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Michael Blowen Interview - September 19, 2020

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

13:53 min | 4 months ago

Michael Blowen Interview - September 19, 2020

"Well Michael Blowing is now with me to kick off the second half of the program, Michael Good morning my friend. Good Morning Mike good to hear from you. Yeah great to have you on the program. Again, hear your voice and you know I reference at the top of the show when I was talking about Green Mountain. There is so much history they're going all the way back to. Right after Lou Smith bought the place course, the owner of Rockingham park he founded and ran thoroughbreds there for the first time in nineteen, sixty three. But in nineteen, Sixty, eight, green mountain became the first track on the east coast to host Sunday racing, and that was just the start of the history that track would make. Yeah looseness was a great guy I got to know him towards the end of his reign at Rockingham Park and new was just a greatest guy and no green mountain such a beautiful little little track. You know when you you called, it asked me to be on started thinking about it when I was a kid growing up, there were seventeen in. thoroughbred race tracks in. New England. Glued in. Great. Barrington great and Green Mountain and three county fair and all those tracks along with Suffolk and Rocky Ham and Narragansett always there were seventeen of them and now there are none. Zero. Zero It is it's hard to believe but Green Mountain for anybody who's ever driven by their even when it was even when it was abandoned. And the whole place is falling down It's such a beautiful beautiful location, I mean. It's such. It was such a gorgeous little place and. The only thing I can add to what everybody Mike Welsh is written, and and a lot of other people have written their their worked at Green Mountain. Remind me a P coolest when I listened to the program earlier, you know you know Pete is to go there and miss. You know he was really he was really a great guy and then he P P was a marvelous man and and I know he looked green mountain but it was such a gorgeous setting at the bottom of the mountains, the green mountains their. One. Personal. Recollection that I have is I didn't really get involved with raising until after green. Mountain woes. And every year when we drove back from Sharon Toga after opening weekend Saratoga. Diane I would go by and we drive the back way home instead of taking the Massachusetts turnpike and always go by. Green Mountain Park, and every year was. Looking a little more desperate, little more desperate, little more desperate. Well in the late. Ninety I think ninety nine or two thousand Howard Dean was still governor Vermont and they wanted to have simulcasting at. Green Mountain Park. Put It in a nice restaurant have simulcasts, and so a friend of mine and. A group of people together a plan. to have simultaneous to have live racing at Green. Mountain. the. The weekend before Saratoga Open and the weekend that Saroj after Saratoga. So people on their way to Saratoga or back from Saratoga would have the opportunity to do this and the concept was we would have green racing. You know no, no drugs go whips only racing on the grass. And make it into six day. You know really cool little meat and And and then Vermont could ask simulcasting and they could open up the restaurant all year round and do all that kind of thing and. Pretty much had the deal put together. But at the end, the the price kept going up. Every time we turned around and we thought we had made arrangements to purchase that detract the. The the price kept going up until it got out of sight, and then that was the end of our involvement with it and I don't know how many people try to open it up since then but that was we came pretty close Howard Dean really to do. Yeah. Yeah, you know it's it's. It's sad that that didn't come together. Michael I know that there were many attempts over the years censoring mountain had closed in the early nineties to try to revitalize the race track and people look to getting involved and it just for whatever reason want one reason or another it never materialized but you know going back to its heyday. Back, after the Rooney family took over, which was right around nineteen seventy-three I guess and of course, people will know the Rooney's is the owners of the Pittsburgh steelers. They bought the track they've been very involved with not just green mountain, but with several race tracks in our co in the country and. So many people that I've talked to over the years they have worked at Green Mountain couldn't say enough good things about that family and the efforts that they made to make racing successful at that track and all the other tracks. No I totally agree I mean when they talk about what's happening was racing now? oftentimes, people don't mention that but the people that ran racing. You know when when Suffolk was in his heyday and when Rockingham was in his heyday really loved racing. and. You know there's the Rooney family and the gold race you can go on and on and on. But they were really dedicated to. To racing. And now there's a lot of absentee ownership and you know just there's not the personal attachment where you know when. When used to walk around places like Green Mountain and even great Barrington the up to people that own the track would be at in the backstretch every morning walking around talking to trainers wars. How're you details at the emily? You know they've been coming back for years and a lot of people in New England in particular I. Thought these places as almost like a summer camp for adults. Where people could get away from the city and take their vacations and go to go to Green Mountain in Great Barrington and all the little tracks and the little places where you know most of the people that were there really doors the sport. We. Missed that a lot isn't it and I think I think it's I think it's starting to hit home that these smaller tractor beginning to evaporate at even higher rate and and we've got to do something to to help them because I, think the county fairs. and. The little tracks are extremely important to the overall health of the sport. Speaking of helping the industry I'm visiting by the way with Michael Blowing from friends retirement centre here in Kentucky and Michael. You have done Yeoman's work over the years to help the sport and a help horses that have competed in our sport at a high level and even some that have not competed at a high level but you have taken them in with open arms at old friends. Give me an update on what's happening old friends right now. Well it's been. It's been really great. We're very grateful to John Hendrickson, a state of Mary Lou Whitney they just retired Bridgestone to us. And he's here now we've picked up the pizza man and work all week. recently. stormy, liberal and Patch I mean it being national pirate pitcher patch. Doing really, well together and we just made a really nice arrangement with L. N. J. foxwoods to be their official home for retiring their broodmares. And they just delivered to. Pay, for the. Construction of new paddick running waters looks really nice. I to The broodmares delivered last week so and. One of them is really amazing. Horse her name mystery trip. And she was the last ball by weekend surprise. WHO everybody probably knows one of the greatest broodmares in history. Babies like AP. And so. I. Hope that you know they're being more organizations more partnerships more. Owners that would Think about what happens these courses once they're done racing and breeding and make some make some provisions because I think it's it makes a lot of fun and you know. Except for the virus now, which is cut down a lot and we limited our tours. Now you know we reopened when the. shapely. It'd be really nice to see all the people coming back and seeing all these horses I still have a horse. I had. WHO One racist for us. Trade. I claimed him in nineteen ninety nine summer attraction. He's still here with me. So wow. So the. Site, from the travers winners and Belmont winners and silver charms doing well. Derby winner It's like, no, you're right. We do have a lot of horses that. Didn't really grid wanted. Thanks races they deserve a dignified retirement as well. How about my old friend Zippy chippy is he still around? Yeah Jiffy chippy is Is that our farm up in church hope we have a vision of his territory that's run by John Pepper who doesn't marvelous job up there and should be chippy up there. He's I think sippy just turn like. Twenty eight. The like that. Of course was the big star, the fears because he could never win a race. And and believe it or not. That was the hardest negotiation. I ever had to try and get a or stole friends. Felix be looks leased to take into used car lots after after racing career was over for like a couple, hundred bucks and. He. Stand around the. used. Car Lot Western Massachusetts. And, be the celebrity. The celebrity guests so people would be drawn into hike used cars. Felix was not interested in giving up to too early but eventually, it worked out well and and he's He's really great up there with drained and all her wonderful cruised outside Saratoga. Yeah it's great to hear according to Wikipedia his official race record was over a hundred with eight seconds and thirds he earned about thirty thousand dollars in his career but I. Would race. against. Like Minor League baseball players to he would show up as a stunt there, and he would race against and and was beaten by by a human being by Major League Baseball player if I remember correctly, right Yes eventually he He he raised I think they didn't start the distance gave the baseball player big head start but. I'm trying to remember his name, his name was McDonnell, and he he played played for the Red Sox the Yankees. Yeah. Yeah it it yeah. Jose Herrera I think is is according to the wikipedia. Here I think it was Jose Herrera. In Rochester New York actually and he beat Zippy that day. and. I can't Michael Tell you real quick pilots. You go my claim to fame was Zippy chippy and I think we can go back and look this up I was handicapping the races and I was going through the racing form and I saw the names Zippy chippy he was going to make his debut and if I'm not mistaken I'm pretty sure he was firing bullets for his debut as a man this horse looks like he can really run I like Zippy chippy on top in this race. necessarily. What kind of Cap Ryan he goes over one hundred You're not the only one because when we we make glasses with the horses names on the list are conferences boat we couldn't listen any zippy's because WHO's, OPRAH HUNDRED And so I went back and we ended up. We ended up listening to the names of every all twenty, six jockeys that road. And he went from Mike. Smith. and Richard Meekly Ori all the way down to WHO and who you know. and. So That's all I'll twenty six names running the Undergrad glass nobody could get them to. Nobody. Could get into win one race but this motto is good. My motto is winners don't always finish I. Love that it and now he's. zippy. Chippy I mean. We're wonderful book that they wrote about the guy in Canada wrote about Zippy I mean. He's famous people come from all over the country to see. So, maybe this is the apex. Now, he's the jurist trashing these raising a lot of money up the a cabin, creek updrafts or friends and. And maybe that's what he was always meant to. Be. It'd be a silence superstar. Good for him and people can go to old friends, equine dot org. If they want to see all of the horses at old friends, there are so many of them. So many of the names that you become familiar with and fallen in love with over the years old friends equine dot org. Of course, you can support old friends. Michael has not why I brought you. On this wasn't a stunt to raise money for old friends I want to look back on green mountain but we encourage everybody if they're gonNA do something, they wanna make a donation. Why not old friends a wonderful organization you get all the credit in the world my friend for for bringing these horses home and giving them a home after they're done racing so well, done and. Can't wait for things get back to normal as we can get out there and see him again. My thanks so much.

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Bonus Miggittti Miggittti Mic-Check MegaMan

What Up Patna

24:41 min | 2 months ago

Bonus Miggittti Miggittti Mic-Check MegaMan

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Hits of the mega man. And i've ever since then i've been playing it. I fell in love with it. I think the hardest out of all of this. I probably like mega man. Fuck in four five. And but ever since then i i met i found love. That's always been me. I've always been a mega man hardcore army fan. Like mega man games. Are there out there ten. no shit. that's why i have. The greatest hits has like begum one all the way till ten though. And i think i think i think the best out of all of them. I have to say mega amancio is still the best one because it has like all the original Villains shit like quick man dr riley iceman like all that shit man who the iceman iceman gun. But he dies in the end. Yeah i it's about kilmer humor's going to be important too. I think it makes a cameo so audios are much much better now. Perfect thank you for the vocals. Their big let me hear you one more time. I'm going to mute everybody else. What a punishable. Gay coming back again to yo. Silky silky is man. I'm just looking forward to tonight's going to be a special lineup of drinks yet sled man. We got niccolo at amd. Got the mega man from the mcman. Podcast whoa she's about to go down back to partner like i said partout down. We sled mike coming out tonight. What if that santa fe station of come out him give him a few drinks. Give you shots. Who curly sue coming out tonight back to you. Patna what are they. Let's hear from the putnam. Lick no quarterback. Nick lok the dogo one more time. What a snake coming you from the doj. Oh saying what's up. We got a good show for you tonight. We got We got a special gas mega man. We got big a as usual pattern. I don't know why he's here in hand sled man. We also got the sled man in the house so yeah we got a good show coming tonight. Hope you enjoy coming from to you. Laugh mr sled man very good neglect your incher. They're pretty awesome. They're pretty smooth all the way through very consistent meagan good improvement improvement. 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So i'll stick right here in this sense kissing. Doug don't be afraid kissing cancer. Here we go figure what a pig in come in. Full effect damn does Twenty four legendary attitude. Damn this drink is a double hazy. Ip this dumi ray. Eight point six percent alcohol. Shit you can tell from my voice starting to little slur action way ticket It's the body. Go down and his brother mike. Check back to you partner. thank you for. That's the best thing you've said all day Basically big a hurry the fuck up and start recording. Because i'm not gonna last. I'm gonna i'm gonna be like the kid from american pie. Who noted all over right before you went in on her arm. Pine still scored. He did you know did you didn't but you did. You know you scores still count. How many of you are like upset that he never scored with her though. Like the the main hot one in the beginning does that czechoslovakian from from saint piran it is. It's a it's a to his name. He was on that. I keep thinking william h macy. But it's not. And i'm gonna be pissed because i like that dude. He was uncomfortable constables. Wanting he's been on every movie he did. John adams that series on jonah nra manager mansard. He's a good actor themself back her. Hey fella is that was. The that was the mic check. You know we have come back because we we we. We noticed that there was a fly on big as head when we were recording. The first mike kick and the fucking fly with the opener and turns out. It was a man's so we fixed the problem. We quarantine the fly. He's currently in our garage. There's two teleportation devices down there so he might come out as a half man half fly dude like fly utterly to all my partners out there. Listen to microphone check. So you don't have to listen to these microphone checks but you like to hear the back what happens in the background. You know is is nick holding a boom mic over. Overslept man all. he's talking getting off. Is nick look like an old school typewriter with all kinds of old school encyclopedia britannicas. When we go fact check something. You'd takes an hour to find the answer. I don't know gentlemen nick bloke. Our local fact checker is ready to rock and roll tonight. You took a viagra. Before he got here a hand rock-hard have a great show tonight. I wanna say what's up to mega man and told my partners out there. Stay tuned for the doper so under road and your local podcast piece out. What a partners. Hey everybody likes that all right. Give me one more time and try not to scream it. Just say cool. You know like. I ready by. I'll say i. What a partners there you go. That's smoother it's much better otherwise it sounds like we're screaming. You know a lot of people know about the behind the scenes. A podcast is bit out there. I love it man. You know stupid. What we're doing is throwing it out there fighting a little more than you can chew their sled. All right folks. we'll be right back. 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Heather Dawn Church /// Part 2 /// 340

True Crime Garage

59:10 min | 1 year ago

Heather Dawn Church /// Part 2 /// 340

"Yeah welcome to true crime garage. Wherever you are whatever you're doing. Thanks for listening. I'm your host Nick and with me as always as a man who has mad hits like Rod Kuru. He is the captain or how I miss. Adam meow book the genius that is Adam Yao. It's good to be seen in this good to. Let's see you thanks for listening. Thanks tone of France. Our our friends over at flying monkeys craft brewery would like to remind us all that normal is weird and that's why this week captain we are drinking killer cupcake Panda Manda. This is a wonderful double brewed with Pandan leaves and sabre hops. It's got a bit of a sweet finish to it which I like chasing chasing the bitterness AV eight point three percent garage grade four and three quarter bottle caps out of five and this week our fridges loaded up thanks to our good friends first up we have so fee ash in Alba all from Shipley England monkeys might flatter me bum a big CHARLOTTA Amanda in Johnstown Hieaux look. There's one of those monkeys right now that you're talking. Ooh next up we have a cheers to Melissa in Montgomery Texas and the big shovel to Daniel on Powell Way California next up we have Irene all the way over in Wellington New Zealand and last but certainly not least we have peers. Here's sending a long distance greetings from Qatar. Thank you all for filling up the fridge for this. Week's show if you WANNA help us out with next week. Show go to true crime garage dot com click on the donate button while you're there. The captain says check out the store page. The captain and I finally got our very own true crime. I am garage hats yeah. We are now proud owners of the hats. We didn't get him the first time they sold out again. I who knows it does but we got our hats and that's all that matters. Make sure you follow us on social media twitter facebook instagram at true crime garage. Make sure you check out our bonus. Weekly show off the record. It's off the easy. It's off the busy but it's on the STITCHER APP APP yet. Check that out that is enough of the business. Everybody gathered around grab chair grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime breath it took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us the fingerprints were matched to forty two year old. Felon Robert Charles Brown who who lived at one six six six zero eastern Ville road and he was one of the churches nearest neighbors. He lived in a double wide about half a mile from the churches home where he lived with his wife. Brown worked tree farm located on his property where he lived dipped brown was arrested for burglary and vehicle theft in Louisiana where he served ten months he was also charged with something in California California and I believe he may have served a little bit of time there but his record he has a record but it's for nothing nearly as heinous abduction or murder order in one thousand nine hundred seven his parole was transferred from Louisiana to the state of Colorado the fingerprints found inside the crime scene at the Church's house were submitted and resubmitted over the years to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation but for whatever reason when Brown Brown when his parole was transferred his prints were never entered into the CBI system so even though they're checking them. There's nothing there to match them to four days. After they got the match they arrested Brown outside of a store in town and brought him into the station for questioning the first thing that they wanted to know of course did Brown know the churches. He said no in in fact he said he was a loner and he and his wife did not socialize much but we know their neighbors but he'd lives a half a mile away right so so again it's when we talk about these different cases. It's important to always keep in mind the lay of the land they own that big property pretty. He owned a decent sized property as well. He was what I believe is reported to be their nearest neighbor but that's half a mile away. They really really wanted to know had he ever been to the Church's house and this would be for any reason at all right. No he said in fact the closest to their home home that he had ever been was when he assisted a delivery truck that broke down on the side of the road near the churches long driveway out to the road that is exactly what they wanted here got him got him captain righty yeah because if if this guy was known if Robert Brown was known to do like handiwork and the area and they go. Hey were you ever in their house. Oh yeah why was wasn't friends with them but I I did some painting and for them row. Where did you do the painting. Oh master bedroom the other bet you know what I mean. By then put the gives you gives a reason why by the fingerprint should or could be there yeah and really that that is so key to this case as you just stated he he has given no reason at all for his fingerprints to be there. Let alone be inside of the home while mind you dumb ass where where the prints were found were found technically inside the home because the here's the thing is they ask you about your neighbors. Y- you know that this girl girl was abducted right so if you just start lying insane y yeah you'd I went over there a couple of times and I'm sure they asked for the family and I'm sure they didn't but I don't know that'd be covering your ass a little bit. Let's get into that a bit because this. This part of the story is quite interesting. I think really when they arrested him at this store. That was not their intention. They actually wanted to set up they wanted to catch him meaning. They wanted to get him in a conversation asking him questions about the the church homicide and and catch him that way but catch him off guard meaning that he doesn't know that they are looking specifically at him right so once they get the match on the fingerprints. Their idea is okay. Let's send a handful of officers and detectives out into the area and let's knock on everybody's door again and let's ask. D- sets of questions that way. He thinks it's all this is just all routine you you know we're we're doing a routine questioning of everybody in the area. We're not specifically looking at you right. This is where they were hoping saying that he would say. I've never been to their house and the problem was when they sent all the officers out into the area. He was already under surveillance. At that point he left to go shopping and at some point they got nervous. Though law enforcement got nervous and said we have to arrest the sky they were really worried that when they place him in cuffs and say look you're being arrested for the murder of heather dawn church rate as you said he's a dumb ass that he would wise up and go. Oh yeah I I was there to do yard work or whatever yeah I babysat him yeah because even even if the churches said No. That's that's not the truth now you. She said you yeah you have his word against theirs. Yeah now the reason why police believe that he she wasn't smart enough to come up with some like that. No actually they think that that he was so convinced convinced that he never left his fingerprints their meaning they believed that he was wearing gloves during the abduction and he may have taken them off very briefly to replace the the screen right and very likely he's being questioned about this three years later he remembers that he wore gloves to the crime scene but doesn't remember taking them off for a very brief time yeah that makes sense so he so surprised by this whole deal of leaving fingerprints there they. He tells them straight up. He's he's without a lawyer at this point in the questioning and he's telling them. There's no way possible that those are my fingerprints he said. I don't doubt that you found fingerprints there. I doubt that their mind and they say well. We have your fingerprints back from when you were arrested in Louisiana and we check them. They got a match in Louisiana. We gotta match with your old fingerprints. In California. He goes well. That's well and good but people make mistakes. My fingerprints could have been mixed up with was somebody else's you know what testing or pictures he saying. Take my fingerprints right now and test them again because I'm telling you my fingerprints were not there. That's that's how adamant he was and they did so and they checked it again right so now you have that in your back pocket as the detectives are questioning Robert Charles Brown yeah and during all of this remember he's he's asking for everything to be tested again. Take new fingerprints. They're doing all this tested again now and while they're doing this they talk him into a polygraph test yeah and later he's told he failed the test and he's told again again doesn't matter how many times we fingerprint you run the test. They're still matching the set that we found on the window screen at the churches home. Right the other thing too captain is during these interviews while they're being conducted. The police were at Brown's home. They're searching the place. They already had a search warrant before they arrested him there. They found girls clothing and girls jewelry stuffed into a pillow case. He has no children Um. This is a bit unexplained. What this stuff was or where it came from? What is explained. Is that none of it belonged to heather. They also go. It's probably trophies of some kind yeah so they found stolen items from another home. There was another residence that was kind of nearby so these could've just been things that they don't have to be from another murder victim. They could be things that he stole from. Somebody's home they found this is just straight up bazaar. I've never heard of this before but I do know. People steal these types of things. I've just I've never found one in any of the cases we've covered. They found a stolen. Bob Cat Earth mover machine worth eighteen thousand dollars a captain you and I I both know that is not a small machine That's a large thing to have stolen from. Someone apparently I. I don't know why he stole it. He must have used it for some kind of work. Keep in mind. He had that tree farm. He had a big plot of land there. Some suspicions says to what he could have used it for but his his wife was aware that he stole this large machine. She said he used it. The only thing that she he knew that he used it for was he dug a big hole with it drove the machine into the hole and then attempted to cover it up attempted to bury it or just covered very the machine as said he they found stolen items from another house or other residences in the area area this. Is You know some of the more alarming stuff they found newspaper clippings a lot of them. Regarding Heather Churches case he was is in fact arrested that day and charged with murder he would be offered eventually actually pretty quickly. After the arrest he was offered a deal deal offer to his public defender. This would be so he could avoid the death penalty and this likely may have been the best case scenario for the investigators seeing that at this point when they make this offer all they have as far as evidence goes is his fingerprints right later on they did get Brown's wife to admit that he was not home. The night heather vanished so have a fingerprint and we have no solid alibi correct now he brown maintained his innocence when he spoke with the police but he did ultimately ended up pleading guilty to murder this so he could avoid the death penalty and trade. He got life in prison. This move was quite interesting the prosecutor they they didn't really think that that Brown or his attorney would take the bait. Take the plea deal right because again such little evidence they they really made a strong push and what they did was they were venting this guy. They were calling where they knew he was from. This guide moved around a lot. They called his hometown where he lived for a long period of time and realized it former neighbors of his one of them had gone missing and one of them was murdered. Oh great both of those cases unsolved in fact the missing money on top of on top of heather churches this case correct yeah and so what they're threat was will call it a threat there are threat to the defense attorney was he. He should probably hurry up and plead guilty to this before we find another body right so ultimately that's what took place the prosecutor did take with. Heather's parents first to make sure that they were okay with them. Making an offer heather's mother Diane said if he is willing adding to plead guilty she is willing to let him sit in prison for the rest of his life. Would you buy tee shirt for fifty dollars if you knew it only costs seven to make no we want it ever ever. Lane only makes premium essentials using the finest materials without traditional markups. 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There were two lights on inside the house no cars in the driveway and he did not think the anyone was home. He was surprised by Heather Church inside the House and killing her. He says was unintentional. Brown said that he did kill heather inside the home. He placed one hand over her mouth and one hand on her neck. He demonstrated this to Miss Lawrence when he's telling her story and said he recalled doing this for only a couple of seconds against he thought but now believes it must have been for a longer period of time. He assumed that he had strangled her because she she was dead. When it was over now Mrs Lawrence asked Brown if it was possible that he had broke her neck and to which he replied that that was a possibility yet because I mean Brown's a pretty big guys like six three roughly yeah. Robert Brown said he placed Heather Churches Body in the back of his pickup truck and drove to the mountains where he disposed of the body he denied having any sexual sexual contact with heather church all right so Bam Boom Bang case closed. Get my coat tip my hat and ride nope. You're you're locked up. You're right Kevin that is not it because there's much more to the story. In Nineteen ninety-six Robert Charles Brown who is supposed to be rotting away in his cell and Colorado strict state corrections. He receives receives a letter. This is an anonymous letter. The letter says you got screwed and here's why there was something wrong with Colorado Auto State Law and from July ninth to September twentieth of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine there fucker. I was good up to September twentieth of Nineteen. ninety-one. Colorado was without a death penalty. This is truly really bizarre. We've never come across anything like this. In any of our cases so what that means is when the night when she was abducted when heather was removed from the home technically the state of Colorado for that very brief time period less than ninety days days didn't have the death penalty does not have the death penalty so offer then of hey plead guilty and we take the death penalty off the table. It was never on the table because it didn't exist during the the timeframe in which she disappeared bullshit offer yeah so this gets pointed out tomb and now we have the appeals process who whoever's pointed out to this scumbag yeah. Why is this is also scumbag. Let it be got screwed. Well well good right unless it was one of those things where the guy was trying to rub it in his face. You know like you're so no this but you know got screwed because the case took so many years to apprehend somebody bright. I don't think that the prosecutor cuter did anything malicious here. I don't think they were aware either. No like you said it was a small window like ninety day window yeah. It's just one of these weird inconsistencies. One of these weird weird little glitches that was that was going on there unaware of it so anyway now. We have the appeals process. He's got a pretty damn good appeal when you think about it. Hey I plead guilty to something that only because the death penalty was being thrown in my face in the face in the face well the current prosecutor though the one that now has to face these appeals comes up with a great plan. He says to the court system look. She was abducted on the seventeenth this whole thing with with the no death penalty expired on the twentieth. That's just a couple of days later. He's also saying it took us all this time to solve the case. She was found over over twenty miles away from her home where she was abducted. We the prosecutor's office believed that the crime was sexual in nature that the motive was sexual nature and based off of all of that evidence in theory and thought it is our argument that we cannot say for certain certain that her murder occurred on the seventeenth that it's very likely he may have kept her for a couple of days and the murder occurred on the twentieth or even later to this. The appeals courts at least two of them that I could find. They agreed with that. They said look you can't prove approve the date of when she was killed and if you do you know he's in all kinds of trouble and all kinds of mass here because now if you go back to he proves what day she was killed and he proves that he killed her and he boom he still ends up with life in prison break so. I think that's just truly fascinating. The prosecutor later came out and said look. I thought my argument was a good one but a week one. It was intelligent argument but it was a very weak one. He thought they would lose turns out that they win. This thing got all the way up to. I believe the Colorado Supreme Court State Supreme Court to which which I think they tossed it out and said we don't even WanNa look at this thing truly. When you have a child killer nobody wants this guy to get out on some kind of tech technicality while yeah and on top of that you think he's possibly linked to other crimes. That's correct act and that's still not the end of our story captain because on March Thirtieth Two thousand Robert Brown's sent an unsolicited letter letter to the Fourth Judicial District Attorney's office in Colorado Springs the letter was addressed to whom it may concern inside inside this letter and I don't have the full letter itself. I don't know if the full letter has ever been released to the public but there is within in this letter a statement from Brown. This says this is very cryptic. Seven sacred virgins entombed side-by-side. Those less worthy are scattered wide. The letter taunted investigators claiming the score. Is You one the other team forty eight the obvious reference here being that he was arrested tried and convicted uh of the murder of heather dawn church. They scored one. The other team must be him Robert Brown. He's got a score forty eight eight so obviously he's implying that he's involved in other crimes. Possibly other murders another statement included in this letter letter says if you were to drive to the end zone in a white transam score could be nine to forty eight that would complete your homecourt homecourt sphere a real dumb. Ass Brown closed the letter by demanding that he not be contacted. Now there was a second letter that was sent so he sent a letter and then he said don't contact me and here's a letter. They sent another letter yeah. The second letter from my understanding I believe even less of that letter has been reported over the years. Maybe maybe even some of the statements I just read could have been from the second letter itself. It's all very cryptic. His writings and what has been released is it's not clear if it's if some of the letters are just short and they were released in their entirety and then other letters were longer and only bits and pieces were actually released but what we do know with the second letter there that one included a map and we would later learn the map was he took took a piece of paper put it over over a map like an atlas and made the outlines of several different states and so he outlined the state of Washington California Colorado New Mexico Oklahoma Texas Arkansas Mississippi and Louisiana an inside each one of those states outlined he put a number this number totaling up up to forty eight so almost indicating that within side this state for instance state of Washington wrote the number one. I've killed one person in the state of Colorado. He put the number nine in Louisiana the number being the highest of all the numbers was seventeen. this captain captain. I believe probably would have went nowhere because he's writing to the District Attorney's Office in Colorado Springs Rings. They don't seem to have any interest in corresponding with inmate. Rob Brown turns out then about two years later a man named Charlie. Hess is going to send a letter to Robert Brown. He doesn't know their Robert Brown has in fact sent these letters already to the District Attorney's Office Charlie has is a former CIA agent and he was working with a guy and I say working they were kind of doing this as as a hobby but Charlie Hassle along with some other individuals working with Lou Smit all these guys guys were pretty much retired by this time what they would do is they would get together about once a week they would hang out they would eat pastries. Drink coffee smoke cigarettes and they would talk about old cases and really what we're focusing on was. They were wanting to take on some cold cases uses. All of these individuals were involved in law enforcement or the CIA at some time. This would be a good group of people to volunteer to take on a cold case now during some of their discussions it comes up that one of the individuals wants to know. Hey Lou or anybody here in our group. Has Anybody worked and putting away. A murderer that they believe was truly a very dangerous interest person. That was was a serial killer was one of these people that had numbers you know multiple murders the today's committed. Lou Smith says to his group. I always fell Robert. Charles Brown was serial killer and so much so that when working to put him away. We were aware that way back in Louisiana. A neighbor of his one went missing and another neighbor was found dead was was found murdered so there's already a bit of a connection. I seen a lot of people cover this portion of the story and a lot of people done a good job in doing so but what is usually lost in this other churches case is usually kind of a a by the way or a way to kick start the whole story of Robert Brown and his communications with these cold-case volunteer investigators gators Brian and often. It's reported that Lou smit just had some kind of six cents that he was It was a gut feeling that he'd been working in these types of cases so long that he just had a six cents. The Robert Brown was a serial killer. He had he had a sense. Robert Brow was a serial killer because they were aware aware of a missing former neighbor of his. Na murdered former neighbor of his doesn't take much. You know you don't have to have a sick sense to come up with that. Heather Dawn Church was a neighbor of his as well so you see a similar type of M. Oh it's really a bit of a shame that when we talk about these cases from Louisiana it I find it strange that within just a handful of months it's these two cases take place. We have a murder. Somebody goes missing. Both of these individuals were neighbors of his but they were neighbors within the same apartment apartment complex as him and further. Robert Brown worked as the maintenance man for this apartment complex. His brother. I believe was the owner or the landlord of these apartments. It's really strange to me that they weren't able to make any type of connection. Shen I think with the missing woman with her case that the husband was under suspicion and that would make an obvious reason why you wouldn't connect them but with with the missing woman she apparently had the doors had the locks John. Her doors changed the day before by the maintenance man of the apartment complex who in fact was Robert Brown. It seems like there would have been a connection to some of these individuals yeah and even though Robert Brown claim that he didn't want to be contacted. There'd be a bunch of corresponding emails emails for years yeah well letters right and so it's almost like. Charlie has kind of befriended. Robert Charles Does Brown and got him to open up. We have a man who says he doesn't WanNa talk. It is in Charlie's arsenal though that he was aware the look. This is the guy that opened up the dialogue. He started the dialogue on some psychological level. He does want to talk and so I'm going to work doc that angle and see what I can get from. It's interesting that you have a guy. A serial killer locked up and I will. I will say serial killer because I believe him to be just that but we have someone like. We've seen so many times before now. He's coming out playing this game of. I know more than you know and here's all the other bad things that I've done but I'm not going to tell you all the bad things that I've done. I'm going to hint and Nudge and wink you through it and you. You've got to figure it out on your own. it's all really truly. I mean it's a lot of it. I feel is bullshit and I don't really want to waste anybody's time here by going through all of the correspondence because as you said this goes on for quite some time and really all Charles has wants wants to do is he wants to sit down and speak with Robert Brown face to face that's what Charlie early has did in the CIA back in the day of Vietnam War. He was somebody they interviewed people. During wartime he gave lie detector tests during during wartime he is extremely good at communicating with people getting people to open up getting people to tell the story tell the truth and figuring out what are the truths and what are the lies with inside their story he eventually through befriending or at least leading Robert Charles Brown around believe that the to our friends got brown to allow him to speak with him face to face and this all it did was open up correspondents respondents because Brown was giving little hints and winks nudges saying. I've killed roughly like you said captain. I've killed forty. The eight people forty seven of them. You don't know about in some of their talks and correspondence. He had the number as high as fifty one but he he was really giving them nothing to go off. He's like look. They keep telling him you gotta tell us more. If you want us to clear any of these cases we can't do anything with this and if you don't give us more information. We don't think you're serious. We think that either you're making the shit up or you've lost it and you believe it to be true and it's is not true at all. Eventually they get him to talk and give more details on some of these cases where he will Oko. Maybe give a nickname of an individual. Maybe give a spot where he dumped the body so on and so forth and this leads them to drought months and years of working on this this leads them to starting to complete some of the story now mind you all of the states he listed he drew on that map he did live in those states and they could find evidence that he in fact lived in those states at one point and the three states that he listed having the highest number of kills interestingly enough are the three states where he spent the most time so there was some stuff if there was some meat on the bone in the beginning for these investigators to believe that there could be some truth to Robert Brown's story. Now we know with these psychopaths in these narcissists none of this would come without him getting something in return for offering up this information yeah. He was unhappy with the way that he was being treated. He did not like where he was being housed and he also didn't feel that he was receiving proper medical treatment basically he wanted to transfer and again. Charlie has pushed him and said we can't help you unless you help us eventually eventually through a lot of back and forth and through a lot of working and a lot of hard work what we ended up getting is we get another solved case because because in July of two thousand six brown pled guilty to the murder of Rocio sperry this he he was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for forty years now. Unfortunately this did not come without brown getting something in return. Turn Brown was then transferred to the state of Minnesota to serve out his time there. What's very weird here. Captain uh-huh is I found an interview with Heather Churches Father Mike and I believe it was from two thousand and fifteen or sixteen ecksteen where he had a complaint and a very valid complaint he saying because of Brown's manipulation of the system because because he's working these deals to get moved and and plead guilty to an unsolved case that he he did not know where the killer of his daughter was being housed and he felt that that was unfair and I agree one hundred percent because at some point Roy Brown was moved and it wasn't public knowledge to know where he was located. I found a letter that is believed. I I have plenty of reason to believe that it was written by Robert Brown where he states the at that time he was housed in Florida in the state of Florida and there he is complaining that they reneged on the plea agreement that he was supposed to be in Minnesota a soda and after being Minnesota for four years they transferred him to Florida where he does not want to be and I hope he stays where he does not want to be. We welcome to Florida the captain that we have here and I do want to say I am very and the thing that I want to say here. Captain is that I think that is great. The work that Charlie has loose-knit and all of their little cold-case cold-case volunteer work that they did is fantastic. Yeah I don't WanNa say it's all bullshit and it's all for not because they did get a conviction in the Rocio sperry case and that was so important not just to get another case off the books not just to get some answers but for so many years her husband was thought to be the one that was guilty eh of her disappearance and we now know that that's not true and that guy was a victim himself not just from being the husband of a of murder victim but he was a victim of being thought of as being guilty of her disappearance in her murder for so many years so. I'm very glad I'm very happy that they got that one off the books. I do think that a lot of Brown's communication and a lot of what what he hints at we talk about a number of forty eight possible victims. I think that that's total bogus bogus. I think it's a bogus number that he he came up with. We're talking about he saying this in the early two thousands and at the time I believe a number of forty eight would put put him at the highest number for a serial killer. That's who he wants to be. He's never been anybody important. He wants to be somebody important and he does is not mind the attention why because he is so guilty of heather dawn church is murder and now he's locked up in a place. He does not want to be for life and he has nothing to do. He is to put it quite frankly. He is board everything that he did when he was on the outside a lot of it being illegal a a lot of it being perverted deviant behavior he cannot do now and so he's come up with some kind of game to pass the time. He's come up with a number that makes him important when he is not. I also think that part of this game is he feels screwed by the prosecutor by the District Attorney's Office of Colorado that because he as you said was dumb enough to one one not give a good reason why he would have been at the Churches House to didn't lawyer up three agreed to a polygraph test in which he failed and then four please guilty so he can avoid the death penalty yet. There was no death penalty yeah so welcomed the Florida dumb ass yes. I think he feels tricked because he was he was an idiot. He was stupid. He was a moron. He feels tricked and now his way of retaliating alienating is to send them on this wild goose chase keep in mind. Who did he direct his letter to. He didn't send it to the media he he didn't send it to the El Paso County sheriff's office he sent it to the District Attorney's office the same district attorney's office that was able to put him in prison is in for life for the death for the murder of heather dawn church. Now I do believe within side. This forty eight this magical number or forty-eight captain. I do believe that there are some other victims in their of note of of of no of ones that he actually provided some detailed information this would be the murder of Catherine Hayes from Louisiana Wanda Hudson Hudson and Faye self also of Louisiana Melody Bush and Ninety Mendoza both from Texas and then when Lisa Lowe who was killed an Arkansas so while I do feel that a lot of his stuff is probably bullshit. I would love love to see some further movement on some of these other cases where there was some detailed information provided by Robert Brown. Unfortunately loose-knit has passed away. He passed away. He had cancer and by the time the cancer was founded. It's spread to his entire body yeah but I agree a lot of good work here. In Robert Charles Brown deserves any bad thing. That's coming his way the other thing about his his. If you WANNA try to call them confessions regarding these murders even the ones where he offers detailed information. What so you will see is him minimizing his involvement? Hemmitt minimizing his role in the murder of of these individuals. I personally believe that most of his murders if not all of them were sexual in nature they they seem to be that that was the motive the driving force for his actions. I don't know about when he set out to enter the home to heather dawn on Churches House but what I will say here regarding his bullshit confession that he offered up to his placement counselor. What what do you see there straight up minimizes his involvement in the whole situation it makes it. It's all so confusing to him. He killed killed her. He didn't even really know why he killed her he didn't he didn't intend to kill her and I think that is absolute bs. I think that there's a lot of evidence that will show that there was no reason for him to remove her from that house. His confession somewhat makes it sound like she surprised him and he reacted in before he could realize what was going on. She was dead. There's evidence to suggest that she may have been sleeping when he came upon her that night and if he was afraid or got scared off son because he entered a home that he thought was empty and he reacted in. That was the result assault. You just can't believe that because if she was sleeping he had the opportunity to be afraid and then leave the home after he was in the home and when he left there the only thing that was missing from that home was that little girl whatever struggles you are facing from depression. Shen and anxiety to trauma grieve better help can connect you with a professional counselor at safe and private online environment. It's so convenient you can schedule secure secure video or phone sessions as well as chat and text with your therapist and anything that you share is completely confidential best of all. It's a truly affordable option in our listeners even get ten percent off your first month with Discount Code Garage so why not get started simply go to better help dot com slash garage and fill out a questionnaire questionnaire to get matched with the counselor. You'll love today. Check out better help. Dot Com slash garage a lot of really good sources for or this case here captain one of the better ones is the newspaper the gazette they covered this case pretty extensively over the years and did a very good the job one of the best sources is this week's recommended reading. It's a book titled. The Devil's right hand man the true story of serial. Oh killer Robert Charles Brown. You can write that title down now so you can pick that up and find out more. If you're busy just go to our website later. Go Go to our recommended page. Go True Crime Garage Dot Com. We will have that title there for you so you can make that selection and add that to your library. 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JonBenet Ramsey: Episode Two

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

19:35 min | 3 months ago

JonBenet Ramsey: Episode Two

"Off hello everybody and welcome to another edition of the owl one choice lost podcast. We are the podcasting tool to the owl once was lost missing persons phone application. Please hit the Subscribe button. If you've downloaded this second page of a four-part series, please also download the once was lost missing persons phone application for IOS and Android users and be a part of the solution to what's truly need an epidemic. You'll find the link in the show notes. There's over 800,000 children that go missing in the us alone each year and a lot of these cannot just be prevented but be solved by using an app such as long the owl once was lost a pin the Simplicity of its design. We also encourage you to please go to our patreon page and pledge to help our efforts. Please go to patreon.com that's patreon was lost. That's o s t and just pledged $3 a month in helping us to maintain the app keep the podcast running. There are some higher tiers that have some merch included as well if you'd like if there is a missing-person uploaded to the phone app, we have a real shot at finding the individual within that first crucial hour. So let's go ahead and get a job. Restarted again. So we were just getting to Henley the DEA in the cage and we'll just remind you that the last part that we had left off. That was however, once one Insider said that Hunter the DA for a reminder for you guys off twice removed from the case and Hunter admits that he depends on Peter halstrom for his information. He's the one that keeps keeping me advised. He's what I consider to be the the guide which some say is the problem. The Burly hoffstrom is an old friend of several of Ramses lawyers and often socializes with had his partner Brian Morgan confronted by police officials about such as seemingly impropriety hoffstrom reported fumed. I'm not stopping my breakfast with Brian. I've known him for twenty years Patrick Burke one of wage. That's these lawyers has also been sighted says an investigator standing at the door of the off-limits War Room chatting with Hofstra Mane to Muth and when investigators finally cracked the Ramsey team and to having its clients provide handwriting samples. It was done not at the police station, but it ha streams house as if it were a goddamn afternoon tea persisting hot stream is retired detective Lou Smith described a hunter as an ace or a fox but his critics in the police department as more of a delusional old man how they see him Schmitt quickly came to believe that the ramseys were good Christians and capable of committing such a crime both the DEA and police sources say that it was hoffstrom who argued to provide the ramseys with copies of their original statements and police reports if they would sit down just talk with the police these actions promote prompted a firestorm of criticism off. From legal experts the District Attorney's Office the Ramsey legal team and the Boulder Police have all refused numerous requests for responses to this story. So Monday in early July, I was contacted by a source with firsthand knowledge of the investigation. I arranged to meet with him in a parking lot outside a boulder edgy and fearful. He said he was speaking with the only as a last resort. He said that with the flow of privileged confidential information critical to a case against the ramseys has been leaked from the DA's office to the ramseys lawyers within the efficacy of a sieve or basically a net. It's just coming right through directly. He said that the ramseys have been provided with copies of all the most sensitive and Krakow police and detective reports as well as reproductions of both the ransom note and the practice know found the same day patents team even persuaded hoffstrom and Hunter to give them. That viewings of the original Ransom notes and the actual ligature and Garrett that was used to strangle JonBenet. The ramseys best defense attorneys are stuck inside Hunter's office. He mumbled bitterly. The sharing of such information said Fain 25-year FBI veteran Greg McCreary is unprecedented and unprofessional an obstruction of justice. It's criminal. It's possibly you could make a case for prosecutorial malfeasance. It's completely compromise the investigation off and on January 4th. One of Ramsay's private investigators left a message on his answering machine asking him to join their team as a profiler McQueary had his secretary called wage decline. He says because on a ratio of 12 to one child murders are committed by parents or a family member, which is true. That's the case in this case. You also log Of an elaborate staging which was the ransom note the placement of the child's body and I have never in my career seen or heard about a staging where it was not a family murder or someone very close to the family. Just the note alone told me the killer was in the family or close to it. They asked me to take a polygraph says former Ramsey friend, Jeff Marek. I said sure no problem. As soon as John Ramsey takes one according to confidential source and unedited tape of the ramseys January 1st CNN appearance in Atlanta, which had been a pain by a court order in March was also handed over to had his office but Hofstra and turned down repeated police request to subpoena records of the ramseys toll phone calls and credit card purchases. The Source also explained the delay in the Ramsey police interviews, the ramseys lawyers had initially demanded that Patsy and John be interviewed at the same time that the interview not exceed nine minutes that all previous police statements made by the ramseys and others be provided to them and that beat Hofstra and be present throughout the FBI came in and looked the demand life given to the DA from the ramseys it said no way you're not you're not going to do this interview early on the police had invited the FBI to assist but according to the source the DA's teams just recorded everything the FBI expert suggested the DEA blew up with the police, but they canceled and endured the Wrath of the media the ramseys and the DA's office and the FBI stood up for them according to McCreery if there's a tutorial on how not to conduct an interview, this would be it. The interview finally took place on April 30th, though, four months after the murder after being pounded for refusing to cooperate with police. The ramseys gave into separate interviews wage, they held fast to their demand for a copy of the entire police file and the presence of halstrom Patrick Burke and one of his private investigators sat next to Patsy who answered questions for 6 and 1/2 hours. John Ramsey was accompanied by Brian Morgan and another private investigator for his ninety minute session. The questioning was conducted by detectives wage and real and Steve Thomas provider. The Ramsey interviews as show-and-tell presentation of been arranged by the Ramsey lawyers to convince hunter that their clients had no written a ransom note according to police reports Patsy had given two accounts of the morning events. Mrs. Ramsey told me that she had gone into jonbenet's room at about 5:45 a.m. Wake her up officer French were finding the room empty. She went down the spiral back stairs where she discovered the note later. She said she found the note on the spiral back stairs when she went down to make coffee and then ran into Jon benet's room. The note was written in upper and lowercase printed letters also discovered on the pad was a practice note beginning with mister and mrs. Ramsey kidnappers says McCreery do not spend hours at a time at a crime scene after murdering their victims composing letters the actual race note reads Mister Ramsey. Listen carefully. We are a group of individuals that represent a small foreign faction. We respect your business, but not the country that it serves at that time. We have your daughter in our possession She is safe and unharmed and if you want to see her in nineteen, ninety seven, you must follow her instructions to the letter you will withdraw 150. $18,000 from your account $100,000 will be in $100 bills and the remaining $18,000 in $20 bills. Make sure that you bring an adequate size attache case to the bank when you get home. You will put the money in a brown paper bag and I will call you between 8 and 10 a.m. Tomorrow to instruct you on delivery. The delivery will be exhausting, So I advise you to be rested if we monitor you getting the money early we might call you early to arrange an earlier delivery of the money and hence an earlier pick-up of your daughter off any deviation of my instructions will result in the immediate execution of your daughter. You will also be denied her remains for proper burial the two gentlemen watching over your daughter. Do not particularly like you so I advise you not to provoke them speaking to anyone about your situation such as police or FBI will result in your daughter being dead. Added if we catch you talking to a stray dog. She dies if you alert Bank Authorities, she dies if the money is in any way marked or tampered with she dies, you will be scanned project Raonic devices and if any are found she dies, you can try to get to deceive us but be warned we are familiar with law enforcement countermeasures and tactics you stand in ninety-nine percent chance of killing your daughter. If you try to outsmart us follow our instructions and you stand a hundred percent chance of getting her back you and your family are under constant scrutiny as well as the authorities. Don't try to grow a brain John. You're the only fat cat around so don't think that killing will be difficult don't underestimate us John use that good Southern wage for sense of yours. It's up to you now, John victor e s b t c is how it was signed investigators questioned why Ramsey seemed to stall over getting the ranch? Money, if you truly believe that the note had been written by dangerous kidnappers the money never left. The bank says one Insider dryly out of the 74 name submitted for testing Patsy's handwriting was the only one that set off an alarm Bell said an investigator closely involved with the testing of the ransom note it Colorado Bureau of Investigation or CBI report concludes. There are indications that the author of The Ransom note is Patricia Ramsey, but the evidence fall short to support that definitive conclusion Hunters team asked the police to accompany them hadn't seemed demonstration at the office of Mike Bynum. The tables were arranged in a horseshoe said The Insider and six of the Ramsey attorneys were there watching the detectives watch their to Hancock experts. It was total bullshit Hunter and demuth or nodding their heads in an agreement as these guys are talking Ramsey's attorney leave Foreman was seen giving demuth a back rub during a break job. After the demonstration Alex Hunter was overheard asking. How hat and well where should we go from here? Why are these showing us unindicted uncharged murder suspects as all the evidence The Source asked is this some privileged Discovery process available to Rich Boulder rights? Everything they have done is against the advice of the Boulder Police the FBI and the Attorney General's capital crimes unit. It's cold outside and I suggest that we find a late night coffee shop in the car. I can see the depth of this man's education. I've seen politics and preferential treatment Place such a major role in different cases, but nothing like this. He says if the ramseys had been some poor Mexican couple they would have been in their face for a week got a profession out of them and file first-degree murder charges against him within days if we file or we don't file these people are doomed says district attorney Alex Hunter wage. Been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion. It's not as if the police have been committed their own share of blunders here in the first 48 hours. They made crucial mistakes, including not conducting a thorough search of the house that separating the ramseys and taking everyone down to the station for questioning and not sealing the crime scene and subsequent days according to the source Linda arndt contains need to speak regularly with Patsy and her close friends. In fact in the first week of January without permission from the Department aren't gave Ramsey's Attorney Patrick Burke a copy of the ransom note. There should have been thunder rolling down the halls of the PV and shit didn't happen says one Observer. She could be the mark Fuhrman of this case in mid-may. Linda arndt was taken off the case with other public relations disaster ensued detective division Commander John Eller greatly admired by his team, but the tested by the DA's office for his tenacity in pursuing the Ramsey. Applied for the job of police chief in Cocoa Beach, Florida, very Mason, Linda our supervisor who had been dismissed from the case in January sued LR4 Jim damaging his reputation home and in June Chief Tom Kobe took a two-week vacation in Houston. Where was widely rumored that should his old pal Lee Brown when election as mayor he'd like to be to say these new police chief weeks earlier the police Union had voted no confidence in their Chief and soon after city manager Tim Hony Kobe's good friend and biggest cheerleader resigned Kobe's kind of police work is social work said the confidential Source scornfully morale became so low that mayor Leslie Durgin received an assurance from Coby that he would see the cake through the matter what mistakes the police made they have been exponentially compounded by blunders and improprieties in the DA's office by May according to the confidential. Source the police and the DEA were conducting separate investigations Hast Rammstein, he said was committed to shielding the ramseys while the police were convicted convinced that the ramseys murmur that they I'm sorry that the ramseys murdered their daughter and covered up the crime the police. He added have been supported throughout by the FBI and the CBI these guys tell the cops. They have never seen anything like this. He says before reciting a Litany of unprecedented actions by the DEA murder suspects which are routinely requested to submit to a polygraph test. But when a active told Hoss run to ask to Ramsey's for one, he snapped no way they would only refuse it. May ha storms assistant trip to Muth sat down with Ramsey's attorney Brian Morgan to formulate the the first of a series of reward ads which ran into Boulder paper on June 1st later the da responding to a barrage of criticism admitted his office's involvement in the ad. By April the police have decided that they could do no longer share and all that information with the DEA and that they would keep their most damning evidence to themselves in June. A war room compact was allegedly broken into two weeks later his statement from the CBI reported that there had been a glitch in the system never the last says the confidential Source three experts pulled off actives definitively that the computer was hacked since then the police have considered asking the governor to bring in a special prosecutor or simply arresting the ramseys themselves off the affidavits for the rest have been ready to serve since May said the source, perhaps were seeing the possibility of a police Mutiny Hunter told me in June the police could go to a judge without coming to see me and submit an affidavit for an arrest warrant. They could do that. But the DEA would then say that's great, but I'm not bringing the charges. So as I was leaving Hunter mused aloud if we took I'll are we don't file these people are doomed they have been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion already every week the tabloids in every supermarket in America scream verdict on the ramseys with headlines that read daddy. Did it been a autopsy Mom and Dad guilty handwriting evidence fingers Patsy mom wrote Ransom note Jamba Juice grape shocker. Dad link to kiddie porn Scandal. Jonbenet's mom knows to kill her hubby. All right guys, we're going to break their for today. It was a good little snippet and then we're going to keep it going here off on the next week. Please remember to subscribe to the podcast. Please hit the five stars for us. So again, we get those algorithms moving as I mentioned every week. That's what helps us to get found here on Apple iTunes and also you can leave reports on the Google Play store and just you know, just leave some good good vibes. Or if you've got any suggestions, we're we're open to any suggestions as well and always trying to make the podcast better. So we're going to leave it there for today guys. Look forward to finishing this up in the next week or two, This is a great case. If any of your old enough to remember it, you know, we'll get to this a little bit later but there's even more tragedy that occurs within this family. There's a lot of weird obviously things going on with this note How It Was Written and specifically with the amount that's being asked for this hundred and $18,000 which just so happened to be specific amount of money associated with Jon benet's Father which, you know will get too. So that's it. I'm Drew and I'm out until next week. Thank you guys.

