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115: Los Feliz Murder House Revisited

Ghost Town

34:27 min | 1 year ago

115: Los Feliz Murder House Revisited

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I love it go to Adam and Eve dot com and use the offer code town to bring home unlimited fun. That's a d. a. m. e. v. e. dot com and use the offer code town at checkout. A historic mahouts revisited. I'm Rebecca Lieb I'm Jason Horton, and this is ghost town. We are going to go back to where it all started. At twenty four, seventy, five. GLENDOWER's place. In Los feeless Los Angeles. The Los feeless murder house. ooh, we did this episode to because we were so excited to get things off. was a different time back. Then I was actively dating. We weren't in a pandemic. Or a social revolution, a political revolution We had so much ahead of us when I listened to earlier episodes. Obviously. We didn't know what this was going to be or what we were just kids what people are GonNa like, yeah, eighteen it was Obama's administration. I was in my late early mid fifty. Six years. Old, Weird Very Weird Dick, my act's. And I wanted to kind of go back to this because it has been a couple of years. There's new information and I paid the house a little visit. Oh, I. had a very strange. Occurrence happened to me there which I was not expecting because there's Some people talk about their maybe you're possibly haunted aspects of of anything but I don't think. It's noteworthy for that and nor did we ever kind of consider it not that was haunted creepy and a lot of dark history but not particularly haunted and I had a really strange situation there. You're suddenly a receptor for haunted shit like how does I have been waiting my whole life to be visited and suddenly Jason? Willy Nilly is being haunted here haunted. They're weird feelings here strange apparitions there. What's have you opened? Meditating now or something know when I was meditating I had none of these issues I think. I don't know maybe it's because I've talked about it and but I'm always had that shield of skepticism up I think that has i. don't know who's perpetuating it but I had a very Call it coincidental but called strange I took some video and you can find the video in a video version of this episode on my main channel, which is Youtube Celeste Jason Horton rebranding that kind of just to keep it more ghost town escort strange esque. So there's a link in description click on if you want to see the video of the house, but there's also going to be pictures that I took and something did not want me to take that video or those photos and put it to you that way ahead a little run in with somebody well, and we'll talk about that a little later would just WanNa to lay the groundwork. In case you're not familiar pizza membre episode two of. I did go on a second date on Halloween to the Los Phillies Murder House I don't think that's neither here nor there anymore. But just to give you the background that you need and I'm going to ask you about that about how that day only because i. Remember immediately I moved here talk of this House jazz of the. kind of suspended in time aspect. Of It. The, the murder part is almost secondary to the a vacant and abandoned aspect of it. Yeah, I. Think. So this is kind of. A two part story I guess it depends on what you're more interested I. think they're both really interesting but again to that a little bit later because when I first moved here, people talked about it and I think kind of driving up there. But I wasn't at that time. This is many years ago and I was like I don't really WANNA I don't WanNa see any freaky stuff. Just wasn't in, but I actually now went purposefully during the day went back and it was strange. We'll talk about that a little bit later also want to mention really quick. Our Patriot fan has some new tears. We have a new governor. That's right. We have new bonus episodes and bonus episode that's up right now there's bonus episodes for one of the tears for the Ghost towned verses. Get a little, the new ghost town verses about that, and there is discount codes for the merchandise and if you WANNA help support the show. Really does help we've really utilized. It is patron dot com slash ghost town pod, and then the tit for that let's move onto the episode. Don't want to upsell remote too much but not too little either no. Not at all say there is something particularly creepy about things preserved in time and I would love to focus on that and like why the psychology of that more in a later episode. But again, I think we've done something on the Alexandria Hotel just things where they are untouched by other. By people like messed with like a time capsule especially one that is a room and especially with the Los Angeles Murder House a room. That's so much traumatic shit has happened in. That is so fucking scary to me and I. think that is kind of the crux of the mythology around it because you know especially now in in Los Angeles and maybe the town or city or wherever you live. The want for people to just destroy something and put something up. Yeah. You know which sometimes it's understands is not financially viable or you know the infrastructure isn't a to date or code, but for a house for pretty much the better part of fifty years. Stay the way it is especially in Los Angeles. Now, is maybe even at different times as a kind of rampant. Kind of destruction of things, but it's a testament to the story that it has been preserved for so long, but it's going to give a little quick for people that. are familiar with this. They don't remember episode to which. I listened to the first episode and actually actually re edited it because we still paying. To God mainly because of me because I'm the one who's doing the talking not giving a ton of information and people I I I was actually going to take our old episodes and just archive them but then I realized it's like We're just going to have to live with it. You know we are a time capsule. Council effect and some people are like you haven't improved. What are you talking about the same Old Shit? Yeah and you're right maybe in some ways but I talked a little slower I don't talk as much about myself but I, swear as much. I think that doesn't change no that has not changed I don't think anybody wants to change. We're going to go to twenty four, seventy, five glendower in. Los Angeles. At about four thirty to five am December sixth nineteen, fifty, nine cardiologists, Harold Harrelson, his wife, Lillian three kids, and he brutally murdered his wife attempted to murder his daughter and then committed suicide. So he takes the ball pain hammer small hammer he. bashes his wife Lillian. Heddon. Kills her goes to his daughter Judy's room. Hits her but it wakes her up. So that blow to her head bulky number small waking up now to a ball pain Hanner Hammer hitting you in the head and. We're seeing your father. Because I also think that's somebody ever. You know it's it's a dreamy wake up and things seem so real you're in such A. Strange arrested state that you don't know what is real and it'd be very easy for her father like he did to be like, Hey, calm down chill. Everything's fine but she knew she in a panic and she saw her mother and then ran out of the house screaming for the neighbors and the neighbors could could here saying, don't kill me don't kill us and got to be very strange. So I, looking back on this I, kind of wondered know. Listening to some other. True crime face things are just crime stuff in general and sometimes it's you know you. you start by killing one person and then somebody else sees us you have to call the next person and then when does that end and I wonder what the story would be is if Judy didn't get up what he because obviously, he didn't kill Judy because she'd be a witness to what he did. Yeah he could have we've any kind of story he wanted to but I think it was the goal was to be done with this family. So if Judy didn't get up on screaming out of a house, he would he have just around killed her and then killed the other two kids that probably what probably happened so she? It's super traumatic is somewhat of A. Work Hero if I mean there's a lot of studies around it's not patricide sites not familiar. But. It's like a word kind of like that where the family head. Systematically murders the family and then killed himself and there's a lot of studies around like why that happens. It's a it's not wholly in American phenomenon but a lot of it happens in America and how it deals with like you know. Men and family roles and EGO, and provider ship been just. Ingrained Dynamics. But certainly, I mean like obviously this guy wanted to kill his family and also just from my recollection. He was he was pretty. Surprised to no one very unstable and dealt with his own a mental illnesses etcetera I also wonder now let's just say he he successfully killed his whole family. Would have necessarily killed himself or could he have just we've some story? Hey, listen I'm a I'm a doctor. Yeah. What do you? Like somebody came in here and try to rob US I'm Livin is nice house up in the hills and they killed my whole family I just got home. I can't. Be in the mind of him or what happened but I also I saw that he had a copy of. Dante's inferno the. Comedy Comedy Divine Comedy von Divine Comedy opened on his nightstand the night that it happened. Very strange Jerry very, eerie and he had you know issues like you said with. Mental issues, psychological issues, but also issues financially which chat, which again I think a lot of the Times too and I think I keep thinking about the unsolved mysteries. Episode to that we we covered a couple of them, not this one in particular but about how that underlies a lot of masculinity and provider ship with a lot of men and when they do kill their families, which again is that word of the tip of my tongue but I'm not sure what it is a lot of it is like inability to provide. Financial dire straits like money being tied to sell food and just being able to be the patriarch of the family not being able to do that anymore who are you if you can't provide exactly and then worth the fact that nobody else in the family has any say in their fate just contributes to this like Ego maniacal ideal of provider ship in fatherhood. He got screwed out of a business deal with the partner with some kind of medical device lost a lot of money on that. Judy got into a car accident with the other kids not her fault on Vermont and Los Fellas. Hill. Yeah. That's still pretty hopping area. Remember that address because it will come up later. Okay. Little Foreshadow Oh boy you know was not her fault the recoup some cost of maybe the medical, but they couldn't recoup the cost of the car. It was a lot of financial things probably happening he was you know somewhat sort of ill and you find out. If he had a lot of coronaries. Three, the had them because he tried to commit suicide previously a couple of times. So after Judy's out of the House running screaming neighbors, you know from being there and you know I don't know how dense it was, but it's It's colder, SAC which is kind of scary. Itself is yeah. Blocks off but there's houses there. There are. There's also there's a lot of trees it's really private to surprisingly private. It's right nestled into Griffith, Park. It's really old part of town and that is scary too because I think in a lot of, as you couldn't hear like she was lucky that she was heard as she screamed and ran in the house. So when Judy's other siblings woke up her father Harold Peril Sohn said go back to bed. This is a nightmare and then he took. Two doses of Nembutal, an NAMBI empty and then thirty one small white pills, codeine tranquilizers, and was dead before. I, arrived. Pretty good way to go though if you were to choose he's doctor. So he would know that I wonder if there's the stresses of being a doctor in the late fifties I know. There's high suicide rates with dentists, turnover change interesting I that's what I believe. SOMEBODY'S DENTISTS I. Rated suicide from what I remember I don't know why but. He's for that sticking your hands and people's mouths all day I in my mind if you're if you're a white man doctor in the fifties, your God. Whatever you want. But not if you've made some bad decisions yes. Business is this. On well. I always think the nine hundred, Fifty S. Economy wise things are booming, but maybe the late fifty s the sixties times are changing. There's more. Better, doctors more doctors more constitutionally better than this guy. He he prescribed. You know a cigarette for breakfast cereal for lunch and tax for dinner my sensible cigarette. But you love that I actually very into that Diet I I've been smoking a lot lately admittedly and it's Not Good. It's not good for my health. Surprisingly we found Razi. Thank you heard here fodder. For us all we are very brave speaking the controversial truths we've never heard from judy or the kids I believe the aunts. Took care of the other two kids, and there is a letter that previously this at Judy wrote to her aunt says quote family on a merry go round again same problem same worries only tenfold my parents so to speak are in a bind financially. So it's probably weighing pretty heavy. Yeah. Got My current. So to speak like they're barely her parents that soave Dr Yeah and you know I don't know if she's you know she's eighteen Anglia pretty probably Moody Teen Yeah or you know Like anybody any at that age yeah. So the house after. This little break. We're all spending lots of time at home watching, TV making sour dough starters doing some light math. Okay. Maybe not so much the light math. We've a lot more free time on our hands. You know they say about idle hands here's an idea why not keep yourself occupied some entertainment provided by my friends, your friends Adam and Eve I've been a huge fan of them. 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What House is famous for are these photos, Christmas tree on open presence magazines food. And from what I gather there's people that supposedly rented the house because the in Rica's Rica's has re Kansas Rica's lots of SNZ's they never actually moved in there they just ask. Maybe at a steel. I mean how much does a murder Housego for other lot very little very. The house goes for two point, five, million I looked up who is that more or less than the home alone house No. What the? I might be more is it? Yeah it's. It's a big house in Chicago suburb but I think. Yeah. All right. That says something to be says something to me and you know some people said, well, it couldn't be the peril sins house because they were Jewish while we have a Christmas tree because like I know plenty of Jewish people selects cultural holidays don't think it means. To be out I'm you're I mean my parents the docks or something or a are they my parents if you a Christmas tree in my parents house, they would throughout. Okay. So I think we'll let my mom's first husband which we didn't know about till. I was in my twenties different story for different PODCAST. But her she I always ask her why they got divorced and they got divorced when she was twenty, seven, twenty, eight she was like he wanted he was Jewish doctor to Oh. She was like he wanted a Christmas tree over Christmas and she could not I mean, her dad is my grandfather, a Holocaust survivor he's an immigrant so I get that hits home but it's an interesting thing with the cultural divide between Jews, my parents and other parents may be these. These they could I mean you know you don't know the the level but then some things are you know there's you could see magazines that are dated in. After nineteen, fifty nine. So. What is actually the Perelman's are not is. Kinda of for debate base photos of some people say we don't know, and also there's a rumor that these people that rented it on the anniversary of the attack. That's when they essentially found out like PS Hewlett. Murder. House, and you drop that influence. They waited. Day literally. Abandoned the house there like word gone out of here, and that's what was left behind maybe I mean no no that makes sense to me to all of this seems pre plausible as to why it's so preserved it's still terrify whatever it is. It's still terrifies me. Rudy and Rica's their son, he inherited the house, but he did not move in and according to the La Times in two thousand nine. I don't know that I want to live there or even stay there in Rica's told them. And he died in two, thousand, fifteen, he had no children. So there was no one to pass it along to and two thousand sixteen it was back on the market and as far as I know and as far as I've seen, it is still on the market avenue I, mean, I'm not versed in looking up Zillow, but it seems like it is on the market and I've seen. Records of the price was three point five, million I looked in our how accurate is just two point five million. Seems like a really good price. Yeah. For this is a hospital so I can't believe some murder person murder person some in true crime enthusiasts, Trent resonator had Ireland man exactly. That's it. Actually, it should be like it should be a celebrity like a kind of Gothi celebrity should get it I believe. Now this kind of crosses crosses world that that Stasi Schroeder from vendor pump rules maybe wanted to buy that house when I was Kinda looking things up and I believe this, the house she was talking about is she wanted to. Get, married there live there whatever it asked. and okay. Yeah. I think that she it seems like her thing that's definitely her thing. I mean, she eventually moved into a house in the hills that had I don't think any haunted history to it, but it had beautiful granite countertops as it should as it should I don't I think. Again it's like, do you really want this? Do you really and I know Stacey really leans into the her macab Shit but like it's kind of like why? I hesitate to look up the places I live in zone history. I'm like, what am I gonNa find you know you don't want to. We could be sitting in a murder house right man we probably are someone didn't die here would be surprised but I'm not looking into a right now. Ten to. I went to that was like you know what I WanNa do this episode want to bring Something to some new dynamic. Go to where all started and it is very narrow. You driving if there's like A. There's is is a party in the hills. It's a nightmare. Yeah. Very narrow. You can't fit two cars side by side. Yeah. There's nowhere to turn around so I you know go up there it's. It's a pretty. Overcast Day. So it's a little weird but nothing nothing write home about as they say. I get up there and I see the house and the facade is as it was. Yeah absolutely. There's a lot of barbed wire. There's a century twenty, one signed. So it is for sale and. The inside as. I. Know in his current as icy is is pretty much gutted. So the insight is absolutely gutted. The outside seems to be pretty well preserved. It looks as it did and you know to get up there as I was wondering like, did you did you? Did you have to climb anything because there's the okay. So here's what happened with it. So that's the same experience that I had where it was like inside was gutted outside look great There was a gate gate when he went there, there's a gave him pretty well sealed show when I went the gate was not shut. There was a single rock holding the gate in. This is pretty I. Mean There's A fortress. You and US talking about it maybe. And you went up, we went up to the house. which I I mean I don't know if I wouldn't have done it probably during the day I'd probably have to. Yeah it was pretty it was pretty creepy. Some alcohol within us to help with the courage to do that I, have some pictures dig up for sure it was very. Very creepy But yeah, the was totally open. This is pretty to concede photos on her instagram or. Post them on Patriae and such I got a lot of photos now I, wanted some video. Okay. So. The process of beginning video is that I'm the where it was parked. I can just roll down the window I didn't WANNA get out take up space intrusive. I wasn't really looking to make a huge scene I just wanted to. Capture some video and some photos. So I go to roll down the window of my car. Electronic. Windows and will not roll down. All the other ones I'm unlocking locking everyone. Else's fine I mean this window does not wanNA move. Whatever whatever I don't know what the problem is. No big deal. opened the door to get out. Go to with my iphone, my modern iphone, take some video. Camera. Will Not. Press. Play. WHOA. Because I have a lot of dream sometimes that I want to take a picture of video something and it won't work, and that's probably a common it's like you know like I'm. An. In School in my underwear whatever. But it just will not work. So I'm like. Clearing out eventually have to. Start like a restart my phone it works for like two or three six in the dark it or sitting messing with your window and your votes during the day. Okay. It's not that because I don't think I would be able to see things. So during the day, it's probably like one PM. Okay. A pretty innocuous time. It's not the witching hour anything we now know. The video will play two or three seconds and I'm like, what is I'm getting really frustrated. And then a maintenance worker, his truck was there he comes out and he goes to me he's like this house and then he shows his arm as if he's got goosebumps and he goes. And then walks away God damn. Yeah. So then the camera works Oh videoing A. Thirty seconds of video just to show what it looks like would it might be like to live there street. And then. I get out of there. Yeah. On the car around move and I'm really upset about the window I don't want to get this fixed as soon as I hit Vermont and Los. Feel US remember I remember that the accident happened. The window just goes down now. That is terrifying. Also Vermont Lewisville's maybe like three blocks, four blocks from it right yet. It's it's pretty essentially the bottom of the hill. If you rolled down the hill from the house. That's where you were here. Yeah. That is so creepy. Homa God I don't like that. Yes that. That is. What happened. So you realize you don't need to go there at night and have a drunk now double blind date there you need to go there at one pm you gotta go when you're a total square like me who doesn't bother. You, the tire tempting fate thirsty. I'm thirsty for all this. Go on Halloween night like how fucking basic could be you gotta go to lunch time at one piano time Tuesday yeah. Full stomach totally sober. nope. Intermittent fasting very empty stomach. Never eat right.

