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Poets We Lost in 2018

Poetry Off The Shelf

00:00 sec | 3 years ago

Poets We Lost in 2018

"Donald hall deduct Shangai Donald Allen. This is poetry off the shelf from the poetry foundation. I'm Curtis this week, the poets we lost in two thousand eighteen. Kayla cuevas. On this podcast. We've been marking the individ- here by remembering some of the poets who died during the year. We can't feature them all but we're going to hear from three of them on this Meena Alexander. Lucie. Brock Brueghel and j d McClatchy. In addition to be an appellate JD McClatchy was a critic eleborate British and an influential teacher, he was also an editor. And one of his projects was a series called the voice of the poet these were small books featuring individuals twentieth century poets like Robert Lowell and Adron rich, and they were packaged with an audio cassettes and later with a CD of archival recordings oddly enough, the poetry foundation, never recorded, McClatchy himself, reading his poems. I had to dig around online to find this recording. The emperor Augustus has favorite poet was Horace whom he to he gave everything to Horace that Horace wanted Harz was smart enough not to one very much. This is from a reading McClatchy gave in nineteen Ninety-three at the library of congress. The first thing he read was his version of a poem by the Roman poet Horace. This is just an instance of literary theft. Something writers do. Better than they do other things. The poem is a very famous poem in Latin intimidates of Venus, which the poet says that he's getting to be fifty years old, and he tells Venus and love to go on someone else that he's given up on love. Go finder wonderful portrait of a kind of yuppie lawyer in Rome, the days, go go to the young man down the road who can afford you. This is just a a contemporary version of this famous poem. And I think. No one in this room needs to be reminded that GMT's Stanford gin and tonic. It's cold late night owed. It's over love. Look at me pushing fifty now hair like grave grass growing in both ears the piles and boggy prostate the hanged man's penis. The sour taste of each days. I lie and that recurrent dream of years ago. Pulling swaying bead chain of moonlight of slipping between the cool sheets of dark along a body like my own, but blameless. What good's might cut glass conversation? Now. Now, I'm so effortlessly Bulger and said you get from life, which you can shake from it for me. It's Jian tease all day and CNN. Try the blonde boy chick lawyer entry level at eighty grand who pouts about the overtime keeps avion and a beeper in his locker at the gym and hash in tin foil. Under the office fern. There's your hound from heaven with buccaneer. Curls and perfumed warpaint on his nipples, his answering machine always has room for one more slurred embarrassed coal from you know, who. Some nights. I've laughed so hard the tears won't stop look at me. Now why? Now, I long ago gave up pretending to believe anyone's memory will give as good as it gets. So why these stubborn tears? And why do I dream almost every night of holding you again, or at least of diving after you my long gone through the bruised unbalanced waves. That was j d McClatchy reading at the library of congress in nineteen ninety three. You can listen to the whole recording and lots of other very historic recordings on the library of Congress's website. Lucie. Brock Brueghel also died this year. She was fairly young only sixty one years old. She went said that quote, a poem is troubled into it's making. It's not a thing that blooms it's a thing that wounds and her poems bear that out. Lucie. Brock ROY toe had one of the most memorable voices I've ever had the pleasure of recording in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight in Pittsburgh. My father died of a massive cardiac event that happened out of the blue. He was very young my sister. And I were extremely young. And it was a devastating event meteors Leonard twenty twelve Brock Brueghel had a palm and poetry magazine that starts with her father's early death. It's called father in drawer. And this is how she introduced it for us on tape. My sister, and I both have the last photograph of my father. He's young handsome. He's holding pipe and she keeps this photograph propped on her kitchen counter in Bethesda, Maryland. And with her small children kept being bumped off and going to the floor and one day. She called me to tell me she had put we called him daddy that she had put this photograph in an obscure utensil drawer, and that every time that she opened this drawer. She said. There was daddy. That was what occasioned the poem. But once it began to be written, it became much, more formal and much darker. Here's the poll, which takes place in nineteen sixties, Pittsburgh and mentioned some of the then toxic rivers that flowed through that city father in drawer. Mouthful of earth hair half a century silvering who buried him with what make a fist for heart that is decisive. It also directives from our DNA. The nature of his wound was the clock Sakata winding down. He wound down July that pit humid sales of sailboats swelled yellow boxes of cigars from Cuba. Plumped? Ring fingers fattened for spell barges of coal bloomed in heat. It was when the catfish with the only fish left living in the Mananga healer river. Though, there were they swore. No angels left. One was still bound in the very drawer of salt and ache and rendering its wings wrapped in by the slink from the strap of his second wife, Pearl satin slip shimmering and still as one haring left face up in its brine and tin. The nature of his wound was muscatine and terminal. He was easy to take down as Porgy of the cold Atlantic coast. In the old city of broad, most of the few Jews left living still may have been at supper while he died that same July his daughter scales came off in every brittle tinsel color, washing to the next slow yellowed river and the next toward west Ohio bound, this is the extent of that. I still have plenty heart. But was Lucie. Brock Brueghel reading father in drawer, which was originally published in poetry and December of twenty twelve. Finally, Meena Alexander. She died just recently in November. She was a memoir, est and novelist as well as apart. She was born in India and grew up in India and Sudan later, she studied in England before coming to the US I recorded her in twenty fourteen in New York, and I asked her to introduce and then read her poem condenser. Oh, well, could I wrote after I saw composer friend working on a piece that he was writing? So I had never actually seen a composer work the piano to to you know, just sort of make up a piece, and I suddenly thought oh my God. There's such a connection between the composition of poetry in the composition of music. It's actually closer to the composition of music, then to making a piece of prose like a fiction piece, at least that's what I thought. So. Hence this poem. Cotton's. I want you Huns at the keyboard making music one hundred with a tiny short oppose smoke. I think with finger bone joins Paul mock of the fish living thing in search of a watering hole set in a walled garden or in a field with all the fences torn were hill, your father cry into the wind that beat Cygan stones in a small town where you were born it's cornfield sky would pointing never sewn never to be reaped flagrant immortal. That was Meena Alexander reading condenser. You can read many poems by media Alexander Lucie. Brock ROY toe and j d McClatchy and find out a lot more about them on our website poetry, foundation dot org. The theme music for this program comes from the Claudia quintet for poetry off the show. I'm Curtis fired. Thanks for listening.

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This is Memorial Day

Life in the Son

30:00 min | 4 months ago

This is Memorial Day

"The life of production industry located in jackson mississippi host c. k. Would inspire welcome to the seventeenth episode of life in the sun. Thank you for listening in today. This is memorial day. We got a great episode voice. And don't go away. We'll be right back. Good morning. Like i said this is memorial day and i'm really glad you taking the time to listen today because it is such an important day if you listen to my sixteenth episode of was talking about the us code and it is in law by congress and just to be you know. Refresh everybody's memory and by the way. This is only a portion of the code. It's pretty Pretty in depth actually but this is titled thirty six. Us coach subtitle one article. Eight chapter one six and one sixteen at you missed all that just key breed winding play again. That's what we used to learn how to play songs back when we first started playing music but on memorial day the term memorial day means the legal public holiday designated as memorial day by section sixty. One oh three. A of title. Five united states code now section bore national moment of remembrance. The minute beginning at three pm local time on the moyal day each year is designated as the national moment of remembrance and sectioned six the duties a in general the commission shell one encourage the people of the united states to give something back to their country which provides them so much freedom and thirty to encourage national state local and tribal participation by individuals and entities in commemoration of memorial day and the national moment of remembrance including for tissot station by a national humanitarian patriotic organizations be elementary secondary and higher education institutions see veteran societies and civic patriotic educational sporting artistic and cultural and historical organizations de federal departments and agencies and a museums including cultural and historical museums and three provide national coordination for commemorations in the united states of memorial day and the national moment of remembrance. That's pretty good right. Well guess what. I think we all know where the country stands right now and i think today is the day that we need to remember those who sacrificed so much for this country. We need to forget about what's going on in politics. We need to forget about mainstream media. Forget about facebook. take top twitter. Everything remember those who have fallen in battle serving this country. And there's a lot of you out there that no but i'm just going to recite to you the the oath that i took and so many others took as enlisting as we enlisted in the united states military. I in my case. Of course williams do solemnly swear or affirm that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and domestic foreign and domestic that i will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and that i will bay the orders of the president of the united states and the orders of the officers appointed over me according to the regulations and the uniform code of military justice. So help make god. Now i've also included the oath of officers which you can go check out on my blog or whichever occasion may decide is okay now this memorial day. We need to remember. And i want to start with soldiers who died in the iraq war on march. Nine twenty twenty. Diego de bongo. Gunny sergeant united states army thirty four years old from bali Simi valley california august tenth. Two thousand nineteen james clayton horn specialist united states army twenty-three atlanta's louisiana august two thousand and nineteen scott a cop and hatred gunnery sergeant united states marines thirty five years old from mangoes colorado january sixteenth two thousand nineteen jonathan armor cheap worn opposite to u. s. army thirty seven from boynton beach florida january sixteenth. Two thousand nineteen scott words civilian department of defence forty two from saint louis missouri january sixteenth two thousand nineteen shannon. Kent crypto creek villa protontherapy technician chief. Us navy thirty five years old from syria new york on april thirty two thousand eighteen jonathan j dunbar master sergeant united states army from austin texas april fifth two thousand eighteen jonathan j. jumbo dunbar master sergeant. Us army austin texas april fifth two thousand eighteen thomas allston williams second class petty opposite united states navy. Twenty two years old from freeport maine february nineteenth. Two thousand eighteen christina. Maria shoe necker sergeant. Us army twenty six from arlington virginia. October the second two thousand seventeen alexander w missile dime specialist. Us army twenty years old. From austin texas december twenty fifth two thousand seventeen brian lee stillwell master sergeant age fifty six vocal. What oklahoma april twenty. Second two thousand seventeen western and lee personal tenant. Us army from plumpton georgia november twenty. Four th two thousand sixteen scott see dayton senior chief petty officer united states navy age forty two from woodbridge virginia november tenth. Two thousand sixteen ronald l murray junior specialist. Us army twenty seven years old from lawrence kansas's next soldiers who died in afghanistan january leonard twenty twenty. Miguel vila lon private first class. United states army twenty. One julia annoy november. I twenty twenty in p mclaughlin staff sergeant. Us army twenty nine years old from newport news. Virginia december twenty third two thousand and nineteen. Michael j. goebel sergeant first class. Us army thirty-three from washington township new jersey september sixteenth two thousand nineteen jeremy w griffin sergeant first class united states army forty years old from greenbrier tennessee timber v two thousand nineteen ellis a or tease sergeant first class united states army. Thirty four years old from aerobics. Puerto rico twenty ninth. Two thousand nineteen dustin be our soggy bird's class. Us army thirty one years old from hyde park utah august twenty first two thousand nineteen jose j gonzalez. Us army thirty five years old from the california august twenty birth two thousand and nineteen louise f daily on for guerin master sergeant. Us army thirty one years old from chicopee massachusetts. July twenty ninth two thousand and nineteen brandon. Jay kirscher private first class. Us army twenty. One stryker ohio on july twenty nine hundred two thousand nineteen. Michael isaiah nats specialists. Us army twenty four years old from chicago illinois july thirteenth. Two thousand and nineteen james g. Solder sergeant major. Us army forty from t- texas april the eighth two thousand nineteen benjamin. S hines sergeant. Us marine reserve thirty one years old from york. Pennsylvania november twenty. Seven two thousand eighteen dylan j elkin staff sergeant. Us air force twenty five years old from hoops down. Pennsylvania november third. Two thousand eighteen. Taylor brent major. Us army national guard thirty nine years old from ogden. Utah now this is just a small list of the names of soldiers who died in iraq and afghanistan. And i gave these names. Because it's more to me to just remembering that. Some of our american troops died in war. I think it's more important that we put a name to those soldiers. We remember that these were real people. We may not have known them would may never met a may never never never met him in our entire lives. But these men sworn oath just like i did and they went whatever president told them to go. They followed the orders of the ucla in jay and it costs them their lives people. We have certain freedoms in this country that you just don't see in any other country in the world and this year. I think it is very important that we remember that these names were real people not just a soldier died in battle. These people were sons daughters brothers. They were sisters. They had siblings. More mothers and fathers their families suffered a great deal at their loss. And don't think that's suffering ended after a year or two. I guarantee you. There's at least one day out of the year. That is very hard for these families because one of their family members made the ultimate sacrifice for this country and i think more than anything this year it would be incredible if we could not dishonor these brave men and women some of them some of them not even drinking age and i think it's extremely imported that we do remember not just that soldiers died and bat but that those soldiers were real people. They were family members to somebody. They were loved by many people and they didn't come home. And if nothing else all the fighting and the bickering in the point fingers jabbing at each other that we see this country doing right now. Can we stop this just for today just for one day out of the year and just remember these soldiers. These soldiers didn't die in vain. I hope and pray. And i want to say this. I know only gave a very small. This i mean relatively speaking is a very small bist and yes. We lost a lot more troops than is in iraq and afghanistan along we lost fifty eight thousand two hundred and twenty american soldiers in vietnam. We lost over six hundred fifty thousand in the civil war. This country has paid at very very steep price for what we have. And i know only listed a few so i will ask if you have anybody in your family or friend that lost their lives in battle. I look. i'm a veteran. Send me their names. What branch of service they were in were when they were fighting. And i promise you for the next year. Every name that i receive i will feature them on every podcast for the next year. I know today's memorial day. But i think one of the things we've forgotten the most in this country alter easily as people who don't come home. It's real easy to forget what they did. Real easy to forget who they were a less you or a loved one of that family member and i would love to give all of these guys the credit. They deserve not honored they deserve. I think it's worth it so if you have a friend or family member that bought overseas are fought in any war and and had the great misfortune of losing their lives while serving with honor and paying for the freedoms that we that we have not that we deserved these freedoms. Don't come free and they definitely aren't cheap so by all means send me some names some soldiers i would love to give them monitor on this podcast every single time i post and if i get enough i'll pose more than three or four or five. I don't care send them all to me. Let's honor these troops but for one day for this day alone this memorial day asking. I'm asking and Parade that we do not forget that these were real men and women they had lives here and they pay the ultimate price please. Let's take this one day. This one federal holiday called memorial day. Let's commemorate the soldiers. Let's give him honor the honor. They deserve believe me. They deserve it. Let's not dishonored them by fighting back and forth and playing all these games that are going on right now. People show a little bit on to these people who deserve it. You know the founding fathers the ones who wrote the declaration of independence. I mean the ones who signed the declaration of independence most of them gabe up everything they had and as a matter of fact forget who it was i wanna say washington but may not have been washington but one of the founding fathers. His I it's not a plan. What do you call it. His house is huge house and all his property was being tied by british soldiers and it was general washington who was going to salvage the house and the man who owned the house told washington burned to the ground and is amazing that these people gave up so much as a matter of fact. Let me if you don't mind read. The last part of the declaration of independence is says and i quote we. Therefore the representatives of the united states of america in general congress assembled appealing to the supreme judge of the world for the rectitude of iran. Tensions do in the name am bio thority of the good people. These colonies solemnly published and declare that these united colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent states that they are absolved from all allegiance to the british crown and that all political connection between them and the state of great britain is and ought to be totally dissolved and that as free and independent states they have full power to levy war conclude peace contract alliances established commerce and to do all other acts and things which independent states may of right do and for the support this declaration with a farm reliance on the protection of divine providence. We mutually pledge to each other our lives our fortunes and our sacred honor and that they did most of them lost everything including their families their own lives. They knew it was coming. But for the sake of freedom for the sake of honor. These men gave up everything for us to have what we have today. And in a two hundred forty five years that this country has been in existence. Two hundred twenty of those us united states at bought in some kind of a war where our countrymen have given up their lives for this very freedom. Let's not take it lightly. We owe it to the men and women who gave everything so we could have something. So on this memorial day. Let's put aside political posturing and the radical racist rhetoric. If we have nothing else in common we are americans. We are bound together by the bloodshed of our brave bronzes sisters that we lost in battle. Can we not unite. But one day just one day and remember these brave souls and pray that god above will give us some sorta piece that these men and women died for. This is our country. This is our freedom. Fake that it's important ladies and gentlemen that we honor these people. They're not here for us to shake their hands. Thank them for their service to me is not enough to go to an unknown soldier's grave and put flowers on it. It's enough to know their names to remember their humanity to remember. They had families. Their families sacrificed a lot. We owe it to them. Let their deaths not be in vain. Let's come together as one united nation and remember these loss brothers and sisters who shed their blood for our freedom. I don't think that's too much to ask. That's going to be for today's episode. I look forward to seeing the next. Let's seeing everyone in the next episode but it chill brace piece of good. Jesus christ all amen listening to lightens jay williams soon

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E187: Re:Thinking Sport - Mark Bullingham

Unofficial Partner Podcast

37:24 min | Last month

E187: Re:Thinking Sport - Mark Bullingham

"Hello and welcome to official partner. The sports business podcast. I'm richard gillis. This is a special episode of rethinking sport. Our collaboration with porter's the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. Our guest today is marked pulling him who is chief. Executive of the fa the governing body for football in england. One of the biggest jobs in sport his remit covers the entire game from england teams to grassroots. The women's superleague to wembley stadium billingham was promoted to the top job. In march two thousand nine hundred following the departure of malting glenn the man who recruited into the fa as the commercial director before that he ran fuse. Omni comes spoil an entertainment agency and was the marketing director of the america's cup sailing race. It's a conversation that covers a lot of ground including the phase relationship with the commercial sector and innovation more generally the future funding model for the women's superleague. What he fought of the hundred and what he's learning about politics and politicians from euro twenty twenty and the f. as joint bid for the two thousand thirty e for world cup. And if he liked the podcast your love the unofficial partner newsletter that goes direct to the inbox thousands of senior executives across the global sports business every thursday to join them. Sign up by an official partner dot com. Here's mark billingham What was the first job. I i agree university and wanted to get in. Sport didn't really know how getting sport and actually find mine. Down the napa critics to what was the weight by race and became the population base. And i was lucky enough to get through. That process can catch up on that site. I came straight out of university into that. Now is a one year contract. We're always to the traveling around the world for yet and helping romney event and we were really small team because whitbread was uk brand. Didn't have that much interest in it beyond the t. v. pictures being beamed back britain experience for me because we have a team ended up doing seventy things which you probably need a lot more experience to and then from there beauvais board. The rights narrow agency recruited me could monitoring activity at the time they got bought by false track onto the companies that none go ahead onto by cranky. Taylor a ninety. Say that craig taylor in different guises ten years. Say craigie taylor. That became the greek became pool but it was the same company to send building. So who is crazy. Taos nigel currie. Spring sato carriers. Jon morgan marcus rumpus with china and there are kept it. Changes fighting ships not time. But wait until the management buyout from css stella. Now it's one of the insisted. That and then i put on myself ninety twice and runner so the clients. They're the voter fame. But if i think it's gone being key. Bg group with some weapon. Nationwide had a lot of different collins and effectively. Got an offer we aiming to actually run into a coffee is but we got an offer. When we'd i need owned ourselves out the management buyout. The offer came in less than a year after woods. And they'll say it took probably to negotiates and then we sell that. Genus meter already built into that vision that works to bond bills that were going to buy companies around europe and richard accelerating but we sold out immediately before the crash The big banking crisis which than meant to his helps them by companies Really impacted all grade as well so then. Today's was effectively locked in but at the end of that two years had a very amicable conversation with them saying they can really deliver the vision that they sell to us in. Not the montana is who's going to look for other things on. I was actually planning to miami thing in a social media company in helping the to Out as managing director just entranceway couple months but then russell on the american Not works with them. Previously on a concept we tried put together and got him very while is incredibly impressive guy. And he effectively recreates meets. Come on robin vision. For the america's cup in san francisco so when ten what can by the team and the event but then migrated identity event out in san francisco. Then they pennington. From keeping mcclatchy craig taylor. And i like that employed at new mexico up he he got l. and basically happened. Osman's comeback would be taking the company on the america's cup is i've i've met russ who is incredibly impressive person and someone who you imagine. If you're in that game you would follow and yet you need that sort of charisma to to get people to do what you do on america's cup. I was confused america's cup because when you say you're writing the plan for it always feels like they're writing the plan each time. There's an america's cup. Is that right that that is right is the strength of weakness if they been that whoever wins it has the ability to completely rewrite the rules. I think it was exciting opportunity to make because you basically had one of the richest men. In the world saying rip up this event unsought again and we made some key changes to when we started working on. It was an event where the bikes twelve miles an hour. Moths offcials fight hard to engage audiences racist an hour and half two hours and really been live out for a long time for the hunt. Sending fan base. I love the mostly said the joy fat but that was a huge opportunity to make Modern compelling for much broader audience. Nothing we that we made it. Six thoughts bites racing in hobbies with technology to explain to people. Easy who's winning. Might vol about cited simple by a lot more adamant to the bites the same every bites reports the nationality By by touching the bites nationality said people who wins. I'm actually incredibly proud of what we did without van which took in full. It's an that makes couple all my soul. The teams agreed to talk format moving forward and the subsequent events. Kazakh won that event themselves conscription benita. The teams agreed to continue that foam up but unfortunately anything to add to. That was tennessee. Eight to one back. That's museum and i kept some of the elements official but it has changed again woah. I i'll have done sailing. Yeah when i was younger. I think polarizing things obscene off of that level but presumably this point where you mentioned the financial crisis so we're running into twenty twelve is that's on the horizon views and talk with them picks. What was that. Like intensive the agency market there were more agencies popping. Up seemed to me that time and there was an obvious reason trying to get work around on the twenty two over the assumption that it was going to be a sort of sea change fused with an incredible experience. Thank please join david about fourteen or fifteen of us. Some left us. It was hundred twenty-five uk and throughout europe about two hundred forty trout. Europe site graduates incredible. We're actually a little bit too late going to recap laws london's twenty twelve. We didn't take the into to. The two thousand sixteen olympics won the category but which was very competitive and as part of that. Go the rights for the team in london so we activated for them. And if you other projects but weren't one of the. Is that growth back of leonard. Twenty five ready week off for that also is a bit tricky because there was two schools thought one is the olympics. You build a business around the olympics. And then we're going to talk about the golden decade of sport and you're going to jump from that into the rugby world cup into various other sort of process games and a wondering looking back at that period now whether that was a good idea in terms of whether or not you get in the agency market yet beguiled by those big quadrennial events. And actually you get a much. Spiky a- demand via services think it depends on your model. Kazama was very much about sentencing brands and obse with mice big brands. I app on your plants. Those plants can Events or they can something you have to create so kamal point of view. We weren't not affected. i think there are other agencies. If you're sign agency called track for lung twelve some credible but you probably looking at what. He'll team's gonna be done the following year so for us. I'd say the idol simulation to the industry was britain. But it wasn't a model that we relied on for sure. Okay just take is from there to the fighting because you start commercial the commercial guide. They're fighting is that right. Yeah so the other five of us love. You're working with lots of young amick. People leads a lot of good things about it. I guess the frustration for me. What i wanted to move closer to the action without had time at a coming buddy effectively with the mexico. And you'll that much because the action you can sense actual products. And i was starting around when the fbi option came up and it was just Although remember mating meeting with muffin gladden who again was another rating. Press guy. 'cause i wasn't one hundred percent. Sure about the lines with some a more trump unless patients not sure i'm right view and he showed me that much change gender and that was a lot of things that we could really work on developing make the organization forwards and outboard since that vision. Nothing that we've had a lot of people who came on at the same time in the organization it's once you're inside the f. Awol what surprised you. You'd have no one has a view of the. Fa is huge thing at the center of british spore and life. But what was there anything that sort of surprised when you got there. Yeah i think a lot of people have to remember. When i was joining a hat a set number people asking if i was crazy and a set number people in the organization saying they saw the opportunity in between i think intensity i. It's hard for people to understand this the breadth of the organization. We have so many different apartments in the rights of small businesses so our education teams like one hundred people will deliver twenty thousand closest. We'll see see twenty four england teams. We've run across streets football which is under thousand teams. We run wembley. We run central park at the fbi It's a big competition in Around the world said as a huge amount of different components. Even before you get to the cool coming body regulation that sort of thing. I think it's the breadth of that. Item is people when they come find surprising difference. That is a good point in that. Because i was looking at the strategic plan the released earlier in the year and one of the observations is that is how broad is and how broad the ambition is and you then get to a point where you say. Where does the start and stop within the faa. Is there a conversation about. This is too broad or we are. What are we saying. No to hear. Strategy is saying no to things. I think it's the hottest thing and many companies bodies but certainly within the pay to stop doing things so you caught up in happy days for new projects which can be ready competiting but we gotta find out amounts of residual financial and people said that all you have to stop doing things and yet we do have some kind of value. Say you'll rights in terms of that can make a big challenge of stretchy is not so much. What's fake zone the walk to stop doing Take some nothing's fascinated pandemic will cycle so handled Hard something we would saying anyway but it really facilitate ready. Firm against strategic objectives including recycling organization in different psycho is also have opinions on what they feel is is critical but it really helped us. We have a very strategic plan. And i think off challenges as we build up on making sure we stay. Today's objectives rawdon. Ruining out. whether again what signals do you think are in that strategic plan the people in the businesses spoil my due to follow all be conscious of the points their chances generally the change of the organization. Just the january. I guess a bit of both there is the narrow. How can i make money from the faa. How can i supply the faa what we know as it going. What sort of services will they need. But there's also the other thing about it's how is it making money now. Yeah and how is that going to evolve. Yes and making money Revenue pre pandemic way taken from three hundred twenty years about four hundred forty kennedy. That's back down now. And we all like many. Rod sodas When a situation where stream than we have a commercial partnerships. We have events at wembley who have prosperity at wembley licensing so Lots of our revenue stream saw fatty traditional when we try to move them on this developing att proposition. Investing heavily dates indirect concealments building. Federal options is down the line. I think in terms of companies john celso something that can understand that will that big digital transformation. Attempts have Debate debate see on all the challenges. come with that i think view is we have that opportunity scott direct and we know that every organization trying to bill that thank spices and so on but aww us double fans i'm players and coaches and voters will be happy about our relationship with us. They know we cannot body to them and we think that's not the brands provided they won't come work with us and again no. We're not talking about building a big database not to sell them without those but actually have genuine understanding of the consumer and the fans in order to give them out of by subsidized positions content. Like once view and nothing. That's not the brands. Really send the way. We're on a big worldnet journey. And i think it as Fronts with us well the the risks of that route a think it's a necessary newman for whole the and i think the challenge of it rather than risk of says you are. It's not challenge because previously we've worked as abates bay effectively we would be supplying the county at as a lot of information. They then clubs in leaks with information eventually filter down two plays and coaches malta's whereas now we can get direct. I think it's not so much a negative more opportunity to actually take an executive across coach wet. Previously we would have enabled them today. Quotation now we can understand what level of game the coaching. What ancient bet teaching. And every week sep them with specific woma pike fixes training drills and so on because we know the people already time poor increasingly so actually got high Ten minutes around before the game coach. The kids actually Chinatown that for themselves. I think whichever of objectives were trying to fulfil is announced by technical ability to from direct relationships but it does require a different skillset muscle saying things like that. If he is you wouldn't have go off looking for scientists in different That we're growing. But i think most people do is way achieving what we want to do more efficient minute and a different coach usually yeah different culture. I think we will moving anyway off culture. Is jenny that cell. Too often and the rest of senior management team guy was ready to shift the culture. It was quite a sinai driven culture. And we've been moving motor. Collaboration culture and follow of a heart phones culture. I think is that something that you are going to your building in houses. So you bein. Was it hybrid of those things. It's a hybrid. Said we're gonna partnership coat. Anderson responsible says flyer there that we built south south some of our digital tools. We built ourselves. The app coaches used to run the teams didn't feel up something in a market. Who's quite right for us. We can plug in all scheduling tool since that so Fictious pulse matheny says. Something's we built. And some things we are just labeling for example. Rit at home which is why labelling. Because there's no point in building that from scratch when you're looking at sort of major projects and that sounds like a major project. We've seen other forms of finance being available for sports governing bodies sports leagues who've seen lalita and cvc. There's a deal being done yesterday. And that's very much Part the the sports compensation these days. What's your view in terms of the relationship between the faa and private money. I think when you look practitioners looking. Not i need the money they can bring but it's also skill set that can bring and yoshi not to at fantasy can't do underwriting say to me if you look a six nations in pulling Out of huge value. But mainly in the pre-christmas internationals By pulling the different together than longer competing with each other from across point of view and that can sell volkov's package and have wells playing at different times is called the plankton. I think way you get that unifying factor that's clearly additional value there. Nothing the same with formula one. I think they parted really bringing the media mobile forwards that a successful. I'd say by traditional media mobile liping through able to recognize that nothing. That's been about two so think any sport looking at that. You've got to look at money but what it brings. I think for us is less obvious that kind of added value. We are looking at number of different investment options around the women's game but by specifically about how we can accelerate the gripe that and actually get essential multi quicker beside With byproduct what we've achieved all but we see it. No most potential for that but by all my cyber investing now do we get to sustainable model quicker. That's a question mine. We've had kelly simmons my next door neighbor on the podcast and she was talking about sort of three media cycles or potentially twenty thirty two. And what you're saying is actually. We were talking about private equity as well that the argument being that you could move that date closer. Yeah absolutely you can. We've got the models who could get four or five years. Intensive the league and cup causes they all now by ivan now proven product. Improving the media. Mogul now we can build the revenue streams quicker and not full that will that enables us to offer sustainable model to the cups quickly. There is on variable in that which is wages of see. If you like the men's game whenever as being anti-growth commercially as i should be something then. Shots cost very quickly from apply wages from the the big variable in the women's game but we think grow and we can get this tenable obsession more quickly than twenty thirty two rick perry on last week. And we've talked about tracey crouch review and what that meant and there is a sort of the regulation torri impulse like the which is in the air at the moment beaufort government level but also you hear amongst fans. What's your view on that. I think we sat back and look in this country. I think you starting point as we've got many britain things and actually in many ways with the envy of the world in terms of the products in this country in the league's opposite fantastic Stopping point is he started from a good position. I think when you look at the financial situation in the league's particularly ascended championship to have a level of fuel competitions running a combined also battery mid any equity isn't sustainable Something we done that. I think that's a lot What the best way rectifying that is but sadly we have to look at changing. I think that's making a whole range of changes to the financial model exploring how different pops works. How would parachute payments. Can you change them. Said the you have the posted one Comcast promoted the Able to invest. Which i think is chris goal for them to be competitive. 'cause key selling point of the penalty is retained can be raillard daiei. So you have to have some better things to be competitive but if you can do that in a way that doesn't Leaks when those cups dropped back down. I think is a key component. Say that are individual questions within that financial practices that have to be explored in order to about sustainable model and nothing. That's what the way different buddies have today right now. J. scratch done adoptive her trimmer pool and and is looking a long-term report in october. The option c. To secure the issues that people quite often want control or they want the the sense of control and then moved to the american model and they say look. There is a commissioner atop the whole game and there is a a pyramid from top to bottom which includes all the leagues and things. Do you think that's a useful parallel. Do you think there's much to learn from that model or do you think it's just so inherently different with the complexity of football now being american mobile is incredibly different. I think there's a temptation these kind of abuse to jump to solutions and nothing has stopped by to actually identify what individual problems are and i work out solutions out today. Identifying financial premises looking solutions. That and as i said at the beginning. I think that we put a lot speed proud of ourselves. Of course the american model is good for the american market without working closely since under single market ready whereas we're working with like applies mauka investment. And i think we need a middlesex for but stepping back and looking what the problems what. The individuals solutions is the best way view and grassi about fans in me. But i just want you thought. The lessons of the super lee episode have been. Yeah it was a a couple of weeks really way a couple of days at four forty hours but know little bit beforehand so you have a strange time way. We're in a situation where will evasion always been lying around peers about the becomes threatening to their breakaway. No was roundabout time of any renegotiation with uefa. That was nice. Surprise that james secular acting weekday than get ahead. Stop the for the english cups. Who are looking at signing. They signed and we prepare all legal case. Got ready because we knew it wasn't the right thing for the game and then when we found out they were going to launch than we move quickly together with the penalty he can with uefa and i think the people kings get apprently. Be to the government. They get a caught quickly as well. A remember another clincal to the sports minister which spend south to the chain of events which lets rich myself in a couple of fan representative speaking to the prime minister. And i think the government's full was helpful in terms promising legislation. Thing that fang greeks were incredibly powerful and very buckle by quickly and a lot of things can't get get it and i think the bull that ends up in bed applies as a result of it. One reading is when we talk about regulation that actually it was not a bad example self-regulation in the actually the response of the marketplace worked. I noticed irony and we have lots of people coming out and saying we need a big review of because the or pins first response to that auto Infotech out collectively. What are you hoping full hits. And that's not to say combine company to costa camp. But i think that is an example of how gang got very well and very effectively. There is within and i don't want to talk about the super league or leave that behind but there is i want to talk about innovation and format innovation because obviously inherent in in that and in the financial compensation always it gets to formats quickly. I was wondering what your view of the hundred is about. The story of the summer interns of crooked. Have you seen the game now. Have seen a guy moments one of the first game's actually with alta and luckily is great. I think anything that the vice complicated Santa thing that broadens pill. I think is really strong in it. I think they've done a job of simplifying. Some aspects of cricket and we had ridden enjoyable evening multiple to really enjoy from my point of view. It's ready posted. I'm not sure that cricket needs four different formats. But i think that bad natural rationalization every time. I think there's a low in it for the women's game thing. You're giving what you're saying about. The the women's superleague around teams particularly it does get an opportunity for people to gather around women's teams which is sometimes the missing bit because obviously we we see team. Gb olympics we see england football teams and then it goes quiet. That's quite often. This sort of trend has been a trend in women's football mornings cricket women sport generally between major events. Yeah yeah. I think there's a few thing in the. I think it is helpful to women. I think we would view when the leaks. Don't get job at bridging the gaps between might tournaments. We bike liceu in That benefit from the Forming while in might utah minnesota. Say i think it is the next step for women's votes applebee's regular appointments to view to build up us announces. I think the other thing. That's incumbent on. All of us is selling from the non ss pointy. Weepy would role models that we need to raise that profile. Weeping working right out of that philosophy is and we put more marketing women the game. That would do the men's because we need set and yet was still not quite at the point where the law next is a household names. Nothing that's a real shame. Because i think whilst we grind women getting very well it would go on to another level once we've rights if i follow these athletes what did come household names come even bigger role models the girls and boys up non country. What do we know about the audience. And the difference in the audience between the men's and the women's game. Yeah it's the come off the ordinances driven by the raw. Cow's channel with its own so when an privacy. The women's deeply golden is actually being majority male. If you will so now that the weekly show when you look at bbc because often it's quite insurance by the program before and so on but where we manage to make progress is getting into the major events. Vince said the less hall code We maintain the golden. Some of the major ventured into another thing that being on the papacy and having like i on bbc one in the coming sees nothing will built names younger relationship with that broader audience. And he's not fundamentally different to the england football men's football audience alexei sometimes driven by the channels so when we have the baby sport it was slightly younger than study more with him still majority male compared with other narrowed apprenticeship remedy against sharing. I think the opportunity is that ross. Now sky with the baby just take out to thought broadens on on site using social clips. We are engaging a younger audience as well. So i think it. It is more balanced in terms of agenda split other football show but is not majority email or anything like that yet nothing. That's our opportunity to get into younger voters. What's the lesson of the euro final relating to fans the that was a significant story and we know people that were there and you hear anecdotes. But what's been the sort of sense within the f. of that day is implications of the actual crouch oval than i think they were a commission review. I think from an faa point to do op Horrendous public order offence. Really outside the sagan on wembley weight and then translated into issues for us the agenda. Thank kenny stadium in the world would have been able with wait. We had two thousand stewart. Savoured employed hundred plays and yet the challenge to by fights with was something which adapt things to Rated the issues on how to prevent that happening from public ota point of view but if we step back from an fa point of view yes says alexis relent specifically mattei little site when he stepped back look at months we had in his country and how we the team gave such a postive account themselves and really help bring a lot of joy to the country. The time aware emerging from pandemic say they're huge postive section yours as well as a few dozen speed after the wembley final. It is a very interesting moment. Where the england team. Men's team is part of that. Because you've got the athlete as activists trend and you've got brands. He won't to activate around brand purpose for your background fuse. You know full well. That trend is a long term. one. And then i'm just interested terms of how you have the fa forms its organizational. Sort of point of view is that something is done formerly around particular issues whether it's the knee or whether it's you could look at particular causes that you think yes we're going to get behind that and that's something that we're happy with a bit more reactive than our trip normalization. I think you'd think master. Cj planned or i must maximum impact on the country in this. Is mike tyson I'll tell you what i think. That's how salting point when you look at specific actions such taken. The i think it has to be clearly one of our strategic goes to use our influence fly by discrimination. But it's up to the place where they will take the. They will always have our support. They want to do that. So i think from a brutal purpose point of view wit behind bats but the individual plaza teams played with us in the country app to other belizean becomes a with one thing. But i think the plays now in those cinema team up the view. The nominee is our influence an opportunity to make a difference. Little says this problem coming on us to to use influence to make positive impact think. That's what the bulk of england fan did today support it. i'm not about their obviously. There's bullying stadium but when you think outside of the stadium and look england fans as a there are millions of them dorthy. The vast majority support technion the vast majority the simple anti-discrimination. I think it was unfortunate that some fans judas political gesture Off sang repeatedly. It wasn't wasn't being setup in that way but absolutely we will like there's advantage discrimination on mike stance recognizing honda new still ahead. Some burning. who's quite quickly drowned out by china's of euros and just funding those causes. That emanate from the dressing room or from the players. Can you ever foresee something that you would disagree with. So if they took a cause that you actually saw no. I don't want to put the organization behind that given their public profile and sort of social power thing than we were very well. Aligned knows with them and nothing. It wasn't that they come up with antidiscrimination. 'cause they thought they wanted to push the absolutely decided we know eighteen so it perfectly weather line on base price if they came up with a particular course. We didn't believe in wants to suppo- but it's hard to say into the future on that. But all i can say is right now it very well aligned with them. They have awful support. We think they're making really positive. Impact so final question. And i'm just wondering in your view when when is the best question to answers say. I think there are many groceries initiative today to make postman pat weekend. We count so hundred thousands of groceries team plan up namic country as a massive back. Massive impact is we got people set unhealthy again as we much independent i think. The impact of the vice made on women gospel in the doubling is fantastic. I think the mice basements all when we do on entitlements in out country in a way that very few other things can say thou be the office. But i think there's many areas beyond that way we can make positive impact and just on that the event bit. There's obviously a world cup bid question. What she'll what is the current position positions not changed anything. Civility studied to cow. Have we would. We have a chance of winning if we went through it. And what would it be how to look with essentially countries so do a lot of that. It might even faith awake. Be releasing that book until march. so we've got foam. Lighten opinion copsey enough to that. But i think from point view we. We think it's also for the country. Tax major events for the last year is the world cup if we got a real chance of winning traveling behind it but it's important to look at things ready objectively unsan while you opportunity opportunities whether it's something each try your white behind so with even more. Have you learned about the political support over the last six months of debt. The relationship in football and party politics from major van point of the government's four for the euro was really strong. I think they really helped us. Of ceo's a landscapes got a major event away and locked. The changes were quite late in the day with. Always because of the epa changing circumstances. I think we weren't ready. Why with the government to get a major event invite Incense and i saw the benefit adult country nothing Major events ninety football another spots in the future. I think they really see the power fingers crossed. A thanks for your time appreciate.

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A U.S. Infrastructure Deal Is Reached and Bank Stress Tests Loom

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A U.S. Infrastructure Deal Is Reached and Bank Stress Tests Loom

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Nearly ten percent in two days could be a sign of reversal in sector rotation. So much to talk about samuel. Thanks for this. We are joined by our very own ash. Bennington let's start out and focus on the infrastructure plan announced. A deal is made but when you get into the details. There's nowhere near as much sticker shock as there was the one point nine trillion plan. Is there but details are a little fuzzy. I think across the board Obviously we live in a time of great partisan rancor and the question right now is how is this infrastructure. Bill going to get paid for. That's a non trivial question president biden. Who spent a great deal of time in the senate Believes he's got. The votes will say. Absolutely i should add. President belotti biden believes that he should pay for it which is a key distinction. He is not of the modern monetary theory school. He believes should paid for by either by raising taxes or cutting spending elsewhere. I'm harris point. Yeah yeah it's not a one point. Nine trillion dollar that was originally thought to be the infrastructure plan. Now it's announces five hundred. Seventy nine billion samuel key. Break this down for us. I think what's interesting here. Is that for a while. The republicans had voted a gas tax. Which would have been political suicide. Maybe for the republicans. But definitely for joe biden. And you don't wanna be in the white house into overseeing a gas tax if you wanna stay in the goodwill of the people of the united states but what really stood out to me was one number here. And that's a fact that even though we don't have all the details of the plan the way that asha signaling there is that still people believe. It's estimated this will only be a zero point one percent boost. Gdp each year and it would have to be very concentrated for there to be a big hit in the positive sense. A positive hit to the economy. It'd be very very concentrated but in reality. It looks like this is a multi year plan. So in my estimation when i look at these factors in the way that the market reacted this was all pretty much built in. And you can't expect too much difference going into tomorrow. The next day as a result of this yet just saw sorry i accept. We saw construction. Stocks are rising pretty dramatically. Cat looks like it's up about two and a half caterpillar. looks like it's up about two and a half percent on the day this is. This is a low beta stock typically The five year trailing bait on this is less than one zero spot nine two so we're seeing some surge in construction stocks as consequence. Yeah vulcan materials to another favorite immaterial sector up. I think something like three point. Three percent ashton samuel. I'm just going to read a few details that were reported. three hundred. Twelve billion will go into transportation hundred nine into roads. Bridges and major projects and sixty six billion in freight rail and forty-nine public transit only fifteen billion dollars will go towards electric vehicle infrastructure electric a buses. And the sort and samuel. I've been doing a fair number of interviews with people in the commodity sector whether it's lithium or copper or rare earths for that matter and the narrative over the past almost a year has been that this infrastructure bill is coming we're going to electrify entire great. Everything is going to. The government is going to pay for electric vacation of everything and that is gonna require so much copper lithium so much neodymium praseodymium that it's going to blow your mind so therefore this commodity is something. That's really good to invest in g. Think that this stimulus bill with only fifteen billion going electric vehicles. Do you think that kind of misses the mark for this commodity super cycle narrative ash. Jump in just creepy. I mean this is the thing. Is that so much of what they wanted to be in. The bill isn't going to be there at the end of the day because they had to compromise. I mean what i'm thinking about. More than than just those commodities is the fact that so much of this was supposed to go to really city and municipality bailouts and it doesn't look like that's going to be there at the end of the day or at least in not a big enough scale that it's going to push the overall market up so that's one thing that really stands out to me ash. Yeah to be honest. Said i think you're you're spot on samuel. It's very early. We don't actually know what the bill is going to continue Other than the market signaling. A rise in construction stocks. I think i'm probably keeping a fairly open minded until we get the final text of bill so as the bond market apparently with eat thirty year. Edging down maybe four basis points from two point one three two two point zero nine and the ten year basically staying in a range today remaining in one point four nine one point four eight so you think when this massive plan would be announcing again is not that massive the would have you yield surging because all so many bonds would be issued to pay for these programs but bounced barely budged. So what does that mean to you. Does it mean that was the market already pricing this in or do they not believe that the infrastructure is is going to pass. Yeah i was just going to say. We had this conversation off camera. We were chatting about it. I it's it seems like it's one or the other or it's just too early to move the markets to our earlier point. So i guess it's one of those three priced in. Don't believe it or too soon to say. I think it's going to pass you. Don't see somebody out flanked by senators from two different parties. I saw my local state. Senator kirsten cinema. Who's not always on biden side. You could argue. She's the second most conservative member of the democrat senators and also mitt romney. So i think it's safe to say that it's going to pass and so it really. I think the market had factored in much of this like you said so. Many people have been telling you this is going to pass. This is going to pass jack. It's just a matter of what exactly is going to be a part of it when it does pass just the exact while strong wheels remained. Alaska had two point. I'm sorry i was gonna. I was gonna ask this question. Does the exact constituents of the bill mean what. The specific funding is what the levels are. And how it's going to be paid for and this question. I don't know i'm curious if you guys have some thoughts is that potentially what's preventing the bond market from moving in other words. We believe it's going to pass as you pointed out samuel Pretty well aligned. In terms of in terms of having a senator cinema. Senator romney on board aber waiting to see how it actually gets structured before and to that point one idea that especially the democrats have pushed. Quite strongly is increasing funding for the irs. To pay for this bill so that they could audit more people so that people could be paying. I guess you could say higher taxes or their fair share fair share of taxes depending on how you're looking at it but that would take time as well you're wondering what's going to fund this in the meantime whether it is those bonds because these the government bureaucracy and actually having it be effective at don't see happening in the short term one of the great cliches of course with infrastructure is shovel ready and that's usually used in double quotes we use. It's very difficult to spin up these programs in a quick and effective fashion definitely and so we have no resolution from the bond market as of yet but in the equity market. They edged a lot higher in nasdaq and the s&p five hundred continued to make all time highs samuel when think it was already heading that direction before. We got the news later in the day about these dogs. But i think again. We have to keep on repeating. Let's put this into context where we were at this time last week. My first time on air with you guys. Who received all the reaction to the fed. And now yesterday i was saying on this show that it looks like we've come full circle in the market and then other people saying that looks like Chairman paul full circle in the market. Where we think about inflation so it is interesting to see especially with the news that we got here in england today. The bank of england saying that they're not gonna be raising interest rates anytime soon. They're certainly looking more dovish and hawkish in clearly. The market is liking it. If you're hitting these all time highs. It was a good confluence of events samuel. I've got a follow up question for you. Is the bank of england thinking about raising rates or are they thinking about thinking about raising rates. Well what's interesting because they had one member who's a departing member. Who was saying that they need to start tapering immediately. And they actually. They descended against the dissenter. In a sentence they really pushed him out. No there's not so much about the talking about the talking about the talking about really they were saying we're sticking to the plan. We still see as i've been talking about over and over again on the daily briefing the really europe the uk. We have not caught up to the us and there's still a lot of recovery that needs to be had here just an update on light. Travel plans you know have been complaining that even if you're vaccinated they're not giving you anything in return. Finally the prime minister of the uk caving to pressure from the travel industry and his own conservative party. And saying if you have two doses of the vaccine you'll be able to travel so i think that's again pointing things in the right direction but europe is just not where you guys are in the us. Hi i'm ashburton host of the real vision daily briefing. You're listening to real vision podcast. Today's episode is sponsored by monday. Dot com the business world is constantly changing which means business owners and managers must continually evolve to the only things not keeping pace are the apps and the software. We use to work until now monday. Dot com work. Os is a flexible platform. That's built for the way teams work. Now and designed to adapt to all the ways work will change in the future with monday. Dot com work s managers and team members can create tools to help them plan track and manage their work. All in one place teams can create any workflow on top of monday dot com to manage anything they need projects processes leads client requests or anything else. 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We had jobless claims a came in at four hundred eleven thousand versus three hundred eighty thousand estimated so that was a miss worse-than-expected admittedly continuing claims were slightly better and the durable goods order month over month expected to be two point. Eight percent month of change. But it's actually came in at a very low or two point three percent. What are you making in terms of the economic data. Do you think that could could hint at a little bit of a slowdown. It's such an interesting question. And i was actually looking at the durable goods data myself. So here's what here's what happens. I actually went through and read the report from the census bureau to get a little bit more depth so so the range on this was a positive one percent to four percent. Consensus was depending upon which survey looked at generally around two percent Actual that i saw was up two point three percent. Now here's where it gets interesting. Prior month was down one point. Three percent revised down zero point. Eight percent if you look at the last thirteen months twelve of them were up here. The year-over-year numbers for may year-over-year. We're up thirty. One point seven percent last month april which was revised down to zero point. Eight percent the first number down one point three percent it was up forty five point six percent on a year over year basis. So what does all this mean. What's the context here. What is it actually suggest well. I would argue that. What it suggests is that it shows a economy that is clearly normalizing from the cove lockdown. And it really kind of makes you wonder. Are these data points that useful data points like this are very useful when you have a sort of sit steady state of economic growth or deceleration and you're measuring data points out relatively close. I don't know that they're really significant at all. Jack what do you think. I think that taken by itself two point three under herbals versus two point eight. You're you can't you know we've deflation narrative out of that data set alone. I there are some data points that i have seen over the past few days that do give me pause however like the us services pm. I which was the biggest Miss in about two years. And i didn't go to charge back but it could have been way bigger than that if you go back. But in terms of What was expected. I think that the economy is not slowing down. Of course not but the rate of growth is slowing down as more people are going back to work. More people have more people have already bought the sort of things that they need. And i think you know you're seeing some ominous rotations in the equity markets where the fang stocks and tech stocks are resurging at of course growth. Stocks do well when the economy is not growing and energy stocks industrial stocks. Do do well when the economy is growing so the fact that you have a little bit of a reversal know it makes me think about. Could the republican period that we have been used to over the past year could be giving way to a new regime samuel. What do you think. I want to joe down a little more on the context of what you're saying is the argument. That you're making the point that you're pondering is that because the year on year numbers are so start that it just doesn't give us enough context early understand these numbers because last year was unlike any. You're the we've seen and that's the big difference that you can't do these year on your comparisons who doesn't give you the flooding to really understand them. Well i think clearly the year over year comparisons are not especially relevant when you see things up nearly fifty percent but also we talk about all of these sort of frictional aspects of labor markets for example Supply and demand you know. It's just a bit challenging to understand this because it's not a steady state so for example if you own a factory that produces durable goods. Maybe you know you've laid off a tremendous number workers. We know that two thousand twenty was brutal year. here we are now in two thousand and twenty one. You're hiring people you're bringing people back you're literally cranking up the machines putting out more output. Is it possible that in the month of may you look and go well. Maybe overextended a little bit too far. The pendulum swung a little bit too far in the direction of increasing output. Maybe we need to dial it back a little From where we were in april these things are very hard to measure. One of the one of the problems i think with economic data in general and many critics of the fed have made this point far more elegantly than i. Is that when you look at these numbers and you say well. Durable goods production was up two point. Three percent In in may provides you with this sort of illusion of false precision like we're measuring something very precisely. Look these are aggregate numbers for entire country. When you talk about these numbers with economists they look at things like trailing three trailing averages they look at. They look at a blended series. It's just very difficult to make these distinctions in the best of times. And when you have this period. Like this i just don't know how much significance from the data Especially when you look at revise number is when i first started reporting markets in looking at reports on monthly reports or quarterly reports. And then you just go back one month or one quarter and you see dramatic differences. Sometimes it really plays to the narrative that you're laying out here exactly well said Guys i wanted to move on to the bank stress tests which have been released as of two minutes ago. And i i want to explain why they are so important. the federal reserve obviously regulates banks. They regulate their capital ratio. How much risk assets they're allowed to hold relative to their safe assets and how much equity they can hold relative to their debt and most importantly at least in this instance whether or not they can buy back their own stock or distribute capital shareholders. Whether by buying back stock or by giving out dividends giving out dividends very simple you just banks companies give money to their shareholders. When they buy back stock they buy back more of the stock. Removing some from the float so that current holders actually up owning more. Interesting today samuel. I noticed that xcel f not excellent but the financial sector part of the s. and p. five hundred was the sector that was up the most one point. Three one perhaps not racing for this news. Not surprising at all. You gave me time to get the wire here. Federal reserve begins. Us banks a thumbs up on all twenty three lenders easily passing the two thousand and twenty one stress test which is of course exactly what we thought which is getting to your point of course. People are looking at increased dividends by bats. I think the real question is which institutions than one point released it out to me. Someone was saying well. Yeah of course. They are going to pass the stress test. We had the biggest dress test. We could have imagined this past year. The pandemic was the stress test on these institutions. So the real question becomes. Are they having to keep too much capital on the books and is it affecting business. Is it affecting the wider economy when they could be doing more so all twenty-three institutions ash. I know you have a lot to say on this matter. This is something. I've been thinking about in covering for a long time. I think the context is really important here. So stress tests are very much a global financial crisis vintage type of of regulatory oversight from From the federal government so in addition to the macroprudential components which are the reserve requirements and the safe asset requirements. That that jack just mentioned as as jack said this is very much about two things restrictions on dividends and share buybacks and this is something that if we remember i was a very emotional issue in the wake of the global financial crisis in fact in the uk. I went even further with the primary regulator there. On the financial conduct authority. The fca are restricting bonuses and executive pay in the post pandemic and the post crisis era. I should say Here's a quick fact in two thousand eight goldman sachs reported net income of two point three billion dollars for the same time period. They paid out four point. Eight billion dollars in bonuses more than double their net income. Okay so here. We find ourselves now. In twenty twenty one in two thousand and twenty we had more emergency regulatory measures come into play specifically restrictions on buying back shares and paying share dividends so now since april lenders have borrowed more than forty billion dollars on the public debt markets presumably redistribute as jack said to shareholders in the form of dividends share. Buybacks if you look at the prices of major bank stocks. They're just booming right now p. Morgan is up. About twenty percent. On the year a goldman sachs is up on nearly thirty eight percent year to date wells. Fargo up forty six percent year. Today is nice boost from the fed talking about talking not just gave them another push yet because of the constituency of their of their lending books so and this is all about net interest margins which is one of the primary ways that banks make money. So now there's a projection in reuter story that i read today. I believe it comes from ever core isi Which is that wells. Fargo could pay out a hundred and sixty seven percent of its earnings compared to twenty eight percent of twelve months prior according to these estimates. Here's why this matters. Here's why it's interesting to me. This is something that has the potential to be tremendously unpopular among americans and specifically and this isn't a value judgment just to description of understanding where we are today but particularly among the progressive wing of the democratic party who has effectively run and campaigned against precisely this sort of thing. It sounds like it's the kind of thing. That would be catnip for senator warren. So the question is is there a headwind for banks houma regulatory perspective as we might be seeing from tech will and just play on that. If you think that would be popular on your side. The pond imagine over on my side of the pond and in fact a lot of the measures that you were referencing from the global financial crisis. We're actually enacting again stopping dividends stopping by backs last year. I have to disagree. Even though i would generally think that you'd be right. I think that warren and and those folks are now so focused. Not on the bankers. It's not they're not the folks anymore it is so much more about the ultra ultra rich the type of people the reporting that we've seen from propublica about the amount of taxes that they pay or don't pay which i know actually jackson to get into a lot i feel like the current especially in the progressive wing in the party specifically based on what senator warren has said in the past weeks. I wonder if the banks might be able to go under the radar. Because i think that's a little bit harder for the average to understand. Or maybe it's just that it's not in the headlines so much now as an amazon is such a part of our lives that maybe that that type of populist tax might go michael dr action. The banks might be able to slip by. You know that really is the question samuel. I guess we'll have to see. I say That tech companies have not been backstopped by the government which i think is perhaps one of the key drivers of the indignation that we see in the democratic party against these kinds of dividend payouts. But we'll have to see. I keep an open mind but by the way a perfect segue to talk a little bit more about what's happening. In tech samuel. Wanna take out on tech. Yeah i think here's another important day in tech. I've covered tech for about a decade. And every i don't know two weeks you hear a story about the government's gonna try and regulate tech. Today was another one of those days. This is something that went through committee and it's really about what tech companies can do. We're talking about the likes of google on amazon advertising their own products on their own platform. So you go to search for streaming music service and google has an ad for their own streaming music service as opposed to spotify. And that's where a lot of companies especially folks like spotify. Really think that you get into the over use of the platform in their monopolizing the domination that they really have of their overall platforms. The issue that i see here is that we been reporting on this every two weeks. Even if this is a significant move even if it comes to pass the tech giant seem to always be many many steps ahead and if you look at the numbers today for instance that in spite of something like this passed in committee that you still have the tech stocks tech stocks surging ahead route. There i just seems to me like the government can never catch up to the tech companies. You said it. And i think this this sort of whole array there six different bills that are going through the house. It's very interesting. They're definitely getting the lion's share of the heat from congress more than the bankers now. I'm sure mr diamond and company are thrilled to hear that about for a one. Other thing out here i just saw today That new story breaking story. Google just announced that they're not going to be phasing out third party cookies. This year's they'd announced supposedly. They announced this in march and they're apparently not going to be able to do that. More than eighty percent of google's advertising eighty percent of asu take off about the parent. Company's revenue comes from advertising. We think of these whizbang engineering companies. They make their money away. Ed sullivan show did from advertising. And they thought that they could. They were so big that they wouldn't need cookies. Which i think is actually a very valid argument. The problem is people who pay them our advertisers. Who depend on those cookies. Maybe not necessarily on the google platform but for all the other platforms that they work with and they're actually getting pushback from the hand that feeds in which you never want to bite off exactly exactly. Hi i'm a medium. i'm a program manager google right now. Lots of people are looking for ways to learn new skills. That's why we created google career certificates and online training program for fast growing fields like it support project management data analytics user experience design and more. You don't need any prior experience and you can be job ready in about six months so put your skills to work. Go to grow done google slash certificates. If i may add to the conversation. I think that samuel as you alluded to earlier this story is something that you would encounter every month there. Maybe every two weeks. If you've been following this. I think that's there's always some. Oh this big regulation is just around the corner. Facebook is the they can't do their business model anymore. And what we've seen over the past five years. Maybe more is that it never really materialized anything. Bad google or facebook or amazon couldn't really deal with And i think that investors who short the fang stocks amazon mattress off Google like they do so at their own peril. I was speaking today to peter brant charges. Who was looking at the chart of apple and amazon and he sees some very bullish things. And i think that those stocks are sort of perfectly positioned right now for the murky environment or in because if the economy reopened and we have a great economy. Google make money faced with swimming money from adds however if we enter a deflationary window we take a little jolt in that direction. Then you want to buy investors Lots of pay a premium for secular growers. That aren't subject to to the economy. So just just looking at the markets. I don't know i. I don't think it's necessarily a a huge headwind for for these companies. At least for now because i agree samuel that these these big attack platforms. They may be standard oil. Of course that oil giants that was the some people thought malignant force and an octopus that would grappled around every industry. So it may be since maybe senator oil but the question is You know is it. Nine thousand nine seven. I think when it got broken up or is it eighteen ninety seven and you have ten more years of huge secular growth ahead of you and i would say that if somebody were going to break these companies up or put some type of really Significant reform on them. That really changed. The structure of these companies are how they operate. Say look to my side of the pond look at people like margaret vestige or in the e u. I think we'd be much more likely. And he gets back to the political will ashley was touching along with some of the other stories. I mean these are giant american companies. That are really dominating the market here. I just have an amazon grocery store opening up with of course no checkout agents and that type of pervasiveness of american companies in the european lifestyle. I think would make it much more politically palatable to do to carry out big regulations. So of course we'll be keeping our eyes on that on this i but as at the moment nothing to report So i want to get back to you. Because i understand that tesla has been up something like nine percent over the past two days. Three three point five percent today and five percent yesterday What do you. What do you make of this. Well you know. This is tesla's a volatile stock. Obviously we could have had this conversation tesla's up almost ten percent in two days. That's a conversation we could have had a number of times. I guess it remains to be seen whether this is part of the reopening trade. We know there's a lot of tightness in the used car market in the new car market. People want to jump in new cars and drive to the beach this summer. Go and national park. Do what they want to do. So it remains to be seen stock with volatile. It's kind of like saying. Bitcoin is up ten percent. Today's kind of a standard steady state of affairs. Yeah before we move on. I just wanna say back to the banks. Which is that. I really do. Think that banks distributing capital back to shareholders could be deflationary or or like for the economy bad for economic growth. Because if you if you think about like thanks what ten fifteen twenty two one. Let's leonard twenty two one if they y- payback in dividends or buybacks billion dollars. That's twenty billion dollars of treasuries mortgage backed securities loans. That they can't have on their books. So i think that it's it's fodder. I'm sure ash for politicians. But i think it really does matter in terms of economic growth. I actually think. That's on june thirtieth so today june twenty-fourth the federal reserve announced stress but the federal reserve announces their official Announcement on whether they will allow dividends and buybacks at certain levels. I believe it's next wednesday. June thirtieth before before we close. I want to quickly give shout our festival of learning on real vision which we We are second day of. I mentioned my conversation with peter. Brant the ash you've been having conversations. We have my green kyle bass daniel katamon josh wolff all sorts of fascinating people and that can be seen in the link below Guys as we approach a close. I just wanna pull up a tweet. That i thought was very interesting. You alluded to earlier samuel and let me just read this tweet. It's about the roth. Ira which is of course a vehicle that people can use to save money but you use it a certain income cap. It's really for middle-class savings like one hundred thousand and less if you're a very wealthy person you are not supposed to have a roth. Ira but this came across the headlines. I wanna get your reaction to it so this tweet peter. Thiel used fancy footwork. Take a roth. Ira which has a six thousand dollar annual limit and spin it into five billion dollars and that's a huge scandal one expert. How greedy can you get a guys. What do you make this tweet. How would you go. I listen we're all greedy and it's the end of the day everybody including the most liberal folks out there like warren buffett wanna pay the least amount of tax possible and the one word that's missing and that propublica reported that i think maybe someone would like to see what they think might be. There is is this illegal and time and time again when you see these tax reports when you see it from big even investigate places like republicans and it was perfectly legal. It may not be what it was intended for. But of course everybody's looking to pay as little tax as possible so the tax code has to catch up with those people again. That's why. I think that the focus of people like elizabeth warren will be exactly on these types of issues and not the banks ash. Well you know it's interesting right peter. Teal's a very careful thinker. I believe is a stanford law graduate. I'm sure he's getting very good. Lawyering and very good advice a it really comes down to a moral and ethical question. I guess which ultimately is a political question. I don't know. I'm a little skeptical. I think that Elizabeth morons can go after both the bankers and the big ten guys at the same time. So we'll have to see. I think the key characteristic of a roth. ira by the way that makes them Generally appealable appealing to middleclass savers is that generally They are not taxed at the time of distribution so. I'm curious about what the loophole Mr teal and his people found on that investment. Yeah i don't know if he contributed when he was not making so much money or whether he had he had so much money but he wasn't reporting any income wink wink. But yet the roth. Ira is you pay taxes on your income earned in that year. But you don't pay taxes when you can withdraw just as you said and if you think about that that means that you get to compound as an investor completely tax-free which is kind of playing you know a very hard video game on on cheat mode. 'cause you could use options in europe one hundred percents you pay taxes on none of that and over the course of twenty years that can have resulted some serious serious return. So if you pay at the time of the funds committed you're actually getting you're actually paying taxes before it compounds so when we think that that would be disadvantageous for long-term compounding but again obviously it depends on the exact mechanisms and how they were used in this particular case which which we don't yet know but it'll be interesting to follow right all right. Well samuel ash thank you so much and thank you to everyone who is watching at home. We will see you tomorrow where ash host wral on the daily briefing

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277: Advanced Reproductive Age [SUCCESS]

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277: Advanced Reproductive Age [SUCCESS]