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JONBENT: Behind The Scenes Special Episode

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

34:53 min | 1 year ago

JONBENT: Behind The Scenes Special Episode

"Hard in the police department side was. Hey Ramsey's did did not going to give up. That would be wrong. I want an answer to this primarily for the sake of my children in my grandchildren for twenty three years it is a crime that has gripped the world. A family tragedy almost unthinkable terrible in both detail and consequence the murder of Jon. benet Ramsey shocked the world. She was murdered at just six years old with the circumstances surrounding her death being nothing less than horrifying defying. The child beauty queen was found in the basement of her family home in Boulder Colorado eight hours. After she was reported missing her skull had been smashed and a garage placed around her neck. It remains unclear which proved fatal strangulation or the blow to her head. Investigators who have been focusing focusing on the family home of six year old murder victim. Jon Benet Ramsey have now issued search warrants. I'm a Paul that anyone would think that that John or I would be involved in such a hideous paying US crime. Welcome to the killing of Jon. Benet Ramsey the final all suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby in this special behind the scenes preview episode you will be brought into the inner circle of the investigative team in a production meeting at the onset of the project. Along with Jon Benet father brother and close friends. Our production team have attempted to find answers to the brutal. Oh murder of the young beauty queen providing an unprecedented and extensive new investigation all in the hope to finally solve one of the most enduring murder order mysteries. The killing of Jon Benet Ramsey. The final suspects will delve into what is every parent's worst nightmare nightmare. Something that you hope never happens to your child. Specially in your own home yet happened to the ramseys twenty three years ago and still to this stay. The murder is unsolved. Here we join Executive Producers Dylan Howard and Matt sprouse as they discuss the Jon Benet case. What are we going to do to try and establish some some sort of finality? Some sort of conclusion for John Ramsey and his family. I think what's exciting about this. podcast is that we have this list. That was left behind by the lead investigator in the case his name was loose. Mit How did loose-knit get to be involved. In the KYW's so loose-knit it was a retired police detective in Colorado and he was brought out of retirement by the district attorney to help with the with the case early on and when he died he had. He had this list list of suspects that he'd been going through for two decades and he was able to cross off or rule out many of those suspects but he had at least ten ten suspects that he could never clear and that he was still pursuing. And now we have lose list and we'RE GONNA use that list to go after the final suspects of course Lew Smith commit before. His death vehemently believed that Jon Benet Ramsey was kill by an intruder and I guess that leads me to the point went many have suspected that John and patsy Ramsey modern Bain responsible for the killing of their daughter. Obviously audience subscribe to that. I have covered this case for a decade and a few weeks ago flew out to where John presently lives in small town in Utah. This is a man in his seventies who remains shattered by the circumstances of his daughter's what is death and how it came to be and in some ways. He blames himself yeah. I was surprised within the first couple of minutes. I realized this guy didn't kill his daughter. He's not covering up for someone who killed his daughter. He's a guy who has been through hell and has found a way to continue living and continue to find answers for his daughter who spending money on DNA. Testing testing of Suspects that cross his mind and we went through this list of suspects and he was blown away at the rate such that we had done. But he said something that so heartbreaking he said to me that Jonbenet was killed because of him and he meant that he believes she was targeted or targeted because of circumstance in small town called Colorado way he just sold his business into a significant company that obviously giving millions and millions of dollars so someone of being jealous of his success and it was a controversial controversial company was a controversial company and it was built by Lockheed Martin yes and it might have pissed off people to the point that that they took out these highness action. Yeah and that's the first time I had ever heard that theory but it makes sense and then he said to me. I live every night knowing that my daughter was killed likely because of me and that broke my heart. Yep Yeah and I think you can see in his eyes that he's he's come to peaceful place but also a place where he before he dies. I think he's seventy five and he said before he dies. He needs to get these answers for his children and his grandchildren He knows that it's too late to get justice in some ways for Jon Jon Benet because someone has has gotten away with this for twenty three years but at least he can go to his grave knowing that he found answers for his family Matt. You you have assembled the team. What are we going to find out who on these people and what is relevant to the case share will? Let's start with Doug on genie. I think he's probably the most important point person we can bring in he's an investigative reporter worked with CBS. For Years Doug Guinea has produced more hours on this case than any other investigative reporter for TV and so he is going to be our man on the ground he knows everybody attached to this case including clued family. He has a trust an institutional knowledge. I think it's important that we talk to him because he provides an insight like no one else Doug thanks very much for joining us on this behind the scenes episode firstly. I want to ask you this. Why are we still fascinated with these kayce? 'cause it's unsolved because there's still a large group of people who think that the parents are responsible for Johnny's death or someone in the family and here's the other big group of people who think that intruder broke into that home on Christmas evening and wrote a ransom note and killed a six year old girl in it remains unsolved in at at the time I think maybe because of the the beauty pageant videos it went national and back then we didn't call it viral but it went viral and it remains viral. This is a story that everyone thinks they know. But the killing of Jon Benet the final suspects as a story. They I don't because we have access to lose smits archives essentially we're going to be taking listeners into a whole new investigation and investigation that has a very lofty goal in mind and that is to try and solve this case. How important importance loose Smith Information? It's critical it's so important. I mean this is the guy who even on his deathbed Ed was telling family members names of suspects that he wanted checked out. He spent a good part of his latter years both breath when he was working for the district attorney in Boulder and then after he'd left there and was retired from any active police force but continue due to investigate this case and compiled a list of suspects. Some pretty scary people on that list. Do you tell us a little bit. About how lose spreadsheet was organized. It's just not random He didn't write down his thoughts of how he organized it in any detail but there are a lot of names on that list a lot of names and he prioritized and he also was looking at had. DNA been taken had they cooperated. Had anybody spoken to these people anybody. Anybody investigated these people a lot of time. The answers was no no one had spoken to these people not the DA's office not the police department not the boulder police and he prioritized the names on these he's lists and we are looking at some of the top priorities on his list. Unfortunately in life he ran out of time. We have the benefit ahead of time. This list really is the Kedah cracking the case. Is it fair to say that the killer's name is almost certainly written on that spreadsheet. I think it's fair to say that the killer's name is on that spreadsheet. Uh Whoever said it's all about the journey probably never traveled during the holidays. 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On this case and people started to pay attention. She wondered if it was an intruder and or if it was the family members over time she came to know Lou Smit and others involved in the investigation and believe that intruder was responsible for it and has overtime collected a great deal of material. I think of her as the Encyclopedia of this case Doug. What was your first initiation to her? I first initiation was in nineteen ninety eight. She had been named by a professor at an Ivy League school as a possible suspect. In the case he had done some analysis of her writings and had come to the conclusion the very very very wrong conclusion that she was somehow a suspect in the case in we learned of this as I was doing a series of stories. He's on the case and I met with her for the first time in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in Boulder Colorado and she told me in her story and we did her story sense then. I have used as a resource over the years. Time and time In time again and I too have traveled to her hometown and I to have set either in her whole or in a hotel room or the library uptown and looked at listened to and watched the things she's collected and it's remarkable what she's collected so not not only was she not the murderer but she became like you said the encyclopedia and Lou Smit would actually call her to fact check. Isn't that right and and John Ramsey still does. Yeah over that time you know a a blogger who's a bit anonymous at times and you wonder right I mean are they straight are they bending things are they twisting facts to a certain advantage. She she is a straight shooter. She's collected what she's collected from sources all over the country and people send her things. It's remarkable remarkable. What she gets in the mail and she tells you about it? She trusts you. loose-knit trusted her and they engaged in numerous conversations over the years and she visited him in Colorado and he trusted her. He trusted her so much that he add this valuable list of suspects and he gave her access to those to a spreadsheet. And that's what we're working with. Well I think it is finally time to on mosque jonassen. Let's give her a call Jamieson. I am isn't show. We know all the facts. The ramseys have been accused of this murder. Burke Ramsey has been falsely accused of this murder. There it was a witch hunt surrounding in my view John and Patsy Ramsey. But we're in a unique position. Now Jameson it's two two thousand and nineteen and we have access to new enhancements in technology. Dan Is it's very important in this case. Why is it? There is no innocent explanation or any foreign mail. DNA to be found on her body for on her clothes under her nails and especially not co mingled old with the blood spots from the sexual assault that were found in her panties. There's no innocent explanation for that. DNA to be in any of those places places. It does not belong to anybody in her family which means that someone who sexually assaulted her that day left their DNA there and it's important to find that person and it's also important to know that he nineteen ninety-six not only was Technology Bailey available to properly testimony of saint or. I suspect that mistakes by the ball deep payday meant it simply wasn't used to its full capabilities and now with the advantage and enhancements of DNA technology that we saw with the Golden State Killa and how that unsolved case this was solved. We're really in a unique position. We're in a great position because we know that there's more. DNA evidence that needs to be tested and what still needs to be tested in this case for DNA. Okay some of the items that were taken as evidence were sent to boaty and they sent them. I'm back and didn't test them. And they those items need to be brought back to the lab and retested using the better knowledge that we have. Are we going to get asked. But how are we going to get access to those well. One Way. We're not gonNA physically get a hold of these items which could include fluid. The garage The handled it was used as under garage. Which of course someone's hand was on? So why wouldn't you test that. We're not go and physically get a hold of that but loose Smith has a daughter and daughter along with some of his former colleagues are are trying to get those items tested. They sit with the Boulder Police Department. They are trying to pressure the Boulder Police Department into doing the right thing and getting goes critical items critical pieces of evidence tested. But why why were. They not tested twenty years ago. That's sounds crazy. It's a murder scene. They found enough. DNA to know that someone outside of the family was there and they have five more pieces of evidence that could have been tested and they just didn't do it. Oh that's that's an easy answer. They know who did it they gotten DNA back and the rams and family my good fit the foreign DNA. That was Jon Benet panties that stop anybody from believing that the family did it. No and they're they hit the information from the District Attorney's Office the Boulder Police Department at the report saying that. DNA belong to a foreign person person and they didn't tell the district attorney's office. They did not tell Smith they did not tell anyone. They hit that secret for months and months and months launch in to me. That's criminal in itself and I understand. I understand back then when they would probably embarrassed and they've already pointed the finger at the family and they they couldn't Sort of on. Go down that path but it seems like now there'd be a whole new group of people at the Boulder Police Department at at the DA's office. Why this minute let me? Just let me just say what everyone should be saying. If Lou Smith spreadsheet exists why why is the Boulder Police Department. Not doing what we're doing we're podcast producers. And we're left to do the research that they won't do. They told told me number one. They have other cases new cases and vital cases that they feel they can do better work on and and that's their priority number two the funding. They've spent so much money on the Ramsey case. They really don't have that much money three they. They don't feel that they can properly ever get a conviction in this case even if they find intruder they're always intruders lawyers gonNA stab Ab. They said the RAMSEYS did it. And so they don't feel that they'll be able to get an addiction. So why bother the thing that you need to note is the same people that have not solved this case. Twenty two years are the same people in charge same elites that were there day one day to day fifty day one hundred are still there in charts so they must have been like in their twenty like they must have just been starting their career back in ninety six ninety seven this you know. They hadn't been a murder in boulder. Oh to Colorado of a kid like this that will foreign to how to deal with these type of crowd a few days after the murder they bring in John Andrew Ramsay Ramsey. That was John Benitez older brother. He was a sophomore at the University of Colorado at the time they bring him into the Boulder police station. They put him in a room and he is hoping that now. The police are going to solve the murder. Sister to police officers come immune. He's sitting in the chair. They sit down. They hand him their cards. Their business cards police business cards one card. It says auto theft one card says narcotics. Neither of those cards say homicide and he thinks Oh my oh my God what's going to happen. I think that that's something. They had no idea what they're doing. And the other thing in boulder the time is is it people would be rotated into the appointment of being a detective so everybody got a chance at the better hours in the little. Better pay I I guess And it just happened to be St Thomas's turn to rotate into being a detective. This was the first case he got in the only. Let me comment homicide. The he had ever worked on as most of US found out the hard way. Getting into debt is easy especially around the holidays. It's getting out. That's the hard part and it can be even harder when your credit score is in great thankfully now there's upstart dot com. It's a revolutionary lending platform. That knows you're more than just your credit score. The look at the full picture like your education and Job History and reward you in the form of a smarter interest rate and associate of mine. 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That this podcast sees in many ways the father and sons crew sign an attempt to try and find answers to the brutal murder of their daughter and sister. He's the lesser known brother in this case Berko Veasley seemingly has the high profile as he was falsely accused. What can you tell me about John Andrew? Why he's Bane in the background? And how you and Matt and I want to ask Matt is able to convince him to participate in the killing of Jon. Benet the final suspects. Let me tell you what I know about John. Andrew Ramsay he grew up in Atlanta. He was a child Born born in John Ramsey's first marriage and it was John Andrew and his older sister. Beth John Ramsey's he's daughter. Beth unfortunately died in an automobile accident in Michigan many many years ago so that left John Andrew and his mom Tom in Atlanta. When John Ramsey took a job in boulder and they were divorced by them John John Andrew decided once he graduated from high school to go to the University of Colorado in Boulder and did go there so he was living in Boulder? When all of this happened As a at that point as a sophomore at the University of Colorado and as I said he expected the police to do their job he understood that a family is often in early suspect in the case which is everyone everyone knows is what happens and he knew that would happen but he knew that his family had done anything wrong at not killed a family member and you expected the police to do the right thing. He stayed however in the background. John Andrew is not the only sibling of the Ramsey family. Suffering from this was tragedy. He had a sister he had two older sisters Beck who died in a car accident and Melinda Melinda had a boyfriend Stuart Stewart and she had spent that Christmas with Christmas Eve and everything with Stuart in Atlanta Sheen. Gene Jenny Andrew. We're headed Christmas now. She's since married. Stewart and Has a family and to protect her children. Do not have the Ramsey name. She has remained quiet. I mean she has suffered. She has heard enough. She lost her baby sister. She watched her father and stepmother. They're accused she is hurt and she has remained by Pacini Andrew his sided. Now it's time to come out when I met with him. The first time He was almost apologetic to even think that he could have a voice in this story he said for years. He's always thought of this as a tragedy that happened to do Jon Benet but then secondly to patsy and John and Burke and he felt like he was outside of that circle And and I think it's taken him this long to realise that his voice may be the most important voice now because he was his brother and he does want to see the truth. Come out and he's just far enough removed that he he doesn't have where it can't be perceived that he has an agenda other than finding who killed his sister. It's been more than two decades of Hell Hell for John. Andrew Ramsay. He's participation in this. podcast proves one thing this is not a retelling of a very very tragic and sad story. It is as we promised to John and John Andrew an active investigation of the case. Not only that. We're very confident that this will be the most comprehensive investigation conducted since the flawed investigation from the Bulb payday now team when I want no stone unturned or no laid on followed I personally talk to one. Man Montero Doug Monteiro is the best investigator that I know. Monteiro has agreed to participate in this. And he's a veteran reporter here in the a New York newspaper saying Montero. What do we need to do as part of this investigation? We need to physically track. Some of these suspects down Get in their faces and confront them and see if during heated questioning that they at any point it will provide us with some sort of an answer as to whether they are responsible for this young girl's death and we need to get DNA Friday. You do that in the field and by field. I may not investigating ties the best way to do that is by conducting long hours of stakeouts waiting being for them to either drop cigarette on the floor or throw a cup of coffee into the garbage. Can it's really undercover detective. Work you and I have talked Montero about not just the names of the suspects but the categories they fall in like they're part of the pageant seeing the beauty pageants seeing. They were photographers. They did some John Benitez photography the other children photography in that group. Remember we they. What are the kinds of people were finding but are the crimes rhymes that some of these people have been accused of or convicted of? There is a pattern of behavior in a lot of these suspects that we're looking at Particularly a a few of them who were pageant photographers that have subsequently been arrested for some form of child pornography. Okay so Doug Watson step first step is to get on an airplane in Golden Colorado specifically the go-to boulder older and to check out. Knock on doors. Some of these suspects that are in boulder. Some of these suspects are another parts of Colorado bill and knock on their doors and also speak to the Ramseys to both John Ramsey and John Andrew Ramsay. I must say team. I think we're are in a unique position. He had find some answers with loose. Smith's list of suspects you all the team that put together the resources available to us and the advances in technology. Crucially for the Ramseys we are going to be able to either rule in and or rule out certain suspects and that is a giant step forward in unequipped. What the ball to pay day says a cult sky's not actively investigating it from the very beginning when the FBI did get called? They said that a child of six. It doesn't make how many enemies child of six of made the killing of Jon Benet. The final suspects is going to be partly procedural part murder mystery. Each episode will be a real life real time search for the truth and no one will escape scrutiny as we attempt to put right one of the modern ages most monstrous wrongs join us. And listen to the killing of Jon. Benet the final suspects narrated by me. Danielle Robie as we answer her enduring question. Who Killed Jon Benet Ramsey? The killing of Jon Benet. The final suspects is hosted by means Danielle Rowe Bay executive produced by Dylan Howard and Matt sprouse and is a production of broaden water studios and endeavor audio executive producers also include. Tom freestone Doug Genie. Susan Bennett James. 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JONBENT: A Fathers Anguish

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JONBENT: A Fathers Anguish

"I think anyone who suffered the loss of a child those that that. There's just a lot of times that let's family and friends and clergy people. We lost our daughter. That's the worst possible. Ospel thing that could have happened to us. Anything that has happened in the aftermath pales by comparison. We feel like they're at least two people on the face of this earth. No who did. And that is the killer and someone that that person may have confided them. Welcome to episode three of the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby last time we heard how twenty three years after the broken and abused body of six year. Old jonbenet Ramsey was discovered by her father in the basement of their Boulder Colorado home. The identity of her murder still baffles law enforcement officers bottomline. There's still a killer out there. It also how armed with a list of remaining suspects from lead detective loose-knit a new team of investigators. Journalists and private citizens are doing what the boulder older police department has yet to be able to put aside any agenda other than finding answers for the Ramseys it is this spreadsheet and a short list of ten suspects. Vex that is now forming the basis of our new investigation Dylan Howard Doug Lumbini Jamison and their team along with John and John. Andrew Ramsay are determined determined to pick up with detective. loose-knit could not finish it. Used to be what I'd wake up in the morning had to get up up quick because I lay in bed. Start thinking that was tough to start your day. That way better yet reminded. No I have pictures of Jon Benet and and Beth. My other daughter on my desk came sometimes. Look that makes both happy and said well you know for so long long. My father's born the brunt of working with the media and putting himself out there and he's gone to tremendous links that really to protect us kids to the we can have a semblance of normal life. I'm at the same time I've got a vested interest in this. I've got young children myself. My wife has been affected by this murder. And I want the truth. And that's why I'm I'm doing this. I don't have any aspirations beyond just getting to the truth and this is this is a means to an end. As I said we were naive pass. He came from a small town west. Virginia I was born and raised in Lincoln Nebraska. We thought the world was a nice place John Andrew along with sisters Elizabeth and Melinda lived with their mother in Atlanta. Their parents had divorced in nineteen seventy eight and John. John Married Patsy in nineteen. Eighty Burke Ramsey was born in one thousand nine hundred seven and Jon Benet three years later even after John and patsy moved to boulder all all the children remained close. This is John Andrew. My Dad's company merged with two others in the headquarters was in boulder her once Access graphics was sold to Lockheed Martin my dad was promoted to CEO President. In of course steph point made the move to full-time in boulder but coming from Atlanta Boulder was. It was kind of a novelty right until the story of. You've gone out there as a as a seventh grader Meena Buddy. We had our bikes. We could ride our bikes everywhere. I mean this was unthinkable in the sprawl of Atlanta. You walk the places. It was kind of this quaint small town so we thought we didn't pay attention to keep our doors lock. We thought we lived the Nice safe community in one of the things. Police asked me early on. Do you know anybody could have done this. I said I don't know anybody this evil. This is an evil horrible saying that human being into a child. I don't know anybody I've never met anybody. That said Evil John. John Andrew Remembers. Jon Benet some fourteen years his junior as a boisterous fun loving kid. I'm not GonNa say we were best buddies or anything but As I remember being really Tomboy I mean she this older brother Burke who had a bunch of you neighborhood buddies played baseball and whatever sports the day and she just Kinda hung out with them and I really saw her as as a tomboy be yes she was a sweet fun kit at the some of this has been trumped up and really portrayed as overwhelming personality but I guess I don't remember that and I think I there's just genuine this weekend one of the things that I regret big time obviously is that we didn't take our home security more seriously without Linden in a very peaceful AC- Harriet type of community. Our House had alarm system. Stay in the house. We bought it but it was one that put without this excruciating noise and the theory behind that type assists to was it drives you nuts and some as intruder. He just wants to get out of the house as his his ear. Drums are breaking. So we'd never used. Johnny said off one just punching buttons. It was horrible. She said it makes expires loud. That's the idea so we'd ever use it because it was horrible system but on the morning after Christmas nineteen ninety-six. Everything changed our plan that morning. That was get up early. Blind to Minneapolis meet John and my daughter Melinda and they go on up to northern Michigan for like a second Christmas with Miller kiss and then they were going to go back home. And we're going to take Johnny Burke on the Disney cruise so it was the day after Christmas and I had spent Christmas with but my sister Melinda in mother and if Lanna and after was flying to meet my dad passing family. We were GONNA go to Charlotte Michigan time. We'd at home but the plan was to meet any apple's so we were flying Minneapolis Got Off their plane and I can't remember someone handed me a note flight attendant or somebody they pulled me aside and said you need to call call home essentially pay phone and called my dad and he told me that Johnny Been Kidnapped and I think he I essentially we. Just this means that split-second decision why Denver that point after patsy discovered the ransom note claiming Jon Benet had been kidnapped. She called called nine one one. The police responded and so began the initial agonizing. Wait for the family well. I described the feeling to people. It's like when you're in a shopping center and you've got your small child with you and your rookie through clothing and look round gone. He had this desist. Hit My gut like my God. Where's bird or she go? Where did he go a star frantically looking and then you find him over in the next? I'll somewhere minutes later. I had that panic yet in the gut feeling all morning what do I what have I got to do to get her backed. It's cold out there. It's dark and I do whatever I'm capable of doing that we call the police immediately obvious to get her back. That was my the whole focus. What a helpless? I didn't know what to eat. Our can give blocked roads lead. Get pleased at the airport. I but the cops answer here. They know what they're doing. I I don't I don't should be done. But in retrospect they didn't have a clue what they're doing and I should'VE MM-HMM I should've I don't how would escalate it. But I should have called a friend of the governor's office. I should have done something to say. Look we got a major problem. I I need help. Call up the National Guard. I don't know but but I thought it what the kidnappers tomorrow at ten o'clock and I didn't know if tomorrow is tomorrow or the day we are in so ten o'clock came and went and the place thought it was suspicious. They should have all the pieces when they didn't call a ten but I didn't know if he met tomorrow at ten o'clock and my God if I gotTa wait twenty four hours mm-hmm so I didn't know that the police observed that I did let ten o'clock come and go and I didn't gration burn as suspicious suspicious. I was going to the mail. Then they thought that was bizarre. I was looking for another communication from the kidnapper. Anything I was looking at the window looking. Is Anybody anybody watching the house. I was trying to do whatever I could get my daughter back and the police watch too much grade C eh crime movies I should be over tearing my hair out and ripped my clothes off at cry. I was father when we get back. What can I do this over when I lost my Dr? Beth was killed in a car accident. I got a call. My brother said death is dead. I couldn't do anything. I couldn't get the best doctors for her. I couldn't fly. Why tour it was? This wasn't over in my mind that morning. 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But somehow we got on an airplane to Denver Info there in arrived to taxi cab from their their Ford and arrived right as just after they had found body. They were walking out of the house. So it's quite a way to see. It had to be very difficult. Yes absolutely and I remember being scared to. I didn't know who had done this against our family. There's I remember it did in our cabin Dan. That's coming out of the house. Presumably they just found Giannini's body and we were ushered into a car. Ars Essentially ran my dad's to the effect that Shamanee's been is in heaven and killed and Patsy. He was just devastated. I mean on the floor just devastated. The police were there of course and I the thing thing I can remember as as Burke being brought in and just that just that just he was he was just a nine year old. Oh you know smiling. Little boy and is his best friend is sister. Little sister was was murdered and that was just devastating devastating to me. See that his you know he just had this look of innocence on them walking in there kind of a big awkward smile. Oh I know this is this is not good. All these people around me were crying. A mother's on the floor but you know he's it just just awful nightmare however was just beginning and as it turned out the investigation into who killed Jon. Benet was to be defined from the start by a series of catastrophic blunders by the Boulder Police Department. I've met a foreign six expert years later. And he said it was bizarre. What they didn't do he said the first thing we do do when a child is missing as we go through the House thoroughly? Were they hiding under a blanket. Were they hiding in a closet where they played some Kinda game. We look everywhere in the house. I they didn't do it. That's the first avenue if a child missing this police work one on one. Didn't have it all the way. Our country's structured for the most part we have eighteen thousand police jurisdictions if a crime occurs in that jurisdiction that crime is responsibility ability of the local police. If they don't ask for help help cannot be given and certainly was the case in in Boulder. You are the expert in everything no are they wise enough to know. They're not sometimes yes sometimes. No Nar case dancer was no. They thought they can handle it. They tend to be very territorial very protective of their cases and they wanna not have help. And that's that's unfortunate yours. Get in the way. This is an expert on the Jon. Benet Ramsey case Jameson. They turn down can help immediately from the Denver. Police said you've had one homicide in how many years we have unfortunately for Denver of much larger number. YOU'RE IN DENVER. Said we have got equal that know how to do the crime scenes. Let us help you. An older apparently said no are. Oh you know. Don't think we're like maybe able to do something we we'll take care of our own and so Denver had to step back and let boulder do your thing which they didn't new very well in hindsight. Well that's the one day I will old boulder a responsible for. I don't criticize him because they had no experience. I appreciate ashamed that they were working on it. But they should have realized they didn't have the the expertise inexperienced to deal with it and they should have welcomed the help of Denver for example or the sheriff's Department or whomever and that's what I will fault them for that next day we went down to the police station and young in my mind. I'm a dumb nineteen year old kid. Really connect the dots and interrogation. But that's what it was police price of eight separate me from my family for hours on end. Bring me into some window. Lists the interrogation room. And so I'm sitting there and I'm sure there's a video of this somewhere out there in the in the world thinking that okay well here comes the the best and brightest here comes the FBI you know CBI. This is peculiar okay. Good we're going to get to you. Know get to an answer here and then walk. Ron gossage in Steve. Thomas from the border police mayhem either. Business cards and I look added in one says auto theft and the other says narcotics and literally. I just bury my head in my hands because I knew at that point. We we're screwed. These guys had no business investigating a homicide so the hope of finding the suspect at that moment it was in jeopardy at that they want. When does auto theft on does narcotics? The same thing happened to you as he was pretty. Well go on. I mean she was just devastated that I talked them. This the answer to the questions and try to this all. We needed to come down on the station and by then the media was outside. I said we'RE NOT GONNA go down. You know we can't. Why does she dies? compeer appear. We'll talk to you so much you Avi please come here in this safe haven force somebody out there killed our child. We don't know who they were. We don't WANNA go out in front of Twenty TV cameras. He Sculpture Talk to you for sure. The initial police operation had been defined by incompetence what followed appear to be a campaign directed squarely against the ramseys themselves. We won we come down station. We have paper staedtler well. At that moment Mike. Them who's good friend was their deliveries food for the people career Luna's and he was a former assistant district attorney new the voter police. What they that? They weren't bit at any. Take time out. I'm out. I'm an Attorney K.. Maurice John which allow me to do some things here that I think are necessary and and Mike apparently then told police. Aren't that no. They're not gonNA come to the station. You call me later dear. Trying to to get us and I've gotten a call that same day from Tho the work for him and he said John I got this message from somebody inside. The system will tell you a voice but they sit. Tell John to get the best defense attorney and get his hands on because they think he killed his daughter and they're out to get it. They beat the police and I'm thinking Holy Mackerel unbelievable so I was sort of primed for Mike to say you need an attorney his. I've gotten this call this warning the Woohoo K.. Whatever and the next day introduced to two attorneys? So what do we need to attorneys for. He swell one one can't represent both of you in Colorado. Wanted to sit down with police. Do it under a week to help forward hand down so we went back to Atlanta buried. Johnny her family cemetery blunt and said okay. We're was back to get on with the killer. And they said lots of fast and they pretty much said please shot get you they take. DNA did they tell you right away. The results of that. And you know they. You didn't We saw the results several years later. Which said we've tested the family? They're excluded. There's no match but they couldn't overlook that problem But we given everything you've ever asked for pure there's nothing they asked where we didn't give them. We gave them our bank rates. We gave credit card records our phone records we gave him DNA. We gave him hair samples who gave him pubic hair samples. We gave them see my volumes of handwriting samples. Jose House rewrite that horrible note with a right hand and then with our left hand. I probably wrote that. No which is very six seven times times so they could then look at my handwriting and make a judgment superpower broke the notre non so we did everything they asked. Well Yeah I mean you know day one week. Good under police station. Because why wouldn't you gave handwriting samples and Blood Samples Hair samples holzen pubic hair samples. which is you know? It's a pretty dramatic experience fingerprints all sorts of stuff but thing you would anybody anybody would do in that situation and so we did. They did not fess up that there was foreign mailed the in multiple locations on for a long time. Yeah of course. Eventually they compare my sample. Of course it doesn't search and none of your family's things matched You're not dealing with good cops for dealing cops water convicted murdered as much as I love true crime in solving elving mysteries. Sometimes even I need a break from time to time but in order to do my best work as a detective on to stay shop and keep more Brian Active. That's that's why I love solving puzzles. And playing games to keep myself shop like best fiends. Best fiends is a mobile puzzle game. That's totally free to download you match match three of a kind to clear the bowed but unlike some other matching games of plight this one lets you collect characters along the way that help you in the game it. It can be a challenge but it's a fun little game that really anyone comply with my work. I tend to travel a lot so I like to apply it when I'm waiting for my flight when I'm on the plane since she dot need to be connected to the incident apply. Engage your brain with fun. Puzzles and click tons of characters to trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must ply. Dan Light Best Feigns Free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the I this fiends The strain on the grieving family was almost unbearable. So what happens to your brain disappeared. John your daughter's lost the daughter in you're dealing with I mean your family's Iraq understandably in your shock I mean not not necessarily but you're in shock and you're absolutely not capable of making good decisions and I write that my book said if you take one thing out of this look take this. Do not make big decisions after a tragedy and I'm not talking about the next month I'm talking about a couple years. Give your friend and your checkbook. Don't sell your house. Don't move to you know just everything park at your job. Parking arc. You're find is you've not capable of making the decision. He really not turn Oracle shop and I was but you don't necessarily recognize having lost their daughter and sister in the most brutal way possible. The Ramsey soon realized that things would only get worse. Where did you start thinking in a minute? There's something wrong here yet. I mean obviously I knew where I was As I was thousands of miles away in Atlanta Georgia with my family and friends. And but yeah I think probably the the moment I got a basically. My Dad hired a lawyer for me in my sister. Belinda because the police had made a concerted effort to to basically dangle me out into the to the press as a potential suspect and they did it on purpose. We now know their tent. There was they knew Dan have anything to do with it. But their intent was to put public pressure on my dad Ed Bats Ada see if they would would break but yet that's dishonest. Just awful I mean these guys were young inexperienced and in a tornado of scrutiny. And I can understand that. That's hard and you police by nature our fraternity right. It's a brotherhood and and as I see it with these guys did a circle the wagons and they protected their own and they fought viciously to protect their their own. The reputation and I don't agree with that. I would like to think if I was in their shoes I would have realized that I was outgunned. And you didn't have the experience to dissolve this and the reach out for help in nineteen ninety seven with their case floundering older PD brought in legendary retired. Detective Lou Smit who with hundreds of successful homicide investigations under his belt was seen as is the man to finally cracked the case. A year later he was forced to resign again. After presenting to the Department is absolute conviction that an intruder intruder was responsible for jonbenet's murder undeterred. He continued to work the case on his own steam until his death nine years ago. Did you ever get to meet loose-knit I did a couple times. The first time I met loose-knit they brought me in or asked to talk it to me about what you said. What do you know about stun-guns? I don't know anything about stun guns. You know and I to be frank at the time time. I was pretty distrustful and editor towards the police account lump Lou into that collective but yeah over time it learning of his reputation and it just seems work. You know that a man of integrity would just follow the truth. I mean that's hard to do in that environment where there's a lot out of public pressure. Everything was being leaked to the media. The world over day. Kinda stand on your principles. Hard to ease to tell me I'm GonNa get this going. You want to get him and he'd gotten a lot of criminals in his career. It's his reputation was founded on salt or hundred coal cases smets and detective. Smith did not work alone. Who was Ali Gray? All Gray was a retired tired homicide detective from California or also judge number years quite a career in law enforcement was retired in Colorado Springs and got interested in this case Early on and did quite a bit of work on the elude worked pretty closely together. We both lived in Colorado Springs all knew a lot about the case. Say Both Allure Long Time homicide detectives and and have lots of experience got a real life. Colombo's basically how did you first get involved with Janus. We became aware IRV Jameson. She was reported to have a very detailed timeline of information online about on our case and it was very accurate berry non biased. One way or the other wasn't trying to convince people were guilty or innocent. It was just the facts. She had a good reputation for website of being very accurate in this data less started fairly early on on and she has maintained it over the years. She very careful about making sure. It was accurate in correct. She put it on her site at that point wait. I was pretty well known as being a supporter of the intruder theory. I had made some enemies. The ramseys were aware of my existence. Assistance I became worried that somebody might pretend to be me to gain their trust and I thought I had to stop snap that so I met with them and when I came out here to again I came out here several times. Then and each time I would meet with those Smith. Just a wonderful guy and he introduced me to Ollie Gray and he introduced me do several other people they were working on the case. After Lewis Smith's death he left his case files to his daughter Cindy Mara as well as his master spreadsheet detailing every suspect for the murder of Jon Benet he developed this database of people have interest. In our case I'd come in his tips and each each name had a columnist. What had been done if anything on this tip was followed up on his DNA take three perch taken in intellect coughing very extensive database very thorough? And when he died he left that as legacy and and Cindy Mara his daughter is taken up that database and move forward on doing what Lou would have done had lived. So yeah. Yeah it's it's really a gift he left because you know as a family here we have. We have nothing else you know. The police haven't shared any really not any information with us. So the work that we did is what we've got it. Is this spreadsheet and a final shortlist list of ten suspects that is now forming the basis of our new investigation. Douglas Genie Jason and their team along with John and John John Andrew Ramsay are determined to finally finish with Detective Smith started and they formed his team if kept very low profile but they are basically taking lose extensive database of information on this case and methodically going through each dame each lead and either eliminated eminating or resilient and they're eliminating it based on Giddy. Dna We have foreign mail. DNA always voice have had in this case in lieu fell was going to be solved by fighting DNA mash. So they're going through and get Indian each of these people I I either take him off. The list is debated match. Or there's some connection than pursuing it for. They're going from the top down but they do you believe that the name of the killers in that most very convinced them is. They're still evidence that should be tested for DNA one we have the killers DNA. Let's start there so that's hugely important. It will ultimately solve this crime in two. Yes there are additional items that should be tested given today's new technology for additional samples and then three and the advent of using genealogy to identify killer is hugely promising in that technology will get better right. I I mean from where we were in nineteen ninety six to where we are. Today's leaps and bounds improvement. DNA technology so. I know in my mind if it's not today's tomorrow we're GonNa crack this absolutely confident. Well Lou Smith told me that early early on that. There is four DNA under her fingernails. He said she got a piece of it. I think Lou believe this was going to be solved by DNA area part of the challenge with our cases to just the volume of nation in the overtime. This five there's no one in the police department. That really understands CNN's Casey more. They're not new people the same people that were there and didn't solve this twenty two years of the same people in charge now. Well I I think in terms of moving and forward if we can get the boulder police to test the evidence that hadn't been tested for DNA. We understand that there were five pieces suspended for testing to the DNA lab only one or two protested. The other three. I assume returned back to the police. Evidence files we can take. Those three pieces haven't tested see. what DNA zone the the rope the the tape? The killer obviously had a touch. I mean this this is a in. My mind is simple process of just working through the list collecting DNA in your this. Isn't this isn't rocket science at this point. I believe we have the name the killer on lose list and we need to now put any effort to track down these individuals. Israel's collect their DNA ruling in or out. Next time on the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey. The final suspects back. There was a person who had committed suicide. And they were looking at that person because he had a stun gun. 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Faith Signs Wondres& Miracles

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It's through faith and what that you inherit the promises? Patience. Patience is not patients in Greek. No. It's persistence. Interesting. Through and persistence, you inherit the promises John G. Go out and pray for them. Go come back to. That grew. Get full. And that will form. Thank you. Yes. So. We're studying new model school and we're going to make mandatory. Come. Back. Lake had a sweet. It was with him at times and Towering vote late. He started studying after he got. List start stating all my demons. He says, Oh, please take you next time. You have a case where there's So. They had this case where this guy was crazy. Bedroom and so they went to the house and they got two sides of the bed. This guy was in the middle of the bed and was just ranting and raving and. Becomes your way you come my way out? The guy jumped up on the bed and? Good Way. In. God wants us to walk in dominion will always come by. That's the God kind of. By hearing the God kind of faith is based on nothing. 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Research before you didn't consider his own, which is natural, which was now dead as far as reproducing hits hidden. He knew it. But he did. So in other words, he looked right at the promise and only problems and he refused to let anything in between them and the promise. So often today I know Virginia in Ireland, falls people all over the. World. And even. Someone people are shut down the natural. They gotta get off the actual they cam she. TIMES, unless there's against operates into if a gift of. Faith is not required. Did you know that? Supernatural. Person and you get in their presence. All Everybody. And Men But if there's some gift outbreak and kind of like at the pulled such A. Gift Operating. than. Somewhere back. and faith comes by. Hearing. It also comes. By chewed. Building up yourself. Praying. Yes, we heard something about that. This morning this ministry meeting we ran. That when you pray God. You pray divide revelation now. India show. Comes out of your soul you understand what you've been praying and revelation knowledge gone that she didn't get before. And all of a sudden you understand something. Sandy forces pray tongues. event. So Show many times I'm so frustrated with people because. The almost refuse. To. Believe God. They want you lands on them they want you to pray for them. And then they want you to pray for them actually. They run from place to place getting word. Friday. That and. Did. That's right. And then when something really comes. Much Yep. Lots were huge somebody who deliver somebody they'll never. The double come back. Trump try because requires us. Strong. Suit can get strong many times version. But then he just. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word and. bounces progress three. Five, six, trust. Trust into. Actually that's command. Command. Alternative. Don't fear. Don't fear. Don't. Right. Over. Three hundred times. Don't fear your command. Trust is also. And I got to think about this. Why we just What are we trust his were? We will take the word somebody just met. Tells us yes I can fix that for you and. We go over the researcher wherever I know what we We trust them. Trust who's been around forever he's never ever failed. Recently, don't trust them because we not ever studied his word in such. That we see that every time. So. We know that faith says. Right he's just some. Things about the whole. Medical Center you guys I said we're talked about that which is a type of fake. But it's a lower court. It's The Times. By. From my hands. On. Your. Old. Here. and. Will all the way through which is teen? Because Fleming. But after that all. Came yes they want based on. What you see right now, let's who leave. It's a higher form of faith. It's a place that we can walk in used to. But we have to so. Jesus. To Walk It. It will lift you automatically. That had take you over. So many stories but. Right now. Mental say. I'll get. Sometime. It was say, wow, that's beautiful. I know I should. Believe. But for some reason I can. had. I won't believe. There's no reason for on the leaf. One is laughing. Eight, for six. People are destroyed acknowledge. Okay fine. About. This milicic. Some people her in their? says. WHO Were drew. I see that it's true excetera they refuse. They refuse. To Walk on water. Is set you won't walk on the supernatural while you're called walk. Battle and you have to come they're. The only way. Through fear is through fear. While yes. Walk through. To Watch. I think we're GONNA. Cat. Straight out. So. I just find you. Tonight right name I if you have. The door, will. Do we have. Occasional. Something you're Nancy. I don't care where he wants to do this show. This gun show. It says for some reason. I saw. Talks. I feel like. If you. Live by your feelings you will never. Out of feelings she got. Word doesn't matter. WHO. was. Well no for great. You shed. He said. He never asked how? Many men. Through. Disease. Never. So were A. Those. were. To be. Jesus had put on have. You. Because, believe actually stop the less. So basically there's two reasons why people don't believe one is lack of knowledge. So. If you get enough of the word of the year. You'll be. It just automatically. The other one though is on persuadable. Talks about it. Could be unpersuaded -able. That's a choice. I taught this. My parents always did this family always did this my college told me this whatever it is and I refuse to believe in God Areas they don't really. They don't know. Distrust. So. We can national. Usually sleeping. So. I wanted to talk to you about along this line because I think. This something with the unpersuaded. When I wanted to learn about human I studied every structure in viable on every cases. Disease early. Every Two. Questions side. Who? And why? Right questions. That sound. Now. Or anything else that might come up in questions. And as I studied them, I've found that. Always will for some all. Scriptures that you might think it's not. Until you get it. Right study you find out I never countries himself, but there's all kinds of teaching as he does. I. Never does. Word is perfect. On The Lord is. Perfect converted sole right. Okay, who is worse? Perfect. It doesn't ever have a mistake. You could say, well, yes but it was renowned by man because. He read the words. Right. who were move on? Her One Time I. Asked him about that. He said, don't you think? I. Get One so. What I needed out. Her say was like saw. And I thought. I S you probably could. That people to believe that God or. Whatever. But, he also loves span of the world is between here and here. I hear. He sat great that perfect. Everything is because are people might can't figure it out. At some point, we have to choose believe it's a choice stating this choice. Man, so. But there's plenty of evidence. Again. They some of things hoped for the evidence. Of Things. The natural around. The Natural Sciences So struggling. Is My My senses four am I gonNA live by. Were which is spirit. Announces Whereas Spirit. We trust the word of everything else it anything else anybody thinks. It's going to be popular. Find somebody dying. Relatives which. I. Call you their child or their this hour. All sudden. And often made sake change through that. Sometimes, they don't sometimes they just go backwards my father saw me you and I are playing and fun of. And he dishes. All. receive a war. He's much. And so he could. and. Not to find out. You know. So we can shoes or we are not us and I believe that believers there hungrier. Either have to. See. Because time me I all last year I used to say it's going to be. It's up to. John No. Personally, are we believe or not? So some of the things help us believe is the evidence. Well. What are the Evans? Seeing, crush on. A. Second. Ear. One Hundred Peter a servant in an apostle of Jesus. Christ. Those who have obtained? Life Precious. US. He's talking to people who obtain. Is. With us through waitresses have God in our Savior Jesus Christ. Grace and peace be multiplied to you. You don't love him saving grace. Vegas right. You heard that great. You know what else is? The ability to bring God's power on the scene whenever you need. One. Dollars. The sunlight's. Grayson peace be multiplied. How? Long. The knowledge. Our. According to this divine power has given unto us all things as giving on solving pertain to life and godliness. The. And then for sure, we're gonNA tell us great and precious promises that by these. These. You might be partake yourself though. That's the God. Was Walking God. So what's GonNa Change? The worst power onto salvation. The word. The spirit of the word they always agree but. Always, right somebody can try to twist that but worry the spirit or holy. Word is spirit and his life. Living were came and showed us the father show rest here on the father shows bother other decent you saw the US. and. It says that Bindi, she might be part of the divine nature. Having escaped the corruption is the for and besides giving diligence and tells about anything so that you'll never fail. So three times though those four scriptures. Glasses. Here's how you. Get A. Life God to. Dominate. Grace impeachable people to you through the knowledge. Through the knowledge. Versus. All things have retained onto life in Gaza this come through the knowledge. Is giving us all things team how we access those thing. Through the knowledge. That given. Everything, we need for life and godliness walk in the fullness of the power of God is already ours. So a lot of times I take issue with when people pray to. Got What he'll. Because he's really not going to guard, it's all done. They just have to receive it. It's not over about not any longer kidding 'em to give us something. He's already given. It is on the table we have to go up and just receive it. So it's about getting us into place. How do we do that? How do we get this thing? To Walk. In power. God. Century. Century were. You meditate were Dan. You will make your way prospers. that. You make your way prosperous and that you will have. Good success as you do all the truth there in the doing. The experience. Once Fisher, said, have you done the will of God? You'll know this God. After you read the bicycle young. Is Anybody that's GonNa Click. When it clicks is. Heart. It's hard. Not. So Things about truth. So. We have gains out there. Keenum of. Burden. And Jake right. And the whole lies in. Darkness most world is under the Pepsi. His spirit of hartness. Over relies. Dr. On me if you world worldly. Love you. Will the world in the spirit the world is saying. Love you when? Good Just Jesus Right. So. The question is. Is there and this looking at your life to tell? Can. Garth. And I hear. Is there enough evidence that you that you're. Lovejoy patients. Of these. Such line. And also the worship God because there's a formal Ghana. Yes. And no power buses stay away from scratch. Set a life of power out of you won't walk our calm. Here. So that you came. To wanted to tell you this, it's all about this similar by. God's. Jesus John. Where he six? That's right. Way. I am. The Truth And I. Know. By, me God kind of life which is quality of life that is supernatural and goes way beyond just the normal life is one of her she gets or again they're superman. How They're no longer just humanity. They're like ambush was the beginning right there. Men, women. Supernatural Holiday so We have to Kim notes one is based on. We talked about a fruit. One is based on such. Were Lies A holiday. It's black. And White. Is Not, a man. That he should. He. Alexis God cannot lie. And there's a few scriptures here and there from the Bible that you might think that has done that there's destructionists of God create evil. Or an excetera. But when you go into the original translation, it's not like you thought it was because there's a permissive density oldest and we don't have translated English. So. anyways moving on here. So we had shooting it lives. We know that. You're gonNA live, right? You want a kid you want to catch. Killer chickens or whatever. You don't just strove. voiced. Touch. Good good meat around. Very good in. Get the smell of it or Wherever well, the devil is all about since he's defeated. Now, this is what I tell people time and support for people here that. Jesus said. He's already strip. Girl dry his authority. Over. Humanity. But of course. You only wants it can take. Advantage of that. Is Believable. Dre only personally connected forty of this still million. Is Legal because. Anybody WHO's not? God Jesus as Savior and Lord. Is still under. Dread. Even Christians. Who? Jesus to be Lord. Where they're at the non word. Because they're not believing God's Word Austin Dental has. He comes to us with the suggestion. The Bible says and Joe. If you regard lying vanities. You, forsake your own mercy old. Covenant. We're advantage also sometimes. So the double could come and put on your by. The doctor could stay you got. This you can actually have something that comes on you that you're in pain. Or your finances get war your friends all disappear nor your family gets hit with something whatever happens. The person that walks by the Glock Kinda face no. This is what the word promises me and I don't care what you have tried to do say. I'm saying what God says, and you have to repay me some bull return. He's already does right? You have to get I call it. You have, to get nasty. With. You stand out on the grounds, stand on the Bible and say, no. I'm sorry but this doesn't belong to me this in Christ has redeemed me glacier street thirteen, fourteen, twenty, nine. Being me Kirk. From the CURSOR logon access thirty one cents. I believe I'm allergic described. My House will be. A. Generational line. I refused them. Looks like. They're playing right now or wherever more been. Yeah. What I see my is. Not GonNa. Move. In Jesus name I can get, I, say, even though they're out from underneath, that can stay on the word. And whether they get sick while on here or not much they're going to be saving your vital. For. Do My feet in my heart, my life in and say. Everybody else thinks we're in Virginia we're not going anywhere but on the word. You don't owning times in my life so I started in the nineteen eighty and I've gone through everything good bad ugly and. We've had the denigrates people healed of everything I've also gone through divorce. Not Supposed to happen, right? Gone through all kinds of stuff. Much in my own. Cost Nestle the hills can't blame anybody except me there's going to be. Right. So but have the word, and if we should not walk with the word. Often, we read the benefit of war the bad side. Because the word promises life. We don't do the word wherever last right now the not. Only. The doer were. So this thing about Ellison's this a people they'll come to church. They will say the word on Shell, they have a personal crisis. Then, they want do with the word says. Now, go seek out the doctor. They'll see this is going to do this go do that whatever. I I. I've had Walter My. Ministry that. Chose not to go to the doctor. Not Not to do that, but they got some all the word they wanted to stand. They stood right through the got worse and worse almost to the door de sometimes and then gone. Over and over. But that doesn't work. Unless they satcher in the word. The word self will drive out he sent his word. And healed up you. It is the word living were kind of the rain award and Were the. The Raymond is when all of sudden life goes on you understand you comprehended deeper than what you could in the natural. You become. Another person is like you through believe in God for your eyesight. If you saturated, we're all the sudden just I can tell you. It, tastes you. And you're like another man. You're walking outside yourself. Doesn't matter what the natural saying you have drops down your heart to the degree that. It's it's not like you're trying to make it happen the Bible says. On the serving of the Lord must not. Strive. But then it also says strive. Command. Terror the rest will faith is rest. is when you're so saturated with word. Doesn't matter what? I've got. I got. Hell or high water. I got where I worked biting. You was right. Right if you ask anything according to. mind. Will. Show five for ten fifteen. Word in my will. I. How do we know that Scott? Will his? Kaset from his work. If, you ask the anything according to my word or my will. I heard you. And if you know I heard. You. Excellent according to his promise. Then, you have the thing you desire. To fight the good faith which is. Now live natural. You stare you know there's a problem you whatever you just stay home. By strikes on you. And then you act out which we do if you will. To Walk By. The, righteous will walk by. A. Couple more things only give you talk. About Truth. John. Fourteen six I have the way. Else. Only that lines up with. The word of God. Two or three times you have to I can't make doctrine, right but everything be established in two or three. Is. This also something written down our structure. Mistakes. They recorded. Everything must be established mouth in two or three witnesses. So if you can find some saying the same thing or three times that's Bible. If it's. If you can't. then. It's doctors of devils. Taking something interesting. John Seventeen, seventeen says. Your word is. True. True, that's why. As lie. Pay John Sixteen thirteen talks about. Holy Spirit of. Truth. Her they operate. The truth though is this. It doesn't matter why reveal. Your feelings to you. It doesn't matter what you see. It's changeable. You could change something. You know Maryland Hickey she confessed for a year and a half her teeth were white. And, she had some kind of sickness that will allow all of that. And they turned way. Every day she said, thank you Lord my wife. Timothy. To fifteen. It says. Study. Study. White. It's not something else. Not something else that gives you. Wouldn't work read nothing but the vibe. Thank the an twenty three. Good reason that. He knew something. He. Only fifteen minutes go by between I can read something. But. Boxes Rightly dividing. Where the word of. Truth. Thing is about. Worker against the truth? Yeah It's about a warfare against the shrew, the Bible. That thing it's true year and I will be judged out of this thing. If we don't judge ourselves, we will be judged by this. Forum this is what the opening. What's My words my words right John One. Fourteen The we're. What happened his word became? Flesh. Out. Of. Human Flesh Body. And dwell among us in the beginning was. Word and the. Word. The word. What's going? Right. com. The word came something we could see. Manifest in the natural. So We're became flesh. and. The Bible says he was will if gracious and. Visually. gration truth. came. My bosses, but grace and truth came by Jesus. Rationing came. So. Being Okay, so Johnny. We already went over that wanted to. If you want out. Of that If. You can change this. Into believers. If you. Intended what's continued? Gone. They'll stop you continue in. Anything else. Not In. Higgins school that rail. God told him sooner naturally start for cool. Rebel. So start. Really school eating. Young School and certainly started. But. Then it started to turn into a prayer and counseling center and the Lord was angry with. Said I didn't tell you do a constantly center I should current healing. Is My were telling my word. Argue really. Just tell the word preach. The good news, the words. were. We're. We're about. Unto Salvation that will translate men. But I remember a WHO is homosexual who metropolitian church may many years ago you said I thought that they had to find out what was wrong with me so that they could work with me in fix me. If, I could be fixed. He said I found out it wasn't it was I just need to get onto the word that were. Hanging shared. One of his first churches I've shared so many times by it's is so good. He started in his first church and he wanted to help the. Mess. Was Churchill's really messed that he took over. So he decided he was going to have delivered services so. Get free. So he did you have to look services he said we had every kind of manifestation. Swing from. Chandeliers. People work every thing we said about what the fields with them. And they get free in those meetings. Yeah. So he said. Three or four weeks on. It's well, what am I going to do about this because it's not help grab. So. He decided he would get lucys. So he did the same thing again had speeding style and they all say people came same people got freeze all these other stations. Then he went what fears with they're all set. So, then he decided. To help these people so few we. Get pushers. Same thing happened. Come. The demons coming out. and. To this today because I kept devils on my life. But I'm sick. Over over on the handle. Battery. Because they refuse to. Come word really the FLASH NOT ADELE I'M ON. You, know. That's where I like to slap. And I found description for slapping. Yeah. That's we saw. STRIEBER SON in. In. The translation. Lured. And You're my pride and he'll slap them in the face. Father like son. So. Walls you. No before. Sick and tired of up. Over and over and? Drilling. Spirit. There's a different flesh and spirit. You can't cash out the flesh. So Stop Ryan when you go to all food. Cowards or Work. So. Anyhow Is there that? Show. What happened was He went to the Lord bashing three as I said, the problem with you is. Your tried to do. All my work. Teach. My word. And he began it wasn't teach. You GotTa teach Orton everyone best right now and say straighten out for years to come because the word of God, if we if we studied, it says it's the word. Power. Now, they're just cash devil. But. They're they're really fueled between compared to. Just. Word. There's already. A. Lot of stuff is not correct. So. Eight Johnathan. Might work. then. then. You'll know the truth. As you continue in my word. You. Can Give me a worker. shes. Vo. Well. heartbreaking. Not, be held. So take. Off Your is Audrey. Profitable. For Doctrine. and. God may be. For Good. Shush. This my paraphrase. Ready. Yeah. But it's the word that all parts of the armor. Yeah, they're all work the sort of the spirits word of God, right? Yeah. How many Asians were going in? Your mind threat. Right. The Bush breastplate rice is rice is blazing. Makes them annoying who you are in Christ because all revelation tells you who are out right right. Your lungs are power with. The word. Your Fear Shot with the Gospel. And trading always? Heiress yes in the spirit you. Touch. Something, you don't understand that but by what is it that whole pray with those spirit Language you know. promos spiritus. So. So senator the version three eighteen. Lot In word or she each With, words. But in. The. Of over and our God and Truth and the Kingdom of God is true. It's true. It's true. It's. And I look at a political scene national all this. How can somebody I think? How can there be to people who are so sure that what they're saying and it's so diametrically opposed to the opposite and other Spanish, the backup a non faxed the backup and Ongoing. Well sickness the author of a run. Show what black now? Yeah. So black and white. You were serving the Kingdom of God resurgence Saints Game. You know and of course the godless world. As Lie. Is. Is those. Right or who were shaved we have been. told me to see. HOW BE True there not we're saturate. War and oftentimes they're not spirit hill. Difference. Say a person looks almost like they're sterile. Until. Their spirit. Muscles. Like they're just. Maggie bones. So. the Bible Search. Out and worse before. Truth. So I'm just. Quote subscriptions to. Had Fishes for fifteen. Speaking and speaking the truth in. Taking the truth. Whether they like it, don't let through on the Truth About Hell. My Buddy on hell we don't care which thought to help you know. What. I'm. Sure. She's there L. Yes. House. It's not lease anguish go. You know. We're this my prices I know better. Slap them. Because you we did get a hold of them and say hey. You're somewhere that. Changed Things for control somebody. Sometimes just get somebody's telling the truth, my Bill Henderson part of power team. You know when he first got saved. Throw the. Listen to me. I said. What upset he? You. Because God gave. God. Ever be a fight so he didn't have any stays we need speak the truth people because we don't is trivial will set them free. If you continue in my word, you know the Truth and truth will. Bring. You so if you should. Be Nice to people. Wave. Telling the truth. Because one. Is True Right. Romans one point five. Tells us they exchange the truth of God for. Exchange the. True. This whole thing about the line. I saying the other day. I was thinking. What people I've always. said. Something about demonic and demons as quickly is their attention. You know. I was thinking. How would you like if you found? A. Liar. Either time is ally. How'd you? Because they know they're blind they're buying is you're blinded. Says In one translation. One sixty s longest. Shetlands lyell. Once. She says the some of your word is true. I saw macy's eleven and Walk in. Your true. Well, everybody has their own troop. No, you either have each year in launch. Your truth is a lie. It's. Right. Or not is so. We're not helping them by name we're. Not, not, telling them the truth we need to tell the truth. Landry, you tell the truth because they want men love. And they avoid the true lesson. Mr GonNa die, and go to hell and we didn't say anything right and gossip. We know somebody and we say sometime. They understand us. So we to get bolder. Customers. Love says I care enough about you tell you the truth when you don't WanNa hear it right right and so James Eighteen. He. Fourth The All their believer he brought us forth by the word of truth. That's how we say. We can say by hearing words. Wohlers. The word of as. We're. Originally one. Talk but the truth is in Jesus. and He. I and John Enforcers we must worship the Lord in. then. In true. China. Shut. Him Up in the air. Prophet guest. Home. Of. A convention. Center. Instead, learn year. In the Convention Center Convention of take place three weeks. and. He was showing going on me those people dancing in front of the church. almost like swear. Their raining brass. Gold. Right, and there was a time in the same what there watching and they all clap but it was out of were. Disrupting the spirit of God instead of. was. On the board you know and the. Digi L. Place except for months in the Old Testament where I said. He said that disrupted his spirit in they perceive spirit from try to. He said. We don't want to bring brass of golden the presence of God because so today people and always have people that do their own thinking. Well, I'll just bring on my way. Yeah but but it was good enough. And he got upset, right he knew the way to. Rebel, he didn't want you the right thing. Right. So we WANNA make sure. God says not because of legality works. Liyel he love. Guys Lille. Along time ago is. I don't want to spend meals. Much work. So that can be helped. I don't WANNA try out my theory my idea my this that was say, what? Where's the word say? Can you buying something that agrees with that in the word if not, where did you get what you say? You know, why do we go down that happen? It's just a waste of time you. Had the hardest time trying to get through the people that? Just refuse to do. Word they will do anything but to the word. They'll go get help from this I mean that I. I hear about people. Dr You guys. Go two psychologists for. One two, three, four, five, seven, ten years. Why in the world regarding? Why aren't you? Well Yeah. You don't kill Osborn in foreign countries chained to trees and they walkup telecasts. In their in their right mind. Yep. But they refuse to accept. We're. We we had. The. Dead in a mental hospital divers from us for forty five minutes. In Camera. Osso. And nineteen eighty. Two or three. and. The parents I would call. US. On a breathing machine. And he had a and they're pulling the plug that day. And they weren't believers. Parallel leaders son brother Kedar Church. So they said welcome wants to be ourselves if there's anything about like do. So much the place walked in. And machine brief that. So. Go this way. Against your home is. Everything of his body was going opposite way machine. And somehow the Compassionate by head. When I saw this national reactions us. But he was gone. There's no breeding. And having. The time the. Thing. And I just. Lord, you've ever answered prayer for me before inches. If this hidden A. which I really was. I said it that way. The Room. Down in the room they came in Charlottesville. After, we had just great commander. Back. I. and. Way. Back to the Mental Hospital 'cause he they she'll have him there. Now this was in a hospital. And had an mental hospital still. because. You know when people get a hold of you, they don't want to let you go in. Many times and. He ran up to Rodney Radmila I walked in the door I had a fire captain would never seen anything like this when we walked onto the property properties laid ramp to us before we got. Started tearing her hair out. Stream and jumping into. Law. Roberts. God. He's never been around. Before I. Well you know what hit a whole bunch that later? Just. Gone Yeah. Because God right. So anyways. So this boy. Now. He's back and he comes right up on me start. But A. was. US never this yeah. You know. Here Java had somebody. Catcher saying. They're not. Not Wash on my floor, they all die. At. See WanNA fight with me. As I said. This person. involved. He said, how dare you tell anybody? Just growls. When you you're not popular. Try. So the truth will set a street. So we gotta get full of. And you know what? We take the truth week and this part This part. Or? Off Clear. Calm men. Because we need. And God will over You become another person. When you walk in the word, you dare tells you. It's just. Another person. My Body. Huge. Here. Coming around me because of in the spirit who they Insert route. Manage -sarily. Share on. Your. On your. God. You're much greater and greater did. So you will from. God's true. And not back off. As We. True Them. something. Pretty sure reach the truth. Dry. Embrace a separation race. Sore. So Families separate servers that. Truth. laughing. Because the truth will go right into somebody grabs book. And it will hold onto them and it's almost as if there is A. Line on this end of it actual winch. Grain right to the true. Source which is. Just we're we. But he marries the same powers when he's So when we speak it as saying power saying that it was just brought Ryan wanted them right in. Your face and put it on Smith Lewis Worth. You don't story probably, but he stayed in a home one night. For three nights. Out Work. Because he had worked in A. State of the bed husband and wife wife State. With girls some other room. This is days. One they understand. And Ben was never able to go Lou Smith. As he had to work. And? He would be sleeping and so you get to go. So usually name watching down the path to leave. He's already done with his meetings and the wife says, what about my husband? He's not say. And Smith's done. Thought for a moment turn around said, don't change the sees. When you give the word On. Brother Copeland's at. One time. Somebody go and stop by what he was in a certain area and see somebody's ankle. Great. Uncle who was hard as nails wouldn't let anybody. Gospel, etc.. So he went to see this man. And a man came down with his cane. He's project guy. Came Down set down Portu- his house Cobham's there with him Copeland. Knew that got anything about a get league according to what you've been told. So he said the man said don't start to. Ask morning one he said if you confess with your about Jesus and leaving your heart God raising from the dead, you say by that time the majority of walking back, stary? The next two or three nights a certain. Confess with your mouth or she's leaving heart operation we say. To stay on the word. He's working. On the word. Juice off of it. Is. Word like a man stood in front of him. Colin said. Memo released I say. Will stand right from him will not let him go. Man. Good. Never. That's all about so Immune. We're? Power. Tell them the word, which is truth. Whether they. Don't like it. I think too often we ministers are too sweet with people in our congregations. So that we can. Actually but. I'm pretty sweet with people enough of this reason. I never cared about. Finances jerk huge. He's. Or if you don't. Be. Is Worse. But a lot of. Russell were. where? Should enter. That can't be a motive. MOTORCOACH GET BEHIND ADMINISTERED IT WILL Be Firing. New. Do Take Care. Loose. Truce say that none of this word. Whatever was forced to come to US tonight your. Closet to. Bounce, off the walls of our soul. Drive out anything that's not okay and cause us to get full of your word so that we can have greater faith. The greater faith. The God kind of say. Not, the the sky. Where we can just hear you say. And watching. It man. Fight fate is to believe with. Dogs. The Very first sin. was. Late. Would offset and that's are quite to believe the word. Then I wanted to also say. When you're talking about the. Go out just need pause. People need our was with God does he needs are are always moved enough and ran. and. That's what he did. He doesn't. People knew that if you think about it, it's true. He doesn't really need are opposed. To. I don't think. We could walk. There's a time. And place for every on A. Cloudy. Thoughts. The being substance. Four for. The show crisis birthday. Cry Christ painting. Of. The House I think we like you said made a comment of. Hobie next this is now. So. Stove who has. Become. Is. Totally. I think that's kind of talking about. Everything that we Shot L. Say. 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Equine Forum - September 19th 2020

