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Limo Driver Secrets Revealed (with Wayne Burfeind)

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Limo Driver Secrets Revealed (with Wayne Burfeind)

"You're listening to filter. Well feel free. The America where own knowledge shine a black shows played liberty justice thaddeus blonde Still to free America Mother Fucker. Hello Hello Hello. Hello Filter Free America listeners. Welcome back to another exciting. An action packed packed episode of the filter. Free America podcast disclaimer. There is absolutely no excitement or action in this episode but we do have is a very interesting conversation. So what's this episode about. I will tell you if you have ever wondered what kind of interactions or had between in your favorite famous person or pro athlete and their limo. Driver this is definitely the episode for you. The guest is my friend in comedian median Wayne Bernstein and along with being a hell of a guy and a funny comedian Wayne also used to be a limo driver. Wayne did this job back in the late nineties and he has a huge collection of both interesting funny bazaar and some disturbing stories related to his time as a professional limousine driver. And he's GonNa share them all right here With us with you with me together and one group. Some of the stories included include household names names including Randy Moss and the Reverend Billy Graham but also so plenty of stories about just average old. Nobody rich people and even people pretending in wanting to appear as if they were rich. Now caution though. I want you to know if you're a sports fan especially a sports fan of people from Right here in the twin cities vikings players twins players. What have you some of these stories? I mean not. Put Your famous athlete in the best of life. Let me just put it out there now. There is a Kirby Puckett related story. So if you're under any delusion that Kirby Puckett it was anything less than a human being you know this whole episode Yeah but we're here we're going to but other people. There's a story about a a pro. Vikings things player former Vikings player in the type of porn. He and his wife enjoyed when else. What else is there? Oh there is a really fun story about a truck driver and you get to learn what Truck drivers do on their off hours with their free time and money Wayne will also answer some of the questions that you guys provide via social media so if anybody else if you we'll get out on that make sure you follow filthy America on facebook filter free America podcast on facebook so whenever I do episodes Like this one. Sometimes I'll I'll ask you guys to submit questions and That can be included in the shows while too so you get to hear that as well and as always we try to close every episode with the With the best possible stories stories to share and that is no exception with this episode. The last two stories about people that you're not going to know But there to people who are Were both very wealthy. Be in both kind of weird bizarre clients for him to drive around for two very different reasons so make sure you stick around for that part too also. This episode episode is Special for another reason because not only is Wayne a Very Funny Guy in our great conversation and listened to in this episode Wayne is also going to be helping me on a future project project related to the podcast. I don't want to give too much of it out right now because we're still kind of working through the The minutia the finer points Of the structure. But we will. 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Drivers secrets revealed field with comedian. Wayne Bergheim right here on filter free America. Let go limoux Cou city medicine make it happen happen at eleven eleven. I know I know you. ooh The toy. Good right so start by kind of tell me how did you get into to a limo driving or how and why did you become a limo. Driver I started. Well okay so I knew guy who I met at another driving job I used to do currier work in downtown Minneapolis. So I had this little small truck they would drive all over the place when we do legal stuff. I actually realized I drove the documents said that big Minnesota versus tobacco real drove those documents. Okay to certain lawyers but I have to have lawyers with me and we'd be tailed and I just I didn't know exactly what was in there but then after all like why cash was secure. Well they just because it was died. How many boxes? I was carrying at their if I I don't know really seem preposterous pasta to me as well but there were serious about it but like the bulk amount of we're talking like paperbark where you would get like a couple dozen reams green boxes big ASS boxes number maybe thirty to forty. This is the case of when they Minnesota banned smoking in the When they actually won again it was before became amy legal but it was where they were talking about? Tobacco knew there were issues causing health issues and they were targeting children like that big like what you're doing. Oh this wasn't the lead up to where they I thought you meant it was deleted to where they were banning it from like bars and all that stuff or was it just would be the lead up to that. Okay this is yeah this half step does BEF- you know they're still working on it. So so that's the kind of job I had the guy trained in their real. Good Dude We both were frustrated. Because you didn't get paid unless you worked so if there's nobody getting getting you could sit there for an hour or not get paid or or you could be there you had you had a. You're getting paid until you had some data we're on Independent contractors the whole time. But I mean there is days. I'd make a lot the money but then there was days I made like thirty bucks so we just got frustrated. I he broke his hand. They told me he had to work. He doesn't bullshit I'm quitting and then a couple of weeks later I quick because it was just because I had to pick up his slack. Now Oh this is a dumb shit job so then I worked at a hotel right by my house and then one day. I'm going through the lobby and I'm like. Hey you guys guy who broke your hand. What's up and he's like? What are you doing here? Mike Room Service. This is a mile from my house. I love it. He's like you should work limo with my. My sister owns a company. You should come work for us. I I was like what he's like. This is the money I made this week and I was like. Where do I sign up so called his sister? Who was the Nice boss for the rest of the the nice bosses? This guy sister Mr Talk to her. She's you gotta do we know he legalized. Yeah how old are you this whole okay. Let's go and this is like this is like ninety six ninety seven. Of course I filled out the legal shit but and so I was at an employee for them so I would get paid hourly but basically I just knew a guy whose sister owned company and and I WANNA I wanna ask you some more details about about what's required not required but since you brought the money part of it's one of my questions is I'm sure there's a base salary or hourly our Labor hourly. Yeah so like It was a two hour minimum and we always rounded up however it was so if I just picked somebody from the airport drove him to the house. forty-five minutes that's two hours. It was ten dollars an hour. So I'd make twenty bucks and then whatever tip was included okay Usually twenty percent some people just depending on what day they were having but you know make twenty bucks just to zip down and it was by my house. I live seven seven and a half minutes from the airport on a good day. I got that down pat on that so I just sit home play video games. Whatever did you hit the vehicle that you drove to keep it at your house? Most of the time I could if it was a busy weekend or whatever we would have to. I'd have to drive. Congratulated sometimes forced lake to drop off this vehicle and the vehicle I drove most of the time was a prototype that Ford came out with was a six passenger. Also just two bench seats that we're facing in the middle so like one bench seat would be back and the other one would just face like that and Ford presented at an auto. Oh show cut it in half dumped it off at a salvage yard. My shitty boss found out about that grabbed. It borrowed it back together. Really bad add. It made weird noises but some people thought it was the coolest thing they'd ever seen was it. Was It on the Lincoln plant down. Yeah it was nice that that size towncar kind of yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah that would I would drive that or Lincoln towncar okay. We had a silver and black when it was just before they rounded it so it was that Nice big gorgeous. We're just car yeah. Sex passenger was my specialty. Because I would also drive like the weekdays in the morning I would drive children to school. I'd pick up like eight. I think six eight seven I picked up seven of them as a spoiled rich kids or people who just needed. Yeah this is we're talking minute Trista Egan just at Easter children to ride the bus. They will they will because they all wanted to go to a preparatory school these are they all more. Uniforms An integral heights. I think the city that it was in I did. I did so much driving around I could. I could drive there but I couldn't drive. You know hundred fifty miles a day of my job and and I know how to get to everywhere but I can tell you. Oh yeah and it was just like first graders to seventh graders is what I drove and they were there was only two. That weren't brats. The rest were just. There's GonNa be my question. Well I mean they weren't shitty kids like you wouldn't make a movie about how shitty these kids were. Just they were from broken homes and their parents were just throwing money Adam to make them happy and that's kind of attitude. A lot of these kids have but they were good kids to buy a dictator like they would if I if I cursed I get a call half hour whereafter. Oh heard you swore I'd say like dammit or Shit and one would rat me out and then I asked the one that always read. That's not really. Yeah Yeah. My mom was yells at me for swearing. But she's all the time so I'm not going to tell on you anymore. And then that's when it stopped that she would like I get cut off. What am I gonNa do you? GotTa I'd say something. Throw rich kid or something. Yeah so what's the application process. Seemed like it was pretty simple for you. was there any required acquired an. I'm sure it varies state to state or wherever you're doing it but what's the required licensing for Limo driving specifically it's it's the same as any other vehicles size and length type stuff. That's why stuck to the smaller ones. Because they didn't want to drive the twelve passenger. It just intimidated me. Wasn't that was their brand new one and I didn't WanNA wreck it because I know I would have. Yeah I think you had to have a special license for that one But we didn't have that they weren't into the cargo vans or the big vans yet like that so the passenger was the biggest and there was a sex and then they had to town cars so they were relatively small company very personal. We knew everybody we knew their families. And just so everybody knows who's listening. It's it's a was between ninety seven and ninety nine around that time. Yeah okay. There was no special training and all do they do they. Don't take you out. Do you have the oh well. Of course there was A. Here's all your paperwork so I'd have to write down the clients of the day. What Times I did it collects this is before swiping cards? I had to have the machine. The Cracker Oh oh Yay motherfucker. Didn't work then I had to write everything out and I'm sitting in. This is a course before nine eleven so I could sit out in front of an airport and fill out paperwork and they just just knock on your window real quick and with like I'm still paying like hurry up scream at you or anything back then but yeah just basically. How did the paperwork and do you have a Dui? That's the only thing they asked asked me personally here in Minnesota well the the funny thing is that the brother who got me the job had to should be hilarious. Limo whiskey plates be God. That would just be always getting pulled over. What are you saying come just no it was just? It was really. Wasn't that hard of A. You know a process at all. I just knew the Guy who knew the owner and she just showed me how to do the stuff and we. What about a background check? It seems like they would want especially if you're dealing with high profile. Vouched for me to Zala took. That's all yeah boy pre-nine nine eleven time was fucking. Tell us your brother. I'm telling him in home would go into the airport. Wait for a customer to eat in the airport. Wait informed by their by the gate got it was great. Good old days is What about like rules? They give you like sit down like look you're going to be dealing with you know Joe Schmo plays for XYZ team and can't get autographs and you can't you know I don't know they. They give you like a like a way to carry yourself around now to do people it was was just assumed. I think that you know you're in a professional atmosphere. Don't hound him. Don't and the thing I think if I if I think correctly I think she did ask me about sports and stuff like that and I have never been into autographs or that kind of stuff like this. Is Your Day job. You're probably going. You know if you get hurt Tamar. You're nobody so just I enjoy what you're doing. Just be a human as all I really cared about. Because I wasn't into you know getting shit from people except for just you know let's have a conversation one of the worst Now you mentioned you just drove the specific type of Limo was just that one car sized but what were the other ones that were available well at that time. Was it just the longer limos. He said they didn't really have the trucks and stuff. Then yeah the trucks were. If you were going to do a truck you'd like rent like a Yukon or something along that time and this is still like just like a Bronco was considered a Gargantuan truck back then it wasn't they they weren't the excursions they were just coming out so that wasn't a thing. There were party buses but like we just didn't deal with that because you need a special license for that but yeah we just we just dealt with town cars that six passenger and then we had one twelve passenger. What was the you'd mentioned? Got My my jacked up. Higher two months ago What was your kind of your perception of the job? Like you know when we go to job you've never done before you've got kind of an idea of what to expect versus when you get there and you're like Oh this is not that it was there any kind of disillusion or was there any kind of no. She was great about just explaining it to me. She says we do weddings now and again. Most of it is going to be just basically a car service. It wasn't a limo service. A car service there was just basically a nice limo. They didn't have to worry about if the limo was gonna because back then this is also when cabs would have be missing hubcaps and you know and this is is also when they started tightening up a little bit like getting that stuff in the shapes. You didn't have to worry about you know if your driver's going to be smoking a cigar while you're in there so having a towncar was you know quite the luxury sorry so we would be picking up executives like a upshur Smith us a lot an air a pharmaceutical. Who Kinda gotten a little bit of trouble? They're just up the street from here I drove that they were using to transport. No no no. Don't just people just human oak that you use it to transport airport. Pick them up at home. Drop them. MOFFAT work I didn't know I I would do some grocery shopping for some people but the the whole majority thing just people who thought they were important executives executives and this is also when dot com boom was happening. So there's a lot of stupid money floating around to But yeah no I was just a nice taxi right. I was the main thing but there was weddings With six passenger would be the larger groups. Take care of some wedding stuff now as both being comedians We we love wedding parties. Comedy shows and it's just the best right McCartney's so how does how does that translate to being a limo driver. Are they as annoying as fuck in Limos as it is performing for them. We're going to the club. Nope no coming back from. Yeah now on the way the club. They're sober they were great. It's hey this is what's happening by. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA meet here and there and that just I tried. Try to get a timeline on when they want me to be wearing. What and this is your day doesn't Cell Phone Day? If I use a cell phone or the cost me two bucks to make the call and then however many minutes I was on the concerns me more and so it's just like I got a pager. Just let me know when you're ready you know. Get there within five minutes. Did you guys use like the old pager code system where they didn't really call him back they just y'all algae left like left. The code is like all group and they just send me ones. I some nights that have to juggle. So it'd be like your to your three. Okay that has happened I just picked a semi all ones. I know what you come. Get you blah blah blah. Yeah they're going to a concert which is about two two and a half hours long and I can go run some people in between between that. What's what's get into What everybody wants to hear the you know? The famous people are the stars of the athletes. That you that you got a chance to Dr. And I and I've got in front of me the list that you provided me and there's some some definitely some big names around Minnesota sports but these are names of people will recognize all all over As I was going to start with how you got it and you've got a long list of Vikings players and some couple of interesting ones and and a sad one as well too But I don't even know who the Hell Jerry Ball is. I'm not that Minnesota he was. He was a defensive lineman. Okay he was the the guy they were the guys that wear that size too small shirt and then spray teflon on themselves so they would slow right through. They were there. There was like some conspiracy about a little bit but there. There's nothing in the rules about it or a soup. He's not even he's probably if I think about maybe six foot maybe but a brick house Super Nice Dude. The only real experiences I had I do grocery shopping for him when he hurt his back. Really Yeah He. Would I'd shop to his apartment He'd give me to do one hundred dollar bills. One hundred was for my time for the hour and then the other hundred was for grocery shopping. He give me a list of what he wanted. And then whatever. The channel is definitely back in the nineties. When you buy groceries front goes that's been in two hundred easy? Yeah but defensive linemen two eight bit muscle on that man Super Nice Guy but also just keep the change and it would usually be about forty bucks sixty dollars worth of groceries but the one thing I ever got this guy was I found about eighties. LEMONADE ICE ACE bars. I still buy them to this day. Would have if it wasn't for him but yeah I do. His Grocery shopping costs in two hundred bucks. Did he make a list or did you bring me some stuff no heat no he analysts. Here's what I want and it was always three boxes of eds lemonade and he goes if it wasn't lemonade orangeade if they don't have orange then lime if not lime than whatever very specific yeah just starting in what he wanted so he was like he was just a fun guy to just go like every every other every third day. Okay for about a month. I did his grocery shopping. Did you have property here was living in a house guy living in an apartment or sharing a place with another player. There's a couple of apartments. I think the vikings things own them is. I'm just guessing so. They have like a condo so their own like units and then the Vikings. Because there'd be some days I'd pick pick up several vikings from the same area but then there's others like Jake Reed was in a different area and then Randy Moss lived lived in a different one so just but they've just lived in apartments while they were here. So they maybe they subleased or shortlist or with their money. They probably at least for the year. Whatever the contract was but yeah just go now? View had actual houses like trying to picked up at their house mostly Card Carter lived here quite live here but he had what he would leave after the season because we had a house in house But now he they stayed at like a really nice this town home. It was just going to be like the players like like if you're a Randy Moss Yeovil player. And you know you're in a long term contract you're not getting traded and you're not gonNa cut you you. You're going to invest some money. Maybe buy a house or at least leaser kids to like Did they had a house which was fiercely one? That's that's the only guy I've ever really wanted to punch in the face degrom. Yeah really dude. It was icy day. Okay so he had this really really Long drive driveway and there was a couple of houses off of it but it went up a hill and it took a turn so on the ice days. That's being asked me to fuck intern. Lose that momentum so told me a couple of times to get up there and and I get finally get there. I'm like hey and he's like about time and it was like you. Were watching the GODDAMN window. I'm GONNA drive fucking thing. He was just never nice. His wife was super persuaders. Kids were adorable. He just never grumpy coach. Kind of not nicer was quiet. Asshole is what I can deal with being quiet. I get that he was being an asshole and I drove him. Maybe a dozen times every time was just like you can request be not too calm. If it's it's a personal thing. I don't know what's happening because I'm his wife was sweet. Kids were hilarious. was he much of a tip or does he know it was credit with him. They they would just go through the Vikings or whatever so we'll just credit I'm sure it was twenty percent that's GonNa be my face would have been the best but stand over everything you are who I thought you were the the playoffs right. Not everyone is super bowl ever Chris. Carter's on your list. Yeah he's a An icon in sports. Oh Ganja semi retired. His number and everything I I see is all through his media work now and in back when he was a player. I kind of remember that you know because is personality type. What was he like as a human in real life? Okay so once I picked up a couple times super quiet but my boss told me like. He's a joker joker so if he gives you a don't don't be offended if he says anything like he's really quiet okay so I told him one time I picked him up after he did his Charles Schwab bad locally driving back and I was like Chris like my friend. My boss's told me that you're joker you like fun. I feel like you're uncomfortable around me. I don't want anything from you. I just you know just just know your joker and I would love to joke around with you know. I don't want anything from you and right after that then requested me all the time. Come pick them up and one of my favorite. It favorite was picking up him his first wife Mel Malani think your name was melanie. Pick up from a fundraiser. They get in the car and they're like. Hey Wayne how are you doing good all right. We pull away from the curb and he goes five hundred dollars for some pigeon. Man Actually gave me some chicken man that was just like human. I loved him so much and they both just like how many four carats five hundred bucks or four like yeah. These guys are human. I love him was was that that Kinda stand-offishness at first or that concern of like everybody's trying to get into my pockets type attitude. Is that common around the people that you that. You've we're having I would say. Yeah people trying to get my pockets. Because it's been Chris I mean his whole. He's been spoon fed but aid. Think he opened up because he lost his job because of his his antics and then he found God and he became like really decent. Dude may actually hired like a group of these musicians to come out to a church to sing. Those were the biggest eight holes. I've met in a long time to religious singers sales But Him and Jake Reed and somebody else on the team paid for all of them to come in and do a concert so they were in town for a week. Okay but yeah no I just I think it was just standoff. He just knows everybody just wants something from him when I was just that's why I said I don't want anything from you right. And then he just good approaches. You don't just. We couldn't be super funny finding good. He's not on your list but I but I've got kind of an anecdote that if he maybe ran into him before. But did you ever drive Greg Berman from ESPN and no. You ever met him my friend and I don't want to say because he still works for the Vikings away so I don't WanNa say what he does but he was in a situation where he greg Werman and was there we went. Doesn't Greg Norman as famous. ESPN's Sports Guy and He's a huge astle. Apparently really like like a tremendous fucking asshole in real life to anybody. Who's you know below his stature? Oh type thing and he also loves to swallow pills. He's a big deal. Let's probably so angry. You had a feeling and so he swallowed some pills about it so I definitely never get him on the show now but it was worth telling so my favorite person on the list Has got to be Randy Moss. Yeah so what was his. What was his interaction with? The I dealt with them twice. First Time they used to do a sports show up at Champs and Maple Grove and I picked up several people to go up there for that thing and it was his rookie year. He just everybody was losing their shed. Head over this guy and he was just mellow cool. You didn't seem nothing. Nothing Dude we go up there and he's just like when we leave. Go around back to pick me up. Because there's a swarm like they are always trae. Avoid the Eric capacity they kicking people out. Because there's too many people in there so they do the show and then this one guy just kinda walks out and he goes. Yeah you'll be coming out in like two minutes so just get ready to go and then people were like you're GonNa wrap it was like Oh God and then So he flies in is it a is a combination of just sports. Wackos just fucking love. Vikings all sports. How many people were throwing pussy adding all dudes that were coming after him when they wanted him to sign their cards? Just one just comes running music Randy Randy. Can you sign my car when when he went Marshall Card in Randy just looks at the card and goes I never wore that number and then we just drive off and then that same dude followed us. Randy Randy kept looking back. He's like that same car and I was like. I'm just GonNa go do a loop de loop real quick just to make sure and he's like let's go. Let's go to Jerry's house. I like all you don't grocery shop. And he's like no way so we stop and the duke comes up again. He's like Randy Sinus for him in Randy was like. Nah I I I promise you. I've never wore that number. You got ripped off. I'm sorry and then he just went into the apartment. Jerry I was just like Oh poor guy doctor Yes yes and it's also then I found out because randy was like one of the first guys drove up to that thing. Everybody I drove up. There was supposed to give me twenty dollars tip from the radio show. Randy was the only they didn't tip me and I don't know if it was because of everything going on or what but well. I don't know I've heard him a few different podcasts. He was on Oh he wasn't on. He was Darren Carter no him. COMED- comedian. Darren Carter. He told a story about meeting Randy Moss and they went. I think they went fishing together. Stuff the big country kind of fishing hunting type. Do you seem super F- super friendly for everything I think I've ever seen on. TV always seems like a genuine person. He he was chill about the whole thing. I mean because I was just like Oh man. We're getting chased and I'm thinking like yeah we're gonNA lose them and he's like no no no no no. Don't get in a car accident. Let's go to a different place place instead. Cool Gary Anderson if if if Randy Moss is the the the icon of icons Viking football be the goat of goats the the the the is it hated hated. How would you describe the relationship people here in Minnesota have with former Minnesota? Vikings Kicker Sportier team relationship was every sports team. That poor guy was in the parking. Lots of the Metrodome win that kick happened. It tilt until the artist who who maybe not as so is a ninety seven ninety eight. I think he's in Vikings. Vikings in Atlanta Falcons are in Minnesota. Metrodome says one of the greatest years of Minnesota. The best kicker in hasn't missed in three years here's then it was like an lob tools like an easy kick and whoop shank and you can. You wasn't an awe you could hear an audible. People were leaving because they're like oh he's GONNA kick it. Let's go traffic we'VE GOT WE'RE GONNA make this and you just hear an audible. No Oh so. He's been the butt of jokes forever. Yeah but the thing is. I picked him up for that that that interview thing of champs but I was going to have to interact with them before they'll kick or any after the kick oh before the occas done after after after that kicking it was basic. I didn't do much much viking stuff after that 'cause with the end of the season and then that's about the time where I left the business because that would that would have been amazing perspective to be the Limo driver of Gary Anderson. I was driving Chris. Carter's agent that day really why that's why it was in the parking lot waiting for him but Yeah but a couple of months before that I went to his house. A town home with his family in I showed up early. They they were told a different time. And now we're GONNA leave at this time but he's there he's from South Africa so he's got a cool accent. His mother same accent a little bit more cool His kids are playing. NHL Ninety six ninety seven. And I'm like Oh. This is my jam and his sons John's all it took me his kids like nine ten. Maybe and I'm like okay. Whatever I'll get school by a child and everything and winning ten to nothing often on this kid so I just stopped playing and let us kid catch up and then Gary actually patted me on the shoulder and it was like okay? Let's go that was more of a thanks for not make my kid cry can let me go now right. And then he actually gave me forty bucks and a ride so it was. It was a nice little. I got the hang out with the family Blah Blah Blah. We'll kick happen. I was just like Oh. He's so nice is the fuck him now. I mean but that's also the moment where I was like. You know what fuck this game. I don't even care anymore right you so you just have wives down here under the Minnesota Vikings and you mentioned any Rene's wife as being a sweetie sweetie. Yeah is that across the board. I can imagine not the players. The Vikings likings players I dealt with. Were all very cool very a lot of kids who have more money than they've ever had in their life so there's that kind of thing but they still weren't monsters a lot. They would all every time. It was a vikings wife. I'd be like Oh better. Bring a vacuum and some wet wipes because their kids go. God Damn Mess every God damn time I'm and the worst one Korey stringers wife really was I mean. Usually it is what it is usually. They'll at least go sorry. We made a mess. They got out the kid shit his pants five minutes into the ride so the car stinks and then I get out. And there's like a small fry smashed into the carpet. Just it was one of the mean of all the messes. I've had that's one of the worst ones haven't had anybody. Anybody throw up or anything like that but that one I was just like didn't even tell me was there. I'm just driving in. Luckily I just I just was like oh I should check real quick to see if they left anything which is a thing I had to learn also just double check. Make sure nobody leaves anything behind. What the God Damn Hell is this? And then she just just was rude. Just wasn't pleasant at all. I usually get a higher anything. Just she expected me to get out and get the door or anything but usually would disappointing. I usually would just jump out. You can get it but just man just just her whole air was just like she was so full of herself. which is sad because Korey stringer was one of the nicest guy? He was Tom He's always humming. Happy Songs. Always use how are you doing today. You didn't go. That's because we were around. His wife probably guessing. I don't know but he was a sweetheart so when he passed away I was like now. Now Yeah Yeah. It was a such a juxtaposition. She just I was like God. What a jerk and then corey was? Because I picked up Corey I was like oh his his wife got to be nice. Nope did you just for comparison purposes and probably means absolutely nothing. But did you ever drive around the the Mel Spouse House of somebody who was successful or famous or something like that and was there any difference between famous spouses that are female versus famous. Spice I'm trying to think the most famous female I drove. Now we dealt with a lot of the men sports stuff for I have driven like The the husbands of like executives from companies. Where you can tell that they're the small man or they are not happy in their relationship right just because how they are talking talking about things and just kind of like? Hey where's a place around here where a guy can get lucky. And I was like I know your wife know that writes like I'm not. I'm only a car service that service but I could just tell just mousy men just all like I'm away from my wife. Yeah that kind of stuff but but didn't even have that same attitude like a you even though I'm just a guy who's collecting cash and checks from my wife's making there was more of that but they were decks about it. They were definitely Lee. The cats away. The mouse is GONNA play attitude savvy to be there that kind of yeah. I'm really I'm trying to think who I don't think any release female sports figures anything else. As far as vikings wives that were beside stringers. was there any other interesting. Interactions that were just again with Chris and his Melanie they crack me up pretty fierce about that but I mean otherwise. They a lot of the Vikings wise all had kind out of an air of like you know who I am do. You homie husband is a lot of them. Had that air. Yeah which is funny because it was the complete opposite with the twins wins. Lives Because I would go pick up the twins wives from the airport and then they drop off home and then they would immediately turn around. Go pick up their husbands from the airport so they would go get their card drop them off. They get their cars. Go back to the airport pickup their husbands because they had the flan separate flights. Oh okay all I have. No bad story about twins ends at all. They were all great humble kids really. Yeah I mean Paul Molitor. I'm glad I didn't try Paul Molitor in the in the in the in the wintertime because he lived on on this driveway that was seriously like a ten grade and it was all windy. And just like. I'm so glad this is the summertime but yeah I was actually. I ran into a couple of wives because I live by South Dale. There's the Galleria and my wife and I walked through and I was just like hey ladies how. How are you in the husbands are sending like fuck? This guy drives us and like. Oh Hi how are you. I'm good so ladies like they were offended that I didn't give a shit who they were. That's awesome you know radke. Who whatever who? Who of the did you said you didn't really get the chance to drive any of the players as far the twins It was rare that I would drive the players And he got. I'm trying to think of a name because a lot of them. I think. A lot of pitchers by Dr Paul Molitor. I drove him at his tail end. They were just so nice. dudes I'm trying to the guy who lived out in Medina area. It was a gated community Eh and it was right by this Chevron station. What's the one with the horse? The Red the Red Horse Sinclair No. No that's the Pegasus the Pegasus Yeah. I think it's Chevron no that's not sinclair but that one that's another reason remember. That's a really cool gas station. You'll recall years Asian and he's punching this code. Mike Oh this is your house. That's a community okay out here. There's a gated community league. Live a fucking other rich people. What the hell what otherwise? Yeah a lot of the a lot of the twins did have homes locally. Here's a good question. Then of all the Athletes that you That you drove and who had homes that they owned. Who had the biggest nicest home your opinion Kirby Kirby Kirby Puckett had one because it was in in this area that you wouldn't even suspect because his driveway was built just right with enough trees and stuff to hide your modest house modest house weird driveway modest house us but you go up that driveway? And it's a big circle white four stories swimming pool super nice and I loved it because it was hidden right. I know I've been in that neighborhood before. Picking up other clients and to walk some guy picked up every every other day and it was just like you live there. What the hell and then just I mean curbing? His wife always super nice and sweet pick up their kids every once in awhile super well behaved. Yeah I mean yeah. That's the only reason why I like the twins that's because ever experienced I ever had with them was always good. Well I want to ask you about you. Had An curry bucket. If you don't know is fantastic. Athlete was was fantastic. Athlete I another MINNESOTA ICON But he was he enjoyed ladies. Yes and that was a regular thing with him. But you actually of your bosses. Yeah the Bitchy boss. The bitchy Boston. You don't like the one we were going to throw under the Limo if you will Well it happened. It's nothing none of this is hearsay. What happened was one of his mistresses? Yeah one of his mistresses plural. And that's when that came out. She found out that that he had more than just her. And that's what anger it wasn't that he wouldn't leave his wife her or anything like that. It was that he had other women aside from her. Which I thought was fucking hilarious area? I like the guy that got me in a job. I WanNa be the main other bitch. I know the side bitch. Yeah but the guy who got me the job he kept telling me I'd be like Kirby's great he's You'd always make like it. Just references is not as good as you think he has really what this guy was talking drunk so he is jealous or whatever like that and then and then and the good boss would make a comment of you see him with another woman. It's just a friend Mike. Okay all right because I'm you know I'm not I I don't looking for trouble. Its clients at your life. Whatever and then when the story came out that there were other mattresses than sh the shitty boss I went in some like just didn't work for a couple of weeks? 'cause she was so upset that he had other women. It's mind blowing in the thing too is like this is We would do the Kirby Puckett fundraiser which was like the nine ball classic or something like that and they would get all this just amazing amazing memorabilia. Stuff of any kind of sports. I mean all these legends would show up to raise a ton of money. And it's like the only one of the three autograph things I have in my. How else is a baseball from courteous? Thanks so much for the hard work. Wayne Kirby Puckett night just like nice way. Yeah I was like okay. I'm GONNA keep this. You can sell it to Wayne Gretzky and make make a Lotta money no shit. Oh my God Gretzky. I'm coming for you coming for your retirement money was there. Did you have an interaction. Interaction with him together with mistress. No I never did either. It was him along all the Shitty boss would try to drive him as much as possible. Of course so that would make sense. That's why when I would pick them up it would include his family which all hindsight now Because I lived really close like I mean not really like maybe three miles four miles because that's pretty close but in. She lived up in Forest Lake so she would drive down from forest lake to pick him up. And do whatever Blah Blah Blah now knowing that makes sense booty calls but whenever I'd pick them up with just like just well behaved kids. Wife was great he was always Super Nice. I showed up late one time like what happens. You know just did so. Why would I suspect anything being being too nice but just a good interaction got to go to that nine ball thing twice? They paid for everything everything we got. Free meals got to bring my wife hang out no shit and again. If I were sports had I probably would have really lost my shit because I'd be all I fucking out but You know why would I suspect anything. Just you mentioned getting the ball autograph very whiz or any other memorabilia that was either offered to you got from anybody not even outside of athletes. Anybody oh I I do not remember the name of this band but they opened and four sticks when they got to be a great band opened for sticks stones. God I wish even something I eh seriously fucking how but anyway drove up the handily the whole way up there. Oh no no this is a this is a different guy all right so anyway I drove these guys up to Klay For a concert and they were just cool and mellow not interesting at all. Pick him up the next day driving back to the airport and they were like hey man really I appreciate your driving a safe. Here's a tip and the hand me like five of their CDs and I took so much energy just to not to go now. I'm good. Who are you again where it was at five different CDs or I don't know if it was five different? CD's at least they're sad their music and and I just was like Oh hey and then some the throughout the win on the way home. Good pretty much. What happened? I popped in one. I was like. Yeah no thanks day opened for sticks Timmy. Famous or rich people. Don't ever tiffany anything that they can't use as like a drug or they can't pay a bill with the only two things that people want to tip me in fucking weed or can you give me your fucking anthology. I don't need it okay. So the other band I kinda mix up in their Neil sedaka okay teen heartthrob back in the day I drove his band up there in the cargo van carrying some of their equipment and stuff the hallway up there they are like. When are we stopping at a liquor store winter? We Stop Undertaker Stores that liquor store opened. Can we stop this store. Because they were going up to to Malak which was a dry casino okay so they knew this so the whole hour and a half. They're like good job so we stopped off in like Elk River Okay Princeton on the way up there soon as we got the booze then they were just totally different human. They didn't drink anything but they had their their blanket. They knew they covered. ooh right. Hey man time we do that show. I was like what the fuck happened. But they did. Not Take me there and policy which I really appreciate appreciate it as good as the limo that you drove on a regular basis to have a stocked bar in it than it did have a compartment for it. Okay all and and just see. I WanNa make it clear about this vehicle that was bonded back together. Ron Kills Cool. Cool and the gang okay Ron. And what's his brother's name. I don't know I knew that I knew the kills name. But on him brother I picked them up from came. OJ stations. They get in there and urged US like. We're GONNA die in this thing not a great shape vehicle the six passenger but it did have little sections that had little drains and until I can put Eisenhower put in beverages if I wanted to head to holders for glasses But that was all on me and there was like two two people that made a comment about like. Oh you guys can do that. And so then I started up like there's one guy who lived out new Richmond Wisconsin so that was a giant. And I'd be like Oh what do you. What do you like whiskey? So I got some Scotch airplane bottles in there and he was like thank. You gave me ten bucks and then after a while. That same guy invited me into his house. He's like my wife made strawberry shortcake come on up and I was like yeah. Yeah and then after a couple more times like this guy wants to fuck. That's not going to happen. That was my first thought. And that's unbelievable next question. was there ever any inappropriate behavior towards you from a female or male. I not you're driving around. That's the that's the after party Bachelorette parties because there was twice where we're going to sit up front like no you can't well. There's no room back there where it was room on the way there. So there's room now now and there's One lady who I just can't handle these bitches Da da Da da. I'm like okay so we're driving and then all of a sudden she's just like so. What are you doing after he dropped them off MIC DRP? You all Off when he dropped you all off I am going to go home to my fiance. And that's where I'm going to a new sad because it was not an attractive woman. That was not my type. How about Donald say unattractive ultimately not my type has an married with five gets no this is like Nah okay thank you but no thank you any dudes? Well I did Dr Neil Sadaqa and his boyfriend to a to a show and his boyfriend was very like well. He's going to be busy. Are you going to hang out out. It wasn't like. Are you gonNA hang out while this is happening. Why leave anything behind? It was market. You're going to hang out and it was like Can I blow you hang out kind of that's kind of what got alphabet but then again that's just my perspective right right. You can see those words but I was like no I got it right back the city. They got another run after this. I was like Oh like like he's put off that. Good of a vibe ask and you gotta understand to this is like I put on eighty pounds doing this job because of the stress I would work like twenty hour. Days are be available twenty hours. I should say many days I should not have been behind the wheel like we had to do. A log. Like truckers trucker's. Do I'd been a lot of fucking trouble. You ever some days where I was just like Oh shit I need to stop. I would say in my head. You need to stop locks lever lever. Whatever out of it and I didn't have any friends that were into Ritalin or adderall? So that wasn't an option there but that's when I when that started happening I was like no I need to get at least eighty six hours of sleep before I can do this. No no you can just put some cold water in your face. And you'll be fine. Mike Dan Towards the end to I would just sleep through my alarm. My wife my my fiance wife. Now we're just like you need to go and I'm getting a call from my boss like you need to pick this guy up. He's wondering where you're like. Well He's twenty minutes way so we're going to miss his flight. I guess because again this is before you had to be in an airport. Two hours early for we could show up half. Are we going through the Airport I didn't ask. This was Ernie Dress Code. As far as being a driver agenda they want us to wear black slacks. Black Jack Jacket in white undershirt. So basically I since I worked at the hotel that was almost the exact same thing. I just had to buy a black black jacket. So that's what I would wear and then at when I started gaining I actually grew out of a Jack and I didn't even notice it because that's my one day a lady that I saw thought like for buying gas. I just got to know all the people like the essay by the airport Some of the nicest people for what they have to go through and she was just like your jackets all messed up. What's going on? I was like well like I just blew out the side. No one had told me. I don't know how long that's been that holder and they're just like so I had to buy. Did you have one of the driver hats at least right right now. I wish a limo driver little now. No no no but I did do my hair nice and I got. I would've qualified to wear a hat. Who is the the the grossest person you've ever had to drive like either body odor or behavior or all of behavior in the vehicle? I'm August Kirby's like gross philandering side but a lot of these are going to be covered by Mary Lou. Okay well maybe we should save that one. Then I'll save it will save that. We'll see we'll go back to that question if we talk about her You said Rich assholes Aaron running was was one of the notes here. was definitely wasn't Jerry ball other Aaron running things And they would just just they were trying to impress their friends so everything had to be beyond perfect okay and it's just like you gave me a list bought what you asked me to. And they're like. Yeah but these flowers are the type that I are. These are are in full bloom and I was like well. They're the best bash. They had told me to go. So you need to call them not me and so this these kids who again like the dot com or these kids who hate their job but they love the money so they're just an asshole to everybody. I I had a guy fall asleep on the floor. And then he got mad because there was a pothole. Oh you asleep on the floor of the down because he knew if I had to had to hit the brake or something he wouldn't fly in so he's lay down on the floor and I thought okay I'll be good and then hit a pothole. And then he just sat back up and he just berated me like fucking how trying to fuck and sleeping. You're getting every Goddamn Tamp fucking potholes like we've been driving for a half an hour and that's one so I think we got a pretty good ratio. Is that a liberal reply that you gave or can you. Yeah I was like what are you gonNA. Do you want me to pull over the fucking car on the freeway. You're going to get out or you know I'm going to let you know I don't I'm not GonNa take like this you know I'm almost three hundred pounds at this rate I. I'm going to be okay. Have you ever WanNa take a swing at me. It's your problem but I'm just like I would tell my boss Austin some people I would just be like. I'm never fucking driving that fucking psychopath ever again and then my boss would be like. I'm on a ride with somebody so I've talked about this later like find. I know it's that person. I've been bitching about alleged. You weren't one of those people that just like oh it's a it's a star are wealthy well but at least a good question was what what was the most Aggressive interaction that you had with a client that you were driving biggest fight arguments they usually did you give them the car. Like I'm taking you back. I gotTa drop you off. Get the fuck out of my car. Any of that shit got close to that. Okay so one. Big moneymaker for for me especially it was Christmas light tours. Yeah I had to you know. Read the paper. This is before the Internet. which would allow me to event versus if you notice it when he came up but there's a house Kind of right when you turn off Rockford to come on my street. It's right hand side and the big line of trees and there's a big a house kind of tucked away in the back there and have horses and shit like that. It's very nice Nice House but they go fucking insane on Christmas decorations. Yeah and then they become like part of these tours for these LIMO. Bus Call both sides of the street. All fucking November and December and we had come through there and you see that steep hill coming up there. We got the ingratiate. These people going three miles an hour fucked looking here with. There's Limos Limousine buses fucking. Oh you would have been cussing me out. y'All been cussing me out anywhere. I'm sorry near that. No no no. You're not there would be neighborhoods. That would do that. One House is awesome. We'll put seven. That's what it is to get the guys across the street. They like what they're trying to keep up with has got like a whole show. And they're like tune into nights seven point Jerry in here these fucking stupid Christmas songs up plugging hate it. Yep but I'm exactly what I would do and we would find out what the hot hotspots were right. And then they're like all you want to go two hours all right. Well I'm GONNA drive you around for two and a half to three hours because it's the holiday season Jojo doing in the back of your car there. Are they literally. Just look because it just the idea of it even as dumb but no. It's a very sweet. There are a lot of time. They're just they're just yeah they're noggin talking it up but they're just getting together just having a good time they they're like hey put on some Christmas music for us by it was always very wholesome but I had to juggle sometimes swith clients and pick up a guy who I know. I know kids birthdays. I want to pick up the airport and then I drop them off in God. I'm trying yeah I think so. I dropped him off your neighborhood somewhere just down the street not too far away for the nicest houses are but then now I gotta go fucking Andover and pick up this family but now it's snowing Elwyn so I'm slow. I'm I'm a half an hour late and this fucking seventy five year old guy. Who doesn't have a jacket on? You're trying to ruin ruin her. God Damn Christmas and his family. His family did what you just did. They're all just like no dad. GRANDPA knoll just just stop. And he's got Christmas and my boss like I told my boss because he call okay so he called my boss. My boss Got Ahold of me. How do you get to that point in in your head in your mind? We'll just aren't healthy like I said they're trying to impress their friends. That's my bosses just like you know what I'll pay for the hours Wayne but just don't charge them anything. Just it's the holiday. She was very she was religious with a bag dildos. It was pretty funny but she was just like. Just just. Don't try to delos across. Let me those were God. I'm going out to a weekend with my friends. Stop by my my house. Let my dogs out like right next to the doors. Garbage bag full of double headed down just like that kind of party. All right all right but anyway so I told us that he's he's losing his shit on me and I'm just like Sir look. We're not going to charge anything. I just WanNa make I just want to ruin your night. Let's just get in the car. Let's go to have a good time. He's like you think I'm getting in your fucking car and his whole family just as like. Oh we'll get my car start shuffling in and he's like Cohn embarrass me in front of my family there in the car. Let's go. He just goes. Oh Okay and and just like that snap now is just the sweetest guy cops in there had a good time took him to like my favorite spots. We were out for you. They were they were supposed to our. I did three and a half hours with them because they were they were being. They were having fun he had his flask. Thermos of good stuff. Get Out of the car. Has Me Four hundred under bucks. He's like Merry Christmas. Like you piece of Shit but he also made clear to me. That was awful. Nature is whole family sought though of course so so just because he found it or Bamn and he just goes. Oh and here you go. Mary here are these four hundred dollar bills. I'm I'm getting Dushi but yeah it was just like humans are fucking girls man. You did that made me think of another question What what about medical