"Welcome to be infertility a podcast where we get real about. Infertility empowered you to take back control and provide you with hope for the future ready. Here's your host fellow infertility warrior. Heather whom in episode two seventy seven. Today you'll hear the success story of a woman named sheila. She is a fifty seven year old author. Who enjoys catching up with friends. Reading and gardening sheila's family doctor advised. They try on their own but eventually referred them to a fertility doctor with a diagnosis of unexplained infertility at forty. The immediately started treatment. They did one is saco which was unsuccessful. Their clinic advised going to. Ib app exceed and genetic testing they got six embryos but only one was normal. The frozen transfer was not successful. They were advised to consider donor eggs because if she is age but they weren't ready to take that step for the next three years. They tried on their own using acupuncture chinese medicine. Hypnosis and organic foods trying to get pregnant consumed her and she became depressed. They eventually decided donor. Eggs would be their only chance. The first cycle resulted in a miscarriage. She consulted a miscarriage specialist but all results were normal. Lets us know how. Sheila switched donors houston immunology protocol for the transfer and became pregnant with their daughter. Hi sheila welcome to the show i. It's nice to meet you. Thank you very much for having me. Yes i am glad we were able to make this happen. And why don't you tell the audience about you. How old are you. What do you do for a living. And what do you do for fun. So i'm fifty seven years old now. I'm a part time olfat writing books. The deputy loss community in my other time. I am have chain business the time i have looking my daughter when i do have time. I do love to meet up with friends as we have been able to do that recently. It's more bean coffee over all wine. Zoom all what we've always been mascot folks do for woke and of course. I love reading tournament in the garden and watching culminate films and tv shows. Because it's something like it is well before infertility. How would you describe yourself. As a person i could think of was on the complete opposite to party animal so As friends that i was never wanted for going out and getting drunk stein outlay to be really. I suppose but just particular part you handle really but but some very much valued my friendships and my family. Tell me about the first time you met your husband. So he just moved to a new area. Until i was renting a room with ago before i broke the house and he was renting a flat from and his sister. Lift next door off the complicated. The gun island living organized a singles night out a system in a couple of friends came in well and another guy who had come and he was particularly nice salary by is say that. It's my husband's saved me for this other guy and we will home from the pob and we just hit off at night. I i didn't really think anything but because she was eleven years younger than me did unfairly enough way than brought the house that i was mentioning votes another house somewhere else. We've the area and we ended up in the house that we actually kind of like meskini few night today describing your husband as a couple although we quite different personalities. He's out guy. I am an introvert. i'm we contain. We have on a couple of businesses together. Which i'm always knees. Two boys that easy but we have different skills. Skill sets full running businesses together. Some a little bit better. Tell me about the moment when you. I knew you wanted to be a mom. I think i have oil is now the wants to be among I wanna five. I'm in the middle of young about this guy. Always been playing with dolls baby dolls if you like. And i love looking off to babies holding babies playing with babies school rog. Went to be so much to be a midwife fan. I try to space midwife anonymised so i think i like love. Little girls always wanted to be among each state with may always. How did this longing to be a mom. Impact other decisions in your life because moscow Lending a business together. I don't get it. It didn't impact me as in like the most people who have a job who have employment always eight. It was quite idealist business together who can have a family because we were. The bossy suck was big in in a major way to be fair. eastwood Having the business together helped let's dive into the journey to build your family. Take us through your infertility timeline. We started trying to conceive is in two thousand and full of i was forty and my husband was twenty nine so mostly i've met him. Eighteen months maybe two days before had had that sort of biological clock ticking conversation with him but he was quite mature so late twenties guy anyway so after trying to conceive something not anything. Any bus controlled later. Hadn't gotten pregnant with minor leaguers and ask the midwife. I suggested to sell me. Don't tragedy pay initially advised us to just keep trying it insane. Not concerned. And he's jested. Maybe trucking jotting fine as body temperature. Which i did. And after five months we went to because we still hadn't pregnant and he referred us onto fatility dr facility specialist at the local facility age. I was spoke to the u. k. We have to pay for every because nhs does should have treatment. You do have to be at that time. You have to be under forty so we have the normal whole. I had home investigations fans hostage sperm tests. Everything came back within the limits. So he suggested that we actually go to a facility clinic as we are quite close to them then. We decided to look at clinic who had better results wave an older woman choice. I somebody over four two anyway. So by the time he was about to iron eighty thousand stakes so he made thousand six. We did our first are you. I try dissemination cycle was medicated and it was successful so we obviously had an appointment at the clinic and they suggested that we went straight on to ivy s because although obviously we kind of had unexplained there was always the issue of me being booked. Tea bahn coming what to two by now so we decided to do. I've yet which ended up being but this clinical so thousand sir preimplantation genetic. The crimes i'm tested was burying neo. This clinic happened to be a clinic that did it. So i'm disgusted laws. What was involved. Why was why was a beneficial. So i've been had did that psycho. Six mc collected which was quite good results. All of the medics allies said they did the page. Eighty s testing only one was normal. Had the rights Exit y in this case and a zones is owns only about the five other embryos web missing chromosomes and everything like that so they it was me west doing so on day four. We had a at embryo transfer. Now it wasn't a lot. I think it was about time cells. So i was never really that optimistic because to me. It seemed like they stopped growing although they the clinic was obviously crappy. Happy with the embryo being transferred but shuttle may fourth. I said and we'll see through the week. I didn't even get to the point of testing. I'm a period started so renew that we the clinic. Daiei annetta appointment base suggested that maybe we should think about using dynamic banks which obviously we expect really but we decided that we would continue to try naturally because that will lash was my aches and and as i said very beginning wasn't a policy analyst so i never smoked. I'd ever john said in thinking maybe thought well you know. My ecology shouldn't be added so page from fidelity treatments and i did. Acupuncture took traditional chinese medicines bottled up the herbs drink tasted nick create the did act countries while i also had a higher analysis deceive always missing any victims marolles things that might be affected. My fraternity ahead concessions have hypnosis. We try to reduce stress as much as we could. We were mining business. That was quite difficult. We changed our diet to by. Ceo ganay cabinet on fine naturally and just fight that something would happen. But by april. Two thousand nine. I still was a pregnant. Jenny likely might be pregnant still away. So in april two thousand nine we went to virginity specimen on local seek to west or nutritionist is while just electric vitamin day. Otherwise i thought i was absolutely fine and also suggested we look china because now forty five and she felt that would be the only way we would get the so. I started researching. We started talking about of their slay. Other had probably been on our minds during the last few years anyway since leaving the clinic. Stop insititute treatment as funding. How things happen but in july evaluate the nine. I made an article in a sunday. Paper supplement about egg-donation and it was at astonish clinic. Nine the uk. This time donation was not going honest. My husband was quite keen that if we detect a nation it wasn't honest. I actually get mind either way but because he had the strong feelings we we designed it to look into the anonymous wrote. Spank quite close to the uk. Say the clinic was mentioned in this article so we contacted clinic and about monthly to head unemployment skinny Went through all the information regarding an actor. Nationwide involved as the donors anonymous. That wasn't an offering. We were given of event physical that we know that that that physical had is heights bills. It'll be about a faded is a job the hope is were so the clinical team up with a jonah thank found identified. Actually we stayed on a couple of days of the appointment of what we got off the airplane. That was a message to say they found. I join up so we. We had gone with during a donation the u. k. It would defame a cloud time quite few years. Wait so that's what we started to do. And and it was sam quite good. We didn't actually have a facility clinic here. That was kind of in partnership with planet because it was really very quite new at this point Even in two thousand nine that my people done activate should abroad Concluded that could do the scans as my am the you try lining etc and emails went back flaxseeds. Actually i think as much as emails ford's which nothing out of san place in the clinic so we've been to spain in november two thousand nine on the number they act donation happened. We have eight eggs and five of them affect lies with exceed. Put back two days. They were. We had two day full. Sal embryos transferred today late on the twentieth And i had acupuncture before an occupant draft wentz clinic in contact with an acupuncturist to they had a relationship with than who came in and did acupuncture Treatment we didn't have any embryos left over to freeze which was quite disappointing. And then again. I didn't didn't do any pregnancy test. Did the blood test bay hostile. Lego special on the second of december and that was the first time we have ever had a positive pregnancy test however behaved cg level. The whole pregnancy level was quite leonard. Twenty nine which was a bit of a concern so we have another test the days later integration. Two hundred fifty nine and then a couple of days later isn't of four hundred ninety six so yes we were officially pregnant had arranged to have a six week span on the two hundred eighty nba. I actually miscarriage six six weeks. Kind of happens naturally. I just started bleeding and it was a commentator for christmas and when we get a lot of snow but this particular regard a lot of snow and we were actually stuck in the car driving through from the office. They was department. Stolk lifespan. Husband is delayed is. We were moving the station. Ray i went into the department store and said could i joint base which they did and that. That's how miscarriage happened. That's when i lost eighty. Sorry moving on from that. We need to sort of like research. Overdrive if you like. Why did his miscarriage chapman. Why did they fail. I guess again. Patrick monastic background. I read a lot that was available in one book. I did read would start based book. Is your body baby. Find a lot of it made sense to me. I know a lot of people. A lot of doctors. Don't believe in the natural killer cells and immune issues blood. Clotting issues affecting discovered implication often condemn. It might maybe changing now. It's such a then so we will to finding somebody capacity these tests k. The deduction spanish kenny allegis devised another satellite uterus. Which would have been the coors event that miscarriage so in january. We had -pointment of his co. miscarriage consultant he tasks she had actually defied adopt to be bears methods and they convinced that was a problem but all the tests came back normal tests we had done. We didn't have increasingly testing because we were paying for sales but the consultant could did agree. I could take the medication as i did. Have a problem. Which was literally a blood-thinning injection aspirin which had actually taken. When i had the miscarriage that cycle and the steroid and he suggested that we took kinetic asks and the weaker date with our mixed scientifically. We're going to do so the east they found the but we match for the different donor. This time a proof twenty ten. We rent a to spain. Full effect and actor nation on. I don't if anyone remembers like seven years ago. That was a volcano in iceland that erupted and erupted and erupted all over the uk and no planes could fly and this was at the time that we were just Flying out to spain was quite talion. Would we be able to go because the data was being stimulated his time. So it was pretty hair-raising but fortunately we needed to go. The ash was no longer in. This could fly. So a finnish we had seventy next collected eight fertilized with exceed ola. Twenty nine may we had they from When we had two to two diabetes transferred. While was sick sal and one was full. Sal remember the nice bringing up and say in each coming today for your transfer one of the embers jumping up and down waving the handset. Pick me may adam such an example so we had the transfer. We stayed on unbelievable holiday afterwards again. We had a blood test. I didn't do any home pregnancy tests. I couldn't bring myself to to sign up pregnant. Tori one to the mix all spittle blood test and if attacked today or misunderstood the clinics instructions. So we were a day late and when the gp this half hour hatred fiji the human cryonic renovating the whole known this time with full hundred and eighty seven so it was a very big fat positive yes so putin have pregnancy continued. I continued with that medication. I did come off the aspirin. Preakness load around about the steroids at about fourteen weeks. But i just would not let them let it consultants my consultant I wouldn't let them stop taking the clock. Saying i don't know why i just thought that was like a lifeline. That's the injection the buttoning injection. So i continue to inject bats. Until i was thirty. Four weeks pregnant. I mean when you've been through injections when you've done infertility. What's another few months injections. That's the way i did it. So i'll adore with born and a week after my flute. Seven birthday yesterday. S was right. It was a little down in rio. Jump down saying pick me. Hey infertility warrior. It's heather. this episode of beat. Infertility is brought to you by me in addition to hosting this podcast. I'm an infertility coach. Who supports warriors just like you regular listeners. Know that i struggled during my journey to make good decisions advocate for myself as a result of took five years. Seventy five thousand dollars. Three egg retrievals seven embryo transfers four miscarriages and two stillbirths before i finally had my daughter in other words. I've been where you are now that i'm on the other side. I help people like you. Navigate the complicated world of fertility treatments and other paths to parenthood. I help people. Like you. Make scientifically based well informed decisions about your next steps rather than relying on dr google and facebook groups. I help people like you. Prepare for appointments identify opportunities to ask questions and advocate for yourself. I help people like you become an active member of your facility. Treatment team rather than blindly trusting the decisions that are made for you. I help people like you become apparent faster. I only have a couple of spots open. And they generally philip fast so if this is the help you need reach out today. Tell me your story and learn more about how i can support you during your infertility journey at beat. Infertility dot co slash. Hope now back to the show. I have a bunch of follow up questions here. The first one is. Why do you think your family doctor recommended that you keep trying on your own. Rather than going straight to a fertility doctor at the age of forty. I really avenue. I i remember. He was aloke him so he wasn't a doctor who renew. I think a lot of the problem is that s- family doctors they. They know a not but some areas that not experts in. And i just don't know that he really wasn't that young himself yet because he was him. We never saw him again and then the next time when we went back but five months later the doctor was very quick to famous to facility. So i think he just didn't know enough to advise as play why did use which clinics and what was your experience both of them the the first when she was the one in london so that way we were doing in until t with finished treatment my own eggs and that was big busy hospital and do we actually very happy with it was bake was busy. Patents that Too much although we didn't say the same nurse all the doctor which was a shame so we didn't really have that continuity which is nice when you're going through something as we pleased that finish because i'll they were the ones that were doing the Implantation genetic testing as well when we moved onto during the explanation which was in spain. That clinic time has since moved but that time it was very different. It was tiny. It was the second floor above a shop. It was one doktor weeks with actually really nice than us. She was actually different. Nice to the one that within that magazine article reread a but she was english and that was one of the reasons choosing this particular clinic. Because i can say this english really funny time. Nothing unsure other languages so to have englishness was what we really were quite a to find but as this clinic was much much smaller it was nice because we just spoke to the same people each time so the doctor each time and he was great because he was available at the weekends. Needed to austin questions. lincoln very late after having the miscarriage. He was on the phone for an hour to about you. Why what we could do except on the nose. We would actually got that at the clinic because even back then nowadays clinics already Like seven days a week but then enclosed on assassins gay Which made me curious. Because you know when you're going through treatment based twenty four seven so i could never understand or we hands the accident so people a happy with vice clinics. In different ways there are actually still many clinics that close on the weekends. I'm like you. It's not like yours stops weekend off right. I saw in your note that you tried hypnosis at one point. I'd like to hear more about that. Yes i just read something. All something was said on the news. At that time that i went to long minute. I one section a he can it was it was more a case of like did i have any underlying mindset that i couldn't get pregnant but was stopping me. This was hard to say. Now do you remember when i was in my twenties seeing clairvoyance which is crazy. Isn't it but she said to. Me breeding will be a pain in the also for you. And i i was twenty seven twenty. I wasn't trying to get pregnant but you will have three children later. Maybe that did stick in my mind that mindset but you know i kind of think well actually i did have three children because there was the first arab by necks and then i had the miscarriage than i have my chance. So who knows how lined would say you know that's interesting. I had my handwriting in college. It was part of a class. I didn't go out and seek it or anything like that. But the henry said i would have seven children at. I was like what you're saying. Oh i don't and unfortunately i i have had seven children. Only one is with us today. But i have had seven children. We we do want another child but It's so far it hasn't happened. My hand is holding firm on that. Anyway it's just interesting. How how these things come into our life happened and all of that guess yet slightly the next week i had for you. How did you deal with your miscarriage very well. If i if i'm obviously we were devastated because we sure that it would as we re using dynamics and the donor was in her late twenty s. So you know. It's bit like when you not denied his nate. You sensual fest. Cyclists can work and as as we assume. The problem was with my eggs using exe fhimah a younger woman. Surely it would work so obviously we were. We were devastated. The happened of the miscarriage happened. But i never actually because it happened about six weeks. And i had no complications after so i had a complete miscarriage. No one suggested any sort of supports see. Anyone kind of the fertility clinic was in spain so they wouldn't have known where i could get support and i don't mean and them so the saying well. Is there any charity or anyone you can speak to. We dealt with that one our own as a happened just before. Christmas and no one really acknowledged. I'd lost a baby. I remember that so well because we haven't told that many people doing we connected to spain to do at donation. People knew oversee mikhail treatment plant. We can actually give people who dates and stuff so when we said we'd have a miscarriage. People seem interested and again now thinking about it. It was like because we hadn't said way pregnant even if it had been a week before that never had that baby and the baby movie excitement. We just trying saying we didn't have a baby anymore. Also why i really think tank people attilio twelve weeks is not the like thing today but as especially when news facilitate didn't think i needed door. I knew that support would be a good thing. At the time. I was more focused on finding out. Why pregnancy say and without the implantation failure with my next and just looking for tests treatments before during another dynamic sonko you know i was going to six by now. So time wasn't even actor nation. We felt the time was not outside boston. I did say that if we do not the cycle if ends in miscarriage would be. We would not do anymore Treatment looking back. I realized that. I really didn't handle a lot. My husband lethal really handle the miscarriage. That well we did talk about amongst ourselves but sometimes you do need to reach out to somebody who's not connected so sort of emotionally life. Because i i could find out. My daughter was born in fact with about shifts about five therapists. Because i had depression and the therapy said she thought i had post traumatic stress. Disorder often discouraged. Because i remember the infamy. I haven't tried was still on still cry and we felt really sort of one cry. Because i had had was not being very very nice to have i felt guilty. Because why does i calling did. I won't eighty to the baby i had. It's just not clear. Spice like could say even even years later. Yeah no. i didn't do with the miscarriage very volatile with hindsight. Is there anything you would have done differently knowing what you know now. Oh oh yeah. I would've contacted charity or a therapist. Juries scaled in helping someone to go with with baby lost. Respect definitely definitely a. How did you reach acceptance about using an egg donor. I think because we had quite a few years of knowing the may be the only way we could on children and how i could would become a mum would be through a donation combat knowing that it was only gonna happen. Donation was probably how i contract set. Because i wanted to be so much it wasn't going to happen with my legs having a medical background. I understood about the genetics so that it would be my blood help. The baby to feed the baby would help the baby to develop it would be. That would keep the baby safe. The baby would grow in eighteen through day. So so i always fouts the even. If i had a baby using someone else's accent that baby would always be mind. And also i'd give best today and if you give give best to a baby ever conceived is your baby. So thought was used. The idea bows at the nearby venables. Anyone else to speak to help dynamics. I didn't know anyone putting touch with anyone i did. Offer oeste have my college. Also since the be someone that the patients could contact talk about and i did have a couple of people who did call me in to speak to speak about a donation because that would be really helpful to know that the some of the thoughts that i had Obviously i worried about what people say. The baby the child would be would remember ever worrying. Would i with the baby because have never doubted. I would love snuffed the baby because as you know why would fail the baby grow up so the baby move so i was ever have carried out with the baby but yeah i would maybe looked light. We had used to spanish dona so obviously wearing dish along the children board. Don't have anything like them. homes. I'm trying to the seat that way w banished unfamiliar enough. A lot of people who didn't know said that she looked like me so people see to say and then each it's going to have your mannerisms in a way so some pumps people don't even look excited to see the mannerisms that voice six extra so it wasn't something that happened overnight as you know. It was about three days between the clinic. Saying maybe unity need directing us actually looking into dina exits. And i guess. I cannot even at the time. But i guess i did grief that i would be having a biological child again. That wasn't really something that people speak about. Maybe even thought it out back then. What was pregnancy like as a forty six year old well also chip is going to be awful. I thought i was going to have everything that was always going out of the hospital consults as well but in actual facts pregnancy. Say and. I don't know whether it was because i taking care of my nutrition and my health for several years because it took that law but i i didn't have a sink but mice can even novice pregnant because i didn't even a loss of weight. It was unnamed See my tummy looked at me and still i was pregnant some i didn't have any cravings or had come to make them up because i want to talk some cravings and i added a bit of indigestion. My blood pressure was fine. Thought fishing is gonna be a problem for is going to be on address folks gonna have swollen ankles and i had noticed that so. The whole pregnancy was amazing. It was it was one was on. I felt really one looks really well as a two so the labor not are good. I promise this is my last age related question. I'm so sorry. What are your thoughts about being an older mom. This is actually a question. I get ask quite frequently. Because as i'm sure you know people are waiting longer to have children so again. What are your thoughts about being an older mom. I was worried. I mean you know i stocked Full so i was older anyway so to be sort of book six and pregnant. I think that's why people will always surprised when i was pregnant because didn't look thirty something but i was. I was worried you know. Would i be able to keep up toddler. Would i be exhausted. What would people save. What would people think. And yes a coupla times. I was asked if i was the grandma anti i just laughed and said no. It took us a long time to to get pregnant to have her but she was with weights. And i don't know if they were embarrassed or not but as you say people getting older but people still do one was not much older so that was probably my main. Laurie i used to my husband and say you do realize that you'll have tumbling through the terrible twos and alive going through the menopause. So i didn't really amazed cianci's very much. Why did you decide to support the infertility in las community with your book series. Although you know my johnny had had ended older jeez ago when he wasn't much information map especially out the emotional side but but the very first date with actually a of impotence infertility times so it was quite medical base. That was the first guy. I saw publish. Somebody said to me. Why don't you go on. Instagram let people people would love this mattress going instagram and giant as a community. That it's very supportive of they'd love to know about your book so until now and i was just blown away by how carleen how open everybody was how honest people were That really helped me even these easily top. But i thought but hang on. I didn't know that there was this community on instagram. Every day women and men are finding out that it might be challenge to get pregnant. They probably don't know there's this community of instagram. So i wonder if i could get some of these experiences people's stories into a book but enough as before is absolute about doing books on story people's facility stories but i really wanted bait mainly just about the motions side. Because when you're going for you really understand how it's affecting and you'll find him frightens autumn. The people appreciate how it affects us emotionally atlanta bit self publishing about getting a book catherine published in it so when i contact people who i already knew because i used to have an online magazine. I contacted that. Many lots of bases had instability china. So i said to the what did they think the light to be caught country to the book and they said yes yes. I contacted all the people against grabbing. They want to and an initially. It was going to be. But but i mean is that the actions you go through when you when you're trying to say but everybody goes on to do the treatment. Nobody has a miscarriage. So then i thought well handed on. Think this this needs to be a series of books because somebody could be having a struggle to get pregnant and get pregnant naturally but they still have the same thoughts as somebody who goes on have infertility treatment so the vessel was just purely in the next to the next one is to treatment and the two week wait so people have shared their experiences because again the two week ways. It's good to know that how you feel during that time is how anybody else feels. More or less. The both wanted series is a pregnancy loss and baby loss. The next one this will be on. Pregnancy often paternity donation consecutive cools. And then hopefully the mobile bay stories for man from men but those. Maybe i'll touch males dr infertility so people understand because a lot of the books are great for helping those people going through infertility tate. I would like them to lead way so people could dive into the book. Just read even a couple of stories. Undestand they mission realities when it's a challenge to to get pregnant but the series and an end of a year. I decided to do an extra book part of the series but it covers everything from infertility treatments miscarriage pregnancy child. Free often paternity surrogacy explanation but specifically stories from women of color women from groups asian indian african women carrying women book has been released. Actually it's been published so specifically as full women domestic origin. And am i correct in remembering that you are giving away. Some books jess because just token about which is actually cooed. Infertility doesn't care about your ethnicity. That's an e book would always be free purely. Because i want people to be able to access it because of women from ethnic backgrounds. They have the additional pressure feeling alone because isn't spoken about it. They may culture in that community so that pablo is be fray a book on actually decides to give away ten thousand copies of. I is trying to conceive. It's still a lot left. I just think it's nice that some people can get hold of something that money just to be supported and having a book you can be true. Gut listened to the stories is is very helpful but it was a big to somebody else who might benefit over. Might support you better. And where can listeners find these books. They a victory in my instagram at fertility. The old ten thousand three books are day. Infertility doesn't care about your business to this state considered now available. I'm back versions of the other eighty but the other e book versions will moment. Next job is to get the eib available on online sites around the world because amazon isn't the biggest bookstore in countries Next to the it will be able to be available to little. They're able to the more capable. How has infertility changed you. It has made me more aware of how precious of women in a man's facility is so i'm very conscious of the field. My daughter rates or products be our selves bounce for the case for a lot of people who three of paternity. I'm also worried. How fat allow mental health days when we going through a hard time in. Life amadeus k to offer help needs help weights and also validating other people's feelings not brushing minnesota light. Because i think by what we hate long time isn't it but we're told the usual I really try if somebody says we need to try. And it's not just brush their society. I tried to do that with my loss as well. So i think hopefully for the better things other than what we talked about earlier with your miscarriage knowing what you know now. What is one piece of advice. He gives her past self. I guess finding professional help even if you discourage just having somebody else to talk to when you're going through its to infertility and through facility treatment as well because that's really really hard so i just don't think that you need professional help. Your without rational help might be. I think that really does make a difference in any kind of is like we time as well as an app if you if you have that sort of that sort of help what words of hope would you offer to infertility warrior. Who is still on this journey. Really hard to to say anything because we just don't know how he's going to but you know sometimes pasta. Parenthood isn't how we plan is going to be a all kind today. And when we do like myself on wooden. I know that was not for me And i didn't know at the time but that was how is going to have. I drink but i would say. Just accept the jewel jamie might go higher expected to they've Larry's great nowadays. Anthony is incredible time in any can't help. she loves. Thank you so much for coming on the show today and share your story. I appreciate it. You're very welcome. I hope words do help. At least one on person would be lovely to to think that. But thank you for having me. Thank you for listening to beat infertility. 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April 2  Hour 2  Harrison Wind of DNVR Nuggets | Rockies Reality

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April 2 Hour 2 Harrison Wind of DNVR Nuggets | Rockies Reality

"Minutes after the second and final hour of the week it is friday first advantage. Text line is nine seven four seven eight thirteen a one if you're new to the show and you want to get involved text k. f. k. a. to that number nine seven four seven eight thirteen a one great conversation with mike bro. Hard earlier from. Cu rams dot com. And if you miss any portion of that we'll have our podcast put up right after the show. Colfax does a fantastic job of of wrapping those up and getting them ready to rock and roll. So we'll have that out for you. I am going to talk to harrison wind in about ten minutes about this denver. Nuggets team did it again. They win win on the road to the clippers. Would they win one. On one to ninety four they lead throughout its on tnt. I think it's safe to say when you're watching this broadcast that they have arrived because tnt building them up talking about joker reggie miller going off about joker and this team. I mean it's this was not the case last year. The nuggets have finally arrived to top tier status. And it's it's pretty cool to see. Aaron gordon continues to be extremely impressive. I mean talk about a difference maker. The nuggets were good team before air. Aaron gordon they were good teams. Still trying to figure everything out but with him in this lineup. Defensively it's it's noticeably different. How much better. They are than they were two weeks ago. Now look at the schedule. What they played three games now with their gordon. Three games have look at this colfax. They have had one two three four. Let's four losses since february twenty four losses since february twenty fifth after they lost to washington. Which was that weird. Weird play right that tomorrow. Murray should have split the defenders and hit michael moore michael porter. Jr. should have cut to the basket. Instead you end up tossing a bad pass to faulk who composite takes the game winning shot. That was the last time. I think nuggets fans were like what's going on with his team because then you went on and won six in a row including beating milwaukee on the road you lost to dallas kind of a rough game and then you lost to new orleans and toronto. That's crazy man. Four losses since february twenty fifth and. You're beating good teams. Beat atlanta's a playoff team. Philadelphia's a playoff team l. As a playoff team you just beat them. You have orlando detroit. Old buddy. Jeremy grant they're San antonio boston golden state decent. I mean first couple of games should be should be good but you look at where the spurs are sitting in that spa. So there's some playoff teams coming down the wire golden state's at twenty three and twenty five there in ninth though there in tenth place right now they would be qualified for the play in game right now. This is what i like about it. They'll actually have about what twenty games or so and only minnesota and houston in the western conference are out of this thing so that does mean if you're a thunder fan. You're not taking fewer pelicans fan. If you're a kings fan warriors grizzlies. You're not thinking you're trying to get into the playoffs. The thunder are four. Five games out of the eight spot but there only three games out of the ninth and tenth. So they'd be in the plan. So there's where i like this not sure that they're going to keep doing this. Because it does kind of screw over the seven and eight. You worked all year to win a certain amount of games and get into the playoffs. And then you gotta win two games out just to get into the playoffs or you got to win at least one. I guess interesting nuggets. Better spot though. They're far enough away from that. Moving up the standings. They're sitting in fifth place. They are tied with the lakers. They are game behind the clippers. But what's important is noting the losses. They have the same amount of losses as the clippers. So in a way. They are tied with the clippers. Even though it says there are game back. They have the same amount of losses. They are four games behind the sons and seven Six and a half games out of first place. It is doable. But you ha-. I mean you're doing what you need to do. But the jazz are eight. Two in their last ten sons are eight and two in their last. Ten the clippers two until then. They met denver. Seventy three. the lakers are dropping. Your just waiting for some of these teams to get rolling win. Is that going to win. Is not to knock it rolling. I should say because denver's doing their part tell you what's going to be pretty awesome game if you're outside of the nuggets in the nba. That's next wednesday. Write this down next wednesday. Eight o'clock on espn utah at phoenix. Top two teams in the west. So when you look utah schedule. Chicago orlando at dallas at phoenix home against portland. It doesn't look like they're gonna drop a whole heck of a lot but then they have some back to back to the lakers and mid april that. Yeah you need them to the sons down. The road still portland. Gold say they do have denver. So your hope is that you're within a few games of utah. And by the time we get to play him and you know you can make a difference there but that win last night for denver was big as far as their playoff now. They can't afford to screw up here when they play orlando on sunday. You know. that's that's a game where there could easily overlook. I don't even know his gary harris playing dr. rj hampton their rj hamptons playing. That'll be interesting. Heir gordon going up against his old team. Very very impressed with gordon and reggie miller said it on the broadcast last night. Now i don't know this. I watch a lot of orlando magic basketball. They weren't on a lotta nationally televised stuff all the last year and a half or so but reggie's talking about i don't remember ever seeing aaron gordon play defense like this what. What's cool about it. Though gordon goes to malone before he plays his first game with denver and he says hey. I i know i know this joker i know it's about murray and porter you got your big three. What's my role. I'm willing to do whatever it takes and malone say you gotta gotta score when you may be ready to score. I gotta have rebounds from you cut to the basket but i need your defense. You have that ability. I need your defense and man. He is turning it up. He has been off to watch three look at the stat line. Fourteen points three steals two blocks six boards getting the job done this is a group very selfless players. That just do whatever it takes to win and you know why colfax because they're taking after their leader. Lebron james is a good player. he's a great player. He's a great team player on the floor. But there's no doubt when it comes to the. Mvp talkies very vocal. He he he self nicknamed himself the king years ago before he was ever in the nba. Right when he was getting the mba. So i mean you have players that look at that and guard we wanna be stars to we. Want some of that joker. You won't see any of that. He doesn't care he goofs around. He gets serious when he's playing. And i mean that's what this group needs. Their leader is a selfless player on and off the floor. A selfless person. This team is buying in to whatever. Nicola yokich is selling to whatever. Mike malone and tim conley and calvin booth are selling and it's pretty exciting one. Oh one to ninety. Four over the clippers third best team in the west one of the top teams in the nba michael porter at another nice night. Twenty points four boards. He looks different. He looks different with gordon on the floor. He's clicking defensively. I i said it earlier. i've never seen. I've never seen a defensive guy. Like aaron gordon go team and instantly. The rest of the team is playing better defense but you could say he could play better defense one one okay. Great sights to say but defend the as very much like a chain and if that chain breaks in any way that whole thing is messed up and you're seeing you're seeing this Tighten up gordon. Was that missing link. Now and yeah. I think the sky is the limit for denver. That match up with the lakers is still going to be very tough. The clippers even though they didn't look great last night. It was a strange night for leonard. Twenty four points but it didn't feel like twenty four points and again. Eric gordon was all over him at one point quiet. Leonard misses the layup. I think he gets. I think gordon gets the foul call quite is walk into the free throw line. He taps gordon kinda like on the side like dude. Hell job they are. They're just recognizing the talent there and twenty four points but it was kind of a quiet twenty four points ten for twenty two. So i think you gotta be thrilled with what you're seeing fifteen minutes after the hour. We're going to take a short break. Harrison wind of dvr nuggets will join me. We'll talk more specifically about this run and just how far he thinks they can really go. What's the ideal matchup in the playoffs. We'll be right back. It's the whole show powered by. Pdc energy the live united thirteen ten of hundreds on the twenty second. Donate up to one hundred dollars and you could win a signed. Von miller helmet go to united way. Tash well dot org slash thirteen hundred text. Kfi k. all caps. Two two six nine eight nine the power trip weekdays at eleven and thirteen ten. Kfi carry right. Author journalist screenwriter. And you're listening to radio on the whole show thirteen ten. Kfi nineteen minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. The whole show powered by energy. We are live from the articles specialist studios joining me on our first advantage hotline harrison wind of dnv nuggets harrison. My friend i'm just. I know we're gonna talk about everything with this team. But i am just so amazed with aaron gordon and the way it looks like he's been a denver nuggets for five years. Yeah doesn't it. It's funny because prior to his first game and even talking to nuggets behind the scenes. They were saying this. Don't think it's all gonna come together overnight and like yeah there are still some bumps bad has happened along the way. But i'm with you. It seems like this guy has been as good as a fit with that starting. Five as you really could've asked for and it's come a long way more Way quicker than anybody thought. And i mean that that's like the best case scenario for denver there you know peaking at based on where they've been this entire regular season coming down the stretch here and they need to because it doesn't other than the lakers. It doesn't seem like anybody in the west is slowing down. Reggie miller made a point about aaron gordon now harrison. I forgive me. I know a new gordon was a stud offensively. I didn't watch a lot of orlando magic basketball. But reggie miller mentioned on the tnt broadcasts that he didn't he didn't see gordon play defense quite like this. Is that in your experience. What was that true. Because i i mean. I've always heard that. He's a pretty good defensive player. Yeah i mean to be honest freddie. You're you and i both didn't watch a lot of orlando asphalt. I think there's a little bit of something. To the fact that he in orlando for the last seven years he was on one team. That finished above five hundred. He wants to the playoffs twice now. He is on an elite elite western conference team. That plays a really exciting brand of basketball. Isn't lead offensively. And i think he's just been a little rejuvenate. Yeah he's definitely flown under the radar. Defensively in orlando just. Because there's not a spotlight on him and those orlando teams. That have just been really bad. Defensively for really his entire time there but i just think coming to denver being around and mvp nicole yokich to other all star caliber players right now with how they're playing and jamal murray and michael junior. I think that rejuvenated. Well yeah no question. I what i like to is kind of the stories harrison. And you know this more than anyone. The gr- the group specifically aaron gordon. Basically go into malone and say hey what do you need from me. I mean the selfless acts of all of these players on this team. I mean they really follow what jokers doing. But i i don't see a lot of teams that just seem to get it with all of these stars that are like hey we just know our role. We need to play our part totally. And like you said it starts with nicole yokich because the tone of your team. The culture of your team has set fire best player and when the coil yokich is the most selfless superstar in potentially leak history. That's going to trickle down to everybody else including her gordon but i also think gordon deserves a lot of credit individual because i've also been really impressive. Just how selflessly. He's bad how he's just been willing to fill any type of role and you can just talking to him in the post game interviews. How happy how excited he is to be here. And like i was just saying he's rejuvenated. I think the change of scenery has kind of given him new nba life. So those factors Yeah i been really impressed with how everybody's still they're all nicola yokich. Fourteen point seven assists seven rebounds. No harrison it's not one of those games that jumps out. You don't look at it and go. Those are obvious. Mvp numbers but what he's done all season. I mean how how. I guess my question is when you look at how spread out. This team. looks right now. Joker skillset isn't changing. But maybe his numbers is that going to hurt his mvp status at all. I definitely think it could it. Could and it probably unfair. It's definitely fair but him. Having what i thought was pretty bad game i to be quite. I did not think he played well last night. He seemed interested. He seemed like he just didn't really want the ball on the offensive end before even when denver didn't have a great offense at night they really needed more from him To have that game on national tv also is probably going to hurt his mvp. Chance not should still be the front runner. He's just favorite. He's still winning the award But i'm with you. I think having so many options is going to lower his numbers of it. Look if i bet if you ask him. He's thrilled about that because if he's playing his brand of basketball the style basketball he wants to play. He's distributing he's playmaking. He's scoring when he needs to and when they've got these type of offense of options around him he doesn't really need to score twenty seven night. It's it's kinda cool to hear though like you said it wasn't really the best performance by the joker but it was cool to hear tnt. They were giving him. Mvp treatment meaning. He only had like six points for the longest time and every time he would do anything the the broadcast crew they would go nuts there is. We'll move there and the only had fourteen points so what i took away from. That is finally the national media even on a bad night for joker they were still kinda gushing all over him. Yeah yeah and. I think it's just a testament to how consistent he's been all season and there's been a lot of be t chatter lately about james harden. Look what he's doing brookline. There's been a lot of ep chatter about damian lillard how he's carrying Blazers teamed up in short ended all year. Nobody has done it from game one to where we are right now at the beginning of april like nicole yoka cheesman the most consistent player in the nba. This year. so Yeah it was great to see him. Get some pricing those guys last night. We're talking to harrison wind of dean. Vr nuggets harrison. The nuggets have been hot. Man i was looking at like they've only lost four games since late february but nobody else's losing the head of them other than the lakers. The clippers are seven and three in their last ten of course last night. Phoenix in utah. Eight and two in their last ten. What more can you do if you're denver. You're playing lights out. But so is everybody else in the western conference. Yeah you've just got to keep winning here and you know what. I'm fascinated fascinated to see what happens with the lakers. If they stay in the five and they may be lied to the sticks maybe keep sliding past that what is going to look like at the top of the conference if teams try to kinda jockey for position to avoid the lakers in the first round. I'm really fascinated the f. like for the first time we could have a budget teams in the top trying to avoid pick. I haven't seen that. We kinda started to see a little bit of that with with malone to even in their last few games the last couple of years as far as positions go but man. You're right wouldn't that. This is a bizarre looking when you just look at the western conference if you were sleeping under a rock for the past few months and you looked at it right now and said wow utah. Phoenix clippers the lakers. I think you'd be absolutely shocked. Yeah i just think when it comes down to it. You're not going to be able to worry too much about seeding if you're a team like denver you've just got to hope that the momentum you've got right now carries on through the next couple of months you just got to place a priority on staying as healthy as possible and just being as complete of a team heading into the playoffs as you can i. I don't think you can really worry about feeding. Hey if you get the lakers in the first round great you know you can take care of them. That and you won't have to worry about them. In the western conference finals nuggets will be taken on orlando sunday. And i think that for several reasons. Aaron gordon with his against his old team are hampton. We'll see back. Gary harris but this is one of those games where denver's been beating some good teams with the sixers and the clippers. They just can't afford at this stage to overlook teams that You know that there are several games over are under five hundred. Yeah no doubt no doubt and what i like about this team right now. They have so much offensive talent. Aaron gordon fit that. Starting lineup is so seamless. They have the ability with the roster. They have with the death they have to blow out more teams. And i think really they've been able to blow out over the last couple of years so i wouldn't be surprised if we see more fifteen point win. Twenty points wins kinda like that hawks game when it was just a total offense of that denver put on atlanta that night they have so much offense town and baskets come so easy. I said this on the the postgame show last night. It's almost a disappointment on a nuggets offense offensive possession. If it doesn't end in a layoff for a wide open three it really seems like they can generate those shots every time down so if they really are focused they should be able to blow out the magic. They should be able to blow out a lot of these teams on their schedule coming up. I think that's a great point that you make to about how it just feels different. It feels like at any moment. Michael porter jr. is gonna pop a three murray's going to drive in with some crazy reverse layup. Aaron gordon is gonna cut to the basket and get a quick dunk from from joker. No look pass is a. They were a good team before. Aaron gordon but they are i mean harrison are they a favorite are the favorites to win this whole thing. Now that aaron gordon is establishing himself with this team. You probably can't consider them the favorites because if healthy if healthy the lakers are still the favorite but the nuggets are in that contending. Tear there there with the lakers. There with the clippers in that top. Contending your i feel like what aaron gordon. He is the defensive piece that they were missing lavar last night. He's the guy that we're at the. He's the missing piece makes a complete him. You saw last night against leonard deanna. A number of very impressive defensive possessions on quite leonard he. He's not as long as you're immigrant. He he's wingspan. little is a little less long jeremy grant. But he's so much stronger than jeremy grant when kawhi leonard tries to go into his body when kawhi leonard tribes taken into the lane. He's got more resistance there so he really is like the defensive piece that they're missing and that's just again speaks to this organization right. Tim keller calvin booth what they're able to do in the off season what they're able to do before the trade deadline. It was a tough decision to make with with gary harris for sure. But my goodness you gotta be thinking again Tim cawley one of the best one of the best in the business. No doubt no doubt and this is the type of move. That should definitely put him in. top contention for executive of the year pulling off a trade deadline. Move like getting aaron gordon and to be honest i feel like this. Is the team. That tim connolly envisioned when he was putting this roster together this summer so much offense of talent. The pieces fit together. And you get defense where you need it but just a team that can score one. Twenty one twenty five one thirty every night. So many ball handlers. So many playmaker so many guys who can make things happen on the offense event. This is really what his vision was. Where does mcgee fit. It's going to be about match ups and everything but When when you get that right matchup how. How much of a contributor do you think he's going to be. I think he can be a big contributor. Michael malone said last night he was like pretty Candidate he said yeah. I haven't played him. But i've been talking with jail. I need to find ways to get him in there. And the mill factory. Michael green duo on that second year. That's been working pretty well. It's been going pretty well. So i just think they've wanted to ride that out and get some chemistry there but when you talk about jail mcgee defensively. The shot blocking ability to length on the interior is going to be huge nuggets. Don't really have a guy like that. Haven't had a guy like that for the last couple of years and then offensively. Monte morris is coming back to this lineup. Looks like sunday against the magic. A monte morris javale mcgee pick and roll with your vilna lob threat at the rim. I think that can be a bit of a goto action for that second unit potentially. And that's what's insane right. Monte morris is a very important piece to what the nuggets and they've been doing all of this for the most part in the last couple of weeks without him so my goodness the rich. You're going to get rich. You hear harrison. What do you got. Dvr nuggets that we can check out in the next couple of days. Yeah i'm gonna be writing on erik gordon. The missing piece defensively and also it's honestly kind of flown under the radar which is wild that because it's michael porter jr. but how efficient. He's playing on the offensive end of the four right now and how he's getting his baskets the guys barely dribbling whiten teeth like putting up twenty seven point like he has twenty seven points. The other night Not laughing but the game before he only tripled four times to get all those assets. He's just really finding himself and finding his role on the offensive end and honestly brady likes the nuggets. Have a fixed ten klay thompson. They re they really do well. That's i mean just thinking about that's nuts though man that kind of points to i think you actually calculated out the dribbles students. You on your. I think because he had that game and then he had a game in the bubble against the thunder where he had thirty seven. It was in that seating around that was his career high and that was only on. I think eight or nine dribble. He's done before. No that's phenomenal. I love that stat by the way that that is right there by the way. Always appreciate your work and what you guys are doing. Over at dean. Vr and vr nuggets. And we'll look forward to catching up with you next week. Same time harrison wind the end. Vr nuggets four dribbles ford or that is going to be the new stat watch. That's the new thing that we start looking at. How dribbles does it take. Quarter to get to thirty points. Probably five thirty three minutes after the hour. Let's get out of here and get the latest on the local sports flash here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. What's up whole again. This is zach. Stevens with dnv broncos. And you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten kfi thirty minutes after the hour. Come back this year. My dad's in studio here and the collision specialist studio. You're welcome to jump in at any point in time talk about the rockies in their chances of winning the world series. Now so far there on you've heard a billion times are on pace to win them all. That's right it was a weird game and it was. It was a really bizarre game drew goodman on the call. Yesterday's like i've never seen anything like this bellinger's trying to pass or does pass justin turner on that play The home run. That wasn't a home run. That was weird. Even the dodgers just looked like they were like you know what we're the world's where we're the champs or hung over it's fine we'll be all right. Let's game doesn't really matter doesn't really matter no marquez looked bad he did not look like he had any control. Hopefully that gets a little bit better. Maybe that was opening. Day jitters fans in the stands. Rockies aren't used to that right they're not used to. I wonder if that's a real thing. If some of these teams are kind of. It's a little nerve wracking form. Because they haven't seen fans in the stands like this twenty one thousand there Does that win one win. People wake up this morning with a little more optimism about the rockies or those that hated the rockies yesterday because of dick montfort still hate the colorado rockies. Don't think so you don't think my conspiracy theories is correct about josh quintez about making them look like no no. I think that sounds that on. That's perfect. I could see it. I could see a bright hill. They'll never know it's so crazy back just work you can see the difference so has made routine plays and that was good but when it came to making potential to make great place he couldn't make i mean that's that is the difference that's the difference between superstars and guys that play baseball for a living. He's very good was it. Was it mark johnson. The voice of the buffs. It was on a wednesday told. You know if you make it to the majors if you make it to the pros your ridiculous you're one of the best at that sport in the world one of the best. But the difference between that and pure absolute greatness nolan auto is is pretty crazy isn't it. I mean these guys are good but you see that difference. Pretty quickly and i think nolan had a pretty good game yesterday. Somebody tweeted out from cardinals account. That's like nolan. Aeronautics doing exactly what the rockies are paying them to do for us that whole deal man i. I don't know people are still pretty mad. I was talking to somebody. Say this is the problem though. You're at the game. We're watching the game. You're at the game so you're supporting montfort so as long as you're feeling filling coors field. You're telling him that it's okay for him to run this organization to the ground and my reply to that was you're watching the game same thing. It's not as much but you count as a viewer that when you turn the tv on and it registers that you're watching a rockies game. That is a viewer now. And so all those viewers that turn on the rockies game are now displayed on a sheet of paper in an excel spreadsheet to an advertiser saying. This is how many people watched on opening day. That advertiser goes. Here's a check for a million dollars. Put my name behind home plate so those of you that are saying. Hey you idiots out there supporting this team. If you're if you turn the television on to watch a rockies game you are still supporting the colorado rockies. Teach you about boycotts man. Pre boycotts are pretty simple. You just don't go like i said yesterday boycotting walmart. I'll have it delivered. Deliver it from walmart to me now. Well you're still putting money in walmart. It's the same thing as as watching the rockies on television east side. Chris texting and if you want a text the show for civilians texts nine seven four seven eight thirteen one brady just ran the numbers the rockies are going a hundred and forty and twenty two breaking records i. I wish i were more optimistic. Because i wanted to be. I picked the rockies to win yesterday but the way they won that game even was just gross watching like. I don't even know how this is happening right now. Are the dodgers drunk. Do you think they took body shots off justin turner before the game started. Think that's exactly what happened. I think they're like we're at coors field man. I mean this. This is a minor league team here. Whatever we'll see what happens. Kershaw looked sharp the first few innings and then he started to fade How's the rest of the series going if they're okay. How about this one the rockies win this series. It's a four game series win this series. Do you change your mind. Four games in it. Was you three or four games like we just witnessed which who knows. Mice are questioning the dodgers. But i think that's the key point is more people are gonna go are the dodgers bad and their lineup is ridiculous. It feels like you know everybody. That goes up its bets. Oh my gosh. He's senior turner. Bellinger muncie it just goes on and on and on and that list is so damn good and then when you talk pitchers clayton kershaw one of the greatest pitchers ever. He's like the third best pitcher on the team. So you have you have. This team is ridiculous. So i mean i would be absolutely befuddled if we can use that word if the dodgers are bad i mean. I think that they're going to break record. Probably as far as winds go. I would imagine they come out rip roaring tonight but it was cool. That game was on. Espn so the rockies got some some national exposure but you're you're right. I do think that it's going to be. It's going to be more or less. Oh what's wrong with the dodgers if they somehow lose the series and we had a text yesterday dixon saying this is gonna be the only time there are over five hundred nope there at five hundred or over whatever probably the best record. No today best record is right now after this. You're not gonna get any better. well you could get. You could get better. I mean you could go to jail. You're still at one hundred twenty percent or something. Yeah that's that's math. Your undefeated april's typically a good month for the rockies. I mean everybody's freaking out about nolan being gone yeah. There was some plays there. That if nolan's there he makes those plays but let's let's face it. I mean in this game is being that replacement essentially how to hit had an rbi so made a couple of plays on the defensive side so at least for one game you walk away and you go. Wow all right still going to be bad because again even the way they won that game. I'm i'm watching the game going. How is it two to one how it was two to one after the third in it and i don't even did the. The dodgers just took the lead. Once i think and that was that goofy home run. It should have been two to nothing. But because of because bellinger for god and none of us knew the rules drew goodman on the calls like never seen this before. You just know you're not supposed to pass a runner going going going any base for because the way it worked. Turner saw or thought that he thought the remote hoppy caught the ball so he turns around tag. I and bellinger's like no. I see the ball bouncing up in the stands. He didn't catch it go. He didn't say that though he's just running by him and you kinda just stop. He should have been screaming. He dropped it but instead they just do this awkward little pass and then that's that lost. That cost run. So that's that's what it took for the rockies to one with these weird plays and again the other one was the the the butterfly kershaw catches. It fi doesn't catch it. You have a double play. I think the innings over. And i could be wrong. I think the rockies gotta run in that inning that was the fifth inning or maybe it was the third inning but the got one of their runs in that innings. So they're not going to happen. They're not gonna come like that very often but the rockies take advantage of it i. I can't imagine this team being any good. I can't. I'm really hopeful marquez. One of the big things for us. We've talked to a genie caviar the other day with. At and t. sports net and she said well the positive is. This is the best perhaps on paper. The best starting pitching unit the rockies have had while perhaps ever your ace just faded looked pretty rough yesterday again one game but that was that was why i picked the rockies to win yesterday i thought i game dodgers. Maybe have the world series hangover. It's opening day. Fans in the stands. It's all crazy to everybody the rockies. They're going to win a weird bizarre game and it was a bizarre game. I don't know if that's because it was opening day. Their fans in the stands. Whatever forty eight minutes after the hour wrap up the show on the other side will get to. What's on tonight and closing thoughts. It's the whole show powered by energy listening to the hall's show powered by pdc energy and thirteen ten kfi k. Brady will be back after the break. What's happening in your own backyard. Listen to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Kevin lytle your colorado state athletics beat reporter for the fort collins colorado and you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten. Kfi am. It is one of those goofy rules in sports though because once you hit a home run. The ball goes over the fence. The whoever's on base is already counted as a run it. You said it's a formality right. You don't really. I mean technically need to run on the basis. But you don't what's what's the point home run but it is. We do like that pomp circumstance. Kind of thing right. We like that still but theoretically it's wants. The ball goes over the fence. The play is over the score. It's a score. And however many people were on base. It is as you all know. I'm teaching your baseball right now. So the fact that he passed him is one of those goofy rules. If the balls in play that makes sense makes sense. You know if it was a pop fly out to left field. And then he drops it that that's different but once the ball clears fence plays dead. It's over so i mean that's what the rule book states but but. How often does that ever happen. I can't imagine that happens. Ever i drew goodman's like i've never seen it and again. The bolt did go in toppy as glove. Very rare. chance of that coming out of his glove is just the way he hit the fence in the ball. Popped out this crazy man. But that's again hey rockies got it got one and it was goofy. One sends a teller going to the mount tonight. John gray tomorrow. How about chris owings. Though chris owings was fantastic. You know getting him getting him involved early. I mean he was rockin. Charlie blackmon got a hit. I mean it was good to see it was good to see those guys like men come out with his his themes are his walkup song and the crowd is singing along. Felt normal but then it still was strange. Going over to third base nolan and not seeing nolan up to the plate into that little weird push thing that he does within the gets the bat and does that weird kind of like he's doing a push up up. There's just it sucks it. Does i see why fans are extremely upset. But the bottom line is nolan was going to be gone anyway. He didn't feel that the rockies were doing enough to build around him he was vocal about it too. Bright bright disagreed in some regards brightest disagreed and stuck up for this unit. I know you guys get so mad. When i try to add some logic to the situation you just want to hate jeff bridage and i'm not saying you should love him. He's the guy that claim that being a general manager. Baseball's the same thing as a brain surgeon. They're just geniuses these general managers but he said no. I do feel like we're building a good enough team. Yelling match ensued nolan said. I wanted i want out. And that's where that's hey could have calm the situation down. But what did nolan one. Where i mean what what was what was pointing out of like. That's what i would have said if i were bridage. Where are we not building okay. We tried with the closers. we tried with the bullpen. We were paying a lot of money to that bullpen. And all of those guys in the bullpen. The way davis. They were supposed to be good on paper they were good and then they came to colorado and they were not good so bright. It's did they were throwing money around. They were spending money at one point and it just didn't work. It happens drawn. james right. Tackle for the broncos one of the highest paid right tackle in the league. He's only played like four games in two years. He opted out last year. So and that's how we'll end it there i'm going to have rockies fans just seething right now they're just so matt. I'm just trying to tell you didn't like the way the rockies were building or lack thereof so he was going to be gone it sucks. It's weird we love nolan. Annatto wish you kind of wish him the best. I dunno still weird seeing them do well like senior ex-girlfriend out on a date with great guy fifty five after the hour. The herd with colin cowherd is coming up next. What did we got. We got baseball tonight. Six o'clock that's how i mandate in on a great note. Colfax good night northern colorado.

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"The episode cage some lunatics kicks brought to you by tweaked audio get awesome headphones tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code southgate thirty percent offer shipping in a lifetime warranty where he can get there through the link on our website. Southgate media group dotcom compared annual listing vacation lunatic sidekicks podcast day in blackest night so evil shell escape my site. With those who worship evil mighty wear might power green lanterns light Went welcome back to a nother episode episode three of sector. Two eight one. Four the greenland's podcasts. Anyway i'm still joining me as always Master of the core it is wheeler. 'course that rookie yeah. It is renewed new cone of all right so back to talk while the. I guess we call them. The bridging issues will You know action comics weekly the from the old but i will the last series and then next week will start off the first the next green leonard's and and you know i guess to kick it off i have a question for matt. He read the agreement in court to twenty four in the final issue of the the silvery green lantern series and then picks immediately in action comics. Weekly six zero one. Yeah how did you what was what was your impression of that. Because i have a i have an opinion and i wanna see if it's Honestly i didn't really link between the two. I kind of forgot that. That's that's sort of how it went. But i mean it is a bit of a shift in terms of the the focus all the green pretty much. The other green lanterns were dead or inactive except for him in his under study john. Stewart and guy gardner. We didn't really see in the the final green lantern corps. One just may be heard talked about but I tried to speed through. I didn't read every single issue at it. We're probably gonna be talking mostly about the summaries of these but I had some free time this afternoon. I read up six twenty two the action comics instead of six thirty five but In terms of like the first stories from from this in how they related to. There's definitely a five different sir. But i don't know. I guess it was prepared for the question so eventually more. There's a a a big baddie. Big behead girl that kinda is about to 'cause it's definitely all right a little bit more modern in its Brutality and violence is kind of rain. But i didn't really expect some some slasher type antics like this of here. So did you read the entire issues of mall. What you read kohner. Did you know now. I just read the green lantern stories. I'm sorry to say. I did skip some night wings. No no no no no because me and we're talking to you find it like more difficult to read these than like what we read so far now not. I don't think so. Not really appealing same quality or did you like something better this better. I mean i kinda there. There were ebbs and flows to what i read so far. Get in really like Freaks storyline that much in a. I liked the the beginning of the early ones a little bit more. But they were kinda hit and miss. I see what they're doing with the serial nature to keep reading in all that but like star sapphire in the fact that she is from old. Hal jordan's old crush that got my head scratched a little bit about how she was randomly chosen to sit to lead the people of the planet. They're called a komo. Come off and yeah. Because i mean this. It's kind of weird because this was like one thousand. Nine hundred. Eighty was the fiftieth anniversary. So starting at six o one through six forty su will. it's like they. I guess they decided to go back to like what action had been originally when it started in nineteen thirty like it. You know a series of book of like different serialized stories and stuff but like most books that need in the silver age you were getting eight-page twelve pages cups i think was even the first. You know several issues in a while for several issues of fantastic or maybe i or five. I don't know they had at least two stories in you know it was kind of coming out of the silver age then as we hit kind of the bronze age boom it started taking up the whole issue pretty much and then they did they later they would shrink back down and get back up stories right. It's kinda weird. I'm like i just read it or a interview. Not too long was mark waid was like one of the editors on this at the time and he was like yeah. The weekly thing was like you know it's kind kinda cold but it was like a giant pain in the ask the issue like every week moves like different creative teams and i think it was like it was so bad that like one of these issues i forget which one like think him and somebody else actually like had the like. Fill it and do some stop like on friday afternoon just like als. You know what i think what. I didn't remember this until i read. It is the there. Is that drastic shift in tone. And kenneth focus from the green lantern corps that ursa juve action comments. We've you know it. It's almost like a were on planet sector zero the universes all around us in the stage and then it shifts down to america earth rights or even with vide- brew much healed up in chicago for a while. Yeah it's just. I just found the very weird after like issue. Two hundred because i mean it was still kind of like cosmic and stuff but it's like once guardians like most of them leave except for that one. It's just like like the set stone roles. You do this. You don't do this but then like at by two hundred. It's like oh yeah. We're leaving with her girlfriends. Yeah you guys protecting universe see do what you want. No rock rock on basic hutton's nuclear weapons on your fingers protect us high one. You know i. I think the art was kind of hit and miss to over the course of it once. Md bright took over though. The art isn't was awesome. I mean he he he. He's a really good artist. Gail kane those issues were nice looking and then can't remember. Tom artists that came after him. But the it was kind of uneven there. For a while. And i'll be honest. I as i was reading through. I think i got up to about twenty or twenty two of action or so I you probably won. Like i was telling rey on the. It's like yeah. I mean they're page stories thirty five issues and only worked out. There was like a little a little less than five issues like five regular issues. Pay wise and yeah. I mean this. Look me more than one sitting to get through. I mean usually i. I can do more. I can read more than five one sitting. Yeah took me and least two or three sittings that get through these. Well you know i have. I really did not enjoy the peter david issues. Those they they didn't they didn't hit for me. I'm sure they hit other people. And but i just they. They weren't for me like that one arc. It was very like generic superhero. Almost kind of like a foreshadowing would come in the nineties because it was like him. I like you know this crew of like super powered whatever mercenaries whatever need like each had lichter. Cute little nicknames in style family. It's kind of. We're going to come in yet. Kinda go the rating and especially like the art. Maybe suffered a little bit. 'cause like maybe everyone was rushed because they were getting an issue out of every week. So yeah absolutely. I mean if. I'm sure that people drawn suffered more name anals. Yeah i mean. I was reading somewhere online. It you're going to do a twenty two page comic. It actually takes more than a month to build a twenty two page comic strip all the way through to the lettering. You know all that stuff and the only reason people think that you should be able to do that as because marble comes out or dc comes out with a book every month over. These were forty pages. Yeah again. wasn't the same team for the whole book. But it was like you can imagine the editors it's like okay got script from this. Wendy get the script from the visit. Yeah we need. We need eight other scripts grant. Wait where are we what. What is your even doing right. It was weird like most of these greenland and was like the first story wasn't it but there was like at least two or three these issues where it's like screw and i'm like where's this screen later in stores. Yeah exactly but yeah even like dc universe. It's very weird like they don't have the full run of like action comics. Weekly like it goes like Six one six oh to than like jumps that six eighteen through six twenty six. That's at bat would actually be a pretty cool omnibus. Collect all those stories from each and then just put them. Here's all the green lantern stories. Here's all these stories theory. Here's all the the dead band stories. Here's all did some of that because Like the the two wing arcs the night lincoln. Speedy arc's did collect that in a trade like because tonight that like in january. How many how many pages was that. Those two arcs was what two issues them to to total issues. Maybe two more issues. Yeah from china find it even that long because they even had like a secret words ins issue at the front of it. So yeah what. They do some other stuff in there. Gosh give it a little bit of both because it wasn't that long. Yeah but i mean. That's the only thing i do that. They collected from action comics. Weekly well did you guys have any problems with some of the developments later you could tell they were like they really wanted the reset style like in a sentence like hug and he has a problem with a girlfriend. She's gone you know it's some of that seem pretty abrupt Just like wait. Wait what. I don't even remember why he was fighting without his ring. Prove that he didn't have fear at one point. Yeah that's the one arc where the never mentioned that pass this. You don't worry about that because it's like when abner originally picked him he had the ring like fear from how jordan. But yeah the hubs up again. Pass these issues. And i think that's something that you know kind of goes back and suddenly right cod. Because it's not he's fearless. He has the ability to overcome great. Yeah that's great lanterns. Yes as you can act in spite of fear but yeah that that Con about removing all fear that that bothered me some of and then the second one with a well. You don't need a battery. We'll get there those plot points. I mean they. I mean that's eight stories but at thirty five issues. There's like two different at least two different plot points. They never resolved which out later specials quoting finding digitally anywhere even on our site. I was hell. Yeah the because. I took care of john stewart in one of them and then the canal. Volio hang oh well. That's the other thing it's like know emerald twilight when we get there. It's like know when he goes bad. If volume. its bow voglio liar. Not no. we're not even gonna. They didn't want to mention any that action. Make something. no no. Yeah it was. I don't know yet that's the that was the weirdest thing for me. Is that malvolio guy. Yeah yeah it was. It's the guardians or just like a mental case. Run around with like a ring And then i have to retrain you to use your ring because the the ring doesn't reprogram it different second. Why would it need to are the laws of the universe. Different from sector to sector. I don't why would it be different like. Hey there's less oxygen here this more oxygen. Yeah that was kinda weird He just wanted some excuse to be like. Oh see it's not so easy without you know the guardians and whatever else and you know john's even kind of comes back to that because he makes an rebirth. He has a green arrow. Used the ring and it pretty much wiped seem out. Yeah yeah really strong will to do birth. Yeah that's funny yeah. He was shot off at semester. And he's like you said that every time it was a was a cow was something regard every time yup and it's really the as as good an issue as to twenty four was i really don't like term what it did to the to the core basically the core guardians and all that stuff because it was just they seem to kind of gut the concept. You know. In the end they would do it again and emerald twilight. Yeah you know. I'm like why. Why did they do that. They have some kind of didn't come through. Because i was like. Yeah if you're going to end the series. That's one thing i can't say. Oh yeah the court. Greenland are still out there doing their thing. It's like against it's always. They're worried about what they're going to be confused. They don't know who the real is because they're all have same power. Whatever i think. It's proved that late eighties. That was weird after crisis you know. They got rid of multi. Although multiple earth stop like oh people are going to be confused risking on one universe now. Yeah we'll see how outlasted that worked out. Great all right i was gonna say. Do we want to read some of these synopses for the arts and we'll talk it out art by art. All right we'll give you the first one because i- nigger. It's that i issue was such a tone shift in focus shifts from you know. There's not a lot. Honestly that. At least i don't feel like it was. I don't want to put down the creators. They did the work in that. they were assigned. I think they did it to the best of their ability but there was just something about the the loss of the spectacle and grandeur and then either really wasn't anything about this that made it a green lantern story in my mind. It could have you know you can substitute almost any hero. You know very generic so it was kind of a disappointment to go from his own book. Something where he didn't even have to really be there. I guess and you know the. I'm sure it was great to work with james. Ouseley the good writer and you know it just it felt to me. Yeah reminder built smaller and and you know it was about star sapphire was just what. Where did that come from right. I think i think it's explained in the winnie's or the thirties of the remainder in series. After this was a predator that was taken it was off. Predators like I think it's like late thirties. Or early forties right before immortalized. Yeah so it was so they kind of cleaned up that little mess because they still wanted to have carol so it wasn't really her right But had a no. It was such a shift. I you know. I i wasn't buying it off the stands at that point so i don't know how i would have felt if i would have you know. Been reading. greener corey got cancelled in Weekly and then pop. This went out of been. What the heck what. What are we getting here. But you know it was at least greenland was still being published. You know we still. He's didn't have his own book but we still have to each weekly right a pages a week. I mean that was still got like thirty two pages on. So i mean he didn't always have the cover by the was usually the lead story in the ones that i read think there was only one story you were buried in the back. Yeah final story. But i mean the in what one issue i think. And then we also get it. When peter david takes over and he goes on oprah all my call the yes. But that's only o'clock thank you love. The oprah's gets the seem angry off-camera oprah's supervillain. I don't be late. You'll be late okay. What was worse him going. How going on The oprah show or getting locked in a yellow safe. Well no the the oprah thing you could kind of understand from a practical perspective you know. He's trying to be a pr studs or clear his name. Everything's a psychotic murderer but being inside. The yellow safe was a bit of a blow perfect and the fact that he he creates a very hulk like thing together host was. I think that was worse. Say that's worse than over. That was a peter. David story right so maybe the hulk was correct. Yeah i think it was a little bit of a nod and peter. dave is a good rider. Don't think he had a real affinity for this character. Antilles it didn't. It didn't seem to show in in the in the published work to the tie again the timing. It was eight pages once a week. I don't know like i again. I think it hurt. Everyone's just the timing. Yeah i mean you have a pacing. Gotta have you know you're opening and then you've got six pages than your last page. Has got a hangar at somehow. So yeah it was. It would be a quite an exercise and you know but honestly look at a fifty to fifty to them doing the weekly thing right. Yeah they came out and fifty two accomplishment. I mean i think it's still stands a pretty amazing accomplishment because it held together has done so well. Yeah but i i. If i just thought this or read somewhere but i think they had a bunch of those in the can for david started so that i'm sure they had to. They were probably working on at six months in advance. That they they had twenty six issues. Done or even solicited Reserve but that that takes that takes a lot of organization and an just skill to keep everybody on target and moving forward. I mean it's impressive that they did. What forty two issues of this. They all made it a full year. Which is pretty amazing to me. And these were forty eight page issues versus fifty two which was what standard comic size ride. It hit like three stores. I think so half half the size. Yeah this is the government to. But i don't know i i just don't feel like the sometimes the teams just didn't really gel character. I think in probably not just agree on stories. I mean i didn't read a lot of the other ones but that would be my guess too and again i mean i think we tell me different creative teams that we have for green lantern. I think it was it was. It was two or three. Wasn't it so it's like. Oh yeah again. You really can't pick up momentum either one needs like someone's right in ann arbor to then someone else takes over and yet it takes the coordination communication just to make sure you. Hey wait i gotta read what you wrote because you set something up. I should probably use that. Otherwise it's way did right. Matt was saito's trying to clear his name. Going on oprah wasn't his name. It was jon stewart because members and they took the green lanterns looked ahead star. Sapphire crashed that plane. And it's just like oprah supervillain but yeah because jon stewart's identity was public knowledge. So that's what i was thinking. I was like never really thought of this. It's like john. Stewart and guy gardner both had like their identities are common knowledge but cows is in sounds like and then you know the kind of hand waved john stuff away deal with it in a special later you know just like yep number one that would right there. It's weird because like yeah. He goes over to the Is it south. Africa africa apartheid. He gets the yelich ya they take custody him from the united states government for some african summaries in enough your house all in the special house all worried about about a he goes to. Oh okay. here's our first indicator because see the old timer the timers. Oh yeah hey. By the way. I found jon. Stewart's ring you can give them is ring back again warning sign and get to that next next week. So yeah so how goes and you know gives drawn the ring and johnson put that on. He was gonna like just ride out prisoner. Whatever to make some kind of statement. He's like how just put the ring on floors. I care he's my part is done you. You break out or you stay here. It's up the view but you have to decide at twenty four hours. Yeah you got twenty four hours that is right so yeah but then yeah john stewart helps like they're like the app the rebels or whatever over there and like they trick him into doing some nasty star like he's really making a statement of there because like even superman comes to visit how he's like. Hey you take care of john. Stewart or i'm gonna take jon stewart big big blue boy scout right. Yeah with like john's. Like oh i got it like take. Take a break. You know. i think thicky thicky goes into space for a while. Which i'm assuming that goes in the cosmic odyssey of yeah that rewrite because cosmic odyssey is. What kind of 'cause gang-raped breaks him. So that has ready for your yes. we'll see the aftermath of that next week but yeah cosmic odyssey favorite. Read that whole thing. So we'll refresh me. Kona jon stewart like i. I'm sure it's an accident. But he like. Let's whole planet so not that we've seen the kind of changes characterization will but he goes in basically a green lantern. I got this guy's he's with the martian manhunter. I think i got this. I got this. you don't have to worry about anything. And they get there and the bomb is completely made out of yellow and it blows up because he can't stop it because agreement you know and he he basically sideline it was. They made him be arrogant. And then they Punish him in that entire star system for for his arrogance than that they use that the kind of you know break kim. So that when he after we get the first aid issue are of the new series. Next week we get mosaic spending mosaic. Now's buying was eglin. Came out mosaic. Was unlike anything else. Dc was doing at the time it was. Yeah it was so different and weird and awesome. I did it by the time. I wasn't like fulltime until cal. Rayner started but yeah. I bought like the first couple of issues of zach. I read them. I was like okay. I got to get all these. It's just so different than anything else because it deals a lot with you know. I think cat metairie shows up because why not know all this stuff going on in those aken. If is john crazy is not crazy is what's up with the old. What's going on you know and and you know the the theme of building those communities in having them live side by side i mean it was there s still think. It's a pretty. I wanna go back. I need to go back and read it i really. I'm looking forward to reading again. Definitely i know 'cause the working we're going to in green lantern. Once we hit guy gardner we cover knows issues. Darkstars will jon stewart issues. Anyway so and i remember the darkstars. Were pretty cool early on. Like the first published. Berko travis jerry. Who's on wildcats amazing artists. I mean it's in the early nineties was an interesting place. sometimes but yeah that's the catis Was pretty good. I mean it was jim starling. Wrote it and then. I believe i think just Might be doing the art. The art was pretty amazing I don't think i got it when it came out picked it up later but As it was pretty good. But there's something about dc cosmic at least during that time. That didn't really approach you know marvel cosmic in my mind. I can't put quite put my finger on why i'm going to have to think about that a little bit. I mean i agree with you again. I don't know why either. But if it wasn't green lantern like dc causing kinda like it didn't have the same poll. I think i mean with marvel. You had the surfer and then you had of course the best marvel cosmic title quasar right and you had the infinity stuff you know. We had guardians of the galaxy. Going on in the future out moral conflict was just kind of cool place back in the nineties late eighties and nineties. I think it was more fleshed out than some of the easy style. But again i mean what was going on besides friedlander cosmic wise at this was were mega. Mendome point you know. I don't remember They might have been. But i mean a lot of the cosmic stuff. I think to had been ceded to the legion. Excuse me what legion eighty nine or whatever. Yeah well yeah and then lesion superheroes and then they kind of broke allegiance with crisis you know because super bowl with didn't exist so he was never found. You know all that weird stuff and supergirl and brainiac. And i mean i love legion. They're awesome. it's just that i don't know that they ever really recovered from crisis into all the patches and attempts to fix you rewrite On how super boy was like a big huge member and once after crisis john burns like oh yes super bowl. Superman was never super bowl. And it's like wait a minute. Wait a minute bedrocks from super boy. What the hell. It's it's wild because new teen titans legion. Were you know some of the bestsellers in the know mid mid eighties right. Oh yeah early. The mid eighty s. They said that was like the head. The head marvel dc in the eighties like teen titans and x. Men crossover to say. Give a hint. That probably in about a year when we hit episode fifty. Redo that green lantern silver surfer. Crossover have not read that in a long time very long time cam trying to think what else we have here outage so we're we've done the first the first little arc was the star sapphire crazy are and there's there's some uncomfortable stuff in there. I think because killing cat mathu in the first issue. It's silly eight eight pages and then you know how coming in just mac and the crap out of carole you know. She didn't have a ring. And just like not really cool guy at but the the second arc was the peter david took over. And we had the oprah in the said the assam chop right the guys with the what was the third arc. I'm trying to remember. play these up here. Email them three woods. Another peter. david was six issues. as a rec- a modeling she leaves basically and that's again. Yeah she like i'm leaving. He's like fine okay. I mean that was a big think. They never got back together. did they know. I don't think so eventually but yeah finally found her like right before he goes after semester. Core war i think before all the black knights. Sorry didn't look like good. James alfie comes back after that story. Line and where it's weird because like jon stewart on trial and care like fakes her death and stop them mix murderer and it's hand wave away. Oh there was no bodies. He didn't commit the murder that we also omit it which is really anyway out. There was a grave bureau process. Exactly she when she was. Actually you know. John lennon pulled out the in the the more into her body was on a savage. She was like. Hey man. what's up guys. you really he. It was pretty crazy. He couldn't be produced literally oddest. But yeah that's yeah. That's one so after. Peter david we had james ouseley and be bright coming back and md. Bright as an awesome reminder. Because he's he's the one who did the immel wanted to for us right. yeah it. Doesn't he do some of the series coming up to. I think so. I think pat broderick goes the first eight. Maybe yeah we'll see next week. The am pretty sure broderick out. Yeah because for a while there. Isn't it like i mean. After those first date we kind of get you know. Get like a guy arc and then you get how joint and like each. Leonard has like the kind of their artists for out there. Trying to think so i really do. It's it's been a while. But i think you're right And then finally it settles in on how. Yeah because guy gets his own book. John's over in mosaic. And and kind of kilowatt is still in jail at that point. Maybe he gets a ring though he does. Yeah yeah yeah how to. How guy johnny of their book toll emerald toilet and then things really change kind of award buzz And then we have. What ten years. I guess it's about ten years. What carl reiner of kyle rayner or twelve years ten or twelve years of carl reiner. Look it's about it's about ten. I think the yankees starts at ninety four and then once rebirth start night. Two thousand four hundred forty thousand five. Yeah something like that. And as kyle goes from issues. Fifty one fifty. It's like in cleveland. Ends at one seventy no. I think it's one eighty something eighty something. maybe one eighty one onto. Look that up right in your rebirth them. But again you get drawn. Come back jade. Yeah we get your ns a thing. That ron marz did was bring a lot of green lantern. Admit those kind of back into at least you know. Be there even if it wasn't necessarily utilized you know it was at least a reference to made you know made readers aware of it. You know that. There's a huge legacy. No what green was for the bbc. Universita which is kinda cool. Okay i was looking at the v lark here. Oh yes some dawson when we haven't mentioned yet and prese such an alienated priest. Yes you imagine. What did you think that. I don't know if i got this one. This is the fifth I have the did you recap about it. He's like the red alien he kind of Kind of gets rescues. A tiny alien ship. That's about to go into the sun in the ring cuts them off from reality. Andy he pilots a plane which crashes battery this ring. Explo- oh yeah this is. I did over. The where he's fighting gets all the thing that his head right it gets fear. That's the thing. Yeah prese goes all like all these like you but you know. You don't need a battery charger ring like really right. Are you re putting this of this war and big time revisionist history but he. He acts as a peacekeeper goes back to earth. Fill in better in that alien. Was it like a wooden spaceship. Yeah he he thinks he did something good but that we find out that the two sides are actually going to be working together on a weapon some that that could come back to haunt him later on. But i don't think it ever does. Does it just kind of now yet. No it does is in the second special that feel has right there they deal with all of this stuff with our voglio gets destroyed. And yeah julio staff. Because he goes looking for that chip. Because i mean i think it's the next arc where it's like. Yeah the alien. Like some like on like rambo or something but some violent movie incites getting violent and like destroy captain atom. Just want the day. Everyone read that captain atom comes in wants to kill the alien housing. No we can't kill them but yeah in the in the in special number two he goes looking for the ship at you know opera offer but he doesn't find it and like it's never referenced again. I don't think as a all the aliens dangerous. You can hurt somebody you know gone what was the. What was the final issue. Six thirty five. I believe so. Yeah i was Yeah we had. The neil gaiman written issue came out later. Superman and green lantern. Which was all ages really interesting. They said it's like it's kinda hard to fit in continuity needs kind of out of continuity because like the game road. It's like how new clark kent's identity but like in regular continuity didn't at this point south thirty five cover kinda crossover don't they. There's there's one story where like all the action comics characters. Did hell end up in six. Thirty four then had alan scott. Who's looking really buff. Their i mean kilowatt. Buffy malvolio may be. Yeah i guess. Yeah that is it. Looks like alan scott jacked up. Kill walk proportions. Yeah but again. It's like the guarding. Just what this guy running around with ring. Yeah what the heck i mean. They're all over like digordon bite if he's like opening up beer bottle with his ring in. It's like oh yeah. We're just like this this guy this planet and stuff and then we get. His ring has gone. The end. vinyl is against mobile is bringing. I call one day i will get my revenge. And he's still waiting for revenge like over quasar when it's like aims like we're gonna kiss him in any number of shopping and they never been thirty three years now. No no sign of polio. Right at some connection. Alan scott we never we get in the allen. Scudder was issue nineteen. Yeah oh yeah that was. That was the anniversary issue isn't it. I think yeah. Yeah because yeah. Because i don't know if that's why they didn't go to six forty two green lantern because they wanted to start up number one because nineteen ninety was the fiftieth anniversary of green lantern. You know we'll count them out once thought. Yeah three cool. I think how was probably like the second best known character in these next superman. Yeah i think so in black canary for stories. Were guess she's probably not so much dead man or the wild dog or maybe night wing. But i'm yeah he wasn't in all the issues. I mean towel straight through. You know this five. Yeah yeah because some of them thinking of you know every issue you know. I think it's fair to say that. I think it's just totally expected that they seem a little unfocused. I don't have teams limited timetable. Yeah so what happened after. I mean it was nice to get how on a weekly basis but they rotate. Everybody should have been like okay. Here's six issues a how that he gets somebody else you know. Then we back after that arkansas. Give people time well. They did kind of similar to this with the build marvel comics presents so you have four stories in there that were i guess eight pages each and they would they would time them so that one would would end after say tennis shoes but another one we begin at issue eight. Th there's always a continuing need to know what happened next for this story this story you know. I guess it worked out a lot of them. So rain i was at some. Was it last sometime last year. We talked to terry kavanagh. Who was like editor of marvel comics presents. He's like yeah. The one will the rural going was like one storey always had to be a mutant story and then eventually morphed into one story at has to always be a wolverine story and story a. Yeah but you know we got We got weapon x very windsor smith on that. Which is you don't mind blowing for. That wasn't its own book. It started like issue. Seventy two not a divisible by fifty or or anything just eight years. This is just are throwing in there. Now okay cool. That was success. I mean that ran for one hundred seventy issue or something one seventy five but yeah it was. It was a lot say after comics. Eight got like forty two. They'll be the comics. Were hurt off talking. That's right. i'm talking. I'm complimenting people i must pay for that controversial figure i will silence ad there. We go sorry about that. So i i know. Sometimes we like the goofy stuff but that again it was like was this. This was a little difficult to get through like some of the other stuff. Sorry Sorry i was going to say was Were these a little bit more of a slog to get through than like say like the emerald dawn's Yeah a little bit at emerald. Don felt a little bit more rich More of like a page turner. This i was. You know it seems like something you know did you ever read the three paneled spider-man's in the newspaper yeah sorta seems like an expand obviously bigger expanded version of that you know. We're kinda drags along and You know some days are better than others so the we were green mannered was cancelled with two twenty. Four green lantern corps was cancelled to twenty four jumped over comments weekly where does emerald dawn and emerald dawn to fit those after his comments weekly. I think i think wasn't I think i'm trying to remember thinking emerald dawn. One wasn't like right before issue one. Maybe i mean. I was reading at the time but i swear it's like at the end of the first. The first may series than say something like you know. Check out green lantern number. One or something. I think they dropped the first don like right between action comics weekly in the issue one just as like a primer that must have been successful so then dropped somewhere after the series started it will don. Won't number one looks like december of eighty nine. So yeah. I guess it was after just after the The action comments weekly stuff because it finished up in may of ninety monthly six issues. Yeah that's cool android with enron. Put a timeline on that. Like i said. I bought all those back issues. The i wasn't rain at times I'm pretty sure. I can't remember if i think i probably ended up buying those back issues because i wasn't Heck has been a few years ago. Just got how in this. And then john which you kind of had to get wrapped up in a special. But it's like a say. No guy gardner but unless just because he was in justice league every month probably in maybe the same with killer log some point he gets a ring right. I think when we start the core. I don't think he had at this point. So that's probably the reasons other did he. Didn't he show up at countless funeral. Oh i don't remember. Maybe the guy gardner did they made it a point to say to us a jerk basically you know. I don't know how much they even know cathy. no common. i don't know i mean he He and i think got along pretty good But i don't remember a lot of we'll get into that after the in the guy gardner series. But that's just so weird al they kill countless so quickly and as just like kind of what just like up moon. Moving moving on obviously was powerless really. Yeah i was gonna say fridging. But we're going to get to that towards the end of the year ridge incomes later fridging coda. You're going to discover its origin at the end of the year. You might have you ever read the women fridges. There's a blog after. I think women bridges. It's all about misogyny in popular fiction movies in popular culture about how women only served to motivate ya death motivate male characters afro agency of their own. And you know they make a lot of really good. I will get yeah cassette end of the year. We're gonna get to the cow rainer issue where the term comes. And then there's another term called nuking the fridge which comes from a movie that stars harrison ford but the we only know that we all know that. There's only three indiana jones movies. So i take that what you aren't. They make another one. I believe though yeah. Jones breaks a hit the bridge. Try anything else in these discuss. I can't really think of anything. I'll say i i knew i knew i had the drop dealers safe in there so we did car that malvolio increase. I mean you didn't see a lot of him. But i mean do kinda get little trips and drabs the old timer which semi kindness sort of setting up. We're gonna get next week and oprah oprah resonant but no pro but remember kids priests priests goes last thing if you will timer set. Remember that for next week. I mean i guess i feel like the really big things were them. Trying to read con You know it takes away here that that that bothered me and then you don't need a power battery everything they told you with a lie. You can just used force out using force. There is no spoon neo. That's right there is no battery. How but yeah. That's to the they. They swept so much of this under the rug later. I mean they kept the camera death but besides that everything else pretty under the rug. It's like that was really the only thing that ever is ever reference from that. I know of nothing else. That happened has ever really even even the specials those those out of this and those aren't really even talked about second from first hand experience. When i first started reading green lantern full-time. Let's go back in back issues. I just remember them kept referencing. Capless death action comics weekly six. Oh one never saw any other reference to any other act for freelance like well. How many she's year. There you go thirty five. Yeah so matt. Don't worry about the the ring takeaways. Fear that's never brought up again that malvolio. He's never brought up again except me in a letter column but now thirty three years later still. He still wants his revenge. He still trying to get his revenge. Thirty three years later. Araj right there. Oh eat a lot grant and should have brought him did. Not i think grant wars is almost dynamite. Should have brought it in. Yeah we got one one more issue of season two and that's that's it out. Yeah let me get a new series. Was it or april yet. I still need to go back and pick up. I think our sector and fill in some of the toast war the green lanterns issues. The other new fifty. Two's a rebirth. You and those things up some of the in betweens. But i mean i i pretty much caught up more sector those to the shoes enough including the newest one. I mean it's pretty good. I mean even deals with some like modern topics. It's like you know like protesters. You know protesting. It's this world. Where like they suppress emotion in style and you have heard. It's really good. Not just from you. From several people in the arts really good to. Who'll looking forward to that. You are so anything else on these ones know when we first started talking about i thought they were not going to be as modern as they were surprise. And forget how long actually congress has been around like six hundred thousand. I know wasn't as linear. I think you make a good point about you know how modern they are. I feel like the old city. The to twenty four l. series was try. It was kind of on the cost. And now this kind of bridges green lantern across against modern with the number one in the emerald dawn stuff. So they're kind of. It's kind of modern. But kinda throwback so yeah. I don't know goofy a lot of it. They never mentioned again. But i think the the action comic stuff is kind of like the cocoon. 'cause it's like two twenty four that caterpillar crawls in the comments next week when we get to the new series outnumber one. It'll be so yes so yeah going forward kids i. It'll be pretty straight shot. Just the regular series starting with issue one in nineteen ninety again once we once we guy coroner stop saying yeah we can maybe jump back in and look at his first appearance and even maybe As he shows up during crisis you know. There's a few issues there that we could talk about it. I am they recommend some reading and then he had what is it was like a prestige format series guy gardner report. That's on the list. I just ran denver. It's time to hockey. I remember picking that i think about. I think i was working at a comic shop. I'm got that one and it was good. I just statements soon the art and at that point pretty much green leonard and stuff was written by the same writer. I think i've which you talked about him a little bit. Yeah all right so all right. I'm gonna put you guys on the spot. ra. So matt kona Comic book store. What grade would you give. The action comics weekly. Green later arts are all know. The altogether were okay. I mean i think they were a little inconsistent so i'll say Plus you could do better see me after class. Red income the corner a no sticker. No stick i mean you know i i read. It wasn't like pulling teeth kind of rush through a but it didn't. It didn't stick with me resonate with me. It did lead me to think. They have to get oprah's approval for that. Her oprah winfrey. They called her oprah some points and ms at others that but sure they had some batman money coming in from the movies but maybe they could that man alien faith showed susan or something for me. I think i have to agree with matt. Cc flaws i mean i think it would. I think it needed a lot stronger. Focus and maybe a single creative team if they could have got away with that that would have probably helps but it just seemed kind of fitness route. It i mean. Yeah i agree with you. Is it like c c plus territory. I don't know. I mean. I think i think it's maybe they wanted to do a cliffhanger like you said every issue is like would've been better if they got one writer one re wrote one big story just chopped it up for each issue. Yeah but you still have to worry about the the flow of it and you do want to bring him back each issue. So maybe not a whole on cliffhanger. Oh my god he's gonna die but at least something put put. You said who says who's behind how who said something do about something like that. Yeah i mean it's it was an awesome. It was an awesome experiment in. I don't. I don't think we would have got fifty two if this hadn't happened so all certainly worth it. I know i know what we didn't talk about the very first issue. It's like jon stewart's like oh. Why are you guys you know deadbeat while you live in with us. He's like just go over and you'll see just get some diamonds from diamond mine. I think that's been. I think that's really ticked off the south africans. It's like yeah. We're just plundering. Your natural resources aren't around look and go steal some time so or go to another planet uninhabited and the metro resources there and bring them back to power rank to the bottom of the ocean. Find some very. You know some sunken go. Let the titanic. Up gold coins on nine. Right are talk these out. I think so. Yeah like i said pull up the schedule for the actual issue numbers. But yeah i know next week. We're covering the first arc which will be the first eight issues of the night of the ninth grade linen series. And i'm looking forward to that. I don't think i have read this. It was eight issues in since they came out on this week. It's been a long time. You know what. I did read though i read them. Not too long ago for this yet are keep in mind and let me know instinct. If there's like a tie time jump in how big time job you think air is between the action comic stuff and next week the i r i mean yes his temples or gray but we kind of like a pair lacks thing but in hindsight but at the time at the time it wasn't paralyzed and i think he says something in issue one about being greenland. I ten something he says. There's a whole bunch of years. He says he's been green lantern. I dunno okay cool. I will make a note data. Yeah so yeah. I went to the local comic book storing and got a couple of back issues. And i got. I got three four seven and eight grueling. But i definitely remember reading at least number eight when i was a kid the cover very vividly in my mind the sticks out so looking forward to delvin back into it all three. It's such a good one. Hal and guy versus the rednecks. If i remember that a swipe your kids to tattooed man yeah. I read this. I definitely need to get back to so yeah art i got i have something i was gonna you guys all right so yeah next week is green later. One through eight from one thousand nine hundred ninety then in two weeks green lantern nine through twelve. A guide has good. Lord will all right then in three weeks. I just had one issue on their green lantern. Thirteen so since we only have one issue for that episode. You think we should delivery. Yeah this sounds like you. It's been a while. Yeah so if you're listening to this. Yeah we're getting a live read in like three weeks and then Yeah and then after that sac related in fourteen through seventeen which is kind of like the arts called the actual book. I'm is move that up. But yeah i figure you know any time we do like. There's not a lot that we want issue. May we'll do live reads like greenland and thirteen by itself. Then gre- leonard twenty-five will was by itself. So i think we need to do live to that area trying to remember what was what was twenty. Five jalan jalan guy whoever loses lose leaves the the ring. That's right okay. yeah. I remember that one now. That one's by itself. I swear we have to live to that. Yeah we gotta do a live to that one. Then there's an adam. Strange are in the thirty. Late thirties isn't it. Yeah it's like rum. Yeah thirty and thirty nine. I think that might be on the and then you know boom once. Once we hit forty doomsday's going on and we get emerald twilight What forty one. Forty two is it. Three three parts forty forty three forty four forty five Emerald twilight no forty eight. Forty nine fifty. Oh that's right. Yes three okay. Remember what happened in the early forties. wish you forty member. It's how how encounters. Well the supposedly preselected barry allen spoilers. No that's right. And oh yeah. I forgot that was during waves. Run on flash. It was all doom issue issue. Thirty and thirty one. And it's gonna be a crossover with the flash room covering flashed vast sixty nine and seventy the gorilla gorilla garage. Hey monkeys are cool man. We're going to get in a flash crossover those early forties. That's the predator stuff. Yeah and then. What is it around. What forty four forty. Fives like that. What is it trinity. Yeah that sounds right. Yeah then forty six. Is that cross italy. Bring to the superman so after do Death and rain of superman discussion. Or yeah then yeah forty seven degrees arrow issue and then you have forty eight fifty cal rainer takes and then we have to talk about a fridging right so yes got plenty of stuff to look forward to coming up kid so please please aussie fan boy. Email us keep saying lunatics g. dot com or. Call the voicemail. Six one four three eight two two seven three seven six four thirty eight capes and remember you follow sector. Two one. Four passed on facebook twitter. We have the book of. Oh our facebook group up. Please join us there for closing in on fifty members so again all of us get some background on leonard before that show starts whatever on hbo. And that's got to be better than snyder. Come on you're not wrong hours so much better. Oh and i don't know where you can watch it right now. You may not be able to stream it. But i was really impressed with the green lantern animated series That out the cgi series from around the time in the movie. If i guess if it's not on there yet i bet you've probably come in the. Hbo mattress because especially with that series comment because they're adding stuff all the time. Because i see like all. I think all the batman stops there. Now i knew they added justice league not to think this week or last week. I think they added static shock. So i'm probably agree. Leonard suspect common awesome. Because i i saw the first half of. I haven't seen the second half and they start dealing with all the coal. We're going to start at the course. Because you got red lanterns showing up initially and then you get. I think some of the other courses. Well it's been a while. Because i want to go back and that was a good a good show. I wonder if turn animated movies are on there. What i flight than that other. One emerald numeral nights maybe emerald night saturday blu ray side. I really not looking on match. But they might. I don't work here. 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NBA Free Agency 2021 - Unanimous Decision #202