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#142- Shawn Alff

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1:12:22 hr | 2 weeks ago

#142- Shawn Alff

"This is two girls to one mike. The show that talks about the holes and plot holes of your favorite porn. Welcome to two girls on mike. The podcast wants to be clear of the signs of the male orgasm. It doesn't exist. I'm your host alice von with me. I have my gorgeous co host to kate kennedy. Kate how do you feel about the male orgasm. It's all for the female gaze. Change my mind. You know. I mean i always tell the dudes just like look. I'm or make you comb in like three pumps you could try on me for three hundred and it's not gonna happen so you come clean up and then we'll just get my hitachi out and call it today. Easy efficient. I'm a busy lady. I don't got time the spasm that they have right as they're pretending. The come is just an evolutionary reaction trigger to make you think you've done it so that way you could go to sleep right after that's all it is. I do find it relaxing. It's like white noise. I put it on in my headphones. Before i go to sleep at night like all right. My work here is done so the white noise is just a bunch of dudes going just a dude. God kate those loop so it's coming. It's just. I'm telling you how great you are. Yes really fall asleep. To uh-huh my meditation soundtrack to really strikes me up. The question is are. They faking orgasm or are they faking telling you how amazing you are. I think it would be really unfair to blame anyone for that. Given how many times. I have told someone it was amazing and was just being polite. This is true. They're never gonna afterward say this was okay but see. I never ask them how it was because i just assume like if they like it. We'll do it again but some people volunteer like that was the greatest and i'm like hope so or they're like i came a whole bunch of like maybe you did. I don't know we'll that's that's for you to know. I would like to think that i did. I give it my all. I tried. I just never believe anyone. I've heard too many of these stories of like how we're always faking it. So i just assume you're always somebody's lying at some point either. You're not always faking it. Or the people with her figuring it more than they say but so we know about women faking an onset two guys ever about though. Yes all the time usually. It's if guys using cav jax which for people who don't know it's basically like shooting viagra into your deck So it gets your dick hard but you can't feel it's not sensitive anymore so a lot of times they will have to fake orgasms if they can't come or if it's an internal cream pie we don't need to Because usually can't see it so you pump fake come inside of them and also for software sacks fake internal orgasm so guys actually fake orgasms onset. Almost as much as women do that might not mature but they do. I'm trying to think if you've ever had a guy fake an orgasm so poorly. I actually we have to reshoot this. We did in software but nobody cared because it softcore we all hate doing software but it was it was really terrible like he was making a joke of it and it was bad. I've had it happen before where it was supposed to be. A facial and the guy did come but he didn't come barely at all like there was nothing there was one little line and then they do have to reshoot it but they have his day and then there's like basically a squirt gun full of behind him. That's like shooting out on you and they do have pictures. Do you see a picture of a girl covering come. It's one hundred thousand percents outta fell. It's none of them. Nobody comes that much. If you are. You should see a doctor. That's actually one of my jobs is to do the fake come on people. So yeah. that's my work if you're seeing those pictures you're enjoying my work. You're welcome should be introduced the Incredible artists that we have on our podcast details. We should so he has sixty. Imdb credits production manager. But he's pretty much done it all Writer director. I want to say at this point as well. Like basically everything. Except the fucking. So sean sean alf yes shoot tell me. Why am i saying this. What the question mark. I think it's because people are like. Is that a stage name. Like why would i ever choose. Alpha's a stage name. that's a great seasoning for mills it. Yeah the biggest thing about alf was that he eats pussies that's true. He eats no literally. You've cats. he wanted to eat cats. He couldn't eat cat. It was a whole metaphor because it was guy jerry stall who wrote permanent midnight. He was a heroin and he lived in los feeless. So the cats in alpha was a metaphor for heroin. He always wanted to have it but he couldn't find something new about al so he didn't actually eat the pussies he just wanted to which is kind of like my life too. I guess so. It translates into heroin. Jerry stahl yeah. He was a writer he wrote. I thought you yourself were ono. No no i think he was saying he wanted. Eat the posies hair. Yes yes go to just haven't opened that door. Yes so maybe. When i'm older. I'm eighty i'll be like you know it's time yeah. I agree with. I definitely on board for the we should that. Elderly people have as many drugs as well. I think that'd be great. Fewer of them would vote. No you're not going to go like vote for republican when you're chasing the dragon like let's keep them really busy time to vote. That's cast your vote for gary johnson. Imagine what kind of edibles your grandma would make this goddamn chocolate chip cannabis edibles ever street from granny's kitchen the problem with your grandparents doing opium or heroin. You couldn't share drugs with them because they don't care they don't give a fuck like this might kill me like you know what i mean you. You couldn't trust their stash. No we'll and also they wouldn't share through anyways because they'd be like i to build myself up for my get score this heroine by myself. You young generation is so soft. Can't even get your own fucking opium. The problem is like every generation has their pull their themselves up by their strap stories. so for millennials. We had to go through. Aol and buffering. And it's only going to get progressively worse now. We have the tic tac generation. But before that we had vine so it's like back in my day we had a whole video editor. It wasn't built into the platform. Just tell you. I'm so convinced that take talk is going to die in the next couple of years just like minded that i'm like not. I'm putting all my chips on this happening. 'cause i don't wanna get on it. I don't want to do it. i find it. I've said this bunch of times on the podcast already so everyone knows. I'm ted talk hater but like i'm sure it's going to go down somehow. I think it's gonna be falsely reporting viewership. That's what's going to tank it. I think it's gonna come out that all of your follower numbers every one of you. That has two million to talk followers. You only have fifteen hundred on twitter. Just do that math. It doesn't make sense. So someone's lying and i'm so convinced that this is going to come out and happen that i've just not doing to talk I'm old and it's why is it so loud. it's so loud and it's so annoying like there's no part of the audio on that. That is like pleasant to listen to too. It's always the same for songs over and over and people. Just it's just like fucking. Yeah it's like. Mario kart on acid. It's awful it's an echo chamber. It's weird it's like people redoing the same movie or something like a a small thing. They just keep redoing voice overs and keep rooting dances to songs. And then they'll do. Duets dances to that song. It's a very strange cultural phenomenon. But it is like a meme in the true sense of me being a cultural gene mutates and gets new life so it is fascinating from a sociological point of view to see how those things mutate and what catches on why it's fascinating. How fast is because like. I remember like alice. Kind of saying like memes. Ten years ago didn't spread as fast because we weren't as connected as we are now like a trend on talk only trends for like a couple of days the other reason. I don't like it. Because i don't have fucking time. Does it on talk all and trying to figure out what's trending and then take the time to go make a video. That by the time. I posted it like finished. Editing and post it is no longer trending tech. Talk into digital nomads. Do you know how much footage half from traveling so much. I will never do anything with it ever. Yeah i remember when you used to like. Take traveling pictures for yourself to lake. Maybe show people back home when you got there on printing out cock like printed under from walgreens. I still have photo albums in fact behind me those white things. One of those is a giant photo album that used to keep all up until a tell basically digital photos i still got them printed out but then there's a time it was like no i'll just keep them on my my computer. That's enough to cause. I think about like how fragile that is and i guess it's gotten less fragile recently because there is more like i cloud in recovery and stuff like that but like i have very few pictures of when i was a teenager because all of my pictures were taken on like a crappy motorola razor and those didn't backup anywhere like i think back them up once or twice to computer. Don't have anymore so like any picture that i took in like high school or middle school like those are just gone. Which on one. Hand kind of for tunis. Because those were the awkward years. I'm really glad those aren't online. But it is like i think about like for future generations like my parents pictures got in a flood before i was born so i don't really get to see a lot of theirs and that's always made me really sad and like i think if i had kids i'd be super bombed. If they want wanna be like what did you look like when you were fifteen or sixteen million sorry. My macbook crashed. We all leave like a digital legacy online. It's just we're the photos that are going to saved. You know like google. Your real name like what comes up. She's like why that photo or whatever it is so it'll it'll be fascinating when we're like ninety in what survives the flood. What accelerate out there. Yeah i personally cannot wait until ten years from now. Maybe won't even take ten years. We are canceling politicians. Anyone based on talk history. I am ready for that. You know what give it six months. We don't need ten years. I'm sure there's already people it won't just be what you posted. It'll be what you liked. Oh so like you make that shit private. I'm like power liker. where like my friends posted. But if it's like a video that's taking too long but they like all myself all like it but maybe they say some crazy stuff that they into that video. That i didn't listen to you. Know what i mean. It's crazy conspiracy theory and then you know ten years from like. Why did you like this. No i didn't mean that hitler cata was like dancing. Jeffrey bazo like bo burnham sawing. It was just. I really loved the jam. It's a good song. Didn't listen to the okay but going back to fake calm for like two seconds. Okay kate or sean. You guys mentioned squirt guns and the first story i ever heard about fake come. Was someone making homemade fake. Come and a friend of mine she was. I want to say there's genre was and i'm going to butcher. Who can mckay or something. It's where you have a beautiful woman with a fake dick you're talking about. I don't know how to pronounce it. Either it's a japanese word. Yeah exactly don't obviously you know she can't come because it's not her real. Pete knows there would be like a nerf gun filled with the fate com attached to the penis. That would be used for the come shots and i need to know. So first off sean. Have you ever major fake own. Fake com is it your own like secret sauce nobody. Can i show you something really quickly if i have it in. Yes while he's looking. I've never made my own. I have been on a set where they did not have any set of and a guy pulled out mayonnaise out of the fridge and was like we could use like no. We can't like. I have some face washing my bag. Get it so. I made this not for porn but for a party. It's a very large fake dick which drill the hole through very carefully which is hard because it kept wrapping around and this is actually weeds quarter and so i- pressurized the tank and put alcohol in it and then showered people with this so it's like a homemade one of those with the fake. Calm everybody kind of you can make your own bash. But there is calm that comes from the store usually bad dragon. Or there's another one and you know some people mix them with water and other things. The problem is if you're injecting them into people you wanna use something that's lube so that it's used to injecting people if it's just blasting people in the face then you've got to see what they're comfortable with. I knew one guy that used pinochle automatics. That's smart dodd. Taste way better than soap tastes. Good but it'd be sugary so you'd have a lot of stickiness and you wouldn't wanna anywhere downstairs. So the of fill that we most often use is so facial cleaner. So it's not something you would want to inject. It's just you'd want on your body for injecting usually is a lou based calm. I actually still use that fell to wash my face to this day. 'cause makeup overly well it's a really general. I hate when i get it in my mouth though. It's like visceral flashbacks. Like what. I had to train the. Because i literally the guy my buddy will take photos and i come in and do they come. And there's like different techniques and they were always shed so there's some guys who put in their fingers and they fling it like spiderman but then there's like this technique you throw and then i just started using the pump and i'll just do it slowly and then you just tell them to juggle a little bit so it looks a little more authentic. I'm still perfecting it. I'm i'll never master it. I'll always be a student of fake pop shots. I've seen it done with like basically got catch-up dispenser as well like one of those restaurant models that has screwed up knows Yeah like like the ones that they have at lake subway when they're making your switch and they put the dressing on like that kind of thing i've also heard people trying to use ranch dressing. Waterdown ranch dressing has green bits in it which is gross and like pepperoni questionable and pepper. Yeah ill that you look sick I've definitely been on more than ones that where they realized that they forgot to bring full. And just yeah but if you're going to go to like twain read and pick up ranch dressing they have set affil- like two aisles over it'd be like whatever is in the fridge. I like the shoot house which is usually like gross like mayonnaise thing. Oh i just started bringing. Because when i would go to that i would bring a bag. Anyways of like Hydrogen peroxide and i nine and by legged and extra makeup and all that stuff. So i just started buying said phil and just putting it in there so that i always had it just in case for me working behind the scenes. I'm controlling that stuff. So i'm usually prepared but as a performer. You don't know you could be going to a set where there's twenty people taking care of you. You're going to go into a set. Where just one dude. Who kind of has no idea what he's doing so you kind of have to be prepared for both. Oh absolutely and even on this. That's where they're really well prepared. I would say that both times that. I'm remembering right now where i was on a set where they didn't have it. They were both really well prepared. They had everything else it was. Just you know you're relying on one or two people to remember to put that in the bag and drive all this way amongst like twenty thousand other things 'cause p. as in porn work super hard and they're kind of responsible for remembering absolutely everything plus like taking care of the model like it's not surprising that they forget like i don't ever remember ever being like saltier upset about it. I was just like. Oh it's because i was when i first started so i was whenever i was on site was like how can i help you. I can i do some of your job all clean up after myself. It's fine you don't have to do this so shot. How long have you been a production assistant for c. Three working on productions because it's only been a production assistant. You've done a million. Yeah i've done a lot of things. So the way i got in i was originally sex and love writer in tampa and so i met a bunch of people and i started writing about porn people and i realized like the more i read about porn the more traffic my stories got so it kind of led down this road and i was living in san diego and jackie. Saint james posted about needing a production assistant and mainly took the job. Because i knew she's very story driven and i knew it'd be a good opportunity to start writing porn and that was in like three or four years ago. I guess that's kind of how i got in. And i was listening to a little bit of mike quasars interview with you guys before and it was interesting that he kind of started writing to most everybody starts that way as you. You get in as a production assistant and you realize that a lot of people who work behind scenes are not the smartest people. There's a lot of money to be made in that. If you just show up on time and do your job and don't complain that people will be like. You're so amazing. Can you keep working. I think a lot of people. They hate the word production assistant. Because you're the low man on the totem pole like every settimana making the lowest amount of everybody. But i think. I i do a lot of other things too and i don't mind the production assistant stuff. I always thought it was fun. I loved getting just kind of beyond set and you get to meet different people every day and like because i went the route of like becoming a performer instead of moving into like writing or directing but like it taught me a law about how to behave on right like not just like how do you like. You're saying again if you show one time and you're fucking nice people and bonus points if you can read rom they love you. You'll work forever. You're the greatest thing. I miss those days. When i was like on porno that some people are just like yours so exceptional backing them. Link ron howard voice. Kate was not in fact she was gonna go flubbed hardcore but also just like watching. How people in iraq like with the directors. And kind of like. You're saying the hierarchy on a set that was great education for me becoming a performer. Because i walked people when they maybe weren't comfortable with something and i'd seen people that negotiated dot really really well into a compromise where they were comfortable and i saw people that freaked out how to really emotional response and we had to kill the shoot so like i learned really quickly whereas like okay like you can like you're saying not ever always the brightest so if someone presents something to you're like oh maybe not okay with this like you can play 'em and get what you want out of the scene as well as long as you're kinda savvy and they're also nice like if you just walk you can play 'em doing this show. You mentioned that you know whether reasons he started working at jackie st james's because of the patriots storyline. So i have to ask what is the best or worse storyline. You've been part of it. Guess it depends what you mean the worst. 'cause there's worse than in funny ways so my problem is i am very much story driven and i very much. I like things to be real and to make sense logically and so much porn doesn't in quasar was talking about this too but so much. Now we're just in the advertising game where we're told by producers to make these ads scenes which are just seven second commercials that play on the top porn hub which are basically like porn comic strips. And so two those you have to do a lot of people getting stuck or like the mom not knowing even though the sun is fucking whoever right in front of her so but they haven't gotten stuck on a podcast yet and gone fucked in the background. You just weather. There may be happening later today. Yes i'm kinda surprised. There's not podcast. Point so i worked for this one guy shoot camera for him and this was completely an accident where i was shooting. Her in the camera was rolling. I was just having a conversation with her. And i try to ask really esoteric questions. Because i hate the standard porn podcast questions of. What's your favorite position. Where so you know. We'll just be talking about really weird stuff. And then he came in and started having sex with her but we got the conversation going and she was like engaging with me while he was having sex with her and now we have to do it for every scene. Because that's like his fans favourite part of it and i want it. He wants to expand it to podcast. But i would love to do like a behind the porn actors studio where i'm sitting there just blank straight faced while they're having sex and i'm asking like really detailed questions really research questions about their life and they're they're acting knowledge so if you guys want to collaborate we can do that. That would be amazing. I would watch the shutout of that. Yeah the trick would be. It would have to be content for them so we obviously could not pay for them to have seen and they just bring whoever they want. How sex with and they have sex while we talked to him genius. This is we're going to make billions or hundreds something at least hundreds. Yes at least one hundred but back to the worst scene. It's so hard to say. There's so many bad ones. This was the last one we shot. And it's sort of a sad story as to why. But i basically had to fill in for somebody and i am not sex performer. A non sex performer. So i had to fill in for somebody in a feature. And so i was somebody's boyfriend but i was supposed to be having sex with her mom but the way we had to rewrite it was i so i go to have sex with the mom but instead of having sex with the mom i bring in my friend to have sex with her and then i'm like hot wife but it's not my wife. It's my girlfriend's mom who i'm hotline. Keep in mind also wearing a santa suit this whole time. It was pretty sweet. Always just what you were wearing in. What july august. So yeah. We were doing at christmas movie. And yeah so we were not as she's the head is i am yes. They issue the back to school schoolgirl shea in like march like gonna get time note to get it out there of course. What am i thinking so wait. Let me get this straight. I probably can't repeat this back to you. So you were being cuckolded or like you were like trying to get like your friend to bone someone like there's a difference between hot wife and cuckold. They're very similar on the staircase. But they're different. Yes so cuckolding. He gets off on being made fun of and humiliated by a dick. That's bigger than his and he can't please her hot wiping. Is you enjoy the fact that your wife is so hot and that other people are people like to have sex with her and they're not humiliating you. I didn't know there was a difference. Yeah so a cold. Usually won't be like jacking off lake. What during it. He'll just be sitting there like and you just say mean things to him while you're doing it whereas like a hot wave like in a real scenario too. 'cause like hot wiping is like very popular amongst the swinger community. Which by the way. I think the hotline thing is like the probably the most obnoxious faction of the swinger community which is saying something because this wing community is really obnoxious. There my least favorite sex. Positive people by fucking stan swingers. I'm sorry swinger community come from. I can't fucking stand any of you and none of you understand consent like seriously. Just i don't wanna fuck you and your wife ever because she probably doesn't want to do it anyway. That's always like you just want you on your wife anyways. Yeah about hot. Weifeng is where you want to watch other. People have sex with your wife. Because you're like my wife so fucking hot. Everybody wants to ping my forty two year old boy with karen haircut. Even though we've had three kids she still keeps tight. That's what it is. It's just there. S really because she brings the capri sun afterwards. Yeah she takes care of you. It's like dudes half sleeve and live in the suburbs. Like it's just the most like it's like the worst part of the population. I'm so sorry. Hey come at me. it's fine. I think is fascinating is in horn. A lot of women like they like the idea of like. Oh my guy like he gets off on the fact that i fuck other people like he wants me to go have sex with somebody and then come home and tell me about it and like he likes it and in their mind. They're like yeah. This is great but then five years down the road. he's like. Hey i want you to have sex with this person. Hey you need have sex with this person. It's like it's more about them than it is. The hot wife's pleasure. It's more for the guy than it is for feels a little human trafficky. I'm is yeah. It's like a pimp. You're not getting paid. Which is just extra in. At least the pamphlet they only take like twenty five percent. Which is less than your dignity right. It's only ten percent more than average agent fee. I mean at least leave me with five percent. She's lease she's lewis in a show for this so don't get a husband who is hot wife and just get pump. It's money so speaking of husbands. If you're a patriot you already know if you follow me on twitter. You already know this. But i got engaged. Congratulations to show that ring. Up to the camera. Lee-ing it's beautiful. I'm just also proud of how the engagement went down. So first off. I know everybody's like congratulating me but also at least sixty percent of her friend group is like finally because we've been together for nine years. Who ho ho yeah. I actually thought you guys were already married for a while when i first met you. You're one of those couple. You tell people like wait. You're not married for the first year. I just thought he was your husband. I was like allison and her husband in my defense. I didn't want him having access to my assets. That's a smart reason. Which is why. I actually discouraged marriage legally like how the party. But unless they're so far above your league that you could get a substantial payout if divorce you know reason which is how i plan on marrying someday in case anyone is applicants. Hit me up. Look after going through a global pandemic. I've rationalized this. That if i die in a freak accident which will look statistically. I met a higher likelihood to do that. I don't want the government getting my money. And i rather this person so i'm all cool with marriage. Now oh and we want to set a good example for our dog. Dairy fair teddy needs some guidance in his life let them know monogamy as possible. You couldn't you just write that into your will the money stuff to get a lawyer involved. It's cheaper get married. I always argue this. Because so when i was a sex and love writer a worked in an office and most of i would say at least one third of our south was gay in this was win. The gay marriage thing was happening. And i was like pro like people should be able to do whatever they want but my whole stance was. I just don't think marriage should be illegal thing like it should be. You know however you define it. You wanted to find it with two people. You wanted to find it with a man and woman whatever but i don't know why the government has to be involved in that like we can do everything with are you can buy a house together which is way worse or better you can have a kid with somebody. Without being married you can write stuff under. Will you can choose who you want to see you in the hospital. I don't know so. I don't get it. I'm not convinced on the marriage argument. And i wasn't either for a long time and i'm still not totally there but i say this as a newly engaged person but look at the end of the day unfortunately domestic partnerships which is what we've had for at least five years so i if you have children. There are so many more substantial benefits to getting married verses hiring a lawyer going through all the paperwork what you could totally do. I'm totally for that. But it's you get a lot more breaks at the end of day if you do get married. So that's number one number two. We did live in a state for a number of years where there was a marriage. Stacks where if both of you were successful individuals. Then you're fucked if you get married tax wise so we chose not to do that. Because i don't like giving away like a percentage of my income just because of a title and then really at the end of the day the way i see it is now a kind. It doesn't really matter where both like registered in different states which we're not going to be penalized tax wise. He wants to get married. I again do not want to give my stuff to the government and you wanna have a really big fun party that i can go to okay in los angeles. I think it should be here. I mean all fly anywhere else. You don't have to have a wedding okay. guys. Alice you can. Please tell us on the patriot or two a low wide on this. It's fine. I don't care that you low elope go to hawaii go wherever i mean. Maybe bring me just for vacation. This is what my dad said Last time we were at one of my cousins weddings and he was around our whole family and he leaned over he nudged. Hey i'll pay for you to go get married in hawaii. Pay for the whole thing. And i wanna come but just through like the occasion and be there for you As long as none of these people come sold. Can i get this in writing like right now but i still think you should have a bigger as reception because it would be fun and also gifts are awesome. Teddy has his eye on a new crew cooking. Set some nice calphalon whatever teddy's gourmet so he might want to register for things to you have to think about your children and also oh my god and also he would soak in like a tiny little buddha the ring bearer the teddy bear the teddy bear on my taiwan alice. Hi there look. I have an i have enrolled this out. I have honestly thought about if i do have a bachelorette party or like an engagement party. I kind of do a ton of adult industry friends around and it would be fun to do it at the would rockets studio b so fun. Oh you're definitely having a bachelorette party because me and already started planning this group text when you first told us if he weeks ago and yesterday me mean biggest anyways so vegas bachelor party. Come on alice. You of all people have an excuse to buy. Gummy penises. come on. I don't know own already pena's pasta industry more than you do. I'm surprised they don't support the show. The gummy peanuts industry like you should get them a sponsors. Gummy pena's industry. Please email us at info at two girls when mike and support our shop like penis pat. I mean that's the thing is it. She could have them snacks while we eat. It'd be it'd be really bad for the audio. I can afterwards. I like dummies. I don't care what shape. They are all forms of dummies all gummy varieties animals. Today make a giant. Gummy pena's gummy delta. Obviously you should put that inside of you but like you know how they make giant. Gummy bears are your giant. Gummy pena says they do or you can just like go bite out of it. I feel like. I've seen a giant penis candy on venice beach in one of those candy shops. I'm pretty sure there was a giant pain. Something if it doesn't exist. Then all i'm saying is i've been in the manufacturing industry. All you'd have to do is pay the molding cost to create the molding of that massive pinas cast which costs on average between. I mean look depending on what it takes. Manufacturing wise could be anywhere between like. We're talking two hundred five hundred bucks. But that's not terrible. If i can make a business out of it so if you would like me to create one hundred or fifty pound gummy penis this as my new business model email us let us know comment. Those would be great reception gifts. Yeah for in jordan. Almonds giant gummy penises. Come on alice. This would be the best wedding. Ever god damn. I'm so low penny. No are you usually get like a white blazer to throw over your address. That's very alice. I'm just wearing a blazer. i'm not wearing anything underneath. Oh come on laser dress. It's happening blazer. Dress would be really hot. Especially if there was like really good launcher andrea. Thank you love that for you. I do want to let people know how it happened. A little bit just because it was very me. We were staying in aspen for a night so it was in the morning. We were taking a gondola beautiful view of aspen. Beautiful view of the mountains. But what people don't know is the moments leading up to it and we wanted a private gondola. And i wasn't sure whether or not we would have won so i basically let the person know on door. I was about gondolier that. I was lactose intolerant. And i had dairy that morning so hey great weight to remember. That's the woman. I want to spend the rest of my life woman who will fake diarrhea to get us a personal car fare man. He's probably looking at it. Like damn i'm never gonna wait disney again like he's make a wish kid couldn't imagine at disney like you tell the person in line they're like maybe you shouldn't be in this line like maybe the gondolier was like. Maybe you should stay by a bathroom on the ground. This might not be the best idea. i like. That could have backfired in many many ways. No pun intended. No i never take my puns back. That's probably part of. What makes you successful at your job as a porno writer because puns are very important important. Any kind of cringe wordplay humor. Oh i get so tired of the jokes on. it's just so i do. People always want to know like especially now during comedy people always like. What's the funniest thing that's ever happened. You miss of his so many funny stories like home like i just went to work. Sometimes somebody said something kind of funny. They weren't cringing more way more kanji i'm league. It's not that it's very rare. That something like legitimately hilarious happened and also again back to the people behind. The scenes are not always the brightest bulb in the chandelier. Like a joke is not funny if no one gets it right so like if some i've definitely seen people do things that were really funny but nobody caught onto why it was funny so i was just laughing in the corner like an idiot my regular life too but you instantly connect with those people like if you say a joke that nobody gets but then the one person gets. You're like okay. That's my person you and i. We're in this together. But all kidding aside congratulations alice. It's very exciting. And i'm very happy for you guys. Yes congratulations well thank you if this bachelorette bachelor party happens. Obviously i will post about it everywhere or at least just on the patriot i at a bachelorette party one time. So you know if you need a discount dancer clearly. It wasn't a good experience if you did at one time. Yeah my my friend. And he ended up sleeping with the bride to be so we didn't get paid but we weren't gonna get paid for my friend anyhow and she was thrown it for her young cousin who married a guy who was like going to the military so it was a really rushed writing. So there's just throwing something together and she was like. Yeah get my buddy sean. In his friend to dance for us it was a good interesting experience though. Women are way more aggressive at like. They're so touchy feely. Compared the guys guys are so tame. Yeah you guys are just you have no rules. You're like apes with that are lawless. Also the cage from a female perspective strip clubs. You is that female. Customers are often like the instigators or they'll like even if it's kind of like innocuous they'll put their hand on your shoulder or something because there you can see. They're trying to get further unlike males. I think just because maybe they're socialized to not be in those environments more but if you're a dude at a strip club it's and it's not your first time strip club you probably go to strip clubs frequently right like mostly yeah. So they've they know the rules they're used to it. We've kind of as a society put more rules on guys of like. Don't touch the woman really do that with women. That's what i was trying to say. Yeah it's very much that where it's like a socialization thing and like you've i've had to like say that to women before where i'm like. You can't do that like just like our genitals. Look the same doesn't mean that like you can have like carte blanche like touch me like still cool. It's actually even more uncomfortable. Like 'cause i i just as a woman you should understand how uncomfortable that would you understand. Like people touching me but for some reason disconnect finished or a sex worker or whatever like you know how you feel when a dude stands too. Close you in line at the grocery store like it's creepy like you know how you feel like an old dude like casually brushes against your ass like he was just trying to get your car but it's like obviously you wanted to come on dude. Yeah i feel like you would know and audu it but whatever reason oh wait it might be because a lot of women out there. Don't see sex workers as well also. I would make the argument on top of that. That women don't get to always always courage to express herself sexually or when it comes out at parties. Look i've made the mistake myself. I remember at one point. I was at a party with a bunch of sex workers and one was like letting people slap rows so. Obviously i decided to slap the ass but i got a little too excited and then i realized why do i wanna do that again. But the second time. I was thinking to myself like i probably should not do that. A second time but i wanted to and i realized it was because i have get to do this like no one gives me permission to just go hog wild whereas i feel like guy is almost half this permission times but i could be wrong. I don't know i just. I've never really been circumstance where i was like touched the people you're allowed. I didn't realize that there were limits of touching. Yeah yeah so. I could easily see for the layman. How they can easily violate someone's consent without realizing it just because they're over overenthusiastic and whenever it's an accident like this and if you're listening and wondering like how do i behaved a strip club or whatever like if you make a mistake like the i mean there are people that will fucking ramirez for it because there are angry. People out there but like people would do that to me and as long as you take it nicely if i turn around like. Hey like don't do that. I'm not comfortable with that or you to ask me or whatever like as long as you take well and you're like oh shit. I'm sorry you're clearly you understand. I made a mistake. It's it's not you're in the wrong. it's just a social faux pas. As long as you take it and don't do it again like no one's gonna fucking th raked over the coals for it. Some people might so be careful who you just generally don't do it in general but if you do accidentally own it and move on and be nice i think in general with shippers. Wait for them to grab your hand to move to them sometimes or just sit there and you know if they invite you into their space or even explicitly. Tell you that it's okay because there are clubs. Where if you touch sugar. Even if she's okay with you might have some three hundred pound bouncer. Come out of the shadows real fast. Yeah so it might not even be that you violated her boundaries. She might have been totally fine with it. But you know this. Giant weirdly sean. The club i worked in oregon. Like at least four of our bouncers. Were named sean. I almost like sean. Mike him out of the corner and i think that's gonna be confusing for less than i just went to portland and we went to a few strip clubs. Oh which we went to the vegan. One that's what i sat. It's like half of them. No it's there's two making something up. I've never been to portland. There are two locations but it's the same company it's called conflict yobbo there's one on saint helens and there's one on mcglaughlin wait. What makes strip club just their menu. We have a full kitchen and everything is done. And all the dancers. You can't wear any leather. Soak or wool any animal products on stage. Everything has to be vegan. And the food's actually really good. I think i had some. We had some food and it was pretty good. I can't remember portland is the circles are very different there as you know because it's more like a regular bar. Yes in a lotta ways. It's just more casual a lot of times. There's no cover Groups of friends will come hang out together there. So it's not uncommon to see you. Ed group of twenty seven being. Yeah just hanging out and like it's you get your regulars that are good tippers and stuff but you've got. I mean like art students. That are there to like sketch people like. It's generally a really fun vibe and like akasa only plays like oldies Classic rock which was a theory. They don't give a shit what you stews. Why do you like sunday afternoon shifts and just do like set after set to the red hot chili peppers which you can't do like any other club like they're they're just very chill. You don't have to wear heels a lot of girls with dance. Yes sneakers which. I love that look sneakers so high. I mean i knew girls that were. There was a girl when i was there who was tie. I mean the school must've been ten and she's teeny tiny and she'd been like a circus performer. So she could like climb up the pole flip or self doubt and she would do it barefoot because she was using her feet grip the it was insane and all. The girls are really nice. Like there's a pretty wide variety of kinds of bodies and styles and vibes and everyone was really supportive. I never had trouble wish. Dippers they're like one or two but they never lasted. It was always a really supportive environment. The best strip club. I've been to so far in my travels. So i haven't been to portland strip clubs every at But i happen to the clermont lounge in famous. I want to go and tell tell the story. I want to hear your story. I haven't been. I want you go. I haven't been yes. It's fantastic so you have. Strippers of every age. Size body type. Some do amazing things so just to give you guys the scenario of what the strip club looks like. It feels like you're going into a dive bar and around like within the bar there is the stage. And that's it. That is the one main stage but everybody's really chill. It's great for people and having a good drink and then the strippers themselves. I was kinda shocked by a variety and be. I've never seen someone. Light her tits on fire or a que- on command dollar bills. Like putting into the air impressive in my opinion so absolutely spent a ton of money there. It was absolutely fun. If you're ever in length atlanta go to the clermont lounge you'll have a fantastic time and my t shirt. I was reading that. They specialize in older women generally sixty seventy out enough. They go above seven. And but i believe there is a woman. Older woman was a bigger than do who could crush a beer can with her tits. That was her thing. So i wanna see all of these things. Yes but it's very positive. It's not it's not like a freak. Show it just like this. Who i am and i love places like that like fetish clubs where you just let your freak flag fly and everybody's very accepting because of that type of environment highly recommend and i've never had that much fun at a strip club off to add it to my list. I haven't been there either. I've never actually never been to lena. So what. I'm going back at some point for a work trip but i don't know if i'm like allowed to fuck it. I just won't tell. Any co workers go back. I'm back to you feature dancing on. The road is coming back in most cities which is really exciting. But when you feed your dance your on kind of strict circuit where you're just hitting certain clubs that you're booker relationship with so you're just going to the same ones over and over again which is not bad because you know people and they're nice nightclubs but those are the kinds of clubs where they end. Portland is very like this. They never book features because they just don't need to there's so many strippers in portland. That and i mean. I remember going back there when i was like shooting like after eight already been nominated for avian awards and how to huge fan base and i remember like calling and begging costs like ham in town. Can i come dance. I'm not even going to charge my feature all promote it. Like i really would love to come to answer tonight. And they're like nope. We're full schedule. Do i'm like okay. Like i mean i get it. There's like one club that does features in portland and it stars in beaverton is aren't even in portland. That's the only one in the area. Even though it has the most strip clubs of any city tampa has. I've heard everybody likes to brag. About how many strip clubs. they have. Yeah i've heard it both of portland of tampa. I think portland is like per capita. Could hurt the number of people. But a yeah. I've never heard about tampa. But i know people in portland. Her really proud of it. I'm shocked about tampa. Because i went there and was so dead. I wouldn't be surprised if it was miami. Are you sure. I'm sure because i so are you with a list features kate no. I didn't really network okay so you must have your sapphires in. I do sapphires in vegas So is based out of tampa. And i was writing and i covered so many feature dancing shows there and that's actually how i got to know a lot of people there and the night moves. Awards is based out of there. Which is more of a started more of as like a dancer thing. I one one of those last year. Oh did you. I want the air. Oh that's actually a really great word. Were congratulations how do you qualify for nerd of the year. They just nominee. I mean it's kind of like any other you don't the nomination process but it just came out. I didn't even know about it like somebody else texted me and was like. Hey congratulations nominated for like three or four and then the event is just i guess like live streamed or whatever but i didn't watch it because like i'm not gonna win. I'm not gonna watch it and then they're like like the next day someone was like. Oh you one. They didn't send me anything. I didn't get like a trophy or anything. Which is kinda sad. I would love a trophy. That said fucking. I wanna night moves award which you can see over there. Rude nightmare trophy but the award the award of the award. The only proof is saying they want you to come to the show thing if you go to this thing. You're more than likely to win. I was surprising. I didn't find out till the next day when someone was like. Oh you will no. That's the only award. I've ever won in foreign. I've been nominated for several. That's only whenever one and that's a pretty accurate one like that's a pretty worthy one. That really it's just handing out the award. It's like yeah. I could see her share in that. I mean i'm not saying you're not but they're so okay so first off we both know there's so many nerds and adult in the industry but i'm genuinely curious like how did they figure out like all right. This is nerd like these nerds. We're going to put it into category like how they discerned that. I think it's based mostly on like tweeting things besides dixon your butthole like if you're someone that tweets jokes or other stuff you're into Which i do. I think that was most of the criteria was like oh. This person can't be retweets. It has to be original original content. Yeah like 'cause there's those people who think they're funny because re tweet funny people and not like carlos mencia thinking funding. It's like no. You just stole that from everyone else or like other comics who shall remain nameless. Who i've never ever seen do a joke that i didn't already see on twitter like there's one comic where i've never and he gets way better opportunities than me all the time which pisses me off. And he's good delivery. But i've literally have seen him probably live like five to ten times and i've never seen him do a single joke that i didn't already seeing a viral tweet. You need to tell me into po show. Yeah it's i don't understand how everyone else else's figure this out. Because i'm not on i mean i'm on twitter a lot but i'm on twitter that much where not looking at obscure shit like the tweets with like three hundred thousand likes. So what i'm hearing is night move needs to further segment there. Awards to a comedy twitter and nerd twitter. I think that'd be like funniest fanny. Let's kinda funny honestly you could probably email I'm gonna come to this award. Show if you have this category. And i would seriously really nice. I'm rhythm messaging very nice. I mean it was like cool. Fuck i have enough points. Let's do it. You guys should go next year and do podcast there the whole time. They would probably be so down for that off. It's basically. I don't know if you know it's like it's every night you go to different ship club and so there you're just partying shrub every night and then the last night is the award show and it's mostly just like the porn people who come down there so if you go with a friend and they pay for your hotel room so it can be fun or it can be terrible depending if you're with your friends or not sounds like exotic thank you for framing it that way. Great or terrible no in between it's kind of like exotica except you don't have to stand at the convention hall for all day. It'd be like exotic. Yeah 'cause exotica. Though i mean i've only actually think i've only been to the denver. One and i was before i even did porn. I was actually there for charity. A sex positive kink education charity. That i was there just like educating people on ethical non monogamy and i address so it was fun but Yeah that was every night after exotic To my knowledge there's always like an after event at some strip club in town and they're always really fun where i learned that you should not go to ship club dressed like a stripper. It's very confusing. Everybody and girls don't like it is now having. I didn't know everyone else is changing after okay like everyone else went back to the hotel room change. I didn't know that that was the things are just like sure. I'll get in the car and go and go straight there. Nobody told me. In then. I got there not like a little literally under dressed for the history. I don't have those drills giving it away for free so shadow to exotica because they do error the footage of this recording on their platform which were always super thing. We'll for cheering podcast with their audience. But what was really nice. Was i had a handful of their attendees contact and say is teach you. I'm going to be at exotica and not this year. But i think next year i feel really good about like. Yeah well i'll have a booth all show up. I'll there's model year. You know. I know but i don't wanna go this year. I'm lazy. you really a planet out. It's a whole thing and like you're over thinking that there's what chicago new jersey fort lauderdale saga ended lauderdale. Denver portland symptoms. Yeah but it's a combination of things number one after make sure the booth looks good number to figure out what i want to promote. Have all the cards things like that. Have the people coming to interview. You have to all of those people who who's coming to that plus all of the equipment we would have to chip with us. Do you have to take days off work. Am i people there or are we just working to make this essential because like we're not going to make money doing like there's the factor you even like porn stars because i get out all the time fans like. Are you going to go to exotic exotic like no. I would love to if there was any chance that i could make my money back. But unless you're huge name. Like i cannot physically sell enough. Signed eight biden's dvd's of myself to make my money back on that. And i don't escort so i can't go see clients there. That's that's usually what it is. You're just meeting fans that are. I didn't want to say because. I don't wanna insult the exact. The new center fall just that a lot of girls that go to those are girls that also escort which there's nothing wrong with but they go because they can meet their fans during the day and then have dates at night. Which i totally understand. But i don't do that so for me. It would just be money down. The drain and conventions are so expensive when you're a performer. This is Me of mainstream versus porn porn. You're over thinking oh we have to have the booth. We have to do all this stuff in porn you just show up and you have to make it happen in something. You don't have the luxury of several months of planning like you. Just jackie saint. James who i worked with a lot. We have this saying her. And i is. We do the best with what we have. We show up in. We have four people cancel. The plotline doesn't make sense. We do the best we have and we just move on and it is liberally. Because am such a control freak. Or what's the other perfectionist. And it's a hard thing with scripts. Because i'm dealing with other directors and they want specific things in just at some point. You just have to let it go and know that like it been done is better than it being done. Exactly how you want it to be done that makes sense. Which is me trying to encourage you like you're over thinking this just show up. You'll you'll get porn. People walking by that are half drunk. That a like sure. I'll talk to you for fifteen minutes. Okay maybe so. The answer is maybe. I probably won't do it this year but definitely like next year. It's also shot. I'm traveling the fucking country. So also alice just got over her very intense binder making phase which i think was most of her life where anytime she do any project. She would make an entire binder. All leslie nope of every possible way that this could go and how it can happen. In every scenario would be outlined It was very no protocol of you. tell me it wasn't useful. No it's totally useful. I love that you do that. Love the your friend. That does that kind of stuff. I am hoppy relaxing a little bit more now. But yeah no everything you describe. Sean is like alice's worst nightmare. Tell me. I have psychological issues with how telling you psychological issues. It would literally give her hives like she. She would have doc like and not that. I wouldn't be there for you. Alice with diazepam. Whatever you needed. I'd be there on. Hand doggies zanex for teddy. My chest just gets a really read. I get it. Because i have my father. Has that really bad. and i have. I have it to degree. And i have to consciously practice like just letting go and jackie actually had it too and she's dealt with a lot more and more but do you think it gets in the way of your life more than it helps your life. I think is the big question. Not anymore adderall. Okay it does for me. I mean i get a lot of like Paralysis like creative ideas especially. I'll have a really good idea and want to pursue it. And then i'll start thinking like i'll start kind of doom. Spiraling of like whoa. What if this happens or what doesn't work go to people. Don't like it and then i'll i'll start thinking it out too much and i find that when i make like sketch videos or even like tweets where i'm just trying to be like funny even jokes in general where it's like if you keep over thinking it like it's it's actually going to get worse. Yes like usually your first instinct if you can trust your first instincts. Imf any person. I am a talented person. I'm able to do this like not that. There shouldn't be prep work. But if you're at that level where. I think all three of us are in our respective fields. Like i've done this before like you've already done it. You know how to do this. Just trust the you know how to do it and go try because even when you're making something that like you can edit it like it's not like the end of the world you can do another take you can whatever especially when it's just you that i do that constantly. That's why i haven't written anything in like six months. Because every time i think of an idea like that's dumb even when it's not struggle i think what's paralysis i in content creation. That's very true for me for projects though. I find that's exceptionally useful. Because now i figure it out all the different things. I need to do as part of a project. Older different routes i to do to get to market. I don't know it. Just i guess it just depends on what the outlet specifically is. So sean what. I'm trying to say is the next time on said. Jackie saint james and it. You can't figure out what the girl can get stuck in. I am here to help around the house. Can we use to get her stock. Yes i will call you up. What are some ideas off the top of your head. Where could we get porn. People stuck okay. So we're covering the obvious so they've gotten stuck in the dishwasher in the laundry. They've gotten stuck in the couch. I got stuck second the oven this morning. I don't know if that's too dark now. They've used the used doggie doors windows laundry. Shield who while you'd have to have a house with laundry shares. We'll know 'cause you could make a fake one and you could have like a laundry bolted because he usually looked like a laundry basket and then you can have her upside down which is really fun for kind of things become stuck on zoom call. What are you implying. you don't wanna be here. I'm actually having sex right now. I'm stuck guys. I'm going to have to keep my camera off right now for this call you know. I wanna keep distracting. Everyone so fucking time. My dad was moving suffer on our audit and he stepped off of the joist and got his foot stuck in the ceiling. One birkenstock dangling above our living room which was hilarious He'd and i thought it was so funny. What if like you know those hooks that you have to your jeans. What if like you know when you sometimes get stuck on a on. Yeah so but what if she can't take the genes awful the way and she gets fucked the you know like they're too tight no dri no ideas too dumb for porn. Where else can we get stuck. Where like we go really dark like. They're trying to hang themselves and they can't get out of here tai-bo ideas like trying to kill themselves. Couldn't it didn't work there suck. Yeah totally pure chebbi. Stuck on the suicide bob line on which actually that might be genius of the suicide hotline. Like you call them right. They don't answer they say. Can we put on. Hold and be right there in really. They're just like seeing where you are sending the police to your house while you're waiting on hold. That is probably a good idea. I don't know. I mean maybe they could just talk to you to all the while you're stuck hanging yourself while getting fucked. Yeah well he has to fuck you to hold you only god you know. He asked us this house. What if there are a hoarder and they get stuck in their own horns falls stock but like luckily they're butthole is available. Like let me pull you out. And they pull their pants down. And they're like well. We're here right before cleanup crew only got for parody. The should've watched that so hard. Especially because i'm all caught up on episodes of hoarders literally all of them not. She has been on for like eleven seasons. I've seen we. Have you seen the one where. She's like hoarding shit. Oh it's like the worst because it's so cringe but like the you feel so bad. I think pretty even shanna and like yeah. And she's like they're like don't don't eat hoop and i quoting more before he like before the party. I wanna eat food hoop innate. It's so bad like her house which was forever. it was so bad it was disgusting. There was literally like alice. Gallon jug like ways. Barrels full of gallon jugs full of poop and like really pissed. It was disgusting and so they moved her out. I think she's like an assisted living now. 'cause she they basically that's one of the few ones where at the end of that pursued. They actually like brought her siblings in their like. She can't live alone like clearly. She is not well in the head that she thinks. This is okay and They gutted and flip that house because it's in washington state and it just sold for one and a half million dollars. No i literally just look this up because order sub reddit someone was posting about it. And like yeah It looks gorgeous. But i wouldn't let my kids playing yard. Yeah oh that's why you don't make a horse porn okay. We'll just like one of the not grows ones. I like the episodes of hoarders where they're not really super sick. Kinda just eccentric and they hoard like cool shit. Because there's one where there's a guy in Las vegas are. Outside of las vegas. And he has like an apollo thirteen lunar missile landing thing like replica. And it's so cool and it was like a bunch of like old hollywood as a bunch of liberace's like suits and stuff like this is awesome. Like we have to get rid of this. And i'm like if i was your wife i would not make you get rid of. This is fucking awesome like this fine. You just collect suits of armor. Like i'm here for and it's not like he didn't have money to like keep it up. He owned like he filled up his first house and then he bought the two other houses on the side of it. And you can go for a tour on certain days. I think. I really wanna go see and making money. This is dubs just a business. That's not that's not southbound like that's like if it's cool shit there's one in florida is super lady and she wears her hair up in like a beehive. Copacabana style up to you. And she just just like has a delorean like in her garage. It's covered in plastic bags. And just ask my delorean like it's nothing. This ladies fucking rad. Like i love this lady. I'm sure you could contact her. And be like e. Oh we gotta get a porn performers. Stuck in the delorean. I wish it was a longtime episodes like ten years old. I'm pretty sure she's dead a lotta times. they died. and you know it's up for sale. You know they might have sold it on the episode. Maybe because sometimes they like when there is stuff they go sell it because are like underwater on their mortgage or whatever because of the horde but like a lotta times on hoarders. If you like. Google like follow up. Well how far this person like at least fifty percent of them. They're dead like they're usually older people. So right yeah. It takes a long time to accumulate all those putting cups and yeah and they're not in good health. They're breathing in lake rapists. So they're like eating cockroaches and poop so okay. So whoa dare. Is a website called. Delorean dot com. Where you can buy used inventory. Oh yeah i'm sure you could buy pre-owned delorean. I didn't know that yeah only delorean's. They're a huge collector card worth a ton of money. They're very very popular amongst collectors. I've always wanted one. I think they're so cool. Do their doors normally open like that or is that they all open like that. There's a really great documentary. Have you guys seen that framing. John delorean. No it's talk about him like he's a really interesting guy and like i watched it a while ago so i don't remember all of it but it was. I think it's on netflix. It was really good. Okay all right so a nine hundred eighty one to lauren will go for like fifty seven but you could also an eighty two for forty six k. So what i'm hearing is. Yes so it does cost a pretty thorough really expensive to keep up because you have to buy all of the parts. We can't just go to autozone nineteen eighty two bumper. Like i just need one. So yeah Sean where can our listeners. Find more of you well It's just my name so s. h. a. w. in a l f f and that's on all the platforms instagram. Twitter tick talk. So if you go somewhere i wanna make ted talk of this whole zoom meeting and it's going to be hilarious. I'm gonna make you guys look really stupid me really cool because you're going to be like the whole time it's gonna be great the cut it. I mean it's really easy. Yeah there's a really good talk where it just makes. Joe like joe already kind of crazy but it just has his reaction faces and he's like art good so that's what i'm gonna do with y'all's pop man my friend melissa. She went on joe. Rogan's show while back and it was hysterical because someone took the footage of my friend. Melissa chan on joe rogan and stripped down to make. It seem like joe. Rogan was in love with her and kidnapped her and she went missing. Does probably the tech talk thing. That i've been watching. They just cut it up weird for each episode and it's like strange reactions. That's great. I haven't seen on talk. This was pretext. Tick-tock was different. So maybe i'll have to send it to. I want bets on how long it takes before. Joe rogan tries to go to space. It's got to be six months. He'll be one of the first and probably do a podcast from up there. Just going to invite him. He's just gonna to hang out like he's just going to be like joe. Come to on my speech jujitsu up. There was company. I joe rogan experience. It's out of this world. I swear swear to guy and they'll talk about like bitcoin weather. They're up there. This is the future man living to believe. I saw this all my d. m. t. trip thirteen years ago they'll do. Dmz wile in zero gravity. I well yeah. I mean i would. Would i watched that. Yeah i i would watch it. I would definitely watch it. It's just such a tricky thing between snarky rogan. And wanting to be on joe rogan. Right like i feel like back. In the day. People couldn't make fun of david letterman on his on the internet when they wanted to get on the tonight show. And now it's like a platform and don't say it just by tung for once in your life don't blow to your career. He's a comedian. He's used to being made fun of like if you don't talk shit about him. Yeah he's used to being talk shit about like you have a podcast or something where you'd have people on that made terrible comments about you told me i was insane like literally the guy that started the joe rogan experience was like. That's the best idea. I've heard for a podcast in years. Also you're crazy. And i was like thank you the promise. Those people are just not interesting. People are leaving those comments. No and also. I mean some of them were. It's just i got through ten of them and then everyone realized what i was doing and they didn't want to be on it anymore and it was like kinda shooting. I think you have to be more famous to be that. I am Because there is a comedian in new york that has a show. That's called like everybody hates. Or why does hate me something like that. I saw it on instagram. And he's been doing it longer. It was just like a parallel thought. I guess he has regular guests because he has a huge online following. So it's like okay. I just it was just preemptive. I should have waited. Close more famous to launch. That clear elaine can always pick it up again. Reser joe make cake famous so she can relaunch your podcast following what i say this as if he ever since that the show ever know. He's a renaissance man. I mean it's weird because he started following man like two thousand followers. I'm like why there's no one better he doesn't follow me. And we've been tagged tweets together which is fine but he never uses twitter. he just was. What does he do. He does that function on like instagram. Where it's like post twitter. He doesn't fuck. Yeah such problems that you guys. Have you know he follows you. And you've been tagged in tweets joe rogan. I will never. I mean we see you saw it. You just weren't like. Hey what's this. Kate kennedy girl. She seems awesome. Joe follow kate. joe Help sean get women. Were stuck in stuff or men more stuck in stuff You know. I'm all about every gender being stuck in a situation dade don't want to be in. That's a free fucked. So oh actually we're getting out of cova had kind of so people being stuck back at the office getting fucked where they don't want to and they want to be working from home. I think they could get fucked. They're both literally and figuratively stuck in the copier. Your boobs just taking well. Yeah what if you're like xeroxing your titties. And then you're you're extension gets stuck and then you're just bent over the xerox machine and the intern talking like the escalator. And how. I know we don't pay you but can you help me like you can pay me another way. Seattle xerox machine. You're welcome sean. That's a whole co well written just wrote the whole thing. I did my job for me. Think you know. I can actually do you have to. 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John & Ken Show Hour 3 (07/29)

John and Ken on Demand

30:33 min | 2 months ago

John & Ken Show Hour 3 (07/29)

"Sir john ken show. Kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. John's got something -cation time. I'm here with you. Alex gavin newsom was whining. They're trying to weaponize my son it's the story about how he pulled his kids from a summer camp because there was a photo taken and one of his sons did not have a mask on while indoors. We'll give you that audio coming up. He did a interview with the cbs news. Also be talking to end at five. Oh five rescue california. An important group backing the recall of gavin. Newsom of course pull this week about likely voters. He's only up by three little points very possible he will be knocked out of the governorship and that would be an amazing upset. If we can make it happen and the key there is you get the right. Turn out talk about it with an coming up later on this hour. I'm going to talk to a father of a murder victim. You may have heard this story out of orange county. There apparently is away thanks to proposition. We supported explain that later. Where you can transfer office and quentin death row and get yourself. In the general population prison system in the state of california does. Now please this man. The murderer of his son come up after four thirty. We have talked about homeless encampments largely in venice but one that we covered quite a bit earlier this year. I guess there were three really echo. Park link was another one and then there was fearless and the uniqueness and the real horror of the lowest fearless encampment that we spent some time. Talking about is that it has a gang element a strong gang element for nearly a year. A stretch of berendo street near hollywood boulevard in los angeles apparently was a gang. Run drug dealing hub according to the lapd. It appears that recently it says july twenty third not even a week ago. The last of the encampment residents moved out nephew. Raymond is the council woman for that district. She largely ignored the problem. I guess the pressures grew and she's under a recall effort now she says We worked with l. A. homeless services authority and voluntarily. Move these people to indoor facilities. We'll find out that's true. The other thing that happened his neighbors decided to put concrete planters on the sidewalk with the homeless had previously encamped to dissuade them from coming back also to make it look pretty. We're going to talk to a resident by the name of sam because the update of this is that the city immediately issued a citation instead. If you don't take those away we will. Sam welcome to the show. How are you going goes We can hear you great So you were involved in putting on these planters that no. That's not the case. I am residents. Who i know That the residents have come together. Many on berendo of all ages ethnicities People who've been here for forty fifty sixty years with the support of lot owner for the empty lot that is where that gang encampment had been blocking the entire sidewalk. free year. Everyone came together actually to create a community garden in honor of a number of cova desk that we unfortunately had on this block From some of our elders Rest in peace last year and throw the crime and suffering that this street has had to go through with no health remark councilwoman. And so it you know it. Cody sided with one. Finally that street was available again for public use and The neighbors together with the owners of a lot wanted to do something beautiful for children to walk by. There's a school across the street And for disabled and elders to be able to go to write eight again and actually use a sidewalk. Anc something beautiful while they walk by but it is to the city. Says you gotta take him down. So that's actually We're all still trying to question that nasty that it's been really interesting guy. So what happened was is These planters went in As you know it takes time to Get enough soil for many planters in plants and everything by the next morning group that. I'm sure you're familiar with. Desa la which street watch la A group that Rahman on to send you body image democratic socialist people. yeah. I don't think there's anything democratic about them. They just say they're not part of the democratic party but that's what they call themselves and we're among said that She co covers with them. She admitted that a week ago on camera said aiko governed with the la Among other organizations that day or a few hours after the planters went on went in st watch. La which is run by dcla that remond co governs with tweeted for people to a tweeted for people to steal these planters which is grand theft so she actually admitted to co governing with a group that incited grand theft on the internet then by monday morning in the first. Few hours of business opening shocking. Somebody from The city supposedly public works showed up and threatened arrest and citation for a major crime that he was there to investigate and when asked what was the crying he. This guy named steve creek from the from department of public works said well obstruction of the right of way. He was asked well but the but the entire sidewalk on the street has been obstructed fully for eight months to a year and he said well. I've never heard about anything. Of course not exactly. They had they had a gang run encampment on that street for the better part of a year and not even one inch. There wasn't even one inch of empty space. I mean I talked to so many Of my neighbors Elderly disabled there was a mom. Actually i saw walk Pushing the stroller down the sidewalk looking at the beautiful plants the other day and said this is the first time i pushed my baby on my own street. I mean that's that's the reality. So what else did he say. Besides it's a major crime that you're blocking the sidewalk versus the encampment. That was dangerous but sure. What else did he say he was going to do. Well he said he was there to investigate a major crime We asked I didn't know that public works. Investigated crimes That that was new thought. Police investigated He's he he he was very angry. He said that ramones off this and cd four at sent him there and And that this was gonna be dealt with immediately We asked him well. There's over thousands of emails that were sent to remove office and the city to la ds to building of engineering to all of those different department street services pleading for help for ada access for the last over eight months. They never once came out and get literally two hours into the first hours of business opening on monday. They had personally come out and he admitted that it was vermont. Who said to which point we wrote to the city attorney and are checking now with The da and other things because it's basically clearly roman retaliating against some of the heads of the re. The legal recall effort against her is abuse of power. It's intimidation and using city payroll and city workers to do it. And i and i don't think that any american should think that's okay. Sam can you hold on one ask you a couple of other questions about that kanter. This is sam is a resident resident of los angeles. And of course we talked about this earlier this year. There was a major encampment. This is in los villas berendo near hollywood boulevard. It was there for almost a year and it was run by a drug gangs. Dealing drugs shaken down people. And it's like your worst nightmare. Putting together the homeless and drug gangs in one spot and the remarkable thing and you just heard that part of it described by sam residents put up some planters after the encampment was finally removed last week and they call it a community garden. Thought it would make it look nice. It'd be a salute to people to die. Cova do all the terror that people underwent because of that encampment. That was there immediately. Somebody shows up in public works and says this is a big crime here. Here's his blocking access particularly for disabled people. Which is something. I always talked about. I said how. Come these homeless encampments. They're all over. Public areas are never cited for like ada problems. But wouldn't you know they. They showed up at immediately are demanding that the plant be removed yet. They let the homeless encampment. Sit there for the better part of the year. And a sam touched on. He thinks it's retaliation by rahman's office over the recall effort against her. I'll talk more him because you really got to understand what this was like particular homeless encampment. I think is like no other. We've ever talked about on the show because of the gang presence. You have a shot at some money. Also coming up in minutes. John and ken show on. Kfi hey john. And ken show kfi am six. Forty live everywhere in the iheartradio app. More in a moment with sam. A resident of los feeless with that horrible and kampman. That looks like it was finally removed. Which was won by a drug gang right now though. Chance for money has your chance to win one thousand dollars. Text the nationwide keyword money m. o. n. e. y. Two two hundred two hundred. You'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and message supply in this nationwide contest. That's money to two hundred two hundred non-state again money. Two hundred two hundred and please pick up that phone. You could get a call back. He may look at it. And say i don't know that number you don't answer. They're going to go on to the next person now. The number of very likely becoming from the five one three area code. Listen to kfi am six forty for the winning keyword every weekday. It's about this time twenty after Between five twenty. Am and six twenty pm. The next chance to win is during the conway show in a couple of hours at around six twenty here on. Kfi sambath my guest and Preferred not to use his last name but He lives in the area of los angeles. This berendo street near hollywood boulevard were for almost a year. there was a horrible Gang run encampment drug dealing. They were shaken down people. And that's why. I was gonna ask sam first and then we'll get into if rahman sam just explain to our listeners like in that area with this particularly horrible encampment. Yeah i was actually going to try to expand upon that. It's almost how it's hard to put into words. How how same it it was. I mean we're still just reeling from it. It's still so sudden it's changed. I mean there was gunshot. The rang out. The neighbors were ducking down from in january over a stolen vehicle. They were selling meth To all the Homeless that we're around. I mean a lot of these people were missing canton and would sometimes even mercedes g wagon. I don't know what that is. But it's over two hundred thousand dollar car it'd be dropped off and range rovers. They would sleep at other places. I mean this was like a full sidewalk long blocking every inch of encampment where they were selling stealing bicycles. Stealing cars shooting guns I had a night hold on by one of them. Telling me not to fit to stop talking to To people about it other neighbors had been chased. sexually assaulted They were arrested many times for illegal guns drugs. felony warrants I mean i. it's a nightmare. Literally people on that block or who live close to. It did not sleep for eight months to a year Women were hiding behind their fridges. I remember once having a panic attack crying hours. They were jack hammering in the middle of the night. They cut through the whole street of brenda. You can come look and then and then try to cover it up with sand because they tapped into the street lights for power to run. Oh gosh he's an air compressors. I mean he was literally nightmare. And now do you think they clear the encampment because of the recall that was underway. Why why got cleaned up now. Who knows what i can tell you is that there were thousands of emails. There was hundreds of photos of hard documented proof. They were blocking. Ada access the whole time and nitya remond and her staff did nothing not only that. They enabled them some of her staff. Like sarah who used to be a field manager would fit there with the main Gang member and just laughed for hours. We'll see them yet. They wouldn't she wouldn't respond to the residents who were victims of the crime for months. Email or phone. Your amman herself refused to meet with redmond. Acid meet with her even. Lapd confirmed that this was a drug gang run drug encampment. Absolutely they made they made over a dozen arrests from what i know. I mean. They're selling mets down the street Next to the elementary school. There's still cooking tunnel there. They still be close the tunnel there next to the elementary school. I mean it's a. It's stuff that if you didn't know any better and you didn't look at the records you would say this can't be true and it and it. It's well now the thing we also talk to you about which we'll just wrap up here is the planters. So where is this going to go. This story channel seven says that they have to review this. The department of public works has to review whether or not the planters or proper there or something like that or where they really just told you they got to go. So we're trying to find that out you know the community and the owners of that lot Wanna do everything they possibly can to have this street be clean safe. Have some beautiful for the community havoc unity garden and also right now it is. ada compliant. We've already had multiple wheelchair. Neighbors going to ride for the first time in a year And yet there's there's a permit that pending as you know if anybody who's ever dealt with The city when it deals with permiting or building. It's really hard it takes forever. And the delays on their side they admitted bat and in many cases with real estate in the area there's been so many developers who recently Demo without a permit get ramon supported to get a retroactive permit and get for acuna garden. Planters that are ada compliant She wanted to have them removed right away so we are hoping that the right thing will be done that This streak can remain safe. Has something beautiful that people continue to plant you know. I think people should plant Tomatoes or other food and then you know what if the neighbors or homeless whoever wanted eat off like let's do something that's good for. Everybody is not a win win. I'd sam thanks for talking to the i appreciate it. Thank you recall rahman dot. Org is the recall dot org and they already collecting signatures. Is that right. We're collecting signatures. We have until november fourth and the truth is to all of your listeners. And everybody go to recall rahman r. a. m. a. m. dot org do your research because this affects the life and death safety and the future of where you live where your children live and your family live in. You have to stand up for safety for all right. This is council district for thanks again. We have more coming up. John and ken show john and ken show. Kfi am six forty and of course live on the iheartradio app. The voice lines tomorrow. Five o'clock hour about five twenty five fifty replay. Some calls from you which you have to leave them on our voicemail. One eight seven seven moist eighty six one eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six. Got some good stuff new audio from governor. Deputy do wining about how people are trying to use the mask last summer camp photo of his son against him. Don't come after kids got. What did you do locker. Dental schools came after all. The kids is set back education. A year and a half. We'll play that audio. Which he gave to a network interviewer coming up. And we'll also going to be talking to and more from rescue california dot common. They are a big part of the effort at recall gavin twenty twenty dot com the big vote coming up on september fourteenth. We'll beat the recall desk at five. Oh five with that and a lot. More joe biden take an action. Get those vaccines. He supporting mandates including federal workers. He wants to give everybody newly vaccine one hundred dollars. He is really tara through the vaccinate and actually there was a small uptick recently. An explanation numbers around the country and in california. We're now going to talk to a man by the name of steve her. He is the father of samuel her. Who was murdered and his killer. Daniel wozniak apparently applied through something called the condemned inmate. Transfer pilot program. He was actually a part of proposition. Sixty six five years ago. We want to support proposition. Sixty six did pass. It was meant to speed up executions this was also a component of proposition. Sixty six and apparently there are condemned inmates because this man boosting got the death penalty for these murder. He killed samuel her and woman by the name of julia kabuki in an attempt to find out more about to fund his twenty ten wedding. Anyway he apparently has been given permission has been transferred out of san quentin into the salinas valley state prison. There are many reasons that steve her is not happy with this. Let's get him on the show. Steve welcome to the john and ken show. Hello can you hear me. Can i hear you perfectly in our condolences on your son. Thank you very much. Well let's go through the list. What's the what's the biggest thing that bothered you. The most about this. The biggest thing on this issue is that what. Snack is off of death row okay. He was sentenced there in two thousand sixteen. Okay and i'll tell you what in california's death penalty is pretty much a moot point but his his death penalty at least he was being sent to place or death. Penalty people death row. And i got some solace that if i won't be around for rosiak given when he gets executed at least he's in a place where you should be with the worst of the worst. Have you heard people say that there are some inmates that wanna go to death row only because they think it's actually not a bad life. I know it's isolated. But can you. Can you describe to our audience. Why that's preferable for you. That your son's killer bee at saint on death. Row saint quentin did they. They do have what i have found out as they do have a black and white. Tv and herself and they're in a separate sell however And wherever they go whether to shower of phones or one hour day or go out they are shackled they are shackled from the time they leave their cell to time they get back right and that's me that's is huge. It literally gives them no freedom lesson. Though every single time they step out of that sell their shackled so but his his death penalty conviction has been reversed. here has. it's just where he's residing no. It's just for me. It's a matter of where he's you're citing you ask anybody who's who who's a family member of a victim. They get some solace that he's in a place with the worst of the worst it. It literally just separates them from. I don't know how you say. It common murderers rapists. Or what have you but ca- it's it's the worst of the worst can. Yeah and it. It got understand if that's going to be the worst place. That's where i want him outside of being dead but that's another point. Well that leads me to another point the linus. We didn't talk about this with proposition. Sixty six back in two thousand sixteen because we weren't that aware of this pilot program but the idea prop sixty six was to speed up the execution process save money because apparently residing on death row is very expensive for the state and i think that's one of the reasons this provision was put in there. Also here's the part. You just mentioned if you put him in with the general population. Something bad could happen to them from another date. But that's probably not going to happen. We don't hear about that very often number. One number two is look. He's going to be amongst in the open. He gets a lot more free time. Let me let me explain something. Can that really loves to read the wrong way. Now he is now he was soon he got there. He called a friend and and he told that friend. Hey this is so much better than sent quinton dot more time. I have more amenities. I'm not shackled up. How do you think i felt found that out. Can and can anybody on death row. Apply for this. It doesn't matter. How heinous the murders were or anything. It doesn't matter and it's open to anybody however they have to have some good behavior. They can't have anything pending right now. That's tonight to my knowledge right now but Anybody i do know this. Anybody could have apply but they have like. I said be of good behavior and not have anything against them right now and And they're open right now. They have sixty people that are already in other prisons. Sixty of what five hundred and change now. So that's almost ten percent of those the worst of the worst Can i mean the guy brutally murdered my son and his friend you know and shooter julie and he dismembered my son through son's body parts in park. I do remember this story. Yeah so it's like. I don't want that guy to have any kind of pleasures. And what's his attempt to fund his wedding. What the hell does that mean okay. Sam had accumulated quite a bit of money from He was he was a combat veteran afghanstan. So evidently wasn't acting out. Sam had money in the bank so san woes neck wanted to get that money to pay off some debts and have a great great honeymoon. I mean he was googling. What does it sandals. What have you for moment. And he testified. He said in his confession did i read that. He's got supporters on the outside and like websites devoted to him or something or he does he has a blogger who has become his friend and she's been blogging for five six seven years. I have a very corporal relationship with the woman. And she's the one who informed me of this department of prisons didn't mention anything i found out through Is blogger yeah. That's i heard that. Also tick you off that. They gave no notice well. That's just another you know and you know what all this. I can trace this back You know to the more taurean because with the moratorium what that does can is. It doesn't expedite since since tourism is on. He does not expedite the procedure so the procedures haven't put on hold but evidently not this program so they're taking pieces of this program this proposition sixty six and they're saying let's do this year but we're this is on hold and i thank gavin newsom for that. Yeah well. I hope you're part of the recall effort. Oh you've you bet. All right steve. Thanks for talking to be again. My condolences and sorry about this news. There's a law that would help you here because they're supposed to be victim notification rules victims if they release him from prison Ken okay transferred not from a transfer. But if i can throw something in real quick. Yeah go ahead kim tournament. He overruled all the jury's the judges the pellet courts the california supreme court and the people of california who voted the death penalty. And you know what that was. A big chicken is. This is it's like jeeze. Who's back does this man have. It shouldn't be murderers. It shouldn't be the worst of the worst. And i did want to mention that all right i appreciate talking to you will recall newsom. Thanks for coming on steve. Thanks can you take. I'd steve her. The father of samuel her who was murdered back in twenty ten by a man by the name of daniel los ni ac who apparently is using a proposition or a part of a proposition to transfer him from san quentin to a general population. Prison is now in salinas. Valley state prison inmate. Transfer pilot program. And you know that party was talking about. Yeah newsom put the death penalty on hold a moratorium and we had spent years because the courts were kind of compelling they actually built a whole new death row they were making everything ready to resume executions. That look like it was all lining up the proposition. Sixty six in there and a nuisance comes along as i said. We're not gonna do executions on governor a more of those crazy powers. He has a more coming up on the johnny ken show on. Kfi talk tonic. Ken show kfi still missing testicle after that guy thought we live on the iheartradio app coming up. After five o'clock rescue california's san dunsmore will join me. We'll talk about this Shocking poll this week that the recalls pretty close fifty percent keep newsom forty seven percent to give him the heave ho but an aspect of that we need to get into also will play this audio of newsom wining about the coverage of his children being pulled from a summer camp because one of his sons was photographed without a mask. Indoors there weap- night weaponising. He always chooses words that no one else would say out loud. The word you see writers use in articles in books. Don't say weaponising out loud right. That's what a political writer puts in an article. Oh i'm going to tell you this. There were three rescue missions in los angeles all three are privately funded alcohol and drug free with the goal to get people off the street permanently. The union rescue mission the midnight mission and the los angeles mission all offer safe shelter provides support training and other services. Tell people get their lives back now through august eighth. Kfi an iheartmedia. Los angeles along with albertson's vence raising money to support the three initials. Please donate at checkout before. August eighth at all. La county albertson's vons pavilions or you can text help. La two to four three seven to five for details or to donate online go to kfi am six forty dot com slash missions. Be a part of the heart of la and help. Those lost becomes bound. Hi i'm not kidding you with this story. It was a premonition just the other day i was thinking about stories. We've talked about on the air this year and some of the weird stories and i said oh remember. I did this two days ago. Jetpack man who kept floating around the airport there. Well he's back. here's the story from. Cbs to another mysterious citing the skies lax pilot reported. He saw what appeared to be a man flying in a jet pack on the approach route to the airport today. The control tower quickly issued a warning to all pilots twenty two each cautioned. The jet is back Let me know if you see. Twenty six annual we were looking to nazi ironman sir. Six point six screener eighty twenty three heavy use caution lab. There was a report of a man in a jetpack around five. Five thousand in the kennedy. The pilot reported seeing the packer about fifteen miles east of the airport. No planes were affected. There have been reports of similar sightings over the past few years. But the faa says tonight. They've never been able to identify or locate anything. You the restaurant stresses think. It's unlikely that it was an actual person with the jetpack. Yeah that's a great comparison. Ironman out there. And i was thinking. Yeah this that was late last year. I thought that was this year but there was a few stories that floated that this guy was flying around out there particularly near lax. And i thought. I wonder what happened. Him be suspended lay low for a while ary he. He gave up the hobby and looks like he may be there again. What kind of nutball would do something like that. And then the fact that they could get a good tip. You would think this guy would be. I don't know taken video bragging to somebody that he knows somebody in the area where he lives with him. Shoot up with his. Get packer or these pilots. Just imagining this. And it's not actually a guy in a jet pack but at some other strange phenomenon and if you saw that ufo report that was issued by the pentagon. That was pretty weird. You should you have some time. You should read this twice about that coming up next. We'll be at the recall. Desk for gavin newsom and dunsmore campaign manager rescue california the political action committee helping out with the recall of gavin. Talk to her about a few issues. We got some new audio from some today where he's whining about the weaponization of the fact that he took his kids out of a summer camp because one of his sons was photographed. Indoors mask on. Why would they do that. they're just children. What did you do to the children of california with the schools. Johnny ken show. Kfi am six forty. Chris little has the news now.