emergencies with with clients? In the car like Chirac's luckily it did not have any medical emergencies No I never did. I mean I've never had anybody throw up in their. I've found some fun things in in the in the limo after driving people off because this limo also had one of those many. TV's that had the VCR. But I could never get that thing to work because when I would wait around or something like that. Like the antenna didn't really work. It was kind of machete TV. I'll put it in a vhs. Got Some movies at home and it doesn't work that great cleaning out the LIMO. Look over at that thing and it's kind of a jar. The little flap flap. Because there's a tape in it. Oh eject nothing Egypt. Oh that's not even work and I can't even get it out so I have to Jimmy it out and there's an orgy porn and I'll just like anyone I think back to it. I'm pretty sure it was a stringers really that they had them. So you're driving around there watching porn back trying to because I know that. TV sucked because when it played on the TV for me it was. It was just what you would see. What the wobbly lines wasn't good but I just like orgy far turn? So what was the racial demographics or the orgy for a plethora quite diverse to say. We'll say everybody was included. Gosh I'm very awkward. Just gay porn really well. Whatever you're into it floats your boat? I can't think you're GONNA watch it with your wife. Whatever whatever you like but then other times on a troy ounce of silver coin back there too nice? No idea who's it was because it was like I cleaned it that worked finders keepers versus that works. I was well I call my hey. Didn't recall asking for a coin. That's all I said Aucoin. She was like nope. Well if someone does have aucoin I didn't tell you what it was. I still so have it. And he don't have no clue ninety nine. You've been quite a bit of money off that it's worth maybe fifty bucks. Yeah I was GONNA say yeah back then back then is trading three or four dollars dollars a looked like Oh. That's not much so it was a cool little coin. I mean that's a big big coin but I was just like Oh shit some guy. What was the other? No weapons no weird drugs. Oh I did find A Bud okay but it just I was was like the car not smell. That's what I thought was weird. So bad we'd edit up being some really old old old old shit some guy dropped. I know some of the some of the listener questions I've got are or about drugs and stuff in there. I WanNa see those for when we read those questions. But I've heard some people with some real runny noses before going. That's what you're asking right. Here's what I hope it's going to be as interesting as as the name Reverend Billy Graham Dude Sweetheart really say I picked him up from his private. I have a jet. Of course he was with five other gentlemen who are in suits. That are probably worth more than my car. Billy comes out in overalls and a baseball CAP. He demand and I don't mean like in a rude way either. He just demanded to sit in the front because he gets less carsick gets. It's in the front seat. Turns me goes how are you doing today. I'm Reverend Billy Graham fucking Nice Dude. That's all I could think of. What a sweetie and then trigger every Dick no no just super just burnt? He didn't really say I'm saying that because I can't remember if he's one of the ones D- so many of these have been caught these guys I've ever heard about this gay he. I wasn't believed all the good stuff real he was. You know he he was if you read about him and this was a good dude that was into religion because basically he he owns like three suits total in his for C.. Would wear a suit wore out. Spend money frivolously but just he worked Goddamn overhauls than baseball cap to travel. Because it's comfortable. He tried to pray for you or anything no no he. He didn't push anything on me. He would just a very very very pleasant human. Okay I was just like Oh God this. We're all like disappointing story that you've told the most disappointing thing but just the fact he just turned me just like how are you doing today. In either talking about religion was there any other even if they weren't aren't famous Winnie other People who were Uber religious tried to you know. See if you're save trying to you know. Try to convert you. Do any other related occasional just like well like I said when I when I drove that music group. That Chris and Jake and some of the Vikings guys flew in and they were all from all over Hawaii. One guy was from Spain some because they were from all over the place they came together Only a couple of weren't douchebag on that one but they got the found Jesus in it but it wasn't it wasn't like well you're going to burn in hell if you don't like him in the truck of the Limo right now. What do you think I know my neck pickup address? It would help me a lot. You know this is the occasional just like a Sunday you found. He's he's like a that's A. That's your fucking icebreaker way. Better Shit to talk about the Ag Watch Simpsons last night way. Better episode the Psalms. I'll tell you what here's what I from your list that I don't even get the reference. It says trucker from leisure LASORDA's own alone. I'm sorry I'm an idiot. That's what how I typed it out. Don't you made at one word so okay so that again people get money and they wanNA treat themselves so they get a limo and then the truck or you're talking about literal truckdriver talking about this guy looked and smelled like fucking truckdriver down unless you're Minnesota which is about an hour and a half south picked US dude up wearing just a shitty t-shirt dirty jeans look like he needed a shower and he goes. We're going to the Strip club and I was like local Cole. This is GonNa be fun. I've been in small towns strip clubs. They are fucking blast. He Goes No. We're going to downtown. Minneapolis Shit in in my head. I'm like you're aware you're paying like one hundred and fifty bucks just to get to the club and then one hundred and fifty bucks get back because you're charging dollar one hundred bucks an hour plus you want me to hang out with you now now. And he's like yeah you're six hundred bucks and we're going to hang out and then he's like I just got a big pay job and so he went to got into the VIP and and let me make it clear to my wife. Loved it when I would go to a strip club because I would call her. Let her know I'd be home waiting. It'd be like a Strip club I just didn't I just don't care for the loud and out Y You get you get to the point you if you go into them enough you told us this is fucking horrible. Yes yes the first experience. Yeah Third V v Hunt Fiftieth time. Fuck in how. I always equate it to my very first paid job. I worked at a donut shop. Okay fucking fat. Obviously fucking donuts and since regained my love for him but after working there for six months like fuck doughnuts. Yeah they're just fucking gross. You walk the shop. And you're like Oh God it's the same thing with stripped pussies fresh nasty. They're both glazed. Tails Glitter I. Actually I've made friends with some of the strippers would sit at the bar and hang on. Hey how's it going to school without at us and that and that that kind of Shit but this okay so we're sheiks. which is at the time was was was the premier and it's a really cool? It's like an old library. It's a really cool building heading into the lounge which is because there's very little reading. There's no good on only Braille nipples the exact so we hang out there and then he gets these two strippers to hang out with them and they're doing dances for him. He's throwing money at him and these are not to be rude not the cutest strippers and they're working at sheiks. There's other strippers walking around with. Stay shift or was his night. You know this nightshift this nightshift. That's interesting and then he's talking to we're hanging out there and I'm born on my fucking skull. They WanNa talk to him to know he's paying Dan. You just talked to him just hanging out. No pretend to like that guy. Yeah no just play with that guy's deck. Pretend you WANNA play with that guys. I'm just I'm just. You're trying to see what books look interesting. And so so he runs out of money and they kick them out of the VIP because he's is not spending enough money to stay into the lounge area really and he's like we'll wait. Wait those girls are said. They're gonNA come back with cocaine and that bouncers like they left a half hour ago and he's like no no. I just talked to them. You know that was like forty five minutes ago you you need to leave a half an hour ago and they. They already left did he. Give them money to get the cocaine. Is that one understanding hole with how much money he had been giving them just to hang out with him. The money being spent I guess it was implied. Or somehow that was this is the first day and that he not what the fucking game of do the first time in a Nice Strip club. I would say this guy may have been born the Strip club so I drive them back and he's just quiet shit now because the whole way up there he's like Oh man the roads been good. You know in not not a boring fashion talker. But a chatty Cathy way back dead silent buyer's remorse remorse. Yes yes yeah. That's pretty much. Everybody who leaves a strip doesn't fantasies over so and then I drop them off and I'm like all right man. Well you have a good night and he gay man. I can't tip you you know. I spent a lot of money on us at the club and I just was like bus. You and then just. I don't even think out the door shut before took off with like whatever but I got paid ten bucks an hour to hang up at hanging out at a strip club hall any any because he gave you six hundred well that any clue how much he's spent in total the whole time time he had fifteen hundred. Okay to start the night off with so so there's working security and club. That's kind of a modest amount. How long we were there? Okay yeah so I was the only one he gave me was the six hundred just for the time and the trip and he spent nine hundred bucks as as as little as he made. It spent more ninety. Nine is a truck driver. That's probably at least a week's pay at least if not two weeks well he. He was dogma bag rate he'd had a great hall. He had a really great week. Really Good Halsall also like all right. Well that's why you want spend your fucking money to right now. I'm getting paid. Okay now I want to jump to the because I want to save those last two stories the years that are the in the big stories that you have on work referred to some of these questions that are fine and listeners and friends on facebook world had sent us This first one is from. I know this guy. And this is an alias. Woody Boyd is his name you know him to actually What are the things that you in quotes? Turn a blind eye to that. Aren't necessary legal. And if those things were allowed where they allowed because because of personal decisions like wanting a bigger gratuity or were they kind of unwritten things for the company when he first started I picked up these three reduce well-dressed in they were like. Hey we're going to go to this bar. which wasn't a good bar we're in uptown? So there's no great bars at at this time. No fancy bars. They go on their comeback. Now there aren't any in there. Let's go to this other bar their payment by the hour. I'm GonNa Shit Okay. All right. She's GonNa come with us. We we go to the the pharmacy. I was like What fucking pharmacy? And then the whole time. She's sitting there. She's he's like. Yeah I'm a I mean I'll suck you off but you ain't fucking me but y'all got to wear condoms and all in what the prostitute tooker what's happening we've Lady of the of the evening Shit. Oh Shit so she goes with two guys and the one guy that hired me. He's all like Mammal. Yeah well fuck that bitch all night. I can't come up guys can't tell me this is what happened if I know this. This is happening if we get busted. WE'RE GONNA lose the CAR. I'm going to go to jail now. That's that was GONNA lead into. My question was how does that work if you're just out in some three three. Apparently I know I can say I don't know but they're going to go. Yeah sure you didn't know like if it says in the back says they pull over right here and it happens to be a lady standing on the street corner. We found his sister. I don't care who she is. Fuck do I care but yeah once once once I was like Oh this is a fucking hooker rich. But she came back and he's like I don't like any of those condoms. Take me back to the the bars ain't happening fucking picky hooker. That's right spots. Have a brand preference or your sponsored by Dudes at one time. Yeah maybe that's the thing too but I told my boss and she was like what did you do. I need to stop. Because I'm could you know we can get in a lot of trouble. Should give God damn right okay. We can get some trouble okay. I was going to say no you're supposed to. I thought it was funny at first because I knew it could happen but when I told her she really got into the serious mode about like we could lose the car. Are We lose their licence. You'll go to jail. I'm going to jail for somebody getting Shitty Dick as long as it doesn't interfere with your last two stories. Don't want to spoil those at all was there ever A sex going on that you knew for sure was going on back there no because there was a partition that could go up. I couldn't see through and as long as I hear anybody screaming painful or out. You're not I didn't hear I didn't hear the the orgy tape going inside. I mean there's yeah a couple of problems some heavy kissing okay but no actual sexing happing on but like I said there were some runny noses before going into bars. No Smoking was ever allowed in there so there was never any. We'd smells or anything like that but I mean yeah it was pretty good. I mean that that hooker one is probably the only one I was like. Oh Fuck I'M GONNA alien trouble for this year but Otherwise yeah I mean the coke dudes Welker do what about the complete opposite has wherever like couples that were in there and they were just losing their shit shit with each other. Oh God Yeah Oh God yeah. They're angry rich people they together because of money and a hate each other and their kids are still. I think I drove a couple of couples to They're like therapy or some shit's a couple of times because they're quiet the hallway drop them off a place come back an hour or later and they're screaming at each other hallway back like. Why would you tell her that? Dot Com okay. So so money doesn't fix everything. No no money now. This next question is from our good friend and former Guests of the podcast a comedian Darryl Horner and I think you've kind of already answered this but just a a chance to to recount or maybe something you've remember after the fact what is the worst thing you ever had to clean up and what is the best thing ever left in one of the limbs. Yeah again I I guess I left us out with. The korey stringer wife like that. There was a small fry but she also left the dirty diaper in there. I mean it Louis neatly put together but I was just like a fucking bullshit to walk to your house and you're gonNA leave this here. I think that's why I looked back smell in that kick and tailed that I would have took it melted. Hey you left the car. No you probably wanted it. Just returning your property. Yeah Oh and the nicest thing I would say that troy ounce of server silver an orgy tape and it was a pretty good urge tape you sit at home. Watch the tape and flip the coin in her head I'M GONNA say this I don't know I don't know this person For his name. Kim gentlemen Any special tips or or forms of payment to include but not limited to just the tip think addict reference. I'm assuming this lady who we're GONNA talk about should do grocery shopping and then by too much of high end stuff so I have been given twelve pounds of like like premium. Pecans have been given ten just regular. Transient pecans fantastic right. Do you like Pecans at all I do. And they're Pricey Pricey. They're not cheap. No so she special ordered them. I mean they were big. They were like small golf balls. They were good sized Pecans but she would just feed the squirrels upper the cabin. She had too many and she decided. Give me twelve pounds. I was like well. That's that's pricing. Yeah that's a lot of fucking pecans and and then. She gave me some shrimp that. Our cat didn't like Jiffy secondhand cat. Food is what you dislike. I won't get too deep into this woman. Okay let's we'll we'll get to her but But yeah I mean foodstuff was. was there anybody that was like negotiating with you. Like I don't have enough money for another hour but I'll give you a coke girl girl I'll give you whatever you can come back to my restaurant and get a free meal anything like that. Any GMO theaters. I never ever got offered drugs ever half the adventure of doing that. Job With a Kinda SORTA insinuated a threesome. Is that count as a temp Eh. Couldn't could cash that one. Yeah no I mean I I know I just didn't have to deal. Wish those upshur Smith guys would have been all against Moxie. Yeah but that's you tickets. Vikings tickets timber wolves tickets. Twins ticket did get. I did get those. Were the good seats uh-huh Vikings tickets. You sit with wives because it's the family stuff and I it's in the end zone so you can see the whole to the side. It's on the end zone. Twins tickets are back just up above the bullpen where we sat in then tipples tickets were bike. Three seats off of the court so three rows off the off the court so everything was decent free. That was going to ask you about because I didn't notice any timber wolves player on your list of people you daddy drove. I drove Sam Mitchell once. Okay Super Tall Dude. Noth with nothing exciting. I just drove into an interview drove home. That was it. No big. I derive was their their TV announcer. I can't remember his name for life of me but I drove him like every other week him and his wife Super Nice Guy. That's the guy that would give me the timberwolves tickets and then it just got into. I just wasn't in the basketball I would go and then I would hang out enough. Just go hey thanks so much in. My wife thinks someone based on their last few seasons. It'd be pretty fucking insulting again. Yeah well doesn't they've never had I mean one Edwin good season with Kgan he got the MVP onto never met insert. Sam Mitchell was the only one player I ever met but there was just that announcer. Dude I think you tell me how the Sam was was he just nothing just just a tall guy nothing out of the ordinary and just drove him to an interview drove home. He lived in a modest house. This nothing out of the ordinary This one might make kind of tailored to the story you just told about the hookers but Jerry asks what part part of what part or what town Slash scenario that a client has been taken to for drug deals indoor illicit behavior. That's the the last guy. We'll talk about that question. We can lead right into aren't so hold on German. That's coming up in the last two stories Erica well. This isn't really a question but this kind of I I think we're kind of answered that already but I'll just re ask it again to to get his question. There's like he's been there done that so apparently done job before. He said the money is good but he said Zero uh-huh respect and I think you've already disproved that. I think you've had some people who were even famous people who good to you right. I mean it's just they're humans are all different just some people get stupid stupid about the stupidest shit and some people. Just good people out there. it's surprising who does tip. Who doesn't tip sometimes? Ah You're just like Oh you fifty bucks for the half hour here you go. Do you remember what your what's your highest dollar tip was that will that will get an okay lady. Last story is GonNa all JOE ASS. Has he been given The in quotes. Keep this yourself. Keep this to yourself money as as in you possibly assault something trying to buy your be quiet if if anything it may have been off of my boss in her indiscretions is with certain clients. Because she also wasn't just banging Kirby really some other clients and one client even told me this guy who's clean cut you know. He looked like a Mormon t tell me about her for a second. Tell tell me about her physical appearance because I mean we shouldn't judge people by the physical but we're dudes so so tell me she an attractive active lady was she fit where she was. What was girl next door? She looked ten years older than she actually was. And this is when a Kirby's CONQUISTA Kirby's concourse you would not have suspected her. I guarantee you if there was a lineup Z.. Bang and you'd be like well not that one. But she came into some money she bought the majority of the company off of a guy who worked for her because he got in a car. Accident killed a couple people because he fell asleep behind the wheel so so she took on the company in she made good money doing that. if mathworks thing back then I guarantee as she would really really been on it but she's always angry about everything she would want me to drive like I live in North Bloomington and you'd want me to drive up to force lake to pick pick up the car do odd job drive that car back to her house. Drive my car down to the other bosses and then confused the rest of the day and I was like you want me to drive right for three fucking hours to do a job in covering expenses or fuel or anything for you and your personal vehicle fucker. And so she was like what do you mean. That's just Komo. Am I doing that. She would do preposterous shit like that. Maybe bipolar I don't know she dev definitely wasn't mentally stable but she would just do shit like that all the retiring to test me or but I would just fuck you know. I'm not GonNa do you know how the other prominent names of people she was banging besides Kirby now they no they weren't I don't I wouldn't say it prominence. They were just client. You wouldn't know who they would know Adam Dick's go. Oh but that one guy that guy was talking about like He. He just mentioned it one time he was talking about any how she just brought up like sex and she's like oh I'm ready to go. I'm ready to go right now. And he was. Yeah that was a weird thing to say wall. That's when my brain just want like now it all makes sense like at the end of the movie the reveal and just like it makes sense. I got that's actually a goddamn monster shoes. This is Obviously an alias. How people get away with having these names on their facebook profiles but whatever? His name is is Kinky tails Oh yeah. That's his name. I'm like him given name Brownie. No Pony maybe. I don't know I don't know I don't want to pick on him if he has a Brownie but if he is one good anyway His question is GonNa look using us as more hookers than Girlfr- girlfriends. I'm assuming assuming that were you use to shuttle more wives around or where people using you to shuttle their mistresses. Rounder would have known that really was I really wouldn't. Yeah I mean I ain't just those three dudes and that one hooker is the only one I know for a fact because I know a little something about hookers and I'm assuming they're not you know they're selling themselves to somebody they call up and say. Hey I want to order you. And then they come to him or her They're going to provide their own transportation tation and they're probably not going to splurge on a limo when they could just take a cab or for the enhance hooker. I don't know I've heard stories like Oh you want me to come over send me a car wreck shit. Yea I only really tell you one time workers more than an and mistresses. I don't know I mean I didn't get everybody's whole family's there could have been Adam ass As a Cabbie on the graveyard shift. I'm I'm always asked. What's the weirdest thing to happen? Mine is hearing the sloshing of two extremely large Edit his how you worded this a little bit Two extremely large large lesbians Dildo each other Diddley dealing with. Yes that's right. Yes me putting my own thoughts into this right here since it sounded. Like a paraplegic. Doing dish. I love are listening group. So was his legs makes nice to and get it. People are drunk What was the weirdest thing would you? Would you count the weirdness of there were maybe balls into into the last two stories. Just I mean just people basically coming back from divorce rare P. and all that shit yeah I mean and from all the stories that you can hear about. I mean it's pretty tame from what has happened. I think a Lotta because it was a high end service. I think a lot of people behave themselves a little bit more it. It would be my guess on that but I mean just the shooting things people make a mess. Don't clean up after themselves or don't tip after leaving fucking mass Drive and uh-huh just they paid for two hours but what they had to do only took an hour and forty five minutes so now they're just like Oh let's go to white castle now in a limo. That can do that. Let's fucking I can do it. But the other thing about this prototype vehicle. The back windows enroll down so your downside like I said cool the game. They were driving at coffin. The AC worked once in a while one year. Oh just sometimes you get that person who thinks they're in charge the whole thing like set up the whole back like I know how the switches had to go. Oh they weren't labeled right again prototype so it's like Ac's going it's nice and cool fucking asshole gets in the back. First thing he does. Click Click. Click Click Click Click. Click turns up the heat. John Hi some fucking how and now every scream at me and Mike. It's these switches will. Why did you do that and like I fucking heard you switch them? Click Click. Don't touch shows. Also I'm GonNa have drive around the block. Get all that hot air out. So I'll be right back or prototype. I'm sitting in front of the church. Wedding is ending Radiator hose blows because I'm standing there and just like let's sloshing sound. That was the same as the Christmas Guy. You ruin in our winning. No mother believes you going to get out vehicle here right now in. I am serious okay. I'll get ready. You got a phone for me because we don't have cell phones on Roja Lady happened to weddings ended in divorce anyway. So what we did for them. We gave them like take several hours for free and I drove them around the lakes and stuff like that and they were they were super cool about they were just add happens though. She's always angry about everything out. Ah so they recall about it but yeah I just I actually felt that was probably the one time just like fuck everything because I did. I really felt bad but they were cool as shit about it is it was just the mother was like what was her wedding. Just I can't yell at her. She's wearing a dress. Is that the only time that a vehicle breakdown on happened as a as a limo driver. No the town cars always had to leave Mon- because there's Times turn it off going to the store comeback out fucking won't turn over really. It's the weirdest shit would happen with these cars. By the time you were driving with just beat to death to an in great shape they were maintained. I take them into the shop if I took. Oh come into the shop and get paid by the hour just to wait for him and the bosses new head would friends family brothers would fit shit for cheap forum. They were taking care of just. It's just shit happens Some of the worst ones we would drive people down to the Mayo Clinic and there was one winter. The heat decided wasn't GonNa work in the car car while so I drove from the airport to Rochester and back with no heat in freezing limo was fucking. Yeah I'm glad it wasn't negative zero but these people were from believe Middle Middle East warmer climate. So they're already freezing right and I'm just like how faulk everything Two more here of the listener questions here. I think he kind of already answered this one too early enough. This is a question it says does sex limo earn a lot of extra tips. You didn't really have that at though I didn't have to worry about that. No I mean anybody if they left a mess I would assume but if it's nice and clean I don't give a shit didn't buy try to like ask you ahead of time to do anything thing. Inappropriate and Bagley WANNA fuck the shit out of my wife and I are anything again. There was a higher end set. I think people just I did. And I've been asked by other clients to like. Hey It's been fucked on this go. There's a weird stain back here. I don't have the car all the time so I think geography might have have a lot to do with it too. Like if you're in certain in Vegas you'd probably get a lot more weird stories in La here we have a meat raffle in back of here. It's a real Minnesota taste bingo numbers you on the back of the seats. They're pool soule tabs. Yeah get my cheese head out of the trump last one here kerr and again. This may be a crossover some stuff. What's the grossest thing you've ever seen a celebrity do and are they really lizard? People got down on first part art that yeah yeah they are okay if you smoke. The Shit's their kids had. Oh Man God their litter people but yeah no no. I'm just their celebrity there. Nobody the hand. I mean some of the younger Viking kids leaving an event would you know can't call ladies and then again the back window didn't roll down so that takes away a lot of Great player factor on that. But you did your unit have the Sunroof Monroe. You couldn't stick on. That's you if that happens you're supposed to slam on your brakes and pull up beside the road the day. They're not allowed to do that. But we had a moon roof in there but yeah no no he's he's like hey slow slowdown man. Hey unlocked the door unlocked the window. It doesn't roll down opens up. The back player is just left old. All game has fallen out of that back door. That was the question. I was trying to remember. Did you ever deal anybody who try to use you as a prop to like this is my the driver. You know that kind of you know. Try to play it up a little bit too in brought you into the fantasy so it was. I think the closest thing to that there wasn't like a personal dry but this one guy was being very very nitpicky about everything like he's like he's make sure the car wash to like get the wheels shiny all that got it back him down everything and I was just like. Oh it's GonNa be like he's going on a date or something fun like that shit he gets in there and he's just picking lint off of the carpet and I'm just like what is happening. This is you can tune nitpicky now. Fuck is happening. Pick up this girl. who was Outta Oughta his leg and I'm just like if we hadn't picked her up at an apartment complex I'd well yes one was a fucking hooker? And then we go to the house us in Hopkins in on the window it says. Will you marry me in Mike. And she just looks at him and goes. We talked about this and I was just like oh Family is in the window to like you can see like like it was so like years a Limo Komo for you. Here's a house for you your family's here. And she just we talked about this all rushing and then she took that ice could pick and stabbed him in the heart. So how did what action after that point was get out. We're going to go. I was supposed to drop you guys off. I'm not going to be a part of this. I gotta like I just left by problem. fucking brutal really really WANNA pricky was being the whole time I am too and apparently I was like well. She should have said yes. There wasn't so much fucking bag. That fucking monster saw joey. Oh Oh you just ruined my. It was nice. Holy Shit. That's that's That's on him though because if they totally if they talked about it yes clearly and apparently from while he was a fucking rented. Limo isn't going to change that shit because it was kind of that magical. No they're not especially I would put together. I mean you could see where it was bonded back. I mean it wasn't can you could walk up to it and be like this is really paint because there's kind of a bond of thing going on here but ah but after she said. We talked about this. I was like Oh. He was rambling about something about having had proposed to her before now now now now that she says that's because he correct so I kind of yeah. Okay whatever Blah Blah Blah and then. Oh Shit this is not the first time he's proposed to her and he just thought a house in the women was going to do it off. off-the-cuff Dude Holy. Well he he tried to do before. And his jeep wrangler net worth so. Let me get a limo. That's going to fix all this shit cure so much. It's like that first one. I got Janet on all right we got we got two stories left. Close close the episode on in these are the are the The gold and silver standard of your limos stories. These are the ones my wife brings up all the time. Okay so would you say the Chicago Tribune Lady is the second best yeah. She's a second best so we'll start with her because she is when you talk about Disgusting Smelly Appearance Wise Personality. She was all of those just to. These are the note that he'd sent me on this one. Mary Lou Heiress to Chicago Tribune. Hyun best tipper fattest cats yes so I have no idea what tax to the vet. I did everything for this lady. Okay everything I mean. I hung out with their sometimes and she would always make certain. I knew sex was not going to happen. That's a I I'm I'm in my mid twenty s she was in her mid sixties ladies and she looked like she was in her mid eighties always had a cigarette in their today had not she had kind of a speech impediment adamant to like or they kind of do the lip Kinda bounces. Babbel's kind of talk about that but the puffy cheeks to show that jiggled to all. She talked so her head. Look like ads. You say your name. Oh that's Wayne it's one syllable. It's easy just waiting waiting. Yeah but it would never stop. And she'd never stopped talking. Just always wait. We're going to go right now. We're we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA catch but don't get them all like you do all the time but you always had that cough too because we're not making fun of defect. We're making fun of the situation. And she was an asshole but she was the only client allowed to smoke in the cars and she smoked the cheapest smelly. It's not like she linda just because she's so wealthy that the dislike well fuck it. We got a yeah well. She used us all the time all the time and again that's how the world works man. I got the most money you can smoke any anyone into well. She she'd she'd been using US before I started working there in the moss was okay so it's okay with me grocery shopping for because she lived the two who blocks from me realize the weird part so go to her house hang out with their play with her twenty eight pound cat to the the small one and it was agile. It would jump up on the counter next to me and be all. Hey what's up buddy in this. She she bought special shrimp for this cat. Because it would flip over its dish if it didn't like what had for food same thing. I Yeah Right Nikki. Just wants all I would go on. SCAVENGER hunts for a certain type of food at all the PETSMART because they stopped making certain flavor the cat food company. When he was still going they were getting rid of the certain flavor which was the only one her cat like so I would travel four hours around town GonNa petsmarts trying to find this goddamn food trying to buy up the last remaining stock of this food? Yeah exactly that and then do grocery shopping for her This is a local stuff and I would do all that stuff and she like all right. Well here's you give this to your boss and here's yours until the boss would get whatever the rate was and here's four hundred dollars for your time really. Yeah that's crazy good money dude. And that's the only reason I put up with her. And then she had a cabin up in Turtle Lake and like I was saying she would special order these premium premium Pecans to give the fucking squirrels. She would have me go. Buy Pumpkins to give to the deer gun out there thrown out in the field smash them up. Oh you drove me up to Turtle Lake and back your six hundred bucks. Holy Shit is it. What do you have any idea? What she says? Era Of The Chicago area. We have any scale of let her wealth was we from my understanding. She got like fifty thousand a month chases in her where she lived was not. I mean it was. It's a nicer one in the area. It has security but she would blow through it because she would give the people she would over tip. She'd go gambling. She you know by sixty fucking dollars worth of trim for cats for a week and there was a couple of times where I driver. And she's like I just don't have I don't Oh have I didn't get my check. I don't have cash on Doug I'm fine. I mean how much money I made off you. That's okay so she was. Also the the the NASTIES and grosses to AH never stopped. Smoking always smoking so it was like a body Odor Deke. Bad and then armpits they never were. Aw A war. The BLAU didn't didn't win like fancy clothes. Were comfortable clothing shows. He wasn't you know wasn't wasn't dirty clothing but just just a human you look at and just like there's no way you're worth amount of money. You're talking about right now. Is that the house. Gross a hoarder or she she had like you know Orrick air filters she had three of them running all the time and then I would go buy a new filters for now my lifetime things. You're suppose to be able to rinse a mouches. Nah I don't WanNa do that. All right hundred and fifty bucks a filter go. Wow Big fucking fat cats would have to take the cats to the vets to get there but holes trim room because they can clean themselves. I also hall so you can relate. It's kind of kind of refreshing. It does feel good issue difference. Sorry he's talking about Sissy. The Free America podcast studio snake bit one in Sandwich. She's Sandwich or food that she she has an eight of their their friends. Now Guinea pig. They're just hanging out together. I'm sure Sissy likes it. 'cause there's the warm body in there she's getting feelings. Sorry would you say hoarder though. was there anything specific. Oh God damn times competing ones or was it. Chicago Tribune at least knows all competing. It was all local stuff guys And she would always read like the turtle because she wanted she would let because if you got a speeding ticket or pulled over anything would be in the newspaper and she'd read about it boss over one. One time was speeding through downtown. Holdover I heard about it like four times speed through here because your boss pulled over time. Ah Jesus fucking Christ but she would bitch about everything. Everything was not right. Everything was wrong. Oh here's five hundred bucks all right all right okay bye. Imagine what automative did everything right now. Starting to think. I'm saving her money for therapy rice. She's just like this is probably coughing to grant if I talked to a professional bitch at this kid who already hates his life would go. We used to go up to Turtle Lake Casino. Those are slots dollars. Really big ones and I'd play the five cents sense and I always want I'd I'd be put like ten bucks here. But she paid for lunch. She'd pay for everything but just she vegetables everything. She smoked she stunk. She's met like a cat woman does. That's the smell and she still alive. I'd be amazed early right now but Yeah she tipped right but God just not a happy human home. Sean The last story and read the note. Note that you'd sit me. Son of a venture capitalist for for Yahoo introduced him to strip clubs and helped him find crack. Tried to help you. Yeah so this could have been the whole epicenter but it could have well. I'm GonNa make it nice short. Says we talked a bunch about some stuff and we kind of a couple of spoilers but okay so this guy. Nothing special except for his double ponytail age about my age. You know what I'm GonNa say ten years old. And he was in his mid thirties ladies. Maybe super early forties. Maybe but dress like Miami vice in ninety seven ninety Andy Eight balding on top ponytail wife Double Double Ponytail. Why is the grease back? Kind of look like you had the Oil Belleville Five. And you're hearing you yes. Oh yeah you see them and you're just like do but he didn't carry himself well he was always hunched over. Like what a lot of the a video game kids look like now but so he was ahead of the game. Nice Guy Chatty nothing they would have made me think anything with special about him. Wife was super cute girl. Next door super cute supermodel. She was sweet. They lived in apartments in downtown Minneapolis. That I knew were not cheap so that was my first like Oh this guy does have money somewhere but I would pick them up from the airport pork because they like. Every other week they were coming back from Hawaii. They were coming back from Cancun. They were coming back from all these. You know Nice vacation spots and I know this because I could go inside and wait for him because it was pre nine eleven. Those are beautiful time to each other so one night are just get a call hole in my bosses. Hey Go pick up this guy. He just wants to hang out and I was like wants to hang out. Yeah he's he's what three hours just driving around daughter he wants to do. Yeah let's do that. Get in the car and we chitchatted. We've had nothing no outstanding conversations. But you know I'm I'm likable guy. I guess I just want to hang out. He's like man. What is there to do in this town? I mean I know I live here and stuff. There's not a lot to do and I thought he's like who would outstripping. I just thought he wanted to go to a strip club but he didn't WanNa make it his idea because he didn't want his wife to find out so I just I go all right. Which Strip Club do you want to go to? And he was like. Oh how many are there. I was like no no no no no no no no attack so he was the way he reacted with so honest I was like he did not want to go to a strip club until I said Strip club. God fucking dammit so we go to Rick's because I liked rix because it was smaller and I actually went to school with a couple of ladies that work there. They have a great lunch. Buffet always late at night though when I would go there. so He'd never have lunch buffets so we go there. He puts down ten thousand dollars and he gets these little coupons. I don't put it on credit. That's what he did. He didn't put a cash credit. So you got these coupons nonrefundable so you can use them as cash and then the ladies can cash on at the end of the night for really. That's how it worked and I'm sitting at the bar and I don't give a shit what's happening. He got a table to himself. Now there's six ladies hanging Out with them He. Apparently he wanted vanilla. Ice Cream in champaign. They didn't have an ice cream and he's like you better fucking go get got it right. Like that's how he told me he said it to the guy they went and got the no ice cream came back and they were all having a good goddamn time and at the end of the night. He's all like he's like. Oh Man I got like twelve hundred of these bucks left and I was just like you spent. Ah Eighty eight hundred dollars in three hours on vanilla ice cream in champagne he was like oh ladies were being fun and Nice and I was like the fuck fuck is happening in my life. Why what? Where's this guy? This is a different world road. You got that much money. Man is in a world that you it's a hard could manage. So he goes back back in their closing. He goes back. And he convinces them to give them cash back credit back for those boxes like I spent this much whatever. So the guy's a talker. He knows what to do but still dressing something like a fat Miami Vice. The guy's not shape. I'm just telling you this guy. Nothing honestly so goes club. We've done did the Strip club a couple more times. Because he wanted to go the other ones. I was this guy and he always tip well. which other ones that you go to remember? No we did. We did bricks and then we did Sheiks once and then there was another one showgirls. Yeah about Oggi's and I was like man. Those are two baby step. And just jump into that thing with your where you're at now but then there's one time I pick them up at the airport foot and fun fact for For listeners audiences The the hood and I'm saying that with with respect because the club I used to go to hang out and sell drugs now. was But if you go to past episodes of the first forty eight there was actually actually a murder. That's centered around that club So there's a lot of history involved in that time commercial for them with fancy. Were you were in that commercial. It was I dress. Up Is Britney. Spears is Britney Spears in that one I was almost forgotten. What are you dress up as judge? I'm the duty stock into I must have. I've seen that before I've had because I know I've seen that commercial must don't remember. Oh he should. I looked it up when we get done all the stuff I've done in comedy. That's the only thing that's the only thing my dad called me and go. What the hell are you doing would you talk about? TV commercial. Where a strip club? I was like yes. I would expect that to be on like super late at night. When you're fucking bed? What the hell? How do you know what you're talking about? That's fancy rate. He's like the best on the planet. He's so wonderful right. My Dad's just that's that's what you fucking see me do your bitch I eh do whatever so. Listen I've got plans to get fencer especially international people who may not know who this another icon of Minnesota. How can fancy? He's as a wonderful human being but we're going to get him in the fogcast. Yeah my mind just look fancy. He does a lot of ad campaign he was in a super bowl commercial for Taco bell. Yeah the biggest thing he's done but he does does ads all over. If you've never seen a self made famous person. Yes this is this is it and God bless him for them to death so okay so Argued Okay so we did those strip clubs and then so what was it the same kind of behavior in the Strip clubs dropping. Jeez here in the money the other times but the ricks when he made it very clear that he dropped a lot of money but I think he may have went like okay. Maybe I should settle down a little bit. When you say venture capitals in Yala? uh-huh we'll get to this part of this is some of the the finding a few things out of gopher so okay so we did the circle of things a couple of times hanging out. I'm out of my skull. He's having the time of his life one time his wife didn't let them back in the house. He's I dropped him off. He says wait here. goes upstairs comes back down at all right. We gotta go to hotel. My wife walked out like okay mic. That's your first sign buddy down so then I pick them up from the airport and Dan. This is in the afternoon. What is did you ever see his wife? Yeah yeah she was she disproportionately beautiful. Yeah she was just a good looking woman solid ate. I'd never might type Taller Brunette woman. This guy hard six on a good day so pick them up from the airport. It's in the afternoon and he just goes. Hey let's let's get turn up here off a thirty six. I was like thirty six off. Thirty Five W. on the thirty okay. That's not how we get to. Your House is OK. Okay go towards Portland okay. And he goes. What are those guys? Look like I'm like those kids in the playground. They look like kids in a playground It's GonNa Grieve Right now. Go Oh up a little bit more like okay. He's not interested in those kids. All right good and then you see some kids on a bike and he just rolls down his window and he goes. Hey Hey you guys know where I can find some stuff and they just go there cops and just the opposite direction and I was like fucking. We're GONNA goes okay okay. I'll get out here. You go up the couple of blocks and I'll walk to you and I was like what the fuck is happening and I go. What are you doing what are you doing? He's like I'm just trying to crack like it was no big fucking dealer and you can't do that. You get in trouble. I'm going to get in trouble at the same thing I told the guys with the hooker. Right we can't do this. You'RE GONNA you can't do this with me you have to do with somebody. That's fine fine. I'm fine fine fine. Don't tell my wife kind of did the whole like somebody asks. Here's two hundred bucks. I didn't see anything anything. So that was probably the hush money right there so but then he took him in and he starts talking about how he smokes crack in Hawaii and he starts about how he smoked crack in the keys. I'm like yeah all right. Well apparently rich up the idea of smoking crack. Like it's one thing to smoke crack. But that's my fracking the keys away a tube in some steel wool. That's how you do it. I don't know the fuck ever dude. That's one of the ways I have. Never apparently it's the high rollers love. You drop eight hundred a strip club. BEAUGE steel wool taste. Clearly he'd been in that area before he was telling you giving me directions and just how he just directed me. I was like Oh fuck. He's been I was like Shit Shit home soon as he said that I was just like we cannot in this rain. Ninety seven ninety nine in that part of town. It's was a little bit more rough. It wasn't quite. Yeah it's still kinda rough but it's still he starts talking about and I'm just like what do you do he's like I'm doing anything. Like what do you Mingyi anything like. My Dad was one of the first investors in Yahoo and this is right around where Yahoo was buying up a bunch of shit for billions of dollars. I and I'm like what. Yeah I get a monthly allowance of one hundred thousand dollars a monthly allowance of one hundred. I thought that my brain's not even prosecuting the work as Adema fucking mouth. Like what the fuck are you talking in your doing drugs. And he's like well. You travel all over the place waist and get bored sometimes. Babol explains a gorgeous wife and that explaining like okay okay but But that was like the last thing I did the guy because I told my boss is like the. There's something wrong with this guy. And he's apparently the wife had talked to my boss about some stuff to kind of cut them off a little bit and then about three years after I got out of it my boss just called me up and I was like. Yeah he he oh deed he was in Hawaii. Oh deed lead on some stuff. He passed away and I was like And he just he just never you know money wasn't GonNa make campy and it's just like well that's not a great story you didn't have to work ever and and you still aren't happy. All Shit I know I was just like fuck I mean how much I WanNa make fun of it. It's just like yeah I mean and then his wife still all single into Sheikh is still get that hundred thousand. Wouldn't why not worth that at all. Now I'm sure that you guys are smart investor. I'm sure he's like Oh. And I'm just going to cash Ashley this motherfucker clearly the crack with a smartvestor which is investing smokable stock. All Fun well thank you for the story and welcome. Thanks for having me Ah Eh.

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Gerard Bertrand Crmant de Limoux Thomas Jefferson Ros 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:48 min | 11 months ago

Gerard Bertrand Crmant de Limoux Thomas Jefferson Ros 2017

"Cheap wider dot com. We're starting the holidays. One season went. French bubbles for not from this one's got kind of a long then gerard. Tran criminality lamu brute rosie. Thomas jefferson twenty-seven fien now. That's a long name complicated things going on. The mall is in languedoc southeastern france. Spain that are trained ocean on the east west. Lose up in the foothills and what they did is they done wet and made sparkling wine about one hundred years before champagne. Did now popularize sparkling wine. But they kinda sorta dead. Because that's where thomas. Jefferson came in and they found records from shallow. Tom's house and the only sparkling wine they had in his personal seller was a criminal de la mu cream on sparkling wine. Anything other than pain is kareem off so when he was having some fun with sally hemmings break out the bubbles they're drinking remove remodeling and monticello the got that going for but it's really kind of classy nice rate tasty and really good bubble. That's got the kind of the center dame. They have the same effect as salted pretzels at a bar. Restarting the pretzels. And you drink more beer while they're sitting in line. You don't need as you start drinking more one that's got that and it tastes great. It's mostly chardonnay. That's got shannon blocking got fifty percents pinot noir and chardonnay pinot noirs to staples of champagne and shannon block sparkling. Wine is one of my favorite. I don't get enough of it. He gets some really nice ones out of south africa. I think france should do more Yeah there should be more because certain block does sparkling one well and and it's in here. It tastes great. This is great tasting made bubbly. Build up the pressure in the bottle of champagne is way more than pretty much anywhere else. And that's why. I got bottle champagnes topic to canal for over and most places. You gotta shake it up a bit to do that and this has less pressure less intensity that kind because that really those little bubbles under pressure really make a difference on your palate list that this is more in line with maybe american bubbles. Which don't miss fears intense. But no less tough flavor that this kind of you know. I didn't think about it. It's got it makes you wanna drink it. Which i think is great. Things should be on sale for anywhere between fifteen and twenty with the holiday sales coming on. You could probably find some bargains here and there but it's a classic charles. Charles i meant Gerard retread they're like wine conglomerate group they they control the whole bunch of different chateau's and domains up in france and is one of their wines. They make really good. Wine is very good even though it has the mousse got a history goes back to the fifteen hundreds and pantaloon fifteen hundred. I mean this wine isn't from fifteen hundreds or anything and thomas. Jefferson didn't drink this wine. It's kind of like a shoutout to that. And it's from the same soils that the vineyards planet john in the same techniques. They helped found champagne caused the method they make. The wine is actually call the traditional nothing but they call the shopping. Lob the champagne. And it's not really it's affected it but they didn't make it. They're the ones that came up with. So there's a church for them. This fragile bubbles with history. Got american history because thomas jefferson their tastes. Great that's super expensive. Good ten to twelve fifteen up. Some fresh is just took another sip. And that's that great tasting bottle of bubbles from france girard schranz domenici amuse too rosy grew. Thomas jefferson and. That's it for me audio and by by more party wines. Coming up christmas winds and we'll talk to you in a bit audio snowbird out.

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Episode 12: "Well? Chop Chop!"

Comfort in Death and Darkness

1:15:46 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 12: "Well? Chop Chop!"

