hear me. Everybody is just walking rowdy. Hello all right coming brody at least It'd be good for us to get get their impressions of what they've learned and what they see and what they have questions about their internships almost over so it's safe all right. Thank you brought it then. Okay leary Jerry. Used date the interns when they internship. Yes he did. Wow that's a long time. Wow back in the day. So let's turn our attention to senior executive producer or straight nate. So straight nate had a conversation that I overheard and I just want to tell you. I think you're wrong just because you see something on. TV doesn't mean it's is this thing. Yeah tell them what you said. Oh well I just feel. I've seen it so much on. TV and it solidified in my brain over the weekend. Watching watching. Game of thrones and I saw someone riding a horse and I figured that look so easy I feel like I would be really good at riding a horse. I've seen like westerns earns. I've seen Lord of the rings they rode horses. Oh I've seen the Kentucky Derby I just feel like it's not that hard no I'm serious. It's doesn't seem that hard hard like you grab the reins and it's like whoa boy and things like that clicking thing. I don't think it's that. Let me tell you something it is or first of all you need someone who really understand horses to teach you and then you can learn. You also need a great horse that that some horses as you can't learn on look. I know I ride horses. I used to. I used to ride them every day but it was easy though. Wasn't it. No I mean if if everything lined up in you had had someone there to help you. That was really smart. They can help you figure it out and then if you had a great horse that you connected with then it's easy all ship. Yeah those planets have to lineup. It's not easy. I just feel I learned from observation and I've seen it on TV so much. I feel like I'm really good at it and I'm not alone in this. I think of think of it this way. You know my dog Max. Imagine He. was you know a eight feet tall and you you get get on him and ride him. Yeah do you think it'd be easy because you know him. Well I've never seen anybody ride a dog. That's the difference with their animals they. It isn't like getting on a bicycle. They're living breathing. Annals that react okay. Things might be a challenge. I'll I'll give you that triggers and you can't do around them like every. The horse has a different personality. You gotta be careful yes someone just in a text. I've had horses for fifteen years. Hi Nate you're funny. They do it on beaches in Costa Torika. It's not that hard. Ridden a horse. Those those forces are trained and they are gentle on stand by my comments. Okay okay so so the point is this. It's not just specifically horses. Your we all think that we see something on TV and it's easy like Gandhi for instance. What do you have? I'm possible I commit the perfect murder. Okay now what did you learn on T. V. or whatever I don't know nice to you what have you learned on TV. That makes you think you could commit the perfect murder. It looks easy so it looks easy but I feel like the key to the perfect murder is doing it by yourself. You cannot involve one other person. You can't talk about it. You can't write about it. You can't text about it careful with your google searches you just have to really commit and NB all in and by yourself and you know maybe you wear shoes. That are the wrong size. Maybe because if they're looking for footprints another they're like Oh. This killer was a size twelve Haas. Sorry I'm a six muster. You're saying sex by the way shoe doesn't fit. You must quickly. Yeah exactly exactly. I wouldn't do it but it's just a skill I have so people shouldn't mess with me. I WANNA put that out there What about you Daniel? What did you see on TV? That makes you feel like you could do. It looked so easy Samba apocalypse. I am so going to survive. That has taught me everything I need to know. Give me a couple of examples of how you think you'd survive run. You have to hit them in the head. So they're they'll die. Got To do that so you have to always have your weapon on you and all time. So you're ready to go. I'll you put Azzam blood on your body so that when they smell you. They smell themselves and they don't smell humans so they think that you're one them so you can walk by their side. Brought you totally I brought together. We're getting through his. I'm okay so you're going to keep in mind but you're learning all these things people who are writing a TV show. What do they know about? There's no reason for me. I think after watching this show I watch all the time I forgot the name of it. I think I could really truly build build a blue ribbon word winning tree house I really do. I think think I have what it takes. I've been watching that treehouse masters. What's it called? I don't know I've been wanting yes I've been watching it enough. I think I could actually engineering and the right materials. I think I could build a treehouse tree. Houses have running water. So the I'm GonNa Start with just a basic treehouse. What I'll have have all have a rope on a bucket to bring the water up? Okay I'M GONNA I'm GonNa have could talk to Gina Online twenty four. What have you learned from from TV? They make it look sight. Easy that I can dance. Okay so talk about what show of There are several dancing shows. Which one did you watch? That made you feel like you can learn. Learn how to dance easily any show any show where someone here some hip hop music. They start waving their arms and I like to think that I can do it as well. Let me tell you I cannot but they make it. Look easy is what you're saying late. They're just moving their arms to the rhythm. I'm just sick during her waving her arms in the Alex. Okay so let me ask you this now. What about riding a horse? You see people riding horses on TV all the time. Do you think you could easily write a horse. Like like nate. Thanks no I do know how smart you can't. It's not easy. It's not. They make it look easy. But it's not all right Gina. Thank you you go dams like a bad ass and thanks for listening to US align twenty-three Suzy Hi Susie. So what's what's your thirteen year olds name Caitlyn so caitlyn's been watching TV. And I've been watching these These shows drama shows and now Caitlyn believes she can perform from what I saw our economy. The heck is that what is that. Is that the same as a what is it. That's where they put the they cut open your throat and put the tube in so you can breathe tracheotomy tracheotomy. Just take a bic pen and just look so eating it. Next time I see someone choking Camila hold of their throat skip skip the high might. Just go right for the whole throat they make it seem like that's that's what you should do. That really isn't what we should do. I think I told Caitlin to keep her keep her her sharp objects away from the US. Coffee like stamps throat within. Oh my God. Thank you very much froggy what about you. What could you do it looked so easy on TV? I'm convinced I could be an NFL quarterback they missed so many open receivers. I'm like dude. I could've thrown that. Unlike in some of these guys are bad. Okay look really easy. You Watch the film review and like the guy was on open. It's scary what about you. I the Michelin Star Chef and cooking Josh. By because I watched so much food network if you give me the same equipment that they have and the same quality food all I gotTa do off. Aw everything and then you think you could do that. Andrew Online seven calling in. Hey Andrew how are you doing very well and good morning it looks so easy on. TV What do you think he could do it. What is it? I think I could be a morning. Show Low's after hearing you guys. Every single morning hang up on him. Come about to say I'll I'll tell you most likely could that's what he's GonNa have to leave you now Andrew this anyone finally we talked to Mirasol. Hey Mirasol what could you do after watching it on. TV Hey anything anything on HDTV. I'm almost not allowed to watch it because my husband gets home and I have a new project every day. There's a rebuild the garage or something. Yeah Yeah I'm always trying something new and then he's stuck finishing it up because I can't even figure it out you know. The fleet markets live live or a gigantic. They don't show the hundreds of people that they have helping them because they do it all other. It's the magic game. All Right Marisa. Thank you very much. You know what I learned about watching the gains from a flip flipping or flipper which I it's about the world of ship lap. Oh yeah you can take a sip class at home depot if you want to know what it was when they first started talking about it. I'm like what did they say it. Just the S. Word Anyway Our doctor just said you really shouldn't stick a bic pen in someone's throat okay. Thanks for the my my goal was the most attainable of everyone's murdering someone. All right. We gotta run. Let's get into the three things we need to know Gandhi. What's going on all right? Parts of Davenport Iowa under six feet of water after the Mississippi River breached the levee yesterday redcross dot Org. If you want to donate they have blocks the city that are just flooded right now. Residents are being evacuated. 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What do you have coming up a big bang theory? Last night they record it or the final. Kosovo was sad so here we are. We have a we have a big family here including the interns and we have twenty people. Maybe more running around here every morning which is kind of unusual in this day and age of what we do for living bringing the interns now the interns where we're all they brody. The interns are great right because they sit right in the middle of the action there on the fifty yard line right. They see things they hear things sometimes smell things l.. God don't but you wonder what they're observing. What their thoughts are? I feel bad for them every day because they are real really right in the crossfire of. So let's start with intern. The Anna Good Morning Deanna morning. Good morning thanks. For being on brutally honest keep in mind. The internship for this role is this round is almost over. So whatever you you say is not going to get you hurt. I mean you basically safe. You know what I'm saying. Yes I am okay. So entered the Anna. I have some stuff about diamond. I've noticed Komo by the way a lot of people need to know. Diamond is our phone and social media producer. And she's we love her. She's the newest member of our show. What do you know about diamond? Diamond helps hopes Filter the calls and when she ever she gets a very good call she's jumping up and down Johnson all right just like I put that person on air but if she gets a bad call. It's it's very much. Who put them on air? I meant diamond. Care to comment interstate. She's not getting just went sideways. Diamond brings the best calls through. And of course every once in a while we get clunker and diamond. Sometimes you're GONNA get clunkers all right. What about scary? You notice something about scary things about scary the eldest. He loves to talk to all of us in terms very friendly. But I think we all have a hunch that he he doesn't know our actual names. Oh I know you names okay. What's her name Deanna? Nice next. WHO's up next right behind her Stephanie's behind the person who's next doesn't talk to me all right. That's Aaron Errands. All Right Diana thank you so much I love every day you work with people and you walk past them every day. You don't stop and think they're watching you observing. Bring you like Aaron Aaron. Welcome to the microphone. How are you good? How are you doing well? Okay so you have made an observation about which one of us I have an observation solution about me. All right so you can always tell the mood in the studio based on how they act and he comes out so you can give us an example. Absolutely nothing to lose go ahead. Sometimes he'll come out you know. He's mumbling he's complaining K.. A good thing on it depends ends on. Now what's happening. You're giving us all I mean. So for instance if I do something. That irritates nate which is every morning he comes out what he bitches the moans under his breath or what does he do. Sometimes they'll walk out and just say God damn it off the nate. That's allowed look. People need to blow off steam. All right yeah we talk about that. Let Aaron continued. Go right ahead and this is your time. Go ahead when he leaves the studio at least for the day he always says Papas tired. Really say do because your Mommy Mommy Mommy I thought does big Daddy. The family learning a lot. Now Erin. This is great. I'm learning a lot of stuff about us that we need to know because we don't see we see us when we're in front of each other but when we're in front of the term sometimes we forget to squelch anything else. You want to tell us Erin. So I have something about t to so great cheat. Yes t is always yelling about something. I'll just come out and start ranting for like ten minutes about random thoughts that he has he's he's he's just a sad old man. The Hallway downrated does get mad and he he never holds back. He tells you exactly what what what's on his mind which is good. I guess all right anything else Erin. That's it for me all right. Thank you everyone night. All right. Let's move on to intern. Stephanie Good Morning Intern into Stephanie. Hi who do you WanNa talk about. Who Have you made observations about that? We need to know so I have to individuals. The first one is Danielle so I realized that she's the first one to leave every day. Now that's fine but the only problem is that at sales people are always looking for her. And then I'm the one who's forced to tell them sorry Daniel has left again. Thank you for running running interference for her intern. Stephanie who else do you know how about Kathleen. Okay you're sitting right next to her so she's a huge wine lover so I occasionally easily see her online shopping for wine glasses and she's also so excited when uncle John Amisi are wondering why of course you know Kathleen and I. We've been known to have cocktails on festive occasions. All Right Stephanie. Anything else that's it for me by the way I like how I totally didn't get knocked to the ground by any of these cats. They're smart well. Well you know what no one complained condie for me I. I didn't feel that was a complaint Gandhi. Wouldn't you like to know what they think I mean is. Is there any observation any of them have this whole. I don't know I would love to know what they think but I also don't want that necessarily going out on the air because not what's up scary Gary. I feel bad for the for specific reason and its cruelty because David Brody makes them go through resumes and stuff and pretty much higher their replacements basements imagine if you had your job and internship is to like pass the baton to the next person and read through resumes. That's awful. It's like it's awful a little. I think I think that's a great thing to learn how to do. And that's an internship through the garbage and say we have no qualified qualified. People they think other not you all right. Would you like to go back to being an intern. Yeah he used to try to date the interns Daniel. Let's get into the Daniel report you know what's going on. So last night. It was a rap. They filmed the final l.. Episode of the Big Bang Theory and the audience had VIP's members of the media sound stage bleachers filled with devoted fans so we did overnight to get the seats. Some people were wearing these st shirts. They designed themselves. The show ran for twelve seasons and it just was emotional. The series finale will be may sixteenth breath and Kelly Cocoa. She tweeted out that to wrap and it was a picture of all of them hugging. And it's sad. I mean it's good to go out on top. Yeah but it's one of my favorite shows awesome. I love the Big Bang theory. A glass of wine blanket. I upset eleven life The game of thrones cinematographer. Says that this weekend's this episode was not filmed Dr it was. I watched it twice. A lot of people heard that look. I'm not a fan but I I did hear it was way too dark stopped. Turn Lights on on tried to fix the brightness on my TV. I did everything I was like. I can't see only well. He said that he thinks. HBO's compression of it made things worse especially for people watching on a streaming service or if you were in a room. That was too bright. So maybe you tried everything okay. Sorry variety has a list of Hollywood salaries. It includes with how much a couple of people are getting four net flicks so Ryan Reynolds is doing something for Netflix. It's called six underground. How much do you think he's getting paid for that on? netflix examined examined is coming through. Twenty seven million dollars net flicks. Does though. I know you have a whole list in front of you to hear some of these salaries usually when an actor it becomes a member of a film project they get what's called the back end. Which means they give they give them a little back end they give them a nice salary but they also also make a crap ton of money off ticket sales and distribution To all the different networks and stuff netflix. If you're an actor when you sign with them you don't get any back in take up front salary so it's a big huge bloated salary. But I mean Dwayne the Rock Johnson for fast and furious present. Hobson Shaw. He's getting twenty million dollars for that movie now around Net flicks on a regular Robert Downey Junior. The voyage of Dr Doolittle comes out on twenty twenty twenty million bucks for him. Wilson has bad boys for life coming out in two thousand twenty twenty. He's getting seventeen million dollars and the list goes on and on they are making some serious cash up. They're making money for the for the movie deserve it. I how's it back to net flicks You know who's paying them. We are at fifteen ninety nine. I'm not okay with it yet. I am adventures and game. A We know probably end up being the highest highest grossing movie of all time. Now they said if you injust if you adjust for inflation because sometimes people do that because they have more time on their hands than I do gone with the wind has is made seven point four billion dollars but if you sit down and do the numbers and adjust for inflation. You don't get it so it's ridiculous. People have time to figure this out on jeopardy. Hey James he did it again. Nineteen episodes last night. He won another ninety. Six thousand two hundred and seventy six dollars. He is more than halfway to Ken. Jennings things two point five million dollars haul and he did it in just a quarter of the appearances it is crazy. You know how old he is. He's thirty four years old. This guy. Yeah Yea Damn I tell you For thirty four year old. I'm just excited when young people kill it on January. The price is is right. We'll hit nine thousand episode October. That's crazy tonight on television. 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Now you can look at pictures of coupons Republican Chicken Parm what about you producers Sandwich with you today. I'm really proud this morning. You guys because yesterday. I completed the Yoga challenge that I took for the month. Good for you they Q.. I took twenty classes and thirty days. which is super? It's it's raining like no matter. How Much Sleep I? It's not enough and no matter. How much water I drink? It's it's not enough but I'm very proud. I'm happy I did it and I know that the next challenge is something we all face all the time and it's how do you keep a regular lifestyle consistently when all of these little challenges are done. So that's what I'm onto now and if anyone has any tips I welcome it but I'm going to celebrate today really happy. I did what I did in those thirty days. Going back to you Drinking Water Gandhi and I were noticing producer. Sam The way you drink water out of your water bottle is almost X.. Rated upsets me so much I did never noticed it before we were sitting in a meeting. Yesterday she puts her mouth around the whole top of it. You look at it. Looks Very Quintin and I definitely have to stretch the jaw a little bit to get there are reasons before you judge me. It doesn't get my teeth cold water right. Okay Danielle. What's up produced now? We did me Aurigny Gandhi. Okay so Sam Way. She drinks out of the bottle kind of threw me on my instagram story. If anyone wants to see it it's go look at it. Yeah okay go gargled okay I just wanted to say thanks again to Elvis. I told I told you earlier. He bought me a book that I love but he also got me. These flowers hours and flowers make me so ridiculously happy. These ones never die. What what is the company that made them something to Venus finished the flu? They're beautiful real flowers that never die and they're sitting in my apartment in every day just walked by that amount like cute you guys are. I Love Them. Thank you and they they may smell great. I love how got two shutouts from Gandhi. Today you must really like I really do like you and I love flowers. They just wore my soul. Numale people do ask us all the the time. Look you guys sound like you're all happy with each other errands getting along on the air. How do you really get along off their well? Truth be told it's okay. It's all right but sometimes some of US get along All right let's get into sound with Garrett what do you have good morning all right. Let's start with tonight show. Shirley's is there was on promoting her movie longshot which he starts with Seth Rogan and and she was talking about. When Seth was on set he would smoke weed and become smarter and then he lit a joint? It took a hit off off. It was like I was in the presence of Einstein it was it was like off the charts. We know he gets to know so smart. He gets so smart focus he gets so creative. I mean I literally on days I would just follow him and be like please smoke. Just smoke now all right now. Do you have any friends who are more fun. If they're intoxicated grew nobody. That's good I should like them when they're sober me me sometimes all right so would you. Top of the charts here on the show where we listen to different songs from around the country and see where they chart. So let's stop off over in the UK. A British organisation called the Royal Society for Protection of Birds. Released leased let nature sing. Now it charted it was number eleven on the UK charts out of the top. One hundred UH-HUH UH-HUH I never WANNA leave except for that pterodactyl in the background I. I can't wait for the diplomat. REMIX screwy Curley. Byrd yes have you heard Andy grammer stop by our friends over at PS twenty two school to sing along with the kids to his song. Don't give up on me and it has over ten million views on facebook by the way before you hit. You know a lot of people who aren't local you know New Yorkers a lot of people don't know who in twenty two kids are the course department. There is unbelievable. They've actually been here in the studio. These school kids are incredible and their leaders. Amazing Right. Yeah and and you've probably seen their video somewhere on youtube throughout you know you're scrolling but Andy grammer stopped by the school just the other day and ten million views as they all sang. Don't don't give up on me you. Can you imagine being screw kid. You get to sing with Andy grammer. I mean. They're that talented really. are more talented than Andy. Grammer I could tell them. I said that are underground. Day Song break up with your girlfriend on board. Sounds like this. Just listen to the lyrics so you so you know what I'm talking about. They are right there in the morning. What are they gonNA say very provocative lyrics but I wonder what kids will do to those lyrics? Now Kids Bob. We'll take the song in and make it a G. rated version. So will they sing about hitting it in the morning. It's not too bad hanging out as opposed to hitting it. It's worse if if you listen to the rest of the song so I I stopped it there but that's all we got the same thing isn't hanging out in a cooking versus not hooking up. You know I had. I had this hour long conversation nation with someone. This is several years ago when people use the term Netflix and chill. I did tell them you know it's Netflix. Chill is more than just sitting there on the couch watching Netflix. There's more to it and they're like knows night. Just means you sit there shall out no more sound. No that's it all right your good American Garrett thank thank you so much. We're about to get into the three things with Gandhi. But not yet I was reading the story maybe gone to you. WanNa add to your list. The pope the pope is done. Something so interesting did did you can read this now. I did see it. Oh you saw it. So you the story. He's telling people who are working hair salons and Nail Salons Stop Gossiping. Wait what am I supposed to do when I'm there talk about it. I don't know it's just not the Christian thing to do and he says I want to say hello to all all of the The people who do hair and make up a nails here in the Vatican but don't Gossip Stop Gossiping and I was thinking. Wow last time I got my haircut. I gave a gay. Hip gave him an earful stuff. That would curl your hair as he was cutting my hair Dina with the pink hair. WHO Does my my hair Chinos? Yeah right so anything else in the article that you picked up Gandhi. I know it was really just about that. He said you know we want to do better. We want to maintain the Christian Jason Way and this is not good for what we're trying to do so stop talking crap about his shock that they have a hair salon and the Vatican little city in the the middle of room. Now they got. It ain't going on. I mean this is I actually got. I love this pope. I think he's as far as I'm not really you know a pauper. I mean I'm not. I'm not Catholic but you know what but I love spirituality I and I love. I love what he has to say from time to time and I think it's pretty pretty cool. His his treat your customers with kindness and courtesy offer them a good word and encouragement and then just do their nails. They don't get into it all right. Let's get into the three things you need to know from Gandhi Gandhi. While you're doing this I've been watching live coverage from from Venezuela today. It's that is that story is it's unfolding in more and more every day you learn more and more about what's going on there so anyone who has family there right now we're thinking about I know it's going to be brutal to watch that news story to it really is all right. A new study. This is pretty good. News suggests that autism can be diagnosed in children as young as fourteen