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NBA Free Agency 2021 - Unanimous Decision #202

"Welcome back the natives decision podcast. My name is dee palm on twitter at deep six six polish on twitter at ud podfather the entire mtr network at the npr network. You found this. Don't lose the subscribe on spotify subscribing to subscribe everywhere your podcasts for absolutely free trying to return a pipe. Bents week every year. We do one week of podcasts. As a podcast every day for five days coming out on a variety of topics. This is your official kickoff. The pit podcast. Week official retired of ud pod and do it with one of my best friends in the world. The home mike. Are you on good. I think this might be my first time on podcast week. So thank you for that. I do some shopping and shopping this year. Certain topics in grabbed me as much as they wanted to like normal attitude. Sec breakdown Wider cost breakdown but honestly with the movement our football is there another conference. That actually matters. Don't think i'll be watching them. So i'm gonna sec. Only this year going show things around and susan on one of these star wars. It's going to be a mix match this year excited the way we're doing it. I'm excited podcast week. I'm excited to talk to you about the nba. Because every year might over unders every we come back win and now. We're here to talk about the newest addition to the nba. Calendar for people. I guess it's free agency. I love what's happened here. I hate what's happened here. Because i hate the fact that we had so many games in such a short amount of time. I love that. We dumped the finals directly in the free agency. The point were stepping on football like the nba has. It's not been good for the product injuries and whatnot. But it's been good for people's attention span. Because i've seen more fengjie conversation that every possible and then the hall of fame games football. It was last thursday. I'm surprised it's insane. It's just nonstop. I mean. I thought i had a second debris the now we got some summer league games and all that to watch the are you are you in. Are you there Not yet olympics were allowed to sports consume for the last however long sadler. That's very fair. I was very light on olympics. This year Wrestling shoutout to gable see possibly nation produced. I'm not exaggerating. One of the most intense like gold medal wins. I've ever seen in like i literally was on vacation. Turn the tv on Happened to see the match. Also it was amazing. It was the best. It's fantastic So we're we're gonna do is talk about free agency by going east conference watson conference people who are in a note spot. They weren't gregory By the people in the hope spots think made a move forward and they're going to break down the ten that's right ten into that game play in game. She's me is here to stay forever. Too much money to be made too many stars to showcase before we do that. Mike dogs area. And you know. I i am the last one to believe in pick. That's why i was so sweet this year. I think what people what people need to understand is that yes. There have been some notable teams or the one that had four all stars. One sixty game was one seat in the east and got swept eastern confines. There've been some clashing moments in the late nineties hunky boy locking those teams and then even going as far as with era. We haven't had a singular star in the city on a basketball court. Since nick left and watching trae young not just emerged as a star. But someone who would arrive on your spotlight just talking saying it out loud to someone who has suffered with this team. It was the most enjoyable postseason had on a lot. That's a hawks fan. That's my most general seasonable time. I actually very strong about that. I agree i mean. I enjoyed the whole villain. Embrace that trae had from began the playoffs. It's fantastic the he did. The team just made made me wanna believe no matter what you know on paper. It looks like even the bucks a kept a gun that was. It's it's utterly fantastic to me. I think that the future is bright. Think the core around them skewed. I think the cordially better and when you look at someone like Reddish just got healthy at the last possible. Second in trae went down. You bring the squad back and say oh know We'll talk about this week. Goes into free agency talk but it's just for me is so promising that they're willing investment team. Let's see we can do because as seen around this league that window that you think's gonna be over five or six years. It's not five or six years. The warriors will talk about later. They're trying to just kind of running backs with a core of draymond steph steph curry in clinton coming off torn achilles aside from clay. Excuse me like this is wild to me because you don't keep a window. Their first one was not right. When doesn't open seven years day they recite draymond instead. We're what was where was the a a noted strategic advantage over the other teams. Do want to say this from the bottom of my soul buck. The knicks fan applied that team. That you got your back. That tom tim timoteo got the coach of the year award. Shows you just how well in deeply beloved mediocrity is in your all they wanted was competence and they got gets they got confidence got him before seen asking him in the first round by the atlanta hawks. So let's start the east saga teams. That did not get better. I'm looking at you detroit. We're going to orlando. i'm looking at you. Cleveland might be looking at you toronto. None of these scenes. I think made the moves that they made the move there discern team on the on philippine collecting collecting a assets. I'm going to build reciting. Jared how the cavs twenty games last year. I mean we expect much in the twenty games. Excuse me twenty two games and then look. Somebody's explaining what happened in toronto. Because at midseason there wasn't trade there was a trade off work they had access to colorado to get out of there they held onto it and now he's in a signing trade to miami. Why wasn't I don't get because he can add value there because my crazy ethnic question now. You're not not really sure what they're doing. I guess after the drop off after quiet left But also like siachen took a setback. This past year like it's it's been a rough year for them wasn't his name talked about in creation. Choose well it was it was. I don't know. I don't know it's gonna throw toronto. Hopefully they can play in their own country. next year. They played out of tampa bay. Famously all your this year so you know. I hope things better for them. And what talk about the home spa because i think there's one team in the east. That improves their status from outside the playoffs. Do we're taking one of these spots. And that's chicago. Bulls were following. You wanna make it. I don't think the bulls are going to be great. I think they're following that. Nick solution in for competent. They'll love us baby steps. Baby stopped they do. They haven't been counted. I think it was chosen twelve year. I you got on the phone talking about derek groups. It was at the mvp. She wasn't season but also season where they pushed the they went on abroad. And it was like a good little run. Injuries just took him out. Nagasaki you know he's grows. It's wild that we don't talk about that case it is i mean every time he's allowed it for whatever comeback how we should root for him to get a championship or whatever. That's all i can come like this. Anyway chicago bulls are trying to be back. They broaden out to russo in a blow to lakers fans hearts everywhere. I i'm sad. Man gruesome abroad posted all the crucible highlights after trade happening. Sorry to got paid us. Good for house got his money. Always celebrate the making their money. They resigned devante green. They signed tony bradley. But most importantly they trade out. Meaning to san antonio for tomorrow rosen that young in a dragon. Ration- first of all. I thought the marlboro sales are more than that. Second of all. Is the martin. Rosen worth all that like okay. So the margaret rose is a very good basketball player attacks the rim and he hit to mid wrench still stops. Look omit you're right. He's all in secondary they brought in lonzo ball which is good. I think lonzo is pretty good but that for me. That's low so we're looking at just the way the the ball's gonna move on this team as long as was on the floor in the demartin floor encyclopedia floor. Wait a second. There's no space. I mean i think i think make it work. Bought balls gotten better as you point. I'll give you. that improves. The last new orleans. I just i think that'd be competent. I think that'd be competent. I think they they might push for a playoff spot. I don't think that's out the Offering but citing they will be fun will be had by all. I can be more on that Looking at teams we might be losing that spot. Hey charlotte hornets. Whoa okay look. I enjoy watching. The younger bowl brother plays. He's amazing he's fun to watch They get rid of or who they lose Telling me brank gets gets an additional perceive brazilian. Add healthier. Gordon hayward i think this team i'm my thing this team is i think that's they're further away mateen's above But since about them all seat cracking the opening of the nets this year away from a championship playoff run. I'm saying you can't get to the second one of the first second so i'm saying platform problem. Because they were the tin spot last year and ahead of them realistically. I could see the movie up about them. The pace of the pages will talk about nets. i don't cases might fall. Pacers might fall. Did anything free agency to repair their physician. I like some bonus. But i love i think leading on service like i'm looking at this roster. It's not super rosser. I mean isn't it like sa- bonus to holidays i don't know there are i. Think all just Just justin how it is now. I don't know that. I think is interesting about the that the teams that all had chances this past year. I feel like you either. Committed like the wizards are flailing. Well not suppressing the rusty you. They got a lot of the guy gets up in the russell. Mantras herro casey spitzer did when he from brooklyn but those are all like great supporting. He's that's what i was about science like for some reason. Bradley beal team. I can't believe he's still playing. He's gotta be soft because he heard so much last year not now ravaged by covert lecture and they still make a plan like they're going to be a better It's hard to say out loud. This roster is better than last year. Because i should rally goes out so much. Mid sydney coconut breaks there was basically russell westbrook running a law and winning. I mean i do like mantras hurl. I do think Can be good. That year lakers weird. Yeah especially how the utilize them in the playoffs. But i think christmas going to have to kind of shift to this like you know. He was kinda fitting into his role with the lakers. Can't take him over back seat. I think he's gonna have to step up somewhat wizards in a maybe a good second option or something like that. Yeah it's always introduce guys who opposite supplement their games both james kinda go to new surroundings. what's what because like i like kooning's Obviously posting things are going to be as you know. I can't allow my game getting a rosy import but you have to up our game when you're playing with the james asked. Everyone would give a part of their game. He's maybe many sounds more bitter than i think you should. But i'm not here to judge anyone out in tone. I'm just saying what he said. Let's go to the story of free agency. The boston celtics they got brad. Stevens outlasted danny ainge stolz And the sad tale of one mr danger. Just those who don't know dennis shooter the gover- for the lakers last year at one point in the middle you last year he was offered us making eighteen dollars or c sixty last sixty nine. Last year was offered the over four years for eighty four dollars over twenty million dollars a year. He thought he could get more in. Turn down the contract using stricken with kovic came back for famous over nine performance playoff game. It was not as fat. You could not get the other teams in the boston. Celtics play on a one year. Five million dollars should prove show improved you in a situation where he had all the leverage because they don't have a fucking quicker. Did i capture everything that happened in the bag. Just pains me. So just for this get. I have been a sports agent. Whose fault business all. There's no i to know if his if i'm your agent and you say i want to better myself i'd say i'm right with you. Champ getting the shop get this that scene today. i don't look back seen cool. Didn't take the inside the contract. That's where i would have been by. There's there's so many variables on deciding about yourself. Why add the one of pandemic and that's just like a whole other bag were If you take your job seriously and you're all about sacrificing everything to win a championship or whatever why does wise the schatten included in that. The best ability is availability. If you have the shot you're not available so not only are you not available. You might make other people on a bill. And i'm not saying that we finish. You're not gonna be eating beans out of the camp butner fine. He's all remaining. You miss out on a twenty million dollar a year bag. My friends going to to to to go to cost to go to boston or five or a quarter of the price and none of the security and less winning objectively. I they it is then. Aids may have fucked shropshire. Beat up like the fact. That horford's back. That's not even know how. I feel about recycling big guys. They got rid of in the last three years in lasers neutered god from boston to portland to boston to portland. That's happened. it's wild and they should be better than i think they should be bad team. They have talented players. I louise pieces fit and every other young team other young team at a certain point. The team you got. I mean they're squarely in my. They're going to have to prove me wrong in the playoffs. Like square writing that finals appearance since it happened. Yeah and. I don't believe you need more people next team on the list. All talk she the pat riley just poking the bear. Why which who talk shit. I would raise your hand. Those are paying attention. Since apparently took the heat there have been very few lean years and when they've been leaning has been immediate course correction tuesday ago then seems in the nba finals. Say what you will about the bubble that tire heroes a barrage. You should trade. James harden which avenue will trayvon's say this way two years ago india. Finally this year they got works by injury. Kobe and escorted from the playoffs by the eventual. Chance in pat riley. Whitten got kyle. Lowry resigned. jimmy butler any abroad. Nba champion pj tucker. And because he's pat riley he brought back down because he culture hashtag culture if their goodwill you by niki culture. The person the heat net for negotiate. The the prison they've built is the fact that lebron haven't they can never accept anything less than this like these heat fans are gonna go insane when i like the scene. He culture or the process. I don't believe you notably the process. I know i'm not a process Luckily broadcast but yeah. This isn't this'll swat band jimmy. Sorry kyle lowry out. Their own depot is going to be healthy now today. Doug robinson back to the bench. Maybe that's where at the four. That's a that's a little team with a dunk. It in here off the bench. Markeith morris all depends i mean. They are surprisingly deep. Like i'm looking at this roster looking at in remembering the results in knowing that were. What's assume have time assuming how i really. I think they got nine hundred thousand last year before he shot it down. Yeah that's yeah. This is good. This could be very good for the. I think people have forgotten how good he was depot. Oh yeah like good old people. Really really good at this They've gotta be a top three team in the east now. I think you've got milwaukee and brooklyn above them obviously them i hate to say it as oxygen and we'll do a run because of the season gambling starts now that you can gamble legally what the in my day the media guy newer guy anyway. He released. I think you're right. i tell you before. Haven't been hawks about an hawks looking at thirty one absolute firewalls emma. Stretch sees the fifth seed. Beat the knicks beat. The sixers pushed the champs. Tally off the glass in the eastern conference finals. Which will not be forgotten by anyone. Because i refuse allow you and then always you know they did did mike. Let's run back resigned. Trae young they recited the win. A re-signed john collins partways chris darden Brunner fernando. i'm okay with both those moves. Deanne writing to be a good extra piece off the bench in the front court. The back court and i look at this rosser rosser healthy rosser. I look at what bohdan show. You could be down the stretch. Olivia klinka peloquin glass. I look at john collins nelson security. He's been resigned to the threes to be. It could be heard. Pitch the andre hunter when i tell you that. The of absence altered our playoff run in such a way that i really think if if the hunter and you don't have to destroys ankle like that i'll leave it open. I'm very bullish on the other hunters as a defender kamran the bench the williams off the bench and then obviously the newest the and this is funny because everyone said that when they crackdown on the hunting fouls thing than it's gonna affect traffic. Yup john is having the found. This little motherfucker like james harden to throws body teeth. This do people not think every single guard in the league doesn't do this. they'll be fun. They'll be yup that that floater. Oh yeah what was killing people at that like in the playoffs. The thing about the playoffs the playoffs. Inst- all you're doing is setting the team by game too you know they're sets you know their plays you know what they're calling their. You know the floaters coming. And it's so annoying because like you think you're going to block it and then it just goes over you and you turn gone by to some geeks. Three best defensive teams is this. I mean i'm so guinea because again we've not had someone to really cheer for the city. Cincinnati left and they recite. They didn't do anything stupid. Like that's for me. The bar was don't beat up the windows the window if you have a shot some big shop like don't be done we've been really good here. I love the squad. I love her demonstrate the stories of reading the playoffs where he sat trade down showed them some game said here limits. You pull up from the logan win now pause. The your teammates faces saying his dad cat. I've never had guys. I've never had more fun playing with other guys because they're not resentful of seven. Take over the game. Because he doesn't have to. It's watching the maturation this team and that young man. He's twenty two. So i'm thirty years older than it's like would within my rights to call again. I didn't i could washington do this. It's just. I can be happy to fold and i can't help but think that luca donges never another round for my own atlanta sports fan of sanity. I'm going to have the lows of expectations. This season and will be pleasantly surprised if you know play awesome villainy and you know multiple rounds and all that happens but you know last. Season's amazing really like this team on paper. Look like they're better. Let's go stay healthy please. Everyone health it's all we need Didn't change much. got a point guard. I give them this. They got a point guard. Albert trying to hate on this happened. A can't kendall walker going to be fit for coach doesn't like to call the plays kim walker is got however brought back these no score motherfuckers but our our kimball on a kemba randall. Gonna gory reynoso being big week. But he's like pretty ball dominant for his scoring. This should be this. Should only those issues also get your ass case score off ball and the answer is we don't know yet and it's a great point. I'm interested to see what the fuck iran offense i i. The one four picket role was kim joyous. Sounds good on paper. Like i say like but you said can he do that. Is that in the skill set out of this comport with the development of the young kids i house. Rj buried fit. And then there's the knicks factor. You know you just never know what you're gonna get and the one that we are going to get a whole bunch of minutes because timetable. Run your ass. No i'm and that's the thing about. The knicks had very good road last year. Although the fourteen the thing about a time two is there's no next level guys definite. There's no were turned into the playoffs. Beam like what the fuck is that. Where i live eat The brooklyn and if you're grading last season you gotta give an incomplete has hurt her now. Incomplete what would you say earlier about availability. The best ability. You gotta point there. My friends you get a. i don't. I'm not here for any of these. Claims of no woulda coulda whatever they did. But this upcoming season i very much. Look for to especially anna. Katie needs to take a few months off because the olympic that off he really wants like applaud him. But like i feel for i feel tired watching how hard he played in how much he had to care. That team to that goal is fantastic and we're talking about other teams in the west. This might be my pick to the winters. Lost the offseason. the recent. it's working there. The retain bruce brown. Talk a like. I really don't like that. That's a problem for the league. And philip patty just kind of flies under the radar. Because you know he's will san antonio for so long and see. i would say that. I just watched him. Turn the god of australia every four years. He's he's good. He's a good addition in that. Just you know what what were the criticisms of the nets last year. You know without the known the big three off the floor there kennedy not now. They've addressed that issue brought back kadian extension. I am the east. Might be close for a minute. But not because the next thing talking about the philadelphia seventy sixers then bigalow frauds They saw god. Didn't simmons on the rosser how how recording this can spend team's. Why thirteen did simmons still. Six look honestly can't think of a more disappointing like collapse in a in a in the playoffs. The simmons just like confidence completely going away as around the he was scared off the layup. I trade young dr yachts since there was rising they scored a as not why that knows you are looking. You always other dunkin the suit. You didn't see how we got there. Oh my goodness imagine like that. I mean it's just a drastic you know you compared to mentalities between him in jaanus at the free. Throw line honest like us. But i'm gonna take a he. He didn't want new agents How been is not only out. I mean i might have to pull basketball reference. But i feel threes. That's actually answer now. I think he won more deadly one championship. Six time all defense. And who've been acting incidents and i've been told and so the spill goods by these disciples that ben simmons was the second coming of. I'm not even sure what use doesn't have a jumper looking important thing. Just that's like arians occurred. Hit shit what can't hit. But that's a big part of this game. Because if i do remember when the warriors broke basketball yeah it was a matter. The fourteen run the playing the grizzlies down three one three two. Excuse me and they just stopped defending tony our offense just let them sit the court and that was in basketball is like oh shoot in. Ben simmons not meet time forever. It's not that he doesn't make him. Is that it doesn't the not taking them is. What gets me to my soul. Yeah not even try. I don't understand. I don't get it and let's talk about the team. That did it in the east. They wanted all fear. The deer bucks in six shots at brandon jennings milwaukee bucks and did it doesn't matter what they chaffetz the best in the world. They resigned the nazis. Congratulations but i really did was featured in the best way you can feature the they built a team around him in very short order addressed the easily identified and a chance to all the chair. Brooke opens chair. 'cause cham- jeff jeff fucking t- champ product. Bobby portis. who examined do yet yomas killed at chicago at one time with fest google terrifying But yeah i. I don't care i honestly with them in the way they did it. And the adjustments either due to health or because coach bud decided to make adjustments which probably health. Yeah i didn't know the acquired grayson allen from memphis ki ki moon. Sorry this is it real time. Well good for greatness oppose the west the west. here's rockets very azure. They may be very good next year because jalen greed is a very good basketball player. I didn't know jewelry was. I watched some of that. There were they might be are. I'm not prepared to put them back at. You know they're going to be fun. Wait kenny martins. Kid is on the rockets. Let's not debate. you're gonna kill bat. Just move on a i. don't want to yourself. I think this is the reason. It's important for me. Though i wanna featured taco jellies for a second didn't play college basketball g leaping last year. He's been last year playing against men who were trying to put food table trying to make the league so yes i did expect him to dominate. These guys were playing for finding out from else's money last year. Summer leagues of shock to me. Can we really to see how this feels. Like young led the league in scoring last year. You know what you don't see i'm be. This is the one if you wanna make criticism. I don't think ever seen fast. it's fine. he's nineteen. We'll figure it out. Agitate allowed exerts his best other players way deeper into that. So let's let's say kobe So i'm not gets more moves like that's the one. I think that that's one situations where you've got a rookie. That can actually change an entire section of the city and the fact that he's table. Everything with james harden quickly in that kind of seamlessly for them thunder under as she had a big fan of but This is going to be one of them there. I'll lean years yet. Don't they have like twenty picks. Be fine. I just this next year. See fans may want to get into. sec football. Get ready for this year. So that's still sounds where you're gonna be weird man Symbols player in the world. Just if you remember. Atlanta no Thorough high school in the second year is fucking mouth all their high school comes washing over you so yep lots of flashbacks. High school basketball brash. He is very their own. I'm happy that the world's view explosive currently towns angel russell. They gotta be better right. I don't his coach bench. I just the whole I don't know the thing about just like the even teams that are kind of middling treading water. You need to get better in a hurry. Because the the gaps about to grow. I look at The kings who almost the deal that went out for russ the lakers was. The bunny was the bunny. He'll do and now buddy trying to trade him tristan thompson there somehow like no like i don't i don't the thing is like you know the reasons the owners don't like this is the same office announcing they're bringing in doug christie as assistant coach. And you tell me where. A lugged ex player since the bench sits on we just trying to the people in the bill. That is news to me. And i agree with doug. Crissy's coming weapon if you're too young understand that joke ask. An uncle was very funny to answer to those. Pelicans stand man. So i was kind of like that about that Lot of noise zion camp earlier in the offseason khan died down but rumblings of him that being happy. Losing lonzo probably didn't help. Yeah 'cause yeah big word. I'm big brandon ingram I think lonzo ball. Ultra see the transaction here. I know they got a valentinas from memphis. I just i don't know what they're doing in. I think this is now designs third coach three years. They're pretty slim at the point. Guard position britney. Ingram sables like shots mart savings. Those last generation lakers lakers means. It's true San antonio i thank you really gold medal up. Yeah all you doubters fucking shit about hot at the does games that don't matter down this guy. Can you name three spurs murnau looking. Oh yes Let's see a murray. She still leonard twenty maria. So they're good guests family against white. Give me more than whites. Derek all right there you go Gets answer isn't it amazing I don't know what's going to happen here. Man feels like patty mills ever done. We're done here with it. Didn't fighting to keep patty. Patty mills feels like the last time what we had before for sure and i hope opportunity wants if you want to go to key coach. You want to stop letting stop them. Those worries steph months klay thompson. They rented back with angry dollars. Thirty seven year. Old has resigned back together. One more job except this movie. I know you're very a not a fan. I have a fan. I am a fan. I'm cheering for them. I would love for them to be great. I got these is though anything is possible when steph in clay shoot like clash can shoot. I mean not sneaking. what's i boss. I watched last season. When trayvon's pushing the jiangmen inhibiting run an office did your is what stuff was doing last season. Yes he back in almost a playoff spot symbol headley if it single handedly you tell me on. Don't count which tells me it's a faulty core. I'm saying drain manca double. I'm not gonna john that andrew wiggins james weizman. Those are the kind of the for me. I think wiggins fits them what they do more than why but honestly they had mobile bigs in bogut that very first title. I question honestly is or. Is this core. Hold up because saturday ability klay thompson not as yes i play bass on like two years and like not twenty four legitimate real two year not two seasons. It's we don't know what we're gonna get asking a lot to assume at. This squad is going to be what we all remember from the warriors. So i would pray shirts rotations there and yet if you think of these teams is getting better gus. He's gonna fall out of the playoff round. I like the grizzle i like. I really love a you. Know a playoff run. That really helps a player. Get to another level and you know. I think i was one of those people. I think he's gonna be even better this year. Don't sleep on the grizz. They brought him. Stephen adams adding more great and drive the grizz. Like some vintage That's christening addition stevia at a solid post player. Like i mean i. I can't imagine any team. He's played for has been on happy with his play. He's been pretty consistent. Great player a huge fair hand. Jamaran last year was amazing. And that was a big sage that against stephan them also brooks had like a really good player for yeah. It's that was a front that the mavericks later. But i think it's a great differentiator. Is that the rule player stepped up in a way that they could whereas in dallas looking at the sentencing of last year. This coming year. Long this a look. We'll get right now. We're in la right now. Talking lakers right now. We're talking the oldest show on turf right now. We're talking primarily. We're talking trevor. Rees return kids basement talking to if the day was back to. Dan is bro. Wait elected still the lead. We're talking dwi. L. wasn't nephews russell westbrook. The senior tour has arrived. I'm in a way i hope. Frank is on that a choir rest plan for some of these people. Because i am here for all of it. Of course. I'm georgia fed. You have to enjoy things you have. And they're not going to last judging equality on this team and then go less but the shirt for them is that they taught foresee cancel christmas and so if they can get their relatively hopefully because we bubble and of course about. What's skewed shooting stats. Anthony davis shooting and career-high bubble. Possibly because he was in a fucking bubble david justice needs to end gave me come inside someone. What's wild to me is that we did about a why they were successful beyond the apparition shooting was if i play defense rebounds. I'm probably gonna beat you. Say what you will about defects. I think medically fronton abdomen. Who position the spirit may willing the body. Maybe weeknights am i. I'm really curious to see their offer really. And then what rookie us. I think this is going to end up being miami because russell westbrook give way that one two finish raters someone who can grab some boards shooters out there. Let's rock and roll. I think miami is a benefit overstatement saying the hope i'm not saying it's a equitable It's not saying lebron shirt selling point weight and edited necker sponsor. I'm not making that comparison. I'm just saying from the design from a design perspective. Okay i see where their heads are. If i can get anthony. Dame's give me real minutes. Five specially big. If but i liked the carmelo addition cheap. I liked russell westbrook to everything could come on. Have you heard the mentioned is behind this. Whole thing with The clippers your oh hawaiian apparent. It's by ramona show. Espn quiet when he was making decisions. You gotta call muscles like hey man. I'm from la also trying to get home. I would love we look at the squire. Call him back he calls. Paul george says hey man your teenage trying to get out of there. I'd rather put with you so it's been a two year saga for ruskin home. And i think the situation where people who certain viewpoint are going to think this is going to go one way but those pay attention. This man works in all he cares about. He told him he didn't work in. Houston houston harden with anyone with chris. Paul whites with russ things easy. Love with there is a common denominator all those facts. The combinator james harden in his enabling ass gm I'm blanking on the maury. He's in philly now. Well if you want another philly thing is going. They signed. Andre drummond you. Should google dwelling beat andre drummond to not get along in so when i say that i'm mad. We idolize the nerd. Part of this are. That's because the people are lost. And i just do hard knocks the sixers if we can get that on my god that it is august thirteenth. Peop- i was. Dave lillard still trailblazer treating. You can't turn miami anymore. We're always the rumor is gonna be. Is he going affiliate forbid. I don't see why portland the portland gonna bottom out it's over. It's they made the playoffs on the strength of the fact that he's been this thought about wanting to leave and guess what if i'm chauncey billups. I wanted to leave. I need the weight of lowered. Expectations look but west. got better. the triggers They stood a lot of pat there. I'm very nervous to see what's happening there. It's a lot of questions the mavericks. They resigned luca all that really matters. Because all they really got. And you can point to sterling brown. You put to a hardware kit and that's fine. I get shit. You pointed chris up she'd be xyz. I'll tell you what he's not a piece that you can win with luca danni making that money. He's doing those things he doesn't a court he's gonna be great and continues to be great this week week super saw the playoffs. The last two years did you transaction occurred. That made you feel better about this. They signed bogart and tip. Like what those players dodges. I need more recommend with me that we're gonna win and not just somehow as many white people on the court at one time. I see mark cuban you eight slick i mean i don't really see much of different fake for the mavericks. This is a team that has not been out of the first round of the playoffs. Since two thousand ten longtime ago they got rid of carlisle. Brought in jason kidd. Jason hit who likes chauncey. Billups had a lot of their past swept under the rug. The sake of expediency in playoff for respect. Everyone's part the in the quarters can ask you hard. The nba campus back to our gang. I get it. I'm fucking like it out saying nothing about its gross margin less people involved and i invite anyone who is curious to google. The chauncey billups situation the largely about because they changed it at him during basketball games. Go google talked-about. It's worse than you think. It's worse than your. He's never entered for clippers. Remember mike with the cooler side. Koyi paul george in the world the world that they were gonna walk to a title. I said not so fast my friend. Best course aggression and what happened. What happened two years in row. Did these continue to fail to make a final. No they made issue right. I bought us. They did it to against final. Which is the furthest has never been in. The furthest straight has will ever go. Because why leonard signed a four year deal to cut back. I was convincing one. One thing. i'm convinced. Get get healthy on company. Time in have played option after that. Maybe he's a to hurt for that. So you are so if you've never heard of support. Is that running theory on july. He's so much. War hurt naked. Ls he's so hurt. The nba looked at his. Scans in okay'd him not playing games in truncated season. The league said no. You're good with that. That's how bad his knees work before you heard in the welt. I think this team probably falls out of the top eight. Real look man. The playoffs reggie jackson citing but then bringing ready jackson. Probably why shoot it up with finally dollars Yeah man says we're going to be the lack of quoted now no denver nuggets next. Stop radium vp. Obviously the greatest bachelor on the planet nickel yokich the model athletes. Who would have done real things that playoff mama live. I've been healthy watched. The play auditing. Was dan here in the twenty four year old. Come off an injury. I think he should be. I hope he's okay obviously always But the way beleaguered though the conference around him you're going to be running into Phoenix that's got not just playoff legs but confidence you'll be dealing with a legacy that we just talked about. It's going to be a monster. You talking about a very good team. That's three and most people back. it is. Yeah it's it's in his mo timbers focus on getting their band healthy which should be the other teams are foes on how paxton. Hardly give us a healthy denver. I think denver healthy probably wins the west outright really. I think they've got the most games north fleecy look. They were this year. They're the ones that he went down. They ended up playing the pilots with point guard. Who started the season on ten days. They were starting for them. It's going to be interesting. I think they're going to be obviously better. But the question is how much because the utah jazz missing squad. I think look. They're running back son. Whiteside your miles. May very i think he can if they ask him do. It can be good. They brought in rudy gay. Who know again. I can't under telling the lakers in jail. I can't do that so you know you got something to take two angles showing less love to hear called. Donald mitchell proving. He's donovan mitchell. Like i like to see. I like this. I'll jab rosser comedies. Now you're not crazy. I just not a fan of the jazz. But they're pretty good on paper on paper insiders a good coach. I cannot believe this foreign of the clippers. that's a really bad. Look really bad last seats on how. That's the only is not. Hiring is because if it motivates summer winningham expectation phoenix suns. The one the us last year. They lost six to the milwaukee bucks in the nba finals. Brought back the guy who got all the credit for the success. Slushing chris time when notice. What like every time you think could happen for such chris. Also chair wait. A second isn't about money williams who should have been coached. The year top tiptoe mediocre in new york. This man made go in the desert. You gave trophy. Detectives chain all. You see all of this team going into the final. I thought that that. I think that there were Upper injuries hurt them a lot. More like losing kaminsky against yannis hurt and you can say kaminsky. But i'm telling you that size up there And tim going down that way to know we've seen the explosiveness campaign and watching him kind of emerged in the second half Twenty seven pleasantly. Pick out twenty twenty nine but man. I know people were kind of off and it was amazing player in him more than anything. It's a young team that gained a lot of confidence and shoulder heads. High and you come into the season with a eye on their chest that experience. chris helped them navigate. Do you see him about you. Palm about their coach helping them navigate. That i said coach chris paul and listen. Do this right now. Guys devon booker is a very good player. Love watching stop with the k. Thing don't say kobe now now. Don't say donna. Mitchell book i apologize is how will twenty four. If he was toby we would know by now. also true. I watched put up ten points in game group seat so i really better. I think. I think that they and booker even with watching team usa. I think that they're going to be one of those teams that is going to be sharpened hardened and improved by on the providence of the depot. Same way about the hawks. Bring it back and keeping the Together so important. In lowering grow and allowing the mature hand of a good coach he was handling the tell. And i just wanted to point this out once again there. Four coaches in the eastern conference finals of black. Maybe we should have coaches. That sounds crazy. The people who aren't let's do our ditch. But i think that makes sense. Maybe too much sense i. I don't know mike. Thank you for taking the time. Thank you for helping you kick off podcasts. or do you have any partying words. Possibly a side that for this year's reading she likes to introduce. Oh now. I'm gonna have to think on that. I will have something. Because that is to the opportunity to pass up. But we'll have to record it in september because i potentially going to vegas gobert. Could make some actionable action on his alleged side butts. Well thank you for having me for podcast week. I hope everyone listens to all of podcast week. A lot more episodes come right. There are four more actually. 'cause you're gonna us off i'll tell you this also give me a shot. Listen to me. I was on a podcast tape. Don't lie As i episode talking to offensive line play if you think. I'm nerdy on this gas or on. Mtr stuff way to hear retire. Light before eight minutes added backs. I listen to it and i have known this person for a long time and he nerd out to level. I had not really heard before so. Yeah i have friends text me. I forgot you actually. Football's local thanks. I think some. I'll take. I'll take you back to events in stride that your show. There is no after. See you guys tomorrow. More podcast week.

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Sector 2814 Ep #15: Green Lantern #26-#28

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Sector 2814 Ep #15: Green Lantern #26-#28

"The one five kiosks flat screen free. This is red lantern russell from and you're listening to sector two eight one. Four a green lantern podcast this episode of keep some lunatic sidekicks brought to you by tweaked audio get awesome headphones good tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code southgate get thirty percent off or shipping in a lifetime warranty where he can get there through the link on our website. Southgate media group dot com. This is luke appar. Neural listening to vacate saluted. Sidekicks podcasts brightest day in blackest night so evil shall escape my site. But those who worship mighty where might power lean lanterns light. Welcome back the second. One work d- greenland blind eye of joining me. As always master the core and in i'm real and say no one because scottsville. I believe we were plugged on know on the show last week but yes Reporting tuesday may eleven. Yes young beating. Coda was born warning reporting time. Which is the family. I see somebody put stuff up on social media and then i saw a certain mustache. Australian had to throw his two cents and date soon Got some new drops a him shocking. Lunch made him on sunday. Agar knife customize clean drops a lot of a lot of a lot of maintenance He's like way come on. We're talking about coda so yes. Congratulations to matt yale. Yuck congrats while a week. Later i was gonna say something some of us. I guess a lot of children are late on. Luca was a week late. You had twins course. Cnn too late. What did they have. They chosen a name. Do we know the name. i believe. Yeah he texted me this morning. Is it as kat k. A. is a guy i think. So yeah Three three forty two. Am seven point. One pounds twenty ounce twenty inches. Wow very cool a their lives. Zor way. More interesting right now employees. Whoever's listening God gordon's vo Whoever whatever deity you believe in Yes please let this little girl look like her mother in her father amen. I'll drink to that look good on anyway think what's new. Oh did you did. You get your green lantern number two yet. No not yet. It should be on the way. Well yeah lose game changer. Into that issue kinda kinda steering them towards that futures state stuff. That was going on the beginning of your. yes spoilers. i think what guardian is murdered. The guardian was murdered yet in issue one and they kind of catch a killer. I'll try not almost pull the under the issue. But like the the gordon's kind of lake has like the united planets. They come with the old world where they're gonna pull greenland's from what is it like a third of their sectors or something and like reassign them so it's all weird then there's like there's like no more ranks every green lanterns like equal now. Okay our garden stuff. Yeah and then something big happens at the end okay. We will look forward to but aso journeys shows up at the end thus far sector south her number twelve when i cannot yet i don't think it has has that's all i'm saying i wonder if there's takes place after that or i don't know what the wait till figure it out. Are you watching on tv. Did you watch invincible yet. Not yet i'm going to have to. I'll have to do some convincing on that one. I think we kind of looked at Jupiter's legacy will we're gonna watch now and they make it route back to cancel my net after the marvel stuff. Because i really didn't have a really wasn't watching much on there. I was like mike even if i had. I don't know that you can just the look like if i were to watch that anyway. I think i read that. Moral is consigning all of the pre one division documentary soldiers shows including agents of shield to non continuity type stuff. Yeah yeah funny. Because nick jury appeared in agents of shield zip right out of be like an alternate time line or there was time travel shield. Let's say like locked themselves out of the main time or something. Maybe that last season was kinda wild and open on green leader. Podcast and you see I guess was this week or last week. They put out like the character posters for the black widow movie. I think i've ever seen it like Like you know above the black widow says scarlett johansson and above. You know like red guardians like is at david from sandra but like over taskmaster. There's no name so is that they keep it a secret there that's interesting. I'll talk to charlie about that. I'm like i'm like is this. Is it somebody we've seen before or is it going to be like a snake eyes thing where it's like you're never gonna see the faith that it's just like a bunch of stunt guys to eat out too could be. I guess what. wait and see. What all kinds of series autumn like on the call. What if it's bucky. That's that's why he was so good with that shielded belkin of winter soldier because he was throwing a shoulder before that taskmaster has photographic reflexes. Oh cool bang. But i mean look what they look at ant man and the wasp. I mean. Ghost was nothing like the comics. I don't yeah. That's like. I'm like someone we've seen before that whether atone who's under that mask on speaking amana the wasp. Ghost is now the new red sonya. Yes they cast her gas in the richardson upcoming red sonja. Then i laugh. I think it was last. Just last. Week gathers a new law that sonia comic invincible red sonja. I didn't read it but little thin. And she said it was good figured out. It's by them. I think he said is by jimmy. Palmy audience amanda conner. Who were doing harley quinn. For a while yeah yes. She said they were always doing stuff. Yeah what a loaf was thrilled with like Some of their Harlequin stuff but yet she said they add red. Sonja stuff was good cool trying to think of anything else. Now think I volume agreement. Season two to read That this week finally. It's finally taking some time off now. So hopefully i can get that read in the second volume. I don't think it's come out yet of season. Two all wait. I was it the visit volume one of season two. Yeah hardcover yeah. It also includes the black star reissue series. The beginning which is pretty cool. Yeah if you if you like season what you'll like season. The season hardening wants to start read season. One guan book to in season two but one season to thing. I have the time at bobby. What lake i mean wall sees forty seven issues too was twenty four on that miniseries was i mean. Hey i mean if you had time on a weekend or something you know. That sounds like a lot of fun. Just jump into greenland for a few hours. Your your wife's a lot of fun. Yeah yup do something. Hey man hater complicated. We like man. This is research honey totally research to. I'm working working real hard right now. I forget who we're interviewing some comic book creator. I forget which one and they were like. You know they're talking about a bunch of comics before they started. A new run off grade is that it'd be like this research for work honey. I'm just sitting here eating raw bonaparte. Show and so yeah. Look up those last appearances but yeah macarena yeah whatever. He's earned spirits in spirit. Yeah definitely a spirit. I'm trying to remember. oh tomorrow. I think guarding the next guardians of the galaxy issue comes out. Oh cool we against an explanation room. The new status quo for thanks to yeah. Like i said i think we'll we'll get three in. And then they will do the quack of quantum zone annual Did you read the last guardians of the galaxy up chant. I've got it here in a stack somewhere there but the oscars saying i spoil the quasar stuff. Yeah i'm standing still looking. I haven't seen anything The preorder that quasar f figure yet. I'm still looking forward to that. I was wondering how long you're gonna make us wait. His in that they announced that like beginning of those beginning of the air wasn't january february. That's what i saw it. I'm like one the are they gonna make us. Wait the preorder who we can look. I guess we could go back and look in in facebook group and see where it was posted in there. That still doesn't answer my question. I know when are they gonna let us order it. I know i was tempted to pull the trigger on He's had them for a while my comic shop. He has Funk oh figures of the fantastic four and then a few weeks ago they put out like a big black dysfunc-. I mean it's like it's a part probably like three or four times the size of a regular goes i don't wanna get dad put it back airs earthy so weird. Yeah it's like it's this big fought Funke then as a silver surfer figure comes with. It's like that yay bank. I forget how much it is against the meanest tickets like forty bucks call i call. I'd buy lower back issues. Go right for that. But oh then yeah every once in a while. See stuff for the store like Couple of months ago he got hulk figure. I mean you know the whole funk codes a little bigger than a normal function but it's professor halt from the comics from like the nineties from that. Peter david around. Because he's gary he's carrying the guns and he's wearing the bunny slippers. 'cause that'll be a little pathetic that we saw that in our stores where i'm like i was like i was god then hawkin bunny slippers. Pink bunny slippers saw was at twitter. Somebody posted a couple months back. You're like that. They had to professor hulk funkeiras one was the comic one. I was just talking about the other. One was like the one like. Oh here's what would have happened if comic book app professor hulk met mcu hall in like comic book Standing over bat. Mcu hulk with his gun. You know mcu hawks like dead. Yeah yeah peter david right before we get to this. Yeah so anything else. New see anything what the came in the latest picked up the black widow trade of for six issues and want to read all of those off. It's you don't read it once. Engine one bandit as pretty good You probably read in like the current spiderwoman series. Are you now. I like eleven issues and has had ray then is one co host or do inet by podcast on. I mean it's really good. The art the story. It's really good. Dot carla the writer on. That is carla Car check. Oh oh okay yeah. Yeah yeah yeah it like. I said the really good psychos at perry perez or something. Yeah he's really good. It's awesome because i think it's like eleven issues in crane. His random were saying if it's the next issue or the one after there's like a. There's like a month Where we're not getting one somewhere. So yeah there's going to be a break so want to catch be up there really 'cause like the first lark high of illusionary shows up eventually so we not him lyric Good comics Got your mind lately. Immortal hall kelly has like four more issue's laughs. Because i think yes fifty i want to binge benjamin those Once fifty hits so yeah the second in the second collection of that. That's about where. I startled single. Choose so then. I can just start all way through no. Yeah a- singles or benji. Mortal hawks braley good but i owe the speculations already. Starting they're like oh who's gonna take over after our viewing leaves. I guess there's a story in the one of the marvels like free comic book day issues written by chips dr skis. They're like all. It's going to be the newhall greater. I guess it's possible but he's doing there to there will wait. Is that happen to the turtles i thought it was. Somebody else is chipper. Is that Now it's not cheap it's Who does Die from image and once and future is that chip hold on opponents of pre impre- shirts on chip Kieran gillian yeah ours. Get this against me sir. But i was gonna say. I know chips do not dare though i mean i love his daredevil stuff right now and The i know he did some spectacular spiderman. Those really good. He's the one who had jameson. Find out who. Peter was spiderman. Oh interesting yes well. I think it was like five issue. Run he did like a like a star lord like like. I said it was like a short like five issue. Run or something. It was pretty interesting enough moral for your kids time. We get to these. Yeah what Just impressive looked aerobic. What read these before the reread Pretty much what. I remembered I mean i liked it. But i don't think like if i got anything more out of the reread them. You know that. I never caught before. What did you think about. It could have been compressed. A little over three issues. I'm glad we have. The i mean in brad's really good artists on sensitive about waking draws. Hal's space that. I don't know it just seems a little off me is it. Is it the face or the hair because his hair looks kind of hair. It's got is probably the hair looks like there's a lot of hair i mean. The art was great I felt like we didn't even really hit. We like eighteen pages in. He was just flying around be unhappy. I i issue. I mean do the summary but he's just like oh i'm paco. Here's the neighborhood. Oh look here's the ball game going on. I know it's a lot of you know Burrito which hey. I'm totally down with real awesome. Right show offer tourists. Look but yet it. It did feel a little padded. I thought it could have been now a little more concise but again that first issue was really a lot of being. I just walk around and be like well. It's good to be back. Here's where here's a new status quo blah Yak has here. I noticed that. As i was reading this and i think it may be a symptom of those ninety colleagues. But it's really really wordy. There's lots of captions. There's lots of. There's lots of stuff and i don't i feel like in the interim riders started to pull back some in the less wordy. Maybe maybe not. But i've been reading the it seemed naming really wordy. Yeah i forget what i was. Reading recently was something nineties. I did notice that that it was a lot more. Wordy i mean. I guess the think he got worse story for your buck back then or is it just more words. Yeah and i don't know all my god. I mean you want something were to go. Read like a clermont. X-men wasn't gonna go there. But you did so i would probably agree with you. Can't see the arts sometimes for those words for the balloons yup takes like five minutes picking up till now half hour to get through a page. That's a loss pretty dense that really dense. Wait a minute. There are behind. All these or i don't know anything although i don't know what's better what's better. What's worse like a really worthy issue or like a modern comic where you can like breeze through like five minutes. I think there's a nice balance. Yeah and i know. This is one of those things with a bit obsessive about View That was longtime go on. Just general one of the said if i count words excessive obsessively and the reason he does that is because he used he was first getting started. Some of the most popular Immortalizing superman superman issues right. So he counted words for various issues. Brokos up to page came up with a formula. The maximum merger should have a single balloons. Maximum words you should. If you're turtle page has as many words available than you divide those up the panels right. It's all math. you go through. Lean breaks a rule of course. But it's a really good guideline that. Try to us. Because i don't want beat ain't i don't want to fill up those panels with words because there's all this great art behind it right so as just kind of a good rule of thumb. I think it works out pretty well. I don't always hit. Nobody's perfect right now. I mean do as a commentator yourself i mean. i know everyone's different. Everyone operates differently. But it's like. Do you really wanna foreign me alive or like i have to have so many words per page i mean. Is that gonna go over this many. Were all less no problem but don't go over there. Okay that's that's a little better okay. And like i said more breaks that rule. He breaks his overall sometimes. But he's just amazing health awful. He is about everything that he does. Comedy inspiring oh. Yeah sorry. took us way way. Far afield land. That's gotta fill that matt conus slot. Yeah no no. Yeah i mean we alad more. Yeah he he's a great writer but in does he take himself too seriously. Because it's like you know that the now he just ransom raves about how dr comics are and you know. He blamed himself for batman. He's like oh my god the killing joke. I think that's what turn you know that. That's one of the things batman dark side. Well when he was doing watchman you had just finished watching. I think when he did killing jokes he was obviously still in some dark places at that point. You know because of watchmen. And all that but i mean i kind of feel responsible. I love his. abc comments. Tom strong top. Ten committee is just brilliant. If i don't like it the best. But i think it is best. There's a double page spread. Where you'd have a moebius strip on its side and the two characters are walking along this strip half and they're mirrored album bottom movie strip. You can join in that conversation any way any point along the path and it still makes sense. Where you start where you add. I mean it's brilliant Out who the artists are jay williams. There is the artist entry. just executes. Awesome awesome yeah some. Yeah like guys like him. Like frank miller. I mean they have the some lake brilliance but then the other on the other hand. There's like stuff it rarely. Because that's like frank miller. I think used to be like a brilliant guy. Now it's like more and more. It's gotten progressively worse over the years. It seemed like he has Issues with women and then it says like out at some point you become you know a parody of yourself. Maybe it's like it's like you know dark knight returns. You made your one. It's like okay. That's pretty good. You know daredevil. Born again okay okay. And then then you get like some like all star. Batman and robin i late late right way. Thinking robin eat rats. What me all right so here. Let me read the synopsis for twenty six or discuss twenty. Six of course by the usual team gerard jones like you said mark right off. Pennsylvania roomy tangle inker anthony and colorist albert the guzman lederer and kevin dolan editor Yeah issue twenty six covered a july nineteen ninety-two back in charge How jordan returns the southern california. Finally as the only green lantern of earth. He orders a burrito from a street vendor gets recognized by a fan who asked for an autograph which makes him feel even better above her attorney. also insults guy gardner however nostalgic his staubach visit around coats co city catches the eye of one of evil stars. Starlings just coincidentally how georgia's back so of course evil starts back exactly how the how visits the sanitarium where his friend. Carol fares has committed herself while recovering from the effects of being star sapphire. For so long. Okay that's the other thing it's like so does she tell them she has nervous breakdown. I mean she doesn't go into the possessor mercury entity with you. And i doubt it i mean. We live in a world of superman and green lantern. But i guess you know. I mean people probably don't associate that is normal. People have problems. So i doubt it. There's no yes. She offers to help pay for house dream of setting up his own air transport company but he turns her down saying he needs to use his own willpower instead of relying on his friends or his green lantern ring Foreshadowing eagerly tells carol that he has scouted a good location for his business and offers her job as his employees. Maine's gonna get that business going. In all sudden parallel The starlings were revealed to evil. Start that they have seen green lantern. He shares the information with gould face in his gang. Members repo to casta in piston gordon phase attempts to keep control of his gang knowing that green lantern doesn't novas plan or that the gang exists so there is no reason to attack he will star sees things differently wanting revenge for having out his powers taken away from him by how jordan and he attacks gould face eventually. Gold face regained control and sets his men. The work spying on green lantern still evil star hatches a plan to take revenge. How curious carrollton montoya. The place working plans to open his company. They visited carnival after some fun times. They head to a beach be alone and their romantic feelings seemed to grow stronger. Unfortunately they interrupted when house. What's one of the starlings on the beach and he is attacked. He sends carol back to their hotel before coming face to face with an enraged evil star bump bump mom so i can like pee on a jellyfish last thing. What do i darling joke about that. The next issue Oh you have to coast city. Angels were playing the san francisco giants and giants were winning. I think oh my god. I mean we're not there yet but once you get the like rated the super medic coast city just giving out Custody angels so. I guess he could fly back and forth. But it's like why toya bain why not co city. I don't know. I guess it's made in. It's never really touched on again because after everything. No rebirth comes back around. He's the firepower dangling. Plot thread will never see tread structure whether two years later the business. Yeah i mean like did a couple. Flights out of that thing did any. Because i'm i think so because isn't there. There's an issue coming up where he actually jumped out of the airplane. That is rain. isn't there when this arc. I mean we'll we'll get there. But i mean there's something this arc with that but i got a couple of jobs before we got get the emerald plainly time everything gets set up so again at this point. I don't think they know you know. And they don't know him pilings coming at this point. They can't yeah well and it's also i mean it just kinda goes to show you that it's that really slow setup that the writer's been doing you know since the beginning is taking a lot of time to get everything established right out. 'specially this issue guys just like that is quote rebound for that. We're back wide over ferris air. It's like oh oh carols not there and and again. I mean i know nobody. You know how georgia's not that famous. But yeah when he's at that ball game and then he takes off out of the stands. It's just like i don't wear a mask or anything dude. There's the jumbotron they surely they have drawn. You know what how now you finally got your life back together on earth and yeah niagara identity is going to be public knowledge or is this the old neighborhood he used to live and yeah i think so. You're talking about buying new Ragtop sports are just so much. He flies lots of loops. Rahm luke's this issue. It was kinda slow really slow ours. It was just a lot of sense again. Yeah i mean how really doesn't do anything to last like pedra tune. That's you know people start starling. We really don't encounter until like the last two pages. What's that g in the corner. I don't know we'll get there soon. Kids all right. I have something to do with some guy. Are we get to the next one all right. Yeah kids get a little more action. Here Yes same team in aug nineteen ninety-two the title of super human bondage will when how jordan refuses to help evil star his powers back. You will start traps him. Within a yellow bell jar of stellar energy with how trapped he captured children in threatens to drown them in the sea unless how cooperates reluctantly how agrees that he will start. Poke a hole through the bell jar. How uses the hardest. And they beam which frees the children from the hands of the starlings angrily evil star seals the bell jargon but house beam continues and blasts him from gives them a boot ranked black. I'm glad makes makes a bad. Sylvia plath joke the bell jar. Yeah i was like you know what you didn't know. I can program Freed from belgium how save the children and attacks evil star however when he tries to remove the star band not star brand kids star band band the source of evil stars powers. It's not there and how realizes that evil store has internalized his power somehow evil star gives. How one last blast and escapes leaving. How no option but to take the children home and then plan his hunt when how return to hotel. Carol ferris is concerned for him and eventually decides that the emotional toll of being in a relationship with green lantern is too great and they can only be friends. I don't think that relationship has ever recover How was disappointed and tries to hurt carols feelings by revealing that he already has a relationship of sorts with rose hardin. Who's living on one for long thanked about though he storms often works on his pitch for loan so that he can start his business. He was the her carol. Yeah i talked to a girl in the last six months. Yeah i mean relationship. I mean trying to remember. Did he kiss. Her reminded kip if he kissed her. That's about the extent of it. It's the you know it's yeah. I know she's on. Oh oh but it's like. I don't think really had any kind of has you spent any time with reuss and That i yeah not. Since that first argument he led right. Yeah but that's more woman really. I don't think the way that workman But the next morning how fails to get the loan because he has no credit history to speak of. We asked what when you wander round pick in any job. The false Outside he meets. Carol has obviously followed him to support him he disappointingly returns home won't care goes to the finance office to see what she can do him. How suddenly remembers that. He needs to charge his green lantern ring lord but as he prepares to do so the startling steal his power battery and how is left powerless at the end yet. But they don't they don't mention easy like mid air fine after it's like. Oh no my powers about the run out that ed page my power all right. Well what did you think. There are a little more active in this one. And i just this seems to me to be a classic silver age plots gives his power battery still loses power and trying to be for the nineties yet. I dunno it just comes off kinda goofy because you know. Oh in mid charge. I forgot to close my window. I better go do that right now. Who's the window and all these. What one inch tall starlings. Yeah they're not that big but Yeah that was as kind of iffy. Yeah kinda seems like oh. Hey we got how back status quo as we've restored to. Hey who should he fight. I idaho a no g. You know necessarily have been the obvious one thing is he. Technically clad scattered dealt with that. He's got a technically dead. But that's going to be dealt with in a book write some kinda sorta and again except i mean unless you count way. You know green lantern fifty the last part emerald twilight. I mean think about this Fall three that had one hundred eighty four issues semester. Really doesn't show up. I mean you know we did that. Show once right cult of cordiant's but yeah. He showed up in la supposedly shows up in fifty. But then they have the read con to was like a or whatever. So it'd be gals. I mean i mean semesters out of play for a while. Yeah i mean. We're talking twenty years from the the end of the old series until the re rebirth after. So that's like what. Like two thousand four so i mean twenty thousand five hundred fifteen years. Fifteen to twenty years might be closer because twenty with eighty. I mean that's probably pretty close. Yeah mile but then when he does come back. It's oh yeah. Awesome especially once. He starts his core. Oh yeah that's yeah making the by. You know he always be referred to kyle like the gutter rat or something. Something super disdainful alley rat alley ran when work Oh no memory of the star. I guess what are the starlings yak collapses. Do a bunch of theology said like an entertainment little looks like bugs picking up his land power now that works man. I disagree superstar. Go with it. we're just going to go with. It will start complaining. He's almost out of power. Yeah highly do. Yeah this this whole this whole arc was kinda like it was fine but it was kind of the pacing. Was kinda weird this thing and it's i mean that we finally established instance now house. John has mosaic guy. Ask the guy gardner series. That's going to be housebroken. First thing you do after doing that is back on her. Spine evil star. You know. I think it could have been perhaps plan could better not to be evil star and be something. Maybe that was the point. They wanted to go something smaller stars too. I mean his first day back he really wanted a big menace. That's going to drag away from this life again. It's like sure i guess. And i don't know about the pacing too because in a couple months we're getting the crossover with the flash which will joining us four So i don't know if there's just like sign posts and then what is it issue. Was it thirty two or thirty three when they start. What is at the first law or whatever. Yeah i think the third law thoenes thorough. So i don't know if maybe they're just like they have stuff comments they're like okay. Got three issue three issues. The kill here doing nothing. It's not it's not bad enjoyable. Read is just some like This is not the health jordan stuff that i was you know super signed up for because fighting evil star. I mean was next bank robbers in yellow lamps. You yellow lamp can be dangerous man. Davidge that heavenly alright. So here's we read the synopsis for the last one side we can now a whole Yeah because i have a question about the first couple pages this one all right so issue. Twenty eighth From september nineteen ninety-two. Course title powerless. How jordan chases down the starlings thorn is green lantern power battery before he s the chance to charge his ring. Unfortunately the starling escape and how has only enough power left either. Trace the battery or break his fall back to earth he decides to trace the battery and after imprinting the location in his mind he begins to fall. Okay here's my problem with a full once. He fully charges that ring. He said he can track that battery. No problem rate All right so even if okay. Even if he doesn't want to break his fall can't he send out like an sos or something to john or someone that'd be like hey can like run the earth for five minutes and let me charge off your battery you. Yes but as as logical as that sounds. He got into scrapes. If he has to get out of egypt you know olive offer health from a storytelling perspective. I get the plot of this story where it's like. Yeah house approved at house a hero even without the ring and i get that but yeah logically like shoot. Even even if it's nor he doesn't need a good green lantern battery any battery any data. I guess i mean how high izzy because he survives the fall but he's bleeding and bloodied and we don't know how high he was up but humans can't really survive falls from you. Know several hundred feet. Ri- i it's kind of ambiguously how high up he was but also luckily he had that suit jacket like catches pre branchville. A slow closes fall on some tree. Branches say he did he break. Aribert bruised rib One point landslide. And then i was curious to was. He gets the ring back as a himself. That's how i was gonna say 'cause yeah. He seems fine within charges yeah Let's that was confusing to me as well. I doubt yes all right so evil. Sore finally gets his hands on the power battery feeling its power however he is discovered by gold face who demands to be given the battery you will start tries to use it against gould phase but the blast is deflected by his opponents. Yellow suit uses his own stellar blast trap gold face on the other side of a cave-in leaving himself in the starlings trapped alone with the power battery how survives his fall not without injury he forces himself the walk through a small airport where he breaks into a plane and hot wires it he flies in the mountain where gold faces gang's hideout is because memory imprinted the location his mind kids But has nowhere to land and crashes the plane. He's survived the crash and enters the cave entrance the gold faces hideout where he attempts to discover what relation gold face has the evil in the theft of his battery. Okay so yes. He's fallen out of the air kids in the ass now. he's survived. They plane crash really exciting day. Looks like issue When he mentioned that he might know how to activate the battery you will start burst through the wall and forces him to do so. Of course how does and becomes the green lantern blasting his foes gold. Face escapes has how blast evil star unconsciousness. How not giving a chance to fully chart giving a chance to fully charges ring passes out from the pain of his fall and the plane crash. Finally he comes. He comes to you before. Evil starting to starlings charging his ringing collecting captives. He takes evil start oh and hopes that the guardians of the universe can contain him. They contain the before. Did it that. These are people that escaped side cells right. When old-timer i was going to say don't pay they contain more powerful aliens. Haven't they are. Yeah i would say big deal back in his inside. So but yeah i mean again i think this one. This is the strongest of the issues but again just some weird stuff. It's like. I guess we're gold faces more like dealing guy gardner right now. But it's like gold face was weird in the story seat now. It's just a out get you next time in and your dog. The guy who's going toe to toe with guy gardner issue eighteen all of sudden. It's like we'll get me and my gang or we're going to run away. We'll catch you next time. This isn't the real agreement or not. Guy gardner true pearn. That's what i say. What if this had been guide. He's his rent. Ring ran out of power. I don't see it happening. The guy just because he wouldn't care you know he would like give charge john moving on. I'm gonna go blow bunch crap now so it was nasty like a trying to update that whole powerless. Still marriage type story. The the lantern got no power with zero due. I don't know how successful allience stop bad. But it wasn't. It wasn't super great. I'm i'm trying to think. I don't know this because i haven't read the intervening issues so to twilight I don't know that series gets any better from here until twilight you remember The flash. Crossover i remember fondly so i guess it's good. Yeah it's hammond in god. I mean it's ah just read it that it's pretty good Third laws in the jain. Crossover with legion and legion legion. Ninety year whatever. Yeah to whatever. I haven't and i haven't re read past the the flash crossover gets i can't remember but so i mean where up to now so we're twenty eight students run. What do you think best arches or issue but again to the first twenty five he had the share with johnny guy to though. Yeah that's true. I mean i still feel like even though it's slow that first arc is the best of the series. I yeah yeah the first eight. And i still feel like mosaic. Best green manner you know we get illinois twilight just because it's so different while oh yeah oh yeah probably but yeah like that first arc was. It's like even as slow as some of the parts where it was still like a grand scale like. I don't think we've ever come back to that. That kind of scale since then. I think they're going to try. Third law because i think we last time we talked about against hale that shows up in that as well as personal kind of make reference. I think again detail throughout that right. I think i can have. Yeah and that's that's darkstars legion in green winner since read groups right i think all that's right Yeah once we get there when one south or at least once once jon stewart over there reading some darkstars i really haven't read any of that dark star stops. That's gonna be interesting. Haven't read it. I think i read the first six eight issues. Long unit came out long ago. I don't think i ever read those. I think the only thing exposure. I've had the dark says in another people's books so don toy becomes dark star during the kyle. Run right yup yup. They didn't actually get recruited at some point get. John was wearing a suit for a while. That doesn't get injured. What is that like issues. Seventy four seventy five something like. Oh we'll get we'll get their kids. Sam but yeah i mean no i mean like modern comments like i said he had the share the book with the guy john up to this point like instead of issue twenty six. This was one in comics. This'll be a new green lehner number one at jordan's back number one number one post new fifty two. The series after new thirty two was hal jordan core. Wasn't that the name of the series. I think so. Yeah yeah. I think that was the title series though. I don't know Maybe i'll be surprised. I don't remember much past these issues. There might be an issue here there but it's like again like they said like they did the whole cow rainer thing you know them real twilight because the sales on the weren't good but yeah i mean again for twenty five issues. They're all share in this book. And now you know from this point on. I think how kind of like he starts getting his life back together. Now it's like oh stop the couple steps back there's big cosmic on. Okay now. How can get going again in his personal stuff. Stop another big crossover thing and boom and you know. I mean greenland and was selling a lot of books at this time. Because you had had mosaic. It had green lantern guy gardner series. It had queen and orderly. I mean it had issues a year green lantern coming out plus got you know. Guy was in justice league america house over justice europe. I mean the there was green. Leonard's all over the place and then boom stop there We'll get there. Yes now we're talking about twenty five twenty six to twenty eight right. Yes yes yes. You're saying there wasn't anything that good. What about the christmas issue with doctor light will get there. I don't remember that one. You remember what. How takes carol the to his family's for christmas like his brothers and stuff and pow. I'm blanking get to that one. I read it within the last year. Oh like all yeah. You're going to get there. Must that a and then how gets rid of him never to be seen again until he pops out of kyle rayner's battery late views later. Okay cool all right anything else on. These art was a really like yeah mark brian. It'd be bribed guard. Yeah really nice. I think i think with a less impressive artists data story would have been you know even light less impressive in our. I was like well. And i think the issue the second you know. Twenty seven twenty eight. They didn't feel as wordy to me. I think is there is more action and the writer got out of the way so the first day she was a lot of boxes for example pays like all like house internal dialog. It's here's where you work hero. Here's where a cotton ball game and have used to drive a car like that. I cry come on their. He act like he's been in spacecraft like he was in space for one hundred years. It's like basically know really only been recruiting since like issue thirteen. Yeah and compressed timelines what was he gonna a few months if again. It was what it was like. What like twelve twelve issues like real time was a year so current of yet craft in the book yet react like oh it's good back all right She's porn up schedule here for next time Green later court. Next time green lantern corps quarterly. Number to g- relator mosaic number. Five which i believe is Jalan john their conversation. Wonder what that's about maybe saw maybe someone How brought up this time a good day so those two and green lehner twenty nine. Olivia reynolds is back because he had mentioned that it was a toy on this issue in sixty mentioned that i think i think so. Yeah you so yeah. This work was full of full of foreshadowing. So yeah those. Three next time greg quarterly number two zach number five in green leonard twenty nine and then all already in two weeks the part la our podcast wide clips crossover so two weeks later greet later daniel one nice for the eclipse. Oh crossover at but also that we guy gardner reborn. One through three very cool. I remember that eclipse though the kicked off the story has a big hunk of plastic diamond on the Can't ever like flat. I remember being so annoyed. That doesn't get stackable. The bottom of the cox. How how do you buy this thing. Come on man. I was going to say was that like was that all the copies or was it a newsstand version. Where diamond was honor. There probably was a newsstand version. I don't remember those at the check into that whole. Yeah you've got to check into that. Oh my god but matt kona if you cannot join us you need to send feed. Oh my god he back if he anytime he can't join us he should send feedback. His guy gardner. Yeah what a wimp. He's talking to himself. The whole issue. Yellow ring oh my god. Are you gonna do that. Yeah yeah yeah. Whatever he'll probably doubt he would be done for that. So yes eclipse. In two weeks and guy gordon reborn. Then in three weeks aguadilla warfare the the second issues at green lantern. Thirty one and flash seventy because we're gonna be doing part one on comic capers. I with low of get little is gonna join us for both parts so complicated. It'll be thirty and flash sixty nine. Of course guy will to be there and then come back here. Part to green later. Thirty one in flash seventy. I was like i said i just read in that hamid. Hector hammond than gorilla. Garad hector hammond. So i was going to look and see see. We did twenty on coming through the covers that are coming up. Let's see one two three and then at four four weeks will guy gardner one through four nice leather jacket So it looks like the third law goes from thirty two. I think it's thirty to thirty five. The one might be Pro there's might be a prologue and a thirty two. Yeah so. I think Episode twenty one and a half thirty accurate leonard. Thirty to thirty five. Wow that's that's a four issue arc right there. And then it's like pat broader comes back or thirty six up. Strange crossover or an french shows up. It was like thirty and thirty nine. I think something like got thirty. Eight thirty nine eight thirty nine acts upset twenty seven. Yeah because Forty another flash. Crossover ended our star like yes. Well you know. Part of the return of barry allen owns variety. Yes yeah because a what does that at a episode. Twenty eight years. I put flash forty with a forty two forty three because i think it's forty one through forty. Three is the return of the predator. Yes that's i finally. The predator who was so carroll wasn't possessed by just star so far the predators in into sanitarium has their work cut out for them. They do and then no you death stroke forty. three looks yuccas His death stroke hired. Yes i think. He's hired or something. The governor the predator or something. Yeah i think so. We have forgotten. Stroke was in their forty four. Oh is part of trinity. Yeah 'cause that's going to be a big episode for what is that episode. Thirty at trinity wanted to green lantern. Forty four and forty five legion fifty. Seven fifty eight darkstars eleven twelve. Yeah and then green energy forty-six. Which is the rate structure coast. Fittingly superman yeah. Gac has for that episode for thirty one. I of green lantern corps quarterly number seven and green lantern forty six. Do you think we should add. Maybe like superman to the final part of rain of the superman. Maybe an might be a good idea because it doesn't involve destruction actually happens right. That's the actual one where they defeat the cyborg and you know basically everyone. Everyone flies off with their happy ending. Meanwhile houses like a crater where my town used to be and forty seven is a g. L. greene agreed. Leonard renarrowed up. Then we get inequality now but yeah. No i was gonna say no matter. What issues we. Yeah we get the forty six left to do like a little laugh Maybe death rate of superman talk. I mean we won't cover a county and she's like okay. Here's what happened. I mean the that was a big deal. Oh yeah back then. That was just huge absence. I remember i. I read that superman issue where they blow city. It was like wait a minute. Wait a minute. it's not where it's not. How jordan gra is he. He's not home. What other nineties. Nineties gotta love. Alright william anything else. i can't think of anything else. think we're good boy. We're moving moving toward number fifty and the introduction of kyle rayner and a whole chapter in remainder history. I cannot wait a you know what we put my master schedule here because I'll tell you one. We're i wanna see the date for emerald twilight but meanwhile we talked more which is the to less than than when co i love. I love bouncing off in. Because he's seeing it for the first avenue which is awesome. Because you know. I'm seeing it. I remember it assert way and then i read it now. You know who's it is good. I'm comparing all the time. And he's seen it with fresh eyes which is really kinda cool yeah. He's seen in with ease. Read nineties comments like us. A lot of screen and stuff. Fresh is okay Emerald twilight Episode thirty four with podcast. october eighth. So we'll probably record that two weeks beforehand so probably. the second. half is the timber. We're going to be recorded emerald twilight so cool to after the summer yet ornaments. I can't wait to get to the cow stuff era. Just a different. Yeah i mean it's women you'd have different writer. You have different and you have a great artist. Darryl banks is awesome harvest. Mum art is a good writer. So you've got a completely different tone a completely different focus completely different creative team. That's the one that you the cow stops. So what i really want to see holds up at like as much as i remember you know and i'm depriving. They didn't relaunch this number one. I know that was a water calms. They would but yeah. I was very surprised that they didn't but i guess they weren't in the inner at that point they weren't thrown out number one's every two seconds at that point but it was not one fifty one we list. They were trying to trick people. 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F.D.R. (F*ck Da Rich): BiRTHDAY GASM