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Sudden Blood

RISK!

15:40 min | 3 years ago

Sudden Blood

"Hello kids. This is risk the show where people tell true stories, they never thought they dare to share. I'm Kevin Allison. And every Thursday we release these special episodes that were calling classic risk singles each of these episodes features just one story from our previous years if you're new risk. You should know that the podcast can be very uncensored this week a story by comedian Tim Heidegger that he shared on the podcast in twenty twelve. It's not for the squeamish. And it's called sudden blood. The music off. Please. I'm not going to tell a funny story. But I am a funny person. So you're probably gonna laugh. So that's good news. It happened. In March of two thousand six I was living in Los Angeles in Los feeless. I was living in a little bungalow community, and I was asleep. It was around twelve thirty at night. And I was awoken from my sleep by the pounding of my iron gate, and the voice of my neighbor, an older woman screaming Tim, please help. My son is overdosing. My son is going to die. I don't know. What to do? I've called the police. No one's come. I need your help. So. Get out outta bed and put on some sweatpants and a t shirt and run out of my my little one bedroom bungalow and to the right and I run upstairs to the second floor of their apartment. Her son. By the way is. Seventeen. He's about six foot three in community, college and. I had known them very well known the family known the mother and the son and the daughter and was very close with them. And they're very friendly lovely people that I was happy to have as neighbors spent some holidays with them. And so I was very happy and eager to help and do whatever. I can. I was running out of my apartment running up. The stairs barefoot thinking to myself. I don't know anything about overdosing. I don't know anything about CPR. I don't know what kind of help I'm going to be. But I'll do whatever I can and expecting to find somebody unconscious. Trump thinking to myself, you know, Jimi Hendrix with vomit in his mouth and. Because I was also there during that horrible experience. And as I'm getting about halfway up. The stairs. I hear this. And I immediately start running back down the stairs. It was a scary, son. I've ever heard in my life. It was the sound of this young, man. I'm going to start calling him Joe. That was the sound of Joe, but it sounded like a lion sound like a beast. And for some reason, my body said don't go there because that's bad sound. I started. I started running the other direction down the middle path of the of the bungalow, and I immediately sensed and felt and I must have seen him coming down the stairs after me. And and he had a knife innocent. He had eight inch kitchen knife. And. So I continued to run and I ran out onto Talmadge and up onto fountain. And I ran up to Sunset Boulevard the entire time. A literally a madman yielding a kitchen knife running mere feet behind me again, five minutes ago sound asleep. I turn onto sunset, and if you can go and Google maps Sipe and Tang's donuts, you'll be able to see Tang's donuts, which is where I ran into the Tangs donuts parking lot. It's it's a parking lot. We're a lot of sort of degenerates hobos and kind of weirdos. Like, we're chest player kind of types. Hang out. And I'm literally running around like cars, you know in this. This kid's chasing me. And I second I'm about to run into Tang's donuts. And you know, I think if I had run into Tang's that'd be dead because in Tangs donuts was nobody except for like four foot two sixteen year old Korean girl. Manning the counter who would have been no match for this this young gentleman. So I my brain told me don't go in there. That's a trap. I run across Sunset Boulevard to the McDonalds, which is lit up and get to the McDonald's store and they're closed. They're not open past midnight. And I kind of had this thought in my head of the scene and in Ghostbusters when the Rick moranis is getting chased by the Sigourney Weaver's beast. You know, she that beast basically kills Rick moranis against this window of like tavern on the green or something. So he's against chasing me. I looked to my right. There's a gay bar in the corner called Akbar. And it's Thursday night. There's a tremendous amount of guess you. Call them bears out front. Large strapping men smoking cigarettes bouncers also variety of different kinds of men out front, and I run into to Akbar barefoot and run had been in their once with a friend and. I I ran immediately into the bar and took a left and went directly behind the bar. I'm screaming, I'm screaming for my life. I'm screaming help help. This person's trying to kill me. He comes right in after me. I mean, the whole time he's literally ten feet behind me between ten and five feet behind me. And I just kind of collapsed behind the bar, and he comes running in full steam into the bar into thirty into thirty guys three or four the guys tackle him down to the ground. Take take the knife out of his hand and throw the knife on the ground at this point for the first time, I feel the warmth and wetness of the blood running down my back. I have to this day. No memory of the actual impact of the knife. Which is kind of a fascinating thing to me that I have, you know, the adrenaline running through my through my veins as I'm being as I'm running fountain. I think prevented any feeling of pain when the actual impact of the knife went into my back twice. And and kept me kind of focused on continuing to run. I mean has anyone has the dream where they're being chased by a murderer in the middle of the night. And you have the feeling that you're running through molasses, and you can't move, and you're not going to be able to get away that doesn't happen in real life. You run like a fucking crazy person, you run screaming, and you you know, like, I said it was barefoot and running through the middle of the street in the middle of the night to survive to live. So. I realize I'm I've just been stabbed first time ever being stabbed. I have the moment of oh, I'm going to die in a gay bar behind the bar. This is going to be one of those. You know, my parents are gonna have a hard time explaining this story. The the immediately clear the bar out and the lovely woman came behind the bar, and who was a paramedic student and assisted and give me some first aid and put some Bartels on my back. And really was the first line of someone just saying you're going to be okay. It's not that bad. It's going to be okay. And as I'm lying there on the ground like really starting to panic. I see these guys walking out, and they're all kind of like. By now, my shirts off, and I felt really, you know, I'm not homophobic, in any way. But I felt very protective and defensive of my body at this point that I was not some kind of piece of meat that you guys can just look at on your way out. Very troubling. So there's this is the first point when I'm taking I'm being taken out to the ambulance. I have this first sudden rush of paranoia, and and fear that the family that I'd grown so close to was planning this and this was a conspiracy. And that this was all as was supposed to have. This was their plan that I was going to be killed this night. And that the way they're going to do it was to arouse me from my sleep and create this false story. So I become really paranoid and upset and and my girlfriend who was her side of the story is incredible as well because she was asleep as well. And her side of the story was she sees me run out to help somebody. And then sees me run down the stairs being chased by a person with a knife. So she came and met me there, and we went to the hospital, and you know, the the rental wears off and the pain comes in. And you start feeling the pain of knife in back. What what what kind of pain, you can imagine? What would be? I don't know if you've ever cut yourself. It's a it's a big version of of cutting yourself. I remember being in the emergency room and variety of doctors and policemen and paramedics walking past me looking at the my wound. Oh shit. Oh shit. That's what I kept hearing. Oh shit going to be. All right. And I'm like losing blood at Mike, and my dying my still dying. I know in the hospital. But what if I'm bleeding inside? I don't know it really hurts. It's it's hurting more and more. Then I was given this wonderful drug called delayed in does anybody know, delayed Innis. It's heroin. And it really really is great. And I recommend if you guys don't have addiction problems. You try it because it's really wonderful. It's greatest feeling of ever had if ever had in my life. Was that drug intravenously going through my veins? It it started with a little bit of warmth around the nose. And then it just felt like, wow, I could just really I really love all the people around me. And I could really just be here for the this is the most comfortable ever been. So I'm not going to get into any opiates. I think that's a good lesson. So and then kind of the the the sister of the brother showed up, and was was was really great friend and still is a great friend. And we caught is. And she looked at me as if you know as her brother had killed somebody, and and look of of regret and remorse and guilt that, you know, have never wanna see again. And we just both were sobbing. And she's sorry. I don't know what to say. I'm I'm sorry. I don't know what to say. This is clearly, you know, the fear and paranoia that this family was was looking to take me out of the game was was gone. And and. The next few days. It kind of came out that that this kid was you know, he was smoking marijuana. And which is fine. I have no problem with that. And but I think there was something else that that started coming into the supply that was like this this these synthetic marijuana. Does anybody know what I'm talking about does that ring a bell PCP kind of stuff? Like, these these drugs don't have names have letters and numbers like t h nine seven six, and and it really makes you psychotic and this kid had gone on sort of bender of this and had completely lost his mind. And was was you know, from what I hear later was had a knife and was threatening to cut off his penis. And his mother was freaking out of your sleep. And he had the burners on in the kitchen and was threatening to burn the house down and was completely out of his mind. And when he came to when he became conscious and became sort of. Where at LA county jail after being arrested for the crime of trying to kill me. He he asked what happened? What am I doing here? What's going on? Why my in jail, which is way scarier than what happened to me in my opinion because I knew it was going on. And I could I could place what was happening in some kind of context and understand it and understand why it was happening. He couldn't do that. He had note he had done something that he shouldn't have done and it led to a gap in time where he ended up in jail. So he had a lot more work to be done to him. And I had to be done to me. And I'm fine. I can't walk. I know what you saw come up here. It took a lot of drugs and took a lot of courage. I usually can't walk. And I guess close by showing you my scars, right? I'm planning on getting plastic surgery because I can't stand to look at my back probably zits back there too. Someone took a picture. It was like the biggest violation of trust. I've ever had delete. It would you could you imagine. Anyways. Thank you for having me. 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ET043 - Bonus: Interview with Outlier, Matt Dartnell

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ET043 - Bonus: Interview with Outlier, Matt Dartnell

"Hoy there travelers welcome to eat travels with each rule personal and literary podcast of travel adventures and misadventures. From around the world. Eric rules and thanks. Hi there friends. Thanks for tuning into the second bonus episode between seasons two and three will. I'm still looking for funding for season. Three i'll be releasing shows once a month in the meantime to keep up with your podcast curiosity and of ocean some more good news for the show. Each travels with each rules got another number. One ranking in apple. Podcasts travel category. So i really wanna thank you again for your listening support. Today's episode is a live interview. I did with matt dark. Nell elway based literary manager with immense love for podcasts. horror movies and travel. I met matt at the out liar. Podcast festival in los angeles which was organized by ever gonzalez and arielle nissen blat founder of the ear buds podcast collective. It was held at village. Workspaces in west. La in october two thousand eighteen and it had in attendance the diverse and usual suspects of podcasters producers developers and podcast enthusiasts. I was leaning against a bright window wall. Nashi on complementary cashews when i noticed a tall bearded man standing next to me wearing a bright orange skylight bookstore t shirt now. The skylight is one of the few remaining independent bookstores. Still standing in la. And it's right next to the los feeless movie theater in silverlake. I'm a regular. Hey man are you a fan of the skylight. Yeah dude i am. What's your name and so began another podcast networking friendship between two out liars and although we had a couple of generations between us it turns out that matt nye had a lot of things in common politics podcasting reading books history and the love of travel so i took the opportunity to spontaneously invite met into the simple cast recording studio right on-site at village workspaces and we were helped out by audio engineer jackson. Cantrell who was getting ready to host his own. Podcast named fifty eight k. About homelessness in los angeles. Usually i script my behind the scenes interviews with my guests but i decided to just wing this one. Even though i didn't even have my list of infamous questions from the trolls travel quiz but doing a live interview without a script or itinerary is a little like the thrill of travel itself in that. It always has to be fresh and new improv. Dettori and you have to stay in the moment. But before i play the interview with a wanna remind you how to catch up with all forty three episodes from seasons one and two of the show. Just go to the podcast library on my home page at eric. Trolls dot com forward slash. Podcast there you can listen to all the previous travelogues from places like deadwood south dakota jeff chowan morocco. The sinai desert in egypt carola injure and cremation ceremony in bali with susan. Sarandon and tim robbins and many more. You can also hear all the behind the scenes interviews with folks like bob marley expert. Roger steffens podcast angel. Kate ericson explorer adventurer. Jim dorsey and lots of other interesting travelers. You can leave your comments at the bottom of any of the show notes. Page subscribe and review the podcast on. Itunes which is now called apple podcasts. And if you like make a donation to the podcast all donations. No matter what size are greatly appreciated and we really need your help for season. Three i wanna thank matt for his permission to release our interview as a bonus episode on my show today so now just settle back and open your ear buds okay. I'm here live at the helt. Liar podcast festival and today is saturday. September twenty ninth two thousand and eighteen. And i've discovered a new guest waiting to be met. His name is matthew dark. Nl we we had a great Conversation outside and they have a sound studio here called simple cast. And i figured. I'd bring them in and put something down and hopefully get it on the show I'm going to ask matthew to introduce himself with this much gusto and detail. It's possible because I can't possibly do so since they just met him a few minutes ago. I am matthew now. I am attending this. Podcast festival As a huge fan of the medium and professionally. I'm literally managers. So i'm always looking for new stories that might be able to be adapted and stuff and fell into a discussion hole and Here we are discussion hole and never heard that before i think matthew is unique in literary literate thinker because As we were sitting out in the pod fauria out there He mentioned the fall of empire and i told him i'd never Hurt anybody who brought that up before other than myself. Because i have been talking about the fall of the american empire for a long time. Now i know my wife tells me not to broadcast that you know. A lot of people would be limited or not very interested in the fall of the american empire. So i maybe. I've talked about it before so i'll move on but i thought that Matthew and i had might have many things in common. Although he's several generations younger than i am and That's interesting because i wanna pass on some of the things my generation as learned inexperienced and those kind of where been coming with. All of this is looking pretty intensely for the perspective of people of your generation. Who kind of. I think been through if not obviously falls of the american empire. Then maybe stresses on the system at the very least living through some of the protests in decades past and everything. 'cause i look it. I'm twenty nine years old. And i kind of think about my generation of people in the current political state feels very much. Like perhaps the craziest thing. I've lived through at least eight conscious adult right like i was around for nine eleven and i remember kind of watching from the walls as the adults around me reconciled with that and here i am someone who I think for the first time just realizes kind of how like on the brink. Everything seems so. I don't know if it's like. Is it just me waking up and being like okay. This is always how the world has been in. It's always about to end in so you. Just kinda have to like grease the wheels and hope for the best or you know. Is this monumental a moment in society. Is i feel like it might be. Those are all great and impossible questions to answer and you mentioned before you'd like to read the history books twenty years forward to see what has happened and what historians and culture critics and pundits have to say but I'm just scared. Now for the future as i've ever been if not a more than ever And there were a lot of stresses back. In my era the late sixties and seventies and i still believe in many things we protested about and i think we did as a generation. Make change for the better. I think we were responsible partially for stopping the vietnam war and for civil rights and women's rights and gay rights and bluejeans becoming the trend in fashion. And i still stand and believe in all those things but now in the days of trump we just mentioned that the president of the united states was laughed at at his you an address by all the other representatives of countries around the world and That really does come back to that opening statement Perhaps we're in the middle of the decline of the american empire. And there's nothing wrong or unpredictable about the decline of the american empire. Because that's what empires do that's why they're called empires and they peak and there's been the british and the roman and the ottoman and you know the for centuries and we've had a brief window but with the speed of technology and history moving so fast and condensing things may be or a window of empire leader might be shorter And i have adopted. Eleven year old son from indonesia introducing him to this culture and to america and i wonder i fear for him as perhaps my parents did and all parents do for their kids. But i think you have a tough road in front of you. That is maybe even comforting right where it's like. People have survived this kind of thing in the past people who've lived through the vietnam protests and stuff like that and thank god you guys give us blue jeans and everything it just. I think i. Guess i'm kind of reconciling with this idea of fall of civilization. Whatever that might be it doesn't have to mean apocalypse. I don't think it could just be shifting power dynamics or you know distributing wealth necessarily but at least financially just in terms of distributing privilege around. Just making sure. I mean here we are at a podcast vessel and we we just had a panel of inclusivity and stuff like that and and everything kind of feels moving in that direction. Which on the one hand is a fall of our current american civilization away. Where if if we are just moving away from a kind of more patriarchal system and if the current climate is just the last in pretty fierce gasp of that system versus versus right now. It looks like a battle. It looks like a battle between White privilege men and all the people who think they deserve inclusion And you and. I probably believe inclusion and so would a podcast festival and Those are people privilege and education who can put something together But i just feel like the results of the battle are unknown in. They're sort of obvious in santa monica and Left leaning los angeles may be the state of california but the state of our country and then the state of the world and the muslim world and the rest of the world. It all seems Unpredictable now whether patriotism or globalism will prevail. I think it's completely unknown. Yeah and i am glad that you brought up. Trump's kind of speaking to the un and getting in getting laughed at ramli okay. Is this just going to be a four year kind of like comical punchline for you know just any of these global meet ups in the future like or you know eight years down. The line is america's standing gonna be diminished by this little bit of our past. I guess Just i would love to kind of talk about globally. Just because you do have a travel podcast and stuff but also you are very well traveled. And so just in terms of like i. My wife and i went backpacking through europe. Six years ago now and one of my favorite things kind of i heard that as an american tourist going to places like paris for example like we would we would be not welcomed with the most open arms right like people would be like how it's another wave of these young americans coming in and not even trying to speak our language and mispronouncing everything and just being loud and brash and so we were very aware wanted to leave as little of footprint as we could ugly merck right but wh- would really blew. My mind was how that was the exact opposite of what happened. I went in not fearing for my safety wellbeing. But just fearing that i would be an annoyance and instead we had wonderful discussions with people in every form of public transportation. We took we would go to a restaurant and we would accidentally leave a bag underneath the table for example and like a waiter at this french restaurant would run down the very busy street several blocks just to try and find us so he could give us back our bag and it was just every everyday was a moment of not not feeling not feeling out of place because i was american But feeling appreciated. Because i was like a member of the global society as opposed to like i. I don't know if that's something. I necessarily see here in the states so i think i think you don't but it is one of the reasons or i think i do a travel podcast because i can. It gives you perspective. And that's what you just talked about and one of the first things you notice when you travel the rest of the world is that america's not the center of most people's worlds and even there in the i'm of nine one one and I was in malaysia. Then and People in my podcast heard this story. So i won't spend too much time on her but it's interesting images of osama bin laden were on the screen savers of my Muslim university colleagues. Because he was the most famous and respected and admired man in the world because he had stood up to goliath. George bush. America is interesting where he becomes the david in that situation almost because he's going against the american sort of influence in the world empire he's going against the american empire which means david and then as soon as like. Where does that line i mean. Obviously we know the atrocities that haven't because of him but it is interesting to think about like would he always have been demonized no matter what just because he was against the american empire i think from our point of view he would have been regardless of whatever he might have done but to travel the world and Realize that your own patriotism or not but your own experience within your own country particularly My being from america is not primary on most people's minds nor could they have the perspective because they didn't grow up here in the not from here and they have the perspective from where they grew up and what they know and it makes us all human so when you forget a bag under the restaurant table a human being usually comes out and says hey you forgot it whereas who knows These days those things less likely in our country because it might have a bomb in it. And you don't want to be approached strangers less so much fear and paranoia. that makes us wes. Be less human right and it is interesting. Where all of my concerns even going into these countries as a as a backpacker with my wife it was just like all of my insecurities were coming from american Centrist point of view. Where like Like thinking. Hey me. Because i'm american or like it was all wrapped up in like i live this life of privilege because i came from this country. And what if. I go to this other country and they don't like me as much as they do at home like i. It's kind of an absurd concerned anyway. Because i am a guest in their in their in their city on their streets like they. Don't where's the obligation for them to actually like. Give me any time of day and it is interesting. Where like you kind of inter that. That situation spending time in american and so like they should love me and if they don't is that a mark against their culture or like it's just all so interesting when you have a little less expectation and a little more humility to think that maybe. I shouldn't even tell them america. I'm american because there might be prejudiced against it and it doesn't make me a better And i'm not proud of my government. So maybe i should be modest in earn and listen But i i was just talking about this to myself and some other people. Recently of how Economics really matter when you go to another country if you go to a country. That's dependent on tourist dollars like bali indonesia or the Sphinx is outside of cairo or a lot of tourists cultures and particularly poor cultures. You're seen as a tourist dollar. That happened to me in cuba. I didn't like it much. But i had so much more money than the rest of the people. They were dependent on me. But if you go to a culture that s- proud and full and busy enough unpopulated with itself like new york city or london or paris or istanbul. The people are just living their lives. They're so then you're sort of welcome to participate and observe and just be part of it and they like your money but they don't need your money and not everyone sees you a bill and you're just lucky to witness and be see what happens in that part of the world. I think that's a great point and one that because i'm not super world travel. They don't even really considered you know like i. I haven't gone to a lot of these places. That are so reliant on the tourist dollar. Because i mean even even in our journeys in in europe it was all of the i mean it was it was the hit so we did the greatest hit severe of right like we did. We did the london. The paris i think is off the beaten path as we went was maybe Wales or like prague which both of those cities not off the impact that far you know in so i don't know i would love to. For example i was raised. I was raised mormon and so a long. Yeah and so a lot of my contemporaries that went to school with members of my family. They all serve missions right where and this is obviously a very service oriented sort of journey to these other countries and stuff like that but just hearing their stories of being embedded in these cultures for two years and and speaking the language in earning the trust. And just the anytime. Someone can articulate that like subtle shift between Sort of being an outsider in like becoming more of like a native participant in the culture. It's it's beautiful and and did something that i think i don't know i do. You think it changed your friends. I yes and and not always to the better there. There have been people in my life who I will avoid forever. Just because of how they articulated their experiences in some countries like i know an individual who served as mission in romania and when he got back and i was the first time i met him and i was like. Hey what's up. Who are you and you know if you're if you're meeting people in this kind of like utah centric mormon population. The questions are like. Who are you bubble and number three on the list is where did every mission and so that just came up and he was talking about romania and it was all with like disdain just like oh it was and he was there for two years and literally your job when you go there for these two years is to serve yes it is to convert people to god if that is your prerogative but like more than anything supposed to be there as an observer as someone who is just there to offer your service for you to come back in and not have anything good to say about these people that you were there to help it was just like i think you might be a bad dude and i don't want to throw in versus people who come back and just throw their lives into the culture like i know people on the on the flip side who have served their missions in in italy where you're not going to convert anyone to mormonism when you serve in rome for example like this is not going to happen but they'll come back and like major in italian and like moved go there you know three months out of the year and just fall in love with this other culture and i think that that has to give them a leg up on people who just don't have that exposure like they kind of understand the differences in the cultures and the differences in the values and they can kind of like way them against Both of their identities rather than just one of them you know. It's it's super interesting. This is a side journey Do you think any of your mormon friends gave up their mormonism because of their. What do you call it. Services michigan missions. Even members of my family have where it's it. I did not remission. But i've talked to a lot of people where it seems to be this kind of like defining moment in your life and that's intentional right like I don't mean to tickets to down down the more path. But i i'm i'm no longer affiliated with a church and stuff and so it is very interesting seeing like Who would i have been if i did serve. And so i think a lot of people like they do go and they serve these missions for two years of their life in other countries and It just kind of becomes psych crucible for them where you really have to figure out like who are you as a person right and it's not even in terms of the religion just because like sometimes it's not a big part of the equation like 'cause you're just they're meeting people and stuff and so if you're not attuned an empathetic to like just the people that you're surrounded by it's not gonna go well for you And i don't know so. I think i have met people who kind of the leave the church afterwards because they just they tried talking about this thing for two years and it was never fun for them so then they just kinda like leave it behind in their past but there are people who kind of go enter just like the. Leave the church but fall in love with people though like. That's kind of their take away. They'll come back home and and really even if they're no longer affiliated with with the religion their new religion is the service aspect of it and those are the people that i really love. you know. that's a beautiful thing that's like nice to hear. Why not being a believer in god or a man of little faith It seems like like maybe there's something bigger than a specific belief in one. God jesus our our joseph. Smith's fowler earlier so that's why i thought maybe by being in another culture and that they're expanded somehow and see that their mormonism might have been smaller minded or something bigger than that right. Well i think if any religion that kind of stands on this hill and says that we are the one we are the religion like you have to have a crisis of faith. I think by just meeting other people in different cultures. Who were saying the exact same thing is you like. How do you have that conversation. Like to flip a coin rain. Where it's like. I come here and i say my religion is right. And then you're across the table and you say but my religion is right than like we heard the same thing. I'm napoleon and another mentally disturbance and says no i'm nepal exactly exactly and so like I think that sort of exposure has to be has to be very personal. And i don't know he's a weird form of like not even like radicalization right where it's like. Ju just think coming into contact with these other people in these other beliefs is a great way to kind of feel out your own you now and and i think you're Demonstrating the way most travelers who are people do that Travel expands your perspective. It gets beyond your myopia and your habits and you learn new things and you open up and It can be a great thing if you travel with that kind of open martin at mind and sometimes open heart rather than go on a very prescribed trip or even within a very close group with the same people in the safe hotels at your backpacking or adventuring. There's so much to see and learn outside of what you already know. One of the. If i can tell one story about this particular europe trip that we did it was. We ended up going to cardiff wales by accident. We were supposed to leave the uk but my wife lost her. Every form of identification she add in one fell. Swoop just fell out of her wallet. She lost her passport or driver's license. And your student. Id so we were stuck on the island for the weekend until everything opened in we could check the lost and found and stuff like that and so we found it We did eventually because days. No we have for two days. We were just kind of stranded and it turns out that you know a nice british gal founded on the street and messages on facebook and was like. Hey i found your stuff which is a big point towards The the human identity right like that desire to just like help a stranger. It was great to see but also just getting off of the path and kind of being forced to go to a different part of that island. It ended up being. Maybe my favorite part of the entire trip mistakes like that. That's because you weren't from and expands. You surprises you. And i just love that kind of you talked about improvising. Right like you being kind of improviser throughout your life like i do genuinely love that. The most exciting moment of the trip was the improvised bit. And i can't help but think how much that shaped me as an individual anyways right where it's just It was it was. This was very early on a trip and so it was very interesting. Seeing how more we were just way more nimble as we went along because we knew that like if something didn't go right not only would it not be a disaster. It might be the best trip you know and so we weren't looking for ways to lose our passports obviously but it was very much just being more open to improvisation on this journey this journey in europe and now i think by extension kind of this journey in life. It's it's it's beautiful It's hard to let go of control and fear but if you're forced to like you are listening that stuff or life throws you unexpected curve balls and you are able to force yourself to leap. It's the creative most beautiful part of life because all the creative stuff happens. That's great do you have to have like in your travels. Has there been a spot. That is your favorite. Because i'm sure that's terrible question. That is but i'm wondering if there was a moment of improvisation where you ended up somewhere that sticks out in your mind does most of the stories on my podcast. Okay yeah When it was hard earned to get there and unexpected things happen once who were there and magical things happen to get their one first. One that comes to mind. I wouldn't say it's the most significant but I had a fulbright opportunity in east malaysia on the island of borneo and we were way off the beaten path and we went on the old british steam horse. Colonial british borneo. Why and it broke down of course in the mountains and the engineers couldn't figure out started again but it was about the fourth time it broke down and had seen The three times before that the engineer would get off the locomotive engine. Take a blue plastic bucket and walk down to the riverbank and then port in the engine and pretty soon the steam engine would start again. So on the fourth time I guess we were too high up. They couldn't get down to the riverbank. So we were just gonna sit there. I into what was going to happen. it's beautiful. It's fun but it's also hot as hell air conditioner fans don't work So i figured if i could organize many people we could have a bucket brigade. I would go down with the engineer to the bottom of would have a bunch of buckets and we've just passed them up so that's what we did And yeah it's a good story but it's also good story of getting past. The language might passivity and getting a whole bunch of people to from different languages and culture to work together to solve. The problem is the most Like literal version of like the human global human organism. Right where here at the bottom from america and like who knows who these people came from as you're passing the bucket but like being on that unified mission to get the train. Moving again is like kind of the perfect metaphor for all of this. I think so. You know maybe that's why popped to mind in that bite of trump's patriotism versus global. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I agree with all that. I sort of like L. we've taken her own traveled trip and you are Smart or intuitive enough to get it back to travel and some of the metaphors of what we were talking about. We were talking also about the generation the distance in time between your generation and mine my son being eleven years old and the future of the world navy. we mentioned that already but It seems like if. Don't pass on some wisdom than i've been remiss not that i have all the answers because they're unpredictable and unknown but at my age seventy one. I feel like that's part of doing a podcast. And whether it's on travel or philosophy or failure you will learn from those things. Yeah you're immortalizing your knowledge at the very least and i am curious that when you when you talk about passing things along. What does that mean for is it typically cultural objects earlier. We were talking. About a bob dylan glassware for you. Kind of getting younger generation to identify with this huge cultural figure was a big part of your life. And so as you're kind of thinking about what of the most valuable things that i can give to the younger generations. Is it mostly musicians artists stuff like that. It must be all of it I don't know the answer not identifying it. But i just think it comes with the territory. So the fact that they knew who bob dylan was but weren't familiar with his music and we felt that that music was so poetic and valuable in its message and its beauty If i didn't pass it on It would die out it would die out and so legacy and getting near the end makes you think of dying out and I guess someone must say that. None of us will be remembered in a few generations. I guess my son and maybe his grandson remember name. And then you're gone and But i guess certain artists purse Persevere ride no one. Shakespeare will last. And because we'll ask. Hopefully miles davis and bob dylan. I always think about this in terms of my own upbringing. Just because now my life is culture. I work in i work in entertainment in hollywood and all i do is is look for stories. That's movies that's television. That's podcast for god's sake but that is not where my background is in terms of like my family structure like my parents like my dad is a very. He's an engineer and he's very handy and so like most of the stuff that he would try to give me was like. Here's how the lawn mower works. Here's how you change the light bulb like here's all this very practical knowledge about like working on my car for example and it was interesting i always had a terrible time because it was not my interest and on the flip side. They gave me very little cultural objects that that you know. Were important to them that they wanted me to have There was the radio on in the house. And so that was the music we listen to and then You know they weren't into movies. They weren't into fine art or anything like that. It was mostly just like very practical sort of things. And so i'm always fascinated by my own journey to getting here falling in love with story and really throwing my my entire life into it And then i know that as i get older i'll be much more in your camp where i think i recognized the power of these cultural these bob dylan like figures In music or i mean. There's so many setting mediums out here right now And i i think that they're almost more important than the sort of how to change the oil car sort of situations because there's so many things they didn't teach us about. You know my dad was also handy in a good mechanic. But because he was my dad and or and i was myself i wanted to have nothing to do it so it became very unhandy and identified with my mom. Who's more the into way. Then curiosity person in the family. And i was taken a broadway shows as a kid all the time because i grew up in the suburbs of new york on long guy went So much i mean anytime. I can see a child get excited about about culture and Get they're kind of like critical and analytical brain working as early as possible. I think that is in a lotta ways. The way the like fixed society. Because then you're just less. I think you're less susceptible to Partisan ideology in general And i think his empathy has to come through like recognizing the other side in being a little bit more like critically-minded just to know that there is another side almost like i don't know i think a lot of people don't recognize the other side and that's why we're this divisive place in the world in our country. But i wanted to congratulate you and welcoming you into the world of story. Because i think stories are memorable and they are the things that do remain culturally and that are passed on from generation to generation not just folktales and shakespeare but Good the iraqi will be remembered for a long time and movies are eternal because of the medium. But long before that you know. We have the history of literature and folktales. Before the written word they really powerful stories most of my focus professionally is in like the genre space so like horror and sci fi and stuff like that which is where it was kind of where my heartland much about that well. I think it's just interesting Might my parents who are still very religious. Like they don't understand like i think they see it as a in their parenting there like. How did you end up making a horror movies and what is happening and then for me. It makes perfect sense. Because i was raised on parables. I was raised on bible stories Some mormon specific versions that all my favorite ones were the goriest like they were. The ones were like arms are getting chopped off or like intense battles. Were no one dies. All of these like really exciting kind of like you know atrocious things like those are the stories i really loved and so now i just i found kind of kindred thought approach to these kind of stories where i can watch something In like the horror genre space or whatever it is and i think that are actually so good at commenting on society and everything like that Feels just very similar to me. Where i'm like i i don't want to talk about. I don't wanna talk about You know. I don't wanna talk about the calming the communist conspiracy in stead. I wanna watch. Like invasion of the body snatchers from that era. And just be like they were talking about this but through story and through Almost like watering down in a way. Because you can be didactic. And then people put their defenses up but as soon as you show me a story about you know pod people coming into your community and they look just like they did but they might be monsters like that is a beautiful allegory for the communist threat. And i just think stories can kind of Heal the world in a way Just to kind of tie back to where we're talking about beforehand I think stories of the best way to communicate these new ideas and actually like kind of get around people's natural defenses and stuff like that I have little knowledge or experience of the love Or the role and usefulness that you described for a science and horror. But i i like it But i've always said that sort of my life's work was changing the world either one student at a time or one story at a time. That's a one story at a time. Because i worked in autobiographical stories. And i always heard the most horrible grotesques neurotic scary transformative Wins and losses in students lives so i got to know them very personally But then doing those stories in front of an audience always move the audience in incredible ways to standing ovations and laughter and tears in its because each of our individual stories are microcosm of all of our stories. that's why we cheer for the euro and stories. Joseph gamble or rocky right and i i don't now it's it is one of the outages that i think always comes up in. My line of work is just like you know. In in the specific is universal. Like that old thing about stories and stuff. And i think there was a big moment for me and my life. Just like recognizing how true that was where If you tell me kind of a broad story about you know there's man we were going through the mountains and a train and the train broke down and then we got the train going and we continue on our journey like there is sort of like a it is a more boring story but it is a less effective message but if you kind of like show me how my situation is similar to yours you know where it's like. I don't know i think about anytime. I can hear a story set in a different country where they get into like the the how. How is the home run. Like what's the domestic light like. And as soon as i can figure out. How does that compare to my own experiences. I can start applying that same sort of thought pattern to like the rest of the story as well and that's where the message comes through and that's where the growth comes through and it's beautiful stuff. You have any plans to go anywhere. If you travel anywhere over the christmas holiday my wife and i are Just going to be driving up the west coast or we're going to be I'm a big fan of hamburgers. And so we're doing a burger quest where we're just gonna drive up the coast and there's like seventeen nationally ranked to hamburger joints away down there. We have all laid out. And so we're going gonna do my wife big seamstress and so like my thing is we're going to go for the hamburgers and her thing is she's going to go for the fabric stores. So we're just gonna do a journey up and down the coast. That's a worthy travel trip. So i i went to all the dog beaches between los angeles and the mexican border. So sir sounds great with my dog talk or he's not around anymore but that was clay And he was sort of a mutt husky. Sort of a white wolf And his I call him his predecessor. Because now my dog's name is caches. So if you can put those. The caches and quay was a big fan of mohammed ali. That's cool are there many beaches from here to the no. They're not they're almost non in los angeles and once you get to orange county. It's a little hopeless cause. It's so clean and manicured but then when you get That was Arielle who just walked in from The outlier podcast festival. Shout out to her and they're lovely simple. Cast studio here. You probably heard the door open and close. And i'm in the middle of dog beaches in southern california. Once you get south of orange county san diego county. There are a bunch San diego south of san diego And some of them are really nice. That's also dogs run free. That's about doing so. why not. Why not me across the face of time. That's a trip. I should look into because our we my wife and i we have a dog and i think the happiest. I've ever seen him when he's running around the beach. That's a happy dog when they sprint on the beach. We just bought him. A life. Jacket can actually he. He has his thing was he would follow us out into the ocean like my wife and i would try to go out there and just do see he. We would just be so concerned because he would follow us out. There and i couldn't swim. I he could swim great. But i don't know limits and i don't want to test and said we got him a lifejacket just roam free and do whatever he wants which is great. I always told my students that my favorite word in the english language was free or freedom so dogs run free across the face of time We could probably go on a long way. I you know what. I'm missing. Because i don't have the whist but i wonder if i remember it This would be the first interview that i do with the guest that doesn't include the cruel travel quiz But i'll try to improvise a little bit just so it gives us some consistency and will probably go on for a long time but we should keep it brief. Where were you born. I was born in las vegas nevada and then we very quickly went to bakersfield california when i was four months old five months old. Where you from I am from bakersfield hs. But i often say utah. Just because that's where. I went to school and i was there for long enough that it feels. I think a little more tied to my identity than bakersville does. Where do you call home. Koreatown los angeles. Those are the first three that i remember now have to improvise at a bit. What do you think A traveler is i think a traveler is someone who approaches new environments new people with Curiosity empathy. i think that's my ideal definition anyways What is your favorite place in the world. That is a good question. Favorite place might be bryce canyon national park in usa. Yeah it's a beautiful place. My wife and i interest Yeah it's out there Hutus your that's what they call those spires. I was just there recently. I'll really we drove from. La to bluff dale utah. Okay bluff dale right just south of salt lake city mormon city. Oh yes very much. So so I think i have a lot of i. Think conflicting emotions about utah's a state but The positive ones are tied to the natural environment out there. It's absolute gorgeous. What's your favorite city. I'd have to say los angeles to be totally honest just because it never ceases to amaze me We've been here for years now and it's never been boring and i don't think it will Think you're young enough to say that in our new enough in the city to say that. But nobody's ever named los angeles. Before although i've done all the interviews in los angeles What other what else to ask. Trolls travel quiz Out just wrap it up with the west who i remember Two roads diverge in the wood. Which way would you go. I think whichever one my dog shows usually leading the pack and we're usually chasing after him as we as we as we hit the trails. I would probably choose to unless traveled. I think i'd want to go exploring. Some people have said that. No-one said were there lead them. I have said that life is what happens while you're waiting for your plans to work out. So i think the dog leading the ways what happened right. It is like the most chaotic form of improvisation. We're just you know lethally. My my final question is always. Where will you go when you die. I think that i'm always conflicted just with my religious upbringing like when i think about the literal version of heaven is usually the mormon version which is a great version of heaven. I just think that. I wanna i wanna still be a part of things you know And i think that if there's a way for you know the human psyche to just kind of float through space. I think that would be kinda my ideal situation. My favorite. my favorite piece of short fiction is It's a short story by science fiction. Writer named charles de simak. And it's called desertion. Basically the premise of the story is There's a there's a. There's a moon somewhere. I think around jupiter And there's been a group of soldiers who keep wandering out into the fog and no one's coming back and so it's about this commander who is just How can you keep asking these young men to just walk into the fog and in disappear forever He's tired of writing letters to the moms. They're getting fed up with it anyways and so finally he's like you know what i'll go. I'll go out there and figure out what's out into the in the nothingness and me and my dog and so first. He sends his dog out into the fog. And the dog doesn't come back and he's like okay. Well it's probably it's probably. I'm walking to my death. But let's give it a shot. And so he decides to put the suit on and he starts walking in. Let's say he gets a hundred yards away and he starts feeling some sort of physical change and so he he. He thinks he understands enough where he could go and report back in. Help solve the mystery. But then he just keeps walking and at a certain point he just dissolves into a gaseous being that just like is able to communicate telepathically with Everyone who's come before. I think that'd be great. I like that idea. Maybe he'll be able to stay in touch with some people particularly my son or my wife that But i think that's a good exit point and the imaginary future okay. That's a wrap of this bonus episode. I wanna thank my guest. Matt dardanelle along with reo and ever from the podcast festival. Along with audio engineer jackson cantrell and the simple cast studio at village workspaces. Also shout out to my own audio engineer. Scott barber at the barbershop recording studio in echo park for re editing the interview listeners. If you'd like to contact please find him on twitter at matchstick man. That's matchstick with two. T's like his name matt and once again to remind you where to find any previous episodes of the podcast where you can leave your comments writer. A review which really helps the podcast in its rankings or where you can leave a donation to season three. Just go to eric. Trolls dot com forward slash podcast. Finally please tell all your friends about the podcast. Join the facebook groups and help spread the word. This podcast grows one listener at a time until next time as we say here on the show. Happy trails supervised by mandy. Amata sound design. Braille bermuda recorded by scott barber at the barbershop recording skating in echo park california produced by harry duran full cast. This podcast has been partially supported with. Uc capstone thanks to usc and the entire production team for their support. Please contact me at eric trolls not to let me know what you think hell. I'm doing anything else. You'd like to hear who received by listening to the podcast until next time happy trio.