months old which is much earlier than the typical diagnosis. Everybody used to think it would come around three or four years Scientists are saying that this is great news because early early detection leads to early intervention. So that's awesome wikileaks founder. Julian assange was sentenced by a British. Judge is to fifty weeks in prison for skipping. Bail and hiding out for seven years in England's Ecuadorian Embassy. Of course he's got his reasons why he was doing that but they did get him. He hid hid for two thousand four hundred eighty seven days and now he's going to have to serve fifty weeks in jail. Can you imagine having done something so heinous that you have to hide in another country Uh No I I love America. I don't I'd rather stay here and just kind of pay for what I did. Hide somewhere. Hidings yeah well. He got in trouble now and finally. This should shock. Nobody but if you follow instagram influencers who are promoting health and wellness and all of those things. A recent isn't study. Did a deep dive into these accounts and found that ninety percent of social media influencers share false information and damaging information about health. They say that most of these people do not have degrees. They are not actually qualified nutritionists or dental expert. They're being paid. It's an opinion. They're turning their opinion into fact and it's really really detrimental so oh be careful who you were following. And whether or not they are credible they said they only found one. And that account passed with a seventy five percents. Don't take it seriously Leeann. Don't follow great to you when when if it has anything to do with teeth care all right. Look you know what we love being able to pass along along great merchandise to you through the form of what a tote bags and shirts and sweat shirts and hoodies but you know what every time you buy something from us. Money goes to an incredible organization that we truly believe him right. Now if you go to Elvis Duran DOT COM. We have these camouflage Hulo lady t shirts and sweatshirts Benefiting Fisher House Fisher House Foundation. And we've known about Fisher House for a long time. As a matter of fact we have one here in New York. I believe up in the Bronx visiting here to tell us more about Fisher houses Ken Fisher Good Morning Kim again thanks for coming in the morning. Thank you for having me. This is a first of all honor to have you here because I know this is not a brand new concept the Fisher House Foundation. You and your family have been doing this for for many many years. Tell everyone what Fisher house does and all of your locations across the country this year house Offers a home away from home for families of our veterans and active service members who require hospitalizations. So families can stand fisherhouse for free for as long as the hospital. Stay eight dictates and something really amazing happens inside the houses to not only did they have a place to sleep but a support system informs and these houses have grown quite large. The once in the Bronx that we're going to dedicate May Twenty second. These are sixteen eighteen room homes allow almost fourteen thousand square feet so when you put sixteen different families together that was a concern for us for a long time but the families just kind of embraced each other and a small community grew within the houses and the support system which became the foundation for everything that we do and really helps the families become better caregivers so it's not just a place to sleep. It's a place for families to heal as well and it's amazing I can tell you something can probably too too proud to tell you. But over the years of of fisherhouse being open around the country with veterans and family members of of military members traveling to their They've saved over four hundred million dollars out of pocket travel and lodging cost for these families. I know they've helped more than three hundred within thirty five thousand families and the foundation moves. Further than that into scholarships like millions of dollars in scholarships for the families as well. So they're doing some great things that's why having these camouflage hello lady t shirts and sweatshirts to benefit Fisher House Fisher. House foundation was really really important for us to do this. Because what you guys. We're doing Kansas. Just it's great we. We love our veterans. We Love we love our military. What's what made you WanNa do this? What made you want to do this in the first place? Well well. It really started back in the late seventies when my My late Uncle Zachary who passed away in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine spearheaded the effort to save the aircraft carrier intrepid rapid and bring it to New York City and can hurt him. Yeah you your family do that we did. I say that the intrepid now welcomes Almost a million visitors visitors every year. So it's really grown into something kind of institutional if you will investment house through from that on that note I mean if you come to New York go see the Empire I eight building everything. And that's great. You've got to go to the intrepid leavitt. We had a concert there When you're a guy that was just amazing? Zombie crawl there for that one. Nothing else fantastic. Go ahead I'm sorry. I interrupted. Well thanks it really does great work on its its own But with we have great stem programs and after school programs for public school children but fisherhouse grew from that and in in the early days. We were only building a house or two a year. Because the need wasn't wasn't there and when my uncle passed away in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine the initiatives. What's that he had? Founded became so massive that we as a family had to kind of get together and figure out how we were going to keep this going so for me it was originally just just a desire to continue a legacy that grew into a major passion huge fine my family my wife. I mean we're all involved in some way shape or form and building these two in the Bronx. Everyone asked me. What my favorite houses? And that's tough to answer. But I'm from the Bronx so having almost a mile and a half from where I grew up is kind of like fisherhouse coming home well Ken. We're receiving text from Miami and around the country people who've experienced fisherhouse with their families Just all positive. It's a matter of fact Melanie is on the phone. Think Melanie are you there. Yes I am but morning morning. Hello Lady and say. Good morning to Ken Fisher Fisher. This is very important to connect you to the morning. So how did your family benefit from Fisher House. It like Mister Fisher said gave a home away from home while the mom while my mom was going through treatment right what kind of treatment when she going through Ryan in cancer therapy very heavy heavy stuff and so as Ken was saying it was more than just a place to stay in a place to hang your coat for the night. You actually meet up with other members years of military families and veterans families as well and It it really really makes a difference. Doesn't it and does it You get to meet new friends friends that you keep in touch with after you leave Just add there was amazing Just it was a home and it's felt like home. I love love her in that. Now if anyone out there's wondering about Fisher House Fisher House Foundation. I will tell you that. They received the highest ratings as far as as as a Institutions like this go. I mean they're saying your your money's going to the right place at the right time all these families have benefited including Melanie's family. That's why we're having these really cool shirt so you get a cool shirt. You get a cool sweatshirt Hulo lady camouflage but you're helping Fisher house foundation so good Elvis Dot Com and by one today Melanie. And how's your. How's your mom? I'm doing right now. Unfortunately she passed away in March so sorry to hear that. How's your family doing good Hang in there and part of our show melanie absolutely okay. Hold on one second. Send you a hello lady T shirt but you can use one of these couldn't you. I mean what hold on one second all right. We appreciate you coming in today. Ken And we're so honored to be able to take the proceeds proceeds and send it directly to Fisher House Foundation. Thank you so much while we appreciate it it's it's a big help to us and You know just something to continue continue our mission. It's going to go on as long as it's needed. We're going to be at eighty four houses when we opened the Bronx and Will be over ninety by the end of the year so this foundation nation just keeps going so thank you very much for your help. It's our honor can Fisher thank you for coming and we'll be back right after this. The official twitter account of the morning show Elvis the ratio at the official twitter account of Elvis Elvis. Duran follow us now. Elvis Duran in the morning show. We love great stories and audible. Bowl has more stories than anyone else you can always find something entertaining inspiring or motivating just by listening from audiobooks to exclusive originals audible. Has it all your first. audiobook is free at audible dot com slash. Elvis talk in the morning show people they wanNA buy some camouflage Merck's the Komo merchants waiting for you. It's the Hulo Lady Komo t-shirt and the Hulo Lady Komo sweatshirt the point that once again something. 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There's discontent discontinuing twenty percent off coupons but the good news around head rounded nose now around an eye. Oh my God we cried over this. We hugged each other deflect our right. I know it's a big deal. Getting ready rid of the world. Famous bed bath and beyond twenty percent off coupons. But telling what they're doing now this is pretty. It's pretty you can. You can sign up for like a program where you pay a certain portion per month and then you still get some discounts as I thought it was thirty thirty dollars. A year is no I think. It's a monthly. Brody has a round head. Sorry Beth young gets me all boy oil. It's a good place. It's actually much better than the coupon because for twenty nine dollars a year you get twenty percents off your purchase. Not just one item okay. So I was wrong thirty dollars a year. It's twenty nine dollars Greg. Donald Trump right now. Every time I go in there if I do this then I get twenty percent off everything. Just show them. Oh Ooh it's twenty nine dollars off. I mean it's twenty percents off your entire purchase. People don't realize when you get those things in the mail a lot of times it's twenty percents off one item every now and then it's twenty twenty percent off your whole purchase. That's a huge difference. All right so I'm going to join the beyond plus thing. Yeah Right. It's actually better. I think if you stop there a lot it's definitely better. I love bed bath but to beyond is really beyond part where I got my squatty potty. I love this squatty potty. Now do you actually still use the squatty. Potty go onto sitting right at the base of toilet and my bathroom everyone walks in and everyone makes a comment and then they use the squatty potty because they're and they're like. Oh Oh yeah. That's what it's about. Well then you could screw up your your body with a name Marino's vegetable brush. I got a vegetable brush. I didn't even know they made these things but I dirty potatoes brush so they have a brush for vegetables. Contain the weather stop. She was a stripper. Wow sounds like something you go to the doctor for. Could you check out my dirty potato. What's scary garlic minster there and my simple human garbage? Can I love simple simple human garbage cancer so crazy fantastic anyways so bed bath and beyond we love it. The beyond is our best part going through a story. This morning about the essentials you need in your kitchen drawers because is one friend of mine. Her mom came over and yelled at her because she didn't have a meat thermometer. She's like mom. I don't need to measure my meat temperature. Do you need to have an instant meat. Thermometer limiter where it gives you. You know you're at the right temperature and time to eat. That's only for like if you make a Turkey or something. No No. If you're a steak you know any any meat absolutely absolutely any meat chicken anything you can. That timers great. Because you don't overcook it and don't WanNa undercover anyway so we love you bed bath and beyond you no longer. Get twenty percent off coupons but you can join for twenty nine dollars a year and get twenty percent off everything right yes and tastic all right. We'll take a break I'm kidding Robot to the to the Daniel Report Ryan coming up Dan. You talk about Jussie smollet. Will he be back next season on empire or Toyota. Let's do that now. Let's get into it and then after that. I want to talk about how Americans are lacking people to confide in now. Do you remember a day where you had a group of friends or family members you could go with any and every problem it. They're saying thing. Now that people less and less are depending on close friends. Because I don't know they WANNA be more discreet. They'd rather talk to someone someone they don't have to deal with every day so they don't have to reminded of the problem they everyday. Yeah I mean this. This actually plays into mental health into a lot of things. We'll get into that in a minute. Let's have fun fun with it. In addition to being serious about Daniel go all right so it's official empire will be back for a sixth season. But what's going to happen with Jussie. smollet well they did extend extend his contract. It was a mutual decision. They extended his contract. But we don't know of his character. Jamal is even gonNA come back. They're definitely not bringing him back in the beginning. They have no idea what they're gonNA do. They just did the contract extension to be safe and to figure it out as we go along. So we'll see what happens is one of the greatest mysteries I need to know what happens. We will however we will ever know what really went down. I really don't think that we don't we already pretty much know what went down those brothers to stop talking. I know that the answers. We should have brothers on radio show. I'm sure they're gonNA talk. So is your boy was sentenced to eight months behind bars for violating his parole. Twenty eight year old rapper. He's been in jail since earlier this month month. He was put there because he basically pro. He his violation probation from violation case. He's it stemmed from weapons violations he who was convicted of eight years ago and he didn't do what he was supposed to do. And that's what's going on with their Did you see the first trailer for sonic the Hedgehog. Only after you told told me it was weird. Oh my God I view then at Danielle Monaro it is so quick. The creepy part is the teeth. He looks like human teeth and they're just like so. Oh creepy and I don't know I don't can they go back and fix that before the movie comes out or detain. He looks like a game. Show host with veneers. Yes totally creepy. Creepy vendors game probably end up being the highest grossing movie of All time. But you already knew that I didn't have to tell you. P Davidson. Did you hear this. He refused refused to perform at a comedy club and Sunday night and he said that it was because before he came out. The owner took the stage and basically talked about Ariana Grande and Kate Beckon Zale his exit and he has them not to do that so big we have it. He posted a video instagram explaining why he wasn't performing. Hey guys in Connecticut. I'm sorry that we had to leave the show before I got to go on Owner vinnie brand disrespected. Me and Did something that I told them not to do and I can you know perform under those circumstances however everybody who got a ticket to that show. I am doing a free show for you guys figure out where it's going to be in the next week and You know all get we'll get it all sorted out sorry again This is not your fault. So so he's GonNa make people. Were not happy because they went to see him but he's GonNa make it up to them so that's good especially on net flicks. If you're not watching that a lot of people are loving it pretty little liars. The perfectionist. Some free form is going down Tonight Little Billboard Music Award accident. We can't wait to see the Jonas brothers take the stage survivor Riverdale so a lot of good stuff on your television tonight. Thank you Daniel. So we'll just send a text in Gandhi. They said they returned their squatty potty Beth and beyond she said they hated me I would to first of all you don't return anything that has potty in it but it is it is in your body's just for your feet but still it's near your potty. I just but why would you so amazing. I don't know obviously like it. That they're entitled to their opinion if they don't like squatty potty. Are we really arguing about this. If you want to return your squatty potty returned wrong wrong. What's what what's scary returnable? God I hope you use it you know. What do they do with it? And I don't want to destroy it. I worked at a place called consumers rumors back in the day and somebody brought in a kitty potty with pooping not pay return policy policy. If that's your return policy then you have to honor Suzanne clean the Poo before you take your back. That's just disgusting Disgusting Trash People People at Gandhi against it. You do not return your squatty me laugh so hard my all right look. Do you ever consider you're you're the person in circle of friends that everyone goes to when they have a problem. Yes you're the shoulder to cry on with air quotes me which has a has a big burden there. There is a burned there. But you WANNA YOU WANNA be there for your friends because you want them to be there for you. But that's what friends are for right. Yes okay so They did a survey recently. They whoever they found doubt that less and less of us have people to confide in we admit to holding back with how we really feel about personal personal things with co workers with our friends even with our partners. We don't want to burden them. We don't WanNa be judged because you know if Gandhi if you come to me complaining about Your Boyfriend Epstein he's a piece of crap and whatever and then we hang out with each other you know the night treat him poorly because you told me he's awful and it turns into a circle you know. It's not good so more and more of us are relying less and less on people we know and we don't want people to confide in now in a world where we're living with with mental health issues and the need to support each other as far as mental health goes. This is not a good thing now. Not everyone can afford to go to a therapist. Yeah there's gotta be gotta be a way for you to have people in your circle to trust. What do you think about this? I'm so guilty of exactly that like I will be the person that I have no problem everyone on come to me with your problems but then when it comes to sharing my own. I'm so much more likely to talk to someone. I'm not that close with about actual problems than people that I am close with like. I know this is ridiculous but I got catfish and I figured it out pretty early on and I just kept talking to this person because I was gonNA tell you anything. 'cause it doesn't really matter you're not real. It was weird. Ah Wow I mean even though you knew that they were lying to you know yeah continued right. I don't know so you know we hear about the you know the pope. You're saying hey people who are doing hair and makeup in nails and things don't don't do Anymore Gossiping just just you know be uplifting it'd be cool I don't know maybe it's good to have those people to go to your bartenders bartenders. To everything I feel a lot of guilt like like personally telling a lot of people that I'm close with certain things that make me sad. I don't want them to have the same sadness for me. I don't like if you're having an issue like you said with a guy right currently right now I have a bunch of friends who are like I wanNa Punch so and sell right in his face and I'm like no don't it's not even that serious and then it makes me not want to talk about it anymore. 'cause I'm like it's not plus don't you you think like if you're in a relationship with someone like you said and then they they only there's three sides every story is your side. There's their side and somewhere in the middle of the truth. So they're going to judge that a person like you said and then say you will say I'm breaking up with him because he's a jackass the next thing you know you're back together. They only hear the jackass side. They hear his side of the story. So they're looking at him. I'm like he's a jackass. Do you know what I mean. I try to keep a lot of things that go down to myself. I don't want people to judge because they don't really know the whole story. Okay so is that healthy. That's the question I don't know it depends. It depends on you depends on what it is. I mean it depends on what else are you going through. I'm sure there are many factors. What about you nate? I'm the kind of person that I really keep. Things bottled in which probably isn't a good thing and the only person I've really talked stuff is the person that cuts my hair right which is healthy in any way shape or form because we're so if you're a person who cuts hair but at the end of your day man you're ready. Have I know. Talk Talk Tequila Somebody that needs a therapist but yeah I think people are more closed off and I think you know social media is probably doing a lot of Therapy in its own right that that people are getting their emotions out in a way that they probably because they're not as awful. That is awful. Thing is if you if if you're if you're blowing steam on social media everyone just thinks you're a big a-hole I mean you're not getting help their usage. That's not right. And plus if I go to Daniel and confide in her about. Alex said something really rude to me last night. kind of hurt my feelings. She's GonNa tell everyone I'm using you as an example. But but you're afraid to confide in people's right and plus you know I just like Gandhi was saying there's so much drama in this world right now that like you you feel bad burdening your friends with your drama. When they have so much drama of their own I mean they don't need your dramas well your family? They just love you so much that any little thing. That's the end of the world and give you a hug. No I'm OK. Well with this said people can fighting less and less than other people keep an eye on your friends. Keep an eye on your family. 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Yeah no one will ever see me cry. I but if you were my shower you'd be like what is wrong with this chick. Plus it's liquid liquid against liquids washes it right away shower. Because of nate I kinda sharp because these hours you the put your head against the wall and go really another thing when you live in a big city like New York City you see people you see he just crowds and crowds of people on the streets time especially during you know work work hours. There's people crying in their one of every twenty. There's there's a sad something going on. Oh Yeah and look. We need to release. We need to cry. I get that sometimes and I know. Don't we have a cry room here at Iheart radio are you okay. Yeah this is in the studio down the hallway. There's like A. It's the health through emotional support room so much onto a damn. No no no. I think that's great. If you need to get away because a lot of us are kind of you know piled on top of each other we gotta get away. Yeah collect your thoughts. We Have A. We have a rumor to like that anyway. So I'm reading this silly survey here of the places where we cry. The car is number one. Yes Sir if you're crying in the car Har it's usually because of a you're going to be you're coming home from work or see you had to get out of the house because you're having an argument you had to get out of your driving. You need how many of you cried in the car I have done. Yep I remember. I was ugly crying so hard once. It was right after my ex-boyfriend and I broke up and I dropped off at the airport to move back home and I was driving being in bowling. And I'm like I should probably pullover. Yeah this is not a good one dangerous. Yeah at work. A lot of people cry at work. Yeah I've quite at work before just walking down the street. I've seen someone crite grocery store like you'll be to the grocery store to me. I gotta go buy some Ham. UH-HUH I need some Swiss cheese and some ham and some bread and then there's someone there crying. They're crying inside. I'll was it well. I don't know they're also dial L.. Well why why I mean I guess when you go to the grocery store that's something you typically do you typically do alone. There's a place you go when you're on your own home so it's a getaway place just like your car so when I first moved here and I told you guys how stressed out. I was looking for apartments I posted that I nearly had a panic attack looking and a friend that I had gone to high school wasn't having spoken to while reach out to me and she said Oh. Honey it's New York City. You can cry anywhere you want people crying the street all the yeah. It's fine I was like. What is this place froggy? Were you crying these days you know I cried in the car so not too long ago as you remember. It's been hell. It's been almost four years ago now. I lost one of my dogs and so I was driving down the road and I saw a billboard for like a service that will come and do pet services at your house house and I instantly just. I could smell my dog everything I pulled over and I just cried and it. It had been three years since I lost them. But it brought everything back and I felt very safe in the car. Nobody was around me. I didn't have to explain to anybody what was wrong and I just got it all out wherever you wanted to drive. Yeah but crying at work work now. I think some people think it's okay some people don't you know I'd look if you have something that's going on and it causes you to cry that you can't always help that you know that you can't always control that I'm hoping you work with people that understand that and they'll they'll be. Hey come here come into my office and John Want they. They know that they WANNA protect you. They know that you don't want the whole office talking about. It's none of their business. It's always good to have one for and you can graduate work. And they'll they'll usher you into the office. Closed the door and make you feel safe share. Make you feel cool. You know face. I don't cry. I cry on the radio I cry I cry I Cry About happy things. That's good times. You do quite happy to your well. It's that drunk Scottish thing you know scary late at night on the curb drunk outside of a bar. I've seen so many girls ugly usually on a Saturday night public space to do it. But that's usually drink in. Crying is different I am I wrong. Maybe I'm wrong. They're usually unreasonable and completely irrational. And you're like why because he didn't get the fries at McDonald's come on we're going home. Twenty three twenty. Three's Allison Allison. Hey Alison how you doing. I'm good how are you doing okay. So you cried on a plane. Yeah that's a tough place to cry. 