The Dr. Susan Block Show

1:26:30 hr | 4 months ago

F.D.R. (F*ck Da Rich): BiRTHDAY GASM

"Sudas host comes back for the ladies will. Then we're going to start the show right now. I'm maxon decisions Hey this is able. What's up guys over here behind the scenes on staying as two guys tonight. Two guys in chick. Everybody's walking around with dildos their ears oud little miniature ones mine's not on all i think some plug this way okay. I'll get plugged in by. Keep it keep the keep the just make. The sound verbally has a very good. Have you ever had very good radio. Terrific it's good very good to we give advice. I give advice constantly. We we speak in my mind. We give it tells you what i think we should do. And that's right people say i'm non-judgmental but that's only about sexual fantasies and fetishes and feelings. I'm very non judgmental about your feelings. Are the judge mental about options. Are they allowed to talk Ask questions about sex. Someone wanted to know everything but sex. No no of course. You're allowed to ask questions. That's what a sex therapist and a sexologist and they use the term sex berg. But we don't really like that sounds cheap cheap and we're expensive so quite on for arriving on facebook jesse set to arriving in and also youtube so i think that's the french term for orgasm was so is i've arrived. Yes we have bit with all. I see when autism italian. So no not really. Is that what they say you right. But that's Addie got orgasm in italian orgasmic saw. That sounds like does sixties futuristic sex movies with barbarella. I think that's what it's called after. Call my uncle. He has bet your bags. And your luggage. Make sure you packed bags and jumped on board the fdr train so Take a seat and here. We got him Laborde de which stands for franklin delano roosevelt. Thirty second president of the united states as well as speakers coach pitch. This is your captain speaking. Captain max and i'm dr susan block your loved doctor. Your mother confessor and your birthday girl. Well post birthday girl actually. I had a big birthday gasm a couple days ago. And i'll tell you about that in a little while. But i also want to encourage you to give us a call if you really have anything on your mind. I mean i'm a sex therapist. Max is a prince. He is deposed or defrocked fraud. Here's the prince of prague and the duke melnyk as well as of something in italy not believe something like that. anyway we're here and we are mainly experts. I guess you could say sex births. Sexuality is our game and we love to play and we also take it seriously but really sex is a comedy not a tragedy. It's one thing. I agree with camille. Poly about not everything but you can call us at six two six four six one. I know we have another number. But i the one i know is five nine five zero and you can also write to us on one of our platforms and we're going to try to keep track of them. All i see here. Leonard is twenty three. I guess he's twenty three. How do i convince my girlfriend. That i am not gay. She thinks i'm gay but it's not true. Okay well that depends on why she thinks you're gay. I mean is it because you like pink. We have a message. Somebody asking a question yes oh from. I don't know where he's from are you. It says here what does are you stand for. Are you leonard twenty. Yeah oh it does say from. But it's in red. And i can't really read it. Read it read it right there. It says read it. It's in red though dark. So why no so. Because i saw somebody was asking. How long will it be before they answer my question. who's question. seven seven wonders listening. Okay and is that a different question than the one i asked. I don't know. Should i answer the one. I just asked or answered the other person. I didn't know there was a q. And that's not queuing on woke no my pillow guy here please. We have just nice feather pillows all right. So how do. I convince my girlfriend that i'm not gay well. First of all convince is already a very stressful verb. If you're not gay you're not gay so really. You shouldn't be stressing out about it. And if she thinks you are then you should talk about it and find out why and whether she either wants you to be gay or is afraid of you being gay. I'm not sure it's one or the other because if this is really what she thinks. And i'm taking your word for it. I'm of course not hearing her side of the story. Then it's more about her than you but she's your girlfriend so you want to know what's this about. Why do you think i'm gay. Is it because. I like to cook. Is it because. I wear eyeliner. Is it because. I sucked my best friend's cock the other night. There are various reasons that she might think pitcher gay and by the way that last one some people might think. That's a surefire. Sign that you're gay but not really. This is all about your identification. How you like to present yourself. It's not like race. It's it's almost your choice as to how you wanna present yourself. Although then again being gay is also partly biological but my belief and this could get me in trouble is that we're all like noboa's bisexual and that under certain circumstances any of us could be gay or straight and it just depends and those circumstances though are very important and some of those circumstances do involve biological factors genetic factors and some of those circumstances involve circumstances how you were raised. What you're exposed to so lots of factors leonard. Leonard says i am a girl. Okay troll research. How do i convince my girlfriend. That i am not gay. She thinks i'm oh. Wow but now. She's explaining more see. There's always more to explain. I am girl so yeah right. So okay leonard. One reason. She thinks that you're gay is because your name is leonard. Your your girlfriend is a woman. She's a girl and then leonard is saying that she's a girl she says. I am a girl. So leonard people stereotype. It's sometimes harmful but many times it's simply because the complexities of life are too much to process. So most of us thought leonard must be a guy. Maybe that's one reason that your girlfriend thinks you as a girl named leonard are gay. Anyway you should call us you know. I'm always frustrated by these questions. That really don't leave a lot of information so we gained a lot of questions of people are saying. Is our sex questions allowed. And i think sex questions are allowed said that a few times and of course and you can't offend us defend it into room and everybody else but hard to offend us. So let them popout right. I prefer phone calls. But i mean i'll talk to these people through this texting sexting system which is really just all that much more room for fantasy because when you are using your real voice you can run. But you can't hi. It's very revealing okay. Tommy bruce shet what happens when your wife of four years loses all interest in sex. She is born in seventy four. I'm born in eighty two. This is requiring some math. Tom about petition. I'm a sex therapist okay. So four years. It's the seven year itch except for years right. Yeah must've been very itchy very interesting. Very she is older than you. Tommy and we're off for cougars. Hey cougar power go bonobos and check out our article about cougars and cubs so she is apparently eight years older than you. And let's see. I think she's like forty something and you're like thirty something. Maybe so she could be going through early. Menopause that's a possibility she could also have another lover so so possibility you could have gained fifty pounds there many possibilities as to why and i would say in answer to your question. What happens when your wife of four years loses all interest in sex that your first step is to find out why. Why isn't she interested. Maybe there's a physical pain lot of people. Don't like to hear that as an answer. Of course it's depressing but sometimes that is the answer and then again. A lot of people don't want to hear that they're cheating. They've got someone else or they've just lost bat spark for you but if you really want to know you need to talk about it and by the way sometimes when you lose that spark you can get it back if you really had it to begin with and maybe i'll talk to you about that sometime. There are many many reasons that women and men lose interest after four years. Five years three years to tape. My time would usually be three years for me. That's when i would generally lose interest until i met the love of my life captain. Of course i've been in love before love but not the love of my life. This no what i'm saying. And yes when you meet the love of your life and you know it and you feel it then you take that three year itch or four year itch or seven year itch and you ressalat you deal with it. You talk about what's going on with you. Work it out you fantasize you play you do whatever it takes to maintain intimacy and maybe even kick it up. A few notches have some birthday. Chasms baby what else. We got going benedict common my batch. Wow that's quite a name. Do you think that prevention from experiencing sexual stuff can act as almost a catalyst for hyper sexuality or nymphomaniac will yes. of course. that's one of the basic principles of taboo sexual desire and it's been the case for many many years. George bataille wrote a lot about it. It's like i can't have it. I want sure that's natural. You see that in non human animals like our furry friends you hold back the toy the tree and they they want it they want it. They jump all over you. They want what they can have. Its natural and also our capitalist society even encourages that more and also are hyper religious. Anti sex society makes so many things forbidden. You just feel like. I can't have anything i want so i might as well be really bad because i'm automatically bad according to my religion so there's a lot of these factors at work. Some of them are natural and some of them are put upon us by our leaders who want to control our sexuality by repressing certain things knowing full well that that exacerbates other things they figure. Certainly that if you're in the military that if they forbid certain sexual forms of release that may be you'll release your sexual energy through violence in service of the state kind of makes a diabolical sense. Unfortunately it often backfires friendly fire and all. That's what dr leaders tried to do. Control our sexuality through forbidding things and no. I sorta don't believe in these categories you say of benedict commend. My batch hyper sexuality or nymphomaniac. I think hyper sexuality is a more kind of highfalutin way of saying sex addiction. Which i don't believe in and in a way nymphomaniac has a low falutin way of saying sex addiction for women's. So nah i. I mean they're silly terms if you want to say i'm a maniac. Oh i need to get fucked so bad as cool but hey as serious clinical terms. No not going for it anyway. Welcome to the love train. If you have a question or comment you can ride in carlos. And i'm here with captain max and abe the engineer. I had some of that pie. Yuks okay. jukka spring over the pie. Because he's the man now. The pie master is a pie master. Well he's always been pi master. That's the it's a leading question. We haven't seen jocks in over a great year not to be confused with the other pie. Master that guy. They used to get cakes and get women to sit on the cakes and he would eat the cake afterward. Right pie noon. Pi pi master sexuality. We've talked about bisexuality but there is such thing as pie sexuality which is a form of splash wash pies in the face sitting on the pie back to eating the pies wash break. We have a magazine all about it. All about spleech cheering danielle watts and chef be live and gypsy but no bozo and e core the wolf. Oh so i'm back to my question. Why did jack spring. The pie because chuck's is Don't show anything you know. But actually there's nothing in there that smooth there's no new like maybe one nipple and you're not showing it's towards the end actually dislike three apple's not a one person so why did jokes spring over the pie. You know i have no idea. He was bringing them. To what day was it. When did he come back day all the day. The reason and that's why Yeah it is It was dr seuss. Earth day So we had a good old time and we built equivalent of of a submarine. Well yes. It was a mini pool a mini on wheels correct. And then we had a mini party that we hit a midi party around and And i got into my bathing suit for the pool. And later i got into my birthday suit birthday chasms but it was fun. It was very low key almost ridiculously low key. Okay raspberry are we ready to go deep inside my birthday absolutely absolutely deep inside dr suzy's burn a well. I did baptize myself. I didn't go deeply into the water because by the time you guys finished the pool it was freezing cold so i could only weighed but it was a nice birthday. Baptism and holy water. You know very good and it really was like four play for my birthday gazprom's and it's very good to have a birthday gozon it. It doesn't aging body. Good always clears the mind and spiritually speaking. Maybe the little death prepares you for the big one birthdays. They are kinda strange times right. Some birthdays i have these huge extravaganzas big birthday. Or jeez filled with people congratulating. And it's funny when people congratulate you for nothing but being alive. Although i suppose at my age that is an accomplishment. But it's a lot of fun and you know. Of course it's bonobo ville so when you have a lot of people here. It turns into a birthday orgy and in ancient times people did fear that there were birthday spirits that would be evil and that these malevolent forces would stalk you on your birthday. So that's why you wanted to have people around you rank in fact it does not going to have an orgy on your birthday. You want to have people around. Well yeah that's true that's true but why have an orgy on your birthday. Well as a present soften to keep away the evil spirits are evil spirits. Have you noticed that. Lots of people die on their birthday strew or a few days before their birthday or a few days after their birthday. Like if lee bailey died a few days before our birthday we share a birthday. F lee bailey. Prominent celebrity defense attorney. Who represented o j and patty hearst on your do anything. Well that's of course. Always the question and i wish honestly i do. I thought he was very hot. And i found him swashbuckling. And there's a picture of me interviewing him. I was a young reporter and i was chosen. nervous sweet. Sixteen or just seventeen. You know what i mean anyway. I'm a nervous wreck. And i'm interviewing f lee bailey with my big granny glasses and there's a picture of it. Everybody loves this picture. You know i hated this picture for years. I kept it hidden grow. That's because you ate it right but you know that's so strange about life but it's true things. I hate about myself or ashley. Edgar appreciated by people. Perhaps because you know people love to feel superior to you and i looked like this scrawny little rack so yeah anybody could say oh. Isn't she cute. This little wreck my counterpunch. Jeffrey sinclair posted. It didn't his column. He says when our very own. Dr susan bloch interviewed defense lawyer. F lee bailey. It's also because he's famous. He was a legend. Not exactly a leftist buddy defender of the accused and you know the accused are always at a disadvantage so no he did not proposition me. He just made. Google is at me and he penetrated me. How did he penetration in a more spiritual way. He influenced me as i said last week. In terms of my own courtroom manner. I felt very propelled by him when i went up against the lapd in federal court and wound up winning a very nice settlement. And i also just felt like he opened my mind. Not so much because of my interview with him when i was a teenager and had barely any kind of mind and probably was tripping because i was taking a lot of lsd back. Then but i was a national merit semifinalists day and the editor of my school papers. So as what you can do on. L. s. t. I was one of those people that felt that o. J. was guilty for sure for sure for sure for sure right and i gotta say fleas takedown of mark furman got me wondering about jay and i still wonder and that just shows. That was a great attorney. He revealed in his perry mason like manner. The lead detective is a kkk nazi. Okay and also the glove doesn't fit so you must acquit. Bow was johnny cochran. That was f. Lee bailey's idea. He saw that glove. At least that's what he says and he said. Hey i'm going to have oj tri- on that glove and chris darden said you're going to what i'm gonna have. Oj tried on and he said no. I'm going to have tried on. And he did. And it was big slam dunk for the defense because he had this big hand Speaking of which there's a new movement in korea that is very controversial. South korea women making the little penis signs with their fingers and men be very upset about this little penis. Spill penis. sign is what you put your fingers together your thumb and forefinger and you make like small guys. Watch out for this trick yeah. It's so funny. How women have been of course objectified and demeaned molyneux. But you guys are so sensitive about the little penis. It was cold that i swear. Yeah of course we know. And that's why we make the little pena's signed but you work you. Don't make me horny enough. So then it's our fault that could be you. I wasn't even thinking about in south korea. They say it's 'cause your feminist actually people are getting fired and businesses are being boycott is quite exciting so we are still celebrating pride month Gave the bonobo way. Of course. A lot of messed up stuff is happening to. Lgbtq people these days as orlando approaches the fifth anniversary of the second worst mass shooting in american history. The pulse nightclub massacre. Your member that max. We were down in puerto rico at the a sect convention. We were in puerto rico. The noble way of sexual inclusivity at the asec convention the american association of sex therapists and educators and counselors. But not in that order and then we hear about this. It was wonderful weekend and then this of course was so depressing for everyone but especially people knew those who died and a lot of people died. It was very very bad. And most of those people were young hispanic and gay and governor rhonda santa's in signing a one hundred billion dollar budget for florida vetoed a hundred and fifty grand for counseling for post survivors. And he also vetoed seven hundred fifty grand to build housing for homeless gay kids in central florida. So yeah he's welcoming pride months to flow re da by the way speaking of which i think this happened in florida. It's certainly a pride month story. A woman on a boat was giving a gay family. Flying pride flags the finger and circling around them and harassing them and giving them a hard time and then suddenly catches fire. Not because of the gay people at all but just because of her being an old rickety thing and the gay family actually saved her and her people and put her on their both and she refused to speak to them she did. She didn't say thank you. Hey by the way you love this get a few right wingers on here yeah What's his always a lot of fun. I wanna lick this man's actions. Wow right max has a fan sure. Instead of the combined now that's a fetish for you licking know about that. Especially if i'm wearing my false eyelashes one false thing i like is my false eyelashes and also i got one eyelash gotta wear mascara because when i wear no makeup i have like no eyelashes because my lashes are so light. They used to be blonde. I think they're going gray. Eyelashes fat pretty light disappeared. A make sure really looking from like a mile away. What he's just trying to get me to go without my false eyelash at my brother like those eyelashes like those things. I even warm. On the thrones like yeah they fly off if you're drunk enough and you never know where they're gonna land if you don't use good glue it'll come off on your own but they are non lethal so i did wear false eyelashes on my birthday. And i put makeup on and Were my bathing suit. And then i was. My birthday tastes arcadia. All right so we got a call from from turtle arcata california and he just wants to say hi cut up. Put him on. I two f. d. h. i. g. h. or again i love. His name is a turtle. Arcata all right to say hi from pool as cool man. Well loose puck like rabbits but the tortoise wins the race. Thanks thank you terms of age. What we're talking about birthdays. So hey tortoises he. They're all he's a fan. He's a fan of the show. Fan hooks He just wanted to let that small message out. All right he loves the show. We love you. I want you all to watch birth j. orgy that takes place on your booth to computer screen after this live radio. Show my birthday in two thousand seventeen when the actual day fell on a saturday and it seemed spontaneous but actually we took a couple of weeks to planet and this year i had no plans because of course the best laid plans may not get. You laid the way you plan until the day before the day because it's still feels like the corona apocalypse a lot of people are not vaccinated and the people that are even feeling very tentative. But i did feel that sense of the evil spirits gathering around me so i came up with a sword of plan that did not get me laid the way i planned but at least i got laid a june honeymoon. Yeah and thank you. Captain max duck for always steering my ship of fools for love but you can't have sex all day. I mean you could but nothing better to do better really. You've got to get some money to be able to be at home. What do they say. Sex workers oprah the the poor man's opera. Isn't that an italian safe. Sex is poor man's off but sometimes you want a little variety in your life more. Been divide like opera jazz. The main thing is. I did not want to sit at a computer all day or even half the day or even a tenth of the day for time sake for the sake of that time before computers when humans like you and me. We're a little more in touch. With how do i put life instead of these dead radiating things in touch with the earth in touch with living things. So i did want to get away from my computer but i didn't wanna go anywhere partly because i never want to go anywhere. Noblesville has to be very entertaining. Because i don't like anywhere these days. Actually you don't like you anywhere especially if it's takes time away from doing creating creating and doing not much although i've had times in our life when we're creating by going places that's we're all right but certainly not late a new certainly do that. We only Yvonne says name. Hi yvonne alright so we got a phone call from one of our fans. His name is yvonne yvonne. evan. Evan evan evan probably yeah samphan mind but evan is probably his main so i thought maybe it was gone and he would lend us build. Evan evan he's friday. He's from read it. I read it. I going know what's going on. You are on your on. Love train evan. With me and everybody else tonight. Where are you calling from colorado liven to colorado. I lived older. Pretty nice up there. College foolhardy thank you my question go ahead. I want to know how all you guys on the cast and crew are getting down the bed. I want here's a bad story. People on this ready chatter in the willing shift and they kind of want to get a little elite. You're anxious about getting turned on the. There's a guy that wants to lick my i. I only hear one fucking eyelash. Wow well you know. That's why i'm playing my birthday or g right now. Because i really enjoy group. Sex world seconds now keeps the able spirits away. all these bodies intertwined and it's totally the opposite of what. I'm doing right now in covid time. So where'd did you say evan. Any find a way. I mean if we're talking you come on. Yeah bucking sucking licking fingering toll. Oh yeah doggy style. We're woman on top. The romans at parties for weeks and months. I think a lot of different cultures have had some wild parties. But the romans are known for it. But you can't take that long and you're from rome aren't you so max's continued here in america. It's communal ecstasy. It's those moms. Have you ever been to a swing party two to a sex party. Never wow i never been really gotta go. How are you. i'm twenty. Oh yeah almost too young to be calling this show. He's fine mature. he's he's old enough honesty. All the callers smarties. i'm cool. I would say college. Parties are the closest thing to a swing. I was gonna say that was the kind of parties. I was going to at age. Twenty we certainly did not call them swing. That's kind of middle aged term. I'm middle aged way beyond middle-aged. Actually but when i was your age i just called them sex parties. I guess or not even just a bunch of friends over doing drugs and having sex in my allowed to say that on these channels. Am i gonna get in trouble the box we don't write dancing creating music maybe creating are certainly having sex. But i'm of a different age. When sex was very exploratory revolutionary and part of the expression of make love not war but it was just sex just like it is now. Yeah it is weird. Although harrier was definitely harry yeah what it is now in bit different porrini person myself. If i'm going to be completely on be honest. It definitely doesn't help the car you know. I know i feel for you being twenty in twenty twenty one. It's hard because of so. Many forms of sex are taboo. But oh you gotta you. Do you gotta thread the needle and find your pleasure. Because it's important the bonobos show us how important it is gotta have some fucking man and it's it's very traumatic for a lot of guys like the guys in south korea that are your age freaking out and blaming women. And they shouldn't be blaming women. Why socialist. So i blame the capitalist system. Women want some equalities some respect and some sex as well and i think a lot of young men are a little freaked out by that and yet a lot of young men are empowered by that and i hope to empower young men and young women of course over eighteen. Only i don't want to empower anybody under eighteen. You guys can be a bigger salaries right. Do you think although i will say that generation i'm not sure between the covert and the repression i feel for you guys man i mean creates its own repression. Yeah yeah you get in your own little circle and easy to get through. If you had your people he didn't they might have been different but for me and my people school but back to the penis thing. I mean if we're gonna make fun. A little penises shit. Look let's just make fun of shit. Quit quit acting like words. Her people that much now right. Let's make fun of it. Throw it all out. Okay what would you like to make fun of hanging out to dry. Oh back to the metaphor out. Oh by the way we have a we. We have penis book that you can get from. That's me of the penis or portraits northeast. Hey i've seen a. I've seen a lot of minded real. You can thank the internet for that. Oh yeah yeah yeah. sure sure. That's why when people say gay straight we're all looking at everything is use. Yeah if you if you live in yeah today. it's pretty much humor but it enters your penetrates. Yeah it penetrates your mind exactly exactly. It's one of those intrusive thoughts. You can't really get rid of it. Just like whoa. That's why like making fun. Shit like that okay. So what would you like to go in direction is what you get really turned on by or what you get really turned off by your choice. Well i'll ask you. What do you get turned on by or would he get turned off by. I'm curious about either one. So i'm going to let you choose what you wanna tell me. Confess all i'll we'd off. Dobbs turned off because it's really hard. It's really hard to turn me off. I'll pay you back okay. But when when people were having fun and then someone sticks out make a problem brown everyone. That's where i'm not in. That's the turnoff with me when everyone's having a party and someone wants to ruin the party because they're not having fun or whatever the reason is that's a big turnoff in red flag for me. A party pooper is i like to have fun. Yeah that's why they use the poop analogy because you're basically shitting all over everybody. Everybody feels bad. Then there's the party shooter. Oh that's even worse party pooper concern. But that's what's happening speaking of my beautiful hometown not hometown. But i spent some time in boulder colorado beautiful peaceful town. There's some right wingers in some left-wingers guy comes in and shoots everybody in a supermarket not everybody but ten people so we talk about party. Pooper tool kit. That's a party. The party stopper stuffer right. Hardy stopper cock block cobb blocker right supermarket. Come on he's enjoying checking out your soul. What do you do up there in. Arcata al-qaeda no in denver but i go also converts much dirtier in denver. Yeah but collared sorry soil free visit equally if not worse completely and yes. We're going to talk about the dirty words spree. So what do you do up there. What are you doing up there plenty. Oh cool all right. What about to might stop more year. Majoring in economics. Good we need more socialists. Are you reading your marks I'm familiar. I wouldn't say i'm a bad familiar with marx's i am. The bible is not a christian okay. How about that. Pa- keti guy he's a modern marxist economist. I think it's thomas i believe so here. I will with yang yang yang. But y'all gang way. No one was really feeling bernie and i mean you felt hopeless collection. I think everyone did. There wasn't a right decision. They've set the table so you can only make what they wanted to have like the dnc. And i am the control. That shit balked everything out. Put up the wrong. Why did they control that shit. Why do they control it because they set it up. Why didn't they get to set it up front. Why because because the money because why did all the money that's okay. Capitalism works. they got the money. Yeah i know that's why we need a little socialism and has like a little grown lies. Yeah healthcare holy shit. My family would be in your different. Well you start with that. We gotta have some social people. Free freedom is not from communism. Freedom is not that. When i was your age people did have health care when i was your age. There weren't any billionaires. When when i was a little boy you couldn't make a profit on people's health here in america. Okay turn this train round evan. You are happy generation. You're going to train forward. And i say fuck barich anti billionaire. I just want to just give her stress of your money. It's too much for you. Billionaires have very unhappy people and we have to help our own. You fucked rich. I i like your take them. We have to help we do. Of course do all that money. One person can't and much think about it not only fucked up in theory but when you did in practice the next day and true suckers can't move anywhere without the highest levels fucking prison comfortable but that's story you get so scared off. That was very nice million dollar house. Oh yeah wow you should come out to la and visit us in bonobo bonneville when you graduate all right you take care next time. I wanna hear about with tries you on the cure but i agree. We are having a nice orgy. A party pooper will ruin everything unless you just don't let that person do that. And there are ways. There's a certain of sexual etiquette to handling the party pooper which we will talk about in a moment but i just want to say redhead magic happy birthday jack yes jin now is actually in our post. Show throw back which features a fabulous john. Nell doesn't have sex on the show a conservative and she is my former assistant. My former assistance always come back for more. I think you're i yes. She was my. I actually i. I know my first radio. Show i e v so we love jim now and i got mad at her a couple years ago when she wished me a happy birthday and it was one of those birthdays. I wanted to avoid. And i think i didn't talk to her for like three weeks. Sorry sometimes they very touchy. It's a very kind of up and down time so this year. I knew i wasn't going to have a big buck. And so what was i going to do. I didn't want to go out. They didn't want to go somewhere. Eat food somebody prepared. Drink smoke or getting a pool somewhere else so had to stay home and make it small and home with my homies that included captain max and a few other people so it was small and homey with my homies including my little baby. Bonobos and captain. Max bonobo dr. Suzie bonobo given to us by dragon. Steel and the baby is boundary yale. And a really nice cake. Did you know queen. Elizabeth celebrated her birthday this week and she was born in april but she just wanted a horn in on the june birthday scene. Because it's the best time to have a birthday. As abraham knows who chose to come out for his of birth on the first of june so queen. Elizabeth cut her cake with sword. Today right yes. We'll go with a sore. I put fishermen's knife french. French french fishermen dive by had just a very few people. There tourist ski famous actor. And so he and i thought to be the to harry. Jews doing it for a part. I can just blame the corona apocalypse for having more hair than repel or if i flip it over my head cousin the dude. The back is kinda hot. Dark beast zeta. I think in the back there. Either talking about max or the buddha the buddha they're talking about abe. I know they talk about the buddha now. Their birthday boy at the end of the day is the due back his stomach. Lightning in likeness. You maybe a anybody in studio there you still do. The wonderful debaucherous speakeasy as i've seen theater of vamp well theater of vamp as a matter of fact we're just talking about the existential state of the wonderful debaucherous speakeasy which is not very debaucherous right and most people don't know about it because the very young today they they do other stuff but Probably we had one of the great speakeasy certainly on the west coast beautiful and the reason we call it. The speakeasy is because we speak easy about that which is not so easy to speak about and that includes sex but it also includes partying drinking caffeine sexing all consensual but nevertheless controversial and in this day and age it is socially controversial because hey people don't necessarily sign a contract that they wanna have sex. They're doing things very spontaneously. It's a state of communal ecstasy and also controversial. Because for me pay we're still in. The corona apocalypse were vaccinated. We did have a few people here. The other day on my birthday to keep the evil spirits away that were vaccinated. But it's still scary. People are still getting it. And i don't want to get her so we are cautious but right after our live program tonight we are playing an amazing show. That was a birthday ball in two thousand seventeen featuring christiana sin who was a penthouse pat. And she is amazing. Sings happy birthday just like marilyn monroe at dances naked. Split people have sex. Danielle watts runs around naked and Be live gets a blowjob from of all people on blow remember. Yes and there's all kinds of kink whipping and banking lots of great dom khan kinks tres. And by the way. I'm going to be dom khan mistress of ceremonies this august. We're going to be. The way are gonna be there at the hilton in person. So we are sticking our toes in the water for all you foot-fetishists and if your money interaction donate donate to sanctuary which they need it. They are having difficulties since the corona apocalypse. And so hopefully everything will come together but anyway we're playing this fantastic show of great orgies and so it gives you an eye gaza and an ear gezim. But of course yeah. You don't get the smell. Gaza and i gotta say that. That's part of the excitement in the fabulousness of an orgy. Be wonderful debaucherous. Speakeasy is the smell. And it's a very special smell because it can easily seep over into smelling bad but as long as it doesn't smell bad like with too much you know of that party pooper stuff then. It's a beautiful smell the smell of sacks and it really does get your fair racing so you gotta experience it. I hope you young people. I sound so old. But i do hope that one day you experience it because there's nothing quite like communal ecstasy. I mean you can go to a ball game. You can go a concert and these days. Of course all the games and concerts you've got to keep physical distance and you do. It's a good thing. You can't do an orgy keeping physical distance so you're missing out and at the same time. I'm not one of these deniers. That's going to say you should have won anyway. Sorry but you shouldn't so you're just gonna be deprived. One thing i will say is that sex is very resilient force in human life we may defeat it probably through chemicals. We may kill it but not yet so it will survive and we will stay horny and we will find a way and yet the orgies are not this year maybe next year so manager. Eight k has given us a read. It helpful award. Oh great so shout out to mistress erica. Who was here right. Yeah mr circa. Yes she showed up and she was beautiful as always little down. Because nina a member of the poly family had just passed away from cancer and it her would have polly family. Was that just two to them or was there a whole bunch of other people with three living together. Three and meena was one of them and what was the third one did. I don't know. I don't remember the name of i. Think a male females got this guy. He's women that's great. Yeah captain max. You might like that with the right other woman. I've had no no no living. Oh by beth now just a a threesome for a couple of hours. That's okay the anyway. Mistress erica has always been very sexy on our shows. Me her have the same hair style. Yeah we got kind of the same similar hairstyle with the blonde but she was very low key. She didn't wanna get in the pool. I respected. She sat on the edge of the pool very nice as edge and she seemed to really enjoyed jocks. I mean they hit it off. They're both photographers. And a. they have some things in common and he had stopped on his way to vegas was only coming in for a minute to deliver the pies and ended up staying several hours. Hopefully there will be a forward movement there and they will always be able to remember they match at the speakeasy but nobody I always liked that. That's one of my joys matchmaking. Real matchmaking which you can't really plan because when you really try to match me usually you up but if you just kinda introduced people sometimes they. They hit it off. It's a beautiful thing. Feels almost as good as falling in love yourself. But on my god anything would feel good on jackson's pies today and when you asked me to come by the pool that's a very small pool. Yeah but it is a work of art view. The phone that's really pretty and so forth so So he made cana- belly strawberry rhubarb and goose. Berry pies me tell you so. I couldn't move from my chair for a bit at And then i was. I was it was like i went back on. Acid take a lot of acid. And that was. We had that in common you and i. We took a lot of sykes. Shucks and erica have photography in common. You and i have passed acid trips. Yes many if. I took as many as you. I might have taken twenty as you probably took more than i did. Oh you didn't take twenty. I don't know. I mean i didn't take it. 'em counting mushrooms pay own mushrooms cody Ecstasy never took ecstasy took Horse tranquilliser ketamine. Thank you. i know her strength. will eiser nicole. Pony earl took that and suddenly everything melted. And i was on the floor. Everything was everything. I've never taken ketamine but that it is that what that is. I think kate cake and maybe that was the last time i took that that much a well. You had wanted to talk about my pillow guy. Do you still want to talk about that. The what the pillow guy. Oh yeah. I you know the pillow guy He's the right lyndale. His name's mike lee had a rally right for the former guy is totally right wing Rocker acuna who who who who drank. Yeah and he drank the come mixed with kool aid. He added trump gazza right and he held this proudly in minnesota. What's up with you. Guys in minnesota spawn. Unfortunately these folks are everywhere. I know and they're everywhere and they're very open about it now. Which is very nice. Because then i know who they are and how to deal with them you know and they talk about. You can't talk about the electric machines. You can't talk about election fraud. Can't talk about vaccines and keep talking about being cancelled. We don't want to be cancelled. We still want to grab. Somebody's ass we still to be what we were getting. The cancels big is so stupid. I don't care about being canceled on you. want right. don't censor me right. don't censor me is big tack. I don't care if people in their private ways one. We'd a bunch about me that i'm a bitch or whatever stop whining you're not the only one we can't show nipples. We can't talk about certain things. We assume sexy under and it has been for millennia but it seems like it is more than usual. Now i feel. It was on an upswing through most of my life through the nineties and then with w and his christian spin w bush it crackdown. I feel like after that things got more and more sexually repressed it. Just finish a couple things. Go right ahead He's very concerned about not being able to talk about certain things who This guy that owns the my pillow. Mike lindell i went to his website today and they went to see which pillows were the best pillows. He wasn't even on the list. Which is okay you know. Some people like really pillows. I don't i. He likes the former guys but as his pillow Sticking his face right between those two big white pills. I want to say rate now being censored for the politics of being censored well. I don't think they should be censored either. No no i understand that. They can't get when you endanger people like a theater anywhere else. You can't just tell lies the cause you harm to people And then he accuses the state. He's filed another suit to overturn the elections. And he says that it was overturned by a secret Group who had access to machines. And all this incredible stuff. But he's the one that overturned it right so he's he's trying and then you got the other mike former security adviser and Criminal pardon by the former guy these are right might flynn has called for a mar. Dial military coup and. It's all very absurd. Funny wait till that happens. It's kind of real absolutely in the sense that it's out there. It's happening right now. We're in the middle of it that and that's why we're not we're kind of asleep and also office stuff and a lot of democrats have gone to sleep. They figured trump is out of office and rear biden. Our time with biden. And i must admit biden to sleep. You call him sleepy. Joe not because he's asleep because he's running around all over the place but it's because he puts you to sleep and i hate to say it but the former guy called him that but he is and i. I went to those website today. You in a lot of things that the former guy did. He's keeping a lot going and it pains me to know that the doj will not just give it up on defending the former guy against carols. Lawsuit i have one last word for him Because i looked at his factory looked at what he sells and how he does it and of course he's accusing the these people the rico act which is what trump is basically and probably going to be charged with. So so what. I say to you sir. Disgusting which. I've tried to do to america. Faulk you on done. Oh well okay. Well we're almost done but we're almost there. Hi kristen adriaan and hi everybody crazy people out there. I just want to say you can't change them but they can change. Any of us can change. We change because we want to from the inside. Not because we're told that this is immoral or that is better. We go with emotional reasons and we also with sexual reasons which are very tied into the emotions. And i gotta say my fellow democrats and liberals as you bared down on sexuality and repress more and more so the people of this country and this world will reach out to crazy colts to release their sexual energy and they will pick up guns and shoot them if they are told. They can't just shoot the gun in between neuralink's so if you haven't heard bobby kennedy's violence well. This has been a problem for a long long time. But i don't think it's always been that way i really don't. I think that this came about with the dawn of agriculture. The neolithic revolution which also brought about capitalism gradually. And this is why. There's a lot of violence. This is why there's a lot of war and this is why this is honored and applauded by different political parties. And i was just reading another article in counterpunch about war porn thinking about how much we're censored aren't warren. Who came up. Nick nurse wrote a wide world of war porn or how. I really amassed an encyclopedia of atrocities. So basically this is a guy who's a journalist writes about war he reports on it. But it's just a genre that is huge and the to certain degree you see all over youtube and sometimes they take it down and sometimes they leave it up. You might not see the beheading. But you'll see the bloody sword you may not see the actual murder but you see the aftermath leaving up to it exactly and so violent porn is out there. It's click bait. It's infecting our minds. I talked about the penetration of the mind. The wait athlete barely penetrated my mind in a positive way. Making me feel courage in the courtroom but your mind of course can be penetrated in a negative way in a lot of people. Put down sexual porn as penetrating your mind and yes it penetrates your mind. It's not an addiction. You can stop watching it just like you can stop watching anything believe me. I didn't miss my computer on my birthday. I didn't look at it. I was busy with other things. It's the capitalist system that keeps us watching this stuff. We have to and we have to do it for work. So a why not distract ourselves and watch some sex porn. Which of course in my opinion isn't so bad. it's ninety nine percent. Consensual stove might not be your taste. I remember mistress. Erica talking about gaping assholes at my birthday party. I'm here with this very small gathering dog you know. And she's like talking about it. But i realized it was a metaphor and like that. There's all these influencers out there. Who talk about their feelings. It's like their emotional gaping. Ascls cut you asshole muffed. Oh yeah of course. Mother it's It's the little stories removal romance comics. Fired pictures right now and then it went to television. So it's the gaping asshole of emotion that gets the hits right right. Why is that any better than an actual gaping asshole. I mean listen. I don't like looking at a but some people do so. I don't know so so blue. Stoic panda says. I'm gay bath house. Where i live beth. Totally ahead blowing experience right well. The gay bath houses can be great bachailian or g experiences. And i love it. Be careful practice safer sex. And of course. I don't think it should be going right now and the edges of the corona apocalypse. But i'm all for that experience of or gastric group. Sex three minutes. I will say you got to take a lot of precautions these days. So i'm gonna have a. I have a question can have caro- three minutes and you have a question. Can you have corona from getting a blowjob in a bath house. Somebody from already channel some next week thirty. Same time i would say it's likely you're facing the the same direction it's not as bad as kissing in terms of the corona infection because you're not swapping spit but you are breathing very close to each other. Hey red storm says hey. Is this about my boy trump. he said hell yeah. It was illegal and stuff. Anyone that wants to overthrow. This country has overthrow okay. We got a phone call to see what it's about and maybe we can extend dot call funding on the fourteenth floor and find out. Spend another twenty minutes. There's no right what's his by the way. If you wanna know how to change someone's politics through sex read my articles. Sex pride and black lives matter all right so we now have a phone caller. Are you there sir. Yeah i'm here. I wanted woman on society. I agree with talk. Assisi on how society is makes you feel bad for what you want and when it comes to what you do what is your name com. Are you calling from pennsylvania all right so banya hometown. what were you saying. What was your question. I wondered on how i agree with. The outside is maybe feel bad when it comes to what you wanna watch and what you do even even the simplest thing as watching a video on anything. Yeah well. I agree with you donald because you agree with me so thank you for calling in adding your voice shoes. We'll see jail. We've gotta to make our voices heard every one of us. Let's go and we gotta go. I hope you call earlier next week because we're out of time but i certainly appreciate the amen. Thank you a women. Thank you thank you brother. Donald keep the faith out there in pennsylvania. Lend where dr suzie was born. And yeah. we're having a birthday gazza. And that's the land of my birth show. Yes we're still being censored and defamed while. 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Paul Oglebay - Simulation Theory

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Paul Oglebay - Simulation Theory

"In simulation theory of religion. We'll talk about it on this episode of the mind dog. Tv podcasts yet. Another episode of the mind dog tv. Podcast i'm matt. Apple checks are coming. It's great to be here as always could go anywhere tonight folks a little bit I'm not nervous excited. entertained by where we might go. Tonight we're going to be talking about simulation theory And as you know. I've tried for a long time to get somebody to come on to talk about simulation theory including a lot of physicists who've written books about the subject nobody wants to come on and talk about a publicly and i don't know why that is Written especially if you re written a book asked specifically about that you think you'd wanna hump the book a little bit and let people know about it. But i'm really curious about The subject in my guest tonight Seems to know something about it. I somebody i actually met. I believe in a facebook group about the subject where i was looking for guests to talk about the subject of simulation theory and He i think he's understands my frustration or my lack of ability to get any kind of Physicists or somebody who really understands the theory on a A real deep level to come on and explain it to me I don't think he's necessarily an expert in it but he's going to do. Its best to try to educate me on. And why he's a believer in it and so it should be very very interesting program before i bring him in. Of course you know what's coming to talk briefly about my sponsors tonight's broadcast broadcast brought to you by audiobooks. Now dot com audiobooks. You know about the convenience of audio books in a you know basically. Don't have to explain that all again the audible Convenient you also know that you can get him just about anywhere on the web these days. So why audiobooks now dot come. 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Paul ogle bates mine not tv podcast fall. Welcome how you doing. How you doing Yes you know. Because i looked up. Leo pappas in the first thing i got was pichu area. And i said oh. I'm talking to a dead guy tonight. Look at you look pretty good for a dead guy guys. I appreciate so. Let's start for the dummies version. Because my my interpretation of this. And i've said it a couple of times the and i'm being kind of fun trying to be funny about it. That physicists who spend their whole life and scientists who spent their whole life Being atheist and trying to prove there no god suddenly found the god and he happens to be a teenager in his mom's basement with a laptop Do i have it correctly. Is that what simulated theory is exactly. We're done. I'll talk to you in a sense. I find that interesting too. Because a lot of the lot of the situation supporters that i've met are kind of anti religion as you say and i. I always think kind of the same thing. We're all saying there's some creator that has power overly universe. such kind of thing is like to call it. God call it simulation. Whatever i mean the elevator pitch of the simulation argument you've probably heard which is that you know as computing allah increases. We will eventually reachable. Recreate entire world entire universes. We can simulate humans down to the molecular level. And at that point we can create a that approximates us and at that point. When we're making simulations there could be trillions of. What's the chance that we're the original right. that's the elevator. I don't know why they shy about it. Got any insight. I do not know. I do not know i. A fair number of the people who frequent some of the groups are a little outside the box. So maybe maybe that has something to do with it. I liked think. I'm not too strict are making nervous already but man i i can take it believe me. I don't know about the audience. But i am excited about it not nervous about it but to be diaz any subject that i'm not really Too smart about or to well informed about will make me nervous having the conversation. I hope i can keep up my nervousness. Oh no. I'm sure you can't into okay so i started on it. Just i watch scott adams scott adams the creator of dilbert. He has a podcast trump's about politics persuasion staff. He threw out the basic the elevator pitch argument and i was like well that makes sense and i didn't put much more thought into it. I thought well we can't prove it. Whatever maybe it isn't it isn't And then what got me really into it is. I just started seeing just like overnight seemingly. I started seeing just a thousands of these weird. Like one in a million type coincidences Not the least of which was my book that you mentioned so it my both turning points. I voted in two thousand twelve. I have the copyright. I haven't cooter file. You can see. It was last edited twenty thirteen there ago and There's this guy he ran for office was called deplorable and racially insensitive and there was a new disease. Outbreak nobody'd ever heard of before and and my mother called me one day. I had forgotten about it because the book never went anywhere. You know a few friends and family read it and that was it. I forgot about it and then. Kobe came along and my mother called me. Like you have to do that. Enough to market it again. Like you wrote it like your character was like trump and and coated like wrote it. And so i sent it out to agents again instill no interest and i was like what. What am i missing here like. I wrote the future. And i just kept seeing these coincidences and more and more of the news. What fit my book. And i'm like that's really weird and then just i started noticing. I would think things and then they'd happened in the real world. That's weird and has started putting on facebook and people were just. That's odd and it just it got to the point. I was like okay. I don't like i believe it must be some creator. Call it god call it a teenager in his mom's bedroom playing a video game whatever. It is some creator. I so i was nathan and i know believe in some creator. I don't really care what you call it. Joke for care. Yeah i agree. I i always say you know my position is i think there is some intelligent force behind. What will the reality we experience. But i'm not Intelligent enough or well. Enough informed to guest in nature of of that being is so i. I'm curious i'll before ever curious. I guess maybe. If i dial find out i don't if i should say when i dial out maybe not maybe not right right right yes so i mean i do find it. Strange winston people pu pull the idea of god or even get mad like religious people. Were kind of saying the same thing guys right well. We astonishing that to me that you make the connection between coincidence because this is something i've said probably a million times. I started this podcast. Is i stop believing in coincidences. With the with the podcast. Now here we go this week and as you know and most people who listen to podcasts should know When i have guests. I love him to pick their own dates. I don't. I don't say i don't say you know. Be on april. Whatever today's they will. I say that i basically say this is what's available. Here's the calendar. Pick a date of this. Didn't work out for you. We had platt plan once before and we had to postpone it until tonight now today. I had a preacher on a minister. Who is part of the original book about adventist church and that may seem like it's not. It has nothing to do with this. But he he. We were talking about You know theology and the meaning of a reality that we experience and then tomorrow after this program. I have a minister on who is talking about. He's written a book called Robotic persons and it's about ai and how robots are an absolute. This is a minister who's a c. All theologian who is Saying that robots part of our future and we need to incorporate a plan for social integration and think of them as persons and at some point they are going to have a morality and ethics as well. That's kind of interesting kinda ties into simulation theory. In a way and then i wanted to counter and my next guest is a guy who has written a book about ai and robotics Saying that we don't need to be fearful of You know how the fear about robotics and ai and intelligence bleeding into our lives is the fear is overblown and we need to address it in reality in to reality and it's already here was alexa and all it's done stuff something that's too much in one day to be a coincidence. Yeah i tried to catalogue them for a while and it just got to be too many when especially when you're looking for like i got into the mindset of looking for him everywhere and it was just like a thousand a day like i can't even and i just kind of gave up after a while. So what about the coincidence though leads you to think it's tied to simulation theory as opposed to some other kind of force. Well i don't know. I'd i am not saying it is a computer program i just. I came to the conclusion that it was some creator. Some all powerful to us thing. And i thought soon elation seemed the likely just given that we again we are getting more powerful where you know the theologian were saying. We'll be able to create. These is in have morality and it just seems most likely that within possibly within our lifetimes maybe maybe a few more decades after that we'll be able to create things like that right just computing will be able to create things that think and feel like they are in their universe though we created them so i was just like well. That seems the most likely. But maybe it's god maybe it's something we can't even fathom with our little human brains. I don't know. Yeah that's a that's a problem What can we understand now. I have a friend who i met. Somebody know from online from doing online. And i'm a fan fan of a couple of podcasts. Is on by me to switch channel now. I i don't know if you're familiar with twitch but twits seems to be a place where mostly by people who play games and other people watch them play games live which is to me as strange but this guy who i follow. Here's an even play games doing a grand theft auto when versions of that. But he's not really playing it. He's just taking cab rights and how can't write from one place to another and occupy and drinking and hanging out with his friends while he's taking cab rights but it's so i watched it for a while and this is as close to reality is i've ever seen a computer. I mean it feels like you're watching a movie. Not but the question. I have is from that experience. That's a simulation that was created by man but we see the actions. We're not inside the head of the character or reading it's thoughts so that that part of it we all have individual thoughts is that in your mind is that pot had a simulation Very deal with the fact that we have individual thoughts that can't be necessarily Noticed from the outset from the outside perspective. I can see your actions in other words. But i can't see your thoughts or any any insight into where they have. They rationalized that now. How explain it. Well i'll tell you in my life. I've noticed lately so many times. When i've been thinking something that happened like all just think of my ex wife who i don't think often and who i don't talk too often and then she'll call me Just yesterday this is funny. One i was thinking of a very attractive black woman. I met on tinder mashed on tinder. And i was thinking about. You know i should message church. She's she's coming up. And when when i thought that right one second later so people at the grocery store said they were going to get some food. That was flavored black cherry. So i'm thinking of getting some blackjack and they said you're sorry for the crew joke but a stuff like that so my thought it. It seems like something is putting thoughts into my head. And i don't know so i'll have things like that and i'll think of song lyrics by a restaurant with the same words it as the song lyrics and that sort of thing all the time. It seems like something's putting thoughts into my head. Maybe i'm just noticing it. I've so prime to my brain to notice those types of things that i don't know right. Well have you express that feeling who people who are might become skeptical cynical yet. What what's your reaction to reactions one from the people who believe in the simulation here in like oh. Yeah that's how it works. And they don't even notice. Mike less interesting and then the people who aren't into it just pass it off his crazy or or as you know they can't get their brain around it so i don't get much reaction from either side which is interesting. That is interesting. Because i know psychology psychiatry would think it's pretty unhealthy to to think those kinds of thoughts It's almost like And and part of the diagnosis used to be for an whatever. And i don't even know what the diagnosis would be sessions. But part of the the pathology of thinking the radio or television is specifically talking to you as kind of an extension of that and they would say that that's It's a sign of schizophrenia. Actually i know. I know i don't i don't think it is necessarily that. It's just i. It's has become mildly amusing. When i noticed something like that. I'm like oh there's another coincidence right now. I'm not saying. I think it schizophrenia. I i would disagree with them. Because i think it's quite a natural thing for for people to make those kind of connections especially when things like i again. I stop believing coincidence but things that look like coincidence. Seemed like overpowering commend coincidence. I think it's a natural Human condition to kind of think. Those kind of thoughts. I have so i don't agree with psychiatry but i know that that's something that they i don't wanna say preach but preach and so when when i hear that i think wow for them to kind of just act nonchalantly i i'm surprised. We don't seem more kick-back towards this stuff from these psychiatric community. I guess is what i'm trying to say know. Maybe it has more social acceptance because there are high profile scientists talking about it. Maybe that's why. I don't know i agree with you. I hesitate a little bit to say although adjusted say live here for exactly that reason and you know i don't. I don't think it is like the people talking to me. I don't think people on the radio or the grocery store talking about. But i do notice the coincidence and i kind of chuckle at it. Like it's funny and it's it's It's i would think if you ask a general question without saying it's about simulation theory or anything just put out a question to social media about how many people have heard a song on the radio that had extremely important meeting at a time where It seemed like too much of a coincidence for that song to just be on the radio. At that time. I think most people at they probably ninety a percent or more would probably say that they've had that experience so There's something that consider with. All of the stuff i mean. Yeah yeah yeah yeah So with Interacting with people online about this stuff Tend to kind of think. And it's wrong but we kinda lump a lot of these things together and so The flatters people Coming in a do you fall. 'cause i see them really angry about simulation at least the ones i've talked to really yet they're angry about a lot of things but but this one in particular i i do not i do not believe in the flat earth i mean i haven't looked into that much i've i've seen video and in my own life of ships coming over the horizon as if the world is curves that was enough for me to believe world's curved around our cyril roughly spherical I didn't know they had any strong opinion on this relationship. I don't even follow this stuff. That much i believe in it like i said because i found it enough coincidences that i believe him. Some creator and i thought simulation seems most likely that was really the extent late for me right But now it's surprising to me that they are. They have a problem with the too because part of the theory is basic glass dome over and the son isn't real. Son is a light that this that the creator is moving around in certain ways but the idea that were some because i think simulation requires a program which means that we don't have free will anymore you get and that part is that part is off putting the people to think that everything we do is beyond control and nothing. We have none of our decisions really matter. Then because they've been program by by a creator right What do you think about that situation. People do debate that that. That was very off. Putting to me. When i when i started kicking around in the old noggin it was. It was very strange because it it seemed like it from the coincidences. It seems to me. Like i did not like it was preprogrammed as you say and that was very off putting but now i don't know i mean it still feels like i have free will still feels the same. You know. we're just feels like. I have accepted that. There is something you know. I don't think it's a really. I don't think my view. Is that different from god from hell religious people if you'd since her ever but the the free wolfing it was off putting i mean when i was going through the right so What was your background grow. I mean be prior to this kind of thinking that Simulation theory where you raised in a family of faith or or any kind of faith. Yeah i went to lutheran church at even went to school in the church for a few years and they weren't super hardcore about it but i'm relatively into a on distributed away from it no dig traumatic thing just got me. I considered myself in atheist. As an adult. I was actually a a detail. Vine ran for a while. She was super hardcore. Easiest and i was relatively hardcore anti-religion for a while and then again i started seeing this stuff and i was like i don't believe anymore. Is it something like say. And just you know i'm i'm open to god. I'm open to whatever. I just don't believe in eighty as previously thought of it in more whatever that means. I don't know if you're hoping for super hardcore advocate to no nah. I'm hoping for anything i'm trying. I'm hope i'm hoping to actually learn something. That's all a mess. My entire goal stuff now. Let's talk a little bit about your book and first of all is the first book that you've written will have the written others. That's the first and only one. I wrote it back in twenty twelve. Like i said i that was when i was big into grand. Actually i was trying to challenge her. So it's it has some of her influence in its. I was trying to challenge her. Because i didn't when i was first getting into her. I didn't see what i thought. Were good challenges to her. So that was part of my goal and it was partially to Be as sort of empathy test for people who had kind of extreme characters that people would either love or hate and then the ending could change that view totally so you could. Totally view the protagonists. Haven't been good or bad Depending on how you interpret the ending sort of thing got the ending. The death of the west has to do with the disease and the disease destroys the west more than the third world and after a rich countries. Have been kinda pampered. We'd reviews antibacterial sin and things of that nature which is interesting given covert and all that stuff So my mom came up with this the that she was a nurse. I just lost you for a second. you hear me. Yeah i was trying to pull the book out and pulled you out. Sorry about that. Last thing we heard was your mom is a nurse. My mom's nurse and so she saw people some people will go into a hospital for the tiniest little thing asked for Drugs for the littlest thing. And she said you know man. The third world is going to overtake us because we're going to weaken our immune system so much that we overuse stuff and she said. I should write a book about that. That's a good book idea. And so i ran with that twenty years later as gonna write a book about And so i wrote it in two thousand twelve and copyrighted in like. I said i couldn't get any agents interested and forgot about it. Then co it happened in english do it again and i sent it out to agents and i got a couple of little nibbles and most of them. Just didn't didn't even pay any attention. Like how covance happening not well To the listener. It probably sounds amazing to me. I'm not that surprised because i've had other guests on one who had Did a movie about the pandemic that premiered in Well had its first premier ak permitted several times. But has i for in february of twenty twenty white as colder with spiking and it was all about the pandemic and very similarly mexico and then had somebody else who wrote a book abasse about a fictional pandemic taking place and they had to publish themselves because Company in this was after co would start. It's so. I don't know why why there's a reluctance to get. I guess maybe they don't want to feel like they're cashing in on on tragedy. I don't know but it doesn't surprise me that you've run into the same thing because the third in a row now Very interesting stuff So With the book and i did not find out about until yesterday as we were talking on facebook so I did not put it in a description. De what at the lincoln amazon kindle format amazon. Should i do that absolutely. I can send it to you after the show or i abbot already. It's it's here in in the banner. I just didn't know about that. So i put it in the description making for people as a quick link. That's examining so people. I didn't know again why we didn't even know about the book until yesterday. I think you did mention it. But i didn't see the connection when when you were mentioning the books happened for for you. Now and i hope people will check it out Have you have you had any success with at least getting some feedback from people positive feedback about the book. I mean you say friends and family. I've been marketing on twitter. And i mean not that. Many people read novels them and nowadays. And i you know it's the the main character sounds a lot like trump. He's out of office nat so and that confuses me to how your mom had to remind you because to me I don't think i would forget. I wrote a book. That sounds exactly like what's going on in the world right now. Not forget i had. I had stopped paying attention to the news. Honestly because it just drove me crazy after while politics stuff was so nuts. Use an overused term nowadays And so i didn't even notice the covid stuff. It was early early in the code stuff as she told me about it. 'cause she still watches the news like hours a day and so it was early. Twenty twenty i guess and i. I hadn't even noticed. And and so she just reminded me while So with the covert thing. That's another part of this. Coincidence is the last program before all of this stuff. I had williams sergeant on. Who's a nova consultant. Talking about the Argenteuil covid and that it might have been here a slightly longer than we know. Know about but He's concerned that it doesn't seem to be a natural thing. And we were talking about the lab leak theory And why the media was in a rush to debunk Or quarterback lab wake of false and most of it probably has to do with because donald trump said something about it. I there's no question in my mind but Other than that. I think there was some agenda by scientists who work in the field of gain of function research that they make their money off of this stuff in the last thing they wanna think is the work they do can be a danger to the world and so let's not do that work anymore. Because they have a reason to protect that were. What are your thoughts on. The whole covid lab linking Or whether it was it is it a natural occurrence a virus. What will you got any ideas on it. You know i. I was big into what most people call conspirists for a while. I have heard that. I am open to it. I regret that. I have not lay. It was just before. Kobe came about when i kinda stopped paying attention to the news just because it it caused such trouble in my family i should get back into it So i don't. I don't have any intelligence discussion on on one side or the other but i'm open open to my parents pull their hair out. Yeah on the d. c. any conspiracy theory Since you brought up about related to simulation theory any way of it being like some kind of conspiracy or conspiratorial type of been keeping secrets from us in the united stuff you just went black. Consider you're talking about conspiracy in my. This is why. I was big into the surveillance state stuff and i'll tell you when i first started noticing the coincidences man. I i my mind. Went to that. And i was like doing this like i'm a nobody like i am what what is going on and there was one interesting. One of the interesting coincidence is one day. Was i had a car accident a few years back and i had a you know the rectangle cars like the perfectly rectangular cars and and i was noticing these weird things and talk about it in my car and then one day there was another. It was a two thousand six models. It's an old car and another one of the probably the only other one in my little town. I lived in had been in an accident. And i said in my car like off with a car accident or something and then i was delivering for door. Dash in my next delivery was for mcdonald's and there was a hearse in the drive through. After i said that knows what is going so for a while i was like it can't be that but my previous cia is out to get me. Mind would have led to that. And i was just thinking what the heck is going on. So i don't see. I mean i think probably there's a mindset of the conspiracy people that would probably be open to the to the simulation argument just because it's kind of outside of the box and i think people who are willing to think crazy stuff would be more likely to get into it right natan. I could see that and also the stuff can make you a little bit paranoid now. vis tends to make me think that there's something to what you just said about the coincidences stuff. We know that social media and like facebook and Other ad because that's essentially what they are have figured out a way to Sniffy browser see where you go and present you with ads based on what you're what you're browsing. History is but where it gets a little funky in that. Nobody people think they're sent. you know. Say sound crazy when they say this stuff is if i'm just having a conversation with somebody and some people think alexa or serious is fine on him and i just mentioned something in an ad pops up but then even beyond that. There have been times when i just had a thought about something on facebook and all of a sudden. I'm seeing ads about it. And it's like that's that's beyond. There's no technology that we know they can track my thoughts. At least i hope not So that that tends to make me think this there's something to that have you had that similar experience oh guess constantly Yeah yeah and. I'll be thinking of something and i'll have any male pop up you know about that. Figure my ex wife and she'll call me that sort of thing. That's that's the biggest thing for me that makes me believe in whatever you know god's relation whatever you wanna call it But i can't prove that because it's my thoughts right like you were saying you know So yeah all the time. All the time i get that sort of thing. I'm wondering if anybody in the audience if you're in the audience tonight you want wanna write to me or joint coming in. Join the Chat room and let me know. If you've had that experience i would. I would think probably more common than can freak out can give you that henry hill expanse where you're driving around in the helicopter. I'm like yeah like you feel paranoid about it. And i know i know it's happened to me. At at the moment. I stopped to think. Well maybe i'm just like my imagination. Run away with me here but the more it happens the more you start to think there's something to this You know. I i and it would be great to have an experiment to have a thought experiment get on facebook and twitter and get people in our focus group and that people just think about things. He the ads change. We can document something like that yet. One of the craziest ones to me was i was i had a. I had submitted an apartment that i wasn't supposed to let it and i was trying to get one of attendance alex because she hadn't paid and i was on the phone with her in a restaurant who's doing dash and right as i said that moment that i said okay i'll give you another chance. There was an amber alert in the restaurant. I was in. Everyone's phone exploded. louis. Playing the nanosecond. I said okay. I'll give you another chance. And i was like this was after. A few months of the weird coincidence is like okay. Okay okay god simulation. i won't give her czar. Yeah and so. How do you make sense of something like that. And i'm wondering. How do we make sense of that now. the guy. I'm having on tomorrow talking. 'bout robotic persons is book and he's a theologian and and so you would think he'd be against this idea but he's his take. It's an inevitable so how do we. How do we make the most of a. i. And what and again i. It's not specifically related to directly related to simulation theory. But in a way all stuff is based on artificial intelligence and and so He's talking about the three areas. Word us is work. War insects And obviously war is simple one sending robots into war or having but at that point we become god right exactly. My my general view of simulation is that there was probably some originals species whatever created by who knows god whatever you wanna call it right and if they created this as kind of a teaching tool type of thing to teach his show their history psychology. You know whatever you wanna call it the history of species evolution however it happened right and then met simulation created another one grin as for the same reason right so you know maybe we are some rough approximation of the original and so maybe religion fits in. I mean maybe jesus was really son of god back in the original and we're the re simulated him roughly as he was. Maybe muhammed right now. so With the sex thing. I don't know about that if i don't know how sex robots hidden There are sexual by no. They are more prevalent than than you. And i have because i found out because of this program because i had a couple of guys on zach. Wise men and dylan. I'm sorry i'm forgetting your last name. But they they have a podcast Basically it's called to nobody's but it's the idea. Is their customer support. Line at a sex work a sex robot factory. And i like wow that and it's a twenty. Four seven hotline. I was like wow. That's strange that there would exchange concept that there would be enough sex robots to keep a support line busy twenty four seven so i looked into it. There are I believe the two hundred thousand sex robots Sold every month in the united states. I had no idea two hundred thousand every month. So i mean so you know do through the masters one point four million a year. That's pretty quick population growth for sex robots. Yes so part of that you know. He's right about that will be part of a. I can't imagine listen i. I'm no prude. But i just can't. I just can't imagine how that would be a satisfying thing. I'm old but it seems to me like it would be maybe a few times and then you'd get over it like maybe for the novelty like show your friends like hey look what i doubt and then get over it and want to go back to human but again i'm getting up there to you know i'm forty so yeah so so the idea that it's it's going to better humanity in some way. Are you an optimist in in any way about the future. I mean i know you have a child and I want one but so you have to at least try to hold onto some optimism when you have a child. Don't you have to try a that sort of thing. I think will go away. I mean about the simulation in the ai. Stuff i start to. I more and more feel like the old. Get off my lawn. Like the world's going the hell is going to hell in a handbasket basket staying and i have to. I have to fight it increasingly as i get older. 'cause i'm becoming that curmudgeon. Were unlike man. The world's gonna hell you know sort of saying why was more of komo module. When i was younger. I think as i approached sixty i started to kind of think you know what i gotta softened up a little bit i was but i think at forty. I was a where you are now. I was dead old. I was clint eastwood in grand jury. No they're you know basically stanton sitting on the porch shrink and being screaming get off my lawn co it hit right at my crisis i already have major life issues for a couple years and then code hit and i'm like your frigging kidding me. So maybe i'm getting passed over the hump now Maybe i start him. I had my first midlife crisis at twenty and then another one. Thirty one forty and another one fifty when i got to sixty as like You know what. I gotta light up. I should be thankful because so many of my friends are dead. And i know so. Many people didn't make it to six agents lost another one the other day fifty nine i believe he was so You know you gotta be grateful at some point that you survived. Now we're talking about origins and stuff lately. There has been an increase in information or perhaps disinformation around aliens from our pentagon from the united states. pentagon The thinks they bat field of study has anything to do with simulation theory. I think there are probably aliens on other planets. I think they have probably been to earth. I i'm not. That's not a hill. I'm gonna die on. I'm not gonna that my life on it. But i think promptly i think our government probably knows something I i've heard various theories about why they wouldn't Talent you know. Of course the classic is they don't wanna freak people out. I've heard that he know. The saudis don't have technology that would put oil out of business and the saudis blackmail are people into not doing that for that reason. Who knows i mean from simulation point of view. Why would you create this giant university not populated with anyone else. I would think i mean we have. How many stars don't even know how many planets trojans island you know i don't think they can count You know they can estimate but they can't really say for sure how many planets out there but there too many to to Think that it's still. Why would you have stainton. Just just so. We can look pretty stars in this guy. i don't know it's just. It's silly not part of the theory and one of many theories i should say about is that You know the whole ancient alien stuff. It's at bay Came to earth to speed up jump or give a kick start to evolution in a lot of ways and sped it up to the point and now they just come back to check on us which it does kind of play into the simulation theory in the idea that will replacing traditional idea of the old man in the clouds god Who made us in his image with this. A scientific re rendering of our thought process of what god may be so i think that similarity between alien conjecture and relation conjecture you get that i do. I do yeah yeah Have you ever had any Paranormal experiences of coincidence that you can't explain it now. Not not that not that. I'm aware of in one time. I had a dream where i came up like levitated off my off my mattress and saw light out the window and then when i woke up just for just a second i was like that was a dream right. I'm ninety nine percent. sure it was. It was just one of those weird half a wing half-asleep sleep. I think that's a common dream. I i've never had that particular one. But i i've heard stories of that deal delimitation dream. A many people have so. Yeah i don't think. I don't think i would necessarily classify that as a paranormal experience expand. I've just trying to gauge like. Because all who am. I know exactly where where you come from. Or what it takes to develop the open mr this because again. I know people who listen. I started interviewing paranormal investigator and people in the field. Thirty five years ago when i know some of them who are skeptical or cynical about simulation and i think a lot so strange that you can be open to big foot you can be open to alliens could be open to the frigging east of money. But if i buy mentioned simulation theory matrix type of idea that you know this all could be like a part of a elaborate computer program. That's put you off in a stretcher. Set down your open mind just a very unusual phenomenon to me that people were open minded about most things. Get close minded about this. That is that that's interesting. Like just has thinking about simulation people hitting the idea of religion. I'm like well why it is interesting. How people will be open to some things and not others now. One of the one of the not paranormal. But i was watching scott adams again one day and he's told about a recurring dream he had about flying. He'd fly stream fly around and it was great but he said always it happened in the dreamer. He would tell other people and other people would see him and nobody would care and digital again whenever you're flying and he's like don't you see flying and then literally. I went outside right after that episode. I saw a leaf spinning floating. It looked like it was floating in the air. It was on a spiderweb viral. Right right after he said about the the flying nobody cared. I videotaped it and in the video. It looks like it's just floating stanton and this is another one of those. Interesting instance does not normal right. When i was a kid. I all i. i mean. very lucid and real feeling dream than i knew. It was a dream but i also felt i was in control of it but the flying dream was part of my experience often as a child. I outgrew it at some point. And i'm the stylistic for it because i remember every time as a kid i woke up with that i woke up believing in magic and believing i could fly it somewhere. I knew i. It was possible. If i could just figure out and get back to my dream and figure out how to make it work again and but at some point in guatemala with the sadness that i love to have it back again looks like we have some comments. Let's see what somebody Keener same do i believe. Do i believe that. God is an alien. Well we're kind of trying to figure that out tina. I don't know i again. You know i my my fallback position is i'm too stupid to know the the The were making the nature of god. What is what has got all about. But i believe there is something out there whether it's alien whether it's a teenager in his mom's basement with a laptop. I don't know that's why we're having this discussion When when did you first hear about simulation theory you know. When would that have been of late. Twentieth nineteen probably probably on again. As i got out mentioned it and i thought i was instantly open to the idea kind of make sense but you know who neil bostrom is. He's the first one. He came up with a nice yeah. He's one of the physicist. I've invited on the program and he's Gave me a maybe later. These the closest. I've got to may be and i was so excited about getting a maybe later from him And i'm hoping to get him on. I don't know why there's such reluctance or So many people shy about talking about it on podcast. Maybe they feel like the medium itself is not not taken seriously and they want to be taking like Seriously in the academic world and this kind of exposure is probably not good forgetting. Peer reviews up. That's the yeah could be could be. I'm not the best explainer of it on non-euro status. What do you do. If you don't mind me asking what do you do for. What is your profession. Well right now. I'm doing grow. I have an engineering degree. I was an engineer. I got laid off. I lived in las vegas and i got laid off in housing bust of those seven to nine and The helping us hit. They especially are and i just couldn't find a job in the field for years and i applied for jobs couldn't for years and then now i've been out of field for years so i recently moved family story and i also have a paralegal certificate not been flying paralegal jobs. And unfortunately i finish that. Merb'ys cova hit and i couldn't get certified because my test was delayed. Really got certified and that so hopefully. It will be a paralegal in the near future. Malcolm i deliver grow. I'm just thinking maybe we should bury this interview until after joe. Somebody brought that up to the other day. I was on facebook and somebody Brought up a meam mainland. Be safe and it basically Basically when you go to a job interview and they pull up your facebook page like oh i. Maybe i should have said some of that stuff love. I don't know i'll tell them I i don't know if they're fans of yours. I don't know if that would help or hurt if they saw you never know. I mean you'd be surprised at how people you don't expect to be open minded are some time and you would expect to be closed. Minded aren't changed my schmidt or something. Or leo papas leo. Had except he's dead. Well that's that's even more clause woman. I'm of reneging. yeah Well actually. I have quite a few sakic's i had gone a couple of days. Ago wasn't yesterday was day before sunday night. Add one and have them on often medium ship the this that. Entertain your thoughts at all idea of spirit world in spir communication. You know. I used to my sister talk about that for years and i would it very harshly in my mind not to her. But i you know back when. I was hardcore atheist. You know. I'm randy. Mr mr rational like and now i'm like hell. No i mean it. It that fits in with the simulation stuff. Maybe the simulation puts give certain people four sites or just gives them story ideas that happened to turn out to be true like idol. Call myself psychic. Wrote the book and was a shot as anybody when coded happen to knows like oh wrote that eight years ago. I'm not the exact thing. yeah Well most psychics would probably suggest people who Use attempt to describe themselves would probably say that book at least and again. I haven't read it but from your description of it With the accuracy down to specific words like deplorables. And all that kind of stuff. And i think it was called the black plague. Two or something. Like that in the book Most psychics were probably say. That's a clear demonstration. Of what have a what they call a pre cognizance You know you know seeing the future But that's because they have a bias. I guess but it definitely seems to suggest What what do you think. The message came from bright about the. Where have you been politically active your whole life in involved in politics. I was pretty hard core into politics for for decades and it. It's i got out of it honestly just got it caused strife in my family and it finally got to the point. Murray was like ripping my family apart. And i just got out of it totally i feel like i should get back into it now without being so intense about it and i think i could but i was pretty hard core so tell me about the process of writing the book. At least from what you can remember to take you a long time and d- remember When you had the thought that i'm going to sit down today and start writing the book Yeah i i mean. I would write about an hour a day every day. After i had done everything worked chores. And everything else in my wife at the time with your to bed. Before i would i would sit there for about an hour day was it was just very Clockwork type thing and I i meant for it to show. How like trouser events would affect people later in life so i wrote it sequentially and then flipped it around so that it starts leonard twenty five years old and then it has flashbacks to win their five retain or fifteen whatever. It shows how those events matched what happened as an adult so things including the disease had been years or decades in the making but it seemed like they were quick turning points sort of So i had them write it to quench only for it to make sense and then flip it around so that at twenty five and then let me go. Find that scene matched up with that and put it in. This chapter has a flashback. Yeah so at the time you writing. You were still an atheist right. Yes so did did you. So you obviously probably. I say obviously probably that doesn't make sense. You probably Did not have any any suggestion. Is that what. I'm writing here is Coming to me from someplace else. Other than your thoughts right. No no no not not at all. Here's interesting part. When at the beginning of my winces as as i call them. I i thought of it is god and i was raised christian so i actually went and got rebaptized as a baptist christian. I went to church and i found it very powerful and very comforting And i got re baptized and early early last year. There's all these winces freaked me out and it was like a knows all my sins cleanse myself and i found it very comforting like i really do recommend jerk. People like i. I went from if he has to. Like wow i really see value witness. These people are crazy. As i may jerk atheist not saying all it use rejects. The i. i've been every everywhere along the spectrum. Several times in my life go from From being a doubter to being a believer to be somewhere in the middle to cursing god A win life is bad. And saying i don't believe in god. But still i'm i'm gonna be mad at god for for the situation that man every place on the map the that i've been so you can't name a belief or disbelief. I haven't you know a year and a half. So yeah over. Yeah i i can relate and but the thing is sometimes when life gets overwhelming. That's when we see people even people who you know they wanna be. They don't want to believe but at some point when things get so duck app no other no other choice. And you you lean back in you know they. The old saying is no atheists in foxholes. I mean that's part of it when you scared shit when you hitting your pants that everybody said please god i get my pants. You know what. I thought today So one thing we've discovered is man's greatest. Fear is not having toilet paper that's it. that's i mean. Think about how over a year ago today. How people were freaking out about the prospect of having to take a dump and not having something soft to wipe your butt first world brown and so it makes all of this talk seem kind of small when when and here's the thing i had friends who were going to apply to be on the show survivor or naked and alone will any of these reality shows where they leave you on your own and last year. This time they were freaking out ordering mass quantities of toilet paper thing. I can get this. We're going to be on survivor. Now you can big of a day without toilet paper may psychic powers. I guess somehow just happens to buy into other paper right before the russian. I never experienced that. I just bought a few of the giant things. And i don't mind my psychic powers. You know so. I missed that whole thing. Somehow i if i were you especially since you have a little bit of a downturn on the Employment stuff find somebody to to to bankroll you to go To either vegas and played a numbers or get active in in the lottery. Pretty quickly because it seems to me. You do have some intuition going on your streak of intuition. We might as well go with it in october and november of last year. For about a month. I did a weird thing of months. Delay coincidences so. I would just take a picture of a weird thing that struck my interest and then a month later comeback and every day for a month. There were some amazing coincidence and you can see it on my facebook. Page like a video clip of a youtuber. I watched when say like. I put something that reminded me of. The movie is line shot and then literally a month later guy. Would he was talking about the election and he said everybody. Everybody's eyes are wide shot. You know that sort of thing. Day after day after day. That type of coincidence and i could catalog it and it was really strange. I'd be a in play the lottery twice. Just a couple of bucks lost. That would be cool. Social media experiment to get a bunch of people. Do that. Because i can relate to that. I've seen that happen. So of an and again. I stop believing in coincidence. Is when i started podcasting because so many times i mean things just line up like that. It's especially in the in the era of you to win showing you video. That's like the facebook thing where i didn't browser not mention it to anybody. I was just thinking it and now it's suggesting videos that are based on what i was thinking about and that. That's that creeps. Me out of bit is really have that much. Power glue on facebook is makes. You wonder well. I'm still curious. And i appreciate your time and coming on here and being a sport about this and and You know again. The first person out of thousands of people. I've talked to try to ask you. Can you come on and talk about simulation theory. You're the first person to actually do it. So thank you very much of that. That's really fascinating i would be. I would be superior to find out why. I really don't know why they wouldn't. I've asked that to an in the groups. And i never get a serious and the only thing i got from neo. Boston was daddy was extremely busy with a lot of requests. I knew he just had a book out. When i i approached him as the idea that i would help them. Try to sell a book. Because you know. I do have some reach on the audio download doing a hundred thousand per episode or damn close to one hundred thousand downloads per episode. So you know that could help sell some books who think somebody who just wrote a book would wanna talk about to the public. I'm excited to be. Thanks for having me. I appreciate it and i hope you do well with the book. If you start to see any action on the book please let me know and And stay in touch. You know where to find me because If we if come up with anything more learning thing i'll be glad to share with you and please if you do to come back and show. It was me and let's do that. Thank you great. Thanks for being on and have a great day. Great night and by now. Thanks for having me. Paul ogilby folks i. The book is called Turning points death of the west by Leo papas which is pending. The link will be in the description to where you can buy the book. I hope you check it out And if you have any insights or questions comments about simulation theory. I'd love to hear your thoughts about particularly about why you think physicists and people who are proponents of the theory a so shy about talking about it in public. That's a program for tonight tomorrow. I wanted Briefly promo what. We've got going on joshua keith smith. Jk smith who is a a theologian minister Who's going to be talking to us about. Robotic person hits book robotic persons about the person who would and what it really mean what person had really means what it means to be human and how socialization with robots will affect our future The interesting thing about Joshua when i when i Google tim justice hank while i got a lot of arrest records and stuff like that so i he was not thankfully not among those people. But you'd be surprised with the name like specifically jiashu keith. Smith pretty specific name. And i came up with a lot of people to work him anyway. you should be a very interesting program at one pm. That'd be banner amazon com and So that's our program tonight questions and comments for me in fort. Mine dot com. I'll see you tomorrow at one band. A map of the mind. Doug be podcast mexico and have a great night part. Maybe now would you an and pink a Listen listen to me.