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Equine Forum - September 19th 2020

"From the rail to your radio. This is the horse racing radio network. Thank. Sake Ball. Hot that Appears the. That's one. Coming to the poll in the Toyota. Brass Swiss skydiver. Fighting on art collector is right there art collector ahead and. A half linked to the good sixteenth poll art collector. Brian Hernandez junior to win the Toyota bluegrass. Welcome to the equine forum. Close the Lauren prompt with respect. Say. He's left. The others may behind it's changed the law he. Speaks. He's GonNa Happy. Feet there's devil strikes the front of the Gates Bowl Swiss crews trying hard, but she's still second dot today four mean it is. There's a double turning back Swiss. Come in and all the rest she'd there's the devil scores in the oaks. Now, here's Mike Peta. Below everyone good morning and welcome to the show that launched this network that is equal or by the horse racing. Radio Network. Mike Penn, apparent the backstretch back with you this morning across North America on Sirius to nineteen. Xm To a one on our affiliates in Lexington Louisville and across the country and coming to you digitally with our live streaming or podcasts at the show on our website at horse racing radio dot net. Bit of a chilly start to this Saturday morning here in the bluegrass temperatures hovering right around forty three degrees at the moment at eight am eastern. It is a cool start in it. With that feeling of fall in the air in the air, which by the way officially begins early next week it makes you think of the Breeders Cup, the Breeders Cup coming to Keeneland. November sixth and Seventh Forty, seven days sixteen hours fifty seven minutes away from the Breeders Cup. World Championships were only fourteen days away from the preakness stakes in Baltimore Maryland. Of course, we are going to have exclusive radio coverage of both of those events for you right here on H. R. N. You can head over to our website. Horse racing radio. Dot. Net to see complete preakness and Breeders Cup week broadcast schedule speaking of preakness. We'll get the Breeders Cup here in a minute, but speaking of breeders ca speaking of preakness. Several preakness hopefuls working this morning at Churchill downs art collector was on the track short time ago. Worked five furlongs fifty, nine point four zero he seems to be in good form at least in his morning work. After missing the Kentucky Derby thousand words. The horse that flipped in the paddock right before the Kentucky Derby Five furlongs one O, two, point four, zero. An authentic the Derby winner is set to go to the track at nine o'clock eastern for Bob Baffert this morning. So we'll get a chance to see him and see how he prepares in that final. Work. For the preakness. Stakes Tis. The. Law. Beaten favored in the Derby of course, the horse everybody had their eye on coming into the run for the roses. Will work early to mid next week according to owner Jack Knowlton after conversing with trainer Barclay Tag, he'll work early to mid next week, a decision will be made on the preakness. After that workout. So that catches you up on all the preakness news as we have it so far right up to date. In terms of Breeders Cup all is. No doubt will be focused on our friends north of the border at Woodbine. This entire weekend, you have three Breeders Cup challenge races that are GonNa take place over the course of the next two days. You have the great one. Woodbine. Mile. Today. Posted Five, thirty, nine eastern. That's win and you're in for the Breeders Cup Mile You had the Thomas Stakes and the summer stakes tomorrow the Natalia. A winning you're in for the juvenile fillies turf the summer. A winning your end for the juvenile turf division. I'm GonNa Talk to Woodbine Handicapper Jeff Brat coming up at nine forty eastern hill preview. All the stakes action coming up, it would by can't wait to catch up with him and toxin. Winning your inaction. The great one Belmont Oaks Invitational is also today that is not. A winning you're in for the Breeders Cup but wouldn't be surprised to see one or two of these phillies go onto the Breeders Cup. It's a short feel the five. There three zero phillies are GonNa, go a mile and a quarter. And because of the short field, it's going to be early. Keep that mind the Belmont Oaks invitatinal race five, three, Oh four eastern as the post. Magic, attitude. MAKES HER U S debut trainer. Arnaud Delacour. And figures divide for favoritism in that race with the bill trained Antoinette that should be a great showdown. Arnaud Delacour is going to be here nine twenty eastern time second half of the program to talk about magic attitude. And what he does with a horse that he gets. into his care for the very first time. Coming up to a grade one race. How do you do that? Now we'll talk to Arno later in the program. I'm going to start the show by looking ahead to the Churchill downs September meet which opened on Thursday. It runs through September twenty, seven, th the short meet leading into the Keelan meet which will open. On Friday October second. I'll talk with assisting assistant racing secretary in stakes coordinator Dan Bork. At Eight, fifteen this morning. After this first commercial break I'll get a chance to talk the Dan and look ahead to everything happening at Churchill downs over the next couple of weeks eight, thirty five. I'M GONNA welcome in a very popular. An extremely well known guest for what? May Be one of his final appearances on the show. This dates back to when I first started on radio nearly twenty years ago. That's the Godfather Tony Deanna from the Lexus door of Lexington and I say. that it may be one of his final appearances on the show because he has officially. Retired from the LEX store. And he's GonNa look back on. So many of the Great. Horse, people. That, he's had the opportunity to get to know during his decades of work at Lexus, the Godfather moniker that we bestowed upon Tony. Many many years ago. Has Stuck with them at. So many of our listeners have told me that they have gone to the lexus door of Lexington. And asked for the Godfather, we just WanNa meet the Godfather. and. That's pretty cool. So I'll get a chance to talk to Tony. Eight thirty, five, eastern time and finally. You may have read the news. About the fire. That consumed in pretty much gutted the grandstand it shuttered. Green Mountain Park in. Vermont. This past Wednesday. That fire took place forty four years almost to the day. After the final thoroughbred race was contested at the track. September twelfth of Nineteen Seventy six. You. Remember that that track. Then hosted greyhound racing after the thoroughbreds were done, they continued on Greyhound racing until the early nineteen nineties, but they remained vacant. Since that time I've driven by it. On many occasions being from that part of the country going back home I grew up twenty seven miles south. Upon oh Vermont in Pittsfield Massachusetts. So I remember Green Mountain very very well, of course, as I was growing up, it was pretty much all greyhounds. But he asked me, why is that a story barren? Why are we talking about that the track? Been Open since the nineteen nineties. Early nineties. And they haven't had thoroughbreds since nineteen, seventy six. Over. The nearly. Twenty years that I have been broadcasting horse racing radio I have met so many people who have spent time at tracks in that part of the country. Including Green. Mountain. You had the fair circuit in Massachusetts that was. Booming at one point. You also had Rockingham Park in southern New Hampshire. and. If you recall loose Smith, who was the owner of Rockingham Park. Founded Green Mountain and then started racing thoroughbreds there in nineteen, sixty, three in. For those of you who have never had the chance. To See. Green Mountain Park in its day one of the. Most Pristine. Racing venues that we had in the sport. Kind of nestled in those hills of Vermont. Mountains of Vermont it was special. In nineteen sixty eight green mountain became the first race track on the East Coast to host. Sunday racing. And then in nineteen seventy, three, four years after Lewis, Smith, had passed away the Rooney family a Pittsburgh steelers fame. Bought the track which soon became the first track in the country. To host thoroughbred standard bread, and Greyhound. Racing. It has its place. In thoroughbred racing history. And at nine o'clock eastern I'm going to visit with Michael blowing the founder of old friends. To. Look back on Green Mountain. Shearson his memories. He was there a lot when racing was taking place? And he always has amazing story. So I'm looking forward to that visit at nine o'clock eastern time this morning. So here's the guest line of Dan, bork eight fifteen. After our first break he'll talk about Churchill. Downs you have the Godfather Tony Out Diano from the Lexus store Michael Blown from old friends looking back on Green Mountain at nine o'clock are no. delacour. Looking ahead. To the Belmont Oaks invitational. And Jeff Brat from Woodbine at nine forty eastern time. To take a look at the big races north of the border coming up this weekend all the wind in your inaction and in between all of that our industry star of the week presented by Stuart. Morris we have our visit with four rows Bourbon and the folks there Brent Elliott, the master distiller you'll hear from him talking about the small batch select that they produce. At four roses. So all of that coming up. But. This is also. National talk like a pirate day and. For those of you who celebrate these types of days I thought, it would be fun to wind back the clock to June thirteenth two, thousand, twelve nobody. In the sport of thoroughbred racing. Could talk like a pirate like the incomparable Tom. Durkin. Outside here comes. Top of the stretch coming into the final furlong. Now in between nurses crafty CJ with an era lead our continues to fight on the outside. It's good to be king and blazing. And then finally back let allies guy they're coming down to the finish and it's our. A. Little Wise. Guy. was second in blazing Louis there. Maybe the best part of that call forget about the ours they were spectacular but The way he paused after our cross the finish. Line. And then just took it back normally to the other horses that were second and third. Only Tom Durkin could pull that off and it was. Getting. Ready for the show and I realized it was national talk like a pirate day as that I have to pull up that call Tom Durkin June thirteenth two thousand, twelve one of the great. Fun Time Durkan calls of all time. No doubt about it. So that leads me to the poll question before I get to this first mercer break what is your favorite National Day to celebrate? I'll give you a few choices. These are my here. He got here are three of the ones I like. You have talk like a pirate day. Burger Day who doesn't like Burger Day. And My choice in here. Day. Those are the three, and then of course, the fourth category is other Gore twitter feed at H. R. N. Cast Your Vote. Now an update the poll question what is your favorite National Day to celebrate? Talk like a pirate day. Burger Day red wine day or other, and if you choose other, let me know let me know whether what other day you like to celebrate. It seems like we have a day for everything now. So let's have a little fun with that poll question this morning when I come back Dan bork assistant racing secretary of stakes coordinator Churchill downs looks ahead to the September meet. That's next on. Equine Forum on. H. R. N.. 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You're listening to the Equine Forum on the Horse Racing Radio Network but aperture looms on the outside and here comes temperature. Now putting in a bid up and a second about the take the lead, even my orcas coming on from fern he comes up on the fire outside and his top of the stretch now and cafeterias in front of Jackson hanging tough toward the rail from my arcus. Kinda get by shifting outside or to make up on Capitol one for on less comes before my wife got trying to run down taffer. Pigs. Don T Turkey rail. Has Been By a world back down and temperature dead. Pitcher the winter even though it was second half tracks was third and midnight trauma is for. Travel Stone with the call, the two, thousand, fifteen running heavy act act stakes capture getting the victory for hall of fame trainer, Steve Asmussen who by the way. is also the all time leading trainer at Churchill downs he earned that title. Earlier. Over the summer and t will no doubt be pointing for this year's ack-ack I'm sure with the. From that unbelievable barn that he has that the September meat is in full swing a kicked off on Thursday and we'll run through next Sunday. The AC will be run next Saturday. That is the lone remaining stakes race that Churchill has on the docket for the September meet, and then we'll segue into keeneland and then of course, right back to Churchill downs in November, and I'm joined now by Assistant Racing Secretary and stakes coordinator Dan Bork at Churchill downs, Dan Good Morning. Morning Mike, how are you today? I'm good. My friend did. Bit Chilly here in the Bluegrass but the horse's like it i. saw several preakness hopefuls on the track this morning at Churchill Yeah I think we're getting ready to watch the Derby winner head out here in a few minutes if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, you know let let's start there for a minute Dan and just share your thoughts on what we saw on Derby. Day, it was look I mean everything is different this year and It was challenging in some respects but you know Churchill put everything together pulled it off beautifully and I think in terms of the wagering and what we saw with the racing action in that card things taint things came together pretty damn well. Yeah, there's no question that came together very well all things considered. You know what's been going on. in racing this year with covert and all that I just think it was turned out to be some great great races. With all things considered I, think the Horseman Senior stepped up and supported it and. you know it's not ideal. It's not what we wanted to do but in the end that looks like it's turned out pretty good. Yeah, we're still racing. We're still in business for still giving out purse money. All of those things are very positive even if we can't have fans in attendance yet and have that handle on track and all those types of things that go along with it it least we're still in business, right? Yeah. That's you're right. Absolutely I mean I'll tell you one thing it was very odd being here on Derby Day in September and then obviously no one here standing in the panic or sending out on the you know the rail watching the Derby and there's look up in the sand and there's nobody. That wasn't wasn't pleasant, but it was it the other side at least we were doing it like you said, people were watching at home and we're still running and. Giving out great person money and you know. Doing thing we like to do. Yeah the purse money here in the September meet albeit a very short meet that only runs as I mentioned through next Sunday. September. Twenty seventh. The purse money is rock solid. You have maiden special weight races going for what seventy, five thousand dollar purses and then the allowance races or strong too. Yeah we're averaging Post Derby over four hundred and fifty thousand a day so. Somewhere in the range of four and a half million dollars, we're going to give away post there be. obviously pre derby. We we stepped it up a little bit when the big steak schedule, eighteen stake races and. You know almost ten million dollars in purses or state purses alone so We we did ramp up Derby Week, and we have the one lone steak left the the AC which she offered the prepped for the breeders got my own. And see what comes out of that the winner is GonNa. So we've got a lot to look forward to the rest of this meeting and obviously coming up till November and Breeders, Cup. So I think the Bluegrass is going to be good place to be here for the next few months. Yeah. There's no doubt about it when I look the September meat is a little bit of acquire to meet especially this year coming on the heels of the Derby which was rescheduled for early. September and then. Looking ahead to Keeneland, and then up the road. November as you just mentioned to Dan when you're approaching a meat like this, especially in this year with all the conditions that were facing. The, how how do you have to change your approach in there in the racing office and when you're hustling horses into the act when you're trying to get horses into the races day in and day out? Is it a different challenge that you're facing this year? Well for sure this year with the way the September Michel I mean the September thinks built fairly new here. So that's and it's been going well, it's been getting stronger and stronger every year this year. It's been a little different you know with covert and then the dates moving around with their be week and you know LS giving up. Derby that Labor Day weekend, and then obviously you got Kentucky downs in the next two. So they're coming off a great meet there. So I think just a lot of people. On all as have been focusing in on Kentucky so. It's all turning out to be good I. mean the main goal is we get a Lotta horses here. We got people looking at Kentucky and you know that's what we're trying to do. So it's it's working, and that's hopefully we'll build on that and keep going strong for an extra. Yeah you heard me welcome you into the show here today with that call of the two thousand fifteen ACA capture winning Steve Asmussen. He's tied with Barbie Barnett Bill Ma and Paul Magee with two wins in that race is he planning to saddle anything in this year's act you know? That's a good question. He's got several nominated. He's got bank. It has got Simon. He's got a few I'm not sure exactly which one is going to be running it but I'm planning on having something in there and I think it's GonNa be a really great race but in Wilkes Bourbon calling. Brad's plan on running warriors charge you got Mr Money most seeped Arrojo one last year. Last year's Aker maybe the Lucas Classic. Think he went last year so he'll be bad. So yeah, I think it's going to be a great great. Yeah. You know the timing of that race is interesting too it Kinda if fits if you're you're right before all the big Breeders Cup prep races coming up at keeneland in Belmont and around the country the following weekend. But for those who are thinking, okay, we don't want to take on the big boys necessarily yet. This is A. This is a perfect spot for them and you're looking ahead to the Breeders Cup. Dirt. Mile. As you said, this is a great prep race for that I think if you're if you're looking for a spot to run your horse to prep for that particular race in the Breeders Cup, it just fits perfectly. Doesn't it? Yeah, and that's what they're for. It's not a great one. It's not a great to it's a it's a salad grade three. And you know that's the caliber voices we get in there, and there may be somebody jumps up and stands out, and then obviously looks forward to going to the Breeders Cup So it's it's served well, the last few years as that and You know this you're normally we run the Lucas classic the same time you know the money but this year we didn't. We just left it with the the AC and obviously randy I she but last weekend so or two weeks ago. Yeah you look at the names of some of the horses that have won the ack-ack in recent years there's some pretty big names you have seeking the sole Tom's radio I mentioned Tapa -ture pants on fire won the race in two thousand thirteen. There have been some really good horses to come through that race. Yeah and I. Would expect the same this year as well. So like I said, it's it's got got thirty nine horses nominated to it and. I'm hoping we get a full field in there and it looks like we will. Act Again, next Saturday racing wrapping up on. Sunday. At Churchill for the September meet Dan just take a quick second here before i. Let you go and look ahead to the November meet just some of the stakes that will see their I know the Clark is obviously the big one but that's a huge day of racing to. There's there's a lot of big stakes races coming up at Churchill in November. Oh for sure I, mean. In November, we've got the you know the river city, great three, the car no the false said city. Obviously the two year old weekend. The falls are the stars of tomorrow with the Jockey Club and the Goldenrod towards the end of meat, and then of course, the great one, Clark. and we'll be putting that stakes out here. Probably today we're just finalizing that and we should have air conditioning book out here soon for that too so Yeah, November meet. Another one looking forward to that too so. It would be very nice to have a a normal a normal meet in terms of the dates to own it. Yeah Well Yeah I'm decides that. The Breeders Cup Ra back and forth there for one week. Yet you know it's a little odd with with the dates. Start here on the twenty fifth and twenty eight we finished and then go to the keeneland from sorry. The fifth we finished, and then we run keeneland Breeders Cup weekend sixth and seventh, and then back here to finish out the rest of November. Does that help the when the Breeders Cup is in Kentucky whether it's at Churchill or keeneland that horses after they run in the Breeders Cup will stick around and stay in states I don't travel back and forth especially this year with all of the the Cova concerns they can stay here and then they can run at Churchill in November just seems tailor-made doesn't it? Yeah I mean that's that's our ideas to try to get a couple of horses from the Breeders Cup of point towards the the Clark. So as the end of the meat. And the false city as well. So. It's a little short but. We keep them here. At, least they're closer here than it would be if they've running somewhere else. Makes, does make it easier? Talking with Dan Board, the assistant racing secretary stakes coordinator at Churchill downs, Dan our poll question this morning I'm GonNa put you on the spot. It is national talk like a pirate day. So I asked people, what is your favorite National Day to celebrate, and here's a few choices. Talk like a pirate day. Burger Day red wine day or other. So if you had to pick your favorite national day to celebrate what stand BORK GONNA PICK A. Burger Day. That's no brainer. Yeah. Who doesn't like Brian Day Right I. Guess Pizza Day with a good one to. Pizza, we'll take that. Actually. Well. It's a little early for wind day, but I'll maybe take that too. Yeah. There you go. We'll take. I should have put that on their burger and we can combine the two they go well together. Yeah and it's still bearing their to. We can go. Yeah this this could be fun Dan Bork with me here on hr Dan listen appreciate it my friend and enjoy the September meet I'll look forward to hopefully getting a chance to see in person at Keeneland Come on over. Right. Bud. Thank you my. Dan Bork here. H. Yeah. Why not? Burger Day in red wine day together. I don't know if I've ever seen a mixed together but. Why not that'd be a? Pizza Day in red wine day. Anything but. Like chicken. Right. Or maybe. Fish. Anything other than that would red wine. Nine people that have red wine with anything it doesn't really matter but Yeah good stuff from Dan. Bork and that meet again running through next Sunday. my wife actually pointed out during that last commercial break my beautiful wife Michelle that because it's national talk like a pirate day I should refer to H.. R. R. N. and do it in that fashion throughout the entire show but Now maybe we'll see it is time for your lexus legends of the turf brought to you every Saturday by the lex store of Lexington When I come back, I will visit with the Godfather Tony Danno from the Lexus store. That's next right after your Alexis legends of the turf nine horses answered the call to post in early May of nineteen, Fifty, seven, four, the running of the singular most famous race in America. The Kentucky Derby the drama had unfolded in part on the early morning hours on that Saturday on Churchill's backstretch at seven in the morning when candyman firms General Duke. Stood blanketed in the Isle of Barn Fifteen While Veterinarian Alex Harthill and trainer Jimmy Jones listed as lifted his left foreleg to examine area which had been the subject of speculation and concern. Since he'd come back from a second place finish to Federal Hill and the Derby trial, the previous Tuesday a little bit sore. The final call was up to Jones and even though it was only a bruise, it was pretty sore general duke had blown out a quarter in twenty four that morning and show nothing toward in his movement in that outing but he limped ever so slightly while being cooled ow. Ten in the morning, the decision was made Dan, General? Duke. Would not go posted this day in the run for the roses and the field were bold ruler Indian Creek Gallon Man Federal Hill. Better Be Shan. Pec Roundtable Iron Legion Mr Jive. It was a chilly day in the Rubber City of Louisville, the temperature hovering in the forties and that gave cost to the holding down of both the crowd and the mutual handle. Bold ruler was a sixty five time favorite with both gala Manon Roundtable highly regarded this challengers with general duke out of the race. The other half of the county met Entry Iron Liege was far less regarded. And was eight to one post time starter Jim Thomson got to feel the way the one excellent start Federal Hill trying to give. Louisville its first hometown, Winstons Old Rosebud in nineteen fourteen quickly stepped to the front as expected down the long straight and Enrique the hallowed twin spires past the Sandal the time it was federal. Hill bold ruler Iron Legion round table. In that order on around the turn, they maintain the same positions where the first top going and forty-seven flap down the backside both the front running Federal Hill and bowl ruler drifted out a little bit that left just enough room down along the fence let the Wiley Bill. Send Iron Liege along with a hop link of the lead. The first six panels have been covered in one eleven to as they approached the far turn Federal Hill scientists back in toward the rail in heart tech fearing he would be shut off took up a little bit and decided to go hunting around the front runner was Federal Hill by three parts of iron. Lesion bold ruler. As they hit top of the stretch, our tech had utilized another Poi- about crafty rain Zeman by using both Federal Hill and bowl ruler as a windbreak or part of. The run down the backstretch and there was a stiff breeze blowing down the backside add in. So doing it saved as much of his horse as he possibly could midway through the turn hardback, turned his mouth up a notch and that brought him up abreast of Federal Hilas to match strides on down to the three sixteen poll Iron Liege game bit by bit and a half length lead at the eighth pole. But Bill Shoemaker had gallon men going full throttle and he was eating up ground with every stride on the outside. He was not only a hop link. Behind Federal Hill, and unlike behind the leader Iron Liege, he had been seventh after hop some thirteen links out of it. It goes to fifth just fiber optic leader Federal Hill. It's a quarter pole and was picking them up and Langham down passing sources just inside the eighth pole he passed Federal Hill and took dead aim at iron, Liege with roundtable out bird at the sixteen Paul Gallen men had shoved his nose in front of iron, Liege and appeared to be an absolutely certain winter. Wait just one minute shoemakers stood up in the irons mistaking the finish. Line that momentary lapse cost him the victory by long nose as recovered to get back in full stride too late iron liege, the second-stringer heart technology the first of his eventual six derby scores and catch at racking up at six. Derby winner at upset the dope it was memorable for a couple of reasons first of all the absence of General Duke and more importantly the miscalculation of shoemaker who stood up a sixteen too soon and may nineteen fifty seven in the Kentucky Derby most memorable moment in thoroughbred racing and in its own way a great moment in racing. Visionary. design. This role performance and imaginary technology that's Lexus when every detail every moment at every emotion is crafted by Lexus, it leads to amazing experience artistry than Inspires, design that compels and engineering that excites. 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Welcome back everybody Mike. Pennant, Berna, the Backstretch, the Godfather Ladies and gentlemen for what may be one of his final appearances here on the equine. Forum. Tony this relationship goes back about twenty years. Now, when I first started on radio, we walked in to the Lexus store of Lexington Myself and my late mentor. Pete coolest. We sat down with you in the office at the former location of the Lexus tour which was on Nicholasville road. And right away we hit it off. We spent more than an hour talking about horse racing and it's been a relationship. I love unbelievable have to tell you. This is called what talk like a New York, Italian Belmont Right. So you WANNA. Yeah. How New York Italians talk at Beaumont and it walking around they looking at a horse they're looking at the beautiful women and all of a sudden you is something like this. Yeah. Hey, my own. Can You? Tell you it. Let me tell you Tony. You have what was how long I mentioned this the top the show. Let me reiterate you have just announced your official retirement from the Lexus tour of Lexington, and you did that night end of August the end of holiday. How long were you there? Nineteen years. I said it was nearly two decades about right. So when I walked in your office, you had just Nineteen years and I figured well listen. I just turned eighty you know I. Don't know if I'M GONNA. Make Eighty one but I feel pretty good. Let's see what happens but the way the world is going right I gotTA. Tell You I think I'll be talking with Adam pretty soon. We'll. There are so many unbelievable people in the horse business. So many people that have come up to me over the years over the past twenty years now and said, Hey, listen I have to go meet the Godfather I had can you put me in touch with the Godfather at Lexus and how many times do people walk through the doors there and say, Can I talk to the Godfather Oh? Especially when I And you know my poor receptionist she look at me and she's Tony can't talk to you is what? Lady just called came in and said. I have to speak to the Godfather. So. What's wrong with that? Because WHO's the guide for you're talking to the Godfather right here where is she pointed out? Yeah Yeah. I mean, it was hysterical but the people here in this town I mean I I love Lexington Kentucky and you know I love the people in the Horse Business I mean you you. You just find a different breed of human being and People that work in the business or people that go to the tracks on a regular basis. There's something. Mystical about the racetrack. And the farms and there's something mystical about it 'cause you're working with the horse. And the Horse can communicate with you they really. Can I know a lot of people who don't know the business? Don't know stock. They think I'm going crazy. Well, two-thirds crazy but. They they really do and You know when they see you come in in the morning and you might have a little piece of an apple for them. Something they they. They love you I, mean they start talking to. Sounds Great. Yeah. Well, and and people were a member that we've talked about this on the show many times godfather that you're a horse person first and foremost in. So many of the people at the lex store is still to this day I mean there are people that support horse racing I talked about the keeneland shop at the Lexus store the Lexus Raven run at Keeneland LEXA sponsors every fall Right? You know it's something that it's passionate to you at a deeper level than just trying to sell cars. Well. My Mikey is probably the closest and He's no longer with us But. Other than that. Isn't that too many people you know it again it's an interesting industry. It really is they they love the people they love the horsemen and and and the Horse people that come in 'cause they're they're easy to deal with You know they don't they don't WanNa be wined and dined and whatever. But that's what we do. We wine and dine people okay and I mean it's it's just like you're you're you're not in a claiming race when you come into the Lexus store. You're in a stakes race so And it's the Lexus Raven run stakes. And putting together with Nick Nicholson was. One of the great thrills in my life it really and truly was and. I just love it. I love the people love the animal You know you. So, many people to lose money you lose money doing anything. You could use have a chance of winning money do. and start thinking like a winner not thinking like a loser. Yep But. You had some horses in your day that were. Pretty. Darn. Good to see. You know not like great one level, but you had some really nice horses in you battled through some. And the game just been. Guys like you and and coolest I mean. You guys were class. act. The first time I laid my eyes on you. I mean, you coolest was unbelievable but you know him, I mean, God rest his soul. Their stories were unbelievable whenever we talk about New York. He would talk about Hugh, gardens? Now. For people who don't know much about New York. Q. Gardens. was where all the? Great looking stewardesses. Always had a you know that's where they they had They bet it down for the night. You know they had ruin layovers. Yeah. So when he I don't about you gardens and great bars, great bars. So you and in those days. Stewardess was like a showgirl. I mean they were beautiful. Absolutely. Beautiful. SORTA slipped you know. Right now. But well, you know. What? One Thing Godfather that that you and I talked about all the time and every time I come in and see you at the Lexus door for visitor was you tell me about the people that you had the chance to meet people like for example Ken Ramsey right who who would come in and he was Alexis owner Chris McCarron right. Also came I remember talking to Chris and and he would commit and see you. Tell me about some of those people that came into the Lexus store that you had the chance to get to know in the horse business. we we we had so many guys I mean because you know it was interesting when I first started with them. I spoke to at that time was not Nick Nicholson. run MacAulay. was with us and I said to him you know so. How how do you guys do with with the Horse people on the track and the arms and? Well, we don't do anything with them at all. It's why. Actually you know this is the the horse capital of the world, the world. I mean. Piece of what do you want to do? I said, let me take a car go visit some of the farms and you know one day one day they're going to the track in the morning. And you know I hated to the horsemen. Tough way of making a living folks really, and truly is and I appreciate their effort because it's not an eight hour day job to your trainer or or groom more or you work on a farm it's how ever long it's good to take. That's what it is. And you better make sure 'cause these are worth a lot of money and you have a lot of. Very, very well to do people that have invested heavily into these animals so You take care of that, and then we started getting People in. And it was. It was great. So. So If you had any questions about horses goal that Guy Tony up over read Lexus. But I don't think he's going to give you a customer or anything I. Anybody Go with a an inferior product. I mean, yeah. I in the by or develop the the best racehorse in the world. Well, I'm giving you an opportunity to drive the car in the world. That simple. Yeah. Mike, you drive driving one and you know and you've been one for years. Of Yours, it's it's spectacular and you know you and I have had this conversation I've talked about Lexus on the show for many many years I hope to continue to talk about Lexus, because the product is second to none but you know we always say in those commercials, Tony that the people make the difference and they do now the. Way. Yeah in the ties to the horse business, make it even stronger for people here on the Bluegrass and Tell. Me about the keeneland shop that's at the Lexus store how how did that come about? All the the the Qinglin shop. Yeah. Well when I put the race together. And we were building that building at that time. name was coming. WAS IT It was Nick Nick. Nicholson Nick Nicholson. Yeah. He was coming in and he says, you know this what are you gonNa put in that area you know the pipes were coming down everything we've built from scratch that'll stop. So I said I. Think. You know the owners want to put in a coffee shop over here. I actually think that would be the nicest what what's The wall 'cause I don't know I guess we'll try to get some somebody to come in whatever. Saying since Well. How `bout the? gained. He may have keenly. I. Love Qinglin you gotTa be kidding me, what do you mean? What do you want to? Happen of we come in there and we pay rent. You know we'll have a keeneland store. Said let me talk to Rick I can't say why we wouldn't want to do it. And that's how it came about and we're the only keeneland store that's off of the The reservation put it that way. And it's been. It's been great because we get a lot of older people that are flying back and forth or whatever, and if they're sitting there and they're going to the keeneland store and they'll buy some stuff with the grandchildren or something for their children whatever you know. I mean. So it's all. Product identification and. All keeneland, and again, if it's you buy something from the store, you know it's quality. Again, it's about the people, right? Yep. Yeah. The people the quality of the product it all ties together with with Tony Alexa the store in the Godfather and Doni I gotta get to a commercial break in a minute. I just want to tell you that I wanNA. Thank you publicly for everything that you have done for me personally from Michelle, and for this particular program this network it's been a wonderful relationship and again I hope it continues. For many many years but I think personally because. When you climb the trees, which is shotgun be careful. Don't fall out. Okay. All right. I'll see you on these things I'll do my best side at that. I will do my best friend. It'd be. Godfather. Thank you for everything. Thank you for taking a little time here. This morning to look back on that wonderful career Lexus and enjoy a retirement my friend. Many many heavy. Thank you. Thank you. Right God, bless the the Godfather Tony out the Ano and yeah when I when I tell you. Every single week in their commercials that it's about the people that the people make the difference in you heard Tony Talk, about the quality of the product with with Lexus. Vehicles. He's one hundred percent right but the people are what set it apart you know he he referred to it as not being a claiming race. When you walk in there you're in you're in a grade one you're in a stakes race when you walk in that Alexa store of Lexington I love the way he put that and he'll be missed no doubt of you have come up to me over the years and said, hey, how do I can you introduce me to the Godfather? How do I go see the Godfather? Well, he'll be missed but he'll still be around in the we wish all the best in that retirement. Great stuff. All right. Still. The Common GonNa visit with Michael, blowing from old friends will join me to kick off the second half of the show. 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You're listening to the Equine Forum on the Horse Racing Radio Network three quarters of one, twelve three and a closed in, and now they're passing north Broadway, here's call me love their starship jubilee and on the outside it is sister Charlie as the field comes down for the eightfold on the inside call me on the outside it is starship jubilee starship jubilee now takes the lead from Call Me Love Charlie is third they come for the in the Boston spa at it's got day starship jubilee win it by a head call me Love was second sister Charlie finish third the time was one, forty, one and three. Welcome back to the Boreham on H.. R. In. National talk like a Pirate Day h par are and Mike Pence Berna the backstretch. And that was John Embryo with the call of the starship jubilee victory in the Boston spa back on. July twenty fifth of this year. Later today, she'll take on the boys in the grade one woodbine mile a winning your end for the Breeders Cup Mile Division that takes place north of the border at Woodbine in Toronto. It is part of a weekend that includes three Breeders Cup challenge races. You haven't had an atomic and the summer stakes tomorrow and post time for the Woodbine Mile Today Five, thirty, nine, eastern I'll talk with Jeff Brat nine, forty eastern time this. Morning that's the handicap woodbine Jaffa Walk through all those stakes races and share his thoughts on who he thinks is going to win But time now to welcome in another talented staffer to the program, our industry star of the week, which is presented by Stuart Morris and that is Meredith Krupp who is involved with consigning horses. She just launched her first public consignment. She has been an integral part of this game for the past couple of years, and she's with me now here on the horse racing radio network as our industry star of the week. Meredith Good Morning. Good Morning. How are you? things are great. How are things with you? They're good. They're rolling at the sale they're they're busy. Yeah, a different type of sale this year you're used to the hustle and bustle and having so many people around and they're still people there but it's not it's not the same vibe. Is it? No, it's definitely not the same vibe unfortunately, but you know I think it's better than what a lot of us expected I think phasing and Caitlyn have done a great job at still making it conducive to. Buyers and sellers while making us. All safe. So I think they've done their best effort and you know as much change as there's been I think they tried their best to make it as little change as possible for the Horse Sale. Will Merit at this segment is all about you because you are industry star of the week and Stewart was kind enough to pass along your number. He said listen she's a rising star in the business. We have to make our industry star of the week at some point. So here you are congratulations on that honor and Take me back to the beginning here tell me your story and how you came to be involved in the Horse Business and where we are today. Well I I gotta say I appreciate that from Stewart he's a good friend of ours and he is a constant cheerleader of other people in this industry and that's kind of hard to find especially when you're young. So I really appreciate Stuart and he's always been very kind to me and and routed me on. So that's very nice of him but I grew up in Cincinnati. Ohio. Near actually only three or four miles from river down I'll probably never call it bell tear it always be river down for me and my dad. He loves the track and love horses and loved racing and He was in the heavy machinery business, and so he you know knew about agriculture but he was always taking me to the race track at River Down I. was like ten or eleven years old and we'd go there even middle of the day and you know he'd. At that time he he'd send me to the window. He'd be sitting at a table and he sent me the window and say. All right but these horses and I want to dollar exact the box and still to this day that's the that's the but I make. So I think that's really when I got my edge for horses in general and then. I. road sport horses up until college and wrote for the team at UK and. I majored in business and I think I wanted to combine the two and so when I went to my first sale when I was a senior in college, you know thoroughbred sales teams like the best of both worlds you get the horses and the business and the Hustle and bustle and the selling and all that. So that's kind of when I got the edge for the sales was when I was a senior in college. You know I just had the godfather from Alexis tour of Lexington Tony Out. Diano with me in the previous segment, and he talked about the fact that this sport is a twenty, four, seven, seven days a week, three, hundred, sixty, five day year commitment, and you have to be in it, and you have to be part of it and you have to be passionate about it. You obviously are, what's the most rewarding part for you about being involved with the industry the way that you are. I think for me. It's raising the horses. You know I think it's we we pull them out of their Mama and and we do the breeding and were there and you know the long nights and and waking up in the middle of the night and the for Foley fix and you know for me I, I'm really passionate about raising them and bringing them to the sale and I think my fiancee and I are really. He's very passionate as well about raising a good racehorse. You know we obviously want them to sell well but at the end of the day, we want him to go to the track and do what they're meant to do and be tough and compete against the best. So I think for me it's just raising good. Horse is the best part for me. How cool is it to finally have your first consignment about a month ago or so? It's it is. It's very cool You know we actually have Jay was a part of select sales. For eleven years and I joined them when I was young and I was with them for five or six years, and they really took me under their wing and a lot of pretty much everything I know is from you know Kerry Brogdon Andrew Carey over there and I gotta give them a lot of credit. They always really supported me and. Jay My fiance's very supportive and when that company dissolved and we joined eaten, we've always done these regional sales in Louisiana and and Florida. and. We have clients there that we have to support and they send the big horses to Kentucky. But we have to support them in their regional bread programs as well and when you know eating when we joined eating and they, they aren't really designed to go to those regional sales jay or why don't you go ahead and we'll do it. Together. So it's you know him and is still going to regional sales on bear. Our Name but we are with eating. Then everything we saw in Kentucky will be with eating but. I mean it's very exciting especially for Jay and I. To be able to do it together. Just the two of US was a lot of fun in Louisiana and and then we went onto Texas under eating and we did very well topping both sales. So that was exciting. Yeah it's been a wonderful ride and I know that ride is still continuing. Many. Had for our to star the week. She is Meredith Krupp and Meredith listen I i. appreciate the visit here this morning Thank you for taking a little time. I know you're busy at the keeneland sale go back in pick out some more winners for people and continued success in again. Congratulations. Thank you very much. I really appreciate it. Hope you all have a good day. You got it and she mentioned some pretty big names there with the Andrew Carey and Brogden and the folks at Eton. She has learned from some of the best in the business, and now she is taking things to a new level Meredith our industry star of the week presented by Stuart Morris and don't forget that Stewart wants to his owners, his clients and his entire team he knows that. His success is because of you he's never forgotten that it would multiple steak sources over the past several years that include Henley's Joe our brain trust. Mel Ghazi and Kentucky Derby Contender Bend who ran the there are a couple of weeks ago. Stewart is your source for success at the highest levels and you can visit all the stuart. Moore's consignments at every major sale every major yearling sale for sure. Make sure you do that. Make sure you tell Stuart that you heard the industry star of the week segment right here on the horse racing radio, network. All right. Busy second half of the program comes your way next kicks off with Michael, blowing from old friends looking back on Green Mountain we're back with our two right after I pause ten seconds for station identification. This is the horse racing radio network. From the rail to your radio this is horse racing radio network. To Leave, Dr Paused both up with an outside of the second nomadic disturbed as New York Hero. Pin Brecqhou. Much. Thanks probable. His Belt Four. My pleased by my standards. Tom's they talk code of honor. On. Iran Tease Joe. Window. Welcome to the equine forum honore P runs right by that. Dora derail and Rachi sixteenth. Thurgau honor a link to the half authentic rush running on way it will be honore. Of very impressive winner of the run Happy Santa. Anita Derby Tom's daytimes chicken up shaking up to a three length lead by my standards is trying hard but he still second silver dust this third multiplayer trying to come on late for force the with a sixteen to go it's total domination for Tom's Day ta now here's Mike. Welcome back hour number two of the equine forum. Rolling. On busy morning. If you missed any portion of the show, my interview with Churchill Assistant Racing Secretary. Stinks Coordinator Dan Pork, the Godfather toni-ann from the Lexus store or our industry star of the week. Meredith crop. All you have to is head back to our website and you can listen to the entire show at your leisure. That's horse racing radio DOT net. It will be posted shortly after we finish up at ten o'clock eastern this morning second half of the show begins Michael Blowing from friends. He'll share some memories and some thoughts on. Green Mountain Park. which had that devastating fire this past week that pretty much gutted the entire grandstand that was on Wednesday and you remember that Green Mountain has been dormant since the early nineties and it was forty four years almost to the day after the final thoroughbred race was contested at the Tracks Timber Twelfth Nineteen, seventy six that the fire took place this week in It's just for somebody who grew up in that part of the country and New Green Mountain and what it was at least with greyhounds anyway as I was growing up, it's sad to see where it is today. So Michael will look back on. That historic track Arnaud Delacour going to be with me at nine twenty eastern Jeff Brat from woodbine. To handicap the big races there this weekend he'll be with me at nine forty, and of course, our four roses bourbon visit with Brent Elliott the master distiller at four roses poll question this morning. So many of you weighing in at H. R. in on twitter. Keep those votes coming? What is your favorite National Day to celebrate this is national talk like a pirate day. So he gave you a few choices. Well. Do you like talk like a pirate day? You like National Burger Day national red wine day maybe or other and if you choose other please specify which day you prefer so far. Thirty three percent of the vote that is leading this category. thirty-three percent saying that they prefer red wine day. I'd love our listeners across hr a nation. I'm right there with you by the way I voted for red wine. Day to Derby Day. Yeah. There's a good one national Margarita day that strong Turtle Soup Day is what Chris says. Like. That Chris Turtle Soup Day must be from Louisiana. There's another vote for Margarita Day and. No April twentieth. Alright. Keep them coming keep the comments coming at HR and twitter. Well. Michael Bowen is now with me to kick off the second half of the program, Michael Good morning my friend. Good. Morning Mike good to hear from you. Yeah great to have you on the program again, hear your voice and you know I reference at the top of the show when I was talking about Green. Mountain. There is so much history they're going all the way back to. Right after Lou Smith bought the place course the owner of Rockingham park he founded it in ran thoroughbreds there for the first time in nineteen, sixty three. But in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, green mountain became the first track on the east coast to host Sunday racing and that was just the start of the history that that track would make. Yeah, Lou Smith was a great guy I got to know him towards the end of his reign at Rockingham Park and new was just the greatest guy and not mountains such a beautiful little little track. As you know when you you called, it asked me to be honest started thinking about it when I was a kid growing up, there was seventeen. thoroughbred race tracks in. New England. Polluting Great Barrington and great and Green Mountain and the three county fair and all those straps along with Suffolk and Rockingham Narragansett, and there were seventeen of them, and now there are none. Zero. Zero Zero. It's hard to believe but Green Mountain for anybody who's ever driven by their even when it was. Even when it was abandoned. And the whole place is falling down It's such a beautiful beautiful location I mean. It's it was such a gorgeous little place and. The only thing I can add to what everybody might Welsh is written and a lot of other people have written their their work Dick Green Mountain remind me P coolest. Earlier. You know you know Pete is to go there and miss. You know he was really he was really a great guy and he p pick people was a a marvelous man and and I know he looked green mountain but it was such a gorgeous setting. It's at the bottom of the mountains the green mountains there. One personal. Recollection that I have is I didn't really get involved with raising until after Green Mountain woes. And every year when we drove back from Sharon Toga after opening week at Saratoga Diane. I would go by and we drive. The back way home instead of taking the Massachusetts Turnpike and always go by. Green Mountain Park and every year was Looking a little more desperate, little more desperate, little more desperate. Well in the late. Nineties. I think it was ninety nine or two thousand Howard Dean Governor Vermont and they wanted to have simulcasting at. Green Mountain Park put it in a nice restaurant have simulcasting. So a friend of mine and Spend a group of people put together a plan. to have simultaneous to have live racing at. Green Mountain. the. The weekend before Saratoga Open and the weekend that Saroj after shower tober closed. So people on their way to Saratoga or back from Saratoga, we'd have the opportunity to do this, and the concept was would have green racing. You know drugs no whips only racing on the grass. And make it into a sixty day. You know really cool. Little Meat and And and then Vermont could have simulcasting and they could open up the restaurant all year round and do all that kind of thing. We pretty much had the deal put together but at the end, the the price kept going up. Every time we turned around and we thought we had made arrangements to purchase that detract the. The the price kept going up until it got out of sight, and then that was the end of our involvement with it and I don't know how many people try to open it up since then but that was Came pretty close. Howard. Dean really wanted to do it. Yeah, yeah. You know it's it's. It's sad that that didn't come together Michael I know that there were many attempts over the years since Green Mountain had closed in the early nineties to try to revitalize the race track and people look at getting involved and it just for whatever reason want one reason or another never materialized but you know going back to its heyday. Back, after the Rooney family took over, which was right around nineteen seventy-three, I guess and of course, people would know the Rooney's is the owners of the Pittsburgh steelers. They bought the track they've been very involved with not just green mountain, but several race tracks in our in the country and. So many people that I've talked to over the years that have worked at. Green Mountain. Couldn't say enough about that family and the efforts that they made to make racing successful at that track and all the other tracks. No I totally agree I mean when they talk about what's happening with racing now oftentimes, people don't mention that but the people that ran racing. You know when when Suffolk was in his heyday and when Rockingham was in his heyday really loved Grayson. And you know there's the ruling family and the. The goal race and you can go on and on and on. What they were really dedicated to. To racing. And now, there's a lot of absentee ownership and you know just there's not the personal attachment where you know when. When used to walk around places, light, green, mountain, and even great Barrington. The people that own attract would be at the in the backstretch every morning walking around talking to the trainer sow sure wars. How how're you details the? You know they've been coming back for years and a lot of people in New England in particular they thought of these places as almost like a summer camp for adults. Where people could get away from the city and take their vacations and go to go to green, mountain in great Barrington and all the. Little tracks and a little places where you know most of the people that were there really adores the sport. We miss that a lot isn't it and I think it's I think it's I think it's starting to get home that these smaller trashy you beginning to that rate at an even higher rate and and we've got to do something that to help them because I think the county and. And the little tracks. Are Extremely important to the overall health of the sport. Speaking of helping the industry visiting by the way with Michael Blowing from old friends retirement centre here in Kentucky and Michael. You have done Yeoman's work over the years to help the sport and a help horses that have competed in our sport at a high level, and even some that have not competed at a high level but you have taken them in with open arms at old friends. Give me an update on what's happening at old friends right now. Well, it's been. It's been really great. We're very grateful to John Hendrickson. State of Mary Lou Whitney. They just retired bird stone to us and he's here now. We picked up the pizza man and work all week. recently. stormy, liberal and patch. It being national pirate. Patch. Are doing really well together, and we just made a really nice arrangement with L.. N.. J. foxwoods to be kind of their official home for their retiring their broodmares. And they just delivered to. US They paid for the. Construction of new paddock and running shed waters looks really nice. I to The first two marriages to last week so. And one of them is really amazing. Horse her name is mystery trip. And she was the last fall by weekend surprise. WHO everybody probably knows one of the greatest broodmares history. Babies like AP. And so I'm hoping that you know they're being more organizations, more partnerships and more owners that would With. Think about what I perceive sources once they're done racing and breeding and make some make some provisions because I think it's it makes a lot of fun and you know. Except for the the virus, which is cut down a lot and we limited our tourist now. Reopened when the? Safely. It'll be really nice to see all the people come back and see all these horses. You know I still have a horse I had. WHO One racist for us it take. I played him in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine summer attraction. He's still here with me. So wow. So also from the travelers winners and the. Belmont winners and sober charms doing well. Derby winner It's like, no, you're right Mike when you have a Lotta horses that. Didn't really good one. Thanks races, but they deserve a dignified retirement as well. How `bout my old friend Zippy chippy is he still around? Your feet chippy is IS THAT OUR FARM UP IN SARATOGA WE HAVE A. Church territory that's run by John Pepper who does a marvelous job up there and should be hippies up there he's I think sippy just turned like. Twenty eight. The like that. Of course was the big star, the fares because he could never win a race. And and believe it or not. That was the hardest negotiation I ever had to try and get or stole. French. Felix be leased to take him to used car lots after after the racing career was over for like a couple hundred bucks and he is it's Sandra on the. Used car. Lot Western Massachusetts. And he'd be the celebrity. The celebrity guests so people would be drawn into pike used, cars. Felix. Was not interested in giving out to to early, but eventually it worked out well and and he's he's doing really great up there with all her wonderful crew. Outside Saratoga yes. It's great to hear according to Wikipedia his official race record was over a hundred with eight seconds and thirds earned about thirty thousand dollars in his career. But I. Would race. against. Minor League baseball players to he would show up as a stunt there, and he would race against and was beaten by by a human being by Major League Baseball player if I remember correctly right Yes eventually he wa. He he raised. I think. They didn't start the same distance gave the baseball player big head start but. I'm trying to remember his name his name was McDonnell, and he he played venturing play for the Red Sox the Yankees. Yeah Yeah. Yeah Jose. Is According to the wikipedia article I'm reading here. I think it was Jose Herrera? In Rochester New York actually and and he beat Zippy that day. And I get Mike I'll tell you real quick pilot. You go my claim to fame was Zippy chippy and we can go back and look this up. I was handicapping the races and I was going through the racing form and I saw the names Zippy chippy. He was going to make his debut and if I'm not mistaken, I'm pretty sure he was firing bullets for his debut and as a man, this horse looks like he can really run I like Zippy chippy on top in this race. What kind of? Variety he goes over one hundred. You're not the only one because when we we make glasses with the horses names automob- list conferences both we couldn't list any these because he was for a hundred. And so I went back and we ended up. Re ended up listening to the names of every all twenty, six jockeys that road. And he went from Mike Smith. and Richard Meekly ory all the way down to WHO and who you know. and. So That's all I'll twenty six names running the Undergrad class and nobody could get them to. Nobody could get into to win one race but this model is good mike his motto is winners don't always finish first. There you love. That's it, and now he is chippy I mean there's A wonderful book that they wrote about that a guy in Canada wrote about I mean. He's famous people come from all over the country to see. So maybe this is the apex. Now, he's the tourist trashing these raising a lot of money up the upper cabin creek up, drench all friends and and maybe that's what he was always meant to. Be. It'd be a silent superstar. Good for him and people can go to the friends equine dot org. If they want to see all of the horses at friends, there are so many of them. So many of the names that you become familiar with and fallen in love with over the years old friends equine dot org. Of course, you can support old friends. Michael is not why I brought you on this. Wasn't a stunt to to raise money for old friends I want to look back on on Green Mountain, but we encourage everybody. If they're gonNA do something they wanna make a donation why not old friends a wonderful organization and you get all the credit, the world, my friend for for bringing these horses home and giving them a home after they're done racing so well, done and. Can't wait for things. Get back to normal. We can get out there and see him again. Thanks so much. Michael Blow in here on the horse racing radio network. Yeah. Fantastic. Fantastic organization and the Zippy chippy. I loved them I. I didn't think he could get beat that day. He got beat every single time after that. I put the Kibosh on them. All right. We're GONNA come back and take a look at the grade. One Saratoga Oaks. I'll do that with trainer are no Delacour next on the equipment forum on H. R. N.. 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Flatter standing at claiborne farm. You'll guys they call me Jersey Joe but it's only job Bravo whatever you like just so happy that you're listening to horse racing radio network. You're listening to the Equine Forum on the Horse Racing Radio Network. Is Right alongside of Antoinette studying skies on the outside and third. Then keep us gain the chat to speak to me of summer is looking to rally down on the inside the field is coming down for the eightfold and the Saratoga Oaks, it is Antoinette studying sky on the outside I don't like a third speak to me of summer is Fourth Antoinette and stunning sky and the two of them will fight it out to the finish with. Antoinette by ahead stunning sky ran second the mile and three sixteenths in one minute, fifty, three and one fifth second. Welcome back to the forum, the Horse Racing Radio Network Mike Pana Barron of the backstretch with you on this. Saturday morning and that was John Embryo with the call of the Saratoga Antoinette getting the victory in her most recent outing the three year old filly expected to vie for favouritism in today's grade one Belmont oaks invitational with magic attitude who makes her US debut in the hands of trainer are no Delacour and he will join me momentarily. But before we get to Arnaud, I told you I would keep you updated on the latest. News about the workout for authentic who the Derby winner prepping for the preakness stakes he was at Churchill downs this morning Kevin, Kirstein Nice enough to pass along the information and authentic going five furlongs fifty nine point two, zero, this morning Churchill downs and out in one twenty five, point two, zero for the seven eight. So pretty good workout there for authentic he appears to be no worse for wear coming out of that big derby win a couple of weeks ago, and now we turn our attention to the grade one Saratoga Oaks. We go from news on the three year old males to news on the three year old fillies and magic attitude getting ready to. Kick things off here in the US later today are no good morning. Good Morning. Yeah thanks for being with me Look I just talked about authentic and his workout that seem pretty good. How about magic attitude what are you seeing from her? When she came to us like lead July and just been you know pretty straightforward way if today so we hope for good. Today. When you get a Philly like this, a very talented filly daughter of Galileo when you get affiliate this into Your Barn and affil-? You haven't been around much. You didn't have her from you know a two year old. You're starting to learn what she's like, what are some of the steps you go through to get to know her? Why I mean we just tried to be very progressive but what we're doing knowing that we are you see tinging trending fast coming from Europe to to to the state So we try to do it like gradually that's an air and the brother of your time and learn from that, and that's why do we have done where? Have you spent much time going back and watching her races in France. Yeah of course. What do you? What? What do you see what you take away from that? When you watch the replay of those races are no. But. It looks like she can be a she can be pretty aggressive. He's not coming up she won't. She won't. When she wanted to prefrontal and she was kind of you know like mythbusters coke adopt them big. Geek. So we we we like the fact that she could really share the turn of food. Now she went back into pre. which was a little bit longer like minded quarter I believe and She was never covered up and watch the little strong hang out with the second, which was a great performance during But but we thought that he was a little bit aggressive that they. running in the. Sort of French hoax was way more relaxed probably a little more. To do being being the last one of them but at least yours relaxing came with with with a big move big take. So you know. We try to duplicate that if our. Yeah, it's only five horse field later today in that Belmont Oaks invitational is it. Is. It more difficult to get her in a position where she's covered up and she can relax in a short field like that or in some respects? Can it be easier for Javier Castellano? And I hope it's going to be easy. The only thing is when you come to, you know they covered up and and sit behind these you have different completely of the page in front So you can't really make the base and where you is where you gonna sit for for a while. So I just hope that there's enough page it can be tricky and the firewall field, but you know we're the only place place. Yeah you'll face off with the bill Maher trained. Antoinette. She is the likely horse to vie for favoritism with your horse magic attitude. What do you know about? Antoinette are no Well. I told her I. Mean I showed that sat. Oh Gosh you look very impressive to me. Looks like she's got a big stride good cruising speed and can go to defense or she's she's definitely a good city. You know we're we're just hope that we'd be able to you know Do show up with a good town food and get damp but there's definitely going to be an interesting race. You mentioned getting magic. Attitude into. Your Barn. Sometime in July this year and now we're sitting here in September. She's going in this grade one race was this always the spot that you had in mind? Now, we were considering the del Mar oaks unfortunately when she arrived, she was she she had the, you know my temperature through. A these ten days, and she much trending to be able to ship again and run if Lynn that they'll marriage. So we decided to escape and at that time. With the end Owen Bennett folks who are GonNa be and it just. So. We thought that the timing was perfect. Well she is not the only horse that you will saddle in a stakes race this weekend you will also send out your horse at Woodbine that is going to say the name is shadow layer shadow let. Shetland. season. CARE stakes squeak she's You know she different interests printer five, eight right this on. With stepping up in class Oh. We hope that came from fest, which was pretty good I'd cut down. Step up a little bit. You should be able to get a piece of it. She's the daughter of intimate shift just like Derby winner authentic is how? That sire I mean he's just getting things done whether it's dirt longshore it doesn't matter. Yeah you're you're absolutely right I mean they seem to produce a lot of these that that are very genuine wants to run and we've been the you know the time you see an intermission into your body is a trail yours get. Pretty excited. You know. Well Arnaud Delacour is a busy man and his horses are running running very very well, he his saddle more than four hundred winners in his career. He's looking to add that total weekend. No listen appreciate the visit. I know it's a busy morning all the best later today and moving forward as well. Thank you. 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As, the middle jewel the gateway to horseracing immortality if the Derby winner can get through that one and head to the Belmont, this year will wrap up the triple crown with the preakness and a chance that we could see your rematch between authentic and Tis the law I told you that authentic work. This morning at Churchill went very, very well passed on those numbers a short time ago Tis, the law. Expected to make a decision on the preakness stakes. By early or mid week coming up here, Tuesday or Wednesday. He's GonNa work. And then after his work, they will make a decision on whether they're going to go to the preakness maybe they skipped that race and go to the breeders. Cup, classic they did say in the article that was on blood horse that they are planning on racing him as a four-year-old, maybe a race like the Pegasus World Cup down at Gulfstream Park, and then pointing for racist the Whitney later next summer at Saratoga. So that's good news. We'll get a chance to see Tis, the law who undoubtedly. has been the top three year old in the country this year but authentic threw his name into the ring for champion three-year-old with that big win defeating Tis, the law in the Kentucky Derby, and that's going to be interesting to see how that plays out because authentic his resumes pretty strong now to it was strong going in to the Kentucky Derby after winning the hassle but. It's even stronger now, and now he's beaten Tis the law head to head. So Tis, the laws going to have to find a way to flip the script if he wants to be three year old champion and going into the Derby a couple of weeks ago I didn't even think we'd be talking. About any other horse? Other. Than Tis, the law. Having a chance to be three year old champion. But authentic did what he needed to do. And he's a legitimate. Legitimate candidate right now. To be three year old champion. Pretty Cool I can't wait to see the way that that plays out but follow us. 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Going on to win the Rico would find mile. World approval who slips away with approval. Right, down the outside on his birthday, La's deadline, CASTA. But world approval wits Rica would file by freelance. Book About Equal Forum Robert Geller, with the call of Mark Kassy's to victories in the Woodbine mile and they have been good ones tappin and world approval coming back to back in two, thousand, sixteen and two, thousand, seventeen respectively he's looking to add to those win totals later this afternoon when he sends out a trio of horses in this year's Rico. Woodbine mile he'll be representative course by war of will who is the preakness winner from a year ago he has. The ultra talented horse breaking from the rail march to the arch, and then along shot in their Olympic runner and I'm joined now by Jeff Brad to is the handicapper at Woodbine does a fantastic job to look at that race and some of the other stakes races on the program today, and maybe even look ahead to tomorrow with an atomic and the summer stakes as we continue our theme of winning your in action leading up to the Breeders Cup. Jeff Good Morning. Good morning from a chilly wind it is cold. I'm not sure what the temperature is like where you are but fall has all the sudden just flowing into into us your would woodbine. Well. You're sending their coal weather down here to the bluegrass too. We kick things off at eight eastern this morning it was forty three degrees here. Yeah, well, it's forty six right now here at. Woodbine. So it's the good news. There's no ring. The horse will be very, very happy. So that's great to see. A twelve race program today, the racing action is figuring to to heat up as we get closer to post time later, this afternoon and make our way through that twelve race card. But you have the Woodbine mile the RICO would bind mile. You also have the the Singspiel which is on that program today Let's start with the Woodbine mile work backwards. I guess we'll do it that way since you brought up mark cassie and his three horses. They look like a formidable group later today. You know what? Mark's trying to join a very select group. There are three trainers have won this race on three occasions and how does this sound for resume Neil Drysdale Bobby Frankel, and trump prestige. That's pretty good competition that you're facing there. So yeah, it's great to have war of will with us I just want to give a big tip of the caps where. Office Julie Beller sticks coordinator because you know with Kobe Nineteen Mike it's been so tough to have horses ship north of the border because in ship is but people if they come to can't up if the stay fourteen days in quarantine. So it's really really been tricky. Is the fact that we've been able to attract a war of will the fact that we've? An up and comer potentially a superstar in scholes fight. We don't know that obviously cabinets hard. He's got. So horse that is worth the year from last season that being started jubilee, any God's value proposition as well and value proposition. If he can ever avoid those and tendencies, he's got a shot potentially be a great sticks winter. So just a lovely race under trying circumstances. I. Love that you brought up. Cheryl's spite because this is a three year old daughter three year old son of a spike in town to for to begin his career. He won the grade three marine last time out but. His trainer Roger Outfield much like Mark Cassie a member of two hall of fame in the US in Canada. He can. He can win this race. I'm telling you he is one heck of a horse trainer. And yet, this is the race he never won He would love to get this rates onto his resume. So yeah, shirl spite the big question might maybe we can debate this a little bit to what type of price we're going to get on this compose time because this was arguably one of the most impressive winners of ever seen that would bind that worked. Here for over twenty years, they came back to win the marine. They thought about maybe going to derby or Scott Sick might have been a blessing in disguise I mean don't get me wrong. It's a tough task too. But at least it's in your own backyard. There's obviously been a lot of this for. Do you think we ate the one compose time with Charles Fights Well with the presence of war of will and starship jubilee. I know the seven year old mayor is taking on the boys today but she is as tough as they come I. Think you might I. Think you're going to be looking at that seven eight to one ballpark with this horse. And you know I really think fats down the line. Of the future I mean his first career start was on turf. Obviously is mom one of the prettiest comfortably and Mirror Game Roger outfielder Breeders Cup victory but. This was going to be the real test before him today and You know the fact that amorality pure as much to go in this race instead of the Singspiel that at the pace setup were will it's GonNa be somewhat forwardly placed in here as well. So I think we potentially could happen legitimate pace up front which you should have for a million dollar race. Do, you see starship jubilee the Horse of the year being able to knock off the boys today. That is a great question. You know I respect her a ton. she always comes in a very difficult race and Diana. I think she's got her shot for sure I. Think the fact this raises in our own backyard I think that's a huge cost. The first time this season she hasn't had the ship I think that's a major major plus I think she's going to be so much more than the wagering which to be a bit of a mistake. You know she's got tactical speed to she's so versatile and I really think that you know like eight or nine months prefer distance, and this would just be a real Cinderella story of Sharia able to get the cap and gown here today and the Woodbine Mile. You Know Jeff by the way visiting with Jeff Brat the handicapper woodbine previewing the Woodbine Mile, which comes up later today shortly after five o'clock eastern When when you look at this sport, a lot of people think you have to be you know sport at Kings, you have to be a millionaire to be able to make money own horses. Starship jubilee was purchased for six thousand, five, hundred dollars in two thousand fourteen she is now earned more than one point, six, million dollars, eighteen wins in that career just a a wonderful wonderful story. And she was claimed by these connections actually and then went through the sale and Blue Heaven farm purchase the horse and gave the worst back cabinet train and originally, they were just going to breed the mayor because she had already done enough but there have been so happy she want a great one race a last season EP Taylor and partner last race was undefeated so far this season. So yeah, she's just wonderful Cinderella story you just never know what's GonNa get and sometimes when you claim to get a little bit lucky and it's been a great ride for scholarships you believe. So how do you see the Woodbine mile the top three finishers who are they? Okay so I respect will a lot. Obviously, he starred office racing career actually right here at Ted, Bundy losses for starts and then he lost him the summer stakes as well, and then he went down to the states and he raced on dirt and the all know he's done after that either dual grade one winner on turf, and on the you have to respect him a ton. You'll be right there in the mix of things I think shirl spite will part of the pay scenario long with amorality peer. I'm Kinda going to work together Casio worse in this race, I like marsh the arches, my top selection. I'm GonNa believe a horse course and when it comes to our particular course here Mike and I I think that this guy really likes to reports I know that more often than not he finds troubling some of his racist, but he has really thrived since coming here to woodbine he's looked great ever since win a King Eddie I think he pulls off just a slight upset and today's Rico would by mile. Post time for the Woodbine Mile, which is raised nine on the twelve ways. Trove race program is five, thirty, nine eastern to make sure you're locked into that one. Are Jeff Let's talk about the greatest stakes at the grade three singspiel which comes up as the seventh race Mile Quarter on the turf post time for this one is four, twenty, seven eastern, and this look field of ten entered wide open field of ten. This can go a lot of ways. Right so That's rates of go into the Rica with by miles we will have one defection there. Yeah it's a lovely brace because we've got sky wire. He's back here at Woodbine. He's had his biggest moments here standard deviation for conditioner Graham motion trying to get back to where he wants was we're at that last week it's come from with say the word goes down at Saratoga and of course, record and the. Odds of fifty one to one. But for me Mike the Story Line this race, it is pace and I think that terrorists lamb has a huge pace and badge and this he'll now is the same forest flat seats and. That's legit legitimate legitimate question that I'm not sure about that. He's defending champion and we had this race last season that a mile and a half now it's been cutbacks mount. I think it's got a great shot to wire. The feels Yasser. Respect Nakamura for sure. But I'm going to go towards his Aslan to see if he can be back. I know he's he's kind of going off on little bed Fultz could be a good day for conditioner. Roger. Six to one on the morning line I. Jeff I missed who you said was scratched in there which horses coming out of the SPIEL. Odd Morality parents be scratched that race, but we'll be going into woodby. All right. So a very competitive. Field of nine left in the Singspiel, and again, that's race number seven is a slam as who thinks can return to top form and maybe pull off an upset. You know last year that's a horse that was in great for me rattled off those three graded stakes victories in consecutive fasten, and then like you said, he's been off forum lately but if he gets it loose on the lead, he could be dangerous. Exactly, that's kind of my game plan going in I think the scratch of Ad Morality here really helps them in here because he should rather uncontested lead in the spots and I think it's like the cooler weather it's just one of those forces doesn't like it when it's really hot outside. So I I think the main dangerous obviously Nakamura come off good result last time out you know and this is a proven type of course as I've done some pretty good things in the past password conditioner grandmas and Grandpas and very supportive of our program here at Woodbine and respect Nakamura Sun as well. Jeff Pratt Woodbine handicapper with me on the Horse Racing Radio Network Jeff about five minutes left here in this segment before I have to get to our visit with the folks at four Roses Bourbon but before I do let's look ahead to tomorrow than Thomas the summer stakes I don't know how much time you spent diving into those races yet but those look like they could be competitive. And again, it's it's obviously are a year in which we traditionally have bigger fields, what God for the summer, some of this season. But with covert everything's upside down and we just have to appreciate the horses that we have come into us here at Woodbine and how this for a Canadian type of horse named Gretzky great for conditioner. Marquette, coming off an ice free in the story and free stakes. So this guy by Nyquist he. was actually night puts its first stakes. Winner is a looking to accelerate the distance and there I'm GONNA go towards American monarch, America Monarch, and the secret police, and they're coming out of the same race, a matter of fact, down at Saratoga and America monarch what's entering the whistle patient stakes we'll go out coming up tomorrow and hopefully we'll stamp themselves as Breeders Cup can center. So we'll give American monarch this like not there. All right and how about the other race Whether Race Tolna and this is a bit of an interesting story. So sleek winks, we'll go post for conditioner are Cassie in here and this is sort of a marinade. Sarah. Links wanted passing can international rate here would and made a huge move on the turn our first restarting eventually finishing the second place position the also in this event Tabah seasons and stunning princess coming off base performances down. At Saratoga but I like lady spite spear that's one is closely related to shirl fights for Commissioner Roger Outfield first time though onto the crafts and just made every call of winning one and should be a lot better. I think second time out as well. I. Think the locals keep the money and tomorrow's Mattel mistakes happiness lady spike spirituals vitrolles fifty could have a massive weekend here at Woodbine. There will be people betting the woodbine races this weekend especially with the Breeders Cup Challenge Angle though be betting them from from all over the country all over the world. All over North America. Any special wagers that folks can look forward to playing over the next couple of days. We do have some guaranteed cools off a horse racing fans to play along. For example, today coming up the late pick for today it went by and it will get rocking and rolling and race number nine not being Rica Woodbine mile to pool. There will be guaranteed two, hundred, thousand dollars early pick four we'll have a guaranteed pool of one hundred thousand dollars that was cut off in the race number four. The Jackpot power six continues to grow in popularity but really it said the guaranteed pools and I'm focusing on especially that late. For that starts off with Rica woodfire mile really looking forward to that with full guarantee that two, hundred, thousand dollars. If not all that familiar with recent Woodbine, we have different turf horses. We have one that's on the inside and we have one on the outside, which is far bigger. The outside once a mile and a half, and of course, we do have to Pitas well the tracks and playing pretty fair play. So I like that and no portable rails Mike lots of room for the horses to maneuver air today it would bind. Yes, speaking of to pita looking back on the Queen's plate. This is the first year that we have not been in attendance to broadcast it and several years and I really did miss being at Woodbine I can't wait to hopefully get back there next year summer and broadcast the Queen's played again but it's for people don't realize it. It's Canada's version of the Kentucky Derby if you will Candida bred horses three year olds competing in the first leg of the triple, crown? And you know. What can you say about Josie Carroll and and the job that? With her two horses rounding out the exact in that race. Actually finished first second and fifth, and it's it's kind of a really unique story with the worst one north name is mighty heart. He only has one I. It does not have a left I the only as a right is so he's been a bit of a challenge to get into the race, but he's overcome that obstacle in a big way the writer that wrote the worst ice capable Fukumoto that's only a third ever stakes when he's twenty two years old doesn't even own. A car doesn't own a car, but as one million dollar race and was able to pull off a victory, they're fantastic story and we look forward to the Prince of Wales stakes, and hopefully he'll be going down there and get the second jewel Kansas triple crown. So money hardwired the fields and telecheck named after the football coach bill finished second at a massive price as well as a tremendous day. But you're definitely in Mike I know that union group done a fantastic job growth years. Jerry will joined your bronco broadcaster years. He's doing great work in the morning time still. So hopefully, the next season, we'll see you back here at Woodbine and and week no celebrate with another queen's plate on your resume. Yeah I wish I was there. It's always nice to be in attendance when Bella check gets beat but that's just my own personal. steelers fan. So I'm a little bitter when it comes to that subject. Jeff Brat I would buy. Her, follow him at twitter. You can follow him on twitter at Woodbine Brat to tease be our at and follow his selections in all the information throughout the day and make sure you're betting woodbine this weekend, Jeff appreciate to visit my friend. Thanks Michael Season Safe Safe my friends. you got it Youtube Jeff Brat here on the Horse Racing Radio Network, and that interview brought to you by embraced the race embrace your passion. Where would you love at embrace the race Dot Com? It is time now for our monthly visit with Brent. Elliott master distiller at four roses to talk about four roses select. Original small batch was launched in two, thousand six and really that's when we created the small batch platform and that's where we go back to our library of ten recipes and use different combinations to create truly different products. And with the original, that was four recipes, ninety proof, six, seven old barrels that go into it, and then sometime in two, thousand seventeen thousand eighteen, we saw there was some changing the band of the market people are looking for different types of products specific non chill filtered products or higher proof products. So that was a great opportunity to go ahead and expand on the small concept by offering a new small that product. So what we did is we decided to do a non chill filtered. This is one hundred four proof Bourbon and to expand on small batch concept we. Went into our ten recipes and I selected six of the recipes and did a lot of test blending to try to hit just the perfect flavor profile that would both be. Very good and also different from our other products and I think we've really achieved that with this when it's very unique from the other products, it's Very rich robust you know being non chill filtered a higher proof. You get a lot more intense flavors coming through the very rich, very nice Bourbon. There's no doubt about it and I've been a fan of the small batch for a very long time. The original small batch I have a bottle of it sitting on my bar right now as a matter of fact, and the small batch select really you know I always like to small batch because I always thought it was a smooth easy drink are really enjoyed the flavor of it and and the small batch select was just the next step in that progression in it was as you said, kind of a more robust type of Bourbon and man I I thought it was fantastic. Appreciate you're saying so. How much trial and error was there when you were going through and trying to get the right blend the right formula the right flavor, the right concept when you were when you were putting this whole thing together Brent. I hard to really put a time on it because I worked on it sort of at my own pace I took my time with it for. Probably the better part of a year. But it wasn't like formulating limited editions where it's you know pull the barrels and I need to blend everything together and come up with the test blend within two months. This we knew it was coming was a lot of preparation time. So I, had a Lotta time. To just cry variations See How different recipes work together what percentages we needed to achieve the flavor profile ultimately became small that select. Is this the flavor profile you thought you were going to come up with when you first started the process i. In. The direction of the final flavor profile because really. The. One of the cornerstones of the unique flavor profile is how utilized Fu Strain Which? Are. Five use that's the one that creates kind of spearmint herbal flavors and so I hadn't the back of my mind for a while but that was really what we ought utilized to set this apart from the other products and so every test was Kinda. F. You. Strain trying to see what other east rains would. Work well with it and create new and unique flavors. So innocence I kinda had an idea of the direction, but it wasn't until I got in the lab and started doing test splints that you know the the blends and the the learning to the process director this to. What we landed on, which is what you taste on the fourth of July. Yeah. I think I said at my tax was easy to see why you were given that award as master distiller of the year and. Sentiments again, well, done with four roses, small batch shellacked and with all the bourbons at four roses and Brett will encourage people to go to four roses Bourbon. Dot Com to learn more about everything that four roses offers I. really appreciate the visit again here this morning my friend keep up the wonderful work and will continue to be mellow and be responsible before roses at sounds. Great Mike. Thanks a lot. We're back with more on the equine forum on the Horse Racing Radio Network, your home for the. Triple. Crown and Breeders Cup. Power. 