'cause that's stuck with each other right. So how'd that go. It's very awkward. We were leaving exuma appeared is. We've we've been here for a week and then only on the clue. My husband has seats. We Secretary and I'm not a very good liar anyway and sad about leaving and it was decided he was no on the flight and I was with two little swing. Tears just kept falling and it was still looking at me. Yeah Yeah I know the plane back and you leave. You're leaving paradise. Oh God what are we going home to. We'll take leaving. It was very awkward for me. Try to hide it. I mean did you put your hair. Kenya running down onto my lap. And I was being it was just A. Here's what I was trying to walk away without people looking at me yes. It was very awkward awkward there. Yeah well hoping everything was okay when you got home. It wasn't as bad. You can always go back to vacation. You're good you're good. Alison thanks for listening to US We received a couple of texting. They're they're ugly crying right now because they're listening to our show. I guess it makes them sad. I don't know I think I gotTA agree with you. I think the car is the best place to clear. It just feels very safe. Nobody's around you don't have to explain yourself anybody you could pull over whether it's a parking lot or if you could you know composer yourself and driving cry you can do that to Andrea online twenty four x car right now start crying Hey Andrea so where you work. They have a crying couch now. Was this set aside by by the management or it's just a place if you just know you there when you want to cry Kind of both so I work in childcare and we have a really unique program program where we serve a lot of People that have had severe trauma kids that have been homeless foster head so we have a lot of really challenging behaviors and a lot of really horrible sad stories that come with a lot of our kids crying and There's just sometimes the kids come in and we need a break and we go in there and we talk to the boss and it's a really safe place and I think thanks pretty much. Everyone is user and it's pretty awesome. Actually I guess that's the key words safety. Yeah you don't WanNa cry unless you feel safe safe right like no one's going to judge me or no one's GonNa see me and the people that do see me aren't gonNa tell everyone. Oh Wow Alice's crying that crybaby me. That's the problem with work. Sometimes I think like it would be nice if you're in a place where you felt safe but if you're the boss at work and you're having a rough day and you cry that might beat hindrance to your job and people around you respecting you and listening to you. Well thanks for listening. We may all come over and borrow the crying couch today. So who's state. What's that Daniel is? The one that likes to make people cry. Likes to see me on not here. No one likes to make people cry. You're a bad person. If you made somebody cry. Thanks you have person x sport. It's nine Lauren. let's go see Lawrence to Lawrence so you were on the plane crying. What happened is my first international flight and I was going to visit my boyfriend? We've been dating but he'd always come here to New York. He lives in Canada and I. It was my first light without anybody and it was I eat. Our lakes lives on the west coast of Canada. And I was fine up until like I sat down and I wasn't even even like deep in the plane I was like I'll like twenty and I just broke down and started crying and the the On I got already custody quarter but yeah she comes over and she's a okay. I'm fine I'll be fine. I just like I need to relax. She was like well. Let's can you up a couple of seats and I thought it was GONNA be just a couple of feet. She ended up moving me into One of the first class pods arise. Wow how Crowley tripods. I'll have a good cry. POD got my hold on a second. This is a great scam. You got not not for you. This wasn't a scam. 'cause you were really crying but so they bumped up to first class. 'cause you're crying and coach crying and it wasn't even like Kota I'm not flying buzzing in the back the plane I was likely no. I know you're crying and they wanted to. They wanted to give you this. They wanted to give you the safety of a cry pod. I'm not making fun of you and anyone who's crying. I'm just saying sometimes you see an empty seat up there it's going wasted. They made a dinner for him. You know form free cocktails. I thought that like like the pod next to me was a couple that just had a baby and the baby like kept crying and for me. I'm a priest. I was a preschool teacher. So for me like a crying crying baby I can fix that. Like really easy. Goes like yeah. That was nice you can. I like seeing hold the baby and to get take it and the guy was like you used to a stranger. Okay it was a stranger Thank you Laurin. Hold on. One wasn't a stranger. They gave their kid to a crying strangers. Interest which trust we trust people cry cry extremes right so observed where you crying the most we say we we say the car do all vote. The car is the best place to get into the shower. The three things you need to know right now. What's going on about how influencers are putting out a lot of false and deadly information formation sometimes on instagram and recent beauty trend? That Kim Kardashian was promoting a while ago called. The vampire facial has ended up with two people getting it in New Mexico and having HIV from the procedure. Don't do that. It's an albuquerque. I saw. Don't get the vampire facial they'll get. The vampire facial a lot of people are saying. It's a bad bad plant. Don't do it. Yes so this happen one to two people because it was not a clean facility. All Right California's drinking water could be causing cancer. According to research by the environmental working group they say that particles of arsenic uranium a an radium have been found in the tap water so be careful there to get bottled water. Maybe Poland Springs. I Dunno and finally facebook just announced a dating service. There's a lot of people are excited about this not just because facebook but apparently because facebook owns instagram. They're hoping that now. INSTAGRAM will be added into this as well. And you can match with people. You've never met talk to ever in your entire life and get matched up secretly. Be excited about that. If you want to another place to find love thank you. Thank you Gandhi. All right your phone tap away back back Wednesday phone type. I mean there's an old phone tap from scary. We're giving it to you next. Hank's is this conversation. Really keep the listeners thrilled. Yes Elvis Duran in the morning show. Audible is my secret superpower running around New York audible APP engaged. I've got bestselling audiobooks the latest news. Motivation and tons more. I'm listening while I'm living my best life and I love it. Your first audio book is free. So get it at audible dot com slash Elvis. Ask Elvis Duran phone tap dear Elvis Duran from me my seventy nine year old. Mom just had a new phone installed. Wouldn't it be great for her first. Call to be from Mr Michael Oppenheimer. Yeah I think so scary. Is Michael Oppenheimer Mimi. Amy Is listening in the background. Let's phone tap mom. Good Morning. This is Mr Michael Oppenheimer from QVC QVC stands for quality value and convenience. Look no I'm not interested. You know I was up saying I'm an old lady. Have to run down the stairs. My Buddy hurts thank you hello yes good morning Mr Michael Oppenheimer with QVC where QVC's conic. I would say I am you and you're telling me that your body is hurting you. We have vitamins on sale at this time Hello this is Mr Michael Oppenheim from. QVC This is the third time you call. What are you calling me for the phone? I let the phone. I just don't go with you. Don't call me anymore go Yes keep getting disconnected. I don't get this. I handed the in front of time. I just don't kick calling. Don't go here anymore. No okay anymore on call the cops told me control hosiery on sale for just past the intimates. Oh my God I'm going to go to copy you Hello this is Mr Michael Belco anymore. You understand that maybe you have some people to shop for any woman right. Okay got anymore. I love coach coat gallery. Oh qualified for a code of the week we carry hats and earmuffs. You're about my own. What do these are muffs for your ears? I seventy nine years old. Maybe a man in my life I your I if I'm ready right Mrs Towards please she just went to the hospital is you sound attack is Mrs towards no well this is not these are sister seeming. Just give me your number because call you. I don't have a direct line. Maybe I could maybe to do a forklift and the money. I'm by the hell out of you. Maybe you could call me from your new cell. Phone who's sane. ABC See. Maybe you'd like to all day long at and talk to you okay. We'll show you don't you don't and you keep on talking and talking to you. Know be gracing. AC matter you must drive you your wife grazing poor thing. I feel sorry for good. So give it to your family. Maybe they I needed. We're rich people we don't need any. You're selling off jewelry jewelry salesman. Because you're not. Yeah I got a heart attack. I'M GONNA blame you for it and then I'm going to go up to your family. My my son in law is a police officer. He's going to be on your case. You understand that. Turn your phone tap is Mrs Mrs Torrens Mrs Taurus. You're playing a joke on you. It's just to have an idea for a drain dot com. Click on the phone. Tell us that's what you WANNA do. This phone tap was recorded with permission. Granted by all participants the Elvis Duran. Phone tab on Elvis Duran and the morning. Show tweet Elvis Elvis Duran and he may put you on the Air East Coast. Yeah we're talking about all the creepy. DM's we get every day. I just think if you're gonNA CREEP INTO OUR DM's you're writing a love fall into someone. Like Gandhi look you up on the screen. Make sure you're not that posing pictures of you and you girl friend is well. You know it's kind of funny as well. Ever since I announce that I'm engaged to be married to Alex. More Geyser percenting depict why now. Where were you when I needed you? Yesterday I got video of somebody body walking through their room with romantic music putting rose petals all over the ground. There was champagne in the background. And then they just kind of put the camera over to the bed and there was a heart and I swear to you it was made a flood. Oh Gosh chlorine creep into our D. of highly entertaining creepy before we get into a couple more items from Daniel Great. He wants to bring up something on tomorrow's show Great has the floor. Go Ladies and gentlemen. I want to know how many men Dan that are listening right now have gone and tried on women's panties alone at home and you've looked at yourself in the mirror not in front of your girlfriend or your wife but on on your own right and on the other hand ladies how many of you have privately put on your boyfriend's Jock. Strap strap no underwear yet so On your boyfriend's underwear but that's not as weird as we're talking about when you do it with them in there. It's all in fine but if you do it when you're like so you take their laundry out you look at it like I'm trying to. I seen nothing wrong with it. I think it's great to experience. What else you got to walk in someone else's shoes you know what goes well? There's a big difference in like you said trying them on for fun like I've done it for fun just to be funny but by myself alone so you thought about it twins Cabanis tomorrow. We'll talk about it tomorrow. That's a great question it wh- really boils down. To how comfortable are you doing stuff like that. And it's not that big of the. Da People make big deal out of it. There's something dirty about it. Oh wait a second depends on like I can picture froggy putting them on and then I have a totally totally different picture of great pudding whenever I would never wear. Uncle Janis depends all right. Let's get into Daniel Daniel Enya okay. We're GONNA OKAY TOMORROW WE'RE GONNA put it on the clock If our senior executive producer nate would present on the clock we have a guaranteed winner of conversation on tomorrow's show. Wait the going. Who is Yara in game of thrones? Yup She actually has a brand new baby and she said that in between filming coming battle scenes. On game of thrones. She would go nurse the baby in the back. Well Dan is warrior. Worried about asking. I wonder how she got her out of the armor so quick. GLADE so crazy The child's play remakes opening up against toy story four. So you have chucky going against woody on June twenty-first so Chaki just just came out with a brand new poster to promote the movie and it basically looks like he killed woody from toy story. tweeted it out for you. At at Daniel Minero sookie would ever wear woody's jockstrap. I'm going to go ahead and say no okay do I think think-i would you wear jock straps. I don't know but when t- he asked me that I was like I don't think I've ever encountered John Athletic supporters. See them at the store food. I know they have the ones with the underwear that have it in it but I don't know all everybody is. Let's talk about kid rock a lot but he is getting a seven foot tall. Scroll sculpture of a hand flipping the bird for his Nashville home. He the idea from Vermont. Man Put one on his property because he was protesting local leaders. That weren't letting him develop on his land. My question is can't people complain plane about this. That if you put someone giving the finger in your law can't people tell you to take it down or no freedom of expression I but that's a little much much now grew it depends on what is lewd. And what is not lewd. I think it'd be really great. I consider it a piece of art. Okay so I love this. Slowest variety came out with a list of Hollywood salaries so Ryan Reynolds is doing a movie for Netflix. It's called six underground. No release date yet. Twenty seven million bucks guys getting paid Dwayne the Rock Johnson doing fast and furious presents. Hobson Shaw for the big screen. He's getting paid. Twenty million dollars Robert Downey Junior. We'll be doing the voyage of Dr Doolittle. He's getting twenty million. Well Smith seventeen million for bad boys for life and the list goes on and on and on and look. I think it's awesome that these people make a lot of money because you know they bring a lot of money in for the studios but when you think about what they do and what teachers do and other people like me sat time. We should be paying teachers. What these people people are people that save our lives this amount of money? You know it's crazy but hey you know what we all go see. The movies and empire has been renewed for season but Jesse smell. It may not be back. They did extend his contract. It was it was decided to do that. They just don't know they don't know what to do with his character of Jamal. He's definitely not coming back in the beginning of the season. So so they're gonNA take some time and figure it out if I was them I'd be like listen. You tell us exactly what happens number and then we'll give you your back. He's not GonNa do that he's never would never get to know the truth ever anyway. That's going on well. 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Kirk Minihane on NBC and the Persistence of Traditional Masculinity in News Media (Also Gerry Callahan Calls In)

The Kirk Minihane Show

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Kirk Minihane on NBC and the Persistence of Traditional Masculinity in News Media (Also Gerry Callahan Calls In)

"All right anyway here we are so much less energy this fucking story. I Want Steve Ninety seven stories in front of me except for the one I actually wanted yeah. Yeah I mean there. There are how many stores in front of me magistrate has been a home of sexual harassment three fucking miles. I'll stories. NBC But the one story I want from the gist of it yeah I suppose anyways want to wish bruce springsteen happy birthday seventieth. If you want a Cami all leave him one he's the greatest person this world's ever produced. He's my hero We'll not at my dad's gone. He's my only living male hero embodiment. He's my father now. He's a father that I need. He's the manatees manatees that'd be a better father and it'd be better I love you bruce springsteen. I love you. I love you happy birthday hugs and kisses xuxa love. You think you've you today on your seventieth birthday. I miss you and I love you so much so there you go. How are you celebrating just a day bruce? That's all music jamming in your this is a person who's running this March. You know taking my ass yeah. It's not what your favorite springsteen song. Mike Boorda run is a Helluva fuck off fuck off glory days and as we go from birthdays. Do you know when there's life. There's death obviously that's sort of the circle of life and the beauty of it the beauty of this fucking microphone. I sound so different I sound different. I sound echoey. Go silently echo sound good. I don't care what you have. You doesn't matter that's couple. We've heard that both losers. It doesn't matter anyway as we say hello to. Bruce springsteen's turned seven all the babies born today. I will not be here Wednesday just a heads up. I'll be attending the wake of Dana Jacobson. Oh Yeah I'M GONNA fly for the services because a man standard her for an extra second so I'm with all the people in the media. It was really really really really really. It was the worst thing I've ever seen anybody do rough it was it wasn't right. No he stared at her for an extra second glared bill working barstools remiss. If I didn't ask I do know tune in to to begin to Wednesday's that was really like to put the Jacobson Jacobsson through that it's almost like it was almost as if her job was to ask questions and occasionally people won't be that friendly to her and that's the downside of one of the the easiest jobs ever created where you ask stupid questions that don't you know never gonNA yield an answer but I thought it was weird. Was it's almost like belching treated her like he treats every man. Oh so what you're saying is it's interesting boy. All the male media people who jumped your defense are almost sexist in the way a little bit. I was definitely and defend herself is what they're saying almost yeah and I think she can and I didn't think she thought it was a big deal like I mean I understand that you know human decency and all that I mean I guess he could be nicer but but so what yeah well I think Dave Brown nicer. If you look at the video she puts the microphone back in his face without asking a question and he just stands there like doing yeah. This is what I was saying last night and I was talking to you know he's being addict and I said well if you watch it sort of awkward because he says I think he says thanks and walks away. I I mean clearly. He wasn't being unfriendly but he's never dick but it's almost like he was acting exactly how he's acted for. Twenty nine understand weird. I'm not of the crowd that's like Oh. That's epic that whole. This is the coolest thing I've ever seen. I think his name it's fucking. It's really not moment either but it's also not this thing all these media. There's no bigger group pussies in the media. They see them all crying yesterday. This is reduced these tweets. This is ridiculous. Injure Marchand fucking Drellich and all these like what does it decency of its place it society anymore. What do you want him to say in that situation anyway really it? Let me think Dana really good question. I'm not sure if that was it or if it was the report the tex-mex let me think let me think about these. fucking doesn't doesn't WanNa talk about that and wouldn't wouldn't it be a little pandering if ballot check only treated women like that if you every man like an asshole and a woman asked him a question he's like well. Let me get into that. Let me give you the answer but I I don't know she was good good for her to ask the question got asking he didn't answer and then we're done. I mean it sort of is and then there was this thing during the I dunno and I get it people hate Bella check. I have no problem with that but it was just it's just this fucking thing where what what do you want now on the hugger and then what Popovich does it everyone's like Oh. It's so Austin areas. You know why that is G. No I tell you I have no idea I can't think of any reason he's a big fucking liberal. In Bella check wrote a letter to trump and that's part the two that is part of the whole thing and the Patriots cheat and they went all the time all that bullshit but Popovich is also now sort of wink wink with this like he's sort of like yeah yeah that makes them kind of a pussy. My I don't know yeah it's pretty natural with bell check. He's an asshole. He's just an asshole about him like you'll be on my old station today and those guys will ask a couple of a couple of tough questions and he'll just up. We're moving are moving on. We play Yep. We're looking where they buffalo next week. yeah thinks Yeah Ron the buffalo that and that's you know that's what he I don't know and I think they actually handled it pretty. Damn well like you WANNA say they should have signed in the first place okay but once they they said there was no clear line and that line was when he sent text messages to a woman. Why won't you do that? Belgium's press conference on Friday. I happen to see the clipped everyone happened. He walked out in that this before they released Brown in it. He actually let slip music. We're looking into some things the minute he said that as well he's gone. They're releasing. There's no he'd never say shit like that so they waited in for them like they were going to let the system play out I think until he fucking sent text messages to this woman who was ah which is at that point. You say we can't trust this guy at all yeah. It was the first concrete evidence they had that. He's done something stupid that he doesn't like right well. I think they opened but he clearly he wasn't. My guess is the Patriots said Okay. I'm Tuesday or Wednesday spend too much time in the specimens per spur but they must have said to him. Listen like okay. This has happened in the past from now on. You can't do any of this shit and he did something and they say goodbye. I'll tell you what I like about it. It's almost like they broaden Antonio Brown. Some questions were raised. They waited to find an answer when they learned more and they didn't like that and I hope it's not a trend we start in this. Here's the thing and I and I appreciate what Tarasova and Dan Shaughnessy from the Boston Globe wrote we'll start with Tara Sullivan which I didn't think we're forwards ever say on the show who who says Patriots fans explanation for Antonio Brown yeah. I'm waiting to hear it Tara what I mean. I know some fans are dumb. They're not dumb. I think we all understand why they released Antonio Brown. They signed. Can we get it all the whole they signed him. They thought he was a really good pain. In the ass asked they took a flyer and it turns out he's a pain in the ass. They got rid of him and by the way they got rid of him to the point where the only really have to pay him in Brown flipped out once he found out the tweet some stupid shit and and by the way also say this I saw an Jerry and bunch of other people shitting on Brown I agree grammatically. This is not we're not talking about you know the great right as the Norman mailers the Kirkman Hands Shakespeare's but oh Lord understand the times he's larger point was there in a league where in owner can get arrested forgiving blown by a prostitute and nothing happens there are allegations against him and he's out of a job here if he throwing three or four comments in there I think that the the other three talking about the different strokes tweet reading that made a lot of sense like that that is true. That's the way it is but he's right. I mean that is that that's a massive double standard right. I know last is the governor of the team here so why what's funny about that another thing that's right. That's correct title. What do you think why what was it before? I don't want to say okay yeah. He's the governor of the Patriots John Lieutenant Governor Bill Bell Checks. Now secretary is demeaning right yes. I think you start changing like Hillary Clinton or Secretary of state where they changed that today. They didn't know but I know that's today. You have to start on you. The bill wouldn't change it. Why would they secretary? Secretary is a demeaning to women the office manager of state right even that I don't know Bush are we can say about Brown. Just oh well the cost me. A little bit was where he's like. Ben Rothlisberger only got four games. Don't compare yourself to that might be a little. He was reeling at at that point but I would say the Tara Sullivan what again as I was asked. What would you like the Patriots to do about this like be serious so steve the Bureau Patriots Fan? Whatever you're on the other side of this you want an explanation well yeah I mean what would you like Bill Belichick to do today? He just needs to come out and admit that he doesn't really think rape is a big deal deal okay but I don't think he thinks I'll tell me Tara clearly does well. That's what she wants. She wants they need to pull back the curtain on the sinister motivations behind the Patriots signing Antonio Brown this on this show this one is gonNA leave a stain. She writes which I don't think she was being purposely punny. They're oh. I don't think I'd be surprised she's read. The complaint against Antonio Ballot. Check did something she writes. I'm just saying before. Belgium did something that no general manager coach ever do he got greedy. You stockpile talented player. He didn't necessarily need that wanted nonetheless you honestly think the Patriots aren't favored to reach. AFC Title Game Without Brown this this woman is paid to write about sports and that's what she said. That's her take on it. Like why