"You're welcome to you comfort. Who's doing well how? How would you like to? Oh how hello. Welcome to comfort. I am Dark Nash. I don't because of the subject Maso dog when he is so dark. I mean mine's Today minds quite broad So it's like well in death book mine is like look look into that soon anyway. So we haven't recorded since the beginning of September while the last episode didn't come out until the thirty the first of December but we're back release weekly even after a goal by myself. You do that. You'RE DICK WE'RE GONNA record weekly I'm committing to without Anyway before we get started hiding tyrod okay. What else is new? Louis Tainos hungry. I was cool cool cool. I'm executive him except not always called cold even when. I'm not cold still like a blanket for coziness Mike mcgraff dot so I came in ninety one like. Are you cold Judas Petty. No no no no. I'm like sufficiently will like well. Why if he comes blanket comfort very ambron sniping cozy cozy? I put me punch on and life is good. Life is good right. Well today. We're going to be doing thank you. I thought you'd never ask they give me a chance. I've been good I've since the New Year of being in the gym. Something's changed I got Jim James and someone's change where I actually want to go. Even though I feel like I'm dying afterwards like my former Mojo screaming at me a minute. No motivation dose Dukla China. Yeah I know neo get fed though. You don't have to know what I need to do his way into it but I don't want to like my food and I like being lazy. I was talking to imagine the body. I would have actually looked after I'd be smoking. Everyone everyone could say. Watch all as well as talking to the PT At at Morrison Training Today and he was saying that am when he was at his best when he when he looked he's best and when he was like he said competition ready. I think and I don't know what competition that means like I literally. Donald means bodybuilding. I don't think he. It was a bodybuilder book He said the strongest man definitely A. He's at that when he he was at his fittest that he just felt amis as in all the time. And I was listening to say this and I was like what do each of you woke up the Islamic off the morning Bang banged. Ease up ease ready ago. Said like if he had a stop work at five o'clock in the morning it wake up at Hof three run around these block twenty times. Then go to whom get showered and go work. I mean I know I'll try it though. I don't think I volume sleep more so eh buying exercise. DVD and watch it with some snuck type of person to person who played we on the Sofa. Yeah waddled controls drools playing tennis while you cheeseburger. Plus if I go on a diet went up do nothing like on facebook video and the kids got like the bigger in front of him. And he's like sniffs it but then eats apple and then sniffs the bigger and then eats up worse. That sounds horrible as like Burger. The Big Burger tastes weird right so today today on comforting to the Norden radio. It's PODCAST Leeann. What doing the ABC's or death and darkness letter? They was actually my. I know we need an eight. I don't do you remember what you did last time. It's been that long awesome Gama that he was acid buff gossip Baath Killa. I did Alexander. PS and you'll be forgiven if you don't remember that because because it wasn't very good anyway so today we have be. Should we wrap your assist. The laptop died Yay so twenty. Four hours Leah. We're trying this again. It's my laptop and Jay called Shit even though he bought me because I had a laptop and I thought it was good until about a different one. Right so I'm GONNA find out WHO's confessed thirty rock shah okay. We've done this job of befall this episode called Rock Paper Scissors firewater. Balloon you I forget we gotta get the boy one other Jacobs's pay for the record what he hasn't had paid for the record. That's thing okay so the let us be. I know that so tonight we have be is for you. Can I guess you won't get it As as someone's name yeah that's okay. B. Is for Boston after that as well I can guarantee you uh-huh though so this guy's name is actually doctor Bassin. These last name here do this. I do want to say like I was going to do a few other things like I was going to do. Like the Big Bay point light notes town not this time didn't have access to actual therapy notes. So I didn't even see I've got a God also Christmas so I didn't have access to any. Why didn't you say convoy? aww grandparents when I wrote this which one why do you think Cheetah. That's why I was in the law. Independent papers that crafty people note. Crafty is in like kraft. Make that crafty okay. So on June sixth nineteen fifty doctor. Bassin was born. And he's a South African cardiologists. He's also the foam ahead of South Africa's secret chemical and biological warfare project days named Project Coast tried to Iowa Project Coast. Like I'm going to the coolest two D it's GONNA be fish and chips this. This was during apartheid era South Africa. They emerged apartheid is. Did you buy the blanket staring face that you don't it's basically just PSA ESPN racism. Nice yeah basically. The white people of South Africa were not all of them obviously but the they can block. You'll lowest form of society so it's just a collapse like skin. Skin doesn't make it pay as many different. Exactly exactly exactly None of this. We'll get to that in a bit So Inane eighty-one he was working as the personal physician of repeat. W Botha he was the. He was somehow both prime minister and President of South Africa out on the assumption. That if you have a family you have a prime minister. And if you don't have a rough I mean you have a president so don't have both and other anyway so why it was in that role. South Africa's surgeon general at the time. Hi Ed Doctor. Bassin to form a special unit of the South African Military Health Service named seven medical battalion. Alien Group Mr Abbott. The purpose of this job at seven medical was to collect information on the chemical and biological warfare capabilities of Other Countries Goodrich Countries Aka Project Coast. He made a preliminary report after that was in and he was made head of Project Coast. So this guy calls the shots Of this like Secret Chemical Weapons Company for South Africa you would then go onto higher around two hundred. Researchers from around the world got roughly fleet ten million dollars in annual funds and in Nineteen eighty-two was alleged to have been involved in the mid of two hundred Swapo apple prisoners arranged in something named operation. Dual what SWAPO stands for the South West African People's organization and it's a political party audie so two hundred individuals. He's like a hit locked. Oh you know what pretty damn close. You're not far off. His nineteen fifty fifty biting was born. Then his his his point musical a pc all of these research was done entirely secret and was in breach of international biological Michael and toxins. Weapon Convention AK- B. T. W. C.. Achey right it's going to be on her AKA. The Convention of the Prohibition of the Development Production and stockpiling of Biologic Bacteriological Biological and toxin weapons and on their destruction China. Saying that dead fast. I don't want to get the Convention of the Prohibition of the Development Nah I fucked bordering the convention of the Prohibition of the Development Production and stockpiling bacteria. Now I that makes its bacteriological. It may try Sutrisno over. I'm crop read highly convention of Vision that the development production production stockpiling bacteriological bacterial toxins weapons than the other home console. Close they do you ever read and think. Oh my God I'm Reid and then your brain just like flocks. Oh my God I'm reading. Does it all the time. I like to read something that left only gone. I'm reading and then my brain just goes arriver waving. I've made a single mistake and then you know mine just like we see that I see. Ah Bless you so by one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Boston had created a bunch of companies in an attempt to distance instance himself and PC from the South African military which would enable him and his team to access the necessary chemicals and channel funds into the research edge as they saw fit without as many hoops to jump through. So all Mike you scan the front companies. He's up were Dell G scientific company Rude Platt Plot Research Laboratories Aka all L. Protect Nick and infidel with infidel being split into two additional companies named Dijon Shooter Financial Consultants Salons and Seth Message Information Services until this is a bit boring and places but it gets doozy honestly ha ha ha ha bassin had free rein to do whatever the hell he wanted in his rule which is how he was able to help us. Companies Job as the surge in job decision general of of South Africa. Yeah and then he was made head of PC so saw l.. Were basically involved in developing chemicals and at biological pathogens as well as allegedly being involved in genetic engineering. I'll get to that in a bit protect. Nick was a large nuclear biological and chemical warfare plant that was in the business of developing defenses against chemical weapons infidel. The one I mentioned that was split into two other companies dealt with everything that I've just mentioned on a much smaller scale focusing mostly on financial administration asides of like like the other businesses and install. The infidel was used to channel funds between the military and the research facilities. So if you WANNA put a label on it that's that's money laundering whether he's guilty of a lot of the employees of these companies weren't aware of what we're doing. It didn't know the bigger picture. Yeah they just can't work and did what they would do like. Could you imagine like the place of business that you were going to say. We work but thing that you do. Could you imagine agent if that was actually happening behind the scenes trying to come up with some stupid. You're actually involved in the making of guns somehow. Oh good so awake. This'll be a good sisters two totally different but still around our shop so you if that was actually like spreading disease like these these toys were stuff and send them to the public. You know I wouldn't know that. Anyway that nearly suspiciously release in toys with poujadism stuff though what if I didn't know there was always looks a bit dusty which admittedly some does get re dusty. So I'm not in the business of creating chemical weapons adult Mickens so PC and therefore Boston were allegedly involved in attacks. And even assassinations against people who are members of the anti-apartheid movements. Going in South Africa at the time came in the eighties there was a bit of a should be. He said she said but said they said because it's like two groups as it was claimed that chemical weapons had had been used as a means of crowd control by leaders in South Africa. Angola and Namibia. The government claimed that chemical weapons were used against the South African troops so the people are saying it was the government and the government saying it was the people the Basson apparently gave the CB the civil cooperation bureau chemical Weapons for use against prominent anti-apartheid activists. Can you think of any anti-apartheid activists. That was pretty big in South Africa. I've got a picture of him ahead back East Cold Nelson Mandela and then eventually he was made president resident. Yeah but that's pretty much why he went to prison general because he was trying to promote equality and these guys didn't like that Boston was also also travel around the entire globe gaining more and any information that he could on various chemical and biological warfare while also setting various this shell and PIPPA companies in addition to the ones already made. It's thought that the newer companies were set up for money laundering. All right no bad when FW FW declerk became a South African president in nineteen ninety because he married. Who Stroke Boston? I don't know I don't think so going to say yeah. I wouldn't put up with this shit when after you declerk became South African president in Nineteen Ninety Click ordered the production of all chemical weapons and chemical agents wants to be stopped and agents of a lethal nature to be destroyed. So what do you think. Faceted didn't destroy them. He switched everyone's everyone's concentration towards chemical agents that when non lethal as well as chemicals at the government hadn't banned yet so something might not kill you but it could make a call of life become zero like it could make your brain doesn't like that she wrote down sneaky Moi schnookered in January nineteen ninety three after pressure from the United Nations the United States and the United Kingdom Project Coast was wound down. Why do you think it was down because of the pressure all wrong but the the chemicals that they'd been looking into after from overseas well after F W de Clicks ruling included ecstasy and mandrakes To illegal and bats absences. It's believed that these were exported and sold to drug dealers prominent in anti-apartheid communities. As as well as possibly being used to create drug least tear gas God this basically government funded agency was sending like imagine a really bad area of America it will be the government pushing drugs to those neighborhoods to try and make them odium awesome at all. Just destroy them in some way. That's basically what we're trying to do so one year prior to project coast being bombed down in January nate nate to you Frelimo. That's what's the word abbreviation but it's in Portuguese and I don't want to try and pronounce it but basically English for Limo Limoux stands for the Mozambique Liberation Front so Frelimo soldiers or troops during an operation were exposed to something that was believed to be a chemical agent. Some were hospitalized and some even died due to exposure of the agent this led to the investigation from the three nights. US UK UN which led to the downfall full of project coast. Now he has. The Kicker Basson was officially retired once was shut down but then he was rehired to dismantle the project. What would thinking? This guy is accused of so much stuff so the rehire him to take it down. What are they thinking probably taking his back fades needs to clean it up but then at the same time it's just giving them opportunities to cover up what he's done? He's alleged to have profited from it too when some of the South African Shell Shell. NPR's companies were privatized. Even do anything. He profited from it. Who and as well as that a little bit later on the government carried out an investigation into the company's off Project Coast and found out that large amounts of chemicals and agents had gone missing between the shutdown and the investigation is taking GonNa have gone missing and no one knows where he does In the same year of late night three the SEO the office of Series Economic Comic Offenses Star a then unheard of seven year forensic audit on the business dealings of Bassin it took seven years to meticulously. Let's see go through everything associated with Boston. Just imagine that this guy has done so much stuff that the paperwork to actually go through it takes Seven years teases great. Imagine that Wigan wiccan Monday Friday night or five and all you're doing is going through. These pieces is a paper that tell you what this guy has bought. Sold looked into at looks set in years. That's longer than I've worked at my current job and it feels like forever start today but that wasn't going to the South African government from hiring in Boston for something else. Though in one thousand nine hundred five. He was hired for Transnet Transportation Infrastructure Company. It's more likely though that he was hired for some more secret of jobs to mix in what. But that's more like the outcome that job at transnet though didn't last very along because new president of South Africa Nelson Mandela Hired Boston to be an army surgeon most likely due to pressure from the UK and the US but also so that the government could keep tabs on them then in six South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. There's so many companies are abbreviated in this. See begun an investigation into the South African Defence Force and they determined that the South African army had more likely used used lethal chemical toxins against African National Congress activists. This of course meant that Boston was connected to many if not all of of these attacks in ninety seven the C. i. e. got involved and informed the South African government that Boston was intending to flee the country and instead was arrested in a sting operation in Pretoria in seven when arrested. He had one hundred tablets on his person. Can you guess what tablets Harlem accident ecstasy. What he's going to do with them but Popham he had a hundred a hundred of them? Maybe giving them I. It was Christmas presents although I even if you went to a chemist the probe a question if a by one hundred paracetamol makes it by a certain amount at one time indefinitely so when he was arrested was found to have something. He's call that he really shouldn't have had which was molex marijuana plant. I mean that would be. You would not Sabih supposed to hop thatcherites trying. You get what he hasn't. He's call that he wasn't supposed to have hundreds of documents of project whose secrets this led the. TRC to investigate project cost and the flood Gates opened the suspected that Boston had sold his secrets to the governments of countries such as Libya and Iraq. Dan Yeah this is big surprisingly no. Maybe we'll know about so then. More investigations opened up including the National Intelligence. The agency the Attorney General Special Investigation Team and the Netherlands Institute for South Africa and all that signs pointed back to Dr Wouter Basson. Boston appeared before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on July Thirty First Nineteen Ninety eight and he would give evidence to the Commission for twelve straight hours. Jesus Christ nonstop name me. We break I mean. They may have had a recess here in the boat twelve. Ah Street accumulatively. His lawyers didn't make it easy questioning though. Because the continuously injected with legal technicalities but this ended up being. There's isn't that part though because the commitment that Boston was the primary decision maker on all things project coast and that he should be tried in an actual court of law as with all trials. It takes a long time. He got the evidence. That's why George Diangelo favor killer ever. The the device Celia Franca the golden gate killer the original night stalker. That's why he still hasn't had his trial yet. Because there's just so much evidence to gotta try in April last year. That was his hearing. Don't forget what was going to happen but so with that being said No. Keep this in mind for juicer. James the Angelo. The trial began Furuta Boston on October. Fourth Nineteen Ninety nine. ooh That's about a Garin Hof after he's original trail said a little tight now. Obviously Deangelis didn't kill as many people as the stuff. The Boston was. There was no evidence to say that he did all of the women by the. This'll spread out over different amount of time. Doing other things Bazan and did was killed. People will not even Abassin but like the chemical agents I his companies created may people die in groups. Yeah so being able to point the finger at him is easy. Do proven it is harder. Because evidence really isn't isn't a thing that you can sit like fingerprint was on the gun. There's no gun. Just a canister of gas that is largely clean so took place in Pretoria South Africa the trial and while on trial the South African media nicknamed him Dr Death a name that would uh-huh go on to be used for American neurosurgeon Christopher Dunk. We'll get to him eventually. There's actually while we'll not subject women remitted an amazing podcast Dr Death. It's actually fantastic. The did like M. I think it's about ten episodes on Dr Death really good podcasts. Recommend checking out. If you haven't already but I yeah really good anyway back on Doctor Bassin so Boston was on trial and face. Charges Lodges on sixty seven counts which included drug possession and trafficking fraud and embezzlement and he was thought two of embezzled thirty six million South African runs to D. I actually did the took the time to fight inflation calculators for both the UK and and South Africa and roughly that will be the equivalent of eight point. Eight million pounds today. Jay US also theft conspiracy to commit murder and actual murder. So how many people do you think is on murder hike. How many people was he put on trial for the murder of two hundred? Two hundred and twenty nine. That's a lot. Just imagine how. How many people that is though like much in two hundred twenty nine people in a room? Exactly it'd be like when you back at school who like many Renaissance Awesome all cinema. Yeah like every single seat in a fairly large more seats cinema though it depends on the screen when we go to. I think isn't like the screen unseen show in that will go into. Isn't that like the smallest smallest one. I think it's like fifty seats in it but even then for those old crazy so people prosecuting Boston prosecution. Preska could in my brain. Just shut down for a second. The People Prosecuting Bosson brought in a hundred and fifty three witnesses to give testimony however over. The tight started shifting in favor though because on October eleventh nineteen eighty nine judge. Willie amazing name for judge. Joe Joe Willie. Hartzenberg dismissed six very important charges. One of which was the possible involvement of the deaths of two hundred people people in Namibia stating that. Something that occurred in Namibia or any other country for that matter could not be tried in the South African Court of law wrote Bullshit George Hamburg after eighteen months of trial at reduced the number of charges from sixty seven to forty six during the entire trial. Bassin's team only at a cold one witness to present evidence in his favor himself. He's the only person defending Abassin was Bosson in July of two thousand and one that's long transparent apple doesn't one. He begun giving his own evidence and spoke for forty days saying that he learned about weapons of mass destruction from Saddam Hussein scene yeah that he had free rein to do whatever you want with project coast and that he did. In fact exchange information mation with foreign governments. He has the second kick. All of that was technically legal. How the defense argued the everything else did should not be included in trial? And the has you be given immunity and on April twenty second two thousand and two awesome awesome big dismissed all remaining charges and granted would abassin Amnesty Jokin. nope Hodson bed. WE'RE GONNA call the case for minted in confusing citing it as mostly superficial. That was the culmination of a thirty month. Trial think about how much time has gone into that trial for the judges to go no superficial take it socially ridiculous. He was allowed to continue traveling the world as a guest speaker slash motivational speaker yet an even founded he's not imprison with it and even founded his own medical practice. What that's ridiculous come? Kits mixes easy pay not be charged on drug drugs. Possum big throughout in two thousand and five the highest court in South Africa the Constitutional Court overturned the ruling of the Supreme Court of Appeal in saying that the crimes were alleged to to have been committed outside of the country could be secured in South Africa. So everything is everything hearts and big said had been reversed essentially. It's pretty much implied at this point. That Bassett used chemical weapons on people in Namibia but even after the C. C. ruled that he could now be tried for those crimes. The National Prosecution Authority was not Has Not instituted proceedings against Basson for crimes against humanity. So even though they can. They haven't into doesn't six the Health Professions Council of South Africa. HP seriously there are so many abbreviate. Companies in this began its own investigation and four full indictments remain out over possible. Seven that were originally levelled four years later it may to those ten. Just think about how long this has gone on for ages. Yeah emitters in ten Boston. Apply to the High Court to have those charges leveled against him labeled as unlawful unreasonable and unfair. The application was rejected however as the judge found that there there wasn't any evidence at all that the HPCC was bias or prejudice against Basson in December. Twenty Thirteen Bosson was found guilty. alty of unprofessional conduct on four charges. On June fourth twenty fourteen sentencing was postponed due to unavailability of counsel and then on the twenty seventh of March twenty nine teen almost. It's almost a year six years after being found guilty the wetting high court ruled that there was bias from the committee members that presided over disciplinary hearing the judge ruled that the HP TSA ruling Ruling Institute Against Basson was unfair and showed a tool disregard for buses rights. Hearing and unethical conduct. Charges were set aside. So He's free yes please walking around. Yes actually that's all my bullet points of that. But I've written a few more things as I was wrapping up the research for this. I found a video. You on Bassin. That suggests that project coast or a guy named Larry Ford a configure at which it is managed to create chemical weapons and such as bionic plague botulism typhoid cholera anthrax. And other gyms specifically named Kaffa killing gyms kaffa is the South African equivalent of the N.. Word these people specifically targeted black people the made ethnic biological weapons after horrible and when asked about this in an interview what do you think Bosson was quoted as saying. Don't WanNa know your about you because I'm playing in the video right now. Why not being locked off? Don't understand nobody does. It'd be seventy this yet ready for this. There was some you talked about ethnic or Giacosa. Look you ball. That was great job that was muscles summer reading Lila Shutt- what a prick he said. Have you seen the east literally just said I did do it. So why. Why the hell is he not locked up? Why that is nobody? killed a string 'em up. That was great. That was the most fun I've had in my life. That's what he just said the interviewer have you called it black bomb. That's what the weapon was called. He's absolute human trash. That's putting it nicely. This guys walk free after you take a this point. I think it's good to see that he actually did have a hunting killing those two hundred people. Even if you know sums up our court say that he didn't note which I'll put in the In the companion episode. I found some pages from a magazine called new New African with a cover story from a former intelligence officer to you project. Coast what you said. We deliberately spread read Aedes in South Africa. That's a quote from a guy called Alexander Jones who works for Project Coast and that should tell you everything you need to know about the absolute scumbag. That is Dr Wouter Basson. The if he's not that was the most ever had in my life taught like maybe on intellectual intellectual level when he saying the actual research and development and trying to do it it might have been good refund but you just know that it was because he hates specifically the found a way to target the things that make people look look different. They found a way to do that. Hopefully these files in these like methods of this have been locked away forever and will never ever be found but yeah two hundred. twenty-nine people is what he's accused of having the hand in killing and that could have just been tip of the iceberg. If he'd be allowed to continue doing what he was doing God knows what would happen if any shell Roman the streets exactly so he probably would do something like that. I can then if he's free well we can't because he doesn't have access to this stuff anymore. Economies literally not allowed Steph. That'll admission well that's A. It's thought that were missing. It's thought that that's all gone to like other countries and they've used it since the crowd control a terrorism attack. So what have you that's impo. It's implied that that's where that gun. But the fact that he linda chemical weapons from Saddam Hussein. I mean come on you tell you everything you need to know blaming. Yeah so because she is for Bassett Boston scumbag right. Would you like to go into yours. Now yeah all right so jolly what does beast my stands for breakfast Edna Wreck Bednarik. He had with this person. mm-hmm who is breakfast so breakfast was a fourteen year old boy who was a student. Sam Beat School in retail and sorry tosses the UK story and he was a member of the tree and cope which is British volunteer military youth organization. These mother describes being quite wom relaxed woman's in warmhearted interpreter. Wise he had many friends can you replay online but he's friends with staples. I'm going to get to the OGA. Sorry I'm so breakfast passionate about competed and go online street after school like most kids these days do goods you as well. I'm saying after school. I didn't go school. The work doc. So Brax Parents Lauren. And fiery moved to England from the USA three years before breakfast born they were quite a wealthy family and they lived in uncovers them with three three of the children who are triplets so he's younger siblings or triplets. Could you imagine having that look brexit mother. Lauren limited his access to electric devices and she also installed parental controls to fit him In Iraq with Boy Oy online that she was quite suspicious of Okay said that he's not at you was changing. And he's ideology was changing and that he was starting to refused fused to attend church with them and she felt like it was because of the negative influences surround him on that game by this one particular person. uh-huh bracket beaten is used to the six game at club. A church is expensive. I don't know I couldn't find anyone I'm rich but somebody probably knows so. Within this group that joined was a boy called Louis Danes. who was a little bit older than brick and he was described as a controller of the group So he had the power he used to expel Mambas and control the online chat so on the online group China was mainly like Communica. You communicate by voice rather than and by Light Masjun voice. Yeah so Dana told well they were staying at told Brek fake stories of donating two point five million in bitcoin Syrian rebels and he would tell members that didn't need school because he would provide right them compete and jobs for a hundred grand a year the sun so familiar so brax mother. Lauren called the police in December NBA. Two thousand thirteen and express concerns around online greement Sheboygan. The police officer might be in danger but nothing ever really happen because the teams had been playing together online for several months prior who say anything on Geo into dozen thirteen online policing still wasn't really a thing gets it's fairly recent. Yeah that's people have been like prosecuted for things Don on the web on the Internet. Yeah so on the seventeenth of February. You are a two thousand fourteen brex Father Bari was expecting Brek to spend the entire weekend with him because his parents separated So you would spend the with his dad. And he didn't turn up so Barry Tax Lauren. Rex Mum and to say that he arrived break. Had travelled by taxi to Louis. Dans is flat a few hours later. His siblings twelve-year-old. LV role triplets began to receive. Messages brother had been killed for being posted on social media and it was soon confirmed by police. The full was was showing Brex body and they were posted to other members within the six person online game in Group B like like of heard of the story by Don away from well just we saw widespread and people message in the triplets. Sane is a true about your brother because if it is it's so sad these kids twelve. Why would you message so police and paramedics were called the flat by Louis Danes? What will get a second? So when they got the stop wounds to his neck and they were unable to save him and he died at the scene Nineteen Year Old Louis. Danes was an unemployed computer engineer. A NEEM at Brek online. Playing the game you. He's a computer engineer but he was unemployed. Nobody lasts probably what you did before that we had a degree is why did you why did he not have a job. At that time. He looked okay younger than nineteen and he was nicknamed the baby face. Killa be his parents split. When he was sixteen he lived alone flat that was owned by his grandparents and he was described as reclusive by neighbors? So people were gonNA describe me. Yeah he also had aspirations syndrome which affects your ability to make sound judgments prosecutor Richard Whittam. I'm I'm told Cole. Prosecution case was at the time of the made up requisite age fourteen in the low mid specific provisions for the middle of a child involved in sexual sadistic mystic motivation so the case was advanced Actual well always a distance. It says Lewis was given a life sentence with a minimum of twenty five years. Should be no minimum and cranky. Jenny Hopkins said that Lewis Stains. Even though he was only in the eighteen at the time he committed murder was a control and Emma Lipa of men controlling and mean and mean Municipio Municipio manipulative in manipulative individual. Who carefully planned out his crimes while his crime so we and the degree of planet and manipulation by Louis Danes shocking and when you consider the young ages of the perpetrator and the victim of stand that was one of the most cruel violent in unusual cases? We've ever doubt with so. Did he just do it for the thrill. Oh well it's to a one lane we need you said it right. I want to kill this kid now. Don't think anyone knows really because trying to get all the information still from you know so so he run night and said I grabbed the knife and stabbed him in the back of the neck. I believe somewhere near the brain stem. The email was about anatomy. He knew exactly what he was doing. I need you to send police and forensic team to my address Forensic Tia. It's what you requested. Did and when police arrived they found a bag of duct tape. which was used a type like to tie Brecca up and then Lewis is compute. I was is in water in a bid to destroy any evidence against him. So have the nine nine nine call. Take Down Sasha picture of him he understand why he's nineteen. He looks very babyfaced us. Nineteen nineteen looks. It's like Twelve Essex Majett say Okay okay Hello I need police on a forensics team to my address place. What do you mean what's happened? Went my friend and I got into an altercation and I'm the only one who came not alive. You killed somebody with them and they came to Lewis Gains. I'm eighteen eighteen years old and I knew. Okay I'm what's that she has been. My friends can stay with me. is today feeling very down feeling suicidal and I woke up this morning. He was in a mess. I tried to come in down. Consented on special. He grabbed shrugged. Me Off can you. Can you just bear with me. Second tell me anymore. I Kai sounds like he's making on the spot. You're telling me he definitely we did. Yes I'm telling you. He's definitely affects. She's losing the book to Mama dealing with right now but at least ages tight me afraid that again so what happened last night. He came to stay with me because he was feeling down. Title nine breath the UK. That not be. And so I I they A for yes and then he then I made that nobody. Ed and Acai. Say kind of stay with Yay. I can explain this to the officers when I need to take these tate's house. He changed US Thursday night. I went this conflict. I woke up this morning. He was in a mess. I tried again just sights on Sundays. Type State did you have an argument with him. Now it's nine oh we were fine. You were fighting. We were fine. We will find lost night. We both I went to sleep. I said the we will find okay. But why did he come to stay with you. Because he was fed up with opponent why. It's not a Lotta problems. I've known him for a long time. He came to stay with me if I was in Thailand last week on holiday. He was in Spain rain back so if I went to war happened this morning I woke up. He was just just standing up. He was in a mess hands on his face. I got up to my arms around in and I said it was. Okay he just shrug me off and said No. I can't remember exactly what he said He. He was going on about how he didn't want to go. He's fed up with his life. He he didn't WANNA go. Hi Hi he. I have a pen knife on the site of SR SR in my room. Jason beds I have a chest of drawers offer shave from the TV and stuff on that. I had a pen my phone. There folded he picked it up. Opened it and then lost control tonight asking me just let me just say nothing. Type of Brett grabbed ace. Ace Fail in order to harm me. He opened it. And I type role to I get and sites sites. I lost control in Self-defense. Put My less Up to block him from stabbing the effectively. We struggled title. I got him to the ground he got up. I got the million communion. Oh you know interrupt me with this pop I take I anyway. I grew up in mice and I stabbed him once in the back of the neck. Thank believe somewhere near the brain stem. He turned around tried to carry it on and I. I think I stumbled booed on my chest of drawers fellow. I got back out back to way and then I don't remember exactly what happened that the fight ended with me cutting his throat. I believe I turned around and I flashed his NFL. He's specifically L.. Safe I on my bed leading so that he had an infamy record he did this disband could exist troth. We've and he's still on the floor before onto the best place for US I was. I was trying to compress the wound and let me see Houston in the room. Where breakfast wherever you this? Okay don't let me explain this. This is colluded recording so like it's the they house way you all. Ah Yes but you're you're in another room or you felt like taking my own life. I I don't a reminder what happened after that I know is I dropped the knife in my whole way stripped down and just show. But you've left the Western in the whole so y you spent how long sitting in the shower. I don't know the other The police on their way. I can't say say go populate. Thank you for your help while to me. Sounds like he wanted that as a record he when he was asking twice not to be interrupted he was asking so that he could have a record of what he'd done. Uninterrupted that could be freely accessible for anyone to listen to keep that's unreal. Also really he did sound like he was making a Abbasi went Did so the breakfast Dacian was established by wreck Saami raise awareness of of online dating jazz. An his stories being featured on many real-life documentaries The crime happened in two thousand fourteen on on in two thousand nineteen articles published on the BBC News. Tea and that Lewis Stanzas torn the bad family from prison. Jesus Christ so chloe Brecca assist one of the triplets said Lewis sent him messages on snapchat snapshots. Saying I know way a brother is buried and I wanNA smashes Tombstone Liam Stone. What actual? Yeah what a sadistic motherfucker so the family believe there is not on the police can do because it's an American up but snap and snap shots being criticized for delay in handling Honda over the Deel to police and all of the day for the investigation Kevin Claims and the prime minister at the time said the government's expected to reach an agreement with the US under the new crime overseas production order. Act which would give the law enforcement eight law enforcement agencies powered obtain electronic data review it as couple overseas production. Then this act on the end copper. So snapchat said we understand how upset in the situation is for the bed. non-family we have provided the advice on restoring privacy sentence and we have also terminated the a uses Terminate the account. And that's the story of Brechner. Also babyface killer needed a double whammy. That Jesus Christ is really dangerous will could happen from doing stuff online though which is look at. GTE online gene like grand theft auto online. It's an eighteen rated game yet. If you log in the online game you will hear shitloads of children like like teenage S.. Twelve Lewis of them so easy for a grown man or a grown woman. To Gal in there be friends. Someone and a this happens again. It's I people meeting people from like online dating apps and never meet in person before and then try aveline meet someone on their own without telling people because of embarrassed and then you never know what these dangerous could be like. I think in this day and age in two thousand nine hundred nineteen twenty twenty. How you meet? Someone shouldn't really be the thing that's frowned upon. If you don't tell someone if you're officials tell someone to tell someone where you go in say a meeting this guy a meeting this go at this this ball on this day at this time and that we if something happens you can then say the police. All my friends go missing and this is where the last one on mean someone on exclusively but again. That doesn't happen when it comes to a fourteen year old kid playing an online video game like to me. That sounds like minecraft. Yeah yeah like you can easily meet someone in an online chat room and then added to him on. Crossover Butts played minecraft to me. It'd be men craft. Could it could be anything really cause but like when you say six players that eliminates certain games like it's probably not gonna six a overwatch way. Wait you said for twenty fourteen. Wouldn't have been over watching was it. Could it be an overwatch. Are there was two thousand thirteen to fourteen really. The teen. Gene probably wasn't overwatch but still could be legal legends. aecom remember but anyway it just shows you how easy it is full of a Washington. Kamato two thousand sixteen. Yeah I thought so but it just shows you how easy it is for predators not just sexual predators but uh-huh predators defead on the Naievty of children. Because I don't care what fifteen fourteen thirteen year old says even sixteen-year-olds Gerald's they are still children. Yeah your children until the age of eighteen until you are legally allowed to join the army army. You are not allowed to do certain stuff. It's there to protect you in all our drink in. This is eighteen in America's twenty one in some places it's thirteen and open still but these laws are there to protect children. Thank you get it from booth. That's in the privacy of your own home though. Not Balls these laws of that to protect children but Rebel against it thinking. It's a punishment when it's not like when children children when a child isn't allowed an eighteen rated game because eighteen and they know eighteen. It's there because the stuff in that game. You're not supposed to see yet now. Now I know. See you play teammate gaming yet seventeen big whoop Bush fourteen or twelve now. It doesn't sit right with me. It doesn't you should still be playing like uncharted. That's at eight fifteen like doing anything. Like bio means play a game of guns in it but game where you actually have to like torture someone or steak lewd acts. What's in it? Yeah like that doesn't sit right with me but this guy obviously hot like what was the old again Lewis those. Dan's he obviously had a screw loose but he did that to me. Anyway he killed dot kid breck and he rang the police dot the even. Even the phone call was party's plan because him sane at a one-year wrote me sounds like to me he wanted to have an actual record of what he did and be able to like have that as his legacy and in my mind. He actually thinks he's going to get up to twenty five years. Probably just we can do it again and all the world well. I don't have any news this week. Apart from Eh. Obviously all the The the Bush Australia all still region. And it's one of the most horrifying thing stopping in a while live so everyone affected exactly the animals Did you hear about that. You're familiar with only funds. Yeah like like new years. I was going to get it to sell pitches really. Nobody wants to say my steel. That's an option Seen as Gail on Youtube and she got a Salad Bikini picks on from holiday and like I think it was like full grant something takes people pay him a normal amounts for stuff like this But there's a girl at home remember name but she has raised a think about half a million dollars for charity. That's helping people who've been affected by the Bush in Australia. Yeah by selling online neutrals for ten dollars a pop pop inches. Raise half a million. The the -pedia so from every bad thing there's a good thing there's a great me as well as a picture of the loss. He was raised that money. And then it's a paint join Guy Selena and and also his erection saluting so yeah. I enjoyed that Other than that though start one to fund alcohol alcohol habit. You don't drink gin as much as you can drink on the CD when you hiding from me take silences veteran are no but maybe I have got checky. Okay well we actually have an email so no it's from your dad knows of dot. Why would you seem us so so every single week we ask you to send us? What is the creepiest thing that happened to you? Do we want to know what ever happened to. You is what the story is what happened leading up to it Doctorate that's the deal. You can email us at C. I. Deity e-e-eddie podcast A DEMON DOT COM seat at podcast. GM DOT COM and we have a response from a one catherine why Katie. Oh Yeah K- Yep so this is this is her email also know you said. Put 'em dodge joke in the subject. I actually did the high high hungry dot am so as email. Hey Chalayan Jacob. Hi Hi just doesn't know the PODCAST so I hope you're still wanting these of course we all know Jake there. How many says really is creepy? Things that I've told you and the following may be one most of them have happened at my former or at my former your current place of work. That's good to know one of the things that has happened to me was at Kiel. The castle October. Two Thousand Sixteen was my best friend's Hindu. She is well-equipped stuff. So instead of going out we organized a power normal evening at kielder castle so with a professional paranormal investigation company. That sounds amazing. Sounds really good. It started at seven. But we're being wick. I finished at six and how to one and a half hour drive so I was a little late. The investigation shocking. My friend Sarah told the investigators but never mentioned my name important that I be joining them a little late. I arrived between Hof seven and quality eight and found the group in a derelict building which which was used for storage the boop had already introduced themselves to the area slash buildings giving their names again. My name be never being uttered when I joined the group. They were conducting an investigation with spirit box standard ghost adventures conditions almost pitch black cooled etc which Keel there is in general. I approached the group an investigator. How many spirits there and the box says fuck the investigator asks who Katie is and Sarah sees pointing at me? Oh that's nice. We then sit in a circle investigator catches me up fires up the spirit box again and in Katie and it's Katy almost immediately. I go aces. Starting at the top of my head and spreading down to my feet the feeling the feeling feeling vanished almost as quickly it started and seemed to disappear through the soles of my feet. Lleida we stand in a different room of the derelict building building in a circle. And Ask for an ask the spirit to do something items with thrown. But the scariest thing. was that a floorboard that both with myself and Sarah was standing on moved under our feet and we hit a man laugh directly behind us. All that was behind US literally chilly less than one. Step back not enough space for someone to be standing. There was the outer wall no rooms behind the wall just outside the end lift gate. That's weird chanter. That sounds incredible. Well thank you very much kitty. That spooky. I like it would be most deflate that they stories. I'm trying to find more stories. That for the PODCAST. Where like it's not just mid as it's you know I was playing hopscotch? Ghost came from. I read something on Facebook Maria pirate ghost the pirate whom they're finding that woman woman who married goes to three hundred zero pirate says hey briefs Annoy definite believing in God. She looks like an opposite. Fr- uh-huh Jesus Christ large teak how summing school Monda large teague. Thing it says take does isn't it wasn't it was meditating the facetime she says she met the goal is to three hundred year. Old Haidian Pirate Shea. She thought Hejin pirate essays among each and I was. It's all funny funny She thought he was rooted in solitude so she told him leave and then he showed up again again. The third time he visited Northern Ireland she decided to talk to him after she communicate with the goals several several months. She said she became convinced. It was Jack who claimed had inspired the character of Captain Jack Sparrow walked actual hell no hegemony of spiritual discovery Led her Shea said Tamari Jock in two thousand sixty on a boat and the Atlantic Ocean ceremony officiated by yourself described Chaban Shamanee Was uh-huh sit in front of his neck. Julie Jeff like she previous marriage to a physical being for six years and had five children with physical being like any normal couple. Modern London Jacko on dates have rows and even have sex. She even appeared on loose women on Valentine's Day. Two thousand eighteen as she revealed. Change is costly hope. Yeah glass of Room when they go on date nights to their local Pope Pocono does she actually probably money. My Gosh people people right. I think that's a good note to end it on. There is no provision provisioning. UK Low for like two Maria DOT com. So the couple took marina. Dad Ed Pasadena's legal and sit in countries such as France Singapore China so by going on the wall as to get married which aren't governed by any particular country jacket amandas union could be the helped one held whom I god ratio wherein in this now the next week only twelve people were allowed on the boat so Amanda and Jack invited their closest friends and Hitchin signs documentation of the married. She also stays at the wall and shout apricots for no reason actual fruit loop going back to tiki story. Though I I wouldn't mind going into like a recruit you play us into a border something just to see however push push the thing though you push the punch. It probably spelled backwards so I wouldn't know what it was not want chicken. Chicken nuggets it. When we go home we are to the new fight like spicy ones? Next Marshall. neoprene bucket a bookworm. Equal opponent is going to be now know stupid ordering so thank you for listening into this episode of the podcast. 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S3 | Episode 104: Too Many Pills & A Lot of Purple

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S3 | Episode 104: Too Many Pills & A Lot of Purple

"The nonstop flight to Petropolis the final destination copilot's Oh pilots arc. They would would would episode four put. podcast Your Voice de Manto. Oh Sassy ovoid overseas. But I wouldn't do that on. A tone did honor of introducing. Correct me on. I'll take the credit so left. And without a a misstep brought the lovely lace with Lacey. Ms Lacy Cereal are they shouldn't be holding this down for the next few weeks. Show airing full thankful thankful for you to begin. Honestly I'M GONNA take the lead there post host which one do pose like the multiple joints. They ended with the join US three. You'll say look like a lumberjack home. I was like a full text. I'll say Dan and shit like really know where you're at Fox. I'm Armley on my day. Yeah this Nigga tattoos like Yo look relations post year my night. I just love that Hustler Flu Joe I just liked that shit so hard. Thanks pressure like different looks. Yes look ready get ready from the purple gala by now event. So I'm dressed like Miguel. Like look at look at day by. She said the ball. She said the ball it now but thank you thank you thank you definitely appreciate you. And then when she going do is right Safaga everything right she go come bearing gifts. I want to know the issue came with today. uh-huh yes so my wonderful sister we have known each other for years. Yes Erica. CEO Yeah the district bailiffs rebuild. Oh cosmetics yes yes. It's a new baby. I'm a serial entrepreneur as well. I've had a number of endeavors onto my bill. She really we have business partner word vs yes. I had my own mobile juicing business we like the I'm not gonNA say no no. We were choosing around via car at events. Yes we were. We were doing vending events. We were doing win Harrison posing him all kinds of stuff seven. That two shops dishonest. That Lacey worked at. Yeah I may well I had a business partner there and then we partner with Lacey. We did Fresh juicing vegetable smoothies August stuff. This is like twenty twelve twenty thirteen. Yeah we did it. Maybe like two years cannon leg You know our young yeah and then callings in other areas so it Kinda just went by the wayside but we're also really good friend yes and motivation. Don't push each other to do great things everything. Yes so outside of Juiston also have a consulting company Phyo lady so I do. Resume Writing Career Development Development coaching stuff. Like that and I have the district bell which I'm Looking to start marketing doc in promote a little more. I'm in school and are also work fulltime oil. I haven't been able to give him my undivided attention like the Laura say yes. Yeah anyway that sets the head like one. Yeah I title nine going on but yo you wind. I'm blessed your. I WanNa commend all the women that have been meeting lately. Because this is different collectives women helping bigger each other up like it's really know us as men black men especially like we need to take a page out of this book like this Unity Movement Movement like it's like it's hard to go up against one become an as a pack educated facts like business. Mind on go like like what's what's the blonde is called that the horses way when they erase the name on it is calling the blind talk about how the new another name that tunnel vision in to see and is like a collective of different parts of women around the city that I'm that I'm meeting recently. SELENA has this do they do they do it differently too. I like the way to do it though. It'd be them. Random phone calls and texts. You know what I'm saying and then you'll hereby layoff I've heard about it. I just called up and it became this two hour long inspiration and I don't like so like you know what I was saying. I think that's really really. Don't the Dude F whoo each other. You know what I'm saying. That's that's a really really really need that type of Shit right now. I think we fought each other long enough. Yeah it was a long time. Yeah the I think. Black women get the reputation of being like the most confrontational and right now is in two thousand. Nineteen that narrative is being changed. But what we see. See on television what we say in the workplace like your your boss is now a black woman gave the Even in government. You starting to see that more. Oh and more narrative changing then you've raised by a black woman by herself and you see how tough she has to be like seeing this like prosper into onto women run-and-shoot Glamour show. It's funny you say that 'cause my director my full time job is a woman and you know our four. The Metropolitan Police Elise Department of this is one of the largest police departments in at least the East Coast and to see her in action is just like it's crazy. It's like she goes like literally goals. And it's just lie is not you know that stigma of us being angry black women daily is really motivating in all of us to be better to be able to sit in her seat and it's it's rewarding working for her and I have always had that experience working all to be honest. We know like when I'm working behind the Some clients and they're like I have issues with a woman in my office and when I hear those stories I think about those. It's Kinda stories the women that do a live but then when you hear the stories about the women in the office that's trying to like pull the younger ones down. These are the older women and and the younger women are coming in right trying to pull dash right until you know I remember on our first game into the government. It was a woman I was like a lower grade. You know I was entry level trying to get our feet wet into what I wanted to do and you know she just did not want to show. It was like the same time she didn't want to show us the way. DidN'T WANNA show US anything and it was almost like she doesn't baby boomer. So you know that you young folks don't know it was always that it was just like I had to tell her light. If I didn't no I wouldn't be here. I'm not trying to take your spot. I'm trying to learn from Um you. But it was like. She harbored all of her knowledge. She didn't WanNA share at all. You got to share it. Yeah so that brings up this important point or the I dare topic. How do you feel about people who would say you know if you got all these? Three businesses will minus one right You should let go your nine five and focus on this. So you're on the Dushi like dead. Nah that's it's not for me you know and I appreciate commanded by because a lot of time is all you work for other people's dreams you working on no 'cause it's this is my dream. This is what I WanNa do and I always say when I go to work. This isn't my job. This is my career. It's something I'm passionate about. I love what I do and I also love being business owner. So why do I have to choose between the do now. I will be honest and say one may get neglected more than the other. But it's still. My baby is still something that I enjoy doing is still something that I like. It and I don't like it that much that unwilling to quit the other thing that I like in love as well so they both have my attention. They both you know I'd love doing both of them. And I also feel like you know when we were talking off honest that I feel like he's motivational coaches coaches. Everyone gives themselves that title nowadays and I feel like not motivating code. Obviously if you're going to motivating coach I feel like you should give the raw deal now. Lacey in our conversation a number of Charles Pyramid schemes. The pyramid things right and excel no shades. Anybody that does the pyramid thanks. It's not for me though. Like I'm not the type of person that's going to call my friends to come over and get them to sign up until them to build teams now that the but what. I do notice that they use people who have made the million dollar mark or something like that to push the narrative of firing your boss but that's like two percent of entrepreneurs who are successful with these these types of bins businesses. And so you have people quitting their jobs with no oh plan. They don't tell them the bad. The Ugly Com's live entrepreneurship. You're not gonNA make a million dollars like this person. Stand in front of you in the blink of an eye. It doesn't happen that way. They don't tell them about savings they don't tell them what their full wine they don't tell them about making sure they had life insurance and that that they're investing after they are finished working. Those things are not told to them and then you have people who after five years there. China come back to work you know. I think that if you're gonNA spew that narrative the the whole truth and then you know. Everybody had their testimonies that they want to say about. You know I was homeless while I was smarter floors or whatever you know I just think sometimes it just comes off gimmicky to me and I. I just feel like they don't tell the whole entire truth is and we have some who do and we have allow. Don't and I just think that if you're going to spew that until people to quit their jobs help them at least plan for the next two to five years not just living in the now. Yes so I've got a question so you said a in this view you are. You're not if I am. You are passionate about your notified. Yes it's like. I don't think it's nothing wrong with that. Don Passionate about hair. Yeah you are passionate about real estate and you are passionate about everything that you touch and I just think that you know. Who are you detail me that working for whoever I work for is detrimental to my future? I don't understand the logic behind it when I meet with my by clients for my consulting with them and ask them what do you WanNa do. What is your goals? What do you want in half the time they don't know and it's my job? Opt to help got what are what are your skills. What are you good at some time? People don't even know what their talents are. So I just think it's all about you know not trying to get people to sign up and be on your team but to actually get to the root of what is that they're trying to do because everybody is not gonna be Successful as you you are and what you do like. It works every year. Nobody even talks about it anymore. Yeah I think that worked balanced gets left out like some people like is a lot of people generating wealth on their own that that's inspiring them to go out and do their own thing but they may not realize that work life balance has to be sacrificed to actually get what you want to get. And sometimes you're used to a routine of work in a non five coming home in dealing with your family for a certain amount I can buy. You might go towns when you've got to miss out on family birthday party actually good so and it's not GonNa fall out this guy now. SOUTHERN LEARN I gone wanted to business when I started my Juiston business because I didn't know any other entrepreneurs. I didn't know anybody who is doing what we were trying to do. And we learned a lot of stuff through trial. The era and what I learned is that you know when money was coming in he was like. Oh my gosh. It's taking all his money but everything now he I was making was going right back into the business. You know so we will fit on. I win are we going to see part one. Are we going to be able to pocket summit. When are we going to be able to reap the benefits of this? And can't you wait. Yeah this guy was the patients of not being able to win. You make fat thousand dollars in a couple of days you know you WanNa bite off that and you can't because you trying to promote market hiring a business manager product listen understanding that it's not going to be an overnight process and I think sometimes people they just see the money but they don't really see the hard work in the effort goes into the success After a lifetime era to bring free you do a relationship Arthur. Yeah what kind of partner does that. Entrepreneurial Person Need. Somebody would disdain saying this understanding somebody with the same type of driving ambition that you. I'm not saying they have to be entrepreneurs will but they definitely have to be supportive and they definitely have to understand the grind the hustle. and I tell everybody if you're going to have a business partner they have to match your hustle because at the end of the day one is always going to feel selector doing something more than the other if they don't have that same time of You gotta be able to talk about it. If I'm stronger good at doing this. I have no problem Khalil Nest if this is your area expertise but we gotta both be putting state amount of time effort and if you don't have that same drive at will as your partner pardon is not gonNA work out definitely agree with the Iana if you don't work as hard as me you can't work with what's going on today a they keep your nine five nine job to do both do i. If you want the funding make the fund. Yeah where there you know what I'm saying. If you decide to quit make sure you have a savings for those days when business slowdown or you know. You can't is just now now moving Will money something you gotTa make sure you have some plan line. The don't just quit because in the first couple months Stack you feel like you WANNA go place. You GotTa have a backup plan because they are going to be times. When it's now going away you go and you questioning whether you made the right decision on that so I worked my succeed? Yes rule of plants. It should be a rule of thumb. I'm to like at least save up if your job allows you like save up three years of your salary that you can live off a budget for yourself and and be able to live off that for at least three years. You're going to go through some growing pains trying to start this business so if you if your job affords you to do that and do that Eh your job. Doesn't you gotTA keep that job. Yeah funny used it because I was I do have a business partner with this. Who's more like a silent partner? But I was so passionate about this. I literally depleted my savings like I just felt in my spirit that this was something that I should be doing now. Not Outside of the fact that cosmetics is a booming UH industry but the fact that you are helping people feel confident themselves you know things of that nature so it was just like I just I literally the pleaded my savings because I was like I know that this is a prayed on it and I was like this is something I'm supposed to do and I was just telling. Lacey is not boom boomer like I wanted to right now and I'm fine with that because I'm being patient. 