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July 24, 1970: Charles Mansons Trial Begins

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July 24, 1970: Charles Mansons Trial Begins

"The today is saturday. July twenty fourth twenty twenty one on this day in nineteen seventy the trial of notorious cult leader. Charles manson began in los angeles manson along with three female co-defendants stood accused of one of the most brutal murder sprees of the century. You've waited long enough. It's time to treat yourself visit european wax center where you get the best. Buy the best bikini. Waxing is their particular specialty. They wax over seven point five million bikinis a year with numbers. Like those. you know you're getting the best. Bikini service from the true bikini wax specialists in fact european wax center is so confident. You'll love their services that they offer all first time guests there. I wax free head to wack center dot com to book your reservation today. That's waxed center dot com to book your reservation today and remember. Your first wax is free. Welcome today in true crime a spotify original from podcast due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Today we're covering the opening. Day of charles manson's trial and the vicious legacy that he and his followers left behind. Now let's go back to a sweltering morning in los angeles on july twenty fourth nineteen seventy this city and the entire nation had been waiting with feverish anticipation for the proceedings to kick off. The public hoped that cult leader charles manson and his followers would finally face justice almost a year earlier in august of nineteen sixty nine members of the manson family had executed a murder spree so grizzly that it had stunned the world over the course of two nights they'd murdered seven people including the pregnant actress sharon tate as judge charles. H older called the court to order. A silence fell over the crowded room. Everyone held their breath awaiting the appearance of the man himself when he finally entered. Manson didn't waste the opportunity to seize the spotlight. Manson strolled into the courtroom sporting his signature. Long hair a beard and a bloody x. carved into his forehead the was clearly fresh drawing gasps from the assembled crowd in a statement shared by his attorney. The killer explained his razor blade tattoo. Manson said you have created the monster. I am not of you from you nor do i condone your wars or your unjust attitudes towards things animals and people that you won't try to understand. I have exed myself from your world. It was a characteristically ramblings. Self important statement from a man who clearly had no remorse for his horrific crimes. It was also a harbinger of things to come. Throughout the next twenty two weeks manson and his followers would be so disruptive that judge older repeatedly had them removed from the courtroom beside manson were his three female co-defendants patricia. Krenwinkel susan denise atkins and leslie van houten. The trio had carried out the murders alongside a handful of other acolytes in his opening statement. Deputy district attorney vincent t bouillaud see described manson as a megalomaniac with an insatiable lust for power and violence as he laid out the state's case bolio see noted how manson had used the image of a peace-loving hippie to disguise his murderous intent. He also touched on manson's possible motives for ordering the murders. He suggested that the cult leader was driven by an obsession with a race war between white people and black people in the united states bouillaud see said. Manson tried to make the murders. Look as though they'd been carried out by black perpetrators by doing this. He hoped to spark the war. He was so fixated on in manson's mind bouillaud said his family and particularly he would be the ultimate beneficiaries of the black white civil war by the time court was adjourned for the day. There were still far more questions than answers about the manson families bizarre beliefs and despicable violence. Coming up we'll discuss the senseless crimes that define manson's legacy imagine living with a secret so big that if anyone ever found out it would change everything. Imagine carrying that secret with you every day. Desperate to one day. Get it off your chest. Do you think you could take a secret to the grave. I'm stephanie haeggman. Host of the new podcast series deathbed confessions the show where we dive deep into the most explosive things. People have admitted to while drawing their last breath from murder fake identities heists illicit affairs and even top government secrets this season. On deathbed. confessions. We investigate cases like frank thorogood the construction worker who claimed that the drowning of rolling stones founder. Brian jones was no accident. margaret gibson. A silent film actress who wild dying of a heart attack confess to one of the most famous unsolved crimes in hollywood history and ex. Cia officer howard hunt. Who on his deathbed confessed to playing a role in the assassination of president. John f. kennedy deathbed confessions is a spotify original from podcast. Airing episodes weekly starting july twenty first following. Listen to deathbed. Confessions for free on spotify. These are stressful times. You already have a lot of responsibilities but one of those responsibilities is to yourself. Self care is important so treat yourself with a bikini wax at european wax center. European wax center is the country's leading wax experts. They'll take extra special care of you and help you to feel your best inside and out the secret. Their signature comfort wax. 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On july twenty fourth nineteen seventy the trial of charles manson and his followers began manson and three of his acolytes stood accused of planning and executing the murders of seven people. The previous year. The killing spree had stunned the city of los angeles on the night of august eighth nineteen sixty-nine four manson followers susan atkins patricia krenwinkel. Linda kosabe ian and tex watson said out from the cult's rural headquarters on a terrible mission. They drove up into the winding hills of benedict canyon and broke into the home of director roman polanski acting on manson's orders the posse murdered five people at the house including actress sharon tate. Jay c. bring abigail folder. Voi- check frank hausky and steven parent in a horrific final flourish. The murderers painted the word pig on the door of the house. Using tate's blood manson's motivation for targeting. These victims specifically has never been confirmed per one theory. Manson had a grudge against the homes last owner music. Producer terry melcher. The previous year melcher had declined to make a record with manson and raging the egotistical cult leader the following night manson himself drove six of his followers to a property in the los feeless neighborhood of los angeles where they murdered grocery store owner lino la bianca and his wife rosemary. Again the love bianca's were not targeted and manson's motivations for choosing their home are murky but as the prosecution noted manson's obsession with a race war which he called helter skelter appeared to be at the root his sadistic killings. Manson was a racist. His vision for helter skelter was really a white supremacist. Fantasy in which a conflict between white and black people would make it possible for him to seize power in manson's warped and bigoted vision of the future. He and his followers would go underground during the war itself. Once the smoke cleared he believed there would be a window left for him to suddenly emerge and takeover the murders were in part. Manson's attempt to jump start the race war. He and his followers staged both crime scenes to make them look like they were committed by the black panthers. A group manson loathed. But he was also trying to use. These flashy gruesome killings to distract from other crimes. He and his followers had committed including the july nineteen. Sixty-nine murder of gary hinman regardless of manson and his family's convoluted motivations they're killing spree was a defining moment in the nation's history the fact that his followers were mostly well off middle class teenagers was especially compelling and disturbing to average americans. The murder sparked widespread. Fear about the occult and it's corrupting influence. On the youth which contributed to the rise of the satanic panic during the nineteen seventies even though manson and his followers were jailed for life when their trial wrapped up the damage they done could never be reversed. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. If you'd like to learn more about charles. Manson listen to our episodes of cults on the manson family. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound designed by paul liba skin with production assistance by ron shapiro. Trent williamson carly madden and aaron larson. This episode of today and true crime was written by. Emma did dan with writing assistance by terrel wells and fact checking by cheyenne lopez. 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The Sedano Show [hr4]

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

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The Sedano Show [hr4]

"Kirk. It's here. Yes. I want people to get in on this conversation. We're having earned the break. But before that we were just talking about it with you mean, Bill Plaski and windy bringing the fire telling people how it is. And you look at the comments on my Instagram and my Twitter. Yeah. Is it just me getting pretty clear when horses a Laker hater, he's just telling you the truth. Yeah. And enough said this before you really wanna know how. Everyone out there who's got children and their kids. Right. We all think that our kids are bailed apples of our is. We love the, but you go outside of their people. Tell you how they really feel about your children. I'm telling kids who play sports and things like that. We all all my son is the best or daughter. She's out there soccer door. And if you like know his son is really not that good. You know, what I'm saying is just you hold your children too high for steam, we all the Lakers at a high for like trust me. I like the Lakers brand, right? As a as a warriors fan. That's the one thing that up always admired about the Lakers to brain the years in which the success crowning. It's the crown jewel of the NBA. It is. And that's and that's great. But I feel that some people out there are furred Laker fans. Don't understand that for right now. The last six years has have not been good like you are not a good basketball team right now. And when people tell you that you don't say all we'll look at banners. And this for right now, this is what it hurts right now. And I want you to remember right now that it hurts when the successes come back around us that much suite. Of course, it's that much. We we had to go through six years of not making the playoffs. So that when you have that success? I think LEGO fans will now appreciate it a lot more because you've been spoiled. Yeah. You've been spoiled through show Tanya through the magic was on here. The other day said the same thing that you just said I'm trying to remember who that was man. But you're right. It was former athletes. Yeah. You get you get spoiled to a point where this is all, you know, it's the same thing that we talk about now with the Boston sports scene right to high Boston sports. You get a championship. You know? Whether it's the patriots or socks that just beat the dodgers. You know what I'm saying? Or you mentioned the Celtic ruins. You know what I mean to stop Boston Boston-based? Telling me that before we get to the raiders, and what Jon Gruden sane and sleep was going to come in here. In the next time. We have sleep reminder Lakers talk with Alin sleep was coming up right after this shell starting at seven pm Lakers. My Lexus outta Monica until iota Santa Monica problem. Members of the L A car guy family of dealerships. So you, and I were talking about restaurants like, we were talking might you into barbecue place. What blood so let's those. Yes. And you thought it was out of control. It's amazing. Yeah. So amazed. Okay. I love talking about food on this show. Clearly as you heard because there's people out there that can help us though. Oh, yeah. For sure. So I was saying like, you know, like, I I've lived in LA for a number of years. I had a previous stint here, and I've been in and out of town a million times over the years. And you know, when you always ask people like Mexican places, I mean, everyone's got their own little pockets, right, right? But you always like oh CASA Vega Vega. You gotta go to school like it. Don't get me wrong. But like can you someone else recommend me like a legit cool Mexican restaurant? They ain't gonna pay a million dollars for trying to go authentic authentic. But they've got drinks too. Okay. I don't want. I can't just go to like, the mom and pop place that don't have drinks. I need to our hall to go with this breed on its akilah aside. L Elserino, right? I mean, we love we love thereto. But I'm saying we just said, mom and pop. Mom, mom and pop. No. You know, what you're going when you get there? But so does I don't every corner. Right. Right. Right. So I want mom and pop I want and call in if you'd like or tweet us or whatever Instagram or whatever, but I want like mom-and-pop with alcohol. Okay. Mic Margaritas or or like, you know, just beers. Whatever I need like a real bar. Okay. Not just not just can get like a bottle of beer because they sell it. You know, what I'm saying like on a real bar? Chantey? Yeah. They got the. But I'm saying I want I want variety. You know what I'm saying? So what you told me a place in Playa vista? That was that was fire, but it wasn't authentic. But it was a nice little restaurant. Okay. Mexican sole SOL. Right. I went over there. I went with mother-in-law for birthday went over there. Food was slamming fire. You know, when they bring out the, you know, the cook the Karna saadah right there on table saw. Right. Neg on me. Yeah. You know? I like that. So Erwin tweets me right now, salsa and beer north Hollywood. He says spot Sawssen beer that. Just sounds good. That's cool. I'm down with that. You know what? I mean. You know, Richard is on the one ten what Richard. Hey, you got done. I got a recommendation is not really mom and pop, but it's really good. It's gala gets on Olympic boulevard in K town. And now, okay. Hawkins food. Oh, okay. From what? Authentic walking. And they got a really good selection of Miscou to okay? Now, you're talking my language right down on Olympics right through that. So that's right down the street ads right down the street premiered. Mason in Burbank. Mason go, whoa. Next. Next time you go. You gotta do salt and beer. You can't get a reservation. You can't get in the door. It's amazing food and they have a full bar. North Hollywood to salsa beer what? Hey tweets being says Ernie's taco house near universal. Yeah. Because I want the mom and pop, and I want the the drinks like I don't want Ainhoa rather vague. I'm just saying like I've been there. Okay. Just trying to the numerous affi- exactly the portfolio on the one one. Talk arena in Sherman oaks. They also have one in Hollywood and other places. Great, great, burritos and good beer. Okay. Cactus as a recommendation heard that one. Big busy tweets me L Coyote on Melrose pretty good and says show, I've been Jolo chose fine. Head more of it. It's more of a little bit of a chain. Around here. I've been a solo. Yeah. Okay. Last one. And then we'll get to the raiders will in LA. We'll what up. What's going on George? Also in beer in all thought. It was good. But you gotta try Lord in Carson, brother. It's right down the street from that where the galaxy play stadium of center. Yeah. That if it's got okay. Are if you show up you're gonna you're gonna get hammered. There you go. I need you saying, right. In just to top it off Friday night and Saturday night. The also have a Maserati. You can't go wrong with that. But sweet thank you. We'll show spot up over days in Torrance. Carson are no good. Or some you need just need to talk to your Mexican neighbors. Okay. Because they have a lot of parties and great food. Friday Saturday tomorrow night, though Pesca though, real quick before we get to sleep was coming in the next. Let's talk raiders real quick. Jon Gruden says Derek Carr is their guy career. He's their quarterback. However, they are also going to go to the workouts and workout kinda Murray and Dwayne Haskins. Right. Is that subterfuge? Is that Gruden just playing people or is that Gruden legitimately thinking about maybe drafted one of those guys and thinking about them for the future, maybe sitting them like what's the angle there? I mean, the angle is putting everything on a table. And when I say everything on the table when this off season started, you say how can we get this football team better? We have draft picks which they already have three first rounders. Okay. Then you go out to say who who do we have on our team and our big assets. Well, their car who nice little contract. He's got. But if there's an offer for Derek Carr, do you trade, Derek Carr? But remember to just a preface both quarterbacks have already had pro days have already thrown away and Haskins and column or so these are what we call the individual private workouts team just want to get a little bit. Maybe they like him, but you can have a private workout in really fall in love with him. And this is this is right commonplace for teams drafting in the top team. Right. What I mean like teams? Hey, get a private workout. And you probably go out there to see what they can do. But if you're wild away if you're like, wow. This guy's is Dwayne Haskins column ary. Okay. We gotta draft them. And they're there you also give the allusion to other teams as well. That the that the raiders are interested. Now, if another team falls in love, they gotta jump the raider. Right. So all of a sudden you're playing the show game. Again. It's just it's just part of the game is good. And that's this is part of the game. What you do you? Make sure you cross all your TS dot your is. This is part of the process to make people feel a little uncut. Trouble. Get a little nervous possibly the raiders at four could take a quarterback. That's what you want in this draft. Because you know, San Francisco's not taking a quarterback. We believe the New York Jets aren't taking a quarterback. So number two number three aren't taking quarterbacks and possibly possibly AirAsia doesn't take a quarterback. I one is still a possibility. I know they've got Josh Rosen. But the first three teams don't necessarily have to take a quarterback raiders are on there. And if people feel that, you know, a lot's going on high come draft because actually George right now, actually we are less than one month from the draft. Yeah. Is twenty fifth at five pm here on the west coast. That's when address start so we are less than a month away. I we're back in three minutes with sleep. Woah, Slee was going to come in here. And give us what he's got going on with Lakers talk. That's next y'know shut to everybody. Who tweeted me, all these great restaurants Mexican restaurants. Frank. Alvarez has show the eastside some love Majles. I listen, I was I used to live in Pasadena man for a minute. So more than a minute. So I was you know out there in the San Gabriel valley regularly and in that general region. So thank you to everybody who sent out their best mom and pop Mexican restaurant recommendation Slee was here sleep. What you got a spot where I am. I'm in like that Silverlake Los feeless area. Not that many good taco shop's out there, really they got they got. Got. Area. They got they got great food. Yeah. Thai food. There's actually a really really good Mexican shop. But it's like more much more Americanized. So it's all a lot of Egan dishes say that Kirk but nothing like true true authentic. They got good restaurants there, but I wouldn't say true authentic. Decent little place that serves Cuban food in silver lake that ELS E L code Janito. Very good. It's got. I mean, it's I mean, it's more like the San we not knowing what? Sandwiches, legit the Cuban sandwiches. Legit. It's the only legitimate sandwich. I've had here. Okay. So that plays legit l L coaching ITO, which means little pig. So anyway, sleep while Lonzo ball. I started the show kurkin. I started this show talking about how it feels like he's kind of grown up here where he's taken the reins of his own life. And be like, you know, what I'm the star. I'm the breadwinner, my control what's going on here. I can't leave things in you guys hands your dad or whoever else is there because clearly things working, right? And clearly, they're stealing my money. So I gotta take control my life. And I actually think for everybody was cranking out jokes today about what's going on with the ball family or the last couple of days. I commend the young man for taking control and taking the reins of his own life. You know, unfortunately, he's been every time. You talked about Lonzo ball since he was drafted. There's all these side stories either. It's okay, lavar ball, or it's the triple be brand. By the way, you know what they did. And what they try to do whether it ends up failing or not, and I think it will fail. It's it's also. Cool to watch something. That's never happened before. Nobody's ever took a chance to do what they obviously tried lonzo's twenty one years old. They love him in the locker room lake offense. There's a ton of lake offense that I think show a lot of supports Alonzo ball. They wanna see him be successful. Unfortunately, there's stuff that go. You know, obviously off the court. Hopefully, this is Lonzo away to kind of clean clean his hands. You get into the summer. Get your body. Right. Forget all that other stuff that the side noise that's been going on. And you could just focus on basketball. Lebron's really wrapped his arm around. You know, I think Lonzo right now, we're gonna see more of that. We're gonna see more of I think it some temptation buildings go on throughout this off season. You know with LeBron coups MMA heart Ingram, I mean, you LeBron has to be here committed in LA. I think last year was a bit different because he couldn't win a lebrons arrive in LA Lascher, George. Remember, it was after free free agency happen he signed in anyone on this. Slaw? Europe. And then he finally came then he started doing some things. But I think he has to commit himself to Los Angeles this off season. And I can't believe we've almost went in almost four hours on his show. And we never even talked about LeBron James had another triple double last night. Lakers beat Sacramento, they don't matter anymore. It doesn't matter. But you saw you saw some glimpses last night of like, Dr they look like, it's no see we saw earlier in the like if you had more time you like mail like last night against the kings and kings of finally started slump. But still though you saw the glimpses of man this team had everything stayed on track. This was a playoff team. And I think you hit something that's very important. They haven't really built any continuity. None. I mean, coach let's use Luke as an example. He was on the hot seat before the season even started yet was never any comfort level coach. None the young players. You coulda gone two months. Three months. All the conversation was what team are you gonna trade them to? That literally was most of the conversations like you're referencing here. Can they go into an off season where it's not just one year deals players feel like they're going to be here for four five years three years? Whatever the case is that's how that's how you Bill teams. That's how you that's how it's sustainable. I guess you could say build a team, basically, just build something. I'm not saying you can't have a couple of guys on one years or whatever this that and the other. But right, you're going to be putting people in a very difficult position again. And by the way, stop trying to reinvent the wheel. Right. Just sign players were more complimentary to what LeBron James is games. I think start there. That's as simple as yeah, they probably outsmart themselves with a lot of those signings. And listen they'll say they'll keep saying every single post game. Obviously, the injuries were big part of it. But this season it just seemed like nothing went right for the Lakers. That's why that's why George you don't care that LeBron had a triple double yesterday at second kings. Because it technically technically doesn't mean anything it doesn't matter anymore there. Out there done he's over. But magic one at tough guys. You know, I want tough guys I want guys around the rim and you need shooting in this league. And so I wanna see the way that the playoffs kinda happened a little bit. You know, how they start to evolve a little bit and see where the Lakers have to draw from certain teams now. Sure. So now you're actually watching the playoffs. There's a story line the scout. Now, you're scouting tomorrow against the wizards Bradley Beal will be the story as in their players Lakers are facing on a game in game out basis that are either unprotected, you know, their unrestricted free agents or their protect whatever the case is that becomes a storyline. Because all that matters. Now is what you're going to do in the off season. Yeah. It's pretty crazy, man. I it's it's while I would have never my while dreams thought they'd be in this situation. Never what you guys think of Jason Kidd interview today on the jump. I mean, he's I've been saying this for weeks. He's been lobbying for the job is very obvious. My thing is it's with any coach coaches. When they when they wanna be seeing they'll be seen and any goes with, you know, Jason Kidd. I finally saw Steve Alford come from out of the woodwork over to help saying when coaches wanna be seen. They know how to be seen in the timing. Tommy like all the jobs are starting to open up the season. They can't come out during the season. But when the end of the season now, everybody's available. It's funny how that works out. And it's funny. They all just come out of the woodworks. Is it time yet? Okay. It's time. Are here we go and jockeying for position Steve Alford earlier, I wouldn't to do. I had three freshman commit a crime in in coach that like it was given a response is a why he's not the coach at UCLA. What what are you gonna Lakers talk tonight? We'll talk a really just kind of big picture about the offseason talk about some of this coaching stuff and Trudell join at eight thirty that down making that, hey, here's must be sleeping revere right now. He's living ease living good. Oh, good for him. Yeah. No doubt. Lakers talk with sleeves coming up next Kirk. Thank you so much. I'll talk to you tomorrow. Yes, sir. All right. We'll talk to your mouth.

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Baby Welcome - COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

34:49 min | 5 years ago

Baby Welcome - COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"Uh-huh The council way not though we got doorway thing though way the thing that way thing not a thing the law. uh-huh the dog. Oh ooh EH in Now Now a way Oh I love only oh hello. Hello Dearest cozy zone friends over here. Six days ago in Los Angeles California on February twenty-second twenty seventeen seventeen at ten thirty six. Am Pacific Time. A baby was born to my sweet darling friends sage and Julia Julia. She entered the world at nine pounds and was twenty one inches long. She has ten fingers and ten toes and a radiant radiant beautiful chubby face. Oh my her name is Mira Eleanor. I'm MIRA welcome. Come Baby Zone IRS. I'm sharing the birth of this baby with you because it is in fact the most important moment of my life thus far I gave my sperm to sage and Julia so that this baby could exist I am the biological dialogical father of Mira. Eleanor but I am not her parent MIRA to extraordinary moms. Who got very helpful? Assist from me me but as you can imagine i. I'm sitting here in my my cozy Brooklyn bedroom having a huge assortment of feelings and so my sweet zone. I'm harnessing my public processing platform of the cozy EST podcast on the planet to share with view. What is going on in my heart? Mind in terms of this baby. I wrote a little letter to MIRA that I will share with you today. Even if you're not a six day L. A. based baby you'll probably enjoy. It should be a little something in there for everyone so everyone thank you so much for listening to this very special l. very earnest very vulnerable episode of Cozy Zone with Ben Weber. Here's my letter. Dear Mira Eleanor. Hello baby welcome to this life. I'm so happy you're here. I want to introduce myself off. My name is Ben Weber. I'm a huge fan of your mom's I have a hit podcast. Cozy zone with Ben Weber. That's me It's the cozy EST podcast on the planet. A podcast probably don't know what that is but it's it's like a radio show on the Internet Okay I supposed does have to explain radio show in Internet. You know what you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA get it. You're going to get the hang of it. I know you will. Okay so who am I. I'm a guy who really loves loves art. I love making it and talking about it I work at a theater for kids and families in New York City and place called Times Square. Which I'll introduce to you someday? But it's a big bright loud disgusting center of the world I love making people laugh at something. I have big plans to make you laugh for so many years Mera get ready. I Love Love I love Romance. I love a woman named Nicolette. She's she's on episode. One of Cho's own with Ben Weber. I live with Nicolette in Brooklyn New York. I also love a woman named Jen. I'm really really looking forward to talking with you about love when you're a little older because it's wonderful and complicated and there's a lot to say and frankly I'm I'm still wrapping my mind wind around the whole thing as why tell you this you're probably thinking Oh okay. I'm a newborn baby her ray. Wow while the whole world is exciting being in its own new and everyone excited that I'm here and they're sending me gifts and Ben Weber from cozy zone is making a special podcast episode. Because that's what always happens when there's a newborn baby. Yeah that's that's what the universe is and I totally get that point of view. I understand that I can. I can really understand what you're thinking that But it's really important for me to say that you're not just any sweet chubby gorgeous baby I gave your mom's mice sperm so you could exist okay so it actually feels quite important to explain all this to break it down. Okay so What does this mean? All living things have a genetic code called DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid and that DNA contains all of the information nation for how that living thing is put together life which as far as we know as human beings. That's what we are we are. We are human beings only exist here on our planet earth okay. So we're we're on the third planet from the Sun. The Sun is a star. Are we exist in the cosmos which is is beyond our ability really to to comprehend. We're just sort of learning about it So life you know we. Life is very rare and precious And so on our planet over over hundreds of millions of years different types of life from from super tiny single celled organisms. Which you actually were at one point To fish they are little things that swim in the ocean into dinosaurs unite. You and I are going to talk a lot about dinosaurs. Promise to monkeys. And we're we're definitely GONNA make some monkey noises. Oh Yeah can you make some monkey noises. Mira you're you're young but we'll get there. Don't worry so okay. All all of this life has developed different strategies to pass along their particular particular. DNA so that life can continue. Okay so when I say I gave your mom's my sperm. It means you have half of my DNA and half of your mom sages DNA. So technically biologically. You could say that I am your father but but I mentioned that we are human beings and human beings have a special quality That we call consciousness okay so consciousness is the ability to know with our our brains that we are alive and that we we have thoughts and we are aware of our position as thinking feeling beings in the world and that is very unique to life on earth. Okay so as far as we know we are the only creatures with consciousness and that and as humans woman's we also have something called language so you're experiencing spoken language right now you're already forming the connections and your brain you'll need to produce a language which of your own and there's also written language and you're GonNa Learn all about the alphabet and you'll be able to read some day and it's going to be great and so you're GonNa have a lot of language okay. So because of consciousness and the complexity of emotions and social networks and the imperfect way that we convey a meaning through language. Saying that. I'm your father isn't quite right. That's not exactly who I am to you. I I am something to you. I WanNa be something to you. It's very important that I am something. Maybe not your father okay So really really. I'm right now. I'm grappling with this question. Who Am I to you? Okay let me let you in on my who am I to you journey here. Okay okay So at the beginning of this whole process I was calling myself. Boasts spunk. Olha which is funny a little noddy. Sperm what. I gave your mom's Tom Uncle family role. That might play in your life. Okay spunk is also another word. For sperm traditionally an uncle and aunt the sibling of your parents parents also inspired by what author activist S Bear Bergman calls. His donor family members sparkle and the offspring of a sparkles sparkling. But you know now that you're here I I'm not really feeling sparkle. It's not not really a laughing matter and into it's just wasn't working. I read an article A therapist gave me about donor families of this kind kind and That gave me the phrase donor. Dad which I really liked the The young one couldn't really say donor dads so so They would say doughnut. Oh Not Dad which is very cute But again as I mentioned before Dan is is a little heavy and fraught. And I'm not your dad even though I'm really in the market to be a truly benevolent presence in your life. So I've been talking with your moms and doing a lot of thinking myself and I I'd like to try something out with you now. This doesn't have to be forever but as of now I would like to be your donor. Dude what do you think for me. Donor dude it makes me smile. It makes me think about the movie. the big Lebowski. That will watch some day when you're a little older it's sweet wheat to think of myself as someone's dude like Mira Dude. I'm your donor dude. What do you think we'll try it out so for now? I'm I'm your donor. Dude Mira I gotta tell you though your origin story it is. It is epic get cozy. Let me let me delay on this this epoch story of how you came to be in the world so I met your mom's in Applied Theatre Grad School in New York City. Okay and I think you're going to be one of the rare human beings on the planet who will always know what applied theatre is for those of you. Who Don't it is an umbrella? The term referring to a performing arts practices that are used for things other than entertainment including education. Social Justice this and community building But for you Mira it's going to be part of of the basic colors and numbers. I animal sounds and Circle Games and tableau and Augusta baugh shapes and food. An the antidepressant pedagogy a good life mirror so I I became close to your mom Julia. She is very wise and funny Eh and fierce. She's from Chicago. I'm from Milwaukee. We know some of the same people. So we have this sort of mid Western connection. You know now And and she really has like this profound spirit of a community organizer whenever I spent time with her. She's she's doing something she's on the move you you know. She's doing something in the name of justice like mapping out a march ruder. Editing protests. Copy your folding leaflets. She's she reminds me of like a young ruth. Bader Peter Ginsberg with curly hair she's She's incredible and your mom. Julia fell in love with your mom sage. Who was a dear colleague colleague that I admired deeply but from a bit more of a distance? Get your mom. Sage is like ferry royalty. You know she's like Sticky Stackhouse Sir. I played by Anna. Pack win from televisions. True blood. We're also going to watch that. I hope I got to ask permission from your MOM's if we can watch true blood it's a little violent a little sexy it's about vampires you don't need to know about vampires quite yet but okay so sage. Though she possesses these profound powers of healing hand empathy and gentle leadership that seemed to flow directly from the spirit world. Sage when you around her. It's like she is glowing or maybe like she is kindling the light from inside you. She's she's a magical person so your mom's graduated from Applied Applied Theatre Grad School. They got their M. as they moved to La and they got engaged to be married. And so- Julia came to visit me and in Nicolette lead and October two thousand fourteen and at breakfast during the final morning of her trip. Julia asked me if I would consider being the known sperm donor. If and when she ian sage wanted to start a family. Oh my wow oof lots lots of things flooded into my mind. In that moment I was so flattered. This is I mean truly profound come on. Hey you're very handsome and sweet. Can I have your number so I can call you and use your genetic material to create a loving family. I think you're so fundamentally great that we WANNA make a being thing that resembles you that's amazing that is so sweet so uplifting and validating I was so I'm touched but I was also so frightened. Would I be responsible for this child forever. What I want to take responsibility ability for this child? How would I deal with my inevitable complicated overwhelming feelings? And what did it mean for my own family plans. How would my sweetie Nicolette? Colette feel about it. How would she be affected? What would my parents think? Would I be able to handle the way that my life would profoundly shift. So he said I think about it. Ten months past sage and Julia got married. August Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen eighteen Nicolette and I were invited to be the bud honey at their wedding These are the folks who are responsible for rejoicing the bride and bride according according to ancient Jewish tradition we were the goofy master and mistress of ceremonies during the wedding meal inviting family and friends to come forward and entertain tain the bride's. It was a most beautiful wedding and we danced our butts off And I think it was at the wedding really wants bearing witness to the love of sage Julia amongst their community. Their family both blood and chosen that. I decided without a doubt that I was. Who's going to give your mom's my sperm cut to boxing day December Twenty Fifteen Nicolette and I drive to alight from mm Sandiego? We're where we are visiting family and friends say Julia Nicolette and I have a big lunch and talk about sperm donation. Logistics and feelings. The moms have been doing a lot of research on the legal implications of creating queer family as well as the necessary choreography of an at home insemination nation. I learn a lot and I talk about my feelings and and talk about maybe the kind of communication I would be hoping for and just sort of get everyone. Ready for the deluge of feelings. That are definitely going to come after lunch. I meet up with my friend Max. You can hear him in. Episode Nineteen of course zone with Ben Weber and who at the time is living at Sydney Australia but is in town visiting his family. Nicholas ex is in town so so she meets up with him. Max and I hike around the griffiths observatory and really bro out. We've big big talks about family and love and Star Wars. The Force Awakens we land at the Dresden Room and have a spirited conversation has always about politics in the evening. We all meet up with our friend Rami. WHO's an episode? Twenty seven of cozy with Ben Weber at a Los feeless Mexican restaurant. I am brimming with joy being altogether together with this incredible chosen family over the next few months. Your Mom's and I put together a loving kindness contract a document that states aren't tensions. Both state sanctioned. Sage and Julia will be your legal parents. I will not and emotional. Your Mom's think I'm great. I think your mom's great. Here's a little excerpt from our our contract. Sage and Julia who are married have asked Ben Weber to be a known donor owner as they attempt to start a family. The couple met Ben in Graduate School in Twenty Ten and the three have been good friends ever since sage and Julius and Ben a kind heart a creative thinker and a fierce ally in his relationship with his partner Nicolette. Ben has demonstrated an ability to communicate with respect expect and generosity and to work through challenging emotions with loving kindness Benz humor integrity and artistic spirit. Or just some of the reasons that at sage and Julia care for him and have asked him to be part of this process. Ben has agreed to assist sage and Julia because he deeply loves and respects them as individuals. And they're loving partnership both sage and Julia possessed the ideal qualities of loving nurturing and overall oh exemplary parents. Sage is deeply attuned to the physical emotional and spiritual wellbeing of everyone in her path she. She is grounded graceful generous and strong bringing light and love to anywhere she is present. Julia possesses does an exquisite mind and formidable courage. She encounters life's challenges with wisdom and grace and bundles up her loved ones with her. Bright Heart in their partnership. Ben has observed the ways in which they cultivate the best in each other they build bond based on love and support fueled by beauty laughter community and hope for a better world. There's no doubt in Ben's mind that sage Julia would make exceptional parents. He will proudly take part of the process to bring life into the world under their parental care in preparation. I got a thorough doctor's doctor's examination STI tests and worked on keeping my body free of intoxicants. All right. We're we're at may twenty sixteen A week before I'm to fly away. I see Mike Elbows one man show sperm hood at Dixon Place. Mike is a Brooklyn based writer and performer. WHO shares his story of being a sperm donor to his dear lesbian friends? A few things struck me about the performance. Mike takes us into his deep emotional world throughout the whole process unleashing insights about doubts and insecurities about love and romance and relationships in his own life life next. His process took a very long time. He would go to the fertility clinic month after month for years without success only until the team took a relaxing trip. Upstate without the clinical setting up a clinic did the pregnancy happen was was so moved by seeing this story dramatized before my eyes and left feeling glycine and relieved but also bracing myself for a very a long process filled with complicated emotions. Okay May Twentieth Twenty Sixteen Insemination Emma Nation weekend comes right before I get in my cab and head to the airport. nicolette sweetly poses for some pictures to inspire the whole process us. They are awesome beloved artifact from your origin story. MIRA as I'm sitting on the plane I realize I'm not exactly sure how the insemination is going to go as you will learn someday not too soon there are nearly infinite ways to get sperm into position to meet eat an egg. Would your mom's be looking for a direct deposit as depicted in the spike Lee film. She hates me. Probably not but anything is possible. Where would would I be? Where would they be? I been abstaining from making any deposits for the last seventy two hours so my generally busy mind is is a touch more graphic than usual as soon as I arrived in. La Your Mom's gave me my very clear briefing my battle station. The bathroom might target that Cute Little Mason Jar. Lovingly sterilize in boiling water on the stove might equipment My macbook air and a generous helping of coconut oil just to keep everything smooth breath. After I had hit the target I was to knock on the bedroom door where it would be intercepted by Julia. Who would then deliver the payload to sage age using a feeding syringe at this point or at rather at that point? I was to leave the premises as quickly as possible. So that your mom's could engage in some special grownup magic. Once semination had occurred. I would then make my way back to your mom's house and story a very clear procedure excellent boundaries boundaries. I was ready to dance so we eat a delicious meal at home. We watch bring it on which is weird. cheerleading movie and Go to bed the next day we go to the neighborhood credit union to get our loving kindness contract and our California statutory forms for assisted. Reproduction notarized notarized we sit down with kind notary public who nearly turns US away because we're not all credit union members. And what exactly are you looking to get notarized today we we give her our best blushing cute queer family maker faces and slide the forms in front of her and give her some insistent eyebrows. I see let me see what I can do. She says our hero notary notarize documents. Hurry we stopped at a CVS to pick up our little feeding syringe enj- that would be our key insemination tool we cool our heels at Barnes. Dale are park. A beautiful greenspace on a los villas hilltop framed by airy classical structures. I does a little reckon with the chatter in my mind. The little and sit quietly Komo your mom's do some reading then it's go time. We get back to the house. Light some candles and put on some vinyl stevie wonder's his original music query him insemination session. Number one goes swimmingly. I make my deposit handed off to Julia. I screwed out of the House. I head to the Los Villas Branch library and do some podcast. Editing episode forty-seven Spencer Lot in. What feels like no time at all the MOMS James Comey back? We go to the getty to see Robert Mapplethorpe the perfect medium the flowers and the nudes and the extreme in bondage. It was the perfect pairing to our day. We drive to Venice to have tacos Margaritas. The next day Sunday I get the the day off. Hang out with my friend. Rami we get a delicious delicious lunch at Mess Hall and go on a gorgeous hike Monday morning as time. I'm for another insemination session. I hit my target. Make the hand off and scurry out of the House. This time I had to a cute little cafe called alcove again. I've brought on my podcasting stuff with me because I I'm finding that staying busy with creative work soothes me. Alcove doesn't have WIFI. So of course. I I feel a bit trapped so I venture to another to hip cafe brew Coffee Bar in and try to think about something other than the possibility of my little swimmers. Creating another human being that will have a life and consciousness and emotions will feel pain and joy disappointment and rage and because they'll share my genetics. They'll oh probably also be able to see how truly weak and frightened I am as a person and they'll tell the whole world and then everyone will stop loving me. Oh my I I think I had too many expresses that morning the moms call me back and I bring them some gluten free scones sage drives me to the airport and we managed to have a nice conversation. Even though it's clear that there's a pretty strong subtext to the conversation which is yes my sperm inside. You know it will live there up to three days. Yes you're sperms inside me my wife put it there. And now we're having a conversation version as if we are more than sperm and a womb more than sperm and a womb preposterous. I've already booked my return flight and we're GONNA be doing this for at least six months. It could take years. I don't know I'm going to handle it because this is super intense pants. But I'll do my best. I get back home to Brooklyn. They wait June twelfth twenty sixteen so on this morning we all wake up to the horrible news of the biggest mass shooting. In American history at the pulse nightclub in Orlando. I gather myself together in head to a street fair in Williamsburg where I am planning on doing. Some live cozy zone recording. Your Mom's give me a call and they tell me they're pregnant. Oh my wow I. I can't believe that the stars were aligned. Sage Julian I completed our mission with fierce precision and love. I decided to go back to La Anyway to celebrate this but the news that you are on the way is challenging to hear amidst the news of this profound tragedy Mirra. I'm I'm so sorry to say but the world you've just entered is filled with suffering. I was telling you about human beings and how special they are because of language and consciousness but they are also really fantastic at inflicting pain on each other. There's a lot of darkness There's a lot of despair but the beautiful thing about you. MIRA and about all brand new babies is that welcoming when you loving you gives us all another chance to say Yes to light and hope and sweetness you who are already perfect but the world around you is very far from it. No matter how hard we try we will never be able to protect protect your perfection. But I promise we will try. So you're cooking in your mom's sage for nine months and I'm pretty profound denial about your impending arrival and I know there are a lot of compact complex feelings knocking around inside me. But I'm basically numb to them. I don't know how to deal with this. I don't know how to talk about this. I've visit your mom's in September. Sage has this extraordinary bump bump. That's you I tear up for a moment but my defenses quickly sweep all big feelings away cut to a a week before you arrive. I think my feelings finally emerge mirror. I'm curious to see how you deal with anxiety in the future. I have to tell you your donor dude processes anxiety with his stomach. Okay so we're it. Wednesday February Fifteenth Fifteenth. I wake up feeling terrible. I think it might be a hangover from a lovely Valentine's Day dinner with Nicolette. I go to rehearsal for drew. Peterson's sends new play the prizefighter of PS two seventeen. And I nearly have an irreparable accident. the Q train Irreparable reparable in the fact that. It's very embarrassing. When when you're a little older than you to Poop your pants so I almost put my pants? On the train Thursday February sixteenth. I feel terrible. I have no appetite. I go to therapy. I managed to eat a little Friday February seventeenth all morning. I have the most explosive diarrhea. I call in sick to rehearsal Saturday February eighteenth. I have no appetite. I go to rehearsal so Sunday February nineteenth. I can only eat little bits of bland things Monday February twentieth. I'm feeling better after. I think my feelings are working themselves out. I realized though. I don't know how you're going to be born sage and Julia going to go to the hospital. What are they gonNA do? uh-huh discover it's going to be at gratitude birthday birthing center and Silverlake Los Angeles and it is so beautiful so relaxing. I'm very excited for them. And you Tuesday February twenty first. Your mom's email us in the morning that you're on your way it's Romney's birthday we have set up a little love alter turn a candle. I like the candle. Wednesday February twenty-second. There's no word from your mom. You're mom's it's been over are twenty four hours. I'm so distraught but I'm trying to keep it cool. I go to therapy. When I emerged from therapy I learned that you have arrived ten thirty six? Am Pacific Time. Nine pounds twenty one inches. You're a girl no name yet. GotTa Wait Until Thursday February twenty third. That's nicolette birthday. And we learn. Your name is Muira. Eleanor Mirror Eleanor. You have changed my life forever the star stuff that leaves inside me and has lived inside my ancestors now lives inside you. The very cells of my body are singing for are you. It feels like every action. I take matters so much more deeply. I can't help but live my life in your your honor. I want to love you and protect you and know you and share with you. I want to be the best donor dude there is. I love you Mira Eleanor. I can't wait to meet you Intimately finding our And then you interviews. It's awkward it tastefully thing to be nosy in somebody's so so sweet beautiful