get any better what the guys you're good enough Patriots Fair for everyone else. What is brain you have to play all four cores of every dame? If the dolphins signed Antonio we wouldn't even make a fuss about it and they'll be deal what fucking moron I mean really fuck and to be clear man that wrote that now you at Matt's Entre contractually contractually I'm sports writers. I know she sucks at this job. It's still in the early goings Sunday without all purpose. James White Brady complete passes the bolden Gordon Element Komo in Dorset ultimately scoring opening touchdown run by Michelle on the field this mattress chewy Antonio Brown who is he like that's our point yeah they beat some shit team and you know like they don't need brown because they could be like that argument would be you know they were in the AFC title game ever twelve years ago before they added Mawson Welker like why do do that yeah but that's a fair I think of is a young twenty eight year old Steve Robinson looking up at Robert Kraft and saying Mr why do you. Why did you put this child? Dunk it just a young boy. It's it's amazing to me. In the end. It was craft who acted the separate team from Brown. I don't even know that's true radish. You know that but I mean action on this one Bella check who is annoyed by perceived or actual distractions like fuck this like finally fucking like it was going to go to war probably of crap happened. He was John Shaughnessy. Who all week long? This is why my larger point is white apology suck. It's why the one apologize suspended for eight fucking apologies all week weeklong everyone all these fucking finger wags in for once they're wagging they're fingers out and said fucking wagging. They're fingers inside frigging interns they say Patriots get Trauma Susan his Patriots. It's getting points for releasing Antonio Brown all this and you have to release veterans and they do it and they say fuck. You sound like you literally can't no you can't now by the way I don't like. They did it to appease the Boston Globe but no you know it's just unbelievable you know if the red sox there would be to appease the media the Patriots do because they think it's the right decision and that's not good enough. No it's not good enough for them to morally and and for the team think it's the right decision and then and then you know obviously as I mentioned this before the irony is so thick fucking die choking on on it is that you know they they you know should on the Patriots for Friday afternoon news dump on this when they released their sexual report Friday afternoon five forty eight pm like they do they. They did the same exact fucking thing Tara Sullivan they own the narrow tweet last night. Kevin Cullen never explained himself ever you think the Boston Globe owes owes its readers and explanation. Let's say far more the Patriots I mean Kevin Cullen did within newspapers far more damaging than Brandon two football teams that made stuff up about the most important store in history the city so now because of Kevin Cohen and others like him when you read the Boston Globe. You're not sure if what you're reading is try. I'm GonNa Watch Patriots next Sunday. I'm pretty sure I know the playing football. It'd be one thing it's the equivalent honestly of gambling against the Patriots. Yeah that's close you could get to sport to a Colin. Did you know I know it's a far-reaching but it'd be like they were throwing games or you know points or whatever I'm out of gambling expert Mike you are well. That's true. Did you might a hell of a roll today you. Oh you sweet sweet the table last night three today. Baby Parlay wow how much money to make two hundred and fifty claims she's wondering fifty fucking casinos unbelievable look I mean that he gets a drop from you'll extra cabbage wasn't a drop from you on the line. I don't think so thank you. Owe me a sound bite but I thought we were on the same side side of that one. I don't remember I thought Thursday. You said you would give Mike happening. Do it back to the Invest I pay my pay my debts we have till Thursday to the NBC story here in the second. I those good they did a good job and Shannon will join us at what time she let me check my email. I'm sure she's gotten back to me by now. All these people have the sexual expert at the University of wherever do me a favor the red or the article. Please don't sale last name. I play not to have done that so far so Marie Harden one of the professors who's quoted one of the experts hard. It's like they wanted us to do this Moraine. She's like one of the third or fourth who is just leaving the country as soon as I asked her to carry strange. Although you know honestly obviously they're naked. They're probably going to some fucking conference Switzerland or something on the fucking who-who about the what was the one for Penn State. Oh really oh yeah. That's what I WANNA hear from the University of one year from I although my my man John Ziegler is is fucking long message the other days you want me to have mon- because he's got some evidence for the paternal stuff really I guess Malcolm glad well. His New Book Like Talks Ziegler N- is convincing duckie's innocent. I'll tell you if anyone's convince you gotta weigh about down and he wears you down until until your true imagine that being your thing though I say he's guilty obviously yeah but let's say you're convinced industies innocent what's wrong with something should fight for and that's always what I it but honestly if you think he's innocent and he's riding in jail reputations ruined you shouldn't fight and why should you fight for somebody else and not him if he's in your your the Yes about Alex Jones guys like that where it's like if they believe what they're saying than what they're doing isn't raw you out to be a monster for being a conspiracy theorist but they believe that's an awful thing is happening in. They're trying to expose right. You know what I mean. No yeah again. If you believe the Sandy Hook thing. I think you're a moron but if you believe that that's what happened then exposing I guess but I think that they shouldn't be going after the family and also I just think that's so removed from reality right. It's not the hill you really want to die because there's a one percent chance that you're wrong. It's frigging them. Yeah Yeah so anyway. What was I saying Ziegler who knows any? NBC We're looking at these women who were quoted in the story in the okay. Okay well then the second can I do. I even want to dip my toe into this. Mike Groupie thing or do I just I do. I just stay away away from injuries. Do you want to dip your whole foot. I don't know how hard do you want to get. I don't know I I'm thrilled for once. A lunatic is away from my orbit in Mike's Orbit well someone pointed out with rich Kelleher. We know how you're going to die and now we know how I'm going to die. That's fun seems to be a really big fan. It's freeing yeah. I'm still not completely buying weird way. I'm I have a theory. I think someone's using her. Oh you agree with that. It seems like Gary Find Mike's Groupie here eh our little mikey wanted me to shut up to you and see if you wanted to join us at red thirteen studios tonight Steve's cooking up some red snappers and we're just is going to hang out and let loose a little bit cleese. Don't forget the Romans whites. We WanNa make sure a little Mikey can last the most offensive part of this is that Steve Steve would-be involved in any way so I saw on twitter that some of the tweets at the discord people talk to reflect six hours right some fans who are supposed to be a work like ruining Greg Hill Vikings NBC or his fucking barrel so I don't usually ultimate much fucking heads up your asses and start fighting. Stop fucking flirting with some girl who's being used by some other fucking idiots where war here you said you so yeah. You're Kinda hot. Well Yeah Nice tits Eh showing them like what the fuck there is some information that distracted fucking step up here Jesus Christ I will say her name is apparently brandy right. What are the odds uh-huh so the woman who sent us the first batch of red snappers also brandy did the blind Mike Grouping conspiracy see starter snappers so what that's what I'm saying? I think she's legit okay. We got that doesn't mean that Boyfriend Susan. Whenever is right would I is that you're nothing nothing I mean she may very well be attracted to you got on the phone away from her boyfriend Asher six questions about the show them pretty quickly? You don't think so no who do you have a candidate. If somebody's putting up to know that I don't know but I do think it is I think we nailed it with a fifty eight year old man and his their girlfriend lender sister or friend or whatever and it because because I message with the account I said hey this is pretty funny. Keep up the good work and then Eh keep it up to me a threesome with her and your mom no okay well. You wouldn't what I understand. You leave arrive fucking my mother so anyways says they say I am girl. Why won't you believe me and I said that question is asked sure no? I think you're in a weird pretty concrete group love. DM's and asked for a video. I said Hey let's put your money. The mouths wow fucking server and nice and tidy twelve hours later so that came out the suspect still there's some you know why we'll say the Chinese awfully knowledgeable the show so maybe she's just really big fan. Maybe maybe she'll beat the life to have a nice Komo t-shirt where you can get it. Cookman Hint Show Dot Com oh she does in that picture anyways okay well. That's good all right. Mike site not good enough to see that that's photoshop really it is clear Kirkman DOT com so it's photo shopped picture okay so we can figure who this is. It's kind I want to get her on the show. I sure Mike and talk to her. I guess why not point this week. Oh are you real yeah one second all right okay Mandarin. Here's my other note before we get into the NBC stuff. Have we covered the my group here anymore. Mike any thoughts of how much more all evidently Gordon my fucking losers the minivan's a former minute fans who at now I think maybe tend to move away from them and find it. You know me like I could start a start a whole new world already right and left me. Is Her fuck only defense tomorrow. What's what's the beef with fucking again? We're at war and they're sitting there flirting with this girl for fifteen hours over the weekend well it's the weekend now we take the weekend off. You Know Shannon Hodan they bother. They bothering Greg Hill today. Are they fucking going after are they do in doing God's work now this can you show a little nipple they can they see a top like what the fuck not a lot of girls into that World Steve from Providence fucking leader of the perverts great friend of mine but Jesus Christ Christ. I think it's funny. Steve Steve responded to one of my tweets with like a enough about the Patriots. What is what is your deal with? This woman in May and people are responding what's going on. What am I Jeez? I think it's time after Friday I think we need to put her her on ice for a little bit. I need a break okay good. We're all good. We're everyone's on board on that one hundred percent support. I like to people messaging me saying like you know I love. The show. Killer is not gonNA be on every we days. Don't worry about that. Don't worry about that. I know this is going to upset Him but then the one him coming on to make the case about him not being on. I just want to take Capriccio. We need a break. I'm going to say I don't have confident Kelleher either. Throw in the arms around my answer. I mean he's always. KFC always takes this calls talk about fucking the biggest minute. He's taking over for the minute fans. Oh yeah he's hosting shows if he did a minute alive fan show on Sirius. Xm On yeah he had fucking fucking Keller on yet beyond right start at the bottom and they went to be. I mean you know maybe he'll just Minna sells. You call them insult Dell's that's not as good no say no. It's so much better. I don't understand it so interesting bands rhymes with your name and it's just it's a brand yeah so I was listening to. KFC AFC talk about you and I was like you know who this reminds me of his singleton this he's not he's not as good as this. Radio reminds me of Singleton. I don't know why I mean I do know why I I. I don't know why I'm getting so deep into the world I have been listening to the Minihan podcast because I do think that man's as a rare talent at lear you know I'm a Craig Carton guy growing up and then he's a little bit like him in the sense that they all her shoot straight but I mean as much as carton did shoot straight I appreciate that candor so I've been listening that is uh there Craig Carton Oh Jesus Christ and then but then you know he is in man he is in deep yeah in today at some point with Casey and Kravis is going to be like you know this. Do you think she's despite my groupies. Who Do you think who do you think your partner breadline are? Who is it that'd be greater raider? He starts naming off like the the real. I mean who's doing this. This is Casey. I'm going to stop you from this is classic but at the same time I'm you know I it's got six hundred seventy all over it. It's collaboration. SP head is now what you go through that if you can find their facebook's and see if this boroughs the neither pictures that'll tell us he's in. I appreciate it yeah I didn't hear him with. HP by the way was contentious or no on no he just add MHP. I'll come on the show which after change your twitter handle to Jonathan Devon put up a stink about it but it's like everybody knows his name now so he's going to do it eventually really I think. KFC still won't go up fucking. He'll go on only listens. He would do it for you because that's what a minute fan would if you're giving him the orders to go on I know now he I heard. DC thank him. He's one of the editors of the week in review now. Do you know come in and help them. Some sound good script writing. He goes over his house. He just enjoys the process. If you want to use any of the barstool equipment I feel we can send you out a box. I could see him taking over for I could see. KFC IN HP. It's a great feeling in Yeah Yeah right when during the holidays or something yeah yeah. She's got a lot on his plate. You know yeah it was fine. I called in the weeds. Bullshit flicked ten minutes. Wasn't I didn't know there. Was You know I thought it was pretty good. It was fine wanted to get to the bottom of this hot. Dog Contest himself should be institutionalized. That's ridiculous the you didn't you did lie about me though I say so that I I'd lost the hotdog eating contest. You didn't lose you know the first one you said. You said that I lied about coming in second well. I think you did did not tenure all the all. The evidence supports what was Harlan Akers was it. It was two thousand eight but you don't know that it'll be two thousand eight. Hundred Sixty eight doesn't mean it didn't happen okay but where's the proof Harlan accuracy proof my hand Harlan Akerson I would what do you think the trophy more than one more than one. Nobody believes it Harlan Akerson does I don't believe he exists. AKERSON could've been created by at the same time. If you think you've finished second after watching the other day you blind. I was thinking that yesterday came again. Some some skinny skinny man just walked in here. Wipe the floor. Four hotdogs is no way for hot. Dogs came up short did to rewriting history now so you had five five I had five hot dogs hot dog in the bunk correct. Yes he had four completed four four and a half you know you completed for four and a half okay and that's not any hotdog eating contest and the saddest part was watching him after this supposed grand champion of hotdog eating oh Mike I don't know if I can produce the show now press buttons 'cause my stomach stomach pussy it four hotdogs four dogs before deal. I mean you know the methods of it was gross but still yeah so soon Putin the cooler here. That was a nice touch so you know so. You've never want hotdog eating contest no okay but we're going to dexter the summer. Yes good we win then you have to build up your I think you have to build the train more. Let's do it again. Friday goes in to the rich. It's GonNa be the same six I will say the was worth it for that picture of you with Callaghan Fox to that was no acting right there. The other thing is I love the Kelleher as like a wacky psychic now yeah. I can't tell them Richard Richard Thomas just the douchebag like who who in the minihan world looks around and thinks you what rich Kelleher is going to be my guy like me. Why does he like? Why did he wear Tom Brady Jersey in? I don't know why people like that. Listen to the show. I hate that guy. That'll take advantage vantage Kelleher the second he has an opportunity. I thought maybe by my scruples Keller sister. That's interesting. It's an interesting possibility playing the I don't no no pulling the strings gingers me. Something fucked up mega yes so I lied how you said that. You said that I lied about the hotdog eating contest Dexter okay but I think he did but I didn't thing I'm fine open to where where you want us. Mike I'm with you. I mean after watching Mike that woeful performance mind you actually even the hotdog eating contest you go with your guy next to you even next to Cuckoo contest in your own ballgame what he calls the other day the baseball game the audience audience obvious. Where'd you grow up audience text vein so they don't retire no Milton's we going to build this week? We're going to buildings on Thursday to get our New York close okay. I'm looking forward to that so we're New York in to achieve today. We'll be in your Chris. It really YEP train training out October. what that Sunday already book your travel well mccoubrey Now You're you're. You're good per day pornos throwing me under the bus here talk to the boss says I'm lying. I July and he says he agrees degrees. I Have Steve is now somebody on the Blind Mike Group. You'd think somebody tweets elastic. Ask that's the last thing year we're going to see had commented. Actually the first thing is you know usually the combatants for men's suits between the cats and his team delay this fall close the expertise impeccable sense of style to keep looking sharp of professional no matter what you wear to work Mar Milton's carries all the latest jeans and Khakis every type of shirt shirt hoodie Jackie you can imagine all by most popular brands Ben Sherman Levi's Ted Baker Johnnie O. Vineyard Vine so I'm looking to be Super Almond coming warned suits at this place and I thought the suit by my impression podcast suits. I feel like you're not as funny feel warm I but I wanNA look very business casual. Is that okay okay so I'm GonNa go look great. You think yacht rock point is not what you're talking about. I know what you're talking about. It's completely the wrong but we can all different directions so mike and you can wear suits and look fantastic and I can go a little more casual look fantastic. That's what you can correct so go the milnes if you're a minivan if you're not too busy fucking flirting with a pretend groupie with some guy next door laughing at you. It's a real woman. Go the Milton's. Are you real. Are you real real real a real fucking Mike sending these messages South Shore Plaza braintree in Chestnut Hill Square Chestnut Hill Milton Dot com these store from an we're going to be there on Thursday. I'm GonNA milnes this week. Would you please spend a little bit of cash there and say you there because of the Kirk Minahan show you that help us out and we love love love love love Milton's. These men will be there this week all right. Let's get into showing please so this is first of all. It's weird like fifty fifty fifty different levels seemingly only out of nowhere Saturday afternoon. Yeah you know and let's go. We'll just go through the habit. I guess you know and I I do think there's something to the idea of of I'm sorry the Shirley methodology of you know. Let's just pray about Barstool. They'll fucking tweet about it. I think board and say there's nothing interesting going on right. It's right about that important oil and Erica and big cad Manhattan all of them everyone. I bet you got more impressions ain't the first of all who the fuck me news the website. Oh that's who who who knew who Shannon Ho was eight hundred followers and she'll never write anything. It's like Shirley. You said the five most read things shows have written all stuff that we tweeted well well. That's where I get into. It is like it may be the only way this stops if we stop responding to it because you know they're doing it so that portnoy fires back or whatever and then all of a sudden release Click Click on it. I feel like you've got to respond. I think you have to ask. I understand that but I can't do it so we'll just go through. The story. We'll talk about the company is the National Broadcasting Company Shannon. How is her name? which I assured is real funny? That's her name. Of course you would say that you man that her a pen name to get people in trouble maybe when the news broke September ten the lawsuit had been filed against. Nfl Star Receiver Antonio Brown accusing him of Rape Barstool sports like many other other websites published an article about the comments in an article that told the real story so first of all. She doesn't even link to the Barstool story about it. She likes the NBC News Story so right away. You know like if you're trying to bring down bar linked to the actual fucking story right I know I mean a screen shot of the comment section the thing that's what you do if you're trying to present facts reasonable argument so she basis entire story on this next sentence really came. Marco did a pretty good job. He did something that wasn't Megan Kelly. I don't really understand that as part of the headline because they said Brussels conservative. I know Kelly's conservative I guess but I I don't know I mean I think I think she was there for all by this month with is what you're talking about the toxic masculinity you can do much better than her much better. They did a good job. He's an asshole be jump but he won't break up my family me and my daughter not GonNa do it. No you're not no okay. You're at Eliane one of these podcast. Is Your this Steve. Hello the fuck was that it's happening with a fucking Mike. You're you're here by my Mike Ruby. How'd you find me to fuck was that Hello on personally serial killer message board and he has do you have the sound or no? We like each other a lot. Is it just doing the folding why not l. e. a loved what you were talking about the whole like eight second quarter. You want me to just sort of getting eight one seven courts but the whole thing in order loved what you were talking about on the show yesterday Australian Australia Australia million yeah I will say this if we get a hundred one hundred Australian Australia fans to go to a live show. Do we're flying there all right okay. We are flying to Australia to alive. Wouldn't what financial move no. Oh not quite tickets are under his daddy will handle the airfare. I'm paying for the airfare one hundred Australian minivans. You'RE GONNA pay for airfare. Yes okay. Yes yes in the lodging. Okay there. You go okay two hundred L. E. I loved what you were talking about on the show yesterday may you you were amazing so much angst name Elliott on Kurt Hermens show yesterday I did how is asked my boy. That's your guy. We like like each other a lot. That's really Oh oh you adopted. He adopted you. We all don't you all confines in the world adopted you creepy doll. You put like maybe retrospect maybe this place is a little to Manley man. We love the I love that you did. I love that you went on there. What you try you try to air win gives a really that big a deal as they're all eating by the way what was that I was eating and drinking pink Whitney? A wacky wacky shows where they're eating all the time or something. Maybe we'll have you eat during the show and I'm like okay so the quick that didn't sue Mike so it was a comments in the article that told the Real Story Shannon rights whereby where paragraph in GonNa take us a while two comments alone. I hate this guy but I think this is all. Bs some chick is trying to get paid and most obvious extortion attempt. I've ever seen racked up hundreds of likes on the sports culture boiling so she's writing the story based on two comments mets on the blog post in her and this is going to be comments not the writer so yeah it wasn't it wasn't Portnoy it wasn't it was anonymous people writing adding their opinions on a store headline is who knows headline is Barstool sports and the persistence of traditional masculinity in sports culture just like we were at at this point a majority of the replies dark on twitter jokes about rape or crude comments captured option to perspective popular Barstool Sports. I'M GONNA guess I'd like to see the article tweeted out. You're telling me that the majority that's over fifty percent percent correct were comments joking about rape yeah. Do you think is show just all. Do you think there was one hundred forty six comments that half of them were about rape seventy eight linked to that yeah no no link to it here now and captured a perspective popular Barstool sports readers so again no proof at all once again. We're in a world where someone is telling us. That joking about rape is a perspective popular with Barstool sports readers readers. That's all we do what we do. Fuck does that even mean it means. This is basically just a a rape joke website masquerading as a sports site. That's the other thing the thing I couldn't get over. Is that throughout the articles. She says they are moving away from sports movie listen to still radio today. They're not even talking about this article guaranteed. They're talking. We'll talk about all day. Pardon take talking about football. KFC radio will probably talk a little football tomorrow. All of Barstool Radio's football the rundown. It'll be football. Go Fuck Yourself. They'll spend tablespoon five minutes on on this or whatever we're gonNA spend the most time on this you know to our credit or not either way of course people than you know next time they say we hate bar so loyal. Just keep this in mind and also keep this in mind. I'll say that the next time I see him so or Decay Marco who wrote the stories I liked wanted US wanted not to quote Andrew Dice Clay and your headline because why they're going to get him to do it anyway. No matter what I mean this is proof positive that the I mean