'cause I know that eventually it will be where I WANNA be wanted to be but I just I just said you know. I am a duly in. I literally every dime. I had my savings starting to cosmetics line. Take the road yeah. You don't caressed like you want here. Because I have a fulltime job. I kinda was able to do that because you know I know in two weeks. I'm GONNA have a different deposited poverty here. Mike how does you feel like when starting this You got any negative fee ads almost discovers excursion. Yeah somebody told me. Why would you do this when you have black? Matte people have MAC and Sephora you know my thing was well nobody Addition the bill is homage to the DMV the district DC. Nell means beautiful woman and so you know everything is tailored to DC culture in DC NEIGHBORHOODS DC events. Everything so like I have lipstick or Mumbo sauce I have like my palate is called the metropolitan because DC is known for diversity. Different shades colors so everything I put a lot of thought into this and so and new branding is Beautif Beautif yet. You're going to have people who feel like you know. This ain't GonNa work for you or you have competitor's but I'll always at McDonald's now worried about Wendy's nope actually the fried chicken fight yeah so it's just like I can't worry about where we were. And what did that do that. Actually drove bins for both. Yes yes yes yes Yanna what Riano was like. Oh Mac is already in existence. What's the point rain? County may may the level that no one saw coming. So why can't you be that person. Yeah and then delicious light all is so DC so people DC the previous because they feel DC. Okay I was told you know people in. DC really don't support you. This is what was told to me and how you're going to be able to market DC. He culture too like La in you know things like fly a why not from his his show. You wanted to be everything being affiliated with DC. Absolutely this was going to raise like why not feel like. It's nothing like this here like. Of course there's people here who have their own cosmetics line but I feel like you know when you actually look at the site in you get an understanding of why I call certain products like I have my new lipstick. Here is called foggy bottom them. So it's like autumn new bottom. I'm just like it's so. DC Lucky guess just gotta put together it makes sense to me so if alight once people get clear understanding of why is branded this way didn't Up and whether they in DC LA Atlanta whatever. I think that the product accelerated speak for herself. So but like I don't know makeup okay right so my question is Y Do you believe women choose the brains they choose. I think one because of the quality can I just think everybody chases the label is a label. You know what I mean. It's just like we were talking about I was reading an article While I was on instagram. And they're talking about how celebrities while A. Oh how. We don't support other entrepreneurs other African American designers and things like that but they promote Gucci Fendi for free correct recreation and sell. Why don't they do the same for us? And then it was like you know all we always WANNA deal. We never want to support our friends and play full price price. We always WANNA deal. We always want this count and stuff like that and we're why do we think that other people don't do the same thing uh-huh why we think that outside of our community I think. I think it's just a stigma. That's yes that's generation from generation to the job two jobs who owns toward me. Poor I see why do a mortgage in a more say in the beginning you so you want. It's like I'm not even originally from this area and I would say that would be true from the area. I came from so I just think. Urban areas has had the reputation of of not supporting the people who are from Nick and even with us like I found like strangest would comment and likened Wanna purchase things more than the people surrounding us. So how did it last is true to a certain extent but then you also find that there are groups of friends that play. You know what I'm ain't gonNA probably aware that joint but let me buy more. I'm not gonNA use it but let me just support you and I'm seeing that more like you know even i. I don't really do the pyramid thing. I refer people you know and you know or you know. I know. Somebody's sail hair or I know somebody to do this. We'll try why not have a travel coming. I may the the one that sign up but I will definitely tell people about it. They're on enquiring about it. I'm not GonNa you know not spread the word because it's something that I'm not personally interested in but I think that's a form of support to in any even if you've got four hundred followers four hundred people that Santa didn't see before I didn't see staples so we also got to do that too when we in conversations at the we just met someone who has their own business. You know you just talk anybody. Oh I saw this new oh Goo Chiharean. His name linear mention your friend. Like your friend name and a bunch of Bob Chevrolet. Okay I just did it. I was in a barbershop. A guy was in action talking. About how much does it cost. Usually Take Uber from the hotels in the area to the airport. I do forty five out there like we have you you opportunity to promote someone else right than in say like if you put it put out there. Oh you might as well go ahead. Five shouted out for four hundred five Limoux or like when When all was about to go back to Nigeria? He was like something about hit at least talks. Talks about the here people. Yeah you have to do that. Don't into Congress. I mean that's the thing that's going to bring money into the community period right you know so so we we have to support the small business. People don't understand that that small businesses actually make the world go round exactly so you have to support them. I love it got rubbed. Yes see like when our senior water by black the win. That's like nothing against any other race but we've been down office along so this year is that we should know. I should never even be automatic theory. Should we gotta deal with reality as Zane and say we acknowledged that we shouldn't be easiest way but I only say let's get it right now but we separated message right and support black yes de-facto so have poor black business all at But as we spreading word what do you wanna a spread is a released to this. Old opioid crisis going on Info. The drugs rest in peace juice world. Anyone anyone else probably and countless others are a lot of them. I don't own a by name. Countless a little peek patrol Pepsi and Pepsi has been I wanted I. He like one of the first death from overdose from lean. Yeah no no no they have a really popula Apollo. Dj Out there Screw DJ scored. How Houston has their own slowdown music? One in like the forefathers authors event movement that from from our worst by the go with this. Because I'm never say oh you spreading the word. So what were you spread on. Ohi Use the light from would how you just put it just now I wanted to ask you. What was the theme that you're starting to see athletes is glorified icee everybody out today where you don't have is you can't blame the robbers but you can you? You can't music is a music just like I was talking to a friend of mine about Disney a one of the cartoons. Have kids the two boys kissing or something like that right and I would just like you know. Why does that have to be on Disney? Like I am nothing against their will be community city but my question is these are kids that children in the you know. It's just a we feed all it's our psyche. If they're not recommend is this is called television program appropriate thing that we're watching mission to a message being fee to alter your reacts with live reality. You think they're trying to alter it. Could I mean the message could be. We want you to start to get used to certain lifestyle that you may not not see on a regular basis but it may also encourage people to change their path that they might have been on to adopt a lifestyle just out of curiosity and you look at the ages of these guys to like. I'm thirty six. I don't listen to Ju- Swirl I don't have kids like I think fabulous His son's favorite rapper. His son is what like eight or nine years old. So the fact that you can you imagine him listening to in in. That's his favorite rob around lean. You know it's just like you don't think any kind of way these kids may say. Oh well I WANNA try whatever eighty yeah I just think it's the law and they don't have the tough skin that we had because AH everything was face to face so sometimes you know you had to deal with your bully like face to face and they get the high behind the computer screen the phone so I think the adapted more to this depression lifestyle so when they're hearing that constantly I'm depressed and this is what I do to cope. If they're dealing with any type of drama through social media in school or they're trying to avoid bullies or whatever and their favorite artists is saying like. This is the remedy for your depression. While Whitney may try you right like the music is so dark I felt like when we were growing. We F- feel we'll use. We have failed to necessarily correct others. Like what what. Today's kids go through so dark ended. Like you said the president is just like you. You don't own really understand like you. You're blessed for your blessed in. It's just like I don't understand that they're making something up in their head that they come from bad areas. Yeah you are. You know what I'm saying like they WANNA fit in that glorified Lysol Langas if it if it if the thing to do then. That's where they're going to do. Do Think Associated Economic Ninety to get technical expanding. I think in the context debt in the Eighties Union nineties. These are I think it was more commonplace for everybody. Fill it there was on the same wave and now social meeting opportunity to peek into into the lives of what you imagine life to be. It becomes depressed because everything you see something. Unattainable feels unattainable. The lives kids are trying to like we was young. Like still coming into your home. You know what I'm saying so as you come into your own and you're seeing shit that you desire Ziya. You know what I'm saying out the gate that you can never have And then you see that lifestyle and you see what they're going through because they realized they got had everything we often at all. So now you ingest in all that is a normality and I think that's what it is. They seen in different back then we was all on the same wavelength bliss. So even though Our poverty or whatever's all going through it always saying million man march went through six. You're so you think about that time like we were astill like all like locked in now for Cenex Jude. Up See jewel does that that that's a I don't know what's real and what's false via it's like you can create this life. That's what I know so mobile do that and I say they act like we don't know the for real. No you have an table to have a social media liar. A in rural life broke. Shit be yourself. Yeah I mean it's literally honest about your day focus on. How many likes taking gear or you know and immediately got a recall how you enjoy the moment if you trying to capture options? Yup that's why I have a hard time about fat. Like everyone is is an illusion like you were dish dry a couple of seconds of in your phone around you and let us know and you watching this. Now this is really my entertainment. peeves about social media and people in The new outside funny the new outside like all you gotTa to do is just be seen also media. You're singing we you know back. In the day we went outside we hung out we. You know what I'm saying like. We saw people actually face to face ace. So now you're you can make up your life. Yeah on the side. I should have to get around Dan Apostle creativity because that shit is fucking amazing but you know what else like. Our communities was so much smaller. We didn't have a D. social networks. I gave the neighborhood brave so so so you had to be that chick that do actually twenty four seven. They couldn't before a fifteen second clip so the people who saw you get your new outfit when you got paid so how dirty you were so you. I can't really flex too hard but now in Asia is get this outfit I can go buy something in return like a whole lot of fraud because people don't come outside normal. Yeah I've heard people say I can't post it because I post Post is at this elephant on instagram. Like you're supposed to wear your clothes. The they wore this outfit for a pitcher. They won't because they don't WanNa see repeat repeated pieces the viewers watch you the people who watch it will comment on. Why do you care so much man I saw you went? I actually see you wear that. They won't vote if no not me I'm saying I'll read it. I left but like you said it's a sure is a pair of pants dress. Hang ally look when I got a pair of jeans and I'm fucking I'll go to my God. See those nagging instagram. Our our loving those fucking book real real it actually the real the real is recreating the look like be able to use the same shit paint a different picture. They Vancouver the area on when you guys shopping. You Got Avenue our office and it wasn't shirt shirt last month and I know how to know how to dress like I will remember that. You GotTa know how we're we're shopping for my son was like no he only got a twelve outfits. I was like what August you definitely. Good Man I got me pillow right on. The right foot are so serious it up. A little bit is so the irony. I'm not gonNA say the irony. 'cause it's definitely but I seen some that was holding since July post and open wanted me to talk about this or US talk about this for a long time so when this happened and just seeing how people reacted because it was like Yo la home he was not he was doing his shape. I'm hanging up his freestyles and things like that. It brought me back to this article. I read wjr destroying from July eighteenth. Cameramen named about I think it was the Washington examiner does no longer here. All right say it was talking alcohol opioid flooded the. US Some highlight a few points. When this article writes interesting it says seventy-six billion oxycodone hydrocortisone pills pain pills from two thousand six to two thousand eight right twelve all right two hundred sixty two thousand twelve? They saying this time which was produced right all right instead ed about one hundred thousand debts from two thousand sixty two thousand twelve seventy five percent of the pills during this period and in this illicit all these different different Six companies that distribute right mckesson walgreens cardinal health aerosols Bergen CVs and Walmart according to analysis of The Washington Post They may factor eighty eight percent of the opioids right through Subsidiary of maximum crawl activists Farman the love of law right. But here's some other points race so said the states where the highest concentration of pills per person per year West Virginia Sixty six point five million. Oh Yeah I knew that sixty three Kentucky was sixty three point three South Carolina with fifty eight Tennessee with fifty we seven point seven Nevada. Fifty four point seven noticing a pattern. You know what I'm saying. Is it rural Cities these rule would like Norton Virginia Martinsville Vitriol Blah while it isn't in a country with three hundred six million. The company distributed enough pill supply every note and every chow out berry six per year so Huda thirty six is `to per person the pharmaceutical all countries might want because they're making so much money off of anti wanted a doctors that are prescribing. These pills to people. So what was the war on drugs really about like now. It wasn't is Mike now because we have these poor white people dying. I'm from it yet or white people and White Mothers White Women Odeon firm opium now. It's the issue not only wanted to put a government funding. We'll be back at pedantic. We didn't get any nothing. reaganomics will push in the shade in our veins so now that you know we have white people allying in dying but also saying this epidemic but audit doing anything to control because why is that a real number. That's a real number I saw and I'm sure it's going to be increased. And yes they might be right. Now have thirty thousand nineteen eighteen. You probably going to have the ham so the thing is why like what like money. I mean we knowing the money but to supply that many pills. You're trying to turn your brain people. Take them by giving it to them. You know what I'm saying surgeries then you got the The mental illness. You know what I'm saying are laced. A lot of them are yeah even near. They don't isn't there not even taking what they're waiting for taking like mcmullan. For example you know hints going on. They're going off their his diller because his pills were lays now. I'm not saying that. He may know they were laced. But I don't know maybe had he known they were. He may not have taken the you know but I just think it's. It's the pharmaceutical companies. Just like I feel like you know with cancer is curious for all makes so much money. They they're going to count. You ahead is a recipe subpoena for this disaster. Like they know. Put a little bit of this. A little bit of this lose. This was going to happen to you. And this is how you're going to affect your community. This is on purpose. So we just big women about this movement and we're seeing growth like everyone's notice it's not just us in this room and we got to put a stop to that by any means that's why you starting to see a flood of this. So we're going to demonize get on a corner but because you may have survived that environment where they're selling on a corner now you depress and on pumped his depression now. We mental health phase. Everybody Issues Pash is again from the man on the corner. Come get a prescription and go get it from a massive going on. They tried to turn your brain. They don't want you. I want you to prosper. This craze liable dashing. I should as much as oprah sell. I don't even like how prescription pills make me few am. I saying mayor is surgery. I did not like I took the late one time and enacted I was like you know I. It literally makes you feel like you're not in your body. Just a certain and level of of euphoria. The I want to experience like this. I don't know what I'm saying is like a level. I'm just they don't want to go by like okay. I grew up seen crack heads like I've seen how that affected him. It's no way I want to do anything that's going to cause that to happen in my family. No nothing appealing about that. And I don't understand how so many people are taking this risk. Also think about the Blue Line like if you've got addiction in your family you can be in attic for her to say like it's a meeting with me just to think about it in homes out here to like I would. I never thought about that piece. Yes like who already have addictive personalities leaks. I never thought about that element and I'm like what shooter like I know the effects Nobody put a line in front of me as they sniff this number like okay. Okay Yeah I would never do that. Never there's nothing about them. Seems exciting to me. Because I've seen the effects. Yeah Yeah Yeah but you have. I have some people who just don't have the book the willpower to say no. I think they'll try to not get addicted. So it's like chamblee point the finger just one place but then when you deal with these kids it's Kinda like you. Can you know audience at eight days. Most Sane people right now the most hell they may be the one also experienced mental health issue but they don't have mature minds either doesn't say and and they just put a microphone in front of me and gave me a really big loudspeaker speaker. They start off at sixteen seventeen. So it's like so maniac. The Guy Point the finger we I let them know that you all got a part to play initiative rushes and their parents are like John Roberts where their mothers lack who is mental. Come from our come from broken homes. Make a show that they good the role. Who is actually parenting? These kids like these are very very young adult right. Imagine if you got that amount of money I know people like to get a little bit of freedom. Them do is get your mom pops on the bus to tell us what you travel around the country. You're GONNA have your boys and they're gonNA give they're gonNA bring data element to the Party for sure because not only did he take the drugs While he was taking it to try to get rid of it to conceal it from the police they were about to gay plane but he was also he has seventy pounds a week. Yeah so like he already does not have a smart team like we're talking talking about. Where's the bond with like seventy pan? Am I gonNA get a private note. He was on a private jet. So there's like okay we we don't have to go through. I guess no type of Clarence let me take this opportunity to to to bring seventy pounds. We into Chicago are we doing this. Just probably made fifty to a hundred thousand doing this. Show why you associate that type of lifestyle win this. That's supposed to change everybody's like she separated all something about the peer pressure around him. Yes yes making them feel like I gotta do. It was cool to do it and that would be funny even sit down. Just listen to that. is joining or breakfast club talking about that. He don't think he acts question about Mace. He's he's like. Oh like look at all the pressure on from Harlem. They know boys up the street. You know what I'm saying saying trump with the press on a guy. Just give me this every week All family and all this other shit and then your boys. He said he got pilots hunting niggers on a block. They all feel like they need some that. You need to put some light like bad pressure. Loan made in just these young kids. I don't think they grew up in the. You know the difference as we grew up outside. That's what outside the Internet. Raise them real life so we seen things which is why live. We saw them. We're not going to do. I'm telling you but the obesity. These kids don't galls. Ah La they sit on average to Llosa. It's like a two year old man like they are glued to their computers in their own own in the gadget or so cold. Though we keep we gotta keep our kids in a house. Gun Violence Real no UTECH. You're outside You go play with them on a park bench and watch really gentle frying the hood like take him to agenda firepower. Like uh-huh Baio Block. Yabloko may still be infested with elevates Bob Mueller. Tim blocks down probably built a little pot or something in what he's doing a real disservice to ourselves. Even meek was saying in in a joint a heated with Charlemagne how how he was saying when he goes to family functions. Yeah everybody's bum rushing him. Oh yeah he's talking more than ten. Yeah so now. He had to set like a rule. Like I can't can't talk to more than ten people at time and the reason why because before I got money I wasn't doing this. I wasn't a guy who everybody wanted to talk to. I don't I don't know how to talk to all these people at once and we have to stop light like like instead of looking at someone who's making it out. We're trying to lease on them to the point to where we pawn them down then they wind up crashing out and then back here with us like we're not doing enough to uplift that person and hopefully we can be pulled in a position like we just had a conversation with somebody who was saying like. Oh One person is in a position to to pay you but instead of you accent for position to get a job you actually you just pay and allowance like take these opportunities the -tunities to actually start adding to the to the wealth. Instead of lesion often fact. That's the that's crab in a barrel. That Guy Guys uh-huh Washed Charlotte shout to Charlemagne now was a good interview man. Me Guy Real comfortable. I do the same anyway. She gave a fuck I I I he was all here. Then it's like constable and that's what that's what you want this the more comfortable you have someone engaged in a case like the better the best you're gonNA get added and so shall the main pulled. Adam opened up about his opio. His a Lotta people with influence has been opening up about their opioid. The OPIOID addiction permanent. He was ten a day and that waste ten and he said the first two was in the morning but he he's. He's an hour. We're off at four four thirty. I was like so windy. The other eight come INFO eight comb. Most of the days gone my he. I think he was skewing the numbers because somebody in the back was like do too much too much. 'cause he was look Kazak talking to a like. I don't know what that was about. You know what I'm saying mean you had a conversation briefly. Leo's about the diversity using mentality. You know what I'm saying. What it was before what it is now? Would you think about that. I don't want to say it to where like my generation was cooler. Yeah Because they're still was if one half was making money the still still another half desk a victim of you making that money and now we're still in the same situation is just now that the government or these pharmacies Prophet But the fact that is being pushed in the music like say is programming gay. That is the part that have an issue. Even though I wasn't a fan of because it got priest me like it was cool to be drug dealers cool to be like these certain things and and now I'm seeing it as cool to be like I got I got son. I don't want him taking this message. So I don't know like I feel like we're still in a fucked the place that's my hardest Like we just scrammed awarding Tommy. Unfortunately this morning just keep happening in history. You can't you can't break down down. Yeah it's it's drug dealing on the street is always going to be an a sad because it's being prescribed to a lot of people like a lot of they give me because it's available right Yom saying it's very available out because they said not only when they said thirty six per year for for every adult and child so that means if if a person got ten kids a lot of pills in their house. It's a lot appeals a house and it's about it's business because in order for you to get described as this medication there was a rep who dr offers like. Yo I do in data. Ah though if you push minds over this one do a lot of them is not prescribed hat to absolutely so staying music but lighting up topic as we celebrate life in one way way we celebrate it in another way so in recent news. Miss Cardi B.. Yongsan showed out for her. For her hubby be offset in a very major way await. It makes a lot of us who go herself. She'll say uh wound thinks he did like I've seen some momentum was telling me she had to frigerator what does this is the The French door. Okay okay okay refrigerator data and so she like What do I get the man who has everything so he satan in the chain? He got his home. He's around. You can't see no other female. You see him. Sitting the wishes shooting and then his home is in the background. Yeah so she named all the things that he already has. She was like so out. Has Got Your Fridge and they did so. He kind of looked like he goes to the freezer. Open it up and his five hundred thousand dollars sitting in an empty refrigerator a he didn't even know what what to do with him so like he was overwhelmed like even if he he probably could make that check on something but the fact that his girl his wife is wife in your whole life. I got me messed up. I need a five K.. To Kareem Talk to write to Queen. Hold that you spend it how you WANNA spend it thing it. We all know manpower main this they WANNA be schooled to Saudi asking me for forty damned. The game is bad reputation. I've never had a situation in my experience with somebody forty dollars but the forty number is always be forty. The the number is funny as hell. The Saints I've just posted a joint. It's like a ooh drop the pocket book on the floor. Yeah so the way shape. It just looked like a sad face. Her purse looking. Like it's like begging for forty dollars. Some forty GONNA figure that shit go golfing and say hey. They got their own forty dollars. So let's a few you shit but not shot that that is a really really good. So what is it about men at actual cash. What you mean Levi? What is it about cash like lions than it had it will be like the the actual like go or you know like a regular cast? I'll know what maybe we would watch too many scarface move out a scam videos on instagram. Making it very cool it up. Don't give me no card. Aw thank God I want no problems in this world and casualty on demand you. We're not going to run on straight to the bank and put it up. That's the thing you can but why cash why do you want five hundred thousand dollars. Why wouldn't you want five hundred thousand dollars a care? Academic is the Effort the effort behind is giving money you just want to see. I think it's now like you like what if I get your hundred thousand how. `Bout I'm GonNa tell you right here so this is the difference right. It's a perception thing I'm making this up. But it's a conception thing right if you're a person they need to see abundance for you to know that Israel need the cash that's why it's important to mls language dead asked me. That's where I love. Language is words of affirmation. You just give me five hi. I'm like Dag so you you know. Even it's it looks good. Sounds Nice should give our personally would prefer. You GotTa buy me something because I feel like you put in adult into it. Yeah you know but you gotta learn your your your partners leveling. He couldn't do that for her. Yeah that would mean Dan ring. One hundred thousand roses wouldn't do a little even which actually we hold on. I love say ah yes but she was like all you can buy me a some more Birkin bag so she threw her like that. If you want to. Yeah so she wasn't going to go correct cash. Yeah not I mean. I don't know women are more young war object oriented I am inbetween. Okay like act. I'M NOT GONNA lie but I agree with Erica. Like I would like adult. You know what I'm saying like put some thought into. Yea Yea the Gif me feel like you really thought about and that Senate should think about giving me five hundred thousand dollars. I know that was a hard thought for you. Our actually actually like for you to say okay. You know what she would really appreciate this definitely. Definitely we as men like to have that cash. Arming our no. I'm cool. I'm cool. I can see digitally and be fine with that. Do you think there will be fairly you wash thirty for thirty years. War started for thirty. I can't remember who it was but I was watching it and they were basically talking about. Oh after you go broke and designing million dollar contracts in one. I can't remember who it was. But he's a he pretty much trying to keep up with everybody else. Trying WanNA keep going to. The ball wants to close all the time and then everybody order bottles on bottles. Then it's like oh I got I got it I got it just trying to impress other Nicholas keeping up with other dues. WHO got multi million dollar contracts to be for whatever reason you WANNA be like? Oh I got a little bit more holding you do so. I got it and they would i. I couldn't believe the number of athletes have gone broke because of that reason yet just financial literacy did they just it goes over their head they have no idea how to actually investment. I probably spend their money. Probably spending I am. Show the infrastructure's there. I know people in that position. And they've told me there's people out there that do make himself. I'm great. I'm sure they deal with some predatory stuff too but I think he's a young kids and they come from real like a horrible situations. You know what I'm saying. I want him say horrible. Just very poor situations that they don't have that level. You can't take a person who's used to making a couple hundred thousand a couple one thousand dollars parking. Don't fuck a little bit of it. You're right Yup saying things Unless you already unless you have certain characteristics that allow you to be disciplined you. You know what I'm saying and a lot of people with that ship money like you go from not having nothing or not being able to get nothing to able to have everything you feel like you want. It Ain't a whole lot sometime. Yeah daily take. Money is the root of all evil. The money is money like like money currency we must be established. Assistant will be half the use it but I think you play by the game of using it because I had to use it then. I don't think that Oh you know fell off from but a lot of people who actually just love money we're willing to take life over value it over life correct or some. It was something real for some real value. Do you think that Messiah Minor. So it's like you know when I look at like robberies in like you know you know there's always a some people don't have yes every yes men around him. Nobody's telling them no in. Do you think that when they get that money. That is easy for them to you. Lose their humbleness. You know I think that but I always say if I ever get that kind of money I feel like I will always be humble person. I like this where you can say that I like you came out today. Thank you walked out the. How would you sell yourself? You knew us no money you like no money you say like is always GonNa be a town where you're going to have a little bit arrogant. You know what I'm saying like. Oh using fucking with me right now. Well how does and so I get it though I you want. That is just a win. That becomes your love. You should want that you want to walk out of the house feeling like a million bucks and if you've got some bucks you should feel good knowing that you've got a couple bucks but they also come disciplined wears about where your focus at. They met fit in a group chat he sent me joins like Nick. Skin indicted on Russia. Whatever whatever and I'm like widows like I'm like the one of the type people who are no guy like this but sometime in the movies I kind of want the criminal to get away with the shit like maybe a hundred percents uh-huh underdog our giveaway? There's some I gotta show me this real so like when you when you watch and Shit like that whatever kind of like but where is the. Og like where's the Oj to be like. Yo do like this. Don't do like that you so now you think about your. You're a league. How many people come before you now? The New Zealand may be taught. Yes they are not they very against zoology. Who's been trying to talk to some young men and they just don't this like you know what he's talking about him no? He came Eh they don't they don't when you drop in gyms they don't they don't take it as hey n n word I hate clout I a hate that harm. I can s so it's hard to try to astral without even at work. You know just trying to talk to staff like our interest. It sounds like that millennials are just different. GotTa come into the program we gotta say the music we have to have to come with some beats per minute had I had to come in a certain rhythm for older to have some real effect because you see how easy it is to give kids on drugs to buy Gucci Belt to throw money to to want certain cost ause is easy because that's in the Messin. We got changed the message enough. Yeah I gotTa start we gotta start saying to the people who are making it. That's not cool. We need you to switch that up because we try to save us as a people. I'm trying to think about hide. Affected US grown up. I know what the music was doing to me. I'll L. listen to mob D I wanted to stab somebody. Bring a nose bone like like. I wanted to know what that was like just listened to that was one of my favorite songs. I would take like even not to go. I'm using when I used to go through a black hole. The black hole backyard used to hit Ted clip. Let's say you did you hit. I know you best song. Ink is dotted riot act. I have never gone to the black hole. That song came more in the when a fight. That's true it is like you listening to you. Get you get an let one now back. Then but that's what was that a Juvenile join come on to become as as a woman. What do you want to start as a man Julianne because become that generation as we wait for them to start got programmed us to do that? Switch the message so she got a missing. How the Shit L. I p. r. p.? One Night I was watching the award show in this the imagery that I saw in all of it load to demonic for me and I was like you know what I have to pay attention I got. I got to build a firewall. Hello I'm not. I have a bill firewall to block. I need to be able to observe it and enjoy as just entertainment but none of that penetrates my firewall to Wiz effect affect me. And I don't think that many people know that they need that type of filter they just they just party into part until they put them when they get in the car after saw Ngongo to it's only going to play one song ten town. He was like the baby. WHOA WHOA Whoa the building firewalls and also change a mess? Yeah I'm I'm follow people just from the stuff that they post some people impressive. I can't oh I can't. It's like sometimes I don't WanNa strode on my feet and see that no harm. No no not not burp personal muster so I will follow apartheid lotto. I shouldn't say something once. The Light Fathers One dude. I just negative always good for showing when sexual means like you and your girl Type Shit like man. I should be looking at this ship but the ship Nice. I really nice like once the last Jedi say with like the position I said Deo dodgy. So Erica Erica. You have to leave. I do have to go but I greatly appreciate you all. How could he catch you on the dishes? Girl cosmetics on instagram. It's the district Bell Face Bill Edition Bill Alip Site District L. Dot Com. You can visit. We have everything fully stocked. Our top selling product is mumbo sauce lipstick all of our products. are vegan natural. Do not test on animals. I need that good stuff. Let me know what you think. Absolutely do it just because it's because we we said serpents Abbas support. Tony say thank you so much. Thank you we appreciate you. It is so why we shout Out The district bill cosmetics. Them support support. Shout now Miss Douglas Right now. She at Comedienne the N.. T. T. I. A. N. A. Just recently hosted This hilariously funny at the what's figuring call Sally's Sally's Sally's Comedy Bar in Baltimore. Or what have you She recently hosted the show. That was a great show shot out to comedian. Tian at her her right now. Her birthday just passed shower. Some love she was a guest on one of episodes came up so but definitely show her out again for that Show hilariously really funny It was like a bomb. Really really really. Don't what else do you WanNa talk. Talk about where does get Joe. You know I'm GonNa do this. Fhimah man him and his girl we will talk to Gas Mazda. You'll give me a topic. So he put this one. He was talking about Dr Johnson recently on Brushes club and he was basically the thing is talking about white women and black men or whatever and then he brought to the Antonio Brown recently tweet in no white women for twenty twenty twenty so I counted Kinda gave So come down to this with the black man a white woman. I like the idea of it. I think it's some type of security. I think is like they. They want they want the security of a white a woman what she bring Dasa One. Yeah like these a black men and will once black boys coming from A situation where they raised a black woman. Yeah all her own and but especially from my situation being raised by a black woman on. I think that mom is a little tougher because she has a play both roles. So I I think As they go through this athletic experience of being able to get to the league. That avoidance like certain characteristics that they may see at home So that they can get over it. Has someone pacify them even even more like like we've had conversations with it was saying that men are very pacified. But when the case situation but I think they're looking for a situation where they can be pacify along this journey because they're becoming a man to lead they would a man probably when they were kids yet. Who High School? So they need some a Shia leded. That's not gonNA also tell them about themselves. Gotcha so I think by the time they get to the league and they want us to actually marry somebody they want someone who's going to put up with all the bullshit that comes with taking on his fortune. That's my opinion. That's a really good a pain though. It's a good opinion. It's a really good opinion. Because they they ended up cheating with the blacker. They Mama Black. That's all I know in reference to that. Is that Nick I've seen it. I've seen it definitely I've seen it happen on with athletes in just regular Anybody nobody would know right One of when you say the status thing I think for some. It's like a in a sense like their status in terms of how good their game is Yom saying things like a trophy. You're like okay like my game is so good on her arm. German her dad. That's how Doni I can go back and go that way if I want I already got my troth. Oh and you can take him too busy. Eddie's days are you at all this cesary you want. They can have the ads they can have you can take. He called them build. A bear craves bill debate. Though I'm Dennis 'cause I know niggers it look at it like that and then also from the standpoint of Johnson would say about athletes right when you talk about from a personality standpoint right one of the things that I know from personal experience is the fact that it's typically the ones that like why or whatever they be they will go harder later in the black girl so she's constantly blocking 'cause she's away she's going to put herself out. Dan Put herself in position. that the black girl wouldn't you you say which is the position. When I'm saying like a respectable position like Alabama like if you WANNA be ported you're going to be courted you make yourself known you make the intention Geno but you're not gonNA go beyond a certain threshold right 'cause you're expecting him to stand up and be that do right? And then what I'm saying is you're doing the respectable thing you're doing but she's willing to do the eagles stain Becau- Fan Loving Wolf for her so she's willing to do the most eagle listing. And they're able to to do it they do. There's at a higher number or higher rate than women of other races. So that's what they get in again attention that it's like you don't understand disdain. This shit is fucking anything anything anything. You don't even have to suggest it nick stone like not every nigger know how to handle that like to be like now. I'm cool young fan. And then when you add the component is she bad or she's this and you get respect oil From It from your men from other dues about her national type of energy you got. That's why you get sucked up date you start seeing it as it can get away with it because when you go elsewhere you check yeah and unite used again check. So that's what I'd be saying without seeing my own tube. You know what I'm saying like for me me. The issue that the first issue came on my head was that shouldn't even be issue light. People could move have it. They won't move attract which attracted to you. Know what I'm saying like I grew up in a neighborhood predominantly black or indoor black in Spanish Life right so my natural attraction is that AH right. It's going to be a black Spanish women but it's going to always be in that direction you know what I'm saying. I ain't come across too many way. Any whatever whatever or the Asian or Cambodian I will put them in the mix but like you know like like Chinese or Japanese women to even look at it and be able to see attraction I could see not booty but not like Oh. I'm attracted to that or film saying I feel like if you're a person who grew up a lot of times. These dudes are in private. School May Day may be black but they wanted a predominantly white college. Yep you around and you're just in your environment that which you could be the attracted to and if you're a main going to be attracted to women I had tried to recruit Jesus Shuttleworth. Yeah Yeah they they present on the menu like have a completely different experience because like you said they willing to do whatever whatever but the thing is this is Matt Day okay. She's willing to do whatever. But then you get into some shit who you go back to is not to say that you would never attracted you too. It's just I think like I think what it is sometimes the discipline. Let's go back to discipline to be able to see like I say quality over quantity Elka quality over. Oh quantity right so you see this and go. Yes coming at me and it's coming at me the right way that I want right but I got disciplined patients to be wait to wait for award that which which is more lying Hawaiian about you feel what I'm saying and if it just so happened to be in a black woman sobe you know what I mean but a lot of them are just like is coming. Annette me Guy Takings you. Just keep track catch every day. You know what I'm saying. It takes a while before you start blocking started staying on the sidelines like Nam. Good on all this coming. Pass me you know what I'm saying is coming. It's coming. I would just have not too long ago and I was sending like I remember in college a woman coming to my door in a road co ED dorm and I'm in a room. My roommate just chilling and door not and I said I didn't know who it was but I expect nobody's out like say nay saying like hey no Jehovah's witness coach the you know if you had to do they don't talk about Jehovah's hose winding up nobody but you're also I look at the door and it's like Valentine's Day Joyce I'm looking and I was like hell bucking luckily no fly Nigga. We're GONNA be quiet in for three hours if we have to like. I don't CARE TV on mute. Everything chill 'cause our smoke. What in the world door? And that's my problem. They don't throw yourself down Chad. Tell you as shit. That's what happens when a woman wants a man like they eat out the door. You really want when she really want to go. NOPE IT problem is how we get into trouble. Our bodies respond to it physically like yoga. Hide that could just be like you could put on a stone base and be like no one about what's going on inside as a man. You could be like nope but she she too close to you physically. Go respond to that. Yeah and then once we respond to and she blah okay. You like what I'm doing. She going to be more aggressive. I'm not throwing myself at you respectable position under saying that some of the trouble that day experienced like date they got one stead there. I hear that there's so many Joyce's ready to go. Yeah so ready to go and now you think that's all it. ooh The biggest thing yeah taught to be that way. Yeah no no no no no. There's some MOMS raising their daughters to sound like themselves in certain positions women dead. Put those but yourselves at own thing so so you think that. Do you think they're talk that I think there is some teaching going on. It's a combination idea. That's a good. That's a good. That's that's a good thing and communist. Combination is a combination those exist in is also. Just there's so many things that could affect rallied on not even going so because I met right now like I remember when I was like what lamb twelve years old. I had a homeboy who had older brothers he had like. Ford Ford or brothers citizen between the ages may like seventeen and twenty one at the time and literally. These negus had up super born collection and they built the library having no. I'm amazed Apple Yoga. They gotta do videos screaming. J. Like watch this thinking about NASA go to focus on doing to Sydney. Why like man boy? They know the guy was looking at okay so this is my question though. Do you think that it's parents should talk to their kids at an earlier age about this sexual begins. You know what I'm saying by our I. Are we putting it into their hands at fourteen or are we actually GonNa have these conversations because a fourteen is like the average age. They lose their rigidity. So I'm saying talk to them because what would you know. Something is hard to to behave like you. Don't even go way younger. You know what I'm saying like. Oh Young Day like it's like it's like there's like once somebody say something to you once you can pretend your remembering but you remember Burri saying but if you never say even if you learn it along the way you gain contorted to morph into whatever you wanted to be because you could feel like nobody officially told me you know what I'm saying until it hits you to a place where you light on at Rockland I notice she's fucking ru but for the most part part like But once you say and you just gotTa be relentless as apparently y'all don't know this is what I would have. I think my son like that's probably wanted to hottest conversations this is but one of the best conversations now that is when it comes to just a sexual organs. y'All like that. What that is you know what I'm saying because I don't know I don't want him to be bashful about me like to be able to talk to me like are you okay? Is Everything okay that it edited it out or just because God forbid the worst of the worst I have on whatever he's going through like even if he's a sexual relationship with a woman that's a conversation could talk about. You feel all what you will want to do is educate him enough to way once he started. Well he's at that point he's GonNa come to you. I rather than explore because sometime most most times five like specially grown Ronan without a male figure in the house when you are around a woman and things start to hide. You don't know what to do so you just want to go with the flow because you don't want to be made fun of like like you don't want you you don't you don't want to be embarrassed by the situation. Yeah especially if you know what I'm saying. She may be experienced or she appears to be experienced. You're just GonNa go with the flow. Yeah so you you want your your your son to be able to come to you. Like I think I'm ready to explore you know being intimate with a woman like and you can thank told him is so when it gets is to a certain point. If you're not comfortable you can say I only wanted to go to this point but I'm not ready to engage full sex again. I just wanted to Kiss I. Just I want to touch a boo but whatever the like you take your time. I felt like US get peer pressure at fourteen. I gotta go all the way. Listen having that's how we change the narrative with this generation the guy to talk and it has to be younger. You know what I'm saying like a lot of these kids lobbies Paris history like you hear that a lot of boys are coming out about them being gay at young ages. You know what I'm saying like from beyond that they do transition so it's like you wait for your child to come have that conversation with you about what they're feeling or do you actually have it because like you guys said earlier is is a music back on the television. You know what I'm saying. So I think what they see now is forcing us to have conversations. We probably weren't taught to have because especially for me like us. My son is very inquisitive. Anything that doesn't make sense to him. He's going to ask the question whether it be someone who is was supposed to auditor person would be a little person told me I could say you had how do you. How do you hear that part art whether it be someone was some type of disability? He's GonNa he's GonNa ask the question so now when he sees what appears to him to be a man dressed as a woman. He's GonNa Start asking these questions. He is seven years old. I didn't think I I'm learning this myself. I didn't think go to have these type of conversation with a seven-year-old true but we have to we have to start educating them on a new world before they learn from someone else might lie. Had this conversation with her son He's four four yes he's four as she has a two year old daughter they they were both in a wedding right so the girl had address a he had a Tux. He said Mommy I wear my dress that she was like way. The voice don't wear dresses but boys do wear dresses but it depends like she had to go into a full story. Feel like she you know she. I was just like I didn't know that I will have that conversation with a four year old to understood like help him understand that boys wear dresses too. Because that's what he's GonNa see what he as he gets older so she has the kind of like prep them. So it's Kinda like a good thing you know what I'm saying because then it's not a cultural shock and Eh you know kids mommy. He got address on Restaurant Mayan. That's a boy you know like we established so but to have that conversation with a four zero every conversation needs to be done at Before your age I'm sorry that Shit. That's the youngest she this. This is my dilemma with that right. Once you introduce a dog or seed of a thought it wasn't there you gotta be responsible from that point but then the trail challenge with that is if you're not the one to produce death see. You can't really change the course of what I'm saying so it's like okay. Do why not say anything right specifically about that and then waits And just hope that when I determined he should be about ready right to hate his message. He's already hurry in his already. Private pervert you. We just had the cells to say we know it's the same. What's what's it like for us before the DOT had a conversation with you about anything serious never you either never all you only experienced or had to have the conversation amongst friends before an adult give you proper nouns so we have to? I can't wait for them to come to me. Yeah because if they eat they come to me is probably already to mandate probably looking for some more reinsurance because they already have some type of information we want to be. The person is introducing introducing the planting the seed. We have to be ahead of the game. And that's tough like I'm not saying it's easy. It's tough because it's the same goofy little kid kid might be doing something real silly i. I can't have this type of conversation out child but you have to also level up. I I think that's I think that's like That assay again comes at dilemma. Like there's certain things that he will people you'll hear people say Let Chow Chow. Yeah uh-huh yeah but then you understand that like as you remove the veil on certain things they grow up that shouting and then as a thing they grow up we grow up until adults and we grow old. You know what I'm saying like my mother told me everything. She never held anything back when I tell her I wanted to leave. My mother smoked. Ajay with me. Okay like you lost me you're going to smuggle with Phil's I'm so like you'll you're the That's that's a second mother. I've ever heard that there was another girl I know for a little bit. I ah she says she literally her mom said it to me. She's like Yo Light. There was a designated night in a house. The mother her two daughters this. They'll they'll pick a liquor and they go get in the mix of how they want. Mix It in house no drink together in France. It's like a Friday night type ship before they were going to do anything else or whatever if they just wanted to go on jake now we can have a drink to gout any became like this girl's night thing so they invited me one night like you know what I'm saying like oh I want you to come so that night. We had GIN. I experienced a sheet and I was like Yo this dope and it kind of gave me that idea to aliko black as a shot moves alone like anything and everything like they need to be hip on like you. Let me show you how to do that right there. You going to do it anyway. Let me show you. You had to do to be doing. Let me show you how to still a matter of protection. You know what I'm saying and you probably could take away that that cool factor to Yahweh EH. By because I feel like a lot of kids get pressure things because it's cool like if it's okay you probably doing it because you actually WanNa do is so funny. You said a cool thing I I would just tell them about this joint Told about him should say but I'm saying anyway Kunert like Yo like like you need to be a cool asner. They like cooler. Maybe a cool eight under light. You know you need to be like Fuck Shit. And he's like looking and I'm like no like I'm taking some real shit. y'All say you think I should have some bullshit when you're young and you're in the middle school high school you'll be too smart. y'All try to fit the fuck in right and then they say you start working for their fucking nerd wearing the days that you want on your feet. Yonge order houses. You want or would help you do what you need to do for yourself. And your family like non-economic cool cool avner ain't number old jace Chico. I can help with the swag. Maybe I just like books how to work the slack. Got Him now. He noted he noted name to sneeze a say. You want the what you want. They sat at the GOUPIL. GOUPIL or a Kyrie's distract with the black ones. What watches and he got East Bay? 