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I got Jaylen of stop yelling at Stephen do is. We'll get Zach Lowe in here and this coming and we will allow you to argue with him and everyone else about this thing with LeBron ask these fine professional complete. Can you tell them why it's value in the Los Angeles Lakers making the playoffs? Not right now. They can't because we gotta get. Matters. We. To tell you that we're coming to you live from the seaport district. Pier. Seventeen brought to you by chase. And then to tell you the many things coming up this hour including Zion. The Duke blue devils continue to be without them. And what they look like as a little bit of a shell of themselves despite their two healthy lottery. Picks you're going to see it in one minute. We'll tell you what it means. Plus after their worth performance of the season, the Celtics are sinking Jalen, Zach Lowe will try and figure out how to keep them afloat. And our quarterback tells you which quarterback should go number one in this draft at this time, I'm telling you, he's got the right guy. All that. And a whole lot more as we get up with you starting right now. And it starts last night in Blacksburg with number three do ticket on number twenty Virginia Tech again Nozawa Maria tally. You've been basically embedded with do over these last two weeks. So let's all talk about this. Jalen RJ back. The key is can they make shots from the outside in the absence of Zion. And last night the answer was no through Maria have been embedded with the blue devils. The last couple of weeks, I have a proposition. I need you to get out there and make it three points. I'm here for it. Leading the buckets the other way. Here's another attempt by Barrett. No good. He was one of seven in the first after four points and Dupuis down three now down three as we get to the second hand and Barrett. You can't knock them for the outside had taken strong to the whole. And he was good. They're down one later game is tied and look at what these feeding in the corner when they needed big buckets Virginia Tech was getting them from the outside. And they were also getting great plight from this young, man. Carry latch, your what a gate he had. He did terrific greenie attack in the bucket. Playing physical the entire game. Twenty three points ten big rebounds plate forty minutes last night. As you mentioned hope he's up seven Duke not going away two and a half to play. They get a good big performance here for Mark. Lease Bolden plan with four fouls, but still aggressive inside back up and good Duke within two next possession. Barrett. Throw it up. Bolden throw it down game tied at seventy. They came all the way back buzz Williams says hold on to talk this over so out of the time out. What are you gonna call up? How about finding tie outlaw in the corner. I told you they just not down. How love knocking down bigshots when they needed something Duke could not do and suing possession. Here's the shot that want. They're going to get it to reddish in the corner. He's got the look it always seems to find him when they need a big time three whether they were knocked down last night lecture of another rebound. And then on the other end, you see Virginia Tech. They don't get the not down shot here. But there's black shirt with a big offensive rebound. And they're gonna hold on and beat coach K's team. Virginia Tech Winston seventy seven seventy two the celebration was on Duke. Let's talk. Obviously we're used to have on their on. He gives us everything. And we know where we're talk on adjustment without avenue. And I mean day by day. We're we're getting there. You wanna go through things where you don't have to make all these adjustments. But we've had to make a number of them overall. Our kids have done a good job with them. And it just that time of the year where you get worn down our guys played hard, man, they they played hard and toughen day didn't lose Virginia. Virginia Tech one. You know, there's a big difference. Yeah. They Virginia Tech won a tough game. Back the third straight year. Virginia Tech beat them at home Duke now sits game behind Carolina and a half a game behind Virginia and the ACC VPI gives Virginia the best chance to win the conference regular season title in part because Duke and Carolina have to play each other again. So when the absence of having coach K sitting on our set the next best thing I have Maria Taylor who basically has has around dude nonstop for two weeks. So what is your takeaway from what we saw last night? My biggest takeaway in the beginning was we saw RJ bear going back into the locker room. He started the first half one for seven. I'm told that he was nauseous he felt like he might lose his lunch. And then he came back in the second half and shot seven eight completely different. If you have of RJ the entire game feeling healthy. Maybe a different story. I also thought that ultimately Virginia Tech played really well, remember they're playing with Justin Robinson who their starting point guard Goodwin for buzz Williams, but they're going to need more play out of Marquis Bolden. He did have fourteen points. But when you don't have Zay on and you wanna perimeter or an interior presence. Mark has to pick it up and then maybe hit some threes here in freshman. Productivity has lots to do with volume. Usage so without Zion. They were playing will in particular, reddish and RJ beer getting a big numbers against Carolina. They have sixty total points in yesterday's game. They kept those two guys down thirty eight total points, and the thing that really stands out to me. And you talked about them having a couple of ball lottery. Picks in particular first round. Where's Trey Jones? Like he doesn't terrific job defensively. But he struggled visibly mightily to the point where they're leaving him open endearing him to shoot. What I'm just going to say it here. There is one thing that Duke has to be concerned about and I think this applies. Whether there's I on is or isn't on the court, and I brought this up a week ago. And it remains true. And it was a particular factor last night. They can't shoot the three. No team has ever won the national championship shooting the three as badly as they do. And it bit them last night and Maria if they don't knock down three someone's going to beat them in the tournament. But I think the deal is they can't shoot it. I don't think all of a sudden you're going to be able to shoot it. I mean, you might have a guy Alex O'Connell might step up and knock down threes where you might. You might get Jack white to do it every now, and then, but one thing they're not going to be able to do is to rely on it that's not going to be that's not going to be their claim to fame. So whether or not it's going to happen defensively, you might have to lock down a little bit more because you know, you're not going to score as much maybe play like Virginia. They know they're gonna play a game to fifty points. And that's it maybe do has to start thinking in that way. Can you beat six? Good teams in row in twenty one thousand nine the way the game is played today without making three absolutely not because what ends up happening is when you the blue devils. They get a chance to play in theory home games at Carolina during tournament. We'll most they get away from their comfort zone team's gonna play zone for some be perimeter oriented slow the game down and just mentioned not turn the ball over. Then all of a sudden you look up as a one or two possession game. We're less than a minute to go. Then they'll be able to try to get it to cameras if I was able I will say this to time that they face zones. It's been against Virginia. They won both of those games and shot it really well on the road, and then they played against Syracuse. They play zone nonstop in RJ bear it when fourteen for twenty. So they've had success against the zone. They're just they're not gonna shoot you out of the gym. It's not going to have to last time. Jack white made it three. Lynn January twelfth oh, very long time ago. Look on it was tough night for them last night. Again, we'll see where it's going, and we'll have more on that. I wanna get back low in here. So he Jaylen can go at this thing. And let's start with one of the more. Interesting games tonight, actually might have been the most interesting game of the night in the NBA. And there wasn't a particularly good one car era and the Celtics really struggling on the road against the raptors. That's Larry lock ins now not gonna long three rafters are up twelve now Celtics down sixteen and Kyrie is going to be frustrating. It's called for fowl here. Offensive Fallon, Danny green. You like to call that was a poor call, but Kyrie the entire game this interested in the show bought way of productivity was really look here is three for ten seven points. Now the other way turnovers leading to offense. That's why Leonard uncontested really frustrating night for Boston all the way around. Let me show you closing seconds of the first-half. Jason Tatum getting called for an offensive foul. He doesn't like it. He waved with the ref in frustration. So look raptors coach Nick nurse is going to say, hey, TM him up. And that's what happens they do. Ultimately them up. They call sort of a delayed technical there. Tatum is frustrated Brad Stevens your thoughts. So they may have been upset with the officiating. And that's all well, I had nothing to do. With the way this game goes raptors are up eighteen look at Larry to Leonard at says much to easy. Larry eleven assist Leonard twenty one points. Then let me just show you a little slam dunk here from fellow by the name of PASCAL. I five points spicy renounced for him. Raptors win easily won eighteen ninety-five mortis loss of the year for Brad Stevens team. I thought we were just outplayed in every which way. And I don't want to take away from Toronto. But. My thrilled about how we played. No, the reality is that we're taking a lot of shortcuts and not being solid as we have been in the past. We have to be a lot more connected as a team. It's been a theme for a while. Greg just festively Kezman taking shortcuts. It's all to you. See then how do you fix things like that? Up to breath. Mortga said that you guys aren't playing together is that a fair diagnosis. As Mark because the pain is it your respect. Oh boy. That's that's not good Celtics. Consider the favorite in the east entering the season. BPO now says they're not likely to have home-court advantage in any series. Our model gives them a forty six percent chance to be the fifth seed the most likely outcome. Greenie, the Celtics they haven't won since two all star break, but we're waiting right now because we welcome and Zach Lowe. Oh, yeah. You're low. We don't have to get yelled at any has someone to fight with great. Let's just go back to the comments. We hadn't heard in the locker room after the game. Because I feel like there's something there that we're missing a lot of the words about not being connected means something for the way the Celtics are playing right now. I mean, they keep telling on themselves every week. It's Marcus Morris. Marcus smart, did they had they have told us. We're not a happy team. We're not connected to chemistry is bad. It's not a mystery. It's not something that we're making. They are directly telling us not. So many words we have an unhappiness within our team that for whatever reason every time we feel like we've kicked it we go to Philly and we win without kyri. Everyone's happy we have some like this watch the reason, I don't know. I mean, everyone would speculate and we've all speculated that you know, you had all these guys rise up last year. And then they have to go back down into more supporting roles this year with kyri and Hayward back and Hayward hasn't found himself yet. He was surging before the all-star break did not play well last night. And it's you know, it's tricky dynamic. I guess so here's what happens when you add a. Dynamic player. Like Harry urban who's already been an all stars already been a champion. You got to allow him to play to history. And when he's at his maximum is twenty five points around five or six assists. The Boston Celtics when they rolls under brass Stephen starting what Isaiah Thomas they were patience space basketball team open man got the shot. They didn't have one player that was so berry dominant that they relied on to take over Al Horford was leading them in a this. And so now you inverted holiday play into now given the ball Kharian allow him to do his thing and pick and roll because he's so good and solution. Now, everybody else else's stagnated. Therefore, they're unhappy gotten away from there is you go. If one were to sit here at this desk, I dunno week ago. And it's not that he isn't a great player. But that this team is better without Kyrie Irving, and then get yelled, and like crazy, maybe he actually had a point. I I. I wasn't here for that. I got held. I will say this. They like when he sits out in. Danny Ainge has said that that Philly game. I think Danny Ainge went on the radio the next day and said, hey, look when Kevin mckell and Larry Bird, we're out. I loved it. That was more. Trust me. I loved it. They take special pride in. Okay, you're out. And you've been popping off with the media lab, we're going to win without you. But they are not better without him. He is their best player. He is the cry. He is the guy who can get buckets in crunch time that they don't really have. And actually, I don't buy. I don't think he's been like hijacking the offense this year. I think he's played fine. I don't think it's like he's breaking plays all the time and isolating. I think he's played mostly within their ceiling. What's their ceiling is year finals, still you still believe there too? And can go to the phone. You asked me what their ceiling? Well. Yeah, I believe they're they're ceiling is still final. You think? They'll win one round in the playoffs. They're not making it to these conference. And I say this, you know, who we're not talking about it all Indiana is still third right? Indiana has been written out of this discussion. There's still third right now. Philly and Boston are playing each other in the first round. Can you? Imagine the catastrophe of one of those teams losing in the first round if that happens, but but it's going to happen. I mean, that's what not that Indiana's necessarily going to stay there. But the Celtics I wanna stay on this for a minute. We're gonna come back with all morning long here and get to a few more things. I mean, you you told me earlier this morning, this this is not reparable. What's going out the Celtics right now is not reparable? Is that correct? Correct. That's what I'm telling you. Here's why like in team sports. We underestimate under estimate cohesion having a respect for one. Another being willing to sacrifice. Everybody has a role. Do you accept it in Boston right now? That's not happening. When you say that they're better without him. Leonard misses a lot of games. The is have a great record without. But nobody's popping off saying that they like when he misses the game. That's the difference that I see in the Boston Celtics versus the bucks in your books and around the box. But you see that happen a lot. I feel like team sports. The best thing I've ever played on was an undermanned. It was nine people on the team didn't have a lot of sub. So everyone like you said had to do a little bit more. In a little bit extra and everyone feels more valuable, and that's what we've seen with the Celtics without Cairo and have to leave this here for a minute. We've got some football too. But Zack's going to stay with us. We're going to get back to the LeBron thing that had him yelling at people who weren't. But let's get some football. According to Cowboys vice president Steven Jones the team the Cowboys has made its first offer to defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence Dallas has until March fifth to get a multi year deal done with Lawrence before they would have to use the franchise tag on him. If that is the way that it goes into for more perspective on that. And other things. I mean, go live to the side of the combine. That's where Louis Riddick is standing by joins us this morning live morning Lewis. Do you expect that to get done in Dallas? They've got about a week to do it. Know, I really do expect there to be hard push to get this done. What you're talking about a guy who plays a premium position who was put together back to back to spectacular seasons whose twenty six years old. I I mean, there's really no there's nothing that would really prohibit you or rather make you push pause and say, look, we're not gonna put the full court press on to get the Marcus Lawrence done with this guy. Who's one of the most distinctive run defenders in the NFL who plays with the tremendous motor. And then has the ability to not only sack the quarterback, but but produce strip acts. So I think this is one of these things that you have to make a priority. They have a lot of big contracts coming up with players who play premium positions on this football team. And he has to be priority. Number one without a doubt. I Louis them. Let me get back to the quarterbacks. Here we had Dan are Laskey breaking down some tape earlier this morning of Dwayne Haskins. I'd love me do to the same force because there's been so much talk about Kyle Murray, but has remained at least right now the number one quarterback on the board. Yeah. Look Dwayne is one of these guys who in situational football. Which is what we talk about all the time when you're talking about quarterbacks, he really excels. And when you look at the big ten. Championship game. And you look at what he did in a certain situation here on third and twenty this is spectacular. Look. This is third in twenty. You're not supposed to convert this kind of down in distance, especially when a team drops eight in the covered like northwestern. Does here four hundred four there is no way the ball should be able to get twenty plus yards. Let alone. Touchdown. What you see here is Dwayne just using his is to manipulate the benders moved offenders where he wants. So he can hit this route down the sideline and the pump. They could spectacular. Look at this row. All you have to do basically put your hands up is this going to stick right there in your gut, and you're gonna you're going to complete the catch. Those are the kind of things when you watch his tape all year long. He has become very very proficient at not just playing quarterback in throwing the football and showing off his physical skills. But the mental part of his game. The ability to move defenders where he wants in order to create the kind of throwing windows that he needs. And then he can put it where he wants and do not I repeat do not underestimate this kid's athleticism as far as building to navigate the pocket and. Throw on the run. He can do it. All I hope he absolutely blows it up here at the combine as far as the throwing drills are concerned because look as far as I'm concerned when it comes to quarterbacks. You cannot hurt yourself throwing the football here. Everyone knows you're not set up to have your absolute best performance. But what it is? It's a level playing field in the cream rises to the top. And the guys who throw here the top quarterback's throw here usually separate themselves anyway, because they get on the same page with the receivers quickly evaluators who are sitting here in the stands watch how you interact with the other wide receivers. How much you're helping them get on the same page with you all I can do is help you. It's not going to hurt. You people are smart enough to know that it's not the ideal conditions when you go when you throw at your own or your own private workout, those are set up for you to succeed. So really, quite honestly people look at those kind of workouts, and they go. Yeah. We'll no kidding it set up for you just throw here. Dwayne throwing here. I can't wait to see him. Yeah. Me too throw their maybe calamari wheels. Well, should be a really interesting weekend. So well done Louis. Thank you so much. We'll check in with you again. This thing progresses. How we get to the big baseball story of the day today. No not Bryce Harper Nolan. Aw, Manado of the Rockies. Twenty-seven-year-old third baseman was going to be a free agent next season. Now, he's not going to be because he and the team agreed to an eight year extension worth two hundred sixty million dollars the deal as an opt out after the twenty twenty one season the bottom line, he's getting paid. And he is versatile as they come. He's one of four infielders to win at least four Gold Gloves in season with thirty home runs and one hundred RBI's the others, by the way are Mike Schmidt, Johnny bench and this man sitting to my right, and that'd be marked to share up. And so I think a lot of people will look at this. And they'll say well Aren out. I've got that. That has to be great for Bryce Harper has to shoot his price tag way up are those people, right? I don't think they are because for me and for most people in baseball Nolan aeronautical is a better player right now for the next five years. I think Nolan Aaron auto is going to be more consistent. He plays in hitter friendly courts field. So that's going to boost his numbers a little bit. But the thing that differentiates. Erin auto to Bryce Harper for me is he's a six time gold Glover at a premium position. And analytics these days put a lot of value on defense and Bryce Harper's defense is actually below average. And it'll less significant position where you can find a lot more guys who can do. Let me put this graph up here that hembo, gave us because I think it's really interesting fan graphs as metrical dollars. It estimates player value. It's based on the war. They've produced by that measure, our an auto has been worth forty one million dollars more than Bryce Harper has over the last three years here. It is. Well, that's the one that we had up there minute ago. And so I didn't realize that had been up there. So that that's the same. The point is I think that's going to surprise a lot of people are not is the more valuable player. He is. I think people that are casual baseball fans might be surprised, but it's my job to watch these games and evaluate some of these players if you had to if I had to sign one of these players I'd signed Nolan aeronautic every day of the week that doesn't mean Bryce Harper slouch. He's a great player, but near air not said, it's. More consistent and the defense. Huge. If we throw Machado in there too. You're still taking on it's still air NADA. Yeah. Air not. If he wanted to go on the free agent market could have gotten over three hundred million from the Yankees. But he's happy in Colorado. He does. Well, they're he's he's enjoying being the franchise player in a great city like Denver. And look what we've always traditionally seen in baseball. Is you go through arbitration you play it all the way out until you finally get to be a free agent when you're about thirty years old. That's the way it usually works. Obviously Harper Machado got there earlier, and then you sign the long term contract. And that's what the owners don't like. So maybe this is the beginning with guys like Aaron Hickson our and auto signing a year before a little earlier get the bird in hand and not take it all the way. I completely agree because you risk going out to the free agent market. Number one, not getting the deal that you want not getting the big years in big numbers and number two being stuck in a city. You really don't wanna play. I mean, we're all human beings air. Now does a west coast guy, if he goes to the east coast for a little bit more money, what you've been happy, you know? You never know until you get is that what's going on price. Harper. I got twenty seconds. Here is Bryce Harper. That's going to get done today. Tomorrow. I don't think so I just don't think that he wants to take Phillies three hundred plus million dollars. And he might eventually take it. And that's going to be an interesting. I interview in Philly spring training when when those reporters are saying, why didn't you take the money on day one, right? Three months. It took them and take three hundred million dollars from that team. But that's where it winds up going. All right. As we continue. Did you hear what Paul Pierce said about LeBron yesterday? It was stunning. So stunning at Jalen yelling at people who weren't even present. You'll hear it, and we'll get into it was that low and more as we continue, and then NBA teams are likely to tank for guys like this. And it is ruining the sport. It's not the only sport it's ruining. We're going to get into that heavily. Stay with us. Get up ESPN. We have a really good half hour coming your way here on ESPN's get up, and it will begin with an argument. I'm not even gonna bother trying to pretend to be anything else. Lebron James to hear what they said about him on the jump yesterday. Didn't make sense. We'll talk about it and five minutes, then can Aaron Rogers adapt at this stage of his career, Dan Lobski ways in and then at nine forty five eastern, please be with us for a conversation. But what I believe is. Now, the biggest problem in sports, and how we go about solving it that and more next half hour get on ESPN. Let me tell you without Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete Glades since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in skates. Pete practiced and practiced I'm two one day when he was forty seven Pete realized he just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then you heard how Geico proud partner of NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch. So it all worked out. All right. Let's run it back to hanging on Virginia Tech. And remember Duke has not lost on the road yet. But they're playing their second game in a row without that guy. Don, Williamson mild knee sprain that he's dealing with RJ bear might have been dealing with a little bit of an illness going nauseous early. And so we're his three you could see missing their full from three. Again, can't get it to go bare look one for seven and field or all throughout the field and four points in the first half and deeply down three half second half. So things changed a little bit very pulled up and the free throw line. That's good. Can't use the three knockdown to do down three spirit. Again. Let's just take them off the dribble member. He's a left and he's going to his right finishes with his left, and that's good Duke down just one I on love this. We want to see him on the court. Mike walden. The finish is good bear with the thin and mentally. Ultimately various issues with twenty one points finishes, seven four eight in the second half. But it's not quite enough to get the win. They lose seventy seven to seventy two and bear it finishes with twenty one. Not are. They was definitely good inside the art going seven for nine, but he continued to struggle from three he shooting twenty seven percent on threes since I got her compared with thirty four percent before that and bear. It was not the only one that has struggled though, without die on the blue devils were outscoring opponents by more than twenty points per game when John went down, but have been outscored since that point. And there's no surprise then that Duke has dropped two of their last three including the UNC game. Remember, and that was at home in which Diane got hurt. That's as many losses as they had in the first twenty five games this season. Elsewhere. Who are we had? Okay. See and Denver. What was a huge game last night in the Western Conference Wien good teams in jail that fuck about at Thomas. How does it get that one to go raise the backup being productive? I think half the season progresses. He's going to continue to play quality minutes for a Denver Nuggets team. That's going to really high in the west now. No one's playing better minutes with them than that guy. That's Nicola yoga showing the range. They had a thirteen point halftime lead. Now weird sequence. We talked about this at some length earlier. Russell Westbrook on the sideline there is touched from behind by fan. Just sorta reaches out and taps into kid. Russell takes exception to it. He goes over handles it very well very calmly as a conversation with the kid and with his father. He no one. No one is injured. No one hurt. All is. Well, there we talked about a little bit earlier. Anyway, in seconds of the third quarter. That's Paul George throwing up a three and it's good. He would have only twelve points through three in the thunder down thirteen but watch them come storming back in the fourth quarter lead by Paul George watching here in the corner step back. That's good. He finished with twenty five thunder with it ain't and they're not tied at ninety seven. Just six minutes left. Jalen, I thought the range Russell Westbrook. Virtually unstoppable greenie when he knocked down shots from three point one, two points, fourteen rebounds. But then the nuggets when they need it answers. They would find your mom Murray in the corner. Yes, it's back up to and then still in the Ford that Yokich such a good passing. Big man, again, finding an open Murray nuggets a six point lead. Thunder still down six just over minutes ago. Desperation time Westbrook loses it out of bounds. Frustrated thought it was should have been off the other man doesn't make any difference one way or the other. It's going to be too little too late Yokich would lead to a standing ovation from the home crowd as he had thirty six points. Ten boys and nine assists, the nuggets forty two and eighteen their best record ever through sixty games. And VPI says the warriors have an eighty four percent chance to be the one seed in the west meaning we could see thunder nuggets in the conference semis. It. So PPI would give Denver a sixty percent chance to win that series. If they had homecourt advantage in other news. Let's give credit words. Do we talked about? This yesterday DeMarcus cousins got technical for throwing his shoe off the floor in their game the other night. You can't throw anything into the stands. But this was clearly a different circumstance. Let's give credit where do they rescinded the technical yesterday? Jalen, we said they should. And that's exactly what they did credit where it's due to the league office Maria. Well, we got some more news in the west, and let's the Lakers because they're back in action tonight, greedy. And they host the pelicans who just beat them this weekend there type for tenth in the last three games out of the playoffs and yesterday on the jump Paul Pierce said something we haven't heard it's time to sit. Lebron? Following was always shut LeBron down. Why did like no seriously? I mean, he's getting older he has to do too much for them to win. I mean, just looking he puts on a triple double. And they can't win. I mean this imagine if he really goes out and it really exempts himself and that's the goal this season. Now, I mean, this was a wash coming into it. They weren't contending. And when you LeBron James on they weren't continuing from the jump. So that is Paul Pearson's take we got back low back here. And you heard what he said time to sit. Lebron what was your immediate reaction to hearing that no no chance come out so baron, James you spend your whole life in Eastern Conference beaten up on these bad teams coast into the finals year one in the west you hit some adversity. You can't even make the playoffs come on and get on the floor make the playoffs. But they're not. I mean, the point is right. It's not a question of whether he should or shouldn't. They can't they've shown you. They can't they can't beat it Lanta. They can't beat Memphis. They can't beat New Orleans without Anthony Davis the other day at some point when it becomes clear another couple of games if it doesn't turn around, and it becomes clear that not gonna make the playoffs a conveniently timed LeBron re tweaking of his groin would not be the worst idea how about this. So they only three games back from a playoff spot. The teams are headed down the Senate Tonio Spurs struggling the clippers. Don't wanna make the playoffs that they can retain first round pick. They don't want it to go to the Celtics and the Sacramento Kings. Have not been there yet you can't pun on the season when you're still in contention with arguably the best player in the league. That's absurd. I just think that Paul Pierce. His argument is what is the point and making the play offs and being the eighth seed and ultimately plan against the warriors and getting swept that's what I think. And so the bigger picture is the progress that we're trying to make the Lakers organization, we weren't able to get you know, the trade that we wanted. So we didn't get to add the piece that we need to have LeBron. And we're struggling mightily against teams that we shouldn't is there. Some the point the point is you've been an embarrassment for five years. You're the star est. Glitziest franchisee. You're the Los Angeles Lakers. And you get LeBron James on your team you need to make the playoffs. Like this. The whole point of this is like you need to get back. Get centerstage plans, you're the Lakers if you were talking about the grizzlies or something I could get it. This is the Lakers. But what is the answer to her question? It's a legitimate question. Still trade Olympic guys. Anyway, none of them are going to be there. If you have your way next year, so. So it's not like getting them any meaningful experience if they get it. It's going to be for another team guys they signed on one year contracts all going to be gone. What are they actually gaining by making? If they will first of all you could increase trade value if they play well in the playoffs or discover some new stuff about, hey, maybe these guys have a little more fortitude than we're giving them credit for number two as Jalen just said, it's not out of the realm of possibility. If all the issues, you said about all the bad losses totally fair if they got hot it's not out of the room that they could get to seven. And if you get to seven your worlds, a little remember, let's just point out. The fact that Jalen said the Lakers will not make the playoffs on it from the beginning. It will not make it. So with that in mind playing LeBron James where plan LeBron James because he's your best player. And he's the God is here to set the culture the other night in Memphis. There were some shots where I felt like LeBron James settled low percentage players that he doesn't normally make on defense. He was non-existent she'll mode effort wasn't there. The enthusiasm. Wasn't there? You want LeBron James to be the heart and soul of your basketball team? If you take that away, it becomes a disaster. You you become a team that now your home fans starts to boot. You don't want that with your squad. And I think it is already tiptoeing towards being a disaster. I bet news for the folks in LA, by the way, you're gonna see them tonight on ESPN. We got a Wednesday doubleheader. These are really good games. It starts in Boston. Great point guard matchup between kyri and the Celtics Dame Lillard and the blazers. And then we go to Staples Center. Lebron the Lakers taking on the pelicans what's going to happen with Anthony Davis. Our coverage begins with NBA can't down seven on ESPN. And it's on the ESPN app. Shale fires. Here's a chip. So that was last year. What is this year hold the Astros at yankee's right now? The best odds to win the World Series. They vote six to one according to the west gate last year's World Series teams, the dodgers and Red Sox seven to one odds to do. So. And so as Marta Shera is back with us again, you know, the ninety percent of the baseball conversation on the national level centered on the two guys Harper and Machado, and where would they wind up going? So let's can't you up on. We're gonna call. These sneaky big stories things, you may have missed that are actually very significant around the sport the floor is yours Mark to show. There's actually another off season this year. Major league baseball not just Harper Machado. And for me, I think the off season started in my eyes with the Mets bring in Brody van wagon as the outside of the box of GM. This guy's an agent. This is never happened before in baseball. But you bring in Robinson. Oh, you bring Edwin d as you still have Syndergaard. You still have to Graham, and you still have Zack Wheeler the Mets can make a move this season and get into the playoffs. I like that very much. What's? Next. What's next for me? Is the cubs for the cubs in what they've been the last few years had a bad off season. Their fans are going all over the place. Why didn't you sign somebody the reason they didn't sign somebody? They had fifty three million dollars in Jason Heyward in. Darvish and Tyler Chatwin. They'd have any money to spend and pagoda is expecting them their projection last place in the NFL central which is ridiculous. I saw that it stoning considering how much talent they have next in that same division cardinals. The cardinals have taken over the cubs. I mean, I truly believe that the Paul Goldschmidt signing was the best move of the entire off season. This guy's a stud. He's a free agent year. He's going to go out have a huge year for the cardinals. You bring an Andrew Miller who went healthy is the most dominant left handed reliever in all of baseball. The cardinals has some good young talent. They brought in they fired Mike Metheny last year. They went on and won a whole bunch of games at the end of the season almost made the playoffs last year. And then finally gang keys Red Sox. The Yankees are have overtaken the Red Sox. We brought in James Paxton, it'd be to be the number two guy. They brought back. Jay hap-. You're going to get a better year from Gary Sanchez, if Aaron judge stays healthy if Giancarlo Stanton stays healthy, they're going to be better. And I base last year. It was a disaster. Until void came in. If all those guys get better, the Yankees will be better than the Red Sox and they're going to win the World Series and going to win that series says Marta, Sharon, and we're not even in March well done sportscenter tonight six eastern after PTI sage in Kevin looking ahead to pelicans. And Lakers inside the turmoil of Anthony Davis. Todd mcshay is most important players to watch at the combine and Trevor Lawrence leaves Clemson into their first spring practice. What center six eastern on ESPN and the ESPN app Maria anything is going to look a little bit different for between Bay Packers because the Packers and Aaron Rodgers have a brand new coach after Matt leflore was brought in this off season to shake up the offense just a little bit and on Tuesdays Packers president Mark murky said it's time for Aaron Rodgers to embrace changes. Let's actually take a look at the exact quote them. He has to embrace change. And I think he is I hope he adopts. Well, I'm excited, and I know that he's excited as all excited. Dan, Lawson's here to help us unpack some of the things that we're seeing and hearing. And give us some context. Just how much change you know, we're going to see Aaron Rodgers how to brace. This is the greatest challenge or adversity that Rogers ever faced career. I mean, we gotta remember that he's been with Mike McCarthy who they fired last year his whole career in Green Bay for thirteen plus years, and this is not an organization that's been a part of change. I mean, he had Donald driver as a receiver with their eight years. Greg Jenin's there for nine years Jordy Nelson there for nine years Cobb there for eight years because gone, and so this is not a place or player who's been used to change. This is a stable organization. So now, you've got a new coach new voice, you've got a new system or scheme. You got all new players something he's never literally never experienced before as a pro. And so this is going to be a huge challenge for him. Not only like literally on the field. But just going to work every day. You've got new voices new people. How does your what's your schedule? Like, what's our meeting's going to be like you hear met leflore and he wants to be an every single quarterback meeting. That's a challenge for people. You can look at a one of two ways. Oh, right. You can look at it. As this is going to be a challenge or a fresh start for someone who had times looked like maybe he needed, and I've been outspoken thinking that I really liked this new start. But there are this doesn't mean it's going to be a no brainer. Because again, you've as a thirty five thirty six year old guy who's never experienced it. We all know as an adult you don't really want to change stuff. And so this is like totally doing something your whole life one way. And then, hey, we're going to do it this way now. And so that's going to be the mix like not leflore wants to do stuff this way, but areas going to big bro, I've been pretty successful doing it this way, it's got to be really really healthy and compromising marriage. Interesting to see what they do in free agency as well. The name Levy on bells been kicked around a good deal as we continue. You know, that there are a lot of NBA teams out there. They're not trying for Zion and all sorts of tanking. I'm going to tell you the biggest problem with taking in a moment. Stay with us for the discussion. Tanking is a scourge. It is an insult to the integrity of sports, and to the dedication of the fans, and it is an almost all cases the right thing to do. I cannot reasonably blame any team that cannot reasonably expect to win a championship for trying to lose. Because right now losing big is the second best thing you can do in sports that needs to change. You know that it's a problem in basketball. Did you know what might actually be killing baseball? Let me give you some numbers last year. Eight teams lost at least ninety five games. That's the most ever. That's the reason that three teams in the American League one hundred that had never happened before those things are obviously tied together. The Red Sox went sixteen and three against the Orioles who shamelessly lost one hundred fifteen games. The Indians won the central by going twenty two games over five hundred inside the division. They were under five hundred against everyone else. It is madness. But it works the cubs lost to. And eighty six games in Rio. Epsteins first three years. The Astros lost one hundred games in three straight seasons. One of them. Their entire payroll was twenty six million dollars. Now, you may say look at those teams now. Yes. But what about the cost to sport all of these meaningless games have had an impact in the last decade attendance has dipped by nearly ten million fans. So we can talk about pitch clocks and reliever usage and replay in strike zone enforcement and all of those things maybe they aren't the problem. Maybe fans didn't stop coming because the game is taking too long. Maybe they stopped coming because they're team isn't trying to win. That's what I think. Let me take this to the table. And I got a good array of opinion here from people in different sports number different sports, play the textile start with you because it's baseball, and it comes from where you come from do you view this as the problem? I've you it as I do think it's a problem in baseball. You're the Red Sox last year. Best even baseball won the World Series two hundred and twenty million dollar payroll. The Orioles one hundred and fifteen losses. Sixteen million dollar payroll. In baseball. You can have these wide ranges of what you can spend. So teams can literally just trade. Everybody away not spend anything and have the worst team in baseball. Look at what the Orioles and the Marlins are going to draw this year and attendance, it's going to be awful. And that's the problem that you're talking about fan bases are getting completely alienated by this tanking Accu had a really fascinating take on this in basketball as far as the draft. Everyone's not trying resign. And I've been trying to figure out ways for years to redo the draft and to give the league credit. They've made some changes in the lottery. So the bottom three teams all have the same chance that isn't solving the problem. You had an interesting look at this a couple of years ago about a way they could maybe completely revamped the system. Yeah. The assistant general manager of the Celtics Meigs Erin proposed an idea called the wheel where teams cycle through the thirty draft spots in. This is a basic explanation but year by year by year in a semi not random, but kind of jumbled order, so the idea is there is no connection between your. Where you pick. None. And I think it's a creative solution because as long as there's a connection between your record. And where you pick you can play with the you can play with whatever you can play with the waiting. There's still going to be an incentive to lose somewhere. Whether it's up to top or in the middle. They're still going to be an incentive to lose. That's one solution where there would not be any incentive to Jalen. How big a problem? Do you think this is for the NBA? We'll is unique to NBA. And that's a lot different for baseball to me. Here's why because baseball doesn't have a salary cap. Therefore, those owners can choose to spend or not choose to spend their choice in basketball and football for that matter with the salary cap, and I've talked about this a lot the anchor of your team is going to be usually somebody you drafted that just how it works. I wrote down some guys that won't multiple championships with teams they were all draft picks since magic in bird, chemo LaJoie, Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan Colby like all Steph curry like that guy becomes your anchor. So if you look at your squad, and you know, you don't have a superstar the only way you could get one. Is kind of like having a quarterback rookie deal in the league is to draft one. I believe that taking has a direct correlation of what we've seen in the NBA where fans are not fans of teams anymore and regions because you go through a spell where your team is actually terrible like Philadelphia through the process, you're you're a fan of players. You know what I mean? And and where they're going and and the move that team is making to acquire certain assets. And I think that's what we're seeing in basketball. I don't know if it translates to baseball and every other sport. But I think that's why we're seeing it in a way we just don't see it a lot of football. I mean, it's because the reality is football coaches get fired a year a lot of times, we just saw it with the cardinals last year would Steve Wilks not they weren't trying to tank, but hey, it wasn't good enough for a year, and you're gone. And I think there's a reality that football also has a floor that they have to spend. So that creates a little bit more parody with teams. Like, you can't have a payroll variants like they do in baseball. You know, like you have to spend a certain amount of dollars. And then you can't you can't spend more than a certain amount of dollars. So it creates that level playing field. I know greeny you kind of think that the Browns did it in a way and football. Sashi brown. The guy who gets in a way orchestrated isn't there? Right. You know? I think of the basketball with the Sixers, and he's not there guys. Did it weren't? So I don't know if it's really paying dividends teams. We don't get it a lot in the NFL. And here's my question. The uncomfortable question is this for all the fixes in the NBA where one superstar, and that's a different et. One superstars everything in the NBA. It's your whole team for twenty years, you if you want to eliminate tanking and do away with the reverse order draft, and all that you have to be okay in a year in every maybe five or six years where like the warriors goods on Williamson or the thunder gets some people are okay with that reward the best teams. That's okay. That's part of the system you I just have a feeling if that ever happened. There would be a lot of fans who would say oh my God. What what did we just do? I think it puts more pressure on coaches to like you've got to have a staff that can develop players then too because you can't just Bank on. Hey, we got the first fixed. We got the best player and we're good like exact taking the eye off of development of players. We're. Missing that. Now, it's either like our team sucks, we tanked. They're not good enough is good. But I'm saying let's go for it. So yeah, I mean, if you just look no further than the NBA, you got two of the three biggest cities in America, New York in Chicago. They will have played one hundred sixty four meaningless games this year. They will play one hundred sixty four games that their team is not trying to win. Jalen. It's not. Okay. But also, you just spoke to attitude that happens sports that a lot of few about a media is that everything is meaningless. Noah's not for Chicago. They have Markkanen. Yeah. They have some young being terrific. These are guys that they're going to build around in the future with the draft. They hope to get this. Knicks don't have that. Correct. All right. We have much more to do. I hope that everyone enjoyed that conversation. I think it is the single biggest issue that we deal with in sports right now coming up next that man won the Heisman last year. Who is the favourite to win at this year? You'll find out next. Get up is brought to you by the first ever Lexus. You accede your Lexus dealer? And we hope you will get up without the my morning other chance for Anthony. Davis the face the Lakers will the brow play for the pelicans. Should LeBron consider sitting? We'll talk about it as meetings and testing and workout to begin. We got live coverage from the combine with Adam Schefter Mel type junior all that and a whole lot more get up Thursday morning starting at eight on ESPN. All right. We know collar Murray won the Heisman this year last night, the west gate release the Heisman odds for next year and to Tongo by Loa is the five to two favorite just had a Trevor orange to see the other names on the screen Maria. You will be there next year. I'm sure with interviewing the winner. Who would who? Would you throw a few shackles on there and that list to be the favorite? I mean, definitely the top two in two and Trevor and maybe even more so Trevor because he's playing in the ACC. I don't think the defenses are going to be as tough that. They're throwing the John. This though, I'd say Trevor Lawrence, listen, I I mean, I I love to but like Alabama's gone through a ton of Yanjing new offense coordinator new offense of line. Coach Trump has got Ross back. He's got Higgins bags got back. I mean, they still have so many dudes and Alabama does but coaching change is difficult. It's not make there. But I think with a real good chances hunter Johnston, the incoming funds. See you tomorrow. I hang starts now.

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REShow: Guest Host Mike Heller. Bruce Arthur. Hour 2 (07-04-19)

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four it's also under if you took me under you want on the front line over underlined was set at seventy three and a half any finished at seventy one champion again joey chestnut andy nathan's hot dog eating contest welcome in this is the rich eisen show i doubt that riches ever lead with the nathan's hot dog eating contest in his time with the show that would be my guess i cannot prove it my name is mike heller guest hosting on the rich eisen show yet again in sitting to my left that would be your radio right his name is john audience hey fellas what's up this is the first time i actually watched extended time of the nathan's hot dog eating contest already this either i always just see the result that looks awful i mean i know i've seen them do it in the past and highlights and it looked awful than but just watching it here during that last segment it looks painful it's nauseating it looks just gross yeah so we are watching the babe ruth of hotdog eating a year boy jerem rebelled put it into some context for those scoring at home on twitter he said calories twenty thousand five hundred ninety twenty thousand five hundred ninety fat eleven hundred and seventy two grams cholesterol twenty one hundred and thirty milligrams protein seven hundred and eighty one grams it cannot be good free of body although i think a lot of these guys correct me if i'm wrong i could be wrong i don't know a lot about major league eating her competitive eating i think a lot of these competitors then later on get rid of a lot that's been the only way yeah any competition has as one of its rules that you cannot throw up to me and what i think after the fact like i dunno i dunno what the cut off as many of you look up the official royal i don't know what the cut off and they can they 'em expunged thirty minutes later ten they regard tate and our i mean what what's the timing joey chestnut could have stopped with like ninety seconds to go but john he's a competitor he's a champion seventy one under wins you jodi under on they drop that's by the way these fourth of co why bruce arthur from the toronto star will join us in less than thirty minutes will get his view of the decision that awaits end everybody is waiting on this decision it's the final one that means anything to be made in mbh free agency there are other moves that will follow but this is the last of the major undecideds so what is co why do we ban in these chairs filling in either on the rich eisen show the dan patrick show in recent years when kevin durant made his move from oklahoma city to golden state when lebron made one of his moves from cleveland and miami remind me back to cleveland cleveland to allie we've been in the chair when those decisions were made i don't know i expect to make a decision today because it's for tomorrow or tomorrow morning tomorrow to yeah so it's tradition so i expect that in the next twenty five hours collide leonard twenty six hours the collide leonard will make a decision while were only there is this more fun this waiting for co why in themed i've seen tweet that says he's going to the lakers i've seen tweets no he's actually gonna sign of warner two year deal with toronto i've seen both sides of this so i honestly have no idea i don't even know which way would lean to but my point is this to me is just as exciting as at some level is watching dmv playoffs right just following the co why watch the rumors the the the planes landing and drop everything about this to me is just it just in a different way so dnb free free agency well done it's so much fun to watch these things happen it's so much fun to then look at kevin durant and going to the nets and kyrie go into the nets in in in seeing all these movement player movement in trying to figure out which seems gonna be the next great super team in what they're not why goes the lakers i think this is just so entertaining a almost just as much or maybe even more so in the playoffs by the way yes i think they're a couple of different answers 'cause there's much but bunch of different questions you asked about why well let's let's ask one and then will explore the answer what's best for the league i think what's best for the league overall biggest the league in tv are the same right what's good for tv is good for the league the best in the league decision is to go ally the front office of the league adam silver in his television partners would like and the governor's around the league would like collide leonard to go ellie i would agree the have those names and be able to sell that on christmas day or whenever in the mbh playoff co why eighty in the braun for sure that's best for the league and i get that what's best for co why if you just were to try to put yourself in his shoes and you're you know whatever you want evaluate whether that's money whether that's legacy whether that's titles i mean happiness however you wanna value that what would be best for quite well to me i have the same answer no matter how you cut it in this this flies in the face of they they collection and the come together of canadian fan certainly toronto fans in the collectively good story that it was with toronto winning in mb eight title but for me it's best if you if you put yourself and you can't but if you put yourself in quiet leonard shoes for a moment to me the best decision is outlay it goes he goes back home where he's from a is your best chance to win more nb eight titles and you've had the one where you were the league dog you want in mbh title in toronto where you were the best player on the court at all times in your second best with a different guy on a rotating basis hard to win that way hartnett consistently win that way i i think of toronto is the dallas mavericks of twenty two in twenty eleven when they want it mbh title a year later they were out in the first round of the playoffs two years later they want in the playoffs so what's best verka why listen i think going ellie i think he's gonna get once you start talking about hundreds of millions of dollars and whether or not in a year to eat signs and even bigger contract if he takes a smaller contract now are ally any opportunities he's going to have multiple it's gonna have a ton of money okay so if i'm co why the thing that's most important i wanna title in san antonio i wanna title with the raptors you wanna go win a couple of two or three more go to the lakers in so if i'm co why the number one thing for me would be to win now this is gonna fly in the face of my next question my answer is gonna contradict himself probably in a way but i'm just looking at it from if i'm collide leonard i would probably wanna go win more titles in these easiest to get those if that's the way i'm thinking 'cause i'm still gonna get millions of dollars no matter where i go in the next ten all about money where i'm gonna have a ton of money in ten years from now i would go to the lakers 'cause that things like the easiest way to win title on paper now the question i asked the last one what's best for fans because many times dancers who cares right it who cares about the fans you're still gonna go the game sucker you're still gonna buy the jersey tucker you're still gonna watch so answer that question what's best for the fan so which fans mbh fans however you wanna define that i'll defined it my way you divide is best for the mbh fan base that he goes to the only answer is come up loss angeles lakers unless you're raptors fan all of the answers come up ballet lakers protective ozone okay so hold on the previous question you said easiest route winning at mb eight title is never easy well that's just take it i just don't understand listen i mean i think if i didn't argue semantics with you on a daily basis you would wonder what's wrong with me what's going on mike you didn't pick out the word easiest but go ahead sorry it's not easy to win look at what the state should have beat in toronto i get it most people say hey golden state wins their mbh title because they're going against strong and i get that but if you're a free agent mike going into last year which team would you said i wanna win a title which team would have picked i wouldn't have picked toronto no but you would have picked golden state right right so i mean and they almost did it to be fair i mean they got to be mb finals a ton of injuries the probably prevented them from well yeah it's it's so i i picked out the word but regardless so the most likely path to more nb eight titles is not the stay in toronto because i asked this question in the first hour of the show today who's the second best player i don't think you can consistently win when you're second best player is a rotation which guy shows up the play at that level that night pascal seok gum kyle lowry marcus all fred vanfleet which is the guy that's gonna show up you know the at golden state in when they're healthy and before the moves that on a given night steph klay or k d were gonna be the three best players on the court if clay on an off night step broadly pick it up and katie is gonna be there every night if steph had a huge night clay was gonna support and katy what's gonna always be there if k d had the huge night neither staff nor clay had to be totally on fourth avenue because there's also a dream on green not andre igwe dolla there others in alley i dunno four through eight or gonna be loss angeles but if kawhi leonard goes there and the bron is healthy anthony davis is healthy and collide leonard is healthy the lakers other favorite in the west for sure so when i look at what's best for fans i i liked the look at it from my band perspective and i get like they're different fan perspective so i understand that so i can only speak for myself or what i would consider perhaps he average mbh fan i think it's best for the fans of why goes to toronto and and i'll tell you why is because being a fan of small market basketball whether that's in the state of wisconsin now with the bucks growing up with the minnesota timberwolves it suck it it is it is awful to see what dnb ea at times has become a super teams right it's almost as if you have to build you're franchise in two different ways if you're a big market knicks lakers if you're a miami in a great location you can build your team in a different you have a totally different set of rules than the rest of us so when i see a guy like collide leonard i don't wanna team as a fan of the gambia i have three nbp's on the court right and i know anthony davis hasn't won an mvp i get that and i know the finals mvp is required but they'll mvp caliber type players i don't think that's good for my team and i think they're a bunch of other teams in fans feel the same way so when i look at the quiet think everything points to the lakers except when the fan experience the fan perspective and what does that mean honestly it probably means nothing but i i would love to see just as a fan co why say 'cause he's such a different cat right you such a different guy than he is not your typical superstar he doesn't want the spotlight don't do it again in toronto go carve out that unique collide leonard pass like you have your entire career in go go to the place it's gonna probably make you most comfortable less camera less spotlight you're gonna have you're gonna have a ton of cash no matter where you go the fans adore you it's drake called toronto kind of like a college atmosphere fear in and i buy that go enjoy that college atmosphere go do it your way in as a fan of small market i would appreciate that decision yeah but but does it does that big get future small market market decisions by mb superstars you know why goes back to toronto what do you think happens in toronto they win fifty two games fifty five game and they don't win anymore mbh appetite alliance when you have a chance chance you're probably not i don't know i mean sure you could say that i would probably if you maybe put a thousand dollars i bet they would not have a thousand dollars annually that yes if you had the borrow eight hundred of the thousand dollars you would bet but they don't win but they have they have a chance to get back there and that's all you gotta do right but my point into that is does that they get other stars as we roll forward saying yes i wanna go play with thi indiana pacers here's the minnesota timberwolves the memphis grizzlies leno hawks the milwaukee bucks the cleveland cavalier on without lebron james the answer is no problem with that answer is no when you're gonna get eight king a conglomerate of superstars to come together or it's going to be free lifestyle it's going to be per winning but winning end location and lifestyle so working you make more money away from the game loss angeles or indiana he answers loss angeles sorry rhetorical tore ical where you're gonna answer farms say i mean there is the thought process that in today's age wits v internet at everything bringing us closer together you could still have huge mega sponsorships and play milwaukee where would you rather liv because there are off days bnb eight when your home and where would you rather be because that's you know the players get the jews lifestyle or if that money is relatively ball right somebody will say well wait a second you make forty million more if he stays in indiana or minnesota or detroit or milwaukee okay but it's spent out over five years or four years and then you maybe you get the fifth anyway so much really how much money you're really talking about the difference and at that level if you're making one fifty and somebody said well you could make one eighty if i make one fifty and living malibu or one eighty in lives in detroit or auburn hills what choice am i making well i mean there is a a a a thought process there is well that you're obviously gonna spend more money in malibu that you are and then you are in indianapolis or whatever other city you get it in there is also the thought that hey during the nbc's in new york the practice if you're a dedicated mvp caliber player player you're dedicated aircraft from october to june or whatever that makes sense and then after that if you wanna take a vacation from june until the next start at training camp in malibu go wherever you want and then when you're done in ten years you want 'cause you've got millions of dollars yeah and if you're anything like whatever we brought all the way back there why a california's home that's that's a good point that's a good point i'll i'll take that's a fair point this out we will will dig deeper in with a different understanding of it with a bruce arthur ob toronto star who will join us at the bottom of the hour recovers it gets it understands it and views it from a different perspective and that's the toronto perspective world talking here stateside talking from tv standpoint in looking at it from which storyline is most compelling in from max's from the masses that storyline is outlay certainly from toronto it's different they've pulled out all the stops a they got the last pitch to why so now we just wait on a decision in his today going to be happy fourth of co why north of the border will maybe find out or we might have to wait until the fifth of course it's it's crazy the coverage though that they have with the wind toronto right wasn't it like helicopters fans didn't drake i think part of they persuasion group they were trying to get her why i mean this is they're all about recruiting it's it didn't quite happen in the same way but the last time shorelines where this deep lebron james decisions brett farr decisions when he was leaving green bay and there were white trackers and everybody following from here to there and he showed up on a family night which the stadium is sold out a an aaron rodgers is the quarterback in the deal is out there yes we'd welcome brett farve back in but he would have to compete for the starting job all of it was misinformation it was politically politically was that the summer of farm that year from sports radio nationally but certainly for what you and i do 'em in wisconsin it was significant just think of what it is today will get some perspective on that front bruce arthur in toronto biggest this story is this eight critical story for toronto franchise changing one of the franchise changing changing his right nick nurses a fantastic coach their leadership from the front office it's been ridiculously good but if co why leaves where the raptors what did they what is that team do next year or the team do five years from now because he was the stabilizing force in at all and we we would watch him up close and personal at all mom and see what's the best player on the court in the postseason he was the best against the philadelphia seventy sixers he was the best against the milwaukee bucks and even the best against golden state when he was on the court he was the best player on the court when the games mattered every game was a heavy burden and he lived up to it now will find out what happens next will visit with the summit's by the way bruce arthur the toronto star at the bottom of the hour what if that shot doesn't drop i know what the hell what a what if that shot doesn't drop and they lose eventually to the seventy sixers well there's a bunch of what if what if milwaukee has won the game three in toronto in the second overtime just like the game winner 'cause more dramatic but you're right you're right what if they're they're they're only adds there on the razor's edge yacht even getting to the final end that's the point what if they don't lie is probably already signed on the dotted line with loss angeles we we weren't on the rich eisen show in a way wednesday day but mel but whatever thursday on the rich eisen show a thursday yeah think about it at eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine if you wanna jump in eight seven seven nine nine six six three six nine tweet at rich eisen show suite at heller sports at john obvious radio you figure it out will talk with bruce arthur the toronto star he will join us at the bottom of the hour we hope you stick around happy fourth this is the rich eisen show this summer there's only one trusted plays that lets you get in on all your favorite sports betting action bet online dot agee sign up today for a free account at bet online dot agee and use promo code podcast one fifty percent off welcome bonus or text now two two three eight six six nine that's b e t i n o w two three eight six six nine to receive your fifty percent welcome bonus don't sit on the sidelines this summer from major league baseball to the women's world cup in all things you fc bet online dot h g has you covered visit bet online aj and don't forget to use the promo code podcast one bet online dot aj your online sportsbook experts condolences go out to the family in the friends of jared lorenzen leave former new york giants backup super bowl winning quarterback eli manning kentucky blue big blue nation after he left he jared lorenzen passed away yesterday i believe is official date on that and man watching him play college football and watching the highlights of if for those who haven't seen jared lorenzen and didn't know of him you too but it's ridiculous and his impact on the game his impact on the game is deeper than you might think his impact on the new york giants and the super bowl championship his impact on the catch made by david tyree on the throw from you lie manning is influence in a way that most people probably don't no see i so this is posted a reach weeded buddy nfl exactly it's just this is you lie manning describing well here it all makes sense if you just take a listen here all the work i have jared lorenzen i think that was a big help in that pocket manning's escape was formed from drilled on everyday in practice at the move around and the other quarterbacks and try strip ball out the resident took it to the next level like he was the d tackle trying to get a sack of course then he goes on to hit david tyree after escaping pressure but it's just it's one of those things you didn't know and it's one of those people that impacted the game perhaps in a way that is historic right i mean that that drill insured the runs in a big guy in the reservoir with all the quarterbacks shouting at each other down submitting really had the fight coverage it's a huge quarterback as he's tried the tackle them and then in that moment that training kicks in in eli manning escapes and he hits david tyree former giants in kentucky wildcats quarterback lorenzo and died wednesday of multiple health issues she was thirty eight he's been in the hospital since last friday admitted to be icy you front infection kidney heart issues and the jared lorenzen leaves us mp age thirty eight yeah most people don't have a a lotta times the the backup quarterback in these scenarios is not known i always bring this is a trivia question for some of the if you don't follow the green bay packers you probably wouldn't know this 'em how many super bowl titles the jim mcmahon win a three eighty five bears right yeah yeah he was also the backup to brett farr when the packers won a super bowl in green bay so mcmanus two super bowl rings i don't think a lot of people know the jared lorenzen has a super bowl ring as a member of the new york giants had i just love that story i love that name how he could impact the game in a way that we don't don't think about potentially impacted by the way speaking of backup quarterbacks but the packers i did see a headline were just sean kaiser you see what the sean kaiser said i know i didn't should i have seen what the sean kaiser said quote i see myself as a future super bowl mvp well that's what all quarterback should see themselves as right now what's interesting shouldn't matt hasselbeck of of the packers won on the seattle shouldn't have seen himself that way shouldn't matt flynn have seen himself that way shouldn't have backup quarterback around the league who's young not a veteran backup shouldn't they see see themselves as they super bowl mvp gas sure what's he i guess part i don't know i mean you're backing up aaron rodgers well yeah but you're waiting for that opportunity just like all backup quarterbacks you think matt castle in new lynn thought himself as a of himself as they superbowl mvp what about jimmy garoppolo a super bowl mvp don't you think they don't see themselves in that light by the way said i don't see myself as aaron rodgers backup for the final year of his career i see myself as a future super bowl embiid mvp that's the goal but i want the head toward i mean yeah i totally understand it and maybe it's the metrics but maybe he i see myself as a potential mvp if called upon i i think that this is samantha it is it is i i think if i saw that if i were the head coach your quarterbacks coach in my backup quarterback said you know i don't know i don't even know that i see myself starter now i don't think they for backup i know i'm not saying that he's a god there and say the complete opposite of super bowl mvp i just thought that was interesting quote i wonder if a in in toronto who these second mvp was of the raptors because would that guy needs to be the first mvp if collide leonard makes a decision that is lakers driven as opposed the raptors driven a so let's jump into the conversation bruce arthur of the toronto star joins us on the rich eisen show rosiere interview the storylines you've covered on a daily basis is far different from most of us who don't see it up close and personal we have some perspective the gives us a lot of time and space as we run into this the fourth of july or tomorrow the fifth as you're waiting on the quiet leonard decision what do you think is key what do you think the biggest storyline is before the decision is made see that's a really good question because that is essential question is we've asked all on what this co why want and it's not but he wants one thing because nobody wants one thing right like you want a combination of things in your life and what you know what we do know about why is that he values winning two in extrordinary decree when i asked tim is one of the first day he was available in toronto i asked him what do you want out of your career and he said i wanna stay healthy which is something portable that's not something that's exclusive to the raptors although they've done a really good job of it you could do that with the clippers and lakers he said he wanted to win championships and put his names in the wreckage like he wants to be dominant wherever you play those were kind of the three things you said he could be dominant in a lot of places he can be healthy presumably in a lot of places especially if he brings in his own medical people a in terms of the winning in the role that to me is the balance here is he wants i've been what i could tell not only from covering him this year but from kind of covering this this free agency saying is he cares enormously about where he could win championships he cares normally about a two to a pretty good degree about the role he's gonna play he cares about trusting be organization but he's going to work but these are kind of three things you want him quite now he also wants to go home loss angeles at some point that's been a longstanding sang soda precise percentages between those that's what nobody knows his how much does winning over ride home over i bowl because of the three options you could get different combinations and all three places what the what is the likelihood they i i asked this question because we follow these milwaukee bucks and cover them because are my normal shows based out of wisconsin in milwaukee 'em the best player on the court throughout the entire series was quiet leonard but the second best player on toronto's roster on a nightly basis changed it was fred vanfleet it was a sea all come it was in one of the games just saw it was kyle lowry how much of that is who's his two who who's is robyn because he's a rob and if he goes the el aimed plays with lebron and anthony davis how does the the second best player on the court in toronto fair entity consideration that that he's trying to sort through or you're exactly right that it moved around because this team is not built like most championship teams is not a two star system even though pascal's yakim pasco's yakim at a wonderful plows is a little up and down but like it was it was kind of a notch below scottie pippen level playoffs in terms of playmaking scoring defending different positions and he was tremendous and if i were to leave feature number one guy no question but that's different from being collides number two guy necessarily he's not what you're scoring option on this team and will be going forward with why because you could score in so many different ways but in terms of important the team like you could make an argument for all those guys you mentioned marcus all had games where he was essential kyle lowry especially in that game six of the final wasn't essential and some wonderful moments in the playoffs fred vanfleet after about game game what was it game five in the philly series or a game game three no sorry game three in milwaukee series you know when you donate online right now yeah made every shot the rest of the west this team of deep in terms of guys you could make an impact and that's what bath anything about it but i do think that between also the level of defense they can play is almost the second most important thing about this team is all can you put into words just how this decision in how much this decision means to the toronto raptors franchise everything right because they're still a good team they're probably still a playoff team if he leaves but it it's the difference between okay so we had a championship parade here no one is really known exactly how many people it was between two and three million people game six what's watched in this country which is a hockey country by seven point seven million people now you in america ten people for everyone that we have that's like seventy seven million americans watching games right and the level of joy excitement interest fascination even mania associated with this franchise winning a title and being this local contender is unprecedented in the city for basketball and then this country if he stays it continues and the raptors become a national franchise to a level but they've never been before and one was one of the deepest fan base is probably in then be and if he leaves then my guess is kyle lowry gets put on the block mark assault it's put on the block serge ibaka gets put on the block all their contracts expire you build around pascal seattle and fred vanfleet believe oh gee anna novi and in some way start again you still have good players you still got a good assets you still you're still in a good position but you're not a championship contender an you become another team that's had a great wonderful moment and incredible season that a championship but in some ways you do have to start over so what do you hear how were they trying to persuade co why what's the what's the buzz there i know drake i guess this part of those conversations have tried twice the toronto what what's what's the whole package until then you can hear more well they they've been very secretive about this but everything i know about the raptors organization tells me that they know this guy is what would you probably can be they have a higher level of trust in the lakers clippers do so their argument isn't just this closing argument it's the whole season long argument argument going forward is one were gonna be a championship level team in a maybe a championship favored if you come back the two were gonna keep making this team better andy exact mechanics that are tricky because like i say they've got something like ninety million dollars or different guys coming off the top of the end of the season why signs a one plus one that makes fought a but there is a there is a plan that if you can preserve salary cap space in twenty twenty one then you take a swing at the big free agent market which is rudy go bear maybe bradley beal yana santa kubota potentially that's the dream reifer every franchise it's how do you how are we gonna make this team better 'cause you know what if you're the raptors you're saying you know what you know how well we took care of your body a little respect you the way that you fit into this organization you can trust us but you can trust that's not just you're health but you're career and you're championship aspirations and that to me is the closing argument it's relationships that have been built a level of confidence an ambition that the raptors franchise has he's bruce arthur the toronto star sports columnist there also tsn contributor joining us on the rich eisen show you can follow him on twitter at bruce underscore arthur sports talk radio doesn't take much middle ground as far as questions and answers are concerned but let me so let me ask you hey quintessential the central sports talk radio question is it good or bad frizzy nb ea for co why to make the decision to leave toronto and go to yell eight lakers if that's what it is i think the d it's a hard question the answer i think some people love super teams and some people don't and the precise kind of balance of that is what you're questioning 'cause i i really think that after the golden state warriors that's kind of been destroyed as a dynasty to the same degree but it was now i don't think you wanna build another one right away i think it's better if all of a sudden across the league you have ten teams take a winning a title and nobody knows what's gonna happen and superstars have been a little more dispersed around the league i think that's more fascinating than the lakers with three guys kind a figure it out rather cells could even the lakers will be fascinated matter what if lebron being relevant again right that is a meal ticket talk radio staple something that people will pay attention no matter what because once anthony davis in town some real like last year wasn't so i think it's better for dnv eight if quite doesn't go to the lakers that being said the lakers with co why and lebron anthony davis would be v number one topic and then be eight away the heat were the two degrees the way every team with lebron is m i just think that it's better i have a little more uncertainty across more fulfilling for basketball fans you know in in i'll leave you with this because a lot of us in the united states don't understand the the full equation unless we have friends or relatives living canada but obviously toronto and pay him the most but canadian eighty in taxes take more do you do you have an understanding of in a field to is the most money he can make money net is it in the states or in toronto i depends on who you talk to it i think he makes a little more money here but that's partly because california's actors were actually fairly comfortable the canadian taxes a to a great degree the big thing is that you own the house down there but you certainly kind of the real estate agent weeds in terms of it's owned by a number of racing so how taxes work without if not necessarily his house in terms of double tax so there's there's a lot there's a lot of stuff above my pay grade there yeah i think you can make more money here but the real key requires get the ten years then signed the supermax contract he's a ten year player he can command thirty five percent of the salary cap that's two years away in twenty twenty one that's when he wants to sign the big deal that's what that's the when he walked away west basically from the san antonio spurs it's get you're two hundred plus million dollar deal they're really stunning thing is you need to have bird rights to do that going into that tend to you and so if whatever team he's on whispered rice at the trade deadline that year i believe that's the one that he signed that deal where so it's a year and a half from now there's a lot can happen between now and then but we could see see this is the beginning of the next day jerko wise evolution this year it doesn't change everything rudy around day today tomorrow are we are we on the clock right now can you expect something you know at any moment or within the next twenty four hours i had someone tell me yesterday he wasn't gonna make a decision right away but the thing is there's one person inside quiet leonard tests and then he has a very tight circle 'em i there's a bunch of stuff i've heard it tells me that he's leaning toronto but there's other stuff but you could year earlier on in the week the tells you that he was looking at the lakers we're looking at the clippers i don't think he wind up a laker i'll be really surprised it'll it'll it'll have been a massive swerving stinking a over the last four days is possible it's absolutely possible but i'd i'd i'd be i'd be surprised price and i think the jimmy butler going the miami heat hurt his chances with the clippers i heard the clippers chances with him but at this point the the problem with china requires none of us really know again in different than any other player in india none were all just guessing and that includes the timeline as to why he's gonna do this he's already shown these different every other issue starting at yeah yeah very good bruce arthur of the toronto star really good stuff next verse men in a few minutes with us my pleasure guys appreciate that that's that's a interesting he would be more surprised now yes he works in toronto is a communist he's very good at what he does in separate out the want to more surprised because ellie then if he stays in toronto will react and some of that when we come back you're listening to the rich eisen show stay stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight news headlines right after this podcast so interesting when you know for those who aren't familiar with how some of these buildings were my name is mike heller that john audience were guest hosting today on the rich eisen show back in tomorrow as well this is radio only a version of the of the show so we are actually broadcasting from america's dairyland the chiefs state were in wisconsin and you know we don't have in wisconsin we don't have earthquakes we have blizzards we have really long winters sometimes we have ice fishing we don't have earthquakes and apparently there has just been an earthquake in elway in southern california vince close is working with this is a producer on the show and he's in are you in el segundo were in sherman oaks sherman oaks yeah which i did you did you feel it we did it and you'll see earthquake we did we thought the waves come through and we thought the building move with a lot of fun it's not the biggest one i felt since living out here and i've been here for about ten years but i wasn't interesting experience to say the least 'em so if for those who haven't have you you felt you that what you first you said that's the first big one i thought i when i when i first moved died so where i live now which is encino not far from where the studio is there is one that happened the first year i would share it wasn't very big but i felt the house like the waves come through but this is definitely the largest earthquake i've ever felt according to some of the data i'm getting on twitter is like a hundred and thirty miles outside of las angeles but everybody described it as kind of long kind of a smooth if you could say that a rolling rolling type of earthquake how long did it last in your opinion you remember i'd say probably about eight to ten seconds but i know the i we have a couple of tweets that have come in you know they felt as far down as a orange county which is about eighty miles from here so you know they're feeling it it it was a pretty big when they're down at all over the place i think just after the top of the hour we're gonna check in with clay travis he tweeted out initially a updated with a six point six but he tweeted out or a initially when it first hit these insights earthquake hitting los angeles right now and by decent size i mean my hotel swing pretty well no idea what it will register he updated with a six point six strong enough for him need go any higher he works nashville in which even though there's a fault zoned runs through that part of the country is well 'em not earthquake prone so what i think right after the top of the hour clay said give mccall will will check in with clay but like okay so vince bring me up to speed on this part you're working there in sherman oaks with a bunch of natives i would assume many of them felt a bunch of earthquakes do they even react or you like hey wait a second boys what's going on here a there was some reaction are update guy david gascon he pointed out to us he said that's a quick taxis like hey there's earthquake happening because initially i didn't feel that first and then all of a sudden sam who's on who's are technical producer is like an earthquake and i go yeah i think that is because you know but when a big truck goes by some of these buildings you know it'll shake the building were on the first floor so sometimes it's something like that and so this time it took us a second to realize what was happening and then as it continued going on you could feel the building moving and then you could see some things swaying you know like they had the little cores for the blinds and everything like that you could see them moving when they normally would not be moving so real quick only the quake was also felt in las vegas wow yeah gone too far so far still is almost almost dead center between las angeles and las vegas elaborate wherever else out there that's where this is centered this earthquake as far as we know so far what we can can confirm is that what you felt was not co why signing with the lakers now now also ties it might many people like is that is that a sign that collide coming yeah we get that memo that moment that he makes that decision any announcement will have a seismic impact but this is real and that would be just you know hyperbole it it wouldn't be real so we've got that some interesting you know we've never we've never done a show in which we were live talking about an earthquake we didn't feel it i've got a trip planned for southern california in like ten to twenty ten twelve days i wanna yeah you know i mean i do wanna go earthquake near the crap out of me stop wanna be the showcase oh yeah you know if you're taking a ride at disneyland it you feel that the same feeling you just don't wanna be on the ride when earthquake strikes right right i would i would i would think not yeah right otherwise don't worry there's you're just fine go you are safety safety driven and i tell you this living in the upper midwest we fear a blizzard you just stay inside they called you stay inside tornadoes are out here yeah but i mean if you're living oklahoma and kansas 'em you know tornado elliot's a far more real dangers entity is here what we get is a really long winter and you stay inside you know i mean if it's so void that yeah it it's not like buffalo type of snow iser yeah where they get like downey it's just it's no and you're like oh i guess i'm not going where it's gonna go this we know nothing you can do wanna earthquake get under a table under a doorway you don't have any warning it doesn't come hey there's a severe torn you know there's a tornado warning you could take cover there's a hurricane coming you got days the take cover aftershocks aftershocks now passed a bill how that works yeah all right out in mind will check in clay travis 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6/7/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 1 (6am-7am)