there is nothing new in the story so so oh then she writes that was directed deliberate contrast to the ascendance of political correctness which by the way she is like celebrating the ascendance like we should all just assume it. That's a wonderful thing yeah. The current couric Congress has the most diverse in US history in American women have one more attention for sexual harassment issues in the years for the birth of the metoo movement. Parcel Sports is found that base hungry for US politically incorrect content sent all the while creating steady stream of controversy that she gets in the stuff with Dave and fucking unionization like she's curious about this. He was threatening his employees right now. She doesn't mention that it was on twitter. I don't think no right knowing that since she goes right to so you know I would say here you go to somebody relevant. Whether it's a really relevant barstool hater or somebody a bar stool who make the case or whatever or a quote that's shocking being or something now only have been a parallel. I think a conservative reactionary sponsor women increasing prominence equality is institutionalized by place like Barstool Sports Sports says so Yahya Chengli a women's right activists and the author of rage becomes her the power of women's anger. I'm of any sense of quote. Hashtag tag metoo or even trump's election was ever going to make a dent in that culture. Do you think that ms were they or whatever Chaim Chambray Chengwei. Why do you think Steve Actually the Shannon's spelled her name wrong in the story? That's going to be say riot or something like are in there for molly. Ganden spell okay Mister Molly. Do you think she's ever spent any time in her life. Listen to a podcast reading a story and bar spoils ever never not a fucking millisecond so that's the thing I don't know if it was that woman or someone else but the first quote is an expert in digital media or whatever right and can. I just say that an expert in digital media. I who I've never heard of certainly has not done anything. Close us are still sports is done in go fuck yourself expert Britain digital media it started as they say in the story it started as a fucking newspaper that porno was throwing the people on the subway and it evolved into a massive website so I would say if you WanNa talk to an expert in digital media have we'll get a quote from Dave Porno in this story well they do. We sent an email okay but but I I love that she's like you only let me reach out to to see Ya Shamali Araya Psoriasis Barstool sports so here we go this is sort of the conservative ideology ideology appears to be a core part of sports especially its portrayal of gender roles with hyper masculine sports loving men in hyper sexualize submissive women. I hope I haven't heard Casey Year Liz Gonzales or any of their thoughts on this. I hope it fucking infuriates blind no and Casey. We'll talk about it. Today are about you saw Erica obviously of course so there and they this based on nothing. The Shannon woman isn't spent no time researching searching reading or looking at bar so she sees headlines written by people that are like minded you know liberals who say all the shit they say so which women at Barstool submissive I've been in there and they don't seem very submissive to me. I've talked to Eric on the phone well. The daddy girl seem pretty submissive. I mean you know Erica Casey Liz Kate Kate eight who's the CFO would she seems submissive governor. What's the WESTBROOK? You're in charge of those conversations. DEIRDRA UH I mean was it was the lady who we always give shit about with guests aw Kah. She doesn't see particularly right. That's the other day I'm sorry Saturday. When the story came out I spend more time dealing with women whether it's Utah or emails or a Barstool in a week they did a ten years entercom? I mean not not even close not even close well. We all remember when he had Erica here and I see a skirt and I let's listen. We're going to get these negotiations done. toots sweet understand understand you be submissive how you'd be a good girl who are the Conservatives at Barstool. It's SALITA. PFC Commentary and Kate and chaps. They're all these magazines place on earth we the three of us are probably the most political right. It only makes particularly political. I mean not to defend Louis C. K. Mike I vote for Hillary Clinton but you didn't know we've okay the over dumped in vote now okay so I mean you know he invokes one of these that political y'all my Supreme Court justice there. We're not talking about Bright Guy Right but my point is you know Oh the Davis purposely anti political I know he goes on Tucker Carlson but this is came Arcaro think it wouldn't go on fucking. MSNBC and he was booked for MSNBC. They pull the plug he'll go anywhere. There's a TV camera or same as most people the same as me. I would go on Tucker Carlson. I'll go Rachel Maddow I would have e. That's these it's amazing amazing to me and it's sort of a core part of what we're talking about. is how close minded the eggs left has become especially. It's fucking unbelievable and we get it. We say and every time this is why trump is going to because now you've marginalized an entire group of people not only the people that work at Barksdale but other students that are probably pretty liberal. A lot of them are college kids Sir a lot of them are women despite they want you to believe that but even look at pt commenter and big cat are there any more liberal guys in that and that's like they're but they're not accessible crazy political open guarantee they vote left and hyper sexualize submissive women. I have to say it was uncomfortable when I walked in to New York that day in Casey was like I was relaxed like this is a professional place in age. I mean let's be as aggressive and I'm like ladies like what's the call daddy we grow. There's a place for this but I'm trying to do my podcast you know so he just moved on to the next guy and they submitted because that's how it works there. You know hyper sexualize submissive. I'm just quoting hyper sexualize submissive women. I thought Oh hey how many of them did she talk to for the story. Oh that's a really good question well. She talked to them and talk to reenfry that she go talk to Daddy. Girls Talk to daddy gross talked to Erica she stuck to Luis Gonzales okay okay. She talked to Danielle at the salesgirl. The sales woman rather lady she talked Kelly by the way was very submissive when we made one joke joke about her show and she called you an old man talks about the weather. What is submissive breath on the podcast off the podcast submissive hyper centralized like did there's rabid dogs a gift to lock them in a room animals and then you watch just a fucking scissor fest that came to help this there so fuck your sexual but they also submit to each other so it's like this weird thing when they just can't move on and we're hyper masculine sports loving men I was hyper masculine even mean call? You don't know bitch the fuck. Did you say okay you think CONAN's not hyper mass suck my fucking back. Okay Fuck you like what does it just like. It's just so dumb so so there's no she doesn't talk to Liz or Ellie or the Daddy. Girls are Erica America or any of them. They would just argue they would say no. That's not true we don't need to hear their submissive spoke to a woman Marie Harden Goodenough Penn in State College of communication a place where sexual he's never been an issue. She's literally probably talking like like the the the the floor above where the kids were being raped in the shower while she's on the phone with this while the Shannon it says a Nice Poetic Justice you Marie Harden again. I'm just GONNA guess is probably we not a hardcore story follower result time you think she's in many ways barshop resisted some of the more progressive discourse around sports. It's nothing is a niche for that. She said there's a market there and they're able to capture that yeah resisted some of the more progressive discourse around sports. I'M GONNA keep keep you keep the mind. The most successful female podcast on planet earth is on Barstool Sports. What do they talk about sports? Talk about sports edged edge they break down the progressive or they say would men do whatever they want to rank Casey Smith was at a place called NPC Boston. I am NBC and did nothing they did. They treat her just like some pretty blonde teleprompter. Why would they do it to barstools sports and guess what happened? She became a much bigger Ktar because you're GONNA personality. You got to be herself. It's so weird how that works doesn't make me send so. NBC was almost keeping her down but they were treating her like they would treat treat every like she was the token woman on the show but that she goes candy. NBC and you realize Oh she's really smart and funny and yes by the way she's attractive and that is part part of it but she's also really good personnel at her job like really good so that's weird and she become huge. Star like drip should be a star now so like like she's not reading. She has to just a fucking sing supper. It's what you know what I think is weird. Is that like bar would hold women down to the point where two girls who were like office managers managers are interns now of a huge podcast and radio show and that's because they have they must have just submitted to get that radio show sexualize show. It's all sex. XXXXX unbelievable the company the company appears moving away from sports coverage and focusing more manliness C. in which a Saturday's football reference who refers to college football but be billing file birkhead okay this massive burgers the man behind this phrase got zero dollars more. He's a moron and do you think he sat there and said you know what I think. tagline is going to get us moving away from sports coverage focusing more on Mandolin quarterly meeting guys. We need to focus on manliness this year but I didn't even think of how he could make money off it. I don't think he was thinking that deepened. See Saturdays are for the boys a tweet from one of those contributors they went viral became the company's catch phrase to describe drug and so two comments to comets and tweet are what she hinges the entire twenty that tweet. I'm thinking you know just drunken debauchery yet rip nuance at every every you can't fuck and move your head to the sporting event. I saw the Patriots game yesterday. Some is for the boys every college event. There is yeah I mean yeah. They're much a college. Guys and girls drunk like who shirts that yes but is it also. Do you think it's a purposeful way to move themselves from sports coverage coverage focus on manliness well. I have noticed Barstool sports. They never talk about sports anymore so weird like Saturdays today. I'm GONNA throw on when we get out of here. I'm GONNA throw in the Yak with a Dan cats and I. There's no we're not gonNA talk for my guys. We get back to football so I'm talking about masculinity politics at the nuff like we get it all right fine like you. You know it's not working for the Moines Register poll. Is that move on other stuff so this other one Mike I think I don't want to assign gender but Lisa Nakimora professor at the University of Michigan Studies the intersection of Digital Media and race gender and Sexuality Schwer. She's a big story so it's good that they got her comments on better. That's a job like what the fuck you sending your kid fucking kids a college at this choice I mean what are you doing when I think she thinks. Do we reach out to her. We did no response. No response. It's weird. Barsha wasn't the storage call back to the idea that the more -fensive you are the more freer being and it's also kind of cultural preservation project for Bros.. Yeah yeah that's true a cultural preservation project and it's weird all my female friends who are impressed that Oh I love Barstool borrow Micah. It must be lying. I guess they must never ever everybody's decide. They don't like anyone missive. They're just I guess maybe I probably intimidate youth. Either worked for fucking bars. leanna strikes a chord with its primary target Nakimora says young white men because a cast them is the persecutor of mainstream politically correct culture sounds like the ray-ban us by the way that's the rest of bars. I will say when I read the quotes talking about Antonio Brown I was like well my time to envision myself on CNN and hopefully would you were quoted men who feel disadvantaged by the world around them see the platform is this is not quote by the way this is Shannon writing manifield disadvantaged by the world around them see the platforms arms a safe space for freedom of speech means voicing unpopular and sometimes offensive opinions without consequence. What's wrong with that first of all congratulations like isn't that awesome what's wrong with that Well not not in her mind. That's not great men who say whatever they want. They say they give their opinions and there's no one to scold them their jobs away I mean the media is sculpting. Somebody ready for voicing unpopular thought let's not do that. Let's go along with everyone else like what at first of all you think that the majority of sewage think that they like shows they like the personalities they have a good time. I bend to these things go fucking super bowl. They're just having fun like wow. This is escape from the evils of the world. They don't you think fucking care with rigs are portable politics. They don't care about politics themselves. He's Christ. It's weird. It's weird when they they have like parties or whatever and girls are there like ma'am. Are you having an all right time he okay. I'm just I'm just here. I don't WanNa get hurt. I don't want anyone to bother me. I'm just here so important. Response sends an email we will not bow down to the winds of PC culture whichever way they may blow grandiose talked on the phone but the phone was so bad that makes us perceive this counterculture in Soviet. I'd say we represent the silent majority. There is a line that can't be crossed in the centre written from a place of hate will never be acceptable acceptable behavior Barstool a try like that okay getting sort of popularity of the place and he was quoted as saying in Barstool sports also owns thirty podcasts dozens of side twitter and instagram accounts growing women's blog called chicks which brandis self is one of the boys all the girls. I don't even know okay but she's even mentioned in any of the podcast angel. Call her daddy which the entire here I the title of it is kind of like striking back at masculine behavior. It's unbelievable and she gets you know she talked to somebody named she goes back to this hard woman they will not have reckoning until they no longer reflect a good portion of the country's values harden whose research gender in sports into late ninety. Andy said Ou fucking Shit like Oh. What does that even if you do valuable work? Thank you courtesy of the United States tax but you'll never she'll never not have a job. Oh she will never go five six. Figures forever is a reflection of our values reinforcing the values it reflects and reinforces the only way Barstool could ever die is if it no longer reflects for not anywhere close to that as a culture reflects. What does does that mean? I don't even know we fought so we're reflecting awful masculine behavior in society parcells essentially this guy's like bullshitting and they like fucking college which football yeah I don't know and also let's say and I mean there are a bunch of podcasts and blogs and writers and personalities for women but let's pretend that doesn't exist assist purchase pretend for whatever reason that goes away tomorrow what's wrong with a thing that focuses on guys targets their entertainment towards men Stevie join them down the time okay. I'll keep talking here. My God continue yeah human well. I'm just saying you can get yourself in trouble if you want but there should be no place where men should be allowed to speak. I agree. I'm just saying there's just play devil's advocate just saying there's just programming on television targeted toward women right drizzle masculinity is violence against women. Oh Okay Hawks your words right. There hurt woman yeah I mean I guess technically you got me in some sort of a verbal trap but larger point was not that I mean it's the persistence the traditional masculine Indian sports culture right like I watched. NFL This week and I said somebody tweet this out to see a fucking single woman score touchdown. That's true knepper off so I'm not you can watch it anymore. All right that's fair after the Jacobs the thing I know fuck you want me to do with this. How quick by the way when I was looking around I look at the the muckraker page for Shannon how and it had the original title that it was just this this this this is the this is the original title the Metadata was saved by muckraker which is just a journalist website? This was the original title resisting the discourse. How barstool sports has fought progress to uphold its down or so why was as leader? That's a great headline. They fought progress by the way Dave. He's out there with a fucking pitchfork trying to keep women away from the microphone. They fought progress aggressive. I'll tell you when they when Barstool was sold. Jj who was the Yankees writer wanted a fulltime job there and was told by Portnoy. How many white guys do we really need? What if how many fat white guys do we really need to do? Yes well. Here's I'd say when I went there like I understand the bathrooms but to have the women's only water fountain is ridiculous and poured in the fight. He's like no. We are not changing that now. There's no progress here. Do you understand that the women's women shop they have their little hoop skirts and they do their secretaries and then they go home. That's that's how dress code I thought was weird when I was in progress here where we progress and it's weird case. It doesn't have a desk. There's just a cage. She works on that so yeah yeah. She's dish. I mean they've Leonard Change a bikini everyday. Well Eighteen Free Brazilians billions for all the female and that's how it works around here. That's how we're doing ladies I mean it's just so an and she speaks to nobody the CEO the CFO Deirdre what Steve just position I think she's the chief revenue officer and then many many prominent on air personalities well. It's it's a company absolutely Maria Company entirely run by women Tokens Utopians Dave the guy who originally ran it is too stupid when they get bigger so they can have a bunch of women handle it essentially right basically like slapping Kirk on the Ashby and get behind that Mike and make some money imagine right. I mean you saw what you did. The Mike humiliated she was a little bit you'll masculine around because you can't help herself she's supposed to do she works in that Environment Barstool and other existing did not have a spectator sport cultures as hard again the position men and women in the certain certainly away that we really take for granted so she say we just shouldn't have sports right or she just changed completely right okay the w NFL which was young you know again. I hate to say it would do great ratings. Don't you dare don't talk radio quoted in the next door. Latch Rolls Ready be ready. WNBA is not as successful as the NBA on because not as people like it because it's I don't WanNa get him and I love the Guy I don't. I don't WanNa hear I don't WanNa see his career wrote about the fundamental house passing I could pick away like everyone needs ducks. I agree and who needs you know scoring boring in who needs you know players that are good. Stop It. The frame how I frame State University from you can't be too fun could probably pissing hit they would win. Wma Championship Championship oh my gosh no no no the ladies would put up a good fight really wouldn't know oh I think they would talent to three thousand three and men's tennis player in the world would beat Serena Williams oh my but but I'm not saying I'm at the text cable gone but so what that doesn't mean it's great to watch that means that the best way and by the way like the women's gymnastics better than the men great like one a week well. That's that's good. I like that you're saying you're saying it's not true but I mean like it's all like. What are we what the fucker doing here people? I'm guessing that I don't know how many people watched what was the Boza four clock football game. Yesterday was the main one on Sunday night for policy the the browns and the rams right how many millions of Women Watch that game six five six four five million if the if it was a fifty million total say third women a fourth women four or five million that's pretty that's more than we'll watch any. WNBA game ever or any women's soccer game ever where he meant soccer game is country for that matter. It's a people like the NFL NFL so they watch it and Barstool knows that and they play that crowd they know people care about football but it's that spectator sports like Oh. I hate it wrong. I would much rather have there'd be w NFL and here's what I would do in. Is this fair fifty fifty one year the NFL plays the next year W NFL next year NFL next year w NFL like the NFL take the year off. Oh good we really gonNA put it into a binary. Though what do you mean like are we just GonNa have male and female. It seems kind of Retro Retro should be able to play yeah well. I mean I think gender is a social construct when you're watching sports over the weekend. I think like Ms Harm does you don't you many people I don't even think about the signaling about gender that spectator sports to every week and on television. That's all I think about when I watch sports on television. I was thinking about the cheerleaders. I was like right right in the right role. That's what they should be doing that. The woman should be John. I do a lot of gender signaling like Oh. There's a football game oh there's a two hundred eighty pound man who can run a four three forty and there's another one and there's another one and if there's a woman who could do it. Maybe she could play but I don't think there's any of these yet no I I was watching the rams game last night and my girlfriend was over and I started crying and she said what's wrong. It's just I don't understand why you can't get out there and play. Why won't they let you out right? It's not I mean you know. I'd like to see the Celtics year. Have I would say I don't know nine and women on the team. Is that fair yeah they because they'd be like a teen it'd be like talking to strengthen. It'd be like a band of those women with they would probably win. It probably go to I would say oh definitely powerful things happen when you get it. was that powerful things happen when your menstrual cycles the line oh boy oh boy talk talk talk about toxic macierewicz crunchy. That'd be said that and I think honestly like I duNNo. I think women are are better golfers than men. Oh definitely they win. The masters the Masters about the play yeah you know. I think it's totally reasonable. Annika Sorenstam did pretty well right yeah the one that we you think so Michelle Michelle we definitely those are cultures. We are thinking about enough as a culture. Those are things I'm sorry we aren't thinking about enough. Culture and BARSTOOL would not exist without that without what gender without not gender signaling yeah without if so if gender exists barstool wouldn't exist sweet take twenty twenty five years in academia and she's reached that point. I think a lot of things with existing gender did things it's difficult conceives accent yeah. I think we have kids but I this is the worst the worst article I've ever seen. She gives no no other side at all in the puertas emails well. She just mentioned anybody who's a woman. It's it's it's all about this weird hyper Matt Wizard and Ria reappointed out when the HBO when HBO. Oh did their hit piece on it where I talked to guys for an hour where's my scene in the right this this that's true and maybe they did. Maybe she did talk to these people and she game coach the chief us that's definitely possible so she wrote this for. NBC News Dot Com a culture of toxic toxic BASCO into these she wants to change the Barstool I don't even know where to start with. NBC We'll do you WANNA go chronologically in the allegations the biggest star in the history of NBC before Jerry Seinfeld. I think is probably the biggest star well or biggest including Jerry. Maybe I might WanNa Johnny Carson to okay but if you want to say your NBC Mount Rushmore Ashmore Yep there is no way on God's Green Earth that you could not put bill cosby on that he was the the there's no way to understand whether phenomenon the cosby show was the eighties. It was the biggest show on television America's Dad Yeah. It was the first show I think ever to be number one show in the ratings for like six five or six years it was the biggest show in history of television at that time at the time also everybody knew cosby was a creep and if you tell people NBC that they'll be like keep it fucking quiet. Keep keep the fucking mouth shut. This is the most prolific on a handful of most prolific rapists in the history of the country was at NBC four years not just they're treated like you said America's Dad Yeah So. We're going to bring them back right before the allegations. There's another coming back with Mike o'malley and guess who's going to be producing that show Mr Tom Warner earner whose who is one of the owners of the Boston Red Sox the Boston Red Sox who made his money off of Bill Cosby and was going to again and that was after the a settlement he may with Andrea Constand which Werner let's be honest. I am happy for someone to come on and try answer questions. I'm happy to say I think Tom Warner new a fucking shitload about bill cosby. If I'm wrong Colin we can argue about it. It's funny I it seems like people who just make allegations like this like the NBA Timewarner will fit into this category of people that just don't have an interest interesting answering our questions because I don't have a point to make a real point them of course by the way Werner last year you know I knew Roseanne was not to chart tried out there to make money like like he knows he knows all this shit so we know all about cosby in the drugging in the decades it's going on. NBC and all that Shit so bill cosby is only NBC's ABC's ever apologized for that and I've told the story before I had a friend of mine who was an intern tonight show in the nineties in the nineties the late nineties and I remember him telling me twenty