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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (06/15)

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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (06/15)

"The pinch-hitter boats kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Can't wait today mean deborah and it's opening day you may have heard where Just about all the restrictions or gone in california after this Stupid lockdown period in the last fifteen months. Now we've got alex stone. Coming on and alex are you john. Yes me me personally. Irritated as hell by this This game show routine. John and all the happy smiley coverage because i'm driving around walking around over the last few days and i see so many businesses gone. Oh yeah we have even the number one or the number two unemployment rate in the country and a chess. You just talk about insensitivity. It feels like he's dance on their graves. You know and and what. I find really interesting. Today is at the governor's news conference at universal studios. So many of the state officials were wearing masks. The callo yes guys love the reporters as well but the the state workers and then at the county news conference that they just held. Everybody was wearing masks. The officials and the reporters were told they had to be socially distanced. Isn't the announcement today of. We don't have to do that anymore. And yet everybody's doing it so it almost seems like the state and the county are doing it because they're kind of forced to do it but there's not a lot of state in that yeah in the county that they're not really that they don't believe necessarily in whether said but but you're right. I mean you heard. Chris ancarlo peace there a moment ago that i mean this even though the governor kept saying today now this is in all about. We're not spiking the football that we are the were remembering the six hundred thousand who have died from calvin not a day celebrating for the businesses. That have been hurt. But it's kind of a sound like When you see. The governor. Come out with minions trolls. Shrek and optimus prime today is a came walking. I listen to this what we do. Yeah yeah and then Then he got the official welcome from optimus prime's privileged by your side only in california. Do you get that. But but yes twelve one this morning the stay at home order been in place for a year and three months. It was terminated this morning. Most of those mask rules go away. But if you've been to a theme park today like universal there were still a lot of masks grocery stores still a lot of people after it has been hammered home for fifteen months in california of. If you don't wear a mask you might get sick and my die people are it seems like a little bit nervous and uncomfortable of what is the socially acceptable thing to do today and i go to cosco and i'm thinking oh man. I'm i going to be that you know what the jerk i don't wear one or you're going to be wearing one and then it screaming. I'm not vaccinated. Be afraid of me. I don't know. I don't know what the the right move is with. A lot of people are fighting with that today. I don't understand why people can't absorb the vaccine news that if you're vaccinated you're not gonna get it. I don't i don't get that at all. Yeah and i don't get worrying about what other people think if somebody bugs you it's like i'm vaccinated back on. John told me to tell you back off the back up so their business anyway. Yeah on the dodgers stadium tonight The reopening they're going to one hundred percent capacity fifty thousand fans. there disneyland. Interesting is when. I always have to say disney's the parent company of abc news as we talk about them that paid spoke sold. Might my paycheck does. Come with a little mickey mouse on it. I do have my disneyland name tag that we're giving that orientation but yes masks or no longer mandatory technically if you're fully vaccinated but there's no check their but children under twelve. They because they can't get the vaccine. They still have to wear masks. Because you know they're not vaccinated and so you know. There is still kind of this weird not. Everybody does but but young children being disneyland. A lot of young children. Dave got to talk to this family. Going in we've been vaccinated so we're super excited Our daughter is under twelve so she hasn't had the opportunity yet so we'll have her mask but we knew that could be a possibility and we talked about it as a family and thought you know this is a risk taking and then you do have those businesses that do have the right to say. No you've got to have a vaccine safeway which owns vons. They made it clear last week that you wouldn't have to their ralph's air. Believe you don't have to. I was incidental county over the weekend. We are in healdsburg. There are a lot of bars and restaurants around there that say either. If you wanna come in or if you wanna sit at the bar you got to show proof of vaccination essentially a vaccine passport and people were doing it you know. They're out other cards or pictures of their cards and then they could sit down and have a glass of wine or have a beer so some places are going to go beyond what what the state is saying. But i mean there is clearly that weirdness today and again i mean you see these news conferences where you are there for the announcement that you don't have to wear masks socially distanced anymore and that's what the officials are doing a religious cult. I like everybody to california. Probably looks that way. It's like the religious where you have to put a covering over your head and you can enter the church. I i don't understand. Yeah and at what point. And i'm sure it's going to be a few days for the general public to say you know what okay you know. Go to the store. And i don't feel like you know people are giving me the finger because i i've taken my mask off and more people will do it. But on the official side at what point are the county officials and the state officials say. This is what we're telling you. This is the messaging that we're putting out there now of as of this morning at twelve o one. You don't have to do this anymore. It's it's hard to convince people it's okay when you see those with the california logo government logo on their shirts and that early showing that they're still doing and the local counties and the cities are going along with this because you know. La county and places like santa monica. They were even more stringent in some ways. Yeah they were and what they are going along with it. I you know. I think at this point. Even though today's briefing it would appear that. They're not totally willingly going along with it. One is governor. Newsom has been it would seem then putting some either very apparent or not so apparent kind of behind the scenes pressure on. We gotta get this going and he knows it. Political future is is there as well in that. You look at the cal osha decision where they've been going back and forth as of right now still when you're at work if you were not in a room with completely vaccinated people you've got to. Actually they ended up not adopting data at this point at work. You still have to wear a mask. Intel this thursday when colosio vote on this new proposal. They came up with last week to replace that other one about if not everybody. Vaccinated and masks would still have to be worn and the governor Pretty apparently put some some pressure on california to say no you need to match what the state is doing and he will sign it into whatever it's not into law but he will make it official ocean executive order. Yeah i guess he would do to make callow shas. Vote speed up at that point. So you've got issues like that where they're still a little bit of of fuzziness in this whole thing and the governor has been putting pressure on cal osha to say no what you were going to do before were the rule was going to be if everybody is not vaccinated. Then still masks are gonna be worn in workplaces. That wasn't going to work so no doubt that there's been a little bit of a desired at to match so the whole state matches at the same time but all the counties. Yeah they're all going along with it. You know talking about cinema county. I just got a press. Release from them saying they're going along with it. La county is along with it. san diego's go so we haven't seen any that have said they're not gonna add here. They could they could decide. They're going to be stricter than what the state wants to do at the local level. But we've seen anybody doing that very good. Thank you alex. You gotta thanks john. Alex stone covering newsome's insensitive circus. They were giving away a million dollars to fifteen residents who got vaccinated This was one of the Was the grand prize drawing. They were giving away fifty thousand dollars over the past two weeks and they're giving away tacos and other nonsense but Honestly i you know. I don't believe in forgiveness. And a lot of cases. And i hold grudges cases and this guy did a lot of damage and i don't think anybody ought to be joining his little circus party with his cartoon characters and and celebrating now that he's giving our rights back. That's another thing that galls me. It's like he's coming down from his from his mountaintop and giving us our rights back while you have the right to walk around without a mask as if he had a rights locked up in in a in a lock box somewhere and now the beloved king is granting us our freedoms and that. That's infuriating it. Ought to be infuriating to you guys not in charge of our freedoms he never should have this pair by the way he's holding onto his emergency powers. He's not relinquishing them. And and the the spineless cowards in the legislature won't take him away Other states have taken their governor's executive powers away for these emergencies but not the Not the buffoons in sacramento. But he did. He comes down and another thing this this lottery money. That's our tax money this vaccination lottery money all these prizes. That's our money to begin with. And how many times do the next year. We're going to be talking well now. We don't have enough money to you. Know fix your road. I you know short. What are you doing. you're giving up money to people. Just because they got vaccinated. Why should we reward. People forgetting vaccinated. Everybody's running are running around frightened to death. This stupid virus. Here's your way out and it's like well you know. I should get a price for this good with my money. My money to give you a prize. More coming up. John and ken. Kfi ed john. And ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Kennedy's today coming after three o'clock. Oh we have good news this at two thirty in detail Bike bonnin was served. Recall papers today and we have a short audio clip of him getting served so this is good so today was day one of the recall process. He got served. And i think he has a certain amount of time to respond and then Officially respond and then Paperwork will be fired filed with the city and Once they do the approval signatures can be gathered. This this is a great day. One by one we are going to remove these dangerous parasites that are ruining our lives and bonnin is The next parasite to be recalled. So i had i. I'm not enjoying everyone out there from the pandemic coming back from the pandemic. I wish a lot of you would Go back in your home's that's so surprising. I know i make fun of the people. Who are still overcautious spooked. But truthfully there's not enough of them. There's way too many people out there. A traffic is unbearable. And i could not even get a cheeseburger. Easily in the in and outline. Today i'm so sato. I you know i had gone through a whole routine yesterday about about well. You know you're eating shy. My eating habits of people always try to shame me and it happened actually while it was in line because i'm in line. My wife called me and said what are you doing. I said mom in the in and out lie and she goes. You know those have a lot of salt in them. Can't you eat somewhere else. i'd love it psych. would you. I no no. I said people didn't used to do this. Just i'm ordering hamburgers. 'cause i like them but you cares but yours about you. She's worried about you. Know need for any commentary or criticism said actually happened yesterday again but the real problem was i got in line and when i showed up and it was the one in sherman oaks and i thought this is probably a twenty minute. Wine was a little long but for in and out. That's kind of average at that place except just never moved it absolutely just would you know very very slowly and it took forty five minutes. It was the universe telling you that you didn't need a cheeseburger today. It was the universe being a bunch of wimps. Because i finally got to the window. I said what's taken so long. I was mr ordinary customer today. And this this girl goes. She goes well. You know it's very hot out today and so we can't stand out in the parking lot and take the orders in advance. Everybody's ordering at the box which is just a few feet from penguin now right so that's not enough time to get the burger cooked and you'd rather people cook outside. Well she goes well. You know otherwise. We're going to be out there and we're going to be getting heat stroke and i'm thinking construction projects i pass today effect. There's a construction project across the street from my house and these guys are mixing cement. There you still john. They're used to that kind of thing. They're they're they're they're dig up the street digging ditches. Yeah as the the the prissy little burger people can't stand out and take an order. I'm sure todd or jason one of these generation z. Guys they can't stand my son Few years ago pitched in arizona and a tournament he's pitched five innings one hundred twelve degrees ever complained about it. And i'm thinking who are these wieners. How can you not stand in line and take orders. Did you get your burger. Bring a little parasol with you. Did you finally get. Your cheeseburger. Was young iraq i had. Did you ask for extra extra salt. A top of that was overcooked. I think they cooked it in the parking lot. the asphalt. Well you said you are not very nice to them so they probably did it on purpose off and it's going to be one hundred degrees for the next four months in sherman oaks. So i'm i'm right off that place i go somewhere. I gotta go somewhere else where. He's aren't so delicate. It's she goes. I don't wanna get heat stroke else like stop it. You know people actually live out in arizona in texas. They deal with this every day. Hundreds not so bad and there's too much salt in those. Well there are there is. I should say a lot of salt second time. You messed up your grammy now. But but the good thing is i corrected myself right when you don't correct yourself then you gotta worry yes. I know you don't wanna get a tax that you coming up right after denver's news it's great day. It is such a great day. we've got it. we gotta have. We gotta have some prizes like when you go hunting you wanna take home a trophy you wanna you wanna stick somebody on a wall over your fireplace and our trophy is going to be bonded. He's he's my city councilman in la. And i wanted to political career over so bad starting to stay up late in late at night thinking about it. Become an obsession but when he has done to The westside of los angeles is just so atrocious. So awful he sold noxious. He lies so much. He's such a manipulator. He such an and the people who support him. You're even worse your neighboring monster. And there's a lot of people suffering not the least which. The homeless homeless are suffering and dying On on the venice boardwalk and there's so much crime there in there so much filth and he's doing nothing about it and finally. He got handed the paperwork today to be recalled. So we'll We'll talk about that. We come back. John and ken show. Kfi shot ken. Show john kobylt and ken chiampou cans away. Kfi am six forty live everywhere and the iheart radio app. Mike bonnin who's primarily responsible for the homelessness in venice and all the filth disease and death. That goes on there as well as several other places on the west side. Many other places. mike Got his recall papers handed him today and he's got nowhere to hide anymore. I think the bit of protection collapsed when when mitchell farrell and echo park cleared out those two hundred vagrant that were living at park lake and cleared everybody out got l. a. p. d. to enforce it Gave them choices about where to go and what to do and then spent a lot of money renovating the park. Remember there was was like thirty seven tons of garbage and there were hundreds of pounds of human waste. Yeah well that's what they've gotten venice now. What used to be one of the top tourist attractions in. La county is now filled with mounds of human waste. In fact somebody posted a photograph of A nearby bay where it. It's right next to a storm. Water drain that leads into the bay into the ocean. And all this pu has collected up along the edge of the coast. It honest to god. It's all the pooh that game that it was it was storm water runoff. So it's like washing all the out of the streets and into the bay and then it floats and clings to the coast. There you know it's it looks like a lane. Felt that this. This bond gives us ponding gives us nouns of pu collecting on the coastline and today the recall bond and people finally caught up with him. They they they try to mail him. The recall letter by certified mail on monday they. The group said They tried to serve in person on friday but he was hiding and they could not reach him so friday. They missed monday. They sent a letter by certified mail but they wanted to stick it in his head and today was a council meeting. I council meeting live downtown since the shutdown and they sent a process server who found bonnin. He's opening his His car door. I guess he was on his way to the meeting and they had somebody taking video as well. Here's a short little audio clip free reinserted with a notice of intent to recall. Okay you bet better day. Have i love that. Have a better day. Play the whole thing again. Being served with a notice of intent to recall. Okay you have better day okay. Thank you door slam yet. So that's mike bond and he's on video. He can't lie and say he didn't get served. Now here's the statement of reasons. The recall proponents are listed. It's five local citizens. And the statement of reasons council member mike bond has consistently made promises to his constituency and failed to follow through on those promises since he took office. He has implemented projects bundled with conditions which he has failed to deliver when confronted with these broken promises project failures and policy issues bonnet has ignored constituent concerns. He promised to remain available yet. Refuses to ruin turn calls or correspondence. That's true i know that in doing so. Bonded has abandoned his constituents and ignored their pleas for help instead he continues to push for an implement his flawed strategies throughout our communities council district. Eleven has suffered loss of life destroyed livelihoods and now faces a massive humanitarian public health and public safety crisis council member. Mike bond is not solving these problems. These broken promises have caused his constituents to lose faith in councilmember baden's leadership in summary like bond does not engage with the district and did not improve our quality of life or clean up our neighborhoods. Our streets have become defunct defacto. Campgrounds sanitation policies are failing. Crime is rising and mike bond and remains unresponsive usually have a Doctors described someone Before their declared dead they say he's unresponsive and then they Check his pulse in his breathing and they satan up. He's gone We the voters of los angeles council district eleven intend to recall council member. Mike bonded to make room for candidates who will represent us address our needs and who are not beholden to outside interests of their own personal agenda and these five proponents Signed katrina schmidt. Nicholas rudman matthew steiner. Darren ref snyder and matthew riser. So congratulations to those five residents for Take some action because this takes up a lot of your time and nobody gets paid and it's it is it is really. It's much easier to lay on the sofa and watch them stupid. Movie on net flicks. So you know if you see these people if You know get get on. Get on whatever social media connections. They have for their organizations and support them. And when it's time said money to the biden campaign because nathan rahman's been recalled and she is that That terrible councilwoman. She's like a female Mike biden in Los feeless that's disaster to. That's where she let a violent gang members take over a homeless encampment. The gang members are taxing homeless people the forcing of debate attacks and the taken over the tents and they're selling drugs and guns from the tents on berendo and it's right across the street from a school and they've taken over a tunnel which runs underneath the street. That used to be used for school. Kids get to the school so they wouldn't have to get run over by cars and now there's gang members and homeless people down there and they're shooting heroin and starting their math and there there's violence going on and and women are being bought and sold. I mean it. It is an atrocious calamity and nitya rahman doesn't care the way binding doesn't care now that's so now let's let's count the carnage on the la city council. You've got to members headed for prison mitch. Englander is already there and Jose weezer is on his way. And you have two of them. Being recalled for destroying their districts. That's four out of fifteen so it's already five. Percent of the of the city council is either being recalled or is headed to prison or in prison. That's what we have for. La city government and he had the mayor. Who's getting deported to india. Because he he such an embarrassment basically self deporting. He doesn't have to take this. Ambassadorship seriously india. Right now as one of the worst covid situations in the world. So you're not you're not gonna go there to sightsee and go to the nice restaurants. The whole place is lockdown caught. A covert is rampant. They've got a one of those terrible variants The vaccination rate is really small. He's going there because he wants to get out of here. He's got that does sex scandal which is worsening around him the one with his crazy aid Who is Finding the police officer. And obviously you know the city has gone to hell. We've got the second largest city in the country and there's absolutely nobody running it or nobody running at hussein so apparently we've all got to do the work ourselves and we're going to have to remove these these these parasites one by one with our bare hands with her own work. These are a few of my favorite things. Listen to that people dying in the streets and listen to him. Yeah and newsom running around like mr game. Show us honestly the this. This is so unbelievably embarrassing. An awful john and ken show. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. Hear more good news. Another political corona virus. Jack whole is getting a punch to the face. andrew cuomo. There's a there was a task force on nursing homes that was put together to look at cuomo's absurd and deadly policy of sending infected kovic patients back to nursing homes in fact ordering the nursing homes to take them in and he lied about it. Covered it up You know eventually wrote a beautiful book honoring himself which sold amazingly well. They made a lot of money off. It a wrote a book. How great he was during the covid crisis and then it all came crashing down. The truth came out that they were lying and covering up their policy. The policy was was hideous. I mean it was like death. Camps stuff Sandy with the task force Some of the report was leaked to the new york post and They think that the directive to send infected patients into nursing homes was central to the story of new york's first surge experience and they said his policy drew almost immediate criticism causing the governor lash out at nursing homes but it spurred a congressional inquiry and investigation of the governor himself that the fbi is investigating so is the brooklyn us attorneys office There's also an impeachment investigation by the assembly judiciary committee in albany new york This was a sixteen member task force and it looks like Fifteen out of sixteen members voted to adopt this official report And they said it was unreasonable to leave the directive in place for so long because cuomo was trying to get covid patients who had stabilized out of the hospitals because shortage of beds but the hospital beds at the javits center. Were barely used. The champion center is the equivalent of our l. a. convention center and hardly any beds were taken there and they also got a naval ship. Like we did. They got the us ns comfort. That was empty. It sat on the hudson river almost entirely empty. And what. what is astonishing. This happened here in. La this has gotten a lot less coverage but barbara ferrer issued the same directive and we also had the convention center available and we had. We had a military ship out in the harbor and neither one was used. There was no reason to worry about hospital capacity and they were sending covert patients back into nursing homes and for a while more than half. The deaths on a daily basis here in la county came from nursing homes. Which is the problem. They also had in new york state and finally of course the way it works it takes to investigate this stuff and by now a lot of people don't care because new york is opening today just like california is and people want to beyond but like no cuomo should not be forgiven or you destroy. Their livelihoods destroyed their businesses. You should never be forgiven. Especially when you spent the whole year lying and covering up and trying to defend yourself is a somewhat tracy. Al vino whose father died while in a nursing home said that the report confirms what us families already knew cuomo lit the match and the nursing homes or the kerosene. It was a failure at every level. The nursing homes were unable to protect nursing home patients after accepting the covid patients. If the march twenty fifth order was not issued countless lives would have been saved. These were preventable deaths. And that's what the report says. A lot of these deaths didn't have to happen And the thing is people say well people. You didn't know what was going on. It's like now when you're governor. You gotta keep your cool. Yeah you don't know what's going you don't know what the right course of action is but use commonsense. Obviously it was highly highly contagious especially in the new york area. So why would you take. People already infected and put them with people who had lousy in systems. They knew from day one. This was mostly killing the elderly. I mean you couldn't have done more deadly job. If had walked into these nursing homes with an ar fifteen and just started spraying bullets would have ended up with about the same death. Toll says there's there's just this this is no excuse for this. There was no excuse for barbara ferrer to do it. I don't know why she skated. Oh i don't why because nobody in the media here coverage that see at least in new york you got the new york post and the new york times nailing cuomo to the wall over this stuff but here. We have flaccid impotent media that doesn't do any investigator. Investigative reports. no heart analysis doesn't build any case to show. That ferrer killed lots of people to what do you think you had so many nursing home deaths so quickly and it just added to the panic stereo because we were just getting raw death numbers and it took a little while to figure out like oh. These are preventable deaths in nursing homes. These these these are people. You know outliving in the suburbs. And that's that's what you elect people to do is to even if you don't know what's going on you've take a measured logical commonsense or spots now coming up after three o'clock we're going to have John albion john came on our show in april to talk about. What's going on in santa monica now. Santa monica has been able to keep bonds homeless from crossing the city border on the boardwalk. But there's all kinds of nonsense going on at the third street promenade in downtown santa monica and in the parking garages and elevators and stairwells. And i've run into some of his first hand and they have been fighting with a business improvement district a bureaucratic and things are getting worse. And now what they wanna do is rather than remove the homeless. They want to bulldoze a parking garage and replace it with homeless housing. So instead of these people living in the parking garage. They're going to have their own building. Which means they'll be living in milling about in the streets in that neighborhood permanently. We'll talk with john alley coming up on the john and ken show. Debra mark has news. Kfi am six forty.

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"Johnny show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Welcome everybody to another edition of this A day after a san bernardino county sheriff's deputy was shot and killed after a high-speed chase. We have the breaking news from about three hours ago. Bit of firefighter shot at a fire station inaugural dulcie. This is northeast of santa clarita. If you're not familiar with the territory and covering the story for kfi news. Chris ancarlo so let's get him on to give us all we know now. There is a news conference in about an hour. Yeah guys into at that news conference. We expect to learn a lot more in terms of the exact time line. What we know is that the shots were fired at about ten fifty five that according to la county fire on twitter a little bit earlier But we don't know whether or not that was protracted or whether that was an acute we also don't force for sure no we haven't had it confirmed in terms of the number of people that were involved in the number of people that ended up shot right now working with the The idea of two people one person who has been confirmed to have been killed and another person who From what we understand was was shot and then flown down to the the male hospital in down in santa clarita Or newhall in so the other part of the stories that we've got a separate seen on an acting and that's part of the reason i think we haven't really heard a lot of information about this is because that's still a scene that they're trying to wrap up we've got a house fire you've got You know the sheriff special enforcement bureau down there. Their version of swab trying to secure the scene. Of course the firefighters not moving into a scene like that especially given what we saw up in san jose last week and so you have these two different scenes playing out in a couple of different ways. And i think From the county perspective and law enforcement and fire. They've been waiting for that other scene to start to settle down before they can get more information confirmed and then talk to the media about specifically what happened and then of course we talked to the public. And you're getting your information so far from where really it's it's been a combination of a few little Trickles coming out from l. a. County fire and from law enforcement And then of course. The the death was confirmed. Probably about nine minutes ten minutes ago. Supervisor hilda's lees tweeted out that Basically a grieving tweet for the family of the firefighter who was killed saying that flags would be flown at half staff so that that was the first official confirmation that we had that there was a fatality involved. Here other than that. It had been sources coming through the saying You know it looks like there's a fatality but not anything that officially came from a government source so to speak And so what we see right now just to kind of give you a lay of the land on sierra highway which is The road that really kind of gain runs the spine along the high desert up into the mountains. Back down the newhall pass and down below where we are about a quarter mile to a third of a mile from where. Chp is blocked off. The road is where fire station eighty-one sits it's a kind of a little culvert and throughout the last hour and a half two hours seen a number of sheriff's department vehicles l. a. county fire vehicles. Kind of moving in and out. There was at one point it was. It was a moment of interest for me. But i i don't know if there's much to read into it but yet a ambulance fire engine and a smaller fire truck. Kind of move out in convoy with their lights on but no sirens than that we haven't much action here and again i think. Part of that is because the investigators around seeing wrapping up. You know anything they can pull together here while also taking care of the fact that if there is a fatality that You have a body here. Which would partially explain why we are so far away. On both sides of this specific scene is the home still burning and or are they doing something about that. I am not on that scene. I've been trying to follow it from where i'm at right now from what i understand. The bomb squad has has shown up there as well The flames from what i understand. had been tapering off for a while and it was just a wisp of smoke but honestly i mean you guys probably have a view of a of a helicopter. That's looking down. There may be able to to show you a little bit more than what i've been able to glean from friends that are down there. In from twitter. channel seven has reports. A man's body was seen in a pool at the home. But nobody knows if that's suspect. Yeah it's something that i can't confirm with a With a ten foot pole. Just because stationed steve. Still there i know he was doing reports from the fire scene You know i again. Respond to everything down a bit more. All right we'll talk to you later. Yup sounds good. Hi kristin carlo. Kfi news yeah. I mean if you stitch together reports from various sources some are already describing this as a disgruntled firefighter. Who went into this fire. Station in agra dulcie an open fire killing one and injuring another. That may not pan out in the hours to come. it hits the reports. Were getting trust. No information for about a year in fact used to have a three day rule. Now you did why. It's a year after the after this chinese story. It's now a year. Yeah well some of the tabloids dive right in. I'm reading the daily mail. This man then drove ten miles to his home for. He barricaded himself inside. Set the property on fire shot himself and his body's been found floating in a described as a water feature on the burning pro water feature water feature channel seven called it a lap pool channel seven. I was watching them too. They interviewed a man. They're acting who thinks that he knows who the person is that lived in the house. It might be the shooter. But he would only say that because he goes well the properties out here are far apart. I kept one hundred percents which ones burden there but if it is the home i think it is. I have little run in with that guy not only said he did a homeless registered to a forty five year. Old california man. It's unclear whether or not though that is the person that lives there owns the property or it could be the person who owns it as renting it out to someone else right right because but it does say. The owner is a veteran firefighter. Police have not confirmed that. And we don't know if he's grunfeld older disgruntled and this theme of disgruntled employees returning to a workplace to take vengeance continues. We saw last week in san jose. It seems like every single day. This is the story and didn't want the shooter's recently. I was at the san jose shooter. He also put his house on fire. I think he did right the guy last week. The shooter did set his home on fire. I think so. They're all the new thing that they're doing and i then he killed himself. I know that. I can't even separate all these shootings in my memory anymore. I really don't. I know just so many of them there too. Similar rates like Pissed off a bunch of grinches goes in his his co workers and your maybe kills himself. Maybe sets fire to his house. It's just over and over and over again you've become desensitized to i have become desensitized. That's terrible didn't you read the story that ghana gun purchasing boomed last your big time in that country. Yeah drove people. Oh yeah and then. Probably the defeat of trump among those supporters know. There's a whole nations had a nervous breakdown. Tender for ways and start ending. The country needs like that slap in the face. Snap out of it s mac. There's a lot of jobs available. Go get one go back. To work stopped. I mean drives is a horrible story for the firefighter and his family. We don't have any idea. We may find out a little more next hour. Although i kind of doubt that since the story is only three hours old. But that's what we know from official sources. Which would be chris. Ancarlo and the john and ken unofficial source. It looks like they're still trying to put out the fire if channel. Five a live picture. And there's the the buildings pretty burnt out. There is a fire in the middle of it. There's smoke coming up. And i just saw the helicopter doing a dump. They work there waiting for air support because nobody was to go in there because it might be booby traps. So you don't wanna take care of this from the air. That's burning for a while and see if they're gonna show the pool in the backyard there if somebody said voters said there's a body covered up in the yard or in the pool. I guess that's probably the shooter. All right We'll have more obviously as the show progresses and then we'll cover this news conference after three o'clock more coming up. John and ken show. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. will be returning to the horrible world of the homeless after two thirty. What a story in the also go two times over the weekend. That one of the homeless guys that was camped out at echo park lake and then that whole thing got cleared out to be cleaned up a couple of months ago. It just reopened. Last week. Decided he was going to try a new encampment in griffith park believing that he had the backing of the local council person for that area. And that's our friend again nick rahman anyway. We'll talk about the story because it's unbelievable and again he can go to any park and set up villages people to shoot up drugs and defecate and start fires. That's what this guy thinks he. He was put on earth to do and this nitya rahman is backing backing them up. What i swear. I got go to griffith park now. If rahman has her way the thing will be burned down in gone by the end of summer. When the way i read that story that nifty rahman is trying to have it both ways. That's what's really dangerous about her because they're trying to make it look like support the homeless. But i don't wanna go that far. But i don't wanna she wants all the filth but she skipped screen day all day long exact so she's got her you know. Her belief system is that people ought to do drugs and defecate and street and the parks. That's your belief system because she's one of those Democratic socialists right. So she's about undermining our civilized way of life however everybody in the world is screaming her now and she can't take we'll run through the story coming up after the news to thirty and again for those of you just tuning in. We're expecting around three o'clock a news conference to update us on what has happened earlier today. Just before eleven. Am somebody walked into a fire station inaugural saying opened fire and so far from what we understand. One firefighter dead another wounded. We don't know that person's condition and then although reports not confirmed the shooter went back to a place in acton and probably took his own life while burning down the home there in acton so all of well maybe some questions will be answered coming up after three o'clock. The other thing that happened just yesterday in san bernardino county was the shooting. Death of an a. county. Deputy he was actually a sergeant by the name of dominant vodka. Forty three when you look at this story by the way i can remember it and it wasn't too many years ago when something like this happened. It was big really sad news but it kind of got buried this morning because there's so much focus now all the woke stuff. yeah now. it's hard to even filter through the news anymore with rich radio or tv. Actually i turned on a radio. Newscasts over the weekend was all woke news. Honest to god. That's the way. I felt this morning to a couple newscast. It's like all woke all the time. And then there's all this crazy stuff going on especially in the city and the state and there's nothing not not a whiff of it just this thing this group this injustice this activist spokesman blah blah blah blah. And then the stuff. That's affecting real people suddenly i. Nothing's happening anymore. Right and you know what struck me about. Fifteen years ago on this show. We recovering attempts to rein in public employee pension. Remember that that drive. You have done it a lot but we run deep into it because they were ballot measures that we're going to do something about it. And one of the reasons that the ballot measures lost is because they were commercials that were running about the widows of police officers and how this could affect them and apparently was very effective. And i remember thinking at the time. Yeah maybe we're being too harsh. There are times when these guys can be killed. But you and i are acting like for most police officers. That doesn't happen. Some never even fired their all their years job and so i heard the story this morning. I'm like but this is. This guy did die and all he was doing was doing a traffic stop. He sees a motorcycle without a plate. So he decides to put over the motorcyclists drives off. This is in yucca valley. He ends up ditching his bike in the desert and running off. So the cops thinking you've seen this a million times on tv right when a guy runs a neighborhood to chase him down and cuff them right instead. He position himself for an ambush and he opened fire. And he killed this officer. dominic vodka. I mean that poor guy goes to work yesterday. Probably not expecting some evil person like this to be out there and all because he didn't have plates clearly probably go and by the way they killed him he got involved in the shootout. They killed the shooter. I don't have his name yet. I don't have as criminal record. It's probably a good bet that this guy had a reason for not wanting to pull over because he had no license plate on the motorcycle you might have thought that they were after him for something more series. And where does that lead us. Oh yeah when you release all these bad guys into society. They're going to be out there on the streets and they're going to be a danger wherever they are. I just saw a story in orange county. Where a guy killed an older man and this was another one who just got released recently and another assault case salt with a weapon case he was on the streets and and then he killed an old guy just the other day down in orange county. Well they've let us what. I'm reminded every time it is these guys they've been they've led out thousands of feldman's many of them fallon's who have guns they have guns whether they have a legal right to them or not and wonder Because you see in chases what they'll do is they'll hang back behind the guy even if they have to chase them for three or four hours and then there's a whole collection of cop cars and they strategically surround wherever the guy decides to stop or if he stops and runs into a building Because you always have to assume you got a crazy guy with a gun. And so when when when i saw case like this i'm thinking well now what what's the normal protocol here. Do you chase guy in a desert all by yourself because you don't know if he has a gun and then and then he could win. He could shoot you so i went. Sounds like he was accompanied. Says the deputies approach the motorcycle not realizing they were walking into an ambush right. So i don't think he was alone when they were approaching. But i imagine it took caution but you're right but wins the kind of nut balls. That are out there at wendy. You take the precaution that he he might have a gun and not go rushing in their. What i i don't understand because sometimes it seems to hang back and sometimes they they run up like this and i always thought i mean i think you should always assume one of these guys gun and is willing to shoot. Yeah that's what they normally do. The next i get out of the car and then lie flat on the ground with his arms wide and stuff so before they get any closer like last week with that guy who shot the little boy in the car right. You have to assume every crazy person has a gun now because there's hundreds of millions of guns out there and they've let out thousands and thousands of felons violent felons. So you see somebody doing something screwy. Odds are pretty high that this guy. This guy is armed and is willing to use it. I don't know. I don't know what the what the protocols are on that stuff i. It's a story. That's titled evicted from echo park. He wanted to bring a homeless camp griffith park. Things got messy. Where do you hear about this guy next. John and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou john and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app right again. Coming up at around three o'clock we're expecting a news conference from an la county fire department With some more detail about what unfolded about three and a half hours ago and agua dulce. That's northeast of santa clarita. Someone went into a fire station there and opened fire killing one firefighter and wounding another then. Apparently driving off to a home in and that was set on fire and it is believed that that person probably own life and is dead on the property. The house was burning. What they're working on putting it out. We'll see what else we find out at three o'clock. If that comes off as expected at that time here the john and ken show right back to the world of the vagrants and john and i both notice the story over the weekend in the el segundo times special by david. Zanna sir zonta assir. One of their staff writers evicted from echo park. He wanted to bring a homeless camp to griffith park. Things got messy this. we covered. What happened in echo park link intensely a few months ago they finally decided after more than two hundred tents and a lot of waste material to close it down for a cleanup day through everybody out. I can't emphasize enough that that these disgusting people created thirty five tons of trash and about seven hundred pounds of human waste that had yet to decay thirty five tons of trash seventy thousand pounds of trash that they're ends the debate that nobody wants to hear anything else that is so disgusting and so gross and they had. What was it like thirty forty pounds. A needles yes. So don't you just hit the road get out of here. I don't wanna hear anything coming out of your yap about this. All this stuff passed close and be cleaned out and throw these guys in jail after one of the last holdouts at echo park lake is a guy by the name of raymond ahmed he and a few others decided to go over griffith park and set up a new camp griffith park which was the scene of a horrible fire back in two thousand and seven. It's a high fire danger. It also happens to be in the council district of a woman by the name of nitya. Rahman now i'm is acting like he got permission. Or he was told by representatives in romans office that yeah go and camp there of course. They're denying that but park rangers. Said you can't stay here and eventually arrested a group of these homeless people and went further by saying that apparently robbins office seem to interfere with their efforts to get these homeless people at a very high fire. Danger zone in griffith park. Of course she did because these people like baden rahman they don't care if people's homes burned they don't care if entire neighborhoods burn l. For all the animals burned to death at the griffith park zoo. They don't care. They're on a higher mission with god to give these homeless people their right to defecate in the street that seems to be their north northstar right now by gavin newsom marshall mcclain's president of the los angeles airport peace officers association. That's the union that represents the park rangers. And he said one of nifty rahman's. Aides interfered with the work of park rangers to clear out that encampment. One of the people. There's two of them worth quoting here. Besides amid caleb crowder is an activist who was also arrested that night. He tried to tell the rangers. The cdc says you should leave encampments and place during covid. Nineteen housing options are not available. Thanks dr fauci. This brings us to something. Called ground game los angeles and the quote of the article which comes from somebody named bill. Pris- lucky ground games executive director i. He says homeless people should not be arrested for simply setting up tents and parks and many ads. If an outreach worker has offered a shelter better a hotel room the homeless should have the right to say no and stay where they are see. That's what we're dealing with. The offer is being shelter not a voucher but housing then unequivocally yes they should be allowed to stay in the park said. Should i think that's a polish name. Joe lucky because you could try it. It's pr z. Y. yeah that's a jew. Sound shoe you. Yeah so jill. Lucky people here. I think for all right but the thing is he smokes out their real agenda here. If there isn't a house for all seventy thousand homeless in the county that means seventy thousand homes that not shelter right not a bad not attempt right now in a parking lot not even what bond offering claw they could because permanent supportive housing even some of the most restrictive court decisions had just said. Hey it's a bed which means it could be a better to shelter. This is where we are now over his fight but the thing the thing is this is a complete wack job and he's part of this extended group that wants to ruin our way of life because the next thing is there at the same time. This crowd is working on. Rezoning your neighborhood so they have to build apartment buildings right right. Your neighbor sells out. Developer comes in puts up an apartment building. Well what's next after that. Oh affordable housing for the homeless in that apartment building. And now you've got thirty guys defecating on your front lawn and they're your neighbors across the street and this. This is really where they're headed. I'm just watching. These would seemingly unrelated stories or not unrelated. they're all part of the same movement ear which is to destroy suburban life. It's immoral to them. We had this same fight. The one you just described them with rehab homes in people's neighborhoods. Remember that years ago. Yeah with the drug addicts and there was all these companies were enticing drug addicts from all around the country to come to the beaches of orange county and live in a nice home in a nice neighborhood and we'll take care of you instead. They ripped off. Most insurance money ran out. They dumped him in the street story a lot yet. Most of them are criminal operations. Now i guess the homeless don't even go to those anymore. They just go straight venice beach bright or they go to echo park lake or because look you've got bonded and rahman the practically advertising around the world coming here. We won't bother you. And then you have these whack-job advocates who i'd love to see the funding for this for this group Ground game. how are they getting their money. And what are the salaries of the people involved like this guys. You lookie. how much is he making. And he can stand there. All arrogant pompous sag. Well event is in housing. Then they should be allowed to stay in the part both sheltered voucher. it's gotta be housing. How much how does your lucky. What's a salary as you making this way. I want to know because i wonder is part. The whole complex the indus- only hoped faked on profits are getting millions of dollars in grants. And this guy's getting six figure salary. I don't know but i want though there's one more person to talk about in this story. This is a good one. Tampa the yellows tampa yellow says a field manager for elliot city. Councilwoman nitya ramat. Jesse zwick a spokes hole for rahman said no one. The council office suggested it would be okay for homeless people to sleep in griffith park but he did confirm that this tampa yellows asked rangers not to make arrests well. The head of the park rangers union. I mentioned before. Marshall mclean said. He believed rahman staffers blurred the lines between their duties and the activism of this group called ground game which by the way supports the abolition of lapd statelessness filing show. That yellow suit served last year as chief executive of ground game. How about that and now. She's a staffer. Diptheria robbins office. You see the connection. eli see. The activists have now infiltrated the city. Council she co hosted and field director she also co hosted an episode of the ground game video production called night discussing discussing police brutality. The defunding the police movement and the international use of the acronym. Aca all cops bastards. don't they know acronyms racists. We learned a few months six same. I know he can. And then yellows said the police suck here and they suck in latin america so she is some of the times makes the distinction. She wasn't employed by the city at the time. She made that comment. So get up all right because she doesn't have those thoughts now actually. She's cleaning she's having slate she's not trying to implement that policy is she now. The thing is because griffith park is covered by the park rangers. They don't have to answer to nitya rahman nitya rahman and bonded push around. Lapd because lapd has a terrible leader. This michael moore. He's really weak. And he lets the council people push the cops around so in bonn and rahman call the local precincts. Hey don't arrest the people in in the park. Police listen right but the park rangers. that's a separate organization. Give a fig what nitya rahman asked to say. They're not going to let the park burned-out and that's what mclean says if you have somebody with that mentality working in a position in la city council members office. What do you think that's gonna mean who sired that person going to take and that is. The plan plan is together infiltrate infiltrate on the inside. They have infiltrated neighborhood councils. They have infiltrated the city council. Now they've infiltrated the staffs at city hall. That's why they allow this to go on and that's why they don't respond to your complaints. This is by design. This isn't an accident. this isn't just apathy this is activism. it's in disguise. But i'm sure yellows is not the only person with one of these radical anarchy groups to get inside government. Yeah yeah she's now right inside there. She's got this year not that that woman was already out there on the homeless. But if you're revenue found out with the los feeless gang encampment right. She's a social democrat. She's not a regular democrat. she's a social democrat. So she's way out on the french and these people are about abolishing prisons abolishing the police letting the homeless run free ruining suburban neighborhoods. They say it on their websites. Go look it up. And some of them are funded by our tax money. Where do you think are prop h h h h. Money is going to these. Fake nonprofit groups were making big salaries and then they leave. They leave the organization and they go work inside at city hall. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty. Why everywhere on the iheartradio app expecting a news conference to start around. Three o'clock annoys happen on time. We'll see this concerns to the apparent shooting. Death of an la county firefighter. In a fire station and agra adults northeast of santa clarita and reports that the shooter then drove off to a home in acton. Set it on fire and killed himself. That's the best information we have now. It was also fire. Fire wounded in that shooting at the firehouse. Some reports are that it was a disgruntled firefighter either. Current or past. We don't know we'll see what happens. Stay tuned to kfi. For all the latest. Chris ancarlo end steve gregory story. And you'll get more details as soon as we get them. This story in n. P. r. standing for national public radio dealing with the cost of homeless housing in la. What we're talking about as tense in a parking lot. This is kind of bonds idea. The main theme of the story is two thousand. Six hundred dollars per per month too high and most people in this story said you could probably find that apartment for that money. You're putting these people in a tent. Which brings us to a nonprofit to keep an eye on. We've been talking a lot on the show about the homeless industrial complex. I don't know a lot about urban alchemy. But that is the nonprofit. That's running this campsite. Which apparently is close to downtown los angeles and it's called the first city sanctioned camp ground it's beside the one on one freeway in east hollywood to give you an idea. Seventy tents twelve by twelve foot spots marked by white squares painted on the asphalt and the debate in this story is is are we spending too much for tents and a parking lot it might be able to find them something like a real apartment. Well two thousand six hundred sixty three dollars per tent per month that is higher than what a typical one bedroom apartment reds. Four in the city. Yes the response from alchemy as but that includes meals sanitation staffing right. Got all this overhead guys -partment. We wouldn't get. How much do we owe these people. Ellery thing why. Why do we owe them all of that. We owe them all these meals. And what are the services exactly. Is that the free drugs. No i thought it was Counseling mental health job. Counseling counts what percent ridge on taking the part of urban alchemy. Fast food restaurant. Over the weekend and i saw they had a basket with applications. There's plenty of jobs out there. Walk into the fast food. Burger joint picked up that application. Fill it out. They're going to hire you in five minutes whenever the story takes a twist right near the end after the debate whether or not it's too much money just for attempted a parking lot a job post guy who is running for mayor kind of defended and you know why he defends it. He says it's one of the ways that we can enforce the anti laws near you go. You got some place in the parking lot you get meals sanitation security and then one of the activists in the says ono. This can't be the place. I'll say you now going to criminalise. Who turned down the tent. You see how it changes you. Give him the tents are not good enough not good. It's an endless game because again. If you solve the problem who would lose yourself that who loses all the middlemen lose all the nonprofits who are taking tax money. They are not nonprofits. I'm never going to use that word anymore. they're profiting these people are making good salaries. And this also i take issue with this idea that Whereas sky courting and what pages that. Because there's there's the it's near the end. I don't have pages. I just have a whole. I'm looking out of seattle. Okay right near the. Yeah he said. La city council member. Joe bus guy ain't no says enforcement as part of the point because this this campground is accommodating seventy tents seventy tents we have seventy thousand people sleeping in the streets here in la county seventy thousand so this handles one one thousand of the problem. Where are you gonna find sixty nine thousand nine hundred and thirty other tents to lay out in the camp where we're gonna find where you gonna take over all the parking lots you can find. Yeah we're gonna find another thousand parking. Lots the lay in the tents well. I thought the pandemic empty lot of office buildings are going to take those over or actually. Today i saw the story. And maybe they're at all the abandoned shopping malls and shopping centers. Oh yeah we're trying to get somebody on about that story. At in city council members been Tracking the attempts to take local housing jurisdiction away from like local city councils so they can turn over shopping. Centers balls right to housing. Yeah so look at Oh my god. There's a nearly abandoned shopping center just around the block from me. Oh yeah just go. They used to be probably. You have homeless people to them to the vet center. They should half mile away. They can put like a bottom in there. There's there's really only a bank and report that no. That's what's going to happen though. I i just thought of this. It's like wait a second. We have one of these places used to be about twenty businesses. they're eighteen of the twenty year gone. I won't all nother story. I've heard we'll see what happens. We're expecting this news conference over the shooting at the fire station and agua dulcie which cost the life of la county firefighter in injured. At least one other will stand by for that. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty.