Boomer & Gio

49:06 min | 4 months ago

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

"Good morning boomer. Our you good morning gene and speaking about the yankees and unfortunately their families against red sox this weekend you know we talked about this going all the way back to may twenty fifth and the reason we talked about it was because they were going to see three of their division foes out of their next four games series that they were going to have to play they were coming out of. I believe it was taxes. They had won six in a row. Everybody thought things had turned around and it was gonna look good. Everything was going to be fine and then all of a sudden toronto came to town. Toronto took two out of three from the yankees. Then of course they went to detroit and had one of those horrible weekends. They just had again. They lost all three to the tigers. The lowly tigers. I might add and it looked like the players didn't give a damn like they didn't even wanna play like they were playing summer league baseball in dominican or something like nobody's there. Nobody's watching nobody's paying us so we're just going to go out there and go through the motions. And then of course tampa then comes to new york. They play four games against tampa. They go to to against them. And then now you have this owen. Three homestand socks now. I will say this. The empowering behind the plate sucks and last night again rogue rogue. did a door guys screwed. You absolutely got screwed. I don't know the hell the umpires looking at the throwing out yankee. A- coaches all over the place so when you take a look at those games that we talked about way back when coming into this little group of games they were getting ready to play well they were three and seven against the teams within their division and they were three and ten overall because of those three games in detroit. That's a team. That's being paid over two hundred eight million dollars for you know and i know. They lost their center fielder. And i know that's a big problem for them that that's a huge problem if you want defense or do you want offense and this is always been the crux with the yankees to we want guys that hit home runs or do we want guys are going to make errors or not and not feel the position was properly or play a guy at a position. The mets seem to be doing all the time. Yeah so so they look man. They're in a they're in a bad spot. I don't know what to tell you. I don't know what needs to be done. You could sit here and say we need to trade center fielder. Don't you think other teams out. There are probably looking at their oscar. Saying hey we could just walk. The mets could use the centerfield shore. Then deals like that for real. Legitimate players. don't really happen until towards a trade deadline. You'd have to give up so much to really bring in an impact guy. There's a moves you can make. Obviously the mets made a ton of with all the injuries that they had. But those are the type of guys. You're going to get the billy mckinney's the cameron made. Those are the guys you get in. April may and june so i would be shocked if the yankees went out to meet a big deal right now. That stuff generally doesn't happen and phil nevin getting thrown out. After the door. It was clearly a ball gets called out on strikes in a key situation. Late in the game and phil nevins the one who's getting thrown out so for aaron boone. Who is someone who is always criticized. And i know there's a famous savages in the boxing. Go back and watch but for the most part. That's an outlaw. Fire with aaron boone. He's generally even keeled guy always as guys bags everything else but for someone who is criticized for a team that is underachieving him being a bit of a flat liner. And then it takes phil nevin to go out there and get thrown out. That's a good look for the manager. But i wouldn't be surprised if that wasn't orchestrated. Because aaron boone already gotten thrown out in the game just recently i. It could have been orchestrated. The whole thing didn't want to get thrown out of that game especially tight that game was and they look at every opportunity to win the game and it was taken away. I believe it was taken away from them. In the bottom of the ninth inning. But they still blew a lead. But you know yeah. I know that. And that's a problem too because they're they're pitching staff for the for the most part if you look if you look at it and totality you would say i would give a b plus for their pitching staff and that goes for their starting staff and that goes for their bullpen. And you know when you when you lose games like this all of a sudden key players come up and spots and they can't get ahead you know stanton's being booed again. Clint frazier think he's ready to break out of it. He falls back into it glacier torres while he started to hit a little bit more mixed. Couple air. Still a massive underachieving season. So yes yes but you know guys like aaron judge is having a great season. Da lemay us. Having a bad season is dj. Lemay who can't get out of his own way and like i think we all respect to g. Is we help we machine. Because he was so good the last couple years here he is in some sort of funk where he just can't get out of it so i i don't know what to say the other than i know the three teams that are above the yankees in the east. Division are not intimidated by this roster by this this batting line-up you know maybe with garrett cole in the mount if he's pitching well which he hasn't been maybe maybe maybe that to intimidate some a little bit and what's going to be interesting now with major league baseball claiming over the next two weeks that they're going to start talking about and doing something about the substances that the pitchers using on the balls. Maybe we'll see the yankees start hitting. I don't know but that seems to be a big story right now. Within the or undercurrent of major league baseball how is major league baseball. How are they going to handle the substances that the players are the pictures are using to increase their spin rate so You have a million things going on here. Like i said with the yankees and and they are in a rut right now and now. They're going to go play minnesota and they've got to go out there and they gotta go hammer. The twins twins or not a great team. So you know this is. This is like getting away from home. It's probably the best thing that can happen to them. Get away from their home fans and go play about eight or nine nine nine or ten games away from home on this next road trip come back eighty two and then everybody start feeling better again. So remember we were talking about that spin rate thing with garrett cole yes and how the substances and everything else was something. We talked about on friday because of his start on thursday. While of course everything is measured these days in major league baseball and its spin rate over by the way was way down in that thursday star. Now the reason why we bring this up is because it's a big deal in major league baseball we're not sitting here in accusing garrett cole of been cheating for years or anything like that but the fact remains that his spin rate went way down major league. Baseball is cracking down on this stuff and prior to him. Getting to houston. He was a very good pitcher. Not a great pitcher right. I'm sorry all those things matter. So that would be something. If all of a sudden garrett cole started to turn into a very good patriot again as opposed to a dominant as because he's not allowed to use whatever is allowed to use it. Oh by the way. He's not the only one. I even feel bad even naming names because what is it like ninety percent of baseball ninety percent of pitchers. Doing this stop the other. It's rosin and sunscreen some sort of tar or whatever to help you substance sticky balls. Well somebody figured something out you know. This has been going on for years and years and years by the way but somebody in houston. I think figure this thing out because all of a sudden you know even justin verlander who was just kind of middling in detroit goes to houston becomes like unhittable guile sudden now. I do know that you take blake griffin for example for six years. He's been in purgatory now. All of a sudden he's thrust right into the middle of a potential championship team. And you could see it in his play. You can see like now. All of a sudden he's reinvigorated and he wants to be great again but there is something to be said now. Here's here's what i want to ask you. Yeah if i'm a pitcher and they're telling me i can't use pine tar why the batters allowed to use it. Then why are they allowed to use it. It's a substance in baseball. Why can't i use it. I don't know maybe. I guess because of the rules. Say that you can't dr the baseball doctor. The bats the yeah. I mean it's grip. It's the same type of thing now. I mean if it's going to create an advantage well the other thing is to. There's a rosin bag on the mound. This is one of the things that trevor bauer said this. He said that sunscreen is legal. He's got to protect myself from the uv rays. And you got a rosin bag on the mound for me so it was a to legal substances. So i'm just gonna put those two things together and get some stuff on my finger. And he had a game where he did all that and basically admitted it and has been right way up. Yep so take it from a guy who spent his entire career throwing brand new. Football's out of a box. And this is the thing that felsen. I basically have an ax to grind. I don't care you know you can say whatever you want about protecting. Today's players that's fine. We're probably a little bit tougher than those guys. But that we we understand that we got a little badge of courage and bad for us. I took that hit was no flag. I got open. I played that kind of thing. Tougher their richer. And that's how phil doesn't either. Yeah but you're right. We were tougher and yes. They are richer. There is no question about it but we had the play with twenty four brand new. Football's right out of the box. And the footballs used to come in a plastic bag within a box and then the The officials will get those they were air before the game and there would be like slippery rocks and if you look back at i want to say pre two thousand five or six it was one brady and manning went to roger goodell and said look man we need to. We were idiots for playing with these brand new balls. We need to be able to play with the balls in practice and have the balls and if you look at all the balls today they are dark brown with orange ones and after the games are hand would have like orange stains on them because of all the crap that was on the football. So slippery so i understand. The pitchers are coming from. I know they want to be able to control the ball. They wanna be able to you know. Make it move in different spots in his trevor. Bauer told me. It's about tunneling about every every pitch goes down a tunnel and then about two feet before the plate. That's where starts to move and that's where they that's where they try to make it move and the good ones have figured it out and i. I don't care what you say. Something was going on in houston then banging on the garbage cans. Short the pitchers and spin rate. If you looked at all those guys. Charlie morton was another one now. I know charlie morton's continued to have some success but he was another one who went there. And then was great. All of a sudden. Eric cole. Justin verlander lance mccullers. All these guys that were over achieving. Well i mean these are good pitchers to but their best years came in houston during that is so when you take a look at caracol in pittsburgh compared caracol in houston. It is like night and day. And i know that garrett cole and and trevor power don't get along. They were teammates at ucla. That can stand each other. Garrett was one of the guys and trevor was a little off shoot a little bit of awkward and away from the team that his own thing and whatever analytics thank brooks kepco bryson d shambles. That's what you got a knack. Okay so you never know what the undertones to trevor. Bauer is talking about but that this is going to be a big deal of the next two weeks if major league baseball comes down as hard as it sounds like the owners want rob manfred to come down on. This is going to have a significant pack right in the middle of the season. I mean it'll have an impact on a lot of things. I mean it guys get thrown out of games. You're certainly going to see a lot more hitting warm up to right. You're also talking about suspensions without pay. Yeah and if that happens you know what what happens if like. I don t pick any team. I don't know let's say. The minnesota twins got three young kids. They're all trying to make it. They're all trying to do whatever they can to get to their three hundred million dollar contract. Yeah every every single guy would. We'll do this now all of a sudden. They're told they can't do that. And and they still try to do it. and then they get suspended for like say two weeks. Yeah who the who. What one of the pitchers do the indians mean. The indians the twins have. I guess they're all going. Come out of the miners get lit up right. Of course i mean there's going to be repercussions all over the place. But this is you mentioned the money part of it. And that's what it's about. That's another thing that. Trevor bauer says. He's a increased spin rate means better results which means more money more money more money. That's what it is so if you can cheat and get away with it and then get a massive guaranteed contract right. Who wouldn't do that. Who's the who were the integrity people out there. That are not going to do that well. That's a steroid thing to buy your of course. Hgh thing in all sports not baseball. But i mean in all sports the same thing i mean in baseball has been filled with it all right since the get go so thanks a little angst around me this week. A little a little angst around you. This we have to do with the new york islanders. No now there's not okay around the new york islanders. Well i didn't know it's a family thing and they were deadlocked to the boston. Bruins been incredible series. Are obviously your son-in-law place for the islanders got a daughter and a granddaughter the whole thing i figured that'd be some angst around you. That was a ranger fan. All right fine. I don't know how many times i have to tell you. I'm a ranger fan. But i do enjoy great hockey and i. I'm seeing a lot of it and montreal's getting ready to do something that Winnipeg don to somebody else and that guy that got suspended for the amount of games is having impact on winnipeg montreal up three nothing. What's the though it does. It does involve sydney them okay. Because she's put me on fasting diet now for five days now five days. So what do you have to eat. Nothing nothing well liquid. Well no i got a l. a. barter so squid says that you're gonna lose between eight and twelve pounds and five days you know. Stop it for a second. So i know that their doctors out there i think this is. I know that there are a lot of out there. That probably have done this. But it's also city said. Help your aging cells on my. So she saying you look old i. That's what i thought. That's what i i'm my fat and old is that what. Oh by the way to one hundred and forty two pounds this morning. That's pretty good seven pounds off of my plane that's great. It's drought it a little bit differently. You know here and there but that's that's what you call a decent living. This isn't fair to me because you are going to be so grumpy and so pissed off and then you can't eat what you want to ease stuff in the sausage in their candidate the the orioles and the brakes and all that stuff orioles aiming. That's right it's no longer american. Not eating those snack wells or whatever you're making pork shank right. No pork shank none of that although we are getting berkshire pork chops and the burgers this week. Are we hall berkshire or way away. Great news for you. All right. And i'm gonna tell you on the other side of the break in berkshire pork chops. Were up against it. Yeah we're radio guy. We're up against a alan eddy or on the other side of the glass. Yeah and i'm just going to be on as the week goes on. Just how many days full week. This five days. Monday through friday gonna hit the weekend. He's going to be drinking and eating. Oh no no no no no come on. No no time you get into berkshire pork chop in the mail. This week. a leading into this. I was very very house was word i'm looking for. I was very dedicated about what i ate coming into this front great idea. I didn't wanna be slamming like bacon egg and cheese over the weekend you know and i've been very good leading up to this but i'm just telling you right now. Yeah by about wednesday eight. Your children and pitches better get better. You better lock and load boys. It'd be about wednesday buckle up man. Oh my god so she told me today is going to be great. I have the garmon is being honored at a golf tournament. I gotta go play that down at hollywood country club down and being honored yeah. He's a very philanthropic guy. Grandest good for you. So i gotta go to that today. I gotta be really careful. And i will not be partaking in all the great food that you'll eat it and you'll love it cow online. I'm not i'm not gonna crash. I'm not all right life very good. Well good luck with it. So after that the nafta she said tuesday and wednesday. I'll be a little tired and then thursday and friday. I'm going to be shot out of a cannon. So you know how those states that i command and i'm shot out of a cannon. You get really annoyed with me. yes for sure. I ready for that thursday and friday. Great so you eat that bar. Then what's the next thing that you eat. Eat poop and die. Sounds like a great diet. i i have. I have some peppermint tea that i have to drink this morning. And then i have like five or the packets of crap. That i gotta eat for lunch and then i got like three hundred the crap for a snack and then another packet of crap for dinner so you know what i'm going to make it happen and so i'm gonna tell you i'm to forty two this morning. Yeah right and and we'll see where we are friday. I very good beat me. He's going to have a hell of a time all week. Long with the drops each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo former told me that we're getting pork chops deliver and hamburgers. And he said he even better news after that so. I can't imagine what could be better than that. So i've been waiting. I didn't even tell me in the break. He's been making me sweat it out. So what's going on so you know. I did play golf over the weekend. And i had the fortunate opportunity to play golf with a very well known highly regarded big time. I mean totally big time shift. Big time shake chef. I mean huge. I mean when i tell you that way nope guy feeding nope david burke nope this guy emerald agasi in the world of being a chef like a chef guy. David burke people know says people know who he is and guy fieri him to and he has to amazing restaurants scott conan. Now i don't know you may have eaten now. You have one of these restaurants. I am eaten at one of them. And i didn't know i knew i was playing with the but in life. What kind of guy you never know. What kind of guys talk now. A good one to know so. I play the guy by his name. is tom. keller thomas. Keller thomas keller so. He owns the french laundry out in napa valley. Oh fuse also owns per se here. Time warner center. Wow this is like a big time this place. you can't get a reservation for like seven years. I can because. I took a sixty bucks off the golf course. Usa not doing enough. Because of the way i played it was more because the way my partner played. Joe mean joji so anyway. Here's the thing. Yeah of course one of my talking to him about on the golf course food. That's right and how you can't eat any because you have packets of crap for the the week that that too. But i was talking to him about our sandwich. And i wanted i wanted. I wanted to go to one of the top professionals. Yeah in the world when it comes to food. And i want it because you and i have been bombarded on twitter. Sure by people say you can't do this. You can't do that. you can't put coleslaw and provolone together. You gotta do this. You got to do that to remind everybody. We're talking about our boomer and geo hero boomer and geo hero at the seville sandwich shop. That guy called upset. He's going to make a sandwich for us so on friday. We were talking about what that would be right now is going to gave like the guy owns french laundry and the sandwich shop with these two. Things are gonna work concert honestly. I hit a nerve with them. Because i could not believe how excited he was that i was talking to him about making something a sandwich partner he goes you guys talk lifestyle so we talk sandwiches. I mean that's right but it's been a big part of this show for a long time. Even with the other knucklehead that i worked with so anyway. Here's the deal. He's all in on everything that you said. Great is in on the garlic bread that loves the butter during the course he loves the roast beef. All right he likes it to be a little bit cooked. It's gotta be warm. And this is not like a philly cheese steak speak shore roast beef. Roast beef has got a great taste to it. Loves the provolone cheese provolone cheese should just be more of a texture thing as opposed to a strong overbearing as you want wanted to. Overtake the sandwich. Yeah exactly which is what you said loves the coleslaw with mayonnaise. Right not the not niagara cold vinegars but he said this is what i would suggest two things one at a little horseradish because the horseradish goes great with the roast beef. Okay and add that into the coleslaw. Okay well rights and then on top of that and then on top of that. He said black pepper pepper. That's and he goes. You got yourself a killer sandwich. And he goes. I just want you to know how proud. I am to be a part of this. And to basically put his stamp on it that this would be a great thing for all people from all backgrounds to be able to eat you hide the salami. I would also say that him. I said look. I don't wanna see this on the french menu. I persisted exclusive boomer and geo hero is going to be some guy working at saint which it's like mixing horseradish coleslaw aboard. Go god tam. It has to be a little bit different. Has to be in no and he goes. You know not a lot of horseradish. Because you don't want to horseradish overtaking the sandwich. Either you just want to. It's a good mix with the roast beef okay. Salami pepperoni and a hot dog. I almost called playing golf yesterday. Tell you this. I would've been glad you saved it for here though is really into the salami this morning. Apparently he's hiding it. He's doing all sorts of things that's great and so we we now. So that's the sandwich. I got it full. We approved by one of the restaurant ores in the country. Yes all right great. I'm all in on a restaurant tour. Coma chef chef in a restaurant. He's not yet but he's really a chef. Who won a james beard award. He's won a lot okay. That french laundry came into play in my life. When remember a couple years ago i was asked by. Cbs sports. that have tony. Romo was gonna make the cut at a safeway. Napa valley yup. Well i finally found out why tony romo didn't make the cut at french launder was a french laundry because they always have dinner out there on a friday night. Yeah i guess. They're tuned up out there. Perfect so i found out why i was asked to go because tony wasn't focused on like all right so then i told him that serve course any. He knew all right very good. I am excited about this. I will let the people know it saved sandwich. The data that is it as a sandwich done deal. Thomas keller seal of approval twitch all right jerry recco esa. Da stadium bang. Bang right there too big stamp. Jerry's got the update. What's happening jerry brought to you by winters. Brothers way system's long island's number one choice for all your waste collection and recycling needs visit winters b. r. o. s. dot com and just a lousy weekend in the bronx wrapped up late last night. The to on line to the gap and left centerfield. There's a base in two runs easily score. it's a two run basic. Resent bogart's and boston takes us six four minutes. John mccall on the fan. Yeah you can breathe mon all you want. This was not a good weekend. Yankees wind up. Losing intend to the red sox six five swept away. They've lost eight of ten. Ten of thirteen manage. Aaron boone knows tim noel. An awful week for us culminating in in the end of this home. Stand and we gotta get. We gotta get right. We gotta get better. Aaron judge says just trying to turn the page learn a lot of things things that happened but now we gotta you gotta keep pushing forward now being minnesota tomorrow. He says he won't get nuts with the bad home. Stand yeah yeah with loss five or seven whatever you said but also about one hundred games less than the season but they are not playing well at all marwin gonzalez a two-run homer now wait had infield. Rbi single in the tent but dj la- mayhew did ground out to end the game. And then you had the issues with the umpiring which was just awful again. Phil nevin gets ejected. Because the home plate umpire called strike three on route. Netto door on a pitch. That was about a foot outside. And as boone says lots of concern for nevin because he's coming off a bad bout with virus and he still has an iv in his arm and yet he almost lost his mind. I mean obviously. I was a little worried about right there. And you know yes yes. I was concerned form. You guys all know phil and how fiery is and then. There was a pitch in the top of the tenth inning. That didn't go the yankees way. Another coach got ri- was really. It was a brutal ending to a bad weekend as say the yankees minnesota tomorrow yankees now. Thirty one and twenty nine two games over five hundred as they've lost ten of thirteen overall. Then there are the mets. They lost the first two in san diego. Then you get the jacob degrom game on saturday. He was outstanding. Is always in the marcus. Stroman did it with his arm in that and he lines shot base down the left field line giving cases fan. It's going to roll into the corner. Peraza round third. He will head home. There will be no throw. And the mets get the lung back and they lead it four to one look at stroman at second base. Doing all kinds of gyrations. Now clapping his hand. He's got the rbi double made it four one at the time after the essentially just gave san diego around. They want winning six two. Ed coleman the call on wcbs eight eighty dominic smith and james mccann home runs billy mckinney. An rbi single stroman six and two-thirds For the win. Also that double louise. Ross pretty surprising right loss. And he's he's aggressive is confident. I mean you know you know how he is In any in there is asking the pitcher having those damages camera game. Well any lace of fuel line here was stroman. He says it's been interesting with guys in and out of the lineup. But we're in a game but we've been doing is truly remarkable with having such a deal. Had these guys step in dominated spin amazing seeing mets. Now twenty nine twenty three three and a half game lead in the east they take on baltimore tomorrow. Probably not gonna talk about biggest. We've already heard it on the fan and everything else. But jacob degrom. The performance was amazing. Again guy who not worried about losing its spin rate. No no you know zero point. Six two now is e r. a. And if. I'm steve cohen. I'm thinking about erecting a statue for him doing things that nobody's ever done before he he is. He's obviously fighting for a third. Cy young probably should be as four cy young but this guy is just off the charts when he is on and he has been on for the most part almost the entire season better than everybody. I it's ridiculous and there's no. I so i'm watching him and i'm trying to figure out. Is he doing anything as he is. A guy anything on his hat or nothing. I don't see any. I know every watch and i'm looking to see if you're coming from yes but it it's got man. He has got control and he he just gets better and better could he have could. Is there a point in this career of his where he's better than or he has been better than he has right now. No no i don't think so. No i mean point six two. I mean he missed some time to but not a ton but yeah no this is this is it. This is the peak. He's throwing harder and he's ever thrown the lower than it's ever been. It's crazy i nine starts. He has the lowest e. r. a. By any pitcher since at least nineteen thirteen and you know how you guys are with the records maintained. Rtx nonsense paying attention so he wrote down a dirty notebook exactly elsewhere sunday. It happened again with someone getting hit by a pitch and not walk him. No no giving you out. Take the out. Hit the it right in the face man he did. That's tom mccarthy. Nbc sports philly austin voth which trying to bunt Trying to numerous pitches and ultimately take one with a broken nose blood all over. The place took on right in the face. I forget the philadelphia pitcher but came up in in on them and just i don't know if he fouled off into his face but it was right there and this is a wacky game. The phillies up winning twelve six and in the eighth inning down. Eddie has gone down. That's not but the knitting beyond bleaches foul and then going to the dugouts. it was basically falling over. They had to bring tractors out the fix it. They had a whole pulley system so that a long delay ultimately again the phillies win the game. Twelve six an empire. Brian nor in this game took a foul ball in the face off his face masks. He left the game so took over forty hours to play. So here we are with the mets. Okay right and they are still in first place. Yeah i would say it was a pretty good series against san diego. that's his roster one hundred percent and they've been in first place the whole month oman really. I mean for the last. What thirty five days i think or whatever it is and we can't sit here and bitch and complain about the way their playing and where they are right now. I know i'm just saying like we were early on. You know everybody worries about louis. Ross and this and that and all this other nonsense but at the end of the day they are in first place. And i think they You know. I was trying to pick it so yesterday. A story where they may be like one of the teams that have been in first place that longest well. it only really matters at the end of the season. Yes that is very true. Raise beat the rangers. Seven one thirty eight and twenty three. Now i think the six and a half behind them in the al jesse winker hit three home runs and six rbi's reds over the cardinals. Eight seven and again. They blew a seven nothing lead but still win the game. Nba play-offs clippers over the mavericks. Won twenty six one eleven. They take game seven leonard. Twenty eight ten and nine. La plays utah. next hawks. over the seventy sixers one. Twenty eight one twenty four. They take him one in philly. And yes joel and read them baby. My new favorite player trae young again. He was all over the plenty talking about your favorite black guys also. Hey listen what am i gonna do. I'm i'm rooting for them now. Why room for them to root for atlanta. Hopefully i can see that yeah. I don't want philly win. I want. I want trae young on man the average little guy. He's a little guy takes over the game. It's ridiculous i know. I mean but after how do the knicks duties doing the same thing to philadelphia. Man that's one game. We'll see what happens call. He's doing the same stuff it all year. I'm i'm rooting pa. Philly suck nets bucks tonight. We'll have it on the fan. That's up one game winning on saturday night. But james harden ruled out tightness in the hamstring. He left just forty seconds into the first game. You got game. One sons and nuggets and phoenix tonight as well islanders in boston game. Five islanders with a big win. Saturday series tied to two golden knights win on sunday. As did the canadians. The falcons agreed to trade. Julio jones to the titans for twenty twenty two second round draft pick and Twenty three fourth round selection Also quickly patrick. When the memorial jon rahm would big lead going into sunday forced to withdraw after a positive covid test on saturday night and he just got his first shot of the vaccine. I think on wednesday or something right so he had not gotten a vaccine. A lot of the players on the tour have gotten the vaccine. If you get the vaccine you don't have to go through all the testing protocols. He decided not to have it. That's why he has to go through the testing protocols and all the pga tour players you know obviously had an agreement the pga tour itself. Saying it look if you if you test positive if if you're a symptomatic your cute and he had a six stroke league s and had one of the best rounds of the year going. We should have sixty three on saturday. Almost he was telling g only had ten pots on the back nine and he had a very good opportunity to birdie that last eighteen th hole for only nine right and then all of a sudden they tell them and they tell them on camera to important. Nick faldo in jim nance like told them somebody died right well. He collapsed and went into tears immediately but then when i heard him say not again it it led me to believe it was something else. I wouldn't even thinking covid. The i mean because it's not in our minds as much as was one point. Six million dollars was a purse. Yup betty seven no nothing thing all lined up everything else and he made a mistake but then he did come out and it sounded like the pga tour wrote the statement that he where he agrees with. What took place here. And how took place. Because i know there are a lot of golf fencing. Go out there and play by himself and all those stuff. I'm a believer that you fight through it but if you sign the agreement that you're gonna follow the protocols you have to follow the protocols there can be no wiggle room. And he tested negative monday through friday. Yes and it was saturday salami so there's probably about twenty five thousand fans at this golf tournament. How many of those fans you think are walking around a symptomatic. Yeah i don't know. I mean i think about that stuff all the time. I really have no idea. Fifteen thousand kalayaan saturday night. People screaming yelling. It was an unbelievable atmosphere. How many. I know there are a lot of people in there. That are vaccinated. Sure this probably one or two walking around that are symptomatic and problems are probably not getting tested. Sure you've got you've got. It would say that dr scott atlas from stanford. That's the guy you gotta list that we should that we need to be listening to. I don't care what anybody else says. That guy has got his finger on the pulse of everything each the morning. Show with boomer esiason and greg boomerang told us. He's doing some five day fast. It's not really a fast. Because he's eating stuff and he's drinking stuff but it's some sort of crazy crash diet thing called. It's called prologue pro lawn. My daughter fasting mimicking diet. Does she like she needed to lose some weight. I guess yeah okay. What so they want you to to down for gunners wedding. That's the thing here. Is that what they're trying to give. I guess they don't want that to be a fat fast. The wedding but you you were way up there. You wanted the to sixties at one point you twenty pounds less than that look fine. I don't understand what you're doing this seven pounds per plane way which is great. It's sixty years old. It's tremendous but still you doing this. Fecta it's not it's a real deal are it's a real whatever i'm looking at it. It looks like beings and caled and packets of stuff. Call them crap packets earlier you you should try not now not summertime you kidney. Maybe this week. We'll get the bread next week for our sandwich. That's going to be a hit on the talent right exactly. I have to eat the boomer and geo hero for crying out loud. I can't be doing this fasting mimicking thing. But we're supposed to get the bread deliver tomorrow. Do a bread taste test to see what was going to be the best bread for the sandwich. We add a bread man. What would you even call this. Guy redmond red man coming in our termi coming in he was gonna come in and do our old deal and give us different things. You bake fresh bread and bring it in. We'd taste test and you can't even do it so now we gotta do it for the next week but this is what i'm saying you do this for five days and then you're gonna pork backup. We got berkshire pork chops out. His rank guy dominance getting slimmed-down baby watch out cinderella burgers pork chops coming in. Yeah so do this for job is a good way breaking it by the way you know because you don't want to go flying into you know breaking the fast you've gotta go slowly nowadays. I just did a light meat. And it's not like a big old heavy steak and all that my my thing is you know i am about being regular. I guess this could change that at this fs this up. I ain't gonna be just overly picked. It's one of the first things across my mind. But i didn't want to bring it up so early because it is a very sensitive subject. It's one of the first things that crossed my mind with going off of metamucil for a week you're not even taking that on all Yeah there's you're definitely going here at work. There's no doubt about it that streak is ending. There's not gonna be enough in me to go to all the it'll but that's the whole point of cleaning out fifteen years never had to do that anywhere houser. No i'm thinking this is now the thing you're changing your you putting your entire routine on its ear with this thing you know how you make a left hand turn onto a main main road new york city and they say a left hand turn is dangerous. It's the most dangerous turn because the vision zero that the diploid put in the place and all that stuff which which makes sense you know. Yeah but when you have a bicycler going the wrong way on a main avenue and you're making a left hand turn and you're not even looking at that by slim bicycles. I almost took out. What would i do if i have to stop. And i had a year right. And then they go yeah. I literally came within inches of hitting two bison on friday trouble cyclists cyclist bicycles. Yes thank you cyclist thank you you. What made you think of that. No we're talking about opening work all of a sudden by even work and driving. And i'm telling you i almost hit a twice. I know it's dangerous man out there going the wrong way and have is in the back of your head like i'm all for bikers great. I'm a biker mice. I now although never riding in the streets of new york city is it is like mad out there right but they go. I mean anybody care no nobody cares. Nobody cares the other thing. Nobody cares about and this is something. I was going to bring lamet since we're talking about the city. So this morning on. Panhandler alley going into work on american. Mary us all the lights. Were all everybody because so many cars that are all stocks. Light lay light. So that's where all the panhandlers hang out. Then come up to your car. I had a guy take a quarter and start banging on my window today. One of the lights go look. I'm just kidding. I give him the kidney hands right like so now. We're getting aggressive. We're getting. It's not just the look in the car and see if i'm willing to throw something out of the car now now getting banging on the window. Yes that's another thing. Nobody cares about daytime nighttime. Nobody stops any of that. It's just attacking it's like flies on. Poop is second in a red light. They all come out right up to the car. It's just all the problems. We spent two billion dollars on a mental health program. That's not mentally health programming. Anybody yeah or helping anybody anyway. Zaken rockville centre zac. What's happening brother. Who may just is aki. All first of all. I got a couple of things first of all as much like heyday rod. As as much as i can't stand all analytical year. The resi was outside. Change at the got a fastball. Hate that you got better better. Look i can't stand the gun. Nine eight righties and in the lineup. I was right. Stadium is built for left handed hitting. But somehow you know you got mike ford garbage right gardiner. The night hitter without without hope. S a hundred fifty points higher than jacob degrom. Batting average is your only hitter tampa bay. Rays are bill for yankee stadium. Can't seem yes. Yeah tampa bay. Rays are built a lot better than the yankees all right now. I'm not saying fire. Brian cashman firearm firearms. I'm saying is. They got shake things up the house. Now say fire a hitting coach i mean. Is that really going to do anything. No it doesn't do anything for the sake of of of actually improving the thing like. Why are you fire a coaching football. Not because he doesn't know what he's doing because you got to shake things up. Yeah i mean. I know they don't do it in the nba. They did with nate mcmillan. This year and look with the coach wasn't getting it done. They also do it in hockey a lot. And and then all of a sudden it turns around like the blues one from last place in january like five years ago to win the stanley cup. We're talking to different. Things is he. Says don't fire aaron boone. Fire one of the coaches off. The stat doesn't mean anything exactly ridiculous. If you're gonna do something actually do something. Things up would be fired a manager. But they're not gonna do that. There's absolutely no way. They're going into their hitting coach. Yeah they don't. I mean they got her first place they are but you know hugh quavo bomb. That's the guy that's got him in. First place audubon bomb nelson. Staten island nelly. What's happening brother. Hey boom real quick. I just gotta know how fast you take. These left turns because you got to be taking them at less than five miles. An hour i am you're ripping them off nelson nelson ripping them. Let's say you know you never know onto a quad. A dirt bike. Yeah just take give these guys a break. I take it easy. Just tell them the right way. Nelson's avenue all ripping us left south pick seventh avenue. Slow it down. I see a lot of dangerous bicyclists z. Shore on ocean avenue all bikers right ryan people backing out of their beach spots. No one looks to back up the bikers. Don't look that anyone's backing up your in a situation like they gotta be really careful for somebody opening their door. Well these are parked in diagonally. So it's just cars backing up. Okay right into the main road where the bicyclists third not paying any attention. Either well as vice was bicyclist hawaii. Because it's all like it's all like forty old dudes in their tight skintight outfit. That's sixty year old. That's me so cyclist direct. Say why keep saying that. But als doing it. It's freaking me out but out. I understand what you're saying. But as a biker. It's up to me to make sure that i'm yes. Stop religious guards. You got guys coming. I'm assuming it's guys. I can't tell but it's they're coming down the avenues the wrong way. They are quickly to two of them. Yeah mike and yorktown heights. Was going on mike. Good morning guys Boomer i know the reason why you want to go on his diet. Yeah that mike. I think you've got the parade coming up. You wanna let the you know. Want to take the top off all. Yeah that's what i'm talking about. You know what you may that may be true but by the way it's not a parade it's a party right. It's a boat party but that's a good idea. Maybe i'll have to stay on this thing through the summer. Yeah well why not. Don't eat from now until the boat parade in my boat horn at all the holidays. Just completely writ top of that yacht oil up and flexing flexing yeah so august thirteenth by the way the boomer and gio party starting at the lake house and bayshore god. There's a small. It's we're calling it the both. There's a small parade element to it because we're going to go from the lake house and then over to connect river all together and i said about three miles. Yeah just about yeah. I'd say maybe the semen assaulting how deep is this. Because i know that we can't we can walk across the great size. Totally fine totally fine. There's a little area there in friend lake has just got to be careful but anybody with a depth finder vaccination that quite river. Oddly enough is where. I would come out of the go clamming and i know it's part of their like union. I know which is great. It's another reason why. I thought that was a good play off of timber. Point country club right there. The golf club. And i believe in the suffolk police marine marina. Yeah perfect perfect and our guys out there. Make sure everything's okay. I'm not going. Yes you are and also i think we're going to get a ferry escort to think we escort and big old ferry module present. Go okay your ass is going to be there right next to me. That's not my style style all ripped up into that thing man ain't gonna be handcuffed boomer. They the night before handcuffed. And make sure you can't go anywhere. Yeah sleeping on a boat the night before sal sleeping on the boat before. I'm not thinking about this boat parade till the week of now. You're already talking about it. So you're already thinking about. And you had and i remember when we first started talking about this. You're like no no we're gonna keys wasn't allowed to eat boneless wings on the air so i thought there's no way we're doing boat parade. I never seen a bunch of guys not what to do anything more than you guys. Honestly if this were in jersey. I probably feel safe right now and i'd be all for years and years and years we would go down to the headliner. I didn't mind gone down. Actually those those all of those getting side. I was bummed. We couldn't do that two years in a row. I really enjoyed that. And and quite frankly i didn't have that much of a problem going back and forth. You took a private plane didn't hot. I drove back the second time. But no i ended up a private plane. Dad wayne crop duster. Wait a second. that's not no but it's not a crop duster fart sound. How many propellers that plane. I ended up taking was someone else's plane which is a nicer plate. Actually which is a bigger plane. How many propellers on there yeah. There were undergrad has has one recreational plane fart sound with him. Well you've got to you know it's a nice lane shaving he loves the thing you know. It's a crop duster and then made a forza took looks like you've never seen it. You know what it looks like. It has one propeller on the front of it. That's what it looks like. I mean how many is it a world war two Plane though the spitfire something not a spitfire but no the second year. I did drive back and forth and it was totally fine. A bad. it wasn't bad at all absolutely not each the morning show with boomer science and in gregg giannotti boomerang zero for the ones finding new ways to ensure the job always gets done for the ones wearing many hats for the ones who are hands on even from far away and the ones keeping business moving forward we are grainger offering supplies and solutions for every industry with twenty four seven support and experienced staff and over two hundred and fifty local branches call. Click grainger dot com or stop by grainger for the ones who get it done.

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REShow: Bruce Arthur. Hour 2 (05-30-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

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REShow: Bruce Arthur. Hour 2 (05-30-19)

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One sports net. Production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. Hey, it's shaggy now that the NBA also, we can is over. It's time for the second half of the season to get underway. It's a tight battle in both the western and eastern conferences, as teams vying for playoff position that I've been saying for months, there's only one place again on all the action, then online dot AG sign up today for a free account and use the promo code podcast. One. And when you make your first deposit you'll receive a fifty percent bonus that's promo code podcast. One NBA savings heating up. Don't miss out on all the fund better Alon dot AG online sportsbook experts experts experts. This is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Soccer carpool, nine ten purchase birthday card nine go five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards? I'm sorry. I can't fit that question into your schedule. Nine fifteen cry for days that won't end. Let schwann's help with swans he can get delicious meals. Like, oh, from freezer to table in minutes not hours ordered delivered done. That's homemade easy visit today at Twas dot com. Hour number two of the rich Eisen show is on the air, Michelle Beedle called in from Toronto Canada site of game, one of the NBA finals tonight, and she, I'll tell you, I wasn't joking towards the end of the conversation when she said she thought that there was a certain element of the warriors team that wants to show Durant. They could do without him and that they're relishing it. And I'm like, what gives you that idea? She thought I was joking. I, I wasn't I totally think that's the thing. I don't think it's I look she's around the team having she's there in Toronto and ESPN covered the Western Conference finals that was a, a short work of the blazers. So she's she's been around the team. I, I will defer to someone that's been around the team, I believe that team anx is real all year long. None of them are having fun. And now that he's not they're they're doing what they did before he got there. And it looks like they're in. Join playing basketball more I saw this team with my own two is dismantled the clippers in game. Four of that series. And they did not look to me to be a team that was having little fun. They looked a having a blast all of them. And when Durant's drop and fifty, they all looked like they were rallying around him and they all in a way we I mean, we, we've had a whole bunch of other insiders on saying that the locker room is, is fine and dandy met November here in Los Angeles between Durant, and Draymond was an Alar. I guess we'll see won't we I believe Durant staying. Even though RIC Bucher said what that he's given up. He's so this house and bought a property in New York City. Yeah. He would be. I think he would be totally nuts to go to the next nuts. Take Dolan's money, put his legacy in the hands of a guy that is truly awful. We know at running his business. For the next. And hoping for that to blossom and invite kyri to join him and R J Barrett. I guess, shows up and lights it up and the rest of the young Nick's that they have put together mesh the one thing that I, I think the Knicks have going for them Fidel who you know, I love I thought that was a great move by them. But we'll see an all play out, and I bet you he's going to be all in. Boogie cousins is active he'll be all in and engaged. And I think he's gonna wind up figuring out a way to get back out there. Although Steve Kerr did say that he's, he's not even getting to the individual portion of getting out on the floor by himself. He's not even out there then he's got a practice. I'd be surprised if he plays. However, the schedule however, the schedule benefits them. I mean, again, there's a reason why the playoffs are so long. That boogie cousins could blow tears quad muscle. In that was game one or it was game to think game to right against the clippers of the opening round. And now he's back and nearly two months ago. The next game for Interahmwe Sunday. And then the one after that is Wednesday. So we're six days removed from Durant, and the warriors hosting an NBA finals game. And then game four is Friday. So there's four games over the next eight days. There's time for them to get back. There's time for to get back Christian yelich is going to join us in our number three. Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Star is gonna join us shortly to give us an idea of what's going on in Toronto and how exciting it is for raptors fans to get an NBA finals game tonight and have the two-time defending champion warriors on their court. It's the first time the warriors have had to start an NBA finals game on the road. And Bruce Arthur rights for the Toronto Star is a columnist. And he's terrific. I follow him on Twitter and his, his work is remarkable. It's great stuff. And so, he's the perfect guy to describe what's happening in that town, Christian yelich will join us in our number three, the home run leader and major league baseball right now. And the talk of major league baseball, not yell at you or Bellinger, right now on today. It's about a young girl in the city of Houston. Taking a foul ball. Direct hit and the shot that we're showing right now is Albert a more Amora of the cubs. Seeing this in every player in tears and fans unable to, to look at what just happened. And this is a scene that seems to be playing on a major league baseball. At least once if not twice a year now. At least of a fan taking a foul ball directly. A woman. I, I guess I of advancing years last year in Los Angeles, she she died. She took a baseball off of her. She took a baseball direct hit and passed away for days later. And baseball Meads to do, what Albert Amora said it needs to do after the game last night. The young lady was up the third base line. And the, the Astros have netting. From the farthest end of one out around home plate to the furthest end of the next dugout. But sure enough that, that line drive in this day and age where where? Talking about exit velocity and measuring exit velocity. And it seems to me that with this being a metric that not only teams in players focus on. It seems that baseball's are hit harder than ever. And can. Hit you faster than ever. And if there's no netting. It can hit a little girl. And again the video last night. The Astros catcher just turned around like they saw it hit the girl. And everybody just looked away. Alex bregman and tears, and Al moron was inconsolable. And this was him after the game folly would suck the most. Story. Life is as soon as I hit the first person I walked is on was her. So I'm speechless. I'm lost of words. Being a father two boys with God willing. I'll be able to have a relationship with this little girl for the rest of my life. But of prayers right now. That's all I really control. Obviously, I wanna put them at around the whole stadium. But. Oh man. I don't know sort. Joe madden. The manager of the cubs had this to say. Understand that, listen, this is not under your control. There's nothing that you could have done about that differently said, no, please don't blame yourself. Of course it's an awful moment, but this game and it's out of your control. And you just have to understand that part of it. Listen, I've kids grandkids. It's a real awful moment for a player to go through something like that. There's different things you're thinking about doing but I knew he's going to be lost in that at bat. It's a human moment. And I'm really actually part of the way react me too me, too. He reacted as a father of two and, and a human manner, and there's no reason for it to happen. I'm fortunate enough to go to games with my kids and when we're up close and there's netting you. I don't even notice it. Do you. Do you do notice the netting? Yeah. When you're watching a game throws that you see through it's hard not to notice it, but does it ruin the game for you? I mean you could honestly answer, you think I think if you're sitting way down near the foul poles. It's kind of in the way, especially if you're on the if you're on the, the, the fence part of the experiences talking to the outfielder is trying to get balls thrown to you trying to get a foul ball. Everyone wants to go to a game and get a foul and I know and I know baseball wants to take all that into account and some teams do as well. Part of the fan experience, I think is really important, especially when major league baseball is trying to grow the game. I think that one is too many. And if we've got to put netting all the way to the foul pole, then let's do it. See what happens one year. The saving grace again that we're all latching onto is the I think the Associated Press took a photograph and you could see the young girl. Crying, but conscious like it wasn't it didn't look like she was bleeding from her head. Wants to many I, I mean it's that serious and, and I can't imagine people be like Amonte going to the game and sitting there because there's a net. I don't I don't you know and and baseball players could talk through the net. Also, maybe. I think I think this is the only answer here. Because why should a major league baseball player? Think for a split second that ball that came off his bat. Is something that is ruined or affected the lives of a little girl and her family. And again, I'm I'm talking about how it affects everybody, clearly, the first thought is about the little girl in their family. Why should a little girl go to the game in wind up in the hospital or why should a woman go to a game and then wind up in the cemetery? So why should this happen? Why should a player like Amora be put in a situation where he thinks that he potentially mortally injured a child? I mean it just. When you're sitting here, thinking, well, the we, we just need, we need to also think about the fan experience only thing about the fan experiences, protecting them a and then b let them have fun. I think that's the only answer here there really isn't another one. And at eight is Don Japan has this. It's still very popular sport there. And you heard what Mora said all of his teammates last night, said, do it just put a put a fence around will it Christian yelich on that topic, and many others? When he joins us on the show. Coming up at the top of hour number three's, going to be our first guest next hour check in our poll question at eight four four two zero four rich as well over there. Crisco for who's going to be the NBA finals MVP can a couple guys from the warriors Steph curry Draymond green through Kevin Durant in their Kowa wetter the field right now curry leads the way fifty four percent now kind of pulling away collide twenty six percent. So one out of every four voters think the raptors are going to win the series. Yes. Because I don't think it if the raptors win it's not going to it's going to not because vanfleet was just lights out not going to be Seattle. No, let's. I shouldn't say that because. The warriors have three championships of the Carrara three out of four and Durant won the last two NBA finals, MVP's and an extra dollar run the first and I bet you going into that series they would you would say, well, if they're going to win it's going to because Corey, yes, never know of that was based on iguanas defense. I understand. Yeah. He's got a little Bron. Nobody saw that coming in. No, that's true. Eight four four two four riches. The number two dollar your phone calls as well. Bruce Arthur of the columnist of the Toronto Star. He has some great information to. I wanted to have him download to you because we know everything about the wars, man. We know everything about this team. We're already talking about their future in July first, and obviously, that's part of what's going on with Toronto. But what this team, the raptors team means to that city will be on full display tonight, but I also want to add a little bit more context for you. That's what I feel is my job here on the rich Eisen show. That's coming up next. Rich Eisen here for sleep number. Now you've heard me talk about how much I love my sleep number bed. And for good reason, gives me a great night's sleep. Maybe that's caused you to consider a sleep number bed. But then you thought you couldn't afford one but can you really afford another restless night's sleep, of course you can't? And right now, guess what? 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Bruce rich I could sleep one hundred years, but it's the best our I, you know, I look, I, I read your stuff on, on Twitter, as you know, we've, we've gotten to know of this first time we've ever spoken for. We've known each other a bit through a following each other on Twitter. And I wanted to have you on the show 'cause what you've been writing of late, what you've been communicating of late really gets to the heart of what people are feeling up there. So I'll just throw it up out to you and say, what, what is the feeling there in Toronto going into tonight's game? I would say it's something new, and it's something new for a lot of reasons. I'm one of them is if you're raptors thing, you started out as a very small piece of a much bigger sports puzzle. This is a hockey country. Right. And not only that this is a hockey town, the Toronto Maple Leafs were passed down from your grandfather, to your father to you. And in this town. If you're not a leash thing or something else, and for a lot of people because the sports had to have the raptors became the something else, especially for people of color in this. It's a very multicultural fan base in a very multicultural city in a way that other teams in the city can't quite match. And so if you're a raptors fan, you, you started out as kind of another and you put your heart into the team. And then your stars left Vince Carter left. Chris Bosh left trees, McGrady left or kept going, and going, and then what's your team got good? Once they got into the murderers, and Kyle Lowry, Dwayne Casey Arab turn raptors their massage eerie the seasons would end with something different which was humiliation like LeBron. James pulled their pants down on national TV over and over and over again. And this is finally a team where raptors fans don't feel scared. And maybe they showed because Golden State without like these guys are the champs, but this raptors team feels different. And so for if, if you're representing the first time probably in the franchise history where you've really been rewarded. And so when they won game sixty s Milwaukee, the town, just every raptors fan and all that kind of casual bandwagon fans coming in it exploded, yet, people on their balconies shooting cell phone, but he was, and you could hear it, you could hear it in the city. And so it's really is something new. There's an excitement about basketball in the city in this country that there's never really been before. And the team is finally worthy of all of this import into it from all these people have all these years. Well, obviously, there's so many casual fans would relate this team to Drake right that he's the most well known fan. And also will known aspect of the phantom. What what is emblematic of, of the fan of the raptor fan or this team? Bruce is is it Drake? I mean, is that a viable is that a viable picture? Oh, that's the one that people know. Right. In a way, just of the reps me told, they have another superintendent name is now body as a car dealer is a first generation Indian immigrant the two most prominent fans the team visible minorities this Toronto is by pretty much every measure the most ethnically diversity in morals, right? Like we have people from all over the cloak. It's, it's an incredibly multicultural city, and that doesn't make perfect or anything. But when you look at the community, look at the crowds outside the building, and this is something that happens in other places now, but it happened in Toronto as much as anyone. I if you look at the fans who are out there in the cold and the wet and tonight, actually, it'll be pretty nice that crowd looks like the city that looks like riding the subway in this town. And that to me is what it is, is that this is like the Torme police can be a team for everyone because they are so big. They're just so massive. There's the fan base. They have. Is as big as probably almost any team in North America. But for the rafters, there was kind of you didn't need the bar of accessibility in terms of money at cost hockey, right? Are in terms of having to learn sport like basketball as globally. More popular sports hockey, this is sport in this town for, for more people from more places, and that to me is what the fans of Toronto really is. So Drake kinda does. I mean he he's a kid who grew up in a nice part of town was an actor his famous now and good for him. And now body was a percentage immigrant. You've got three thirteen and built his way in this country. And those are both kind of stories of how the raptors fan base was built, and who they are. It's really inclusive place. And that's something I really liked Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Star here on the rich Eisen show. And then you wrote a piece recently about this team being put together and who they are. And it is it is remarkable. How this is an NBA finals team. We know. About Cobb, I how did this team get put together and get to game? One tonight is a remarkable story in itself, Bruce, when it's true because they don't have anyone drafted picky. But they needed guys drafted about fifteen to get here Marta. Rosa was nice pick Jaka Pertile was max pick. Those guys went in a trade along the onus Valentino's one went for the Marcus all trait, and one for the quiet Leonard trade, and as a result, you look at this team and co I was a fifteenth, pick Kyle Lowry was a twenty four tickets on his thirteen Serge Ibaka was a twenty four th pick. He's I'm his thirteen Norman Powell was a second round pick. Fred vanfleet was undrafted. Danny green was the second round pick Marcus all came out of nowhere. Right. He was just powder, sells chubby brother, but he made himself into something they all did. And that's something that I think just relates to anybody, like, for, I'm, I think I'm like a lot of people when I don't have a rooting interest in sport that turn on television that you're the underdog. And that's what this whole team is right? Nick nurse was a coach who started out on the other side of the world like he was coaching in Britain and went through the G league and wound up here. Messiahs Yeary is from Julia. He's the only general manager or team president NBA history from the continent of Africa. These people came from a from a long way they had to come a long way to get here, and you can say the same thing to a lesser degree of the warriors. Like they don't other outside of Kevin Durant. There's not a lot of number one picks on that roster is Steph curry was seven he got passed over by number of teams but this ratcheting team from a long ways away, and maybe that's one reason I think there's a lot of reasons but the for a team that's rarely Tilly new together. There was a collective purpose of these guys have shown to the ploughs. There's been really impressive. And maybe it's that they've all had to fight. And maybe it's also that just really good the night that Dwayne Casey, one coach of the year here in Los Angeles at the NBA ords making the decision that you Jiri made to fire him. Look even worse if I'd come up. To you that night, Bruce Arthur and said, hey, guess what the NBA finals game one is going to start in Toronto next year against the warriors. What would you have said? Well, I didn't have Kawhi Leonard yet did I would L great? But co I changes everything, and that's, like, Nick nurses, been really good as a coach. He's had to adjust the playoffs going on. I think he's he's really gotten comfortable with Israel, the defense he unleashes on teams. So they drink Griffin. Is your number one defensive assistant? There is for Rochas the number one reason, I think this series really long, the raptors have chance, but the Colli has changed everything about this team because the poise they show Kawais poet poise right? The crunch time kinda moxie. They've shown has been Kawais, and they really do follow him. And he is he is he is even better than I thought he was going to be an I was telling people here when traded required Leonard that you won't believe how good this guy is but he kinda hit it all seasons. Like he was just he really did practice for the sixty games he played, and it turns out he had levels to get to. And I still think there's another level for Hawaii to get to his files. I'm really interested. What it is going to be too. Is there a sense of dread as well? That this is a a one one and done one shot. Only one, one finals only opportunity with. I think I think it's in the back of people's minds. But the joy and the experience has been so rich that people are kinda putting it off right. Like they're not thinking about the future because he's, he's already authored so many moments that are among the best and raptors history. The shoddy its in game four in Philadelphia be shot and game seven against the work you did in the Milwaukee series like this guy is unbelievable. And it is true. Like nobody knows nobody even knows. Let's say the team wins the champion upsets Golden State. Nobody knows that, that will ensure that why would resign in Toronto. He's a different cat and it at the end of this. We're gonna find out what do why really wants right? Like part of it is gonna be basketball. You really care about basketball and health, which he's been healthy here. But it's possible he wants to live in southern California. And if that's the case, he'll go signed with the clippers, I would expect, nobody knows yet. So the raptor, to me, the raptors have between four and seven games. Quiet Leonard left and it is a special thing. And this team has a chance to against a dynasty team like awesome warriors team. And I don't know if they gonna make an shots. And I don't know if they're going figure out the warriors offense quickly enough, but I think they're gonna play nothing Kawais really gonna play. And if he leaves, it's interesting, I think it might be the first time. And there's a lot of guys who've left us down. I, I don't know if you could really mad at him because he's given so much on this run. So to raptors fans to do basketball in the country. Do you want to go live at home? Then that's fine. He goes in lives at home, if he stays then everything's possible. I mean well, here almost everything's possible. Anyway. A few more minutes left with Toronto stars Bruce Arthur here on the rich Eisen show has has has he dined, or wind in any of the co wine and dine decal, count restaurants, and establishments has he actually take advantage of the free meals that he's being offered by the, the folks there in Toronto best you can tell I have. No, I have no evidence that violent leaves his house, very much, right? Like there's very, very little about Leonard out on social media out about town. I mean he's he's got a new child. And like there are people that have asked why Leonard various points during the season. Where do you live? And he's like, I'm not sure he's got a car service takes back and forth. He's not. I think he understands that the city is really. Sited but I don't think he spent a lot of time enjoying the, the city itself as is my impression. But the thing with Kawhi is he keeps everything so low key, and so private that there's all kinds of stuff going on. But I'm sure none of us know about. Maybe he's been out to more restaurants, than we know or maybe he's just ordering them all into the house. So what will this mean Bruce? I mean it's been since the sixty six sixty seven season for the Leafs to bring home the Cup. And it's been twenty some odd years, twenty six years since the CTO Gaston. Wam co Blue Jays brought the World Series trophy to Toronto. What, what would this mean if it actually happens? Kind of create a say this, this'll be the first major championship in Toronto sports, and I'm not including Major League Soccer or the CF L in the internet era. Right. 'cause ninety three Joe Carter hits a home run. No one's tweeting about that. Right. It's like that's on YouTube now. But only after fact, right, this, this has the potential for basketball and candidate. It takes up a hundred notches, right? Like it just it just pushes it across the country. And it gives everyone a memory write a shared memory already kind of has. But if you get a championship different thing entirely I don't know if it matters for Kawai, and maybe it does. Maybe he can't even a championship. You can't walk away. That would be enormous with the franchise that has huge domino affects and for the city. This city seems really awful things man sports, like it's been a really tough run. The Leafs haven't been in a Stanley Cup final since they had more than sixteen like they had sixteen in the NHL nine hundred sixty seven as soon as they expanded at least never got there again. So this, this is a town that. Has been relentlessly incompetent when it comes to sports, and the Jays had a brief window Leafs are in a bit of the ginning of a window. Now the raptors when a title, the city's when waiting for something like this for a long time, and I think it will just explode. What about the entire country, though? Bruce. I mean are there are there still people I guess in Montreal? Or rooting against them. Route Boreas fans just out of spite. I mean, we're I'm always, I'm always interested in sports spite is there. Any still. Oh, there's there is that dynamic in this country. You are raised to not like Toronto because it thinks it's so great if you live in a replica. Absolutely. If an arrogant town, it's referred to itself as the center of the universe. But I think what's happening with the like it happened with the Jays when they wanna title. And I think it's happening with the raptors now is at some point some teams can cross over into the bloodstream and become something that's kind of pancanadian beyond just Toronto. I think anecdotally that seems to be happening for the raptors and you see it and TV ratings they went over. Three million for game six against Milwaukee to put that in perspective. You guys in America. Ten people for everyone that we have. So that's like a thirty million person audience, right? Enough, that's something they've never done before. And people are starting to watch people are starting to get this basketball came from a long ways back and there's country like, when they when we got NBA teams people had to explain the rules for five years, and, and where we are now is the support that anyone can play that's being played more cross country's ever was. We have more NBA players in this country than we've ever had. It's growing. It's we're now becoming a basketball countries. How would describe it? And this would be a big step in pushing up a notch to knows what last one for you, Bruce, which player from the early days of the raptors, would you be thinking of if the raptors pull this off, which which person would you be thinking of from early days, or throughout that'd be, you know what, that this, this would have been need? If said player was part of this. Team, etc. Oh, that's really, that's a really interesting question, because I mean, the history is so undistinguished, right? Like to me, there's people who have been part of the organization on a part of it anymore, who I wish we're still here like Jim Bloomberg was a PR guy for twenty years, best pure guy in the league, and he left last year went to the NBA, and he missed out on this interest players, a guy like Jose called to someone who still beloved in this town guy that people out. I wish I wish Chris Bosh was here doing TV during the finals wish he could've stayed and had a better career here. I mean he went to Miami and it was great. And he had a tragic into his grew in terms of the blood clots, a wish they could have done something better for player like that. A lot of people are gonna think about Ben's and Vince 'cause Vince is still the most powerful emotional touchstone of the history of this franchise in terms of people love him and hate him. Still to this day. I wonder if this is enough to clips Vince to be something bigger than than something we lost as, as a kind of city a fan base. As for the franchise. I think it could even of Kawai walks because they will create something win or lose in this final did created something that people will remember forever. And that's if you're a sports fan. That's all you can really ask for from your franchise, right? Great stuff, Bruce, put voice to the what you put out there in print. It's, it's awesome. And I hope we get to speak throughout the finals rich huge fan. It was my pleasure. Be Schulman ice, brother. That's Bruce Arthur at Bruce underscore Arthur on Twitter. A great follow great follow. I've been following them for quite some time I was fun. Wasn't it just gives you an idea of what's that steak on the other side of the border? We're so warriors focused or so Kawai focused when it comes to the raptors I think this is going to be a great seer. I'm excited right? I'm really excited. It'll be ninety five sixty five fourth quarter if the under him with that. Oh, look at you Mr. gambling sites. 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I was howling listening to Bob. Murphy. Remember that, right? Kinda, right? And, and to all you fathers out that happy birth. That's right on those day. That's what he said, say happy birthday, that was signed off. On his Father's Day. All you fathers out there. Happy birthday, happy birthday lesson. Another four roses while you're at it. That's awesome. What's on your mind there? Al, you know, I went to I've actually been to minute maid when when, you know, we started our relationship here, Richard down in Houston. Right. And I was able to get some good seats and it's just not minute maid, but I on the third base line. And, you know, I wrote third baseline, and I put my kids, and we might even have talked about this before and the last time. But I, I sent on the end like those balls come at you extremely fast and extremely hard. And with the way that these guys are all stronger bigger faster. The throwing the ball harder the hitting the ball harder. I mean you can't have things like this go on any more like fans. You know, y y you're exposed, even when they went past the lot, you know, when they even expanded expanded, it's just it's not safe. And, and, and listen. If you. If you feel like you can't enjoy the sporting events with some extra protection. So, so was four year old girl doesn't get being in the head with a ball, then maybe you should just go watch it on TV because it's just not. It's not even remotely close to being safe at this point. Very with the Al, thanks for the call. Thanks for the call. I mean that's really the only answer Christian yelich you're defending National League MVP for the Milwaukee Brewers are taking on the pirates tonight. In pittsburgh. He'll be calling in from from western PA at the top of the next hour. We'll talk about this and so much more with him in a second. What's let's check on poll question over there. Christopher what's our poll question results as they currently stand looking at the NBA finals MVP game one tonight obviously. And Toronto Steph curry was doing right now fifty five percent that's going up every time we check it kuwa- Leonard twenty seven percent. Draymond nine. Do you want to you want to switch the poll question to our original one for the last hour of our program? Sure, why not be great at that. That's sly Stallone in Rambo was trending today. Okay. So because there's a new ramble new Rambo movie called the last last blood last ball. We sure it's the last blast. I mean, do they really wanna box themselves in, like those, he's still got blood clot blood Bank? Love cleft rich. Clot would be. The sequel keep going that my tufo, the Rambo last blood clots. I mean. That's great that lasts blood Bank that that's next level sequel, but bath. Well, I mean that's the first one was. They're all blood bath with the, the, the villain being played by actor Richard Crna back in the day, also famous for being in, in, in a many, many films Richard crown also, Brian Dennehy Denny's were the villain. Now, Kranish his friend, always buddies, come on memories, like come back come back. I thought he was a Brian. Villain. Why guys never makes you Krenz within he's never never do that. It's bad. Brian dennehy. By the way, he played. He played. Bob Knight in the first ever movie is Tara awfully thought it was terrible. And we had to carry that water on sportscenter. He shared it. Oh my God. We have to carry that water. You'd never forget. All these ESPN see ruled parties all of them that everybody wants to get into the one. The one in south beach next year will probably be as the kids say, lit everybody rating around the corner. I was at the first ever ESPN Super Bowl party. It was in two thousand and one for the patriots. And the Rams it was in New Orleans. They never had a Super Bowl party before. And they had one on bourbon street and it was it was the theme of the party was to promote the season on the brink. Yes. To, you know, who is there, you know, who is there is the draw was Denny crum Louisville, former Louisville head coach. And I'm like every time I see these great ESPN symbo partisan like to go to the one in New Orleans where the DRO is Denny crum. Oh my gosh. So what our poll question without that? Okay. So we're talking about. Yeah. Which movie franchise, are you over, like okay, just choices you just had a national do is just on the poll question. We currently have put this on our Twitter feed. Okay. Well on Twitter, we're going to have to eliminate one because we have five option case. So give me the so we came up with Rambo obviously. Right. Fast and furious transformers Terminator. There's a new Terminator out right fail. 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Hour 2 : Missing The Beard

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Hour 2 : Missing The Beard

"The keyshawn jay williams zubin podcast is brought to you in part by progressive. Have you tried the name your price tool yet. It works just the way it sounds. You tell progressive how much you want to pay car insurance and they'll show you coverage options that fit your budget. It's easy to start a quote and you'll be able to find that works for you. It's just one of the many ways you can save with progressive. Get your quote today at progressive dot com and see why four out of five new customers recommend progressive progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law g. Jay williams zubin podcast so luka doncic out of the nba playoffs have might not be a great thing for the nba even though in la market at elliott market team. Stay alive in the clippers. They get the win. they win. Game seven over the mavericks they move on to play the jazz and j will starts now worry that his conference final. Get the hotel ready in utah. We'll be i feel it. What is your worst case scenario for the western conference final because not worse case. Come on now i mean. There's always the worst. Because i love denver denver planning and he gets an opportunity to have a front row seat at a western conference final. And he's complaining about where they're going to play. The the worst complaining never came out of my mouth. And i just said it's not the worst case scenario because i said like denver. Utah utah so tell me that sons clippers bird thank you the right and not being appreciated describe me. I don't like i don't like it. Which hotel would you prefer which city you would prefer your hotel. Two sons clippers please. He's built more won't be. Would it be a bad place visit. So you don't want to be placed in denver's what you're saying. I wouldn't mind. I'm happy to be here. Keyshawn a great happy. You wanna make sure. I'm happy to hear you could legally be very happy in denver. Yes very very happy. Denver work. Well let's see. We got to change the at work. My sleep might not be as the other side on the other side. Of course the the eastern conference playoffs and we looked at nets bucks as like what could be the most entertaining series of the eastern conference playoffs regardless of where they are and it didn't take a minute into game one where the the concerns about the nets were never about. How good can they be. It's always about when healthy. James harden leaves the game. He's now diagnosed after an mri. With what the team is clicking right hamstring tightness and he will not play in tonight's game to jay is this i guess they've already played without him for a lot of big portion of the season they won without him. But now we're in the playoffs and you play against the bucks just rate you know how big of a loss this is for the nets in this specific series. I will say this is a this is eight on a scale from one to ten eight okay. Eight loss lie now because harper. The guy that gets a continuity in the whole offensive scheme now brooklyn played incredibly. Well i mean k. d. kyri went off Guys stepped up when he played game on saturday against the bucks. But from the bucks you better win game. Two had six days seven days off. Right you came out. You can say hey. We are a little bit the charge but now when you played them without james harden it brooklyn nets corp to without james harden and. I know they're probably still slightly the favorite with katie and kyrie but look man like you gotta get game to you have to get game too if you're 'cause when james harden comes back that's a different dynamic completely different dynamic so without the head of the snake with having honest with having bobby portis brin fours. Pj tucker jrue holiday. Chris middleton you better win damn game too well if you want to win game. It's one less guy they got to cover which we said the hard part is you got to. Who else are you going to garden. And that's something. That of course does even up the series. Even more steve nash talked about the orion harden and what it showed it to be honest with you tightness and most importantly is he's out for the next game so we're preparing for tomorrow night as as we ended up playing last night. And and that's our focus. You know for james you know. We obviously are desperate for him to return and he's a huge piece of what we do on our team. But at this point. I think it would be all guesswork to to really understand you know. He had such a little up and down recent history whether it's really hard to predict and so let's hope for the best but i can't really say anything to predictive or or to defend it and right now i just want to say as long as they have two of the three. I think they'll be okay. Eeo you give him an opportunity to nagging hamstring injury. Like steve said that. There's just been lingering hanging around and you don't take a chance when you get past game to you get a little more rest now you go into game three and you deal with it from that standpoint and i think that that is the way that they need to handle it because still got kyri and katie man staying on his head. Thirty plus get. Milton didn't couldn't make a three for some reason. All the sound like the play playoffs have gotten you know. One game was kind of tighten a little bit on middleton but in the end i think because you got a guy in katie and both kyri that have been in playoff situations before where they've had to step up that this is not a big deal to them as long as they can stay home when they say tightness is not a strain. It's not like it. Sounds like it's it's not as rare or is that what it is. It's it's tight at any moment. He can go so that's why they're being really. You gotta be really careful with it. 'cause you get that not in there in a needs to be rubbed out these time in these to be loosened up all of those sorts of things. Whatever he's doing from occupy acupuncture standpoint to heat massage. It may be they gotta get that not out of it and make sure that he doesn't you know a straight severely or tear it. We're going back to milwaukee. I think here is going to be one one. I think the bucks aren't gonna shoot twenty percent from the three point line. This is also a team that when they get going offensively like they can score because they can space floor in it wasn't like i saw brooklyn contesting a ton of shots. I saw crystal to miss shots. I saw milwaukee mischa nationally that after the game when people credit his defense he's like out of it was maker. Miss should is all i. It's yeah if you're saying. Hey a healthy. James harden and katie can outscore a healthy market team. Yeah i think that is possible but just a k. d. in the kyri. I don't know if that's enough to outscore milwaukee if milwaukee's making shots and that's normally what they've been doing really good three point. Shooting team just had a really awful three point shooting night kishan. Jay wills zubin coming to you. Live from the seaport district. Appear seventeen brought to you by chase ended eight say. Espn eight eight seven to nine. Three seven seven six. We still have a lot of calls on the. Julio jones trade key started man you know ed in pennsylvania believes you are wrong. Ed get him at the figures pointed. I can't hear you add. This is their head. What's up. my name's eric from pennsylvania. We have you but we got you eric. We got you. You're all good man you'll key. Yeah what it's obvious. You don't watch titans offense. Play no cash no. I don't watch the nfl at hardly watch high school football but go ahead i. I'm saying tennessee. Titans here last year with the depleted offensive line. They had the king go for over two thousand yards bad. Aj brown go for over a thousand. They had corey davis of butter. Fingers should have been over a thousand yards now if julio jones was on that titans offense last year during the playoffs playing the ravens reach eric. He doesn't miss those passes get him and he doesn't drop 'em they go on to play the next round because guess what yes. henry got. Shut down in that game. Aj brown lit it. Up in the first half telemetric but they doubled him up. They doubled them up. They stack the box because they didn't have the second wide. Receiver that in july or work. interesting sorry. It's it it eric. I thought his name was ferrick. Roy is in alabama and a roy also says that key is wrong. where's he from going to school alabama. Okay go ahead take it away. I i love you brother. I last week. You mentioned that. He was going through the raiders patriots. Or the ravens. No i don't. I said those teams will be good fits. Yeah i. i'm just not this morning. Because we could have got him. More could have got him for a syndicate of third and a crab cake. He's got him and he definitely been number one. So i wish. I wish that he went to baltimore but we got something for. We've got three good quarterbacks and we'll take care of them for you. Keep growing knicks on antiaircraft polishes the problem with him. Going to the ravens. They got expensive wide receivers. They got future. They gotta worry about hollywood they just pay me to come over here and they drafted a kid so it's hard to fit that number that he has in terms of financial commitment so i could see the ravens well like. Yeah but but but the teams you were thinking about what more out west seattle rams like more teams that need that style of wide receiver. But those are two. Nfc teams right so if your atlanta your like let's get them into the depends on what atlanta feels about their situation in terms of their team if atlanta feels like they got a chance to make it to the playoffs in and make some noise. Why wouldn't you don't trading to nfc right but if you feel like you feel like well rebuilding really mattered trading more towards like the rebuilding route. I mean right. There doesn't mean matt ryan. They got kelvin album. Really understand the back in there. He his importance. His importance does elevate though. Kyle pits tests elevates absolutely. You really need production or with arthur. Smith's likes to use the tidiest as we saw in tennessee right. So so that's definitely again when you're watching what's happening in atlanta and you look at that division for them. Is this a rebuild now or they still should hire man. Eric yeah okay. More your calls on this becoming leave airmax contract minimum production will tell you who is doing that next. Jay z. Spn radio on sirius. Xm channel eighty. The mavericks may need to make some pricking moves around luca. This off season breaking moves is brought to you by lincoln jobs. Build a winning team today. 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I'm here to explain bottomless. How do i get a cross free refills on fries and drinks. Well here goes bottomless at red. Robin means free unlimited refills on the fries and sides that come with every burger or on trade that means free refills on steak fry sweet potato fries yukon kettle chips garlic fried broccoli side salad softens icees freckled lemonade and even root beer floats offered. That's an fire into your appetite. Does grabbing We'll take the ball. Let's go down flex right here. We go let's point. Let's kick some things off here. Running the point. Mr would number five number five. Maximum salary minimum production l- thirty million dollars a year. And i think everybody over the last couple of games. We had enough and i understand. This could be coaching. I understand people could say well. Rick carlisle neeson utilize them better within the offensive scheme. But whenever i saw kristaps porzingis catch the ball last night. It was like a hot pocket. Give it right back to the book. Keeper tim hardaway junior. Do you remember when this trade happened. A lot of people said all. Tim hardaway junior. He's the throw impacting. You kind of feel like percents was the throw in part of the package you. I mean he's had single digits in playoff games. And i say halftime i said. Hey look i understand. Luca is the star of this team but the highest paid player needs to show up in game. Seven did not do that person. Yes you will have marital issues within dallas. I do not think you will be a dallas maverick. For that much longer. Rose wonder what trade assets they combined. Return for somebody of of to. I had i know too. I forgery ankle knee a lot of questions around portend shot attempts per game in the seven game series. Only ten tim hardaway junior average seventeen. A game on fourteen shot attempts. Is it that proposing. It's not easy to play with luca we will get into rebounding issues too. I mean there's some what three rebounds four rebounds five game but yes how about zero. Have a under one block a game. This was a guy that the reason why kevin durant called him a unicorn was because he averaged not only twenty points. A game not only shot over a high percentage from three point range but he also averaged over a block. A game know which is why. Katie said guys a unicorn. It's doing things that you've never seen before in the league. Well he's not doing it in dallas. They still be maybe still hurt from the past. Man maybe mobility defensively is shot. Yeah maybe he's not fully healthy like that anymore. Yeah how did knick fans feel now feeling pretty good about that. I pick right now not number. Tony would bring it back. Maybe they knew something okay. It's still hate the trade though number. Four number four nextwave. We're witnessing my friends and we haven't talked about yet and i'll get into it but name's young Putting on a show Names like donovan. Mitchell showed devon booker show michael porter jr. a guy that would have been the first pick in draft if he didn't go to injuries starting to put on a show with guys like yokich in denver. You know he asked for it a couple of years ago. Remember when jamal murray was doing this thing he was like look. I like to get the ball. He's been getting the ball marriage like twenty points and putting on a show. This is the next wave of the nba. So you say we don't have steph. We don't have lebron. We don't have big. We still have some names leonard. Katie james harden kyrie in the playoffs. But this next wave is coming in a really big wet to get to know some new new face get to know their stories number three number three dame time to recruit now. I originally had this in time for a new coach. Damn time for a new name time for a new coach. I think a guy chauncey billips. We'll get this job but this is not going to be the biggest. Move at the portland trailblazers franchises going to need to make the lebron james models out guys. It's time we are no longer in a world where best players in the world are saying. I want to go play with dame. We're in a world now. Where if you're going to be the best player in the team you need to go recruit guys who you want to rock with dame needs to be. Dm's i don't care if anybody needs to say star players are the ones who can dictate where they want to be. You don't hear star players. Say well. I wanna go. I wanna go play with money williams as a head coach. Now here's star players. So i wanna go. Rock with devon booker devon booker and i've been connected. I spent time with devon booker offseason. We've been working out together. Damn i with the way devon booker rocks okay. Great how we pick our coach now. We pick our coach. It's the same for dame i understand. We used to live in a world where it's like. Who wants to rock out with me. That was a whole meal egocentric. I'm the guy alpha who's gonna come with me now. it's like. Oh who who cannot connect with is time for dame they start recruiting if you want to say in portland. Because if he doesn't start recruiting portland is not going to be answered for your name you to go somewhere is a belief. He's going somewhere else. You already started recruiting turned down jake kid. Jk already started recruiting florida yesterday. Guy do it. God double triple down. That's number three number. Two number two playoff glynn. Who playoff glenn or doc. Oh no this is a legit question. And i had it yesterday. We were watching the minutes of the hawks. Seventy sixers game. I saw danny green on trae young. And all i talked about leading up to the game was okay. You have a guy like ben simmons. Who's up for defensive player of the year. He's a finalist. You have a guy like matisse stibal six five six eleven wingspan your best defenders. They need to start on trae. 'cause if trae gets going that's going to be a problem for you. I saw danny green start on trade and brought me back brought me back. I'm like oh. I think this before when they were up. Three one with the clippers and he left mantras herro on the color yokich. And you'll get started. Abusing him and doc doubled tripled down stay with tries on yokich and now. I'm watching the same mistake. And i watched trae a neilly them. I watch kevin herder. I watch book jr them shoot threes now granted seventy sixers got back in the ball game but we need to see changes in game two and i got nothing but love and respect for danny green. He comes on the show. But at this stage of danny green's career. You can't ask him to be primary bald at bender on trae young because once trae young. It's going that's a problem that they underestimate trae young even watching the film of the of the knicks. They think we got it. We got danny green denigrating notoriously good defensive player throughout his career notorious. Not the right word. But that's what i meant. He's been a good defender and they thought maybe he can handle. It will help out and it just failed miserably until the end when all they started doing was trapping him and he turned the ball over a ton late and almost gave the game away. That's what i'm wondering towards. Am we have matisse die balloon. Or we have been simmons on that size lanes. You're can play off of him. He can contest this shot later and then when it comes off ball screens force bogdanovich to beat us force. Kevin heard the beasts point scores. More time you can test the balls in the air yano. I hear about my promise when danny green on them like key when you get a rhythm when you get a flow to the game now by the time you try to put matisse on later in the first quarter i'm already i'm already cooking. Plus plus what's more important for you on. The offense of iran is used that energy of been simmons up so when we got on office in. He ain't got nothing left. I mean is that. I want ben simmons running pushing attacking. I want vincent mrs while you were here. This is why you were here. You're a great defensive player in your pg first mentality go guard their teams best player. I don't know why docking to down the thing about ben simmons at strange in in some of these games that we're seeing in the postseason regular season he's just impactful player but in the postseason you're always waiting for the do something right and not a score or so because he's not that kind of score. That's why you're here or like will where where are you. Impacting the game. And i've seen impact again defensively as at an elite level but in this quarter well. He's an attacker. But it's just you just didn't see him impact the game until the fourth quarter and then all of a sudden you're like oh there he is but jay. Can they play that way. Yes forty-eight you really yes all right they're gonna they're not gonna more so go all right number one number one nowadays. Everybody wanna talk. They got something to say but not comes out when he moved to list but a bunch of gibberish and everybody forgot about trae bars so forgot about trae. I wanna go back to this whole big thing that we had on draft night travis link made a deal and they got trae young and everybody's center talking about luka doncic and everybody loves to compare and put out a poll yesterday on my twitter. I said now knowing what you know how do you feel about it. Do you like the move or do you still not like the move and i got overwhelming. Majority said they still rather have luca. I'm sitting here saying if i'm alanna. I'm cool. I am great because i built the right team. That around trae young. I've seen dallas. Build the right team around luca. So i give travis link a lot of credit for the hawks because surrounded him where pieces like buchnevich which was a huge missing link because the bucks originally had bogdonovich they blew it and they blew it now. The hawks to jonathan collins huge right caught more lobs made more threes. There's only two other players that are probably more in the past twenty five years the pieces that they have around tray with the way. He's playing with having nate mcmillan. And i'll tell you this story this year before was that trey was a volume shooter and a lot of issues that they have between trae loy pierce their head coach. They let go of lloyd. Pierce the guy. Nate mcmillan a guy who actually trade listen so you can tell by the attention that he gives him in time outs. And it's unlocked trade to a different degree so when you wanna go back to this debate throw it out a window because don't care because when i'm watching the hawks do right now. They built the right team around trae young. And that's what it's all about at the end of the day a coach and a front office. Saying here's my star player and here's how i'm going to maximize star player with the pieces around him and we have not seen that yet in dallas drop the mic on this argument. But i would think that you look at it though from a building standpoint. Sometimes you get star players like luka and because he's a star you don't think that you have to build around him at the level that you have to build around trae you understand what i'm saying like trae is one thing so you know you look at that and you go well. He can't carry us. We need to put others pieces around. And where you got lucas there. And you say okay. Porzingus is here. What else do we got lucas. A big enough star player that he'll be able to push us up. We look at him. Like a lebron james. We looked at it and i tied reliable. It's hard tide raises all boats. That that's kind of with. So what if. Luca was in atlanta. Do atlanta build around him the same or is he in the same situation that he is in dallas where they're not building around in dallas bills around trae because he's there. Can i make it clear. You're taking luca. Ten times outta ten always right. Yes but atlanta does not have to regret the trade. No if you build it properly still have a talented player and you built it. Better than dallas did around luca. Let's be honest. You did a better job building that team around what you have. It's never about okay. The trade was made and you can look back. Think you didn't get the better player but we have the better situation. Lebron james luca right p. similar similar yes think about the bronx early in his career. Cleveland didn't add users so that speaks to my point. Is he such a just a alpha dog. That is kind of like. They believe that he could take them to the next step without putting all this stuff around. And now i'm sure this off season they're gonna wind up doing some stuff to to to baby. Get him one or two players. That could go along with to help them finish the deal. It is again that is going to be a debate for a while between those two but was playing and one is done playing right now in the playoffs sunjay zoom presented by progressive insurance. You could save big when you bundle your auto home motorcycle. Rv or visit progressive dot com. So he goes from one ryan to another. We'll discuss that after sportscenter. Here's leonard with it against porzingas exploded as right now pulls back beyond the arc pines morris open corner three on its way. It's got the minute ago on after down. The clippers finally found their three point. Shot two big hits in the last two minutes to take the lead by thirteen. The certainly found something marquess unsure what the call on. Espn radio as l. a. Beats the mavericks won twenty six one eleven game seven of the first round to eliminate dallas from the playoffs for the second straight year. The clippers advance the western conference. Semifinals will face the top seeded. Utah jazz leonard. Twenty eight points on ten fifteen shooting the fourth player. Nba history to score two hundred points on sixty percent shooting in a single playoff series. He joins shack bernard king. And the captain kareem abdul jabbar in the nfl. The falcons trade star wide receiver. Julio jones to the titans and exchange tennessee will send a twenty twenty two second round. Pick a twenty twenty three fourth round pick to atlanta along with jones. Atlanta will send a twenty twenty six round. Pick to the tighten his rookie season. Julio jones leads the nfl with fifty eight one hundred yard receiving games. The titans team had fifty one hundred yard receiving games in that same spent. Patrick can't lay defeats collin morikawa on the first playoff hole to win the memorial tournament. This is after jon. Rahm was forced to withdraw after testing positive for covid. Nineteen on saturday now can't lay earned his fourth. Pga tour victory second. This season becoming the fourth player with multiple wins this season but rahm had a six shot lead when he was forced to withdraw forced to withdraw following. The third round. Had rahmael play on sunday. He would have needed only a four over par. Seventy six to win by one shot. What a story that was sports center brought to you by indeed. If you're hiring this summer you'll need indeed with indeed instant match just post a sponsored job and you'll immediately get a shortlist of quality. Candidates resumes on indeed fit. Your job description. Learn more at indeed dot com slash credit. Hey by the reaction of the callers keyshawn is wrong about. Julio jones and this trade to tighten. I'm not wrong about julio jones i wrong about the trade in times about for him but it is something that has become a major call topic that will continue with eighty eight say. Espn eight seven to nine. three seven. Seven six well. Let's bring in one of our. Espn nfl reporters. Jeff darlington who joins us right. Now on the good your hotline brought to you by good. You're helping discover the road ahead. Goodyear more driven good morning. Jeff so the cars are going after key about this trade to the titans feeling like julio jones going to the titans julio th they're not using improperly. He's going to be a blocker. That's exactly what they've already talked about. What is your reaction to seeing this. Move for the titans. I agree with whatever. Keyshawn noah said well played. But i just it's just easier like it just does it gives me less anxiety more peace of mind if i just agree with keyshawn. What what did keyshawn say stupid. No i watched it done through. Well no jeff. I just questioned the usage the style in which they're gonna play getting a guy like this has been a one his entire career in a pass oriented offense now going to a heavy run dominant offense like what like what are you going to do like. You're spending all this money to have a shiny piece. Do you know how to drive. So i do agree with that in all seriousness in based on my conversations. That is like a concern. Its first world problem. Like i think that there is legitimacy to the question though of how julio jones fits into this offense and four titans team who likes to do all. These breaks toward the middle of the field. Like what's going to happen when julio is is up against some of these safeties in the league is he going to embrace that role knowing that. Aj is on the other side and probably will continue in the role that he has succeeded in so that there are questions too that i mean we're talking about a team that again like they had a guy in corey davis who had five one hundred yard games last year and was a really successful piece. So i don't think this is just plug and play. I mean we. We went through odell beckham junior to by the way. I'm sure people would have blasted you then key. If you had said you know is oh. Del gonna fit into the browns offense seamlessly. Everybody would have said yes. Of course he is. He's a talented guy. But it's not just it's you can't have a paper roster. It's not that easy. That being said i do feel like the titans no that they added the talented peace and if they created enough they can have success with this dynamic here j. They added a talented piece. I just never played a position to you know. We're just playing fantasy football over here. Here's my point you know at this stage of julio's career. i understand. He may not get targeted the way he thought he got targeted and other locations but having a big wide receiver. Like that alongside. Aj brown it makes you have to depend on offense a little bit differently. Even people say they're going to be one dimensional. Just run the ball and don't you bring him there for big game moments considering the way. Aj plate last year thousand yard. Corey davis cutout. Thousand dollars now. You julio jones into opposite doesn't that ramp offense to a different degree. I think you guys are making like both the exact points. That will be such intriguing storylines about this edition. Like i think both of those are completely valid and that is why ultimately not only where the titans willing to give up the second round pick which feels like not that much but they're willing to take on his contract and again. This is a team that i think added. Julio not nearly as a luxury piece like i think they actually added him as a necessity because they did lose. Corey davis who did have nearly a thousand yards last season. So it's not like they could just go into this year and expect. Aj en- derek to just carry the team to a superbowl. So yeah it does make sense and look. Here's the other side of it. Like i look at it. You know why thirty one other teams willing to give up more than like then titans ultimately had to give up which is probably the late second round pick but then i think back to like when randy moss in two thousand seven got traded got traded the patriots for a fourth round. Pick so like sometimes when something seems kind of ridiculous on the surface like it proves to be just that maybe will prove that that this was a absolute slam dunk for the titans when he goes out. And if you can stay healthy big if can stay healthy and is a prominent piece for the titans oftens. So where does this put the titans in. Afc so again. like i. actually. I have a lot of respect for the titans. Personally i feel like there to a tube with the bills behind the chiefs in the afc. Like i still think that there a better team than the browns. Which i know cleveland fans. Get on me every time. I suggest that but like we've seen them succeed. The last two seasons and seemingly get better again. I would have had them probably lower than the bill's going to this season because they lost for instance. Corey davis they lost a key piece on offense that i think people underrate so this gets them back though into that conversation for sure about winding up in that. Afc championship game to try to take on the chiefs jeff. I want to hear you debate swag about that. Because you know what he said about the browns and their roster on top to bottom the best. Afc before i ask another question to you do you have tech mobile or blades of steel behind. You that nintendo. I've been wanting to ask this for like. I don't have i think like remember you just like the lend out games. Your friends got lost. One of those not only ever got back. I it's like it's not even like my favorite game but it's like adventure of links. This enviros three is pretty good. Okay that was that was solid. I'll take jordan versus bird. Tetras era super. Mario brothers commando spider no blades of steel. Kinda actually jeff in the shot has nintendo right behind him. So i just had a memory and i just said to myself one of these days. I'm going to ask him and this was the opportunity to ask you but now of course users are scratching. Have hives growing on them. It's been about an hour and a half to the show. We have not talked about aaron rodgers yet. So let me ask you about aaron rodgers and get another team that may be traded for julio jones. Maybe that could have been a way to extend the olive branch to aaron rodgers. Clearly they did not do that. So the daily. Where is this thing going thing. It does feel like the packers ready to just move on without him and let him stay in hawaii. And maybe consider being a game show host. So i actually. I don't know that we're there yet. I'm probably. I'm always one of these romantics. Things things will get worked out by all means like mark murphy. The ceo of the organization is not necessarily doing things that that evoke lot of optimism. That sense i mean he's got this newsletter that he rights. Which i do this if you guys know this. But he wrote this letter. Basically saying that aaron rodgers has divided the fan base or the aaron rodgers situation has divided the fan base. Which just to me also feels like no i would imagine. Green bay probably all wants. Aaron rodgers their quarterback. However you want to make that Divisive top the talking point. I think he's going to just further create more divide between the organization aaron rodgers. But but to me it's not about like for instance the as like the define that he gets the imposed upon him for. Ota's is about ninety three thousand dollars. I think that's very digestible for aaron rodgers. In this situation it's training camp for me that becomes the real trigger point because one thing we should point out about the new. Cba is that he'll get fined fifty grand a day for training camp and it used to be that if you held out you guys would koumba at the end of the holdout and forgive the missed days in those fines. You can't do that anymore. The cba makes it so that you literally have to keep that fine imposed. It's mandatory so ten days of training. Camp is a half a million dollars and that doesn't even get you the first preseason game so this is a real thing. When training camp hits in terms of findable money to me that becomes sort of the point where these two sides up to say. Okay are we going to find a way to make this work or is it. True is as real. We really need to send aaron rodgers elsewhere so to me. This is going to drag on for another month or so. It's all fun and games until somebody starts losing money. Jeff thanks so much for the time as always try to send you a deal for your collection all right jeff. Thank you for green by the way. Did on the goodyear hotlines coming up more on rogers. And why he's dividing the fan base in what mark murphy said to the fans about it. That's after this from straight talk it's time for some straight talk. Sure saving money feels good but cutting your wired as bill in half. That feels really good like a walk off home. Run in the ninth inning. Good okay maybe not that good. Pretty darn good. Which straight talk. You can get twenty five gigs of high speed data for forty five bucks a month up to fifty percent less than the other guys. Plus no contract all on america's best networks. Why pay a whole lot. Jay when you pay half straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. Listen it is going to take a miracle for aaron rodgers. The play quarterback for green bay. Packers i love rogers. Don't get me wrong but it's time to go. It's time to go. you can't let one sour apple spoil the rest of that because he doesn't wanna be there. This is key sean. Jay williams zubin. This is a metaphor for your business journey. Sometimes it feels like the world is throwing everything that has at you and to succeed. You need someone to guide you through. That's what dell technologies visors. Do they have the tech advice to help you. Navigate whatever challenges. You're up against and get you safely to where you want to be for advice on solutions. Xps thirteen laptops powered by intel platform calling advisor today at eight. Seven seven ask dell. That's eight seven seven. Ask bell with no fees or minimum on checking and savings accounts banking with capital. 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You can email to him so of course there's you know selected so he discussed Some some kind of off season workout program all to collective bargaining. Stop la blah blah. Then come the questions and one of the questions that is a one of the points made him. The question is from a guy named ken. And it says dear mark. You've done a great job. Don't let the buses drag you down. Washington he goes washington needs a name suggest generals all right just random question. Just give me a little support. And then let's talk some washington football team his responses. This thanks can. The we face with aaron rodgers has decided are fenders. What reverend aaron rodgers was in that question anyways he continues the emails and letters that i've received reflect this fact a road here last month. We remain committed to resolving things with aaron and we want him to be our quarterback in twenty twenty one and beyond we're working to resolve the situation and realize that the less both sides say publicly the better and then he talked about with regard to washington blah blah. He likes the generals names already taken. Nobody cares anyways. First of all a why. Use that to reference. Clearly he wanted to say something about aaron rodgers even though he said the less said publicly the better second. What do you take by what he said about dividing the fan base. Well what he's doing right there to me is is rallying. The fan base against aaron rodgers. That's what he's doing he's making. It seem as though aaraj is is the one who's at fought in has fans torn so now they could be mad at him and then obviously more fans are gonna come that way and also spelled says to me that there's two things right there they either gonna make him sit enforces hand to come in or they're going to trade him in realize that in it's all gonna fall on air either way. That's kind of what he's saying like it's errands fault. It's aaron's fault that this is happening. He didn't he didn't say we are in a mess. That is now dividing fans. He didn't say that he said erin is one dividing the fans and is something that rob demovsky. Who's covers the package rusted. Espn top us last week. I'm not sure the sentiment in right now is all that pro rogers in the sense that Rogers doesn't wanna be easier and people. I don't care what team you root for. Especially this way in green bay. 'cause it's such a small town if you if you don't wanna be here people don't want you here like that that is. It's a very provincial place. If aaron rodgers doesn't want to be here he all of a sudden goes from one of them to one of the others as a strong stephen there he also mentioned how they have signs on the lawns. All around title town. That says you know go pack. Which is what they say. Go and says hey. Aaron go pack meeting you know. Pack your bags right. Get yourself out of here. Which again is mind. Boggling to me to think about a guy who just one. Mvp and his his greatest. He isn't as long as he's been great and lead them to you know conference finals now. These last couple of years and fans are already ready to move on because he's not happy and clearly. The team is rooting for that stoking. Those flames to save them from what would be egg on their face if they do have the trade him speak about. It's kinda hard to blame the organization in this situation. Just because from a standpoint of wins and losses. They've been in the wind category on the plus side for the last several years right so it's easy for them to say we put everything around you. What do you mean you're mad because we didn't do it. Yes no we've been nfc championship. This jordy nelson george allows like this is more about that than it is about how much talent is around up to aaron. But if i'm the organization was the organization is probably doing is showing the fan base. we win. We're winning here. He's trying to divide this up. This aaron's fought. Aaron is the one. Who's doing this. Not us that him everything we've given you everything. We drafted a backup quarterback because clearly you see our backup quarterbacks in the past when we played with bradley in kaiser it didn't work out. We're just trying to make things better. That's what's happening. What would you do at this point. If you're the player not trying you don't care you'd say nothing just keep gad let them just soil my name. 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Sector 2814 Ep #11: Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #1