years ago when Bill Cosby is on there will be like you gotTa fucking hide the women like the the female interns around there yeah Gimme him work for the globe cosby because they knew even then the 'cause he was a fucking king pig a pig so you know what I'm sure it'd be to see did a lot to try and say yeah sure I mean I bet you. NBC made a Billion Dollars off the cosby show I mean even you know it was the eighty five hundred million yeah but then once they sell DVD's later and all that stuff I mean summits indication now. I know you're not happy happy about that. You know you know it's on someplace. Did you ever read Cosby's deposition from the constant case the settlement where he just he just it comes out and says in a in a sworn under oath comes out and admits yeah I was. I was drugging women. I dropped right. It's like she shows up. She says about his house in fifteen minutes later in Kansas until no he was the creepiest she says cosby urged her to take the pill saying her these will make you feel good. The blue things will take the edge off. Yes put them down. Put them down. Put them in your mouth. Then cosby asks her to taste the wine after she's taken the little blue pills Christ she's this is from Hollywood reporter in two thousand fourteen a couple of top industry veterans with no ties because we know that. NBC would have had no incentive to inquire too closely but the stars activities the guy was bigger network at that time there were into keeping happy. They wouldn't want to know details. You know I mean it's just it's just there's no. There's no way they didn't know there's no way right. I mean I'm not saying news crazy rapist but they knew he was deigned creepy. Yeah I mean there's no question so you know we could go from Cosby to where you want to go next with. NBC Lower Another Pretty Big Star Yeah so you know after reports say Seinfeld in all. I don't even know to now the biggest name. NBC was Matt Lauer on the news. I'm not even close bigger than bigger brokaw bigger than broke by the wall so that story is shaky. The jury that story it's not as clear as allow was was accused by two women of sexual harassment aspen Tom Brokaw Matt Lauer while NBC the same place at NBC News website head they lock in his office where he would lock these women and by the way rape them. He's a rapist like there's no Tony Brown to this this Guy Matt Lauer is a fucking rapist. She was passed out induced her to pass out. Yes yeah drew basic rudder pass route and raped her and you know and I'm again what did NBC no for years. I don't know I mean there's an expose saying that Matt Lauer Sexual Conduct was ignored by NBC but also whether whether or not you want to say NBC ignore it you can't say that there are all these prolific rapists there and it's not part of the culture at NBC as part of the toxic masculine contribute to the culture whether or not the the head of the accompanies acknowledging it or not a senior embassy source told esquire this from August of two thousand sixteen several staffers confronted Lauer before he was fired because news organizations are looking newsbeat savior. So of course it's not out of any moral fiber anything to dig. They started Matt. They sat lower our down and we're like all right. Can you think of anything that we might want to get ahead of right. Is there anything you can think of that. Even you know consider the harassed by on this category and every one of those times said there's nothing couple of my brain there is that one time I sexually assaulted this woman. She had to be taken to the hospital. the the the assistant who had been you know Blah fucking around with Tony. NBC ABC execs had to know something she esquire points of of riot public instances further demonstrate lowers behavior is well known if admits comments made Friars Roast an obvious of lower sources say the network NBC News along operators a boys club in which interoffice flings or something under the rug but yet no one none of the embassy executives were shocked lowers behavior so yeah of course he didn't internal review and found nothing. Oh it's weird. It's kind of globus strange that fat I mean there's when you read this. I mean it lowers giving female colleagues sex toys. He's got some passed out. These asking female producer about their sex lives playing fuck Mary kill the button is desolate allowed him to lock the door and then you know and obviously the one rewrite this fucking woman I mean just the worst fucking people on Earth so you know then go into to all the other stuff I mean it doesn't end and by the way you know keep in mind the real reason like the the Shannon Ho writes this story is they're angry because Donald Trump's president oh sure and if you really want to blame any network it all for Donald Trump being president donald trump until I two thousand was sort of this New York national figure blustery but nobody he really knew anything about him. He's a tabloid. It's all certain network came around and said let's make him look like he runs a business and put CBS wasn't at the end of the table and having I'm being charged and look I don't know what the word is presidential and also make him likable Oh and you did that and made probably billions of dollars or hundreds of millions. NBC Well you know it's weird why we okay fine sure that was he did the apprentice but then he was running for president and everything changed but you know what to shows he did while he was running for remember which Saturday night live and the tonight show and also morning Joe was given him blowjobs all public primary and the other one where Jimmy Fallon Adam it was really tough questions Valerie feet to the fire. Let me see if you like trump. You know thank them. They're responsible if you hate trump blame them because they're responsible monsell and by the way did they look in before they hire trump to the investigate his pass and look at some of these sexual harassment accusations. Maybe they didn't just didn't care. I mean they had Tito Ortiz. He's on the celebrity apprentice who Jenna Jameson claim them up they Dennis Rodman on who has settled domestic violence cases in the past two of them no narrow Dennis Rodman on twice twice yeah yeah I think took them. Also I mean is that if we're being if we're doing toxic masculinity here these are accusations so I'm not saying he's innocent or guilty but if you wanna go by the Shannon Ho NBC News Story Standard is the bigger issue Jose can say what's what's a bigger issue dumb brainless moronic fiber coming up with a tweet or Matt Matt Lauer Raping Women Bill Cosby raping women or NBC doing everything within their power to stop the most important story of the last ten years Ronan Farrow's take-down of Harvey Weinstein which is which is by the way exactly what happened. NBC threat to smear feral if he pressed Harvey Weinstein's unseens expose NBC essentially said to him stop doing this. We don't want and they weren't GonNa Publish a New Yorker New Yorker did it. That is the Most Important Story Journalists Journal story last ten years. Can you imagine you're an editor and Ronan Farrow comes to you with that Explosive Harvey Weinstein Story and you say Nah silence this Meh Eh. NBC Doesn't want to be associated with that multiple sources familiar with the matter NBC News General Counsel Susan Weiner's Weiner made made a series of these last names in these stories today in a series of phone calls to Pharaoh threatening the smear him if he continued to report on Weinstein. Why do you think that is no Oppenheim was tried adoption screenplay to Harvey Weinstein correct and they were trying to make a little bit they wanna keep how Harvey had to keep? RV Happy. You know I mean if you publish Ronin stuff is going to be able to turn your screenplay into a movie and runs Pharaoh. Oh you know who I don't agree with law politically a lot of fucking guts in wrote a great story injuring great stories from the New Yorker and his father would be proud his father's with him talking Yes yes I'm saying beautiful blue runner Yang and they wanted to stop this story. Stop a story that essentially would put an end to a prolific rapist would start a to move right right it kicked off the entire thing a monster and they wanted to stop it because I wanted to scream and they want to keep a nice relationship with Weinstein and let's remember Oppenheim also used to run the today show so he probably probably been running cover for Matt Lauer and the Old Boys Club you know gets toxic see weighed their options and they said we could stop a horrible a culture of rape and and Stop Harvey Weinstein relationship with this guy has kind of what the the options they have any of us read behind screenplay though it's really true the keep in mind more than seventy women have accused Weinstein. I know Mike he'll make the case for against all of them. Take some more seventy women different strokes for different folks. Yeah I just read the the book in Your Tenure Times Women did about Weinstein the the Jodi Kantor and the other one and it's fucking unbelievable it is unfunny believable and like they in by the way Harvey Weinstein was it was known everyone fucking knew it in that business and they were trying to stop pit is opposed by the way that is that would have probably been on NBC News Dot Com. If that story broke I would think so imagine newsy story now feels a little pretty newsy eh but you'll runs easy like that which is sourced in vetted and complete an audio and people on the record in actresses on the record police reports reports talking Ashley Judd Ed. I'm talking a rose McGowan Selma Hayek Uma Thurman No no good Shannon Ho from NBC with no Oh coats from anybody and just fucking not linked anything and just bullshit just throwing shit out there running go. We're going to publish we're good let let that run should on them for their masculinity in hide and protect Harvey Weinstein Matt Lauer and Bill Cosby. You're dealing with so from the cosby deposition the victim of woke in the cosby home at four. AM The next morning she discovered that her sweater was bunched up and that are brought was undone to remove to reveal her breasts. She says she got up walked towards the door. She saw cosby dressed aerob- standing at the bottom of the staircase cosby gave her a muffin walked to the door opened it and said all right Jesus Christ. It's so much easier to shit on Dave Porno and Barstool sports than an an actual prolific rapists to as a lot of power what my isn't a lot easier to just make fun of Barstool. I don't WanNA fight today. I really don't but you know I'll get bro here in a second if you fucking if you're pulling my you you fucking you're breaking my daycare this holiday season listen to bag paying on the Dick of anyone's toxic massive. Let me just give you let me give you two sides. Is You tell me what you think is worse honestly in what's a better story. I'm I'm trying to be fair about this. Bill Cosby raped how many women fifty fifty fifty I would say is the most you know the the pivotal figure in the history without the cosby show the probably is no Seinfeld you you started the whole thing. Matt Lauer was the today show host and raped women Harvey Weinstein Seventy Women. NBC Spike the story they told the producer Richmond Q. WHO's working with Ronan Farrow stop pursuing the skating story at the highest levels. I was told not to do an interview with a woman with a credible allegation of rape to stand down. Kill the story. Do you think that's bad okay. Okay fine. Add those three things that's just three my best we can go through. It never ends a start those three. I'll give you the other side Okay and you make your choice. I'm being fair here to comments in a blog post and borstal the comments they weren't. They weren't appropriate boy. I don't know what they were and one of them have been about rape. Here's what have you have. Let me just do the math your lower would give them one rape which we don't think it's more Weinstein seventy that seventy one cosby's fifty fifty four so called one hundred twenty five rapes okay versus one hundred twenty actual rapes versus one or two comments about rape well well they or victim blaming comments correct also that I didn't have to read the rapes when I was just scrolling through a blog post they didn't they. Did it behind closed. You're saying actual. Rapes are worse than the comments. It's about rape or the company. How do you think the NBC news comments are much more usually NBC News Gut reaction to write about the two comments versus spiking the actual rape is a better journalistic? I agree they're not going to say I'm sorry Bro. Hey Bro sorry man sorry bro. It's fine Mondays for being sensitive for gender fucking worse bro Now Mondays for Sensitivity Torch Gender Neutrality Okay Tuesday we do here Yeah Tuesdays for paper straws Wednesdays further climate yeah Thursdays. There's days for X. which is how identify myself okay Friday's the pronouns and then Saturday for the bull no Saturdays for for them yeah Friday Friday for the Pronoun should be a new shirt? Yes yeah I mean. He has no home here. It's weird all the women did you get. What are those signs? The studio. I WANNA get t shirts made the show that said Hey. It has a whole new because I think everyone has hate like what are we doing. Everyone hates something. Whenever I you traffic micro say I do pitch whenever I contact the women I know on a Saturday which believe me I try not to show the anytime I do? They're suicidal. They don't know what to do and I said what's wrong and they're like Saturdays. We just feel so excluded there for the boys. I saw woman at the supermarket Saturday morning at stop and shop in winchester my run. She had her cart and she just kept ramming her car into a wall. She didn't understand what to do. Because the men Detroit Day to such an extent actively she left the house. I think I think she was there overnight. Oh what's the clock strikes twelve your you. There's no what can you do and that's it. There's nothing so the thing I laid out there like think about that. That is actually what it is like. NBC said we're GONNA protect cosby lower. We're GONNA Spike Weinstein but we're going to do is one or two comments if they're true which they don't lake do but if they're true from shitheads fine anonymous shit we're going to write a whole fucking story about that and how it means people watching television and dreamt gender identity neutrality masculinity and meanwhile from fucking NBC News Leibel double meanwhile as they're spiking that story Mark Halperin is still a top. He's still a daily favorable see so but what did he really do. I mean you WanNa talk about a fucking creep slime ball by the way who's trying to bring Mark Halperin back. I believe that would be Joe Scarborough and percents they do the morning show on. MSNBC NBC doesn't sound like the same competency last letters represent the National Broadcasting Company. Yes there were the same one that we're planning for this takedown piece of Borstal Crystal yes. I wish they contacted a great comment. It's very hurtful place. I'm sixty years old. I've been told to fucking somebody's Dick. I was called a blind fat. Call the blind apple. You told the sucks on the Dick no well. That's what I'm saying. It's that shutoff fuck up. That's completely is mean. We gotta give him that. He's the main man. Can we get into helper for a second here Jesus did you did you hear me yeah. There's a helper story there so alpern it is Mike Oh yes so he's the game change you know and by the way this show he and dumb how how does show every damn NBC during the election yeah and by the way those books those guys those which actually pretty good really gossipy like if you like Gospel politics it's good you think so now I mean he's kind of my fault. That's my fault. That's my fault. That's my fault. That's my fault. They stink weary. This guy is a fucking such a creep. It's unbelievable. He worked. NBC's you said while they're spiking the stuff they knew all about this Shittu a lot of shit happened when he was at ABC but then he gets hired anyways. He's he's just like Harvey. He's got the reputation guy over like what he's doing. Guys is who takes the young female under his arm. I'm going to mentor you and everything in Oh by the way I'm going to beat my meat while we're talking on the phone and get ready yet peering over cubicles. I'll that's right. That was his thing. He said he just leering at you across the office while he stroke in it. Where is this? What are the health halpern? There's so many so many fucking stories the NBC's a million this is like fucking twenty inches thick this thing about how two days after CNN first reported the five women said Game Change Co author journalist Mark Halperin sexually harassed them number accusers at least a dozen women cling four now sharing their accounts for the first time so I can unbelievable believable how denies you masturbate in front of anyone physically assaulted. Anyone threatened to third any way to describe this story meanwhile he's just gone away. Are there any specific. NBC accusations or no I know CNN and there's ABC. I don't know if there are any specific when he was NBC. I just assumed it was just a pattern of behavior if you're a fucking career. NBC would hire him. After that. It sounds to me like wouldn't be saying that he's probably lying. I mean we can get to the store. It's just grow fucking Cherkesov in front of me. Just a total fucking creep harasses them like touches them fucking loser in there all subordinates of course almost you know weird like these people in power taking advantage of young women now. I've been the Barcelona couple of times I've talked to. I don't have a feeling the people in charge. There are sexually assaulting wait a minute people charter women anyway anyway. I Love Tommy. Smokes has some stories about Erica true point. That's strange that works. I've never heard anybody say the Portnoy. Does any of that stuff stuff for Dan or if you were a woman who has made some mean comments made Breda cry yes no new news. I like you would treat got trained to treat. There's no reason to do that. What the Hell Daily Mail has a history of paying people for explosive stories like the Anthony Weiner accusers? They get paid big money. How much money do you think someone could make if they are female internal low level employee at Barstool? They came out with a story about day port new migrating the center interesting you mentioned mentioned one time anyone talking on the record and there was a time when he was just the two right yeah there was a day where I was sitting in that office and I hear Blind Mike it up innocently walked up those stairs in a wallet strictly face never the same again dave naming Rome Gherardi to suck it up and call myself blind. My UNISOM doesn't touch your deck right. Yes yes bad boy. You're a very bad boy. There's a help remove right here. This woman takes her to lunch midtown Manhattan Midtown Mad. He didn't talk about her career at all but she assumed he knew it was what he called her and lunch they walk the restaurant she sh- extended his hand shake it. He put both his hands on my arm through a window of the restaurant hearts and my head banged against the window hard rough hard violent honestly duct Wayne can't launch him his body pressed against mining. It's a window came. Name is open mouth while he's he's a he's a big fucking fat. Gross pig looks at a fucking bowl from famous like fucking animal like he just you know what what the fuck and Oto John Hollmann his longtime partner with all those books nut didn't think still happily employed on showtime circus. He never saw the show every single day. This guy who traffics in behind the scenes gossip never knew a fucking thing about his longtime partner okay. NBC Did that. We're kind of ignoring hiring is a shame these women essentially like if you look at the data girls Erica you look at what you look at Ria and Fran and all these girls who have worked their asses off to develop a career or develop personalities scrawny hurtful women's hunt and about in a male dominated business if away a phrase for that and that's what they're doing to them there's no doubt of and and they're also saying you know when they say to them will win work there and they're like well data just token there just cheap pistachios. There's I mean there's all those women have is such a quantum horse and they don't know anything that these women talk about or do or anything marginalizing the entire group of people and because it are women supposed to empower other women but only if you vote a certain way and look look a certain way and vote that way well maybe but they don't show what it is. I Kohler Daddy. They need to talk more about impeaching president trump climate change politics right. That's that's the key to success. Maybe they'll be the number one podcast so podcast way talkable Komo fucking cavanaugh licking his asshole. That'd be great like would be a great fuck. You'd NBC Colorado's next episode was strictly politics they they should they should do one talking about Matt Lauer. They showed me. I'm I'm pretty sure they've had to deal some creeps in their life. Just a guest think you know. I have no idea but I'm sure Eric. The Eric has been in corporate life for years and years and years deal some assholes. I'm GonNa Guess as it happened the Barstool that but I'm gonNA guess that because she's still there you know I I don't know oh but it is amazing to me. I mean like you know here's just as part of what Steve printed out maps with sounds yeah well fuck. NBC Right. I ran out of printer paper and if I did the sexual harassment claims against Barstool to date. I don't know of any there any Mike's likes obviously but that's it you know so in by the way our you dress that day by the way if it happens asking for if let's say just pick a guy whoever pick a Guy Stephen Shea is sexually assaulting win. I don't know if that's true or not. Why Might K. Marco Very Gary Michael? Whoever whoever you want is doing that nobody is to my knowledge? I'm I'M GONNA guess departure was not gonNA hide that person and keep it quiet. Can you name the women who do it like. NBC's New York Barstool Chicago or moving the Vermont in making obituaries you're saying they would say in your pending investigation. You're fucking out of here they wouldn't hide it for twenty years and try you know shame women who have gone through this stuff but that's when NBC does and then they put this drives me nuts then they point their fingers and us. It's fucking unbelievers and it's just a shame because you look at what we we have to deal with what Barstool was done to kind of avoid that reputation like taking certain words of headlines so they don't look like that they're portraying that image and it just doesn't fucking Matt. I'd love to see the I'd love to see the fallout from that. Be then the say fuck this we're just doing I think so I said I said the best thing Barstool could do today is higher shameless I think that'd be did you see what he said by the way about all the all the hate tweets he's been receiving. I don't think so I said he's I just I've been reading all these an Asian accent. Tom's funny yeah but it's it's unbelievable fucking unbelievable so you know that's my take on. I think we covered it pretty good but then you'll well you didn't talk about to Rico Oh God thank you thank you Steve doing a good job and again now while he was at NBC but it says even more that they would know that these allegations exist and then bring him in well not only that so Mike Tariq O- obviously the SPN another another place. That's you know for years was liberal place politically aligned to the left. They've tried to get away from that. I think okay but this was a home of sexual harassment like you've never seen the your life like what they were thirty years ago with Gary Miller and Berman and to Rico is what like a Shannon whole wants Barstool to be runner mind should love that to be a place for guys opponent Dick's out in pissing a windows grabbing. They'll never read that article about ESPN right but none of that has happened apart so they don't want you know they make up these stories and do all the ship Mike Thereto like stocked this producer for years in an it's an Internet Niang was a producer on the highway pulled up next tour and grab your crotch into all this crazy shit and at the beginning of the Metoo the two era at the Olympics I forget Olympics. It was this started happening again turning toward Ricoh which we kind of started on the ultra liberal or continue the conversation and then on on instagram one of the days of the Olympics four different. NBC Women who were there one Karenni Kushner equation to work with a couple of other ones just randomly instagram videos wishing mitraco good luck in the Olympics and saying what a great guy he is and how awesome of a colleague is for random ones at the same day trendy later confirmed to me off the record that NBC oh it's time as well. She's a big feminist so she had the promise right embassy told them to do that really yes. NBC Four people did in the day. It was just just totally random staging astroturf cover campaigns for predators. Yes they're saying here saying because he's the future so if you look at it right now have a barstools is the problem right. Al Michaels is old and he's gone soon right to Rico's going to take that job or grooming Rico for that so cost us is now gone from the Olympics. trico is going to take that job might Rico will be NBC Dan Dan Hicks. If you care about golf I do. He's leaving to Rico's GonNa take the he'll be calling the British open so sort of the signature flagship Super Bowls Olympics British opens you name it from. NBC Sports Mike Tirico is going to be the face. A guy who years ago sexually harassed women. Maybe he's done and since maybe hasn't I duNNo. NBC and this is post you know right around lower and halpern and Metoo had these women I forget which Olympics was was that the eighteen yeah two thousand eighteen or past the initial metoo stuff past the Weinstein cover so hey ladies listen. Mike tickets a meteor because girls put your heels on in dance for Mike Tirico would you is now good. Yes sounds good what we'll do that do you do that and you keep your job. Yeah 'cause Mike Tariq. Oh by the way Mike Tirico Fella with that when we do so much fucking hard on my idiot does reach fucking teleprompters he could fall off a fucking bridge tomorrow you could replace him with whoever ever you want you can put something. Stop watching the Olympics or football or fucking British open at the Kentucky Derby or whenever you want to watch. Have