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If you need some plants maybe you want to subscribe your your plant Mama Friend. Hello hidden though. That's the business of the week. Are you guys? Ready for the recap. I Love I had to let you get through. It sounded like we delivery services that have been street if I described and received sitting over here dying. I was like I was like I've got now never mind signed for your pay. Who last week's episode titled End of the Road? It was the Dustin Ross takeover. He used the real housewives of Atlanta reunion special as the backdrop to a conversation about friends expectations and the shame of friend breakups. Anything you WanNa add to answer Dustin. Ross I'm just grateful that I had your Gift of interpretation to write that bio because baby us right now. We wrote last week's episode. That's exactly where we were talking about. Thank you try my best and as always those of you listening at a lot to say to say Saturday. Who stood out to you? Want to give a shout out to you on the emails. Don't forget to eat militias are due at the French speakers network DOT com. This one comes from Sam no subject. Sam Says I've been listening to your podcasts for years now and I love it the last episode especially interesting regarding approaches to calling someone friend or not while. I'm careful to sacrifice time that it's important to me for casual friends. I generally consider anyone in my circle that I get along with a friend unless I have a reason not to so it's interesting to see others more conservative with the term. I also think this is an ironically interesting time for thinking about friendships as we were all separated and can't do things normally in public Like places excuse me. We can't do normal things in public places or bump into people but I know a lot of us are drained by texting or zoom calls in it Cetera. I think the topic of friendship could be dubbed into more especially how people are viewing their friendships during quarantine. Thanks again for your podcast. Shutouts Sam I think especially during quarantine. A lot of people are reflecting on their friendship. So that's one of the reasons that this conversation even came up. You know. Dustin brought it. He brought up really good points with housewives but it did start opening grand conversation that I've been seeing for a while. I'm sure we've all been saying it about how we've been doing all of our relationships in general during quarantine so thanks for the email and again thanks to test for that top past week because it's always funny when you can pull these from pop culture that we all kind of like are so familiar with and we just ended the AMAS ESA TV. You know so. It's like more than just a damn show right shutouts you. Sam Fran what did you find how you been struggling in them? Soundcloud streets even swooping in swerve. Now I have but I must say I was a fascinated by the amount of people who were triggered again. I feel like that's the theme with this show who were traffic triggered by a lot of our opinions about friendships. There are people who felt like it was confusing. Or you know They found not not us in particular. But just you know the perspectives. We shared. I guess you'd say some people said like that's what confuses them about trying to make new friends as adult. Like where someone could be nice to you and you could assume like Oh we had a fun day like maybe we could become friends and then the person like never talks to you again or doesn't even offer their number and they just felt that it was confusing. A lot of people were like this is why friendships are trash. Just a range of emotions. One thing I did Wanna add is because someone did message me saying that they were surprised. at my perspective on friends being that. I was saying that I tend to I am nice and cool and chill with everyone but I don't easily gravitate everyone as quote unquote friend and I felt that it was a lot of entitlement that kind of came through in people's understanding of that where it's like just because someone's nice to you does not mean they have to be Fred and that's just the reality of life. It's no different than dating if I am nice to. Does that mean that I have to give you my number now and we have to go on a date because I had a good day with. You is really no different. I think people view friendships differently than dating and to me is all energy and if it was a connection the I personally felt like oh I wanNA explore this. There's something there that's like making me. Think about that person or something they were saying now is interesting trust and believe I will explore it. I just don't force stat and is vice versa. Also it could be someone that I found interesting. They didn't find me interesting. Adelaide have no interest on taking it further. We all have to respect how people take your energy and I know that that's uncomfortable. I know that makes people feel sensitive. It triggers a lot of abandonment issues. Or whatever issues. We might have from childhood. But that's that comes the brakes and we go through it. I've been through it. I shared my stories about the executive. My own friend like we all go through it. It's Psychos a cyclical and I think that the more comfortable you get with knowing that just because you were nice doesn't mean that you're entitled someone's time or space or energy the sooner you get that through the easier you will navigate spaces with other human beings. Does the Rossy of hand up safe first of all okay? First of all. You're supposed to be a nice person anyway off the Strip. Yeah you when you have an interaction with the person there is no reason for anyone to have a takeaway and I'm not. I'm speaking about general first meeting with a person. There's no reason for you to have anything but a pleasant experience you know. We don't have any reason to to to not meet each other in the middle with the MB peaceable each so that but that doesn't always mean that there's a connection that just means we were being decent human beings as we were in each other space. I'll give you an example though of a different time when you first meet somebody the very first time I met you friend. We were at that March Square. I knew I was just and I don't know what your experience was. I knew that day I was like I'm connected to this game. Something about like you were so cute. Y'All join the immediate all the jokes. She wasn't necessarily cracking them but she was laughing and I was like my guy. She's in her space and she still gets it like it was just. I knew that day but there were other people who were with us they to. I didn't make that kind of connection with I'm saying I say I just want to say outside looking in it's always so like amazing like and I'm just like human connection anyway like thinking about y'all in that moment it was so amazing like the what we were doing effort. Y'All to just connect in like hit it that way was so dope and every time. I can remember the so. It was so high not happy like it was so like deeply embedded in perfect there. When it happened every time you bring it up I can clearly remember ten percent of what shop I remember had on that day everything I swear to God. I remember everything about that day. I had never seen you before as as as large of a you have remember. I was new to the whole Internet back in the day. And so I had never seen you before and it was just like literally you you just drop down into the day. God Damn this is crazy. And we whistles you. Yeah and another example. I'll take the time to us. Is how Claude and I have been friends since we were little. I brought him around the two of you crystal fury jade. Xy You name it and now if you listen to jade and x t he does some of the The sound clip transitions there. We go that takes them from segments a segment. You know. He's working with different people and and that had nothing to do with me. My only job is that I brought you guys around to see what the energy was. And you guys have friendships. That are even outside of your travel text each other. Y'All have projects together. And so that's what I mean like yes. Uncomfortable and confusing and Kim feel similar dating where it's like. Oh Man I thought there was something there and then the other person didn't or maybe they did. And it's like you just gotTa let it be what it's going to be and I think that that's something that I noticed in the conversations where people did feel triggered message. They said it's like I just want you to understand that we have all been on all sides of it and it's always going to be tricky and hard to navigate and honesty. The older you get. I think it's tricky. Because yes shakier because you already kind of like have your way and the things that you do friends that you have and then you're trying to figure out like how New People fit in and what role they play at this convoy. Ha's house like she knows the friends that are fun friends who she calls and she needs to go out somewhere and then you have your friend that you know when you need to like process something that you went through. You know that friend that you call you know if you have a new project you know the one that you call 'cause that's like creative friend that you know like we all have our friends in different compartments. Some friends are all of that. Some friends only pieces of that. And I think it's OK to sorta start figuring out how that all fits in your life completely is completely okay and it's not something for people to take offense to no no. I get it to. That's part of maturity is is understanding the different outcomes in different scenarios that you're in and is not always a strike against you didn't work out like that in personally. I wouldn't want anything other than natural authentic genuine connections with people that I call my friends. Hey I don't want anything forced like you know and it's a very band it's a romance. Say Go ahead. No I was just GonNa say I think it's so important that you brought up all that coming up because all that coming up because it's such a crazy time for us all like like I said my email to like we're all like reviewing how we view things when you look at friends. It's everybody's a person and I guess. People wanted us to talk more about like the science or helping them figure out. Francis people always want to know like. How do you make the circle? How'd you get here? But there's no clear answer onto how you can hold onto people or who supposed to play what position your life. How long that's supposed to be important. I feel like we are because it is energy. And it's like you know these are relationships. Yeah you have to kind of not take people with a grain of salt but you take every person for each experienced you can have with him and it just kind of go from there like right now everybody. I want everybody to go back to. I'm sorry I'm GonNa let you finish because I was WANNA get back so episode because this ties into so well but I just want everybody to get back to themselves like. Don't ask yourself why isn't such colony. You fix your damn self or do what you feel like you need to do to yourself so you can be fixed up to call whoever you want to call and reconnect. Not Call them to berate them. Just call them and be like you know missed you but I feel better now and I feel like I can come to you wholeheartedly and we can talk not act like a brand new but like something you know. We have our time to where we can start down and reset so as one more people take advantage of their. I'm sorry going to know please. I'm I'm glad you're saying that because it saw this is why I wanted to kind of put a pause in just reading the comments because I WANNA make sure that we also cater to the different emotions. That are coming up when we have these kinds of conversations where it's not like you're triggered. Oh well but it's like it's like yeah. It's through these triggers that we know what the next steps are or start the process of figuring out what the next steps are at you know. And that's what the show's about just sharing however navigating those spaces so I just wanted to pause and and make sure to put that out there. 'cause I did notice that a Lotta people were feeling away and like I said not away about us but just about friendships as a whole because like Asante said people Arcana trying to figure out. What's what right now that they're spending a lot of time with themselves and you know what's crazy once again got pissed off. I don't even know why leg is crossed. Got pissed off. I don't know why it was some about the responding in you kept talking. I think does this. I'm mad. I'm mad now. I gotta attitude that Shit up just sent me off like I think that it just feels a little bit change in happens it happens but I wanted to say the mystic zone strikes again. If you don't know what that is. It's an inside joke that we say because every time we bring something up something happens that could firms it affirms it proves services evidence so two things the first one being the friend that I mentioned last week that we have not spoken so obviously this is not like great news but she actually had a parent that passed recently and the message got back to me and of course ego and pass and all that shit goes straight out the window when you know that someone you love is hurting and so. I reached out immediately. I didn't even bring up none of the old shit because it didn't even matter in that you know at that moment and I extended my heart and was like I'm here for you regardless you know all bullshit aside like it's it's you whatever you need. This parent was someone that I loved as well and it was so interesting because we jumped right back into the conversation as if nothing had happened and we didn't even bring up the old stuff it was just like where it wasn't about that it was just like where are you at now you know. And how can we reconnect in? That felt so good but also the timing because I never mentioned are before the show. And it's just something that I hadn't even really been exploited on a personal level so interesting how that works. It's like I put it out there. I mentioned on the show how much I loved her and almost like in a strange kind of heavy way. I got the opportunity to revisit that so life works in mysterious ways and the second thing that the mystic zone strikes again so NASA scientists released an article saying that they detect evidence of a parallel universe where time runs backward. And you can find more on that. You're like it does. I'll tell you I'll tell you fuck is going on anymore. I like pause. Now the world's rewind you don't know what's going on this is your life is crazy but when I saw that I was thinking. Are you kidding me? A parallel universe where time runs backwards. Missiel early been tried to tell us. Community Flame Brench on your year. I wish we can name the episode. That how Fuzzy. Right that among friends thin yeah so back to recap segment that we started forty five minutes ago. The comment that I picked on soundcloud is by Brittany Wilson. Who Says I'm about this topic but I agree with the girl from Alabama shakes? No but I just in Brittany Howard. Oh Damn this is Charlie Wilson Niece. Oh I like both of them long. So she says Seems like no new friends energy. I feel like we could possibly be missing out on some dope relationships. I'm guilty too. So is it boundaries or not wanting new friends. I think we kind of covered that in the conversation that is never. I'm personally I wanNA make it clear. I'm never part of the no new friends collective. I'm open to the people that need to be in my life when they need to be in my life but I'm also not a heavy handed person. I'm open minded person and like I said it's energy so I let the energy do it do? That's where I'm at hundred percent saying I was gonna say I know the to. Y'All is nothing else. I'm the same way friend heavy-handed heavy genitals and I'll just like I'm decided. I heard something. My headphones must be on backwards in the university m year. What'd you to the streets so I WANNA give out to? Cbs News is not just for old people. They have a video from this restaurant in Maryland that intense to use this is what the tweet is says restaurant in Maryland intense to use bumper tables rule and they got these niggles walking around in walkers with inner tubes around him literally looking like grown babies in walkers okay everybody in there looking like culture where Walker offers around him. I never seen those like just in my life. You can literally drink at home. You know. That's not. It's not even fun to be out at that point dusted was you read. Tweeden it riding Ella Mayo. In all caps and like seventy five laughing crying I can feel lost it when I seen this shit. I said now I didn't see a lot of shit in my life and I know grown folks like the play but this you got to give me you. GotTa meet me. Halfway okay. So then the second in last for the second time I omit others. But there's a tweet from at Nino Boogie. Twenty one in I N. O. Underscore Boogie B. O. G. I. E. TO ONE. Who tweeted laughing my ass off. I didn't know motherfuckers recording me. Then motherfucker pick me and my back. I needed my lick bag and accompanied with a video of him at like one of them drive through safari or whatever and it was a big as as a black guy. Whatever young black guy standing outside his car and a big ass? Ostrich-like walked up in video. He's now you can tell. He doesn't realize he's recording with the Astros. 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Ooh dating kill. You know I've been seeing a lot of reports in like for Awhile now. Not just over the past week these have literally been gone for like a month or two like everyone. Just basically trying to figure out what the landscape is going to be like Like during covert. I know a lot of people are talking now about what they WANNA do. Post and where they WANNA go. And I don't WanNa put a damper on any of that because you know we gotta keep peace of mind. Whatever piece that is but in the event that we're just doing this for however long doing this. I WANNA just of go over some things with you guys. Maybe we can provide some tips. Some comedy some A. I can't believe that right now. That's just put on a mask Gal Tila guard and and honestly like we might be in this age where we do want to go outside. You have to wear masks so if you want to date you know. Would there be a section of the dating whereas mask off raw. Damn I didn't even think of that going on a date mask on. It's crazy because a lot of the things that I've seen that come up are about how people are turning to online dating. I mean clearly obvious. That would be an obvious one but online dating spin up. You know anywhere between ten to twenty twenty to thirty percents really depending on whatever APP. It was tender bumble so people are definitely logging on and I was asking people on twitter last night. If they're online dating in a lot of the people were saying that they be logging on and they realize it's a chore and they've Logged Right back so we'll get to a point to where I know people that you know dating because I know a lot of people were just like. Oh I'm fine dating but some of those people are going to be like. I need someone to talk to. You know someone hold me. Love me is that you can boot. Sarsour who the JAM. So it's funny now because we're talking about like friendships and you know what what is a friendship etc so at this point to where you can kind of hit people up and you video chat with them. You can talk to them as long as you want before even thinking about or you actually don't even have to think about me up with them because there is what there is outside. And that's assuming everybody's opinions and Everybody's activities is in alignment in what they WANNA do. New York still fucking. I'm just gonNa tell you right now. In New York City been fucking grocery store runs and I know it. It looked like everybody. I've seen ain't been on their way to and from an essential now. That is an essential item. So I get it but everybody been on back and forth to the grocery store that I've seen on easier streets. I didn't seem looks. I've seen whole bags. I've seen all of that in transit. People walk in get what they need in New York so I just want you to know. I know what they say. We ain't supposed to be doing but I know what it looked like when I see it and I seen some people on the way and on the way back. I didn't seem them and that's really go friend. Let's hear from you know I was GonNa say 'cause know the I've been working on my terrorist furniture. Now I have like a little bistro set and so that means I sit out there and people watch because you know what does that do on the terrorists and I do see the people coming in and out of my building that do not live there with their bonnets. Going into the Uber at seven in the morning. Act which I find really funny that you're GONNA walk out as seventy and would a bondage on and jumping people trying to do what they do it. Yeah people doing what they doing. So I'll start here by US in both the. Oh what do you think of dating during the pandemic not? It doesn't have to be for yourself personally but just in general like do you see anything wrong with it. Do you think there's an opportunity for people to actually meet the love of their life during the pandemic? What are your thoughts? How do you feel hell? Naw Not unless you already knew. It Ain't time me. Nobody knew right now. Should I know you man and I don't know where to what you've been exposed to honor of. You've been quarantined. I Dunno what would day of one of fourteen you own so like. It's not a good time to meet people but it is a good time to fall in love if you already have been dating someone because people have been spending exaggerated amounts of time together and that can go either really good or really bad But it is A great way to foster actual relationship with someone because you have nothing but time to spend together you have an opportunity to encourage each other to stay on track and stay focused during the day and opportunity to come up with creative fun things for you guys to do as date experiences and kind of keep the romance alive. So it's just you know this ain't for the weak at heart okay. This is a time where you really have to apply yourself and put action to the feelings that you're expressing to a significant other if you happen to have one if not. I'm sure there's masturbation and or you know hookups. Maybe a recurring hookup with the same person. I can see that going on to you. Know what I'm saying but fires I just walking on the street. You know what I'm saying like I would normally do. Just meet somebody or whatever no hell Know no but you well. I myself me personally and not doing any of that. I've been chilling kind of lying a little bit about that. But I'll get back to that because I was my point so I I have to watch how this should panning out for all the different configurations in my life I have friends that have been in relationships that are long distance already and they what strengthened their relationship was being able to travel to see each other every month or every couple of weeks. I mean that's what kept it going so now they can't even do that. Is made it really challenging. But I think it's super cute like a Maya who is shared this publicly so solid. I'm sharing personal business. But she shared our IGGY. Tv. How her and her fiance are. They did have date night every week where they actually get dressed and she does her make up he puts like a nice outfit and she puts an outfit. She does her hair and then they like have dinner together like that they cooked together virtually so like they make the same thing and then they sit and have dinner together and then watch a movie. You because you know what Netflix you have come on. Is Not the cutest. Why can't you like we're GonNa make this together and eat it together? And then they watch like movies so cute because she said they have to like try to start at the same time. But there's always that little bit a delay because you can never get it at the right time so just cute stuff like that and just seeing who has found the work around to this pandemic. Where's actually strengthening their creativity. Their interest like how they feel about each other. But I've also seen the opposite where it's it's it's made people realize like I actually don't like you all that mud like you're actually not as interesting you remorse so convenient based on the circumstance or the couple of times that. I did get to see you but now that we have so much time. There's like not much there and so I've seen that where relationships have collapsed. I've seen people finally take that leap from someone. They had been interested. Maybe you know appear or on instagram or something and finally be like fuck it yellow. I mean you know. We don't know whether we're going to be at the end of the year. A reach out to them and start back next to every. Is that that connection. And you know people add no people personally. That are moving because someone they got super close to moving to go out and said it's very like like moving our like hell. No my roommate man posted a mind fucking hit me. Hell no sucking moving. Because they found someone that they've really fucked with my heart body in like I'm moving to be closer T so we can figure out if this thing so that's what I'm saying. I have seen so much now. The danger zone. Which is the fire that I am currently dabbling in is when there was someone who had kind of been on your heels and you're too busy to pay them attention before and now. I'm so thin you see that was amazing. Have Y'all experienced that with somebody where you're now having more conversations because that's the thing too because you can't see each other there's more talking. Well I mean I should speak for myself. I can't do everybody off. I can't say so what it is Justin as killing me right now. I'm still point. I'm still at the point. That right there. He was the way he the look for. Because if I started dating somebody like right out but the time line is going to be off so I don't know how much I share share. Go ahead nothing. Just quarantine is a great time to get to know people and I'm GonNa I feel like it's better to play safe so like you know. This is the time win. It just naturally it. You're naturally inclined to focus on one person. If you're concerned with that you know and so it get you. Caught up girl edsall. S When I'm at I'm telling you I've been paying too much attention to someone and before I knew it I was like do I like this person. I'm like Oh no what did I do? I gotta get busy again. So do I knew I knew with a grab that. That's off line anyway. Yeah so I wanNA differentiate something just like me and my personal when it comes to like dating if it's going to be the whole zoom thing and trying to figure out steps forward. I'M FOR THAT. But if you're one of those people you rely on like the physical. I'm not saying that you gotta get. I don't WanNA put up there. You know you need to keep getting whatever you need to get if you have like just have some sort of awareness and like precaution on your heart because it's a pandemic and I don't want to be realistic like I don't WanNa say I want to sit here and be like don't Hook up because people don't hook up so what I want to say is if you're going to hook up like we just WanNa put out like good. Never mind put it out. What are you putting out dated? Never forget they need to put everybody to be on the court so like do so if you do show for hookup. Both y'all guy mask on and they point you to the scene. Well that'd be good practices set up in place for people still going out during the pandemic because these absolutely you get on them some of them they know they usages up. So you know you'll get on them. They'll try to sell you their mask. They'll try to tell you about therapy that they're paying attention to the pandemic and they're trying to do their due diligence by making sure that people using the APPs are doing so as well so can. I'm sorry go here there to your point. Speaking of paying attention dating and masks. It's a great time to take your chance baby. Can't nobody happy he'll face. This is the time if you have insecurities of their view a person who laughed like this the hand over your mouth. Listen your time puts you outfit on and maybe you need to be one of them offer because I was talking about who is seen walking up down the street because you never know who else be walking on the street but this is a time. Put your mask on if you're if Yo- if your top thirty seven percent of your faces working favor and you can maybe add bang to cover to add depth in texture. Why not you know what I'm saying is the park. Fellas played a head on with the mask. The symmetry workers your favorite. You may fuckers may be cuter with the mask on and it's time to get it on out there and get it on in there if you know what I'm saying and to the other point that if you don't want to trust mask face that's why I gotta take it back to the way to call somebody masks. They've gotta here mask thing would but if you don't want to deal with mass base that's one offer zoom crew like sit on zoom. Really get to know people see somebody that you want to rock way after pandemic because it's easier to practice for those people that are out there wondering like how to find friends or relationships. Whatever you whatever connection you China Sea zoom in the online way. It's the easiest way to weed out what you do or don't want and that's you actually put the effort in trying. You could be talking to somebody online. Realize their complete idiot. And you WANNA fuck with more. You Ain't got them no more. They don't know what you mean. He did exactly they ought to have is your IP address. Okay but you know it's interesting. I've seen people tweeting about having first dates on zoom and. I'm like. Wow did you imagine that's so interesting like so? Yeah I don't know show that awe and then y'all just press this link and appear on each other screens and then just like start talking like maybe I'm old but I'm like. Wow that gives me exactly at Kit. Imagine let me tell you something else. It's a big difference between and above and head to toe so a marker can look like your Dream Girl in make you happy. He from above in the end. You know they show up and it's a nightmare on elm you know but you like aside Asante portent to me like how you smell even though energy even interview for it he told me so. What's your preferred body? Wash News since live like imagine it virtually like this is. I'm out of my scope on this. I have to admit I'm very ozone I'm still on the like bump into you on the street and we look at each other and somebody says Event or in a store or maybe I can even do mutual friends. Like Hey Fran you know I'm someone so spread and interested in you. I've had that happen. So that's like my comfort zone with dating. I have not been at the point yet where I can just somebody. Just kinda shoot me. Izumi link and be like. Let's give it a try. I'm not there. I'm old bro with the. That's the thing so people. Because people have been used ask pre pandemic certain people have practice but if it makes you feel any better people still bad at it let people have been on it for so long and they still suck like when. I was reading people last night telling me how they got back on the options to realize it was a headache all over and get right back off like just like dating in person where you can meet your Weirdos is just the same online and sometimes you meet cooler people in line because people don't like to leave the house but that's a whole nother but there was a dating service for college students. Okay Zimmer and it came about I WANNA say in March two years students They saw singles were being sent back to their hometowns. Were dating pools their limited. So this allowed you know. People are students to connect that you know. Don't want to connect with the folks. They live with earlier around. And then there's a facebook group called Corona crush like a lot of miscellaneous. Can we please name the episode? I read I. May I was a little bit like hit nothing on this nine clicking the like on news? I leave him comment. I don't even WanNa see the hours on this like I don't know about that but people are trying to find and when I say people I just mean anybody not like a lot of people a little bit of people everybody just anybody people that are trying to connect and all I want people to do is just. I feel like plenty. People could benefit from reflecting before connecting. And that's why for the people that want to do the whole online. Because I like that. Listen you know when you're like based based on a day is sometimes? It's hard to pull out that next door to put away like you're crazy or whatever so if you online and doing like a damn honesty box back and forth with Nichols before doing the video or whatever. It's a great way to kind of just figure out what you like what you don't like and I just think it's a great way to get the toothpaste spots off the Mir you take you don't then connect shoot Choo Choo Ademir cleaned Amirah. U-b-e-r ME to a point that I did not think to make but this is a really good point like people that just not for people that don't feel like doing shit but they always go above and beyond when they like date. This is a good opportunity. I was reading somewhere where these people were doing day in. The Guy Actually ordered food to the girl's house so they got food at the same time you're talking about the so Nigga still bought her me. You know what I'm saying issue. She got enjoy from the comfort and they got me. My heart just swelled was kind of cute. You know you open the door to again pair but at least the food is you know so there are people that want to dress up and feel nice and do it and then they don't WanNa put a out on the Internet ceased to Lou zoom date. And hopefully they not snapping away and save them but I just feel like now is the time that if people wanNA connect you can still do it from the comfort of your home. You just need to be intentional in doing so I it. I mean I find honestly I love this conversation because it is something like. I said that I've just have not found myself able to navigate like if we were quarantined. Let's say I mean. Obviously I don't think it's going to be that way but if we were just quarantine forever where it's like. The people you know is just who the fuck you know like the odds of meeting New People. I very slim now. I'm going to have one hell of a time trying to date because it it already have the words I use this would be challenging for because I and I have friends that have said like you'll try the APPS in. It's not that I have anything against them. It's just the I know what works for me and I. I do not see myself reading. A list of a person. Just listing off things and may be like Ou. He's six whatever feet and a hundred or whatever pounds and he read this book. Let me give tries like is is. It's obviously not like it's off. You know it's funny. You say that too because there's so many. Apps Asi that this is going to be like an ongoing conversation for a while it has been already but it's just GonNa continue to be Did YOU WATCH UPLOAD AMAZON? Ya I did. I started 'cause you yeah I'd interesting. Are you in the first or second episode ABC past that? I think I'm on like the maybe fourth and fifth episode. Have you watched our destiny? You'RE GONNA Watch. I don't watch those about anal own way. Not going to do not engage so upload is funny that they're using this APP called and basically nightly as hookup APP and it's supposed to be science-based in it always hooks them up with people that they're supposed to like just fit right with and I just thought it was funny that it was in the future. They still talking about these dates and shot today now by the way because we talked about Upload I love her left on that show Leifer in general but I just think that it's really really funny to that. People that have all the experience on APPs are still bad at it because there are people that have been asked forever and apps like some of their profiles are other what they're interested in what they like but there's some of them they've been for so long it's just a list of what they don't want to what they don't like and then depending on what you're on or who's using it you don't know if people are looking for dates or if they just trying to get to know someone quick enough to with or you don't know if you want to put yourself out there because of what you do. So it's Kinda hard to navigate these waters but I feel like the conversation is going to continue to grow because as more people turn to the APPS even for short long-term I just want everybody to kind of be respectful when they're online. I feel like because we started before we even thought about dating online. We started kind of just abusing the Internet. If you will like people were so used to being anonymous trolling. I that when it comes to certain things that they don't know how to kind of like not necessarily switch gears but put a different set of intention into what they want in those in those spaces and we really talked about hourly talk about dating or absolutely hear such kind of wanted to like get into that a little bit. Because I can't believe that I've been seeing these reports for literally over a month about like dating and like I've seen full on youtubers. I don't know if this the theme of the Youtube Community Right now or has been like youtubers talking about like online dating tips. Or how off my my Corona Bay? And I'm just like this is crazy but I know people me Michael wrote no but you know. Do you know Jasmine from net flicks? She thinks she goes by Jasmin. Be Joing twitter so she put out a tweet a couple of months ago. I believe maybe even a couple of weeks ago where she was like basically being transparent about the fact as a black woman she is not had luck on the dating apps point blank period but she also understood that her experience is not a monolith. Obviously there's a range of with these APPs like you said Corona Bays people getting married people moving out of states to you know move closer to their base. That's our our experiences so she asked on twitter. If you had a good expanse like tell me about it what happened. Which APP. How did you meet? How has it been and it turned into the most beautiful black love found in the APPS ASS? Thread that for two point. Five seconds made me rethink my entire position because it was so beautiful. You saw weddings. You saw you know the the like this is the first day we met and then like this is us now and it just was so beautiful. They have pictures of their kids pictures in their houses but their dogs. And and not you know like obviously as with anything there's going to be the good and the bad but I only know of the bad so it was kind of Nice to see a threat of only the good so that you can see in real time and firsthand that this should does work for people that would prove it was beautiful. It was endless. Swear had like thousands of responses or any Listeners is proved to please share the tail. Good that's a good call. I've just always been interested in people connecting and I always think back to my own personal experiences like even when it comes to friends. I met a lot of my friends online like I was living in Atlanta doing videos and just talking to people in New York. La like all these different places. So it's weird that for the longest time. I didn't think that I was equipped with being in a long distance relationship. And I still don't really know if I have all of the tulips to do so. I have always been able to be like yeah. Friendships like easy. So now that we are in this day and age where it's like relationships could be bred from it. I'm glad that we had a season of catfish before we got here. So people could at least have that kind of like ring in their head because when you zoom like it's kind of you worry less because you get to video people but it sucks because technology is still so advanced then people could still be on that bullshit. So fuck around ahead Steve Harvey doing big time and day. I'M GONNA WHY. Imagine someone's deep faking your zoom. I can't I can't and that's why exist. Why not my thing right there because it's too inauthentic and I'm a person who and this is by no means taken away from that because I actually think he's really dope anytime. People can find a way to connect with APPs. If you using that two points actually number one. I like the physical interaction. I like the way that they're literally feels almost like I like all that. Yeah I'm a person who I and. I think that the two of you have absolutely see me an action before tatum games. I'll go for it very inspiring but second of all I think it is dope though right now for people who do use the APPS and all that shit because there has quite often been stigma attached to that has made it like something people like to keep a secret or I saw you on after right after he don't right now people kind of have to be on the absolutely say the APPS for those who are listening. We're talking about dating popular dating APPs like a bumble tinder grinder. Jack Shit like that and so quite often like I said. There's a negative stigma. That's attached to those absent being on there. Which is why a lot of people were catfish on those apps? Hopefully now that. It's almost the only way that you can have that sort of engagement with people. Maybe that will. Stigma will be removed a little bit. These APPS can thrive like Chappie out. Chappie I did work with them. One time to so so for my call to action if you are on the APP since we're starting this communication on it go. Redo your profile and it something fun. Positive Informative okay is not like when you go to a profile. And they say niggers. Ain't Shit I'm so tired of Xyz and got a bunch of videos doing Tik toks Ghada. Here what is this saying? Who fucker you listening? Everything they don't like like or come if you way this much don't come of. This is your complexion. Don't come. It's just like Whoa. What is Margarine? They look like Gargle male and La's then they put this really burns me. They put and they even do this shit on. There's a cycling class that I went to. You had to pick the the instructors shit and they put the album art for different types of music that they play or whatever and those classes now that made sense right but what is this on these dating profile. People have pictures of the albums. They like. I listen to this music to listen. I'll listen listen to to that. Don't mean nothing that's not. I don't I don't know what I'm saying. I don't care about this and movies. That's it'd be number says love like we both like Arianna Guerande thank you. This is just so stupid to me but for those who are works for. I think it's beautiful thing because like I said I'm all about connection period shaming here by any means. Yes let's by. How do we just mentioned the same at this? What was that that would be out cold on? I need a moment hold on. You only want to do. That was weird Bugs Avenue. I was going to say this Sham Buti who first of all congratulations our sham. Budi Margot we love and was so excited for you but she has a show on Qube and it's a it's a show where obviously she's giving her clinical sex advice in sex expert advice and she actually had an episode about your dating profiles teaching you ways to zoos it up a bit you know. She had like a round table which was really cool where she asked people like. What did they find most challenging about creating the profile? Why are they so good at it? Why were they so bad at it? And people share their thoughts on what has worked. Hasn't what they personally avoid when they're looking at people's profiles like you know what makes them? Swipe left or right and it was just good because even though. I'm not someone that's on the APPS I still find it really fascinating to see how people navigate those profiles like you know. She was even making fun of their pictures. Like why would you put a picture with ten other people in it? When you're supposed to be the focus first of all Shannon Budi is about to make me download the Qubiya. Because that's a show that I will watch it so good. I was this close. Because of their short form content senior to me. And she's in really good company over there for so shuttled to her. She deserves that definitely working so hard for so long and you know. That's what happens when people try to hate on. Shit one minute next to you now. Here's a new show on baby to Shambhu for for this good season of her good man. Tried and acquitted has free trials. They have free trials so you can't even get it out so you can attest to. That may be wondering if you want to join qube but checked out that. I don't even speak English where I love Shampoos family. Thank God that episode. Yeah I love this shit and I want to be in line with that. That's kind of why I wanted to talk about APPS. I wanted to provide a little transparency. I've had my share of times on APPs but y'all have known me on twitter for Social Media and I've always been kinda like off and on social media as a whole any fucking away so apps have never been like the best difference but I have had successful APPs in the past and by this I have successfully lane make it. Why do is say yes? The event at one point all I was doing with seeing. Yes okay so awesome. Oh my God could not before Ru. I've been successful at procuring. Whatever I was looking for at the time of usage like shell the episode about the real out the real. I love this. I used to watch every. What does she look like? That always change. Sorry about your dating back. They need to be stopped. But I wasn't trying to get out of this. No I'm right there with you talk because West Bank. You thank you so yes. I've been successful using the said dating apps for whatever I was using them for at the time and I was surprised at the quality of personnel was meeting and it was kind of cool because they were surprised at said when it was meeting me as well I just like just because you know sometimes you need people just in general in person like you know you out at a party or whatever you just. Kinda like But then sometimes you see people that you would like. Maybe you would talk to. But you're intimidated or you don't think that it's right or whatever and then to meet that person circumstance and then you. Kinda just hit off for the moment I wanna say hit it off and you think that you found your next husband whatever but you ended up in that moment and you thinking like Oh this is like a cool person that acted like actually like get to know. I think that it's cool. That you can have those experiences but I also think that now is the time where you have to be really clear on. Actually maybe not be clear by the ashes. They usually clear to yourself before you even worry about being clear someone else would be clear yourself about what it is that you don't want when you're looking for somebody online because if you're just looking for a momentary connection find someone else's looking for a momentary connection for one person that might mean just someone to talk to a highlight in the morning on zoom before they get to the other business they don't gotta deal with their sales to start today or some shit versatile perpet- a puppy. But some people might be looking for that damn hookup to you know that quarantine relief and lonely just lonely need someone because loneliness is going to differ for for other prefer different people so some people might be physical but for some people. It still might just be that emotional for some people. They might want that longtime for some people they just want that momentary like or just that piece because for me a lot of meeting people on absent one point was just peace of mind of knowing that like. I like meet someone hit it off and maybe way to be throwing them away as much as you know when this is gonNA sound real tired terrible but you know when someone's in a relationship and they get in trouble for somebody else and they're like I just wanted to know I still got it so it's good to know that like you can go out with someone and like make them laugh and have a really good as time and then be done with that so because some people just want like a good time for the night like just that escape from whether it's in the future this I was always meeting people. Luckily that were like they were busy. Like creatives or business people so they want it sometimes. They didn't want like sex but they just want it like that momentary companionship. Just to know that people were decent and I thought that that was so cool because I'd work in restaurants offer so and my wife would just use a meeting. People turn and burn and tables and they were all shit. I'm like people are shit like people putting so to me like a complete stranger after a few days maybe your moments texting and then be on. Oh that's cool. I can meet someone. They they know how to treat the person working in the service like this dope and then be like play our really one another person to call no more or like stuff like that like. I feel like it's niche. Yeah exactly so. During the pandemic people are going to be looking to get they itches. Scratch so I just want us all to want us to remove shame from APPS. I want us to remove shame from feeling. I want to remove shame. You know what I'm saying. So you know when I say removed from feeling like it's okay to know that you're in quarantine but still feel like you WanNa leave and I'm not saying that you should leave or you have to leave because when you take inventory a Lotta time when I feel like I wanNA leave. I take him until Tony and I'll be like I don't really want so for those. Sounds where you think that you do take inventory. If you feel like you still do. I just want you to be in good practice of how you can be protecting yourself whether it be your mental your physical and how you can survive in other spaces now yelling here. My heartaches yes hot tape. Now's the perfect time to cheat. I okay never mind okay. Never mind tape. If you're in a relationship now is the perfect time to break up with though never mind I mean Molina who see these are case by case I see to where they broke up and now they're in the house stuck in. That sounds like a nightmare during times like this And don't get them pregnancy. You have another reason be stuck. Oh Jesus heartache. Now is the perfect time to have an open relationship. I was talking to somebody. About how perfect time that if you in something to really like work and just be in it. And they were like no. It's the perfect time for me to take my ass on or try to figure out how to digitally open up my options and then turn the insane digital digital get down. It was terrible. I don't know about right now. Being the best time for to open up know like I just feel like now is the perfect time to not piss anybody else off and I think for the highest take like This kinda ties me back to what I was feeling when I watched insecure and even the conversation about like friends and stuff everybody that is like feeling some type of way about something and you don't know what to do with it because I had to have a conversation about some things have conversation with myself about a few things and that's realized and I'm going to do this today. 'cause she gonNA listen to this to me now. I need to call my mom back after watching the world closed in on her. She seemed to call her mom. And I don't know where everybody's relationship with family but now's the time to just getting close with your family are wondering where they friends are at like sometimes friends. We're all still people. And because we all have those like deep rooted childhood traumas or curses. Were trying to break. I think if we all spend just a lot of time with our family right now it'll help us kind of figure out where we WANNA be in life. Even with the she going on outside. It'll help us take a look at whether we need to look at our business stuff and what we wanna work on whether we actually want to take somebody that we missed in feel like. We might own apology to bring up. Oh Shit like now just the time to really get back to your roots so call. Your Mama Call You Daddy. Just talk to family like just kind of go back to your roots and figure out what it is. That makes you happy. Keep that happy. Oh that's all close enough in. You know closing thoughts for me use. You reminding me of the friends that I've made because of the Internet. Kinda made me realize like damn. I have made some awesome friends because of the Internet like I had my set of awesome friends already from schooling and traveling and you know neighborhood and family friends and stuff. But I've I have a whole set of Internet friends. That are fucking epic legendary amazing people that changing the landscape of the world as we know it. Iago seem you pop up with him one day but I you know it made me think like wh why is it? That with friendships have had such ease. And then when it comes to dating I have. Do you know like a wall up. When at the end of the day both have to do with energy? It's not like I just said in the when we were discussing during the recap have to feel at. I just kind of find it interesting how I have made room for that with friends. But not for men and dating so something for me to think about as a final thought. is Dustin puff. Puff PUFF PUFF DOT over here. Let me tell you something. Stay at home. Make it work with the one. Love the one you with. That's what you need to do right now is love the one you with. And if you ain't got one love your damn self so that once outside opens back up you can get you one the real way. Okay in the meantime if you need to satisfy your need for human engagement on social media APPS or virtually nothing wrong with that ain't nothing wrong. Just make sure you're ready to get it on soon as outside open back up so I have to say Justin can we get like arena wrong going like I would love if we were like ones with like a bunch of people in just hurry people are doing? I know it'd be through computer but after watching this is gonNa to parlay into something else and I'm so sorry but after watching housewives be so entertaining and I was like this actually could hold me off you know. Entertain me for about some visit. Stay there I got something to tell you later. Go all right man yes. That's it for this week's hot button. I would love. Thank you guys for. Trust me with this. I know. Sometimes I'd be a little too high so I took one puff today and I was GonNa wait. I'm GONNA treat myself. Hey I appreciate Yaw. So that was it again. I want you all that are out there listening to share with us. Some of your experiences. If you've had really good experiences dating share those with us and had really bad experiences share those as well but what you learn from those bad experiences because sometimes we just WanNa know that it's going to be okay on the other side of things even if you don't know if it's cameras out of the screen s it is a fitness wherever that provides personalized insights on the performance of. Your sleep. How you recovered. How your body is doing. How much stress and exertion you put on your body throughout the day and night every day when you get up you get a recovery score based on your HR V. Resting Heart rate and sleep performance. 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Which I didn't even know was the thing but I knew it was something I wanted to do. And thank God for whoop and their famous wearable. Because guess what if I didn't know now I know is offering fifteen percent off with the coat fringe zone at checkout go to whoop W. H. O. P. Dot Com and enter friends on checkout to save fifteen percent sleep. Better recover faster and train smarter optimize your performance with whoop today today today. Now I would love to bring in the wintertime so we can hear some health wellness from you. Yeah so this week myron. This segment is simply this follow. Jason Derulo on tiktok sparked this up right now. The man jumping pits making damn cakes. He's to tell us they. He is not a wealth of like come on. Every time does suing the day every time that video pops up on my time line. I lose it. I find him hysterical. What did you tweet eat? It's freeing with us some with the hands like house cracking up frank way. I want to trigger the people that are listening. I have to pull up that video every time. The he comes on hold on is this. It got to have like a season. Ask you guys. He's brilliant and in amazes me. How people are so annoyed by. Why are people so annoyed by him? He's just having fun right because he's Corny. People can't take that but he's also successful and guess what else. Jason Derulo is whether you like them or not talented as hill as he can dance world toys like I was amazed at his home production crew. The back first of all his pool is a mood. That whole his whole and the dog and production crew like. He's out here doing it but I personally find him so funny. I love it. Seems like he genuinely does not care that people find him to be such a cheese ball. He's having the time of his life making his cakes and doing his little tick. Tock dances in his sparkly. Bundy t shirts. That are bedazzled. Love it I love it. I find him to be a joy I think he is medicinal. That's medicinal agree friend and for most of you which when I posted that video the comments you will see that. He is healing for a lot of you and a lot of other ways. 'cause y'all feeling some things with his little gyration too so that's literally that is literally my wellness segment this week. If you need a good lap we have to do some recorded videos of we have to. We have to do it but if you if you WANNA laugh if you need to to just have a good time odds Zach follow Jason Derulo and and get you sound. So that's it for this week's wellness segment Asante. We're back to you with the music man am. I'm not mad. I love talking about mirrors. And because we're talking about mercy I gotTa say that I'm the music man and do I can. Mesa Chapman enlisted man. Pull up whatever listening to let me up. I wanted to give guys like a play by play of the versus because I thought it was going to be one. Watch the SPECIES ALL COMING TRUST IN. Say No no. No no clue watch saw can do it right now is that I got I got to is and did a hustle friend. That's looking for this video to do the days rolling as we speak THUMB THUMB. Moving here we go. Is that a Tiktok Song. Now is the song and of course I found it because I was like. Who Sings this shit? Most tiktok songs are actual songs but a lot of them do break on. His name is L. P. Pootie and the song is called addressing. Got Out the most and fight own toss. Actually I love how you said no response. Today it go. I just didn't really listen to it. Because Jason Derulo listen to now because you're going to picture him Jerry record but as a going here. Breast Bugs Bunny a shirt he got on. He was doing the dance. I said damned they buzzed. It hasn't really been DVD. That's all folks. The bugs bunny died. I should like a airbrush rest in. Peace t shirt with the sleeves cut off. I tell us and I was going to send him that share. He say he's GonNa do the Jason Derulo Hans. He opened the by Senate taxis and might as well. Don't get me started on. Go ahead so not. Thank you for a little type. Tom This weekend in verses. Nellie went up against ludicrous snap your Charlotte Billboard. They have a very well. Put together article. That gives you the play by play which I refer to at times because sitting in the instagram lives are fun when I could be when someone apple. Tv Up until someone has wifi issues but these are very real things. I'm not I'm no longer. I should say upset that these WIFI issues happening understand. Now that everybody's home that there are these issues. I've cursed out my Internet provider several times over the same thing so to get started. Brown one started with are actually no. It was ludicrous. Anneli Lewis started with welcome to Atlanta. And now we went onto jazzy phase. Nana Nana clear winner. Here was ludicrous but Did you watch any of the the battle before? I do a lot of this or do some of this because I'm not going to do the whole thing anywhere. No not really you watching bit. I watched a couple of minutes of it. I was running out. I had chicken on so I was reading the room. I had to check in and turn this chicken on. But well see this is back and forth okay so so before even thinking about the actual versus. Who would you have thought or? Who would you want to win or thought to win? I would say ludicrous but less now front like like Natalie don't have hit after hit after it. Yeah I just personally I if I talk about what I was listening to that time. I was definitely listening to more than I was much more. I keep wanting to say lenny. I'm like my tongue is have time saying Nelly I was listening more Luda than Nelly. I agree with you. One hundred thousand present like as a to win I was I listened to more Lou just naturally but I did have to lie. Sit back can be like Because nearly did have so many hits I hear so many hits and songs that like like broke like just random ass records like the fucking drew video being played later. And I don't uncut all the fucking time like okay. I just what about you Essen? Did you have a clear winner in your head? Or going to ludicrous. I was more into ludicrous. Ho Ho use a whole. I love that kind of ludicrous so I thought it was so funny. Because Ludicrous. He dressed up for the occasion. He brought the ludicrous throwback. He had on the Basketball Jersey and Shit but in times when they got to like serious points of conversation it was so funny to me to watch him darts like charter to have to take him seriously with the Afro in the chain and Shit on it was so funny I love the music. Nellie got some good music too. He had a song on his first album when he would be like You can find me. And saying little way where they're gonNA play talk or day nine something Guy John and some others the smoke date. That was the jam. So I'm saying that for my Saint Louis people shout out to my Nigga and enjoy it. Yeah so it was good but I'm ready to move on. You know have decided who's GonNa be next one twelve verse jagged edge right you line or autopsy. Here we go again. You only believe me for it to catch a beautician. Is it really? Yes I'm telling you? They said that they. Swiss beets and timber. When we're talking about how they wanted one twelve versus jagged is and I would be. I would tune in hell. Yeah that's my shit right there. That's good I would like to see Mary. J. Blige versus Jay Z. I think that'd be a great versus battle arranged a hit and you know what I'm saying. A bunch of New York moment are also think mariah versus drake would be hot hit for hit both Hughes Catalogue. I have a you know what I'm talking about. You're doing right there because I liked catalogs. You know what I'm saying. I like the whole strike story in the style of the artists. Have Anyway Soda here like these very artists that kind of not necessarily similar lands but similar. 'cause Mariah definitely like nearly Mary J. Like definitely like these are people that have these really like polarizing deep like amazing hits and I would love to hear them talk to each other like Marian J that that would you be down the highway another one. I told her I wanNA see some old people. Dionne Warwick and Patty. I'm saying I said I think some somebody who don't give a fuck what they will come out their mouth. You know what I mean. I think that'd be really good so because Eric Ngo was nice and for the culture and we were fortified in so many different ways by that battle. But I WANNA laugh too. So let's get somebody on there. Who is a loose cannon the loosest cannons if you will? Brian PUMPER versus Mr Market. Would they be showing versus how I met a method? This is happening. One thing that was also pointed out from Arkansas. It is kick Jack so okay you guys back. Wow all I was GONNA say is be put up this article and they said Sierra is the real winner of Nellie lose versus battle and I think that that was definitely a great mentioned because I continuously saw the the Ho the Oh that verse go up and Luda and everybody remembering just how hard it and put like. All these people shutouts a low-key like his life depended on and talk about a pocket. Jesus like I love that verse. Linda Krizet ludicrous already. Been like bucking up features since Sierra like before Sierra came so I thought it was so fly like at the moment when he butted up all over again because I still I still like go back to like the missy Elliott one minute man but even before that I still go by the fatty girl like he just has these. Like the disclosure style of rapping. That was so hot and Nelly. Just really put his whole sexual on the map you feel so it was so hard for me to wonder like who actually would win this and Lewan but anyone Luda one on billboard. They show here that they have like bonus rounds suffer wider catalog. They gave big. That's Tonelli wider. He says he does have a wider Cadillac. Yeah so for Wider Cadillac. They gave that. What E. R? No but Yes yes. Yes but now shit. They said they Nellie. He was so playful in his song selection Becau- and like putting unexpected pop deviations Surprising remix choices on nearly was doing that night. It wasn't just Internet drinking and smoking. What's his smoking now? That was me radio. He's just was playing. I can tell me saying what was interesting trick daddy and Trina guiding the studio together and did the battle the other night it wasn't a part of the versus series but it was that same energy and trick daddy couldn't get his energy his Internet connection together or whatever so he ended up pulling up to the studio where Trina was in time. It took from him to get to the home where he was to the studio. Or Trina was Trina her home. Girls are cousin Bobby Lights. They are guys so high on camera and they were drinking eighteen forty to nineteen forty two or whatever and they were is treated was playing her song. Her hits back to back to back nonstop. Ansi went on a nineteen minute tirade about haters in the industry. Let's look it up on Youtube. It was some great great great. I G. TV mock contribution to the music man said. Oh you contribute beautifully every week and I appreciate both of you for doing so paint better. Trina I was showing somebody a random ass video the other night that I just spoke with this little moreau song overtime featuring Trina and it just brings me back to what I've always said about. Trina and even well before she did. That Zomba Trina and and I hate the fact that she that she is pushed to do this. Because it's not like she's doing this. All Willy Nilly like. She doesn't do this. She has pushed to do such. I hate the fact that China is literally the embarrassment said probably over said she is the girl that goes above and beyond and works with everybody like she doesn't hate she. Don't stop nobody. She literally shows up like overdose. What the fuck she needs to do in like pushes others and inspiring to see and I hate the fact that Trina hasn't been given and not to say that she needs to be given but Trina deserves so she should have been given a platform a long time ago whether it be like a big label deal and not give her money to to run a label. But like I want to see her put these artists on and put her records out. I WANNA see. Trina Trina doing greater things than what she's been doing. And I blame the industry. I don't blame her well. I agree that Trina deserves more based on what she's given to the rap music industry because Trina has given a lot and she can undoubtedly be credited with a Miami female rap. Sound a static affect or that shit when you hear trainers voice. No one ever sounded like that. No one ever sounded like that rapping about some of the things she was rapping about and no one ever married that with Glamour. In the way they see the it other girls came before her but Trina was very original in what she presented and I think that she's done impeccable job of keeping her ball rolling. Trina is consistently on the road touring. She has maintained a dedicated fan base. That goes across all different Demographics okay it. Ain't just black girls. They just black gays and ages white gays and ages gays like people fuck with. Trina and another thing that I think she deserves. Recognition for is the fact that she has great industry relationships and so much. So that when you have seen her the rare occasions going the fuck off the first question you ask is what they do. Yup because she don't do nothing but go out of her way to so love to everybody especially the younger. Rabbi Girls. That came underneath her so literally. So's love so. I think industry professionals. You know that work in proximity of entertainment period. I think it's a great model to follow when it comes to the way you receive your peers you get so much more done together my Nigga. Didn't you know that crabs in a barrel shit down? Well we've talked some really good talks for music now. I WANNA get to the part that hopefully you all been waiting for and this is the listens lately friend. Lucky I know what you're listening to but I would like to hear hopefully what else you've been listening to lately. Outside of Jason Derulo his low cake making Bacon and all that now like scrolling. 'cause I've actually been listening to a lot which I wanNA pick so or few you know a Princess Nokia. Yes yes. Listen Sir yes you got a new song right. She has a new project. Oh Shit Yeah and so. The song that I like is a song called. I like him. Have you heard it is really cool? This is how it goes. Q walking psych diesel. How I do it lot. I'll take the play a little boys. I do not the need long queue right. I of friends what you she said I can like him to. He's now but you know she actually dropped two projects. Everything sucks and everything beautiful. I Love Right. Answer has right heard girl so this one is off of the everything sucks side. And it's called like him and I. It's just a vibe. It sounds mad. Cool especially when you play it out loud And then let me see what else. Oh you know what I gotTa Shout Out Low of J Davey Fame. Who We know him for his production but you know he actually dropped a record of his own really. Yes which I think is is called a one our hope. I'm pronouncing it right and is under the low on spotify and Mrs how it goes Right dope to hear him step out as an artist because that's long-awaited and it was nice to hear some like J. David vibe production. I don't want say Jay because it's him obviously but it just to hear his sound again. I should say 'cause it's been a minute with a what the name of their song year. Oh One zero one. Oh so he going by just a low okay. I see just John Again songs. Download right and that's it. That's it for me for now. Okay Dustin Ross. Which you've been playing over there. I think we all can agree Y'All know what came out last week. Y'All know who I love. You already know boy already know and I got evil good. He say he said well guess what else he said this timeframe he said he said she make temperatures cause permanent pain. Get the turn the tattoo gun on. That's all because if you want some future quote what I'm talking about for those who haven't picked up where we putting down yet. Future released a new fooling studio album high off life. Oh boy know March madness coating crazy my savages. These Never stopped. These are songs by future. That throwaway when he said gone for the get it over with sex ED lug on on the late night mean that much to you. My Love don't mean that much to Oh my God. He's like these song so damn price attached to their feelings okay. Free would have feeling but futures. New Album came while several songs. I love I've decided not to play any samples because I feel like they won't do this. Music Justice But check out accepting my flaws checkout to comfortable where he says. Bitch. Don't get too comfortable. Check out Tycoon these are songs that I love so futures new album high off life. That's all I have to say. Yes check it out. I might play him in my house just for you. I'm telling you see how see how my walls react for Toji. He's told you make decisions a plan to walk off to the terrorists and close the door. Okay well you may behind him because he's been plans to get to walking out thin bro. Audrey to book shop Lahore's in Emma. Let's go for it if they walk in. I don't be that one seymour okay. Who are also in music I'm not gonNA play these songs going to shout out a couple of songs play one or two but I want to start with Khloe highly. Cute as they do in the Music Bank so the music banks. I like the record to show that chloe and Halle bangers on last project that still bang but this right here do it do it. I have been playing this song and watching the video over and over and over again I love these young ladies these women. They deserve the world. I love that. Parkwood is really you know really doing what needs to be done. Because they have been talent like a four speed been recognized since youtube like just to talented young ladies doing everything they damn selves like making these arrangements harmonies doing everything so. I just love the fact that they're out here looking amazing and being amazing they've done great work on Greenwich they're doing great work in the music industry power to these young women. Just keep shouting amount. Keep going can't wait for the next single can for the whole project. They always give great visuals and great sounds too so shots clothing a highly. I also I guess what a play a little bit of this artist this artist's name diamond white. I've talked about her in the past. She thought the T T Jackson now. This is a very berry. Pretty satiety anyway she has. She's put out a couple of singles over what she's putting. You've been putting out music for me but I talked about her a while back on here. She had a song called Cleopatra. She's put out single sense and I watched this video for one of her songs. Called love songs for and it was such a beautiful song and then at the remember that Oakley Open Patrol Hugh it hit me I it was it was. That's why I talked about it. I loved the song. She hired a little bit which I was like why she had a very beautiful voice and it was just beautiful. Young Black women like walking around the desert looking bombs are we. You know black women doing pop. I'm always going to talk about black people doing great things. I've always admired shoutout to all the greats but I just wanted to play song called love song four and if you go and watch the video it looks really cute and she also plays the end of the single. She put out this year. Call Pretty Brown skin. Which I play a little snippet of to. She's just a really beautiful voice and she's doing pop to so why not vote? Whereas love songs for Didn't Selena took Tajik knows this diamond white love songs for It was like a really cute age appropriate video of her boy at a carnival songs. Fun Yeah she she got in. She was she was taking it. Easy on that So now I'm GonNa play you a snippet pretty browns skin. Which is literally. I don't know if you can see this. But it's just a nice little photo of like her chest area when women can be women and and this is a Q. Saw here we go. Go if you're not going to full but Jonah making it easy the battle by a that's Donald why she's twenty years old twenty one years old. I believe he's from Detroit as well. I don't know what it is about. These young women from Detroit spoke with them heavy. I love him so Tucson from diamonds. That was the first one I pay was low songs for and the one that I just play was pretty brown skin. stream diamond. Oh go hey dustin I have a I have an addendum to the music man segment. This week no no no also got to add. That's really important to me. So are you finished with diamond white? Because her voice was beautiful by the way yeah just streamed. I'm white and if you really want to get the experience watch our videos. She's on Youtube and it's spelled as is diamond. Wipe no wiser anything crazy so go. Hey Dustin so. It took me a minute to get into colonies. Album hadn't had time. I shouldn't say I hadn't had time. I've just been occupying my time with other stuff and I hadn't just wasn't a priority but I finally when I was cleaning my bathroom the other day. Listen to these album and I almost slipped cleaning my tub winning car. Bad news came on. Oh y'all know what kind of Shit? I like the and now if you know that. Song Fred ain't that since like I. I love our new album so we just going to play a little bit of bad news by Kahlani offer her. It was good into the was it album Lsu Time to and all the little phase ebb you you can count the ways stayed down. Candle Buddy tell me to take alert town. Slow to time down. Is You fucked? You don't WanNa be no way. You WanNa be right here so win. I'm GonNa make you WanNa make you WanNa make you honest name. That sounds fine. Thank you thank you. WanNa this move on. Move on just it. Just not my fucking socks off. The lyrics vocals the Strip that this desk. Yano kind of should I like? That's total dustin. Sound like oh I felt it. You felt her vocals and that's one area where Kalani wins. You can say what you want about her if you don't like her music whatever but when she gets her vocal bag and she connects to the lyrics in a song you she has that magic ability to make IMO. That only certain aren be singers. Have and God bless Because it came out on that track so go here so tell Shit. Listen I hate the fact? I hate when people fall out like when it's I love. I love combining command because they were like west coast. Girls I don't know what happened is none of my business but I just loved. They had whatever they had and I hope whatever happened between them ends at some point so they can get back to that because I love both of them like come has been making me party music forever and missing harass off. Well you know Kalani she she got the murders now so I really wanted to be a situation where we can like. Come together rag now because I told you I felt like I was fake from the West Coast. So that's why like when Kisha calling her together like they had like good magic on the record so to watch this story breakdown on Hollywood unlocked and then her say what happened on breakfast club and stuff. It's like it's sucks. That has to be that way so I just want them to resolve. Get some resolve so we can get back there magic or more music whichever but that's it for me on this week's music man segment. There's a lot of other music that she listened to things that I couldn't shout out. I'll just give you some homework. I've been this is veto via. Do He has a project out. Call for you. That's what I'll be listening to and I'll be talking about that next week. So that's it no move onto the TV land segment dust. Ross tell us. What have you been watching because we would like to see? I've been watching it for life on. Abc Which is the fifty CENT PRODUCE STORY OF ISAAC. Right who is just a good show watch for life on ABC Been of course watching Lanta on Bravo. Yeah Sunday's episode was part two of the reunion. It was amazing Lots and lots of witty retorts between the ladies on their cash. So more of what we want. And we're looking forward to par-three this Sunday I've been thoroughly enjoying candy. Berries Youtube Channel Content Tes Madison's do you want to smoke. Also let me stop the motherfucking. Press right here. I told her two ago that I loved that singing singing competition show. Tsa Madison has channel. When my best friends drew shade friend of the show drew safe from Broadway black? He caught in and auditioned on the show saying he did it. Change IS GONNA come toward this shit. Oh my God why so soda? His cash can take the last episode last week. Do you want to smoke from last Thursday? Drew is on. He did a great job so drew. I'm watching that as soon as we finish. I know he traditional an essay for TV. Really should else on you know nothing's coming on TV. Everything's out of projects in right now. Just you know. Thank God for you to thank God for you to. That's what you want to know you to talk about guys. Wanted to be sure he don't WanNa let you go. Dustin he's like come on. Tell us more but okay. Let's go loose Mary Lou Smith Show it to everybody. That knows that song that's asked and if you know that song then you really know some about music so I guess that's it for this week's episode as always we love you so much. Thank you so much for listening and we will catch you guys next week. 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The Mike Trivisonno Show 5-25-20