'cause no Toga Bell Ah but also really. I'm at the point where I'm like. Okay whatever you win balloon but it's just that when it comes to that sexuality piece right is the hard hard part that I have for. Is that one thing even when our prayers like don't take the innocence you know what I'm saying. Beauty and innocence. You know what I'm saying or what in the world is so. I think formatted as they grow before Minister Way. But you have to introduce certain compensation game because you don't want someone to steal from you don't WanNa air and then boom somebody walk in the door and it's a man with with breasts and then now your kid is like wait. What's going on I'M GONNA mark? This is fucking crazy for me to even get somebody tell you what I know like good. That's all I can really do like he going to know it all when I'm like now like I'm GonNa tell you right now. I'm learning as you learn. You know what I'm saying like real like dishes new to me too like I don't understand it the way it had been told to me. You know what I'm saying. One turned into six. That's what you do. You want like. We talked what about Disney introducing certain. No the thing as a parent. You want you to be able to do that because you don't know what they're yeah you know. Everybody has a perspective back. Did but right. I'M NOT GONNA call them the gender by the what are their perspective. I don't know Iraq film. Say It ain't it a cause my whole thing is just the sexual. He's supposed to be something as opposed to you right. You know what I'm saying. Not necessarily something just coach. We Fed on some people. Say All those things influence right or whatever it is in turn like whatever whatever it is is whatever it is you know what I'm saying so if that's the case then for me I don't need Disney. Show me would it's going be from me saying you don't need that right. I don't need that. And then if you're influencing depending on how you position it that's true you could be positioning Paris Disney. Yeah like it could be positioning it as this is what you should be. So what if you were kidnapped you feel confused about like normally is my straight or my game adamant arguments might gay or 'cause I feel I feel like everything saying I should be this way but I feel this way now dealing with the reverse but I get the intent Dan Tana's to normalize it so when they encountered there'll be more accepting of it. They'll be more a cheerleader vid. You know what I'm saying. They won't even even see it as anything anything to even acknowledge that thing is so many images of that is that just a man. Oh Man oh boy. You don't have saying you do have your. Don't you have your trends. Yeah so you have to. That's why I say Disney leave it up to the parents because if I'm with my child code man by X.. Me Mommy what is that. I'm going to have to explain it. You know what I'm saying into a term no matter what age of GonNa have to explain explaining to eternal where they understand where you know whatever age they are. So if that's GonNa be the case then let me do the talking. I don't want the visual. Because is already there so if they this shows two little boys two boys whatever then my son is our my daughters out they see a trainer try and who knows with but it still like that that image. You see what I'm saying of some soul where they're still identifying that those are two men you know what I'm saying so leave of it up to me to describe what's going on in their face not necessarily the image that stays in their minds when they're watching it. You see what I'm saying because they'll it it it you know what I definitely agree. You always say season starts in the home after absolutely and in a kid has only educate. Bill is uneducated. Yes yeah so I agree with When you saying what you're saying is making the stick because it's like you now sit in the barometers that we should be? You're setting a four year match own me. You know. What I'm saying is a child? You're setting for me but then I'm confused when I see other other like like things so yeah it's interesting it's interesting it hidden in this is not by any means what I was expecting. A when when I became a father may type of conversations like like I I just don't have a moment I some real shit that I'd like molestation didn't even feel halfway real to me because I had no concept of because I look at my own childhood not see the relationship that I had were men which is different. beat up played. You know you'd be the the dump dummy plane wwf shit whatever but it wasn't like it was never sexualize. Yeah even to my sister's never even sexual is like I remember one the point like I don't remember seeing my sister. Go use the bathroom like civil show. I don't even remember. That's how non on sexually set my own what you didn't like. I don't even remember seeing you in there. Like that's how serious it is right. But then you get a kid and us now can see this perversion. A you can imagine what that could be Fuck she what. Um What I'm saying like dad is the that's the harder conversation have. Yeah forget what you feel comfortable as conversation right there were now the top seed of thought. Now injecting the seat of the daughter of a Predator you have to you. Have you have to put some type of caution when it comes to certain like even normal human trafficking right now. He'll like s crazy white vein white van. Everybody looking for white vans. Like how do you had that conversation with a four year or five zero six zero about I if someone because it goes beyond just like a stranger danger was if someone come in and you offering you candy it might be someone trying to snatch you and throw you in the car. Now you gotta teach like a whole defense routine but like if something like that happens take all the school shootings now. You GotTa have a conversation about like shelby investment bulletproof book bags. Or what if somebody shoots at your school get on the floor in a five-year-old's looks like why would somebody shoot me. Yeah they they internalize that. They felt like they did something something bad like. Why is the back why the bad people come from in yes? The hot. That is the hard part is I'm talking about like once you start to think about what you are telling them exist and you have to answer you. Think about the response dashes will fluctuate up and it's like Yo. How do we get this way? And then people have instant just short time to in. This was really traumatic about The town Nubian right now My son had a shutdown like like a lockdown situation has school because someone knocked on the door and disappears walking around the school. Went to alert But that person is. It wasn't wasn't anything but these kids toll come over here hot here or whatever for a short period now from Jersey Jersey City and just recently in Jersey City they had the situation where the to demand and the woman had the shootout with the police. Did you guys hear about them. And they look lock themselves inside the Like a Jewish supermarket. Yes and they you know kill officer killed three innocent people and then they will also wind up being killed but while this is going on. It was a school lockdown doc down in the whole city so key schools post to be let out at his Regla town they were in. It's like four or five o'clock at night and parents can get their kids but these kids in this whole time. This happened across the street from a school. Matter of fact. What's most street? Is The supermarket opposite. Side is sick. School is a school the hearing like like Baghdad. They hear them like rapid fire going on for hours for hours. How do you have this conversation with this kid now? He's he's freed he didn't know what was going on. We were watching. The news was going on a social media. Probably Laugh MHM In that classroom. They're hiding waiting in the teacher. Listen to this trauma sometimes getting louder and louder louder. You don't know what that means. This is getting closer and closer closer. You don't really know what's going on and if you're a kid you internalize them for me. Yeah we as my Mommy was my dad. I need vim to save me. And they can't. Yeah so that's right a lot. This is loud trump. Because Mommy Daddy. Why don't you give me an income? Get you gotTa have that Superhero Conversation. 'cause I tell my kids I'm like I got you hear about Tony Instead I I I am not like you gotTa have that conversation. You GotTa have the conversation of like like okay. This wasn't about you. You know you might have to even describe what was going on just to make your kids feel safe and comfortable again. She's not going to want to go back to. School is so deep man so I gotTa tell my parents. I told my parents like you like I don't know how the hell did he like to see the word today in just a not like there was a world maybe similar when my folks coming from the bottom like I'm like an hour and it was five. Yeah and I look around. We are different but don't get me wrong but like I just look at it like when I go back when I think about where I came from Like how many people I can even say even dawn half of some. You know what I'm saying state and go Nagai this again. You know what I'm saying in a lot in the guy is going on and people getting kicked out of so much or have you so you know you just thankful no just came from Thanksgiving anyway so another thing. I don't think family I'm here today on. Put Any podcast for what may end up in. I Love Lacey. Clean isn't a building us For the next two weeks. Yeah Yeah. 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I wanted to ask you something for Shurmur people as with asking if I could come to Birmingham. That's see me days, ripe fall. Maybe on about that. Yes. Point can't really come because of bomb Levin debt, and you guys have to help me out because I don't have a car, and especially knees, and so trying to work to get like that. All listen, first of all, it's not until July. And let's I don't mean this who's the guy on radio that's always taught. Dave ramsey. That's always telling you cut up your credit cards throw them away. Now, get out of debt. Okay. Let me let me ask you a question. Matt how how deeply in debt? Are you? Uh-huh. Eight hundred and fifty dollars to American sprinter thousand dollars the best buy, okay? Eight eight fifty two. American Express Merican brash and a thousand to best buy. Yes. So you're so you're eight hundred and fifty dollars in eighteen hundred and fifty dollars in debt, right? Yeah. Okay. We got a long way to listen to what is your what is your process in terms of getting out of debt right now. Well, right now, I'm trying to save enough money in basically, I might be getting a pay Dana lawsuit with via though if I get the pay in laws to be online them money from the lawsuit. No. Who are you in a lawsuit with via transom Tonio? Okay. I was in the accident was via and they wanted to offer me two hundred dollars for the don't know though. I mean, we're only represented in that. Okay. Don't don't take it. I'm not gonna take me and tell me don't take it. So we're gonna try glad you came out. Listen, I it's February fifteenth we're five months away from or six months from media days. Don't don't don't give it a second thought. Let's let's concentrate on. Getting you out of debt? Okay. Okay. Also talked to you about a tech to sane and football today. Paul, okay. What do you think about hell Amman positive even better in Johnny Manziel in fights? When the hyphen this year. Well, he's a good quarterback. I'm not sure he's in Johnny Manziel's league yet. But. He's very good. Being you know, winning the Heisman stuff you got virtual yet to have you have to be on a really good team. And you have to have a sensational season. You have to you have to have a breakout game too. He has opportunity because Alabama they think he plans breakout game Alabama that would be that would be the game to start with. Yes. Okay. Okay. Well, listen mad. I want you to stay in touch with me. I don't wanna I don't wanna get in your personal life. But I want to help you get out of debt. Okay. We got a deal. Okay. Okay. Don't go to best buy until between now. And the time you get out of debt though, I won't pull won't do that. By the way. What did you buy best buy gets you a thousand dollars in debt? Well, they had to deal going on where you can get him bone. They quickly, but you had to get a credit card. And I did this stupid thing. Got the credit card through the phone. Yeah. No, I took listen don't ever don't ever look back. Matt only look ahead. Don't worry about what happened. Thanks for the call Millie. That's a sad story. Isn't it? Yes. Sure is listen, we're are you? You're not on TV today. We're on. We're just we're on momentarily. Okay. Well, I hope I can see you sometime today you'll you'll just be patient Milly. We're we're on the alternate channel right now. There's a bad. There's a softball game going on and. Yeah. And they softball game is. Anyway, softball game just ended. So if you take a deep breath, you'll be able to see us. Okay. Well, anyway, the thing of it is is that I didn't get in touch with you yesterday. And and I'm sorry, but happy Valentine's Day one day late. Okay. Zack in Knoxville who yesterday on the who yesterday on Valentine's Day was looking for a woman, but but the woman had to be evolves fan. Yeah. Have you found one yet? Zac, I tell you I stepped in it, brother. My phone went off the hook. I got four calls one only one from a woman three from guys that want use somebody like it set me up with. And I said, hey, I appreciate it. But I'm waiting on Paul to get it done. So I'm still waiting on. You brother any any insight any possibility? I got a couple of prospects. Now knows Zac give me give me some age requirements. Okay. Yeah. Gotta be. Stargate to fifty okay? Thirty to fifty. Yeah, why thirty eight if it why watch thirty eight to fifty. Well, I I want a woman that's lived a little while got some experience and understand what life is really about. So. Zack in a nutshell if you had to give me the three requirements of your perspective Vall mate. Lady vol mate. What would it be? We got the age. All right. She's she's gotta be kind kind. Yes. They have a kind heart. Yeah. Kind hearted woman gas. She has to learn. Love kids love kids. I've got my four kids and you've got four kids woman come in and call trouble. So you've got four kids, by the way, the three people had in mind. Just bailed out. I that. That's all right. I the war the war in with me. And my four kids to live it out that way. Now, we're daddy. Are you are you blow or are you above or below fifty? I'm right at it brother targeted in October. Okay. So you're fifty but now in fifty the new thirty fifty is the new thirty. Though say there you go, man. And Thirdly, Paul Thirdly. I might pay Lima. I heard I might take a little criticism. That's all right. She must be a Christian. She has to be a woman of faith. You don't know this Pol the war? Daddy is an ordained Baptist minister. Yeah. Well, good. Oh, so you're down on me too. Well, you know what I don't like it. But. You know, daddy. Daddy. What I don't like about this. And I'll just go ahead and spit it out. I I think when you meet someone you should have all your eyes open and not be okay. She has to be this or that she has to be that or this. Because you don't know. I mean, you could meet so you could meet a young person and older person a Muslim a Jew, and it could change your life. But you, but you're going into it being stereotypical narrow minded and good luck, buddy. Eight five five four to seven to eight five if any of you would like to date war daddy, you got to be a Christian guy between thirty eight fifty. You have to be willing to accept the fact he's got four kids. You got to be kind. You gotta be able to scream go. Vol's listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. John is in Tennessee. John welcome to the program. Good afternoon to you. Can you hear me, and it's Don DO and Don welcome to the show win. Thank you, sir. Hey, longtime listener talked you one time before and that was the highlight of our trip when I got to talk to you. But I I have to say Paul, I I take outfits it delay treated. We'll even go on the Christian woman band, simply has standards that he's looking into that, Dan. And I think you go into a relationship knowing that not drying. Hey, don't misunderstand me here. I don't want any headlines out there that I'm against Christianity. Okay. I'm married to Kirsten monitor my point being that I was hope as an ordain minister. I would hope that he would have an open mind about everything. And I just I don't like people who come into something from an extremely narrow view. And you know, I it's gotta be this got to be that to me meeting. Someone Seoul mayor or whatever you just have to have an open mind that was my only point. I'm not doing a an opus here on on faith. I'm a big believer myself. I just I just didn't like the way set it. Well, understand and again. I love and we're saying then hoping for good season. But that was just kind of a little bit wrong. But after hearing what you had to say, okay? I'm gonna go calling you, John Harry. Is up next Harry? How are you? I'm good Paul. This is gonna be a tough act follow these. I don't give it a shot. I think you're already. I'm going to try first of all I have two quick questions ball. And the first one is not as serious as a second. But can you imagine Paul when you first started many years ago on the air, if you will if you kept from the AB because of an extra inning game, by the Birmingham Barons? You know, Harry, I will I will say this. I am a now to the point. Where in I'm sure someone will misinterpret this. There's almost nothing. That's the prizes me when it comes to this show in terms of our ability to either get on the air or to get taken off here. But ball in your early is. Imagine the outcry when our. Three emptied. You know, by the way, it doesn't. You know, I accept the fact that I'm just a peon here, and I would never want to interfere with a what's an extremely important. Then that we all know we'll have a tremendous impact on the championship of women's softball when they played the women's World Series fourteen months from now. That's that's probably with all. Its anyway, more serious note is it possible. I did I did have Oregon in the office pool that I so I I want some money. His boss. That's that. You could give a slight lean if you have one not not not a Sunday morning headline. But but just a slightly on Tennessee Kentucky game. Do you have any opinion on that? I I do, but I'm going to wait. Because I I wanna I wanna hear from Seth Greenberg the all knowing well that when he joins us later before. I I put my foot. What about what about you? Here are you're you're pretty good player. Who who you got? Oh, I that's why I'm asking you ball. I I really can't muster up an opinion, I suppose in con- because you know, I have mixed emotions about it. I, you know, it's hard to believe that Kentucky would lose two games in a row at home. But they are playing the best team in the country. Yeah. And I'm dead serious. I'm gonna be looking forward to Mr. Greenberg. But I do hope you come with a lean ball. I just I always hate to give a lean on a basketball game. That is still what five twenty nine hours away. Okay. Paul break show. I'm sure today. And I'll be by the way, Harry. I mean for some reason I ended up picking Kentucky, then I've gotta deal with war. Daddy again. Then I don't wanna do that. I'd rather him go out to the mall and look for a date for the game. Thanks for the call. You're listening to about Paul finebaum show podcast. Talking about the cruiser story with a probably four of you have heard about until now Michael Collins joining us from LA, Michael thank you as always. I know you've been all over the Matt Kuchar story gives us from the tour. Yeah. Number one. I missed you, man. And it takes them scandal on the PGA tour for me to finally get to come back and hang out with you for a little bit. And you know, you guys got it pretty much, right? Look Matt Kuchar had to deal with a local caddy, but he's also a pro caddy because that's what he does for a living. He only caddies there that resort and in resorts around that area. He's also caddied for pros in the past during this event, the deal was two thousand dollars if met missed the cut three thousand dollars if you made the cut little bonus. If you finished inside the top twenty and then this guy, Mr. Ortiz, jokingly said, well, how much I'm going to get if I win and Kucha just laughed so now to ask forward a little bit. They win tournament Cuccia wins. One point three million one point two nine six. Call at one point three million dollars. And this guy gets five thousand dollars cash in the envelope. Full of hundreds fifties twenties. Tens and fives. Was basically means he just emptied. His wallet out was I hate goes. Skippy and smack the Mona behind told him to going ahead. You also have to remember that the story that came out about him doing this to his Catt. He didn't come from the caddy the caddy was going to keep his mouth shut because that's what cat do it came from someone else. And after that story came out. That's one stuff started going back and forth. Emails were exchanged between couture's people. And this catty they went to them and said, hey, how about a week though, you fifteen twenty thousand dollars. And that's when the caddy was like, you know, what keep your money because fifty would have been fair. Now, you have to understand fifty thousand dollars is a lot of money, but it still less than five percent of a win. And you're right, normal cat. He's on the PGA tour. Get ten percent of a win. It goes ten percent for a win. Seventy eight percent for top ten five to six percent for everything else. But caddy's also get a weekly salary anywhere between fifteen hundred and three thousand dollars a week because caddies pay all their own expenses. So Kujat ain't comes out and doubles down. And says, hey, we had a deal I only gave him five thousand dollars. But you know, what five thousand dollars is a lot of money for that guy. He should be happy. I'm asleep. Good at night. Well next week. They're playing in Mexico. You sleep tight to Matt could job. You were before you became a comedian you or your caddy or maybe after you became a comedian your caddy? But but the point is I mean, what's the worst? You've ever been stiffed. The worst that I've ever been stiffed me by golfing. How was just talking? Well, see, here's the thing. I was just talking about this with the caddy buddy of mine and trying to decide whether or not I should go public with the biggest stiff that I feel like I ever got. And I don't know if I'm ready to go public with yet. But I will tell you this. This is another reason I feel bad for this guy. David Ortiz L to con- down at my Koba apparently in two thousand seventeen he worked for Alex Cejka, and Alex take finished ninth that week made one hundred eighty eight thousand dollars and the report that's out there. Now is that Alex take only paid them nine hundred dollars? So apparently this do can't win for losing. Do you think some of this is just a locale you that these guys wouldn't do that here in the states, but down there they figure they'll get away with it? Yes. I do believe that. And also like I said this story didn't come from the caddy. And you know, why didn't come from the caddy this because that's the culture of the cat. He says well, look PGA tour caddies that work out here if they were to get stiff by a pro and it has happened. They're not going to say anything, you know, why? Because what happens the whistle blowers whistle blowers. Don't stay in the same profession. Well, the guys out here loved the caddy. This is what they do. So even if a guy's stiffs them not gonna say anything about it because they want to work again next week. And hopefully, the next guy that they work for doesn't stiffen. That's why there's a culture silence about that out here. Talking to Michael college, Michael there are other stories going on on the PD tour tiger is back this week. I know he's other course, right now after getting rain dot yesterday. What are you seeing from him? Well, we saw a little bit sketchy in the beginning. I mean, he hit a great drive on the first hole had one hundred ninety five yards left in to a par. Five and couldn't hit the green missed the green completely did make a par there. But ended up making two bogeys and then on the eighth hole. It looked like something clicked and he ran off four birdies in a row. But then he went ahead and bogeyed another whole so it's kind of been a roller coaster ride where everyone's going come on tiger tiger tiger. But that's kind of been Tigers M O around this track for his whole career. Before you go Phil Nicholson nearing fifty did it again last weekend. And I'm really interested in your your opinion, though. Because I mean one last year, I believe it was in Mexico. A lot of people have written him off. What are you seeing from you? A resurgence. You know, what Phil looks like Phil looks like a guy who knows he's playing with house money. And it's just having fun on the golf course. Again, he's got his brother Tim on the bag and the two of them have a good time. When they're on the golf course Phil engages more with the crowd now when he's out on the courses than I've ever seen him doing his whole career. And it's almost like he has decided now that he knows he's at that age where he's not going to try and necessarily beatdown guys like Dustin Johnson and Bruce kept. But he's going to have fun on the golf course. He also found some extra distance offer his driver, which also I think really inspired him. So now that he's putting a much longer driver into play and having fun on the golf courses. We're seeing the results I don't necessarily know that that's going to translate into winning majors for Phil Mickelson. But I know he's going to probably win one or two more tournaments this year before you go Michael Riviera is one of the most inclusive club. Of the tour plays on it's right there in the middle of Beverly Hills. And Hollywood what's it like out there is this a little different than your normal? I mean, there is no such thing as garden variety tour stop, but this is pretty pretty Richie stuff out there. It's. You feel the history here. And I don't mean that in a bad way. The Riviera to me is a lot like colonial in Fort Worth. It's one of those. It's also another place that they call Hogan's alley and one of the things that I love about this golf course. Is this golf course proves that length doesn't equal greatness on the PGA tour when you got these guys now that can fly to ball three hundred and fifty to three hundred sixty yards in the air discourse hasn't changed much over the years. But unless we have weather that makes the golf course really really soft this golf course still plays, really hard. And I think there's a pride around this place about that. And this golf course, and it's palpable. And I don't mean that in a bad way, great stuff from Michael Collins. You're still doing the the podcast with MAB airy? Mattie, and the caddy man look at the podcast, apparently one of the things I said on the pike has this week has made it onto MSN dot com. Front page again, I'm not trying to start controversy. I'm just telling the truth. Where did you say? Who's the biggest phoney out here? I'll tour Matt Kuchar. He he didn't mean to bury the lead. But I'm glad we got it in. No, it's okay, man. Look, I'll tell you this the first person after I went on sportscenter yesterday and said what I said about makuuchi the first text message. I got was from his old caddy, and it just said thanks, and that was it that says enough Michael college look forward to many more conversations this spring and summer. Thank you, Michael. Me as well. My friend is well, great stuff. Always entertaining. Listening to about Paul finebaum show podcast. Douglas is in Jacksonville, Florida. Hey, douglas. Hey, Paul, her fam- caller. To your show and enjoy very much. If I want to clarify something in my mind, before many, my point, and when talking to or dating, and you when you finished it, you said that it was reinstalled type is did I hear correct? Yeah. I tell you what let me say something Douglas. I think I think the words was it'd be was big stereotypical. You know, what I think I'm the wrong with the one whose role in there. He was being honest about what he wants. And what he looks for in. I had no business. Judging him. I was doing something worse than what I was insinuating. He was doing so I apologized to him because I think I gave the wrong impression. I if that's what he's looking for. And a lot of people are like that. And I've heard it. I mean, I think there is certainly a lot of people who want to find someone as their soulmate who is who who has some more thoughts, and it's not it's none of my business to tell someone what they should or shouldn't do. So I apologize toward daddy always wrong. I should've just let him do whatever. And do whatever he wanted to do. And and I hope that helps answer your question. Yes, sir. It does. And thank you very much. Thank you. The only thing is that as as Christians most over so raised in church. I understand we are taught. We're taught Biblically, you know, not to be on these unevenly GIO. And most of the people that we date are Christians sirloin stand that. And that was what it was. But I think. Doug. I grew up in similar world where I was encouraged to date within my faith. And I appreciate what you say. I'm not trying to change the world thousands of years effort began. And I think I just it was just something to triggered me in that. And and I was wrong. I'm I'm a very open minded person when it comes to welcoming people of any race, creed or religion. And I heard something that I don't think he really intended. And I am sincerely sorry that I said thank you for the call Keggi is in Nashville, and she is on the air. Go right ahead. Peggy thanks for taking my call. Caller. I didn't meet the criteria. I'm over the age. But I went to Phoenix with YouTube basketball team they called from UT. I'm a fundraiser here in Nashville for the and it was the most wonderful experience. I went up there expected maybe got us all to beat us. But they didn't. And I was so honored that I got to sit with admirals parents. Oh, and it was just a lifetime thing. He's also came in and sat down I said are you from Knoxville he said, no, I'm I'm with Admiral family, and I had a picture that I had made of Admiral not at at the bandy game in Nashville. He said, what can we buy you a phone, and they passed it down to his parents? It was wonderful and racing that I'm getting to go tomorrow to Lexington. A friend of mine that has season tickets at diehard Kentucky fan is in Florida, and she called me, and she's just taking too. To catch the Lexington. That's it. Oh, yes. So anyway as far as what's going to happen tomorrow? I'll on the just like everybody else. I don't know what's going to happen. But I can truly say after spending a lot of time with Rick Barnes. He is he's the most wonderful Christian may I've ever been around and I work with fellowship of Christian athletes, and we just kinda bonded, and I just want everybody to know what if they're sending their boy or managed to UT to play ball. They're going to get more than just basketball. They're gonna get an example of how we know. We should all live. We'll thank you very very much. It's a it's great to hear from you. Nice of you to call Blair is calling next for Maine. Poland time, no talk. How are you? Blair. It's been tough. I've been I've been having some rough times 'cause they'd been me from the radio station for two weeks. And I'm almost at the end of that. Why were you are you know, who was this up in Nain? Yeah. Have you have you get banned from radio station in in in? Maine Blair what what did you do? I try to get him fired. So I learned my lesson. Right. You can't do that. That's not. That's not a good thing to do. That's a no, no. But I called the talk about something. No, no aware, I want to know exactly what you did though is so agree. Gis try to get them five for what reason over the radio. And it's not why did you try to get them fired? Is my question. It was a dumb move k-. No boyer. You're not answering. My question. Why? What did you say? What was it about a wanted to get him fired four times? And you you you didn't answer him. Thanks. Thanks player. Hope hope you try to get us. Fire to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast brought to you by capital on capitol. One wants to build a better Bank one that feels an axe nothing like a typical Bank. It's why they're reimagining banking by offering accounts with no fees or minimums and one of the best savings rates in America. You can open a Capital One account from anywhere in five minutes. That's banking reimagined Capital One. What's in your wallet capital? One. In a time for Nellie from CBS sports. Joining us, Tom. Thanks as always we've spent a lot of time talking about free agency in the game. Give us your your view of where we are. And maybe most important where we going. I wish I knew where we were go that'd be more. Interesting. I think I it's we're at we're clearly at a stage where things are going to change. We don't know what the changes are going to look like early too. But it's when I wrote this week was essentially though, as we saw with Justin fields, he got his waiver approved and we've seen in the last few years with their new rules and guidelines the NC double A has been much more lenient with, you know, approving transfer waivers allowing players to transfer from one school to another without having to sit out a season as long as they meet certain requirements, and as a result with the transfer portal, and all this stuff we've seen so many transfers and we'd see him previous years, and it is like you said it's becoming somewhat of a free agency type feeling with rosters in college football. And it's hard to know what this is going to lead to because obviously coaches for the most part don't like it because it's leading to more work for them. It's not not only now. Coaches have to recruit players to come to their school to worry about the players of the future. But now they're sitting there having to recruit players they already have like re recruiting them trying to convince the disdain it's just it's it's not leaving a lot of time for actual football at this point. And as far as players are concerned, you understand their argument where they're saying, hey, the coaches can leave we should be able to leave anytime we want to as well. So it's it's going to be an interesting scenario to see where this goes in the future. Whereas like, it's it could lead to, you know, players eventually it becoming more of a professionalized type of approach where you'd be like when the NFL not just not just in paying the players. But like, I said, what are the stream results we could see from this is kind of like the schools breaking off not just from the NC NCWA, but kind of breaking off from their own conferences in which they they form their own kind of, you know, maybe not quite professional, but semi professional league in which the players are getting more compensation for it. And they are allowed more freedom. Boop, it it's there's really no telling which way. Going to go. And it's going to be really interesting to follow in the next few years to see which direction starts heading whether the NCWA maybe take a step back and tries to you know, them the low by going back a little bit more stricter. It's it's going to be an interesting situation. No doubt the Tom. Your view the NCWA on this. I mean what what is their end game other than maybe voiding litigation? I think that's always the end gave to them. I it's it's just trying to maintain some semblance of power. I think in avoiding like you said avoiding litigation for the it's it's going to be a situation where obviously the NC NCWA exists for the schools, if the schools don't want the NCWA around they could leave the NC double eight anytime they want. That's that's really the reality of the situation. So if you're the NC double A in the end and going to end up doing what the schools would prefer them to do or what the schools want them to do. And I don't think it's a coincidence that what we've seen like in the in the fields transfer, for instance, Georgia didn't fight it, Ohio. You know, Georgia was not going to fight the field waiver. So they passed it. I feeling that. We're gonna see that. You know, the trends that I've noticed as far as the waivers getting approved involved, a the families hiring lawyers, which always good where you in these cases because you know, the NCAA doesn't have a ton of legal ground to stand on. So if you're gonna hire a lawyer the NCW. Can't do much and B if the schools don't fight it and support it they're probably going to let it go through. So I think that's pretty much what we're going to see the NCW is just going to do what the schools wanted to do. We know Tom that the coaches are complaining, which is not unusual. But what are you hearing from the many coaches out there? And what are they what are their major concerns as we move forward here? It's like I said the service that they have more than anything from what I've heard been told is just. They don't wanna have to re- recruit the roster. They don't wanna have to worry about every single kid on the Russia. Just because he's not playing this year. You you plan you when you recruit and you build a program, you recruiting a kid, maybe not play right away, maybe recruiting him, as you know, as a quote unquote project or somebody that you can have stepped in and is in junior to you know, fill in and take over for the kid. That's all ready there. So that we don't miss a beat. But now, you're not bringing them in a lot of kids who looking at the situation where it's like, well, you know, a lot of freshman quarterbacks are playing because the quarterback position itself is just kind of taken a step forward as far as the development of them at young ages. Whereas, you know, even ten fifteen years ago to think of when when a freshman quarterback started ten years ago, it was like a strange crazy site. Just didn't see it. Now, it's the freshman quarterback comes in. And it seems like every dash title contender has a freshman quarterback. So you see that kind of change. But it's it's expanding to other positions where players are at a spot where they get there. And they think, you know, maybe. They were told they'd get more playing time and they show up. And now all of a sudden, they're not playing as a freshman or software as much as they want and other going to start looking to see if the grass is greener somewhere else, and if they can go in for coaches, it just throws a wrench into the whole idea of building your program not just for the current year but down the line, and that's where the concern is for them. And they already have to spend so much of their time worrying about recruiting new players and now they have to add that to their new roster. So I think I as I wrote on Wednesday. I think that what we're going to see is we're going to see an expansion of coaching staffs, and you'll be we've already seen it in recent years where there are just recruiting analysts and guys brought understaffed who's pretty much their only job is to handle recruiting recruiting recruiting. We're going to see staff expand. I think if if things keep heading in this direction, we're going to see a lot more coaches hired who are really just there's recruiting analysts in guys to help take care of that to take some of the burden off of the other of the assistance in the head coaches shoulders. Great story Tom for Nellie from. CBS sports. Many thanks. We will be talking about this often, Tom come back soon. I look through thanks for taking much one of the longest conversations since January seventh has been Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, just moments ago, the university of Alabama has made it official. We already knew this. But they have hired a believe seven. Maybe more new assistant seven seven new assistant coaches to a staff that had already turned over considerably in the last two or three years. The names are familiar, the big names, of course, made being made official or of course, Sarkissian as the offensive coordinator and Pete Golding who was on the staff he is the defensive for Nader other other names made official home in Wiggins at at wide receiver Carl flood the former Rutgers head coach at offensive line. Jeff banks also part of that staff. Brian Baker is now the associate head coach and in charge of the defensive line Charles Kelley as the associate defensive coordinator and safeties south and Sarah. Who was once on the staff about seven or eight years ago left to go to Tennessee has been a couple of other places, including Florida. He's the outside lie. Backers coaching crawl Scott a hold over at quarterback at cornerback. So not a complete overhaul but almost a complete overhaul from last year. And if you go back to three years, there's virtually no body left. So Nick save and finally making it official weeks after most of us felt like we had a pretty good handle. So Butch Jones not on that staff. Not clear whether Butch Jones will remain an analyst, I think that is the speculation. There had been some talk about him leaving to go with Mike Loxley, but that talk may have subsided to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast a lot of conversation about what else to transfer portal. The free agency this week. We learned that the NC double A after opening the gates now are they trying to close them a little bit. Dan Murphy from ESPN has been covering the story. Dan, always great to have you on the program. Look at. Happy Friday, Paul. Yeah. It seems like we talked to you quite often during the tumultuous times of the fall with urban Meyer and other stories, but this is a little this is a little different story. So what can the NC double A do now? Or what are they going to try to do? Now that players are leaving with abandonment. I don't know that they fully know the answer to that yet. I I think that they realized and if got enough feedback from coaches and schools that they want to pump the brakes and figure out if they if they need to change the rules that they've laid out so far. And I know there's been a handful of proposals from different coaches around the country about ways, you can tweak some of these rules to try to make it maybe not, you know, keep it easy for players that really need to leave school because of a bad situation easier, but maybe slowdown the being little play right away in some of the impetus for guys that are just looking for an easy way out of a bad depth chart situation. So. I'm trying to understand now that the I mean again, you know, some of these cases were seeing Martel Justin field shape Patterson. I mean, th this is a little bit different than than you're running the mill. But do you think they can walk it back? I I've already asked you this. But I'm just trying to think once you once you open that door. How do you? How do you start to gently close it? Yeah. I mean, look this isn't totally out of the ordinary for the way the NCW rolls out a lot of legislation. They kind of throw something out there. They it. It creates unintended consequences coaches, or in this case, you know, players at find loopholes to try to exploit that and try to make the most of those new rules. I guess the other way to think about it. And then they make some adjustment. So I think the pendulum is definitely swung further into the the favor of the players. And I don't think it will. Swing back too far away from them. But I wouldn't be surprised if you know returns to the mean a little bit with some of the judgments they decide to make Dan getting even beyond that we saw in both Patterson's case. And most recently just until case I mean, there was some mitigating circumstances Martell who just let house state is a little bit of a different situation. What is the view on that? I in terms of where the NCW is are they just trying to avoid lawsuits or are they going to let everyone go, regardless what what's your view on that? Well, the language that they set up for these new transfers is incredibly vague and had to be intentionally vague of basically it says if if something happens that you can document that affects your wellbeing, then you can apply for one of these waivers. It'd be granted one of these waivers. How they define well being. I mean, that's a very broad term and can can range from safety to. You know, anything my plan is basically, you know, from what I understand is coach left and new quarterback came and that affects his well being because he's no longer going to have the same opportunities to perform and try to earn a pro contract. So I think the uncivilized made these rules, and is now trying to sort through exactly how they're going to apply. The letter of that law and exactly what wellbeing will end up meaning finally on that six months on our year from now, how do you think this is going to look I don't think it will look all that much different. I mean, look we go through this every year with with the different problem. Whether it's training tables or the amount of hours that players are allowed to spend with coaches, and and there's no there's gonna be a problem with whatever solution they come up with and it's because of these are all symptoms of a bigger problem, which is the NCWA trying to, you know, use the language of of one system in theory of you know, this is an after school. Activity that that our students happened to take place in and wedge it into a system that's outgrown that by by leaps and bounds and more of a business. And until they dressed the bigger problem. There's gonna be no easy answer really to any of these questions. Then many. Thanks, great to have you on. Thank you. Then Murphy with the latest on transfer portal. It's get into the caller portal. Now with the king of all media. I'm in. Good glue, Paul the man who doesn't need hotels. He's on the air. No, you just come on you start on listen when the bell rings, you come out like my Tyson's swing for Kim. No doubt and within when people are on hose, you you should hear the bell. And if you don't hear the Bill don't say nothing. Mighty more call back, then that if everything. Can you hear me? Can you hear me? I won't don't fall. I miss talk. Paul. Been over and all my youngest, son moved all day. And I tell you I don't know a lot of people, you know, the doodle service things like get in your hometown. But I'll tell you that reach if your program and thanks to you, and you see network ESPN and all that. But you know, I'm over there in the Milton the son it's got some courageous Houston Tyree shoes. In stumble on this. The the halberd tire services. Collect road in. So they're kind of looking after the car and everything and looking around the Auburn, Alabama get the talking sports, and I mentioned fine bump, which I don't normally do. But I tell you because of this program, you know, my son's got somebody that he can go to now that optronics with his that great guys. And I'm sure that's great guys all over state within these kind of things that my son happens to be new to him. And I tell you I'd like to give a big shout outs herald. Josh, Paul, David because rake is in a great atmosphere this because of this program, and you know, things like that so many people do that. Space here some things, and we know that, but it's little things like that between of get that far extended payments and their safety and things and not just wanna pensions. Appreciate that. Yeah. I was talking to someone. There was some California today, and they were trying they were marketing people, and they were trying to understand this program. And they asked me about it. And I I referred to it as a cross between a family and a Facebook page, and I am always mazed as you pointed out the reach and not so much because of anything we do. It's just the fact that this is a a gathering place, and there aren't many places like this anywhere in the medium or media today. Thank you. I really appreciate glide. Your son got situated? Well, let's talk to Mike in New Jersey on this Friday afternoon almost Friday night. Hey, Mike, how you doing Paul? We're doing I'm from the land of where college football does not exist. The northeast. Swamp up there. Well, yeah. That too. Well, they they try, but you know, obviously, it's nuts. Nothing. What you guys have down there, which I'm quite envious of. But I am a big Alabama fan. Johnny Musso was my introduction way back when but I did wanna follow up on what bud was talking about from Alabama the twenties in the thirties. I'll tie this in with Abbott and Costello because Johnny Mack. Brown was a great football player for Alabama in the mid and late twenties was Alabama in ride em cowboy the Abbott and Costello a great movie. And if I'm not mistaken bear Brian played with Johnny Mack Brown, and I just wanted to touch on that because but had brought it up, and I'm sure a lot of people who don't know who Alabama really was in that move. Easy. And he was Johnny Mack Brown who played in quite a lot of why you might say great b westerns, and I just wanted to tie that in that was the first that was Alabama's first Rose Bowl team. I believe and it really did put the crimson tide on the map. Oh, yeah. And and the twenties and thirties, then like, I said, you know, we don't really have college football up here. I mean, listen, I've spent probably. Two or three days a week up east. This fall house in Connecticut in New York City, and I was surprised though walking walking in New York had some strange occurrences running into New York. Thanks for the call, by the way, New York policemen occasional passers passersby, but no, it's it's not football country. That is as baseball basketball. It's but college football is barely penetrates the northeast, except maybe state college or a few other places. You were listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Let's talk a little bit about the game tomorrow night at Rupp arena. You got the number one ranked Tennessee valves coming into Rupp and Seth Greenberg joining us you'll be on college game day tomorrow. He's been on all day today. So thanks for the time. So here we go. Vows have been tested before. But nothing quite like tomorrow night. At rope before we get to Tennessee, the LSU game, you think that will have any impact on on the mindset of Kentucky heading into tomorrow night. I don't have effect on the mindset, but I think that, you know, Tennessee learned a valuable lesson defensively that if they could potentially utilize it gets Kentucky that is that what you did to guard action Hagans they played softball and those steals down at the end of the game where because his band left him because he's not a great threat to score it and came double the got the ball out of the Washington San. So I think that the team one thing about grade by young teams Paul is that they have to get to the next play bounce back that big young enough. They don't know any better the environment is going to be absolutely terrific. The biggest question is. They've got to do better job at companion basketball second-half three about what is got anywhere. He wanted to. And they gotta do job execute shooting in the half court. There are a hundred twenty six to the country in points per possession of the half court. That's not gonna win you close games. They've got to get better executing and a half court talking to Seth Greenberg about tomorrow night before we get to deep. I want to get your thoughts on on LSU. We had we'll wait on here yesterday. And I I know nobody should be too surprised especially someone who covers the game as closely as you. But what was your impression of them? And what can they do the rest of the way? I think they're really good. I think that look they've got athleticism. They've got lent. They've got a very good back court with liberty maturity treatment waters is got a toughness. He's got kind of a winning gene tool and Scarlett bays today is the most afford player because he has a high passed by cute. He's got maturity about his game. He's shot maker. And he has a poison about it that I think her as throughout their teeth their front court is really athletic. It you know, when you get and that Williams come off the bench rebounded the ball. Slashing Mangan finishing around the basket. When you got I'm not as big on Nasreen as other people, but he used outfit. They've got enough bodies enough length dust athleticism and enough experience that they can beat anyone in this conference at times they play for both teams because they're not that times. They're not as disciplined as they need to be. But in terms of their athleticism in a potential. They're very good one last question on them. I mean, they have found themselves in in real holes, especially a couple of weeks ago, remember against Missouri. I think there were down by fourteen came back to win. They struggled similar position with Arkansas and ended up losing that game. When when you see a team do that. I realize you have to have great talent to come back. But what what does it tell you? If anything about the team, and what perhaps could happen to them as they get closer to the tournament. Yeah. Immaturity. Some they get. Loose with the ball. Shot selection gets impacted they're not as focused defensively, they become it. If they become a team that has the potential to get to the lead eight they become a keep as factual get knocked out the first second round, not because of palate because of approach maturity and execution they're more. And that led a team that 'execution theme. But I'm a big tree might waters fan. I mean, I think it starts with him. If he maze could basically lead and send a message to this team. Those young guys foul that's the key. You gotta remember that would some of these young guys who think they're wanna ducks. Will they follow the leaders number one number two is when they get down the stretch of the season. Or are they were concerned about where they are potentially in the draft or where you know where they can help take their team. So, you know, there's some variables when you get with these young really talented teams with coaches that have haven't had that type of experience coach those guys servants. In the couple of minutes, we have left. Let's dig deep into tomorrow night, eight o'clock tip ESPN Seth as you prepare for tomorrow morning and look forward to this game tomorrow night really eager to hear where you think. This will this game will be one. Well, I think there's a couple of matches. You gotta watch. Let's start at the point guard position. Don't ask to take its estimates. It's not been good less five games as a good. I'm Alaska me had zero steals one assists. Do good job at the paving the basketball playing against Jordan boat, who's playing that elite by the last five games, averaging fourteen at seven and a half and Justice Camis. He's the pulse of this team. I mean, he's playing at a high level he guards it he pushes it. He gets others involved. It gets him into the half court set. So that's going to be a match up to watch the match up to watch is going to be PJ Washington. Grant Williams, I mean PJ Washington last seven games twenty one points, nine rebounds, four portly how he's getting those points. So they he gets him on the left block where he works for the beta gets the left elbow. He gets up in a trail spot shooting trout threes. Ten for twenty in the last, you know, last five games. I think from the fear seven games from the three. So I they're gonna make grant Williams defend and they've been. Go playthrough PJ washed. It the best way to guard grant Williams getting the foul. Trouble execution. Half court will be because I think Tennessee will do a good job of taking Kentucky out of transition because they don't turn it over bunch. So Kentucky's going to have to execute in the half court, Tennessee second in the country points per possession in the half court Kentucky, like I said, I think so they won twenty six twenty eight. So that'll be something to watch. And then offensive rebounding to be the last thing, you know, Kentucky is a very good offensive rebounding came, Tennessee. Good offensive rebounded team. Not a very good defensive rebound. Kate Kentucky can steal some extra possessions by get glass. Seth many many things really great to have you on on this Friday afternoon. I can't wait for tomorrow. Charlie. Thank you so much for have you got it. Seth Greenberg live in Lexington were Tennessee will go off as a slight underdog fording Vegas about three points. If you were interested, you can interpret that any. The way you want. But the home field the home court, I should say at Rupp is enormously valuable to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast one of the copies of conversation. We've had so many times here has dealt with not only the experience on game day. But but attendance, whether it's television, or whatever I mentioned during the season athletic directors. Continually talk about their concerns and genomes with us. He is the president and CEO of the Bruno event team, they do a number of things from managing golf tournaments around the the country in the world from from US Open's to others to you. Also, a secondary part of the business, which is now a very important part of your business is managing the game day experience on on college campuses. I I know some of this all I like, I don't because I've known you a long time, but headed headed you get headed you and your company get into this. Well, we've been running sporting events all over the country Paul for twelve thirty. Eighteen years and got a call a co- call from the university of Alabama and said can you come down and look at our game day plan and see if you can help us better organize. This was two thousand seven Mike Shula's next to last season. I went down and looked at it from a operational standpoint. Not a fan standpoint. And we got hired the next season. They opened the north end zone, and and we helped to make changes to improve the fan experience. And then of course, coach saving came the next year that that really didn't improve the fair. It did five national championships. They opened up the south endzone. They doubled the student population. And really the landmass didn't change a whole lot. So we had to get a whole lot more creative. And how fans came to the game and got back home safely and having a good time. But what we've seen over time as television has become better and better at showing the game. And this. Network alone has done a lot innovate. The fan viewing experience people are opting in small numbers right now. But nonetheless, they're doing it to stay at home and watch it on television or their device students. That's a big problem. They aren't coming to the games. So every athlete director in this country is sitting around trying to figure out how to make the game day experience better. So that fans will continue to come to the games, gene. I had an and I'm not gonna out him. But I had one athlete Drucker. And then another with a similar story talking me once during the season. And he said this is the biggest concern we have moving forward. I am really concerned about the future ticket prices. Keep going up the licensing fees, keep going up with this new tax law is wreaking havoc. Yes, it's an underreported story. So at some point you have to make it better. But what you said really struck. Cme. Because I leave a lot of college campuses at noon on on Saturday to to get to the airport in run into students. And I asked why aren't you going to the game? This. It's hard to it's hard to tax. It's hard to tweet. It's hard to keep up with. We could all watch it together and have their own little universe. The connectivity with their devices the number one issue for students, but it's a whole myriad. If things it's the video board inside the stadium. It's concession lines. Concession prices how clean to the restrooms. How easy was it to park. What about the security measures in place? How long did it take to get through the magnetometer? So like any business college football is fine tuning its model and making it more attractive for fans to come something that they really didn't have to be too concerned with ten fifteen years ago, and I'll tell you things praises, Greg. Byrne is right there on the leading edge of wanting to make that fan experience better. He is hyper focused on improving all the details. It's a driveway to driveway experience improvement from the moment, they leave their house time, they come back home. And we do a lot of things like we're up in the sky. With Tuscaloosa police department looking down from a helicopter at traffic patterns. And we're tweeting we have fifty thousand Twitter followers on you game day. And we'll say there's a train coming. They see that they react. And they go another direction to get shouldn't be looking at their phone while they drive to the passenger is the passenger is so all these things are helping make the game day experience easier better less stressful because at the end of the day when you do take your son or your daughter, your grandson, granddaughter or your wife to a college football game. There's no better experience. And so to minimize all the things that surround it to make sure that people continue to come and enjoy this quality product is a mission of every affect because it impacts merchandise concessions, it impacts the economic impact for that community. If less fans come to the game, then the restaurants and hotels don't do as well. It'd be remiss your your company. Has also been heavily involved in managing the SEC baseball tournament for countless years, which is certainly one of the great success stories out in in Hoover. You've done many other events from gymnastics to to basketball regions tradition where you guys come every year and. One day. We'll we'll just have to get you to talk about just dealing with the the egos of the SEC network personalities. Who show up there every year? But I mean you've been in the Gulf business for for a long time. And that's a business that does take care of its customer. It does the golfers. Get it. And and look the this. Greg Sankey says it best he said, the sky's not falling when it comes to attendance. It's not the end of the world right now. But has Steve cannon who is the general manager of the falcons organization said because the NFL has the same issues. Sure, we cannot become a made for television product. And that's an extreme. That's how perfectly to say that you know, that they're going no fans in the stands. But if you're losing three and five and seven percent for fans every year has some schools are not necessarily in the SEC. Then you look five years from now. And you've got big swats at the stadium that are anti well, listen, I mean, Nick Sabin. It's been pretty vocal about as you. Well know. In terms of I'm interested in this because Nick Sabin for those who don't know. I mean, he's a hands on guy. I know that he is talked to you callous times about what you do. I mean, he's he's in. He he not only runs what happens on the field. But well, he said something one time that I'd never thought of is that has improved the experience for fans coming to the game. We're so to improving the experience for a recruits parents exactly who are coming into the game. And they're sitting there and traffic if it's going well, and they park Easley the next I could envision coming in doing this for the next three years to watch my son play. So has we improved that experience? It helps indirectly recruiting it helps so many different things. And every every school in this country is focused on it. But I will tell you, and I'm biased, and I know him on the SEC network. The SEC is leading this focus there. There are groups that have been convening and talking about this among all fourteen member institutions for the last five or six years. Don't worry about being biased here. You're okay with before you go. I do want to ask you because we will be there. Again, we've been there for four or five years in a row at the regions tradition. I it's there on the pro MD, which is fascinating. Nick Sabin Kirby. Smart about understand, Kirby's smarts. Got some friends coming this year, widespread panic I didn't realize that we're from Athens Kirby's pig. Watch spread fan on a play the John Bell, delete singer. Exactly. It's playing with coats smart 'course coach saving coat smells on coach. Mason. We've got coach Luke we're still working on coach Pruitt Condoleeza Rice your Taylor Hicks. We've heard of him a lot of a lot of fun, Bruce Pearl Avery Johnson. So we'll be a lot of fun in may. Yeah. Yeah. We've got a we've got to spend some time talking about music, and we had we'll mushed. Yup. On here. The other night, and he was literally dragged kicking and screaming. He denies it to a a a beyond say Jay Z concert that williams-brice I think it was a Williams rise wasn't a couple of months ago. And I asked him afterwards. I said, so what was your favorite song? He could not name a single. Whereas I went to Fleetwood MAC two nights ago in the first eight songs for all number ones that I knew every one of them I've been to a few concerts with you know, your music catalog. Well, that is really cool. I again, I'm I'm I am fascinated by this this topic because I know nobody really wants to hear it. But it's not so much. I don't even think it's television, gene. Because but television does play a role when every game is on now, thanks to certain that works, but but it's the students that I'm fascinated by why why seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year old students. Don't wanna go. To the stadium on their campus. Well, one thing that Greg Byrne is doing at the renovations, they're doing it. Right. Denny's. They're creating a student terrace inside the stadium overlooking where you can see the field a place where they can gather. So some of the thought is sitting in their seats is confiding, they they can't mix and mingle. Sorry. Sorry. They gotta stay right. And you're seeing so creating a student terrorists. This will continue to evolve in the way, we view this game. A lot will be dramatically different in in five years in his today. Keith urban played it the national championship game right before kickoff that you can't do that every week and that's too expensive. But those types of things will continue family friendly tailgating areas, that's become a big thing. I realize you can't you can't project five years from now. But but I'm really interested. You've got your son here who is quite young when he gets a college and few years, and when he grows up, I mean, what what what do you think this is going to look like in ten fifteen twenty years. Well, I think what's going to happen. It's going to be concierge service. It's going to be. Limoux rats the stadium. Like, it's going to be you know, buses to the stadium. It's going to be golf carts picking up at your car. Taking you to the stadium. The food is going to be like the Arthur blank model in Atlanta, much cheaper. So people can come into Ford. It you're going to see restrooms cleaning kale kale burgers. Okay. Good. We'll be big big wad Kat wider concourses wider seats, the video boards will improve the music the music played in the game. Not only is important to keep the game going, but it energizes the players. There's a lot of thought going into music beam play just that wifi issued the cellphone coverage. Everything can years ago, if you were sitting on the college football, you could not you could not you forget, I remember, I think my wife was sitting with you. And when the the Alabama am game, and it was two thousand twelve Johnny Menzel and twenty nine I as I left the game. I got about one hundred texts that because you could not you could not communicate at you got about ten miles outside of the Email. Download at one time, and that's a big deal. It's changing it, and I think five g's coming and that's going to change it yet. Again. I think video ports continue improve that. I don't know if if the conference this will start looking at shorter TV timeouts because that's when you but trying to make the games go a little quicker. I know St. Scholz talked about that trying to pick up the pace of the game. Because I think that's part of the problem too non conference games. That's an important factor that plays into it. We've got some you've got a good slate of games this year at Bryant Denny stadium. LS you see? True. Yeah. We'll we'll we'll leave it at that. Jim. I I am fascinated by this topic. We'll talk again because this really is an important issue that I don't think many people at least watching and listening have given much thought. Thanks good to see you. Great to see you gene in here. For listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern. Let me tell you without Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in his hockey skates. Pete practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven p realized he just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. 