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Sector 2814 Ep #11: Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #1

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Hangar on thinking matthew training definitely ask i walked out of my apprenticeship or my ear up on her friendship house. Like what are you like my little pony or something like that. I'll be. I'll be your friend. Transformer muddle pony. Crossover have not read it. But i'm just charlie. I didn't read it. So but yes that is by subtle way of telling i anyone wants to send some kind of conan melissa pony fan art please do. I shared on social media. Please are will alright so had some issues last week. Oh did you guys. What did you guys watch. Last week's falcon winter soldier. Yes indeed. I did good quite the smashing. It episode wasn't it. I'm going outta. I've heard of going out on your shields but not someone else's shield on. I just love that scene. Where the door malaysia. Just like kick in the door and walk matzen bucky to senator say no looking strong john. Yeah he was pretty down on himself. They weren't even super soldiers. Kinda wanted to pick up. His arm is other arms. Let's shut down. The armored like sam's like they can do that as you know they disarmed me and kids if you didn't know not take candy from strangers. Berne's amounts all gaza. That's right don't do it. Don't lights irresistible nettie but you all kinds of information. I know second timing a katie. Must a good second time. He came back with money but Yeah any any thoughts on the power broker. I have a theory. i think it's shared. Are you think so. I think she's been on the run for how for the last couple of years. But she has her own satellite. Don't know it just doesn't although it. It just seems like of undercover undercover. I guess i mean. I think that's what they want you to think but i don't know it just like they haven't there's only two episodes left the show in the powerbroker at yet. Some like to be something being. You know it's going to visit someone at if someone says email i'm like up. That's just seems too obvious. The zemo tart tougher to manage from prison and he destroyed everything. Powerbroker wanted. Well olives at one i. What did you do. John wall wonder. What did you do take it. I was gonna say you have to go insane. Couldn't taken half of that sierra and given half the lamar yeah then reach only half a crazy crazy. It makes sense you know. Would that battle star. They would use battle stars. You know him over the edge like that. Yes in the comics went straight up that manages like had his parents killed. Yeah big green. Leonard week last week. Yes that's rights or well. We got greenland and number one. Amfar sector number eleven. Because yeah there's only there's only one way issue far sector a you know climactic. Oh things are coming to a head in You know she has to watch the charge on that rings. I guess what it recharges itself but it takes a while depending how much power us i don't know but only the first issue on. Yeah as i have some free time. It was an earlier issue. I think is is something. She doesn't have a battery. It's like a different kind of ring where recharge sell. But you know the but somebody takes a while depending on much power. She is kind of like kyle's used to be you know better. I mean the ring had kind of a gas tank. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah that makes more sense rather than all to charge for twenty four hours. Oh russell had dairy does battle star comeback as battle star galactica upgraded yeah. I don't know whether that be disappointed in you. Russell were disappointed for not getting their first. Thank you know he could have gone. Cosmic lake spidey theorem. They're like what. What is there still some serum left than they. Give the walmart like you know. He elmer something if he's not completely. That's what the leader of vice master. She was trying to do for did mother. I guess yeah i'll put. I'm like it don't these people realise it's like hey might save their lives. Your drive your people crazy true again. Everyone forgets those vital raise sky. Important that scientists was like no clunky machines. Machines will part of what keeps the roger same well and receive broader exactly. There hasn't been one since. Has their zemo award so so if we do thunderbolts he is going to be zemo or john. Walker starts it. I think it depends on. What's thunder bolster doing right. If doing the bagley. Thunderbolts villains heroes. It's gotta be him the if they're doing you know government sanctioned of interest which they already have. I don't see why they would do that right. Because everybody works for the government at this point they can do in leading it because that was that was what they did. You know what was trust a war against thunderbolts. Why said that would be like wait. Afford in like some of those networks characters like bringing bullseye bring in like patsy walker. You know people from some of those shows and make your own thunderbolt. Oh my lord. I see it now. They're gonna put typhoid mary and there. They're they're harley quinn. Who if you haven't been reading that man's he's basically like a almost like a full on member back failing now it's a new her just relaunch one. Yeah but but yeah. She's doing a lot there. 'cause she was like fighting killer croc the beginning of it. I guess she's trying to atone for her past and stop you know popular so you get to be here on. A strange doesn't matter what you do. Popular vikings and russell three books russell said will started. My maelstrom reading osmosis collision man. That's the good stuff later number. One we got a bunch of green lanterns. I mean i guess they kind of picked up warna what ben. This was done in superman with like. There's like they're trying to start a united planets almost like federation a little bit about that New writer said the united planets in legion supergirl. Stance haven't start now and have guardians have to interface with that. It's actually pretty weijia. Yelling had told you can how calls into the beginning. He's really not there for the. Yeah because Yes some of the aliens like. I guess there was some aliens who are used to use magic. They're like the gordon's locked up all the magic because i guess they wanna release the star heart. Oh yeah oh that goes way back. Actually we'll get into some of that in orderly coming up. I think right i think so. He also while. I wonder if that's looking at me. An excuse to bring alan scott to then be although i kind of forget what continuity point unscheduled. We talked about a while. I think it's still you know world war two but now he's just a gay man. Okay okay yeah. And then like the guardians when examined teen lanterns gauntlet. And she's is basal versus. he'll take it off. Make me act such a teenager. It's literally in my name's teenager. That's yeah for one time over review in early spider man by stanley and he basically wrote teenagers teen slash so a teen ager only fighter. Man eder major a teen ager. Dan read on. Yeah sorry the moral news kids but that did you see that. Lenka hit the us yet. By up in canada i guess side that quasar figures like went up presale. A did get first dibs. I know a come on. I mean it always does have a bit of a canadian haircut so killer. What's what's a canadian band. We could say his haircut modelled after. Well you could say. I mean i. I can in a lot of canadian. Ms but with that haircut. Feel like Nickelback is the blood of a lot of jokes. I don't think they have mullets. I don't know our lady. Peace looks like in crash. Dummies has really long hair. So i don't think that'll work if he wouldn't quit was blue masks through quasar. Could say the rapper. Snow friday canada as se crash test. Dummies let's think of that. Botham there was zave pre order america and all but you had to see the picture of the of the figure her get got got the interchangeable hands. You know either the. I guess you get the flat. Paul flying but like i. He could put like that. That's was be energy to go into. That was an energy effective fire. Like why don't they make that straight up yellow orange. they're like. I said fire but hey quasar figures. Look at one yeah. I'm just like fight. When i why i get it nino or we're gonna take it out of the you take it out of the box or leave it in the box. Well you have to take it out of the box not to play with it so you know examine it you know exactly. Mike does it. Does it have like interchangeable hands like that's been like a new popular thing. Yep late you know like the flat paul. Yeah does it come with a quantum glove awesome like a little little energy things. Go around the hands but yeah you gotta put him at different hoses you gotta take him out of the box. I mean i mean it'd probably be hard to find unless you buy to keep one in the box. Got to find three actually one for me and the boys so funnier your kids like you took it out of the box will lose its right the head to and examine it l. Might so yeah we that we got the forgetting that quasar bigger we need a maelstrom figure. There's already santa's figures out there. Yeah mcconnell mccaren kismet. I missed the the where my favorite section wizard would be like the homemade figures. Oh yeah lots of see an angler that is esoteric man. that's awesome. i saw somebody liner saying all. We got the quasar. Now we need an e. On some would probably be a bill to figure isn't it. Yeah yeah but he's just like a big lump so what how many parts could get the body and then then like multiple phases cares will face as your face get six figures build the cosmic awareness. All my god. Yes we need. All the costumes come on more legends. I have a little display back. They're like little display cases. Each costume crony awesome. Make it happen. Oh my lord marvel boy shorts kayla as with. Yeah we're restricted reusable star ran. You just like stick it to anybody. Lack it on. He was smacking it on all right. So it's bedtime. Shall we get greenland corpse quarterly number. One sure let's let's go all rights so we'll pull up synopsis here So coda had you read any of these before you read this one. No i'm not yet. I think did a few of these. Like green lantern did like eight issues a quarterly and the justice league do few will. I think so. Yeah i think there was a justice. League quarterly superman had a quarterly book was a man of tomorrow or something but it came out quarterly in any batman had a quarterly. Yeah yeah kids like in the nineties though like those like every so often there'd be a fifth week. Yeah they would throw those in there but yeah. That's also surprised at this point. Batman didn't have like a batman quarterly or anything but they eventually they got it the villain that was co quarterly councilman. Thank superman tomorrow as early on. I think i forget what the batman chronicles or something at may have been. I think that yeah because because a book almost every week for superman batman wasn't enough with it was four weeks a year we mix. You gotta have those running and this first story introduces something which i think is cool thing ever of the awas yes introduces reintroduces it. So yeah i mean what. What did you think of that. i love it. Yeah i did too like i. I didn't realize it was so literal. And i like the fact that They said you could read it or forget how they phrase said if you were terrific mind you could just know it. I would love that. Not that i don't enjoy reading but i i find myself buying books that i want in not having enough time to read them fast enough to consume. If i was like a true g al Could treat the book of archer treated Book collection the book of. Oh man i feel real good raving vice for this other stories has it. Yeah 'cause that yet that first part with them them all go to the book over the titles. The book of everything fencing good point sets up the the enthralling g aspect ratio. And if i remember right wasn't it wasn't the life the new house before how Avid ser why cannot remember that anyway. I'm tired i'm tired to cardi. Didn't for go to the book of which is led him to have a shift in finding out about that great allen more stories from like free leonard. One eighty something remember. It's as you know your your successor will be the great manner never while blah blah talk about the blackest night and all those things that we got to see. Geoff johns bill out of rebirth. What you what you think about it in the nineties. How jordan was basically incan skywalker. He'll bring balanced the forest. But then he basically just destroys the core for like designate rebecca. But now trying to member. Am i imagining this. But was it non la emerald dawn. The first one didn't they would. Was it there so another one. I thought they said abbas was in ship. Because you know 'cause la what's his face in. The yellow was coming after him. So it's like censoring would be powerless against yellow. That was part of that. I think i think in the original alamos oriented is ring falem at some point. Which is why. I start shit. But then they read on it may or maybe both reasons that point knows the just. I'm trying to explain. Why green later and it was a ship in that. I miss you. None of them ever really whatever. But yes speaking of the book of l. yes. We have a book of facebook group. So yes if you love greenland go. Hey over two hundred people in that group party so very cool. No last couple of days. It's been heating up for some reason. I think once you hit a certain number of people are like. Oh hey this must be something going on here. A couple of hundred people Here we'll give you an exact count. We're at two hundred thirty as as of this recording you. Because i think a lot of times people go to those groups more than like actual facebook pages so when people say why de groups but yeah yeah the synopsis for that one is just how jordan leads the court in the ot witnessed the of how and the others read some of the stories involving the core member passed and pregnant or the end. There kind of important as it decides. Who's gonna be on earth rice. Twenty five that's right but yes. The first story that gets they will say read is laying down the law. A new recruit has sent the cleanup the criminal. The criminal hotspot Garnett path them. Seth arc arek is quickly killed vying out too late about his rings yellow. It's been like they wanna training talk at this. Point is like oh hey we might afford are something yellow. Oh my oh my god. Can you imagine if one of the stories that writers how getting hit over the head with yellow lamp. Land guy. Gordon love that one st out again. So yeah the gets killed really quick. The ring is sent to jack. T chance chance makes progress has quickly recalled the show for his violence Chance the fences action say no one else wants the job. The guardians reluctantly agree. Because it's the nineties sending him back in the hopes that he can do some weight and you know why it's the nineties. He wearing a trenchcoat. Yeah violence and a trench coat. Yes so on his trench coat. He's not wearing the uniform and see that pin on his jacket to says good nor off. It looks like like a deranged combination of captain planet logo girls. I'm sure that you know. They wanted their like their anti hero. Green lanterns wait a fuel. It's so yeah. So code is the first time he read. Jackie jackson chance yet is it was my first exposure to fit. Pretty good on planet hellhole reminded me. I got like toxic avenger and some heavy ninja turtles vibes from from the work. Some of the characters encountered so. What are your allegra. They were over the top with with a guy rearmed one of public service. Lot of cyborg. Prosthetics that. I like the tease at the end ends the end for now worm. Let's see where this goes. Oh i'm out. They i assume that they he comes up again in the quarterly. So oh yeah i mean. He'll he'll be routes every so often it will until issue fifty did he He come back at at some point during the kyle ruin. I'm remind maybe miss abby. Rebirth i think he makes an appearance. But okay cool. I mean there is like a bar like one of the cow early cower. She's but yeah. I don't think. I don't think it's jackson. We'll find out. This planet is just like the planet of literal stuff because the bar is called the den of iniquity. Just those guys playing cards. The ones like literally like drooling pink stuff on the apple. Refresh would go fish. So yes ole oscarsson think think issues worth any money yet for spins it yet. Jack t chance. The guardians like too violent will squall lucky match. They tried to assign guy that sector. Actually that might not be such. I know but i think the guardians wanted to light is is like yes guy you know like. Hey we need somebody but again we again we needed a guy. Gardner volks a true. They wanted a guy with no history. I guess i'll i jack t chance but i'm reading the phantom dc fandome. Dc database pay says chances. The only to be reprimanded by the guardians. more times. In guy gardner out. Yeah i'd love to see a clash or a team of those two. that's the thing even boob. You know what. He was agreed leonard even when he got that yellow ring. I mean we. We never really got it team up between. I mean unless it was later on that guy gardner book. I didn't read yet but it's like we never got it like a team up of guy. Jackie chan's steadily. I'm surprised no those two have been too much topless handle it. You know all right so we get to the next one all right so the synopsis for in i shall shed my late. Following lead. scott chases down a group of neo-nazis while recalling recalling his super heroic life after the feeding of villains he heads home to his wife. Molly mayne scott and rechargeable battery. Something molly thanks very pleasant. Witnessing in story she gets real charge him international mobile. I mean yeah again. This is post post crisis. So yeah the. The justice society was from world war two unlike got prices when they were You know on earth after they returned in jc yeah series and then they got their own last year. i think issues not fast stuck in limbo or whatever. Yeah because remember kaz memory issue. Nineteen they were looking rowan. Scott hang on now is bad. This story is mostly recap and yet the nazis which is cool nazis trivia. The flashback depicting the battle against the car. Cole also establishes that all star squadron annual one number three is can article in the post crisis continuity but of course excluding the earth. Two versions of superman batman and robin crisis crisis crisis. You know. i'm i'm a nerd deep nursery. Okay but now i can. I could never make all that stuff work you know. i know. Basically crisis was basically like they tried to squeeze everyone in the one universe and then any multiples they had. They basically just killed off. Yeah yeah ended. I got rid of you know the reasons our allegiance superheroes existing asked so much man. We'll jeff in front of cover. That with the reincarnation but yes yes leaves superheroes. Oh it's all because a super bowl. Then john burns like never was a super bowl or it. All the time trapper is made a bunch of crap right pocket universe all right so matty what you think allen scott while i was familiar with the With old alan before you know from the other ones Take a take a page or a reference set of wills brooke about always punching nazis. I enjoyed that against nazi. So those those could be. I think that the placement in the book like right after Check chance a little bit. Jarring you know because this is someone with. This could be considered bronze age green lantern to. I don't know it's kind of like thrown in his flesh or and yet it's kind of a flashback. That didn't happen. That's it right but it's set style right like that that that era just wondering if they wanted the krahn trask too because it's all coming to for the landlords we have. We have bad boy. We have the classic hero. You know. that's what that's sort of getting that you know. He's you see. He's a wholesome scott steady marriage in talk about a great accomplishments with world consequences. Titans not really space aliens. We went from really zany creatures to Bad people under the control of hitler. An outright enjoyed it more than i have just glance at it. And i'm like i dunno. I think the the costumes much the pants and the coalition mask and it was designed. Yeah right exactly. You know like sometimes they would see whether it's artwork or like a tv show when your kid the looks old. So you automate y'all automatically dismissing it outright like well i'm not gonna like that. Yeah but sometimes you would be wrong if you actually just give it a chance but so different than the speed of things you're used to. That might have been my initial reaction. But i thought it was decent enough. That's thanks thanks man so we should give it a jack t i was gonna say but that doesn't work with current continuity because i'm like come on game in a better fashion sense that come on a russell said ian car co would play a big role in of city hilton wrestling talk from her broiler. But oh yeah. Kazaa eventually will after one or two girlfriends. Yeah cow rainer. I mean we'll be jade for awhile. Carl reiner data chain for awhile. Mellon's door which brings him into the semi regularly right. Yeah there was like a little. What three issue miniseries closer to one. Hundred carl reiner. I meet jade in the shower. All right we get to the next one. I know i know code is chomping at the bit for that story. Oh i'm chomping at the collar. How nice its own not have. We'll sing it. Thank you We gives me his loan bone. So yes that's right next one Neither lender inort a borrower be connote returns to earth to find. His stuff has been thrown out by the justice league. No no his room just been moved to the dumpster astro thinks anyway recruits a street girl. He dubbed zacks girl to his side again that they defeated trio villains thoughts on. This kennard always delivers ch- slapstick. I mean is obedience. School references is gold food fallen on 'em jinx florist truck watching dog. Tv shows her elastic I thought he said something like every three years. I thought doug years where before years but maybe the different inter galactic dogs but or off. O'connor's seven yeah. Yeah he said pre plug in his purple. Maybe a she says the word pooped a run rates. Few guys got to act like poop on to treat you like tries to scoop up. I love how he finds his His certificate from the exclusive prep school. John insisted he attend the captain. Strong heart obedience. The power of the saxophone a strange. Yeah i don't know. I think it's both a string of the core quarterly book over the issues as well as a weakness settled because you go from one end of the spectrum to the other the type of stories that are in there. Because it's just all over the place you know there's nothing really united in some connected green lantern kinda like the that catching up with green lanterns. And it's like you know we're not gonna lake throw to some random stuff in the regular tolkien's slows down. Especially you know now dow joining in their own books so these they still wanted to be a thing they did. They kept trying and they tried. I'm trying to remember did did get loose. I don't know what happened to get north. Anita's rang before emerald twilight or he doesn't show criminal. Twilight davis were. I don't remember. I'll have to do some research on that next. I just remember that he is. He's on emerald of twilight. So unless it's like in a later issue of a quarterly. Don't know because i know he's going to be in the number two so poop jokes payoff. Turn all right so any other thoughts on konore. I don't know. I mean it almost seems like a threat at the end but it says in so it begins is especially with the end of the issue promoting mosaic. In guy gardner. One is going to be a good book. I just wonder if maybe that was like their attempt to sell this bulk. It's like you're saying matt like so many like different. You know jackie. Chances of different from allen's god so different than both of them said just throwing in however many different flavors they could just open the hook somebody at least on one of the stories that have come back every. Excuse me sir shows up and hangs out with her in her daily orange lantern Award looking russell got will on next week. Fill the week after that. Just leaves kona jones. All baby gotta go going the whole set right. Yeah i will muscle baby watch. Maybe maybe go. After a little far he says zeal mighty they knew alan scott ongoing hydrate. Now definitely were our. Hey i i'm waiting. For another j able classic james james robinson a longtime ago right decade ago and nobody else has really gone back to the since. Cincinnati mean me fifty to the connotated version. They were all younger but it was on on earth that earth two's sell but now they're back on the regular same earth so again dr manhattan. Best everything will. They said they still want this full. That watchmen stuff in his allen. Wars trying to Put a voodoo on me. And he sticks his guns though i wanna hear. I don't think he cashed the checks so they try to give them royalties nandita. Count them. i think One of the things. That's making the rounds again. It's his proposal for for twilight of the superheroes which has been making around the since you know the nineties. They said they were gonna put that in some project they were gonna put out some Booker something i don't they did. I'm not sure what it was. Was it like another. You know the work of in more like his punches. Dc work then. I think great green leonard stuff in it for the man who has everything just some really easy workers swamp thing is awesome but he he he doesn't want the deal one that the modern comics s weimin. I mean he said he's like you know. It's too dark now especially batman and stuff and and. That's one of the reasons that i think he really really wanted to do. Abc comments sign. Were tom strong. And media. and opt-in and moral stories. I mean those are all positive in grim. Dr lonsdale cyprian somewhere. He said like he blames himself like he. He blames the killing joke for turning that man as dark. The family get help. From frank miller little bit although type miller wasn't that bad but the anymore caught off the real any other thoughts or should we get to the next one the next around for the next one not for whatever happened to orissa recounts life remembering her time with the core and how she artificially aged herself the be with how jordan which little hellfire. I talked on windows along boxes. the patriots adriaan after. Apparently what was it. This ret con the that. Yes you may have only been thirteen years. But that's their years like ten years. Basically she was a teenager but mentally she was twenty eight home. But it's still part of the what we've got of. How jordan after rebirth heiser. Whatever spanish still not not cool we could look at all after kanji. Try to apply. He's always like you're young. You're too young at the ages. Our body up with that ring man literally over after barely escaping a collapse at the green lantern citadel. She heads out in her car in thought you wrecks her corn lance in the hospital. Shortly afterwards she leaves the hospital close to break down. There wasn't a whole lot ear yup right. Because i guess that's citadel she was in the citadel wild like getting knocked down in jail thirty three but it does leave a nice little opener guy out verbally sparring there at the end right yeah. Basically i receive remembered her time. With how and then then it became god house in hollywood made that story at a teenage age like the world's most famous. How yet i read the. I'm just like this. Sounds like a hollywood. You know a true hollywood story. I took a big do great. You take a girl. I'd like to read more bond magazine. Maybe up maybe that'll be a future issue. Extra are aliens. Look better builds. I know it's just depressing text blocks and besides when you've got a pretty face in baud most people don't care if you have a brain a so i learned how to not have a grownup brain and get away with it yet. You and trump honey better Is issue i mean the kind of do the recap because he gets hit on the head. I guess having partially lesion tries to remember yeah then she gets hit by a truck literally but yet she wakes up in the hospital where agents there. I can't work only thirteen runs out of the hospital and my mom and my boyfriend. I need how so. Yeah so again. It's the big hold Hal and guy confrontation house. Like i'll find to get back to earth guy with you. Get back to earth Yes as the best russell where someone gets hit by. A bus won't hey. Hey come on. This is an interesting story is. She's hot and she looks like she got hit by a bus. She did so any any thoughts on orissa Thought it was kinda cool a very different tone than the last few. And i don't know it's so unusual. Our started which fun whenever they were. I know this isn't like a swimsuit issue for like remarkable that i never felt it was like a even though as a kid. Read it as earth kinda cool regard like oh. Yeah it's scandalous. But it was kind of funny to see super people as sort of doing normal things especially because i've read so many comic books in the summertime like i definitely associate reading comics as a kid with Going to the beach with my family not wanting to sit on the beach just or go into the freezing cold ocean. Maine's just go downtown and get a bunch of comic books. Team beat magazine. I was in the in her in the supermarket by downtown. It was all about commerce Town the oh yeah you were talking about summer Yeah in june everyone stay tuned all of our. Dc shows are gonna do a crossover be doing. The i annual. Yep we'll be doing green lantern one here but it all all of our other shows. I like we news. We are the night. The batman podcast. Yeah comic capers. What we do in the flash stuff and some justice like one so yeah so stay to. Russell said he was already buying buying comics. So you bet come out. In the summer of ninety two so loving annual are spider also. June are on our spider man and daredevil. Podcast we're gonna be the atlantis attacks annuals for spiderman and their own. I remember those. I remember very fondly back over there. I'm thinking if they're out of order. Maybe like every june or something may wolves for allow try to do some the annual crossover the annuals. You know like we got back in the ninety s when we were kids more. Were kids evolutionary war. Sorry thom last part of the best. I see your attacks. Enraged you in evolution. Y'all i want to get there someday when stacy's clone high of illusionary but that rag tag team of vendors in the latte in the avengers issue number one. What if the vendors lost the evolutionary war. We're talking mr. What if right here. Now if i all i can't wait for that animated series of come on mc stuff. All right enough with the pugs so any anything else. Who should we get the next one forward. Let's moving on long story on a four way. Planet one phillips a planet the guardians long ago sent an emissary into the void separating this star system from the others Captain sisko A green lantern lands just before his long life span to expire and gives his ring to a young woman shall landreau thane. She uses her powers to try and stop the war ravaged planet. Unfortunately she is too late in massive missile strike leaves her the only person alive. She thousand user new powers to prevent this tragedy from occurring elsewhere. And of course. This is her first appearance. Don't say only appearance. I guess i'm assuming what she shows up in quarterly again again. I think i've only read like last couple quarterlies. I don't remember for sure. But i mean i thought it was interesting because we don't really know yes. He's a brand new character. It's like a brand new character. But i mean she may have been you gotta this may have been a million years ago or a hundred thousand. Throughout we don't know in winter way -posedly. It took a long lived lantern his entire life yet to where she is. And i think it's kinda cool you now. Let's hope he had like solitaire. Deck on the strip or something basically her chance or the only two new lanterns. We get in this every everyone else's like gardena stylish mom in a kind of bookends issue. Yeah i mean. I like i like the scifi nature infected. It's space it's sort of timeless. Our workers a little like a hot and cold on. I don't know. I like the scenery. Our work within really like characters stuff a little bit like some cool slash pages. I don't know something a little off. Yeah i think that was that hallberg racy on the art and douglas written by Inch out all right troth. This all yes you know. One of the early writers on a certain character now midnight batman sir. H that man all if anyone wanted to live this sunday at eight. Am mean ray. Swap off were is going to host Into the night and I'm making ray batman man story so history in the making. I kind of agree with her. It does kind of time with seifi quality to it and it seems more hardcore sifi than anything else is issue so i thought it was good but yeah i mean i know what you're saying about the art to a little too much inking on this because at certain points like it looks like she's almost shadow a lot on the that's intentional but yeah cup. See this orders. I've seen this artist. I think some batman stopping and he did the deadly hinson fluent. Marvel i think back in the seventies late seventies eddie thank along with the rider. I think they were both on. I was gonna say i know Yet daily food but yeah can say. I don't think i noticed. All these shatters his batman work unless it was just. Oh it's batman shadows. He also he was doing something. Cyborg in moral comics presents. Not death law. I think the artist that he had something in moral comics presents early on. I think also. Maybe i don't know i mean the read. Those i think they put up onto those marvel comics presents on the marvel unlimited apso. Oh i've been wanting to read a bunch of this so so any other thoughts on this story wrong again. There's not a ton 'cause like all these stories are only couple pages each so it's huge indepth story it's set up you know. They do a lot of setup working. We don't really get especially important especially because the new jersey but you know hey look. It was a sixty four page. Bonanza comics it cost. What fifty fifty. Wow is basically what twice the you know twice the size of a comic at the time. Two dollars and fifty cents. I wish to wait a second russell. You're gonna send me. I'll draw batman for thirty year about android be hostage man sausage man. Must you have more russell. I'm willing to torture but yeah then it's just like the last pages issue. Just get all all the plugs. It's just like oh we gotta rebuild the core and do this and that and it's like Yeah the house. Talking about johnson like siege green lantern mosaic on say currently on sale will see comes five. Yep you're right but at the remaining twenty five next hide was number one is now and you like we have our own business workout say again later in twenty five on sale next weekend guy corner one just a few weeks later again. It's not exploiting the end of that fight. It's just like hey guys get his own book. I wonder who leaves the grelier core maniac all my can you imagine a guy one and god his own book with jeff. It really rub it in your face. well cowlishaw. And he's going away by in the next issue more allen. Scott morgan nort more green lantern And debut the history of sector tweet one four so yes. they promised us at least more norton. Alan scott give them more good nor have some good nord. But yeah i guess so. I think it has the same thing alan scott and kind of has you side. They're hurrying trying to remember our disappears. Probably closer to the end Just say sausage man is going to beat his arch nemesis. Okay poor so anything else on this issue. Gentlemen like the art. The colors the verb beginning for the most part the story you know i had to make criticisms about the character our burden. Little as part of pretty solid. Lots of the remaining. That's a lower. Oh i meet the. I'm just gonna pull up the schedule. Double check but i am pretty sure mosaic. Next week full the first four. And i just wanna make sure. I'm giving outright information to got me all paranoid will. That's my job. That's i'm really really curious. I'm curious about a couple of things that's mosaic. Hold up as roma's remember it. Because i remember being just almost mind-blowing just and maybe maybe it's not that earth. Maybe it gets. 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F.D.R. (F*ck Da Rich): Love, War Crimes, GasMasks & Free Assange!

The Dr. Susan Block Show

1:27:36 hr | 3 months ago

F.D.R. (F*ck Da Rich): Love, War Crimes, GasMasks & Free Assange!

"Okay tonight we're gonna talk about stuff stuffy like stuff. You may not like and assange. We're going to talk to talk about that. I'm gonna talk about china and vaccinations and soviet republicans that's the new republicans call soviet republicans. Not really. But that's what. I call and my trolls. All you guys always say the same thing because it pretty racist so it's always about the jews news people of color at. Oh black men nicholas. Take away your white women. Oh it's also terrible right Guys come on guns one day. Somebody's to take away from you. So show how we doing. The fdr radio track twenty seven seven. Yep and here with dr suzie and a these. I get it and a whole group of us through different show than most radio shows. I like to call it. Slow show like a slow hand. American radio's very fast that's it. It's nerve wracking fact. It's screen damaging got here. Happy pride month okay. All the board all aboard. But dr well. Good evening captain maths. And it's so nice to settle in to the dining car of f. d. r. which means it means. Wow a couple of things. It's short for franklin delano. Roosevelt are thirty second president of the united states. I wouldn't call him. A communist commie a little bit socialist. Stick what do they call it. Democratic socialist or socialist democrat or a little bit. I think he was basically a capitalist. That didn't want to see a russian revolution in america in the midst of the great depression. He called all big capitalists into his meeting room and said fellow oligarchs. it's time we have to tax. You have to take some of your money so that you can keep the lion's share and they agreed i guess or he strong arm them and it lasted for awhile. Interestingly through eisenhower he was a republican but he believed in taxing the rich and unfortunately kennedy. Our hero i guess in some ways he said okay to lowering the taxes for those rich and that was the beginning of the end. Really reagan here really ripped those taxes right apart and now here we are with all these billionaires and very very poor people and it sucks and speaking of sexual metaphors yes. fdr also stands for fuck derwich. Because hey it's better to be fucked than eating and so you should just go along with that. You billionaires you. You should just spread your legs and give up some money. Canadian sensor him you quick. So what is this channel about. People asked that a lot. It's about all the things you never wanted to hear. That's what channels about. Okay i think a lot of the things we say people do want to hear. Oh yeah yeah. But then all the trolls when they don't wanna hear this. They'll jumped in last week. All the trolls were on youtube. So you told me. I didn't get to see them. They're in hiding usually. They're in the basements. I was seeing a feed that had been censored by my managers censored yes my feed only shows comments. They think like it says gasmask girl is watching high gas mask. Girl would a gas mask. Oh yeah tonight. After our talk show our sexy bacchanalian back is going to be gas masks girl in the trump pacalypse and actually is just cusp of the trump hawk lips because it was filmed in november two thousand sixteen and we were all kind of freaking out and gas masks girl was making their very first appearance on the show. And i said whoa. Look at all those gas masks. I wonder if that's going to be the new fashion wearing masks. And lo and behold for years later. What a coincidence. Yeah i could say it's because it trump but i think it's just because of paul ryan and so the trump khalip steve alford into the corona apocalypse. And here we are right. Captain max that's right. That's right aided. But i'm still wearing my mask. Maybe you think. I'm paranoid. But no i notice. There's a lot of these strains going around a lotta strange going around and Course it's delta. I don't. I don't think it's owned by delta. Airlines strain has a separate thing now speaking of unidentified flying objects funny one j. c. Says what do you think about the pentagon ufo report. Do you want to say you. Think i what i think is. It's a distraction from the fact that there are plenty of identified flying objects that are flying out from our military and bombing people. So i'm more concerned about those. The unidentified flying objects unidentified that doesn't mean they're aliens. Maybe they are. And if that's the case i welcome them i kind of think they might be like not no not i. E t t. it right or more of market mindy. You know for robin williams. I would welcome to get a scotch. Yeah go ahead get scotch him a scotch. The buddha i got scotch back. Kiss liked that be. Maybe that's all that's all right. Fueled department over there. So i hope i answered the question for funny one j. c. I have a client. Who's very ammo sexual. Who loves the idea that these ufo's are alien spaceships that have nefarious intent and therefore we should all soldier up and get ready to shoot them out of the sky and that's his sexual fantasy literally and fortunately gays took his guns away good right but he loves to imagine that aliens are going to attack us like in that movie the fourth of july about war of the worlds and that one too talkative and independence day. The other one was the mars attacks. Yeah there's a bunch of people who have these ammo sexual desires mainly because our society in it's infinite ignorance puts down like regular sexual desires all the time. So your desire for your gun is not denigrated. So hey you love your gun anyway. Hopefully we have some friendly aliens coming to visit us. But really what i think. The pentagon is doing is distracting us from the identified flying objects. The bombs coming out of their department that we're paying for billions billions and billions of dollars. See i i believe in aliens. Sure and i believe in angels shirt why not also believe in different dimensions who dementia and dementia. Yeah that's a whole other thing that i believe in you what i'm getting. Most of our leading politicians have it for sure. All so i just think the ambiance earn another dimension and once in a while they come in and you see them and You know those ships that you see that those supply ships. They just beam down stuff to say so. We're gonna come back to aliens. But i would also like to say that. Are you leonard. Twenty three who. I remember before asking us a question. I think it might have been something about their roommate or something thinking that they were some other gender than they were or sexual orientation or something like that. I could be wrong but are you. Leonard is now asking. Do you think circumcise. Oh and that is a good question as well. He's asking if. I think i don't know if this is going to say day. Leonard well i mean uncircumcised is like mac. You prefer circumciser on. Well it depends. It depends because it's a little bit like a cooked salmon. Xiaomi more burn the skin. Now you don't wanna do that. Never mind never mind. I'm confused. I don't know if i'm going to go with your analogy from gas. Nesper role is to sue. But i i should say that the circumcision people that i'm going to talk about and i do not believe that it is a good idea to do to a child who cannot choose weather. Their penis is mutilated or not just like female. Circumcision is not a good idea. Now if you wanna get circumcised when you are an age of consent have it enjoy. You can get your boobs done. You can get circumcised can get tattoos. But i think when your baby. You shouldn't be getting an unnecessary operation unnecessary mutilation and i say this as someone who grew up with circumcise guys all my relatives. My male relatives of course are circumcise. And i used to think that that was what was normal. Host americans are circumcised. Until i met my first uncircumcised boyfriend when i was a student at yale and he was a medical student and he was african american. And you know that was kinda hot. Although he wasn't my first african american boyfriend by the way but he he was a medical student. Yeah i african american boyfriend. That was a medical student. He he was. I think my second or third african american boyfriend and he happened to be a medical student. Mostly when we used to have sex back then it was not like it is now where people are taking pictures and videos of everything they do. You did it in the dark making tiktok basically did it in the dark and so i didn't know what most of my guys looked like so it just so happened. The lights were on woke up in the morning and he saw me look at his penis. Like what's wrong with waters. And he explained that this was the natural condition of the male genitals and he did it in a very clinical way. And i was amazed to hear all of this. I didn't know and that was the beginning of my journey of understanding of circumcision. Sorry you circumcised guys. And i know most. You guys are circumcised. I love you too and once you're inside of me i don't know the difference so it's okay you you be you but i just don't think parents should be doing it to their infant's it's just is a sexual form of abuse. They did it to one of my sons. Yes they did it to two and they messed it up and the second one. They did mess up. I saw that and that also was part of education. I was guest. I we we were not boyfriend and girlfriend at that time you were married and i thought wow this is really barbaric and i didn't even know that there had been a problem. Everything seemed to be going fine. And i thought it was violent and not a pleasant way to spend your first week or two of life but in any case i am going to move on with subjects. But we'll come back to that. I want to give a shout out to glen klein who i also talked about this with on his show in the pews because some people do have a religious feeling about this and i respect that i just don't agree with it all right so i have some other people who are asking questions but i want to say hi to me now from gasmask girl. She's on the phone busy. Welcome to fdr. Get on the love to be here. Yeah we've had gasmask girl on the show many times not always you personally gasmask. Girls kinda like bonobo ville. There's lots of different people. And we're playing a throwback tonight the first time gasmask girl was on the show and it features manny and sarah but meena. I've enjoyed hanging out with you. And i enjoyed you interviewing me on your show. The after hours podcast. Yes there was such a pleasure having you. You still have to interview. Max yes yes we'll talk to set up some all right. So what's going on with gas masks girl these days. I you know what that code has. Effective gas masks girl. I was sick for the past year. Obviously but now. I know that many is currently working on a gas mask. Oh trilogy With hector con so a true enough. What's been happening yet. So i'm not sure what exactly about but i'm sure it'll be something something interesting. Wow and is that a is an x. Rated trilogy you. that's the mystery. I'm not even sure. Because i've been trying to focus on my show and things that i'm doing. I think it's been kept a secret just to surprise fan. Okay so we'll look forward to the reputation all right now speaking of revelations if you have info but we're wondering about our mutual friend ron jeremy have you heard any news. How he's doing twin tower off. I haven't heard a thing not one thing. Well at least you still allow. Yeah that's a good part right. Well yeah there's not too many good parts to that story and we rightly hope the best for him. He's never done anything. Nefarious at the speakeasy in bonobo ville. And i've known him for years. So i do hope the best for him and i do feel that There's a lot of people in jail and prison. That shouldn't be there. He's one of them. And certainly julian assange is another one and we had some good news about julian. Assange today. That one of the key. Witnesses has reneged on his testimony. He says that he's he was lying. So oh wow really. This means. Julian assange should be freed. And that is what a lot of people are saying including edward snowden that there's no reason he should be imprisoned right now but that's not the way it works in capitalists stick in neo liberal american england political play and it is just to play and write my editor at counterpunch. Jeffrey saint clair. He said that he's not optimistic. Because they're not really keeping him there because of evidence they're keeping him there because they don't want him exposing american war crimes and i guess you could say anglo-american war crimes because that's what he does and that's what he did right and that's why he's in prison in the worst but there's some hope because this one key witness is saying he was lying. What is his name. Hard to pronounce super der- in-jie door. Dr soon my san that writing. Come to max yes sounds good real good anyway. He's admitted that he lied and fabricated evidence against wikileaks so free. Julian assange also. It doesn't give us any moral ground to talk about putin putin and The other guys in turkey and that all after the journalists and here we've got him in prison and we got that other poor guy in in russia. Who could get whacked anytime you know. Julian assange is a as a journalist. You'll know that. And he revealed are war crimes part of our war crimes and so they put him in prison. Anyway whether it's this country or turkey or russia We're all after journalists. But you know without journalist We're going to sink deep into into fascism and all kinds of awful things So just to give a little mini history wikileaks. It started like around wikipedia. It was like another wicky except in this one. It was people from different organizations such as the us military downloading things to wikileaks that we would publish so chelsea. Manning downloaded a bunch of files that have to do with all the warcrimes of america and just a small fraction of the war crimes one of which was video that showed american military laughing and shooting at iraqi people including journalist or two on the ground that were on the ground doing nothing and they were killing. These people were saver laughing about it and this was recorded and this was bred around by wikileaks and it was picked up immediately by the new york times by the guardian by everybody. And so they're all guilty to but they want to say that julian somehow did some hacking and he didn't he actually didn't go into computers and get this stuff he was given it by insiders. So this one guy. This sitter indie or dr. He lied and said that julian had asked him to do some hacking. He's not even a hacker. He is a liar and he's at the and some other things so he just made this all up anyway for whatever reason. He confessed that he made this all up. Of course there are people saying well if he made up that. Why do you trust him now. Let's just say it just completely ruins the. Us case that he's a hacker. He's not a hacker. He's a journalist. He just does journalism that you don't like you being the united states government. So there you go Somebody here says That snowden as their hero and all of these people might heroes. And i thank them. Yes for their service. I thank them for their service. I thank them for their service of not killing people in foreign countries. I thank them for their service for knowledge and light about my own government exposing the truth. That's what they're doing. And that is very important in these times. So justly rights far too many crimes to cover them all. I love how these people just come in with. Half a sentence i i guess he's talking about the united states committed far too many crimes. You have to guess as to what they're really talking about. Because they're often referring to something you said like ten minutes ago is still there. I think just so tell me. How's your sex life. Meaning let's talk about sex well It's still good. Yeah i mean covid has a dev random give a sex partner or do you do it yourself. Yeah i've one right now. Oh you do. Can i ask you one question. I have one skew. What are you willing to me. What are you wearing yes good. I can't complain germany. it was dry for a while. But that's what sells love is all about though right. Well no actually even with self love. If you're dry you need to use a lube. Is this a new partner. Somebody you've been with I've known this person for a little while. Okay so you friend that is now your lover yes i do i. Do you wear a mask when you have sex gasmask Sometimes keeping a little bit spicy hobble variety. anti fart. Kind of thing never mind. I'll a gas mask. Noah said i didn't hear him say anti can earn the same room. As i think it prevents the smell of anything you know but it could be so. I could use for many things but for parts of they have. You ever farted with your husband's husband's bedroom. Have you ever floated in your husband's veteran. Who said she was married. I'm not married. Have you ever have you. Wo- abe is very into the farting bedroom. Yes i'd be. It's everybody's hearts everybody Everybody does and there's this supposedly a scientific thing that if you smell other people's hearts is one thing but if you smell your own farts you live longer. Okay so i have an observation as a sexologist right now. I was trying to talk about something sexy. Oh then the two of you are just talking about farting. well some i'm realizing that maximum have farting fetishes. That i didn't know about you know you guys. I said i wanna talk about sending sexy and you out partying. We'll some very sexy. There are far kings and queens. Absolutely right queasy. There's professionals actually via valencia is. When she's a fantastic farting queen mia valencia. She's very sexy and beautiful blog and she does these parts. She did one on our show. Of course we don't smell it because this is not scratch and sniff. But that's probably a good thing and i myself not so excited by it but i understand. It is natural. It's nothing to be too embarrassed about but on the other hand okay. I think we should move onto burping specialist on this show we did. What's future for you for me I'm actually finishing up my book that i'm looking on on what's book it's about my journey. being a dominatrix and my fun times of gas mask girl and self journey overall journey see. I didn't even know you were a dominatrix. Okay cool so do you dominate your lover or is that a separate. Oh quite fun so you domination with sex but not professionally. Don't do the sex professionally. Correct not professionally. But i've had a hard boundary. No do you sit on his face yet. Ooh that is something that law sit on. This is a door is being queen. And actually when i was asking dominatrix anything clubhouse with mr tara face shitting you like or don't like no. I was talking about dan. Max likes to say. I have nothing to say about face sitting negative nothing negative to say he loves face soon. Why do you make that sound like. You're down because enough free trying to act like you're freaked out because you're really a pornographer. He's trying to play like he's an innocent boy rethink soccer pornographer okay. So he's used to everything. You should see the things. He's public his old magazines love. Hey thank god finger anyway. I'm like you know pollyanna compared to him but he makes me seem like. I'm some sort of sex maniac on this show because that's part of our our love relationship i it seem like i'm the sex maniac right. You are sex maniac right. I was the one that said. Let's have sex last night right. I'm an old guy. In fact he said it. Because i i had a little back pain so i said so as well we don't have to. I said no. No i want to and it will cure my back pain and i was right. It didn't it. Did five minutes secured might serve my even his thing. Mckay your backpack it scared sacks is back pain and gave me your pain temporarily. Absolute only works temporarily also got something else last night. Sex here got a handle. He didn't even get more blowjobs affable job and it was wonderful. It was passionate. It's better than back pain. Better right back in fact when you have leisure. You're paying goes. I had such a good orgasm. One of the things about pain. Tell me 'cause you must be into the pain. Pleasure thing meena. Yeah after a lot of pain pleasure just feel so good. Yes it feels. Very euphoric I'm more into giving than receiving it. Schenn me to happen to me. God or the goddess is the one given it to me not a person but it even works for that of pain from injury or something if you ride combat it with pleasure and you kind of do a mental number on it right and i think more When it comes to the pain aspect it's more controlling the minds. I it's entirety and getting them in that deep state where you want some mold them and have them do whatever it is that you want them to do. And after they've experienced that payments so that their threshold and we notice that you need to stop or they say they're safe ford when you give them that pleasure afterward it very healing at the same time for any pain. That may have occurred. It's not only gold but but an emotional journey. I bet your submissive goes on quite the journey to get to the point where you're sitting on his face. Yes he's he's ed for hours on end given train. Well one day when we're all back in seeing each other you bring him on over to ville now watching and what he down onto your. But what is his safe word when he stuck under your carriage. Oh or orange peel orange. Is that what. It sounds like trump's complexion. Yes oh yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yeah could spice says my or maybe more like trump's mass problems you know. We're all laughing. But i have to tell you something. I i really am a big supporter of all of that and have been for many. Many years of orange peels. Orange peels pumpkin spices. Pumpkin spices perversion. Now and and i. I worked p where. I worked very closely with the With the dom and the whole thing and Yeah had a wonderful time. I got arrested twenty three time. Good time that's right. That's right so he's not as innocent as he sounds but he's still a little boy. My max hype stuart little boy little bra-strap. Oh yeah that's what we did in montclair new jersey in the nineteen nineteen fifties. We would go. I don't know if they do that today with younger people but we'd go down which snapped the girls now. Consider with station. Well yeah but a lot of a minute a lot of the girls. You know a day like dad. Oh you're so cute. That's what all the boys say i. It's not nice. I only liked it when a boy. I liked it. I mean i didn't like it. I certainly did not like put guys fifty years old sixty years old. He's walking around and trader joe's pulling straps. Yeah that'd be he should be. That's not taking away. That's not On this year like having a bra strap click. Unless you're like a high schooler. Just pulling right. Ross writes you know. That's what it was you know that's sort not to today's you know. I understand why you should not do that. But we didn't know at the time exactly. We didn't know at the time. I was a little boy. And these are little girls and it was all kinds of fun. It's almost like an a way of learning like untying your shoelaces. i'm not gonna let you just get away. I am not a total metoo tour. But let's just say boys. In the past have had way more power on the playground and in boardroom than girls and in the bedroom for that matter so we are turning the tables and sometimes spills off the table and it might be your stuff and we're so sorry but You know changes are happening but no boat. Female empowerment male. Well okay. i'll resigned from my position. I'm sorry i want you to be in your policies undermine. I want to apologize to all those giggling boys and girls for doing that really understand why today but then we were. I don't wanna say neanderthal. Okay remember i told you about a guy that through ice in my face bullied right. He was a bullet yet. That guy had pulled my bra strap few months before. I didn't know that and i yelled at him. Well because added. Yeah oh so it was going on past bothering me. That guy. And then he threw ice in my face about covina high raw snapping their. So they do. It can get bad. So i'm usually against girls. It can't be against boys to. There's a lot of people that are being bullied and we can't stop it all but we shouldn't be in favor. Roy i agree with you. I've just explaining that. We would rather not so sensitive at that time. Exactly all humans have to kind of you know take some sensitivity training well before they expire right. You're right you know really you know now if you if you refuse if you refuse to move on then you are trumper. Speaking of which zek tez on read it. Says trump tried to extradite snowden which is true he also did no favours to assange. It's like all these politicians no matter republican or democrat. They are after the real truth. Tellers that are operating outside of the corporate umbrella. You see. they don't go after the new york times. They say things like oh the failing new york times but they don't put them in prison. They put julian assange in prison because he was an independent. Like me like max like where independent people are saying. I have been you have been put in prison because you're independent of because because i published things that drewing that period of time was not babies is not something that you publish right. So it's very similar so whether you're publishing tits or the truth about the american military it's something that makes people in power uncomfortable and the beauty of humanity and their likes. Humans are like sculptures from museum right so they blocked the beauty of humanity. Blocked the beauty humanity with Julian assange is censorship bright. The julian assange was publishing stuff about julian assange american military more war crimes or crimes and they tried to accuse him of sexual harassment. All yes that's always rape actually but yeah that case fell apart they have thrown all these griff tres at him. It's kind of hilarious. If it wasn't so sad exactly a dangerous slippery slope all of us. Yes very slippery slope for all of us. We are all really in assange. We are beyond nineteen eighty four. Because now that there's social media repair all publishers. We could all interested or this. Julian assange was doing a little before. Social media really took off. There was some social media but he was kind of a harbinger and now a lot of people are publishing all kinds of things that you agree with or disagree with the censorship. and there's a wonder. When are they gonna toss somebody in prison. Just like they did truly song. Yeah well you know when you lose the ability to speak talk you lose very particular aspect of humanity not saying non. Human animals can't talk. Because i do think they can. They just don't speak our language and we really don't speak. There's very highly fans our language. Our expression is very important. It's beyond language is just being able to express yourself because the biggest thing they didn't like that julian published was the video of those american military people laughing as they killed innocent iraqis including journalists during the bush invasion. What herself last war. What war criminal should have been impeached. A brain fart speaking of farts brain far. Yeah right nine. But i've got some good news media did you do you know about zach weiner. The king stir candidate no. I didn't know that okay. Well i just did an article on zach who was outed as a king stor. He's a submissive in the video that they posted. He is in a submissive position with a blindfold at a ball gag. And she forty on this nipple. He is what clothes pins most bins. That's what the call hollywood. That's right got any c forty seven. Her tarisa old school fancy clothes pins on his nipples and a dumb of some sort dripping hot wax on his shoulder. I guess sounds like our studio sure. Sounds like a lot of studios right the standard play anyway. Whoever released it. I guess wanted to embarrass him but he came forward and he said yes. That's me and i'm not embarrassed. And i am a king stor. I like the dsm. There's nothing wrong with that. This is consensual. And you're not going to intimidate me. And i just wanted to support that and i didn't know anything about his politics. I still don't know much although i do know. Now that he supports the decriminalization of sex work right because the red umbrella projects. They tweeted a question to him and he said yes he does so. I support a kink positive candidate and he's way behind in the polls so i don't think he's gonna win. We should stand with him though we do. I know i'm talking about other people. Yeah all of us. That picture in this work to try to bring some kind of love and pleasure to people who may not be able to get it. Any other way is is really a terrible war on sexuality and sex and humans. absolutely so meena. i hope you will check out the article and give support disaster weiner. I did tag you on my post and perfect happily. Check that out. I wearing a gorgeous gold. Latex catsuit by demand ask yes boots puss in boots. Good for joining. Yeah baby renewed Yeah why don't you sit on my face. oh you know. It's not easy to sit on. A guy's face nor snot. The nose to nose jetson takes preparation. You can't do it in one swing something. It's nice if you have something to hang from warrior sitting on the face oracle meena cleaning stool. Yes i actually have a very on cleaning room. Well made yes. I love it so one very important if the run there and they say i can't breathe. You gotta get up right away. Yeah ok. Don't forget about orange peels and you have to get up quickly. Whether there's no comparison and by the way at least chauvin got some time. Nothing compared to what he did but goddess. He got twenty two and a half years. And that's not bad. They make us weird. Never heard a half a half a sentence. What do you make an predict. Make a prediction within in that place happen. What's going sky. Got twenty two and a half years what he really got. It's a yes because he will never make it in those twenty two years. It may take a year may take to is. You're gonna get steamed. He's gonna something's going to happen worse than that. This this is a cop who killed the black man and prolly hurt a lot of people. Yeah there might actually be people in there and he put in there. Yeah and they're also putting them in isolation which is really kind of dangerous. 'cause you're all by yourself and there's nobody around but in somebody could get snuck in. A lot of guards could want a lot at any apple. Has a lot of people have bad reputation to non force me to be a lot of people mad at him because he set off a revolution really really. Oh i would think there'd be people mad at him on both sides the truth you just said. I don't think he's a hero to anybody who jovan. He's not a hero to anybody and zone arraignment let alone the trial. What one of the weird thing that. I've now with this this person's chauvinist. The name chauvin is very close to chivalry. Which is also close to chauvinist chauvinism which is actually the opposite of nothing about guys that pull girls bras straps or anything. Hey now you know now. You've got me pegged. That's not what. I was so scoring about pegging. We got a dom on the line. We'll really really the guys the word when it's really the years Chauvin you're right very showbusiness. Chauvinist show is weird chauvinist. Because it's actually kind of the opposite of what. America wants to represent in terms of the worst governesses like he's almost the worst example of chauvinist and i don't think the word chauvinist has a good reputation at all. It's not like it's even mckee's mo- which has somewhat of a alert to it kind of an old fashioned term. We used to use that. When i was an old fashioned girl rousse chauvinist oh pig. That was actually big. Big sixty pigs all the time. Sixty s seventy seventy six seventy in little big and you up. I just sat on your face pegged you there you go male chauvinist pig all right now. Chauvet is here's what you do choose mash over this big. She's just pushed her her full. Speaking of pigs yes. We have a good friend. Who knew my gosh coming out. The nasa block nisa yes. She's not really my cousin. I wish she was. She's so beautiful and so brilliant witness. Mike garages every picture. But she's i don't wanna say she's also a fellow yearly right and much younger than me and she just made a movie about a guys pig guy. Who's kind of a loner. I guess out in the woods. And i think he's a former gourmet chef right and he has a pet pig. Right somehow is kidnapped truffle. Big yes it's a very special pig working. It has a jal truffles anybody know. Truffles are yummy. Things zuniga desert. There's two kinds of truffles. One is observed his big players kind of this trouble. That's like mushroom mushrooms. So they're very savoury. Chocolate truffle is chocolate with with mushrooms. I think that might have been the original idea but it's become just another hershey candy so our friend and my pretend cousin vanessa block has made a movie called pig pig and it's really exciting. It's coming out in a month and we have to go see it. So it starring nicolas cage nicholas cage. I was gonna say coppola mr man. Nicholas cage yeah. I could've played the part very well myself. You know you probably could. Of course yeah. Great part i would love that part. Yeah loving a pig max. I could see you. Picturing i can. I can see you as eighty seconds. Nick you were loving pig. Would i be the pig knowing. You'll be like the caretaker of the laurie pig into movie doesn't look all that cute little thirty fields looking for truffles right right anyway. They stole this poor guys. Truffle pig nicholas cage is like a great actor. He's kind of crazy rate way. Oh i didn't say that nick. That was my fate with that. I'm very crazy your very crazy. I think it's great to be crazy in that very special way that not too many people can be in which you're not harming people but actually bringing joy to people you're actually channeling your craziness into something that really benefits people in this case. It's this cinema and of course he's in cinematic family. That doesn't hurt. here's a trailer to it. yes okay. it's a great trailer we're excited. And i love the fact that it stars a non human animal. And i don't mean nicholas cage and vanessa block had also made a movie about another subject near and dear to our hearts which is the congo and the rapes. That were going on there that a trial of a bunch of congolese soldiers that had raped a bunch of women and the trial didn't get any justice for the women but it is an amazing movie. In which vanessa does a lot of interviews well. I'm very proud of being friends with two ladies. Beautiful friends with other yalies. But yeah beautiful barrier go all right so one night stands can be slippery slope sometimes just saying that comes from read it. Okay worldliness seventeen forty eight. Somebody's liver hurts. Just looking at the countertop razor onion yeah we just wanna make your liver twitch baby we wanna make it hurt. That's why we're showing you all this liquor. We're not drinking all of it. wait a minute. This guy doesn't like the countertop. he's looking at the liquor. I always looking at the. Why liver hurts livers shouldn't drink drink. He's not good for you. So what do you think this guy. John mcafee you think he really committed suicide or anyway. I think that's a little mysterious. But i don't know enough about him. But you guys are so into john maclean shooters committing suicide aussie. That sounds like conspiracy theory. Yeah the guy. The guy he. He's like next. Alex jones in terms of like conspiracy. But does that mean he would commit suicide. That's a question. You gotta ask the audience. I gotta ask the lord or the lady the lord or the lady asked the fact is this guy he does not want to go to an american prison and because he knows about the system so as the other guy who was it died in prison for his crimes. I don't know. I am suspicious of all these suicide. Honestly there's a lot of suicide and going on. And i'm a little suspicious. Think about it. Let's say you would end. I wouldn't killing myself. Well okay like myself to like myself too much to give myself a chance so you kill yourself in the cell maybe if our lunch or rats were all over me and they were biting me. I would like kill myself. If i could but probably couldn't be under all these rats but if i'm just being told you're going to be extradited tomorrow Shit i mean i've had plenty of. Oh shit moments in my life for things turnaround. I don't know things could turn around. We'll be a fucking earthquake and then everybody gets out of the jail know and also be a plane crash in he gets from the plane into the lap of luxury and the oh shit stuff that happened. Two years ago is who you are now it becomes a story that otherwise. You're a boring person. That's why i don't trust the suicide stories. I mean i get it but it don't get it so i my heart goes out to you and anybody. That is thinking of suicide. You really should reach out for help. And there's lots of health of course sometimes it'll cost you. That's the problem but you should try to get some help helping the people who want to commit suicide. Oh yeah don't do on the other hand. I think it's a much lesser crime much much lesser to commit suicide than to kill anybody else. These your only taking your own life and that's just a little wrong to me not a big wrong taking another life. That's a big wrong. Your life is yours. So gas masks girl. We did this great show. We predicted the mask wearing. We may have predicted more of a obviously fascistic trump park ellipse. Then it's been it's sort of like what a of people call american fascism. Which isn't fascism voluntary. mussalini said. Difference style but it is fascism and yet it seems voluntary role. Pride implied implied volunteerism. What the control of the media is so pervasive because you see it in fox and you see it in cnn. Those i consider them operatives of the right wing philosophy. They're both operatives of the military. Nobody on the big channels questions the military or no god forbid. Cnn doesn't like trump doesn't like me dozen like margarine taylor being head and dozen like anybody. That's a strong. Republican and fox doesn't like any democrats. Does you know fox's nuts. But really they're all in service of military dirig- richard jared rich and you know who's military that is. They're all talking about love. The troops respect the troops honor the troops whose troops are these whose troops we're paying for them seven hundred and hell billion what is it. Seven hundred sixty nine. It's really liked the number. Sixty nine really disgraceful. It is how can democrats do that. And i watched tucker. Carlson dissing this. General named molly milly molly. Whatever he's trying to be woke is he's tried equal all right but i'm not going to be on the side of general. I'm sorry i'm not on the side making this a better military. I don't want to have the right to be in this military. I don't wanna woke military. The woke military. That i want. If this military is going to be woke it's going to say give the money to somebody else dismantle the bombs. Let's make love not war and fishing fishing for enemies china. Yeah oh yeah gotta use those bonds they're going to get some of our snuff so we'd better give the bomb each other. China doesn't want to go to war. I mean they got their little army to okay. Everybody's got a little army and they're drones h throws lots of drones. Now as what they're using they don't want their little army to get water. His daddy might be upset w we lost three of a delicious drool. Yeah and collateral damage baby by the way. I consider the idea the so-called israeli defense forces to be a wing of us military in the middle east. So that's gotta stop that's stopped. We give them billions. We give them too much money. And if they didn't have that much money they all have to figure out how to get along with their circumcised dicks. Do little penis fencing. That's what those circumcised dicks. Therefore he expensing That is a very noble way that they resolve right men conflict. Well no one thing about bonobo males. No no we're gonna get laid there by older females and they get first dibs because older females are in charge and bonneville cougars and mills rule. Rubino that's right. The boys can pull our bras straps and blah blah blah. But we rule right and then next would be the younger women the younger females who are new and come in and they're exciting because they're new. Say hot young those those straps you pull our straps because we can handle it. That was good. That was the fifties into forties. You know that was a whole different deal right going on okay. And then if boys are still not getting it with the older females or the younger females they get it on with each other and they're gay. The bonobo way happy gave him ride. I would say gay pride. You know a lot of people say pride now. Fuck me doesn't mean anything. I just have pride. I have gay pride and i mean gay bigger sense than just homosexual. By the way. I guess i mean queer like into stuff the reality not the ideal okay. I mean not to be ideal is the enemy of the real and the reality is that we are now celebrating that moment when we were liberated from a certain straightness at the stonewall bar by mainly trans women who fought against the police. They fought in a kind of bonobo way. 'cause they didn't use guns they use bricks. I guess that's kind of rough guess wreck rigor recommending now recommending bricks cop said guns. Run right i. I could be wrong about the bricks but they did fight. They refused to close down their fused. To disperse and they said we're here. We're queer get used to it. They might not have said that but they said something. And i respect that. And my counterpunch friend nikki reed. You should read her article on counterpunch this weekend to because it's all about the spirit of that rebellion and how it's a little queasy making when my fellow gay sex revolutionaries wanna be in the military. I mean yeah you have the right. I believe you have the right. But i'm not going to celebrate that. Honestly i don't celebrate gays in the military queers in the military or anybody in the military i just realized might have some close relatives in the military. It's okay. I'm not taking us back into the you do because i have so embarrassed. Not but no. Don't worry i'm not worried. But i'm interested. So do you have a relative or you yourself. The military no. I have never been in the military. But i have some family members in the military can As like gay pride and celebrating got in the military. I think oh i think homosexual veteran should be allowed to serve but it's their business life right and and you know they're. They're there to do a job. They're not there for their sexuality right. Oh absolutely everybody and like everybody else except you know. I'm a sex maniac. So i think we're all are sexuality wherever we are. I once every eleven seconds right and demonstrates is a great great history. I don't blame individual people who are in the military like that. Jen rank milli. I don't him. In fact. I feel for him. I feel that these are people who are trying to serve so to speaks. We're talking about they are. They're trying to both serve and dominate. They're trying to deal with their own feelings as as do it in a sense of good citizenship and my belief is that they are hoodwinked through the carrot and stick the stick being capitalism being that there is right. Not a lot of great alternative. They're almost no alternative for a lot of people and so they go in the military. And i write for that. I know people like that. I don't blame them on wary them in case they got. Ptsd yeah and i would be wear for you. You know what it is. We're sending our children for the super-rich to mine fields to maiming. Killing to to doing criminal things fit that people of the united states of america. Anyway zero right you know and twenty one twenty years later we have not won. Any war were retreating. We're coming home. Yes who wants to fight wars like this. Well i hope biden has enough dementia to come home. Whatever it takes baby he just might be tired a tired old guys good. Yeah i'd had enough in afghanistan home and by the way when we go home if we go home. We won't be totally home. We'll still be able to drone right and we're doing a lot of that right. He'll miss taking too long distance just to be long distance sex. It's long distance killer so this show that we did for years ago that y'all should watch because it also features danielle watts and chef be live and a whole bunch of hotties e cores in it of course gypsy. There's a lot of foot fetish. There's a lot of sacks where he'll get beer. 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And i'm not sure what to make of it and and they're all saying crazy things like and too far and the fbi or behind the insurrection. 'cause tucker carlson says that and they say the trump one the puppets of the right wing at the sheep. He said the they want their business. That's the name. And they know how to use people literally drinking the kool laden philosophy and they say the same thing about us. It's a fight between the two philosophies anti and the fbi. We're really behind the insurrection. It would have actually accomplished something. No this was a maga- i most sexual clown show without the ammo. Because they weren't allowed the of absolutely us flagpoles bayonets in country that they're trying to take over riley. I kinda hate the fbi too but the fbi would not have done that. I loved the night now. I used to hate still there. Actually i think they know who i am so a friend. I've been regard. I guess i love the. Lapd hey look you gave me money. I feel like i'm their sex worker right. I did a show for the lapd including going to court dancing around us suit right and then they gave me money so i am a sex worker for the lapd. Oh yeah yeah. That's what they thought. No i don't mean it. In a real way raided the place and sat there. And i insisted that we not be a show and then insisted that we do a show yes and it was featuring ginger lynn so it was like a little sex show and since the rest of our audience had left. I feel it was for the lapd. We're almost out of time. Okay so i just want to say that there was a study done or a government report that says that says to foster is almost never used then minutes and this is Told to us. Thanks to don pascal. So yeah it's almost never used except it's used constantly. It's not used by law enforcement directly to bust people because of course if they really tried and they went up against anybody with any power whether money or charisma it would go to a court which would declare it unconstitutional. So they don't go after anybody. That's not the idea of stuff foster. The idea i'm the problem. Is that chilling affect that. It has on people and corporations such as youtube facebook and other social media. Who saw what happened to back page. And who know that. There's a law. Now on the federal books sess to foster that could get them into trouble if they accidentally let out some. I don't know sex trafficking or revenge porn really bad langley in trying to get rid of all of this big. Get rid of a lot of consensual own sexual expression girls guys were. I'm talking about censorship. Not even getting into that subject of grooming but that's another subject scissor city me off the subject serious subject so saudi go ahead okay. Okay what does this classes. 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GSMC Basketball Podcast Episode 599: Always Bet on Yourself/Were Talking Legacies Now

GSMC Basketball Podcast

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GSMC Basketball Podcast Episode 599: Always Bet on Yourself/Were Talking Legacies Now