The Mike Trivisonno Show

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The Mike Trivisonno Show 5-25-20

"Dot Org portions of the following program be recorded News Radio W. T. A.. Amy Eleven hundred Cleveland home of the Indians and cavaliers. And I heart radio station. The might've Asano show on Newsradio. AM eleven hundred. Tuma Rav all things. Work Full Roma. And I had to start a. Chess match. Thank my lucky stars. Too Because the flag still stands for freedom, and the can't take I, don't. To be an American. Don Do Forget the man who died who gave that right to? Do and then. Today! Down I love. God. You. Know! An Amen to that welcome in everybody gets Lewis in for the big guy today a Memorial Day edition of the my auto show and no more appropriate song. God bless America as we again celebrates one of the most important days of our calendar year, and of course one of the most important days in our country, as we remember the fallen, and those that have given the ultimate sacrifice in defensive freedom, and allowing us to live as we do each and every day it is a different Memorial Day, and I think we all understand that. What covid nineteen and this pandemic has really laid at our feet. Is the opportunity to perhaps on a day of remembrance to also reflect and to understand what it truly means to be American what it means to be free, and what it means to take care of those around us. We have no better example than those on the front lines, those in our military, and to all of them out there listening not only here in northeast Ohio but everywhere around the world defending our freedom. We thank you. We have an unpayable debt to you. And we are just proud to be Americans just like. A loaded show for you today I'm sure we'll have plenty of phone calls, and hopefully those are enjoying a time around family and friends outside grilling amidst as anthony offered producer extraordinaire back at world headquarters told me we just skipped weatherwise from sixties. To almost ninety here in the last couple of days, and I'll tell you what Aa. It's nice to get the heat wave here I think we've been wanting outdoor weather, but golly I'll tell you I went out for a run today on the west side and I'm glad. I went early in the morning. Because it's been a scorcher, not only yesterday, but today and what better grilling patio out door, boating weather lake weather. It is only what Cleveland can have a thirty re difference in forty eight hours, but we'll take. Yes, yes, don't no break in between to resist joking here kile here to studios. Who's just Jackie was like you know what happened to the whole seventy degree. Holding period that we should have here at Cleveland. No, we don't get that we. It was forty five degrees like three weeks ago and traces, Snow, and today's ninety so in the ninety S. WALKING TO CLEVELAND. Place on Earth Gentleman Amen to that cow cordell coming up with the news here in a few minutes giving you a little show outlined today as always We'll take your phone calls to one six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred. You can text us always to to one zero, nine five brought to you by absolute roofing of course throughout the show. Tributes not only for Memorial Day, but to those frontline workers that, even though it is a holiday, continue to work on these days to further flat the curve and get us back to normalcy. This weekend I think we saw around the country that people are ready to get out are ready to be around others, and that'll be a talking point as we move forward as their images throughout Maryland throughout Missouri. If you saw any of these able party at the lake of the ozarks down Missouri drew a packed crowd. Social distancing. Be Damned in those images same thing in Maryland same thing on boardwalks in. In New Jersey, it's just now going to become a matter of what do people feel is a safe situation. What do people feel is the right thing to do I know here over the weekend on Saturday on the west side over and Crocker Park. It was pat at there were so many people are getting to the shops to the restaurants to the outdoor Patios of the restaurants and the bars and. Again I have to give. A, lot of credit to the establishments out here because they have followed all the protocols, they've done everything possible to be able to open safely to be able to serve safely both on an indoor and an outdoor setting. All of the shops have been very good about having at least someone and employee upfront making sure people are wearing a mask coming in making sure that the proper spacing is being observed, but there are some things that you just can't control. Control and we saw that, and we'll get into it in states like Missouri, and in Maryland and other places other things we'll get into as well. The Governor Mike Dewine does not want wearing masks be a political issue. However, that has come to the forefront, and I know many people will have thoughts on that speaking of masks and policy. What about the dating? Do's and don'ts post pandemic? What are you comfortable with hugging kissing cuddling any of those intimate thing? Are you going to ask someone on a first date? Hey, have you tested positive for covid nineteen? I daily by the way before we go any further since we're already six feet apart, or we should be legally. Did you have it. Since things you don't think about that now. All of a sudden are presented so obviously have some thoughts I'm sure. That's it. It's just something you don't think about, but now you have to. Also at four forty five. Make sure you tuned in is will announce our petits. A Garden Centers Gift Card Winter. A fifty dollar winner will be announced at four forty five, so make sure you stay tuned here to newsradio. Wt Am eleven hundred that let's get it over to kyle, Cornell for news. Thank you jetson. It's three Oh seven president trump praising the US military is it takes on a new fight against the corona virus. In recent months, our nation and the world have been engaged in a new form of battle. Against an invisible enemy, speaking for mckenry, National Monument in Baltimore Trump lauded service members for their actions during the pandemic trump specifically cited the military members who are taking care of patients and making sure supplies delivered. Trump added quote together. We will vanquish the virus in the meantime the president, tweeting something directed at North Carolina's Democratic governor today, saying governor. Or is in a shutdown mood. President trump is calling for an immediate answer about whether the Republican National Committee can have full occupancy for his convention in Charlotte Land for Aug Vice President Mike Pence told Fox and friends. It's unreasonable request. A having a sense now is absolutely essential because of the immense preparations that are involved, and we look forward to working with Governor Cooper. Cooper the president is threatening to find another site for the convention. Saying it's not something he wants to do. Adding I love the people of North Carolina Rachel Sutherland oxy's nobody in Ohio keeping a closer eye on those daily Corona virus figures in governor dewine. He said NBC's Meet the press that whether there will be a resurgence of cases. All depends on what the citizens. Do. I have great confidence in Ohio ohioans. And so we're really promoting wearing the mask and keeping keeping that distance as we open up the economy. We think we can do two things at once. 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The cavaliers mark much bishop wt am eleven hundred sports next coming up at the bottom of the hour or anytime on facebook or twitter at W.. T. Am eleven, hundred or free estimate news traffic weather sports. Eleven hundred. My trivisonno show on newsradio. AM eleven hundred. A Louis happy to be with you. Give them the big. Guy Day off today happy memorial. Day to those you making us part of your afternoon. Enjoying, this holiday weather, which I'm telling you for the first real weekend to be back opened or reopened here in the state of Ohio could not have asked at least temperature. Wise maybe for a little better. Maybe you're a low eighties fan, but either way. It's been fantastic and a good time to get out to one six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, the number to jump in on the conversation I'm sure plenty of phone calls today, so we'll begin leadoff here. Let's go to John from Castilian John. You're on trip show. Yeah Hi. Thanks for taking my call Happy Memorial Day likewise. I have the ultimate respect for our doctors and. Are Fighting this Kobe thing, but my personal opinion, this is memorial. Day there should be meant to the men and women who have certain gave the also at sacrifice I mean this is what it's always been. It shouldn't be at too and again nothing against our first responders. They should have their own day, but my opinion is this day it should just be strictly to our servicemen and women who have dearly paid off attack in who are serving today Sir. No question I nodded Irish Kenyon and thank you. Thank you John Appreciate, the phone call and yeah, just so there's clarification I'm not sure if I'd. Lump that in or how it was interpreted, but did begin obviously from the top of the show talking about those who have given the ultimate sacrifice so I don't think anyone out. There is going to be upset if we bring in the frontline workers who have allowed us to get to this day and be able to enjoy those freedoms, too. Many people have passed away from this horrible disease and this horrible virus, but yes front and center. Obviously all our servicemen and women continue to defend our freedoms, not only here, but abroad, and as always those that have given the ultimate sacrifice to six five seven hundred eleven hundred. Number to jump in here. You can text us as always two zero, nine five brought to you by absent roofing before the break, as we were kind of talking about with reopening and with a holiday weekend, a lot of people kind of chomping at the bit to get out and not only be around others, but also to do what we usually do on weekends where you don't have to work on a Monday and that's. That's be around those that we love a couple of instances, though nationally around the country have drawn some pretty strong scrutiny, and we'll begin with a pool party at the lake of the ozarks in Missouri, the gathering there. If you haven't seen any of the video or the pictures, you would think that this virus was not even existent that there was nothing going on. A global pandemic was not happening because the gathering show. A violation of the social distancing measures intended to limit the spread and people that were there at least one of them. was saying that they walked up their first words. Were Quote Oh? My Gosh it was intense for sure social distancing was non existent. However, everyone was enjoying themselves. It was a very carefree environment. Put Security was heavy. Apparently, the bar there took some safety precautions where they check. Temperature's before people were allowed in thousands of little bottles of hand sanitizer so This lady said they did a good job with what they had to work with, but I'm telling you right now, Anthony when you look at the pictures of this place. You would think that people were just like. Forget it I. Don't need to worry about any of. The rules that have been put in place, Cantu, one, six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, well I was going to say, and that was the issue. Eva saw the pictures. There was a sign up on the on the water, six feet apart, and the entire place was packed. Six inches. Yes, extension of six. Yes, we'll say six centimeters now. I've not good at least for the regulations that have been put in place, so let's go back to the phones. Let's bring in Scott from Florida Scott you're on the trip. Good afternoon gentlemen I I want to. All of our veterans out there that have fought for our country. thank you for your service of my like to discuss. Today is in fact Memorial Day. I'd like to discuss first of all. Start off with tens of thousands of thousands of debt, you soldiers. from Iraq and Afghanistan, and on top of that tens of thousands of amputees, paralysed and blind. The US soldiers from the eighties trillium, spent and useless wars in Iraq and Afghanistan because of the tremendous pressure from APEC which stands for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and the US has been stuck in the Middle East for the past twenty years, and so counting and the US has absolutely nothing to show for it The Jewish lobby is responsible for this because they are the ones that that strong-armed our congressmen and senators to vote for Israel and get us into into into the Middle East and they've. They've succeeded perfectly. And all of our boys are of many of them at Walter Reed Amputees Those are the dead seven million eight trillion in debt, which is brought about this great depression, so the the sad thing is is that our boys have died in Iraq and Afghanistan but desirous is the scientists in Israel have sat on the sidelines while never has been shipped This is this is this is inexcusable, but the the Jewish lobby wheels enormous power in the United States and not only controls APEC but the Federal Reserve Wall Street the media. Hollywood admitted many other aspects of American life, although soldiers that died. For America your sacrifice was not in vain I. DON'T BLAME YOU at all. Unfortunately America failed. You and I'm sorry that they felt you God bless America. Thanks for the phone call Scott again. We can go through so many different parts of wars and. Deployments and things where obviously when when you're in a combat zone when you're in a situation that not everyone is going to agree with, and it doesn't matter what side of the aisle you're on. There is going to be disagreement on where we should have troops where we should not have troops. What is the end all? What are we getting out of this? Is there a means to an end? I think to wrap everything around. Maybe a common thread is that no matter what entanglement the United States has been in or or America has tried. To get either. Some peace or some normalcy whether it be here abroad. Is that we all just want all of our troops to be able to come home safely into remain safe. I I understand that there are many and my family throughout my extended family. I think we are represented in all branches of the military from not only nieces nephews. Cousins a lot of. Of My family members that came before me in both in the immediate and extended. Able to serve NBA big reason why freedom remains here in the United States today, so regardless of your political views, regardless of what you think, we are all united in the one fact that we want everyone to come home safe. That's not always going to be the case, and that's the most unfortunate part of it. But to recognize and again today, being one of those brandon days that we do say, thank you, and that we do really reflect on what that ultimate sacrifices like there's no question. Emotions will come to the forefront every single time to six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, the number to jump in on the conversation. You can text us at two, one, zero, nine five. A, couple of other things that I wanted to get into today, and and understanding that I would like to blend donald what the day means, but would also our current situation as. There has been a lot of people that have talked about wanting to reopen this country and reopen not only the state of Ohio, but are normal. Small businesses are other things that keep this economic engine going that we've seen in the past that needs to happen and there are a lot of medical professionals. Now that are saying. The lockdowns have caused a mass casualty incident and it's not over. This is going to be something moving forward that you hope. Does Not rear its ugly head although you feel with the amount of time that people have been locked down the amount of time, people have quarantine. It will lead to much more mental health issues. It will lead to a higher suicide rate, and on a day where those military members in those soldiers that have come before us and continue to serve today deal with these kinds of things coming home from the battlefield. This pandemic is only going to add to the stress of it. What do these physicians have in mind? And where can we go from here? Also? Is there change for the better? Has the pandemic made you? A better person on a day of reflection. Love to hear your phone calls and love to hear your thoughts to one six five seven eight eleven hundred Texas to one, zero, nine, five brought to you by absolute roofing. Just getting started here on the trip. Show Jensen Lewis with you on newsradio. Wt Am eleven hundred. Contests. Might Trivisonno show on Newsradio. Am Eleven hundred few minutes before the bottom of the hour news coming up with Kyle Cornell a couple of people texting into to one zero, nine five. We're going to set the record straight here. As many of you know, there's a lot of impassioned the people that call the Mike on show, and there are times where people are on that. A lot of our listening audience does not agree with and I'm venturing a guess here Anthony as we read through some of these. People liked what Scott had to say. That's fine I guess. On a day where you're allowed to have freedom of speech, okay. That's what we have. As an unalienable right I am all for people that are are one hundred percent believing in their opinion. It doesn't mean I agree with them and I. Certainly don't agree with Scott on many things. But for anyone that wants Texan and say that I am either anti, American or anti freedom. You need to really really take a step back. As someone as I said before the break that has in my family, at least in in my immediate and extended family is represented by all branches of the military. There is not another person here. That's on this station, maybe outside of Mike that is as pro military, and as pro American freedom as I am so I want to go and make sure that that is out there. Right away for those you texting in especially on. On a day like today, some of the things that you have go ahead and check yourself all right now. I'm just GONNA. Leave it at that two, six, five, seventy, seven, hundred, the number to jump in, and as we said to one zero, nine five, the number text brought to you by absolute roofing, a very cool story, anthony and something I came across and getting ready for the show today and this courtesy of Fox eight news. In Hudson Ohio. Man named Lou. Smith has been putting flags outside of his home for more than thirty years now. Smith served in the US army. He has five brothers who also served and Smith. Son is a captain in the US Air Force, and he just started each year, and this has been going on now for thirty years. He started in year one with just fifty flags, and he's added more every single year. Smith also told Fox eighty wishes. Every home had flag, and he says it breaks his heart that he doesn't see more. However the American Legion Post Hudson. They did a very very cool thing. They donated one thousand flags to his collection last year so this year out in front. Of loose myths home, he has two thousand flags to honor the fallen. That is an incredible gesture, an incredible display and I know I, WanNa. Thank Lu for for his service Brothers who served his son? Now who currently serves as a captain in the US Air Force? That is really neat and I'm with you and I'm Anthony. I'm sure as we grew up I know that was one thing. That I always saw in our neighborhood when I grew up down in Cincinnati and also my family being from Dina here in northeast. Ohio you always knew what time of year it was because when you saw the big American flags out, you knew that it was memorial day or was labor. Day was one of those holidays where you remember those. That have given the ultimate sacrifice, but it kind of gives you. For me, I, just relating back to my playing days, when and by the way today. Again, we live in a global pandemic right now. Today is the first day. On the Morial Day as a holiday that there has been no major league baseball since the year eighteen eighty. That was buying eighty. That was mind boggling to me to read that I had to read it a couple of times. Because where would we be right now? Anthony I would be getting ready for the Indians and angels out in Los Angeles, and it'd be playing an afternoon game there, but it'd be a night game here and it's just synonymous with the holiday because you have the big American flags. You have the big fly over. You have the moment of silence you have. At least a member. Of the armed services, singing the anthem singing God. Bless America for the seventh inning stretch so many things with this holiday. Obviously first and foremost the the remembrance of those. That, that gave their lives for our country, but The joyous parts of to where we can celebrate coming together, and we can't thank all of those both present, and that came before us. And there is nothing like seeing through neighborhoods driving around and seeing the big American flags out having so much pride in your country so I thought that was a really neat story to come across a loose smith again from Hudson. Two thousand US flags to honor the fallen in his front yard. He started with just fifty more than thirty years ago, two six, five, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, the number to jump in. In on the conversation, you can text us. A two one, zero, nine, five brought to by absent roofing. Okay, so a couple of things that I did want to dive into today because we are just reopening I guess in earnest now as close to one hundred percent is possible, that doesn't mean one hundred percent capacity, but but shops both in retail restaurants things can now be open and have some sort of capacity. Have you been out and your experiences initially and what? You've seen I've said many many times now in the past couple of weeks. When I've been on talk, force usually here on Monday. Nights that this term new normal is ridiculous to me. I don't buy into it I think it's stupid. I don't think it means anything more than a crutch term. There is one normal, and hopefully we're getting back to that and hopefully this weekend. Has Given people the opportunity to at least try and get back out and get back to their normal lives. What have you done? Where have you gone? What have you seen? Share your experiences with us? I know just for myself to be around and and to be able to walk outside and see. Not only people just out and being comfortable being out Anthony. With now crowd starting to form, and and what I mean by that is you're getting people in the same space now where others might have said you know what I'm not going to risk, and there's still people that don't want to risk fine I have a feeling that we're getting to that point now. Where people like I gotta go I gotTa do something, and even as we mentioned in that case in Missouri, the leg of the ozarks where you're literally having people packed shoulder to shoulder social distancing. Be Damned at that point I think now you're seeing especially with today A. A day where many people are at a barbecue or are with friends and family are enjoying each other and enjoying being in this great nation, it is a memorial day that we may never forget considering our current circumstances Jay Lou. We're seeing reports events water several. You know through Social Media House parties and whatnot, and and yet I mean you're. You're seeing people who are saying. You know what there's a low percentage in the virus. You know what just go ahead. Take our chances with that I. I'm on a belief that we still have to be a little bit careful. About this, but at the same time there are folks who are like you know what I can go out and do it now. We're GONNA see definitely Jay. What's GonNa Happen as a result of this in the weeks to come by at least on this weekend I mean they're using this weekend. To say you know what I'm not sitting in the house in ninety degree. In the ninety degree household we're GONNA go outside. We're going to enjoy ourselves. and. Certainly people have so again. Your thoughts your experiences. We love to hear from you. Two one six five seven eleven hundred for now. Let's send things over to Kyle Cornell with knits. Janssen, it's three thirty six secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Will Keys remembering what nascent American soldier so special on Fox News Today Wilkie lauded the American warrior for helping everybody around the world, including those who wish us harm president trump meanwhile threatening to move the Republican National. Convention away from Charlotte's on twitter trump said epilepsy isn't allowed. The Party will be reluctantly forced to find another place to hold the convention North Carolina's Democratic Governor. Governor Cooper responding hours later. Statement saying the state is quote relying on data in science to protect our state's public health and safety former Calgary. Commissioner Jimmy, more one of the Kobe nineteen patients that federal prison. The Moore's attorney says the disgraced politician tested positive for the Virus Elton Correctional Institution last week, and the Cleveland Metro parks closing down all vehicle access to Edgewater Park Whiskey Island and Wendy Park this after reports surfaced. Surfaced of a philosophy of northeast Ohioans who took to the beach with little social distancing, being practiced your three news forecast from Mr Hero, Roman Burger Weather Center, here's Ollie stray no the rest of the afternoon scattered storms possible, otherwise partly cloudy skies. This Memorial Day highs well into the eighties warm close to seventy tonight. Partly cloudy skies scattered storms in eighties for your Tuesday who support is brought to you by invisible fence dot. 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It's great to have you back on your native soil to one six, five, seven, eight, hundred, nine, hundred, the number jumping on the conversation. You can text us it always as always excuse me to one zero, nine five brought to you by absent roofing so in again a very. Surreal Memorial Day considering that today we would have seen some parades and services and gatherings of a large number of people. We're not seeing that obviously due to the corona virus, a very interesting virtual event, though in Wisconsin is happening and part of their department of Veteran Affairs Secretary, Mary Kohler. They invited Wisconsin Veterans Family and friends to join the Wd W., d., v. a., and Governor Tony Evers to honor the fallen by participating in Memorial Day Twenty Twenty Wisconsin's virtual commemoration statewide. Memorial Day observance, so it kind of got me to think. Of as we go back in history, and some of you that are listening are big history bus. How did Memorial Day come to be? It is always observed the last Monday in May, and as we know it, honors, men and women who died in service to their country, and this day traces its roots to the period after the civil war when the head of an Organization of Union veterans established decoration day as a time for the nation to mark the graves of the war dead with flowers so originally Memorial Day was headlined as Decoration Day and that day of May. Thirtieth was selected that happened to be the last Monday in May. Other cities around the country both and confederate at the time did hold similar observances. Observance was held that year at Arlington National Cemetery obviously, many people know that location across the Potomac, River from Washington DC, as time progressed, though the day became a time to honor all those who lost their lives in America. Memorial Day now also seen as the unofficial start of summer was was observed on that may thirtieth date for years until Congress in Nineteen, sixty eight passed the uniform Monday holiday. Act and that act move. Memorial Day to the last Monday in May. There is also a national moment of remembrance at Three PM. Time around the United States some of the best quotes and remembrances. If you go and think about a lot of. Influential people. That have been part of this nation's history as some of our very best leaders, some of our presidents. I kind picked out a couple of presidential quotes because I think Anthony when you look through. These days and we know emotions already at a at a high pitch, because of what this day means to so many families around the country, but also what it means to our leaders in power, and certainly no more so than President Donald Trump. A quote that he had to every family member of the fallen I. Want you to know the legacy of those you lost is not fade with time. That grows only more powerful. Their legacy does not like a voice in the distance become a faint echo, but instead their legacy grows deeper spreading, further, touching more lives, and reaching down through time and out across many generations through their sacrifice. Your loved ones have achieved something very very special immortality I could not have been said any better from our current president and Donald Trump doing his own. remembrances today with the first lady Melania traveling around. In our nation's capital, observing a lot of scenarios and events where? You're used to seeing a lot of people there. You're used to seeing a large gathering, but because of our current state of affairs Anthony. That's just not possible jail. I even think of and I know. You brought it up just a bit ago the your local. Your local City parade, you know every year in in my hometown maple heights. There's always Memorial Day parade every single year and this year didn't happen we. We had a story here in our news. Over the weekend about south, Euclid and they had they did a virtual parade, but obviously a virtual parade is not the same as everyone gathering as a city as a town and honoring the fallen, so we've all had to adjust and this year this Memorial Day. HOW DIFFERENT IT really is! That's that's part of it. Yeah, just not to be able to get out and gather I I know that there are people that would say you know what forget it I'm willing to risk it. Because of of what this day means of of people that are so personally affected and you know we've kind of at the beginning of the show you. You know there. There are families on a day like today that it strikes such a personal cord that a day like today is going to a cemetery or is going to a family member's home with with friends, and and you know sitting around and and being able to to tell stories about those that served I. Mean I can remember when. When I was younger gathering with family at at at a picnic, and and hearing from my my grandfather and aunts and uncles about people within our family, and how they served as far back as World War Two, and and it doesn't hit you probably until you're a little bit older about what what all of that means in the grand scheme of. Of things where as a kid, you feel like okay these days to to get around and see family, but but to really understand how everyone is connected on this day in some sort of fashion, because of what our military does on a daily basis, and what our young people do when they sign up, and they enlist, and and they give a commitment. And an honor to to be able to defend this great nation, what all of that means and the understanding that the ultimate sacrifice is one that we will not forget to one six five seven hundred eleven hundred number to jump in Texas, says always the to one zero, nine five brought to you by absolute roofing before we take a break here a couple of more. Interesting quotes here in honor of morial day we'll go all the way back to Abraham Lincoln. One of his quotes is honored to the soldier and sailor everywhere who bravely bears his country's costs honor also to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field, and serves as he best can the same 'cause that quote also struck me too because Anthony and the world. We live in today, and that's why I wanted to bring up. Our frontline workers I feel that they in a lot of ways today are literally putting their lives at risk to help us overcome such a a horrible situation, and in ways there are parallels, and that's not to take anything away. Or to distinguish you know from our military. Obviously, our military is in in in war. In battles and you ironically have now seen many of our men and women in uniform that have teamed with these frontline workers. Our military has come to the aid of many of us here domestically to help fight a battle against that invisible enemy is our president talks about on a daily basis. Do One six, five, seventy, seven, hundred, the number to jump in. Let's go back to the phones. Let's bring in Eric Eric. You're on the trip show. Yes Sir visit Eric from Ohio. And I unfortunately did not get to serve. And I wish I, could because I have asthma back I graduated in eighty nine. And Unfortunately I couldn't serve and. I just can't say enough and I sit here and I even told my wife. I wish I could have served. I respect. There's so much respect. We. Sorry. We, we live in the greatest country in the world. and. We have the greatest I in my opinion. One of the greatest country or president. That we've had in my. In my forty nine years. And Donald Trump I. Thank God. We have have him. There's just so much going on and hurt I. Just WanNa say thank you. Thank you to everybody. All the military, the men, the women, the first responders. We have never seen anything like this. In our in our. In our life. I'm going back to work tomorrow. For the first time in. Two months. And I just deleted my unemployment. And, my daughter works at the Ohio State House. And she's doing her due diligence. and working as hard, she can't for the people. And I. Have so much respect. that's great stuff really is. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts you. Got To have God bless America. Into that. Thank you Eric Eric. Finley Ohio sharing that with us and we do appreciate a Dallas Powerful! Eating again. It's something that we talked about off. The top of the show emotions on a day like today, and and because of the current situation that we live in. It brings up. It brings up maybe even more monumental feelings than than people previously thought because what they're used to doing an outlet for them. is as we said to go. Be Able to go to a cemetery, and and pay their respects and sit around with friends and family, and and talk about the good times and. Those those things because of what we're going through. In this global pandemic perhaps are not able to happen today, and that certainly has drawn. A lot of frustration, a lot of emotional anguish with people. That need that outlet that need that ability to be able to grieve and to to help others and other loved ones around them. He'll as well take a short break when we come back again. More of your phone calls to one six five seven hundred eleven hundred Texas two to one, zero, nine, five brought to you by absolute roofing much more here on the Mike Cassano. Show Jensen Lewis in for the guy on Newsradio W.. E. News Radio. Seven hundred Cleveland home of the Indians, Cavaliers. 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We'll get all of be patient again to one six five seven and eleven hundred. Let's start off with Michael from north. Randall Michael you're on the trip show. You're caller. Call now said he wished he'd had served in the service. I was in the Marine Corps from Nineteen, seventy, nine to eighty two. And you hear about the Marine Corps. But have you ever heard of the FM F? No Go ahead tells about it, but the aftermath at the feet Marie Force which is a total difference. That's a these. I look to Cherry Point to get my Emma West as a marine. I had to train to become a fleet marine force. That's a fourth readiness who? PEOPLE TO GET DETROIT. Roosevelt gauge. That's that really get down and do they have to do? Been Marine Corps and we become an epidemic dignity. Come okay because I didn't qualify. Okay we joining service. At a private house, the lowest thing on the face of the earth. The Arthur and let me it's a billion, so i. wish this, but know that the EPA mapped fleet marine force. Is really the fourth of readiness that neither neck. Advertise. You can go, but. Those. Are the real men and women to get deployed? They're ready going and they have to do to protect this country. To call that to say that he wished he could have served. No, there are people in the epidemic. They had asthma they had this had that, but they stepped up and they did it and I want to be proud of it. You got. I get. Off to Google, the fleet marine force. That's something that the Marine Corps advertise that, but that men women they protect us in real life. Mike appreciate phone again. Thank thank you for your service. We appreciate it again to one six five seven eight eleven hundred. Let's go right back to the phones. Bring in Ted from Chagrin falls Ted hey on the trip show. Hey thanks Jansen. You gotta I just thought I. Just thought this was a good time to talk a little bit more about Decoration Day in those civil war veterans that pushed for its creation. Another thing they created those guys from the Grand Army of the Republic soldiers and sailors, monument, strapped country and everybody taking the one in downtown Cleveland. So I'm one of the volunteers with the group and Although the inside is closed dude of our pandemic, we're open in the outside user free. And we've been busy busy planning flowers for the hundred twenty fifth time. So we've got three of our five beds done and and next Saturday on decoration day, we hope to finish those off. That's fabulous in doing color. Yeah, not only that and some heat to get some people out down there. That's really neat. Thank you very much appreciate that phone call. And again from people that don't understand how this all came about, and and I didn't until I was going through some specifics today memorial day before it was known as is in our present day was decoration day, and the last Monday of May was that that time and it was may thirtieth for the longest time until nineteen sixty eight congress passed legislation to make the last Monday in May two, one, six, five, seven, eighty, seven, hundred, the number to jump in. Let's go right back to the phones. Let's welcome in Tony from Ashville. Beulah Tony. You're on the shell. Hey it's an hour, buddy, everything's good everything's good Tony. How about you? Light son called the I'm getting a little emotional. My son called in I was a navy seal and Bet Nam and It was a navy seal. What to? Hack stand to take off some bin Laden. And Today after he got discharged navy and what the rams game. Is They? What interest buddies went through bar the parking lot and You got shot to death. Very. Very emotional! It a small town. California courtroom California. I don't know what else to God Amen thank you Tony and again our condolences. Our thoughts and prayers with you especially on a day like today. Where so many people going through? Similar emotions just like Tony from mashed Beulah, and and not only through their own service time, but their own family their own Sons and daughters. It's it is it is a it is a day of reflection being solemn understanding. How, how important and how deep? These experiences and these emotions go not only friends and family, but just on on the overall. Of of how we've gotten to this point and again I'll stress because today is such a unique day for our country where you're out, and you're with many many of us. Don't don't have to go to work today and again in a pandemic, many of us are are actually looking forward as you heard Ted from chagrin falls. A lot of people are gonNA. Be Able to go out, maybe not inside certain places be able to go out and pay their respects and be around others to try and have an outlet. To get through the emotions of a holiday like today compounded by what we've all gone through the past couple of months, not only here in northeast Ohio, but around the country. So? You can understand from Tony. And those emotions and I'm sure many of you listening to that feel. In a similar fashion. There is there is no right way or another I should say there is no wrong way to deal with today but I. Know People are trying to do it. The very very best that they can't get if you want to jump into one six five seven hundred eleven hundred to here. From many of us, servicemen and women if you are listening if you are home for this, this holiday would greatly appreciate your perspective. How are you spending? Are you with friends and family? Are you safe? And where can we go from here? How can we make things better for you? as you have? Put your lives on the line for us to defend our freedom. That'll send things over to cal- Cornell for news. Jetson its spore four. Oh, five president trump, taking time on this Memorial Day to remember those who have given their lives for the United States I stand before you at this Noble Fortress of American Liberty to pay tribute to the immortal souls who fought and died to keep us free speaking at four mckenry National Monument in Baltimore Trump, said quote. Today we honor the heroes. We've lost commander in chief, also mentioning. Mentioning Gold Star families saying the country stands with them, trump says it to fort. McHenry came just hours after he laid a wreath at the Tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The Maltese search continues for Yukon. Student New police as wanted for double homicide in abduction. Willington residents sue Johnson says she shocked to hear about the killing of her neighbor. Nicholas is last week. It's a tragedy it's. Senseless I don't understand it. Police are still looking for year. Old Peter Mann for Donia Throughout Connecticut New Jersey and Pennsylvania he has a white, male, described six, three and two hundred and forty pounds. No parades are solemn ceremonies today for Memorial Day. Some cities are finding alternate ways to honor those who passed on. You will not be seeing or hearing that this year, but to make up for it. The city of South Euclid has created a virtual Memorial Day ceremony according to Mayor Georgina, willow. There's no parade. There's no families lying in the street. But in South Euclid. We know in our heart that we remember those who lost their lives so that we could celebrate freedom today all the pomp and circumstance. Our military heroes deserve. I'm Tom, more. W., t. a. m., news and Governor Mike. Dewine said more than ninety percent of Ohio's businesses are reopened, but there are some glaring examples that are still closed. The governor was asked by host Chuck Todd and NBC's Meet the Press. When Cedar Point would reopen check I. have no idea. When's your point will be able to open. Our kids and grandkids love to go there. We would love to go there, but we're certainly not there there yet. Governor says Ohioans have done a great job of practicing social distancing and wearing face coverings. He also agrees with the governor of North. Dakota, who said wearing a mask is not about politics sits about trying to help those who have vulnerable health conditions. Sports we all of the MLB. We want to be playing well. Don't Forget Tomorrow Day Union and Owners Day. Score off set a deadline guys to get it to speak the tried tonight seven o'clock right here on wwl am eleven hundred. The Twenty Second Game Win Streak continues will at least through tonight with Hammy Rosie Kozlovsky the winner of Nascar's Coca Cola, six hundred and Tiger Woods. Peyton, Manning, they help raise twenty million, winning the audio for. 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The Metro Parks continues to vigilantly monitor all parks and beaches and make adjustments to access to allow for proper social distancing. We're all in this together, and we're relying on our guests to follow the proper guidelines to ensure. We can keep the beach in parts open to enjoy the summer so again, just joining us. You are not going to be able to park down at edgewater Galland Wendy Park. There is no vehicle access there as of two PM today to six five seven eleven hundred the number to jump in with us, so let's go right back to the phones. Bring in Tony. From Mentor Tony. You're on the trip show. Hey Al how you doing today? Buddy I'm doing really well. Thank you excellent Shout out to my son. Active Navy I'm proud, Navy, Father A Blue Bluestar father. very send all my. All my condolences out to the gold star families. I was very. You know I was an older father I was thirty six when he was born. He's going to be twenty one next Monday. Wow yeah. Unbelievable. But Biggest thing is is that I want to thank everyone of the gold star families for the sacrifices. I was a youngster that I did lose a I guess a cousin in the Vietnam War. I never knew him, so. I can't say much, but. You know on this day a recognizing the. sacrifices of. These great men and women have. Over the you know the more than two hundred years of our country. To keep free and keep us to be what we are even going through all of this silliness. We're going to write down. You know I I. Pray for all of them, and I thank them all for their service. Tony it's great and while I. Have you just a quick thought from you because? We are in a unique situation on this Memorial Day during Cova, nineteen and a global pandemic. What would have day like today had been for you and your family and. Gold Star families that that you know as well how how are you dealing with? How are you going about it? And what would have been a normal day for you on this? Memorial Day? Well I I. Am I'm single at this particular point in my life, and I did exactly what I've done for. Probably the last you know, ten years went out play golf with a lot of my buddies, and again a lot of them are veterans and you know. The obviously they. They know that they this is. This is the guys that. You know that through that lay down their lives. You know I was the one that got lucky enough to come back. but the big thing is, is that I wore my were my navy blues and my Navy Hat, and I had a few people in the parking lot, and so forth you know, thank me for my service and I said. Don't thank me, thank my son. And actually one person said he goes well. Thank you for raising him right and that he would have that. Type of inclination in order to serve the country the way he is now. It was it was pretty heartfelt. That's neat. That's very cool well again Tony Thank you and thank your son for us. for your service. Our country and we hope that you have a blessed rest the day. 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To put their lives at risk and some that have already made the ultimate sacrifice. We thank all of you who are listening out there as members. Active or have been been able to come home, and and be able to be a part of the community now and again with covert nineteen. It's been it's been really tough on. Some of our veterans will get into that in a moment. But for now, let's go back to the phones. Let's bring in wrecks in Cleveland Rex. You're on the trip shop. Well yeah I'd like to make one comment. There've been several. Quotes from Abraham Lincoln a lot of people. Know that the son of A Lincoln Robert Todd Lincoln. was it Harvard from eighteen sixty to eighteen, sixty, four, his daddy hit about at harbour for four years, and then he got his son job in a rural area. So you know the elite take care of themselves. They protect their sons, and they don't have their sons die six hundred thousand men, maybe seven, hundred thousand during the civil war, but they made sure that his son Robert. Todd Lincoln was not one of them. He hit him hiding Harvard then. He got him a job in your area and I'm a veteran bad. This is something that I read about I was shocked when I read it, but that's how we take care of their kids. That's interesting. Thanks for the phone call Rex appreciate your thoughts there and thank you for your service as well as I was talking about with our veterans what has been really really difficult. Amid covid nineteen, as as we know this year's Memorial Day I will not be like those of the past, just because for the sheer fact of our. Our men and women who have now come home and our honor, and their their latter stages of life. They're the most at risk of this virus, and to make matters even worse and more painful. The relatives of those veterans who have died from the virus. They can't even they can't even have a funeral. They can't even be able to pay their respects the way that they want to There's a story out of Atlanta. Georgia a family. That recently had a veteran of their own die of diabetic complications related. With! The Corona virus was seventy years old. The family is at a loss. The Stepson is quoted as saying. We can't even have a funeral for him yet. There's not really anything we can do right now. A all will probably do is talk about him. Maybe go for a walk out in the sun, and it kind of speaks to the toll of virus anomaly on military veterans, but the particular harshness, because of things they've been exposed to by by going abroad and putting their lives on the line now, having to deal with underlying health problems and many of them residing in facilities that have been breeding grounds for the disease. And according to the Department of Veterans Affairs, more than one thousand veterans have been killed by the coronavirus. It just staggering. Does, not include hundreds more who have died in state run veterans homes, and that includes some of the hardest hit facilities in states like New Jersey and Massachusetts in Louisiana. The last couple of weeks set has been really hard and one person in particular down. Louisiana's name is Neil Herbert. His father died veterans home in reserve. The wheezy said quote. I'm an only child, and I'll routinely have the impulse of going Oh. I need to call dad and tell him this thing and it hits me. That I can't do that. His father named Berlin of junior lost a leg from a landmine during the Vietnam War and he rarely talked about the war, but made his son promise to never join the army only in recent years that he became more proud of his service, after the widow moved to the southeast Louisiana Veterans Home, and it was there where he would attend Veterans Day Services and he felt people acknowledged his time in the military gesture that certainly moved him. But in March after learning that a resident in that home was positive for Covid Nineteen Neil. Evert became concerned about his seventy four year old father safety was assured by nurse that his mobility impaired father had not been exposed unfortunately within days Berlin Herbert was hospitalized with the telltale respiratory symptoms so that he cut again. It goes unfortunately to this situation that we deal with now the last couple of months, and it makes today such a different day, and again this gentleman planning any remembrance for his father. On Memorial. Day Is, he can't do anything. He said he hopes to scatter the ashes of his father and mother outside their longtime home as loved ones look on but others around this country are struggling to find ways to honor fallen heroes. Memorial Day like no other people avoiding crowds to to prevent the spread of the virus, many of these ceremonies and parades that we are used to seeing or cost to seeing have either been cancelled or moved online I. It's just really really unfortunate and honestly. I'm sitting. You're even today. To our to you and all of our callers today, especially the ones who have poured our hearts out this afternoon. and. Makes, we sit and remember right a minute. Every one who has fallen. Who is being honored today? Who should be honored all year long in this day? They are honored every one of these. Heroes. They have their own stories every single one of them has their own a their all stories to tell, and we're hearing it and you only you only wish that they were here physically to share, but if they went down and they all knew. What it took and the sacrifices and eight. A name sided to do it. I'll tell you what I mean. There'd be no way I can do it now. So I pour my heart out to. All those serving and the ones who have fallen definitely my goodness. Just people have an idea of what is actually happening on. Today a Memorial Day during Corona virus for instance the veteran. Excuse me the Vietnam veterans. Memorial Day traditionally hold a large ceremony in. Washington, however, this year the organization has decided to hold a virtual ceremony and share video messages submitted by the loved ones of fallen troops the national. Infantry Museum, which is located in Columbus Georgia, they've also opted to hold an online ceremony the town of Seymour Connecticut they plan to route that will pass by the homes of local veterans veterans today, other ceremonies are going forward with some scaled-back crowds or even fewer participants. A gentleman by the name of Charles Davis. The third said morial has always had a special significance in his family, due to his relatives, long history of serving, but this year the pandemic has prevented the aging and geographically scattered family from planning a specific observance to mark the death of his step grandfather. Even people who are trying to get together cannot do it. And he says elders hold a special significance especially in black communities, not being able to pay them. The proper reverence and homage has been really difficult. No question about that one six five seven eight eleven hundred the number to jump in. If you WANNA Texas two to one, zero, nine, five brought to you by absent roofing. You can do that as well. Those of you just joining us, we talked about it earlier and I'm sure we'll hear it again. And it just about a minute or so? With Kyle Cornell Cleveland Metro Parks for those you. Out and about downtown today, and by the shore way, the metro parks have closed. Edgewater Park Whiskey Island and Wendy part two vehicles, and that happened about a few hours ago, so there's limited access. Permitted to the other marinas and yacht clubs with the metro parks. To, not park in the picnic areas or the meetings now you can still walk in obviously under. Social distancing guidelines there, but they have shut down. Any vehicle access there so if you're listening to us, we'll get you the latest here in just a moment as Kyle Cornell. I'm sure we'll have updated their but sell Jay. What's you're telling me? What Kyle is told me? Is that after the show? I cannot in Kyle's laughing at me right now. A little bit I cannot physically drive to edgewater wants her. By yourself. Distance. You'll get. You'll get there by tomorrow if you. Start the voyage W I want to see this. Can you post like live updates on facebook? Can we go to W. T. a. m. on facebook and look and see you. You have the access you can do that. Demand. Tonight. That'll be interesting all right speaking of CAL Cornell. He is up next with the news. Thank you Johnson it's four thirty five president trump taking time today to remember those who've given their lives for the United States speaking at Fort McHenry. National Monument in Baltimore Trump said quote today we honor the heroes. We've loss trump's visit to fort McHenry Kane. Just hours after he laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown shoulder in Arlington national, cemetery a trial involving hydroxy Quinn being suspended by the World Health Organization in making the announcement. Announcement that WHO reference to report in the British journal, The Lancet that said the treatment pushed by some including president trump could lead to higher death rates. North Carolina Governor Cooper maintaining a cautious approach, potentially holding the Republican National Convention in Charlotte in August after president trump earlier today on twitter threatened to move the convention. The Democrat's office released a statement saying quote North Carolina relying on data in science to protect our state's public health and safety. Via Memorial Day weekend in Cleveland in just over twenty four hours from Sunday to this morning, seven shootings in three stabbings reported in city Ranji from the Detroit Shirley neighborhood all the way to Glenville Nubrik Lights. There was one fatality. Forecast from the universal windows, Direct Weather Center here's how he strain. No for the rest of your Memorial Day. Partly cloudy skies scattered storms were well into the eighties close to seventy tonight. Partly cloudy skies, more scattered storm, chances tomorrow and back in the eighties. This report is brought to you by invisible fence dot com invisible fence brand is here to help you in your pets. Stay safe at home together. 