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OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease making chinese face while talking mall mocking transvestite or trend transpeople. Excuse me he he'd never it never got to that point because it never was amplified because he was the one person who could neutralize the the the propellant and so social strep card rights social media is the lighter fluid and all this the liberal blogosphere is the match hat and the news media is the charcoal but social media's the lighter fluid that really makes things but you can throw a match on some charcoal and nothing really happens but but once you hit it with that lighter fluid and so because dave chapelle is so beloved by people in our generation he was able to neutral neutral. He canceled canceled culture. I've seen some people say no. I don't think that's true. I think we're kind of going to always live with mob but i think it was a moment that that caused everybody to kind of reset and it kind of exposed the cancel culture crowd online and in these click bait mills as charlatans and so maybe we'll do less of it because of day chapelle special where he intentionally tried to get them to cancel him right and there's also like the timing of it <hes> also get lake came out of the best time and so would cancel calls are basically got three massive massive blows dealt to it you know at this big body blow by dave chapelle and some other stuff that came out of a with progeria and another body blow hello <hes> because <hes> zoe quinn and <hes> what happened with alec what all right bearing the leap go back. I'll go back on we see we swing around <hes> but a <hes> don't let your charcoal with charcoal lighter fluid. Go get a chimney lighter with paper. Don't put you know the wasted. Fluid is talking about a barbecue but okay but anyways the the body blow like i said the big s by with dave chapelle like just rock cancelled culture but the other thing also happened on cancel culture is is a paraphrase these two events because unless you're really into it. You don't even care about these people but you never leaves office happening. Was this <hes> you tuber pro jared which he has a host of his earlier issues any parents people try to cancel him earlier in this year and he's weighed quiet as is he is. Is this the guy who or that's charles somebody. Charles charles book like pro jared is back at the legacy and he's talking about how he's got the receipts and he's got like basically he's shoring things up and like nevada what was said about me is false at now is waded to now. Come back out of everybody and which is it's all so. It's weird like that huge like that. It's like a jet back jab right back at catholic culture. That was weird was awesome. When i i got into pale hord who miss remember something which did a great job of coming back on. You know what project is right. I miss member that moment. I apologize never in spoke up about this and it was like an amazing moment then vast sport <hes> then from the exact same time zoe quinn famous person who five up guys for for everyone knows her gasser gamer gate. That's what everyone wants to bring up and talk about about gamer gave but zoe quinn comes out and has an end the tried bring the and her ilk tried to bring a busy a metoo movement to the indie game days and basically tries to cancel a indie indie game. We'll duck. Try does cancel into game dave and the gets gives game cancel. He gets out of the country basically blacklisted right and the guy eventually darken place committed suicide and now everyone's like. It's a total shock right now the way what should happen because you know the chemicals are basically guilty about it. They've drilled someone to suicide. Did you see the article and reason magazine about the reporter who was part of me to anywhere basically the two accusations about him. He was a reporter <hes>. I'll find it on. I'll put it in the show notes because it's it's an absolutely stunning stunning article and then the lack of empathy from women and even our facebook group for this guy was stunning to be where the basically the first woman it was a consensual sexual acts. She was unsure about it. Afterwards leaked out somehow and so it was a big problem and then the second one where basically it was another mutual instance of consensual sex and then she basically used it to make a name for herself in the metoo movement and that wasn't good enough for some women are in our one woman in our facebook group is like well he it's just time for men to pay and i went that couldn't be further from libertarian values values if you tried like and that is really the problem with so much of this illiberal values and as classical liberals we believe in the in the the dignity of every single human being racism sexism of any variety every person is should be valued and is afforded dignity and respect and when we start to move away from that then we you start to move towards society that is becoming much worse because we've become more try ballistic as opposed to more individualistic and in that this guy's career has basically been ruined because one woman basically sank him so she could make a name for herself in in a a tribe of me to people and he was just like this low level. LA times reporter in china and now he's living in his mom's basement. He's on a bunch of drugs suicidal like he's. He can't get work. His whole life is ruined because he had to consensual sexual affairs like it just it's. It's crazy crazy to me because he had any kind of notoriety. Their word sank him. I mean he didn't seem to have done anything wrong. It wasn't even like a gray area like with. NC's unseasoned sorry where that wasn't cool but like you know. She sucked his dick and that's kind of clear but at the same time he was aggressive. It wasn't doesn't even that like if you read the article your just like. This dude got fucked like hard for no reason at all so and i think that's the problem from is that a lot of this stuff is libertarian. Guys aren't alone these. I bet if we i as in it's sad watched like like watches. Full generation of guys abed yourself to this and that's what at least got to have to do the career yes how many people have that suffer some of that because of some title nines of that got hit kangaroo courts in college never got got got into their degrees never got the much never will have the notoriety because they got something like that. A lie like that happened to the right that big movie that's coming out about the football player who got accused of rape and you know and now as you know you know got exonerated in mrs entire shot owners football career yes so i i wanna talk a little bit more about. I don't wanna go into false accusations all that stuff because i don't want to end up in straight pride territory all right what do you you guys think about. This straight. Pride parade seems going to honestly how many paddock a good guy and not the good guy because it would be if it was a gay pride parade probably be a lot of fun decided. How many gay kisses do you think we're at the stroke primary all of them all all of them. That's right. Let's see here. Let's see if i can find some sort of article about this this is from CNN. I chose this over the huffpost or you're welcome a straight pride parade in downtown boston attracted counter protesters and heavy police presence since resulting in almost three dozen arrests a large number of counter protests taunted marchers saturday enchanted alright get off our streets no justice no peace not really good ryan ryan to be honest. They could do better counter hunt president at la. I'm not giving free advertise. Shut down to <hes> a counter protesters outnumbered the parade participants boston's mayor also condemned the parade and encouraged residents to attend block parties and other events that celebrated the city thirty four people were arrested at the parade and this is kind of boring. I want the good stuff. Maybe we should go to huffpost. Let's see what <hes> should. We do buzzfeed the straight pride. Parade is the newest far-right mem- or the boston straight pride parade. Actually happened happened people something with huff po buzzfeed or huff po. Neither like ticket for good joke all right. Let's see what else started which one you picked all right. Let's see it's all going to be terrible awful and raw and on a on a list anyway anyway looking for some details all right here. Let's go to the boston globe all right. Maybe they'll do us right <hes>. Let's see here the boston globe and and so we'll just read the comics and so much of the popeye's chicken sandwich wasn't good but i trust their tastebuds. <hes> is that lex. No no no no don't go away. Let's see here. I'm just i just. I don't want to connect with facebook. I just wanna read your stupid stupid fucking story. I don't i hate this. I hate it so much. See there are there is why i was slow to respond want some facebook messages because i don't have the app installed uh-huh. I don't stay signed in moment. Browser goes away. Facebook goes away right degraded smart demand so as a mile long procession from copley square to city hall plaza shame on you many protesters yelled flanked by hundreds the police officers past block by block of security barricades after the rally ended up four PM. Some of the protesters turned their anger towards the mayor and police whom they assailed for allowing the parade and then protected the marchers assailed assailed the failings of police riding motorcycles rolled up congress so basically they were trying to protect these particular protesters. Let's see trying to get some more details. I don't care about the fights like they're just talking about the fight. The parade which attracted some out of state marchers included a trump twenty twenty float was organized by a group called super happy fun america <hes> it's leaders had said they are not bigoted in response to criticism that they are homophobic but protesters called the parade in front to the community and an intentional effort to stoke discrimination. This quote unquote other side is pretending that they're just a foolish group of freedom of speech lovers advocating that straight people have all the rights that queer people have who helped organize a protest called hands off our pride at city hall plaza well. Here's the thing so about about six hundred protesters outnumbered an estimated two hundred marchers after the parade reach city hall plaza so they do the straight pride. People do have have a point in that. The opposition is fairly anti-free-speech considering. They just went to like. Just let them march who gives a fuck. What any of these these guys. We know what they're saying like to me. It's very clear i'm not. I'm not going to sit here and go well. Why not just just have a straight pride parade. What's wrong with that like we know what they're doing. It's like when david duke put on a suit. It's like we know that you just switch the hood for the suit route and you're trying to talk. America is keep america america. We know what language you're using. You're changing your language to be more palatable to more people but at the end of the day you're still david duke a perfect example of way of dealing with the straight pride parade. You can very easily say look what they're doing. These are the people you need to be aware of but instead they go to it and they try to scream it down and then they become the story right they turned basically questioning moral individuals into the victim right and they get to play the victim game yeah and that's exactly what all sides in this one they want. The our society is just completely filled with victimhood politics and it is politicians taking advantage of people with with their anger. <hes> you know this so they didn't interview anybody. In this story that i can tell that milo yiannopoulos topless was the the the grand marshal of course he would be so they didn't interview anybody who's actually in the thing but <hes> there's another one that is trying to form a straight pride <hes> protest. I think this is a modesto and listen to what this guy says this listen to this freudian slip suggest who you're gonna turn. We deserved it. We haven't done anything. We're totally racist. Groove just listen to that against the greatest cellphone. You're gonna turn yeah. We haven't done anything. We're totally racist groove. If you want that clip you're going to have to go to the instagram account count nasty feminism good luck so but yeah we know like the intention behind all this is not like it and this is this is where i get why the concern over dave chapelle special. He's a professional comedian. You know you can kind of tell where his heart is. You you get the context of this thing. It's a why are you giving permission to people who genuinely don't have the abilities. You have to talk the way that you. You're giving giving permission to people to be racist transphobic or what i get that point of view but at the same time let them be racist. Let them be transphobic. Let them talk out. Loud so then you can know who you don't want to associate with like for me i base everything on my libertarian and christian christian principles which means that every single individual that i come across is deserving of dignity respect love <hes> i am not the most warm person travis is a total stranger to me. I said probably five words to him. I said sit down. We're gonna watch dave chapelle and then the next time i talked to him. We were on the air to be see. I did give me water. I did give you water so i did give up to the least of these but i'm i'm not the most warm person i'm not great at building community like i used to be. I don't know what happened. I'm just not fun anymore. IB come my parents where i enjoy work and not associated with other people but at the end of the day hey it doesn't matter what your skin pigmentation or your political beliefs like. There's this guy his name is wilson and wilson is <hes> a seventy near eighty year old gay man progressive word for the most liberal congresswoman wilson. I have become friends over the years because he's a troll troll. He's super progressive. I'm libertarian and we love to go back and snipe back and forth on each other. You know he sends me cute. Little memes on the holidays and i say how you doing wish him happy birthday and like there's a there's some level of friendship between me and wilson i have respect for wilson even though he ship shit post me constantly but when wilson ship host me he he's laughing his he's doing. He's not doing it to be an asshole. He's doing it because he thinks it's funny to pick it the little libertarian -tarian boy and i saw it get he's coming from a place of somewhat mutual respect and so i don't mind when he does it to me because we have some level of relationship. I don't mind when people disagree with me because i don't need you to agree with me or my politics for us to be friends. I don't need you to be the same color or religion originate me for us to be friends or for us to just get along and work together. I do care about how you are a person if you if you treat me poorly if you tree other people poorly if you're a narcissist that abuses others i have a real problem with you but at the end of the day we are picking all of these superfluous try. Ballistic listrik things to separate and divide were allowing ourselves to be divided and it's because of identity politics on both sides and so identity. I don't know it's a guy named eric erickson in the nineteen fifties who was a psychiatrist. I believe we're associates who identified. He came up with the word identity entity. Basically it's not a word that has been around for more than seventy years and so what identity basically does is it conveys basic information within a society to other people and it is kind of a designation that between our inner self and society's recognition of our are worth and dignity and so that's really important how you view yourself and how others view you how close does that match up so how harry views himself as a strong black man with a multitude of interests and i- points of identity <hes> good employees good father good husband kito all these things that he really cares about how do other people treat him. I'm with dignity and respect and with self worth is he viewed as a person who is treated well or is he treated as a person who is less than and he's part of his. Let's say you know you tour nerds y- like nerds forever their identity. If you identified as a nerd it was something to be shamed of reinhold says this all the time he goes and then somewhere along the last twenty years it became cool to identify as a nerd but it used to be very painful thing to be identified as a nerd and so w- dignity comes from belonging and we want others to recognize our self worth earth and self esteem truly yes you can work on your own self esteem but it does arise from how others view and so when a group like the LGBT community doesn't feel that they are getting the same level of dignity that straight people are that's a problem it is in it is humiliating and indignant to be in a hospital room and have your life partner of thirty years dying in in the next room and you can't go in because you're not married and even when it's a civil partnership. It's still society saying your bond isn't worth the same as has a straight couple that is in dignity and so that is fundamentally different than the centuries colonials view millennia view that that's sex between a man and a woman is the normal state of things okay now. I'm a traditionalist in in in some sense of the word. I do not participate in homosexual activities. I i personally don't care if you do. I don't think that at that is anything that like i just typically view things as what is my own personal morality and how you handle your business if you ask me my opinion. I'll tell you my opinion but i'm not going to judge you based on what you do. Let's say travis came in here. He was flamboyantly gay. We get along famously because he's a human being that i can learn some things from harry. I have learned a tremendous amount of things from you because of your blackness your why did you make a face when i said that so racist racist it's true. I grew up in a very white town. I'm very white person and to have a friend who who has different experiences than i do has taught me a lot and you are very white and starting out how white you are every week now <unk> every week yes the pat down has really brought out my whiteness but the idea that somehow straight people are being marginalized and and persecuted and so they need a straight pride parade to make a statement is just fucking foolish and ridiculous and stupid. I mean there's just no other way around got it. You're just you're you're being provocative and you're trying to be funny but you're not funny and nobody really cares and everybody that went can't like it. Just nobody cares like i just like. If you participate in the states straight pride. I just assumed that you are white identity -tarian. Maybe not a white supremacist the premises but you are a person who cares so deeply about keeping your identity at the forefront of society eighty that you don't care how you look that you don't care what other people think of you and you don't care about the the position of other people who don't have as many opportunities or have suffered indignities like every gay person has suffered indignities and that it doesn't mean that like trying to think where to go next because i i'm trying to get those people who think that this challenge you on that. Yes go ahead so to an extent you're right by people were not being marginalized and not being attacked not especially especially not by anything that would be institution right. Let the cancel call toko culture which a lot of that people will which a lot of what they're feeling. <hes> does feel very oppressive. I do agree that there is especially in the like i think the LGBT community with pride for instance ten years ago when i went to pride it very much was me going to support equal equal equal representation under the law like i'm a person that doesn't think that government should be involved in marriage but if government's going going to be involved in marriage it should be it should be the same for everybody right and until we as libertarians can convince enough of the culture to remove government government from marriage partner shouldn't be separated from each other and hospitals are definitely better than right pride now has become a bit of a litmus test to see if you're a heretic or not and that's where i don't like it it it has has gone from supporting individual rights to celebrating leftist power and getting on the boat getting on the yeah like bend the knee you're going so it's become almost a religious ceremony. I don't like that direction. I don't agree with communal rights because i'm individualist. I do see the point that some groups need need to band together to fight for for instance in the civil rights era black groups had to network together to concentrate their power to fight for the ability to get the same treatment that whites had but as as a as a rule. Let's protect individual digital liberty and then we won't have any problems at all so i do understand the perspective and see the perspective and agree with the perspective that movements can sometimes go from mm-hmm open up individual rights to all to you're with us or against us and i do feel that pride is getting there and i think that's something that <hes> <hes> like listen if we're going to get to a place in ten years where if i'm not willing to date a trans person i'm transphobic. Go fuck yourself i think i think that that's that's you being. 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Welcome to episode twenty seven bedroom beethoven's podcasts the briggstone stories but various music producers accompanied by songs and melodies. He's documenting growth through their ten thousand our journey this as a podcast or you can think of it as a master class however you view it. It's a conversations with masters of the craft next up on deck. Mega ran people referred to him as a nerd corps artist but i gotta ask do. I don't really like that term because it kind of takes away from the seriousness of his skill now that's just my opinion opinion and i'm not sure if he embraces it but if he does there's nothing wrong with that but however you want to categorize him above all else you have to just say he's dope the truth. The truth keith breath left his job as a teacher several years ago to pursue his dream of being a fulltime. MC mission accomplished. I've been a fan for years and and years and years and i'm honored to host him before i get into the details of the podcast. I implore you to check out. We could wake up website bedroom. Beethoven's dot com tom there you'll find all the good easy to instagram twitter and the patriots support me. Man is is a labor of love. I do it for free so i can bring you. These conversations go to patriot dot com slash bedroom beethoven's. It's all there so if you're a fan of the show fan of what i do please head there and show your love and if you feel so inclined head on over it to apple podcasts and drop your boy a five star review all right. I am your host shallow and it's room beethoven <music>. The you are the very first person that i ever reached out to this podcast with me the very first one really yeah for people that don't know you gave me the all sorry random random guy. Try again a six months when you're snob kidding but you are super friendly. You're you're just a very busy guy and you told me to hit you back a few months and when people say that i always think in the back of my mind like you know they're gonna forget but when someone does follow up you're like oh shit. They must have been serious or they really wanted me and that that's traumatic and kind of chasing you for the better part of two thousand nineteen. Wow i mean i'm honored. I will second yeah man when i tell people to follow up. You know it's it's because i need them to follow up. You know i'm usually in the middle of something and i'm like hey once things even out for me a little bit or if i have something to talk about out like if there's a new album or a new project in that's the time that i would love to do interviews and things so when i ask people to check back in it's not like a gate you know it's like <hes> hey what you've been watching game of thrones because i'm not on tour not releasing using music so come back in a couple months when i talked about talk about also i get a little weary. I'm not gonna lie when people tell me that they're starting a new thing and i know as a person who has started and stopped hundreds of things in my life that it can be difficult difficult to continue on the process and on the on the road of the struggles of beginning something and starting up from humble beginnings and then continuing so for me my favorite numbers nine always joking say that i'll do someone's nice podcast but i won't do their first episode. It works well. I'm on you'll think you're around twenty eight twenty nine so a at the house comecon man great <hes> hectic but but it was fun. This is something that every year i get to it and i'm like here. We go again comecon yada yada yada the ad and then i get there and i see amazing costs play. I see people. I know are fans that are super excited to see me and then all the excitement it comes right back and yeah it was a great time. You know beautiful weather in san diego not much else you can ask for and then seeing great panels getting in the place of games <hes> greek food out in san diego and honestly. I had a really really good time yeah. The big thing for me was her hersal being blade. I don't yeah i don't know the guy personally but he has that denzel man on fire quality where he scary just by being quiet and stern and just looking at you. Absolutely i felt a lot of blading him when during luke cage cotton mouth for sure yeah i could see it went size is once i saw that role. I was like oh he could do this. Isn't it crazy. He used to be a hip hop. Artists prints holly. This man went down the rabbit hole. Maybe a month ago through all his music and he was dope and like he was just like yeah but do something else he got signed. The jairo like hirose labels so this is like super lyrical cats who respected him and <hes> yeah man they know him very well in the bay area seen as like a dope mc who like loves hip hop coach in part of me wants like wesley snipes to be in that whole thing but another part of me knows like just from what i've been reading like. He's been kind of toxic like he would tell people to call him. Blade the third person onset or <hes>. I read that he referred to ryan reynolds as that cracker. Tell that cracker to learn his lines. Get that crowd in my line of sight and it's literally mind blowing following the stuff that he was able to get away with and i really believe it started thinking hollywood where if a black guy got out of line they replaced him with the quickness which is why we have done. Cheetos war-machine instead turns howard. That's my i cannot really refute that theory because it seems that way you know and the worst thing is for you to you. Get that reputation as a troublesome actor onset because then it's like you're out of there and and with marvel stuff like who would've known you know what was that fifteen twenty years ago that the marvel movie empire would grow into what it is you know and those people you. You crapped on on the way up. You know our look at mike as you letter ryan reynolds. Avoid people like this is this is dead. You know what i mean like the jets. They're like yeah. I wouldn't come back if they did another blade like that's crazy. It's rough. It's rough but i think i think they're going to get it right. I i'm a big fan of blade to blade trinity land not so much but i think the i think they'll get they'll get right but i think what got me even more excited. Was you caught up with dmc of run dmc like a comic con did he did. We know you beforehand like what did y'all talk about. This crazy just a series of coincidences. I was at a booth just doing like a signing a meet and greet kinda. The thing is the name of the company that runs our podcast and they also were sharing the table with DMC and i'm like wait what like like what are the odds here so i come sit down. He's sitting down and and they ever got dmc says yo your guy even telling me about like you do. The video game flips. That's crazy. Tell me more sit down. Sit down and i'm like what is my life right out. These like yo man. My kid is deep in the video games games and he wants to. DJ like tell me more about this like this is awesome and then he starts telling me all these crazy stories about his love for comic books and all that stuff is come together for him and and man it was just crazy just sitting there just chopping it up with a frigging legend you know and i was super down to earth man mad ed chill and we just we just kind of swap stories. He was just like so. What made you do this. How how is this going for. You and out of the hip hop community treats you in how does this you know and and then he would bike relate to stories of him coming up and being like yeah man when i was in these comic books it was this way you know. It was his awesome <unk>. I learned a lot just from that number station most importantly to be humble and willing to talk and learn from anybody. They know what's crazy. <hes> i heard that like when he was working when run dmc was working with arrows and if they didn't even know who aerosmith was may just do i think it was like track four on their album. We wanna get on that and i think like rick. Rubin light just orchestrated the whole thing so that's pretty crazy that you had this legendary moment hip hop that was it's like they weren't even really aware of impact. It was gonna have he always did the rock rap thing. They just didn't know it was going to like take life on its own and be like like this cornerstone in hip hop back eighties and <hes>. I don't know it was almost like a happy accident. Yeah yeah i think the best <hes> successes are usually that way. You know you're like you have no idea of the impact it can make and then boom. I mean that's literally why i'm here talking to you right now. It's like having a crazy idea and then having thing it almost become larger than yourself. You know which is how walk as way did those guys and this is just me speaking personally like when i hear the label like nerd corps it makes me think of you as like less hard on the mike than you are. I remember let me explain. I remember like gym class. Heroes came out with new friend. Requests like like a decade ago and i thought the band was a comparative ban based off that song and i didn't realize like oh these guys are legit or when i was a kid i remember seeing fighters learn to fly and they were joking. Joking around the video or i'll see tenacious d has like jack black acting a full and then after remind myself like just because there's humor or you're not talking about shooting up the club. You should andy taken serious and again me personally. I don't like the nerd correlate well. I just think you're dope and i just think that you should be recognized as dope <hes> <hes> you know how do you view it because i don't know if that if that term like boxes you in or or the because you had your fan base of random and now you have your fan base of mega karan and you kind of combine the two you know what i mean i. I like chip hop. Though i do like that term i've skated around and danced around the term nerd corps. We've had a complicated relationship ship over the years and then i said on the term chip hop which came from band called optimus rhyme back day who combined the pop music with chip sounds uh-huh and i saw the term one day like a bio on one of their websites and i think that's it. That's what i do so people have caught it. Nintendo core people live called it. You know nerd rap key crap whatever <hes> i think that ship hop is more inclusive of what i do. I mean when you think nerd corps you think raps. It's about thirty or thirty style of rap but i'm glad you brought those examples of tenacious d sparking time ago in town tokyo humble family religious through and through the ada was a black shape and in there just what to do whose it was. JP and he refused to step in line of vision. He sees a fucking rocking all time he wrote a safety jam and the other folks where you like. Oh i thought this was a joke and then you like oh wait. They actually are talented and good at making music you know and and i think that's the part that people forget is that you know i'm a musician. I and a lot of a lot of us are and <hes> and that it's okay to include humor into your <hes> <hes> into your music but it can also box you in where people will think oh. You're the band you know and we've gone through that with nurik where people assume it's just like uh-huh why guys in <unk> protectors the glasses you know rapping about the indeed over the years it has expanded and become <hes> literally anything i mean i was listening to jay peg mafia you know and i hear a ton of wrestling references or video game sound effects accent. Things like that and i'm like this is the same stuff i'm doing except it's not cold merkur. You know so i've run from it. Then i've embraced got it and then i'll run from it again and then i've learned now to accept it and the and that i will have to explain the term to people and that term mm is more inclusive of much more like deep range of things than what people might think so so i don't really mind and i think the bottom line is customers. Consumers potential listeners. They kinda need a thing. They need a word. They need a phrase. They need a descriptors that will help them find it and if nur corey's it then the soviet. I can't necessarily help that into bus driver the other day and then i found out that there is a new genre tied to bus drivers music on escape room. I never even heard of this i have i've never heard of that. There's a weird sub-genre of almost every type of rap which i think it's dope because it used to just be rap. I'm all about it. If it makes people well listen now same time i get fans. Come up to me who they you're the only wraparound listen to and i'm like oh you need to stop. <hes> you gotta you gotta pick up some images the bill you gotta pick up some some beltran you gotta you gotta listen to a lot of other stuff fuses the music when noah lose produced in blueprints clueless automating the laws of nature electric left this the futuristic quickness hyper producing did the japan nick was just more good music out there and get the one thing that sounds like a compliment but really isn't the people say you. I love rat or eight rap but i love you. Thank you and i'm like a low fly like like i am wrapping like i have to say that and i make sure to do it at concerts and things mixtures learning opportunities because i i realized i am a lot of people's gateway into hip-hop because there's no profanity in my music it might it might come from a easier to swallow grace but i was brought up with gucci rab beastie boys run dmc. You know l. o. Cool jay and i think that ah listen to me need the no no my influences as well so i use it as a teaching moment where i'd be like yo. This is what you listen to and when you listen to all these come back to me and and tell me what you think you know this was the ninety two ninety three when you're like when you first wrote your i ra- influenced by gang starr masta ace but what about philly the routes d beanie siegel fresh prince like did you connect with like products environment or it was just like a love of east coast hip hop in general east coast in general but ninety two like you know the roots definitely school. The us got him cool c. E. s. t. three times dope. Philadelphia had a great hip hop scene scene where <hes> but a lot of it was like hardcore stuff. You know we had a school d. P. s. k. like it was a lot of really aggressive. Passive like hustler based rap music but then i would hear. ES three times dope is some of my favorite stuff because it was funky and it was i won't won't say like soft but it was definitely smoother and they'll let me know that that hip hop could be anything and then run dmc and then l. o. Cool cool j when i heard like i need love too bad. I was like oh my god. This is the greatest time take off yeah. How could he convince me that. He's in love also convinced me that he'll beat me up like at the same time. You know so that to me l. o. Cool j's my most influential rapper to me because of his versatility and and just let me know that if i could do anything for you because it it make you feel so many emotions it wasn't just feeling like the toughest coolest best dressed like his guy but you could also shoot motion and that was the first time i really understood that and and that's when i started writing was kinda hopped off all that stuff you know ninety. Two ninety three was just an amazing time for hip. Hop up you know from the gang starr to snoop's first album <hes> wutang to then later the roots than so much good stuff was coming out just back to back to back and we just caught up in the rush and we were just like i got it right. We got rice stuff so we just started writing and i was with a group swinney. We called ourselves the firm before like the naza group the firm and that was like based on the movie were like if the firm was such a cool cool concept. You like we're a group of like professionals knows but we're also like we get down in secret and i was kind of thing it was like a a budget thirty cats and we would all just sit down and write like what what gang starr which sound like i guess if you know if guru was into video games and comics yeah. I'm glad you brought up versatility because i don't want people to think like oh. I'm making a song about awa. Wrestling or jeremy lin or mega man is not simply. Nobody's made a rap song about forest whittaker shopping at a whole foods so i make a song about that. I'll go to sleep and when i wake up whole foods will be in my email waiting to write me a big check. It's it's about <unk> tilleke. Not many people can do that. That's the truth. I think that it's gotta be gotta be authentic which is probably the most cliche thing but but especially when you're dealing with people who self identifies nerds and i think we're all all nervous about something whether it's music sneakers sports and true nerds who are passionate about their thing we'll we'll spot counterfeit and the second in okay well talking about anticipation anticipate then like static select on big shug they sampled punch out jay z and swiss beats money cash hoes was from golden axe yeah a fifth game. Don't don't break buddy buddy offense. Thanks man street only white by the fact that actually talked about this on my show in a in a previous episode as davinci where where we talk about how the blueprint to sample a sierra leone beat from wild arms like the town music wiz khalifa. John kennedy sampled krono trigger. Now we know jay z isn't firing up his genesis console and playing golden accents free time so what are your thoughts on rappers rhyming over these samples to make successful songs because you're living at you know the culture obviously obviously if someone is a fan they can see your fantasy but i mean these are like mainstream artists doing this know. How do we know jay z's that's like yeah. Oh this graphic you know <hes>. I don't know man. I've fought with this a lot to where people will ask me like man man. You know these guys are frightened. They're like they're stepping into your culture and and not really a living this life and it's like well. The wiz khalifa went especially pops up to me is that wiz might not even known about chronic trigger. It was the producer who sampled that thint brought it to whiz got to wisdom whatever way he liked it and rapped on it i don't. I don't think there was any conversation about video game. It was just a heartbeat as a heartbeat as a hobby and i don't have any problem with people rapping over beats. I mean it's like before i started sampling video games. I was sampling classical. Now might not be the biggest classical fan. I mean i could tell you a couple of tiffany's but it was sampling it because it sounded good. You know so a lot of times going back in sampling doesn't necessarily mean you have to be a part of that. Culture is just just being able to know how to but sounds together. You know but i've seen some situations pop up timberline. I believe it was who sampled. I think it was for an nelly furtado. Auto track sampled a computer game and gosh. I wish i could remember the guys name maybe he was a swedish artist and <hes> and when it came down to like litigation where the guy was like like you stole my stuff denver. Lynn looked at it like it was some some video games some gum get. I don't know like just like downplaying video game music and implying that it wasn't music and i think that that's the important part is that over the years we've now been able to appreciate video games as art as a legit form of media because there are some talented cats who were able to take these very limited had sound chips and make these brilliant soundscape out of them so i think that's the number one thing is that as long as the person recognizes what they're sampling as music and as something that has has contributions to the to the culture you know and i and not just like oh. It's just something that we're just not so i just together well yeah and and you know fancy seven came out when i was twelve that kind of started my love affair with video game soundtracks and j RPG's in general. I mean even what is twenty two years later but here's here's the big topic that i wanted to bring up because i mean how many the interviews have you been in what you're talking about but i wanted to talk about the representation of black people in japanese games because i read your article you went you went to japan and even in modern times lines two thousand nineteen. Being a big black guy is going to garner a lot of general curiosity and i feel like barrett had a chance to really do something about that. He was a stereotype jio type of a black man in the english translation of the original game and i wanna point out how the english translation which was done by it was just done by one person in two weeks. He inserted that characterization after the fact so barrett's characterization in the remastered even involves exaggerated andrieux black dialogue or dialect and his his retrain slated dialogue now emphasizes americanized ideals about masculinity but it seems there's nobody really gets up in arms about it and this depiction plays into racist assumptions people make about black men not seeing them as full people but as hulking mass is a muscle and maybe they'll provide some wisdom on the side you know so. I just thought we would have a little bit. More progress like the voice acting for barrett really leans into that mr t. characterization. I don't know if you know this two years after the release of final fantasy was released on famicom square released a RPG aged. Call the tom sawyer. It was an adaptation of mark twain's adventures of tom. Sawyer and the game has like n words in there and racial slurs and afros afroz in minstrel shows and i mean i mean come on like stereotypes have a root cause. I really just don't see why there's no progress with the barrett character. After the i mean 'cause how many black people are we gonna get in JR BG's. Nowadays wow true gosh. I did not know that about the tom sawyer thing mike. This is a legit any s game that came out. It was japanese exclusive. RPG <hes> and it's still like in the like was still like racial. Slurs thousand words like big lips afros the characters were like dark as midnight with big wide is it was crazy that even in one thousand nine hundred nine that this was pushed forward into production. Wow oh my gosh. I need to look that up. That is insane but however i wish i could say i. I was surprised man like i said i've been to japan like seven times. I've been blessed and lucky enough to be there and be appreciated there and play shows there. You're in them. Some of my best friends live there and they all tell me that <hes> then a phobia out there is real. It's super real. Maybe explain explain that word for those that don't know okay so xenophobe which is a a word. I've learned from video games by the way there was zinatha obe on <hes>. I don't know probably it was an arcade to where you had to fight aliens and that's when i looked it up and i was like what does that mean. He's a person who's afraid of the unknown people who look with different people who act different people who come from different backgrounds being afraid of them for various reasons you know and maybe they thinking they're gonna take your jobs thinking. They're good you know. Rape your women whatever that's a huge thing and i'm sure if it was if it's a huge thing in two thousand nineteen it was very huge nights and eighty nine in japan they are very few african americans or just because of african descent in japan or asia general so therefore when you are seeing there there are some stairs as <hes> questions and there's probably within their normal joking dialect are are just conversations. There might be <hes> just ridiculously load out of proportion stories or jokes about people who look different because you know lord knows that in an american thing for a long time so i can only imagine how it is there where you just don't see people who look different who are taller who are bigger because of that. It's a very very weird dynamic. I've seen it played out one of two ways. I've seen the general curiosity city. Which is the staring. Even the women must have just from my perspective. <hes> of black males in japan japanese women are very curious because of maybe see what they've heard and they decide to date or you know hang out with african americans because of one. They've heard they're cool. They've heard they can dad's if heard you know they know all the great music you know they have certain talents <hes> extracurricular talents even i don't know so just bastogne a storm weird wives tales that they've heard <hes> they'll attract <hes> sometimes it unwanted amount of attention out there and me. I'm a guy who likes to lay low so that that is a odd for me out there but i had a good friend of mine out there. Tell me he's like you're such a good friend and i'm like well. Thanks man in these like my friends told me not to trust. You and i'm like why why and he's like i don't know they told me he has like broken english in his email that he wrote. He's like well. They told me to never trust black and i was like whoa it kinda hit me hard and i was like <hes> y you know and he's like i don't know like they've just always told me that i've grown up thinking that that you don't trust people who are black boy you were so used to like trump racism but not ignorance racism race. I read your article. Put you in a tough position because these japanese people were coming brought to you like you're a black totoro and ask if you're made of chocolate but you can't get mad because it comes from a place of ignorance and that hatred yeah. It's so weird. It's very weird but yeah. This is something that i mean just even at a general level. Americans have a tough time adjusting with the society in japan and a lot of friends. I know got there. I have a difficult time because it very much based in tradition and america. I think as you know as weirdest things are at the top you know we've come so far i think in the past fifty to one hundred years you know and and so when people try to take those freedoms of speech and expression shen to do japan often met with his like fear and and i remember telling me that he would earn his work meetings things he would raise his hand and have comments suggestions on how to make things run smoother and they will look at that as disrespect and be like no like who. Do you think you are coming over here. China speak up and tell us that we're doing things wrong and the yada and they really like from then on he was kind of on the outs with this company because he just offered suggestion to you know so. That's something that just isn't you know it's just a societal difference and i've noticed that with a lot of different things out there but overall i feel like like i said i love it. There and it isn't coming from a place of of hatred. You know it's just a fact of you know just ignorance and <hes> and as more people you know travel continue to travel out there and back and forth things will eventually smoothed out but i think that you know as much. Let's we complain about relations here. I think that they probably just as far to go. In other countries so take about for expectancy was an important article. You just offered up very important commentary. I think you're ahead of your time. The miles morales track only a core group of people knew about that and then into the spider's comes on people like <hes> yeah black spiderman and in logic comes out with a song black spiderman and i'm like you know mega ranted that for people years ago now y'all are getting the hip to it just giving him two man though don't get me started the majority of i mean we expect mainstream extreme hip hop to catch things kind of late in general the record industry in general is playing catch up it seems and so so yeah when we come up with these ideas and just for our select group of people who know we're not going to millions of dollars of promotions behind it. We're just kind of doing our thing and it's funny that i met logic few years. Though i guess he was putting out the incredible true story or something like that ran he had <hes> steve blum anime voice actor narrate his record which i thought was really cool and talking to him about it. He was like yeah man. I've been in the anime for years. You know and i really wanna start doing like yo. I wanted to like combine anime video games comic books with hip hop cause like nobody's doing that and i was like scar. You know like allow me to inform you like you know. It's been doing missile like ten years. There's this thing called a heard that word before he l. but i just never knew it was yeah. We've been kind of doing that. Which is like dope that you wanna take it to the to the mainstream and you know i hope that it is expected you know and if this is what you really love then yeah you should do it but like i i remember having that conversation 'aceman. BMI yuccas didn't know but nobody's doing this like you know. I'm thinking ahead of the game you know and i'm like yeah but to me one google i would show you that this has been done you know and and that's where i looked at it before. I started the first mega man album in two thousand seven. I googled mega man hip hop and make sure that no one had ever done this a google video game hip hop see what what had already been out there and the closest. I've found was a band called the mega who does a video game music covers with rock songs and they'll add lyrics about the ball or about the stage that they're on and the proto men who are like dude these epic power ballads about the universe of mega man but not you know specifically about events in the games but it's like loosely based on that universe and so those are the closest i could find. I was like all nobody's doing this with hip hop than <hes>. Let me try it you know but again you know we have so much information at our fingertips and just a google away will usually give you the answer which is that somebody already dead well before i respond before i forget i want to thank you because words like racism have tennessee to shutdown conversations and have all parties retreating to the respective foxholes so thank you for addressing those issues issues but to respond to the logic stuff you know i think you can speak on this as a as a mainstream guy trying to bring all these quote unquote nerdy elements into music like when you were teaching twelve and thirteen year olds as a teacher for people don't know meg ryan was a teacher like what what were some of the positive trends. Did you notice in today's youth because ninety five percent of the things kids got bullied for ten years ago or maybe when you were teaching now it's accepted that the one ironman movies singlehandedly made it cool to let comics of stuff because if the captain of the football team goes to see the vendors endgame hey that crosses the chasm if logics making a asong anime all of a sudden it's cool now so oh one thing i noticed like just from seeing i've taught in inner city schools for the most part and seeing kids is simple things i keep seeing in kids black and brown kids skateboarding school that absolutely blew my mind and it was you know maybe because i'm from an older generation and i was like whoa skateboarding according like i remember we remember lupe fiasco kick bush you know and things like that and then the actually see it in practice like kids from the neighbouring. I was so cool to me you know when when i was young i might have been teased for that. You know and i would talk to them about video games like oh you're in the video games and initially it was me telling them this just so that they wouldn't feel that they were so different you know and that it was okay. It'd be into those things like i remember having to hide my nintendo power power magazine and because i would get teased narrative. What are you doing you know and so i would have those conversations with them. During like after school clubs or maybe much less time with some of the best <hes> times for me where i would of course look forward to sitting alone and eating but then over over time have kids who were like the different kids were into the different things within start asking me if they could stay in lunch and just eat in in my classroom and so i would have a bunch of kids and then it turned into you know from being like the outcast being the cool kids club. You know where we would play them hip. Hop songs play them video game music soundtracks. <hes> we talk about games. We'd we'd be able to have extracurricular regular chats that these kids took with them and they would then become part of the the cool circle because the government where the thing we talked about and then more and more kids wanna wanna stay and to the half my class wanted to stay in and i'm like no guys you gotta go somewhere. I need a little bit of break from you guys but yeah just seeing those kids like eventually surely grow into their own and become comfortable with the things that they loved. You know it was really cool to me and i. I tried my best outta them into encourage it. Whenever i <hes> you know i'd see little sketches in the in the margins of their books little anime characters with guys and things like that and i'd say i'd make sure to encourage that that gift you know because i knew when i came up it wasn't really much space for encouraging those those talents you know so. It's like you're so you're teaching doing hip hop on the side. You've combined her. Love of teaching <hes> making people feel accepted and promoting positivity. Are you doing this kind of like an karras one kind of way where i'm gonna. I'm gonna teach while doing hip hop or do you kind of approach it differently well. I try not to approach it in that way you know i remember commented album 'edu-tainment and he calls himself the teacher. I try not to and but whenever i'd sell people just in passing like hey. I used to be a teacher or the teaching. Sometimes it's still in me though out when i ask you to do something like but jehanzeb or things like that it's it's only because you know i'm used to be in the aw make jokes like that on stage and afterwards people will tell me like oh man. I know you say that you quit teaching but you never did quit teaching like you just teaching through a different to a different class from a different podium you know and it made me think like wow i guess. I guess that's true. You know. I hadn't really thought about it that way. I try to teach just through the best this way possible. I think the best teachers are the ones that can teach you in a way where it doesn't feel like they're lecturing you. So i think teaching through the way i live. If through the way i conduct myself the way i create music. I'm positively uplifting my friends and and and building relationships with fans that are beyond you know the typical artists fan relationship you know i i say that my friends my family. You know and it's true because you know no. I appreciate them help. Me live my dreams so therefore we're like family. You know there's always big hugs conversations house the white house the kids you know oh and just think that being a living kind of testimony is the best way to continue that teaching so it doesn't feel like a lecture if that makes sense yeah because to release the song about classic literature. I always think man if i had to do a book report on on henry david thoreau i'm not doing that. Ah but i learned more about it from that song i ever had in years and years of leisure classes in fact i had google the guy and then you know all these figures like ben franklin investor philosopher for etc etc. I learned henry. David thoreau was a author poet philosopher an abolitionist tax resister <hes> development it critic historian you know and then look at meghan podcast her comic books video games teacher rapper. I see all the similarities where you don't have to compartmentalize is all these different interests and professions is that is that why you resonate with these figures so much or is that a reach no. I think it's really accurate man like being able able to go back. I think that's what the purpose and the the best. I think the number one goal of this project it turned out to be like the gift yup giving because i got a chance to research people who maybe i read their books you know because i had to through college but going back and researching the actual author and and what they were into wrote it and what <hes> what their philosophies were and you know especially throw being being an abolitionist you know oh man the re wrote like fiery lectures. You know that were you know anti slavery and you know so. I was like oh this is perfect you know and a civil disobedience is something that influence martin luther king gandhi you know so many other people that were inspired by him so i think that first of all these people the heroes and i do call MLK hero if it's important to look at their influences you know so if there was one of those so going through his works <hes> it was a really great education experience for me. Also you know a book that was written in the eighteen. Hundreds might not sound cool to a <music> a kid or even an adult who's into hip hop so now i'm tasked with the with the job of trying to make this justifiable but also have deep meaning though it could be listened to more than once they could pick up more than one thing out of it and <hes> and so it was a great challenge for me. You know anybody anybody. Anybody can write a song. I was about to say any idiot but i just say a song about how big the rooms are on the car or you know how they can take your girl you know but i think that making music that's a true. Challenge is what i what i need to do for myself. I mean as a a guy who's been releasing music for over ten years. Now my gotta find that new challenge and i think that's what it is. I i relate myself to <hes> to review at the industry fighter too because he wins the tournament but then he's not even there for this ceremony. You know he's walking off looking for the next challenge. He's punching rock by waterfall. No doubt man who really should have been children a hot tub which online so their training all the time. That's just my opinion but yeah you're talking about like <hes> just constantly evolving the last thing i wanted to talk about man random encounters the podcast man if you start a podcast network. You've got to recruit me man because i see a empire in the making here. Numerous shows coming together. I think we need to do that. Let's let's seriously chat about that. This was literally something that has popped off the top of my head while i was writing. I'm writing a book right now. Don't know the title don't win. It'll get done. It's basically my life story. I'm just making a bunch of notes writing down every interesting story of things that i've ever happened to me. Some then <hes> i have a great editor shot the courtney working with me on this end so she's kinda chopping off things that are little extraneous or maybe just don't fit what i'm trying to tell a story <unk>. I'm working towards so these things instead of ending up on the chopping room floor. I think i thought you know what i love. Audiobooks and also love really short stories so i think that i'm gonna take these stories. Read them and make a pass out of them and that's what i did so far we're downward to in and another challenge for myself. Just constantly trying to do something new. That's really what it was and i really love it. I love. I love the fact that it's it's really short. It's really easy is literally me just writing now <unk> best of my knowledge and then reading it and speaking speaking about it and then working into way a narrative which is what the lesson i've learned at the end of it which i think <hes> the best teachers are the best students and and that's really where this came from is that that a saying you know being that you gotta be able to be a great learner if you can be a to be a great teacher grant idea when i started this podcast like maybe two years now i compile highlights from everyone that came on and maybe published a book highlighting perspective active or just verbal jams because like you like. I'm just a big supporter of literacy. Maybe you could write the foreword sunday but when it comes to just promote it and just be part of all that mega music dot com ran merge dot com on social mega ran as far as stopping the stage giving you music august twenty third are you will be in portland which is going to lead into a short west coast tour with sky blue wrestling podcast dewey decimal system and mc lars busy. Just busy man absolutely super busy. I'm actually trying to carve out time to write my next album. I have concepts and like i really wanna. Kill it with this one and it's just like man. I gotta find the time you know between all these other projects. I gotta make the time to to write this down so the good news is no rush which you know so. I'm able to just jot down ideas. I go to the studio once a week. I just lay down like rough sin. You know sketches and then i come. I'm back to them later and i'm like oh that was horrible. You know we remove that or oh that was oh let me keep going so that's been really dope so hopefully <hes> the book it could be done by the end of the year. I'm trying to push for early next year and then <hes> an album and a tour with that as well so yeah eh coming soon more stuff and annoying black materia wednesday gore we. We're not going to get into that. We're not gonna i wanna say is i'm honored to get a color coded block on your google calendar my friend thank you for your time. Thank you for this like. I was looking forward to this chatman. I love your interviews. I love that you're well researched. You know what you're talking about. You great questions so i couldn't. 