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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (09/20)

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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (09/20)

"John and ken show john and ken chiampou. It's kfi am. Six forty live everywhere on the radio. Yeah hi welcome everybody back. We're ready to tear into it for another week. But of course we go back a couple of days. I on this show to friday. We're friday night debra. Mark on an earthquake. I did and i felt it turned out to be a four point. Three and i was closer to the epicenter than either one of you to carson is where it was in the south bay It was a pretty good one. I was upstairs in the bedroom. Not doing anything in particular thing. I just turned the tv on and the shaking. Start that crap a good twenty or thirty seconds really. Yeah i was. Yes yes. I only got a jolt one on. Why did she get. She's she's even further up there in the valley than one little jolt for me and i knew ken. I was thinking about you. Can i was thinking cans rock and enrolling in this one. That's right brookshire falling on his head. Yeah i didn't have your number. So i text john to tell him Pretty here yeah. I know i later. He wrote back. Yeah we felt a jolt that is it was just and there was no role. There is no shaking me. Up and down on bumper-to-bumper bump. I told you i told you now. The next one is going to be the real big one. We're all gonna feel it. And why did you get such a strong shake. Let me put my geologist hat on sensitive and my dogs. You know what it's so weird. Always bracing for eighty jolt is like oh my god and my started running down the stairs and i'm trying to get them because i'm thinking. Oh my gosh again if this is it then the house is gonna fall on these poor dogs. That are running down about halfway in between the two you almost in a direct line there you are. That's an odd earthquakes. Anything is a big deal to me. A big factor is what we doing. Because sometimes if you're doing something active you might not notice. It is my car. You're we're sitting at the kitchen table. I'm disappointed i would like to felt that The whole experience. I feel sad. I'm feel left out. Oh poor jammed. You'll have another one. don't you. Were a good egg beater. Quick something really really shakes up your insights see. Play the game of immediately. How far away. How far away you. I didn't know where it was. Obviously but i guess right. I said that's between a four or five and four point three. Yeah you were really because it's all it's bigger it's bigger you sure you weren't on one of your Wet brownies maybe no. I wasn't having an edible now. I was just hanging out with my little dogs and all of a sudden. I heard the noise need them. That's a good market. They simulator be way more relaxed. An earthquake shaking was considered moderates. I've not heard of this before. The modified moore kelly intensity scale. Have you guys ever heard of that before. I have one on my and obviously people down at carson torrance wilmington gardena compton. Even into long beach probably felt it more than just about anybody else. But oh what i did. Do i turned on the tv. The only one that has live news at eight pm is channel nine. Nothing for the first couple of minutes. I'm like what the hell i did. But i guess they were trying to get it together. Yeah that's why. I didn't think much still talk about. Covert or something. Go on twitter. It was right there. Oh yes the other part of this conversation but eventually they showed that refinery carson that was flaring. And i'm like how many people turning on the tv right now can see that and think. Oh my god. The refineries burning it's blowing up. It's i guess if they lost power. So that's what they do to burn off excess gas they flare. It's like a little fire coming out of the top of those. So they set fire to the gas. And i guess that's what they do and it's called flaring but yeah debra mark is right Apparently this was number one in the usa. Friday night trending on twitter hash earthquake. All the drunken stoned people sitting around their homes. Remember the old days people to call in to radio stations and tv up on the air. What did you feel why it's everybody has the same experience. The same reaction feel what clearly. You didn't have the same exactly. You felt very little. Yeah but it. Don't you want to hear that. I felt more no now. Don't you want to know that it was an earthquake. And maybe it wasn't a big old garbage truck that's rambling down. Oh that's what. The anchors kept saying it's right. It's not some big delivery truck going by your house. We really did have an earthquake. Stuff has to break have to fall before you start doing that now. Things have to flash buildings after four buildings aren't falling. It's not news few dishes breaking off the shelves. That's not worth it. I would say a four point. Three is is worth. Oh let's get sixes lens some so that was northridge. Yes that's right. All right that that you had buildings falling down that disrupted life in southern cal at least that day freeway bridges. We're falling apart. Now you got some. You've got an event here very very treacherous for homeless pete. Don't tell me underneath those bridges. That's that's right by you know. Don't tell me your dishes rattling. Jeez yeah well. Here's the roundup. According to the times in the last ten days there have been two earthquakes of magnitude three point zero or greater centered nearby and in the l. a. area. There's an average of five earthquakes with magnitudes between four and five occurring every year. That's but debra has convinced that we're in some sort of seismic active periods. Absolutely could be. Because what i've read is is that when when stresses released on one faultline. Sometimes the stress travels down down the line and impounds and other fault if they're connected. Wow yeah so. He'll be a series of domino effects. Did you you ran to twitter. Debra mark instead of reading what people were. i had my phone in my hand. And yes i automatically went to because i wanted to know how big the quake was. I wanted to know where it was. Centered fashion. it turned on the news. So there's more breaking news. She had her phone in her hand. And then i look at facebook and everybody was writing earthquake. Did you feel it. Four point three. Everybody everybody writes. That's available now. An app yes and i did not. I did not get an alert from my shake alert app. That doesn't work. Some people did they said they did. I did not think i. I think i heard you have to be within a certain distance of the epicenter for them to send out the alert thing i read. That's he might have been too far. Well two hundred million morons actually all type. Did you feel it at the same. Time brings us californians together. We like to talk about earthquakes. Not everybody loves earthquakes like you do. Some of us are scared. Oh who and we just bond over exactly you take a photo with post. No face earthquake wanna see my face during north. Jon didn't ask the question. They always asked you naked again was not naked. I listener actually. Did ask me on twitter if i had clothes on this time. Yes i was fully question. Usually after she feels the greg then she gets naked. She gets destroyed. My clothes is right runs into the street. Police have to come and take a back The other story that kinda got buried into friday nights news gavin newsom. Two of his kids are positive for covert. That news came out Late friday too. I think that was probably delivered us. They really don't want the world to think What was new some family up to. When at the french laundry again with their kids inkling without mass wonder who brought it in house i know wasn't there a quarantine situation in that family some months ago. I thought it was yeah. I don't think had covered but they were quarantined for somebody. Somebody was exposed. Okay right. they're not saying he's got four kids but they're all under twelve so they're not vaccinated so they're not saying who they were what the circumstances were but they did put out the news that and of course i partner tested negative. She stopped with the first partner. If i that reason i do it is to annoy wise. I never say and it works. Every time it's such an idiotic treat me like a child. You have to ignore me. I'm just trying to get under your skin but you don't know because you're one of those children you can't ignore same reason you look at her with this quake naked again. It's just goes around the area full. Stop what we come back. We'll talk about the the mayor of san francisco. London breed did have some follow up to being caught without a mask indoors at a jazz nightclub video and photos and i love her response. A response to the criticism that she's a san francisco has the indoor mask rule. That more coming up john and ken. Kfi johnny cash belton can chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well of course Gavin newsom is one of our biggest hypocritical political leaders in the copa front. Because you know. He went to french laundry. He got his kids back in school. You know the list by now and of course people like say that he exempted his winery from some of the closers but probably not far behind him. In fact one day it turned out san francisco mayor. London breed because she went to the french laundry restaurant the night after geffen there to joy a party and she made the news late last week on wednesday night she visited the black cat nightclub. A jazz nightclub that was just reopening in the tenderloin. The tenderloin district are really disgusting area too. I think they do tenderloin homeless problem. Oh yeah they're they're stacked up on top of each other. Yeah yeah every time. I read about the worst section of san francisco. It's always about the tenderloin neighborhood so the video came out. She's mask lewis. He's not seated at a table nor position at a counter. She's standing and dancing without any food or drink in her hand. She posed for photos. Not wearing a mask. What right so now. She apparently did speak later on friday after we talked about this story. Here is some of the audio prom my perspective you know i was there i was eating and i was drinking and i was sitting with my friends and everyone who came in there was vaccinated so the fact that we have turned this into a story about being massless. No i'm not gonna sit and put my mask on sip and put my mask on sip and put my mask on eat. Put my mask on. While i'm eating and drinking i'm gonna keep my mask off and yes in the in time. Why we're drinking like everyone else. There we were all having a good time and again all vaccinated so the fact that this is even a story is sad and it's sad because we're missing out on the fact that we have live performances. We in san francisco have done an incredible job around kobe. Yes we have challenges. But this is now a distraction. She said l. defensive. She said we don't need to know the leader of government who put out these rules. She'll sit we don't need The fun police to micromanage. What doing thanks for joining the rest of us. Yeah except on the san francisco city website. It reads you. Must now wear a mask in indoor public even if you're fully vaccinated turrets that's the rule here in la county to public health orders. Say almost everyone must wear a mask in the city. So why why is she ordering everybody else to wear a mask. She's making it sound like it wasn't her order from the health department. People and i guess she's making something she couldn't do anything about it. Why isn't she'd been speaking out against it. Then yeah you would think so. It doesn't it commonsense. tell us all. She's the bear stead getting all this angry. Because you were caught just just to say hey the public health fanatics full of crap. Don't worry about it if you're vaccinated goal of your life. No more masks. I'm not gonna wear a mask. That's a great quote. We don't need the fun police to come in and tell us what we should or shouldn't be doing. We know what we need to do to protect ourselves really. Yeah so yeah. See the bottomline with her and newsome is. They weren't afraid of getting the virus. They had no fear they'd just they made common sense decisions about their own risk. They want when they realize the public was terrified largely because of the idiot media coverage when they realized that we allow i can be popular by empathizing with people's fears and reinforcing. the idea. you should wear a mask at all times. i think it's crazy. But hey if all of you believe it and you think of a great leader by enforcing those roles. That's what that's what they're gonna do and that's what they did. Listen to the san francisco department of public health statement. They put out responding to this story. Our intent is to encourage people to do their best understanding that every circumstance is unique focused first on providing information on how people can best protect themselves and others are continuing to work with patrons and businesses to comply with the guidelines. We will make adjustments as needed based on science and data data. Well that is the biggest phoney a shield of this decade. But you know what they gave her a break there. We'll make adjustments they. Can it sound like well. Yeah you know. She made a decision practical. Did we put out an order. Everyone's supposed to wear a mask. You doors really. Is that on the website. Just yeah i guess that's a little too much. We didn't always still there. You know i got cha. I actually got chased by some knucklehead. Yesterday in a grocery store. I went out about eight o'clock last night. My son needed something he said. Could you get me because he was busy. He can go to the store and get me something. Oh sure. I just went around the corner. The grocery store i make it all the way in from the front door to the far corner the the like the dairy apartment and i'm looking at the dairy products. And then i. I hear somebody behind me and this fat security guard is running breathless after me like that. And he's going sir sir you got to. You have to put on your mask. Oh i just walked in. I just forgot and so now. I've got to walk. Well that's his job. What he was trying to tell me he was. He was apologizing to me. I'm sorry sir. I'm sorry sir. Thank you thank you sir because if the senate to walk around the stores. He's a master's customer. He's going to say that security you out you're you're done you're vaccinated that guy. I'm already in the store. No more munching on the junk food out. There got tasked you. I walk the same amount of distance. Now that i would have if i could have bought my By grocery item right one thing and walk back so now i've gotta go out. Get the masks. Come back in. And he's not against me and say thank you sir. Thank you sir. let's get a real job. We do chasing people on a sunday night because they weren't wearing some stupid mask. Well what are you doing with your life is going to have to dinner last night and turned i was orange county but i haven't been there in awhile and i walked into just because the three flex i put the basket and it really is the mask and this is an indoor masculine. Everybody loves the only rule. Hey who's the dope put. Just put a mask on. Yeah i don't feel like everyone staring at one of those liberal. This weird guy at afraid. All of us are infected or july us. We have the play here up in up in rural northern california. If somebody sees you wearing a mask and a car actually come up to your window banging on the window yet they say. Why are you wearing a mask from san francisco. That i did that happen to you into had happened to somebody. I know somebody. I what we come back one of our big stories on friday. You think i wearing a mask. In my car and a half impressed that the el segundo time actually did a story on it. As the fact that one of the proponents behind the effort to recall from office c- councilman mike bonded. Her name is katrina. Schmidt apparently bonds people or bonded himself. We don't know put out her name and address in a video. And i think some other name of the of the guy who committed the act of terrorism. So thursday night. Somebody smashed through glass door with iraq looking like an attempt to intimidate her about him. People are terrorists and we got the name of the guy who committed the terrorism. Yes we'll tell you what they said in response to our inquiry about putting out this information. They're lying. I know i come but sam. We'll get into the details next johnny ken. Kfi john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi sporting live everywhere. On the iheartradio app. I coming up. After three o'clock we'll have complete coverage of what's going on at the border in texas place called del rio. We told you last week. That over ten thousand migrants are camping under a bridge sound familiar. It's kelly's homeless candidates but they are mostly haitians who've decided because joe biden it. Stop deporting haitians that they committed the us you know. We found out over the weekend and one listener. Puerto this out. I thanks for the tip. There coming john. From south america they were haitians that left their home country and they couldn't get to the us and they went instead to places in south america and when they heard that you'll biden had stopped deportation flights out of the us to haiti well. The phone tree went lit up and they started making their way to the border. And i guess the place that attracted many. Was this bridge in del rio texas. Yeah well the mexicans and we get into later but the mexican government was sending him specifically to del rio because person that broke. That news is coming on at three zero five right. Yeah i know. It's an investigator. Investigator researcher at the center for immigration studies. But it's It's quite a story Yeah it is. It is haitians that have been migrating from Eighty to south america right now to texas but facilitating them was the mexican government. It's another reason there. Trump was right on this issue and biden. either doesn't care is just incompetent both. Yeah he's senile. He's you know it's tough to criticize a senile man. Do you see what elon musk said. Well you know. He sent up the spacex with civilians. First time it was no comment from the white house so he said guy must be sweeping. Apparently a little fended biden didn't recognize the achievement. Do you need his approval. I there we go Old man in a nursing home has to send out a tweet. I'll people love. the president. recognizes should grow up on muskie's that insecure really. Good that's sad. I need the president to acknowledge me. That didn't so he made the joke. That guy must be sleeping. Even old hack politician to validate me on friday on this show. We had nico rudman on the show. He is part of the effort. To recall from office. Sally city councilman mike bond. Because of all the problems mainly with the homeless in his westside district. We all know about venice that was ground zero for this but there are many neighborhoods on the west side plagued by the homeless encampment problems but bonds so bad on so many other issues. It isn't just that one. So apparently baden's anti recall committee released a campaign video that featured a document showing the name of a couple of the main recall. Proponents nico is one of the others katrina schmidt. Her name and her home address days later the committee which chooses the twitter handle stop the right wing recalls sent the tweet that also highlighted the document which showed the name and home address of schmidt and nicolle reutemann schmidt called the anti recall campaigns posting of home addresses intentionally reckless on thursday night. Someone through iraq at her glass door and smashed. It was around eight thirty pm. And that's why we talked about this. It was kind of breaking news on friday. Show in fact nico kim on the show and talked about it and said it's clearly connected to this and they call it duxing attack by the bond and campaign now somewhat surprising the only because i thought they'd ignore the story also gonna times did say. Lapd's investigating the vandalism report and they did a story on it. That appeared today jesse's wick spokesman for the committee fighting. The bond recall disputed the assertion that it was the names and addresses. Were put out intentionally. The inclusion of home addresses he said was done in error. How do you accidentally post somebody's address. That's garbage that's lie. This is why the la times covered it. They covered it in order to give. Jesse zwick a chance to give an alternate story. Ally politicized really well. It looks pathetic to us. But you know there's enough. La times subscribing saps who are sympathetic to bond. And we'll go well. It was just a mistake. It was just an oversight. No those kind of things happen. But jesse swick by the way he he before. He joined bannon's Staff he was The spokes hull for nitya rahman. Who's the other idiots councilman who wants to destroy los angeles with homelessness so eerie of los feeless in that neighborhood. So he's probably one of these What what's that group that social democrats and the social democrats in one of those guys rights. He's he's the he's the son of a guy who makes films so i bet you. He's like one of these wealthy snot spoiled rich kids because they pro homeless group is largely made up of these kind of guys that the rich. Yeah they they came from. Wealthy families largely sheltered from the everyday problems of these things and they decided that they have to take up a cause to make their lives meaningful. They come from big homes in fancy neighborhoods. Their parents have given them lots of money. And trust funds they drive expensive cars and they dabble in revolutionary activity to defeat capitalism. Make their mark. That's right they wanna they want to see a crush civilized world. These are a lot of the seattle people around. And and and that's all jesse zwick is. He's another rich kid loser trying to find some meaning in life and and so you know he he he puts out. They put out the names because they know what was going to happen. Then they know some crackpots. Are they going to go. And and throw rocks were well. Who else is reading their anti recall cereals videos right but people who are charged up about this and angry other recall proponents other socialist. Anarchists wack jobs right yeah and swick progressive wack job baden's a progressive wack job. The whole crowd that they that they work with that. They socialize with that they live. It's all the same person. And they're all crazy and they know. Some of the more unhinged members are going to see that as a science like. Oh jesse put out the addresses. We know we have to do here. And then now rocks. Are flying through katrina schmitz window and then the time shows up. It's like you have a statement to make yes. That was an unfortunate air. Just a mistake. Of course we would never do such a thing on fact. Here's his exact quote is pretty good. I did not intend to reveal anyone's personal information. I took the post down the minute. I was made aware of the era. If you'd like to run a story about how. I just swick made an error at my job feel free. Water condescending of noxious not now jesus jesse swick. They're claiming that they what they did was when they put this together they just used publicly available. Recall documents to show the right wing. Operatives that are pushing the recall made. It sound like well her. Her address was in there along with her name in these public documents. We just throw them all into the video right. Are we take a picture of it. That that's how we trying to sound. Of course he's lying. They purposely wanted these people intimidated. By the way we talked about this friday but katrina and nico i think i think katrina voted for bonnin. They support a lot of democratic causes. Vannice then not right. Wing operative extremist wackos. Get outta here. They're not. I think niko said he voted for bond into now so these are bonded voters. Who put together the recall but just say zwick and by and just lie. They lie they lie. It's it's propaganda one. Oh one you come up with big lie and then you repeat it over and over and over again and then when you have willing kiss asses at the gunda times willing to print alternate explanation. Not hard zwick also said the idea that the campaign acted intentionally was quote absurd and reflective of the general dishonesty of the entire recall effort. Answer it sounds like a stupid bureaucratic response. And the way the times puts this backers of the recall describe bond is unresponsive to his constituents saying you failed to properly address homelessness public safety and other issues across the district which stretches from the airport to pacific. I would say that's putting it pretty damn mildly by the way this character went to harvard. He's harvard graduates. What did you look at his resume. Or yeah yeah he's he's is unlinked. Danny's all over. He's all over google. You just you type. His name apparently companion story here. Is that the nitya rom in recall collapsed. I think that also. I saw i saw that. Any 'cause you need money you do. It's hard to get signatures without money. Because it takes time and effort to get people's attention get them focused on the problem and it's only district residents consign. These recall petitions so that becomes pretty conflict. There's a story in the l. A. times a few years ago jesse zwick was in the headline jesse. Zwick following filmmaker. Dad ed's footsteps and so it just the way father a big name because it sounds like he's got nothing to do with his life and he's a loser and edge swick won an oscar co created conic tv series now and is filled gross more than one hundred million dollars. And jesuit is just can't figure out what to do with this. It's always latching onto causes twenty-eight back then so he's a guy in his thirty s going nowhere with his harvard degree so he's lying for mike von. That's a good life coming up. After three o'clock we've got a pretty good story a back story about why all those haitians are at the bridge. They're in del rio. Texas haitian migrants more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show. John and ken shampoo camp by amp six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well the overrun. Us mexico border particularly in texas. Had fallen off the coverage for the media the last few months even though the numbers didn't really fall. Many migrants are still gathering their overwhelming border patrol agents. But the story got a jolt last week because sit several media outlets including fox news got a tip that there might be thousands of migrants under a bridge in a place called del rio texas right there on the border. It's west of san antonio and sure enough. There might be ten to twelve thousand by mostly. Haitians camped under that bridge and the reason is well. There's several reasons. We'll tell you the newest one coming up after three o'clock at the us had stopped deportation. Flights to haiti. Although they've now resumed them biden administration apparently got woken up and embarrassed by this story. So now they're starting to go back to deport people to hate gonna todd bensman on from senator from gracious studies. It's a fascinating story because you may wonder because he has the number Expanding to fifteen thousand howdy gassing anywhere from ten twelve to fifteen thousand how do you get fifteen thousand haitians all at once under a bridge. In a matter of weeks they got there. Yeah it's incredible. It's funny for a few days. Nobody seems to care. Nobody in the journal is wanted to ask a happen. At fifteen thousand haitians all end up under a bridge taxes and even got the attention of the white house spokes spokesman today because apparently there are reports that border patrol agents on horseback or pushing some of the migrants around. That doesn't look that they are weird. In that biden white house they think by not by ignoring and and all these issues. They're they're just gonna evaporate top. We found out a few weeks ago. Ignoring watching joe on. He's making public appearances. Speaking off the cuff. They mute the sound there. They don't want to hear that because they're afraid it's going to be a disaster out so we'll give you the latest for todd from center from gracious studies. After three o'clock this state auditor issued another report. Now here's what you need to know about to california's anti of fiction or it's a fiction ban laws this supposed to expire september thirtieth and to technically be protected by the victim dan. We're supposed to pay twenty five percent of your back rent that you know that's what you're supposed to do if you want to be immune from eviction. Apparently some tenants are still having a problem doing that. But the story from the auditor is that all the money. California got for to help people with their rindt. They haven't distributed that much of it of course delays in the rent relief program. This is like the unemployment department. They're just. They're just horrible at this and they could forfeit some of the money. If they don't step it up so newsom throws everybody out of work. He gets money to pay their rent from washington. But newsome can't figure out how to send the money to the unemployed people who can't pay their rent bill so they almost two billion dollars from the federal government but they may cost some of that money back because you have to. They call it. You have to obligate it faster. And we haven't obligated as much as we're supposed to but i bet you could lose three hundred and thirty seven million. I bet you eighty percent of these. Potential recipients voted for him however the other of the story which you got to mention is we get the money back again because there's going to other states that fell below what they call the sixty five percent mark so what they do is with the states. Don't obligate or spend the money. They claw back a portion of it and they can't they out to states that did spend the money. Why does some have so much trouble. Sending out i was gonna say sending out checks but they don't even do that. In a lot of cases anymore they just transfer the money directly into your bank account. Why is that so hard from do. I really don't understand this. It's the how many fraudsters are going to get through in this rent relief. Program do this low as it's going to this fraudsters in there to look. How many transactions These american express mastercard handle every day. It's gonna it's gonna be billions of transactions that they handle right and then you know things like amazon. Pay pal ebay. Hundreds of millions billions of transactions. They handle with with almost never problem. So what's what's wrong with the dumb clocks in sacramento can't pay out unemployment money campaign rent money. But what what. What else do you guys do. I mean most government is paying out money. You know a stealing from the wealthy and giving it to the poor. It's what they do all day. That's the reason they're empower half. The money is distributed by the state. The rest is dispersed by. The county says six months after they started accepting applications. The state's only paid about twenty percent of the money. They got the defending percent twenty percent right and this has been going on cigarettes. Six months can't figure out how to send money to the renter's at that claim that they're getting quicker or stepping up the disbursement rate. He's astonishingly incompetent. I mean breathtakingly incompetent. He can't send out money. You don't even need envelopes stamps anymore. He can't send out money haitians at the border. We're going to tell you where they came from to get that quickly to the texas. The texas mexico border and why it looks like mexico. Let this happen coming up next. John and ken show debra mark has news. Kfi am six forty.

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Logo Lillard Calls Series, Sixers-Raptors, ScHoolboy Q and More

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Logo Lillard Calls Series, Sixers-Raptors, ScHoolboy Q and More

"This show is presented by Hulu. If you didn't know who has last bortz watch live games and all your favorite teams with Hulu. No cable required. Live TV plan required. Restrictions apply. Jalen and Jacoby on CNN. Where he because if we ever do, y'all. Pop the strong. This week. He is Jalen Anthony rose what up del on David Jacoby. Cool. Check. Stage on. Oh, my we put it on wax. It's the new we're Jacoby. What do we do? They. Schoolboy q joins us later. We're going to be talking a lot about logo Lillard, and the legendary moment that he had last night. But first Jalen rose, I want you to be honest. I'm asking a question, will you be honest, and your response absolute. Did you almost forget to say centerstage on the Mike? The intro. I saw your face. Never forget. Did you get your? Back to Joe Louis arena, catching the bus from the northwest side. The fetal bus to watch the beastie boys. They were in. They were on tour L L coup J nitro the no it was it was run d and rice to rock the bells tour, it was run DMC L L beastie, boys. Slick Rick the ruler came out in the b share does this is this classic classic memories. So that's what I was doing. I was reminiscent. The beastie boys are my favorite musical group of all time and one of my favorite musical artists right now. Schoolboy Q, you've heard numb numb juice. You've heard chopsticks he released a new song today crash. The album comes out Thursday night at midnight. He'll be joining us in studio. But Jalen rose, we need to talk a Damian Lillard, you gave them a new nickname Mozambique name logo Lillard. And Jalen he didn't just live up to it. He cemented. It came tied at one fifteen Dame Lillard with the basketball. And let's take a look at what happens next. He's just dribbling out the clock. And the man you call logo Lillard did that Jalen rose? This was an unbelievable shot. What did you think of this moment from Lillard? It was a terrific triumphant moment for Dame, and it embodies what so many people like myself love about sports. But also how we continue to debate things in sports. Here's what I mean. Just this time last year I was defending honor of Dame because for the second consecutive year. They had got swept out of the play offs and people were questioning worth he even better than drew holiday. Okay. So all of a sudden, you get a chance to play against Russell Westbrook. A former. VP got us average triple doubles for three straight years. Paul George who's also an MVP candidate this year who've already beat you four times this season. He started off the series as I said on this fine program. But throwing a haymaker he shot the ball from thirty five feet on the right side. Any knocked it down. It's symptom message to not only his teammates, but to the opponent and last night that was the knock out punch that since okay see home for the third consecutive year. In the first round. I didn't consider that. Jalen, the very first possession of the series. He walked the ball up didn't pass in call play and just pulled up from thirty five the very last possession of the series. He kind of did the same thing. He book ended the series with unbelievable shots. The thing about that shot that was so crazy. And also, let's make it bigger the way that you did the way we talk about sports through the conversation today is Russell Westbrook. Problem for the thunder. Russell Westbrook had twenty nine points, eleven rebounds, and fourteen assists. If that ball just rims out to the left and the thunder end of winning. We don't talk about is Russell Westbrook. The problem. We celebrate his playoff triple double. Like this is just a game of inches and today's day for Dame in the trailblazers to celebrate. But let's not talk about the thunder. Like, there's a big problem there, isn't that thunder are fine. If they're going to be fine. Like, I don't think this is a bad thing for Russell Westbrook and the thunder. But one thing I do love about this particular shot is just how much Dame loved pudding that team away. Just how you could tell he wanted after game three the blazers notice the way that the baby rocking and the talking and the jawing, and they were just saving up for this moment. So he could wave goodbye the thunder absolutely loved it so much and also for young athletes out there and just people who can hear my voice, I won't people to still pay attention to something honor amongst these is not still lost. In today's sports Dame been terraced the public school era. There's so many people walking around the face of the earth today, and like Dame's underrated as an NBA pee all NBA voter. I voted him all NBA the last couple of seasons as a matter of fact for those who have not been paying attention. Adidas commercial Hulu commercial max deal with the fort Louis Trail Blazers committed to not joining a super team because he knew these moments were in his future. It was just a matter of time space and the opportunity if those like Paul George who questioned whether that's good or bad shot. Let me also say this that is a bad shot. Okay. Let me say it one more time that is a bad shot. Okay. Except for if you Steph curry Daimler career or Janes heart for the rest of the world out there. Yes. That's. Bad shot. There are people that are entering that category. Like a trae young in the future. For right now that categories for select you, especially when you're talking about doing it off the dribble versus off the kitsch was such a good shot. And I love the celebration afterwards. The first thing he did was look over to the thunder bench and give them a little wave goodbye. After the game. He referenced that. Let's listen to video game. I mean a game series is over and I'll just waving goodbye on after game three day. Dennis Schroder was out there point to his wrist. They was out there doing all these celebrations and doing all this stuff, and we kept our composure and after one win now is what they decided to do. And we was just like, okay. Well, we wanna do is win four games. And then when no when we went in those four games is not going to be nothing to talk about. So that's what that would. I love it. That's what they did. After one game. We wanted to win four games after we've been four games is not going to be nothing to talk about. What did you think about Damon his composure throughout the series? I really. Appreciate his maturity. And also, of course, you wanna stay true to your character. And a lot of players are demonstrative in outgoing and rightfully so if that's who you are. But is refreshing to me to see a guy like Dame who doesn't deal with the emotional turbulence that comes with the game. The post game the situations that happen throughout the game. And in the air where we're so a never with the killer crossover and trying to break ankles. The guy actually missed the shot. But yet we're still going to show whether he broke somebody ankles and they fill down when you watch Dame play. He's economic with the ball. He's going north and south if he has a shot, he shoots it if it's a pick and roll he can split it. He will other than that. He's getting balance, and he's trying to get downhill is not really highlights. Per se. So I like the fact that his game has grown to the point where now people are pre. She ain't it, and you already said it for those that follow this show. They already know we've had multiple nicknames for the Portland Trail Blazers we call their backcourt mama's boys because he MS CJ was terrific shelter mohawk. Liz, he played really well. He's not getting enough credit showed a video game Dame logo Lillard Dame dollar Dame time. Like, we understood that he was a terrific performer and that knock on the door is Dame now entering superstardom. And it doesn't happen when you get swept out of the playoffs in back to back years, or when you lose to the thunder for four times this year it happens when you make a fifty piece with five rebounds, five assists and ten threes. Something that no player in the history of the league has done. Well, he wasn't just good last night. He was great through this whole series of take a look at some of the. Numbers that Dame put up look at this in the playoffs. Thirty three points, six assists, five rebounds over two steals. Three point percentage. Almost at fifty percent Dame is now a superstar that signature moment. Makes you a household. Name. Ken. He keep this up through the second round. I think he could keep it up because his performance while they struggled in the playoffs. The last couple of years the Portland trailblazers were three see last year as well. As this year. We knew it for some strange reason a lot of people do as an upset. This ain't no upset like Terry has done a terrific job with that basketball team. Having won all star amino. Did a terrific amino. Did a terrific job a plan defense in particular on that last play against Rushdie forced to miss how about adding cantor late in the season. He cannot play quantity minutes when you lose, nurses. So they are a lot of different levels to the Portland Trail Blazers and. Advancing and seeing if they can continue to play good basketball, and I'm a believer. Let's see how far they could take. I'm so excited about this team and that shot. Let's get people to. My son bus route goes by what he calls the Knicks stadium every single day. And he was telling me about how it goes by Penn station and all the trains are at Penn station, and he was talking about massive square. Carney said daddy. That's where we go to Knicks games. I want to go to Nick's game and the head tell him son. The Knicks are trash that didn't make the playoffs, but we'll be back next year. And he was like, well what about hockey? I was like well. I was like, well, there's not too many of those. So you know, what I said I said son, maybe we'll go to a red bull's game. Maybe we'll go to an MLS soccer game. He seem excited about that told about the New York liberty and all the live events that we can go to New York City the sporting events, and where do I go to get tickets for these events seek seek is the best. This show is sponsored by seek key. Because the ticket industry hasn't changed in a long time. There's so many big companies that have been around forever, and they don't really care about making the experience easier for the customer, but was seek it's different seeking goes out. And they look for the best deals and put all of those big companies all those ticket companies all their best deals. 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Whether you're going to concert tickets sports event or comedy show. Whatever you want when you go to checkout use the promo code Jacoby, J C O B Y, and you'll get ten dollars off your first ticket with seeking Jalen rose. I'm so excited to get to talk about Dame Lillard again, and the shot not only did he pull up from thirty seven to hit a three to send the thunder home. He did it against one of the best defenders. In the league in Paul George after the game. Paul George was asked about the shot. Let's listen to what he said. So bash. Anybody says there's a bash, but he made it that story won't be told that it was a bash. Live with that sooner. They'll salty about it. Jalen rose. He said bad shot like four times. Do you agree? There is a bad shot. Yes. It is a bash shop. Except for a handful of people, and I'm gonna try to rattle their names off the top of my head Steph curry and Kevin Durant. James harden Dame Lillard those at a gas author and James say, James heart. Those are the guys with range game on the line tie that could take that shot and the coach wouldn't think twice about it. The players on the team wouldn't think about it? Whether it was a make or miss he just so happened to knock it down. And it was the game winner. There was a deep shot, but Paul George this. It's a pad shovel kiss. What when you watch the play Paul Georgia's pretty far away from him. And then you could see him get ill Dame gets a look in his eye and Paul George actually closes out before he shoots. So it's like Paul if you really think that's a bad shot that while you close out. Glad you step up. Why did you get closer to them? Why did you do that ball? Is that question? He'll sit. He doesn't care what anybody says. So I guess he's not watching Jalen and Jacoby. And Kyrie Irving belongs in that conversation to those five people can pull up Cari. Steph, Katie heartened, Lillard, those five individuals can pull up from thirty seven without hesitation, and teammates, and coaches will not think twice about it. Let's not forget to the thunder were also a victim of thirty seven foot three from Steph curry last season in the regular season integrate game. So Jalen the thunder are out of the playoffs and the trailblazers advanced they will play the winner of this series the only close series that we really have in the first round the Denver Nuggets. In Denver beat the Spurs to take a three two lead. They were powered by some good play a both Yokich and Murray you see connecting right there. Jalen rose. Do you think Denver after tough start to the series has start to figure it out? Absolutely. You know, how I feel about the nuggets, and it starts with their anchor joke. It who's going to get you buckets. But you'll get you boards. And we know he's a terrific passer. But now they're back court starting back court. The beginning confident harasses healthy, he's playing well Murray's had a terrific season of thinking this confidence. But when they had injuries during the regular season. They now got a chance to build out debt. So you you will will bar to the bitch. He's affective Morris has been affective all year Beasley has been affective all year. They didn't have a big game this night from cricked, but he play will in game four when he got into the star lineup. So now, you have that level of depth of guys like Plumlee Emil sap. So they have a team that's confident and feel like they have what it takes. It seems like the series still is going to go seven because you can't count the Spurs on their home floor in a game six. No, you cannot. I'm glad you mentioned Barton because he did have seventeen off the bench and provided some much going for the second unit and he played pretty well. Jalen, I'm excited for the rest of this series. I also think it will go seven, and I also think it will give the trailblazers some rest. Jalen rose. They're still looking for a head coach in Los Angeles. They've spoken to mining Williams. They've spoken to Tyler check and how they've interviewed somebody else Jason Kidd has have you'd for the job of head coach Jalen rose. What do you think about chasing kids fit in Los Angeles? I'm thinking about when they go interview Juwan Howard. He deserves to be candidate. If I'd away when we talk about head coaches is blasphemous is disrespectful. I can't believe that. I'm even using this term that there's a guy out there to help build the Golden State Warriors from the ground up in Mark Jackson, and he doesn't have a take coaching job. That's just mind numbing to me with that being said, I felt like Jason Kidd did a solid job with the bucks. He helped Jaanus continue to develop and look at him now an MVP level type player. Okay. And so for him to be a candidate with this job is this shows me a couple of things are the Lakers going to pick a coach that may still be there pass LeBron. So they're picking for them in theory. Or are they picking a coast knowing that LeBron's going to be there the next three seasons, and they don't have any time to waste. I think in this case you have to choose the ladder, which means tie Lou seems to be the best fit now. Monty Williams the fact that he's a really good coach. And I've talked about him an Email, you Doktor who hasn't got an opportunity yet are going to be fantastic, head coaches and mine. Money's already shown where he can do. But people can't underestimate for the Lakers. He has a tattoo. Anthony Davis is so. Men control his destiny via trade this off season. Are you going to hire him and hope that that becomes another hook for Anthony Davis if he's not traded to the Laker? So there are a lot of things that play is gonna be interesting to see where the Lakers openly ended up landing. Interesting. Jalen, I kind of forgot about the Monty Williams is Davis connection that because it got Tyler with LeBron connection with. I mean, multiple with Anthony Davis connection, Jason Kidd. Like, I don't know. He's not a former Laker, you know, the the same way that Lewis, but I still want to hear that the interview Juwan Howard, John Howard. You get to LA didn't even have to help is ticket. C H one Howard interview for Lakers head coaching job, and this leads to some unfounded on. No you also unprepared. Relation of now free agent. Kevin durant? Oh, rose who never believe this. But the Los Angeles Lakers don't just have an head coaching position. Open their to max spots open this summer to sign max players. Also, the Los Angeles Clippers have to max spots open, Los Angeles destination where players like to play into live like Kevin Durant. He has a home in Malibu, but he put that Malibu home up for sale. Jalen rose. I'm going to read way too much into this and say that that guarantees Kevin Durant will not join the clippers or the Lakers because he put up his house is he just tried to sell his house or is he already decided he's not gonna play in Los Angeles. So if I wanted to be a contrarian, I could also say maybe Malibu's too far to get to his LA elected. You did I literally did he doesn't have the Kobe helicopter. So he's selling them out of the house is your living like Silverlake or something Los feeless the hills mansion I can say that or to get to the lake. Practice facility. Take a really long time of the segment now, you understand the essence of the unbounded irresponsible speculation. Now, you're really getting it before you fought it. And now, you're part of it. I love it. 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It didn't feel like it. But there were three other games in the NBA playoffs last night. That did not involve Dame Lillard. All I want to talk about his Dame Lillard. But because we're very serious journalists. We will cover some other topics last night. The Sixers didn't just close out the net series. They west the nets. Five to win the series. Jalen rose Embiid contributed twenty three points and thirteen rebounds. He looked great. What do you think about the Sixers performance? Here's what I think other than the drama that I was able to give from Dame and rough and whatever's going to happen with the Spurs and the nuggets series the playoff in the second round officially kicks it off to me. Yes. Because the four teams in the east the ones they get eliminated. We'll be soul searching and not making their goals by not making it to the conference finals and the NBA finals without LeBron. And in the west we obviously have rockets and warriors for the Sixers. I'm looking forward to seeing Jimmy Butler versus Leonard. I'm looking forward to seeing Joel be going up against stout defenders like Marcus soul in search Bachan. I'm looking to see PASCAL Siaka him. Play against Ben Simmons those matchups right there. K calorie knocked down shots. This is gonna be phenomenal series. And everybody's going to be intrigued by well. You mentioned the raptors. And they are in the second round courtesy of another win against the magic. You remember that they lost that game? One is a DJ Augustine three that took him ever since. Then they've made very light work of the magic the raptors beat the magic in Toronto to close out that series held Busa bitch too. Let me see here six points. They completely erased bitch from this series. How did the raptors make such light work of the magic whatever veteran late and team if you look at them, and all of a sudden you add Kawhi Leonard, and Danny Green's championship pedigree, the balances out your roster. You have Fred van Blee? One of the best backup point guards. In the game. Powell is giving them quality minutes on the wing like they've been able to. Establish a level of depth over these past couple of seasons, which may be an advantage when they go against the Sixers who have not been able to do. So so for the raptors this is why you bring in a letter to see if he could catapult you to the next level and one thing that was spoken about after game one. But then kind of went away was the play of cow Lowry calories. Kind of found his spot on this team. He's no longer asked to score over twenty points at fourteen points, nine assists. He's been playing really well playing good defense. It seems like he's much better suited to be a four general a third or fourth option Siachen scores. A lot letter scores a lot they've got other weapons of green and Ghazal. Do think the calorie is better off now with this roster that he wasn't years past the playoffs after Luli because the chess match this gonna take place. I just laid it out for everybody. Okay. Danny green on jayjay ready, PASCAL, Siaka them on Ben Simmons. These are going to beat a up. Leonard Jimmy Butler, and I talked to you about the bigs also so now for Colin Laurie he gets a chance to ease into the game. Because usually he's going to be gone somebody like McConnell when he comes in off the Bill they play him in two guards situations. So there will be times that he stuck on jayjay rhetoric. But throughout the body of the game car lorries not going to have to play against a primary option. So therefore it should not affect his offense of rhythm. And it should give him the opportunity to still stay fresh enough to make his open shots. There's so much intrigue in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. I mean, these are the fourteenth we expected to be there. And these are all four teams that have NBA finals expectations if not championship expectations. So let's take a look at how these two teams the Rapids in the Sixers fair against each other during the season they played let's see they played four games. The raptors one three of them points per game. Pretty close up insufficiency almost exactly the same field goal percentage. Exactly the same. And also you broke down these matchups. Take a look at them. They're right there in front of you. This is going to be very interesting like I don't know who's going to win this series. I don't know who's going to win the Celtics series, either, this other kinds the bucks. What do you think will happen looking at these matchups? I think these teams are very evenly matched. I'll talk to you about who. I think is going to be guarding who might make a key player that gets overlooked in the raptors dynamic is the shooting of Danny green. He would thinking in the NBA and three point percentage. He's a knockdown shooter. Just like JJ Rettig represents for the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers put the differences for the Sixers. He's they're only knockdown shooter the Toronto Raptors have a few guys that could get going from long range. So that three point shootings going to be a different. Also, just look at body types. When you watch the nets plate. And you see Allen inside. And you see Davis inside who wasn't able to participate in the last couple of games. These are swinder guys. Okay. They don't have the book. They don't have a chance to play against Joel Anthony. I mean, Joel Embiid owned the post now all of a sudden he goes against the team the had pretty good success of taking away his left and dunks and keeping him more perimeter oriented and also taking away. Ben Simmons drives to the vascular because we know he's not a shooter outside of the paint. So we'll see now able to collapse their beat. This is suffocate the post up matchups and now trying to make the Philadelphia seventy Sixers be perimeter oriented team would a real Jimmy Butler stand up if he's us then the Sixers will win if he does not if we get the fourth fifth option type Jimmy Butler. And or survives hairs isn't able to get himself going Mike you deal with the clippers. Not like he's playing with the Sixers that will give the Sixers of chance to advance. If that. With Siaka any Buckner and Gusau clogging up the middle trying to you know, I take Embiid out of his game. That's gonna put a lot of pressure on Rettig. And like you said Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris to knock down the shots. They're going to get the opportunities. But we're just going to see if they can knock down as they are expected to so excited for the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Idea who is going to win. There is news that Ben Rothlisberger signed a two year extension with the Steelers. However, I would like to discuss his former teammate levian bell. The jets had some voluntarily workouts and Levy on bell after missing an entire season of voluntary. And involuntary workouts in games for the Steelers did not show up to the jets, voluntary workouts? Now, I understand they are voluntary. But Jalen rose, don't you think after missing the entire season signing with a new team that you would show up to every little thing that you can just to show your commitment to your new team and fan base. Here already showed his commitment. He signed his contract boss move. You got to look at the position that he plays at running back Ville where it tear that is put on their bodies in particular a guy like levian Bill. Who's gonna be month? The most used players this year, not only with Carey's, but with receptions out of the backfield. He's trying to make sure that he preserved himself. And so I don't take a big thing from him not showing up for the fallen, Terry workout, do you? Yes. I do he missed an entire season. He spent it in Miami at the club while he was supposed to be playing for the Steelers he signs to a new team. He's going to reinvigorate his career after an entire season off. And what else is he doing? Like what else is doing? It's more important than showing up just showing the coaches showing the fans showing the organization that you're committed to playing football after not playing football for an entire year. Just do it is out, wear and tear, always preserving his wear and tear. What do you think they're doing these workouts? They hop on the treadmill. They do some stretches. They look a little little film. They work in some playbook stuff. They're not really working out. It's that wear and tear. He's just preserving his vacation time. Doc, you had an entire year vacation time just for the fans. I know it's just like, I know. Just like it's just a gesture but for the band show up put some shorts on with the jets logo. So we can get those pictures I really feel like he should have shown up for this. And I'm not overreacting being media jerk about Maria. If I was him. I would have been there. You would have been there. You say. I would have been there early. How many times did you hear about players showing up early? And they're the first ones in the last one out there working so hard, and they showed up to every workout voluntary involuntary. That's what I want to hear about living on bell. That's what I want to hear Jalen rose three times. The he should show his commitment. You said another three times he should do it the fans he didn't reload. This he signed that contract. Okay. That's silly for the jet. He signed a contract, which means it's time to show up any get serious. He's going to be president. I would be there. I would be they're moving on levian didn't play last year because he kind of didn't want to come lengthy didn't play last year. Because no team would pick short not true, the rockets, and we didn't want it the right? It's Pittsburgh didn't pay him. Hey, I gotta sit out amongst the franchise tag. And now like the Larry Bird rule. There's gonna be a Levy on bail rule game changer. He is a game changer, but Carmelo Anthony also game changer. Remember hoodie mellow from last year who's playing basketball with the hood on. He's changed the game. Again. Let's take a look at beanie mellow is here. He's now wearing a winter hat while working out on a warm spring day in New York City. This is absolutely insane. To me could you ever play basketball in a winter hat in a warm gym? I can't and I have let me give it distinction of. What's yes? From Michigan played in a skullcaps many times. It's not a big me up my outside in the snow with jackets in skull capsule on. Okay. This is not a big deal. But here's the distinction. I wanna make. We cover Anthony was rocking the hoodie. The first thing I came on this program to say, the everybody overlooked is when you rocking a hoodie, your peripheral vision is blocked. Okay. So therefore, you ain't hitting people when they cut in. And you ain't definitely thinking about passing when you rock in the hoodie. We're in. We're in. Now rocking the beanie. He can actually see the floor. So that lets you know high he is grown in his year. So being away from the game. Well tonight, we have a big game in Houston is game five as they look to close out the jazz after the jazz had a good win in game for can the rockets closed the door on the jazz season tonight, putting it on the rockets officially advance after this game. You got to give the jazz credit for not being swept on their home floor. James harden? Chris Paul they understand the sense of urgency. PJ Tucker is already getting sized up for his matchup against Kevin Durant. All Patrick Beverley, hopefully, they can get a healthy click appello who's dealt with a virus here recently. But yes, they understand. No, more games. Houston Rockets advantage after tonight, if the rockets advance will the warriors join them and give us the series. We've all the waiting for. They play the clippers tonight at home. If both those teams win we get the best second round matchup. That I can think of in my entire life. Will it happen? Will we tomorrow on this program preview? The yes, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. You treated me so bad. It's all over baby. We had the pleasure of having one of my favorite ours. In the game in the studio. Schoolboy Q is here was a crash out for Thursday night at midnight. Listen to music crash talk his new project, we want to talk to you about what happened last night late last night. The trailblazers thunder game Dame Lillard hit job. Bre look at it right here. What did you think about this shot from Daimler? Just call it. And then the celebration afterwards. He knew it was in right there. He already knows. He did. He knows any wave goodbye today's he knew exactly what he was going to do soon as the ball was in his hand. He had no thought of going to the rim. He didn't care about somebody being open new. I'm a drain his mug from right here before he ground, you can tell in their swagger. He already knew was in. He already knew. And when I saw it. I already knew I I couldn't believe I I haven't seen that in a long time. Jalen, I agree and logo Lillard ditch shoot his team into the playoff. Unfortunately, LeBron James was not able to do. So with your Los Angeles. Lakers. Were you thinking what Magic Johnson step down? Man. I was hired. You know, what I mean a little confused like why is he doing this? But I don't know man when you get money like that man, you ain't got time for these separate. I'm cool. I'm just trying to get this, dude. This do this. Do you know we got LeBron now too? And it still didn't work. You know, what I'm out of here, bro. Got a billion or something? Let's try to retire out here. So I definitely exactly how often about it as well. So do you believe that LeBron will be able to deliver a championship to the Lakers? Yes, I believe. So I just think he needs some more pieces, man. He just needs some more pieces. I think that like your team is really good, honestly. But I just think they're better on different teams me some of the players and their they do need more pieces. And you've been Magic Johnson said that he will help recruit more players this off season. But there's another team in town, Los Angeles, Clippers player and native losses and people have that attitude, but they've got a better team. They also have to max spots open as someone who. Thinking. You live in Los Angeles your entire life. Tell me what it's likely why even though the clippers are better team at better that sort of franchise right now without the chaos of people leaving Magic Johnson leaving LeBron being unhappy. Why do people live in Los Angeles consider the clippers sort of like a little brother because they are. I mean, you ain't put up there. You have to still put up there do like just went in is. Okay. Like, yeah. That's cold. But no matter until you put some up there, you know, what I mean, and and being from L A, that's just how most of us grow up clipper fans or just people that's trying to be different to me. Oh, so trying to. I didn't Laker fan. I don't know. How my leg fan is. Just I grew up being the Laker fan. You what I'm saying simple as that? So is there something geographical about which we're clippers fans? We're Lakers fans. Is it like what percentage of your friends are clipper fan? None of them. Clipper fan. Artie. Where are where are they in? No, actually, I do my green Mike green. He he on our labor TV's not artist. But he he works. He's this so-called. So Billy, crystal and Mike green are the only two clipper fans there Marcellus Wiley then. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is my thing. They never watching the clipper game clipper fan who always watching a Laker game. Watch watching a Laker game that you've been to clipper control, new never. Why would I? Everybody, I know from LA feels this exact same way. It's like the nets Knicks like there's some Mets fans in Brooklyn. Or like the jets and giants people still love the jets. It's not like that in LA. But you know, what's crazy? I'm I'm flip flop with a with with the baseball because I'm angel fan. So I get the slack. Oh, yes. He was trying to be different. You just trying to be different. No, one of those guys just trying to be different. That's right. Garret Anderson geared Anderson block. Okay tickets as a kid, get Anderson wanted to greatest ages all of all time, you know, when you go when you go to the game. Yeah. That's the only game. I went to that was all I knew was angel. So I never knew nothing about the dodgers until I got home trying to make my kid Knicks fan. But every time I go to the game. They get wacked by thirty points. Nobody. Four. Candy. Hey, queue, we hit. It you avid golfer. Can you take a look at my golf swing and actually give me some tips. So this is Jalen rose. Jalen rose leadership academy golf tournament lining up at driver lefty southpaw. Oh. So cute you golf every day. Yeah. What do you think about? My brother swing do. Jalen never shot under a hundred. But I mean, this is start. You know, is golf is just one of those things man, you got a I'm not gonna lie to you, gentlemen. You had a great NBA career great college career high school curricula, but you've got to put a just as much of that work in again for go. So you every day when you're every day, I'm still putting working for real. Yeah. I'm trying to I'm trying to get that hall of fame level Janet come on you're golfing with what Tom you golfing. How's it happening? I mean media Reggie play a lot. Dennis Hays Bergh. I'll just play with George Lopez. The day I just play with Matt random people to like. And my main dues like my ANR Brock my homeboy, June any medicinal on. The course, of course. Crazy every hole Rapa buddy duck out there. We wanna I wanna make sure I give you a chance to reflect on the life and the legacy of somebody that you see this hanging on our immortal wall right now in if see Hus. Man. The great man nip is nip is one of those guys man that everybody loved them. Even if you didn't know the music and the way he rubbed off on you. You know, like a lot of people are wondering how you know how he was felt like this, and they probably wasn't a fan. But it's like dude he was felt like that. Because he's touched somebody that you knew you know, what I mean, he was he was just that good of a person and he lift out for the community in the way, he went out. It was just so disappointed in sad that I think it hit everybody across America for somebody that good harder to get taken out that way was like a thing. One of the most disappointing things would insane probably years five years so disappointed especially for black people as as blacks as a whole. I feel so disappointed. It's like you want to you know, it wasn't. It's not fair. It's one. All of those things where you really sit there and say is not fair. So this Thursday night at midnight crash. Hot comes out numb numb juices, fire. Chopsticks fire. You released new song today crash. Tell us about this project. Man, crash talk. I mean, my whole life is I've been crashing every time. I get somewhere. I crash every time I get somewhere. 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613 - Ian Edwards - Your Mom's House with Christina P and Tom Segura