"Get your ears wrapped around the golden state media concepts basketball. Podcast all the scoop. You need to know from college basketball to the nba and even march madness use of your rising stars topics on and off the hard work. This is the golden state media concepts basketball. Podcast everybody is welcome to the gmc or podcast show brought to you. By the z podcast. Network as host. Sean auto. And i am back with you guys again this week. Are this week to talk about this one for game or basketball once. Again we have lots lot. Boeing lots to cover in the show today. I wanna talk. I do only take some time to cover a few topics that not only five basketball in your basketball career but also applies to to light in general as we all know that the sports can be a a mirror for the real world and a lot of the concepts in and in lessons that we learned in sports can be applied to to light 'em for the most part hmos individuals than dupleix or they don't play professionally as sold the less the most important thing that they get out of planks or it's our lessons that they're taught in that they're learning because like i said those lessons could be applied to the real world applied to life as well and can make better visuals. You know with that being said it's gonna cover she topics about about life. The i saw in sporting in the basketball world in application to finish odor and also to the michael beasley and can afri respectively. So i'm going to cover those three guys later on this show in the last two segments but start out with the show for c. segments cover us the nuances the all a league ours should have an orange has basketball careers in order to be more fish on offense to start the show. I'm gonna cover going to be covering the recent trade Pulled off by the la clippers and grizzly plus. Get right into it. So yesterday has guys know are already on the elliott lieb belly. Clippers traded away regime. Rondo and patrick beverley to the memphis grizzlies in exchange for air but so s guys know eric. Bledsoe started his career in in. La extra on jaffna us. John dragged acceptable. Role buys impressed in the city. Thunder then traded away on draft. Night said l. Clippers spent first six years. What the clippers. Sorry history for years clippers than trade with phoenix and during the two thousand seventeen eighteen evening arizona. One point seven assists Which one is best the disco output in his career for a season today. He got traits milwaukee as no. He's a part of that. Milwaukee team that made it to the eastern conference finals lost toronto. Six games last year. He got traded to the pelicans exchange for holiday and most recently passed. All season traded away to others grizzlies griffin trying to shop. In a sense he got traded. He has stated he wants to play for a contending a contender and he wanted. La we also see rondo. Got traded once again tuna. 'thus along patrick beverley now. I don't know if bronco will look to stay in memphis believe rondo will either asks for the trade or buy out or possibly retired a. We expected a lot more wrong than what we got with this time when he clippers from yearly playoffs We expect them to be a vital playmaker in the starting point. Guard like liberals going to playoffs. But then murders of reggie jackson otherwise and lost reggie jackson starts emerging show heaping be a permanent wall and not only playmaker also necessary score as well especially with aps acquire. Leonard showed that there was no need for rondo or leads Get minutes and since patrick beverley was never the score are crushing. Playmaker reggie jackson or rondo was hesitant has ministered to decrease well. I was ready to accent began show scoring ability. There's only there's only rondo the show his and as ironic because beverley was the starting point guard throughout the year or when he did play. Apparently the thirty five games this year. I'll do but when he was available he started and they both got more playing time. Reggie jackson or of course the season but when it mattered most rejects improve. He was the best encore during an. It was surprising. Most analysts including myself didn't expect clippers to be able to resign or jackson dukes. formed during playoffs. I didn't think that the clippers owner resigned did the cats waste and then going into luxury tax. But they're able to sign up until you're twenty million dollar jill very impressive And buy them off loading rondo in beverly. It does show a for a shift. A shift in in eras are the beginning of errors. We'll see beverly was part of the old guard with lou williams and mantras heroin even doc rivers on seeing that to golden state. Six games Back in two thousand nine hundred eighty but something. That's interesting issue. Interesting is that in a l- williamson mantras berra. Those guys that they kind of got into live quite leonard. I are they butt heads a little bit See what happened near a superstar of organization. Agreed you have a lot of leverage english. No mistake that those two guys. That issue requiring now near in the clippers anymore. I saw the rondo. Who has had issues were numbers usually plays for a you know he. He had a little bit issue with leonard during the first round. I believe it was game. Four when they lost to dallas a quieter shot that Potential gain time shot which wasn't good luck in. We could see them walking off the court. Rondo saying something to quiet. Leonard in leonard. Just no pressure marfan art. I soon back then. Brush him off. But we know that rondo is is has a type eight mentality and he's very vocal but which makes him a great leader and a great point guard but these days we see james or focused on cohesiveness. In having guys around the star players aren't going to necessarily give any pushback which is something. I don't always agree with. I don't agree with actually. I think there does need to be censored dynamic where you have guys around your superstars. There aren't just gonna caudal to them. Aren't going to acquiesce. Whatever they say. You do need that. You need someone in that organization in that roster with the type of mentality. 'cause quite leonard and paul. George needed him. Vocal leaders lead by the playing style. Even them really going to get into a teammate and ripping them for setting the screen or not cutting to the basket or not filling the lane crash the boards neither of them are are those type of leaders but rondo was. But the problem is when you're not you're not talented. You're your words. Don't carry as much weight are won't say talented when you don't get as much playing time. Your words and lockwood. Just don't carry as much weight as like that cross all sorts but primarily basketball. No you can be a great leader. Yes absolutely you say all the right things and do other things but when you don't have as much playing time play much your words don't carry as much weight as someone else who does play. It's because guys don't really trust you in heated moment because we haven't seen in the in the heat of the moment that often are times to build credibility so rondo gone and patrick beverley house. The opens up the spacing for for jackson to get more minutes but knowing that winter will be gone for large person. This season You know has no scoring. Entre for eric bledsoe. But there's two things that if if this at another scoring scoring point fry for ferrall quiet learner's missing this is tell me quite leonard is likely going to miss the entire season because a lot of One source i'd they're relying on says that quite linear will be ready by march into a ready to go by ten playoff around and i thought myself is are going to be one hundred percent our mortgage are they just going to be clear to the court in march because if we're looking at choir linders track history track record of one hundred percent. He's stepped on the court. He might not invented little management but he is definitely savant of it. He's not one hundred percent he's not setting on the court care this year next year. The after that he's not stepped on that core. He's not hundred percent. And i can't necessarily blame him for that and to go along with that he. He's recently signed a four year. One hundred seventy two million dollar. We'll take the three year the player option. There's no financial incentive for here for him to step cory now either so there's no way he's seven on the core not one hundred percent. There's no doubt about that Eric bustle tells me that. The clippers are saying they've they've already spoken with quite camp argue seeing something out of That's telling them he's not gonna be playing season at all. So let's just recoup the luxury tax in this year. A wash in prepare for the twenty twenty two season. That's that's what this move tells me. Connect with the move clears cast base for aircraft so coming in getting ready beverly in rondos contract as scoring scoring punch to keep them as viable playoff makers but not necessarily championship contenders in allows them to scrape Signed another free agent after this year amp repair for the next season. Boy it doesn't it Reeks of we're gonna. We're gonna count this year's wash but with this clippers They don't have their championship. Window slowly starting close quite leonard. Twenty nine georges thirty right each accident thirty one. Marcus morris is thirty as well. You know these guys are getting older in yes. They're in the sweet spot right now the prime but that's at this age right now next year there's older and these other guys in the west again better. Dallas is. Improving memphis is improving. Utah's improving all these other teams are getting better. So there's you don't have time to count years wash. They have to get better now. They had to win now. And when you go on in and when you when you mortgage your entire organization on one player like why there is no there is no wash years. You're in when you are in win. Now move the moment. You get co leonard. You're in win now mode until quindlin retires. Aren't you when rink. But does this. Make the clippers of better team with eric bledsoe. Let's i like airbus. I think he's a great player. He thinks a talented goers. Come out of kentucky but what does it say when you've been traded six times. What does that say about you as a player the subject teams had given up any so many times now i do think that his most recent stint in the world wasn't necessarily his he got he got traded to the situation they know point guard went to be in with. Won't lonzo ball already. Be in the air in zion wilson. Emergency at the point forward to dealers. They're both away. Didn't milwaukee wasn't able to be the second option. Our third option. The honest needed are. Chris middleton needed in we start. We see the. He has been infants assistant in his play since he's left phoenix so he needs to. He needs to find that rhythm. Find that group where he needs to be in the position where he is the primary option or primary scoring option. Could we saw things. that's what he was. And that's why he's able to thrive but is he able to thrive at the second optional third option. We have yet to see that we know defensively. He's going to be great. He's a two time all defensive team player. The offensively can't he jus- can he be the second option or that third option that remains to be seen but as of right now no. I don't think the lakers are the clippers arnie or any better after constrain. We'll move forward or season but something that can make guards excel is a particular move. Did they make kono ball screens. Al-gararsha do it in in this next in our next segment. I'm going to be covering what this move is how should be done. Wise at least effective for guards are levels. I just professional college in high school as well so stick around not something. You're gonna miss also row. Quick marcus. Smart four year senate. Two million dollar deals boston stand boston. Great deal great. Move for boston. Marks mars highly underrated clear Surprised say on the market for this long guys access to ground not something. You're gonna miss. Are you looking for the very best. Nfl and college football podcast. Then checkout gsm see football podcast get the latest football move both on and off the field from the nfl draft to treats to the rumor mill to the nfl combines. They got you covered. That's gmc podcasts. Dot com slash football dash. Podcast get updates on college. Rivalries king d. insights and much much more. It's football talk. The way you want at this show eats sleeps and breathes football. Don't forget to like on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. Yes mc podcasts. Dot com for more info. Did looking back. Thank you for sticking with the commercial guys. We have a lot to talk about today. As discussed i would wanna spend the second half of this episode of the show covering the nuances of basketball on the court off the court in as i said in the previous segment. How a lot of the lessons that we learned through sports in through basketball specifically can be applied to our life and it can be applied. Su are everyday maneuvers throughout life. In a can make us better individuals in the long haul. I talked about in the first segment. How the lessons. We learn shape us. She's view society in the world. You can tell who has been in not only just a team of army but also just sports environment in general a growing up our throughout at some point in their life you can tell based on how they act basically treat others based carry themselves and base how responsive adversity are adverse situations and. These are lessons in concepts tenants. In lessons that are learned solely through being part of the sports environment are playing sports. Let alone basketball next parts of these of this. Show this show covering those topics in for the segment outlet. Stick on the court right enlisted to actual concept that guards can use in order to be efficient in order to maximize your potential primarily on the often seven in. It's a move the wouldn't when you see it or when the average fan sees it they wouldn't even classified as move. They probably wouldn't even know what's going on right. 'cause it's not it's not a dribble move in. It's not a crossover is is more removed. Just just a body movement in in this movement in it. The term for is called. The jail cell called the joe cell in essentially what essentially in its most basic sense. All it is is is when the guard creates contact creates contact initiate that contact us defender in his able to seal them off as shield that defended from being able to get back into play. Am i doing this. It creates a five on four advantage for office team in allows guard the ball handler to who gets the open spot whether be in the painting area or seventeen. Eighteen foot range. Lousy drawing Extra defender able to dump it down or kick out to his teammate. But as it's called the terms called the jail cell getting your defender in jail and is done by like initiating contact trade contact putting your shoulder hit as often player on the drives the first time i actually saw this move our i am. I actually noticed it acts okay. What what is that. What's going on now is during the twenty seventeen nba playoffs. It was game. Six washington wizards against the atlanta hawks. The foreign five matchup in the first perks the first player saw do it was was bradley. Beal he did it coming off. A ball screen cortott sediments high balls can atop the key and i wanna say. It was kim base guarding him. In as bill came coming coming down off that ball screen he stopped get got his hit our shoulder back into the chest of defender conveys more than he did a jump start to cut them off and keep based on his hip and i was. What is what's going on right now and i. I can see that. The bradley is keeping them on the sip. Image so dribbling dribbling keeping based more on his back on un's backside allowing tot to roll down to the basket is so once cortott is cutting down to the bass golf that off that pig. It opens up spacing on the elbow extend area so bill was billed. Got high ball spring gwent fright going down the right side. And so now. He's in a seventy foot area holding camp as more but now the space in the mid range opens up on the left side left high extended because facing so densely bread changes direction with hips hips. Now lateral to the sideline push the ball out again to an easy mid range jumper and i saw like man. He did that kind of smoothly. Man what what what should happen. And so i wasn't as knowledgeable as about the game so i'm watching amnestying those play and then i see john wall do the same thing but now when john wall does it. He's coming off ball screens coming left in. He's holding schreuder on the ball screen helping him getting getting him to jail so area in now cortott once again when he rolls spacing opens up but now the lane opens bright. Delano is up and so now was able to against that floater. Because now he's he's shielded schroeder completely and he surrounded by shooters in kelly. Oubre on the court mark morris vilmos court bradley beal on the court. So he's surrounded by three shooters and so they since they can't help off. The painted area is there and allows log onto the floater. Any hit it man. He did the same thing bradley. Beal said what are they doing wrong. And i saw i couldn't quite get it. Get idea what was going on. And i i watched the rest of the game. I thought man that has an interesting move. I never seen before and so then. It's like around the twenty cents. Play the wizards played the boston. Celtics and i remember it was game gain four sorry game three in washington and i saw john. Welcome off another ball screen As thomas guardian in once he came to boston. Come down the right side. He got the elbow and he got back into the chest of isaiah. Thomas in i kid. Not he held isaiah thomas in that jail cell area for a had to be at least four seconds. He just held it can joke. Dribble waited for marching cortott to cut down in open lane and once mark once cortott cut down. He did the same brady. Bill didn't previous series against atlanta. He pushed over. Push cross to the left ebadi in the area and went to jumper and it was more prominent with this time. 'cause wall held. He sealed off a as a tom for so long. It seemed like it was almost. It seem seemed longer than four second. Seem like yelled there for twenty seconds just holding holding hold waiting for cortott to cut down waiting to see if anyone's going to help off on him and no one helps. We just cut over to the open area and went to his jumper s ave. Jeez this is just this is something else. And if i'm never seen this move for man. And i i was trying to figure out how is every time work is done is extremely effective and so that offseason. I'm still in contact. The time i'm i'm trying to add that to my game and i'm trying to say okay. Hey where when. How the y. For for all of it for that move. And so you can you can. Do you know how to do it. You can know how to create that contact in a shoulder. Hip get shoulder up on. The draw are kind of raise up on your shoulder when he concrete that contact and no bumping into your defender to create that seal. You can do all of these things but if you don't wire doing it when to do it in the nuance of it and it doesn't make a difference so i knew how to do the move fanfare. Why why doing and so. I'm watching film and okay. Who who else does size. John wall and bradley beal. 'cause obviously whoever their their skill development coaches in washington they had taught the net and they use it prominently. So why why. Why do it. Who else doing John wall bradley beal. They're doing it and then look at it more filming those. Okay chris paul. He does it a lot to chris. Contact gets defender in area. Who else does it doesn't does a good job ceiling isaiah thomas from boston. Isaiah thomas from the detroit. Pistons does as well chauncey billups when he was in elite. Did it as well. Tony parker that it is well good job ceiling great job ceiling their defenders comes those balls so i'm looking at guards sometime. I'm trying to figure out. Okay why why do they do it in in. It's because as i said stated earlier there they're attempting to create a five four advantage for the office scene in his real simple. You had to create that concept yet to be the one off the player to initiate that contact dr. i noticed that straight line. This only works. If he's a straight line drive can be got if you do. But if you got a banana cut or drives a wide. You're allowing the sender's recover. Not not selling him off not cutting off. He's still there. That's that's one of the key factors being able to seal off at defender on the drive straight line for set defended. Open up the gate based open up his hips. And so you do it to create a problem for advantage. Okay so wendy do it. Wendy do you can do at the top of the key. They can do it on a secondary break. Who quite frankly can do it at any point in time so long as you not gaining too deep into the paint help side area so what does only works. So if you're patient on you drive collado a lot of a lot of players Guards they go at one. Speed is boom two hundred miles per hour. But if you're able to slow down your pace knowing that you ask the guard as the ball handler in the ball is in your hand. Everyone has to go at your pace. You are dictating the pace of nine other guys on the court. You are the conductor of the orchestra. Ns yet. that's why you have to see your the conductor the orchestra everyone is dictating in going. What you do in how fast you do it so you have to embrace that moment of control you have to embrace that moment of having for lack of better terms all the power in that moment when he had the ball on your hand you have all the power so take advantage of that control it embrace that moment when you try to glance your pace you wait to see what's going on with defense is is helping it where the collapsing it in control that contact create that contact. Hold that contact the longer able to do that. The longer able to read where the defenders at in in those read moments are win. Cars are highly successful. So what the jail cell does it extends your read moment by extending read. Moment allows it ease. Makes it easier for you to make decisions when it's easier for you to make decisions that game slows down for you and you make more decisions. You make better decisions. So that's why so important for this jail cell concept to be used by multiple cards. But we have you have to be willing to slow down pace on the drive. Why it's so important in from experience. Because once i added this to my game in college the game slowed down tremendously tremendously and when i got to the pro level. It's slow down. That much more in your speed is still there but now that you can turn it off you can turn turn on speed in. Turn it off when everyone to your that much more effective. You're adding multiple gears to to to to you to your game. Now's not always in fourth year the entire true. Now you can go from fourth year third gear to i two thirty back to second back to fourth that stopping go Style movement is hard to stay in front of for defenders and so it was efficient for college announced even more fish from at the pro level because as a guard. I got crazy lot. Contact i got. I got a create tune. He's not just for myself for my teammates. So that's the importance of this jail. Cell movement are putting your defender in the jail cell getting him in that jail cell preventing him from recovering in getting back into the play. That's why this move is so vital that that frankly can be taught to a two guards it even at the middle school level. 'cause it's easy concepts easy move. You're just initiating that contact. But i would have never noticed this move by never to watch film. So that's why so important to watch film. As as as students of the game we always have to be looking to grow to expand ourselves. and i don't mean highlights are fun. Entertaining rights watch highlights. But no you have to watch full gainesville. You gotta watch full game film. 'cause then you can see the mistakes. Why things work. Why didn't work in the market. Truism is being able to learn for someone else's mistakes in peon people forget that and that's one of the key factors of of watching full game film. 'cause you'd see why didn't work as opposed to just. Why did you need the bounds of both. That's why so watch game film and so it all starts tied together. You watch film you see new concepts new concepts you apply to your game. Once you apply to your game now be used during the regular season. Now you're starting at miniature game you make yourself a better player. More efficient more conducive for team better contracts. Better offers is all a trickle down effect and it starts with the you put in extra effort extra minutes to watch film. And that's why it's so important for guards snuggling for that contact but to add this jail cell concept to their game defended joe sale but this is important too. Take the extra mile go. The extra mile in terms of watching film exit through game saw some point bettering yourself as individuals not just interest in sports world or any sports career but in life in general so in the next topic. I'm gonna cover a player. We've all heard recently finished ruder. I'm cover that situation in detail. I'm talking about why. I am actually onboard in agree with everything that ensure has done up at this point so guys stick around Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Nell listen close and here this out soon. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. I'll less than our podcast. Bliss with endless hours of podcast coverage from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more stop flirted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that. Podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. Www dot gs mc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and google play. Welcome back we are now into the third segment of our show and we have covered so many topics today on his song from aired. Let so getting traded to the la clippers going back to his original team. They started his career would Patrick beverley contributed to the memphis. Grizzlies along region rondo What impact will they have on nichols who they stay memphis. All that remains these seen. A what impact is eric. Bledsoe going to have on the clippers. I think he wasn't marginal impact. What this tells me though is that they are washing. This season the clippers organization and require leonard to get healthy and return for next. Now do i agree with that Stance not not the clippers are not at liberty to just be washing seasons taking seaton's off and say okay. Whiskey ready for next season. That xinzhou window is slowly closing year-by-year month-by-month week by week day by day hour by hour minute brightness second by second the clippers are not in a liberty to be taking years off they have to go and wayne now especially in mortgage or entire organization on one player. Like the with quiet leonard. I also talked about a one move and concept that all young ours. All guards at all levels should have in their arsenal and game on all and in called getting your defender in jail. Contact initiating that contact forcing debendra. Open up your hips over their hips. Getting shoulder hit under jive initiating that contact with the bump keeping that the sender on your hip on your bedside trading advantage for fear team for your offense five fourteen And probing the paint going to your floater. Are going to run our push crossing to okay spot in creating mismatch mismatch screening opportunities thirteen and has done by having as in control and and by going at your pace. We have to remember when the ball's in our human quarter own pace we dictate pays control where the teen will pay. Some other guys in court embraced that moment and ralph shit written among for possible. So what own pays. We don't have to go one hundred miles per hour whilst reinitiate contact contact leverage. Now we're able to troll gets word go and that's the importance having Getting into the vendors in jail. Because now we're gonna do all these things in now. I wanna talk about another story. That i saw in the news alton often when we're on our on our paths lies and honor pad bettering ourselves and putting ourselves in advantageous situation and we'll goal driven and when we're solely focus on the task at hand goal that he no we are going to do things in our live on take moments in our life are the will be using our light where we have to take a chance ourselves or you have to hedge everything ourselves and bet on ourselves in our billy's and our believes in this in not only just yourself but also in the most high is necessary because allows to see just how important is to undersell and to you know take advantage every situation. You have come to us. But on his life his moments we had better so and trust in your still said there are gonna be people that the can't grasp the concept. They can't fathom the idea the notion of betting everything they have on themselves because that takes a certain level confidence it takes a certain level desire. They're not everyone in this world hats and so people that don't have that self confidence in desire when see other people that southnassau but they can't grasp the can't can't comprehend it because they can't even fathom or stevens sees himself in that predicament because never be inner predict so when they see someone is in that predicament that is has a will willingness where all an attitude to bet on himselves. They can't grasp it. They they start to denigrate in downgrade. That person started charter. Bring up person backed down to their level. And so that's why so important. When you are on this half of of chasing what you want in this life im- bettering yourself and putting yourself in essence ages opportunities you have to be. You almost have had tunnel vision and you have to clear out any sort of negative energy. Any sort of negative response any sort of criticism that is not constructive but solely detrimental. And you can feel that you can discern that someone's being disingenuous when someone is telling you something for mysterious reasons and you feel that you have to. You have to do away with that person that individual completing your heads removed that individual from your life or whoever is bringing that negative energy towards your passion towards your goal toward your dream you hats. Remove them radically. You had for that because on your path of life on your on your journey on going and putting yourself embedded advocates situations and putting yourself in scenarios for you have to take a chance on yourself. There is no room there is no time. There are no moments that must be wasted on the negative energy on the negative people that are trying to bring down and we have to understand it on his journey on this path. There are going to be people that don't see in your waving see it and don't see the opportunities the way we a so since they don't see believe they are going to try to move us on our path because they they don't wanna be the only one that's not a pat is to quit shave. Misery loves company s. O since they're not on a path since they don't know what their focus says they don't know what their purposes they want to try to move you away from your purpose off a european and we cannot allow ourselves to be moved off our pat now with that being said there will be moments in life where we take chance ourselves. we take bent. We take a chance on herself. An opportunity and it doesn't always go the way we expect but we always always always no matter the circumstances no matter the predicament. Nomadic situation you have to bet on yourself ten at a ten times and so would that he said. I want to that instant topic hand. No within schreuder was recently called flagged for turning down a four year of a four year. Eighty million dollar contract with the lakers in pursuit of imacs contract. And we know we all know how that's run out. He wasn't able to see the mats contract. He ended up receiving. You know one year. St- essentially six million dollar deal from boston celtics. Now there are two things that have to take into account was the market of the nba is finished. Necessity in team was his role. So look at the mortgage so if we look at the market for gars. That are in his Skills that area our town level area the slick asks the mike. Conley receive at three million three year. Seventy million dollar contract. That's essentially twenty million dollars year. Marcus smart has got four years and seven million dollars contract gas about brown about twenty million dollars year as well. Now's round now. We also add in patty mills and forty for got a two year at once. Say twenty four million dollar contract about twelve million dollars a year. Patty meals guy. Two year deals well so for looking at the market the market four point guards where they be six men point guard. Are you know moderate level point cars. It's about twenty four million dollars a year in if we look at schroders contracts they four years eighty four million dollar contract. That's that's a little over twenty million dollars a year so the contract he received does fit the market now necessity for demonstrators or anything a needle point guard a starting point guard. Maybe washington wing got then witty because they couldn't afford given by contract so we have to see what teams are really in need of star. Point guard Boston which is weird short win but also have more smart as well so marcus smart likely starter and left in shorter being six name for underscoring punch now. He schroeder's game if ideal for a six-man provided huge scoring punch doesn't Necessarily playmate provide a scoring punch off the bench and provided composure instability. For that second unit. Now we know shooter has never been a a pure point car please. Miss gar point guard. They kissed score the ball at a high clip. Am i know. I always say shorter. That his best when he was coming off the bench and okay see as a six man because he didn't have to worry about facilitating playmaking from his heart. Seen he was solely a score and so the ideal situation with schroeder friend be a six men opposite heating to be a starter but ideal situation for would be for him to be a sixth man. So then the question becomes okay. Are you willing to give it max contract to a player that plays a six-man position the six year and that's where the question lie that's really that's where it lies and that's how a lot of teams genes we're looking at it. Am i willing to give my six men and mix ex contract and there there are moments there are will be offseason worth the. The market will will permit that. Yes i i can give my six men amass contract but the way the market was service off season and from this from the following the season the market did not permit for six men the sixth man to receive a max contract which is why schroeder didn't receive that max contract. He was expecting now. Granted his agent should have known mortgage reading. The market should have known that. However when like i said when you're in the process of bettering yourself putting yourself on a path it's going to separate you from everyone and put you on a patchwork greatness you have to take johnson herself and user chance that you have to take by the end of the day you you. You have a sense of peace and comfort knowing that you took your destiny into your own hands. You need to not allow someone else. Sakarov you to hold down to tie you bag and prevent you from taking big chances on yourself at least in. This moment now shorter knows that he bet on himself and he'd so kissed destiny in his career into his own hands in. He can rest easy knowing that now. Did he get the outcome that he wanted or was he was expecting. No he did it. But there's beauty in knowing that if you fail time and time and time and time again you will get another opportunity. There's another chance to recoup to redeem herself in. This is what this season will be. Finish your chance to recoup a chance to redeem a chance to bell himself again and we have understand. Shooter has made over one hundred million dollars over the course of his career. He is afford himself ability to bounce himself. So when you when you build up enough equity when you build up enough work within yourself within your craft to now put yourself in a situation where you can better himself. You have to do that because if you don't you wasted all the time you spent building that equity building up your craft. You wasted all that tom for knock on to bettering yourself every knockin ticket chance. You're wasting your time. So i guarantee you if i put if you put Tests and ask him if if he would change anything from his past off season in terms of Eighty million dollar contract. He would say no. I promise that he would say no. You would not change a single thing and no player would know no individual with that growth mindset with the minds of one to be the best player they can be am betting on himself and putting themselves in a winning situation. Every single player is going to take that opportunity to take that chance but they know the alcohol guarantee that they know the outcome sure knew what to happen if he didn't have if it wasn't given a as contract and i'm not you i promise we did but that's chances you take. That's the chance that successful people have to take in life on this path wife. you're going to hit roadblocks. you're going to have stumbles. You're going to fail it's inevitable but it's not about how many times you fail. How many times you see is behind you respond. How do you respond to your failure. How do you fix those issues. That's how you that's how you're measured. That's how you're judged how you respond to your failure. That's will make sure a great individual nine your successes but how you respond how you carry yourself in that adversity. So i congratulate dennis shooter for taking that chance on himself for putting himself in advantageous situations for betting himself one hundred percent of the time. Because that's what you need to do in this life but the beauty in life and the beauty in the most is that he can grant as many opportunities in. It's never too late and speaking of never being too late. I want to talk about a couple of other players that are ringing the bell for the last go round in their nba career. So guys stick around. We got a lot more talk about a knock on miss it doc. Everybody welcome back the final segment of our show man. We have covered such a myriad of topics today guys from trades to player development how to be efficient as as a guard at any level to always betting on yourself in in the the beauty of the game. You know we can cover it from a business perspective aids. A skill set perspective in excellent Protective also an introspective level. And that's the beauty of basketball on sports. In general like i said previously sports is such a great analogy analogy for life in there so many concepts and tennis translate over from the game to life that can be applicable in. That's the beauty when you start to look at sports not just face value but on on a three-dimensional level you can see the importance of and what sort of impact have on individuals. Life can teach you that matter. What phase of life. You're in never too late to grow in excel into expound upon yourself. Speaking of never being too late. I want to close out the segment with that topic. So often we go out go through life thinking that our life is broken into into phases which it is but so often we live a compared lifestyle and we believe that we have to accomplish. A certain number of things at a certain time was just isn't the case at all. We have to remember that. We go at our own pace our own individual pace. We can't compare where at in our lives to anywhere else because our road are journal is unlike england houses in. That's the dangerous social media. We is such if causes to think comparatively move comparatively. But when you start to think comparatively you're taking away from yourself. You're taking away from energy that can be put into your goals into your drains into aspirations. Assess why it's so important to not think comparatively think singularly in have a tunnel vision. You know in terms of moving forward in accomplishing the goals in your life supports remember. It's never too late. Never too late to accomplish what she wanted in life. As long as you're always having a drive in a winning mentality and aware thought that you can accomplish anything that you want in life at some cliche but it's never too late. It is never too late to get to where you want to get to live. Life was journeyman is not is not this singular destination in our goals. Aspiration can change over over the course of our life and that's totally. Okay wanna use these two example as the backdrop for that concept So during the during this twenty twenty one summer summer league we have to veterans. That are playing in summer league. An incan afridi michael beasley and for those. That don't know the summer league is a great time for player routines organizations to scout young prospects guys. They're the draft picks in guys are thinking about potentially signs for to their training camp roster so so typically you see guys that are no older than their mid twenties playing because typically for the younger guys but as an opportunity for anyone. That's looking for rosser spot. Playing right in both candidate for read and michael beezer. Both in their thirties early thirties. I'll say in these are nba. Veterans proven mb veterans proven nba players. Michael beasley former number two overall pick in kennedy. Farid is played on the fiba championship in two thousand. Fourteen won the gold with team. Usa so these are proven players They have numerous into exuberant experience. But have just i just fall out of the league for various reasons i mean. Most recently michael beasley played in the league during the twenty eighth eighteen twenty nineteen season but the last full season did michael beasley played in was Was during twenty seventeen to eighteen season in which he averaged. Thirteen points six rebounds on fifty percent shooting in forty percent from the three in as with the knicks. As we know they'll have played. It was with a was with la during the bronze first year but he didn't play the entire season in can read. His last full season was during the twenty eighteen. Twenty nineteen season with houston we average thirteen points and eight rebounds in twenty five games but for cure average can read Average double double points in ten rebounds while michael beasley averaged fifteen points than six pounds on his career and by citizens. These are proven talented players. As kim free was known for his athleticism in his high motor while playing in denver. Michael beasley as as you guys know coming out at kansas state known for his ability to stretch the floor in his foot work in the low post and having soft touch around the glass and scoring ability. And he started out. Miami play well played at minnesota's sacramento La clippers play with the lakers as previously stated played in phoenix as well So he's he's played in you know he's bounced around quite a bit but guys that have proven that thing is still perform at a high level and we look at how their performance during the summer league no beazley's averaging nine points while cancer read is averaging six points and eight rebounds so you're having a high output and productivity and can they be beneficial in and support and produce on an mba roster. I believe so. Is it portland. Their means to be seen. No no portland now. Has roughly loss komo anthony and they could use a low pull presence in the low post scoring option to complement may lillard and season mccollum. I do believe that one of these guys will assign to portland's roster and that if one not portland both of these guys will be planning on ebay roster As some point based on what. I've seen during the summer league of say have you know have shown high productivity in short timeframe but it just goes to show that no matter. What point fe jordan. Life's never too late. Never played to keep trying and shooting goals and getting into life. These guys could easily said that. They're done and they wanna hang it up and they're they're satisfied with their career but it goes show this never too late if he ever drive in the passion and you felt your purpose is calling this then you have to go chase it. No matter what point life the drink that's gonna bring you satisfaction. Could you'll stay up every night. Wishing would've chase after your dream so you have to go out there and chase it no matter circumstance by just wanted to sell light on that show you how these two young men are just being streaming productive in katina chase after the amount of circumstance no matter point lights at the in size once allied on that. But guys that's always have on the show for its day in once again. Thank you. I thank you guys so much for blessing with this platform. Allow to speak guys. Talk to you about this wonderful new basketball Thank you for tuning into gmc basketball. Podcast show brought to you by the gmc. Podcast network. guys. I'll be back in with the guys later on during the week to talk more basketball. It's more sporting news and guys Continues to save be vigilant make smart decisions and give shout on social media. Facebook twitter instagram If you like what you hear legal review. Leave a comment anc consistency. Say safe and next guys piece. 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#086 | GEORGE PEREZ | UNCLE JOEY'S JOINT with JOEY DIAZ

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#086 | GEORGE PEREZ | UNCLE JOEY'S JOINT with JOEY DIAZ

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That's not gonna happen ever again. I got a lot of emails from a lot of young comics. Asking me to comedy coach. Shit that i can't. I can't fuck in judge immaterial. That's not what i do. i never. I've never jumped in on somebody and said hey the material look at my material it sucked. I did it on presence. And i was a good storyteller and i'd good presence but as a writer. I'm not bill. Burr borough melania those guys. But i could just give you rules. Like i do on him. That's just fucking fine. Today we have a guest on wednesdays. I always have zoom. But we'll do that later. You know i'll talk to you about what's going on and whatnot. I'm feeling good. Mitee feel better The stitches i spit on my last ditch. Last night i went to watch jimmy son play basketball on the way out of the park. I felt something in my mouth. I'm like what the fuck is that. I took it out. It was a fuck stitch with blood on whatever fuck it i just spit it out of my mouth. The birds eaten right now. Some shit that's usually happens. I piece of gum out the fucking window about a week ago. I come back our lady. Bird was fucking eating the gum bouncing around the nicotine gum. He didn't know that that fucking nicotine. Oh fuck bird up but anyway. Today we talk about comedy again. Nice comedian one of my tight friends. Joyce peres that you guys love. He's got great fucking podcast. I'm gonna do it in a couple of weeks but we covered a lot of comedy shit on here today. You know. And i gotta tell you a story real quick. When i was doing comedy about three years ninety five that put me at about three and a half years january of ninety five. I was doing comedy. And i was doing great. I was in colorado. I was in boulder. And i was doing i had about twenty minutes twenty two minutes. He now and i went up every night when i was in boulder. The comedy scene was fair to midland. I mean Monday nights you had like some fucking room the outback it was. It's not the same outback. You guys think this back bar. That was australian. Also but and it was like a recording room that satellite twenty people. That was my monday night. Tuesday night was the comedy works. Jimmy beta had a room onto million on tuesday night. If you didn't get the comedy works open mic ones. That night was club. Fifty two in commerce city thursday night was thereto in fucking englewood or wherever the fuck. It is I forget what part of denver is where they did littleton it. I think it's out there by john. Elway fucking bill. And then friday. And saturday i would guess parts of either the comedy club or i would deliver chinese food or whatever the fuck. I was doing on fridays and saturdays. Because you know a lot of you can't call the same club for guest spots every week but tuesday wednesday nights at club fifty two buck wild they gave you. I think it was twenty five cash and a steak a fucking delicious steak so we go early and i would leave there and go to the italian restaurant. I told you guys about church with the elvis impersonator. That was a big fat elvis impersonator. He looks nothing like elvis but he was an impersonator in vegas. They cash them out and he like twenty years or something. I don't know what hotel and the opened up a little italian restaurant and he would do alvis with the belt and then he'd give out food. It was a fucking nightmare. But i did it. It was part of the fucking game. But while i'm going back to one that i was at club just approved you motherfuckers. I wasn't taking shit. When i was an open mike at this club. And i'm meeting my fucking steak. And i forget who i know who the headliner was. I still see his face. I can't remember his name. And i get there and he was headlining. We were both eating. I was doing like fifteen minutes. That was some other comics day. Eaten and we're watching the comedy show that had to be twenty people in the audience may be to these dudes. Were sitting there on the table like this one and they were flicking big caps at the comedians. You could see like wasn't lit. The room there was just a light on the comic on stage and you could see him ducking from the fucking bottlecaps. I'm like these motherfuckers. They look kinda tough and shit. So i was like you know what i'm not gonna say nothing to. I'm just gonna say someone get on stage. I don't know maybe four or five comics went up. They kept flicking. Be a caps adam. The whole deal. I go up there. I get grabbed the mic. And i go listen the first big cap i see. I'm not fucking with you. Motherfuckers didn't even stop the words even come out of my mouth and a big cup flew through my fucking head. I mean these guys were not playing. I go fuck you motherfuckers. You bunch of cock sucker. What i wanted to do is i wasn't going to go to them. I wanted them to come to me. And one of the guys actually got up. And you're tough guy fucking beat the fuck all come up here and say that before he could hit the says it was a portable microphone and shit that was on the thing i fucked and picked up the stand and i just bolted them on the fucking head with the microphone. The microphone broke the batteries everywhere. Shit he was holding onto his his buddy got up and ran out. I just got off. The stage picked up my steak and got in the car. Like the cops are coming and i took off about a year later two years later. I'm at harvey's comedy club in portland and the headline is there. And he comes up to me goes. You're opening up time. i go. Yeah he goes. Just don't hit. Nobody with the mic on the head and i was like fine. Fuck nobile hit and that was my classic story. I didn't take shit as a puck and stand up comic as an open. Mike or you have to lay the fucking rules down. And i'll tell you what after. I hit that kid in the head with the microphone. Nobody fucked me in denver again. The word got the fuck out. So don't worry about nothing. Don't let nobody fuck with you if you're a comic. I told guys on monday that nobody could shut you down only yourself. Nobody not rogan. Not chapelle not fuck it. We'll mitzi shows dead. I don't feel so good myself. Nobody could fucking shut you down so keep doing what you're doing and watch the podcast. Now drop calmly tips on you from time to time. Not the best fucking comic in the world. But i'll tell you what i did do. I didn't make it work for me. I don't know how. I don't know what the fuck happened. But eventually i'll make it work for you cock suckers anyway. Today's guest is my main man. Mr george perez. I've known george since a long time. We did a comedy. Latino thing for showtime together We fat each other. we had each other's back. I miss him with all my heart. You know But we're still tight and that's all that matters. We were a great team on the road. Used to take him on the road with me. And i miss him so now. Enjoy george perez. I'll be back after the fucking show comes. Oh shit what's up. Rose sapping my brother. How are you today on a beautiful fucking wednesday morning good. I'm good man. i'm good. I like that shirt. thank you brother. Says fuck rodney. That's a good album. That's a good fucking now. You've got some good albums there on the wall fucking wanted dead or alive the pri- behind i don't even want to say 'cause people get pissed you got my fucking back there. That's a nightmare like it. I remember when i do too. I don't wanna remember was fucking horrible. I bombed the first show. I had a change the set around a fuck. I'm not good with specials george. I'm just not a good special comic on the pressure. I'm only going i'm live. Fuck that shit feel you. What's up buddy. Much manch cast it. Last night shield. You know it's weird not having my dog around. I'm sorry by your dog. It's a fucking nightmare but give it a breath and then you'll get another one now. I'm not going get no more. That's it you're done done yet. My daughter wants to get a dog. Yeah i gotta wait for the cats to die. And then i'll get a fucking dog so i got the yard and everything but you gotta be careful with dogs because they got to texts from the fucking deer and shit and dizzy and that's fucking it. How's it work. How's california treating you good man to strip clubs good but You know the comedy store. They wanted like a full background. Check now motherfucker. Now they're checking the bar code on everything now. So what's the bar code. It's on the on the on the fucking vaccination on the vaccinations. That card looks bogus. But the codes are put in computer in your phone number and your email and your birthday okay. So and you haven't gotten vaccinated get l. No but i got the card. Okay yeah that's the way. It is fucking. Don't let a lotta people know they'll give you a fucking felony. That's the last thing. Can you imagine gonna fuck and having a felony because you use the fucking covert card. They give you like three years because they want to make an example and shit and you're in jail we cove it. That's shit is running through prison. It ain't was running through the prisons. That's why they not glad. It does motherfuckers i but you know what they were sharing. If you had kobe you were supposed to give it to the whole dorm. So people can people had kober. Get a release early. Damn what fucking scam. You can see on coughing. His face a dog. I seem videos refusal at our couva drinking at each eight offers. All get it get it. You can go home no shit. How many people they release in california released like thirty thousand god damn. That's a lot of criminals walking around. Doug yeah but it was like you know drug charges. Nothing major you know. Can you imagine being locked up. Covert now. I would've fuck it. I don't know fucked up. It is to be locked up now. I've stayed out of that fucking hold for thirty years. I can't imagine going prisoners night now. No smoking fuck just. It's night you know you did it. We did already. We got a lot of the fucking way. I'm happy. I got it out of the way it never going to happen again can never get fucking locked up again dog. That was that's fucked up when they take away your freedom that is fucked up man. People have no idea how fucked up is when a man wakes you up and kicks your bed but you gotta sit up for county membership down away from going to work out quite fuck. That eight counts of fucking day. They come in and move your sheet at night to make sure it's you that you have an escape. 'cause i was at a camp. I ended up at a camp. You know i went through the fucking diagne. I was thinking about diagnostic. The other day. I had to go for a blood test and i might dog. I'm gonna faint in this fucking thing. They had us like an a little pod. I'm gonna faint and they're gonna fuck me in the ass these motherfuckers. I was petrified and dog. Usually tell the lady when she's taken our blood to be a little careful. Because i i didn't say nothing away. I sat down with one of those fucking school chairs. That's i put my little fucking fag yawn mountainous shit. I looked at way. I was trying to make believe i was hard and shit. I'm again. I'm going to do this and fucking she shot me. George took blood out and uncle. Joey didn't faint. I walked in that fucking thing with a stroll to me and shit like what bitches say something later on. I went to my room and i'm like i'm straight. I put my arm down like oh let me see what happened. Took the piece of cotton off. There was a piece of little data blood. I faint that in my fuck and sell duck down the bad habit. I woke up twenty minutes later with a lump on my shit. Fuck in walking around with ice to fucking nightmare when you try to be harding ain't doug it's a fucking nightmare. My diagnostics was different we're at war with. The prison was at war with each other so they made us sit in these fucking cages like inmate because no one was allowed to wait in the doctor's office 'cause fuller fighting right there and we were just waiting in those fucking cages Bakersfield fucking freezing at six in the morning dot. You're sitting there waiting funded honestly there. I was worried because i was a lot of chicks. Back than you'll find out if you got aids today like i was worried ever let your they do every tests analysis magic johnson and everything. At that time. I was like damn dog. I'm gonna own the dodgers a. It's crazy how when i got locked up. It was eighty seven. Eighty eight eighty eight and i got locked up and coming on the anniversary. Now august fifteenth of eighty eight. And when i got locked up. Hiv was huge. Oh yeah so. The prisons had a building hiv wing. And we jail. I was that was on the construction. But when i got camp george west and golden already had an aids unit. George you see this fucking thing. Stay a steady art appliances. They didn't want these motherfuckers in the kitchen and nothing now they had their own setup state of the art the fucking bad a tv in that big screen tv already in eighty eight. I remember going in there watching the dodgers so we would hang out at the unit. My headquarters was the aids unit. That's why took book. That's why i brought my food. That's why did everything was the hiv unit. They only housed five people and they only had three people in the room. Wow so they will like nobody talks to us because they treat is like fucking. We'll let us so when i got there. The one black dude was tremendous and he's like come on over to say. Hello whenever you want. I wanna over at one time. I didn't leave leave you got hiv. I don't give a fuck. I'd rather be in here with you. Guys out wake up and shoot over there. Those guys had everything. They would have huge parties on football sundays. 'cause they were all into football food tacos fuck around those haas tacos fucked and good people would bring in popeye's fried chicken. The brothers would always bring in popeye's fried chicken on sunday's we'd watch football and marry with children and you know you watch america's most wanted in jail. That's the favorite show that and cops. They love all that shit. They will sit there and clap for the criminals and shit and fuck and tell their stories wanna blast. It is people have no idea. Sometimes you have a good time in jail had a good time dog. I kind of miss a man. Like sometimes i'll get like little messages here and there for people. I was locked up with on my instagram facebook. Is you know like they can only trigger memories that we've gone through there and they're just like yoga. We were locked up. We were dorm three old seven. I used to stay right there by the shower. We used to hide the thing by the. And i'll say oh shit and i do miss it. I just like you said dog is just a man telling you what to do. Fox me up now. That fucks me up now. I enjoyed it. Listen i i knew. I wasn't going to escape. I knew i wasn't gonna leave. Because i had a friend that told me goes fuck that i gotta hertz rent a car that you could be a manager trainee at like el salvador or some shit. They wanted me to go back south. American and i thought about it. I thought about fucking running and not doing the time but you know what then you have that shit under one day when you do get your life together you gotta go to the hospital with your kid. They run a background check and they you are and now you got to do that. Thirty fucking years still plus the escape plus all that so i was like you know what i'm just gonna go in there do my time and make the best of my fucking time and that's exactly what i did. I got into running. I got into book into booking fuck and football games. Became jet house attorney. I help people with their appeals. And shit i took the test you know. I made the best of it so but i knew i never wanted to go back george. Now now joey. Were you your healthiest when you are. I imagine you dog like rebuild. The eighty eight. yes. I got in shape. I knew that you know in the back of my mind. I'm like i'm going to beat this dame but in my head. I ain't that stupid because they told me. There's no way you're not going to do something. They caught you at a machine gun. That's a lot of shit could have happened with the machine gun. So we're gonna give you something. So yeah i was hoping that maybe you know god would hear the story of saint francis of assist. He got fucking. He got fucking You know they set him up. He was innocent. Then he went to court and the window was opened in the note blue in that said he was innocent or some shit. You know i was like maybe this will happen for me. The story of saint francis but in reality. I was getting ready dog. I was hitting the bag. I was riding. My bike was swimming. I was running. I was you know you never know so. I was just getting ready. They had awaits are back in your big weights. Our i locked up. You guys had waits and waits. We had a punching bag to had a little laundry room with weights and then they had card game. That's what the brothers play cards in the laundry room. That was just a little weightlifting. There and i would eat breakfast and shooter jim. You had to sign up. So i like a nine thirty window. You had a half hour at the gym so it was okay. I hung out with a crip and became friends with decrypt. That was fucking dynamite. I saw what happened on a crip. He was fucking filthy rich filthy rich. He was younger than me. If our twenty-five he was twenty three he had seven cause and seven girlfriends each of them had one of those cars and all at one of his kids he made. Sure you gotta call. You gotta suck dick and had my kid. He had seven eight nine kids and he had his main woman that had two kids or three kids then the rest of them wall side pieces. Yeah so all the side pieces were come. See him on. Saturday and his main woman would come on sunday and they would bring tons of food especially not about us. Yeah those are the arabia. He buzz on sunday night. Watching america's most wanted what and the hiv unit. What we get green chili Burritos a shit with mashed potatoes. It was on dog. It was really a lot of and i know people are gonna watch. This guy was prison fun. It was fun for me. it was fun. I didn't get higher. man now. Mean either fused together now. i didn't do coke. i didn't smoke weed. I did acid. Because i couldn't test for acid so ass. It was running rampant net motherfucker me and the fucking librarian the black grip and another white dude. You get fucked up and sit on the park bench and the guy would see then. He pissed us the next day. If a guard sees you out late fucking around they piss you the next day so my number will come up going in his all happy and shit. You ain't gonna get made because they said they had to require a special test. Acid fuck knows man. Now dog i i remember where i was asked like it. See when i'm locked up everything's band. There's no cigarettes you go people. Now arnold schwarzenegger took that shit. I even took sugar shit out. You can only buy like can be bought. Couldn't buy that from the yet to get it from package saw. I remember once we were bored. Joey you know when you're bored. It's you and your boys and i was living in a dorm at this time because my points dropped out good behavior. They're like all right will you don't live in a sale or more. You can go hang out with other inmates and this is the first and only time dog. You know those plastic schools the sports mother fucker liquid in there and he was just like looked. All we called. This guy lethal might. What's that guy lead those terro- in something else all. You gotta do a snored. It and i guarantee you troubles are going to be gone for today. now's Fuck me half doc. I don't i'll never feel like that again man. It was like ten blunts to the face in one. hit a death star the fucking blackout brownie. I remember just kicking a dog and then like dallas. When i told myself shit could happen you today full. Don't ever do this shit again. You fucked up always fought. They wouldn't even let me go. Eat there like yoda. We're gonna bring food back to you. Stay in his bed. I've never had kind of that shit in my system. I did some brown tar in some brown with the mexicans they fucking took a dropper and put it in my nose. I'm not gonna lie. I didn't get hired all. I didn't feel it was a waste of fucking heroin but i was so bored one day. They were like we got some fucking black tie. You don't have to shoot it. You could just drop it in your nose. Gimme a fucking drop. Then there was crazy. White dude from philadelphia name was john. Clark i'll never forget this dude. He had like a reputation. You know those dudes when they land in jail like they've been he did like twenty years. Yeah i call him the last in six months of his sentence and he hated. Everybody had a big fucking picture headline his chest. This dude hated blacks whites spanish. He didn't give a fuck but me and him hit it off so his girlfriend would come in on sundays. Make out with him and spit a fucking balloon his mouth which speeding and fucking sunday would never see him. But i'd see a monday afternoon. It asked me you want line. And i'd say fuck yet 'cause they couldn't test you for crank either so i do a line at speed with him and i'd be losing my mind and monday nights. We play basketball dog. You should have seen me. I was like robbie fucked benson and one on one when they got him all fucked up. I don't know if you've ever seen one on one. That's an old school basketball movie. Seventy seven with Bob benson with the little cute little white dude. He went to college and they fucked them up and shit but he got fucked up during a game of practice. They gave them like reefa and he's putting the ball behind his back. That was me on the speed that night. I'm double ball behind my back. I was fucked up. You go up in the air. And i'm like holy shit i'm not gonna come down. That's how fucked up fucking high would be. And then i just stopped. I'm like i'm not doing no more speed. No more basketball. I'm not doing that. Should know more jumping up. And i don't think i'm gonna come down. That's fucking crazy older. You joy when you were locked up twenty five sentence when i was twenty five nice and young right there to get you in the system estate yes. I have no regrets. Yeah i have no regrets. It may me at least realize that. The life i was living when you go to prison and you come out now. How many times did you get locked up twice a once. I've been to prison once. I've been in that county fighting cases like five six times like the first time i fought a case was a gun charge at in the i remember the. Da was just like look man this they dropped on me. It was like ninety three misdemeanor california. And they're like just fucking let it go and then yeah. The county sucks do you guys. Don't have the county out there in colorado right. Yeah we had counties jefferson county bowl the county jail shit like that. Yeah it was cool. They had it down over there. But it's crazy. How when when you got locked up when you came out you knew you weren't going back in nine. I didn't know that yet. I did not know yet because it was your diet. I don't know if you heard the story but you're the you're the first person to give me on stage after i got out of prison. 'cause i was kinda like i don't even know if i wanted to comedy shit. You know what. I mean in like now man never wanted to go fucking my sorry. My mind just flipped to reflecting. Did i was locked up with yet happens. It'd have i get caught up sometimes man because they were like your home. We don't want you back here. Represent us out there. George your fucking funny. Your homie. Show the world our funny remember. Those faces are is a shame for me to be there. They were ashamed of me. Like what the folks wrong with you. You watch your showtime special in prison. That's fucking crazy because that came out after you got locked up right god. I was in bakersfield a you guys. Were doing a show in bakersfield. Reliant yeah we turn the tv on. Is you in wasco. They give you like a day wrote tv. You can see the corner that little little Window they have on your cell that little door Like a pussy strike her. And i just remember looking shit in. That's what it said in on like in my head. I was really going to a dog. This is how childish was at the time in my head. I was going like you know. What dog i think these fools are gonna come. Bail me out for one day. Go tell jokes the private. Let me back in. What a dumb ass probably happens. Listen i felt shitty. When i got out but now i hold that prison sentence like dear to my heart. It's like a metal apron because without that fucking metal. I would have never ended up here. It was an i listen. I knew prison was in the college when you throw enough spaghetti against the wall. It's gonna stick. And i was doing a crime every fucking day every day. I did a felony something a misdemeanor. I did something i cry. j. Walked i did something when you do something every day. Eventually so i knew. I knew when i was like twenty three and i would have police. Contact go someday. This is going to get more serious. And i didn't know if i was going to be thirty. Three forty three or fifty three. So i'm happy it happened. I was twenty three when i was twenty. Four i got pinched for the kidnapping twenty four and i did the time kidnapper. I know a kidnap. They're older and they get younger people. You're younger person kidnapped the older person. That's crazy who is a fucking bad day already can honestly like you throw him. Fuck in the trump george when you're doing a crime fucking thanking you know i'd done thousand crimes and as you're doing it you know what the fuck you're doing okay. You know what you're doing you know that it's bad you pray for the best with data day with me. It's funny because i went to the dentist last week. And they gave me guess. I asked for the gas and the doctor asked him was the last time you got gas. They put like a little pig nose with two little things in in your nose and didn't really fucking work that good but the last time i did gas. Was the dad kidnapped. Can't vote share november seventeenth november. Eighteenth nineteen eighty-seven. I went to the dentist nine the morning. I still got the fucking the silver in the cavity philly fucking good. The cap is still got. Those people that said silva sub. Spoke you. that motherfuckers in there. That tooth is never heard again. They'd never had a door root canal on it. Nothing so. I got gas that morning and then that afternoon. I can't blame the gas you know. I could have probably got off but i was like i say nothing because i did it. I did it. If i get another excuse alma do it again. I'm going to keep doing this after they arrested me. I gotta be honest with you. I was happy. I was happy that it came to an end. Like at karma was going to change so they would give me probation. Ninety day work release. I would have learned my lesson. I just knew. I never wanted to be in those fought in in that fucking sal again. I just knew it. But i knew that that was gonna happen to me. I'm not gonna sit here and tell you that. I didn't know i was going to go to prison. I knew i wasn't a go. I quit high school. I didn't have a diploma once. You ain't got a diploma. You're on the fast track to prison. Ain't got a ged. Yeah you ain't got a high school diploma you're on the fast track or need is a knuckle tattoo or you need is like a tattoo on your neck or one year knuckles and your official. Yeah that's it your official they. They're gonna throw you in jail eventually. That comes at the fucking program. So when i got when they told me i was going to press. Yeah i was a little upset but not really george. I knew was coming as long as you know. It's coming and you know the day is going to. You know i was okay with it and i'm proud that i did my time. I'm proud that i went up in front of that. Judge and didn't leave didn't talk. People were saying leave. Leave the country. Come back in twenty years. You know what man. I wanted my life to move forward and i want to you know i wanted to go somewhere. I always wanted my life to go somewhere. i did. Thirty is a comic. But i really took me thirty years to become a man. George comedy got me to the spot. Today where i am all that comedy and dealing with people you know when you when you jump into comedy you gotta work hard you know. I was talking about pete. Rose's morning how. I patterned my comedy career after charlie hustle right up. You know you gotta hustle. That word in the seventies was huge. They even wrote a song about it. Do to hustle. It was huge. That song that word was huge in the seventies early eighties. It's not used anymore. Assulin parceling hustling a fucking thing that you put in your soul and you'll never miss a meal air. It will never miss a meal who guy was. Immigrants emigrants immigrants fossil dog. You gotta hustle. Because if you don't hustle so with comedy anything i did. I added that hospital but that hustle was built in the seventies. This country was huge. That word was huge in the seventies. You don't hear it no more now. It's getting hustled. Yeah now nobody hustles no more. And it's a very easy concept to add to your life. It means that you ain't stopped and when you have to like. I remember talking to dahmer moreira one day. We're talking to my basketball when you play basketball. And you're you're serious basketball does know sitting on the couch. There's no fucking sitting around. Because you gotta think. Mike is the guy that i'm going up against the other guard that i'm trying to start. What is he doing as he fucking practicing. Maybe maybe not. I mean i gotta go practice. And that's the hassle. The hustle never fucking stops. You know it's not the big things that you do. It's the little things. So i'm just trying to bring hustling back. I want these fucking young kids to get hustle back in their vocabulary. A remember when. I remember when i first got out of prison i fuck. It had five rooms a week. I had the sunset room on tuesday. I had cost a latina or wednesday. At roscoe's fucking thursday is doing a ghetto. Hotel montebello you don't. Dan hit me up incumbent. Dan hit me up. He's coming to new york. Oh shit yeah niebuhr. Danny birt hit me up. He's coming to new york. I hit him back and he was like dog. I didn't think you're gonna hit me back. How many fucking sandwiches. You give me the take home on wednesday fucking night when somebody gives me a sandwich. I never forget about you. Those fucking triple decker sandwiches. He would give me for the way home. You give me a little weed. By the time i hit the five i had eight one of those fucking sandwiches. How big was i. Stop it fucking King taco addicted to mexican rooms. Doug i love mexican rooms. Because i knew on the way back i was going to king toddler and i had definitely have forty dollars a you. Gimme forty philippa or give me forty and win san juan. Give me forty. Everybody gave you forty fly. We'll give you forty so you two spots at night willie by senate. We'll give you fifty. How people have no idea how much how grateful i am to all those mexican rooms. They have no idea. That's how i cut my teeth. Challenge me this shit dog. I fucking love that. Monday night room. You had that start at eleven fucking wings and shit and the check the pretty check that work that i never talked to words too. I was always embarrassed to talk to. She was beautiful. Tuesday's kosslick tina. I remember still. Oh my god. I remember going in the backyard there. They had a little door in the back and edwin. San juan had a fucking glass pipe in his arm and he took the pipe out of this fucking jacket. Was this fucking big. the pipe. how you've had that in your arm off fucking night and we would just puff fucking twenty fucking joints rodrigo you me edwin felipe pay fly. Jeff garcia i mean. It was a chapel. Oh shit ivan. Oh yeah ivan. These rules like a lot of people. You know a lot of mexican fans they know the underground shit like a was air room of danny's downing that gabri. Let's just wilbert senator to holes. It was a bro tuesday nights it turned into a denny's oh you're right it turned into a denny's it was something else dog. I went down at one tuesday night like the first time. Willie book me down there in. Where was it was a downey downey. And it was a cuban neighborhood only. He's got like a little cuban neighborhood to it. Could you tell because that's where all the cuban restaurants are down. There's a big population of cubans downey coop. People had rooms in downey willie had one and another guy had one. I forget who was the kid who had one but willies room. The first time. I went down there one on stage. I did that shit with my jaw by doing coke and dog. Every time i went down there some guy gave me a block of code. Go down every tuesday whether he gave me forty or not. I go down there for guests. It i knew. I was getting a chunk of fucking coke from that fucking cuban dude. It was some fucking cuban dude but till this day your boy. Gabriel had the bicycle casino when he first started. Gabriel glasses. pay thirty five bucks at the bicycle casino on thursday night. You had to drive back on friday and get paid right. I don't know it was a fucking nightmare. You had to drive down. Friday at three o'clock to get a fucking paycheck. You know what all that traffic and shit. Gabriel used to book that. When i got there and other boy gilbert room in long beach that had a taco truck outside fifty cents a taco and the tacos will world class. I still bring my coke dealer with me that gig. 'cause i oughta money he's like i'm going with you. I'm collecting tonight cock suck. I have like three gigs. Fifty a piece. And what's the show. What's the room. We used to doing universal monday nights. John love it's the conga room day. You go that was ernie. Jeez wow wow i. When i went down the night before i left the longest yard and i had not a dime. An ernie gamy forty bucks. Greg jeff garcia gave me like twenty five bucks. And i think somebody gave me a half a pack of cigarettes when i left with a longest yard. That's why i got the cash from from those people. What about wild. Coyote member that police assign a fucking voucher shit trying to get tremendous tremendous while coyotes name was oscar oscar. Yup now he runs the hotel the street from the beach. Laugh factory really. Yeah the factory right across the street. Has tom me back when i used to do. All coke gotta go outside. Hide smoke cigarettes. Then i seen them. nobody could imagine. That's why i'm very grateful to you. Felli bay even dude who the room and the chinese town. What's the chinese town where they have all those fucking things that people sit down member. We used to have a chinese restaurant. That was mobbed up by the monday night room that you had only yeah with the restaurant. The restaurant they'd be playing cards in there. I'm in my one in their one. Nine the way to look to me was like nah. We don't serve white people. It was by the kfc on us the ender yet by the kfc in the donut shop. The donut shop was across amid. It had some bad ass fucking donuts. That room you start. Eleven o'clock dog mondays. I still remember driving back to go. What the fuck was that tuna fucking morning on a monday. We would start at the laugh. Factory the comedy store night. Shoot to you out. There was a really fucking spot. Fuck gaffe fifty bucks fifty bucks fifty bucks back. Let me tell you something. I didn't know how much money i was making till they took it away from me. What do you mean i was doing. All those rooms from nineteen ninety-seven. The mexicans opened up their hearts to me from rudy. Moreno at the brave bull to sebastian tina rape goal the brave bull. I mean all those fucking open their hearts to me in two thousand seven. The economy flipped member. Everything washed out thousand seven. Two thousand eight. We were doing acting class behind my building. In hollywood me pay silent bob edwin. We were all getting together. Tuesdays at eleven. We'd stay there till one. And then we go to the wheat store on sunset and the guy would make edibles. He was a baker and he would make like fucking apple pie. And all this shit. So i remember in two thousand eight. My wife asked me once. She goes where's the money. Go what money. Because i was living off residuals and a little bit of the road joe rogan. And she's like usually have money during the week because all those rooms went down. I got locked up. You got locked up. That's what it was. All those rooms went down so my income. You know those those rooms were making you an extra eight hundred a week. Because i was doing and we were up north that a mexican room. Naught that they were booking we had we had a lot of fucking work and it shut down so that cash. We missed that. Cash those fifties and those forties hundreds. Yeah they add up. It's gassing your car for the next morning it's you know they had that money ad added up. I never knew. Because i was always doing coke so i was always broke but once i quit doing coke. Those rooms were fucking pay my bills. I'm like all these fucking money. I got dog in those days. I would check my bank account. I would always be at eighteen dollars. Sixteen dollars every once in a while twenty dollars and i can take a twenty. I'm by of wheat from the fucking wheat store. Grandma a weed or something. But i never had over twenty bucks in that fucking account. Once i stopped doing coke those mexican rooms. I had six seven hundred mike count. I'd be walking around like what looking. Joey was six hundred in his fucking account. All right with the new leather jack with a new leather jacket and shit but yeah after those rooms went it left us out in the fucking cold. We didn't really know how much money we were making. Yeah i remember You remember the first time we make. It was like an underground room. It was apertures in the city garden grove off of harbor in chap me who used to run their own. Rick martinez yes. That's the room where he fucking tape me the week before and people come up to me going. Do you have a dvd. And he goes. I got your dvd. What he taped me at his show the week before without telling me he was a sneaky. Dude rick martinez. God bless him. No i don't know way. Is he disappeared. He was fucking a new chick every week with a bmw deng now. He was getting here what he really fucking was. And you know what dog yea he was little overbearing but he had the gift of hustle that dude. He had a room one time which samoans and they threw a knife. Darren carter was stage valley with the light and a knife went flying right past them and they hit the door and darren carter looked at the fucking thing and he like melted. They threw a knife adam down their dog. It went right past them and hit the wall and it stayed in the wall like rambo and rambo fucking too when he chapter fucking vietnamese heads off doug. They just drew it. Adam does listen when you get a knife thrown at you in a comedy room. Then that means don't go back like don't ever go back there. And i think i went back there. Mike what what about the room that you had when we got there. That shot the doorman the night before and there was a bunch of mexican candles in front of shit. They shot the guy the night before. We're doing comedy the next night. What was the name of that ocean solutions. You're right oceans. I was dead one night when no he's always remark randy. That's right. i was there one night when no he's wife just got the jail issue came in with the fucking with with the wristband. And she's like yeah. Lend me twenty bucks. Leonard twenty bucks. Buy coke who's got the coq and she's like i'll get your coke if you let me twenty bucks. I just got out of county jail. I been doing ninety days. Fucking new. nowy throw throw me in jail or something. They thought she was brought up. Bitch was crazy dog. i. I'm being la hoya with him. I was the headline me and marilyn my pena's would call headline and knowing would open up for us so neuwied sleep in a couch in la hoya him and that girl will get fucked up and i'm not i want. I will open up that thing. We had a bathroom in the main bathroom in the main big room. I had a bathroom. That but i think i need a water and helping out the door. Norrie was passed out and the chick was still playing with a pussy with a little paddock. I'm like what fucking check on my god. I didn't think wait. I'm like no no leave the blanket off. Let me look at that thought. Monkey sheer beating that motherfucker. Thus was coming out of it the whole thing like what the fuck but oceans was the room that i went there one night and the doorman got shot. Then i before. And i'm like i'm on stage doing comedy over there at a place. Where motherfucker got shot last night. The families that praying for the body and shit. I shot on comedy night. Wow hip hop night right. He got shot like the night before or something like that. But you tell people those stories they wanna fuck and believe you like. There's no way you were doing comedy in those room. Sweden give a fuck we give a fuck fuck with the lot at wile coyote. Did you air. Because i love comedians and understand that i'm county gang member and i was in montebello Nater you'll notice. Not one black full lived in that city. Imam bella montebello Or amount there. It's just magic. Even asians they get their eyes. Speaks to look like a total. Like your dog. Dog does know colbert. Mombello had no. There's no kogo montebello darts. And i was there with had never had trained sure dog i was. I was doing good onstage. But the fools like eight homey get off. We wanna dance. Say everybody knows. You're funny and fucked up joey. I fucked up. I started fucking going at that. Full boo boo boo. 'cause you know those the code is somewhat hackles you eat them up at a fuck nowhere. Dog spooner hits the stage. Those big drinks they used to have over there. Amber was the amber was the waitress and they fucking through the spooner ami that shit hit the big sandal behind me a dog i try to go out. There and head was like a homey. I gotta escort you out kitchen or they're gonna get you in fucking head. Took me out to the kitchen. I going gonna lie down. I could have thrown like like you. remember those. Don't feed punches. You could throw back there. And you're like. I gotta hit the wants to eat the car running. Keep the puck in car running by edwards dyke. I work here also gonna get trip. That was the craziest incident. I got over there but like member with jump flying. Tommy john. I kind of remember that. I jumped in San bernardino now rain. That's got jumped over there. They tried to rob dog in san bernardino. Another night i went up there with philippi and they they set up. They set us up. They were gonna put us in a car and robert me in philippi. They don't fuck around now. i've been robbed once by a gun and i remember i remember my my tight asshole. We evidence he was just like look dog. Whenever someone pulls out a gun on you do you wanna keep that two hundred bucks or do you want to have another chance to give that money back to live. He's xl pulls a gun. I'm done now if you ain't got none of them. I remember they pulled out. He took my cash lawrence. It's kinda fucking like a dog. I felt like i got you know. I'm not trying to one but it was like my my only way of rate i feel like i got a rate that was under no control. There's a fun strapped to my head. Only thirty bucks. They were mad at me already. Paid everybody does nothing wrong. Let me tell you some plenty of times. I got five broke into a house and there was only a gram instead of an ounce. I was pissed off as a motherfucker though you. Can you come in felony to get no fucking though you put a gun to somebody. That's a felony and they show up put thirty bucks. You like god. It a minimum. I needed three hundred. Minimum was three hundred. But you know what man what comes around goes around how many how many fools that we mug straight up straight hold what comes around goes around man so as long as you understand that concept i used to muck those dudes hudson county park when i was a kid make believe i was fucking stalker or some shit fucking you know and it you gotta come andy what you're gonna fucking do but nobody one time a guy pulled a gun in harlem i was copying but then rob us her what happened here was it eighty one. There's no cameras out. There was no era we grew up. There was no campus. You have got robbed before. Just had a gun in a fucking trash bag. You and i had a fad. Two friends that went over to the city got a blowjob one night and they got out of the car and the check was blowing them in the park and next thing was a setup. Three guys came with guns and robbed them. I mean took. Their sneakers took their belts. Took everything so. I couldn't chase him and shit so i made a mental note. I was like sixteen when they told me that story. That dog. we just got mugged the city. We went for a blowjob. The chick with something dick and they pulled guns on us and shit. And i'm like fuck. I ain't never get myself in that position but i went over that city at thousand times to cop and nobody ever pull the fucking gun on me. Knock on fucking would you know so now. On top no more the dad was i hang out with a newark top. Okay was talking to him. We were watching. The kids play and i asked him. I go this. How drugs and he was telling me how the streets are buck. Wild in newark somewhere. Patterson that's where everybody goes to get their drugs on the street pills. You get anything done that. I couldn't even imagine going down now. I couldn't even imagine right. My you know. How many fucking things i used to walk into all those weeds circles in harlem and cocaine circles that everybody's slinging on the street and i would talk. I would. I used to live for those things. I love those walking into those things. I couldn't even imagine cop and drugs off the street now. I didn't even know what start. A so is is hard on the capital of new york. As far as like is that the easiest place to get it like say you go of town say you go brooklyn people sat tripping on you tug. I don't know anymore. But i remember twenty years ago. Maybe nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven. I went to port authority. And i couldn't get a hold of my friends. I went to harlem looking for drugs. After giuliani came to new york. He cleaned that shit out. So i don't even know like i haven't been the harlem yet. I've been here eleven months. I've been to the city. But i haven't been to harlem. I've been to brooklyn queens. But i didn't see no drug dealers out on the streets but he was telling me that in jersey in newark. They got fucking people on the street. Nah passaic paterson selling heroin. The whole fucking thing. Yeah newark they have three dollar bags of heroin. That's right that they saw. I run on the street. I wouldn't even know where the fuck the star george can. You believe that. either. I wouldn't you. Can we get we'd online now. There's a site that i tell people here in jersey. Where get we'd from california that's tremendous you have to send them cash and then they send you the week three days later. It's fucking tremendous brother orders from them all the fucking time they're popping up here like left and right now from california. Know what you can grow weed on jersey right. i think it's it's legalized. I don't know the it's hard to grow though because of the weather right. They grown a house growing houses. So i wouldn't even ima- i don't even know what start copying now. If i need the copy like if i need the cop wade i would go to north burke. I got a kid up there. That sounds pretty decent. We'd he gets up from kelley supposedly. You know what i'm saying. He gave me a bag one day. But it didn't look that good. I gave it to a friend of mine. But yeah i i don't i don't even know what a fucked start with cop anymore. Doug the hardest lead i had to find. Was you're laughing gas dog well. There was only one store that has it and like i had to a full weight. Not there like you know how they wait in line for sneakers. That's awful you. I need a fucking bag and the aid. I should fuck me up on me. I don't know what they put in it. You know when you smoke a new strain. It was a new strain to me. I don't know what that is but it was good ship. You sold out of that. There's a little bit left on them. More comes out on the. You're going to have it in jersey. i'm gonna have him a sense to me absolutely already smoked what he's sent me. That shit was deadly dog. I gave it back to mike. I kept the bag. That shit was deadly. I you know what man i. I hate the tap myself on the back. Pat myself on the back. But that's good fucking reefer. Man i i was i smoked a fucking carlito's way was on the part. Where fuck it. I i i suck at but remember when he goes. He's doing the court appeal and he's like honor. It only took five years. Not thirty two might leave thought. Oh my god broomfield out of the fucking park with that movie dog. Sean penn fucking park with that movie. He was tremendous as the fucking attorney he was tremendous. You know what. I saw that in the movie theater. I didn't like it as much as i like now. Yeah now. I really liked that movie. That was the beginning of the movie when he's in what his appeal and then they get them out and they go to a puerto rican bond at dancing with the girl from miami vice and the two girls say what the fuck you want to hang out with each other and they're both drunk at the bar fucking movie. I liked it better now than when i did when i went to see why you don't think you understand your like you understand it now. Yeah it was completely different. When i saw it the firm. I'm like what the fuck is. This is like a redone dislike a remix. Have you seen the prequel. carlito's way. I won't watch horrible horrible with luis. Guzman puff daddy and shit and the puerto rican kid fucking terrible terrible and i was in the ground floor and that movie. They reached out to me. I'm like nah. Nah that movie looks a little fucked fishy. But i love george perez. I'm fucking happy to see you. this is just. This wasn't even like a fucking podcast. This is great to see you man with you man. i miss. You is in three months since i saw you. Is it different than if a dog. It's like ya'll man. I never felt like a dinosaur like i feel old to these fools and but but i'm still not i know i'm not it's just like like yo dog. I want to go to hollywood and try to hang out at three clubs and it was. I going to prison yard. That like nobody was there. No more just the arts just a workers. It was fucking weird. We're no jeff at the store. I should hurt. That was weird. That was win. That was weird. I hear the store isn't the same. I hate to say this as was hearing little things you know what man. I'm going to be as as i can you george. I don't feel old. i am old thank you. I have to be honest with myself. That i didn't wanna have white hair on stage and tell pussy jokes her. You know what i'm saying. Like i look fucking. Who's his dirty old man on stage so if i do go back all those pussy jokes change. Do you know what i'm saying. But i already think i don't think done. I just think i did what i had to do. I feel you. Are you know sometimes in life. You do what you gotta do. When you move the fuck on what. I feel like i feel like i don't man you know being around young kid like able to feel creepy for me. I remember when i was twenty one and a twenty five year old. Do come to a bar. And i tell that do go mendes weather. You're too old to be hitting on olds de nam saying and that's how i feel now have to be honest with myself and go the opposite. Listen to fucking old. Joey get back on. I gotta wear a suit. I gotta put on a fucking suit. Yeah you know. I gotta do it right. There's no way i could go back. There were leather jacket like this. This is my favorite standup shirt. I bought like thirteen of these only wear three of them. I still got them rap and shit. This is comfortable as can be this. This is my comedy shirt since your special with. Yeah with the boots shit. I love all that stuff on stage. But now i can onstage. I got this white hand. It's a different story. I'm just trying to be honest with myself. You know it's it's i don't want people to go look fucking. Joey diana's haring going up to tell them pussy jokes. It's not the same when i left. La mike goodbye. The comedy store. And i think i said my goodbye to the whole that whole fucking world. I hope not. I hope not. I hope in three months. I'm on stage. Up and around having a good time locally and uncle vinnies or something. But that's how. I feel george and i miss you guys to my realm of comedy has gone. That was it. that's it. it's time to go home. You know hey toys and the ball and go home i. I've hung out a couple of times. It's still their dog. There's spurts of it like you don't mean the but i just feel like you. Rogue read bad came in revolutionized when they fuck fired. Tommy it was never be like that again. But it's it's still there. It's still there you know. It's like the raiders dog. Were trying to make it. look like how. It wasn't aids. The raiders in the eighties untouchable. It's gonna be tough with a gay radio and got nothing against gay people. But i don't fuck as their gay raider. That coach the old coach must be fucking spinning in his grave out davis and all those dudes alike. How to fuck. Is there a gay raider. How where do we go from here. I can see a gay forty nine again giant but a gay raider and i got nothing against gay people. You don't part. Lgbt community love. You got motherfuckers that. There's no way on this earth that i would think that would be a gay reiter when that came out of the closet and i saw the ratio on. Like this ain't right. This is part of god's joke with covert. how is there a fucking gay raider. We only dates coming up. George yes august twenty first. I met the continental room in fullerton september. Eighth american comedy clubs san diego. Aw september four noble theater in la shits crime on fools now wild. You know what. I mean so bom has new website. They always store you up. You gotta checkoff fools gone wild joey. I'll check them out today. Send the my love or show. I'd i give you a man. I didn't even feel like we park. I don't wanna hang up. You gotta work. You gotta go to work. I gotta work tonight. Man a dog. I feel old when. I'm at the strip club dog. I'm ready to that that shit though it's fucking web me but everybody that works for me is older than me. That's the crazy part. Pussy is pussy. You can't touch it but you can look at it to ninety. You know what i'm saying. I mean i haven't hit nobody in twenty years. 'cause i don't wanna show up for you know you don't want nobody wants to see a forty year old dick you after you became forty. I'm like that's my slinging. Dick days are over a better. Find the girlfriend. And i did. I found the wife. And i found the wife thirty seven but at forty. I go if we break up. I'm done. Nobody wants to see a forty year old deck and a fifty eight year old ignoble. I don't even wanna see when i look at it. I can't believe it's my dick was ugly to start with now. It looks like a fucking art bark. I don't even know what the fuck to do with it. I gotta rash gotta put fucking petri all around my dick my legs. The fuck is going on with us. Doug i know getting their man. I'm working out again. Little slow steps and shit. I'm on my seven day to day. Work out in like an hour feels good dog. It's the founder youth brother. When you're a man and you're getting older weights is found the youth. Anything else will get hurt you jitsu. I'll get hurt kickboxing hurt. Pino hit the bags still one day a week twice a week but the fucking. Jim is my bread and butter. George it's It's really helped me to get to here so you look good homie. I'm brother like i told you the night. Now we 'til nighttime edibles in the daytime. You know with you you always. Where's that where's where's it end. You fucking believed that bro. So that's why. I'm saying that wasn't like a change. I implemented or never. I never even dream quitting smoking pot. I never even thought about that was never even fucking thought to me like when those guys do so brock told by go. Go fuck yourself. I'm always popping sober. I got sobre my own because my body and need it no more. Yeah you're you've i've been there. I think that whole game had me fucked up. And i feel better now. Is powerful dog dog. I was getting anxiety. They put a fucking heart monitor them. I got no anxiety now. You know what. I'm saying when i test my blood pressure always high. I go to the doctor. I'm right on when you scare me with the doctor. Everything goes away. You tell me. Give me a needle. Everything goes away. I went for a blood test. I when i left the blood test. I felt a lot fucking better. But i'm gonna keep doing what i'm doing. You keep doing what you're doing and we'll meet in the mother fucking metal. I love you all my heart. I miss you and i wish nothing but success in about two weeks how zoom into your podcast walking man. I appreciate that brother right brother. I love you. I didn't forget about you. i'll never forget about you. One of my closest friends. You always had my back. We did great together on the road. We will fuck up audiences together. So i wish you nothing but love good health. And i'll see you soon. The dog sure aaa game. Go tripoli the bookie here come see you you know what they've been hitting me up out there. I'm going to go out there man. I had a dream dog that i had real quick. I had a dream that thing that i flew out there. You're all mad at me. When i show up i was you. What the fuck do drugs to you're gonna come fuck. May one dog. Listen if somebody else don't call. I get pissed him. You don't need to call a newer you call from newark. Get the bond ready. I put it in the freezer. And we'll get that freeze piper. Start smoking that motherfucker. I love you. Doug stay black and keep in touch. We always talk twice a week. So i love your brother. Stay black late way. All right. I hope you enjoyed that. Little fuck tape. Todd pay with george perez Halibut podcast brought back a lot of memories. I worked hard guys. And that was. I wanted to prove to you fucking guys that. La was noel Fluke we fucking killed it. I used to have spots at the story. Night following mooney. But before. I used to do that. I would go onto other spots. I would do open mics. That paid gigs. It's all a gate you gotta get on stage and let you know when i lived in boulder. My motto was get on stage one tonight. When i moved to seattle. It was twice a night when i moved to. La my goal was forty spots a fucking month. But i would take thirty. You know what. I'm saying. Like if i did thirty dirty times. Twelve is three hundred sixty spots a fucking year. I used to average somewhere in the four hundred dollars every year. So it's four hundred spot two year. That's a spot every day and a half a fucking spot when you had it up. So if you're thinking about stanton do comedy that's the fucking way to do it. A spider night and then you graduate to spots tonight then you graduate the three spots tonight and then get back to me. I'll tell you what your mission is. Then i love you motherfuckers all my heart. Thank you for supporting the fuck and joint this week and i'm happy you enjoyed it. I hope you have a great weekend. And we'll be back monday tip. Top magoo with uncle is fucking joy and have a great weekend and now for a word for my mother. Fucking sponsors jack. I want to thank my man. George perez. I want to thank you guys for watching you guys support. But before i get the fuck outta i wanna thank my sponsors for the week. Cbd lying coming at you again on a beautiful fucking wednesday august. How to cbd lying to help you. Simple go to cbd line dot com right now read redid third party lab results. 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