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Let's do this eight four four four eleven five four eleven is the phone number text messages for two five seven seven eight zero seven five six six is the phone number so let's go to those phones because best of my knowledge. Someone's on the air what's going on. That'd be a question about something thought at wrestling show last night guy from the wrestling squad as i mentioned he's wrestling the heavyweight title and its first match separately calm 'cause i heard the ship had a couple of matches when he wrestled and played. I've heard and chris jericho could force lamar thing where he picks his challenge because someone from landforms wrestling school get he'll eat on the chris jericho and the first ever championship match on awa television is going to wrestle a guy from land storms school. No i think don't right. He could possibly do size you know since h.w wins and losses matter had right doubt that someone who's never wrestled is going to get their championship match in their debut but hey who knows what's the other goofy question. What a way to kickoff. Show ryan. Well often is that someone russell's for navarine never happens. I mean the big show. Why would somebody in their first. I match and is an indie showed so what is even manner. Dude come on listen everybody. Let's have some good calls here today. There's a lot of stuff going on. There's WBZ madison square garden and coming up. There's a WWE pay per view. There's awa ticket sales. If mike ends up on this show me talk about this chris jericho mystery because a lot of it had to do with what we talked about out on the show on friday a phone number eight four four four eleven five four eleven and text messages forty-five is seven eight zero seven five six. Let's do some good calls here today. Everybody on that line got phone calls open phone lines open. This person says what happens if if anything if annex t on USA starts to beat raw and smackdown in the ratings well. I think the chances of annex t beating ron smackdown on the ratings yes. It's exceedingly slim exceedingly slim. We had an extended run on a monday night in the past and it did okay. They did something like eight hundred twenty three thousand viewers or something but it didn't do anything near. I actually don't think he was a monday night but whatever night it was it was it was on. USA was on one of those those holiday weeks where they do. A bunch of stuff did about eight hundred twenty three thousand viewers or so nowhere near would ron smackdown or doing doing and it would be very very difficult for annex t to build up a bigger audience than raw. What are the things about raw is that it's been on monday night since nineteen ninety-three and so it is wrestling night for a lot of people that got into wrestling whether there was in the nineties the attitude era early two thousands mid-2000s last couple of years monday night is wrestling tonight and so even smackdown on fox on fridays. I still believe that raw is going to do better the numbers than smackdown because it's wrestling night that's just it and smack downs at a friday night not a great night. It is on a stronger network but this i think is going to kind of almost say even itself out but you know you're gonna lose. Some people because it's it's on fridays and you're going to gain some people because it's on fox and it'll probably a be up ten twenty percent from where it is right now but it's not going to double. It's is not gonna be doing five million viewers and roz gonna tank a little bit going head to head with football but it's not going to take to the degree where annex t is going to be beating them. I could be wrong. I've been wrong before but i don't think that's happening. I also don't think that the prediction that some very smart people have made by the way the day w is going to beat ron the first night do not think that's happening. Don't think there's any chance of it. I think that AWS gonna do anywhere between eight hundred and fifty and one point two million viewers. I that is my official prediction for the first few weeks and we will see where it goes from there the phone join the world's going on sitting duckling couvert island house the one brand what's happening not much just hanging out here and i think about that <hes> the head to head rating or at least the the the rating. We're gonna be comparing it to the monday night raiding eight w e w hat on its side. I noticed coming out of the show. If people just gonna like it like if you look at that post game show on eighty w that thing was a mess it had horrible camera cuts. They cut jericho off left. That's right and center. It was absolute garbage and it's only thing people can talk about on twitter. Bubbly this bubbly that it was an absolute hit and it's because people just wanna like AWS right now well. There's there's more to the nazi bubbly promo that was somebody somebody turned on the camera and said go and jericho just went there was no rips of writers didn't come up with yeah. Well not even that it was like there was no scripts. I don't think there was anyone there blocking it out. There was no multi-character edit any of that. It was like it was just us like if you did a backstage interview a UFC show the show's over. Let's talk to the guy who won the camera. You point the camera at the guy and he he goes. That's what that thing was and yeah when you do it like that. It's not gonna look as pretty and his polished as WWE but it doesn't matter her. If it's good and people like it it's going to get over at the bubbly promo was now and and it was a man having fun. He's having a great time. He's having the time of his life right now. A lot of those guys are yeah but the other thing is this. This is an important thing i want to say. Yes people want it to be good okay. They want it to work but you know what every wrestling fan that goes to any wrestling event wanted to be good. Nobody bought their tickets to madison square garden tomorrow or tuesday with the expectation or the hope that it will be bad like everybody that watches raw on monday they may kind of expected to be good but they want it to be good even even back in the day when these fans would go to the shows and it would heckle the wrestlers and they would do this. They still wanted to have a fun time. They wanted it to be a good show. Then want to guys to screw up so they could heckle them. Fans always wanted to be good and if you can get they'll be happy. That's all i'm saying i see what you're saying that makes perfect sense <hes> and when it comes to all of this new e w starting up when you come when it comes to WWE go on the fox. There's so many unprecedented and things that have never happened didn't business that to venture a guess or to put a prediction out. There is really at your your own folly at your own peril <hes>. I'm excited just to see what happens because there's never been a time like this in in in the wrestling business. You're right well. I mean there's been kind of a time like this. It's been not exactly but my my whole thing has been. I have been making a lot of predictions and i've made predictions about a w ticket sales and about pay-per-view numbers and i've made a prediction about the first show but that's it dude beginning on the first at XT versus a w wednesday night war in the first night. I'm making zero predictions beyond that because i have no idea i don't know if the TV is going to compel people to buy tickets. They've got shows now that are not sold out. Maybe when they run TV people will watch the TV the like the TV but they won't be compelled by tickets. Maybe they'll watch TV. They'll get into the story lines lines and the people in the matches and all of a sudden every show is going to be sold out. I have absolutely no idea i feel like i can somewhat confidently. Predict all the way up until that first night on television but beyond that i can't predict anything and i've been pretty decent as far as my predictions. I thought that this show always going to do well and it looks like it did pretty much exactly as well or slightly better or slightly worse than the last pay per view. I fell to the i i. I thought for sure the first show selling out and actually to be honest. I was wrong about some of the other shows. I did not think they were going to sell out immediately so it's it's uncharted charted territory but there are certain things that can be predicted but after a certain point it's beyond my ability to attempt to predict so i see what happens to be very very interesting backing him up with more wrestling observer live. Do you have a problem hearing the television. Do you need to crank up the volume so loud your family and screaming screaming at you then put on your tv ears. TV ears has helped millions of people just like you hear TV loud and clear without breaking up the volume for about sixty the box with a thirty day free trial you can get your own set of TV ears when you wear TV ears you can mute the tv volume for private listening or let others watch tv with you order in the next ten minutes and take us up on our thirty day trial and very special price. 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You're listening to wrestling observer live with bryan alvarez and mike simple vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network begging the show right alvarez year wrestling observer lab no mike semper vivey at the moment at least so we will continue on with you as the he co host here today eight four four four eleven four eleven his phone number toll free eight four four four eleven at five four eleven text messages forty five seven eight zero zero seven five six announced by the way my first book signing for one hundred things fans should know and do before they die if you are in the seattle area area and you're listening to this write this down your calendar saturday october twelve at the barnes and noble in northgate just outside outside of seattle. I will be doing a book signing there in the early afternoon on the exact time here in a few days but sunday october twelfth twelth have the barnes and noble northgate of washington also recently finished talk is jericho or we talked about the book w. e. a. w. and more for an hour. Our should be up very soon. That is my first book signing one hundred things. WBZ fans should know and do before they die saturday october twelfth barnes and noble it northgate northgate just outside of seattle so hope to see somebody there go to the phones. You're on the air what's going on. Hey brian uh your phones terrible so make it quick okay <hes> so i just wanted to say by the way i i think this book today and i wanted to let you know that granny is the reason i made that my guess erect limor pool arrest of them were full every says they've got me hooked and i have no decision then to buy the book so that's one sale. You've made thanks to granny's book report. Aw i appreciate that <hes> my question was i know that there's a lot of bickering back and forth between the annexes eh funds about which shows can be barren which is gonna do the right thing. I think i'm just excited about the shows and it's going to be a fantastic on testing time for wrestling and i'm really looking forward to watch watching both but the thing that's on my mind is i think with. NFC with a gun to two wow is that gonna need to bring some people down from the main roster and i was wondering who you think who who could they bring down from the mayor of that could be used to make a little bit more and well. I wanna thank you very much for the call as far as bringing people down from the main roster. I don't know what they're going to do yet. I mean the trying to figure out trying to help mike here and do this show at the same time so i was just under the impression and this was a while ago this this has now changed. I have been under the impression that at the wildcard which they don't even talk about anymore but it just is what it is. I figured that the ron smackdown an annex t rosters rosters would just mix and match all the time. I thought that roman reigns would work on ron smackdown and i thought that when things when they need some star power our you'd have some of the ron smackdown stars just do the annex t shows and they have cincinnati that there's going to be another draft and ed another draft means for the time being the ideas you're either on raw or you're on smackdown or you're on an XT. I presume i don't know this. Please write stories about this on the internet. I presume that some people will be drafted from the main roster to an x t he. I don't know who they are going to be. I don't think you're going to see the big stars going to annex t. Obviously roman reigns a guy like that i mean they're gonna want him on raw aw they're going to want him on smackdown. Seth rollins guys like that. Brock lizards not going to be the next guy but some of the people they don't do a lot of stuff with like we've already seen your fandango. 's in your tyler breezes et cetera. Some of those may be drafted to the annex t show. So how can i say this without people writing crazy crazy stories on the internet which already happened once guarding this. Nobody knows what's going on. I mean that's just the easiest way to say it and and that is a factual statement. There's one guy that really knows what's going on. It's vince i mean maybe hunter is aware of some things but i mean nobody knows what's going on like. Nobody knows what's going on with the roman reigns rohan vitner story like nobody knows what's going on with two oh five live. Nobody knows what's going on. Nobody and nobody knows what's going on the apparently i forget i think it suits whenever showing the USA network apparently they've gotta finish off two who episodes of that shell and that's why the first two episodes of extend the USA network are only one hour with the second hour being on the w network because the the deal was made so quickly that they hadn't they basically needed to finish off the airing of another show before it can go full time so the point of this this is everything's being done on the fly. Everything's being rushed. It's just that's the way things are going right now. So i can't tell you what's gonna happen. Within exte- i mean they can't tell you vince probably as an idea right now going to change in a week so it's a waiting game we wait and see go to the phones. You're on the air what's going on. Hey this is paul in barbara's ville and i was wondering about got a couple of things <hes> first off you know when we're going to be hearing the VR live. I'm i for a all out because because <hes> the our live announce number so you're not going to hear it but they did say they did say that the the streaming numbers on the our live were better for this show than they were for the last show and the pay per view buys the traditional pay per view buys were lower for this show than they were for the last show. I was told that the final number is looking to be right around with the last show did through whatever combination of this country out of the country pay per view and cetera. It's coming in like right around one hundred hundred five something like that right now. I was going to say i ordered <hes> w nothing through dish because <hes> i've had so many bad i pay eighty per view experiences that <hes> because i had never used the our live before i wasn't gonna risk <hes> you know giving them knowing money and risking chris king show going down <hes> and crashing for the night and it was only after i've watched a fight for the fall in and <hes> the the video game convention show that was competent enough to order it as an i pay per view <hes> anyway <hes> it's in a relatively slow ish week so i was wondering if you guys would be up for a little chat. We could do a little bit of jakarta chat here very quickly. Yes all right well. I'm not totally feeling this season and the deal is they're giving this monster. Push to this new heel stable called the crucible and the deal is that <hes> because car in the past has had these invasion invasion angles where staples like the and the flood has shown up <hes> the story is that mike quackenbush and opinion have been training these rookie wrestlers to be added security and affiliating has turned heel and now he has all these students to be heavies and the deal is that he is now a mean trainer and he's flapping these kids around and stretching them and ask them to take bumps on concrete and basically mistreating is creating a students and the problem. I guess i have with this angle. Is that <hes> the deal. The story is that videon is cracks opposite. He has the opposite trained fox and when you think of chicago sara you think of these colorful characters like the colony and so forth so opinions students are just a bunch of dudes and that makes sense in storyline but you're still just watching a bunch of dudes that so you know you could see on one of those future. Honor youtube shows are pretty much any other <hes> indy show and they're just coming crosses flat. I don't know what to tell you dude. How's that respect how far we ended the season where i mean we're coming up on <hes> king of trios in a few weeks <hes> they were doing a bunch of these <hes> shows that <hes> baseball all stadiums interestingly enough and <hes> but let me see here. We got the king crayons. That is a knock that's kicking off <hes> the first week of october and <hes> so we've got a little bit <hes> under a month to go so it's been going a while. You're still not into it. You just may not be into the season dude yeah yeah but yeah. I'm guessing i would not be surprised if the crucible one the k. OT this year in some compassion and <hes> yeah. I didn't mention this but they actually had a squash match. In the main event of jakhar source rex really finals yeah it was the finals of the jani king the core tournament and a <hes> pity and just destroyed. <hes> green ant who i do need to specify specify is not the former silver aunt who is wrestling elsewhere unmask gets a new green hands but he just destroyed them in like commits so they're giving the monster thing push to him. That's interesting. All i want to. Thank you very much for the call. I will say that telephone telephone call was more than worth it to know that a major organization at least a major independent organization headline show with a two minute squash match. I guess w w. eastern that kind of with brock laser not quite two minutes but why are people acting like one hundred thousand buys for all out is disappointing. WCW was doing wing it about twenty k. near the end. AWT hasn't started yet. They had the main event match. Pull the week before the show. I'd be happy with what they did. Hundred thousand buys for that show show is awesome if you are praying for a w to fail that you're gonna find a way to spin one hundred thousand being a bad number in the entire time. The teen existed on spike with one point five million viewers. They did sixty thousand buys twice jason. It never came close to that ever again. I can a moment observer live <music>. Hey travelers. Do you want to save money on your next flight then pick up the phone and call that's right call because the best prices are not online. They're with smartfares. See smartfares has special deals with the airlines when they have unsold seats they use smartfares fill them so you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices. Our prices are too low to publish online with the extra money. 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I may have to talk about some of my in the results of my worldwide investigation with multiple sources into the sega of the missing gay w title on friday we were discussing this because the individual who found the belt on the side side of the road returned it's and talked about his experience finding the belt and as i was discussing this with jim valley and mike zimmer vivey they asked some questions and some other people at ask questions as well and the main theory that people had was that somebody whether be chris jericho or her limo driver or whoever had placed the belt on the top of the limo and forgotten about it and when the limo drove off it fell off the limo and ended up on the side of the road the seems to it'd be the theory that many people have had and it was noted by either mike or jim that hey it's dark out probably in a black bag can easily not see it sitting there on top of that on top of that limo and so on and so fourth lizotte of my in-depth investigation. I have learned a couple of facts that i'd like to reveal to you and there's some other details as well that i will not reveal because you can't reveal all of the details in an investigation like this in case somebody tries to claim that they were responsive to hold back some information so that you can you know what i'm saying and also i don't want accuse anybody so that's the main reason not giving away this other information here but this incident occurred in the mid afternoon approximately five thirty pm so what that means is. It wasn't dark out. The belt was is also not in a black bag. It was in a grey bag and so the theory that well it was dark. They didn't see it. That's not the case. It wasn't dark. It was light out now. This also wasn't like your traditional stretch limo. This was a hatchback. SUV limo in other words very very unlikely that anybody would have put the belt on top of the limo limoux for any reason it was a hatchback you'd had to go round like put it on the hood or something like that so that also causes an issue of the story with the the belt being on top of the limo and then falling off on the side of the road and the most important detail that i believe is not been mentioned anywhere yet this belt was found on the side of the road but it was not the road that the SUV drove down own when going from the private airport to the long horn steakhouse and back it was not on that road meaning it did not fall off the top of the limo unless it somehow fell off the top of the limo onto a road far far away so somehow somehow this belt vanished at appeared somewhere else. It is is a very very interesting case. I have drank several white russians while investigating this this case many many twists and turns but that is the update on chris jericho's missing velde which has been returned at is noted there are more details that have not come out yet but i'm not sure i wanna talk talk about those details and run the risk of accusing any particular individual but i myself do have a theory. Let's go to the phones on the air. What's going on john abramson kenyan myrtle beach. Yes kenny survivor of hurricane dorian <hes> s nice. I was a bad how bad ed was where you were. I left the state. Oh wow yeah yeah so. I've been trying to actually get you you for a couple of weeks on the show <hes> to kind of talk about my feelings about how ron out of bin laden lead to the point where i've given up on those shows completely i am not watching anymore and i'm glad i took a little bit of time because something happened during one of the calls earlier than kind of crystallized for me why i have completely we lost all connection with ron smackdown and why i love awa despite access from the gupta goofy bookings and some of the in ring is not got up to south and it comes down to one thing every person who has ever truly gotten over in professional wrestling i five theory. I've done over for one simple reason because they look like they want to be there think capac- john they wanna be wrestlers. The successful ones right. Well steve austin barack. Ric flair dusty rhodes thick murdoch. What do they all the comments every time they show up at the arena every time they show up on your TV screen. A look like like that is where they want to be. It is where they love being. You get somebody like a roman reigns. It looks like they want to be anywhere. Go there right now. You know i went to last night. It's funny roman reigns. It's funny you mentioned that it's funny. You mentioned that with the exception of seth rollins. I don't think there is anybody who wants to be in w even more than roman reigns aints and he may even be wannabe. He may want to be there even more than seth rollins. He may not have that look on his face but trust me. Roman reigns wants to be that's the thing that's come across on screen and it doesn't feel like it. Does you look at somebody like bray wire. It looks like he's having so much on playing that character at as you were discussing earlier chris jericho pill. He looks like he's having the time all his lights doing all the stuff backstage. When the belt disappear cutting those goes on twitter. It looks like he's having fun. Nobody in WWE hardly with the exception of a lot of the guys in the next t- walks. It's like they're having a good time if they're talking well. I want to thank you very much for the call. I don't know if i would completely agree with that particular. Take right there. I think a lot of people. I don't know what does it mean. Raises look like he's enjoying his job. I mean roman reigns character. I don't know i mean a lot of the heels aren't supposed to look like they're having fun there. I mean bray whites clearly having a good time but i i i don't. I don't think that's the defining characteristic ristic of what his has caused people to become pro wrestling superstars. Gotta have a ton of charisma. You gotta get over with the people you got to connect. I think think what you're trying to get at is that the biggest stars in wrestling history were given the freedom to express their creativity ativity and find ways to connect with the crowd either as a baby face or heel and inevitably. It is much harder to do that because it's just it's just a more scripted clinical. It's just different like i don't wanna say it's not pro wrestling but if i look at every pro wrestling promotion on the planet the one that is least like pro wrestling is WWE. That's it also happens to be the one that's making the most money so what does that mean i have no idea but when i see a w what i see is more more of a traditional professional wrestling company more so than WWE but right now tell me is far and away the number one biggest professional official wrestling promotion in the world so maybe we are at a point in time where the masses what they wanted the pro wrestling is not pro wrestling but it's WWE. We're gonna find out in october. Actually we won't find out in october. It'll be it'll be a while but over the course of the next couple of years ears we will find out. Do people want to see old style. Professional wrestling where interviews aren't aren't scripted people are allowed to be whatever they think their character should be if something starts to get over they go with it. <hes> no writers just most people booking programs. We're gonna find out if that's what people want in twenty nineteen twenty twenty twenty twenty one or if what w e presents hence is in fact what the masses want. We're gonna find out. I don't know the answer. I feel like the answer is that people want professional wrestling like old style professional wrestling but i mean the most old style professional wrestling promotion right now is new japan and new japan is the second biggest pro wrestling promotion in the world but it is a far distant second from WWE so we'll find out i don't know the answer. Is this person a year says i agree with that caller. Roman reigns indeed acts. It's like he doesn't want to be there though internally. He loves me and his family. I can't say what i would like to say but i can just tell oh you the roman reigns absolutely loves being in WWE and he would not like to go anywhere else. I can't say that about everybody else in WBZ but i i can rather confidently say that about roman rates for scissors. No telling how deep the conspiracy runs the the fact that a world champ is eating a long horn steakhouse smells fishy to me well. Here's another other little detail. They didn't actually request go to the long horn steakhouse they had requested to go somewhere else and and the limo driver told them that in fact the long horn steakhouse was closer. That's why they were at the longhorn steakhouse. It's a very very very interesting case for says it a ruin my inex- tea with main roster stars and other garbage dude. I'm hitting a w every week on entity. Some people will but you know what the reason that ron smackdown do. The numbers they do part of part of it is because they've been around around forever. They noted part of it is because roz on monday but part of it is because the WWE wrestlers are the wrestlers that the fancy as the biggest guest stars now is there anybody who was like a big time major superstar in WWE. No they have no johnson right now. They have no steve austin. They have no rock they have no hogan no bruno but they have people that fancy as stars and so the reality he is if you're a casual fan is watching a w and they're watching an ex team and WWE puts the current biggest stars in double me on the annex t television show here and there that star power may trump whatever it is at AWS doing i don't know now down the road down the road a w may be able to build up their jericho's and their bucks and their MJ the apps and whoever else there luce soroush the jungle boys they baby will abilities guys up and make them into people holded the fancy as bigger superstars than the people in WBZ if they do that. 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You're listening to wrestling observer live with bryan alvarez and mike zimmer v on the sports byline broadcasting network job right alvarez year wrestling observer live no except for today or at a time we can get him on for tomorrow. Person-years is the color made a good point. Let's say for example one of the most one of the most wrestlers of all time. Daniel bryan loves pro wrestling more than anything in his life. He guys are all missing. The point everybody there loves pro wrestling more than anything in their life. That's why they're they're doing pro wrestling. They make it disappointed about the way that they're being used in progressing bennell love it. They'll wanna be there. I mean there's very few of them that walk away very few of them. I mean this whole sasha banks thing sasha banks admitting admitting yes. I thought my wrestlemainia i hate away didn't wrestlemanias crying on the floor backstage wrestlemainia and she goes home in like how she's being used dude. She just resigned like this is not a surprise. What happened to her this kind of thing happening in deputy. That's what happens in w you got to no one except that if you don't don't go to me but my point is everybody knows what life is like in WWE and they they resign one person. After another they resigned they reside they reside because yeah sometimes aspects of the job suck but guess what they get to their forties a week and they get to do pro wrestling a lot more fun on the road than they do with television a lot of time but they get to go out there. They get to do their a pro wrestling matches. They get to travel siege city. They get to be stars. They make good money. They sign autographs. They love it. 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You had an opinion piece about an opinion opinion piece yes written the original opinion piece was written by none other than new york mayor bill de blasio who i didn't know this apparently he's running for president so him and a whole bunch of other but he's not doing that well in the polls. How's that yeah. I don't pay any attention to <hes> to the poll so i had no l. idea and he wrote this piece for wired magazine and this is one of those topics and that is robots <hes> that is going to come up again and again again and again as we get on into the future as more robots become more affordable as robots become more ubiquitous us in our lives not just in our homes but at the workplace and when we go out to grab some food at a restaurant or whatever you're going to likely start to see more robots robots. We've already seen stories about automated cars. There's a new story that i've had in show prep for a couple of days. We haven't talked about where there's apparently a robot ship that is set to cross the atlantic the idea being why should i ship have human beings running it. Why not just let the ships just travel with a robot driver. I mean well. Most of its automated anyway right. Captain of the ship is not sitting there behind a wheel the whole crusty the whole cadre the corn cob pipe. You know these ships have gotten more and more sparsely manned as time goes by but i agree you know i mean you're talking about a place. That largely has nothing to run into now. The opposite of the other ships yeah the opposing view. It would be this if something if theory theory you managed to find something to run into. It's a very costly mistakes. You're a mistake that could be circumvented by having. I don't know a captain and on the boat could be i mean it certainly <hes> and we can talk about the robot ship or whatever just kind of going through a few different examples. I mean years ago. When we first moved here. Mark remember they had the little robot roomba vacuum cleaner things i mean even as far back as you know decade plus there were robots that were coming into our lives and surrounding you know to me i find robots to be interesting and exciting and like wow that's really cool and the robot burger flippers now that's the thing apparently for her will take over a lot of jobs and and that's what's got people scared right. I mean you know this time when at this point in the economy i've heard the experts say if you want a job you've got one. <hes> people are worried that they won't have a job in the future and i i suspect that's what the luddites were concerned with back in the day and that's not just an insult. There actually were luddites and people who are against technology technology. They were against factory assembly lines and technological innovation transcends all of human history as well right sure people get upset at whatever her whatever changes happening during their their life whatever new thing you know my god. My life is going to be different. My who moved my cheese yeah you you know and you know there. There's obviously going to be other jobs and people will probably span their careers will span several different types of jobs. I've been a roofer retail sales person johnny a cabbie. I've been you know worked at convenience stores and now i happened to be on the radio. <hes> i've done a bunch of different things sales of course had been a large portion of my my life so i mean you're kyle these the these jobs where you just go to work there at eighteen and end up. I mean those are from stories. At this point. There are some people still retiring from those jobs but jobs are out there and the training period between when you lose your job and when you learn the new skill to get you into the that is the job of the employer and many of them will pay it. You know for the new job sure okay. You've got hillock has on how desperate they are to find somebody if they want somebody to do the job. They're going to have to train in them to do it. If you already know plenty of people out there as you manage to do the training ahead of time and pay for it so that they can compete more readily against the other folks but you know it doesn't always work out. Sometimes you're training for a job. That doesn't exist. How's things going with that. NBA years st still have it it so here's the fearmongering <hes> from wired magazine again. This is an article written by bill de blasio and it's entitled why american workers to be protected from automation. He says as president i would issue a robot tax for corporations displacing humans create a federal agency to oversee automation. They call it the lights out factory manufacturing complex run by japanese company thaw nuke. FAM UC it spans twenty two facilities producing twenty three thousand computer parts each month for companies like tesla and apple. The plant runs close to twenty four hours a day every day of the year. That's the beautiful thing about it right because the factory worker will run either one or two shifts and they're going to be in the show at the end of the shift. The factory shuts down because everyone goes over the night where unless they're going around the clock right well in this case they do go round the clock and with the added expense of the electricity to you know to to. I like the fact that you don't need to run the lights. The robots don't need those the complex seems to run so smoothly. It might take a moment to realize that something's missing human workers phonics factory is one hundred percent automated with robots going unsupervised by human for as many as thirty days at a time. Uh scale of automation in our economy is increasing far faster than most people realize and its impact on working people in america and across the world unless corralled. We'll be devastating already. According to the brookings seat soy zing. We got a corral this progress we can't just have crazy progress with more efficiency officiency and lower prices for everybody in the on the planet well the pl- the price of labor is completely different than the price of everything else because labor means people and we shouldn't be talking about economics when we're talking about people or some such garbage. You're talking about economics. You're talking about people. It's exactly what it is and you know what it's saying. Saying here is that i don't even know we need crappy old job sm- outdated jobs because otherwise people won't have jobs. That's the fear what evidence do you have of this claim. The in the future we could very well have all the jobs we need at this point. We know that there are more jobs than there are. People in the united states because the price of labor is going up. Well also that's how that supply and demand ladies and gentlemen supply remains whatever it is and then demand you know goes with good economy is going up well. We also know there's more people on the planet than ever before also right so like when automation was becoming a thing because it didn't used to be a thing there wasn't mechanical automation till there was you had to have a whole lot more people building and digging and doing all the things that people did before there were machines to do those things and there were people who were mad about that back then at that time so it's you know it sounds sounds very familiar to me not that i was around back then but the you know these arguments see my same old dumb crap trotted out by the same old folks and at this point you're like you know whether it's the roman tribune saying i'm for the people or bill de blasio out there saying i'm for the working guy. It's all the same old crap. They're lying still uh thousands of years and people still fall for the same old crap lie well because fear is a motivator right. It's fierce something that gets people's attention and it's certainly possible that there were no politician on the planet that gives a damn about you know. There's that's where you start from. Yeah that's true. It's also the mentality of the people involved right because even my stepdad is a little bit older <hes> and you know i see him his post on facebook facebook and whatever and he's floating around this thing that says don't go through the automated checkout at the grocery store. Wait wait for the cashier because if you line up up enough people in the cashier line that store will have to pay another employee whereas if you go through the automated line. You're basically doing their labor for free three. I go well great. You know because now at wages go up costco up now. Everyone pays more because you don't want to check out yourself. The toll free number is eight fifty. Five four fifty free like like freedom. You can join us. 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That way got my car that way anytime you need to not be tracked you just pop the phone in the bag doesn't matter she phones on or off <hes> the signals are not going to get in or out and by the way it's important know that if you think that you can avoid being tracked by putting your phone in airplane mode that is not necessarily necessarily the case when you put it into airplane mode. It's still apparently is tracking you based on your GPS position and then when you turn off airplane mode your phone will upload all that data to wherever it is that wants to know so if you want to protect yourself yeah go dark bags dot com slash f. t. al get your fair airbag from good art bags that go dark bags dot com slash ftl so anyway. The blasio has written this piece for wired magazine. Who apparently is taking this guy seriously. I guess wire doesn't really understand the history of <hes> automation name. I don't see why they wouldn't take him seriously. He's well wired in it for the click or if i would if i did. I'd publish a counterpoint. You know like oh well. Here's what bill de blasio says here's what whoever whoever's sane has to say about murphy so let me go on with more of the <hes> the fearmongering here. He's talking about this factory. In china that has <hes> <hes> you know runs twenty four hours a day. They don't have any lights because there's no humans. It's just all machines going. You know unsupervised. Obviously somebody's probably coming in to fix them when they break but beyond that there's not really any staff of which to speak hard to believe with <hes> the cost of labor in china as i presume hard to believe that they have their mastery in china china is completely automated. When the cost of labour i would presume is significantly cheaper. Well you may be right about that but <hes> they're doing it and so it must be economically feasible or maybe it's just you know a prototype proof of concept already according to the brookings institution thirty six million million american jobs are highly likely they say to be automated out of existence <hes>. Let's see thirty six million jobs. I don't know how many working americans there are they are but if you presume that <hes> four-fifths of americans work and then one fifth are either too young or too old to work than <hes> say it's not a big percentage and i was thinking it's significant but it's not gigantic percentage and i mean can and the economy not provide jobs for more of those folks yes of course it can because new jobs get created over time as other jobs get eliminated. <hes> the marketplace is always developing. There's always new innovations and new ideas new companies opening their jobs. Today that didn't never never existed twenty years ago instagram influence or youtube twitch player people get paid to play video games indeed. Doesn't that beat factory. Workers sports is much better than factory yeah so he goes on to claim but automation and human employment should not be viewed as mutually exclusive america has welcome technological advancement throughout our history and we still should as long as the benefits of those advancements. It's our shared evenly of solely going to big corporations as mayor of new york and as a candidate for president focused on the needs of working people i've seen at home and across the country that workers can benefit from these technological changes but we can't let american jobs be replaced by them. That's why i'm proposing a new plan today to protect american workers and ensure that we all share in the gains from technological advancement just roll back all the technological advancement that and opened up a whole bring back ditch diggers there you go well. This guy gets to decide bill. De blasio is smart enough to know which technology we need in which technology we don't need that is part of the problem here. That's exactly what this is. This is one control-freak telling you well. This is how the world needs to be shaped into the future city planners bureaucrats of all sorts. That's what these people are. There simply control freaks and when the market is allowed to expand without undue fetters then well. That's it's going going to provide us with the best possible outcomes and that means lower prices right then that means your dollars that you earn go further meaning. You have a better quality of life <hes> if this man man and his bureaucrats don't get in the way if you have the job though according to him if you're out of work your dollar doesn't go anywhere because you don't have any money to spend and you don't have the skills to transition quickly into another another job. So what about those people yeah. I mean this is just based on pure fearmongering. The idea that jobs will be created. He's what he's suggesting is and it may be true true that there may very well be thirty six million or more or less or whatever millions and tens of millions of jobs that don't exist in the coming decades anymore but what he's he's not saying is that there's probably going to be another fifty million that are created than sectors that no one can predict it. Yes i read a book in in the eighties where it was. It was a class requirement and it was written by alvin toffler. I don't remember what his <hes> heard that name before remember the name of the book but but it was one of his more famous books in it he went on to explain what the future was going to be like and you know the guys got some some hits and he's got plenty of mrs sure this is none guy who claim to know what the world was going to be like in the future couldn't predict the internet internet not not in. It's not in full flower by any stretch of the imagination in the modern sense. I mean like the theories though what the future's future's going to be like wow that's exciting. That's exciting new and i want to be a part of that. I i love you know futuristic great. It's a great way to sell books. It's not like you know. Ah alvin toffler didn't know what the future is going to be like thirty years out. He's still alive. Probably i don't know and he couldn't predict what thirty years that was going to be like. How bill de blasio going to predict it. That's what these people are proposing to do is. They're proposing to predict the future. We need to stifle growth in in this particular area because growth in this area is bad is the claim and will result in the future in bad things well how does build a blasi. Oh no that's the thing he doesn't know but he's trying to create it right because if he gets elected he can stifle those future growth and therefore his future is the one that pans out because things in control and you know he's he's playing to the fears of the present based on the prosperity of the future. We will eliminate this prosperity that we will have the future. You're to benefit us today. We will mortgage earth grandchildren's future for you today that you're going to be does ladies and gentlemen. That's what debt is you currently are paying the debt on on de his existed since before the united states civil war. 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You don't have to talk about the future the automation and the fear that surrounds that whole scene which is inevitable although the government of course the government gang could get in the way they could slow progress dramatically at least in the united states that they can't thankfully control the rest of the world so oh you know robotics will continue because it's unlikely that every government on the planet is going to do the same stupid crap that these politicians wanted to you hear what they will put a tariff on imported robotic chinese goods when it becomes too cheap imported into united states i suspect in american jobs that way as well so bill blasio the new york mayor and a democratic candidate for president apparently he's got himself proposal. He's trotted out. The old claim that people are going to lose their jobs thirty six million americans he says according to the brookings institution are highly likely to be automated out of existence. I their jobs are concerned. Their jobs are going to automated out of existence but that doesn't mean they won't be able to find work and that's what he's suggesting. He suggested what you're going to lose your job. You couldn't possibly get another job because robots because you aren't as good as a robot. Isn't that kind of what he's saying. There's you humans we realized the robots are going to be more technologically superior and superior in every way there's just no way you'll be able to compete <hes> with these robots. You silly humans well if your job is at that level that is possible possible yeah yeah if you're both on something in a robot can do the same thing it's worth pointing out that in a as these we go to this sort of post industrial society or whatever it is that he's talking about here this automated society that is going to drive down pricing. That's right if it drives down pricing then you don't need need to make as much money or have as much money to do what you're going to do to to buy the things that you wanna buy it might take it may take you from a forty hour workweek to a twenty hour workweek if it's efficient also there's a situation of we already have a society where you basically get like free water. It's not welfare that gives out water to drink in our society. It's available at water. Fountains and drinking places is all over and you know we have this these government programs to provide food and shelter for people we already have <hes> the basics that are provided at this point and who's to say that we can't continue to provide these basics for people who have not figured out how to save if you don't have money and you haven't figured out how to save. I'm sorry i didn't mean to say something mean but the reality is is that every day you have the opportunity to begin a savings program. That's true. It's never too late and that's it's the reality of these situations. You put away ten percent and you ah you know put it into at this point <hes> you know probably an SAP matching fund or something and you're gonna do reasonably well. Are you suggesting that these people who lose their jobs. Due to automation should go on some government welfare program. It'll probably be there okay. I'm not suggesting that they should but it'll be there well. I'll say <music> this a lot of times when somebody loses their job it's upsetting. It's frustrating because a lot of people live paycheck to paycheck darn close to it and that can put the squeeze on somebody financially but i've seen it time and time again where the loss of a job leads almost inevitably to a better job or to a better opportunity or to something that you know had they not lost their job they never would have been looking for this other thing and then they find something that pays better or has better hours or his closer to home or whatever there's usually something better that comes out of that situation for the person who's willing to seek that thing who's willing to to you know be aware of the opportunities as they present themselves. It's real easy to get stuck in a job. That's comfortable for you sure rather than you know up and doing something else and it takes a lot to break free from that on your own and just you know like setting setting the ships on fire basically saying like nope. I'm quitting my job because i need to find something better out there and then you know and not having a backup plan if something goes wrong and i know that people can find this kind of conversation to be very triggering if to use one of the new terms is because you know we don't know what your situations like a plus you guys around on the radio. You're not going to be replaced by a robot well. Why don surprise there painting <hes> robot the computer programs are making works of art at this point. I mean why and they're already writing news stories. Why wouldn't a robot come out and that can do a talk. Show i mean at this point why not they basically basically already have it because they can take your voice sample and just you know type in the words yeah we're happy to have the robot and make up the phrases and whatever and they could have optimus prime has to talk doc show because they've got the the guy who peter call and i think the voice actor for optimus prime <hes> that the transformer he has read enough you know he'd read this series of words or whatever that you have to read in to get every potential inflection <hes> your voice how could possibly do and they've they've ingested that into a computer program to where he's gonna pass away at some point but they will continue to make optimus prime sound just like optimus prime has always sounded because of that so yeah it could happen it. It would be interesting and then we do have these robots online that are chat bots right where you can like type in. They're getting smarter. They're getting better than they ever get manipulated by the the fun guys out there but i mean i think a lot of people think that if you're on the radio you rich i'm rich and richie rich richard rush limbaugh's pretty rich. He is absolutely rich and also the number one talk show but i think it's worth pointing out that that you know to move up here. I took a loan out from my mom and that you know we show until recently. My wife and i lived in a <hes> seven hundred square foot cabin happen. It's not like you know wealth. We weren't wealthy but she did have a really good savings plan and you know you can do so. Here's here's the big plan from bill. De blasio's what he's going to do. If you give him the presidency he says to start my plan calls for a new federal agency enough of those got to have another one yeah that'll give jobs to people the federal automation and worker protection agency fao pa to oh it doesn't even occur cool acronym to oversee automation and safeguard jobs in communities fafa would create a permitting process for any company seeking to increase automation that would displace workers approval of those plans be conditioned on protecting workers if their jobs are eliminated through automation company would be required to offer their workers new jobs with equal pay or a severance package in line with their tenure at the company or these companies going to be allowed to shut down completely because that would displace everybody yeah good question yeah what if you close the whole company and start a new company of one. That's easiest filling out a new. LLC certificate ticket you know that's an interesting point and <hes> you know they're gonna find loopholes interests in this process. He says additionally my plan would close tax loopholes is worth hundreds of billions of dollars for corporations that invest in automation and then often deducted on their taxes so therefore we're gonna pass all those taxes onto the customer because we're ever know. Corporation actually actually pays any taxes. It's the customers who pay the taxes through increased product costs because they gotta make up the price of the taxes so anytime a corporation gratien gets taxed more get ready. You're gonna pay more at the cash register and they're insidious with the two because sometimes it's not just a price increase. Sometimes it's the same in price but a smaller amount of the product sure and the boxes and the packaging smaller drinking incredible shrinking others a cool blog called mao all sprint. I haven't actually looked at it in a while. It's been updated but they <hes> they look at that and there's a name for it and i forget what it's called but there's like a term mm for that the where the product packaging gets smaller overtime or they try to like make the package look like it's the same size but they the sri sharing the what three dimensional depth of it or something like that so it looks like the same on the shelves as it always has um you say awful but they do it because they have to cover their costs. Somehow i know and they don't want to like you. Don't want to raise prices prices or cause panic and customers. It's called mao sprint. It's a really interesting blog because they'll take submissions from their users of like oh. Here's a <hes> you remember orange juice like orange juice. I still remember artist. Steve four ounce member sixty four ounce containers just pretty standard carton kind of they don't have that anymore. It's like fifty three fifty. Five yogurts used to be eight outs. 