you heard Joe Teza well. He's bad okay but I mean you know I. Ah Whoever who you know what I mean you know Joe Moore's if you're watching fucking patriots playing the chiefs and Joe Test Scores game you can watch it. You're GonNa make fun of them. Of course you more enjoyable the way this is true but you know to Rico. They wanted to protect once again because of his sexual misconduct in the past but he's got this job so why not protect them. Is that as bad as filed Berg tough call. Let me say this. Have you ever heard Saturdays if the boards chanted at you it's it's rough. That's tough nut. I mean this is this is a culture that is never again. Never ended ever now. It's incredible and you know and that's just a start to see more NBC News Vice President Matt Zimmerman. He used to book guests for Matt Lauer Our he was fired from the company for sexual harassment. It's weird you know Herald for junior. MSNBC contributor sexual harassment the Brokaw stuff which you know you can argue but again was accused of sexual harassment on the important thing there is Linda Esther says that there's a culture of fear amongst women at NBC right so but no big deal. I'm sure the women that Barstool are inferior theory yeah but not only that like hyper sexualize submissive women would would Ria who was a front desk worker is become a star. Would that ever happen at NBC. No probably probably not oh right. That's true that's true yeah. I mean so again like it. Just it just never ever ever ins a mess for you and that's like forgetting me nonsense the Brian William Shatner other stuff like forget that all all the just absolutely right. I mean just forget that I mean you know just the just the decades of sexual assault in cover over up in smearing trying to smear like victims of Weinstein the cover the fucking story because some shit had wants to sell a screenplay and I'm sure they're are all hamptons buddies and all that shit as well. I mean you know yeah. It's unbelievable the former NBC News President Andy lack he was accused in the eighties of covering up sexual harassment Ed Ed Company he was at then he's hired at NBC and he sits on the Juanita Broderick interview right within him something after the after the gumbel thing do something that Gumbel did that was stupid women while he was on the today show. Maybe read that story. Yes yeah I know what you're talking about. I can't remember the story was that it was like it was it was selling toll asshole again like just fucking any other thing too is I I mean I don't know about you but at least me I'm not saying. NBC should be shut down tomorrow. I'll read a story like this about Barstool Sports. How about you look at your your own place? I that's all I ever ask exit. I think after the allegations come came out Gumbel said Oh I I still love Matt Lauer. He's like a brother to me all right. I stepped up but there's some weird weird story number the woman who wrote a book you'll talking about. Oh Yes yes. We gotta get our town yeah yeah. We hired Mike Rico two thousand sixteen. We were aware of the incidence from more than twenty five years ago which has addressed in one thousand nine hundred yes when it make sure they slip that there's employer at the time which he apologized. NBC Sports Rep said Mike is repeatedly assured us as behaviors long in the past. I saw you fucking hired he says so we have no evidence of any of the countries tenured. NBC Sports as long as Mike Promise as long as pinky swore that he wouldn't do it again and it's fine no according to the ESPN book those guys have all the fun a female staffer said no fewer than fifty cases of sexual harassment reported by female staff the ESPN throat. The first half of the ninety s and two Rico became the most notorious cases to arise women's said he never took no for an answer or leave me alone is behavior way out of line. One woman said she was approached by Trico the Staff Party city the most beautiful person I've ever seen she left the party and then he followed of the car in reach through the car in thrust his hand between her legs. You attempt to start an engine start the engine another incident female produce received an email from trico saying you want to sleep with her in later. When the staff went to a bar you walked up and said I wish I were single? If I were I would throw in the table on fuck your brains out. He was waving his hand. The Mo- show the fodder to after that followed her car on the highway he was waving his hand in the motion that she interpreted to mean he wanted to pullover and said she continued drive. Increasing speeds differently he increase your speed is well staying along CIDER. Six women came forward after the producers saying he made references their physical features features touched them inappropriately or expressed his desire to have sex with them. That's eight women right there that's eight now so after reading the article that NBC News News wrote and then after doing this for an hour talking about embassy. I think I've got all the facts and I see it as that for decades. NBC Has Been Essentially a rape den and for about a decade Barstool sports made offensive jokes and I'm going to come back tomorrow with my answer as to what's more offensive day to think I mean I'll give credit so trump had all the accusations against him right for sexual harassment so they they trump leaves leaves the apprentice so they replace him. I give them credit. Ah Multiple Women of groping sexual humiliation and harassment the Gumbo allegation it was Judy Kessler's book Booker Lookers Tail and he was dragging dead mice in females faces some of the giants you know just an overall just like a total per. The dead Mutt is waiting dead. Mice women's faces that toxic masculinity. Oh another all especially. They're especially if your time most powerful guy in like morning news in Gumbo is number one in the morning news in the world mellow before Mala Yeah and he became our outage but this a lower here's the thing you're going to need one one of the right buttons you wouldn't you read an NBC sports NBC News rather internal investigation this weekend instead of focusing on Barstool writing something lazy that she went in and dug in thirty years of masculine ending sexual harassment. It'd be see news cares. Hey it's could be in so uptight. Let it slide decided. I decided to say it. Come on the air. I'd say right now and we can fight about it tomorrow. Oh boy I think the actual rape is worse than the comments and I think I'm not a little book. Look look look look. I'm I'm not there hundred percent yet but where I ger you could talk. You know what I say. You could talk me into it. Hey the the rape only had one victim. How many victims had read those comments those comments? We're kind of like raping the readers true so fuck. You know come on knowing that thing about that there were there. Were two of them too. That's the thing just one comment comments. I wish if we could get Shannon Sarin Police Shannon we should have gone on a very talented journalist. The other issue respond no she did not almost like they just made baseless allegations that they don't want to answer for. That's the thing that drives me. I know people like well. They have to know shit she of course let yeah like if you're proud of your work if Shannon will go on NBC tomorrow Tall and we just talked about how I've never I talk about you know so so just a totally random example that night it was almost stephen. He filled in for how he car right. I did Radio Steve for an hour. I'm Howie Carr Network. I drove a mile sue O'CONNELL. Yeah I loved often. I would have the same political way to identical interviews at a podcast right name. The podcast might podcast it can stop it. Stop it if she had her own podcast right and she said to me. I don't want to go on your show but you don't want you to come podcast to be on the two seconds I we'll play the sound anyway in two seconds beyond that and then if whoever wanted to have them on their extreme right-wing podcast doormat imagine if after do you broke the Kevin Collins stuff if someone reached out and just emailed you and said Hey I'd like to have you on my podcast my TV program get but nobody did. I mean nobody did which is leaving the concert. We'll get to that today but the but it's unbelievable nobody ever says yes to anybody who disagree with anymore. If it's the left going on the right side I think portnoy is politically probably more conservative liberal. I think I would think especially I mean just for tax purposes but he goes but he'd gone Rachel Maddow in second. There's this knee jerk thing that NBC represents New York media generally like if it's bad it must be conservative. I don't like it must be conservative. That's what barstools fallen into here. They have no political affiliation in the most offensive thing was referenced that like well Barstool was moved moved this platform that is used by the way it's all these well. The users are doing this. The comments the most offensive thing. This story is calling women hyper sexualize submissive women who are professional careers for themselves better she either she just is a lousy writer and she meant the followers which is about equally refuses. This is to interview these women and then insults bunch of tweets from just on my coach on my tweets on from women who listen wash on other shows and they're you know whatever nurses says and teachers and they just like laugh. They laugh like I do I to laugh at dumb people that's sort of the beauty of Boston was dumb. People including US we make fun of each other we dick around and some of the people like college football some like the bachelor some of them lack Daddy. It's some Bobadilla yes well. I mean yeah. I'm working for the that's not what time Jalen eight thirty Oh mine away. That's that's a little late. I can. I tell you what how I know. This is going to be a great show got I. I thought it was Bob Hart Aber Shola meaning. I thought his last name was heart. Only loves her. I did not realize it was Bob. Hearts hearts have a heart was a fucking last year like the last one I did not know that which makes me think I'm GonNa enjoy it so much more. It's eight thirty tonight. I think might be nine months feels like eight thirty show. It says it does yeah and we're GONNA watch it tonight. it's it's our show yes take the rapid show tweeted and show the morrow rapper show live tonight she mhp difference what's funny like I I I don't know maybe it's just nothing to pick up but they find nothing new in these stories these are you talking about. What do you mean Oh? You're back on Barstools. Oh sorry you've done a ballpark cyber show. What do you got a whole new dynamic? You've got this immigrant woman. This is a completely original plot. That's GONNA be some messages about diversity in in this program. I mean God willing. That's GonNa be a long. DVR It's twenty two minutes. That's going to be working recommend the Promo. He listened to twenty years. I'll be live tweeting. Watch Michael Like love. It's a bit but it's really fun really really funny about Abessola. She's a great actor actress rather I would say actor actor this year I bet you the Academy Awards would give actor connector. Oh interesting. They're both actor. GonNa do all next couple years old one female actor I believe right. It's mail address leading role I know I think it's now male actor female. Why do they do that? Why don't they just have the ten best performance US guys will probably win too often? What talking talking points you think they would by the way I thought of a good borstal podcasts for Shannon hoed of worship okay? It'd be called Bros before hoes think that's sure sure that's Philbrick. Is that staff rookie that dastardly line. I know that's what I mean. That's the botchy thousands thousands of rapes. I mean maybe that's maybe that's a lower was thinking on Saturdays right. That's why I did it Saturday's four the Weinstein and Cosby Halperin and all the people in that Saturdays only only right. He raped away for years a chalkboard with a tally. NBC Rapes Barstool Rapes Far. Yeah it says many rape common. They're more four I there more. NBC rapes than there are employees at Barstool. Yes well yeah cosby alone. I would say they're more hypocritical. This story is more hypocritical. The Globe rights really you're talking hundreds of rape rape. That's close. I mean it's it's listen. It's it's close and I do love got cosby lower those big heavy hitters in the rape game. Yeah it is funny that this tariff solvency go back where we started before we get some other shit. She wants the Patriots to address this thing but her own company who owns a team that fired a guy they don't have press conferences that right right just trying to. I'm trying to get everything straight Dombrowski yeah like what do you think that maybe the red sox owe an explanation to red sox fans. It's actually a really good job. What are they gonNA say just spell check and Brownlee? I almost want him to say. Are you fucking stupid. We got rid of because you know. Why do you think yeah I would say why? Do you think they did because you told not to do anything and then he did something okay next question like anything else but yeah oh he bought my buddy says I had a thought to slim say that it also. I think we've got some. DC Did some nice CBS show previews for us. Did you hear those no I didn't I you did. I message him this weekend. I thought is recaps are very good. Though their excellence he does a good job and you actually had a funny line for once not funny guy. He's I think these he's a pretty funny okay by the way the CBS Guy Twitter's funny. Yes very easily. He might be providing the inspiration for some of this could yet align we kelleher on the podcast in in you know my mom died of pancreatic cancer. That's how big a fan I am. I made my mom died the same cancer that Kirk mob Alex Taylor Obese Tomorrow Five. I got you and boy you notice does after the show. I don't think this is on air but was that not Steve's audience here on Friday. Oh my God gosh who is cracking Christian. The Red snapper community is that Keller was like okay. Can we really talk about that. advertising stuff now odd to hear you have to tell him no. No rich go away Jesus Christ good. He's a substitute teacher. She's a high school freshman together. They discover that he's different and it gets me any really really cares about me. Chad Mostar's in seamy after first period from the from that's a nice little partnership. sobre another one or no easy divorced dad looking to get back in the dating world. She's a nineteen year old meth addict together they learn that love means not having to have all your team really aim stars ars and loving crystal CVs perfect it's totally believable the actual CBS Promo. Can you dig on do the Tricia Heaton. I am obsessed with I feel like we I feel like we almost made the wrong choice but that's the last minute I'm okay I. This is our show. This this is our show Bob Hearts Abba show Abbas show which is his name according to Mike it doesn't that make more sense Bob Hearts. Ever show of the middle name is hearts no no Bob. I thought it was like legally Daniel. The Butler Stephen King's the Shining Patricia Heaton hold on hold on hold on hold on. I think Stephen King wrote the shining do only help the Steve or no is. Is it crazy to think that if there is another author on the book but that maybe didn't write more than half what I love is that Steve's who makes gets right how how about the ones is credited my point. He wrote those can ever said otherwise argument. Is that the books he has a co writer with he writes a book with I think he writes less than half of it. I think maybe he what's his name. Do you think maybe ten okay brought the you're the one who brought you bring stuff up and then you should on me for responding to the beginning of this second act. CBS This Fall Internal Medicine Edison. I hope I'm not like no still waiting chief resident. You're lucky rumor has it. She's a real ball buster. Hello everyone you must be the internal medicine residents. Yes ma'am I'm Carol Kenny. I waited a long time for this day to be chief resident me no no no no just like you aw who would've thought I didn't see that coming. You sure you don't WanNa go boy. I might want to go on our switch it a little more personal. I love that God. I love interesting so why mets my marriage fell apart husband went off to find himself and now he's sleeping on a sisters futons and I'm Dr so life is good Dr my this year. We'll be part of your life. Many of you won't survive some quit or worse become dentists. Hold on hold on what was a music anti-takeover music. Though that pumper again helps her migraines typically present those flashy lights yeah my uncle had Mike Mike Raines commonly stress related and long story short yoga helped him with his migraines but not with alcoholism and he died the obvious fucking. Do it man I you know for me Alex and Sophia Caller Daddy or Ellie or Casey. They're all little too individualistic realistic for me. I like female characters like the exact same thing we've been seeing for thirty years on to- guess that she's going to run into some issues because Bureij. You may be honest well Kirk. Isn't it strange that a woman of that age would be an inter- I suppose I thought she was much right yeah there. Will there be potentially love in the air at some point. Oh my goodness I hope so maybe some anal on the show it sort of Granola Bar Stephen Frost senior attending Carol Penny in turn you you're that Inter. I'm the Old Inter your local circus free. So how long does this promo by the way so the first the first couple of weeks. It's going to be that she's old. I would think that we're happy eventually. They're going to get used to it. They're going to be like Oh yes. She's a little older. It's weird but she's she's good at her job. Nice lady then. What are we doing the woman to intern for part of my take ten years might might be I don't think they'll be able to go in the direction of Grey's anatomy and had like a bomb scare and then a hospital? I think you'll have semi she'll bond with someone. Her Age Very Special Episode Dies from breast cancer which is a Sitcom time she'll be all right but like she'll have a what season three the romance with our young doctor. Why sounds like I think that guy that introduced right there that he's an older guy I think that's I think that's a love? You think's a little gray. That's that's I mean she's GonNa do we know him no no Patricia Heaton but hey I mean just because they read original characters. It's a female Melita so they're doing their part. You know they are yeah. I'm looking forward to it now so we're not going to watch this very entertaining. We're not awesome. No we're not Lachlan's is the guy you would know him. He's a he's a guy. He's known if you saw him. He's LOB hearts. Abba Shola is the one all right all right. I'm telling you I like I like to cut it. This Carol Second Act as awesome could've Agip. It's for it's okay. It's well produced. They'll get don't get me wrong. WELL-PRODUCED WHOA produced but I think Bob Hart Aber Shoal is going to be funnier all right okay all right. We'll think about it. She's against the poll shows you watch it anyway. He's secret is like we should really watch this watch. It doesn't have CBS. It's going to do it I think I have to upgrade Hulu package. Okay Hey go there you go to watch Bob Heart which actually the only person in America America not watching that on cable of actual. CBS try making an effort to and the only person under the age of other than US under the age of seventy. He's not gonNA. I'M GONNA pay fifteen dollars. A month to watch parts parts choice is going to be such a disaster that it's going to be watchable out of it. I hope is our wacky neighbour. There's got to be yeah. Well think about it. It's a black woman in a fat white guy who's a heart attack. I saw like nine commercials for that. One was sort of the entertainer where he's going to neighbor the white neighbors entertainer in one of the guys from new girl I think and it's like can you believe in Jerusalem. Humor isn't it has never been done before. Every one of these jokes is like you know. He's like the white the white guy that commercial like. I'm GonNa go play basketball sitting again. I know you're not gonNA dunk. Unlike like the fucking audience goes bananas and sad because like Senator at the end chain is actually funnier than that so point you just say fuck it. I it's just easier life. Is the checks still cash even if the joke homeland is amazing though like if Chris Farley were still alive with he always think about Jimmy down a sitcom that I think he would be. I always imagine like Kurt cockbain would be I think you'd be a political analyst fucking stiffer though because you can have like a Neil young career approves career you kind of can go on your own and come back can take six years off but Farley I think would be like Belushi would be an you know Bush. You'll be playing like we'll Farrell's dad the movie now it'd be great if Farley still alive and had a show on on Fox News here's right wing Alex Jones. It'd be like he'd be inhaler movies now. Here's Kevin James Rolling. Santa's Christopher could be playing those like you wouldn't be you. You know it's funny as he was. What would he be doing right? And how long do you sustain that kind of like and not to say it was like one note but it was a lot of energy yeah there wasn't a lot of internal yeah true now what happened to on. CBS All in the family like remake ABC ABC. They only get one off only one episode it does actually episodes. It was that in the Jeffersons so bad it was really my favorite show ever is disturbing fucking and disturbing I was I love with Harrelson fucking terrible yeah anything else. Do We got before rapper. Pacalypse is starting vape Pakalitha now that New York and Michigan have banned the sale of most flavored e liquids people are stocking up so that they can have their precious vape stuff. There's actually an the entire reddit forum dedicated to be talking about this actually entire rented for it's so weird 'cause ready to selective on what they talk about. There's there's almost no topics. I want to read the other day and she was empty. Their AH NO COMMENTS NOBODY had any idea we're taking your thoughts that look this morning to the to have two threads. Okay gotTa have had in the vaping. It's the basic thing is they're talking about it on reddit actually actually a threat on rounded waited about this. There's a funky thread on reddit about rich mandarin onto and they can have their rapes for at least eight months to a year. I mean how long long how much can you store up. Like how long would it lasts the shelf. Life is a vape liquid but these people are going all in not to get into my is like fucking cancer the script and then she's like pockets like populists. There's a new lips not not to get a not to get into my Paul reiser material but does everything apocalypse now like it's vape apocalypse and all that is lame like Watergate. It's been a little over. I don't care about the. I don't care about vaping. They'd they made they're not it's not my world. Oh really bro. Where do you work out massage? I like fucking. You have yeah like we all like the same shit here. I I am fucking into it big time now. That bachelor guy came by the other day was awesome so cool. We didn't make fun of it. He's he's fucking hot Hansie's a dream fuck bro too tomato Broza up. You've got the fuck after I hope so man. Who am I to come on? I think he has to get in the door yeah. He put his Dick. Hey Fuck did gamma-ray came right in this back. Why not fucks wrong with that because we're allowed to do that yeah rose who was so hyper centralized people just fucking people left and right yeah? I came the first time I walked to the bar so I saw Ben Dover Minihan yeah so I guess we just start fucking away. Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck Gaz on top because he's been here long. You know I'm a bottom until you're three. That's what that's what the shirts as you can see those shirts I mean fuck fuck. Everyone's fucking everybody where I was exhausted any working with all that fucking fuck fuck fuck for us a big hand porn fucking each other and they were going to be a real power struggle. Who's WHO's Oh yeah no fucking cuddling back? Fuck Fuck woman. You want to cuddle men. Talk Men fucking talk about something Saturdays at the end of that. He'll man's like yeah yeah. Hey all right even this fake surprise at the beginning of ood polyps. Oh my God. I didn't just print that out for you now. You heard apelike way but these people are going all in your in your dressing. This show almost like you didn't hear what was said this morning. I didn't hear it was Oh what was a little bit of church at her on Greg Hill show from your old supposedly we're told old. Let's just say my eyes are open now and I always wondered why you don't allow me to have opinions yeah. No it's just your it's it's what you do is is my way you run this little operation like it's fucking Pyongyang. Nobody's nobody else is allowed to give their opinions for the sound of that or no no not yet they haven't post have but tomorrow good tried in the past certainly not to have ran the people coming into the show and my old show definitely didn't give Chris Encana Platform. They're obviously not in and they're all podcast and I don't do that here. That's true I never thought of it that way. Well Chris incurred. It's funny you mentioned Chris and Curtis as I say Chris Curtis because they were not allowed to have have opinions on the topic on anything on any tests I mean again. We haven't seen first audio yet but multiple people have been texting us and say yes. We shouldn't jump the gun. Maybe they didn't say but multiple people that will sources tweet. I don't think I got the twin surprisingly Conan's on the case that's good. I'd be curious to hear that Jeez yeah. I mean I don't know I I mean gene analysts less. I mean what's left Disabled Curtis to this point. It's sad you know. Cohen says tweets. Ken Laird apparently said he's not he wasn't allowed to give takes on the old show well in other other. People are associating that with Curtis so who knows what's I mean I mean I guess it was sort out of a joke like it wasn't really like we make why who cares we'll get to the bottom of interesting indeed anyway Steve. I'm GonNa let you pick your favorite springsteen insult to play right now. Going okay okay almost forgot it was Bernard. Don't do it. Don't don't ruin it for me. do you want me to play a little bit of that Bradfo audio yeah what did you do you want appearing this or no. Okay I want to hear. Did you listen to it Steve. Oh Bradford William overacted. It was slobbering. Yes it prompted unnecessary had the cut itself. I'm referring to because I want to hear the whole fucking boring segment graduations guy seriously haven't talked you. Hold on in the beginning in the second just a case. You've never explained who Robert Yes. We'll explain these saying the word congratulations he struggles with these six tongues. He's got a a little yeah he struggles with the English language in the written and oral form in the oil form here with Hill. He takes even nice fucking mm protein shake right down the goal. I Love Rob Hymie. The DOTCOM zone forever we coach basketball together years and years ago we're friends. We had some issues. I didn't think you really had my back when I left in. That's just the way she's the company guy so he goes on Greg Hill show and again. If you're my friend friend still father my son by the way like there's a way to do it I think in please everybody and show some loyalty this in my opinion. I'll be leakier. Mike's I don't think that way but go ahead thanks hey congratulations awesome that word because that sounds like he skipped five letters and congratulate them he said what a move you isolate better. No thanks hey congratulations is there are two R's in there. I didn't know oh by CRAG relations. Hey congratulations you say could graduate. How do you say backwards? Hey congratulations. Robin is a lot a busy guy. He doesn't have time to be learning early. Pesky Continents Karagwe relations especially the old days I'm here. Hey congratulations ACA. Okay thanks. Hey congratulations guys seriously. I haven't talked y'all but -gratulations start. I go up but it is weird that he can't say congratulations. That's all I it's weird unprompted. He started sucking off the shelves. You know he works works to the place so I guess Mike you're not there anymore. I like rob though he was. I think I do for you. Give me apart. I did with foxy down for you compared impaired. You did nothing for him. You might not again. I might not be aware of that but graduations on on in such a great start so it's really cool. Do you mean that I mean I said it's really what I say. Something really cool is obviously yeah. That's the ultimate punctuation well. I mean listen. It's you know it's. It's a radio show. I mean it's a radio show set gradually hold on. That's what is that route that exhausted after leads that it sounds sounds like all the time now you know thanks you know I don't know I don't know I don't know because radio show brothers trying to be nice guy and compliment them and they're like Oh why understanding we're standing. I'm sure a hill is ill man's like I know like okay friend of mine hand so he was like. Do you really mean that or awkward. You realize it robs pussy grab doesn't mean it but he's GonNa kiss asses a company. I don't like I don't want to not. I don't WanNa keep playing whatever I'm very fucking friendship. I have anyone down here. I said you know like Doc said enough that things are going to be hard right. Things are going to be hard. It wasn't that hard it was from the would've been now should've done is set exactly saying here but instead he should have said things. Take time should have gotten a semester abroad as he went in on the second part like I'm fine with the first part congratulations on the good start start but then a custom rock no no no you're great. I'll leave it alone. Roberts Curtis Curtis Brags. Let's told me you say earlier but Radio Show but like Rupp tells me that you think of sucks right so I understand on the dance a little bit a little unnecessary from the lie Greg Greg Hill's face like that have some respect for the man right. I don't know I don't know because if you go on congratulations unnecessary it's fine but the secondly whatever it's me it's I said the other day. I'm told that the phone there. I didn't want a year. He thought it was really mad. I'm actually not it's my only shoe. It's Jerry's fault for alerting because Jerry listen to the show because he's angry and you know today. I'm sure listen to the whole thing it'd be Brady outs just good conversation with Jerry last night by the way really I did not talk to Jerry Jerry the last thing about what he's walking his dog buying a costco and then sh Dave Dave portnoy phone connection going on great bridge from you jump off Joe Rogan guy he'd be nothing without his guests rogan stakes weird. This is totally unrelated but without just putting my head is like whenever I talked to culinary now he drops the phrase liberal Moonbat so I don't know why it's weird to Conan is talking about that. When calling told these people on the Dole this window to give yeah yeah he calls me all the time and you're talking like what was the conversation about? Just business talking-shop Steve tells so I talked to Jerry all the time Jerry Jerry listen to this podcast. He's thinks it's all that stuff but every time I see I talked to Steve when he talks Jerry's always saying the Jerry he thinks it's Steve shouldn't have left how he show right. He says that I went against his advice. Which is true yeah yeah well? I think Jerry looks at it as radio's radio's safer maybe and this is more of a risk but there are people and I like how everything the age of that show there a lot of people every day who just die listening to that show okay because of their age I mean they just drop dead probably fifty or sixty dollars a day in their eighties Keel over those live market basket but still it'll be those those are just the actuarial actuary tables. It's not true it's true. So what was the conversation. Don't get thrown out there. What would you guys talk about? I'll be talking about business what you talked about the industry the fucking sleep down. Please God them showing off the guns Jerry would jerry wants to be as producer by the way right that is a dream I think he's a he was a little letdown did he try and take me. No no no. He was a little let down when I say I was wondering if there was going to be kind of a fight where you can have them where we get the amount of money there you will hear no. That's why leave in two seconds for Jerry over me. Is that true no not at all all Jerry with Quayle Virginia. They used to make fun of when I bring stories like this. I'm glad you I'm sure the guys on Friday were laughed at my jokes like crazy. Steve Steve's good. He's good. He's Funny Funny Guy Johnson actuary tables and like you know it was great. It's awesome. Let's not let's is not downgraded good line. I mean I'm still rally by the LACI got the other day. So what was what was the last night just talking about the podcasting Industry Street and Jerry Callahan's future. I've had like ninety those conversations once you start doing some. What are we got? We moving yeah. I think we are having announcement. Oh no no nothing to announce but it'd be a little conversation to have off air afterwards little little business meeting with who you went today yeah yeah why just like in five minutes. What would you do it now? Let me five minutes of your time to talk sense shit. So are you going to do the Kurkin Callahan show with him yes every day. Oh Yeah Oh sorry that I mentioned that we are getting the band back together. We can pay and then turn essentially shower yeah. We'll see you on the street to do this. Is that a problem. It's all right. Would you the answer. What do you mean me by that the Kirk County Joan what form so once we have our new studio? We'll be putting out a number of shows one of them. We want to be the Jersey shore spinoff show once once a week you guys get the band back together and do a podcast. It's just the two weeks surely mid talked about once a week. Here's my question about that. I'm open to anything we do this podcast podcast four days a week Rela. I haven't seen your contract. I think you're obligated to do file barstool produce that show so you're you're saying the Friday show would be jerry. I might take it easy like you find like I think doing five fourteen hours a week of podcasting then doing another kissing might be too much media I don't know or do you not think so. I don't know I think I mean if you and Jerry just got together on a Wednesday night talked about the stuff that I see everyday. No just Kurkin Kurkin Callahan show us to talk about that stuff kind of those. The problem makes productive no part of that. I liked the idea of having I've said Letdown Times. Would you have an issue if I did our week with Jerry separately from these five shows no I wouldn't have ensured that good and I was concerned. I guess a lot of it depends on what you're allowed to to do through Barstool while I think I think my conversations I've had with people. Barstool seems to be that they would like that once a week. Maybe under the bar so umbrella somehow well I mean I guess that would make sense because I mean you know they want to sell it. Yeah right I mean would they do something for free in their minds. That's is going to be popular like those. I love Jerry Yeah but I mean let's be honest without me. I'm saying he's just an all night because of the wind can and I've voiced concern about this good if you're going to bring Gerry Callahan into Barstool it's already a little too conservative in here. I don't know Oh that's good. That's true but I mean. Do you think I I wouldn't mind having I'm open anything because I love Jerry but I'm not that's that's fine but I won the little. No I make you come you make me come was Jerry in year once a week for an hour with me and Mike Yeah let's start coming all over the place as what we do here rapper sexualizing Gerry Avenue Se you're welcome a Freebie even though I won this week uh-huh but does that make sense yeah. I think it does make sense but I guess my question is. We're going to have the studio. We're going to be renting out. We're GONNA TRY JARROD A lot. More contact. Jerry wants to do just talking to him briefly about it call. He's up call who I ever Gerry Callahan appearance on the show that's true there would be a little more continue to do a show yeah. That's how I do it. It'll be nice for what we want Robinson. Hello Hello I can hear him look. What are you running right now? I'm using a cellphone. You're live on the Kirkman show Barstool sports. I just wanted to talk you for thirty seconds ride live. It's okay it's okay you stop running for two seconds working. Okay Stop Stop Stop. I thought you were a main. No come on. Are you coming with me Dana Jacobson's funeral on Wednesday or sad canary grass. That's a real that's a real tragedy. I I just want to know I finally get John Ten. Seconds is not a big deal but are you trying to steal Robinson soon. Wait for me. No you told me to call. You said he's the brains the operation here in a lot of you talked Robinson last night. You're asking Robinson. Why did you want go? Hold on on hold on hold on the guy a little fucking. Mike told me Friday uh-huh okay. Are you okay but you have no idea what's that you forget discussing Friday. It's fine. It's fine. I'm kidding. Are you okay with calling him being a producer. I Dunno every probably want you want yeah. I was trying to Steve Not trying to figure out what you guys are talking about. Last night and Steve has no fuck. He's not saying anything so. I don't know if he's been cryptic or not by you. The whole time we talk about how crazy we are in the business with a lunatic like you. A ticking time bomb was probably GonNa turn on me again and probably going to turn on him because that's Jerry. Did you see this story out of Florida a woman actually she's actually her own mother. Yeah okay all right. I'll talk to you later. Good bye list. You have to listen to Tom. Brady just full one answer. Is this one like ten minute answer. I swear to God it's the it's your fault. It's your fault soft sticky so full of love. You could say these things is now we could never say with you or mean. You just feel liberated. I do you feel liberated being on this podcast now being on this Jerry. Have you ever spoken the pike before no bathroom. I have technically met him once but he wouldn't remember okay. We'll say story. I that's a great one all right. I'll move yeah. We'll we'll do it next week all right. I'll talk to you later. I love you. I love you. I love you. This is good Kirk. I love you what if another greatly really. What's your back more certain times that you turned on me? I never thought I am not re-litigating this. That's right now goodbye. I'll talk to you later job. fucking kill you old man always off the phone you about that moment right. They're awesome there. You go see they so we do it here. Very cool big announcement Stephen put that in the right now Jerry Kelly alien just joined the Kirkman the hand show and then we don't put the audio and that'd be fine with the right to us. I don't think so now you told them you were always live tweeted. I wish I say a very special guest figured out later all right anything thing else the we should we should give by the way with Mike Speak. We can make some money. Who did you make this money? Thanks to Mike O. Free sportsbook LOOK PICK DOT COM free sportsbook PICK DOT COM. I've seen many fans go. There's GonNa go there and make some money like Mike. Did he fall Mike Advice to date. He is what five and two on the year yes five and you're making money. That's the folks that you call right now. Eight eight eight blind picks I think more you better you bet how you doing so far in the better the pixel for this year doing terrific undefeated so far. No you know you lost week one on the same guy all right now last week when I've made a resounding comeback to two straight lock two weeks me fifteen hookers chemistry between me and Jerry. I'll always right there just like picking up right where you're just dragging it down not at not at all. I'm happy to be the blind Mike and that was that it was an honor lapdog. I'm happy to be the mud to hear Kirk and Kelly gets in the brain. It's your fault but he got red thirteen and re thirty. Oh by the way free sportsbook pick dot com correct. Yes free sportsbook PICK DOT COM. You know a lot of people instantly recognize about it. It's free free free free way to help. Kirkman Han go sign up for betting advice it go do that. Let us know when you did it by the way Mitt offense step up up slobbering Auburn of his lunatic and her boyfriend who's playing like a fiddle and pay attention to wars. We're fighting wars your goddamn anymore with us. NBC I mean what the Fuck you're. We're sitting there going yeah. Hey Real. Are you not rea- how old are you. Oh Jesus Christ fucking woman all right great. Just crazy believe me she'd been fucking Thursday gun so red thirteen hundred dot com read thirteen studios dot COM Steven Shay but that's alright always tomorrow. It's ever I guess in Cohen also evergreen through anything else guys WANNA wrap up with their own and we also have Jerry Kelly confirmation in studio next week. That's what I'm saying. That was the big announcement big announcement there you go sorry joins the show for how long let's Julie Impaired. She's his mom biological mother together a lot. My Gary and Kirstie Alley Star in love is blind and grows. Ah Yes dress couldn't have gotten a different Christie. kirstie alley cheers Kirstie alley comics like your mom okay yeah she she does. That's fair I mean I don't know obviously you're better off. The titties look like no idea she's a waitress with dreams of a better life. He's O. J. AS SIMPSON NEE teacher how to speak when spoken to keenen Ivory Wayne's don't make me say it again the great one holy Shit again that's forty. That's a tweet from that guy that guy's waitress with dreams of a better life. He's Oh. OJ Simpson together they teach you how to speak when spoken to Keenen Ivory Wayne Stars. Don't make me say it again this misconduct address morning show pitches I is that what is the right account to account. That's good job. IDC that he he's got us every day. Those are it because of course it's funny I mean. OJ Simpson's not going to be and CBS but like the one about the fucking teacher all evil simplicity of it though she's he's suffering dhs juicy struggling waitress. He's OJ Simpson in one hundred percent honest to come on CBS this year home believable that would be as OJ Simpson. There's a there's a laugh tracks with his stabby jokes. She allegations in sound domestic violence calls was house ocean arrests for OJ. Where is his last broadcasting company he called football for? I don't know who was trying to remember Oh. NBC Really Right He was all oh these us about that weird strange. let me come full circle imagining this Sitcom. There's a scene where like the girl has falls falls or something and not it walks in the room and says I'm not even touch that everyone laugh what's Thanksgiving Turkey and He's like come on now. Wacky episode were there you know they're on the highway together and they're driving and I know a thing or two about this jumps in the backseat. It's it's getting Kinda. Cold this winter juice gloves on its Jeez. What an episode? I think it's going no I would say so people love this. Are you GONNA do tag Kirkman tax. NBC Kirkman Hand Tallies NBC's rapes no that's no big fan tallies rapes Komo you just kind of went through and you count all. NBC affiliates every more like you know something about shitting NBC basically expose NBC's history it looks like the Jon Stewart Routes Kirk destroys NBC right right right well figure it out and you put Jerry not as well Kirkman drugs and rapes and you mentioned Jerry now. I'm as you like title worthy that whole thing come on the brief exchange. We'll work them into the description. Listen you say makes his return day. Steve Robinson show Jerry's more of a culinary show. Let's not give him too much and Gerry Callahan. Just say just called into the Kirkman shows that very exciting not technically accurate. No sure we did by the way he is he is he. Is he alright. He sounded a little busy running. He said he was just walking. I'm walking and yes. You should overblown people who read the tweets before this. It's GonNa Tagging Mike if you if you're going to mention me I'd appreciate tagging association with this helped your social media media presence or no no no no there has it. I don't even know as it. Oh God yeah happy to help thank you. How about you Steve The fascinate twitter kind of yours doing more followers on big Steve Steve Houston to the main account Eric? Oh yeah sorry I mean the gets he he gets a very seriously. Dan Readiness Shave now. I'm kind of liking it until Jerry's on the show you leave me for Jerry. What a match made in heaven now Leo Cullen Fuck? She's fun. You might enjoy a jerry more though nobody's leaving anybody. Okay down rumors. Thank you Steve. I could see being happy do more more political stuff I mean. How do you know I'm not happy? I don't know if you're having tone. That's what's up thrill joint experience. I am yeah. I'm very happy. Fuck Fuck and hug very happy. Happy Goes Yeah. I love this book Hotels For New York. You know Barcelos doing that now for me though right now thank you. I want to stay in the hate. The city and I know you said that you said you want to stay in the suburbs somewhere so cooperstown couple of hours jonkers was leafy suburb. We're doing there yet we've been in touch with Sirius. XM there's another kind of I guess an Iheart show that like to get you on that in a book and you on what's we'll Talk Radio Joe Contra show we should get are you on now with the Charlemagne the gut he hates me. I know that's what I'm saying. That's GONNA call myself. Kirk the God. It's not Nice da Ta Yeah Yeah. Let maybe I'll do that. No sturm like an APP. we're in touch with serious anything involving stern coming up or no yes dance universal Thursday. Yes yes yes yes. That's a that's a firm. Yes we're supposed to talk about. We're not saying who said we why not because you said you said don't talk about that. Well I had him on the old podcast and there was a difficult booking woven given really narrowing given mind that time but think oh I have no idea who this could be your on the nose on this one that would say looking forward to with very much so yes that would be a great one so there you go hopefully will get a word in edgewise. I can't talk about right yeah. I go ahead. You're the one who lay down the road. It's what is pretty funny we missing. We did MIS characterize. What Steve was trying to do with that? Go to be fair. Sure thank you okay. I have been up. You never admit you're wrong. I admit I admit that I was wrong. It was like brother what's true but that's not even that's. That's true visiting argue. What else do you want me to take place hotdog eating contest? That's true. It happened when you bullied Ben O'Brien. Can you get yeah but the he always tweets yeah poor guy. Was I wrong about the we're going to get him on. You think Oh everyone comes on the way he's he's. He's investigating. ABC's accuser yeah he's he's leading the charge on that instagram's and everything I think it's I think there's a place for that. Though I know people don't want to hear that but there's a place for that no it's important work fine well. If you do anything today I would just suggest out there listen to the album darkness on the edge of town is the greatest album of all time it's perfect it's perfect album of my life and is from Bruce Frederick Springsteen born September twenty third nineteen forty nine the man who got me through my strange strange adolescents with my dad and the configure out Bruce was there to talk to me to sing demy and as a father he sings to me and I love him so much. I'm so happy he's here at age wjr seven years old I love you. I said earlier you're the greatest man is ever lived. Ever greatest my Dad Stu Rayson fifteen teenage any further to the right would be in your glovebox Doobie brothers coming up next related but they do be running back up the appeal at all now at all. You don't know Dan you Steve You like country music. That's good nothing. What do you like Mike L? Look what he wanted to dance a little for us. He's fast growing on me. I don't know that I would let's see can out in Taylor. Come on my there's only oh great song. Grace also actually quite say Bruce springsteen. What does that mean to you like born in the USA? Hey is meaningless born in the USA lyrics shopping in tolerant. I think of Glory Day so you don't turner good when I hear Springsteen I think of when Donald Donald Trump used to play born in the USA at his rallies to make fun of Ted Cruz because he was born in Canada singers to spin it back. I know Bruce Not a man I put the politics six. Oh you have to do with us. Don't you with artists and writers and actors the fucking stupid when he comes to play our music like well. I mean yeah but we are stupid. I Agree Paul Ryan. Maybe when he was vice presidential candidate was playing like rage against the machine or something it was off not rage against the machine. It was a different one something like that where the artists Diane Yeah no he was. He wasn't even playing rallies. He was just like you know. I like to listen to this when I'm running. Kurt fucked you buddy. No I mean you support cutting bruce a big liberal and everything that's fine. I don't have a problem with it but you know who's staring at when he's tain hundred fifty bucks. I was fucking tickets like they're all guys. My Age Wadham like let's who's buying the t shirts was buying the book sous going right. It was listening to songs about a TURNPIKE IN JERSEY. I've seen this guy concert sixty six times what bruce fans at all not only that amount billy keep keep track. I know set lists the last time I heard the song of the time before I heard the song I don't know what it is. I don't know what that is. It's called mental illness what it is. You've got bruce juice but there's coursing through events but there's no but yeah it's weird. I don't know who that guy is so the guys my age in Jerry's age ten or fifteen years Bruce is the guy who's that guy for guys in their twenties and thirties now. Who is that our church? I don't know that there is one so I mean some rappers. Probably I guess but there's nobody who is What Fifty Five Year Old Guy Twenty years let was thirty five now yeah? That's a that's a really good question. I don't think there's any way I mean like maybe Taylor Swift like heroes hyper masculine music number now women Shit here Steve Juve Oh you know who will be as a country artist chips in Luke Bryan in their church ten seconds for you at the show that Roy sorry the Professor Professor Roy Plato. Would you professor rope and legally we have to talk over to we have to pay. Have you seen that just deep serene calm that comes over Kirk. I know like we should play springsteen more often. I think now on recess springsteen playing music bedpan great song great album wonderful wonderful man so lucky dinner at the same time he is. I mean what a break. What would you do if something came out about him? I wouldn't believe it like me. Defend them okay. I'm talking live you. I would definitely remember there's a weird sort of half one about stallone a couple of years ago. I choose not to bullshit me too foamy to me too. Now I gotta go see this Rambo which the fucking liberals are freaking out above. You've seen this area. It's like it's pro trump and like you know he's slaughtering these people. It's like it's it's fucking. They somebody somebody told I went and he killed these. People in the fans. were cheering and screaming Mike so we'll see Rambo when you went to see what's about time in Hollywood and Brad Pitt was breaking that girl at the end you okay with that like well actually no they weren't they. Were that's right yeah like you know you'll see Jackie. Chan a fucking joke actually thinks rant as Rambo is going to be great but you're going to have some fun. I was under the impression it's a documentary. That's real footage as it is. anything else before we get out of here today at all yeah. I think we have yes so they go tomorrow. Well we can always get two colon. The following is a big week. It's a big show is coming up here. I'm looking forward to this. We also start read thirteen studios and we think Milton last weekend thirteen students. Is it definitely last week thirteen Steve. I guess it would have to be legally right for free. I'm guessing so we're GONNA be in the new studio. Well we're taping when Thursday right yes or in their Monday so we'll be in the new studio on Thursday will start to show every day on Monday on Blue

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