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Reminder for you, we will be announcing the winner of one of the fifty dollar petits gift cards coming up here in just a moment, so please stay tuned that right at four forty five. We'll give the winner one of those, and you'll be entered for the grand prize. That is a one thousand dollar gift card, so make sure you keep it locked here on Newsradio W. T. am eleven hundred a couple of more quotes I know? We've been reading a few by our. Presidents past and present and one from John, F Kennedy As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest depreciation is not to utter the words, but to live by them in remembrance of those that lost their lives as serving our country and protecting our freedom by anti. Also hits home a little bit, too. Because it that last part not to utter the words to live by them in so many times and our age of social media. We see a lot of. Tributes today, a lot of different people, putting out their thanks and their gratitude, but it is more so about. Whatever you want to say, it's better to live by those words and the pretty eloquent there from JFK for sure. Yeah, yeah can't sanity butter indefinitely. You know you make that decision to serve, and you make that decision and. You go all in and every every single one of those all in on that, so no true words of his spoken then that Del j Lewis. Very powerful. I know that we'll have some relations here to not only what we're going through in this pandemic, and how it relates Memorial Day, but. The? Silver linings here as we've. Had, to endure being quarantined, being socially isolated it may have forced people into a spot where they say you know what I think. It's changed me for the better, and you hope that that's the case for as many people as possible including how we go about taking care of our veterans, how go about providing those services and putting them in the best position possible that when they returned home that they can be a member of society that they feel comfortable with. They feel they can be productive in. So many times we hear from people, and if you're one of those out there, call us to six five seven eight eleven hundred, where it's not normal when you come home and imagine coming home being abroad as a soldier and going through this pandemic, and then having to come home and try and and try and get back to normal in your own way having to go through what we've happed. It is time to reveal winner. Of the Petit's gift car. Open your yard again. Fifty Dollars Gift Card from Fatigue Garden. Center you'll also be qualified for a one thousand dollar yard makeover registered to win at W. T. a. m., dot com. 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As, they say open your yard again and I'm sure a lot of people this we. And the thing is if you've had to stay at home for a little bit longer than. You're used to because of the covid nineteen then yeah. I mean pain that extra attention to the yard I. Mean that's big time, but also. It's rained a lot over the last few weeks of finally, get a little bit of a break so I'll. Yards going to be a little long. Let's put it down. It was cutting the. Cutting the grass over the weekend. It was a challenge. We've. All right so as we were talking about before the announcement. Is there a silver lining here? In this pandemic, I'll studies have shown that two in five adults have changed for the better. Thanks to the lockdown using their extra time during a corona virus wisely, they've adopted new habits to keep themselves busy. In fact, a recent survey of two thousand British adults reveals that forty three percent of people they've changed their ways for the better now. Researchers sought to learn how habits in daily is changed as a result of this lockdown, a nearly half of those surveyed expect to keep up with these new hobby skills and daily habits. They've taken on Anthony I. Know that I had made an adjustment anyway as a new year's resolution before this all happen. I wanted to lose twenty pounds. I wanted to of get back into a little bit better shape. It couldn't have timed out better and I hate that. It took a pandemic to do this because it never should have but there there is a certain irony or a silver lining where people have had all of this time to kind of take stock of what's been going on, not only in their own lives, but perhaps in relationships. We talked about at the top of the show. How the hell are people going to go back to dating? After this? You know what are the do's and don'ts what? Are you, are you going to be? A little, more proactive and figuring out health history of people are. You've literally going to ask someone? Hey, have you been exposed? Have you had? Have you been tested? There's so much that's going to come out of this. And as it relates here not only on Memorial Day, but to our veterans and older people as well. People have been socially isolated for a good amount of time now, and the negative connotation with that is that the socially isolated people over forty percent more likely to suffer some significant. Mortality, and that goes along with heart attacks strokes. Cardiovascular events, the socially isolated or nearly fifty percent more likely to die from any 'cause you hear about this covert phobia about people not wanting to go back to doctors offices because they don't want to contract the virus. It's far reaching in, and we know that our veterans are directly affected by it and knowing that many of them that come back. That are in an elderly age range. Once they get to that point are going to be an assisted living homes. Heck, there's Times where I'm sure. A number of these seniors have gone an entire week without anyone talking to them because you physically get me. We see the pictures all the time about. Friends and family having to come up by a window, and that's the only way you can see them, because you can't go into the facilities. I, it's really a a major major issue that will have to continue to watch as we move forward, but directly affecting our veterans nonetheless. and. It has to to answer your question about What have we have just a few things on my in the top one which helps my wallet? On cooking more at home. Grocery bills have been a little bit better than going out. Bills have been pretty much nonexistent. Yes, yes, and then you do, go back. You do go back out for just a quick lunch and whatnot you realize. Oh, wait a minute. Save a lot of buddy cooking at home so. So you do have that. I want to know Jensen. Will we watch the next time? We watched news whether locally or nationally, and you notice how the anchors are now spread a par or Different Studio Acre right I wondering who will be the first to bring their anchors back to where they were. Before covid nineteen that was something I would watch my guess is. It's going to have to their vaccine. We'll have to be out just because of liability or things like that and I don't have any information whatsoever. Because you know for baseball we'll get a traffic here in a moment. For Baseball, you know for US whenever we go back I'm anticipating ally in the studio will be in a similar situation where we'll be kind of separated at that desk. We won't be able to stand next to each other at the towers or whatever the regulations may be. It directly affects everything so that's that's definitely something to think about. Traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons here on Newsradio WPA AM eleven hundred here dot com, Newsradio W. T. A.. Emmy Eleven hundred Cleveland home of the Indians and cavaliers. IHEART radio station. Might Trivisonno show on Newsradio. Am Eleven hundred cans Louis. For the big guide today Happy Memorial Day to all of you out there and again a mile, high salute, and thank you all that have served and have given the ultimate sacrifice without you. We are not able to go about our lives. The way that we had been used to even amidst this global pandemic, but as things start to reopen as our economy starts to get going again. Hopefully, things get back to normal to one six, five, seven, thousand, seven hundred. We're just talking about before the break. What has changed or or people saying that they have changed for the better? Thanks to the lockdown. There are a couple of of numbers to throw out to you I think one of the most important things is. We know that technology has been massive as far as people working from home. We've seen obviously an uptick with facetime with zoom skype all these different ways online. To try and at least connect for business purposes, let alone connecting with loved ones, and this obviously plays a huge part in memorial. Day today having friends and family that can't travel. That can't be with each other in the same place. How about forty five percent? Of people have used some sort of video technology for a video call during lockdown. And they say that they did more now than they would. Before strings were put in place. No, no. Nothing Earth shattering about that, but now when you think about virtual birthday parties, twenty five percent of video calls for that Bar Trivia Games didn't even think about that Anthony were really? Twenty Percent Bar Trivia Games on. Ending and then this one is the kicker for me virtual bachelor and Bachelorette. Parties. About the mechanics of that all right that is, that is very interesting to me to think about seven percent of the uptick is now bachelor and Bachelorette parties that virtual so. Again if you're out there and you've done this to one six five seven nine eleven, hundred would love to hear how this is all come about. But also maybe even even more central this. A, lot of people have had received unemployment assistance. Okay, and we've heard in cases, and now it's becoming even even a larger portion. People are making more money. Anthony on unemployment than what they did at their job before this global pandemic, and the question now becomes. Going back to work I. Mean you're going to have to do it at some point, but how many people are going to wait? How many people are going to say? I found doing this. I'm going to try and get through this until I really feel like things are back to normal before I go back to my regular job. Well, it depends on the one hand. If your employer calls and you declined, the employer can easily report the. The state has set up a website for employers to easily put down their employer employee information and If they declined and their unemployment, benefits are taken away, but. If. Not Available. I. Mean Look seeking four work. You're talking getting your normal benefits if you've been able to getting normal benefits plus six hundred. Look at that's. It will be a little bit. Hurt away. Yeah, I mean don't want is going to turn down more money. I, haven't I haven't seen it especially with with what's going on. I'd just shocked. But that is a real thing to think about here because there's a lot of people looking at this economically saying well, if we're feeling like there's going to be a a second wave of this, come in the fall. Why am I GONNA? Put myself in a position where this job may not be there and I'm going to take less money for the next couple of months to go back to work I know. There's a lot of people that are are in a situation where they've got to make that call. That's going to be hard to do what about now workplaces. Workplaces are completely different because people had to get used to working from home so now, what do you do if you say well if I don't ever have to go back into an office? Do you ever go back to that? There is so much of a footprint from a commercial real estate standpoint that I. Don't think people have wrapped their minds around yet. A business owners I'm sure have, but the majority of companies that have had to have been able to at least stay afloat and stay open through this a lot of them using that virtual concept, and that virtual connectivity to be able to maintain business. Maybe some of them have found ways to improve business. You may have seen last of a full office building or a a crowded office space due to these distancing regulations. I I am fascinated by how that will all transpire. And knowing that once. Pretty much all of the lockdown restrictions or all of that easing has gone has gone away. Regular Office space outside spaces. Where where does the office become now, are you if you're going to work from home from now on, do you have? One place. That's a Home Office. And and just say all right I'm going to go here. I am used to leaving and coming. Is that going to get monotonous? Feel like I. Need a change of scenery and and Jessica will quick I'll I'll add on to. Even. Look at cities like here in our home base in Independence Ohio, which has plenty of office space of gettable, and he's parking. Lots are empty, and if these companies turn around and say well, you know we really don't need this office space. That's less money for the city of independence and some other cities like Beechwood and others the great point. It's a great point. I mean we've been doing the talk for show basically in a mobile setting. You and Brian Watt. Say and our producers have done a great job. You know to go down. To world headquarters down, we're used to seeing you guys through the glass. And now this has changed the dynamic of the show. I know I know tradesman able to do stuff from home Carmen is well seth. There's such dynamic there. There's a chemistry there and I have to believe that synonymous with a lot of other businesses. You're used to seeing people physically. Where you're in the same room now I know you can try and recreate that with this virtual office set up of Man Alive I. think that this whole thing has changed a lot of corporate structure in a day to day operation sense than people even realize at this point Anthony. We're doing a show where your independence. I'm on the West Side of Cleveland, and it's like we're in the same room, so does that affect the product? Does that affect how we do things moving forward I think there's considerations now at least from a corporate setup that are going to affect a lot of lives. Does that mean also? that. We have staggered workspace that we have staggered work schedules even more so than maybe a shift that people are used to from times in the past. Something to consider two one six five seven eleven hundred number to jump into the conversation. Tech says always to one zero, nine five brought to you by absolute roofing. We'll get into a little bit of dating. Do's and don'ts here because this weekend. Probably the best example so far of the reopening of where you've run into friends, you've run into people. And especially if you're single or if you're looking to start dating again. How does that change your approach? How do you feel? That that's going to affect yourself and your behavior moving for, let's go back to the phones real. Quick before we get to the news here. Let's bring in Tony, Tony you're on the trip show. Johnson Tony Massage everybody asks Tony. How are you my friend? How good my man so guess! What those office buildings that you're talking about! I own a window cleaning business that services the windows in most buildings, so I am affected on racks I wrote. A trickle effect that is so unfortunate and you gotta look at the cleaning people to clean those office building and on the people get you know. Fix The glass in a parking lot, and this is a nightmare. That's all I can say. It's really going to be a nightmare. Glue friend I'll talk to you soon. You got a big T as always. One of the Great Friends of the show. Tony does such a great job. Yeah, the trickle effect is the perfect terminology because you look at maybe some of the major things there and don't realize how many other different businesses and small businesses most likely are so important to the effectiveness day to day, and the success of those larger footprints, so something to think about. With that will send things over to cal- Cornell for the news. Thank you Johnson. It's five O. six president trump praising the US military's takes on a new fight against the corona virus. In recent months, our nation and the world have been engaged in a new form of battle. Against an invisible enemy speaking yet for mckenry National Monument in Baltimore Maryland trump lauded servicemembers for their actions. During the pandemic, the president specifically cited the military members who are taking care of patients and making sure their supplies delivered trump adding quote together we will vanquish the virus in the meantime the President tweeting something directed at North Carolina's Democratic governor, saying. Governor Roy. Cooper is in a shutdown new president. Trump is calling for an immediate answer about whether the Republican National. Committee can have full occupancy for his convention in Charlotte Land. Land for Aug Vice President Mike Pence told Fox and friends. It's a reasonable request. A having a sense now is absolutely essential because of the immense preparations that are involved and we look forward to working with the Governor Cooper. The president's threatening to find another site for the convention. Saying it's not something he wants to do adding I. Love The people of North Carolina Rachel Sutherland Fox News. Nobody in Ohio and keeping a closer eye on those daily coronavirus figures in governor Mike, Dewine, he taught on NBC's Meet the Press. Press that whether there will be a resurgence of cases. All depends on what citizens of the State Do. I, have great confidence in Ohio and so we're really promoting wearing the mask and keeping keeping that distance as we open up the economy. We think we can do two things at once. You haven't are also reminding people that don't have to wear facial covering all the time, not necessarily if you're by yourself in the car or at home or even on a hiking trail far from other people northern. Ohio's only national. National Cemetery for military veterans would normally have special ceremonies and Memorial Day, but social distancing has made that impossible Dan Williams director of the Ohio. Western Reserve National Cemetery outside Seville says normally any veteran buried, their gets full Mary, full military honors, but those are on hold for now anyone who's had a service or came out and We had an interment they'll. They can call back in, and we'll go ahead and and do memorial service at that time schedule that for him, so all of our veterans who receive. Full Military Honors William says the cemetery is open to the public during the pandemic for anyone who wants to come in pay, an honor respect to the ceased veterans in a Star County fifteen year, old, earning his high school and college diplomas one day after the other Tom Jordan graduated from stark state. College with an associate's degree in general science yesterday, and will graduate from Glencoe High School today. The teen is the youngest stark state graduate in history. After starting classes at the age of eleven Jordan has plans to become a math professor at a top college. I'm Rob Bailey. WTI REMAINS WTN sports. The MLB we want to turn out to be playing, don't forget tomorrow. Big Day Union and owners. They score off Senate deadline. Guys who get it done speaking of the tribe tonight seven o'clock right here on. wwl AM eleven hundred. The Twenty Second Game Win Streak continues will at least through tonight. What Hammy and Rosie Bratkowski the winner of Nascar's Coca Cola, six hundred Tiger Woods peyton manning. They raise twenty billion, winning the law pouty homemade, the cavaliers, marksmanship, WTA, Eleven, Hundred Sports, traffic, and weather together mornings and afternoons. Traffic and weather on the ten weekday mornings and afternoons. The might trigger son Osho on Newsradio W.. T. AM hundred. Minutes before we get to traffic and weather to you, a couple of good texts coming into to one, zero, nine, five brought to you by absolute roofing. If you remember Tony Mentor, Anthony He called in earlier, and he says please apologize to Jensen that. I called him out at least twice multitasking Tony I'm trying to think of penance. For you, because as you know, I sound nothing like Alan I. Far better looking than he is, too. Far Better looking part. You can't see yet because we're not back on the air. We actually are tonight for an all day. Drive report home addition at six thirty on sports time. Ohio and we talked about this earlier that. Directly following myself here on the trip show at seven o'clock we will have the radio call from Tom, Hamilton and Jim. Rosenhaus, for win number twenty. Two of the twenty two game win streak at has been great to relive a lot of those moments and Anthony as you know from being on TV. We get to here at home. We get to hear hammer call because we're up in that press box area, so we'll go back and forth between the volume there on the radio call, and then also listening to Matt Underwood Rick. Manning and Andrea not on our home of sports time. Ohio so to get the different perspectives because. You go back and you. You listen through some of these great moments and some of these games. Win Number twenty two was the toughest win of all of them, and this is also a streak where you played to doubleheaders in Yankee Stadium in three days, and you WanNa four the Games. and. There's a lot of different numbers in this that make the street just completely unbelievable, but win number twenty two people don't remember, maybe they. Maybe they will. When when you watch it back and you listen back to it. You're down to your last strike and Kelvin Herrera. Who was closing at the time for the royals? Was Lights out. I mean he was on a run. He was ridiculous. You had the right guy that played at Frankie lender. I. Had Gotten on, and he was your tying run. But the way the ball is hit to left Field Alex Gordon Gold Glove leftfielder for the royals I said on on the broadcast is. That's the one guy you hope you don't hit it too because. More than likely, he's coming down with it. And for whatever reason that that jump was was a little bit late. It was about half step or a step too late, and it was just under the outstretch reach of Gordon, going into the wall so as so many times things that have to go right. Need to go right of all days win number twenty two is when they needed it more than any two six, five, seven, eight, seven, hundred back to the phones I will Balkan in Mike from Cleveland Mike. You're on the trip show. I've got a pretty good idea. How to clarify. Three months we caught the virus and the governor slowly games this distancing stop close down business after business. Everything went down and now as of today or yesterday. I think we're in Ohio where around ten thousand deaths? And you know it seems like it's going nowhere. Why don't we try and my idea? Say. There is no virus. Let everybody go back to work. Let's stop distancing. I would anything I ever in my pockets that the numbers go down and I don't know about the death numbers, but I guarantee you. The numbers window John Because obviously in my opinion, their system didn't work. You know we've lost all these people. And all the viruses hit because of their system. Now I understand i. just read a big delays. Plain dealer, the nineteen eighteen you know. When when it hit there and we lost six hundred sixty thousand people in, America. Nine hundred eighteen virus. Well here. We're going to be under that number and they're obviously. It's a virus. I don't get me wrong. I'm not an idiot. Are People getting dying of this and everything out? But the one thing and this is the reason I really called. I find it. Remarkable of all the major cities in America do that Cleveland only has. Forty eight deaf, and I, believe with exception of a couple of states out west know it's not really affecting Cleveland has the lowest death rate of any major city in America of populations of four, hundred, thousand or more, and just seeing that I guess this is why became skeptical because it really never home here in Cleveland again I still. Got It. Wrong I'm glad handing, but if it would have somebody very known or even new -gistically, it would affect me differently, but I've always been a skeptic. Because of a numbers game nicotrol Eddie numbers that you want. How many did we don't know where they're getting these numbers? We just sit there and take it and. I'm glad. You won't be. Great, do all those because. Let's get an off of our check. And listen to what I'm saying. We get to get rid of this. There's a lot of Aneurin me because of all the. Business Down in. San We're allows each summer. We don't even. Play cheater nine open. Hanging hanging, there Mike Hang in there. We'll be all right, I. Appreciate the phone call and we'll get you some of those numbers, and just for the record Ohio. I believe the number of confirmed probable deaths associated with covert is right around two thousand. And two hundred were. We're probably under the CDC guidelines. So yeah I think it's right around. It's either seventeen hundred nineteen hundred somewhere around there. But the total number of confirmed and probable Cova diagnoses that top thirty, one, thousand, nine, hundred with twenty, nine, thousand, seven, hundred confirmed cases and more than two thousand, one, hundred considered probable, so just the numbers there could traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons here on Newsradio W. T., a. m., e. seven hundred. He should dot org. Mitrova Sano show on newsradio WTO eleven hundred. Anthony Little did you know that playing the stone? Start me up with a really appropriate intro. For this next topic. Really You couldn't have known had that. This timing was impeccable because. As I as I'm going through here. Just making sure that I, had the numbers correct after Mike and Cleveland called. For the coronavirus deaths and diagnoses. I come across. A story. That says National Lockdown in Italy drives thirty percent increase in divorces. Start up the start up the marriage counselors and I've got to believe that in our at least listening audience, not only north, east Ohio, but on the free iheartradio APP. This is going to be relatable to. People out there so. This comes out of Rome, two and a half months of force lockdown. has pushed. Many married couples into crisis and divorce filings have seen a whopping thirty percent increase. Since the outbreak began remember. Italy was one of the hardest hit places. And they had upwards of what sixty seven seventy days. Of confinement on a national lockdown. And according to accounts related by marriage counselors who took the skype and WHATSAPP to help struggling couples cope with the obvious stress of lost jobs and extended confinement. The irritation caused by everything from now get this I'm read this to you and I just just bear with me here. Irritation caused by everything from. Badly squeezed toothpaste tubes. Socks left on the floor. Suspicious phone. Calls. And tight sherrod spaces has been magnified by the extended lockdown resulting in a run on the divorce courts. The occasional relief of intentions from a dip in the sea, or a walk in the woods, was no longer an option resulting in homes, becoming virtual pressure cookers with prolonged silence, alternating with outbreaks of outbreaks of angry, shouting recriminations and even domestic violence. For this reason, Italy's National Lawyers Council made the decision to allow couples in certain regions to request divorced by email. To be followed by an online hearing to be conducted virtually by the lawyers without the participation of the parties. Some of these accounts are quite interesting. One marriage counselor says she received no less than sixty emails. After the lockdown began and when phase two was launched on May fourth twelve couples initiated divorce proceedings. She says quote. One client of mine kicked her husband out of the House who had to go back and live with his mother. In the auto certification, he wrote that he needed to take care of her because she was sick. However one husband hoped to get away with the excuse of the Mile Long Line at the supermarket in reality, he was visiting his lover, who was also the next door neighbor. All my goodness many said another person to the supermarket in his place. Wow all the problem. Was that his? Became suspicious and followed him. The result was that they called me at one o'clock in the morning and I don't know who was screaming more, the wife or the husband. This is amazing. Again divorce, not a funny thing, but it is one of the many many results of what this lockdown at with this quarantine. Is going to give. I know that there's people out there that have that have been forced. To be with people a little bit longer than desired, but I can I can definitely understand where there are certain marriages. Are there certain relationships where? People need their space. To one six five seven hundred eleven hundred zero number I. I know there's people out there. That have gone through this. I can't wait this weekend in general. Get Out of the House. Get to a place where other people I've seen this person sixty seven days in a row. Like. Ten hours a day a need a break. I can. I can totally understand that while thirty percent uptick. In divorce requests just in Italy alone. And? That was a place Anthony to where you couldn't go outside. You cannot leave like they will arrest you. You cannot leave Your House For a three two time there, you could not leave. I can't even imagine. You know at least here at least here in Ohio. We were allowed to go outside right. You mix it up a little bit. Even with everything being closed, and you could still at least for for those of you. That had the ability to to get out of your home. But they couldn't could not leave the premise. Unless. You had a piece of paper that said you were allowed to. Look I I will say this. I am not married, but as a son of divorced parents I can tell you that you know what. Maybe that time getting out of the House and working could be for the best because if you're at home all the time, sometimes, sometimes the flaws. Shine. Everything gets magnified every little thing. I like to call the honeymoon phase. You know when you start dating. Someone or you're newlyweds where you just let everything Kinda got. Yeah no big deal and it certain things that do annoying like this'll pass. We'll, we'll let it go no. Air Things that all of a sudden rear, their ugly heads, and I love that they went into these specifics. These marriage counselors like poorly rolled toothpaste tubes like who? What's that in an official document? A little bit I'm not lie. I will put that down to I WOULD Socks left on the floor. Another suspicious phone calls okay. I can see where someone would be like all right, and that perfect example where the guy sent a stunt double the supermarket, but he was going to the next door, neighbor the lover. An expert of daytime television I mean this fits right in intricate super interdit. That's a four game plan right there. That's thought out. That, that is I. Mean you're you're trying to organize now? How do you even get a look alike guy that or someone that that could be a d'appel Ganger to say? Guy Already knows. I guess what is let me let me think about the stunt. What kind of compensation do you get for that to be like hey? I'll go out and impersonate you, but you're going to have to help me out here. Much worth the? One lie leads to another lie. Niece leads to another lie. How are you how much you have in the wallet? Are you willing to go through all this? I mean. 'CAUSE! retainer. Honestly that's more fulltime job, did anything? At all, times, I've been I've been a single man now since Thanksgiving and to think about you know you kind of go through these stories, and you think about situations that you've been through. And I know exactly where my. Went right when I was reading these specific things about what was irreconcilable differences for these couples that that did just blew everything up like you know what? Is A good time for? Afternoon everyone. It's five thirty five secretary of veterans. Affairs Robert Wilkie remembering what makes an American soldier so special on Fox. News Today Wilkie lauded the American warrior for helping everybody around the world including those who wish US harm, president trump, meanwhile threatening to move the Republican National Convention away from Charlotte's. Today trump said at full occupancy isn't allowed. The Party will be reluctantly forced to find another place to hold a convention or Carolina's Governor Roy. Cooper responding hours later in a statement saying the state is quote or lying on data and science to protect the state's public health and safety for Kagi County Commissioner Jimmy. Damore one of the Kobe nineteen patients at a federal prison. Moore's attorneys say disgraced politician tested positive for the virus at out and Correctional Institution last week, and we talked about it throughout the show today the Cleveland Metro parks closing down vehicle access into edgewater, Park Whiskey, island and And Wendy Park today this after reports surfaced of flack of northeast Ohioans who took to the beach with little social distancing, being practiced foot traffic is being allowed, but there are officials on scene to help encouraged distancing guidelines three news forecast when he Mr Hero Roman Burger Weather Center. Here's Betsy Kling a few isolated evening storms will come to an end overnight. We'll go partly cloudy to mostly clear and start the day Tuesday near seventy right back into the upper eighties to near ninety for Tuesday afternoon. Partly cloudy skies will prevail with a few pop-ups possible. This report is brought to your podcasts. News Radio on Facebook, twitter and W. T. A. M. dot com. The MITROVA! Sano show on newsradio. AM eleven hundred ten Lewis in for the big guy. Thanks for making us part of your Memorial Day afternoon. Hope everyone is enjoying. What has been a really hot hot day here in Cleveland and speaking of hot. That's the topic right now. Divorce is in Italy up because everyone is. been quarantined together on, you got to believe if you're a newlywed or for a year younger couple that's. been wanting to make some babies. You probably had the opportunity Anthony Rights. There's probably been chances to do that yes. Yes, no time wasted yes! Practice makes perfect one six five seven eight eleven hundred. Let's jump back on the phones. It's welcome in John in Cleveland John You are on the trip show. Hey guys. Hey, listen I want to say two things. One thing is about. The pregnancies during this from from the first of April toll now I really like to see what the endings are. How many children are born at this time? And I can I say something about Rx right games. you gotta be Nice It'd be nice. It's perfect the weekends the way he's been shuffling around. This weekend's is perfect. Everybody I listened to all the commercials and everything I think the way he made the lineup. And how switched you guys around has been great. New John. On now he's got a job and I just wanted to thank you guys. Thank you John Cleveland appreciate the phone call and again? It's been nice to know Anthony. He's been part of this long, Brian. We've got an outstanding production crew here at Newsradio. WTI eleven hundred dollars, guys on news, Kyle as well and and to know that we've had the opportunity at least speaking for myself and Apple Hausky Andrea. Non Nick Camino Dennis Panel off. We've been with you on nights. Following the trips show on talk force and that's Gosh. What are we in Anthony now week? Five or six I would have been on tonight but A. Week eight or nine. Okay, all right so again time flies here. If I'm sure for a Lotta, people, it's felt like it's been crawling along for us where we're just happy to have the opportunity to not only have some reps, but also to to kind of stay in flow. Because when we hit the ground running when baseball ends up coming back at least for me now we'll at least have that ability to to to have. Some tempo and some field because I know that another people listen to us and watch us. It's still take some time. It's great. We joke spring training for everybody right? You know those first couple of times oxidants. You gotta get used to the timing and everything getting it comes back rather quickly, but this is also a different forum to today being a perfect example, the solemness of Memorial Day but also the impacts and the outlying tentacles of how. It's been affected because of what covid nineteen has produced, and you get into now these stories to Anthony of. Couples and people that have had to be together for an extended period of time. And I know there's people out there, so we'll be happy to hear from you. Two six five seven hundred eleven hundred. There's so many people that this effects, and and these certain times I I. It doesn't surprise me that numbers out of Italy. What's happened? No, not at all he. We WanNa talk your with your significant other more than normal. Saul. You learn. You really learn about that person you learned about yourself and. He magin if you're a newlywed, okay, let's say you had but say that you had a wedding in January all right and and you go through your honeymoon in February or herb. Shortly after you come home and hey, our first month or two were married. You can't leave. Here is leaving. Do One six, five, seventy, seven, hundred back to the phones we go. Let's welcome in Robert from the West. Side Robert you're on the trip show. Hey thanks for answering a question. Well. I'm getting ready to answer. Anybody made any type of mentioned about putting the government program together for like Roh construction I heard it on the radio a couple of Robert that's a great question would have to dig into more of that to to give you the right information, but I'd have to believe knowing. With over thirty six million people unemployed right now that there would be something in the works, if not already there for for people to look into. Because I. Mean You know? Dogs Day at home or six hundred dollars going to work. A lot of folks probably won't work. Yeah, no, and that's the topic. We appreciate the phone call Robert I. That was the topic earlier that you know for people anthony, that are making more money off of unemployment right now. Then what they did at their job before the pandemic it, we just kind of surmise that it is going to be a difficult decision for people to say all right. Yes, I. Do want to go back to work. But if I go back to work and I'm not making as much money by not working. What do you do that? That's that's really difficult. Call and you're almost trying to. Have the best of both worlds almost like, do you? Do try to time it out. Go to the end of unemployment. The problem though is that if you know with employers if they have jobs available right now and within the next month, and you don't take that. You run into a situation where? One of money runs out. Job. And I think to of people with preexisting conditions doesn't matter what age you are, but going back to a workplace. Has it been exposed and I know I'm sure. Many corporations have gone through the the necessary steps of sanitizing doing everything possible. To remove or at least to? Try to nullify as much exposure as possible. Let's say you're in retail I. Think right away and not only of retail, but but the restaurant industry to mean. You're coming in contact with people that you have no idea. What has what what their exposure is Ben if they've had it or not. I saw an article about. Possible, bracelets that people may? May Have to wear as surveillance tactic for if you come within six feet of someone who's had it. There's something that buzzes in the bracelet to tell you you're I mean. I think there is, there are infringements on your privacy with that issue. Okay, and because can you guarantee me? That's all you're tracking is if someone has been exposed to Cohen and you're trying to stay away from them. There I don't I. Don't know there's any way to prove that beyond a shadow of doubt but. Just measures in place here. We talked about dating. What is dating going to look like post pandemic? If you are taking someone out that you have no idea. What they've done or can you trust that person to say yeah? I I'm I'm not discern. Clean is the wrong word, but I don't have it or I've recovered from it it does that impede you from wanting to pursue a relationship just things we never thought about before that that all of a sudden would come to the forefront, and then on top of that people have relationships and have been together for so long in this isolation scenario. Will that affect them months down the road or years down the road where you've learned things about each other that you didn't know and may not have known. If you didn't spend all this time. Together. Force to spend all this time together. Something to think about are you? GonNa, traffic, and weather together mornings and afternoons here on Newsradio W. t. a. m. eleven hundred. Here's Jackie Roberts. From the Elkin Traffic Center L.. Myron a bladder pain. Medication is causing loss of vision call one, eight, hundred Elk Ohio rain and thunderstorms, popping up around the area, making it a wet and sloppy ride this afternoon, an accident involving a rollover vehicle on to seventy, one south ramp to route eight, and in Akron a serious accident on seventy seven north at the. The Central Interchange blocking three lanes. Some traffic is getting by, but anticipates a major delays Jackie Roberts wgn traffic on eleven hundred am and one zero six point, nine FM and isolated storm chance to Santa Anita and evening otherwise mostly clear and fair skies upper eighties. Today we'll see upper sixties tonight with more showers and storm chances. Supper eighties again on Tuesday. Are you get a couple more minutes here before the top of the hour so I'll try and get as many phone calls as possible to one, six, five, seven, thousand, seven hundred. Let's begin with Bob from the east side. Bob. You're on the trip show. I'm watching all these guys walking around with the masks. Chip on a basketball court and I'm like you know this is like ruining folks health. Six months from now when they start evaluating what's going on? Yeah, and it's something to consider and to know that. You know when when Mike DeWine came out and said Hey, you've got to wear a mask when you're going into an establishment. And then he had to walk that back and say we strongly. We strongly recommend that I think a lot of people felt infringing upon. Their rights themselves, but yet to your point, a lot of medical professionals come out and said it may be worse to be wearing the mask and I think today is a perfect example Bob. It's almost ninety degrees and a lot of our listening area, and you're telling me that people are going to be comfortable wearing that I don't think so. I mean I'm seeing folks literally ride by with Matt. Stanton tops with math and I'm like they know what nobody around. There's a lot of people that are just trying to take the necessary precautions. That's for sure. All Right? There is Bob and I appreciate phone call I'm with. I'm with him about certain issues where those that are at risk, no problem with them doing it, but as we get into warmer weather here. Are People just going to say I just cannot have this face covering on me because it is too uncomfortable. Let alone what the health implications may be of you remember the governor saying. Issuing an order for people to wear masks while shopping in stores with any reverse that. Saying, he was a bridge too far. No question about that. And saying mask wearing were strongly encouraged, but not required. That's. That's where it stands now. Employees business employees are required to wear masks unless they cannot do so. That is the current distinction to six five seven eleven hundred. Jump back on the phone. That's welcome in Joanne from east, Lake Joanne. You're on the trip show. I'm asking you. It's really good to hear your day. By the way I'm just asking you about this Major League baseball thing. It seems like they've been talking for weeks and weeks and weeks. Do you really really think that we're going to get baseball this year? Do you think they can settle this or is this whole thing is just wash doing it. It's a great question. I appreciate that and I'll tell you within twenty four hours. We will have a pretty good idea as far as the Major League Baseball Owners and Commissioner Rob Man said they will give a proposal. Proposal to the players. Association tomorrow if they don't have it already. I and I think that will solidify some of the groundwork that they've been working on the last couple of weeks i. am telling you right now? I will be ultimately shocked if there is no baseball this year, I, there is too much to lose on both sides. They understand that in it would really be mind boggling to see them not to an agreement just from people I've spoken with knowing that both sides. Yes, is every sports franchises? Every sports player going to lose money this year one hundred percent. The fact of the matter remains that in baseball there in a unique position because their collective bargaining agreement. It ends in two thousand, twenty, one, no other league, no other major Pro Sports League is facing this dilemma, because whatever the short term agreement is with the players and with the owners, there has to be stipulation that this is a one time deal is because of the pandemic because of an extended circumstance that you couldn't have even anticipated and that in line would guarantee that you could not use whatever happens in this negotiation in the broader spectrum when twenty twenty one comes around, so yes I believe we will have baseball. We'll get a better sense of specifics as early as tomorrow. Take a break when we come back final hour, the trip show. Don't go anywhere Jensen Lewis with you on Newsradio W. t. a. m. eleven hundred. More than ever. Ask Alexa Play W. T. A. and eleven hundred on iheartradio. The. Son Asano show on newsradio. Eleven hundred, we are family, indeed and the radio family here at the Newsradio WTI eleven hundred, extending our heartfelt thanks to those veterans. Wherever you may be wherever you may be listening to those that are active duty, continuing to lay their lives on the line and fight for our freedoms, a very very big, Happy Memorial Day, and thank you for your service to you out there to one six, five seven eight hundred number to jump in the conversation jets Lewis with you all the way to seven o'clock just a reminder. Coming up at six thirty we are GONNA play President Donald Trump's memorial day. Speech from Fort McHenry today very moving and very insightful, very well thought out, and certainly we'll touch the emotions of of everyone who listens to it. We'll play that for you in its entirety. Beginning at six thirty SEAL WANNA. Stay tuned for that. Let's go back to the phones now against one six five seven hundred eleven hundred. Let's bring in Gary from Cleveland. Gary, you're on the trip show. Johnson you know with with us being you know At home now I have two young girls and We go on the Internet. You know because they're young I. Go I. Watch with them and we go on. We search websites. Right can't just found a new hero. Her name is American Garden. CHECK WITH A. C. H. I. C.. and. She's a young girl that just decided. She wanted to learn how to shoot guns and she went to a range and they showed her how to do it. How she was filming it her journey on learning. How does she guns? And she's not anything agenda. She just wants to learn and she is a big feminist She's not a Democrat or Republican. She's like a libertarian type girl who were patriotic and she dresses girly girl close. Range and all these guys helper and show her how to shoot. A proper technique and she's the girl love her. Well guess what? Their new hero at seven o'clock, we gotta go up on the Internet and Watcher I. You know. I had to get their. You know their swag from her website because we wanted and they want to go to the ranger and she's done so anyway. Raquel so anyway. Guess what's happening. Youtube Google facebook are going after they're trying to defender. She does this all on her own. She gets a little van. itchy goes to different shooting ranges and different She even went on I hunt to shoot a hog and Guys one whether you know to show her how to do it. And it is so. Addictive. I can't tell you you know it's. Not about you gotTA, check it out American gone chick. All right, very she. She has instagram twitter facebook what? What's happening? They're trying to defender see. He needs to stay. You know to travel to the different places. She needs donations. And their defunding her trying to make up crap, and she's really a nicer. She's funny. And It's you gotTA check it out. I'm telling right. It's definitely. But, I they're going after and I wish supporter. Gotcha. All right well we'll. We'll check that out. Definitely. Thank you very much. Call Gary I appreciate data. There's. I have to say it There's there's always things that you find online that you call into question and motives in people that are pushing something but refreshing to hear. That someone who has it sounds like no party? Affiliation is just doing something to remind all of us again on on a day like memorial. Day that. You have the freedom to express yourself. You have the freedom to. Go, about and do things that you want, and that is all because of of those people that have made the ultimate sacrifice and continue to lay their lives on the line every single day so. Kudos to everyone who's doing that, but also remembering. that. You have the opportunity to do that. Because of our great men and women in uniform to one, six, five, seventy, seven hundred. To join the conversation here Anthony. I know there's a texts coming in. That is asking the best dish that you cook. We were talking about things that I don't want to call it. An unintended consequence of quarantine and `isolation here, but you said that you have had to cook more because at most of the restaurants have been takeout only so best dish, apparently that that that you can cook now. Wow, I mean well. Well, I'll say this. Expert at cooking. But I'm pretty I'm pretty pretty confident right now. In my spaghetti and meatballs, I know base Sur, but I'm pretty confident in my spaghetti and meatballs right now. I really. Do because I'm sure Nick Camino? WHO's a big fan of the show won't listen and and because he's a resident Italian. Yes, he's. He's going to ask. If you make your own sauce and again I know there's a big distinction knowing that Italian people are very particular about this I'm working I'm working on that. All the we need I'm working on I. Know Karma Listening to so I'm working on it. We'll get the day off as someone else. Probably Cooking Carmen today. I for one I've been a big big cooking aficionado for a long time. If you follow me on Instagram at J., Lou Fifty J. L. E. W. F. I F T Y I try and put up a good amount on my instagram story of things that I've been doing and and I owe a debt of gratitude to my mom taught me at a very very early age how to get around the kitchen how to help out, and then also was starting to get responsibilities of making certain things for dinner as I got into my teenage years. And be useful in the kitchen that has paid off and more because I'm as many women listening out. There are many eligible ladies. If you're man can cook. It's almost game over almost. But Anthony I have to give you that knowing that you continue working at that craft. It's going to pay dividends in ways that you never thought possible. Just a tip from the pro. Wine well aware. Speaking of well aware traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons on newsradio. T. A. Eleven. Hundred here asked. Ask Alexa play. Uta Eleven hundred on iheartradio. Might've Sano show on Newsradio W.. T. AM eleven hundred? Texts coming into two zero five brought to you by absolute roofing John Lewis Infant big guy here on the trip show. From the four four O. J. Lou married twenty, seven years and I just figured out why my wife married me I can cook. Happy wife happy life. Isn't that what we hear all the time twenty seven years strong. Man Can Cook and keep Mama happy there. You go to six five seven eight eleven hundred number jumping on the conversation. Just during this commercial break. I I am cooking from home tonight. Because of the show being from three to seven today, I'm usually on. Mondays with you. Guys talk for us from seven to ten. Tonight, though a treat in store for you because we have win number twenty, two of the Indian twenty two game win streak back in two thousand seventeen Tom Hamilton Jim Rosenhaus with the call and and one that I know many people looking forward to. It's the closest game out of all of the twenty two wins, and it's the one that literally came down to the final strike, but in true holiday fashion I'm making some. Baked chicken and some fries. Some homemade French fries so during that commercial break anthony. I had to JUMP FROM A my station here at home to make sure that I could season. The potatoes throw them in the. And set the time around. Because don't WanNa burn the fries, but it couldn't come at a better time, but just again. The your your things that you do during quarantine things you get better at. We'll be a home cooked meal tonight. You said that you have no desire to cook tonight. Don't going to be perfectly honest, so we need a restaurant out there somewhere. That can offer. Some takeout. He has no desire to Cook for himself I don't. There's times where you're like. Forget it. I'm done. I don't WanNa. Do it and today Memorial Day a lot of people out grilling a lot of people on. At least not at edgewater now, maybe not as much, but having picnics, or whatever and enjoying their time outside today though outside. Ninety degrees and it's hard to sit outside and. It really is unless you got some good shady. Get some good air movement, but it's been nice to. It's been nice to get back out and two local businesses and local places that. Everyone has been frequenting before this pandemic. I know over here in West Lake a lot of Crocker. Park is now back open and the restaurants that were packed with patio. Goers people around all hours of the day. Anthony was really fun to have. Some vibrance back and some traffic I mean I've been used to running around the streets out here with with no cars coming down the road and now I'm just kind of have my head on a swivel making shuttle run into anybody on on the sidewalks. And now we have people out shopping again, and it's just good to see. It's good to see people back out and and being able to to spend money in a way where they don't feel like Gosh. Am I going to be able to meet rent. Am I going to be able to do? Do the mortgage. You know that if people are out here, they've either a had to do things. I'll tell you what the biggest one was for me. Anthony the salons, the nails spas. I you would think it is Christmas. Warning for some of these women out there that have waited so long to get their hair and their nails. I get it I understand I. Listen you date. Someone for I did some for four years and you? You only let one person do your hair. You go to one spot that and this is meticulous stuff guys learn. You go to one place. That does your nails right? The lines outside of some of these places to open and I loved it. I thought it was great. Because it's like all right I'm going in. I can't wait to feel good about myself again. Every girl walking out of there, every lady walking out of there feel like a million bucks. It was solid. It really was but. That sense of normalcy that that is what we wanted to get back to. And I feel like we're on track to do that on a day, though like today memorial, day, one that we certainly will remember for a long long time, just because it is so out of the ordinary not to be able to gather as as we used to. Were people are used to in in honor of those that have given the ultimate sacrifice, and to be able to spend time as a family, and to be able to talk about the good times with people, and to be able to share that precious time in experience with those veterans that have been able to come back and are able. To participate and be great citizens, not only here. But but heroes for what they have been able to do, and giving us the ability to live with freedom, each and every single day, as we said at the top of the show, and we said many many times throughout this show, a mile, high salute, and our deepest gratitude and thanks. To every family out there who has someone that is either served before who has given the ultimate sacrifice who has someone active or someone who has returned from tours of duty from service in all branches of the military? This is a day to celebrate you and to celebrate those. that. have done so much to make these United States of America the best country in the entire world. It's been a real pleasure to be with you on one of the harder days in radio. People don't realize because it is a somber day. It is a day of remembrance is a day of reflection. You have to hear some of the gut wrenching calls that we did early on in the show family members dealing. With, things that are that are just incoherent at this point, because what cove in one thousand nine has forced upon. Those of us that have had to quarantine isolate. And compounding that with what today really means. Not only individually, but as an entire nation, so we feel for all of you, we pray for you. Our thoughts are with you on what is a highly emotional day and compounding certainly by this global pandemic Anthony Alford. Always make it sound great. Appreciate you taking the time today on a holiday. To Roll with me on on this show. It's always fun to work with you. As many a cow. Cornell Jackie Roberts do a news and traffic forest. Those of us who work in the entertainment industry? We enjoy being able to bring maybe a sense of normalcy ourselves to you and yours, your family's you keep us going. You're keeping US going right now, and we appreciate you spending part of your afternoon with us here on the trip show for Anthony Alford for Cornell for Jackie. Roberts I'm John. Lewis stay tuned. Everyone will have president trump's memorial day speech from Fort McHenry coming up after the news for everyone here w. t. a. m. eleven hundred for those of you listening around the country. Happy Memorial Day, stay safe everybody so long. Here's what I tell everyone. Was Born by God's dear. Owner nary. And describe. Any reply. Have joined. Sane out. An seen enough to know that we've got. The stars sky. Any live. A. Ban that steel. Apprise. Legions to this. Father who were stupid. And you're proud. The more lack in here.