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We're talking about the future of automation and how some of these <hes> government politicians stugz <hes> want to stand in the way of that in order to get your vote so they can get some power bill blasio who doesn't have enough power apparently as the new york mayor would like to be the president of the united states and he is now planning <hes> <hes> or he's announced that he will create a new federal agency which of course he would need congress to do but i'm sure there's plenty of fearmongers there who would back him up on this <hes> to create create the federal automation and worker protection agency aka thoug- i'll tell you more about that coming up here with you tonight by the way it's ian ritchie rich and mark and and if you are an individual who rejects the initiation of force in agrees to abide by the ethics of the non aggression principle yada head down to liberty dot menu and you can list the things that you do on this website for liberty people <hes> that could list your business. 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What is it permission a licenses yeah correct so licenses them taking your right away and then selling get back to you right. You want to add a robot to your your workplace well. You're going to need to go have to go through the phone book commission you gotta get them to approve your plan and they're only going to approve it. As long as you take the person's job who is going to be eliminated by the robot and give them a new position or give them a severance package. He says quote in line with their tenure at the company now. I don't know what that means means and i don't know if that means. If you've been there a year you gotta give them a years. Worth or a week's worth of no idea companies have internal scale severances get paid out <hes> additionally. He says my plan would close tax loopholes. Worth hundreds of billions of dollars for corporations and invest in automation often deducted on their taxes. He says <hes> lastly my proposal would institute a robot tax on large companies that eliminate jobs through increased automation and failed to provide adequate replacement jobs. They'd it'd be required to pay five years. Payroll taxes upfront for each employee eliminated see that'll give money to the government and that'll help everybody right <hes> you. I you know i think that one of the best examples of this is when the when the local government in my town finds out that your dog has gotten out and killed killed the neighbors chicken they they find you five hundred dollars for the dog by my chicken though right with no no the neighbors get a dead chicken. You've got a five five hundred dollar fine and the town has five hundred bucks yep chitchatting thing i mean he's just like this is exactly what he's talking. Well don't worry he's gonna take that money that the payroll taxes again the five years worth will be have to be paid for each employee and he says that revenue would go right into a new generation of labor intensive hi employment infrastructure projects and new jobs in areas such as healthcare and green energy that will provide new employment display see the government's gonna and it just taking all that money from private industry and just make a bunch of make work jobs for people so if if if that's the plan why not just invest in all those new technologies and green energy energies now and start employing those people and getting them trained now on his own time years rich right yeah can you can prove the the idea if if if he thinks it's up if he thinks that that's where if that's where the future is going right get into that now and start doing it. He says displaced workers would be guaranteed. New the jobs created in these fields at comparable salaries this tax on the jobs in the twenty first century fields it creates would drastically change what the next economy economy will look like for working. People don't forget if this guy creates some bureaucracy that <hes> retrain employees for new jobs that they you. I mean aren't really have have this called colleges. Technical centers these sorts of things that i don't know teach you how to do things that you get a job. I mean that's all these talking about here and we already have it. We don't need the government to do it but i mean he's. He's saying he says we need the government to make new jobs for people well. The government has been remarkably bad at making jobs. It made a job for bill. De blasios look what he's doing. He says it'll have two fundamental effects. They will live lousy cicada sitting in a tree screaming and he's like why can't i do that for a living. He's that it will guarantee that american workers have a shield against unemployment. I my plan would ensure stability for the workers who have the jobs of today secondly by taking the revenues created by closing the automation loophole loophole in the robot tax and investing them new programs it would facilitate the next generation of jobs good paying union jobs in green energy early childhood childhood education home healthcare and the like union jobs will likely just drive the manufacturing out of the united states to someplace the doesn't require the union to build the plaza. You're gonna make sure china gets union jobs and and is that what bill the blasios going to do or is he just going to make sure that we outsource all the jobs from the united states out for generations americans went to work confidence not just they had the security of a good paying job with union benefits but that they'd have that security for years to come those of them still in the work force as well as generation x. and millennials deserve that same peace of mind. I dunno no no. I just i hear that from like the older generation crowd and then i just i wonder how good that actually was because i've never experienced that the <hes> working the same job the whole your whole lifetime yeah like you know decade upon decade of the exact same thing repetitively has never appealed to me and i don't know if that appeals to the current generation either. I don't know i don't think i don't think so that's a good question and by the way i mean not. Everybody had a union job back in the day. So oh yeah it's certainly true that the union shields their members rightly or wrongly from being terminated and that's not a good thing when it comes to you know if this employee sucks they need to be gotten rid of the union stands in the way of that <hes> but for those people that didn't have a union job. They never had a piece of mind. If you feel like you have a piece of mind at your job you need to forget about that because tomorrow that business could go under or tomorrow that business could decide that they don't need your services anymore and then you don't have job anymore with that company. I've been through that a number overtime. I i worked. I because you're a bad worker. No it wasn't like literally we got the the owner didn't pay the rent working at a salad restaurant. <hes> back in hawaii and the owner didn't pay the rent so i got a call from <hes> the general manager of the restaurant while i was at my other job to tell me not to come to work and what will what's going on and they went. We've been affected tomer. It's and that was it. You know we have like you're lucky if you get another check. That was the thing so i you know the the the owner owner had another facility at another restaurant so i said well. I'm getting paid one way or the other. You went down there to him. I was going to i did not because the gentleman who said hold on by will work this out on your behalf. I said do it quickly so check <hes> he got he. We all got checks from the from the owner. The owner had enough to pay out the final paychecks now and and then we immediately went to the bank to cash like sure good idea. There was no depositing into my bank account. We went to the issuing bank gave him. The thumbprint got the cash and that was martin art move right yeah but it was it was overnight you just you know here's talking about union jobs in almost all union jobs these days government job said vase probably just talking about government employees but let's not forget that it's the government employees right now that are worried about their pensions and places leftist paradises will appear die like a <hes> chicago federal so don't worry they'll print the money when they do the government shutdowns as well. The united states government is twenty two trillion dollars in debt. What do you want a pension from that organization so it's another twenty two trillion. They've done it on. They've got to pay that back. Every day of the life of the oldest citizen citizen in america to deal with this looming threat some tech leaders in silicon valley and my fellow twenty twenty candidate andrew yang proposed providing every american with a universal basic nick income of twelve thousand dollars a year while this idea could be part of a broader solution as a standalone proposal. It's woefully inadequate and has the potential do more harm than good. He claims names that at best you'll be. I overlook the intrinsic value of job. Believing the financial life support of a monthly check can substitute for meaningful employment and i don't disagree agree necessarily with that that perspective he says at worst it's a sleight of hand trick telling americans at automation will create a better future for all while it instead locks middle class families into unemployment and ensures the profits created by new technological advancement flow only to the wealthy and can only temporarily right at some point. You go like i have to get a new scale. I have to get a new job. I have to move on with my life if you if you value that sort of thing and then you do you know and then then then everything's cheaper because because of the automation that was took your old job what <hes> let's continue that statement from de blasio deserves a little bit more attention. 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That's eight five five four five zero a three seven three three the let's see a i e r the american institute for economic research is calling this proposal by bill de blasio who is a <hes> democratic presidential candidate quote. The worst regulation ever proposed us in that is the story that you brought in richie to comment on the story. We've been in commenting on which is the opinion piece written by the blasio over at wired magazine where he says that. If he's elected president he'll create a new federal agency called called the federal automation a worker protection agency aka alpa and that they will basically get in the way of any kind of automation progress in demand not only increased taxes from those companies <hes> but also basically say whoa. You can't do anything new. You can't bring any new automation equipment in here. You can't bring a new robot in until you do a or b which is to say you either. Give the people who you're replacing new jobs so no cost cut whatsoever or you give them a severance package. That is some you know to be hitter of thing long-term costco. It almost seems to me like the penalty is designed to be so onerous that no one bothers to attempt it to to upgrade you mean that that's what he wants you upgrade but it costs so much that no one will do it right because normally it does cost a lot in advance because robotic technology still pretty new. You know you're gonna pay a lot of money for that robot burger flipper. If you're the first company to put the robot burger flipper into place you're gonna pay the highest hi it's price and until it can be developed in costs can be lowered which you don't have to worry. Do you have to worry about whether kyle's gonna show up for work. Events drew you know or complain about it or spit in the food or do something worse punch a hole in the wall. That's kyle does punches gets upset. Drywall bam the whole drywall exactly so <hes> <hes> that's one of the things he was proposing then he also wants a tax on companies that eliminate jobs through increased automation so even after you've you've gotten through the regulation process zest from talpet if you then do replace a job even though you've created another job they're gonna hit you with a tax. That's going to make it even more burdensome. He says five five years of payroll taxes upfront for each employee eliminated and then goes on to claim that he's going to give those employees federal union jobs so they can be taken care of and they'll pay payroll taxes on top of that as well they sure will he goes on with just a little bit more here from the article in wired. He says my plan wouldn't accept any actually attacks you buy so he goes after some of the other democratic candidate. That was surprising because that's usually that's the other solution for technological advancements. This is while you're gonna lose your job so here's a check for universal basic income to get you through and i don't support you be i myself i don't because it's basically basically just a big welfare. Check for people and i do agree with the blasio that it is not a substitute for you know actually working that it will certainly discourage people from from working in that case. I've seen <hes> proposals to do a UB. I for sort of <hes> you know your own personal benefit benefit <hes> or companies benefit or whatever and for those. I'd support it if you feel like you're going to further your organization by giving it a UB than do that. What so you're saying. Private company would be giving you that kind of thing so cryptos the create currency and give it to the poor that kind of thing. I've done voluntarily. I i got no problem with it. I don't think it would work even even if done voluntary tests. I've thought were there have been some small scale tests of you and they've not they've been abandoned. Actually before before the testing period was supposed to be done. He goes on. He says my plan. My plan wouldn't accept a post work future instead it would hasten to work filled future. One where we use technological advancement to bridge the gap between our current workforce at risk of being made redundant by automation and the resilient union workforce course we need unions with stone hammers pounding out the future ask spoons to dig the ditches a whole bunch of more work all right the shovel is just far too large to efficient a robot tax will help us create stable good paying middle class jobs for generations to come last week. I visited the port sort of los angeles. The site of one of the newest battles over workplace automation thousands of members of the international longshore and warehouse union took to the streets this spring to protest a plan to replace their the jobs with gigantic automated remote controlled container moving vehicles their story shows the power that united group of working people has but it also shows the limits of how far even they can go without the help of the government. The company and port officials have ignored their pleas so far wait. A minute isn't the port. The government like aren't ports normally government operations or wrong about that going on. He says <hes> in hundreds of jobs may now be lost. Workers is like a longshoreman and the american communities that depend on them need the government to be on their side. If they're going to survive the onslaught of automation that means creating an automation policy that puts its workers not corporations. I it would seem like protesting. Automation is a bad idea because that's just more evidence to the company. Aligning cut yeah the the robots not gonna throw a fit and not work for five days right exactly do its thing show up in somebody's gonna come in and oil the thing every now and then that's about it. How about how about you show that you're of value to the organization in some other way you know and then get transitioned into a better job by being a value to the organization to throw a fit you know people come <hes> people attempt to apply to freetalklive all the time because everybody wants to be a talk show host it make money being a talk show host what they don't understand is in high make no money being talk. Show hosts not a whole lot of money. Talk shows no well. I mean we make money because there's an organization that you know puts together some advertising and those sorts of things but the being a talk show hosts know. 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It wasn't even worth trying to sell the show back then so. Let's get to some of the commentary you don't have to read the whole piece here uh-huh but i thought it was important to share to blasio's pitch and if you're out there listening to this and this sounds good to you and you're excited about this you think that <hes> you need. I need the government to protect your job. I really want to hear from you tonight. If you wanna jump on the phones you can the toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free. Are you that uncertain of your own abilities to go out and change your thing that you do to go and learn a new skill to go and find behind a new opportunity to create a new opportunity. Are you that uncertain that you have to turn to the government goons in order to protect yourself. It's not what he's saying well. He's got marxism with robots what he's got. <hes> you know i mean this is but this sort of song and dance has a lot of gravitas gravitas right now <hes> it a lot of people are believing this is that wow and the time of some of the greatest employment in my lifetime mm-hmm. We need to get prepared for when the jobs will not be here what i what evidence is droopy jobs jobs. Are you guys familiar with the term <hes> fully automated luxury communism now. That sounds sounds though it's it's basically like the post scarcity world role that you know the the commies online dream of everything being automated. There's venus project sure and if you don't have to do anything you can just make art all day or have sex or whatever whatever you wanna do right because the robots have taken over all the important stuff yeah and you're good so and then so. Would they support this of course they would well. How could they because is this is the joe stands in the way of the rules interesting so there may be a division between <hes> the lefties on yeah. You may see a schism over over the futuristic robot marxist lefties venus project people that you're describing here are going to be against a blasios showed the the toll free number here and if he's going against you. BI than the andrew yang people will be against because i think the andrew yang supporters would be more likely to be that group the talking about eight fifty five four fifty free. If you wanna way and you're welcome to join us and we'll talk about. Why does one of the worst proposals ever. It's free talk live. I want to tell you about my favorite. 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My mother was eventually they were eventually replaced by technology and then eventually they lost their jobs. Nobody does that anymore. They had answering machine and she took their place. That worked out really well. Now phone and you can get messages on your phone and it didn't eliminate other jobs like the old telegram guy that would sit there and transmit your messages across the wires they. They lost all their jobs. Operators just didn't have enough. That's what it was in union joking. I'm i'm sure milkman who used to deliver milk. Don't happen anymore either. Those jobs are all replaced. We go to the store now. He buy milk and not even being built it could be so what do you milk anyway point is. I don't think it's a great idea. What what do you mean. What's not a great idea specifically. What do you mean having robot people's jobs but unfortunately it's going to a happen and i do believe we should be compensated but i don't know how that's going to be the government so you would have preferred operators and milkman still operating like their services aw people having of income instead of being subsidies. Those people got other jobs running exactly exactly then if they can get another job like betrayed like you were saying if you go to the public high school in the public a milk man's job. It's not me no but i'm saying you. Do you think you could say because i feel like i don't feel like i need train. Record walk up wander up to a door drops a milk off. It doesn't sound difficult. You gotta collect to what would that. Milkman now has to get trained to do something more advanced. What kind of training you where you're talking about here lubar driver well turn turn signal tick tick tick tick. I mean mean eliminate those jobs to wants to make completely but now wait a minute light. I guess i'm confused. You're saying it sounds like on one hand you you understand that these jobs have to go away because progress is being made but you feel bad about progress yeah. I hate to say i am undivided. I'm divided because on the one hand it does sort of like for example. We have surgery now that the laser and machine that's not perfect. I wouldn't wanna be rated. You don't keep with laser on the other hand to save log so that's a good thing because he's not where you're totally replaced by machine automated. You know so i'm kinda. Give take. I don't know but not to let a person be left out in the cold and have nothing unless you you know what i mean. Money's not going to train raina. Who's responsible for that training then. That's that's the other question. I agree question i don't i can't i don't think the government i don't know it's the business that wants to hire is responsible for for the individual who wants to learn a new skill so he's can add value to the organization. I think it's important to point out that every one of those jobs that disappeared appeared whether it be the blacksmiths or whether it be the milkman or whether it be the you know the operator they were all all those people found other work if that's what they wanted to do if they wanted to go out and find other work in fact the population has increased since that time and there are still jobs available so they're still i can walk down main street here in keene new hampshire and find half a dozen jobs within you know probably twenty or thirty minutes just walking down main street. No we need is more robots do jobs well. You know what else to you kind of keyboard there if they want to do there are still other talked about it on the south. I don't know if you're on a speakerphone speakerphone or something but it's getting kinda hard to understand you. Oh was it bad before that worse now now now in your speech when you're saying that it sounds better. It's less move out. I am yeah better better now. Go ahead with. What can you just gotta rewind for just a moment. Where were you just saying yeah. I was sitting there. Basically is thank you had a key there. You said if you wanted to hear other words you know outsource for john robot if something replaces doing giving opportunity either company company to get another job for the next position. Would you change not he other contingent was you don't have the thing you get paid. Holdback government quote unquote to sit around. Nobody wants to support that. Having the government pay people to sit around okay well we can agree lean agree on that light on alleged go. Thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom about doing a job. You love as much of a great great ideas. It is and how wonderful it sounds. I mean i'm a talk show host. I do a job. I love. I'm certainly not going to complain about that but i'm willing to acknowledge allege that my father shoveled coal and was a mold maker for tropicana for decades in order to get me to where where i was that people have built the built this country. Most of them did jobs. They did not love and very difficult work and they spent all their you know they days doing it and that you know sometimes works just work. Can you think it's the idea the mentality that you're not supposed to enjoy your job because so many generations like just did work for work sake i i don't know <hes> i think you should enjoy your job because it's better to enjoy things. 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I've been i've seen the future i lived in germany. I was member of the bundestag bundle each sure solid fun socks and that was the german german translators association saxon chapter and i conducted tours for people coming in from all over the world to visit germany to see the newest technologies and <hes> i one of the places we visited frequently was the book slogging back and take out which is the folks like factory and at the time it was the most advanced training world and you could see how very very very few people work. There was unbelievable. They had little register at both hung hung down. Nobody around to pull them really. I don't know how they knew about you if something's wrong because there was nobody really around watching but these machines were just working a factory practically empty of people. You wouldn't believe you've never seen anything like it in your. You're like the machines. We're doing a perfect job. I mean you could eat it. The machines where we're perfectly doing your and this was already. Let me see maybe sixteen years ago sixteen seventeen eighteen years somewhere in there with germany in two thousand five by the way and they were already far an edinburgh checks and <hes> anyone would say saxony and baden bergh's burg's number one in saxony used a number a close competitor with with saxony with britain section was before it fell behind the iron curtain and then of course it fell behind but on the other hand. It's picked up very very quickly because the sexiest what are these are these companies talking about these provinces in germany who can actually grinberg before the before hitler came in. We're the w- and slightly after he came in where we're always number one and number always competing with each other to be number one because they were both logically offense but they were locomotives of germany's germany's locomotives of europe and <hes> you can see what has happened. Even though germany lost post war you can see europe coming together under a german head for the most part francis close behind prince cooperates with germany very closely actually the industrial triangle of germany's northern italy the league eastern france and you're getting out here. I'm not i'm getting at the people are not going to be needed except in research and development and maybe personal services or something like that but the most important high paying jobs are going to be the brilliant minds who are going to we're going to operate these fully automated economies and there's no way and also very shortly. I'll just listen but my sister who's ten years younger than i am. My mom said when my sister involved in aging research and they use telomere extension to make my young again and and they've had it in the newspaper and my mom said their their government. US sweeping under the carpet did the research so my mom said you want to hear it so i said yeah so we will slow down founded in slowdown. I understand you're excited but it's a little hard to understand you or keep up. The tell me research saying what i'm saying is the problem of mortality has already been overcome but the government wouldn't let wouldn't let the researchers finish the research. There was an american league pitchers involved in in the research and it's called telomeres. Actually jobs are going to go away. You don't think that new jobs will be created over time that new repetitive any repetitive repetitive is going away the only bad thing right no no that'd be very properly organized otherwise some people are going to be swept under the bus for for given gonna have no money and as if it's not properly organized somehow it they don't have any money. That's not anybody else's. This is problem but their own because they didn't save any money <hes> for rhino day it. This is going to go on and on forever. This is not a problem that's going to the money's it's gonna be sucked up into the hands of a half a percent of the people who only government because that's what they call the people who own production basically it's gonna be a yeah but that's that's where de blasios wrong and thank you for the call tonight robert i definitely appreciate hearing from you because he alludes to that in his article suggesting that all all these corporations will benefit from the robots and profits profits. Well now wait a minute. If every corporation puts robots into play that means they're all gonna be in competition with one another so that's one of the reasons why the robot's okay we'll match. Mcdonald's says a robot or i will not burger king is going to get the robot and so you know wendy's going to get the robot and then that means they're not none of those companies will be paying that same overhead for all that staff so they can actually reduce their menu item costs across the board which which doesn't mean more prophets necessarily it means they have to lower their costs because of competition you may actually end up seeing similar profits at the end of the day because of competition titian continuing to bring the prices down yeah if they were still charging the same price after they had lowered their over. Let's say they're overhead. In half you know the the the price the humans or they have very few humans left. It's all automated and then they keep their prices high well as soon as the other company that just automated themselves down. The street lowers their prices. Guess what's going to happen to the first company. They're going to have to lower their prices or are. They going to go out of business. Yeah let's look at <hes> during the economic downturn in say two thousand and eight and that kind of time frame two thousand and five thousand these fast food places that you've just mentioned them. They have dollar menus. You could still do sort of value l. u. Makers now. I've seen dollar menus someplace but you don't get much food for a dollar not anymore right. I don't know that any of them still have a dollar menu but all right. I've seen it within the last five years alright well. Five years is a long time ago fast food. I know you don't that's why i'm asking and i do and so i'm asking you not to correct me on this. I don't think that they very many of these places have dollar menus <hes> leftover and but during the economic downturn when well the price of labor dropped and these companies understood understood that their customers weren't willing or able to spend that much money they they created menus that had there were quite expansive in many cases. These dollar menus had head eight nine ten items on them and it's enough to keep you going. I wonder when you don't have to pay employees louise to produce this stuff. How low is this pricing gonna go. Are we gonna see the risk return of a twenty five cent mcdonald's hamburger. I doubt that maybe be the other idea that he brought up really quickly that i think we should expand upon do that. In a moment hold that thought eight five five four fifty free that's eight five five four five zero three seven seven three three can take control here. This is free talk live. Let me ask you something. 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I work in a appre automated industry and even you know even though we do have a lot of we have we dan both and the oil industry in this guessing yeah oil and gas along area north dakota oil and gas in my company that i worked for. We're actually produces builds the rigs in the automation but we have yet to replace the actual roughnecks. The guy is working out on the the oil rig. Yes sir in the guys that worked for me. Actually fix the automated stuff. There's something special about neck a position that doesn't lend itself to automation currently will tough mother efforts. That's for sure got us plus. Those guys not not only that but when you take and you drill twenty eight thousand feet of pipe took a ninety degree angle eight thousand feet down below the bound is a lot of variables and i mean we have programmers and it can make the programs drill and there's so many there's too many variables. The human interaction coupled with the automation. What makes your oil fifty something dollars a barrel right now. You're saying the humans can react to something going wrong that maybe the robots wouldn't be able to detect as quickly or as efficiently and yes something like there's there's just so many so many different things that can happen all at once and it's hard to program. It's a prediction a prediction <hes>. This happens than we do do this but there's it's so dynamic that it's it's hard to your never replace the roughnecks. You may have less of them and they we all make more money now but you never going to get rid of them because somebody has to keep the damn stuff running yeah they're always going to have to have them and that's true with so many industries. He's out there. Somebody's got to be in charge. Somebody's got to be watching this stuff. <hes> so if you're automating your job then you should be looking at this moving north dakota and learning learning how to be a roughneck bank. Bring br bringing it and try to replace me if you. I'm a resilient. I'm a resilient title bird so you try to replace me and what i'll do is. I'll improvise adapt and overcome there. You go now. See attitude right problems require modern solution the life john henry. That's the attitude the right there that keeps somebody in the game writes the idea of hey you try to replace me. I'm gonna learn something new. I'm gonna adapt. I'm going to overcome <hes> improvise. I love that attitude. That's what people need to have instead of. Are you guys cheque's trekkies. I ah well but they're pissed. It's called the kobayashi marie test captains cook and you remember how kirk past it because he's the only one that ever passed system and break the system in some way he never believed in a no win scenario so what he did. He changed the rules aka. Okay maybe cheated because he would not give up any never surrendered. That's truth very cool kelly anything else you wanna share with our listeners listeners tonight. I really appreciate it. No i just know that the boys can't keep at all flowing. Thanks for that. I appreciate you guys listening out there to KT g great station and thank you for the call tonight in fact. I got a notice the other day that they <hes> they're now on FM but i haven't actually open the e mail yet so i'm happy to hear that <hes> we love it when our AM stations sion's get themselves in what they call the business in f. m. translator. It looks like it's ninety two point seven now. They're in t- yoga north dakota. Basically everybody listening working working in the oil business times somebody calls in. I'm like you work in the oil business. That's an industry that drove up wages and other industries when it took off in north dakota yeah that's right because is for a while like walmart was posting entry level jobs like seventeen eighteen dollars an hour route just compete because they couldn't compete with everyone going to north dakota for the oil yeah. They couldn't get workers the guy who went out there and he's got a he's not a roughneck. He just got a job driving the roughnecks around yeah and he's unwilling to leave. He's making such good so hey. If you wanna comment you're welcome to join us here. Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. If everybody had that guy's attitude then this game changes this whole fearmongering game aim by the politicians wouldn't effect anybody 'cause they'll laugh at the politicians be like i'll be fine. Oh the reporter replaced by robot no big deal. I'll be alright. I'll find something else. If there's nothing else i'll create something because if you actually had a free market which we don't you've got a regulated controlled marketplace here in the united states but if you had a free market you could go out there and start your own business. You could start your shoeshine business or whatever it is that you know you come up with <hes> to bring wealth to create wealth to create a product or service risk in the marketplace that maybe has never been offered before. Maybe you can think up something new because you don't always have to just get another job right like that's sort of what people think but that's is not necessarily the only or best solution absolutely so you have a piece that is going to criticize bill de blasio so we haven't done enough. I suspect the experts over at the what was it the american enterprise institute american institute for economic research e. e. r. dr org so they set a different tucker's. It might be i think it might be he does post there. This is not jeffrey tucker criticism critiquing they say this proposal by the blasio to regulate robots to create a federal agencies one of the worst ever the nursey regulation ever propose right <hes> someone skipped down because they the first summarized they summarized that part of it <hes> so mayor de blasio's first idea would be one of the most far-reaching and destructive destructive regulations in american history a federal agency with a permitting process for any company seeking to increase automation that would displace workers. It's this is talked about in the article is essentially a political veto over workplace innovations yeah at nearly every business in america net right whoever's in charge of the government gets to decide what the right automation is. The democrats have decided that <hes> innovation in this areas bad goes. It's not republicans that are rushing out in in this particular one. I'm not picking my favorites here. Although i'd probably do have favorites <hes> you know. The republicans aren't doing this. This is every democrat who's running running for president right. Now is trying to one up the last guy who spoke more free stuff for more people. The result would be a defacto ban on productivity improvements across all professions after all. There aren't too many sectors in the modern economy where automation isn't playing playing at least a limited role. Even the oldest agricultural and industrial sectors and professions have undergone a certain amount of automation overtime and continue to lose so today i mean even on the farms it's making farming more efficient while and that's a whole separate issue as well right as the the improvements on the tractors are causing. We're farmers can't even fix their own gear because they have a license for the trial. Yeah they have to take it to a john deere specialists. That's not good all right. That's not good but don't forget now all that a guy because of that john deere tractor can farm a thousand acres one man <hes> fifty years ago completely impossible possible. Let's get the chinese rip off. Price cost half as much. I don't know the chinese makeup chinese rip off the tractor but may do. I'm sure i bet they do in china is on the way hi <hes> these automations improvements have been essential for growing businesses and the economy more generally <hes> automation advancements also create new and better jobs. It isn't always clear initially how automation will affect workers but the evolution of markets and innovations always provide interesting and usually beneficial unofficial surprises yeah unpredictable unpredicted. Don't know what it's going to be but we know it will be there. We can read the futures theories on what might happen and you know ten fifteen twenty thirty years from now <hes> but it's one of the great things about it is you don't know what's going to come around and you don't know how it's going to be used and you don't know who's gonna make improvements upon that right really really utilized just one idea can blossom into so much perfect example of course is bitcoin. There's creation by toshiba komodo. Someone who we don't even know who that is. It's an honest person and look at all of the productivity in all of the jobs and the businesses that have sprung from just that one creation the freedom innovation everything our lives are significantly better because of blockchain technology and because it was not licensed right. It wasn't a copyrighted thing. It was just free released to the world open source. There's more coming up here. Hour threes next free talk live and not to mention the shedding i with backing the carpet three times. A week. 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This is free talk live and we're launching into the third hour of the the program. Are you scared of the future. Are you scared or robots. I'm not talking about the terminator. Although there is a new terminator movie coming out ages. Are you not excited about dr. If you want to get into this brief terminator genesis ruined the entire concept of the terminator because really it leads to an infinite regress of always going further back in time to kill the last terminator that went back in time like there's no there's no real way out of that conundrum. Point your resident experts. An expert man had thrown down the gauntlet he i'm definitely not an expert on the terminator films aliens and predator. I love the terminator movies. I mean most of them. I i've only seen the one <hes> fourth one like one time. Okay the fifth one genesis one and i liked genesis. I thought it was really entertaining and fine if you want the entertainment value but what they do they went back in time and kill the original terminator so terminators say they. I don't even even remember right so there. You go so terminator six back on the original terminator. I don't want to spoil it for you. So here's a spoiler there. The arne gets upgraded at the end of genesis. He doesn't get killed. Well no but the the entire the opening plot is they go back in time to stop the original terminator from from killing sarah connor initially right then they did the whole face thing on arnie and whatever and all i'm saying is if that's the plot of the newest movie terminator six is just going to go back in time to kill the terminator that he's going to ignore the other movies from what i understand well good because they screwed it up. This is going to supposedly be a sequel sequel after terminator two okay they're going. That's why they're bringing back sarah connor. They're bringing back. Linda hamilton as connor actually got her out of retirement. I and sarah connor chronicles also ruined his entire time like because they jumped like ten years forward but that was also a good show right entertainment value yes yes so you what are these cannon only people to wear it has to like completely meld in with whatever the official to make sense right if john connor is like twenty twenty four years old and terminator four he can't jump fourteen years into the future ten year old at the same time. That's all i'm saying like read. Watch the backs. Watch watch the movies before you write the new one so you had seen i seen the first highlander because the screwed up in highlander to all the highlander twos notoriously torius a bad bad but later one of the worst movies ever made right and <hes> to have sean connery in one of the worst movies ever made its trudge. It's travesty but ah they went on with the the series and all this other stuff so they kept having the kabul these things in it was such an awesome movie. They had had to do something more. No they didn't because the first one was there can be only one yep and then there was and then it went. Nope sorry now. There's a series now. There's a series and there's plenty any of them. Popular series yeah nothing wrong on new intellectual property. That's just as entertaining yeah but hollywood's out of ideas so keep repackaging the same who may h transport terminators they are doing a matrix for that's right and i'm ready man bringing on well if you all watch jupiter ascending instead <hes> yonder the theater hitters that actually support it would have had to come out with matrix four wealth that we talked about that i went home and watched it again pigro to the theater and CNC. I love it all right so let's continue here. We can talk about more about the future with robots and the fear sure that people have surrounding this and the critique of bill de blasio who is announcing that he wants to have a government program <hes> get in the way of any kind of development and tax companies to death basically if they decide they want to add any form of automation but let's continue with the you've got the american enterprise. She's my american institute for economic research saying this is the worst regulation ever proposed right so automation automation advancements also creates a new and better jobs. It isn't always clear initially automation affect workers <hes> for example and that's the fear of the future right like people don't know what's going gonna happen so they think it's going to be the worst case scenario yeah and you get that a lot when when when you proposed the idea for me right <hes> would you propose the idea a of a world without government right go well. The worst thing that could happen is gangs and whomever takes over and warlords and everyone always looks at the worst case scenario <hes> mhm as opposed to the potential upside of a world full of freedom and voluntary interactions amongst people. I think it speaks to the individual. You're you're talking to and their opinion about people in general speaks to people using diction- you're never going to have a world without government. You're going to have a world without the state because the state state is an antiquated notion. That's basically evolved from slavery and the idea that an organization is going to claim to govern you in a monopoly status and force their governance down down. Your throat is not the kind of thing that's going to live in an internet world but as long as libertarians demand to use terms like we're going to eliminate the government they're gonna continue to get the results which is people saying well. You can't live out without government and they can't there must be not being as a <hes> picky about that word is you are mark people. Don't think about government like you're. You're talking about well the government they think they understand now they they. They they understand that there must be governance for the human primate. It must have governance now. Admittedly it can't have a lot like socialism great idea bad species but ultimately. That's what we're talking about here. Is that when you say well when you when you're talking about eliminating government you're talking about. Well the the water. Mains don't work and everything that goes into sorry. Gotta have better addiction. If you want to convince people you got to abandon endon bad terminology so the the concept that i wanted to bring up earlier with regards to the automation was from the couple of callers ago was the idea that this this has to be rolled out slowly so that it didn't affect people too harshly and similarly when we talk about the end of the state or no governance right. It's always well. This can't happen because those people aren't ready for it. So we the people who want to live free. Who want to voluntarily lifestyle or always living down amoun- yup to the expectations of the lowest common denominator people in society and as technology advances were always slowing down technology so that the slowest i members of society don't feel left behind and personally. I have the flip phones for him right. I mean we don't need that. You know in a free world people can have different different levels of of technological interface. If that's what they want you wanna live in a tent in the in a national force by god. Get out there right. I agree with you but when we when we have proposals by the mayor of new york city category like we're going to slow down innovations so the slowest member of society keep up or we're going to we're not going to eliminate the state because has too many people will be affected harshly upfront through that freedom increasing process. I'm like no i don't. I don't wanna live down to your lowered standards. I want you to rise is up to mine and you know maybe addiction thing or maybe it's just the mentality of always being needing needing that handout needing that help out as opposed to like the last caller from the oil rigs having the tenacity to go out and do things yourself and make things happen on your own as opposed to standing aside and letting things happen to you right and it's the people that ha- are those the latter category that the politicians know are ripe for a picking. They want to pander to those people. They want their votes. They want to encourage them to be week they went to that's what voting has turned into. It's forcing your neighbor into a form of slavery to appease appease you <hes> and that it's it's tyranny of the majority yeah on the minority the individual the freedom lovers the producers politics is basically threatening or neighbor for example go back to the article automated advancements in the early nineteen eighties many feared. ATM's would make all bank tellers irrelevant instead. We got more bank workers but they are now doing different jobs. By the way i saw an article i think yesterday that <hes> the ATM has now fifty years old knocks and fifty years and there's people that still prefer to walk into the bank and have face to face interaction absolutely sure yeah but if you just want the cash machines therefore and convenient when bail money because a lot of time spanks not open at that tournament just saying wait a second. Don't they have like three hundred dollar. Okay yeah it depends on sometimes it's five and that's usually not having never gotten bail money out of it well. I'm sorry you live a boring live. Maybe now they're doing different jobs. How would blasios plan have worked back then yeah great point. We'll get into a coming up 'cause again. This comes back. I said in the first hour is like this all sounds so familiar. You know the the the constant pushback against automation isn't a new thing. It's just now. There's a new generation of politicians whose capitalizing on it trying to make a name for themselves and win votes and get more power eighth fifty five four fifty free. You like freedom. If you want to join us on the radio you can hear on free talk live. I can definitely say that. I have found the best crypto currency wallet. Certainly the best s. named one. I'm mark edge and i love the edge wallet. I've been using it for the last few months. 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People will find other jobs in other things to do when other the economy will change but people still have something to do <hes> pity speaking from you said you have it on good authority. Who told you that i just gathered that around from various. People didn't seem to be that have pretty good like you know about what they've said in the past that a lot of alarmism from a bunch of people that like know what people are saying you can also go back and look at the past and that's what you are sharing with us. <hes> richie was from in the nineteen eighty s. They were afraid of <hes>. What was it the ATM's. We're going to destroy the teller industry. It didn't don't forget that japan was supposed to take all our jobs obs- <hes> well the county makers. Were were really threatened by the electric light bulb. I believe a candle store. Just opened here in keene within the last has three years while i'm yankee candles scented. Y'all sense yeah pumpkin spice but i wanted to. I did what i mentioned though that i mean we're actually facing much much bigger technical innovation. This is our meeting. Certain of course you know we've been under a capitalist economic system. Just a for some of the industrial revolution and technology is really pushing the direction of a of a post capitalist future. The people attacked it takes some monica effort to almost basically be be an anarchist and put you on the spot real quick because the term capitalism is very divisive. So how would you define that. As far as the current version of capitalism versus the post capitalistic future strictly like like the <unk> <unk> <hes> definition of capitalism as a system of <unk> as a radical libertarians identifiers breath. I would define it as a <unk> system. Mom somewhat centrally planned system where the were there a production inputs are controlled by a group brought an economic lead of a government yet economic elite of government <hes> privileged as the world's <unk> before it wasn't that crony capitalism but i e what she doesn't capital the definition of capital as as when used the socratic method you ask them what definition they're using and then you usage rather than parsing words and arguing about about you're wrong. Let's not the definition of capitalism now. I like you know and going back and forth why don't like to work capitalism at all because there's nobody there on what it actually means and and so i just throw the whole thing out which is which is basically that the group that massive wealth that basically controls to the distribution distribution of resources through investment and <hes> the what the you know like the communist would say the means of production <hes> when it meant and there were capitalism was basically the predominance minutes of this system in in controlling society and the economy <hes> an a more decentralised economy would by definition be less capitalist so basically <hes> referring to is the we have the ability to use technology like three d. printers in molecular reactors in in your own basement. I mean technologists here in a basement a small warehouse people anybody can without asking permission of the government. That's very important. When you think the things you can do with this you can create you know hard durable goods from plastics from even metals now three the complex goods moving parts. You can create a all sorts of molecules <hes> some of which are heavily controlled on their intellectual property for example. There are people out there making a pills that that are sold defined by a pharmaceutical companies two thousand dollars a pop for pennies on the dollar really the same pharmaceutical also selling it for pennies on the dollar in foreign countries wait. Are you saying you can just cook up pharmaceuticals in your basement now with relatively affordable technology. I was not aware of like a crisper cutting edge but this is this is being done by people underground actually in there. They're not pulling hundred grounder. They're they're open about it but it's eyelid eilly illegal obviously in mini-stations and are giving out the medicine but we'll trump's gonna. They have a treat over those people yeah but nowadays i say what mark you used the term crisper. This is this new technology that allows mel indiana manipulation right yeah i. I don't know that the molecule manipulation. I don't know anything about it. I mean how what are we talking about here. It's like twenty thousand dollars for one of these machines jeans. Just let you make drugs. I mean what are you thinking about three d. printer. I don't know the technical not technical guy. Let me think of a three d. printer but with molecules the chemistry chemistry basic i mean what do you what do you pour into this thing like you. You know it's not plastic so like when you listen to this court. I don't know everything myself and these are anti anarchist sitter behind this mm and insane with for three years we have. We're at the point where you don't need capital. You'd massive amounts of capital in investors to manufacture if that's to create things that we need to shirk row. That's amazing. Food is crazy yeah. That's bringing the cost down and that's true across the board. You know it's so much easier to create your own videos and audio on the internet the the price get the barrier to entry is far lower than it's ever been. I mean you can use your phone to create an audio program if you wanted to. You don't need fancy equipment. Fancy computers video editing is now in the hands of the average person whereas used to need tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment to do this stuff and as you're pointing out the three d. printing this we live in an amazing being time and all these costs that are there that are coming down the barriers to entry coming down needs more people can enter into these marketplaces and create new services and products and thank ncua trading for the call tonight. I appreciate the discussion toll free number. Here is eight fifty five four hundred fifty free. 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Columbine rooms are open and available to you at discord don l. r. n. dot. FM and we're gonna continue with taking your calls and thoughts. We can also continue with more on <hes> the worst regulation ever proposed at least that's according to the american institute for economic research search talking about bill de blasios opinion piece from wired magazine published probably within the last week <hes> about how he wants a new government agency to basically stop not progress when it comes to robotics automation systems get in the way create new taxes <hes> demand census licensing <hes> basically say to go to a company you can't. You can't add that robot. You can't automate that until you pay big money to the government until you give severance packages or guaranteed a rehire the same same person in a different task and it's just ridiculous fearmongering based on you know nothing except for just plain old scaring people about what the future your whole we can talk more about it. 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