Your Mom's House

2:10:26 hr | 3 months ago

613 - Ian Edwards - Your Mom's House with Christina P and Tom Segura

"It's so gnarly man. Look at look at that. I mean what is is that alcohol seeping out of him at night like a guy that will cock block himself like that yes. That's right love. You're totally right. It's got a healthy thing. Going on healthy. He's a he's really into his one and his family. I gotta respect. This episode is brought to you by stamps. dot com. This summer is showing welcoming signs of a more normal life ahead. finally you can get back to enjoying. Life's little pleasures like smiling at your neighbor seeing a movie and going to the post office. I don't think so okay. Some parts of normal life aren't so great but with stamps dot com. You can skip trips to the post office and save on postage mail ship anytime right from your computer. Send letter ship packages and pay less a lot. Less with discounted rates from usps and ups stamps dot com brings the same us postal and ups shipping services. 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This is my. This is my home office and footsie out and my pink. My pinky toes numb. And i'm talking to you guys. How are you feeling much better much. Better she guys my leg. Do you wanna see it. You show your leg moist. When i show you guys the the colors now Crazy it's really lovely. So it's coming along Minister physical therapy soon. Yeah and I'm just enjoying the inside the house as much as i can. How are the drug is three. You good. I'm off the i'm off the hard staff. I just take oxycodone at night to sleep. That's kind of fun. Yeah that's all it's only one pill a day. Though at night. And i tried drinking last night. I had half a glass of wine and i was like. Oh that's not a good idea. Because then i have to get on my scoot scoot to go potty and like i can get into a scoot scoot accident and breaks yet dog. I think told you to tell me like hey. Don't let her go too fast on the scoot skewed. That doesn't sound like me. Didn't you say someone was screaming. In-studio jeans tell her that you can get into an accident on your scoot skip. Yeah oh the but that's like the bird scooters like the ones that you scan on the street no no the one that you have you can get definitely heard on. Yeah because you have one leg down and they turn you definitely fall off of that and get hurt for sure you can. Yeah well luckily it slows me but you know what helps you. Don't want to get hurt. On one of those is pop. An oxygen have someone. Then you'll be fine. Well i split them. I did wine i. I waited an hour. And then i took my oxy. I i see okay. Okay and just you know the way. The scoots has built. Is that it slows me down when i go around corners. It's got an inherent mechanism. So i can't. I can't really shred. I got you shred. Doug how're you bro. I miss you miss you too. it's It's where we were going to be here real convincing you went. Yeah you too. I miss you. You mean instagram posts. Tell me how much you love me. Guys my wife let me tell you. There's just nobody liked her. I wake up. And i. When i hear her voice. It's like birds chirping like crows. Fucking how come you don't do those post like. I'm just so lucky. I was the luckiest guy in town. I don't feel like that. I miss you guys. I must be home amiss. I thought we were. We were all going to be out here together now and i miss you guys. I missed the studio jeans knuckleheads. I've i've been catching up on intel. The way any has been pooping you ever. Everyone's i mean we've been talking about it quite a bit everybody's roles fired up about it. Sad workup up. you know. We're trying to send him to replace. But he's resisting But look Let's get the The show started. You know what i mean. Yeah the show started what hold on. It's different here. We go read and he he you go i just don't want to say if you're a gold digger and try to go out with me. Don't bother if you're not in it for the love defection and the loyalty. I have to give not worth my time taught. Who is randy bringing in london. This focus to your mom's house to with tom. Christina fits Yeah can you see that guy. By the way do you see him dead. He looks like he has a mattress and he's sick of those gold diggers people with mattresses in their living room or like man fucking gold diggers are just coming after me yet. And he's got some of the criteria of the cool guy video. The angle is dog shit. The lighting sucks and terrible. Yeah but there's like there's mold he's like he's fucking gold diggers man. They keep coming after me trying to take me for everything i'm worth. Yeah the yeah. what are you thinking. His mind is valuable that these women are taking like. I think that if a woman is just like Let's go out. He's like fucking gold digger. You know if if she suggests like getting a beer or dinner. He's like fucking bitch. Don't even love me you. That was. Tom leykis his big thing. He's like i don't do dinner and drinks. i'll take her out for coffee right. I'm not investing in dinner. That's expensive first of all you grow for coffee. You're just asking you to take shit. So yeah yeah you don't take it check out for coffee and your bread. Smells like shit both you. Your breath stinks wanna french. If you're trying to go to pound town you you you know. Let's go out for a drink. We buy you a drink. Cab i can. I buy you a tequila. You kinda lose your you know you're in ambitions. Your judgement goes away and you know maybe in a car. You're you're on your side and kinda slip. Let nothing nothing. I've ever done anything like that. So but i'm definitely not buying your coffee from trying to Yeah 'cause you want you wanna get loops. But he doesn't wanna put in the investment. I think that's what he sees as gold digging. The woman who wants to be wined dined. I think he wants a woman who immediately is like. I'm loyal to you. You know people that are crazy that think that those things are immediate and not not earned overtime like loyalty and le like that's not like you go on a date and be like i love you and i'm loyalty in insane persons the perspective you know. That's known as a red flag. Yeah yeah if somebody is like fucking india it's you and i let's move in also crazy town but also just occurred to me that he might be thinking that if a woman wants you to have a job then she's a gold he might be saying it that way to you. Know what i mean like. You might just be like if she's like. What do you do. Your fucking gold digging bitch. I sit here next to my mattress all day. And then she's like. Oh so you don't have a job. Is that all. You're interested in money exactly. I think you're better than me. Your fucking better than you fucking bitch you now. That he's like display bitches all. They wanna know how much money i make. Yeah but they're just asking if he's employed probably probably or they're just like what you do. He's like here we go again. What do i do for what for money. Yeah that's what. I thought fucking bitch. Listen what he said. Every woman has started to follow me. The ted talk and instagram. I've been nothing but gold diggers. Oh i'm actually trying to find the future of my life. it's disappointing. How people only chair about money now you. I think it's the guy he's upset that they find out he doesn't have money and then he goes your gold digger as opposed to somebody having some self worth who goes. I'd like to date someone. That's employed which is not unreasonable. Like oh what do i don't have a job. You fucking gold-digging slut you know. It's kind of a crazy perspective to have as a little defensive for regular question. Yes yes yeah. That's pretty cool guy. He might be added to the new best commercial. I've ever seen We've seen this match dot com commercials. That just came out was pretty okay. What's going on. It's charles state italia. It's elliot me. Joe looking for a real relationship. So give colds from goodguys. Fucking seeing wolman match today for free must be one twenty or less spokesman with the small amid crime full throttle on matt right now for free and that was made by the cool guy club on instagram. He's always in very funny stuff. But that is i think match reached out to him and they were like hey. Can you help us out commercial for them you know. I just when i was watching that. I thought to myself good morning. Julia looks like the most put together of those guys. Well if you're gonna have to. I mean look it would be scary eventually but like you. If you had to pick one of those guys like hang out with i would go. He just wants to adore you. You know he's the one that's like loyalty on the first minute scotus. Yeah he'd be like what happened. What happened to us like you'd be like we met last night. Yeah but if you had to spend time with any any of them. I would definitely choose joe and shoes joe because i could handle his earnest. Sorry you know no because we're leaving out charles charles. Wait a minute. Charles charles right now choosing over me no i would choose charles an elliott over over the other guys for sure they were. Just overly eager. That's it yeah. Yeah yeah. I'm sorry. Let's separate them. Charles and elliot are here and then terrifying people are here and of the terrifying people. Joe is the least terrifying. I think yes for for a short period of time. Yes and i would go for the most of the caveman guy for me. The one of the hot top three. Oh yeah caveman guy. Because he's just full of rage rage and contempt for women. You know what's interesting. Knocker has layers. it's interesting. How many people in that Commercial are dead. 'cause benadryl guys dead fed smokers dead. Who knows how many other people are dead in that. I'm thinking caveman could be dead. But i'm also but i The four strokes guy now because we've had so much time with him. I'm more intrigued by him. Like i would actually want to sit down and talk with him. Okay in a controlled environment right in like starbucks. Yeah yeah yeah now at his house where he's like. No dick's i'll limp. Are you ready to see get started now but i really wanna know the story behind the video. Like how did he what what sparked him wanting to make a video in a bathroom of a restaurant letting us know about this and like the masturbating with the brother. The whole back story at wanna know. Yeah there's a lot speaking of guys cool guys we've discovered. That austin is full of hot fit good-looking shirtless guys mike. Every time the you offer a card. Yeah you'd go in the car. You're just like look at this fucking stud hot shirtless young dudes jogging everywhere around austin. It is unbelievable. You got you got some saliva coming out. If you wanna go. My god yeah. They're just one. They shaved chests. They're walking their dogs. They're jogging around I haven't seen so much the on ladies. Have you been looking at the ladies. I mean i've seen ladies. But i mean i feel like it's kinda dude heavy town or the dudes dudes are in austin. Yeah yeah if you're single woman you got to move to austin. Yeah i agree. So many Fits so fit. There's a big fitness culture. Here there is a lot of wellness. It's like a wellness fit kinda culture. But i still don't condone jogging shirtless in the streets. I think it's unhygienic. I think it's disgusting It's inappropriate inappropriate. Don't you think it's gross. Like why are you a lotta times. It's grow a lot of times. You don't want to see somebody like that. I would agree with that but then again if you are super fit your like. That's that's what. That's four right. If i was super fit you would never see whether i do the shirt. The show shirtless what. I'm sorry i just be like just looking around. You're right because there's a certain type of guy you have to feel entitled to walk around shirtless. Yeah for everybody. it's not allowed for. Everybody know like burt does it. He forces at on the world. And let's let's be honest. It's polarizing from bert. Okay some people find it rather amusing and some people are like. I'm ready to throw up. Yeah yeah because he has a throw up body. What i'm saying is if i had not a burden of i. I have a burt esque body. If i had like a a bit austin bod be sure this all the time all the time go kayaking and shit on the lake. And they're just so good. But i wish you would go shirtless now as like the mid forties dad What if you were just hanging kids at the playground and you're like sure but there are those guys they're just like well i'm getting i'm getting sun. Come on man come on come on man especially if you're not fit no one wants to see your dog shit but it's like when you watch a porn and there's a guy that's out of shape and you're like dude. Is there not a another dick in the room. That can do this. That works out. I don't want to see a fat guy in a porn now. Although sometimes i the guys i give a little more slack to i guess there are fewer and far between per casting but the women are just so many like you gotta be hot. Like the competition's pretty. Oh yeah yeah pretty steep see when the girl has a little tire around her waist. And you're like how did she get this gig. They should show up and just shovel out the door right. Like all you do is take dick. You can't fuck and put a sandwich down and just get ready for this. God's so true bam hi. You're so smart thanks. Do you given any more thought to. Who would come first in a dp you or your dad. No i was bringing it up to uh nadav today. And i was like d you think you could do it and he goes. I sure it would ruin me forever. I would never be able to be with a woman. Again he goes. Do you think you could be with. Women are going to be. I think so and he goes. Do you think you would sleep that night. And i go no sleep at. I think i would have nightmares but but man. I will be so traumatizing. I think my dad would come fast. Here's the thing is that his age. You're younger you know. But i think he i'm more. I'm more sexually active at my age. Right so i think i'm more used to sex and so i think that the woman who was having sex with me and my dad it to him he would be like this is happening. You know and. I think he would get more excited. And who would be on the bottom with you and your dad. He'd have to be on the bottom. He's laying down he's laying down. He's older you know knees and hips. What they used to be. I'd be like hey dad just relax. I'll be interesting. But then why i was thinking too. Why are you imagine. Can you imagine ryan doing a a threesome with your mother and another guy. That's but why is that. That's a genre. It is the daughter and the mother. Is it's taboo you know. We'll so is the son. And the father. But i am saying i'd like to see some sun. Father is because most most of these things are consumed by and they're not like man. I wish i was doing it with my dad. That's why it's not most men's fantasy. I'd love to get in some sex in with my dad. What about your brother yeah. I don't think most strokes no the men. The men are fantasizing about you. Know two sisters or a mother. Yeah you know. That's something you fantasize about. No it's just never. It's never been a thing doesn't get me going anyway. 'cause what's the Trying to think of what. The appeal is look. I'm gonna bang her and her sister like what's the turn on. I think it just feels super taboo. Like it's getting more than one woman is exciting in a fantasy for most. If you like. They're related a thing. I guess what you don't think so. Yeah i mean yeah. I guess it's not. It's not my thing but no yeah. The whole family affairs thing is not something that makes my dick harder than if they weren't related. Yeah yeah. I'm of the opinion that any two women will do you know. They don't have to be cousins or sisters. Yeah yeah like that layer. I guess it's exciting for some people. Do what you just said that. The tablet like liver related. Yeah share. It's another level of excitement. I think also with With people you know your your boy you get excited. The site of a woman in a bikini and then it's like boobs and then it's i mean it's it escalate so these are people who sex is no longer getting that dopamine drip going so it's about it's about i mean raising the strikes making it more taboo more exciting so that's like other sisters. Oh that becomes exciting. You know and then pretty soon. You're you're wrapped up and in tarpon your lowered into a hole in the ground. And there's a sofa sitting on top of that whole someone's like man my dick's hard right now. I got a dp with my dad today. I wonder if the females actuality if if we're wired similarly titled your stra calendar 'cause you're not yeah for personally for me. The vanilla like peanut butter and jelly stuff. I'm still pretty high like just seeing that for so many years like any time. I see daego into a vm. Like this fucking awesome. Sex is exciting. Just just seeing the daego into these plenty. I think i think most people maybe like a sex therapist. It'd be like oh you have a healthy disposition. And outlook in your mind is in a gutter. You know but guys were different different. Yeah special special. Now what's interesting now is that i have. I have zero v inclination since my accident. I don't feel any kinda that's weird. Hung any kind of sexual inclination. Like i'm totally shutdown totally normal. I'm a week out from surgery. The longest i've ever gone without ejaculate. Eating was during when i got injured. Didn't even over a month but it never even. It wasn't even a thing where i was like. Oh man i wish i could or something just knew it wasn't even it was like you're my body turns it off. Yes how. I feel. Because i got hurt december i. There's no way. I i didn't was had to have been like in january at some point and it wasn't even like normally it's like you know i don't know ninety six hours i'll be like you know just like full of rage. Yeah and then but for for that month nothing. And i'm so glad to hear you say that because i was a little jealous of the nurses that were taking care of you. I thought i thought there. Surely they're giving him handy's Every day surely surely you think and nurses we'll be like hey man well. You're you're famous comedian. Good looking guy the now look what if what if one of these women is going to try to move in on my shit. You really thought this. Yeah just for a second like one of my crazy woman thoughts and then i was like you don't think you don't ever think crazy thought like that. Like what christina is lead hooking up with the fuck in pool guy. When i'm out and then you're like that's that's not happening now you'll ever having a rational ahead rational thoughts not that though. Those don't of rational share. I don't i mean. I don't know what to dig up violence. I know you're like what if i just snapped at checks neck at the starbucks. Yeah okay. I thought i thought that before. I've thought about pulling one of those people in the drive through out of the window before you know by their face. Yeah yeah and then dragging them as the car pulls away dragon by their teeth. Out of the you know. But i i've never done it. Oh my god. I stopped me. If i've brought this up before on the show but so is going through our closet and i found a travel bag of yours and i. I don't go through your belongings. But we were looking for bags to travel with. So i was like i don't know we shoved the bunch of stuff in different bags. We moved so go. Enter this bag. I'm going through what i'm noticing. This is your stuff. I pull out this insane dildo. That is for men and is is one that goes sorry knows for it was for women that one one goes on your but one goes in your now. I guess somebody gave it to us. Just joke or whatever We've never used it time going through him kind of laughing and then i find condoms. Now you and i haven't used condoms in. How many years. Since fuckin- i dunno decade now. I i don't do you have a vasectomy so immediately i go like oh my god. This guy is like road leaving a keys. Find checks on the road. He's got his condoms. And i had a man of like panic. Thoughtfully i might add by wearing a condom. Go ahead fucking new. You're going to say that too by the way by the way and so i was. I had a moment of panic. And you're sleeping. And i was like should i wake him off to confront his ass on these kind of like i had this whole crazy thing in my head and then i looked at the expiration date and it was for like a decade ago. And i'm like oh. I recognize these. This is from like back when we actually use these and then you realized that their economies that you bought them yeah. That's what you ended up telling your. I think i bought these. Oh for when we were like we first started dating before. I wasn't sure if you had the head you know. Yeah but anyway. then you're like. Hey i woke up. I found your condoms and i was like what condoms and i'm like i don't know what you're talking about like in this bag that you've never used condoms. Okay are these your road condoms and take them if you want me to. Yeah yeah but. I did have a moment of irrational panic. I would never had that you have had a rational panic me where we're like. Oh i got was she khushi. Text the where she go in. What if what if she has a secret thing now. Would you like me to or something. I don't know. I don't know look pudding at no. I don't have those thoughts. I guess because my both my parents had such shady relationships like they dated people. That did that stuff. So i'm just used to like. I expect that that's going to happen eventually. You know okay. Doesn't everyone do that sir. I'll get started. I mean. I be so pissed put on a condom right now Yeah i mean like even if some check was all right stick it in but put a condom. I'd be like you know what fuck you okay. I robbed though because i- raw dog only. That's how i live right dot three six five. Yeah raw three six five and if she was like but you know i have this and that i'm like can you only live once. Let's do it. You know yes stupid bitch. All right That's true when you got your to me. Your mom was like oh now you can just fuck around on the road pretty cool like that's why you did it. I was doing it to just not make kids on the road. I'm always. I'm always in that road beef. You know there's got to be a male comedian that we don't know about. Maybe that has families in like every major market not every day but there's deficit comics that have you know a kid or two out there in different cities for sure for sure. Yeah yeah they're always like oh like you know you you play sacramento four times a year. Yeah they just love me against my. I'll tell you. What can i tell you sack town And that's even doing lot we live in tejas. Yup that's my impression. Well well you know y'all welcome to move here but just don't bring your votes with you. We find that quite a bit. Yeah almost california. We'll don't vote like you did most. You won't texas. Turn into california voting. Works but i appreciate it. Thanks all right gene We're gonna run and my guest is here and you're standing you're sitting will chime in whenever you normally would right christine right so You look great. 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No purchase necessary if flus in terms apply see rules baking services provided by mvp bank inc member fdic maximum balance and transfer limit supply and we are back with a return guest one of my absolute favorite comics to watch. You can catch his podcast weekly. These soccer comic ramp podcast. You can follow him on instagram at ian edwards comic. Please welcome back ian edwards to the show. Ladies and gentlemen. Do i look anywhere. That's perfect like this is. This is good to see you in great to see you man. You're looking slim thank slim. What up man my whole lot. Trying to put on way and just can't make it happen and you're like one of those guys probably right. If you ate like twelve thousand calories debut like oh man. My body is being very disrespectful. Especially during covert like before covert i would like. I finally joined twenty four hour fitness and then at night on the way home from the shows the store like i live in los feeless so stores in west hollywood on the way home. There's a twenty four hour fitness on hollywood boulevard and one of those guys that goes in their like late night so yeah it would be as if it was cova time during regular time when i went there. It'd be like me and five people you can get on all the rise to line up like disneyland. Yeah yeah and you just. I just do like half an hour bro. I just do one. Part one muscle and this week at midnight. Midnight or one whenever i get off It's twenty four hour fitness. Somebody has to use those hours right. That nobody else is used as your to justify being open. So i just go then and then i was in decent shape an- anna covert hit and two months in. I did not look like the guy that was going to the gym three nights a week. Really i my body was like yo. We don't remember nothing as happened to the memory foam while they tension the definition intone went away on like easy right and as i say i have to tell you that does make me feel good to see a guy with like a slender billed. Goaling now this fucking falls apart to know it falls apart. Like i think when you're not in your twenties and thirties. Yeah that shit. Just your we out we out. Yeah yeah and it's like. I was like what about all the shit we did say. Yeah yeah my body was like. I was when we in the twenties and thirties. You ate like shit and we held it down for you. But we ain't doing that shit. No more you have to be on this or or physiology. Oh forget it you know what my body said that. When fifteen swear to god eat like a psycho and i was twenty nine inch waist. Fourteen years old. And i'm just like fucking everything. And i was just like what didn't matter. I remember like cousins of mine would be like man you eat so then like i come back. It was a summer break. Summer break between freshman and sophomore year of high school. And so when. I come back to begin. Sophomore year high school to ten. You're like god because i had left thirty pounds. That's my body was like fuck you you disrespectful bass you. Disrespecting master eat healthy cigna so what are you. What are you doing now. Because you've now i'm eatery lean man. Yeah it's for. I mean it's probably like this for the majority of people it's just i need structure. There's some people especially people who are more naturally inshape making just go eat healthy and like they know what that means and they know. Avoid this and eat that I can't do that right. I need like i need. This is a list of yeah so and you eat on. Those are things you can't e and basically i and it doesn't even bother me eat pretty much a lot of the same things all the time i still like will enjoy things that i want to have something. I'll go for it but for the most part you know. Lot of egg whites Much more like spinach and broccoli and tons of chicken and fish and you you got a workout regimen. Yeah i try to do. I try to stick to cardio five days a week and then Weights some vert. You know some weights like three days a week. Because i see some shoulders coming out. The t shirts yeah. I mean it's always a that's always a clear sign. There's something i like. I was afraid of kobe. But as soon as the gym open one friend dean del rey went and as you went to the gym. Yeah and then. The next day as i he somebody that totally changed his whole. Yeah lifestyle completely. Because he he has diabetes. He got he got himself. Eight himself in type two diabetes and then got himself healthy enough that he does not have it anymore. Right exactly takes no medication. Whatever yeah. Because i remember the story which is a wild story which he said he got into juicing and so he's just like you know fruit juices which is just tons of sugar and he was just over a drinking these everyday day. All best the thing is like when people decide to get healthy like what. You're saying eat healthy. What is eating how. what exactly. And then if you're not really you have an idea because you've seen people kind of eat healthy right so you'd like copy us go extremely doing this one. This one thing. And we gave himself diabetes just eating all the all the all the all the fruit juices i like and the thing is this is more to the point of like they. Don't this shit that we should be taught in school. Not like i think the pyramids it's like these are how this is actually the same thing with money. It's like teaches you how to manage money. They just go you know. Oh yeah if you get money then just don't spend it all that's not really an education. Exactly don't teach us any of those things but you learn finally when you make the choice to like the types of foods you should be eating out but the but dean story was fascinated me because he's like drinking juices. I go to the doctor because you're just drinking sugar. Yeah yeah and then he goes is key. He asks his doctor. An i like get out of can i. Can i basically cure myself. And they're like yeah. If you you know start eating this way and lose this way you could possibly do this and not have diabetes if you change your lifestyle completely and he did either. Yeah yep and when he When he first got it was like. Don't worry man you could beat this man in my mind that he's dead detach i'm gonna stop calling them every day he's not gonna make it. He's dead but then you it's like when we always used i always use non movies. Yeah as a reference for when the people in the platoon who survived and they replenish the platoon with new soldiers. Rookies the rookies blair. Hey what's up and in china tell you their name and they're like nine when no your name. Yeah in the first time we go out. You're going to die. I'm going to be close to you. Know dead. I'm out so then dean was cut out of your leg. He didn't know why wasn't all you that you have no idea why didn't return his calls. Like the first three months after he got diagnosed with diabetes. Then he lived. Hey what's up man. I now that you're healthier. Be not at you serious about living. Yes just kick it. Yeah well that's the thing is like. I not to hurt me tom right so we should now that you should call me more now. Yeah yeah yeah you know. You're good for a while. you're definitely now you know i remember one time. Birth told me that this was like because i've gone up and down with weight various times one time i'd gotten real big and then i lost weight and he was like it's good. You lost weight. And i go thanks. He goes because i you at that gym and i was like this guy's going to die hard like thanks man. And he's been other people that are kinda detached from like really. Yeah in life because you wanna get emotionally attached. Attach and it's not even i've known drug addicts that i didn't detach from And i it's i'm trying to think of somebody like ralphie may yeah like i could have been closer to ralphie. May or what's the other guy ramp ramsey. Oh yes ramsey. The real big. They're real young. I just knew something was up. So i always be pleasant with him when i saw him and i'd always be surprised when he was alive. Yes and it was huge huge and the day he died. This might sound i. I just knew it was coming. It was unsustainable of course when when people get up to that like over four and five hundred pounds. You know yeah you know it's not going to be. It's not going to be a shock. My favorite ramsey's story is then sicklers. Said he was. I think he was walking. Maybe up to the store or something and ramsey was like ryan and ryan's like what he goes. Haven't seen you at the gym man. Slipping tell you as five hundred pounds if a guy that tell you your slip and you really got to and i loved. Ramsey plays a person to be of course. But it's like and this. Is you know you dude. I mean i know. I feel terrible for At that size because you realize that like the person doesn't have that the brakes. There's no breaks where they know breaks. Were they go all right. Let's turn this around right but and everybody's not made to live forever. Like i'm not like a really like even when my father died as i i he's dead. He was around for the years that i needed him. Naga us all the lessons that he gave me to just continue on with life. I i never like like i know with life comes death so i'm not really like yeah. The person that's going to cry for a bunch of days or something like that. Were you close with my dad. Yeah yeah because it's funny. Like when i when i moved from new york to here right and when i moved back to new york to drive all my stuff back to la as like a bunch of months then i went back to new york to get my stuff and drive back and i found this new yorker magazine. My mother used to get him from this. These rich people. She used to babysit their kid and in the magazine There was an article and the guy was like. He didn't know how to talk to his grandfather. You know and He will always be awkward when he was around his grandfather's then just like leave. You know those conversations you around the person that you should be closer to but it's uncomfortable so then you just get out of the situation or vicinity so they don't have to be uncomfortable but this guy in this article was like His grandpa for he doesn't heed his grandfather was linked to his great grandfather and the the great grandfathers fog just he knew the history of his family right and the only way to not history of his family was through this last link who was his grandfather so he said he decided to kill the uncomfortableness to learn stuff about his family. Just start asking his family. His grandfather questions question and his grandfather was happy to answer them and it brought them closer together and they had a great relationship. And then i started doing that with my father and he was happy to answer all these questions. and then we got closer like getting was never awkward calling him now just i was auto this have a question that i want to ask him about. His brother's my own coils and like growing up in jamaica when there was no electricity all that yeah and like him getting to england in awe. Meet my mom's and all that tried to saint with my mom she's like no she didn't answer shit really she act like i was taping compensations and trying to keep asking these pat me down. She's not as now your father. Did he meet your mother in the uk in england. No so they. I think i told you. Before colonization in reverse okay jamaican people or anybody from colony that england used to control would move to england to get jobs so my mother and father knew each other based on what my father told me in jamaica. They just knew each other. They moved to england separately and then they ran into each other and and then right started hooking and got married. and all and this is. When your dad was like everything's irene and back so larry's the by the way you visited you ever lived in canada. Candidates are visited. Canada this This came in. I did not know what was going on at first. But i'm gonna show you this video of guy. I'll just play it and then we can talk about it arrest for assault. You're under arrest guys. This is a citizens arrest. Day from days. No-frills you are under arrest for assault two counts. You have the right to remain silent. You think you say can and will be used against you record of law okay. Hey i have to take this man to custody have to touch. He's now in custody going anywhere. No you're you're first of all just the balls to be like i've arrested you like i'm a sit. Who actually thinks you. Can you know. I have to touch you. And then he goes to take all right now. You're under arrest canada's getting really american. I know i was like damn american balls of that canadian. Tell another canadian. Yeah you under and you have to come with me. Come with me. That is interested you. I mean that attitude is just going to get everybody kill absolutely. He's like taking you into custody. Took us the way you take you. You don't have cuffs. What do you have a mom. And pops prison can we franchise. Can we open this crazy arrest for assault to to act. You're not going anywhere. No you're under arrest the wrestle you guys sought if you twice either defend myself against you are under arrest day here. Glasses black pants. Black shoes great hoodie. Black and yellow citizens arrest. He's not going anywhere till the cops get here. Let's see how this turns out you are in custody. You understand is not in case you are under riot. I already have arrested this man. You could see all my wrestling. Don't know this but you're under arrest. Tom re under arrested you. Yes am i in custody. You're in you're in my custom common dare in the studio as a prison to arrest you bro. So right now. I'm going to sell your cell but this is what you're going to do. I need you to finish podcast with me as your and if you do a good job i might unrest you and i just can. We get lunch. Please oh shit yeah. It's a good idea okay. You're a model prisoner. I just made a citizens arrest awfully malone back in custody. He's got to nope peace. You get outta here. He's he's in my custody. Fix weekly please sir. Your terrestrial officer. You're under arrest. I s somebody else i wouldn't. You are now in custody where what is a step with trying to find a word. What is the limit for assault. Yes that's interesting honestly We need to like a legal person here to break it out. Because i always get confused with a battery. You have to like hurt somebody but assault like if i touch your arm you could be like you just assaulted me. Yeah people will say that. He assaulted me and they just touch right. Like what does it say. Here i saw battery exists on both the let tort law contexts criminal context in an active physical violence assault reverse refers to the act which causes a victim to apprehend imminent physical harm while battery refers to the actual act causing the physical on. Okay this is just embarrassing to white people. Tell you it is. Videos are to black people embarrassed into latin people embarrassing to always. This is just embarrassing. These are grown ass men and they're grown as white house. I'm sure they got kids you. You're under arrest. You assaulted me are in my custody. And they're filming it and feeling like this is gonna vindicate their side of the story that completely ignorant this shit the best part and then he's like Thankfully thankfully documenting this. He thinks he's really like out. Wait till everybody's sees. I did the right thing when i hit them with this evidence. You trouble broke well. Here's the last video and you'll never believe what happens. These guys these guys here simpson's arrest office. Then he's just like you're crazy. I'm taking you israel and you don't have to you guys you guys. I made his decision. I like that. He's actually telling cops he's like no you don't understand. I remained citizens. So that's fucking hilarious. Should be doing something. Because i already said guys in custody right now a guy. The guy has no eagle whatsoever How did they know to arrest the right. That's what i wanted to know how they think the description probably the the. Oh he was just like you'll see one guy here without a mask whose anything. That's pretty fucking all right. Well we gotta balancings out if we're going to you know mock white people. You're not going to be fair black people. I don't even know if it's embarrassing. I don't mean neither me. Neither i mean what else does he got to do. Yeah you know. He's got blue shorts in his big deck and swing it around. This is an ad i mean. I think he could get past at the store with this. You can get on a supernova. This is my clothes at supernova. I mean dude. He also so aggressively that face. I mean i mean i in these focus bro. Yeah i mean this is kind of like maybe in this village this is like this is like the equivalent of like showing your feathers. Yeah i got a peacock like this. He's like check this out. He's almost like a human shake weight. Yeah the way. He's just vibrating like that. It's definitely a big dick. No question just in case anybody in the village was not knowing you know now you know. Now who's got a big deck. Yeah let's keep the racial theme rolling. Wonder what race going now. We're going to combine white and black and you. I want to know your take on whether you you ever feel like like a white guy especially like got old white guy. He's like you know like looking at you or you know checking you out and you're like the fucker you looking at man like i don't know. Does that ever happen in a store and public where you just feel. A white guy has taken it upon himself to be like the guardian of the place and his like. Are you supposed to be here. I don't know if you like black people might yeah. I grew up with like a type of complex. I'm trying to get rid of Where it is home because on the news every night and like black people were criminals. Yes is like. I'm trying to prove that i'm not. Yeah so like. I'll walk into a store. My hands up i'll ask clerk could you. Could you put that on account for me. Money market. take whatever you want. And i'll lose money all the time overpaying and just approved that we're not all criminals but you know i've been institutionalized by yes the system. Yeah yeah i like. I'm always conscious to not to not do anything. That looks criminal. Even though i'm i'm not in this really is and you're like this is in your head lot. Yeah yeah in my head a lot. Yeah yeah don't don't assume that. I'm a bad guy. Yeah yeah yeah. Because that's all you know it's been it's been printed so i'm just trying to get that shit out and makes that actually that makes that makes a lot of it is especially if you you know you lived in new york right but it like in a lot of like suburban america Where like there's white people who don't even they don't have daily interactions with black people. They're the ones who are just like they're watching that news being like. Gosh yeah when. When i when i first moved here i was like seventeen right new york in long island and i i got you. Don't you learn the world learning this new country and I so i started working at this burger king and i was like one of the few black is the like i got another homey like a job there but my brother used to work there and got me a job did any left and then there's one other home. He went to the same high school. You know so long. We went to union high school but we worked at the burger king in east meadow. Okay so but normally be like one of us to shift or two of us this shift and his all white people and cool. We got along with them. But what i remember the white kids. Tell me you're not like other black is right and then years later hit me. It's like they did know any other black guys right it. It's the news. Yeah yeah yeah. They only knew black people from the news. So they're assessment of black people was just based on what the news put out every night so so when they said that they like. I wasn't robbing them right. You know what. I mean right right right. But i didn't know at the time they don't even know at the time i take it. You're like oh. I was dumb enough to take it as a compliment at the time to be honest. Thanks thanks yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. I bought like those guys but i. I didn't know any better stupid. Yeah yeah yeah that makes sense to me. This episode is also brought to you by black rifle coffee company. black rifle. Coffee company is a veteran own. 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I put some stay in your lane. You don't he's words. Don't normally come out of your mouth You can't just take over a game nuts day day instead of being so fucking easy. Look at you you despicable you call yourself a fucking humid humid's kissed my fucking death. He does say that a lot. He says kiss my time he put he put a put a good set of insults together to make one kiss my dick kiss my dick. I should actually go. National should be his face on a all mad. Larry's do yeah. That really stuck with me though that you said that the you're just That they're like you're like you're not like the other guys and then at the time you don't even know like young like happy to be calm like i have no. I'm learning like to communicate with people right in in american way in a new country. Even the black people are not the same type of black people. As i am right so any compliment. I'm taking it sure at the time was that that's interesting 'cause i got. I saw this in south florida Where american black people And and there was a big like Kind of disconnect Between american black people in like miami. Let's say And like islanders haitians and and separate and la times you know not getting along But the experience that or did you get along with american lack people in new york or we got like and taste some school. I some somebody else this. But i wrote it also and i realized somebody else wrote this or maybe i think somebody else. School was like jail bro. Really it in the sense that segregated segregated like even in the lunchroom mr jamaican table then the cambodian table then the latin table. Then there's the the football player table then the cheerleader table and they will get to hang out with the and then there was the track team. But then there's jamaican people on the track team. So then they get along with the american football players and and the thing. But when you when when i walked in that lunchroom mess hall yeah. Same thing it's just like if you went to prison you just join your group and then they would accept you because everybody's glad to get more numbers added to their group right right. You know what i mean. And then We used to think i might get into. Fights would like black americans they call them yankees You know so. Every black american was a yankee Saw in a chilling jamaican home. You come up to missio. We gotta fight with the yankees after school. And i'm like negative ten of us. The whole school is still yankees. Who's setting up his fights and who can't count. this is bullshit. We gotta but i gotta show up. Because i don't show up then you don't even have ten jamaican friends. Yeah yeah he. But he's like it'd be in the woods after nervous hoping we'll talk our way everybody will talk and not fight but jamaica's very like you know like like prideful unlikely. We go for it so we could sometimes scare them out of wanting to fighter. So they're they're looking at ten jamaican dudes who are not backing down and like these more focused crazy. Yeah yeah exactly. So then you know like a little skirmish over here and they were helping. You guys talked a good game like at least like we would fight if we had to. I remember one time. I got into with this quarterback from The football team yankee yankee we used to the soccer and football was the same size right. Yeah so i'd seem in the locker room and we had one class together and one day he i guess i was sitting with my foot across the aisle and he just walked through it and he was huge to and I got up. And i shoved him and i think he punched me and i went down and came right back up and then i'd be watching wrestling and i just like i could drop kick him because i've been watching wrestling. Never tried to drop kick. Anybody before didn't know wrestling was fake every time somebody did it on. Tv work yeah. So why would this work for you. Went to drop kicking. I probably bow feet. Probably touched his belt. Then i hit the floor again harder than when he knocked me to the ground and then people jumped in and broke it up and we went to the principal's office and we both was like nothing. But afterwards you know jamaicans my home they heard about it and they say yeah we're gonna fight them afterschool like this big money and and i'm like i. I got three days suspension school anyway. Let's not fight them. yes. I have to talk them out of knocked out of revenge fight but it's like but they would just down you know what i mean. There's a lot of fighting. It can happen it can happen. Yeah yeah it was but you have to ride because those are your boys. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah damn dude and says it was hilarious man. Yeah me not trying to think. I got the most like like scuffles. Should i get into was in a public school milwaukee for public schools milwaukee. Yeah yeah but it was a milwaukee's a very segregated city. There is still considered one of america's most people don't know that most segregated cities and so they would bus kids in inner city kids and black his latin kids and yeah. There was a lot like like you said like a very much. Lunch was like black table white table. That just how it was. Yeah those tables and then there's a group like this golf table yet and then there's the you could tell what type of music people were into Based on the table and how they were dressed. yeah it it was just. It was just so funny to walk in there. That's what i love sports for me. Sports where the great equalizer ended up like integrating with certain people. Yeah yeah you know. 'cause i played football and baton so like you just be the kids that wanted to fight you the year before. Now you're on the same team. Brings you all together. Yeah so it's cool. You play football. American football now football. Even when i played soccer are played with some latin americans and south. Americans i remember. I forgot the dude's name but he always gets into fights so like hey man at their school Now we're running to the bus and the whole school is chasing to the bus. Like what what the fuck are you doing. Was it a south american dude. You got us into a couple of fights like yeah like during games and after games you know and and i think is partly because we suck as a soccer team. Our coach was the baseball coach making some money on the side. Coaching soccer and he knew nothing about soccer. So that's hilarious. If we're losing and and i can't i don't want to say the wrong name and homeys frustrated and and he was just fiery anyway then we just get into fights and did we have a team plus who i was watching the game. We ought to get to the bus. That's after we got asked on the field we had I got a fight at a basketball game or sure in high school where i was on. Jv this is like freshman year. Sophomore year and This dude that. I'm guarding me He keeps doing like hard elbows. Rebound and i told him i go. You do that one more time. Like i'm gonna fuck you up and so we run back down the court back down this time. He does it again this time when he turns i shove him from behind so he goes face down into the hardwood and the whole raff sees it clearly. tease me up. And he's like get the fuck outta here and then the you know the the the crowds like all fired up about it They they debate whether or not when the game is over to do the handshakes you know like a good game. Good game thing. We should probably keep and then they say they think we should and they start throwing punches in the line then at skirmish and then it was all on me. I was i was congratulations. Yeah and they're like man. I don't know if you have the right disposition for this man. I love basketball. That guy deserved it though. Yeah percent hundred percent and just like a true ref. They could probably coaching ref nba. Because they always catch the the talion allegation not the you know comedy times like dude elbowed you yeah man. And he was like he was doing. This wasn't like boxing out hard. He was he was just like throwing ribs. Right right the fuck man And and he did it like four or five times to the point where i was like all right man. I'm gonna fucking face. Plant you into this hardwood floor. Right now focus. He deserved it. Yeah it's funny. I was watching the euro's yesterday. So there was a game with france who verses germany's huge game and One of the german players. he's garden Who's a who's a pretty fantastic skill wise and So he he. This pod was back. He's behind him bites him on the back and grabs the two hands of titties on him in the middle of the game because his team was about to passing the ball and probably like what the fuck and the referee's call the foul on paper and pop was arguing with the referee. You wondering why until slow in a slow motion they show you. And i put it on my instagram. But it was so everybody posted. It like somebody binu on your back during the game. Yeah but it's like worse than a hard bite like a love nipple. Yeah and then he grabs your titties if he just felt like a stripper. Yeah we got to see this. I definitely got to see this as i it. It was just weird and the guy who did it. His name ruediger was wearing a mask. Is it on your and your feet now is in the story. I was in the story and might be in the store still enough. It's there to say here. Oh yeah oh my god so wait. Explained to me the guy who's biting doing the biding his who his name is ruediger. He's pleased with germany. Okay and the the guy in the blue is is. Papa is pago and he's france and he plays for france said any does that by like little nibble and then we just hit and like what the fact man that is pretty who is. There is the big biter who he had multiple by. Oh that's a exit. luis suarez. Yes yes suarez his bodily. Yeah his bisera knowing he played in lalita yulia. Here's bites bites and he was like He had like an old bite and then he had a more recent bite that he was like. No i did. And they're like you have a live biting me lies. He's like yeah. He's left his dental work in a in in soccer he was like no i did. I mean that dude. But he's had more aggressive. All his bites is out. This says all bites go go full screen on it can you. 'cause he'd like chelsea play too. Yeah he's when he played for liverpool multiple people. Here's making up with the guy that's funny. I didn't mean to bite you there. Oh here it is his the one against the ivanovich. Did you see in the corner. I mean come on holding it there. He's like Just get a quick bite and here insane. It's pretty insane sane man that you just you just blacked out and just in any accident. You didn't do nothing yet. I didn't do anything dude. Your teeth are right here in my skin you notice game. It's going to be another bite right here. Right let me see yeah. He's pathetic right there. Yeah and then. He pretends the guy hit him. Yeah amazing amazing. Then then he's my teeth and and the other thing is. This is a an elite player. He's a he's one of the i would kind of say he's one of the in the in the last generation of goalscorers. Yeah he's up there so we're talking about like an elite level. He's plays with messy. Yeah he used to play with messy. He just one lolita on other team after he left bar sur and one la leaguer Athletico madrid okay. The other madrid. Okay yeah do. I mean you clearly like biting your thing bro. It's it's so it's so nutty like why would you just wanna bite another sweaty dude at for him. It's gotta be it's like. I gotta do some. You know what. I mean that that feeling of like I'm i'm losing and i need. I need to act out. You know some people throw punch or something. But he goes. He goes to biting obviously. But that's so weird. It's like you know you're gonna get in trouble for it yet. There's cameras everywhere happened the last few times you bit. Yeah you got in trouble right a lot of trouble. So why would you do. They have even. They add more cameras this every season. The guy that gets like sixty you is like. Didn't that fucking suck the first one know man the guy that can't help himself. I even understand. You is more because you're addicted to alcohol. Okay but what about the guy who has like. You know eight carjacking charges. You know what i mean. He's just like you like. Do you keep going to jail. Jail cars man. Maybe he just wants the day off the off often week. 'cause you're gonna get suspended. This is insane though. it's pretty with is. He's still playing as he still j. Just one league with the lego athletico. So he's on like break now because the season's over i didn't realize how hard core of a soccer fan you are. Yeah yeah you're getting up at five. Am amna watch international. Yeah yeah yeah and era big man. United fan big man. United heads even in your instagram. By says cnn wisconsin united fan. I forgot that was a funny. Yeah barely have comic. They're yeah you're like fuck as comedy comedy. Damn dude. you're all in man. Forget it is what it is and What's the state alita. Because for me. It's always been like you know peripheral thing where i go. Yeah who did you so you lived in. I lived in madrid for six months. And who did you follow. Well i let it go real or somebody now real madrid. Real madrid madrid. Who was who was playing for them when you do. This is a this is year q thousand. I'm trying to remember who the the big star was then. There was a couple. Was it large international stars. At was it like dan was it there. Was it figo. Well all those guys were active at that time. I'm trying to remember who was a c. Is that the roster. Their soccer team two thousand Put my glasses on the cbs. Should casillas was the goalkeeper. Ro ro yeah. That feels right. I thought they had another like huge Brazilian at that time to probably rinaldo renowed the first renaldo the very first one i originally now. It looks like he's not on the tooth. What if you type in a row madrid two thousand roster and just actually see the Should be list right there underneath that one. Yeah players see hit number two there all right so there is a squad Michelle roberto carlos. He was pretty huge. Now is the two thousand. Does this make sure this is right. Scroll up did they. They won the cup right european cup yet. They won the champions league champions league that year. Right yeah good. It's a very pleasant ringtone. Gets louder an annoying and shit. I feel like that ringtone fits into your thing about like black is all threatening you know. Even my even my My ringtone old white lady would have the same ran. Ding ding ding ding. Anything see you hear my ringtone ringtone would not hurt anybody and yeah okay i guess. Reckon i mean those. Don't feel like superstar named roberto. Carlos was huge sell auto and mri Was herreros defender. Row was huge. steve. Mcmanaman was was ex- The baku players. He's hugh row seat off was dutch. And these fucking. He's a monster like skill wise. Yeah and guti was really fucking good. Yeah let team shit. I because they wanted all. Yeah yeah I remember what. I remember more was going to that. There's like a plaza. All the teams have a plaza in these cities. Like when they win. You go here right and so we went there. I went there after a number of games but when they won the cup Dude like felt like the whole city was at that and then the fucking tanks came out with the water hoses you know like a full out to help celebrate or to disperse the disburse. Yeah oh the guy. Got overwhelming cars. Couldn't drive down the street. It was it was pretty. It was right in the center of madrid to yeah and then when they're then they did the shotgun bags like the pellets jammed. People with those people got wild. Go while yeah. What were they doing like hanging from shit hanging from like typical laker celebration. That kind of thing. But this is like a eight hundred year old. Oh yeah that you with waterfalls and they're like swinging from and these guys like peng just shoot people like get the fuck. Yeah on the team. But it was fun. That was fun men. Did you go to any games now. I was just like you know. I ended up. You end up watching games because it's just like you know what to do. It's like Thing it's like if you're here in the lakers are in the playoff. You're gonna watch a laker game. So but i remember that it. It interested me in in lalita. Because you know it was everything so when i came back here i started. I mean not unlike like a lot of classical and right here you know just following real madrid and barcelona lot because they're like these two super teams and Yeah it feels like that. That era is now starting to come to an end though right because those guys like cristianos like thirty six or something now right mess. He's gotta be around there or something. Yeah mess like maybe two years behind him and cristiana move to juventus. Yes now. he's in. he's in italy. Yeah but He's able super dominant though. Yeah he's he's playing into euros now. Yeah and He scored is playing turkey And he missed a sitter in the middle of the game And is funny. Because there's a lot of stars on portugal and the stars the players have one more than the coach so he they sh- the the game was zero zero. It's a game portugal. This supposed to win and they cut to. The coach on the sideline talked to two guys. Like he's i don't know who to sub they all gonna be pissed at me and if they get pissed at me Then i'm gonna get fired. He was you didn't hear him say that. Yeah that's what like to be a coach in a position where you can't sub anybody out because because you're scared that's not a good position to be is not a great position to be in and then as let me pull burn out of silver. Because sometimes his coach from his team pulls him and then he pulled him and then somehow they they. It was an accidental ricochet. Portugal went up one and then ranaldo relax and he scored two right after an rinaldo score two goals and they were good and they were good who they play They beat hungary. Is this qualifying stuff. Yeah you're just trying to get out the group stage you get into the knockout round. Okay yeah i mean do you have because you know in the big thing here like in sports. The everyone's always like who's better who's better. Sometimes it becomes clear like everybody. Most people would kind of unless you're complete fucking idiot. Acknowledged that brady's the greatest quarterback we've ever had The endless debate you. Here's obviously lebron and jordan right but this also that's different era stuff But i've heard you know. I'm not well versed enough to know. But do you have a hardline opinion on cristiano messy as the better player So i like real madrid. But i like boscell an anti boss. I'm i'm a man. United fan and rinaldo played for man united then we sold into real madrid a real madrid fan because a lot of manual players ended up ended up there right but i do think messy is a little bit better not by much skill skill wise just a notch above just a notch above and a little less selfish so i like the the the selflessness which is a degree more of selflessness which goes to messy because messy will track back and tackle jordan was not only the best score yes but he was defensive player of the year of credible incredible. I'm not saying would defend like that but sometimes you track back in defend and help pressure and win the ball back. I feel like rinaldo would do that. But most of the times are yo- fucking barlett. Y'all get it to me. Yeah and you'll get you the results but right now. So i'm more for the person i did. Watch that documentary on barcelona's like on their whole organization in the junior league is incredible. Yeah lama yeah. Yeah that's crazy right. What they built is insane. You're you're essentially you know. It's a factory their own factory of like find. The world's best young talent develop them and then take them to this team. That plays incredible. I mean just incredible and then they break down the way they play dry like. There's a style of play here. And how because they played together since they were teens that it's like the shorthand is just just put them right into the to the squad saying the main squad plays. It's pretty it's pretty fascinating do here. They're amazing men a nothing. I know nothing like that I'm gonna show you We we play this because you know you have an accent. You're i do. I talk normal. No no no. We play master of accents massive of accents and we tried to like sometimes play a clip. Go understand what guy saying like. Yeah totally just got an accent. But sometimes it's like it's hard to break it down so just tell me if this is something you can understand. We'll have seen a lot of changes. Mr fitzpatrick in farming. What would you say was the biggest change would machinery and what sort of machine that made the biggest impression. What my the reaper. The often but by one of course up to grow up is a powerful one of the first of all. I couldn't even understand. The guy was asking the question. So that's good. That's why i knew. I was in trouble. Okay so as you did not get it all right. yeah. I've heard machinery. I heard machinery to and that was about it. Yeah do we get a do over. We again hear it again. How seen a lot of changes in farming. What would you say was the biggest change when machinery. okay. I'm what sort of the machine made the biggest impression what my degree put him by delivery but by the one question up to grow up is wonderful. That's another language bro. Man the end. he's a i think he said there's a powerful bunch of them. Everything else stood that the last sense as a power of the he said powerful bunch of them and then and then let me see if he talks more hair reaction of the people at that time to the more machine which lincoln you'd have put up awarded but more at it and some of them. I think you told me wouldn't have it under land atoll roller glenn. Good far tone even lower beating. It's crazy that he's not drunk so hilarious. he's sober. he's a hundred and seven years old in this video aiming for real He's one hundred and seven really. You know what's funny about this too. It's the fact that you know you know in school. Eighteen shakespeare and it's supposed to be english. Yes and you can't understand it. Yeah maybe that's what he's saying. He speaking shakespearean or whatever. Yeah lan would. You spoke whatever version of english. Yes you spoke one hundred years. That's he speaks to me. When i met the scottish guys a show chat me up. Oh you know big fans. And as they're talking i go. Isn't it crazy that like the language that i speak is from where you live the fuck. You're saying all and they laughed. No but i was like. I don't know what you're saying man like. Can you write it down. It's funny that you're honest with them. Oh yeah yeah. How do you think that they're even compares with the comeback into the person team. oh phenomenal. you're awfully different a knob ho different fe. She flat here is paul. Reprint wouldn't pay. No you know how that really does sound like gay liquor shelly. Germano some shia. You know. I told you i you know i was. It was awkward talking to my father So i'd ask him questions Like my father sounded like this. I would never i would. I would just not spoke to him. We would never. I would never learned anything about him yet. If you're like dad tell me about. What was it like growing up without electricity. Put on them but the caught up to grow up is a powerful one. Two and you're like all right that i gotta go. So larry if this guy was sober and got pulled over in america the cops would arrest them. Oh yeah they wouldn't even given the the breakfast. Righty you face. Meanwhile he's just never drank in his life he just sounds like this one hundred seven. This episode is also brought to you by butcher box. Whether you're hosting a backyard get together. An impromptu gathering butcher box will help you spend less time searching for high quality meat so you have more time for making memories. I mean what's better in the summertime and cooking up some great meet grilling with your friends. Your family getting people. Together sharon stories. You know eating good food. that's what it's all about. Butcher box delivers humanely source. 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When you're ready to launch us the offer code mom to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain by the way. Did your dad say that growing up like that. Was it like normal right. It was just normal. I sometimes i even. When i was growing up in jamaica like sometimes you have no electricity And sometimes you would. And it's sometimes the power companies for sometimes. Maybe you didn't pay the bill Sometimes the power company. Just shut it all off really. Don't know if it was a reboot thing and an intern ship back on but then ruin case them now. I was in a saint catharine. Like a church ben old harbor okay and then i also lived in spanish. Town are these all coastal not. Well read terrier. i mean. it's funny like i. I grew up a lot in saint catharine in church pen right you pull it up. Yeah so it's another power state. They don't say states they say parish. Yeah so So then the news. Saint catherine and i think kingston is after i like not kick the. There's another parish may be and then kingston or i got a this is terrible. I'm going to get killed missy k. Spend a minute. Why would go to the map but old harbor was not where i love where you can see that. Yeah yeah yeah. Kingston's yeah saint andrews which kingston is in okay and saint catharines right next to it. Yeah yeah yeah okay and then are you like near the water or more interior up. So here's a funny thing. So how do i describe this. So maybe you could walk the old harbor Which is like an hour walk. And then there's older bay so it was kind of coastal. But i didn't know how close it was until like i went back as an adult and my cousin who i used to live with in. We grew up together. He built a house and he built like a balcony and then we went up to the balcony and like a ocean as all this time. Ocean was right there really. Yeah yeah yeah. I had no idea how close seriously shit was weren't going to the beach. La donna like it was an event last to the beach here. Okay yeah because i have no transportation around there so he just like. Wow you know i was young. I handle car delivered to your seventeen. Yeah yeh that's impressive. I had no idea how close are was did a beach. That's funny and you're really close. Ben yeah yeah. Yeah actually you know what's actually similar to that is living in l. a. Because you'll do you can do a thing you know when especially when you move here For someone's like they take their he'll go to the beach and again. You go to malibu wherever you check it out and then you get into like just life mode you know Work and you're dating and you're doing things and you're going out and i'll send you could be like man like someone will come to town beach and you're like. Oh yeah the beat. I haven't been there nine months but the beach is like a fifteen minute drive or whatever you know you forget that it's right there you forget that right they take it for granted. Yeah like During a whenever like you say when somebody comes visit then you do all the torah shit yes and and then it gets you kind of back into an appreciation of la. Yeah and Like hermosa beach right. Yeah like i met somebody down there. You're doing comedy magic. Not even like for covert like. I went to the beach. But i go to hockey beach like venice. Malibu yeah all shoot right and then somebody was in town and they said meet them down at hermosa and i met them down in as i. Oh shit this shit slaps. I'm like why wasn't i coming down here. The entire pandemic the whole pandemic down there hits different definitely does and it's like these people were like careful but they was living the life. There was the beach life south. Bay's the shit. Yo bro. I swear to god like two three times a week. I'm in hermosa right now. Really i swear we. I just dragged this comic down there named rocko. He want to go as he wants to hang out so let's go to hermosa. He's talking yourself out of it. I said let's just think about it for twenty minutes. Hit me back and we went down there sunday. We he's like so when we go going back. Yeah that's at shit is when we lived in redondo beach for years and that was the fucking one of the things was that the beach was a ten minute walk for lived and so sometimes we would go down there And even if it was like twenty minutes to just sit and look at the ocean here but also that beach is like not a highly sought after beach. Right feels like a private beach. Some yeah like just open to you. I remember i did christina's podcast one time down a you weren't there or i don't know yet different podcasts. At the time. Yeah maybe i was gone or something. Yeah and i did it. And i spent more time like i'd i saw the beach when i was on my way to the podcast and say i didn't know this was down here and this is like over a decade ago whenever So i know the ship was down here. Did the podcast. And i spent more time at the beach tonight. Did doing the podcast. Like i stuck around. Yeah was i take this in a man. there's the it can. La county is so enormous. Yeah there's things that you can live somewhere. i mean. I lived here a decade before. I knew that was there. I'm living in redondo for a while. Before i accidentally drive the palo. Verde's the fuck is this. Yo hey zeus was there with a sunday. And he's like yo. There's starbucks is on a bluff you could see as to. Why didn't you tell me about this. Shit i cursed him out like you know all the because he's from long beach and his family like that. This was their sunday to come to the spot. Yes and check it out. Yeah and he's like how you hold it out on the whole out this man so sunday was supposed to go to palace verdes bro. Because he said there's this you could. He told me. I know exactly what he's talking. Yes i'm like. You see me like gorgeous. Gone crazy for this shit and you never told me that there's a drive. You can take in the palestinians that you've earned feels like driving in a mike on a movie set. You're like what the fuck is that people live here. It's unbelievable it's unbelievable. You're always on sunday bro. It's on. I'll give you a spot to go. Yeah here yeah. Yeah i mean i mean look at that. Coastline man. Less crazy man. That's right down there and it's free it's free it's like you can drive down there and look around for free for free. Yeah look at that man. This crazy room. That's only twenty eight million dollars. I think so. Fucking amazing yeah. It's pretty amazing man. there's nothing like a good confrontation so this is also an irish confrontation. I'm gonna play for you right here this. I don't know who's how this started but it it gets. It's pretty funny look ourselves. Nobody's misunderstanding yours. And didn't take her touch it. So we like this you touch it may why shall age whatever shall i tell you. It must be under this morning. Joe wiped me again. Then why why are you touch it. I'm getting below nation. I touch the car. You didn't touch it touch it. Why why may. I agree with you. Don't buy anything by dopey gay. That's all i'm saying. Don't he gave. Why are you being gate your customers. There's by the way there's there's a culture an age group of guy who they if you like your gay. It's there's no higher insult this guy. It offends every Like he's going back to where he's from and the fact that they probably like murder gave me like one hundred seven years old but he can speak english. He adapted if he's when he was like that guy he was like you do not use this word with me like there's no greater insult possibly give this guy you being gay or hold on you tell you i tell you. You can't manage it in a minute if you use this again. If you use this word again smacks. You're shouting juice. Sits sad but it's funny. So the irish guys fucking would've i think so yes. Yeah and the apparently where. I don't know the asia asian guys from yeah is homophobic for sure for sure for sure so. This is a huge in salt. Yes and he's reacting he's reacting and and and the irish guys loving guy knows that it's getting under skin so he's like just stop being gay. This is episode of punked yet more like regular more. He knows he found the button game in. Once you find a button you can't stop. No no it's going to be and especially if you know like you're not saying you're not like using slur like you know what i mean. You're not saying like a horrific that everyone's going to be. I can't believe you're saying that you just know you now that you're saying like something. You're bald fucking. Stop saying that once you say. Yeah when we were kids whatever are siblings demanded that we stopped doing yes. That's exactly what we did exactly. Stop doing it means dude. That shit i mean. I have two young kids. And that's exactly what they do to even to me. That's why as soon as you like. Don't touch that. They're like this down. Don't go in my office. Fucking hanging off stopped going in my office. I mean here. They just all they do. You spoke with you. So this is the version of your kids. Yeah why are you being gay. Tell you i tell you you. You take tele-medicine this in a minute if you use this word again if you use this word again your saying again and again. Don't do big. I remember when you tell you. Why are you calling me wait. I didn't mentioned hard. But you didn't mention if you've death. That's not my problem with headphones. You're not listening to me. He so angry dude. He's got so angry. Yeah he's got he's got. This reminds me of like school. And your fucking with them and you know you got you know like he just he hooked and you can tell. He's he's doing everything he can. He's recording it too. Yeah so he's i. This is gonna be fun. Yes to post. yeah you know. Like he's irish. People love fucking with irish friends. They funniest should And he's got him. He's recording it and he's he's fucked with people before and he knows how he's yeah he's also those. All it did was telling me he was gay. Yeah yeah i can make you. Don't be 'cause he touched my hand here. You're you think. I'm jeff you've got your pigs. I'm getting you for your things you you tell me to touch it up. I'm not. I'm not coming to save this. You'll do address anyways. This guy's gay so if he's acting like he's he's in the closet he is like could be nothing worse than look. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah if you want to smash face game you might be. If you're so hard against not being a thing. Yeah you might be that thing. It's like all those You know evangelist preachers. That are like homophobe. Homosexual acts or a spitting in the face of god and all this you know they want gays wiped and then you find out. Oh he had a guy in his hotel room. And especially the guy who says spitting in the face of god. Yeah can ever be gay of freeze spitting in the face of god. The ultimate in homosexuality is this played before you got here. But i think you'll enjoy it. This guy is well. i'll just show you. i just don't want to say your gold digger you. Try to go out with me. Don't bother got a mattress love the affection and loyalty. I have to give not worth my time. He's worried about gold diggers. He's worried about the last thing he needs to worry about. Basically good you totally good. Yeah yeah you the the woman who wants you has no ambition. And that's what you need to work. It shows that you need to step your game up. Yeah yeah this is. This is his trigger is just being asked. Do you have a job and was like okay you gold-digging bitch. Nice went off you're employed. Yeah yeah that's all you care about is money as various like i mean. Just whole vibe is fucking hilarious like maybe maybe though. We don't know his right and that mattress against the wall that there's only room for him to put it down at nighttime when he knows he doesn't have to walk around in the place is because a gold digger got him. Yeah and he's in the situation now. Yeah but now you don't have to worry about gold diggers bro. They took it all. They took it all. Took it all you. You're you're just a guy now and Like goldie worry about you not having money. Yeah in trying to holler them right and you don't have it you don't got. Yeah yeah yeah i mean gold diggers are not a problem in your you you would want to be at the stage you've got to aspire for gold diggers to want you to have to turn gold diggers down because this is not at least. A mattress is clean out given that that is unlike uc berkeley mattress city posted. Nah oh yes. I mean fuck. That's your boy Used to be so gnarly man look at look at that. Look at that. What is is he using here die. Yeah rogaine and stuff. Yeah i don't think he's using it on his chest and his legs. I mean what is. Is that the alcohol seeping out of him at night. Could be could be good chrysler. I couldn't even like it. Now it's so disgusting. Like i tell you one thing. His wife is safe life. There's nobody gonna buy you know girls asleep with anybody especially if they have like a little something His wife is safe. I think so. I think i'll she should feel like he's like no one wants that either. You know what i mean. She's she doesn't have to worry about. Yeah he's caught blocking himself. He is in love right like a guy that will cock block himself like that. Yes that's right that's love you totally right. It's got a healthy going healthy He's really into one and his family. And i gotta respect. There's no way he's looking for plus nobody who wants bitches posting that no no bagley. Yeah that's just a man in love right. Yeah he's like. I'm gross and i'm happy here. He's so nasty or christina. Usually you know she curates these talks. And she's not she's here. What else christina. Quiet he's not talking to us. I know yeah no she say. It's fucking snobby racial promise. How could she didn't say she had to me. Okay all right. i'll take that kind of standoffish. You being kind of a senior yet. But i mean if you're going to open your mouth can you say some here are some of her. Most recent cure asians if any nasal Life his mouth phone number three one. Eight four six five. I'm looking for a serious relationship. First of all he has the greatest history lands. Gotta give him that. Yeah man you sometimes you just got to cut out hinge and all the middlemen. Let's go straight for it. You know to me. It's great because first of all if you are looking for a way it's cool cooler present yourself in the in the best way your best. Look you know shirt. List right Camera underneath your chin dirty glasses. You have the video cut off before you're done speeding like all those things. Just give out your phone. Cheese man did the did the full number go out. Did it cut off before the phone number. I think he just he just gave out the number without the prefix is. I probably people that in the area that he lives in you know so he didn't do the whole three one out of it. All he just gave out the the seven digits. Wow wow is right god. Good luck bro. Yeah i mean my god. Oh good earning mike quinn time to wake up time to put them feet on the ground and take off on. I let me pull them covers off. Wakeup kiss said nice beautiful. Asa viewers saw her mike. We time to get up. I'll in and run a nice hot shower. And i'll meet you in the shower. A wash have beautiful body yours from head to toe and make sure you're nice and claimed to go to work then we'll go get some breakfast today. Guac get some breakfast in the shower. I love you my queen. Listen why So i'm i'm a little alarmed. We have to find disguise location. Oh we know where he lives a real person. He's talking to you in a box and they're trapped and he's making like a tic tac with this. This is a while bill situation. It feels like it this is. We've been following this guy for months and this is the first time that i've seen where he's gone. Overtly sexual is usually more guy every guy who does this like nice guy thing you realize that the do just doing it to get laid right. He doesn't feel comfortable being like sexually forward. I mean the guy who was like well. Let me help you You know. Like i just wanna make you breakfast or You know. I wanna pick you up from work. And i'll bring you a coffee. And and he just does this. Nice guy thing. I'll help you build the bookshelves at your house. Just wants to fuck. Doesn't know how to add that i'm gonna amazing person. Yeah and hopefully. You'll think i'm such an amazing person that you'll step to me. Yes and get sexual with me. So i don't like So i don't like like a step off sides yes on you exactly so this is i'm this great mo- fokker if you were with me. I'd make you breakfast. I do this and you know guys like you've seen guy's name and you're always like god you know i always felt like it was whatever but he's always been doing videos that were like kind of you know to seem like sweet right right now. He's like i'm going to like what kiss your ass and wash now. He's getting sexual nature and i saw. This is what i really do. Yeah yeah yeah. It's just you know. But i do think. He has a captive and that she was under age when the video started. And it's her birthday and he feels like he can tell a sexual shit now but he's so twisted he might be twisted enough to like be like when i kidnapped she was under age. So i'm just gonna do nice ship now. She's of age it's legal. Yeah for me to talk dirty tour and completely ignore the fact that he kidnapped her and has earned this box. I feel like. I wanna show ian more of the king's stuff you know. I think i found the name. The king so it started like this morning. Ladies at six o'clock in the morning it's time to go to get up and let him move. Chang come on and make some videos right when you get out of bed like i. He was like. I wanna see your boobs. A t shirt and that didn't work so then what did he. Then he started to do like See here started to do these these. Pov things good morning. My quaint above eighteen etre breakfast. Ready coffees on breakfast is on so it was like. I'm just being a nice guy. Because i'm just a making you. I'm encouraging yet to have a great day And then this one was the one that really stolen heart queen above a chain. He has time to wake up. Come on yes you are. Mike quyen quiz queen them up. Compliments how did you sleep. I slept good. Did you sleep good. I hope you're rest. Didn't be ready for work. so funny. Fan hiring mike quinn these coming off like a bear. Yeah like you know like you know the term beer. Yeah yeah and Like what am i saying described beer to you and what. He's coming off like a beer but he's into women. I i take the boxing. Let me backtrack on the box. It's just a horny. ask do. Yeah yeah would no game. I'm at least happy now. That the latest video Is who he is more like these other ones of making breakfast and make sure you have a great day. This guy never make you breakfast. Man he would he would kiss your entire as in either for breakfast this guy. There's no breakfast in there for your eighteen year. Old queens by just there is none these line about breakfast breakfast. And he's not running the shower either. Yeah he's not yeah he he will lick you clean. He's a freak. Yeah and that's who he really is right. Keep making videos like your latest one. Yeah like i'm trying to fuck. Yeah so my final saying on this. I out work. I'll fight in out. Fuck twenty year olds all day long and i am forty three years old. So you'd better know who ends. Yeah this is. This is christina's well. Here's the crazy thing this is. This is talk right. Yeah and you know watching the euro's in take talk is one of the sponsors of the of the euro's and the you know when you watching the game on the sideboards around feels take talk. Is this their advertising. Pretty much people to come see all over the world. this is national tournament. Yeah this is what someone take this take. This is what i want you to come see. Zip a costs to be a sponsor of a huge soccer god and they want you to come see this guy they want you to come see the guy who out fights out fox and he's got sixteen out not like you got not. Oh i love martial arts of religious. Got my kicks. He had back in the day he did. I wouldn't have fought him fifteen years ago now in the woods here here. Yeah he's a yankee. That's some of the most common reasons women on dating apps lose interest with me and either unmatched muir unblock not order. I'm too tall or not tall enough for the record. I'm six three. I play dungeons and dragons. And that's just childish financial income differences either. I made too much money for them to go comfortable or i don't make enough money for them to go out full. Oh because don't try to sports car Those live too far away. That one's absolutely understand They considered me too kinky. Which that's five that we believe wrong with finally nailed reason that none of the. I know woman's like you make too much money for this to work and no one is like mean. You have a car but it's not a sports car. What counting page and they can make. Some women get not sharing political views. Which i think is just absolutely ridiculous and it will be coming up for. What about the cross behind you. You type type people to and trip hot candle wax on and the spanking apparatus and the but i'm six three to return off to some some people you're gonna lose a lot of people with that in the background. Yeah you know what i mean. You're going to get some sure as you might lose a lot. And you can't ignore that i'm only just unsettled by all this because i feel like the guy kind of looks like me so and i did notice that he. That's a version of you. It is and you know you funny. Smile didn't Wow yeah that's that's pretty disturbing. Is this like an alternate account of yours. Did you shoot it in this room because the wall. This aim waltz. Show me to draw all ashes. Why did we shoot this in there. I don't feel comfortable when christine is not okay. She back there now. Tied up christina with low value women especially low-value women nonsense that they're not particularly attractive but that they're stupid stupid women who by definition are low value. They swallow the flattery. Oh yeah they just drink gallons of they love it. They love the attention and they loved that that sense of feeling good about themselves but smart women. I'm not talking about women with a lot of iq points talking about women who are on the ball. Not stupid women high-quality women. They realized that the flattery is ally. And you know who. I learned this from new york fashion models. Who the fuck is this guy man. He reminds me of like. I'm trying to remember to actor. He reminds me on. But i can't i it's not he's kind of looks like kevin pollack lines for a movie or some shit. Yeah stanley tucci. Are you looking at that. But let's see kevin pollack. He looks more like heaven. I think kevin wears that baseball cap a lot. Yeah yeah so yeah. It's like this. Kevin pollack's new role. He does that thing where he affirms his own thing with a high. Oh shit right there. Bro ken pollack stupid women. When does this movie come out. One l. teppo guys accounts gotta be fucking nightmare using host shit like this all the time. Fuck my thing is and how is christina. Finding these she she goes chicago's t- she goes deep all right last one. I don't know what we're looking at here. God who problems brother. Jed here to remind you a bible verse day keeps the whole way. That's why i don't read the bible. Yeah who wants to keep the hose away. Yeah that's my whole problem is not enough hopes is not too many hoes yesterday So i was walking to the store. a melrose house amendment here. I'm going to get a couple of shirts no and i i walk. I walk down the street and there's paparazzi everywhere right so i just go. I've seen this before in. La where you go. There's a celebrity in one of these places right now as they're waiting for these guys see me and a couple of recognize me. And they're like. I thought you lived in austin. And then they come out with the cameras. Start at interviewing me Right and they're asking me all these questions all about like comedy and austin and l. is all this stuff and i'm like after i go. Who who are you actually here for. And they go. Low pump go. What and they go. Low pumps shopping in here. And i was like. That's why all you guys are here. And they go yet. And i was like i'm have to look him up so i looked him up and i looked them up on twitter. And it's just him getting dick sucked like twitter on video. Getting his dixie in a club and then the next scroll was him fucking a chicken a bathroom like with like him just these. I've started because you said like the hose hosmer fantastic. You definitely don't want to keep them away. Yeah bhagat yeah he got he got a blowjob club and fuck some chicken a bathroom. It's on twitter. If you want to go. So i gotta do a little pump mini dive but this guy should go help out the guy with the mattress on the wall definitely because the guy would have matches on the wall is against gold diggers. Yeah and hose yet. And i think this guy could help ward them off. Yeah well i mean that guy on the. I think the problem with the guy with the mattress on the wall as he has not been exposed to actual hose and how much fun they can be. You know he needs to like lean into like yeah. He's he's moves and drugs. Yeah yeah he's he's made a lot of mean. Chicks needs to like a fun check. Yeah he needs to get some fun. Hose yeah yeah nothing more fun than a fun asshole more funding to finance asshole. Yeah you know. I mean i mean i feel. We should go out on that. I wish there was out there. Be so much fun. You'll be fun if your fun how you're not doing nothing wrong do you. Baby don't forget check out. The soccer comic rant comes out weekly Ian soccer podcast. Check him out on. Instagram ian edwards. Comic you fantastic special. Where can people watch the special so good. Oh thank you Comedy central yeah. Everything is on app and Well she called Ianto ian talk. Yeah yeah So check it out. You know where. It's fantastic comedian. Thanks bye limited. Thanks brother giants. Threaten me addition. Kill me you can. Do you know marriages the more mortgage taylor. Briefly dealer. who is a mortician. 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