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had a good time bro let me tell you something that was one of the biggest turnouts my franklin and he said he had a fucking blast over buddy said he had a blast blast gay people great fucking new york all over everywhere everywhere they're celebrating they before they are but anybody who's got a problem with that is crazy but on the dark side let's about the facts here a couple of confused little your wife i'm not sure i'll go have a drink yeah some guys who just want it to be an ally ally to the gay folks just went you know i'm not gay but i am you're ally next thing you know jets millionaire that's what guys have remembered gay dude dude dude it's the all same rules apply all same rules a scumbag arena the plight of men applied a gay man that's like three guys are there's a there's gay guys semiin sister and the gay guys that liv the converge it hurts my feelings as a fifty one year old man that's still a big deal that anyone cares at all it really does does it hurt my feelings 'cause i thought the by the time i was a fucking middle aged fifty one year old father then we'd be done with that people wouldn't care if other people were gay like of all this shit to worry about of all this shit in the world the worry about you worrying about guys who like guys like what do you give a fuck and they always go biblical they always go biblical like it's always a if god one of the beer in the bible that is that she drives me crazy where i lived in my old house in north hollywood there is a gay couple across the street to do to lower the pilot from major airline and he was in the process any other guy got fired and target of being a transgender this goes back to two thousand ten and they had cats you know made the guy talked to the guys about cats that wasn't old guy down the block that will come over and talk like you can't talk on old white dude like you can't talk to kevin carries that neighborhood wants to morals astles moving there and i go there are feeding fucking homeless cats what's the right so this day whenever i go my own labels messy among them pullover i talked to say hello it's just too sweet people trying to be fucking just being who they are gonna be who the fuck they don't we make jokes hey i've made jokes the whole thing but at the end of the day i learned the hard way and i talked about on stage like you were there when i said that my daughter by tomato party yeah she went to school with a kid in his parents were trained jen that i felt kind of weird and wet and on the way out i looked at the kid i seen sixty transgender people that could confirm a community yeah and i saw this little kids smiling and i go home adopted that kids adopt look what they're doing a kid the making of life like and i had closed at dawn i was like i said the joke i believe trending this hour fucking tight that said i eat the food nice yeah it doesn't matter it doesn't matter the only time in matters of maize with sports just stop it just stop it down where we're gonna be fine but this i look there's some statistics see this drew 'em let someone sent me the other fourteen states that allow a high school kids to compete as the gender they they identify was rather than their biological gender in those fourteen states transgender students just dominating trans gender male the female there's dominating his winning everything it's great i know you're from the box that i have a problem let's go here's a lot of sports all of it when when it comes to like power sports like i'm not sure they've done the work here i don't like this idea that every trent like these these excuses outliers and the outliers are there some like super athletes right like you get a regular girl who is a hundred and forty five pounds or you could get you know ronda rousey ways hunting forty five pounds you know there's like this extreme athletes third is people have different serena williams is clearly a different level of athletes athletes in a regular person right regular girl who's like her weight she's just suit superior and i think that that is what you see with some of these transgender athletes come over to become women they say well they're no different than a lagoon in wolf who is like a superior athlete female box you ever see in will knock girls out no dude dude she haymakers is checked with a right hand and say one of those brutal one punch knockout you've ever seen men or women in perfect technique just way lays this girl tim she falls out cold and there's not a whole lot of women other than maybe amanda nunez but amanda nunez is doing it with some little gloves on i wonder if she would be able do it like that with those big gloves i think she probably could cause she had sat god damn hard but you know you gotta judge each sport by the juicy appalling mom and she goes over to bare knuckle boxing doesn't do that well in comparison to say say like if somebody like you know like a really good high level striker with the knockout power with the big gloves on which put like if you put deontay wilder and little gloves i i don't imagine anybody being able to take that he's fucking people up at like a heavyweight with those big gloves so it's a different thing you know who the fuck knows but the idea is the outlier the outlier like deep the if you get one superior athlete and then you have them sort of commensurate with a transgender athletes a guy who is an athlete who became a woman at you know in his thirties and they just identifies goes through the surgery but how much benefit does he take of having testosterone slow through his body for thirty plus years we really don't know it doesn't mean you hate transgender people it doesn't mean you don't love everyone doesn't mean you don't want everyone to relive their life and and be whoever they wanna be with total freedom i don't think we have we have males compete against males for reason 'cause we feel like it's more fair even though it's not like it's not more fair if i'm playing basketball games michael jordan that's unfair he's better better athlete there's there's people there's it's gotta be way better than you no matter what you do like if i trained all my life to be a better basketball player than michael jordan it's not even physically possible right so there's outliers males but when the outliers when there's so many you you've got the when you see so many transgender athletes are dominating in sports and then when you add combat sports which is how i got involved in this when a woman who is doing that who's a transgender woman just not telling anybody insane it was a medical issue that's fucking fucking crazy we all we know we wanna pretended everyone's equal you know we want inclusiveness and we want peace we want everyone to get along we want equality one gender equality okay i get it i see where you're going but we also have to look at reality the reality is there's just fucking giant physical differences these transgender athletes are dominating against women who were born a woman they have to be a woman their whole life they never have thirty years of testosterone through the thrown flowing through their van just like doing steroids thirty years and then stopping that's crazy that's what i think you're freaking me out and you know i just smoke some real me to man how did you get me on this subject i don't even know about transgender people but but as human beings i'd love a mall i love everybody do eddie is one of my favorite guests of all time he's so interesting he's been transgenders since eighty five i believe he said 'em prefers women like women is not not gay fellow just likes dressing up as a woman and a extremely intelligent very interest as fuck that special very low fifteen years ago when my mom yeah say what you wanna say it was up there would v great specials because it had more of a one man show tone to it yeah you didn't qualify as a special but when you look at it as a whole it was a great fucking performance but he's a special person in a just just happens to be transgender it kind of makes me more interesting speaking about special people got apologize to you if it's on me because i've always had this discrepancy last night i went out for a little while i got home i had a couple of numbers and me i grabbed the fucking apple i saw a cast on the line and i put the tv on it in front of me was the blues brothers ooh homeless the last time i watched the blues brothers i dunno so the scene that opens opens up is them at the restaurant when he's trying to talk the maitre d' be joined the band and there's a family next to her husband wife and three daughters and the guys tom i'm not gonna joined the band so he goes really man he takes the bottle of champagne he goes with the table because so much goes i wasn't ready for that i just lost it right he's like so much of goes against what and he goes for the women i went to pay you for the women and the guys like you know mouth sad sack he turns around the guy comes over braces balls again he fucking turns over to the guy got so much for the wife some puts wife i remember this this is this is this is crazy this this what would you buy a house full of food in dan ackroyd court continued eating in the background dog and then we gotta talk about dan ackroyd 'cause he's been like i hemorrhoids he's the silent he don't make a bowl and the guy's phenomenal yeah he's still around and if you don't believe me watch a movie name my girl and watch this and then watching the fucking liberace movie he's outlasted everybody you know he's a serious believer in ufo's what what he's gonna do they got problems right here when he threatened to sue right here how much but otherwise okay look at the guys choking shit champagne and then watch fucking dan ackroyd watch what he does he goes if you don't fucking if you don't joined the band we will be in here at weekday day for breakfast lunch and fucking dinner and watch a dan ackroyd does this fancy restaurant but joe it doesn't stop that they get in the car they drive off looking a little bit of that's craziness the last of real comedic if you're gonna get into comedy or you wanna be this comedy one oh one they walk out they get into a car that black fucking car this is nonstop joe rogan right it's not like a hard like there's none of they get into a car that getting the traffic the cop comes up the nazis parades and he goes baluchi goes illinois nazis i hate the more than anything you listen ackroyd they fucking pullover and they take the congo and go right for the nazis did not have the jump off the bridge white people like clapper the ship but they knocked the more than they pull into a black neighborhood who's playing the fucking top you're boy charlie cook down in the middle of the street don't don't don't just playing the guitar then he's singing a song brothers fucking everywhere doing that business john lee hooker cnn who she inaccurate just staring down from that was diner the get the fucking guitar player this aretha franklin and the aretha franklin the fucking i'm sitting at midnight i gotta go to bed i got i got up at six fifteen with the baby i don't give a fuck i'm watching this aretha franklin and goes off they do a dance the black dude leaves at the white guitar player than what the fuck do that go up pawn shop with the fucking black piano player ray charles he's the one shop all the he opens up the he's blind he owns a punch a little bit of tolerance you just stop wow i had a fucking finally go back i felt bad about going bad they will never make a movie like this ever everyone gets then they start dancing linkage greece they start dancing let it go jay district dancer might look at us like fucking greece look at this this will never happen again joe rogan black people flipping and yeah there's a lot of grief on the cut this will never happen again these these old share this with the direct is at this point look look look at these two you think baluchi gave a fuck wow look out free people were movies there is no superhero movie saint louis millions make this movie look like dancing out that you know i forgot how god damn fund this movie is little response and then the chick that while once the chick that that airplane that was a star wars chick the died on the airplane that was at the check last year might be the best description of anybody ever reefer i had their kilter that on the plus you have sleep apnea should be doing pills on the plane who played the actress in star wars carrie fisher carrie fisher is chasing him throughout the whole movie be dumped the oh the right way and then they go into the bar and they tell the fucking do that they're the good old boys oh my god this just nonstop whoever wrote this directed this shot this so this whole movie they have the nazis and looking from john candy's looking from the state police wow that's all who chicago this is wild man it's just what would the folks or just listen just says the blues brothers nineteen eighty shake a tail feather seen four of nine on movie clips how network would like but you are they allowed the shoulder yeah they've made a deal with them because this links also to the if you wanna watch it you could pay right here rent and all that stuff fist you know what i mean you fully support buying this movie you looking at me going joey its economy why they look at it just has to the brilliant they look like they're having a good time that they're not blow about doing okay now what's the movie where he would walk off the set and just knocked out people draw one of those movies about this fucking nuts when they would say caught you got you know eighteen go sit down blue shoe is self identified the night before he would just wander off into a neighborhood door and go you might have a crush on you know jeff brown looking from neighborhoods this shit he would just find people and asked asleep on rogan what dog could you knock on look the blues brothers mayhem jumbles you fell asleep at a strangers house dan ackroyd proposed cares this is crazy like this was this wow caddyshack a you know when they shot caddyshack they shot it in florida our paramount went down that they fucking went nuts they're like oh they found there'll be snorting coke rodney throwing a party they could you know this is a different type of movies people have fun that's the difference having fun on that set this up all the direct this drink and you know he's keeper bill how many extras that fucking hundreds they're all in tune that if it's like everybody loved that movie that's one of the rare movies with a musical seen it fucking everybody loved the blues brothers right now the blues brothers style i'm saying that live like that was a sketch i i guess so yeah ackward road at john landis directed at they covered it together asteroids crazy in ufo's he's like one of the main celebrities they pull when people start talking about a like you afo real believers he's done like the little clips where he narrates things you afo shows and shit he'll be fucking believes what didn't they just released that there's even more believe now but yeah foes i yeah it's fun i don't know if it's real but a it's fun that's how i feel like i did a podcast with jim florentine explained the jim florentine that what people don't know is that hudson ten county new jersey northern new jersey is the number one place in the country where they have the most ufo's side really northern new jersey look it up jamie if you've got a minute please not to be rude but isn't that like near couple airports no it's it's closer to like do you like when you living in new york city and then you look at the hudson river they say that people will never stop drinking coffee on the phone and they'll see a little flying saucer rooms and i know for a fact that in nineteen seventy six little one whatever the fuck they are i know for a fact that in nineteen seventy five in nineteen seventy six you could check me out on this you afo landers hudson county park i was a kid and the next day the feds locked off the part that yellow tape is go look it up visit usa fall busy that you see that that that that's called the north bergen is where i'm from that's called i forget what it's called but it was so it's a circular building so they did so much coke and they're in the eighties they call just the grind the cause of a shape like the stone age i have a couple of friends that lift that people that lives in that building have seen ufo's were fucking years and if you go you do there's an actual north park you will they dug up they even they came out the more there's a liquor store and the liquor store guy said he seen the lights you heard like oregon music like they they landed a couple martians got out and took samples and got back on the thing and took off those of you to lose the history channel special about it and i still remember being a young kid to find anything jamie not give get that that what's what's popping up all that stuff about that building oh yeah is there anything as you landed that that's the story i'm reading right now is what you're saying yeah i witnesses you know it's not just one guy that says you of all people got knocked on the door and said did you did you see anything anything eleven ten at night and they said you don't want the lights flashing outside they contacted police departments deceived as they went full seventy f b i came in circled the park closed by the little league field hudson county but it is just like you'd think it would the area fifty one you'd think it would close the north las vegas the number one place you follows is northern new jersey they even made a reference to it and the sopranos when he said something and he goes what do you talk on my last week you said you send follow us on twitter at hackensack moonwalking right though those you gotta move in new jersey a lot of a lot of people would big heads yelling the jersey hawkins the gold star it's been there since nineteen fucking lament ski i dunno but that's the only good thing about will knock i think those people in lucky ducted they self and they put him back as being a mother fuckers i did a gig there a couple of times but yeah they used to be like a bar there's a bar that did something that'll be my guns okay yes outside of the secret was it yet outside no no no i think bob is more down the shore he had it but well he had gigs all all over bob how i met bob was he did a gig romano's italian i mean restaurant in my hometown and my buddies like eight a comedian let's take you up there and it went up dan bob's like oh no you know he's a you know an extra and bob came up as i go put joke my friends threatened me so bob put you have we become friends ever since that's awesome i think i follow me on facebook we have a chat and time the time unfazed book bs ufo's mother fuckers look into northern new jersey that's a fucking mother load of that's interesting i read that before but i kind of go daddy one fifty one you afo sightings in two thousand eighteen i as a you get biased because the the story is always some person in the woods and they get abducted they see you afo and some strange town in the middle of nowhere the aliens land the duck people you always think about being a rural thing but if i wasn't alien of course i'd go to new york city new jersey what what the fuck why wouldn't you you wanna go see the craziest thing we have you got like seven million people stuff together on a fucking tiny island in in comparison to the rest of the planet stuff stacked on top of each other off some amazing buildings in all these lights at times where there's all these people milling around traveling over these british you get this one hub is one high of humanity of course frozen alien check that out and i went why don't why would i look at a barn you know what i mean you savage joke they were united states the tijuana of springs august right where we doing this week alone comes out when they're fucked up and they wanna show that little better but i think aliens come here when they're high i did they did just get fucked up come on let's go let's go check out the monkeys this dude come on let's have duct a couple of them have a good time but the monkey building i never saw fucking ufo's or i want to i never have though i wanna see it lands and i wanna see one green do is get outside i think i i thought i saw some shit when i was a kid but as i got older i thought that was like a fighter jet are something that's what that was like do something the cats real sketchy memory it's one of those memories of like barely active but i remember thinking for like a day or two when i was a little kid maybe i saw you afo but i think i'll try and convince myself of it you know is board but i think it was a jet i think it was something something fast and unusual have you ever seen one of those stealth bombers that looks like a fucking you know we're seeing one of those things in this guy no yes it looks like a star wars when you go like a blue angel fucking thing of yeah they'll they'll probably know that those were like i think those are f f eighteens that's what i think is i think that's what that is i flew in one of those i had a bit about that too yeah you got that you hold onto the hand you gotta do you hook either whole you hold on you're handle if you're steering the plane when you hold on straps if pastor of the strike outs in the passenger seat so i grabbed the whole mess straps and you have to really does and you have to force blood in your brain stay awake that's how much g for she going through it's insane force blood yeah brains just stay away see that's that's one of those stealth bombers i saw one of those in the air over a i guess it's edwards air force base is that what the one of his that's his edwards the one that's out near palmdale think that's it 'cause we used a film fear factor in palmdale and we saw that they fly overhead like that look at that day tell me that doesn't look like it's from another planet when you're on the ground and you see that fly overhead you're like what the fuck is that so i think that's responsible for a bunch of the things people saw i think it's military aircraft crash question article you pulled up to fifty one sightings what type of sightings this fucking thing when it comes to what is considered as well well the thing is like you just see shit but how do you know if what do you do and you know there's the sightings okay but go back to that you look at that thing i mean come on if you're just sitting on the ground nissan i like there might be mine that does not look like it's from this world that thing is madness especially with those two guys next to god it's fucking beautiful the like what are amazing design that thing flying through looks like something on the keyboard you know it's assembling a keyboard and it's just flying perfectly juliet that looks like the future i mean that really does look like it's from another world i would imagine like little blue dues black eyes and when i was talking to each other and then i read it and i like going through fucking wormholes and shit i mean that's what that thing looks like and what's the what's the thing that they're gonna have a hundred years from now just imagine that i just wanna know what the what the logistics this is for it to become eligible eligible citing legitimate citing inside it just means someone thought you know you you don't like if you're a lawyer okay see something and then you convince yourself what you saw something extraordinary and then you have the feeling that you're looking at something from another world but if it's just some drone or some military a vehicle and then you look at it and then you convince yourself then becomes a bigger and bigger deal in your head that's the problem with people doesn't mean that everybody it see something is seeing that people are kind of full of shit for let's say you see let's say there's a one eight hundred call martian all right i see a fucking thing i call one eight hundred call marcia marcia okay whatever the fuck okay one eight hundred martian right i built the fall off suffering okay the phone will never stop bringing will never stop bringing people knocking the martians my concern is when do they considered credible what does it take for it to be credible for me for it to be credible i gotta see the mother fucker land get out my my take is usually military guys when when you have a military fighter pilots that's extrordinary human those that's a you know if you could be one of those guys of floods well beat twelve be dues to for them to trust you with a billion dollar fucking spaceship do you gotta be a a an exceptional human you there's no room for someone is full of shit you're gonna be a top flight fighter pilot you're gonna fly around down with gunfights in the sky 'cause that's what they do they've done fights in the fucking sky those guys are exceptional human beings so when they see something that's when i listen for sure everybody else i'm not that not that i wouldn't listen but i don't know you know you might be crazy but then you might be crazy even if you're in the military you might be crazy if you're a fighter pilots honored percent follow fighter pilots and all those air force pilot said do test runs whatever they they see they say that they there's other things there's a bunch of signings none of the bunch of sightings is a bunch of sightings from these really credible guys what is it about ufo's followed usa aircraft navy pilot says yeah may not see these guys are talking about these things these aren't a guys with the histories of embellishing things there's a i mean they have this whatever that is that radar what do they looking at is that infrared like what what is it that screen they're looking for the say what kind of image it as 'cause it's like a weird look it's not like photograph right it's like a weird computer image because it's it's it's detecting it right with some piece of equipment right isn't it like track on radar something like that i know what you're saying is i feel like i've heard that description of it too but this this article just says it's a video of two aerial encounters from the video doesn't look very clear why is in the clear my phone is a better job and that should not very good cameras on those cameras but they haven't good getting mean they don't have good ones but like an hour and a catch movement at that high speed up there yada yada outlets oh so requires some exceptional gear thing and it could also be that night i don't know what time of day it was so convenient so convenience they never have a clear picture that that drives me fucking crazy drives me fucking crazy because if it is real i am i love i want it to be real honestly i really do but when i look at aco god damn so many people are so crazy to before so full of shit you personally believe and soda why don't don't don't then there's other galaxies out there has to be well it definitely the galaxies other civilization civilization yeah some form somewhere other non planets there's gotta be do there is this something brian or what i'm not gonna sit here and tell you what they called or whatever but the has to be something at this point you have to believe that the universe to big just too big to discount the say no doubt it like that's so crazy sec because we haven't seen it yet it's so big okay of what he's caught in what he said that the tracking equipment radar an infrared cameras on his aircraft detected ufo's both times he was unable to capture them on his helmet camera okay so maybe you could look at it and good vision or whatever maybe i don't know where that's a good reason why i would imagine it's faster those got damn things are going must be really hard ian extremely highly focus in and out and that's interesting he says that lieutenant ryan grimes craves graves whatever a squad of you afo followed his navy strike group up and down the eastern coast of you as much dots on tanya no fucking i read something about the hudson river that all those people have liberal cross the hudson river weather on we hawkin edgewater seidel the west side of manhattan those were the people in the balcony you see all that shit so did this shit we did have issues with them when we went to the middle east lieutenant grave said how how imagine them following the war imagine if you're there were aliens and they came down to follow war so they see the war going on how crazy afghanistan come down and the checking it out just a dig on a cynical side of this they're not necessarily saying they are an alien ship they're saying it's the ufo's so it's something they're not sure of course i'm sort of awesome drone that some middle eastern company has nick and just follow shit are positive best or something short that would be the more likely explanation right terrestrial would be more likely that someone has advanced shit we know they have advanced shit i mean we know they have incredible drones i mean let's stop the dunkin do everything i had drones that green raise seals you put razor blades on initially you fucking throw when you're driving low that's how good the technology is a strong jesus christ i wouldn't be shocked if they do all kinds of things you can expand in there and they could take the drones to just come down no fucking way but razor blades on some shit when you could totally see someone having a small drone like a small thing like the size of a cheeseburger that has poisoned in it and just slamming in somebody you could i could see that this is but you're seeing when you're seeing stuff that's flying around the sky most likely is made by a person 'cause people make stuff and people know how to make stuffed it flies around this guy but then when you could just shit like defies physics some of the things he's fighter pilots see that's when you gotta wait you see these extrordinary feats of traversing distances like they can get from one place to another place so fascinated disappear there's something they all talk about they'll talk about insane speed at which these things and go they could just change angles they could just go in and take a hard right angle turn they do stuff that nothing we know how to make kundu that's where it gets to be like whoa like nothing sound like it's like oh that's like a fighter jet but like really fast you know what i'm saying is like an alien car oh it's like a car but it's way faster like you know it's it's an alien car but this is not like anything that we make these fucking things they fly this way they say flat like a like a plate hovering over the ground or but when they go fly when they gotta take off they flip up sideways and they have like the bottom of the spaceship is pointing towards were wants to go and it does something to space and time make some sort of fucking magnetic gravity connection insert big spooky words whatever they know what they don't know how the fuck does it right this thinking go like insane distances and insane small amounts of time then when they report the same kind of behavior of these women so many of these reports of like that they're talking about the thing that goes insanely fast turns on inside it was like a tic tac it looks like a saucer looks like they're trying to figure out what the fuck the shape is it's moving so goddamn fast but doing stuff that nothing we know how to make do i don't know if it's from another planet might be from here at six exciting shit i want it to be from another planet that's what i want like unbiased like but i my honest would i would i would love it just be completely honest i would love it if his aliens but it was people have even more scared because we god damned people can do that people can do that and no one knew like some if you could imagine a person who could make a spaceship that defies all of the rules the we know about travel about air travel they could make something that defies all that shit and somehow keep the whole development and production of the un a secret and then have a singing take it off and no one knows how the fuck they did it that's almost more impressive than aliens because that's what these things they're doing his so if these are these pilots are accurately breeding what's happening and they're telling the truth the thing that's remarkable stories are very consistent there's a lot of very similar stories from different people that there make a living flying superfast warships you know they see things they know what the fuck they're looking at they see something they don't know they're like what in the fuck is that when they see something like that that freaks me out that's when it gets me when some fucking kids riding his bike to school and he looks up and he sees you fo okay maybe it did happen maybe it did happen maybe the kids being honored percent honest or maybe use board maybe used board decided the makeup of crazy store and stuck with it and then after while telling it may be believed in himself that happens to people see things they don't know what they're seeing they decide that it's a different thing i've said this before but it's true story when i was in in alberta there's wolves there and i thought i saw wolf for like a whole second second there was a squirrel fucking score earl but i saw gray for movement wolf squirrel like if you're dumb or if you're compromise or if you're little drunk maybe a little tired you know maybe just saw something that looked really weird because of you know whatever weather conditions at her affecting some part of the world you living these things called ball lightning fly severe you know it's so it looks like ufo's you ever see that shit it's like a real natural phenomena somebody might see something like that and then add a bunch of other shit to it and that's where you get a lot of these stories like natural phenomenon and then people having a bunch of shit the things but then on top but that you have credible stories and you can't throw out any of them like you gotta you it's when you look at all these things you can't decide just because there's a bunch of crackpot stories about ufo's the ones by legitimate fighter pilots those are real can't look at it that way it's crazy to look at it that way because it's more likely there's something out there than there isn't something out there there's way more likely when i was a kid that happened in hudson county park i i wrote it off and pay attention i'm riding my bike up that same the fed tape and saint people with those orange protective suits yeah i like these people fucking amount of my but the one that i got high five six years ago and i thought if somebody had posted on facebook you do and i read more and more into it and i discount the until i read accounts of the twenty eight people you know in that building the liquor store there was a guy would just got dropped off a bus in new york the buses drop you off there in new york in the bus driver said there was a flashy so you know there were just so many people with a story is that you know they didn't see a fucking guy get out only three people saw people get out everybody else discounted the lights and the noise and other bullshit that why would i would have ship my fucking pants affirmative in that building sultry little martians get out or it could just be fucking cohen who knows who knows who gives a fuck yeah i just wanna tell you that that's where people can get freaked out and they can you know thinking think all kinds of things that didn't really happen happened one night i was on acid i thought it was a fucking that the f b i was out there with dog's day it was fucking the fire i had some doubts a coke down the toilet oh my god he goes i loose native and you're doing coke morning fucking ten would you start hallucinating i start hallucinate messages fucking dog is a fire hydrant you know how stupid i felt the next stupid a pretty fucking stupid i sat down i went over impacted the hydrate you fuck she fuck that's the problem with any story like all these fucking you afo stories people's memory memory not that good just not that good it's too hard to figure out what it actually look like after you thought like you see something crazy like a year ago and then he trusts crime it it's too hard to describe you barely remember it you're you're version of it is a rehash version but you keep repeating yourself you know if you saw something like savior or hiking and he saw wolf right he saw that wolf when you try to describe that that moment you saw that wolf years later look what what do you actually seeing when you're going in near memory how much do you see how accurate is worries lying about how accurate are memory is it's not that good of you you did see a wolf which is an extraordinary moment right here in the fucking for us like fucking walled off and you see a real wolf looking down on you all piled mother fucker in the woods of canada just looking at you staring at you want a trailer dotson extraordinary moment but you try to recount tinier mind ten years later when you actually see see how much do you actually see you see this blurry weird fucking miss steve version you got some words that fall into place that could describe it but how accurate is you're fucking memory it's terrible how i grew jerome it's good wasn't statistics okay like i can tell you about sites i couldn't i couldn't tell you what year someone thought i could tell you how this guy one in how he beat this many guys of the triangle and i remember things but if i actually have to remember what it actually looks like in my head i can't really pull that up i barely politically sita recognize it again you know you shouldn't be joe shelling knocking out melvin manhood and bela tor aside i watched that kale so many times a wild crazy slugfest end if i see it watching it happen in a video i remember yep this goes goes boom he keio some but if i if i had just pull that out of my brain right now it's not good you know what i'm saying like if i if i feel like closed my eyes and pretend i saw mike tyson knockout michael spinks i kinda concede blue flashes i kind of remember weird little parts of it you know i remember the final right hand me descends on fly into the ropes it was chaos which is like he's the best ever but if i had like play it back in my head it wouldn't be nearly as good as a video of it how's the memory in your life however the memories of your life you remember being three no being five mike i barely i was fucking suffering suffering because i think my dad my dad died when our history and i have memories i have to memories but look you and i don't remember what he was wearing a which shoes he was wearing but i still remember driving from the lincoln tunnel from new york new jersey and put me on my lap no seatbelt emil onto the steering wheel while and i still remember him in my mom having a discussion and take it with him that's it probably nothing else wow you know you try to go back and you remember then you start to write a little bit memory gets better when you memory gets better the problem is with my memory moas wondering how much of this is accurate you you know how much of what am i mean how much of it was i really paying attention during the moment and really being able to like if you have a bias perspective of something that's happening and then you have a memory of it how much does you're memory of the bias but how much dizzy memory in the bias perspective shape what you think happened you could actually kind of twist the past in your head if you're not careful and you start thinking about things didn't really necessarily happen the way they could be fucked over at work i had my fucking bench and all of a sudden and then you you look at it that way wow this guy work for an evil company they fucked him over or you go to be employers in some of these other people who work with the governor the guy was a fucking asshole he made life at work hell nobody wanted him around he didn't get fucked over he was so negative nobody wanna be with him and they office we gotta get rid of like you you you're looking at some point to you don't know so they actual memory of it for that guy might be then got fucked over by this evil company but the memory of these other people it's a completely different experience the memory other people is this guy was annoying to work with and they're both you know i mean who the fuck knows who's who's right but my memory is good at some places and completely bad and others like right now my memory of thirty years ago this spot i get the conversations we had really what we did a year ago like i'll sit here and go what did i do that fourth of july i have no fucking idea but i went home and i went home for three weeks i want the dinner with a friend of mine in way back i had him he's talking about tonight his own guy pro bro you know he looked me in the face and he goes joe ethic i broke my arm it's amazing how the fuck do you remember is one of the best way to my life i never laugh so hard my friend he drove his car at my friend you know people come in they driver yes heat in stopping time my friend my friend went down those alary as he got he went to take a swing at this guy and the guy put his arm up and we he broke his arm with the punch by oh the punch anyhow were cast and we torture them in my frank have threatened assuming it was just a any when i was telling this this face we read he had taken napkin now he was banging the table he's cokes i just remembered the broken fucking see he's my age because i forgot all about you know before you came in jamie and i would talking about achilles tendon and i remember the time ripping pulled a hamstring like having to go the hospital almost fifteen having the fucking doctor do something and bruised blood with a runner from my ass to the top of my leg it was fucking horrible i just rip the hamstring we were talking about a a you know like you know and then there's there's a theory that this times you go back the new or like you know if there's a fire you go into newark that fight no i'm i'm not working at one let's pretend you went back to newark and you went the syria grandpa outlive you saw corner store that were still there this is interesting and you go into that corner store maybe you've got a bag of wise potato chips maybe you get a button that you went there and got they say by tasting that bond and it takes you back and opens up all those fucking memories why eating something from the area something something it's like sometimes the song will turn us on the right right locking songs really yeah for sure that's why it's important sometimes when you watch a movie or a tv shut the habit soundtrack because we have a soundtrack you'll have a soundtrack about live i've had a couple of years ago wasn't a podcast and we're talking talking about some on jovian you like a member you have some chicken stabbing lessons about some of it like you you're even fuck mary lou smith and they ask listen bozos us you know that just brings you back just brings you back but but they say you're examples and bring it back has me my best friends were by the lake no snow in some areas when they ask most guys in most guys will hear a song there'll be by themselves w by that will your wife and your kids you know you'll hear never say goodbye the bon jovi and you're thinking the night that drunk magic seventy addicts church nobody it just comes back it covers back the haunt you for a minute so you know like shit like that we saw that with the seller that sentence in prison like whatever i don't fucking know like when i got locked up the big alba's appetite for destruction the big the big one i got locked up the big i'll just a regular people appetite for destruction of the brothers who is don't be cruel by bobby brown that he made solo when new edition so everytime i hit don't be cruel the one everytime ahead especially that fucking missed a brownstone every time i hear brownstone when it crashed the car all the bike this issue heroin today you know what i'm saying like brown that's all they would talk about so every time i hear those two albums i fucking think about being locked up and what's on never ever since guns and roses went on to that's all you hear on the radio now but the radio five minutes every day you're in november rain welcome to the jungle 'cause that's it that's that's it right every time i hear those jams i think about that stupidity that's five welcome to the jungle was mind but there's a lot of people who will say to you like oh you know i make love i used to make love to my girlfriend listen to how you know that but there's some people animals and say yeah the truth i used to get my excited listens when i was fourteen yeah music more than anything is like an imprint of the time of the of you're life when you saw it like if you go back and think about like familiar with stripes with bill murray i think i was i had a teenager williams tribes come out what year was up eighty one surface so i was fourteen years old that meant that was i was a in ninth grade i was a freshman in high school so that when i think about that movie like that was the the epic movie of all time when i was a kid was like that was i think about that time of year that that time in my life you think about who you were you know what you it brings you back to a weird place like it's it it helps it enhances the memory fucking tremendous is a great movie mo when he has such a funny movie about a line he asked the fat dude why he joined the service the guy goes i wanna lose a couple of pounds looking at yeah anyway the may amazing in this it's a fucking great movie man it was just so good at the time you know it just you you had a smile on your face through the whole movie like even among moments in the movie that weren't like a hilarious when they're setting things up you just it was so well done you just smiled all you guys looking at this as you got the guy from beverly hills cop you gotta vino from miami vice you got fucking however amos who was a blessing in my life legitimize me when i did this movie the movie was terrible but he was phenomenal comedy wise that's awesome i love what this brother went on to do but you know this is fucking great calm but look at bill murray is now this is the height of bill mary now you guys that are remember we were just talking about another great movie a couple of minutes ago then these both come up the same year did they eighty one eighty this is the ship we were going through this is why we talk about movies and music it's not that were all men a fucking being the style gic i'm telling you the truth they were making great movies at this time there was a few great movie sit down a few a few yeah i mean i mean quite few i should say this planes trains and automobiles that come out eighty three eighty to eighty four you know you got it the the the calmly lessons we were getting those years eighty seven well i think of this like just cinematic look when you did the godfather come out one seventy three seventy three so to access this seventy three the mechanics seventy three it was just too much mm just those three movies right that the godfather the mechanic mdx assist yeah and if you look at who is up and academy award the seventy three you'll fucking die you'll die go out of something they pick a winner that it's also so imagine the stark contrast between that and fifty three nineteen fifty the movies were kind of corny you know even if they were good they were kind of corny you know as you go any early not like she was king kong there watch i watched it with my kids and a wife wasn't home and they were scared they're like i don't wanna watch scary movies i go were were gonna will laugh a silly scary movie and they're like really ugly you gotta trust me this movie was from so long ago ago the what they thought it's scary you're gonna think silly analogies serious 'cause they they go okay but if we get to scare just shut it off radical definitely shut it off they were like i think seven and five at the time it will be it so fake looking in the gorilla comes out they thought it was hilarious and then because we talked about it being funny then they were just laughing hysterically and cracking all these jokes about what that thing like looked like it looked like my youngest daughter said it looked like someone's move poop around it looked like just like it was made out of poop getting soft clay it looks so dumb but you know back then that was good as it got well look at the the new godzilla the new godzillas godawful people leaving with a fucking headache yeah look at the gods or it's a comedy is oh my god you see those little japanese people look at this though have yeah this looks but it's just crazy and huge battle again these guys like yeah buddy you're not in a plane it's like so fake looking you know like these guys flying around and look how bad the gorilla looks it's so crazy but at the time was unbelievable this is amazing so if you go from this to like apocalypse now the jump in terms of like how impactful it is and how much they nailed it like this is it's a fun movie man don't get me wrong i king kong poster on my wall at my house i love the movie i love this alive movie poster from the nights and i much rather see video godzillas godzilla versus malta got mercer's the smog got villas fought the see see what japanese people were doing yeah they had the string on him they would wide shot so they would show the chinese people running and then they would just have a single shot over juliet is they look yeah the japanese japanese lookout dopey looks like hugh it's lit up that is fucking fun man that's what look he's going through they fucking electric godzilla don't give a fuck this shooting on fuck you yeah you know they can show you a behind shot of the japanese shooting godzilla 'cause there's really no got into a wall it's completely separate this is like a a real play model if you look at it he's really not sixty feet it's maybe fucking eight inches of something no this is not a model these are men in suits this is the difference between king kong and oh yeah so these are men in suits and it's really complicated and these guys how to be really strong 'cause they're carrying around this gigantic rubber suit and its heaviest fucking hot as fuck so the reason why move so fluid what the japanese did we brilliant once they had men and they put men in these monsters suitable just a fucking tub is not yeah go in a google the man who wore the godzilla phyllis sacks pretty fucking cool is not easy to do these guys had a walk around and have these fight scenes and shit in these big giant suits that wasn't animation that's a dude in there since it's not crazy and that's a that's really looked like it periods of a height wise is like the size of a person see that guy go back a bit you see that guy getting out of it that right there that's what the dude looked like it was inside of it he burn them when we start like a claim model elsom king connoisseur klay model king kong was a claymation from ray harry's and that's how i got onto the subject with them owes telling them about 'em they love that monsters inc show in harry houston is one of the characters characters there's something about harry using his in the movie i said i go did you guys know that is that is the guy who of course didn't know who this fucking talking about when i said that's the guy who was one of the original monster animators for free movies like king kong he did all that claymation stuff and back then i mean that was the state of they are you gotta think nineteen fucking thirty something like king kong is what thirty three thirty three thirty three godzilla those later those post world war to yeah see got fifty four fifty four poll she's post world war two with godzilla godzillas after we we shouldn't say we somebody from united states drop bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki when they use nuclear weapons the idea was that in all the nuclear tests they had done in the water there is no real understanding of what the fuck what's gonna happen and so the the science fiction version of that would be the all that radiation would create some super monster really yeah demand the japanese give it to they were dealing with radiation poisoning deaths on unbelievable unbelievable scale i mean hundreds of thousands of people wiped out instantly firm atomic bombs mean and so the just the sheer force of the power of those things you couldn't even imagine that there could be anything that could do that is one thing falls on airplane they could do that well what else do you know what happens if it gets in the water hoses chicken affect fish how's it gonna affect you know who knows so the the science fiction version was always awesome with like godzilla would come that's what the new ones about to write the new one is the same kind of thing like a dinosaur got zapped and now the i believe the new one was all these other dinosaurs first came back and they had the reawakened godzilla 'cause he is the only thing that confided oh god oh god superhero monster movie he's a superhero we build a superhero never come back he's a good guy in this one oh no he's not a good guy at the end of the last and everyone complains 'cause there's like this weird winky scene where like godzilla the main guy like looked at each other and i really am team bro you know the real godzillas man the real godzilla service he's not searcy that what the fuck so now the dragon mother of dragon dragon and the game of thrones that fucked up that city at the end like that's that's what a like a real that's a real horrific idea of a fire breathing lizard godzillas always adorable really go after people even the even the early superman's the first like six episodes you could see the string really check it out that's where black and white suspend violet maybe the pilot and the first three episodes they figured how you could do it you could see a stray it's a weird the godzilla stories a weird story right because it's not like godzilla goes on a killing spree just goes through tokyo just starts light never building on fire he doesn't do that he's almost like is almost like a good guy lizard in the new movie it's more accentuated then so he has to do is help help us adults are was the fucking bird montrose a moss more from the moth yeah well what's the smog months ago rydin is all about roseanne roseanne without roseanne looked like i'm trying to remember like wings and shit right in row dan have wings you gotta he has like the guy who wrote that looks like this is crazy shit oh that's right love row dan could fly down one the blue sky below and three oh three head everyone yeah but but this is new models israelis the new ones who knew what the fuck out of here with this new shit give me the blue sky right there with that yeah right there throwing a that's kind of tv show it was smarten lost that laser beams coming out of his pocket is like producer yes he did one of the bad fucking laser beams really like oh my god the three headed things that what is that called again three i forgot about that three heading door said oh jeeter a multiple out road than who's gator a right yeah just pull up a video of a godzilla versus geeder so silly but man when we were little kids this shit we shall nine saturday morning nice yeah lose your mind i used to love the show the best when you found out god's those gonna be on tv or so pumped from axel new movie oh there's a new mood either turns out that this movie is out right now it is the godzilla king of the monsters in writers in this all three of these are let me see these bitches whoa special effects today on twitter holy shit mazing raise oh my god do special effects they do today are insane so we're looking at it says king g h i v o r h h king deidra i'm like who the fuck in special effects are insane there's moss wrote wow is this supposed to be a good movie though the things with these movies is and i really hate to say this how come they can't do both how come they can't have been made amazing specials forty percent on rotten tomatoes how come they can't have amazing special effects in a fucking killer store you know how they do that that's one of the last of the great thousand nine of ten years ago yeah which almost avatar avatar was a great story with great special effects like it was guilty of it people pocahontas in space get over it okay yeah it is it's the classic story like james campbell he talks about the classic structure of these heroes journeys is a that in there it's very similar to other stores it's still great don't let that get in the way of the fact that it's great that movie that's fucking awesome that me who is awesome just a special effects and the the weight on went together and yeah the fucking in the bad military guy who's cartoonish yeah of course he was so why why let that get in the way when you're fun think of it as like when the movie like that i think of it is like it's like a lot of hyper violent tara tino movies like you know what you're signing up for you know you know it is it is not supposed to be some detailed analysis of the human psyche you know where a guy takes a strange just it's slow transformation over the course of two hours now it's a fucking bad guy this guy here's a good guy the guy can't use his legs when it'd be awesome if you could be one of those things pope how sally fucking fucking movie is great i never saw it i never wanna see the slick too much money into it too much but it could make a movie if i give you six on a million dollars it's not any idiot could make a movie about the middle joe it's james cannon james cameras the mom i love james so many amazing moves made some great movie that's like building an ego it was like fucking building a team to put a movie together which i understand but six million per hoskin nominated it but i love when they shot him they shut down the hall bakti oscars he walked in he thought he was bad to the bone he was sitting there with his new girlfriend and his ex wife directed her waka well so they're both up the same day oh he's sitting there looking at spielberg like waking adamant we got all these other white people what's happening and all of a sudden they go to announce the winner of the best movie and they showed up at robert oh once you pay huffy number is just a walk out of the amazon number big big big i imagine look sharp when she does the theaters like i think it's more expensive than the fuck in like a text which she did the staple center cheapest ticket three bills by the refrigerated thousand to just sit on the floor barbra streisand don't fuck around someone they call this 'cause she's like somebody that it's all up james cameron saw what is that that hey hey she came out and gave it a he lost that to his wife hurt locker though was that wasn't a like a culturally significant forget movie at the time of war does super well done there is no bullshit that movie like that is that is it good fucking movie hurt locker is one of those moves at the end of ego jeez speaking of a larger you see what happened in new jersey yesterday what happened ice went to new jersey to go into some jewish place and jews got together and held hands and thirty six of them got arrested i've always said those jersey jews don't fuck around the east coast jews although he earned new york brooklyn they held the hands on went up against price goodfellow young kids that don't fuck around those jurors i was telling only last night leave you know they someone like racism jersey and they do across the country just fly the jews in jersey had just where neckbrace did you know that why because then they run the lawsuit oh like i go so they get heard all this every time i go to the meadowlands they'd be eight guys at the meadowlands and my asked around what's going on you you don't know what that is down the they have somebody on the paper like and they have a court case going on that so far so they got away fucking neck brace is calling the jewish gold chains you just know that the jewish jewish go chase rate when you go get a fucking neckbrace back waterman jersey like take part in the jewish folks they're interesting in that it's a religion in a race religion both right kind of 'cause a lot like jewish jewish but he's not religious anymore at all no he went over the whole fucking but he's jewish jewish yeah it's a different animal there's a lot of jewish atheist you know like how how the fuck how could he do that how's that work they just do they identify with would that tribe is part of a tribe it's like a tribe right like a tribe in a religion in a race like three things dog when i was a kid i know jersey do attorney's name was cody his mother fucking smart wow people going dumb 'cause they call guaranteed thirty thirty thousand four and it might be will cut the dominance is gonna get already jersey thirty jesus and then you take in advance from you get hurt and you're taking a ransom coast let me get ten g's when we were being brooklyn last time we were going to 'em up peter luger's and so we drove through a these his city neighborhoods and these were the ones like ari there's orthodox jews is a big commander evil locks but it's in in new jersey new york and brooklyn particular and argue is explaining how they they don't leave this community this is where they they stay these other people they don't give a fuck about what's happening now is heartbroken like wow i just you just see this interesting being subculture the one of the more cool things about new york you get to be in that kind of that sort of like a genuine even though they're isolated they have their own neighborhood it's a genuine melting pot in that regard like you go the chinatown like a real chinatown you go chinatown new york city that's a different animal man i mean you might as well be in some parts of asia the law amazing this restaurant at so what's the name of it well where's that it's in my street so twentyfour oh yeah they got real twenty four hour gestion new york just put the fucking menu will promote when i was in new york shooting that movie the one that i was starving i got stone and that one i can't do it i called wall up what time you open till they go will open hung up the phone and i went on who who's a ten dollar cab ride aloha but i chicken dodger a heart attack coastal off at two in the morning you're gonna auto mall that sodium fucking kill me when the i'll be up to still fucking i'll be up the two days we often winter chinatown after playing pool 'cause it was like the best thing you know back in my early standup days i didn't have obligations which they're playing pool to three in the morning then go and you have a real meal like a really good i think i have a heart attack yeah there's a meal at night with the cardinals and egg rolls and steak on a stick gonna fucking yeah and i just a park fried rice along such off once they're even diet coke back then when diet coke at invented now there's always we always hear time yeah we'll have all the time i asked my mother had time people got super sablan tab went away remember like people would be bummed out i work i love tab at the top of the girls drank all those girls right yeah tab fresca frescoes moreover grows right but tablets girls drink because the paint can wasn't didn't tab of like a pig yes yes is nineteen eighty to that's when tab went away not diet coke oh wow i thought it was older than that me too yeah i still remember maybe five when they changed the recipe that was eighty five mother fuckers went nuts when they went crazy and they really they went crazy new coke like what you're on coke i would you fuck with the taste of the best soda of all time kogo the best tasting sort of all time and there's other stuff is really good at like root beer is really good it's interesting but there's a reason that shit sold a billion fucking trillion gallons over the past so tap had sacramento led the bladder cancer and rat found that out and then the popularity declined exactly one diet coke came out in nineteen eighty two oh they got set up put on you're paying a you're a yeah you're paying tinfoil 'em let me see a picture of it with a tab can look what is it pink trying remember see again memories okay like i was talking about i know that registers with me okay i know that that makes sense yeah that's a tabloid like that makes sense but that looks like the whole company yeah yeah i think coca cola discontinued tab put more fucking cancer in the diet coke what i was gonna say i can't i couldn't have a draw that like if you ask me to draw what a tab can looks like look i wouldn't be able to do is in that realm of that read but i wasn't coca cola that's what i'm talking about with memory you know memories is a weird thing it's very weird 'cause my memory with numbers is pretty good i remember a lot of important dates and times and things in statistics that you remember a lot of statistics and i remember a lot of fights like a pretty pretty much tell you what they outcome was how much do i remember seeing it how much gonna pull up and watch again how accurate is that i know a guy who's more of a sporting guy without is growing up and yes that was on a plane and they had a direct tv now and they showed the best time i was looking at i pat anyway i was watching somebody i pack but that screamers on they were showing the best ten football plays and they showed a joe montana throated dwight clark and eighty one am rather when my memories that way the sec at one eight hundred on that game to be over at san francisco get a point and a half fucking dallas and into san francisco just go give it a point in those days she's out my clock she would snowy joey was throwing snowy joey was up this throwing touchdowns up there joe montana attire all like ice who gotta see this christ although there was a cat's at some giant made with one hand i don't know what the fuck all my god they showed the best ten catches i said man i just looking at him but i saw this one catch i don't know what the things the kid they traded he just reaches up and defend the fucking polls in all my i don't know if it's odell beckham i thought it was all go back like a like a special they're doing this catches did you see francis in ghana knockout junior santos yeah there i think it was a knockout he just blush some fucking he hit him when he went down and held his head letter fight it our listeners that fight was over listen to me the fight was over the head man yeah it doesn't matter the scary thing is he just clip clip clip dumb rock dumb put him down pounded on his head and junior just couldn't even move you just lay there and take it and they stopped a quick that was a hundred percent legitimate hunters have legitimate solid between you realize that this go a little long i thought that he was a seasoned veteran and i thought that he would go at least take it into the third round and try to you know not fires power by the third round you can't keep doing this fucking haymakers i tell you this with a wrestling a little bit who is not what i anticipated was not the game plan i thought i got off stage of their starting 'cause i gotta is i walked into the green room fucking they were going and i was so fucking happy i'm like let me watch this i think junior has a shot here as i thought that he was already on the floor homeless fucking for junior had a good start where he's kicking the leg especially the the lower part of the leg you could release friday coming up but he he yeah he knocked my balance and that can really fuck you up matic really mess up you're movement and a if that was the case if we were able to mess up is moving giving the miss a little bit you know may get him so that he was having a hard time moving correctly and keep chewing on that leg then maybe there would be openings for him to to jump in with some punches the problem when they're both suddenly outside francis is bigger and the consequences are way more grave and francis clips you it's ninety nine i don't care who you are he's so confident in it to he moves forward and he's gonna throw everything full speed speed first round with him is extremely dangerous because he's just trying to take you the fuck out it tastes a guy like steep steep emile judge saw what he was doing and what he did was just ride with it just moved away from it kept his hands up when francis was coming after me used good defense and he kept moving and kept pitch picket away adam taken away i don't pick it away i'm taking his shots when they were there and then start wearing francis down taken down beat them up and then just dominated the clear cut unanimous decision for five rounds it takes a guy like that a guy like steep it has the mental fortitude stick to a game plan not panic in the firefight 'cause that's what happens with then governor you like jesus cries i'm gonna see like any second now i'm gonna see a big flash and i'm gonna be out cold any second now it's coming and you see the reaction they have to it's they fight different they fight different with him and they do with anybody else because the the consequences are so great you watch the way he knocked out alister over the consequences are so grave so everyone's scared no matter it's normal everyone's scared the fight you know there's at least there's gonna be some anxiety or fear or you're gonna you're heart rate is gonna get jack you're gonna be pumped up but it's even more so if the consequences are more grave right look if you're gonna fuck and take a skateboard down a small hill you're not freaking out right but if you take it a skateboard down like four mile can what is that for my own boulder what one of those crazy roads the goes sunshine canyon right here take a skateboard down that going fifty miles an hour you're gonna shit you're fucking pants tribal land this thing right try to figure out how not to die here the consequence there's so much graver you're gonna be more jacked and that's what happens these guys and they fight francis the consequences there so grave same they make mistakes and then with junior he reached a un overhand right just really really extended himself you can't do that with francis is everything is true across is everybody has a game plan then they get punched in the face that's mike tyson mike tyson is yeah i think it was it's a guy that you know you once you get that first point defy our we saw two fights the funniest won't lose the first one against the kids from dallas props to him he went up against like a lieutenant the kkk the guy drew blue want us face it the way they almost got into a little scuffle and the way he had no fucking love his face and smile one time he was definitely a member of the kkk and there's little black do from dallas came in at eight through the spinning back kick and not do it was all over you know you're talking first fight on the on the main card which find defeated from he's not in the injuries i didn't see that fight first fight on the card these eight no now out of dallas a really good he's still has to he's gonna grow a little bit he's gonna get knocked out once before he really makes a big jump but once he gets it the guy kept doing spinning back in the second one he was writing is back this guy just hates black people who the guy the right now that's paul craig you know talkradio great no he's probably great show i'm real what did one of the first one in what a tough face like fucking the guy from a he went in there like fucking braveheart he's a tough guy call craig's a good way to see the fuck in fact i'll see you know he was the greatest free guy waited for second one and when the foot land and he was right behind the mapping the time because i turned around him what a fucking dropping right and you could see his feet just like you know when you come you how you're feeling just one same thing it looked like he came we just went jamie's got oh jeez yes he risk by why that's the first one since around the way he signed by the back line by lobbying a man the last the last one year while the guy went out and other freeway slowing boom boom there he goes oh ball lego and he's probably right now redone fucking malcolm x is is this ocean yeah that is ferocious people wanna i did wonder why people want us been that much you know those like that i hate all that shit spinning punches why are you giving back to a killer never understood it well that's not what i'm saying i'm saying if you're not that good at it he doesn't have like a really fast we mentioned barboza okay edson barboza we'll kicks people and puts them on pluto he is spinning back kick to to the body i mean he's a his kicks his spending kicks her fucking insane but these geyser not that good like what i'm saying is like paul craig that's not a specialty is more of a grappler but i mean he can strike obviously is a good striker but i wouldn't think that he would wanna throw spin texas he's not like a tight window guy i don't if you don't get tight window for ten years why you they're kicking you'll i'm athletic yeah guy you know all those the i hate when they even that reverse punch when the guy keeps doing doing choking boston in the fucking idiot see when you're talking about like ends and barboza or no winning landed on the dan hangman kept fucking kicking his body spinning backaches just fucking it's not commit so that's really back you figure my commitment hula max holloway spinning the little fucking like you and then they got the guitar player yeah what's his name a marathon there's two did so did max hallway invented it i don't know how i just saw on is he the first person i saw that amazing now that's amazing max holloway the but he's such a fucking cool guy i love that guy when plays with that he's a champion illegal god i had like who the fuck is better than him yeah the way he draws the dust emporia eight instruments he says all love all happiness he's amazing jason tatum what's he doing which is going to know let me say he's a real karate guy jason stay them has real striking skills like what looked like he could tell even the way he's standing here like the way he's moving no no no spin but you even waste doing it like this guy's got real scale look at that campau he 'em he achieved a very high level of a skill in karate i don't know exactly what it was but from people that i know that i've done martial arts with him and train with them so that guy's a bad mother fucker like a legit bad ass greeley knows martial arts i believe it right cmu like i believe it seeming like snatch one of those movies like yeah fuck people up to the mechanic too far away yeah i know i know all the others you but hey i don't wanna fucking frank cynics aging hey it's how are you really should just say the hey let's not do that let's just write a movie that's similar and in omaha beach to it i know that even doing all mars that's really has no respect any level for charles bronson not even a full why why do you say that what do you mean if the if you watch the mechanic and study the mechanic it just wasn't a white guy shouldn't be he would very calculated there is no very calculated right everything was made to look like it wasn't an accident a very much accident it's one of the best beginning sending the only movie that starts better than mechanic it's got like a though is something that has a better opening i forget there's no fucking dialogue keira liver minutes yeah it sends setting up a guy to make it look like the fucking a heater blew up like those type of guys like i had a friend that they used to say is that the best way they kill somebody breaking the house take the fucking type the gas thing out of the stove pointed down in light of cam on the refrigerator and then leave a fifteen twenty minutes and it's like mad irene what is this jamie this is the beginning of the movie accolades on this is the beginning of a mechanic this is the beginning of the original the original a white guy when you know jan michael vincent father in the movie charles bronson kills he gets a contract killer and that's how jam michael drifter him when he killed a male looked like he heart attack one of his medical file and he saw he had a week cart and he went to meet him and then he shot at the road and he goes run run so was the guy but he's running attack jason trade them and whoever the made the movie make it look like he would just shoot among jolly amaze me joy when he takes so much offense because it's you know it's the fucking mechanic yeah it was that good of a god damn movie you know they rigged the death wish no no no you you know you can't redo death wish one of the most disturbing movies you'll ever see bruce willis yeah he should be shot no shot again okay i mean he did listen you know what that's which has been nobody remembers what and i saw when i was ten this is why i don't play that shit as one of the most disturbing rape scenes you'll ever see and jeff goldblum member they knocked in order i raped a spray painted harass ask i left that movie being eleven like fearing from my mom yeah like i left that i became tied with my mom at the bar i tried to get a sticker knife like that could happen to women like that happens to women like gosh is what they're paschall i knew i didn't know what that shit was so i watched a whatever the fuck this death wish it's a different world for women you i couldn't believe it when i watched that didn't they haven't talked about how disturbing that scene is that something that most most men never have to think about unless you're in jail most men most men don't have to think about how he goes viral women have to figure out what happened right because the arizona based on the arizona to build the building they become redneck and the red this man can happen to you goes up a little something you bags either take back up to those big city folks when charles bronson back to his house is a fucking white cannon from texas call courtesy he was an architect she gave a fucking cannon so charles bronson so let me go out and have some fun and see what happens first first some guys i held behind but give me twenty bucks you could see the panic in his face listen all matt seth stole it he stole even take it out and say fuck you know he was panic when he shot the guy in the subway seen you could see skin you remember that fucking looking looking at all this is great that's right right here look he's his own man fifty three years old fucking kill it in america giving men like you and me hope he wasn't even older men hope this fucking guy that i think you is at least fifty years old when when he was oh wow look skinny is by out while operating rather you look at it means just get better sunny with a shooting these little cute brilliant film they'll never do that again because they won't take these little fucking details he was petrified so great in hard times i think he was fifty years old by then remember when he played the boxer caddick he was fifty one i think hard yeah he was i think he was fifty one t r t back then so i'm not dude who's doing shit a steak and eggs and he was gonna formosa i forgot what what they from also that for most the caffeine a little ball down there that's where he would go like that either some shit i he lives down there i don't know what the deal where did he lives when he came dalai that's what he took the main bronson from that's freedom in hollywood really what it said was his real name he's a poet but bensky something just if they told you can't give you a chance you can't have that name three from looked around hollywood 'perfect as the bronze since you fucking believe that when you hear that you they will always like you're walking down the street and this is that when you had jamie foxx yeah he made it jamie foxx because people think he was a hot chick exact that is the only thing i've ever heard in my life jamie fox is bad multiple man brilliant man brilliant that is the fact that he figured that out of the car had checked pick a name of the lineup they see that jamie foxx you get a chance to get up there so smart you're you're right you know like if a guy sees that fox jamie with especially with an eye yeah he spells ajay i have my does yeah at rosemead just like oh he's basically regular jamie that makes you think it's abroad right off the fucking back is jamie j hey why am e it's girl is the i before the m is a girl spelling there's a lot of those weird word lead sean but there's a lot of hot sean sort of girls right what else what other ones scared they used to be like stacey like these the name dude stacey see like stacy keach they you know there's a lot of dudes like in their sixties and name guys facing this is amazing mind if i can't remember it wasn't in one of the weird guys in airplane leslie leslie the name guys leslie however that's a weird one what's his name leslie the hilarious hilarious i got a whistle areas wasn't he in crete show to what's he one of the people in groups you got killed feel like he is one of those people they got married on the beach or some shit like that yeah yeah he's a husband yeah he he a did something to some some rich guy burns to his head i forget those fucking scary horror movies like crucial fun hair horror movies don't make enough of those anymore either those were my favorite movie house scream was a bad right i medical and what you is that eighty seven i know i need seven and i said yeah yeah six mondays finance movie i think the latin that's the last one i watch but the last movie the scandal liberty fuck out of me was the first nightmare on elm street tongues coming out of the four that you know the people you don't watch walking dead you know why again i'm loyal to the fucking when i was a kid those doing that movies is the guy that wrote those george romero's romero i'm loyal to my loyalties with him i took acid and what the george romero's that one dawn of the dead when the helicopter chops the buckeyes had no clue what he doesn't even the helicopter lands and he says i'm be yeah and i think chops his head off i remember the trip that i almost had a fucking heart attack walking dead is awesome for the first few episodes they just lost they just can't keep something like that up forever it just becomes too too hard keep story going and it's just it's too weird but the best horror movie zombie horror movie of all time it's twenty eight days later that's the best one that said british movie so a it we didn't get until i way after came out in this in the theater over there most people have seen it this year they seen it on cable or dvd right was was twenty eight days later even in the theaters out here was it so the debt the debt the one after that was a big deal but as a british movie right god damn that movie is good i remember i bought a version of it on vhs on the number of european vhs was a different format is like i did have a different player or you have a player that was a universal player that could play both might have one of those just so i could get some cool documentaries and shit you would get from europe just as a reminder wanna give props to american allies returning my luggage oh after the whole weekend and they missed that fucking have thoughts away the my boxing glove so you're delivery driver you're dumb fuck they lost my movie side bag they did gonna columbus to go the short when we die and i brought me a you know my little fucking shit pads my gloves wraps you've been doing a lot lately more of it it's great right go twice a week well about a fifty six the targets the thing i take the class with everybody else knew everything else i die like what what a one boxing 'cause tuesdays and wednesdays tuesdays and thursdays boxing then when you do the class they have bar i'm fifty six light no let you know that i might have each other yeah working on a combination shit like that sadly sundays i go in there's an open matt if i'm who am i going to visit a chick that's he's got a nice scott like oh no you know she's she's a tough checked yeah yeah she trained brett the whole thing so i go down and just let her beat me up the that let me ask you this is someone who is born in another country how do you think the day should handle the immigrations here is this is the big question a lot of people know people there i mean a lot of people listening know someone who they love that's illegal whether they're legal from canada or their legal firm europe or their legal from mexico wherever the fuck there's a lot of people get over here in stay over here they're not supposed to be some term out turn out to be amazing people so how do you decide how do you decide who gets the sec someone coming over here trying to make their life better a better thing but just doing it illegally is that automatically discount them from staying here that seems crazy what if they're great has a lot of people come over here because they were super unfortunate and where they were born they they grew up in a shitty place and they wanna make it better but they didn't know how to do it so they came over to america by hooker by crook they figured out how to get here they got here now they're kicking asked why why would you wanna get rid of them as long as they're not criminals law hurting anybody why would you wanna get rid of them started starters let's do this let's let's going on right now just points the finger at a certain a realm of you're pointing the finger just south of the border yes canadian a lot of canadian which i'm not saying nothing bad about it if this is the united states of america company the fucking have a dream yeah and whatever happens sometimes a dream goes but you know when i went to new york i spent three weeks in new york i heard and i did a little thing in my mind you know i took twenty in fact i became mobile plan because i was doing you know all these rides not one person yeah not one time i guess what i ask questions asked everybody questions and the most inspiring person i met one network though i wrapped at six thirty in the morning there is no way of getting the van go home and i just called who i wasn't ridgewood brooklyn and is indian grow picked me up very cute you know six in the fucking more it's still kind of dark out you know five thirty whatever it was and this little girl that waiting ninety pounds pick me up a low we have charger in the back of you charger con is little karam als in the front you know and i said where you find but she told me india how long have you been a year and a half spoke perfect english while i go why why they becoming overdrive she became who drive because i was a waste is an indian restaurant and the guy abused me he would only pay me eight bucks in our take half my tips so me and my cousins got together we put away money and we rent a car release the car mice she drives in the daytime and i driver that night wow and i drag oh why you are just get to go out at night you think well she's like i love it because there's no traffic mm i go what do you walk with titus astor right creepy questions not fat you know i just yeah and then as i when i gave her an extra tip like now let me ask you this you be illegal and do that deliciously citizenship i don't know what the status was with a mask around in any but what do you think do you think do you could do that do you think like if you came from another you came from guatemala illegally came over here though and became a driver could you do that may we know could anybody do that or do they check you're citizenship what do you think jeremy there's yes they can do that so someone definitely come over here and start working for hoover or or another or similar i'm not doing that necessarily like through the proper ways like you connect if you have a legal friend you could use their license to be the the over thing and they don't know who's behind the car so all the time and i'm ordering food you you definitely have to have a valid driver's license right so when you get a valid driver's license if you're illegal or that's the part like as some saying so like no but that doesn't stop someone from getting behind a car if you don't have a license any day where i'm going with this morning get in trouble right now is are we on the short list because we agreed and somebody else give me illegals licenses yeah that's why i was out in there is a a thought the pop the of a memory the popped in my head about some story like that but they were gonna give a illegal aliens d a red dr i'm sort of saying like it does happen but not above the board basically 'cause you have any short could you see if they're they're trying to give illegal aliens driver's licenses 'cause i remember a story like this too is well people were super upset about it it's a weird thing ms thirteen states dental out there you go baby where do you have to move where one of those states in dc a california's the first one as a twenty thirteen colorado connecticut delaware everywhere this week why illinois maryland nevada's mexico your interest everywhere we go why doesn't necessarily have we are vermont thinking why non medical is very close business standpoint they work for cheaper and work harder than you i mean there's so many benefits as a business owner indifferent i mean the last time you saw white labor sam you go in the kitchen at any restaurant it's all you know i mean and so now you evaluate you questioning what what rights you have is of american you come here you get a job you're working hard you stay out of trouble yeah yeah mind you business you know i mean i grew up you and i grew in east coast where you go to a chinese restaurant and you'd see the the the husband and wife working and the kids would be doing homework at the back table and if you came in the daytime it was a different couple which is telling me that two couples together they buy a home and they open a business together they work together that's those groups do mhm and then from there they bring a cousin and they open the open next they know they got three houses on the block and i just had a fucking fucking immigrant family moving dna but not necessarily good or bad you know what i'm saying that that nice we all animals are neighborhoods charter member seventy years ago this is your grandparents yeah so you have to think about your grandparents how would you want them treated i'm sure you grandpa's father got a job blamed breakaway before he got his immigration papers i don't know how they did it right i think they got a pretty you get through ellis island may push down through i mean they legal situation there is a different world back then you could immigrate pretty easily like my grandparents did went rocket scientists when they came over here you know their kids their their their parents weren't geniuses you know what's going on farmers do you know what's going on in south america right now nicaragua on doors all those places pure how you how you know i can't be mad at you for wine they get the fuck out of that but there's other places on earth right now with this peo fucking how going on yeah there's come over to let's point everybody yeah let's lock all the fucking borders don't make it seem like it's just mexico that's the fucking problem you know what getting bombarded from everywhere will get new people in here everyday day from everywhere i mad at it the company had made by the wives but don't just keep point the fucking border that you know what else is coming to the mexican border that nobody's talked about jamie when you got a minute if you love to check in just a matter five me you don't make cubans again sent back to cuba on a daily basis from mexico really getting back together shot the cubans then when it comes to air travel why they're not coming from closed all that type of shit was so right now you can't come to miami easier come go from cuba mexico and just joined the walk wow and walk up but once jordan's here in america we give 'em asylum right right is attack but that's still going i think obama removed it did he really yes trump made it so can't go go applicants logan's pack mexican shelters hoping or charlotte exxon people going a that's crazy so i think the number a couple of weeks ago i think nine hundred cubans they're getting sent by weekly ticha just using your phone bill more people were making towards the border with since trump was like build that wall build that wall they think more people headed towards the border now because it's just like it's a popular thing to do it's a part of are culturally part of the conversation is the border wall right like do you want a border wall or do you not want to build that wall making a fucking a million feet high paying all right so that top of the earth or are you one of those people who thinks anybody should be able to come over here and have a better life you know and that's the those two ideas a fucking clashing left and right to some people think the people should be able to try to do better tried to better themselves w opportunity and then some people think fuck them you're going somewhere else you'll never get a chance to come over here going through proper channels which is almost impossible do something that's very valuable to us over here see that's the thing like if you're a person who has some extraordinary skill you know you could probably get american citizenship easier you unusual if you contributing distributing to the physics department at harvard and stuff like that and you're you know you were born in germany or wherever you probably get citizenship a little bit quicker and you're just a guy who lives in guatemala and wants to come to america because he thinks he could advance his life if you're thinking get better whereas where he lives there's no you can't go anywhere you're stuck the the the poverty is extreme crimes extreme and he wants none of that he wants to better so it makes it over here like listen when you talk about immigration good and bad remember me sure you know castro is seventy nine opened up this prisons and the mario you got a hundred thousand cubans and a hundred thousand fucking spoiled rotten sabotages cuban prisons where they went and closing as they have the shit hole in the middle of the floor this habit just their animals they got no problem taking in life of a piece of toilet paper but the same is true from other countries y'all get the good and bad some other country you know let's not beat around the bush before russians come here they got of course they go to school and take a twelve week course a comedy and get money right off the bat how they're gonna social security check that out jamie that's a very very weird what they get taught how to come here and scam the system whether you wanna call scabs i'm not put nobody don i have a tons of russian friends i love i'm not saying nothing bad but i've heard that's a fact i've heard from them i have a friend who's married and she told me one day that before they come they take a costa prepping on how to get money as soon as they land three days after they get when they land cashing in all the paperwork paperwork what to say they coach that's hilarious is a service of the day offer some type of class sign of vandalism works but but if you want scandal raj they'll really out of their holiday armenians come over come over get citizenship guess what they do they get social security and they move back to armenian they get the check sent back to armenia they have a system on how they do that they got a thousand loopholes now brother and if you learn those loopholes polls you became the fucking says there's nothing wrong with having a group of people they all agree on certain rules right which is of united states should be but the problem with having a group of people is you you don't get the pick who's in that group so you just deciding instead of being admitted by merit or how how good a neighbor you are nicer person you are they just whether or not you're born on the dirt which we board on this dirt of that or did you board on that dirt you can't but if you're born in this dirt even if you're a shit human being you get to hang out you get through in other people's lies while you're here as long as you don't do enough that we need to put you in a cage and then if we do we keep it for couple of years let you out you do more i mean this is we have no problem with that i don't know what the what the percentages tougher gun laws would have said is a good over his bad people coming across the border the thing is every time there's a bad when it comes across borders highlighted as an example of why we gotta keep the border closed in they have a point they all have a point absolutely when you see someone who's talking about illegal gang members there sneaking across the border and murdering people it absolutely has happened it's a hundred percent over a real things not not fiction questions how much is it happened and how much better is it so those people's wives it make it across is there a way the screen better to make sure the bad people don't come in in all these questions were legitimate you know you don't want a bunch of fucking evil vicious people from another country in your neighborhood that's how everybody feels so you don't want your children your family be endanger because someone snuck across the border and they have a long history of working for the cartel murdering people that's a real thing it's a real possibility so all the people at a vigil in all the people that are scared you know they're they're probably smart to be scared looking fucking human history people are capable of doing some awful shit no one saying i'm not i don't think there should be no no wall at all nothing stopping people from coming across definitely don't want pizza shit coming over here but on their promise how do you find out you ever noticed that maybe willful that would probably maybe were full did you notice that when you go on this homeless people on the tour fucking and boulevard lankershim boulevard on the bridges everywhere has ever come to your mind where you go this cars everywhere and between october in lifting cabin now there's traffic in every major fucking city there's a lot of whatever did i noticed that maybe it's not like cubans mexicans reporter recons of blacks the germans irish maybe that will fuck and full have you ever come to that conclusion yet i will just full right now yeah we have the tape five years off like i would accept that i would accept that i would accept a special circumstances like why are you have family here but at this point right now will fucking full yeah yeah will fall we don't have nowhere else to put any more that we we really don't look no louisiana eddie unless we packed with all the iowa and send the more you know send the mall intimate where's the highest population of mexicans in the country i would say southern california wrong really indiana chicago chicago their highest they form a ton of shit up in chicago a damning illinois wine a where's the highest population of puerto ricans the bronx you're wrong cleveland cleveland the fifties they shipped they all the deal is what what what's a tech importer recons is pointing to the cleveland ohio area to work in the fucking ford plants and all the other plants and that's all those places sat down all those people sitting there holding onto that deck when you go to certain parts of ohio there's a suburb outside of cleveland twelve fucking for the week while you know entrust but it's i don't think of it as we hate russian or german johnny that i look at it from a different but back the times maybe willful you know is the media send my daughter did the data camp costa rebuilds a week i'm not complaining it's a great day kids a science campaign make potions they learned about lightbulb electricity my point i did the same thing free all i do is walk the my park there's no funds left mm there's nothing left for these kids you know i don't know if he was over i walk into a dodger game or on the event i go i always think of the family of four in america today that both parents have to work yeah everybody has to work if you go by my office with a podcast in the middle is at twenty four hours a day may leave my office at midnight they see patterns it's picking up the kids you know carrying the mind over their shoulders and a car you know it costs a lot and throw any american family yeah there's not a lot of jobs way you see everybody's driver new if you take now who is interesting i'm doing a documentary around just going odors and talking to these people and ask them why they're over yes and then janine engineer lost his job fifty eight years old gotta work asian fellow very nice i picked the extra you offer me the plug the phone i mean you know you know you have to look at that and go wow that's a lot of people in this country without work there's a lot of fucking homeless people who were run out of money the take care when we got here is true like there's that lands and epidemic homeless we've right now where there's so many tents on the street and the fucking dynamic they're everywhere i mean is it at aachen lankershim yeah ron you're not there when there in sherman oaks yeah the streets on heidi on the pass on the passenger stuffed with a now so yeah i mean we have the failing undoing you can't walk through those under why do you know what the answer is you know what they usually do what the what they give him a hundred bucks they dima bus pass the vegas vegas is stuck with we talked about that on the pocket absolutely everything he's done recently keeps getting shit now time to get fucking some apart and put a tent city and make can be resourceful will give you more than a hundred and ten thousand empty rental units in los angeles filling those bases won't solve the housing for the homeless crisis yeah but the problem is if they these fucking things are for rent and you have these homeless people the drug addicts and probably mentally insane and you let them stay in those rental apartment they're gonna destroy rental place well let's be honest there's a hundred and ten thousand or more well it all depends on what kind of homeless person you're talking about a person who's down on his luck or you're talking about a mental illness mental dylan stralia big shutout that stuck violently when i see sixty when i see a whole lot when i see ten thousand homeless people when i i gotta assume for thousands of people were down that look at his lip they got four flat tires and it just get you know this time people go through ship periods of time it could be year yeah it could be like these fucking hikers every fucking three days of high gets lost okay yeah like this gets lost and they stroll off when they get saved they're all happy you see on my witness news happy wait till they get the bill because they get hit with a bill oh yeah everytime most within those helicopters so they their talent there if every fucking i got paid for for fucking taxpayer we'd be broke so like in colorado say if you're one of those hikers goes in snaps rankle and you're on on a rich somewhere they come and get you call somebody money you gotta pay somebody that's blocking talents funches that cost wall if you're a lot of money they hit listen if you like lady who got stuck in hawaii for a week whatever the fuck she was a month ago those helicopters core something just stuck in a white lady the lady gaga teacher the body loyal they're you know they found her right yeah they found i assume i'm just saying the story just because what happened is something like that happen seat and you get you ever get involved in the lawsuit okay in a lawsuit you i rear end joe rogan joe rogan's neck and god forbid his neck and his back hurt he can't do god's right you file a claim against me and while you're going to the doctor right all those months was a doctor usually right now yet everything's pamela dirty days net dirty is it mhm when you start getting those eleven hundred dollar bills from when they look and you need your neck when you get ten of those how you're gonna pay him 'cause you can't pay you get the settlement from the fucking attorney among a lot of times people go broke by the time they get the money the shippers sale take seven years to get that money going to the doctor threes very big insurance covers all this money insurance will tell everybody within that college this is it's more complicated what's that tell everybody what the net callers more complicated yes so all those bills added up yeah hit with a bunch ability joe you're homeless yup your home in cambodia wife whatever's homeless unless you have aronson yeah you know you're homeless and you're in and so when i look at the homeless situation when you hit me with a fifty thousand number which is the lie if you go run that way it's alive land that'd be airport and hook that fucking thing onto the four or five north look under that there's a hundred people just on the mhm so whatever number they tell you what do you think they tell you as far as like homeless population in l i dunno i know garcetti is under fire like i know the homeless yeah like the people what they gave two million dollars dollars they gave him money and heat index oh really yeah they gave us some type of money you gotta put up some shelters i i saw solid up in north hollywood studios food church on thursdays they go and take showers that you know there was a a place in maine that was a offering they were offering young couples they want a young young people young families to move up there because a it's tough to get people living some of those parts of maine so they offered incentives for a young people move up there and a lot of african folks start moving up there you know they found out that was a a good place to be and so they're like filled up a lot of their shelters up there there is a an article about that see if you could find that interesting it's like hey they'll they'll look i know it's called is fuck but will take a chance there from a war war torn part of the world they just be cold in maine and be a piece of paper bag okay pitchers that's where markets david slipped up there i asked him remember you have see fighter mind yeah yeah i ask why do you why do you like it in maine is like there's no fucking crime it's none he's like there's none because everybody's nice he's called is fuck but everybody's nice there's a comedy club up there where it was comical eyeballs on warf floated no whiz whiz kid from maine and vermont marley bob marley's this remain yeah yeah molly they know the club was that more asylumseekers arrived in portland maine from southern border city debates is a assistance portland's human resources director criticizes criticizes comments by mayor eason's trembling welcoming you're rival of more immigrants let's say they're all from africa the safest of africa but they're buying a bus tickets they go from like san antonio intact other parts in texas texas i think this is a different one this is a different thing yeah just just google it from africa did you did you have main african shelter them in this ship opt in and listen that's just one person a new migrant surgeon or this one from central africa wow interesting but you know for other people in other parts of the world the way i'll take it i get it main is it is cold is fuck for a good good stretch of the winter but you know they just stay indoors keep fucking hate on here oh l eight population ellie county homeless population jumps so from two thousand eleven it was thirty nine thousand four and fourteen in two thousand nineteen fifty eight thousand nine thirty six so jumped up a fucking tonto almost twenty thousand and that's a just over a period of eight years that's crazy that's a lot of people just a couple of dude by my house i take accounts there's a couple of dudes olivia shopping carts how we drop little food there's one dude that was like he's like a soldier with ptsd and he lives in the park he's gotta be six four to eighty big black what do you wanna do every time i see a my pillow over twenty i introduced into my wife and my daughter you see anything you start just attack attack you rent part of my daughter's going to grab a school i saw when they walk monogram is pulled right up agreements that commit daughter goes to school you see any suspicious white people you just rip apart the latest he has rambo knife rambo begging rambled i loved i loved that you could see where the ptsd and mental health he won't take showers a but he's got a heart of gold whenever you see me smiling gives me a thumbs up i never have been than they were ten years i same and that part maybe six never violent behavior he doesn't drink alcohol so i know he's not just a fucking drunk he just can't get a job just mental health no it's a mental health issue yeah it's seasoned veteran i asked him how doing what's going on hey told me this whole like the whole story is much without being embarrassed i just do every time i see him i just put money in his pan severe he's happy is a pig and shit but he's a fucking stone killer ain't gonna be there'll be no shootings at that kids school i gotta check it out three times a day they gotta get i don't think i'm getting i love i love and did that my wife waves adam we'd be bad emergency waves adam everybody's happy with the so there's no misunderstand understand this little piece of mind is there ever gonna be a time when there's no bad neighborhoods is that possible is it possible to have a place where there's no crime at all what do you think that ever really gonna be possible means definitely better now there never has been before and you could think that if if things moving in the same general direction the be less crime a hundred years now the hundred years ago but do you ever think there's gonna be a time where everywhere safe internet gives you a lot of education which cities are having a hard time they don't tell you but they don't really feel yet you know every weekend you see the murder counts in chicago grazing every weekend in america chicago these fucking country thing they'll say the dominican republic importer rico a couple of we but think about a year ago that is many shootings importer rico one weekend as they do in fucking chicago and the weekends you know look at the shit that happens and i like we don't hear everything what's happening dominican republic all these people die die i don't know what is that many bars this is that what do you think what do you think jim speculation i heard that a there's lots of deals that could made from my friend like if you had a friend that was like maybe refill many bars you're other friend would then refillable water bottles with us not actual liquor oh god and like they just kinda refill it i've seen videos online it's not accepting the dominican republic but where all inclusive resorts so that's what the video said they're just refilling bottles of colossi eight and hennessy and all sorts just like with brown water i don't know what the fuck they're even know what it's like a whole system they have this like fifteen people glow factored in the back of the shed on the beach just filling up empty bottles shit so just ripping people off i don't know if that's what's happening in the d r but that's what i've read speculation online says there's this sort of some reason this online not any off at the speculation is nowhere rides yet there's see that seems to make sense right if someone had a scam and those little mini bar bottles or kind of expensive a bad batch and just like you bad batch of the drugs they're gonna find out they got some holiday event and all or nothing yeah maybe they got some bullshit homemade booze it's poison got spread around yeah yeah but the whole thing is suspicious stick on the dunes kinky should to the hospital kinky shit yeah what kind of kings you know answering no answer oh i blow we don't know oh by you know there's probably overwhelmed imagine if we're sitting over here talking about and how many people have been calling them how many people or furious because they lost their loved one over there they don't know what the fuck is going on and then someone said that it's not necessarily really an uptick that there's not necessarily really an uptick of a death suggested there highlighting every time someone dies and the reality is people die all the time i don't know if that makes sense you know like i mean how many people have you were just looking at las angeles the come here and they visit one of having a heart attack and died it might be a lot you know we don't really know i mean how many people come over here from another country every day and wound up dying while there is not a normal thing that people do people do it mean if people are dying of heart attacks and also strokes and all sorts of the shit is that because someone's doing something to them or is it because a hundred thousand people a day come over here and one from a day dies on what those numbers arnold's widget would show people that died at number grand numbers i guess this looks like only maybe twelve to fifteen people since march march that's a lot but is it i don't know enough that it or here in california all these people are over don't know fifty or older yeah fit you right which can happen at any point in time especially if you're on vacation doing via agra drinking straight jack daniels fucking up a storm you could have a heart attack bro but all jokes aside no disrespect that can you google how many people is this an uptick are are really is it now what's the best way to say this source diaper you're yeah yeah let's see annual tourist rate tourist death rate is it any different from what we're experiencing now is it would be weird if we just found out that no this is just what happens and they're just making a big deal out of this first story with this that you know fifty five year old drunk guys die every year dominican republican in cuba importer rico and people get hammered on vacation bro you know it's like you know what i heard about the mega republican lock on it that i have no reason to go them why they sell cocaine on the beach i do not like that idea yeah at all when i heard the they sold cocaine on the beach what's the big a mexican resort where people go to spring break oh another one but oh yeah to loom no knocked a little coon kinkel tanka they sell copeland debate yeah all those tight when you sell coke on the beach i don't wanna be on that we have you know what i'm saying i just have this weird feeling about that they sell coke on the beach they do that in costa rica to somebody off me some borough no yeah yeah yeah celtics she's damn funny joke about that but walking down the street someone's trying this i see a coke coke coke we got we got coke the guy would see me heroin heroin and then he goes the fuck why do you think i want it heroin man if i could afford coke very funny one about two point seven american a americans in the dominican republic last year which publicly released is data on only about natural does such as car crashes and drones is not release information about desk by natural causes such as heart attacks or strokes even though it compiles reports on americans who die on all americans to die abroad it's a matter of statistics at a certain number of travelers we will suffer serious illnesses accidents and even death while traveling internationally the death rate in the dominican public is not any higher than the death rate in the states officials said that's what i'm talking about a foot don't when people visit other countries don't expect them to stay alive because you don't expect him stay alive here they die all the time but when you're talking about what did they say what was the hundreds of thousands how many hundred thousand people visit the dominican republic every year two point seven million visited last year americans americans visited last year oh my god really went seven million for ten people died eleven twelve people have died i guess i don't think it was a hundred thousand more last year eleven people died last year now this year lawyers for months left foot twelve people that's a lot of fucking people going over there man people die but meanwhile everybody's scared go dominican republic so it's like probably killing their business and how he was fine until we drank the mini bar come on man shore you know some some people i'm sure again for the the scary owns the lady got attacked there is a lady got attack right right or something they beat her half the death she has no idea what happened she saw guy within outfit on from the resort like go in employees outfit and he fucking clubbed her in beat the shit out her and she doesn't remember anything they he left her for dead and when they found out they thought he was dead you know brunell shit from us ten twenty is very no i really wanna go why is awesome gather all that shit go to hawaii united states we will have the nicest people in the world yeah good maui or you know my wife and i sat down and like all the place you know it's a six hour fucking like true you know after a while doing we do we got some of the best coaches in the world if you stop down by san diego mix up a little bit one of the beaches go up north of santa barbara go even up a little north you know so we gotta do that a little bit i mean barbara's beautiful senate bobbers be on vacation you know and you earn our way we take too many fucking place be on the six i'm gonna fucking miami or thought about the jersey shore i thought about doing a lot of shit like that you know what you could do to you could do a couple of day trip like go to santa barbara day yes leaving santa barbara go up past san luis obispo that's real nice joe donnelly or if you know if i fucking hate holidays do i hate holidays 'cause it's often does this look like you and me we work through everything with his mother fuckers the two weeks before christmas day shutdown in my head jingle bell a you know a week before mother's day a week yeah memorial day is fucking kill me like this memorial day killed late you gotta figure out his in new york with three weeks you know walking around also i come home and the first that comeback memorial day weekend nope buddies having a party nobody's doing shit finally monday nights on my wife i go fuck and i got tickets for the dodgers game let's go dodger game what do you do in the fourth i'm going to the beach nice i'm leaving fucking wednesday morning when did we have a barbecue over my house for for when you brought daughter was the last time those three years we're used to it so she said she's so cute man she she put me when i go what do you see now that i came close to where you were holder i came closer to say hi mike how're you it's like you know she she goes i know him a gym membership you know that's that's the door the the kids memories are horrible and i remember being a kid and going in my mom was brought there were certain people that would walk in will go before you say anything i want you know he remembers everything mm he doesn't react to you bill tommy at two in the morning i would die mom shit like that came out a gun he had someone is no mhm and my mom coach fucking christ so my mom would and that's what's crazy about kids you give you a little people you never had another room having a conversation with your wife three days later she'll tell me what that conversation was i just look at it i don't smoke in the house and she busted me once but she never said no no no this is i could tell she said she keeps masha walks out she was right there and i said i was talking to a smoke was coming out of my mouth she say i fucking hate smoke is not because it's bad put out because they're ruining the environment that's hilarious nothing about how she's like that no good people smokers no good because their environment daddy so i'm like okay what he's gonna do know i'm thinking about the wind thing i want you to hook me up remains busy let me know okay i know it's a certain guys go yeah clean what timely man is shows i don't know what time of the year the go any time okay that's all bullshit fuck yeah for hawaii hawaii any day of the year so that you don't go from like december the warriors have handled season nine that we went in june before that we went 'em last time we had guns in january or december yeah it's some it's beautiful the people were so nice man just it's like i shouldn't say this the problem you're getting mad you're gonna make more people come over there it's fucking amazing place living their lives in paradise deliver their their on an island that's created by a volcano in the middle ocean and it's fucking gorgeous says it's so pretty clear that the water we saw a lot of a lot of dolphins men mana spinner spinner dolphins i guess they home i guess that's what kind of dolphins i don't remember what kind of dolphins 'em but back in december which are whales that was awesome that's amazing man she fucking wales breach the surface of the water while band just scout their boats and look for splashes and the distance and then we saw the big schools the dolphins they swim under boat wild shit man you know 'cause they're just these crazy see mammals that or super intelligent living the water right off right off the coast mean that said it's such a paradise because what hawaii has no other place does is it's fully surrounded by the most beautiful pristine water there's no shit shit beaches on hawaii it's all gorgeous water and then scuba ge yeah well no historical okay so when you went snorkeling sharp known as kids a fucking adam you know what that scares the fuck out of me sox get the fuck out okay guy just got killed i love i love you too i am fucking point why am petrified that i dunno by you shouldn't do i grew up in a bit like i still remember my mom taking me the coney island dog being a little kid get hot dog i got both times i want the coney outside drama the first time i went the coney island courting what's the when the undertow yeah yeah where you you and you go on waste yeah i mean you were playing yeah look it up parents in two miles away very dangerous all the fucking lifeguards it'd be five maybe five maybe for my first experience in coney island second experience in coney island they'll my cousins were jumping up and down on their forget had it'd be like those hot days we ran then you know swimming around and all of a sudden we look up and that was the biggest piece of shit who is thirteen fourteen it just spinning around the beach just float and past this oh oh my mom i'm never going back that was the last time what the coney island and then i went the jersey and i went through the beach i loved it everything was hunky dory and it started here about two thousand three i went down to the beach and when we got there they got the lifeguard walk so you know do you smoke a fucking join you got spf on you the guy comes in when he goes the beach is enclosed officially but there's been a a couple of shark sightings just so if you go into the water i just want you know let me know when wavell rough this is when you come up here and you make the right turn down a you know i dunno anyway it's it's we're going down to the beach dot the four five way the sunset and you get off it see other way what can you do pango depending on that yeah that time we got right that we landed at two thousand three two thousand two the has it up we it's not closed but they've been seen a couple of spots and finally i always try to go in the ocean cuban my mother loved the beach we always went everytime i go to the beach i go what the fuck is wrong with me like buckle up i tape for steps i depend and then i walk a little bit once i start bouncing i go on a couple of strokes joe i feel great and this is one of those fucking things touch my foot you never sat mother fuck around this quick as you say i just run straight and that's it i put my spf on and go back in the water i go and just to refresh my so did you see the fucking and the great white north dakota's the jersey one bit the guy's a fish means brandon nc that unbeliev that's not normal brother i grew up in jersey there's always been sharks but not great whites like that grave wags started the first time i ever saw shark was a money talk money talk is next at amalie where they really shot jaws jaws is supposed to be happening on one of those if you look i don't know what what correctly it is when they shot jaws it's supposed to be the coaster fucking alone but if anybody knew when i was a kid i used to go the month off all the time that beach was no bueno dog you'd be on the beach in a fucking crap would walk up to you and walk various producers cheese this is a lot of guys come on that shortlist biting their belief is that what that is is that a sacramento yeah yet enters the chumming it yet other chumming wiser buddy nothing then is that definitely what's going on what is a on that wrote back there oh so ripped apart oh yeah look there salmon fillet is two thousand pound or a fish fish was the they think the sharpest two thousand pound look at this heart stop stop doing this 'cause it's hard me tell what's going on okay they dangled so what is it biting what is that yellow thing it's like oh boy is it looks like but why would it by the bully it's a fucking but when you see how if they have that piece of fish there dang in the water it seemed to me like they were trying to bring that but that would that fish it was already full laid so it's like the body the head and the tail it seemed to me like they're putting that in the water to attract sharks i bet they know spot where shall see see what i'm talking about see that's the part of the fish that you can't you know it's like he's got it opened up a fillet and they're dragging it through the water i think to try to attract them maybe salt and they're like let's see if we can get it yeah maybe right yeah florida shit nevermind gonna throw it yes we're throwing that in the water out there definitely try to bring us closer to the both chicago i don't give a fuck and they put a leg in the water looked at the size that a lot paying off the coast of new jersey that would make you scratch your head that a week later a seal attack the girl the california beach seal i saw one where seal gravity girls lay pulled her the water off a dog that was a different words this this is another one another one and they're blaming it on the chemicals only ocean hello knox's something like that that once the seals a get that in look at this girl how she got dragged them caused this listen if my brother oh my god oh my god yeah little funky why something's going on shit holy shit borough climate change is everywhere it's all over the thing that that seems like a nice wow that's crazy they got it on video to just jumps up in biter fucking life maybe to pay back the dog's well this is odd yeah i don't know how we're going on here not the big giant shark oh and then the rest of the dogs come in and help that's buddy and it's sort of stays for a second i thought maybe it had one and they're trying to get released it did it i don't believe now looking at jesus christ the really crazy fucking video but the dog a huge also another best dog i guess who else to sharks outages like that that's a fucking shark bro no though you gotta be very careful you gotta be very careful know something's going on and you have to do think the world's coming to an end not at all what do you think i'm eddie bravo the world we got whistling invicta until something happens but while i miss all these shark attacks specially on the east coast the last three weeks well here's one thing westbound east coast one thing could be lack of food right i mean they over fish the fuck away ocean people know for a fact that's that's a real problem that's a real problem overfishing giant problem they're worried the the ocean fish in some parts of the world will literally be extinct there'll be nothing left and fifty sixty a hundred years who knows if they don't clean up their act but you see the way they do it commercial and that's just throw those fucking things in and just insane wide nets just scooping up everything and then they they get all these fish and they dumped him in the hall of the boat and it's it's crazy how much fish they kill it's crazy how much would a desire for fish we all have but if sharks run out of shitty and then the seals run i should eat the shark start running out of seals and they start going after people will seals eat it's a good question i would imagine eat fish ryan's ago yeah seals up in san francisco will getting killed by sharks yeah check it out at level at such a high level that i guide was on surfboard and they couldn't imagine why the shark bedroom and then they looked into it and they said some underneath a shark just sees they see a seal yeah yeah there's a crazy video of a shark taken a seal out out on the this one right here right in front of all these people on the on the marina alcatraz alcatraz okay wash us back it up a little bit what's this bladder the shark just jack's is fucking ceo right in front of everybody they're all looking out watches boom look at all the blood and everybody's like what the fuck so oil slick blood the shark comes out of the water with the seal i mean look at that blood that is madness bright red blocked the lodge in a fucking huge shark destroying a seal in front of everybody just let you know that their world there's monsters right there by it's just they can't get out of the water i mean imagine if that was like next the woods and you know if you didn't go into the woods you'd be okay but if you did go into the woods there's a giant gracing moose thirty miles an hour the just by the legs and arms off of everything runs into the village was scared i'm going going into the woods because something's gonna kill innocent say yeah they put a a costume the villagers about a bunch of people didn't know it was like two thousand in light of what they had some they're gonna die by something yeah they scared and when some costume or some shit right giant shark but that's what it's like when you're sitting on the dock they're looking out at that shark fuck it up that seal water it's right there i mean you could just jump in i mean it is sort of like being at the edge of the woods watching some of mythical monster tear apart a creature in front of you we spoke when you win hawaii that's the first thing i said to you know look out for the sharks dog worry the vine nothing happened were fun and they got him heads down there was a lot of tiger sharks tiger sharks by people bull sharks apparently the most dangerous and then weird one because they go to freshwater they'll go like they found bull sharks way up near illinois near chicago on rivers bull shark skin freshwater modern and swim all the way up the river in fact jaws actually inspired by bull sharks that bit people over like successive couple of days in new jersey in a river new jersey that's the actual original story that inspired jaws came from shark attacks and like i wanna say like maybe the fifties or some shit like that there were near a river in new jersey freshwater river speaking of new jersey is similar sure you see these on that story dhamma and other insects only sippy river oh yeah yeah yeah so that's all i'm saying yeah yeah exactly they can go way up sticking surviving freshwater the bull sharks her a weird animal i think that monster guy that the television show river monsters that do that cool guy i think that guy a cot one somewhere remember correctly that guy they used to hang out with wild boy steve oh and chris pontius many he got into that water in the bay bay san francisco with to enter bull sharks the footage of it is fucking crazy oh my god is so insane there also uncertain which is okay jim nothing nothing simple about stephen stevens on that fucking tree in the lions jumped up and the treaty with him like what the fuck fox on his hat from took his hat off his head only watch watch watch watch like humans inches from death when you fan sent me an article for you owe about six months ago really interesting i got somewhere my tickets on twitter so rocky balboa rocket bama sylvester stallone with a young guy and he went into a gym in bay because he wanted chuck weapon news train the train but chuck weapons training dumb fuck off because sylvester stallone i'd done more so sylvester salon away out stole chuck what no book that he wrote in and that's where he took the idea of rocky it's a true trivia this i never heard that doesn't maybe it's true despite the fact is still slow mo sued by web there in two thousand three for using his story of rocky he ultimately sell front undisclosed amount of money in two thousand six according to forbes seems really good speed about wetness tail being told on big screen in an interview with deadline chuck producer mike tomlin said the storm was supportive of everyone involved reading the script and even showing up on set in lives had positive dialogue during shooting the movie about check they did a movie about chuck 'em that's weird that he used his story rockies will be idea was that he used a story when chuck weapon their farm hamad ali wwl east on nobody kind of makes sense that we based on his carl weathers was kind of like a mohammed ali character in rocky balboa channel chuck weber but i if i remember that fight correctly i mean i remember mohammed ali beating the shit out of chuck grabner i don't remember it being like a close fight like they didn't they make that fight a draw wasn't rocket wanna draw he did knock him out chuck what no no he he he beat him up they beat him up in knock them out but i think he went i think he went twelve rounds maybe it might have been fifteen rounds wiping back when they were doing fifteen matter of fact i think the i think if i remember correctly went the distance but again my boxing knowledge is not like my emma may knowledge it's like be level which is a nineteen seventy five is billed as they give the white guy a break oh my god is hilarious they should have done that in rocky knocked on the fifteenth around okay fifteen throw so that's what i'm saying it wasn't like rocky rocky the story of rocky is this guy who actually was a good fighter but shins never focused himself decides to focus himself with is preposterous opportunity five the title and ashley hurt some actually hurt some in the draw a dna of the fi it's a crazy fucking war and it turns out to be a draw that was not chocolate and their story i mean unless these part of chuck not web there's life we're tatum yeah you might have to pay it might have been might have there may be some truth function store maybe still is always don't have a sticky fingers mhm he stuffed you feeling expendable student yeah and that is to take it back in those days that's what they did right people people don't know is this couple people who do that they meet with a guy died jamie i don't give us an idea but i would back the columbus ultimately later jamie turned the tv on this story on tv jamie takes on the court and wins yeah as the notes the appointment that his agent made from the meat stallone austin long as the shell now is fully amount of the script he doesn't have the proceedings worthy made yeah so it's a it's it's tremendous scam if you do it and get away with it i listen i'm not bad mountains won't let me tell you something everytime those rockies come on i watch those fucking bangs yeah and i am more more bad for that they kind of still hold up and what's really happening about the rockies is they keep bumgarner i mean you know that right and then another one greed greed now they got michael b jordan yeah you know did you see the video of a michael b jordan going through the the tactical course fucking bad ass man i don't know what movie he's preparing for but he's preparing for some fucking crazy crazy shooting a movie i guess you know i did herron tactical i did this thing went up boy and i didn't know like a boy with john right the is telling me that after movies he does you gotta go there six months before the rogue he's going through one of these courses like john wick style yes you gotta go through six months of this says it's worth for black panther so this is when he was in that movie black panther so he's preparing for there's a bunch of guys in that movie that makes sense yeah i did shoot logan's not movie yeah here's a mercenary don't you remember michael b jordan with a killer in the us remember the handyman fights i guess yeah well there's that too but i'm sure there was some gunfights and just to be able to handle it and look and look like this look like i mean i don't know enough about shooting to know this looks good looks good to me though you know what i'm saying well if you watch like tom cruise and collateral mhm when he goes into a japanese bar on in korea town when he's using tactical shooting right like it's real practical yeah i always knew that tom cruise's ultimate professional you that's why he gets twenty eighty million the movie the whole deal but when i talked to all boy he was telling me now that all these movies now you go five six months before the movie starts and it's you know eight hours of training mhm you gotta give it up for you boy john wick oh yes fifty six six you don't five hours a day jujitsu he's doing jujitsu and he there's a bunch of scenes of him doing that say the same for who did it with henry rifle one of those henry old school western by folks pangs when those called you know those little load am up ones we'll let it rest down to reload remember when we were kids we had those yeah you bumped him the strongest yeah bb gun shot you're grandmother like eighty guys if you hated the mother fucker you start bumper that bitch like six in the morning you give a full that was the ultimate dangerous weapon it gives you a kid a fucking we had everything we had one of those numbers arish rocket yeah i had a little rocket is that what it is i call yeah they had a thing to surgical to all my god i had a the lid on the second floor and he would just peg love kids as they were walking out receipts check my guy he was in school to leaving run home from school gone is fucking on the second third floor attic lay on the floor like a mercenary and just shoot kids they could move best oh my god how funny would say he he nails in wait tables like d at school when people put their books down like a quote by the now he was just a fucking but now he's somewhere stone elevators and pennsylvania is on the floor both chris rock of this dangerous we used his marbles sigrist rocket by bagga marbles did ariss rocket oh yeah 'cause marbles they fly consistently you get used to wear the trajectory is gonna go if you have a rock who the fuck knows how much that rock ways you know those rocks everything that rock it's hard to figure out where the fuck things going but when you get good with a marble you understand like right here a kind of like a judge the ark of the marble starting nalen things you could start nalen thing when you're first marksman repeatedly every other marshall repeat it i never had one of those mark repeaters pallets bb's guard i had about eight my mother called me jamie abebe had the fucking double o seven knife knife in the seventies the eighties oldham in newark or in harlem i remember double o seven said it wouldn't handle the handler i was like i used to get a the paint the genes you know when i always liked about his third grade you know he's shaking down on the way out and the way in do you know that because they were worried about you all in second grade before my mother put me in school call shakedown take socks off wow socks how much money you went out with no no no that's a march eight oh look at it with bb's pallets and that's where you put the dodgers upon thought you had a lot of how many kids got shot by the cops whole thing not talking about on none none that's the seventies not knowing who they she came back to you first before they shot you know when did they start shooting shooting in the fucking like back then they were normal people because they would neighborhood kids they those days the cops in your neighborhood sixty percent were from that neighborhood so they stood the person they understood the kid they knew he had mental health now they'll get up something called the city and put him in san diego they don't know they area when we were growing up especially when you were stanley you grandpa newark all those cops grew up newark on the road instead fucking crazy don't worry about when you're gone over the road is you take you're gonna you don't point of that right joe put the gun that let's see what i'm saying like the cops were members of the community see i knew they knew they were going into everything cold there were going into everything i think it'd be without the worry the most cops pull people over 'cause you just fucking never know you see what happened yes the cop the black dude north carolina whether he was away wasn't fired its north carolina he was smoking a blunt cop pulled him over he fucking track the cop low grabbed him by their boats jamie you i know you saw it on the news drag them twice not once but twice the cop pulls a gun then the cop shot in the leg oh jesus and he's still got the gop often they got away wow so he's out there with a hole in his leg yeah no they finally courtroom he wasn't ambulance you know i'm a little leaguers so he's just smoking blot looking right in front of the top the city smelled marijuana so driving off is he holding onto yeah the side well so the guy tried to drive off and he hung on it looks like she hung onto the car my correct there and a wife that's um when you see is reaching for his gun looking one now looking at those bullets yeah i mean it's driving off of them and look i just don't assume that joe rogan oh shit forty he just doesn't that they've got fell over on the dirt he brought fucked himself even after the self out that book so machine holding on it's like when the car takes off like what is he doing it looks like he's holding on saturday adelaide joe i can't tell you how you ask so they usually have that panel along the side where you put your leg up obviously standing on it that's what i think is going on but he's holding onto the window to looks like he's trying to hold he's got his arm in heat out while they got his lies a he's holding onto his seat belt see out there there he's holding onto a seatbelt you know yeah no this look at look at the seat belt that is what he has in his hand that is we oh yeah that's that's what he has so he's holding the seat belt man she got his fucking gone out and shoots a guy and yet they when he when he goes to grab for his gun is that when you shoot some 'cause do does look like he at one point in time man leave me the fuck alone with his grill i'm china smoke my mother fucking blunt what is going on with this team is that like some kind of iced outgrow out i know now that when you stood out dr boom we shoot some wow but at least he shot him in the leg and not in the red zone but the whole thing seems rather crazy he's he's hanging on with justed gun by dash cam shows florida man drive across central florida throughout the deputy dragging from his car after a traffic traffic stop the man is now facing attempted murder charge okay well see dragging the car was the guy hanging on hanging on while he's trying to drive off is that the same i guess yeah but i mean i don't know if he could lose on you stop you can't go so like you can't write drive away driveway okay with and once the car starts mounier he's hanging out the door you are dragging them yeah she's hanging onto the seat belt and the dragon what's the matter you gotta fucking stick with the most advanced guys walking around with a bad play the dude who got pulled over though he's hilarious play that again his reaction he just keeps puffing on the blunt blunt a minute of it you know that's what you put them back i look at this i smelled marijuana man what do you talking about what look he's hilarious he's right out of a movie like is only sparkly they you have a grill on can you tell it looks like some kind of iced up grill my imagining that again tell joe rogan what his name is radical radical she he's got a wild night to that is hilarious the the whole thing is so funny hope the cops okay rocky money this is names rocky money i told you heard off a rocky money rudolph's dan don lit up rocky morning money rudolf julio the boot oh that's hilarious the best name i've seen in fourteen years on the job yeah that's about as good as any name rocky you money rudolf that pork i went to work yesterday with a positive attitude and he gets fucking dragged they say smoking a black mouth the cops like i know we have we have marijuana soza justice cigar he says he says it's the black and it's a very distinct smell between a block them out in marijuana well maybe if you're some goofy cop does he know now but i think it's marijuana pulling our what do you think it smells what is what is a black and miles smell like that what it's called black and mild what smell lecture on i compare that now but yes very strict the distinct smell you could tell it between us any cigar in a black remind you to pick it out see what i don't know that what if i become a cop when i smelled that would have to know what a black mount smells like they might struggle like we'd what is this month thick cigarettes tobacco smoke yeah the anything like we you know it smells great pipes i got a nice it's kinda like you know yeah isn't it interesting that like the smell of tobacco from cigarettes is kinda gross smell from a cigar not that bad smell firm a pipe a lot of people like that smell like a lot of people like like kids like the smell of pipes smells like some tobacco burning a pipe actually smells good weird like the smell of we fuck shit the type that meghan it yeah those older guys used to that's not right around that much no for his nutmeg not makes a real but what i'm saying like a like a drug when i was younger when i was in my teens if felt like people were smoking pipe at all just a deep there is a teacher my grammar schools multiplied i still remember a teacher from my high school vividly smoking a pipe i haven't seen anybody smoke with five steven crowder give me one it's right here smoked when he was on the show yeah but he gave it to you for refund brought tobacco and everything was at it it's not that it's kind of a pain yes you gotta keep it let you know it's not something that just stay lit like a joint you know you gotta kinda keep would it make you feel like it's like tobacco you know gives a little high it's a nice little buzz like cigars a thing of the best version of that cause cigar stays lip and you're getting it from the leaf to like 'cause like you tobacco 'em you're saliva rather is breaking down the tobacco obviously i'm not a scientist but you're saliva is doing something to the back over the leaf and it may leave these little kids smoking cigarettes wiped out by the pipe is looking for kids there's the one of the left have a cigarette is a cigarette yeah that's that's on price fake but i know so yeah he's in the fifties and forties these kids smoking cigarettes and low right ankle kids the smoke it's like an eleven year old shit yeah wow look at the other kid selling newspapers they were all fucking addicted the cigarettes wow hey do me a favor send me that picture i wanna try that picture prints in the studio that's like little rascals and shit yeah wow yeah save save that picture if we can buy a copy that those kids when they were growing up north bergen isn't henry olsen the family olsen that'd be like kind of like jimmy olsen yeah they're living next to a body shop by thirteen he had already been smoking my fucking eight years i swear to god he had cavities so he would just put the cigarette in the tooth capital and just leave it there oh no deal with the cigarette in the cavity his teeth degree he's on facebook might say i thought at the time they should i wave adam but that's how bad in the seventies and sixties i think the fifth these kids were fucking smoke it to them and give you a throat a vacation smoker fresh cigarette campbell shit it's a doctor a doctor's telling you give you a throat a vacation chesterfield cigarettes a justice pure as the water you drink while people were evil back then they just lied about one more doc a smoke campbell's what did say then every other cigarette of course i smoke camels i like to relax as much as anyone who accused on will tell you teach her taste teeth wrote about how he's a rod out in the first time you smoked a cigarette by fourteen fourteen and fifteen what happens is disgusting i talk about like nine i thought it was fucking horrible i got dizzy and that is tearing the cigarette out of the bathroom on five mother found out how good the next time i smoked one again was many years later 'em adam farrar i used to smoke and he gave me some of his cigarettes were were doing some sketch i don't remember exactly what it was about but i was supposed to be smoking cigarettes in a sketch of supposed to be like some annoying poet smoking a cigarette and so i kept smoking a cigarette or practice in this thing up blasted out of my mind three four cigarettes and we just smoke backed back tobacco and you don't smoke oh my god the nicotine it's like this is crazy this is what you're doing all the time oh so you get hieaux talent does affect science advances new data that may completely change your idea of cigarettes the experiences of camel smokers confirmed camels can literally reliever t e n irritability that doesn't naturally through it and it does it naturally yeah man people just got sick millions and millions of people got sick from smoking smoking just taking a big drag of chemicals mixed with tobacco and they probably mix of chemicals were back then packed dallas problem just actual tobacco these all these other really good smoke after you strenuous exercise a smoke out just strenuous exercise that's hilarious as matic cigarettes imagine you gotta asthma someone gives you a packer cools yeah this'll help you hey what what you needed campbell no filters how lucky strike hilarious how crazy this how crazy it would be if you took one of these ads like if you knew you're grandfather died of cancer and you took one of these as and fucking took it to a cigarette companies got some bad as attorneys and said you know i'm a look you guys were put in the fifties and sixties some doctors favorite's cigarette is camel cigarettes are you fucking crazy i think about think about how outrageous what we know today that is outrageous it's fucking outrage outrage of so evil like his favorite cigarette is telling you doctors and not saying like no they did not say like my accountants favorite cigarette they're not saying my my police officers flavored cigarettes they're saying doctors to let you know it's gonna be okay because they know it's not gonna be okay you know it's not okay all right i'm john you know you don't know you really don't know really don't know you went to the movies you're you're ten years old you're father gave get let go you went to the movies marlon brando smoking a cigarette in the wild one and all of a sudden you go home and you're like i mean you tell your friends that look so cool and you find smoking is bad for you and you're like no i just saw an article qualified doc this surveyed smoke campbell fucking cigarettes may look the eighty actually it's not bad for you it can literally remove irritability ability nose throat an accessory oregon's not adversely affected by smoking chesterfield's a six month study and they've said nothing we first such report ever published about an e cigarette oh so it's chesterfield's deerfield you just get them in you're okay i imagine it was one cigarettes out of nail talk ice data grow at work crazy house like where people go crazy and she used to bring in and i wasn't pro comic she used to bring me on cigarettes i would smoked cigarettes and go off the reservation oh like they were like low rent cigarettes you guys see this shit they put in that i get talent visible difference from one i smoked a camel marlboro bro i did you ever smoked sharm which sharm you don't sherman's sherman was a something they were doing where certain cigarettes to dip in formaldehyde i smoke weed mountainside what's it's out like tremendous fucking show but i was into that should that ties that shrooms moseley turns people who is zombie you take the joint you dip pad their mouths idle coded my friend mode let it dry again cars so crazy smoked type shit and it'd be it'd be ten hours up santa says that it was if it when people were doing it they would say it was embalming fluid fluid because it would make you turn into his army but it was really just pcp really they would call it embalming fluid that's what the urban dictionary and some things i'm looking i'm now calling like what what it actually was but did you look up sharm day i that's and that's what it says so it's a it's a hoax folks don't know that it's off i'm sure some idiots probably did find some formaldehyde her mom and dad would end but well after all the bad press pcp got i could imagine the people would eventually be like all right listen we gotta stop smoking pcp so they have sneaking in things not nobody had a good pcp experience and other things and i just i had fifty good once good pcp experiences but guys to be honest you oughta know is don't pcp oh they called the thc crystal t h seacrest or if that's what it was called to hate seacrest how do you know pcp because years later i found that dc critical didn't fucking exist well tennessee crystal just like the crystals off of weeks of what they tell you at that time you you ask the deal like where did you get this from around the street was used to extend through imminent in a pot with boiling water and when it comes to a head the stuff that stays heavy hajj you scraped off yeah and you put it into powder form and that is not that was the word on the street but what it really was was pc fucking animal tranquilizer a so they were just saying that so they could sell and so it could salad and then when you go into the new york city in the eighties when you went to the weeds spots yeah they sold two types of weed but they also called the thing so the thing called trays trace trace such a three dollar back oh so when you pay they would sell you and a a ten dollar bag of sense to me you got five joins us onto then they would have like a special twenty dollars the buddha tie and you'll get three joints two and a half joins tied joints and then so the trade you get a tight joining his white powder the look like a line of coke when you label so what you did was you roll you joining you took that white line sprinkled in the joint you smoked at by by irene by by i rain and they always gave it a weird name like jim jones of the time they drunk you know what i'm saying after kills people so they would give it a weird weird names jim jones how crazy is that show aside they would give it all these weird names jim jones named the town jonestown that's you know that's when the cops moving when you name it down after yourself what do you do and i'm just run in vernon ville and not letting diana yeah i may people sell everything moves that that's normal fuck and it's been a guy in a bunch of times a steve annella you know is that yeah he's been on my podcast the show mediator yeah he's a recorded a bunch of episodes in diana living with the people living the jungle fascinating shit fascinating listening watching all those people living he's interacting with them and hanging out with them both fishing with them and shit just wild man they sound pictographs on a rock that's on a river they have no idea who made him knowing how old they are just sitting there it's probably thousand years old don't know what they mean some people from an ancient time ago and diana wrote the shit on a rock and you could still see it today i wanna see what that fucking place looks like jim jones had no they just did a wonder what they do with it whatsoever but no it's just i don't go there i just grew up over i went back and they reach dug up deal stage landing strip to right yeah that's we shot the odds are i still remember being a little kid and then showing a the guy getting shot a federal agent a camera falling the governor the senator they showed they always show the shop the cameras going down that the reporters about the get on the plane and then the truck pulled up guys just opened fire on a guy foul with the camera oh wow the ladies still alive the senator the woman she shot she got a woman got shot the congressmen whoever the congress and the love of god he died but her system and somebody off and they just got interview it was you anniversary or some shit hate all that shit i can see the people who took bound that he just tells a dangerous very dangerous just one one person wants to be the only one talk and tell you what to do and make the rules and be special when you get that one person the gathers a group of people and has all those people listen dan without question and tries to say he has the answers for whatever reason that's appealing to people it's very weird but people fall into that trap over and over and over again we have a strong confident man who is telling you what you know and then you see them giving into the power and for whatever reason it makes it even more attractive to a certain segment of the population when you see someone reveling in the power of being a cult leader like a i guarantee you when that guy in waco what the fuck was his name correct correct david trash i guarantee you when when he was on the news and talking about how they'll never give up like it girls were probably beaten down his door trying again in that called the crazier and then nuttier and the the more more apocalyptic you're methods the more people that wanna join weird and they they they just they just don't have the ability to discern oh this is not a good idea this guy really doesn't have his head on straight this guy might be fucking completely crazy they've always realize those things the fuck fest anyway oh and other ten guys slinging vicki's he's got arrested that we echo rush crush claimed everybody's wife yeah yeah yeah yeah the friend i had a friend who grew up in a cult and the stories oh yeah horrific i know the front nobody talking about yeah horrific you know so you look at the shit and you're like i don't fucking dangerous any anytime someone is running any kind of thing where they got a separate you from everybody else come to us when it gets you if one of those people never goes well it fuck it never goes well it never goes well they want control they want control control you and the best way to do those get you away from all this other pesky people with all their questions they don't know but we know we know what's really going on we know what this is really all about next you know you're in a cult how many culture going on right now though we don't know about is like a gang of under just like bubbling under the surface that when they found out about last year at the sex new york met or something like that that's real that's all mother fuckers in jail over that one yeah the neck someone is a weird one right because i had my jet actors and actors and actresses which w sex cult right there all sex cult they should stop saying sex cult right no call no sex cult it just looked like buddhist like they go okay you wherever you go just thinks about that a guy tells you he's god bless you my own pocket wife like crazy raising her windmills side as you come back the next day smelling like talking god knows what else you have still respect the guy calling god yeah they yeah they such a sick sick fucking mind it's sick that you have to be such a week stake as a human being really buy into that you can't call them you know you can't just fucked up we had state maybe they had a void now live somewhere ram this is the way by throwing it in i just i don't see it i could never joined a cult fog but there's a bunch of different things going on with the leader you gotta give me money mhm you gotta do you gotta sell you seattle people that went the johnstown had so that home that and give them money did you see wild wild country wild wild country no telling what is it's a netflix documentary about the pacific northwest call tall rodney josh guy they eventually went onto he found this this crazy called they went on the by this town up there i heard about it's fucking amazing i listen we liver somewhat stupidity why rochon one sit there and watch on tv it's really good though the documentaries incredible it's so well done and the sheila lady who's running things she's poisoning people shit it's crazy they they poison bureau she did all kinds of crazy stuff is the it's while the ship homeless people into votes they could take over the town they just brought homeless people in from everywhere is picked him up come in the homeless people like hey we found a home and some of like really into like all right with down you get the fuck out of here kicked keep devout as they took over the home everyone in the town outlived their before them's fucking hated them they they they had their own police force armed guards i mean guys arm to the deck okay just carrying machine guns shit out of focus at two o'clock 'cause we that's what always happens with this fucking i thought it was like one o'clock now welfare joey we have fun i'm this is crazy i'm doing you've heard i've known you for twenty three years man maybe more twenty two when did you hear what year ninety seven ninety seven yeah yeah twenty years so long time jury as you go to the store and see what we're walking around the around how long been there for every time i go down there i gotta fucking anxiety attack really yeah getting ociety i can't believe instill that still so fun i gotta i gotta move sometimes i just sit back on the ice cube machine and look go lucky in my fucking play got a book i know you do i got around this bitch bogey had the fucking great all right oh man both a loving rather you love it too happy fourth of july there charlotte next week you dirty bitches i'm excited thank you everybody came 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